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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t lip r i J f JIt p HJ 11 Y 1 1 i y- S J Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO Tilt INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OP 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year aL XX I HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY1RIDAY NOVEMBER 19 1909 No18 Ir 1ItIALS RETURN To WASHINGTON X After Vacation Govern went Force at Work oi1ts Aboutz6oming Message of President to Ctin gress Washtngton D CNoy 13Atto- d r protracted absence during a long i nummervacatioa the personnel of the Governsneat with the exception o- y the Laglalative Branch is back In Washington An extension and post ttve legislative and admtntstratlve program le in prospect ThdPreslden luring his journey of Soveml weeks overing Aoerly every state made nu nemus speeches ahd was not reticent as to lntg lntontlons The mere fact that he to the executor of the Roose- Telt Policies a fact which he has gala and again emphasized is sutt- oient j to indicate that there will be something doing at the Capitol dur- Ing Ute coming winter perhAps the most Impoutant project JIItbough the least sensational will ban effort to remedy the Laws delays In tile Federal Courts and to tnve a plan for securing prompt and eccuo- Taal Justice In the Federal Courts ther- by setting an example to the Stet pourts- a It Is a fact acknowledged by aU ex cept snide lawyers that the adman i lltratlonof juat1ce to thla country 18 more dilatory and slovenly than in 4any civilized country with the ez tcopUon of Russia it Indeed Russl- L 4 MIll be called clvlUzed Its cxpocted that me president will reccontmendleglslaton surpres sing the boycott Also a bill modify tag the injunction processes There will be n Ireccommendlltion to Congress lmposing limitations tipott the transfer of wcter power flee to Individuals uml corporatlozs and fixing rentals and rates to be charged Ho will altO reccoaumend reforms in the mineral land taws to the effect that eon Iron and other mlneml shall be treated under the royalty stotem bringing the Government a perpetual revenueThe queslton of ship subsidles will lie urged upon Cnogreas with the ob joct ot developing ur Merchant Marine with of course tho ulterior object ot turnlghing large number ott- OOSCQSoned Arnerlcans to man tbe Mndted States war ships In time of wet The adoption of an Income tax Amendment to tine Constttutloa will be favored this tax to be resorted to only in time ot national stress I1o creation of a Central Bank oft seta will lie recommended the ob Ject of which will be to guard agalrtt- i t r currency ntringercy Nee President will also urge that the Interstate Commerce Coanmisrdon- F hall have Increased powers In the- rygulatdon of the issue of railroad Be- cur1tesj on a sound basla Also to ll1S1lty freight to Initiate comptalntse- C d1o n rates to compel onnecttng rallrcts to form con UnoUs routes and jto eUablislr fixod rates atnougeen centres- it reaybe l fnhn nents his s9eeetiesthat he wilt recomt arend1ke7 roeMWoaof holding stock In csp UtlgtBnroad andr probably DOW court otAPIea to liens haws atr del up e Jeofslons ot the Iateratsto Ccrmmefce Coinm1 lon In fixing rite IItwill be aeon ala glance thatthis heavy nd very Jmportsnt program and tJt Is doubtless suftlclent to keep C ng1ee busy for the remainder of Mr Tafts JlstmtJon tIPree4dents oUlclal family as Ms 1i11ed Is back In Wash r t tbhW la the propanttton- o tte ports for Congrose It is t9 be understood at there will boa rigid cuttdng down of expenses Thepomastsi general baa announc ed hIs Intention to tasks the Post c 17 Office as ras posetble noneJlpenI- IIveto the Government Ie however cannot do tile without lagislntfor The Poatt OfNgoIa the greatest ootu- sron carrier ai the world but in the Untied Statesohs cretin of carrying- profitsriI Is by Ute oxpret 1 companies leaving the Poet office J department only eke i 1iimmed milk jAr d The Post Office department should bo Jn thfscountry as it is In outer countdeeasource of profit to the Government There are thoumnds of Iolty carriers and runT carriers who United States had a pl1rcels post taw like other civilized and even semlclv11lzed countries could be used without additional expense to deliver small packages uvd thus be of incalculable service to the people and pay through th Pots Office a- rvenuo to the Government The Secretary of the Navy has a program of economy which It is hope Is not merely mls9ionnry but he will oertalir1r bavi oppoaltibn from Soon tore Hale of Maine and McHenry of Louisiana and other In his efforts to Wipe out utterly useloss and expen slvo Navy Yards in ports that the ships of the United fates Navy cant apt enter and which have been use 1019 since the dJscontInuance of slim loW dealt wooden war vosscls RALPH- bUsaw Norio and Gertrude raylor fatted MIss ma Patton Adaburg Sat urday night Mr Allen Brown has bought Mr T Taylor farts Mr and Mrs C W Mosoley and lLttle dAughter willie visited Mr and Mrs J J Keown Sunday Mr Leslie Oreer Pleasant waS at home Saturday and SumIDYIMoat all the young the musical entertainment at Mr Job MrsmCambrons Saturday night I Nancy Coyly a et a week Kytlreed I of a we Mr and Mrs Pet Ralph le the guest tit Mr and Mrs JF Taylor Dr O W EdgertUitl Miss Pearl Howar8Whlte 11ww re the guests of Ronda Wade Sunday afternoon aMr Robert Taylor was hi Rosine sa urday and Sunday Mrnnd Mrs Dodo Taylor we gdeEts of Mr and Mrs Ronde Taylor 1Vhltesvlilo Saturday nndsundiy THEY FAILED TO- A6REE ON PRIDE Ohio County Finance CommittEe Confers With Imperial People The Ohio Comity FInance Committee of the American Society of Equity have had with them this week btersts E S Carleton of Richmond Va presidett of the ImperialI4th- acco Company EdwIn Hodge pa duoah and Daniel Clark of Owens boro managers of the Imperial Tobac 0 Company Of Kentucky Those men have been hero for the purpose of looking over this years crop wth a view of purchasing same They spent netime In vIewing the samples and dlscuf1lng the plans and prices with the InancoCommlttce bit as yot no sale has boon eftoold As to whet t or y have made nil otter for this years crap we are not I1dv1sed It ly- mme dlsoppotrtrment the Flinance Committee and the tobacco growers generally thlllt a ialow nOt nude at this time as Jt Is now os late or bOOr than the date of sale last year It Is surmIsed by some th1t More is some dltferenc between tiro represatn fives of the tmperlal Tobacco company and FInance Comllltee with refer once to prIce the Imperdal Tpbacco Company desirIng to purchase thIs crop at lUt years price or even- Ibss As to whetilcr title is true or not we are not advised A Bad Solldifier If the Tariff had anything whatever to do With the result of the elect ion In Massachusetts it i8 surprising Indeed that the large Republican tna- iority Ql aTyear ago was cut down to such small proportions Tariff re proItectlOn lican mrtnlneee for OOvelnnr and Lieu tentllltGoyb1rely scraped thrWoe this the result of party allid- Iflcatton lrough retrm of the Par un Rather lJtI1I likely that lnconsist eat Protectionism and the Itch for Tariff reform bad in thLi case as It always has bad and llVIlY8 will a d1sIntctllVdng and not a sulldifyicg tendency h r OurSubscribers Wi1PTake Notice Tho proprietors of this paper desire place tt upon a cash basis byUla flrlJt of Jamnary 1910 We have lOOn carrying many subscribers for years without any pay whatover for their subscriptions No other business enterprise would do this and Jt snot right that we should longer continue thls policy It has grownto be a custom ot country news papers to conttnno sending tho publication to subscribers until Jt Is ordered stopped or amount delinquent Is prod and subscribers to thIs clam of papers have grown to expect thls nd of treatment Formerly It did not cost no much to publleb Q countrynewspaper but now wIth the increase In wages and cost of paper anti all the materials whIch enter Into the make up of a modern newspaper ithe loss to the publication of only a limited number of delinquent aubscnfptionstakes away all the profit- which should be earned by those who nnttko the investment and furnish the hard work necessary to sustain a country newspaper Besides the poetoffico regulations now prohibtt sending of this class of mall to parsons who are as much on one yrar In arrears Wo do not expect to make this change without giving through noUco to our renders and three of our subscribers who receive the paper through the postotfice at Hartford and Hartford R F D No 1 can learnn by the label on their papers and if shown In arrears will take notice that after next week unless renewed by the payment ot arrears and one year In advance they will be- dlecontlnued TUrn HARTFORD REPUBLPCAlr GOAL MINERS BURIED ALIVE Illinois Town Scene of Aw ful Calamity Four Hundred Men Smothered as Result of Explosion and Fire Spring Valley Ill Not 12Sov- I eral hundred mIners are deadroast- ed alive three hundred feet under the earth as the result of tire In the second vein ot the coal mIne lit hererelottttirnfternoonTwentyfour escaped and are able to relate the ter rIble scenein the mite TonIght 12 volunteers were lowered In the eago In the hope of rescuing victims They were brought hack to- the surfrce ronsted to death The mine Is now senled up to stop the tire below whIch Is raging This morning 4H miners went down to work and only 24 were saved Cherry has n population of 3000 mostly foreigners The mite Is the property of the Chicago Milwaukee and St Paul railroad The exact number entombed Is unknown It le estimated lit 460 a Th survivors raid that nil the then were workIng but three title uf ternoon A terrible report came from the mite and almost Instantly the mine was filled wIth flames A wild rush for the shaft was madai When the cage went down aU fought to get In Ike Lewis of Ladd 111 was the first man who entered the cage In nn attempt at rescue When the case was pulled upall the rescuers were found dead They were burned al most beyond Tecognltlon Soon the news spread and the mouth of the mine was crowded with wives mothers and children The superintendent ot the mine organized the miners at other shorts to prc serve order At 10 oclock tonight It was stated positively nt Cherry that there Is nil hope for the 400 or more entombed Persons tamlllar with the topography ot the mine say the flames have un doubtedly burned the framework and that many of the Inner workIngs have probably caved In on the victims General Manager Taylor and Superintendent Steel sent a message to the afilwaukee railroad officials to night requetting provisions and cloth lug for those left unprovided UJrough the loss uf bread winners in the mines Relief trains are rushing to the scene Federal Court United States Court will convane at- Owensboro next Monday tilurnlng and quite a large number of Ohio County people will be in attendance either O attorneys or wLtnsse Jn the ease of A D Baird Vs Ohio County I his suit wtU probably bo datthis fin of count and Isot great tntorest to Ohio County people Dr Baird Is rep1lSQ by attorneys Ltle nut Slack and w TEllla while Ohio County fepreiei by Hetvrin Woodward aII1d1Jaaiirtl f I 0 TELEGRAMDAZEDIONNTION 9mpers Mitchel and Mor rison Denied stay Delegates at federation Meeting Want to Charter Train For Washington Toronto OntIoto tonday afternoon IreFldent Gompers read before the convention of the American cder atlon of Labor a Washington telegrat- anmunceing t that the stay asked In the cases of Compare Mitchell and Morrison In contempt prneeedings had been denied Tho oonvulltJon aft dazed Have the resources of the law yore been exlmmedZ asked a del gate 10m unable to roy replied Mr Campers A joint massage was sent asking how soon the thrcO rnunt report to WashJii ton to nvoid forfeiting 12 000 hall It is said that they wanet1 to remain urrJl the Saturday ad Journme1t of tho oonvonwon Jr possible Mr Campers said If necessar- yto three would leave and the 011- 1ventlon must procesxl In an orderly manner without thom Well chImer n train Illld till hO along shouted a delegate If the leaders are obliged to loovo t is- itosJble the convnton may adjourn to meet Immediately In Wnsldngton HERBERT Nov 16Mr D A Miller moved to MusonvlUe last week where he wU make his homo with his daughter Mai J L Graham Mefflls Frank Stowart and Frank Chnmcbrs Misses Myrtle Burdctt and SallIe Ford attended the protracted meeting at Dlackford yesterday Mr Lorenzo Marlow ands family and Mrs Nonnie Boyd of Fordsvtllerpent Sunday at Mr Wm Fords Mr and Mrs Robert Miller spent Saturday and Sunday In Fordsvlllo the guests of Mr and Mrs J P Gilmore Miss Mary Chambers who has been the guest of relatives at Blackford the past week has roturnd Mme Mrs George T DurJc of Owensboro will arivo tomorrow to spend the week with her cousIn MrS Emma Phillips Miller Messrs Charlie Taylor of Wddtes- viilo and Lecdie Helm Pellvllle wore hero Sunday otlrnoon Mr Leonard Taylor will spend thlll week at Mr Homer Milligans of Heflin where he goes to hunt A party was given Dot Mr Smliers SaturdaynlghtMr wiiohas bone seriously 111 for some dime Is Lm provIng slowly Mr John Casey of Denver Colo was burled at thQ cemetery here last wekliMr Sam Haynes of Doanfiold anti Emmet Haynes ot Thurston were hers lad week Evoriitt Haynes of Enser visited rolatlveR here week Ho Ian ws tie 2IthtOrlorldll Mr Walter Harbout who has been 1- I seriously ill of typhoid fever sea SyntJ1Jo Is coming home Sunday Mr and Mrs Johnnie Harden Hayu es and family spent Thursday a- Lyonla Mr J W Ford and daughter Sal Ho visited the family cf W A LloYd above Fordsville last week Mrs Ellen Ford goes to Owenshor thIs afternoon to see her brother Mr John head who leaves for Florida for tuberculosIs of the throat RENDER E 31 Lamastus was In Beaver Dam last Wednesday James Eaden had Ute small toe of his right foot broken last Wednooday- III the mines by II piece of slate fall lug on it- Fount Miller of Central City was hero last Thursday Mrs Martha Fulkerson went to lIar ford Friday- S A Dratcher of Hartrod nnd MelvIn Lllse of Taylor Mines were hero Friday Will lIardln went to Deanfleld Saturday Gus DeUel of Taylor Mines where as Saturday Mrs Belle Parsons and Mrs C 1 Carson spent the day In Owonsboro Sunday Will Ezell spent the day In Rosne SundayWalter Willis of Caneyvllle and Delmer Stewart of Hartford were here Sunday G D Roll went to Beaver Dan yesterday Pomp Smith of Taylor Mines wa her Monday H H Garret who has been on the sick list died Saturday nght niid was burled yesterday at West Provi dente Jolla Miles of Vine Grove nnd Frank SUllenger of Hartford were her the first of the week Sam Jennings Is blrdhunUng In Butler county at thIs writing NAtIONAL UNION A S OF E CONVENES President Drayton Will Proba bly be ReElect- ed The ntlrnl Union of the Am erlOli1l Society of Equity mot In In dlanapolls and last Tuesday with President C O Drayton preslding Tb- nttotdance Is good from nil over the- countryutd pmsptcts fr a hnrmlJnloul- l1eoU1g are excellent It Js thought that President Drnyton will bu ro elected ns well as Secretary S D Kurtp Kentucky ill well represented- at the meeting and Ohio County has us roprenatives S J Weller and County Prosident S I Stevens The quctton of amount of dues to be ns seised In the future will likely ho one ot the most important questions which will come before the body for consideration ns will also be the qucs Uon of esabllslirnent of warehouses In the varIous states for the handling of certain crops TheN Is now no division In the ranks the Everitit- fa Lion havIng entirely dlssllJ1penre- da n factor and it is not likely that they will attempt holltJny National Union thIs year It js hoped that tho busines of the meeting will be concluded In C1 satisfactory and orderly manner and thAt much good wlll be accomplIshed for the members of the oroerat large Doings of the Fiscal Court The Ohio County Fiscal Court met last week pursuant to adjournment and ranulcted quite a large amount of business Tho election of poor housoo keeper County physician and rood CommIt loner was deforted until January term of the new Court An order was made appointing C 1J Smithy John D Wllsun and S A Dratcberoomm1t ee to let oatetract for building a milo of pike on the Contortown road below town The Count went on rooord In favor of building a anUocf pike from the city limMa of FG1dsvU1e on the Hart ford and Fordsvdllo road as soon tw tiro city of FordsvJl1e shall PIke from the depaton its train tTeolto the cty limits on the Hartford road and Ute same order wvas made for thobencflt of Centertown with a proposttlon to build n mile ot pIke on Centerttawn- and Uartlord road WOULD REMOVE CONVICT STRIPES Judge ORear Makes Signif icant Reference Slavery of Prison Should be Abol ished and Men Paid for Services Frankfort Ky Nov HJust so cure as man remaIns then temper mace will be extended was Oho state ment of JUligo ORear of the Court of Appeals as ho made a speech today to the members ot the Y II C A lu this city Judge ORear mid the supporters of liquor should not fool thmoselve Into thinking the temperance issue le dead for he sold the wave for temperance Is growing not only itt the South but everywhere Ho quoted lots of statistics 40 support hlsposition One of the strong est punts made In Judge OUear2J speech was his statement that every feature of the life of the convict that smacked uf slavery must be abolished and that the convict instead ot being II slave for the State tJlOuld be regarded ns a subject for Its corree tlon He said that convicts should be paid for their work and tide mooor should be given to their Pnmllloa for their support While society demanded that the crIminals be guarded and intprisooed yet ho saId they shoulll Ito treated ItS men Tho strIpes me being removed from the clothing ot convicts said Judge ORoor mid the people will inslat that they will n1lt to InrttmthfttIDIt vlcttI back wIth a larh- No reference waet made to the prta on squabble In Kentucky hilt bas words are lull of slgtaifieaat marring BEAVER DAM Nov 17 The Oylter supper gh11- b the Ladies Mittican Sncicy ofitlttt 31 E Churult South Ftddsy evenlrg- wits a succe s- Mr John II Uarutl welll to LouM- ville Vetlneselay- Mr Angus Frankfort it In town thIs week tunIng pianos and organs Mr Jamey lhulll and Ira AIH9 Fisher were married u the brld + home l tyt Thursday evening Dr Graham represetetingtile Clnrtat Ian Orphans hunts Louisville preached Sunday morning and evening Misses Claro 1od Bonnie Render and Orphn Stevens Jiessrs Homer Shro burr Noble Render and Charlie Williams v1ndcd dedication uf Baileys Chapel UIslne last Sunday Mrs Joe E Williams will onWltnlll the Flinch Club Friday asening Mr George Do1rrass Sr and Mr Byron Barnes vinJted Mrs Leslie Leach Central City and Mrs Dan Kelley Greenvlllo last Saturday ant Sunday The West Kentucky Saminary high School pupils will give a nlny entitled The New Woman at school hall Tuesday evening Nov 23 The State Epwolljl League As- saclatfon will convene nt the 31- E Church Nov 26 27 and 28 MIss Blanche Russol is visiting Mies- Graee Dugg Williams CERALVO Nov 17Rev W D Cox the Baptltt Evangelist from Hendersuu has been holding a senitnt ot meetings here fot the lastten days and has has been doing some very ale preaeln lag Miss Mattel biller and Miss Corn Smith Clenton are tore this week assisting all organist In the meeting Miss BIrdie onditt entertown visited relatives here last week Notice The committee designated by the dart County Union of the AmerIcan So ciety of Equity to draft suitable school laws to bo submitted to the next Legislature of Kentucky loos been called to meet at the office of J lot Porter In Beaver Dam Saturday Nov I 20th nt 10 oclock a nt The committee Is cOmposed of EP Salt dortur W E Porter Henry Leach Henry plrtlo and J M Shultz tiT r l r7tjr tort J TOWNTHATLYNGHEOAWOMAN Lies in the Far West of California She had Murdered a Good Natw ed Australian WhoseFriends- Resented its In Sierra County Cnlttornla Is the market town of Downlev11le lu modern times the center of II rIch min leg camp rude and protperoue But Downlevllle bears the undque and un savory reputation of having lynched a woman There is no other authon- tll case like Jt In Woetern history The chivalry of the ptoneors might Live been selective It was as a rule even and scrupulous but In this case It was lost In the savagery and barbarism which actuates a mob The victim was a Mexfran woman by name Juanita twentytour YQr8 old She was pretty and had the dark skin utul hair of her race It Is saId that tier character was not of the best and she was living in the house of a Monte dealer whose name has not come down to us and who stepped buck and let the mob take Its course without llroteIOn the evening ot the Fourth of Ju ly 1851 there was a great celohrll- tlon In Duwttteville John D Wol ter candIdate for Congress had made n speech from II platform raised In the center of the town close to the hotel Hirers had come In front the camps and diggings for mites up and down the muddy lenth of the Uba and the hilarity was great Among others who became exceedingly mer ry was Joe Cannon an Australian who together with two companions ranged through the town drunk and jovial Cannon was one of the most popu lar men In the district lie lit described his having been a cheerful easygoing giant over six feet In height weighing 240 1I0Ulldll In their riotous course through the CUIIIII the men arrived at the cabin of Jurllll ta and the monte dealer Friends of the woman declared thigh Cannon with brutal language had attempted to break down rho door of the cabin Ills trionde ferslmetl that all he hud done wns to strike the dour In a spirit of tipsy revelry and so powerful was the blow of the glllllt that ho huM It rout its frail hinges After this the men dtllllrtud The next uwrndng whoa Cautiun had recovered hlr senses he uas told uf the dstn- it e be li duou lie at once declared bar lutoblJun of Iulllg tu the mOI1 te healers eahln a11d ptiyhlg fur the broke date It was said by the ltexicat that whether or alit lilt wend tu the call In for the llUlJlOM uC ptyIng he- renewed hll IllDlllllie of the prevtoue- niglit and that uunla erotleltd in the corner bad 1lItetlOd to tl t11 pared Canner went to tile 1u rway where the broken door hung louse amid lUindlol with a hand on li lU port looked Into the cabin udtka- ly from the turner where the I I uaaka ruse and rtwhed upeu hIm Uefoce lie could move Rite had driven IL mite hilt dkep Into his Cutt Ill foreo of the plow far one flu twnuli and fragile was I1l11llzlnJ It wts given All Chnrlotto Cutdny IIMd struck heN that onded tho lIfe of 1larat- lliour through time lrllclo into the IlIng Carillon fell where he Mood trlck Ill tu death lilt lived sit hour 1wot- honllaolKl uieu ttocd about him 11- 8ha died amp thou In II body march ed to the house of Juanita Saw was ready for them nnado no pier for i tuercy antI shuwed not the list of fear there was a stoical IIhllos- tcynSal calm in ttio manner alma faced the ltunlon that added a last touch IIf horror to time grlriy pertormauee She nuked fur a few minutos delay until be Ilrmlnged her dress and ill- so rmtde her will This latter she did verbally amid thl1l1 surrounded by limo miners same calmly wallted to the platform that hind bean used the day before for the Fourth of July axerc- lIOtI Here II tmvetrty t Il trial was had Juallltll sItting calmly and sometimes smiling In the midst ut liar judges 7ho camp wits by this time III a frenzy of excitomnet Some neon rUIlzelt that ono of the most barbarous ads In the history of trio Fill Neat was about to bo perpetrated and vainly attempted to stem the tllle- thnt the woman was not physically I tIt to bo hanged Before ho could luther exllaln he was hauled dawn and thrown from thu platform A Air Thayer pf Nevado climbed on a- r barrel acid attempted td addrQtlll the t furious mob do the womaus behalf onder1 r i4vy and wounded from the oeneIn tho hotel overlooktrrg the platform wa- Weller s the caadldate for Congress and by his side Mrs Bryant who at- teIjiatd beCame Dfro John Mackey Someone rushed to him rand b edm hint to address tOO crowd snd try stem Its anger Mrs DryantJDlncd In tho apeal But he had Mena thl fate of her two champions and left Juanita to her tate The crow voted that Sho must die by hanging The gallows were built upon the bridge spanning tho Yuba and con sWtod of a narrow plank undo s crossbeam over the edge ot the bridge The woman had dressed horslet carefully In white Her black hall was neatly coiled and bmtded On her head sho wore a mans hat lent by one ot her friends She was grave but unmoved She mscended the scar fold with a firm step and taking oft her hat with n quick Whirl of her wrist sent It to Its owener In the bound She bowed to the throng and said clearly Addlos roes amigos goodbye my friends A mo ment later her body swung In the air ELYS CREAM BALM has been tried and not found wanting In thous ands of homes all over the country It has won a place In the family med- Icine closet among the reliable house hold remedies where It Is sept at band for uSe In treating cold jn the hood just as soon as sonic member of the household begins the preliminary sneezing or snuffing It gives Immediate relief and a day or twos treat ment will pmt a stop to a cold which mIght tt not chocked become chronic and run Into n bad case of catarrh A NATURAL COMPASS How the Trees Point the Way Through the Wilderness A famous CanadIan guide of whOm his friends assert that you could tails him up In a balloon blindfolded and drop him Into tho middle of tlmo wilder ness and he would find his way out was asked by n New York hunter not long ago how lie did It ltllt true said the New York marl that you can find your way back to ennui every tIme and lu the straightest lltw possibl- eThats what they say admitted the old guide aud he added half aolugrdically I slmnuld be ashamed ut melt If It wasnt pretty close to the truth How do you do It Wol1 sonmotintes J know pretty well where I Gut1 mean In a general way alul 1 roll the direction of the camp or whatever plnco It Is I want to reach You know that Is nil cntiroly different propoeitlon tram meroly get ting out of n forest or a section of country The ml1n who dosent know where ho or anything else Is can al waya tolluw the struanls and gut some whore sumo time it hs holds out long oltCJukh nut that Is a different mutter from taking mm objective Point oven imaginary and then going straight through the wllllernlft to that point crimps not uutny guides thumselvU8 can du tlwt with absolute succea3 though it seems a very sImple thing to tau Io you moan that you can hold a perfectly straIght courSe through thick woods and across broken country wltlut a compass or sunlight to gullle As straIght a course as could be followed In such country 11hat Is your guide the moss or Jrolb on the shaded side of trto trunltsNo Thats not to be depended on Sonitimes the dampness collects on the north Ledo of II tree sometimes 110 the east sllle sometimes on another slant You cant dUJlned on It fur It may ho one thing in ono ravine I1I1I jut the oploslte where currents of all and relative lioslthtos of tree and of water are reversed lint there Is ono thing which In any general stretch of country is- itifalllllle That Is the Inclination of the trees Every section has Its prevail lug wind It you know what Is the prEi veiling wind ot the region where you are It seems to mo that anybody with half an eye ought to be able to hold a straight course Of course you wont find the trees In thick woodS bending at a decided anglo as you wlll find those on exposed ground But If you observe carefully you will detect enough va ration from n straight perpendicular to keep you going true Thatsthe secret of my sonso of direction nhd its a secret every man In 4u ww ii can shareNew York Su- nChli4revrk I Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA OF INTEREST y 10 fARMERS Prospects Good for Large StatedItems Gleaned From Last Month ly Report of Commissioner of Agriculture Asvlstant Oommttsloner of Agricul ture James W Rankin Misted his last report a few days ago from the State Department of Agriculture Tho following Is the report In part On the whole the year has boon n favoratilo ono for the farmer The weather has been almost Ideal farm Ing weather since July 1 from which tlmo this report covers The drouth of the past yatr was not evident as enough rain fell during the month of July and with thoexception of some localities durIng the month ot August and the first part of September when It was real dry the farmers were en abled to harvest every crop and house It nicely To average wheat yield In the state was not heavy being about sieve bushels This should IJe Increased and can be made possible lrtl proper rotatIon or crops Is practiced by the farmers The oats crop In Kentucky tills year was a good one I1S against n complete failure ot last year An av- orago yield for the state this year Is twenty bushels per acre The hemp crop this year was ex ceedingly light and the prospects for a good price are good The rye average Is very small In he spate and the average yield Is only about nine bushels to the acre Practically no barley was raised In the state About the usual crop ot dark to bacco was grown possably a little lea than lastyear and the average yield Wo1sproduced The average of burley tobacco was very large being about the largess It not the largest ever grown In the state The quality is good and the average yield is about DOO pounds to the acre for the state The fruit crop taken as II whole was very light In some localities there Is a good crop of nples poaches cherries plums and timwberrjJles were very light Horses are holding up fairly well to numbers and are selling ut a very good price time average being 101 sot the state Mules are scarcu and are selling for an average price of 130 and are hard to buy at all Cattle are nut us plentiful as they were limit year and are selling from 3Y to 5yc the average fur time stutc being 4c Sheep are decreasing ii numbers owing to scabies being among then and the ataie being un der Federal quarari4nctho average price iu the state is 4c Hogs are scarce and siimig high prices rang- Ing from Go to 7c There Is little or no disease among theft uk1ug time state us Il whole hut In u few beauties wo have heard of cholera The getwral condition of livestock for the state Is 04- Puultry and Its products art higher now than over before Chicken range from 8Y to 12c per hound and eggs are selling anywhere front IGc to 25c per dozen In the country Clover and nlfuifa arc Scarce and selling for good prices Clover aver ages iO50 per ton while alfalfa Is selling at 122- 5PASSENGER TRAIN GETS A HUMP ON ITSELF e To Outrun Dog With Rabies That Was After It I A bird dog belonging to Sydney Smith and supposed to be mtdJI t quite a number ot other dogs here on last Tuesday afternoon before it took a bee line for the mJllroad depot Those who witnessed the actions ot the dog my that when the trninlgavo the slsnnl for caving the Og auswor- ed the and when sees- was t11cMihg trio train astt Jelt- towI Among the dogs bitten was tho old possum and rabbit dog belgiiging to Orner Drown Omers very much dlstrCf1lCd over tlmo affair fund when last heard from was making earnest efforts to fInd a mad stone Should ho fall to find the niadetuue he 1ll chain old Ring In Tito Pocludedplace- of confinement and await develop- menu But jokes aside Thertis u deCided Impression that time Smith dos has the hydrophobia aid ItYouIC t v r 1 l not beamles toJ close watch up4- In the flogs+ twee bitten by him wall killed yesterday a- Toaievlfee t Owing to the tact that several ot the town dogs were bitten by it people should be very careful about lotting children play with dogs until It Is known what dogs were bitten and infected with tho poison of by- dropboblaLarue County Herald Grand Hall Price Offer 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running on errands lit Africa for the Smltlulonlan Institute Com mander Peary Is to get 20 per cent more Il word for his magazine tpry ot his achievement than expresldont- Rociovtlt Is getting for his hunting story and as a rule wordy do not grow as long to tile ArctIc as they do below the equator Mr Roosevelts price Is 1 so Com mander PtQry Is to got 12Q a word for a story or about 60000 words that Is to run serially In Hamptons Magazine for the next eight months A statement that the contract had been closed with the explorer was made yesterday by Denjawumln D Hampton the editor J MENDEN H ALLS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and I Fever Guaranteed J IMRKOVEMENTSON rilENDERSON DIVISION OfL N Began construction Force Arrives at Hop Idnsvilre- Hopktneville Ky Nov 8The arrival of more than a hundred forelg ere cars In which to house them en gives with which to opemte steam shovels and the shovels dump cars and all other equipment used In modern railroad building and the announcement that this is only a tore runner of oven Larger gangs and the proportionate amount of tools and machinery Is the first positive con tllm4Uon of the rumor that the Louisville and Nashville railroad pro posed to make extensive changes In that portion of Its rood lying between GuthrIe and Slaughtorsville and may even doubletrack the entire dlvl5lon As soon as these workmen of the Walsh Construction Company ar rived they began building a track north of town to accommodate their cars They will begin work at n point two miles north of here and w rk In both directions It Is understood that thts company has been awarded the contract for thirty miles of neW roadbed most of wkdch is to be built I over entirely new right or way so as to correct bad grades and eliminate curves The work will take some thing lIke six mon- thsQUICKS i PILLS I For Liver IllsI Saves Doctors Bills 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE 1 I Tnaoa MARKSI DESIGNS I COPYRIGHTS c1c Anroulendlne a Ilteteb lid derllttlon mar i opinion tne whether an- Inventlonlsprohabiy Communl I tionaatrlotiyconDdantlai IIANDBoOIT on Patentl lent free Oldest agency for aecurlngpatents Patents taken Siuuna Co receive- peemalnotirswlthoulCbarse In the Scientific JlmerltanIhandlomer tllmtratedweekly Laraeatcld- culaaon of eclenhIDa oornal Term 13 a dbyanlnewadeareteMUNN I Branch Omee r Bt 0 When purchasing silver ware remember that in silver plate no name stands for higher quality or greater durability than the re nowned trade mark 1 1847 ROGERS BROSTRIPIEe Ask your dealer to show you the various exquisite- p a tt ern s k the Silver Plate That Wear can be had The wide lati tude for choice in knives forks spoons and fancy serving pieces assures satis faction to every taste Sold by leading dealers everywhere Send for cata logue CL showing all designs COtCo 8 ceeoor f 11111 lOIN CONN HANNAS GREEN SEAL THE MADE TO WEAR PAINT NOTHING IN IT but what should be there NOTHING I LACKING that will improve it Possesses Every Essential Quality Pigments scientifically combined and finely ground in PureJ inseed Oil Not a LittleLead and a Lot cl Zinc b ia LOT OF LEAD and a LITTLE ZINC Costs more to make bub the people wimtjtiOl FOR SAhc B- yFORDSVILLE iLA IH N6 rIL COFor4svillo1 Ky KyURAr r p c1 l 1e i tr+ Feeding Farm Hand Every farmet wIfe kaowa What tre mendous appetites farm hands usually f have but while they sett iell they work well tOG Heros a good JI18gesUon about teed big farm hands Ohs Mimesl plenty of Quaker Oats A big dish ot Quaker Oats porridge with sugar and 4 rfastof vigor and strength for a long days Work The man that eats Quker Oats plentifully and often fa the man who does good work without excsaelv0 ta- tlgue There ltI a suatniafas suallty In Quaker ota set found ta other foods allll for eoetMmT It Is at the lead of the list Dealdee tile regular- size package Quaker OatIs packed in large eke family packages with and eat ckiaa 6 Real Mate For Sale 72 acres ot Rough RIver bottoms one halt In high state of cultivation 4 rest well timbered with White Oak Beech Gum Mapel 4i miles west ot Hartford on public road Good dwelling and out buildings 182 acres of upland known tie tha Perry Kirk farm located near Clear Run Som 100 acres in spcndidstate- of cultivation 82 acres timbered In- splPndid + p growth of oak hickory and ohostnut good dwelling and out buldings lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADEDwelling ioutIn Ohio county one mile tram R RIStation In center of fine farming country No competition In bulneess For full particulars call on us f 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles east of Hartford good dwelling and out building orchard plenty ot water 40 acres in Umber balance In good state of cultivation A tract of laud OIl the SUlphur Springs and Hartford public road one mite southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres wen timbered 60 BCres In cultivation splendid dwelling barn and ou9 building A good orchard stud other conveniences atteanr ding a well kept tarm A tract ot land on Halls Creek one I mile southwest ot Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres In DOC toms two barns and dwelling wellIkept and In good condition We dont own the property We are only agents for the owners Md our purpose Is to brIng together the buyer and seller For this service r d we charge One small commission No charge It no sale Is effected List your property with us or It you want to buy tt farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY +MOCALL PATTERNS Celebrated for ayle perfect tit sImplicity and nearlyeveryor by direct More sold than anyother make Send toe tree catalogue tMcCALLS MAGAZINE More lublcrlberl than other fuhion marninemlllion a month Invaluable Latpatterns dressmaking mUUoe halrdreaingetiquette paUemSubJalbeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agent Postal brlnlll premIum catalogue and newcal rrlze olfero Address ma RtcAtlCO3te = tlWnI2mSLNIKYOArt I R J u ABOUT DIVORCE y AND CAUSES It pi Statistics u Show United States as Grants Most of the c DiygrcesN ty f r The militant suffragette glared Shad1il tfl11tt learned rent glancing over the i Census Bureaus statistics that 105 I per cent of the divorces granted to Vrrien were for the cruelty of their i wives i K False was the comment that nc ctampahled the glare Serves em right went wlttNthe i grim smile Whether the last was a note of sympathy for the men which achieved membership In the exhusbands club or for the women whose cruel trent ment led to the legal change of con dltlon the suffragette did not say As for the Census Bureau that del partment of state Is a soulless affair dealing only with facts and figures as It finds them and it is no use abusing the bureau for showing up American men and women in such a poor marI tial light before the world 1 It really is a sad story though Fancy the Census Bureau finding out i deISertedr to parts unknown leaving her to slave for the home alone is losing a I great deal of Its force by reason of the fact that more wives are desert i ing husbands than husbands are de- sertingr wives The figures cold and convincing compiled by reliable eta I tistics can not be argued with they record the fact that of divorces ob- I tained bythe American man for the A desertion of his wife the 0 is 494 while the figures percentngeI sertion of the wife by tare only 336 Well may the militant suffragette smile grimly It looks as though the American wife were becoming a more independant creature than the American husband N For this last development there Is a reason that is obvious to anyone The girl of the present day Is as well able to earn heir living as her husbani If marriage proves a failure in her case she has only to tell her Unsatisfact ory husband that she has resolved to fitsupan herself and live apart from him and he knows well that he can- S no longer hold over her head the club of poverty because of the loss of his earnings She can support he- rr r self these daysI But about that cruelty charge It sounds almost incredible but there- j are again the Census Bureaus Indlspu able figure to show that reviewing the causes for divore during the past forty years it has been discovered that the legal soperatlon of husband and wife in consequence of the cruel J treatment of the husband by the wife has increased 16098 per cent No less than 105 of the divorces granted to men during the period reviewed by the bureau were for creuHy cm the part of the wife As to the form that this cruelty to the poor husband takes the Census Bureau Is silent It is not the businessI of the staslstlcal department as deep as that into the causes But it surely must have been a sufficient 3 cruel typo of cruelty to induce an American judge to grant a divorce to the Injured husband Now that trained in the gymnastic classroom at the schoolhouse and the anaemic woman is becoming a rarity It behooves the American husabnd to practice diploma In the homo or take lesseon In the art for dodging rolling pins and broom handles But with her Increased ability to chastise her husband as qhown by tie Census Bureaus figures there has also come It is really to bad to have to record an Increase in a vlcathat has been considered one peculiarly belonging to monthat of drinking theIIUcreaas shown by the divorces granted for this cause is 5645 per cent I this reason for divorce cone second in the list accordng to the census statistics The men have still a little the best of It In the race for divorce on the alcohol line for while the In crease among women has eben recorded as 5545 per cent the drunkeness of husbands has increased 6999 per centIt is appalling to note that in the United States 73 divorces are annually granted to every 100000 of population To the same number of persons Ire land annually grants less than 1 En gland 2 Italy 3 Austria 1 Scotland 4 Germany 15 France 23 Switzerland 3 and Japan 215 Switzerland with a ratio of 32 comes next to the United States but this country wins by a big majority in the general run QUICKS BLOOD PillS Will cleanse your liver and purl fy your blood and make you feel like a new man Lived 152 Years Wm Parr Englands oldest man married the third time at 120 worked In the fields till 132 and lived 20 year- longer People should be youthful at SO James Wright of Spurlock Ky shows how to remain young I feel Just Jke a sixteenyearold boy writes aftter taking six bottles o Electric Bitters For thirty years Kid ney trouble made life a burden but the first bottle of this wonderful medicine convinced me I had found the greatest cure on earth Theyre a godsend to weak sickly rundown pr old people Try them 50c at all Druggists StopsNeuralgia Pains The shooting tearing pains of neuralgia are caused by excitement of the nerves is also a nerve pain Sloans Liniment a soothing external application stops neuralgia pains at Once quiets the nerves relieves feeling of numbness which is often a warning of paralysis and by its tonic effect on the nervous and muscular tissues gives permanent as well as immedi late reliefjf One Application Relieved the Pain Mr J C Lan of 1100 Ninth St sE Washington D Cwrites v LinI JY I with It since r T Sloansr LinimentI sthe test remedy for Rheumatism Stiff Ii Joints and Sprains and all PainsjI k At All gg1atal Price 25c GOOand 100 It 81oanO on the nohse sent Free Addren DR EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASS a Jr v- t F r- f I r C I FARMERS ASK FOR A FEW REFORMS Reduction in Mileage Allowance of Congressmen Relieves Their Attention Raleigh N C Nov 8A reduction In the mileage allowenco of members of Congress from 10 to 5 cents a mile Is sought In resolutions adopted by the Farmers National Congress here today Leglslatlno to establish four nation al road from the Atlantic to the Pacific the strengthening of the oleo lawa law prohibiting rail roads from charging a fulltrip mile age rate in excess of the rates of the State through which the trip extends the of a tnl bank law totState agricultural experiment of pub lication work were urged In other res olutlonsThe congress also placed Itself on record in favor of the enactment of syetensmoney for denatured alcohol distilleries nt selected agricultural experiment ala tions and favored Government aid to public roads Representative Small of this State In addressing the conses told how the agricultural Interests of the South would develop through the establish ment of Inland waterways The discontent of women In tarn homes is due to n lack of modern Improvements to colorless monotony attending isolation and to a lack of it opinionaker of Washington in a paper read before the congress The cnodltion of womne should be vastly improved Mrs Whltnker de clares If home industries could be Introduced on the farm to make use of Its products and to furnish an in come from congenial employment She Instanced many sections in which attempts were being made to estab lish such home indstry and said they were successful In making women more contented There is more Catarrh In this sec tion of the country than all other theslast few years was supposed to be Incurable For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by localftreatment pronounced Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore constitutional treatment Halls Cat arrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney 8s 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 falls to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J CHENEY k Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all Druggist 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stlpatino KENTUCKIANMURDERED IN OKLA HAD ENEMIES Roger D Gannon Served on Jury That Tried Hargis andVot ed to Convict Him Oklahoma City Okla Nov 8 Although the police still believe that robbery was the motive for the murdo of R G Gannon whose body was found on the roof of a tenstory build ing Sunday interest is added to the case by the report received from Lex- Ington Ky today that Gannon was a member of the Hargis Jury the only member to hold out for conviction D Gannon the young Lexlngtonlan who was murdered In Oaklahoma City was a member of the Jury which tried the late Judge James Hargis In Fay ette county for the murder of James Cockrtll He was one of the two men who refused persistently to vote any other way than for a verdict of mur der In the first degree Young Cannon is survived by four sisters three of whom are Sisters of Charity in convents at Memphis Tenn Nazareth Ky and a town In Iowa His brothers T F and John Gnu non are residents of Fayette The Inquest will be held on the body tomorrow and it will be shipped to Lexington for burial I A Piece of Buncombe- The primary result of free hides is thatthe Government loses a great deal afmoneySo far the free Imp6rt i tiona have not effected thoprlccs for native hides and ihtffarmerrnae r a Y J- p v t I i IH5 not been Injured As long as the pres ent demand largely duo to autmoblle manufacturers in which leather Is used for upholstering continues the farmers are not likely to bo affected adversely When itnio country has been filled with Imported hides prices may take a tumble But in any event the wearers of shoes will never hear of a reduction on account of free hides That was a- PIece of buncombe Cedar Rapids Republican Wont Slight a Good Friend If ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get declares Mrs A L Alley of Beals Me tor after using ten bottles of Dr Kings New Discovery and seeing its excel lent results in my own family and others I am convinced it is best medicine made for coughs Colds and lung trouble Everyone who tries It feels Just that way Relief is felt at once and its quick cure surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemorrages Croup LaGrippe Soar Throat pain in the chest or lungs its supreme 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Gauran teed by all Druggists SS T Better Stick to Republican Policy tinder Republican policy that has produced a revenue from internal tax ation and Tariff on Imports this coun try has grown great and proseprous Isnttbat policy a good enough one conIgresspolicy Must It plant Itself on the Denver platform regarding Income taxationSurely Republican Senators are learn ing through the storm of telegraphic protests that line decended upon them that there Is a widespread dis trust of tho Democratic measures that they have been discussing during the weekFar better it would be to stand squarely by good Republican doctrine Philadelphia Inquire SPENCER LOSER ON- OFFICIAL COUNT Dr Plitt Republican wins For Representative of Hancock by TwentyOne Hawtsrille Ky Nor SThe county election cmomlssloners mot here today In adjourned session and with them were the officer of the five precincts the disputed ballots of which were locked in the ballot boxes and could not be examined or counted by the commissioners when they met on last Friday The only change made In the totals given heretofore was to Increase the ma jorlty of Dr Plitt of Ltjwlsiwrt who was the Republican nominee for the legislature to twentyone over W W Spencer of Pollvllle who was the Democratic nominee This leaves County Judge G D Climbers audI Magistrate Victor Hagnian the only Demoorute elected 0 CASTOR IAiFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signatnro 71of Great Wool Pool to b Formed To put themselves in A position to realize bettor prices fur their wool and mohair fheep anti gnat raisers in Southwest Texas rue conHwplUiii tJio urtcUon of large Moix nuufcbU in which the productH ot their flocks are to be held for the purpose of regu hating the market The story of the sheepmen is that being at present compelled to gut rid of their shear Ings almost Immediately there is n tendency on the part of the buyer to lower prices knowing that the producer finds It too risky to store wool and mohair In ordinary sheds or liars It Is argued thnt the erection of prop er storage plants will enable the producers to release their wool and mo hair gradually and so eliminate the brokerAt series of meetings to be held In Saa Antonio during the first and second weeks of November the matter will be taken up and disposed of The plan most likely to be car nod through is the forming of a corp orator among the wool producers which will net as their selling agent Since the sheep and goat raisers of Southeast Texas are already organized into a very hang organization hav iuo several mlllkmalr members among them Captain Oharles Schroiner of Kerrvllle there Is little doubt that the plan will be carried out success fully Tobacco Tidin- gChildren Cry FOR FLETCHERS V CASlTORilI Y i J tt r IIJ 2414w I4ML14i w r hlr itMV e 1 zeti4 e4 piM it LArt w fr4 zV X xrtxcAx d Why shouldnt Mary have a good time now and then with her friends Johns dinner will be just as wellcooked since a Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker is in the house it will be just as hot andsteaming Mary paid nothing for the Cooker she saved coupons out of Mothers Oatsand other Mothers Cereals and secured 375 Cooker freeShe saves 80of her fuel bills she hardly goes into the kitchen at all andshe isnt forced to bend allafternoon over a hot stove she arises an hour later than usual and doesnt have to rush down stairs to prepare Mothers Oats for breakfast The coupons are found in Mother Oats regular and family sizes Mother Coarse Pearl Hominy Mother Corn Meal white or yellow Mothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Mother Wheat Heart the cream of Oatmeal the wheat Mother Old Fashioned Graham Mother Hominy Grit Flour Mother Corn Flakes toasted Ask your grocer to tell you how to get a Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker free If he doesnt keep Mothers Cereals write us today giving his name and yours and well tell you all about the free FirelessCooker and send you a useful souvenir free THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY OPERATING MOSS OATMEAL MILLS THAN ANY OTHER ONB CONCERN AKRON BOSTON NEW HAVEN NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO PITTbUlJUUIl ALIMNY ST LOUIS GENUINESURETY BOND GUARANTEEPA- CKED INSIDE EACH ROLL O- PCONGOLFqRl 0 FI NGCongo is the only Ready Roof The Surety Company is issuing these ing carrying the National Surety bonds and back of them is their two Coibond It carries with it terms million dollars of axels ha matter andconditions that make it specially atof keen satisfaction to us that they were to stand behind Congo Roofing reponsibilhyroofingFor 10 years you can rest easy about Write today for samples of Congo and your roofs it covered with 3ply Congo full information and we know that it is probable you will Remember that with terry roll of Congo IIIi get wen longer service out of it you get a genuine Surety BC dIiiFORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO L FORDSVILLE KYo tI1 1 KY WILL GET HER SNARE OF MONEY State Guards Comes up To The Requirement of The Dick Law Kentucky militia will be able to conio up to the requirements of the Dick bill and will get the allowance Hindu by tho Notional Government for use 1m this state It alSo will not hoi necessary to divide up tho three regiments as was thought some time ago would have to be done Adju ant General P P Johnston said that tho danger of having to form the various companies now in the three regiments Into two regiments In order to comply with the national laws hus passed and the three regiment will be left intact Inspectors are now engaged in examining the various companies to ascertain their standing and condition Gen John stun said ho was confident that the companies now In the service will come up to the standard sufficiently to entitle Kentucky to the 78000 a year which the National Government allows this state Tho National law requires twelve companies to a regiment and as none of the three regiments In Kentucky has twelve companies it was thought that It might be necesairy to have only two regiments in the entire state This would have broken up the First Regiment ns it probably would have been necessary to put part ot the companies twin the First Regiment Into the Second and a part jlnto tIle Third Regiment Gen John i sfoniwroto c to the National Govern I K I meat asking iKrniiHiou to re alI ih present three organization Ibis permission wars graiitcd on the relIt sentaion from On lohruton that reElj After Inspection of the regiments the full Htrenth of each regiment will he recruited ant nn effort will be made to fill each regiment with twelve companies It will be easy In Ixniltvllle and probably will not bo difficult with the other repflmente If Inspection hoWH that ome of the companies are falling below the standard those companion will be mustered In to take their places Frankfort News The Rev Irl B Hicks Almanac for 1910 Ready November 15th 1009 a splendid yearbook on astronomy and met eorology the only one containing the Hicks Weather Forecast By mall postpaid 35c on news stands 30c One copy free with a years subscription to WORD AND WORKS the Rev Irl B Hicks Monthly Magazine the best I monthly in America Discounts on Almanacs in quaniUes Agents want ed Remember the genuine Hicks Forecasts are not published anywhere else you get thorn only in his own publications Word and Works Pub lishing Co 2201 Locust Street St Louis Mo 17t4 Smashes all Records As an allround laxative tonic and healthbuilder no other pills can comparo with Dr Kings New Life Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood strenthen the nerves cure Constipation Dyspepsia Biliousness Jaunt dice Headache Chills and Malaria Try them 2Cc at nil Druggist 4 y j k F- b 1ia 1 1 r Hartford Republican tm ficconllng to taw at the Ioitolp Harttordi Ky 5k mall matter ol the coed dalerC MBARNETT EDITOR 1zcPaQ BS- cumllz1an w 40- RouCh alvCaFRIDAY NOVEMBER 19 t Hon W J Bryan has announced that he will start onn protracted tour which will last for many months and this has given rise to a report that Tie will not bo a candidate for the United Stoics Senate from Nebraska The Brecenrkidge County Democrats who wero defeated In the recent doe tlon for county offices have decided W contest and have indicated as the chelt grounds the tact that about boo Republicans wrote the name of Mr Brody on the ballot in order to vote for him for ClrcuH Court Clerk his name having been left ort through error We understant the grounds are extremely flimsy We have too many elections for the good of the country Every yrcar eecs sonic Important election in 1hls country either local or general which stirs the people causes them to forget their business engenders bad blood Jill of which decreases happiness and prosperity of the people If we could merge nil of our elections BO they would only come about once in tour years It would be much better for all concerned Our fellow townsman Sir O D Likens has announced his candidacy lor the Democrats nomination for Secretary of State two years hence Mr Likens Is a man of well known ability and has served his party In many ways for years He is President oT the First National Bank of Hart ford and enjoys a lucrative law practice The Republican will be glad to see tills honor come to Ohio County and to Mr Likens Putting hides on the free list did not help the Republican party In Massachusetts remarked a member er Congress from that State after he rood the election returns showing a greatly reduced Republican majority And yet one of the great pleas made in Washington was that the change would solldfy the party In the Old Bay State As boots and shoes nt d even the price of the only kind of hide Hurt wore dutiable but are now on the free list have all advanced and the party majority was reduced there Is not much left for the advocates of the change to rest on F The Hartford Herald Is laying awake lit nights trying to discover whet caused the whyfore of the wha nova of things jwlldoHl in Ohio Coun ty it refusts to believe that the Democrats lost bocauso of unpopular Ity of Democratic tortuous on any question at hwsue between tIe tWt imrtloi It now tuya their oaniKdau were nil right takes Imck Its crltlchm the organization So It must I 1of very cuKednoj of the voters failure to read the Hartford Hurali or If read by them inability to understand its touching In order t relieve our friend and neighbor ot tile strew ocoaoued by ibis momentous question with which Jt Is WIOBt lla wo move to refer the whole matter to the department of die nation Government which ds awtemirJng tJ decide what is whisky What iethe ueuttrying to flgur out the caauces for the results In thE recent election uny way Life ta 04J short to bo gpent In such uieluc Trat u Lee iw juther bond our ouei Bles towards upbuilding our town county and state in matonlal morn and educational Urns Hantford nl ready one of the bEt towels i Western Kentucky will in the rwa future make some of our neighbor Lug oUloB look well to tholr laurels What wo need IB an awakening of th Commercial Club and through its cf forts to locate In our midst suvera manufacturing establishments W could take care of a canning facto ry steam laundry hub and spoke fac tory and a poultry packing house Thee are only a few enterprises which come to our mind lot present doUbt less there are many others Because wo took occasion to defend the late Democratic nominees for County offices in Ohio County against criticism offered by their party organ the Hartford Heald we are accused of Hpocrlcy of being hypercriti cal and hypocritical When a man hides behind such expressions us these it is a sure sign he baa either been hit or knows he is about to be hit The Herald did criticise its candidates nameiIn a column article attempted to 4r tshowsome cause for their continued 44efcat offering no word of praise t whatever for the sacrifices and hard CF II 4r 1 r F work of their candidates Tie only reason that we felt called upon to offer some praise for ourselves waa because of the BcemtiJg heartless ncaaiof the Heralds attitude and- thoriughingtttudeto4hoeh it8 who had been dratted by the party at person sacrificeto make a hopeless ampagnJ The Herald said In that article that the offairs of the party should be in trusted to men of known ability and prestige1 If this was not antnslnn atlon that lIon Q B Llkensthe Gout ty Chairman and Col T J Smith the Campaign Chairman were not me of ability and prestige we will give the Herald from now until next campaign to explain what it did mean by It The Herald accuses us of in consistency Because during the rom pain we warnel Republicans against the very thing which tho Herald has critlcdecd them for viz Hiding the fact that they were Democratic nominees Now the Herald dos not BOOI to be astute enough to understand that such criticism from us was in order while coming from the Herald their own organ it was altogether a different matter What we did seek to do was to turn the attention of the Herald away from its candidates and the men composing its organization to the fact that the party had changed principles In the last few years as- a reason for continued failure This seems to have passed by unnoticed and the only thing the Heralds editor can do is to accuse us of hjpocrlcy etc This will not be sufficient explanation to the late Democratic candidates and members of the Organi zation for its attack upon them They will remember that in the first Issue of this paper after the nominations were made we spoke of them in the highest terms and even said that the ticket was composed of the very boot people of Ohio county After reading the effort of the Herald last week a prominent Dmocrat was heard to remark that what they most need edan Ohio County was a party organ High Cost of Living A FreeTrader at the present day a revision downward fellow cannot talk long about the Tariff until he cites the present high cost ot j living in comparison with the good old days of some former period Tlhn y seem to forget that the curia cf liv Ing has not increased foster In the United States than It leas in the Free Trade countries If FrteTrade or re theII prices farmer for fjock and surplus produce it would be but little trouble to find enough people to elect to office who would give them Free Trade But th man ot average intelligence knows that he cannot got high prices for that which he lies to sell and pay low guides for the things he has to buy TIle large majority well remember the time when living was cheap and ass ahu the products of tho farm and factory were a drag on the homo market at almost any old price And tinning the four years from 1892 ito 1SOO the I ImbIto make a prosper country for one to live well alllOllS live well High wages and law cot of living do not go together lint highocost of living danut confined to Pro tectivo Tariff countries It la roadl Ily seen that the reasoning of the Free Trader Is faulty The people were worked In 1892 on jUIlt such a bun co game and they will not got on the same hook at tho preenet tIme very easily Warrcnsburg Mo Standard Horald What Kentucky Needs MlEsoijrl has a strong Republican editorial use cl1 lon Those cdkor bringIue n OI1n They TheynStaterthe Republican national admlnlstra prejudiceenew Tariff in the following srons language We specially commend the new Tariff under which prosperity is finding Its way to every corner ot tho nation They Indorsed It be caUSe It ngaln establlrfied the Pro lectlvo principle The Republicans- of Iowa will discover that they can not monkey with tho buzz saw They will Indorse the Republican Tar- Iff or elsestep outside the pale ror tho party The Republican partys action is determined by amaJorJty It Isnt coking after the individual What lows needs at the present time is 11 party eplnlt like unto that possessed by the Republicans of Missouri Vinton la Eagle New Line for Hickman j HIckman Ky Nov 16lt eeems from all reports that the Dyensburg orthern Railroad Company operating between Dye sburg Temn and Tlp tonville Tenn moans to extend Its lines to HIckman i Y rr J ip i GRIND OF J OIRC01TCOIT J Judge Birkhead Opens November Term Monday Criminal Docket Quickly Disposed ofand Civil Business Light The Ohio Circuit Court convened In court hall Monday morning at the usual hour with Judge T FDlrk head presiding and Commonwealths Attorney Ben D Ringo and County Attorney E M Woodward present After the preliminary motions had been disposed of the following named gentlemen were empanelled as grand jurors for the present November terns WInson Smith Ed Pierce W F Hoover S E Bennett Mark Ren frow Jesse N Hudson J P Tich enor N H Embry Jas C Haynes Clinton Iglehart clerk E Crabtrct sheriff and M J Reid foreman After an exhaustive statement by Commonwealths Attorney Ben D Rlu go supplemented by some verytlme ly suggestions on the part of the Court as to their duties the grand Jury having heard the reports of the various offlcersretlred to their room and from the activity of the Sheriff and his deputies there is going to be something doing The following named gentlemen have been empanelled as petit jurors for th term C Haven C P Brown R 11 McDowell CD Wallace Talllo Carson J H Miller B B FInley H C Hudson B F Flener W C Leach Worth Tichenor George W Reid An drew Alford W B McDanlel J Ii Whlttlnghlll James Berrymnu J II Chapman John W Ford George Hoover F O Baker C C Kimball T S Ford and D Jackson Tho Commonwealth docket for the November term was disposed of us followsThe following 17 cases were con tlnued for process Comth VP James Espy 1 cases same vs R Wo Rag land same vs Louis Davis same vi ThomIasvs Roy same vs same vs Gilbert Hayes same vi Jesse D Grant 2 cases same vt Den Burgess same vs John Good man same vs Harrison Pcacbc- On motion Comth Attorney the foJ lowing 11 prosecutions wero stricken from the docket Comth vs Herman Bryant Otis Daugherty D Powers c W V Mldklff c John McDan Iel 4 cases Chester Tllford 3 cases Alonzo Wells LIgo Crowe No 4601On I motion of the Comth Attorne i the following 17 cases arc filed away with leave to retnstate Comih vs Flora Burden Ramie Burdette S M Phillips l5 cases Sam Preston E Allen c C Dockery 2 cases C A Dockery f5 cases read Ollie Pres ton following cases were continued ilThe vs lobo Wilson Roy Crowe Raymond Sam Collins I2nd DAYTUESDAY vs Tom White and Alpi zo Decker fined 20 and costs 1IB missed as to Tom White Comth vs Grover Morris continued for process Comth vs Ernest Pulliam same lorder Comth vs Walter Galloway same order Comth vs Lee Loyd same order Comth vs HarrIson helps same order Comth vs C M Mnllan statement filed and stricken off Comth vs J H Ralph charged with carrying concealed a deadly weap judgment by default 25 and 10 lon In Jail Comth vs Luther Loyd with same offense same orderplerllne Hopkins vs I C R R Co The cases on second days docket disposed of as follows v A R Pirtle vs John P Fostervcr diet of that Jury 300 for plaintiff Rosa Baize vs I C R RCo verdict for defendant under Iristrpctlo ot the Court NOTES 1The court made an Important rultng Tuesday when two defendants ware tined 25 each undk Jail sentence of 10 days In each caseVjbV notitying tip 40hereaf4rr cutr t Mr R S Dunn exCounty Attar ney who recently moved from Butler ffinty to Hartford was sworn and ad milted to practice at tho local bar 1VISITING ATTORNEYS- Hi C Murray Hard nsburg Judges iJ M Porter and p B Rhoads Beav or Dam DA Royal Roalne and R Miller Owensboro Mr Marvin Miller who has been appointed as official Btenographerfor gattendancemost excellent young man thoroughly fii i- F I competent fort the pdeltlon 7udgq Birkhead the lawyers and their cites tags la the diMrictarg to be congratulated on securing hiss services W H Rentrbw vs M H E H- It verdict of Jury 5QO for plaintiff M F Sharp vet H DeHaveq Moi man Js the moat importuni case apt for today This aolton Is for an alleged Hbeious pubrientton In tho Hardlnsburg Democrat when Moormon was edito- rThegnmdJury has returned seven IndictmentS as follows Five for 11 legal voting one for poisoning chick ens eevon for maintaining a nutasnce one for malicious Wound- Ing one for orjtcmptcd rape ono for discharging a deadly weapon on public highway one for disturb Ing a lawful assemblage f Among the Lodges Hanbford Lodge No 676 F A M held a regular meeting last Monday night with several visitors presoa No degree work was done owing to the Inclement weathr e Rough River Lodge No 110 Kor P held a well attended mooting Tuesda night and confcjnrcd tihe Third rank upon Prof H E Brown ntter which a nice luncheon was served by Knight E W Ford chairman of the commit tee This lodge will have work In tho Second rank next Tuesday night Notice The Wool Growers of Ohio county will meet at Hartford on the first Saturday in December All Wool grow era who are members of the A S ot E should attend this meeting D M STEWART Sec a Treasury Regulation Regarding Cigars and Tobacco The Treasury Department has received and promulgated to the customs service an order of the Gover norGeneral of the Philippine Islands dated Oct 22 carrying into effect the provisions of the freetrade clause of the tariff act of Aug 5 Under these rules the Insular col lector of custQms Is charged with the duty of causing to be Issued at the various ports of entry in the Philip pine Islands under proper regulations In strict accordance with the facts and the terms and spirit of Section 6 of the arlff ac and he rec Intent Treasury Department regulations certifl cates of organ as prescribed by the United States Treasury The collector will take the feces airy measures to prevent the issu ncepf such certificates of orgin In any fiscal year covering cigars or to bacco in excess of she quantities en titled to free entry Into the United States under the act of Aug 5 Producers of tobaccco dcslnrlng to avail themselves of the free entry priviUgi shall fill with the collector of Internal revenue in such form or manner as the collector shall prescribe written applications therefor before the opening of the shipping season tint not later than Nov 1 each year Each uppllcaUon shall contain a statement under oath of the applicant setting forth the quantity produced or proposed to bo produced by the uppll ym during the Mtcal year in which the application Is made the place and manner of production the area jf land employed or to be employed its location the quantity for which the applicant desires free entry and will ship or Intends to ship or sell for shipment to the United States that tho tobacco has been or will ho actually produced by the applicant and such other data as may bo re quired by the collector Producers of tobacco are described in the circular as individuals firms or corporations who actually produce or procure the production from ma erials owned by them in its market able form and aro owners thereof when it reaches that stage of advancement The collectors of Internal revenue will be required to establish registers and record therein nil appUomtloiis Wed All changes of ownership shall be notd The collectors shall inves Igato the statements of tile nppll cants and others involved In such manner as may be necessary to pro- ven any infrlngemnei of the law or fraudulent practice Not later than Nov 20 of each year the collector of internal revenue of- the Philippines is to transmit to the f isular collectOr of customs complete frilltnformaUonshowing the owners of record at the date of transmltta so nrnalnged as to- showln groups the producers or ln quantities ilie rev collectors shall alas furnish Ithd insular collector of customs upon request and as required by 5the latter all Information in his possesslvin whIch wlll enable the latter to doer mlle the corr nzs of or Incorrect 11 MS t pf exporters or Vshilnpera statements Id connoction1ththe cer tFicatcof prgln Tobacco Tidings 1i SMALLflOD MrfaUMe Drake fa vte ting her eon MrT Ri Bannwd and other relelvea at HarUod W8 Ellen Lawerence heaver Dam M the guest of her brother W T Lawerence and Mrs Mandy Galloway She was a vlsltpr at the Smallhoua Sunday School Sunday Mr Fred BoonK pnd family wore guests fn E Endolly and Ja111I1y SundaySeveral from this vicinity attend ed the protracted tacctoig at Cernlvo held by Evangeljsfcttt Cox Mr Clarence Pirtle wife andhil dnen of near Cromwell were the guests of their trust Mrs Julia Withrbw and Mr and Mrs Opple KltUnger recently Mr Emory Shroetor Hartfords pho toKraphcr was in our midst recently making pictures Mrs Tom Marks was in ourmld las Friday She was accompanied home by her daughter Miss Mary Iarks who Is teaching our school Mrs Bert been quite ill is slowly ImprovingI Mr and Mrs Caz Moron and Chil dren Arnold and Mary were guests of Mr and Mrs C T S Overton rut Cnctbrtown recently Born Nov 8th toN Mr and Mrs Berry Bishop a fine boy Mother and child are getting alnog fine Miss Oma Maddox has been ap pointed Aitant PostMistress at Rock port Ky Born Noy5 11 toMr and Mrs Tom Miller a boy Messrs O W Overhultz and Ers kine Fulkerson werd guests of Mr and Mrs L B Ovcrhultz Kirtley Ky Sunday Mr Joe Kdnchcloe has rented a house of MrTOpple KltUnger at Smallhous and will move Into It in the near future Messrs Tom and Bob Godsey and Alonzo France have given their houses a new coat of paint which adds much to their apperance CENTERTOWN Nov 17our Sunday School con vention here Sunday woe n complete success in every sense Prpf C C Justice of Beaver nom attended Sunday School wlUius Bun day Claud and King Tlchernor have re turned from tiielr trip to Illnols where they have been engaged In railroad workS James has moved to our town Will Stewart and family of EyaiiBTi ISOLD r have recently moved to our town Mk8 Laura McPht n 4svlsldns her brother near Owenabord Mrs Jolin Greenwood visited In Nashville Tent last Week John Dexter is building a now room to his home C L Drown and Mrs J Helm are on tile sick list 4 4 LaW Iglehoart lies mod into his new homo recently purchased iat Dr Chapman ANNOUNCEMENT We are now ready for busi ness and extend to you a spe cial invitation to visit us when in need of anything in our line We will keep a full line 6f Staple and Fancy Groceries and can fill your orders at fall times We appreciate orderslandand careful attention Re member the place HARTFORD GROCERY COIN A D WHITE BUILDING 11 6866669yyS3S66660 t9gSBS5SeS6l 8 A MANS GOWNING GLORY I IDont is H1S HAT I ask yourself What sort of a Hat sh llI I justIThe new Grays Tans and Bronzes with fancy bands The new shapes and colors instill i 150234and Hats are to befound in our well selected Our Assortment ol Caps Men Boys and Children in medium IFoi for dress wear and heavy i I earwarmers for the cold is atherIsehw and the seasons demands can be eas a ily suppliedliere We carry the besCia ty- XTrtiill I finA nnnUAHM T i SPQ60ci it EPJarnes BrOstt II BEAVER DAM KY t r f- Q99995 l r DdiG99999 9 Ir a tt l I I AI 1 ItA FAIRS DRESS MOODS McCall Patterns I tU 3053 COAT No 3081 SKIRT I t So great has been our rush since our Millinery opening that from week to weekwe have been compelled to receive new goods So you will find here a complete stock of at to our our n T If1fA Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 19 11UnolsContraJRallroad Tlmo Table At Beaver Dam Ky 1 VN rh Bound 1e11111 hound lh2dne5ISe m No121dua1U5am No 1rlue1t20v m No lilt doe 249 p m Hnvo Just Received n Largo LlncOr T Guns SHELLS ETC And asks you to call and see the largest and best line of inlartfOrd Prices the lowest u S CARSON HARTFORD + 3 Hy- x I UNDER NEW AND EXPE IUEr EDMANAGEMENT p EyBrthing tlratclue The best of v tare served right The Comfort and welfare of all guests especially looked KSpecl aVRehdon totsaveling- L Rate Special rate tAJ regular boarders Your patron qe i 3 X STEBLF i Itt t i r We are fo Thanksgivingand early Xmas buyers the most superb of another accessories to make up thegarments y it has ever been tbsplayDont I you see Fairs new They are you They cost you no more Mc Call patterns in stock salesladies FAIRS MILLINERY the VERY NEWEST the VERY are not you buyonly VISIT Millinery Parlors Our styles prices will d- dhe rest The and satisfied customers are best advertIsers No1O2ine48pv NoIalduPB05pm GUNS GUNS ShotGuns Rifle aria AMMMUNITION respectfully ShotGuns KY- ytonuii Nevv ercial Hotel- aHaartford I4Nt npeiday policited- GEO Proprietor showing line New DRES- GOODS Silks that buy until shades want selecting LOWEST PRICESWe askin and stock Groceryman what Dr J T Uartlln Dr H J Dell I Hardin S Bell I Dentists Office upstairs In Republican building Hartford Ky We employ all the WOrkjdono teeth without plate We do painless extracting either with a local or general anesthetic We Invllo you to gvo us n trial as- a pleased patient Is our best adver tisement All work guaranteed Con sultation and examination Free Phone 218 Wo are paying 25e for eggs Hartford Grocery Co Bringme your eggs 25c per dozen NOAH WHITE BrIng your eggs to Hartford Grocer Co N r4yfThe bird season rs pow on I Get your shells from Hartford Grocery Co pounds bGranulated Sugar LOO NOAh White lhe City Restaurant ds better pre- 1xred than eyeer b to toed the pccpfeiGeorgeWFeagln ot Hopkins v111e jwas in Hartford eeyeral days this week attending court- Mr Ernest Tracy and wife Louisville pre vieltiag 1tis D Tr Berra man and tam11ynoor Ilartford Now is the tine to bursultS tot menI l oyBand ladles Se what We before buying Carson Co sMrsYl E J Hudso- nrblt1aaiuesdtr xf j a Jo 1rk V I yg1 Every1htnc good to eat at heClty Restaurant Take your butter and eggs to Moo Sons meat market ttrY Dring me your eggs 20o per do en NOAH WHITE Seventeen pounds best dronulated Sugar 100 NOAH WHITE seSll W H htoora Son will pay cos for hides and furs For beat GrocerIes at lowest prtc see Hartford Grocoy Co A tmilo of satlsfaeton goes wlih Query sus sold by Carson Go Our clottllng costs liWe well and lass long Carson Co Our stock ot Ladles and Mlsscs Wraps Is complete Visit us Carson Co- If you are looking fur Clothing fo men youths us children see Carson Co For a meal or lunch go tp the ruty Restaurant Plenty tu oatprIcesr- lgM For first class groceries see Hart ford Grocery Company In A D White building Try the new City Restaurant tor good sQuare meal ARDUCKLE CO PROPS Mr D S Flener of Cromwell was one or our ploaaznt callers while at tending court yesterday 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 bo round at the CIty Restaurant undre the new management They wlll treat you idght at the City Restaurant Every customer sat IsUed- ARDUCKLE CO Props Dr Oscar Allen who has been Ilwoy- takelug PatGraduato Work has returned to Cromwell to resume hi pmCUce blr James WJ11ttlnghlll near Fords villa who Is n member of the peUt Jury remembered us pleasantly while to the city this week Charlcgs lass Goodin was formerly bliss Fan ale Cox daughter or Captain and Mrs S K Cox of our town Mr and buss A A Sheffield of the West Hartford uelgll1xrhOoll ore tho proud parents of a 91b buy born- Aoyember 10 Toho youngster has beet gttdsteua11V1111am Frankltn or1thenext Saturday at 10 a m DFORD Sec Messrs S A DllbrO Liberal Kan J T Allen and J Tom Felix Olaton Esq J A Edge Magun D E Tins ley Route G Hartford md J Ham Barnes city were among our callers Saturday Some miscreant throw n roc through the glass or one of the frout doors of Barnard Co Hartford las t Saturday night At first It wits thought that robbery was the purpose but no goods were missed Tho following are among those who reIRomney Renfrow Dundee Ky n c CroWdor Renrrow Kr and Jam WhliJtlnsblll Narrows R F D No 1- Miss Alice Stafford of Aurora Ind GritIfinford was formerly a popular milliner I In Hartford and has many friends hero who rejoice at having her vis It our city again thatwasDaniel near Olaton It Ina on It five well developed and matured ears The corn was raised by Albert Aanlela son of Mrs Daniel who is about twelve years of age For fresh crop eour pickles In bar rel kraut Herring Navy Kidney and butter beans prepared buckwheat Bleu sun drIed and evaporated peach esFamlly groceries Mackerel lard fresh and cured meats call at wr H MOORS SONS Meat Marke- tCOMINGIHarry 0 yam and his corn pany ot comedians at the Opera HOuso Monday Tuesday and Wednesday nshte next week They have a gnat musical tact tmpeze perforniersmu- sidans and goOd comedy eke ctkb- Admlaalon rservell wads 3Oc ad- missloa 2Q children lOc Ladles Take Notice We can clean and prose your XIntIsulfa skirts jackets cloaks or muffsA1lrle J nrttordre8 lng Wuft I s i NEW PLAN TO- ro v WORK ROADS DirFourdDistricts 1GhTho election de now over and lets us get together and see Yf wo can nutInauguarate a system whereby our roads can be worked much butter and with lets expanse 11ho writers will otter some suggestions which he thinks will bo well for consideration by elf concerned in the roods of Ohio county Wo fInd from the record ot our last Fiscal Court which WM In seslun loot week that a vast am plowlIngbelIeve we have as good overseers and toad hands ns any county In the Commonwealth but our road system Is a faIlure and as long as we con tlnue In 1tl1O old way 1J will never have any roads and we uro wasting our I money every year I want to weamay to Improve oUT First I think we shoUld divide the county Into tour road districts or boundaries I do not undentnke to sty the county sttouhl bo dlstnlcted ns I recommend but J do this tor order to get the proacaed plan before you I suggest the first Ilhtrlct be composed of Hartford and Cewtertown Magisterial districts The second of Beaver Dam and Rockport districts The third Rosne and Sulphur SpringS districts The fourth to bo oonnpased or FordsvWe and Ilartletts distrIct each district should be provided by the county with n grader and terms mu- fficient to were each machine Then we should have a worlnkg crew to go with each team this working crows to be under the aupervlsion of a road superintendent and oomrntsslol1er The work should be commenced as early as the tlr4 of AprIl is each year and now wo come to tIle question of road hundsTho Kentucky Sta urns provides that a road hand nosy bo worked as much as six diva in arch year Ve might cut that down to five dugs and they could be allowed to pay f3 and be receipted for II years work tin the public tunas making It ol utvnal w14r tie hand whtcl er lie pas hetchooses Ito work he talneuld pint In flue days orlIlgh hours per day and work under the commvl8loner while the working crew de on his rod boundry or ndJoining boundS thertto to as to bo M convenient to him as luneal bias Tho hand who lres oW work should do nIl work ImLgncd by the commissioner such aS butiding bridges handling dirt or rock and in fact nIl work that ix cunstdecd road working i Now firs tax payer or Nael hand Kt us hear from you Oil billet prOlUiItoll or some other plan- Rosxxrthtlly CHAMBERLAINk FoRentIDwelling house and store room See J W Ford Ilartfnrd ICy Baptist Church Revival A protracted meeting will begin nt the Baptist church In Hartford next Sunday nt the morning service The introductory sermons will bo preachI- c1 by the pastor Rov J W llrunel Next day Monday Rev M E Dodd Pastor or the First Church Padn chh will arrive and do most ot the preachlug rhore will ho srvlces dally nt 230 anti 7OU p HI iver REV M E DODI body Is invited and It Is hoped that It will Wpmoat iluccessful revival Rev Dodd Js a preacher or well known ability and Itrestige and comes reCommended RS one or the most able pulpIt orators In the country Subjecti for the morning ji xtSUllia Won by Ono sorvlceDejrJng Fire and I NightI t I Clothes Distinction A Consists largely in clothes that fit and the ones that do not When we sell you a suit it fits You will always be proud of it Made by the best makers in clean and sanitary shops You will never have cause to regret buying from us One of the reasons our clothing fits so nicely on the average person is that she is wearing the proper corset We have found that Warners RustProof and Redfern Corsets are the most satisfactory to the wearer that money can buy All shapes and sizes Learn if you have not already to dependon Barnard Co HARTFORD KY It h I Mens Ready = to = Wear I Clothing Values sand Prices that mean an actual saving in dollars and to any man or in this TilE STYLES found in our clothing department are absolutely tile latest We buy direct from one of tile largest clothing mAnufacturers in the entire country The materialend value ofevery piece of clothing wo handlo cannot he ea- celkclYou will find no awed hop or shod dy cloths all full sized garment in the latest mod ih fabrics Our dot he lira famous for their The values are unsurpassed Wo guarantee a lit It doesnt pay to take o chanceinbuying Try them on examine t he doth Suits Ranging In Prlcs Up fro Extraordinary in Men Boys Fa h- ionuhle Suits cents boy community workmanship here- Nounderahes uptodaten- ess CARSON COMPANY INCORPORATED r- r HARTfORD KY I s c i f J I t 4 i f jt 1 jC r FOOLED THE CITY iOns of the Hoaxes Perpetrated by Theodore Hook Ia the early part of the nineteenth century great preparations were made I fn England to receive a Spanish am- baaaador who was expected to arrive at Southampton A mLchlovous Idea came Into the head of Theodore Hook t born 1788 died 1841 novelist and journalist and above all contriver of that diversion known as the hoax The English feet was lyIng art Southampton Hook then a young man knew many of the younger otIIeers Deformed his scheme und ono morning a launch set out tram the fleet and drew up at the quay In tills launch was he who purported to bo the Spanish ambassador In almost royal robes arrIved two days be fore the expected time The mayor of Southampton who was to receive the SpanIsh envoy was greatly flustered It was all so sudden He did the best he could Several companies of sol filers some on foot some mounted were called out The bells were rung The ambassador accompanied by a number of young oWcera of the fleet was escorted wIth much pomp to the mayors palace There was a banquet and speechmaking one of the young omcers acting as Interpreter for the ambassador After It wns over and the Spanish envoy was supposed to be Qn his way to London the true ambassador arrived There was but a sorry reception for hIm The other ambassador who was Theodore Hook having perpetrated the greatest hoax ever known on a mayor and a city had exhausted the hospitality of the town The scan dal was so great the mayor and the people of Southampton had been so outrageously cold that to make any stir about the aNair would only cause them to bo laughed at all the more With the exception of the dismissal of some of the naval omcers who had taken part In It little was done and the affair was allowed to blow over Indianapolis News- MASTERING A LION Exciting Experience of a Famous Animal Trainer Show n lion that you are ids master and he will be submissive once per nit him to set the notion that you fear him and his antipathy will increase said Frank C Dostock the famous nn heal trainer aJn illustration otthe lengths to whicb owners ot wild beasts will go in order to retain outrol Qt them Dos told the following story Soma years ago when WI were at- rho Hippodrome In Paris l decided as- a special attraction to go Into the are na with Wallace A huge African lion Jhat nit our trainers had despaired or Tho house was crowded We placed the lion In n cage sixteen let square and this was put Inside ntwenty toot ring Two assistants were stationed In the outer ring In case or nccident I lead scarcely got Inside when the beast leaped nt mI It bit right through my left lam and with one blow ripped the flesh off my back Clear out I shouted to the two men In the outer ring I nm going to open the doors and let him into the big arena I was us furious nil the lion oly pride ns n trainer was wounded dreper my hack 1 flung open the doors TIthanthe lion sprang out The blood was pouring tram lilY wounds but In the excitement or the moment I felt no pnlnonly n tnnd desire to be mns ter I picked up n prnpertr chair and when the beast came ngnln 1 struck It full across the muzzle then seizing my whip I actually became the ag- JreS50r The audience was In something 1IleIa panic and loud cries or enougbl were raised But I hl1l1nt finished In ten minutes I hind subju Fated Wallace to such nn extent that he cowered like n dog I Jot out or the cage nud just rlntld away From that day no one attempted to teach WnllntcPenrons Weekly The Good Dinner The successful hunsekeeper wasI planning a dearer for u few ot her busbllOlls trluudll I I must have apple pie and cheese for dessert she remarked without n thicker ot fndeelslou Rut I should thlnl you would wautIsomething more dainty this year suggested the woman who always worried herself sick over I com puny dinner uu lee or II frozen pudding Oh but apple pit is my husbands Javorlto dish When he has company 1 always serve what be likes Jest then ho thinks his guests have had such a good dinner and everybody Se happy At least my husband and I are happy und If the guests arent no one is the wlserev York Press Bible Eating I nm told by u lady resident that In the Hampshire parish In whIch I am writing there Is living at the present tIme a good woman who once ate a r Ncw Testament day by day and leaf by leaf between two slices of bread end butter as a remedy for fits this Was treating the Bible as a fetich with j z1eII tI vengeanceLondon Notes and Quo LHeLeft I may have remalaed a trIne late but her remarks were too pointed What did she say lrerdy1 Told me their lease was about to expire Loulsvllle CourlerJournal- z R No Danger cWorldly AuntSee here Edith that p young man to wham youvo engaged i Pourself1e his futur assured Niece- r 1 oh yes auntie ne was baptized as- Jt cWldJudsesLlbraryc rt r v Pauing of the Organ Blower The organ blower Is pluNdng He will soon be like the armorer extinct said a musicIan Its a pity Ho was a quaint typed Most otmy blowers were simpleminded old chaps who firmly haltered they must suIt theIr blowing to the mustc insgft light paseagei they blew soft and light When the crescen dos thundered forth they worked fran tlcally blowIng with all their mlgbt and main Often a facetious reporter on the local paper would refer to the excellent blowIng ot the organists assist ant Mr BellowS Thea the blower In his vanity would develop all the after taUons of a Paderewskl or a SOUSI Now hed blow delicately a dreamy smile on his lips his eyes half closed The music would change to a march and bed stamp his toot In time while up down UP down the old bellows In time also would be jerked At a ell max his taco would redden hed bend to his task and blow so fast and furl ous that the organ would nearly burst Philadelphia Bulletin Another Cue of Faith I wrote a medical friend ot mine In Landon about a curIous discovery which I made recently quite by chance but which I shall never publish to the world through the scientific journals said a Brooklyn doctor last week Not long ago this friend sent mo about fifty little dark colored pellets Dud ho wrote mo that they were a new combination ot drugs that ho had found particularly good In cases of brain fag He asked mo to try them on my patients and report During the next month or so I doled out the pel lets to several ot my patients who came around complaining ot tired nerves All of them said that the med- Icine did them a lot of good Yester day however I was goIng through my once desk and discovered those pellets from London Intact In the plain envelope lu which I had placed them A hurried but anxious Investigation dIsclosed that I had been administer- Ing to my nerve weary patients some wistaria seed that my wife bad gath erect put In a plain envelope and laid inadvertently on my office tableExchange No Lie After All They were telling fish stories and at last the tall lank man on the crack er barrel said rwent down to the river this morn Inl and although the water was high almost to q flood tool a ten toot pike Stop there exclaImed the fat man tvlth the corncob pipe Tel us you took an eight pound trout and Ill sit Idly by but a ten toot plkenev- erl Annnias died for less than that I took a ten toot pike pole con tinned the unrufled tall lank man on the cracker barrel and In less than five minutes I hooked out a fifteen toot bass See here See here I yelled the man who owned the grocery Youll have to go any from here to finish that lie I hadnt got no Iightaln rod on this store ylt I hooked out a fifteen toot bass wood log persisted the tall lank man and 1 want to ask how much you think I kin glt for it Not Aptly Worded An absurdly worded statement of a tact which was not In Itself remarkable recently tried the gravity ot the listeners It was on the occasion ot the funeral ot un elderly woman In a- New England town She had left an old mother nenrly ninety years ot geI- IIHI nn only sou who was well on toward Ilfty Cue servIces were conducted by n timid young clergyman recently settled lover the parish After praying for many and various things he said And two we especially pray that the Lord will comfort and sustain In their loss nUll sorrow One Is the or titian who although no longer young Is nu orphan still and must so continue lbe other Is the mother far advanced In years who has survived her daughter although considerably her senlorYouths Companion aka MEN iNHALLS Chill and Fever Tonic as a general tonic for tired feeling and malaria- ow Cutting Miss HomelelgliPerhaps you wont believe It but a strange man tried to kiss me once Miss CuttingIteallyl Well hed have been a strange tuna if hed tried to kiss you trlcelIIustrat- cd lllts- A Great Success First Young WlteDo you find It more economical dear to do your own cooling Second Young WlteOh certainly My husband doesnt eat half so much as he dldLondon Punch To shock oftenbetter than to please them The majority of mankind need the shockingEmerson IAD ReliableCATARRH Elys Cream Balm Is quickty absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals anti protects the mew rellultlntromCatarrl1 away B Cold in the EEVERstoresTasto and Smell Full sizo60 cts atDru gists or by mail In form 75 cents L11iJrnthes LG Warren Street Now York Stomach bdanc Liver Troubles Much sickness starts with w k tom poor impoverished blood Nervous end pile plillack good rich red blood Thellstomachs need Invigorating for alter alla men can beano than hie stomach A remedy that makes thetomaoh stroagand the liver active makes rich red blood add overcome and drivel out dlesleproduclqgbacteria and curesa whole multitude Get rid of your Stomach Weakness and Liver Laxlaeaa bytaldn a coarse of Dr Pierces Gollle MedIcal Discovery the great Stomach Restorative Liver Invldorator and aioe4 Cleanser You cant afford to accePt any medicine of asowseo- mpeslllos as substitute for Golden Medical Discov cry which ian medicinooRxNoaN coueosmoN having a complete list of ingredients In plain Englishon Itibot- tle wrapper same beingItteatedaa correct under oath Dr Pltrw Pleasant PeliH regulate and Invigorate Stomach Liver and Bowel OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 15Q THE REPTHLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemoelat 175 TIE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farmr 12 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekOwPnsboroInquirer 17 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 32 THE ttEPUBLIOAN tend lJallY Vwensooroinquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Oboro Messenger 17 TilE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Now Idea W mans Magazine 135 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 1b Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN + + u+ + + u + ITHE KENTUCKY CoiI Wlhh WIRK YOUR NOUSR RY COST i ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WiTHOUT THEM WHEN ni REACH I IE G BARRASS Manager I II+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + I + I GOOD POSITIONS Draughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 80000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuition BOOKKEEPINGDraughons competitors by not accepting that he teaches more Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can con vince you SHORTHAND 10 per cent of the United States Court deport ors write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it is TH BEST FOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON PresIdent DRRUGHOWS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE Ilxconronanol EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPUIS COME ARID GO WITH US ON A GRAND FR- EEMEDITERRANEAN TOUR- We are going to send twenty young women be tween the ages of 16 and 50 white of good character on n two months tour to the Mediterranean t The Azores MadeiraGibraltar Morocco Southern France and Italy We will pay all expenses of ev ely kind for J thorough enjoyable tripe The Tour Will Be Personally Conduct dd Write to the Tour Department The Herald Louisville Ky For Full Information SURE GUR For All Diseases f STOMACH LIVER KIDrs f LEOTRIB Quick aeUtanc1 Cwe for Headache acKacbo DLzslaeee- IaUgeMloh Malariaetcc r r A z nixeortorhieoaxieyt Circuit CourtT JrBltkllead Judge WZloLJJturJuJerlelli4 Mastdr CommINloi1erY i Moes fey Tiuatee Jury Fund R B Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputlus A- DttAtuhee WC Aeh4ey 1 W Martin Great Pollard Urt eontenee tiro Mood in Jlfarh and con moadajInCounty CourtW D Taylor JUdp WoodwardAttorney first Monday In each month Quarterly CourtBegins on the thIrd Monday w January April July and co tober ruesdayclay la October SurveyorShreveRoyJame DWeeaeSchool Superlntena out Hartford Jerome Allen CorOna Jingo JUSTICES COURTS NJuneW P MIller florae BranchMarch X June 26 September 25 December Zs W S Lean DundleMar1111 21 Jun 28 September 28 December 27 W n Edge loordsvllleMarch 2SJunZ September 27 December 2S- D S ChamberlaIn DedaMarch SJape 26 September Zb December 28 Herbert tender CcntertownMarcll- j 80 Jung 29 September 29 December n HJuneHARTFORD POLICE COURT 8OfenuCltyUconvenES second Monday In each month MayorGeorge DarIHdoller Williams and JCrnest EllIs YCroweBarnttt and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES thirdSunday7 P m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Pray iCTeDlngRevTlaptist ChurchServlce held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday everyWednesday SundayinRev T C Wilson Pastor ICTOIJfourthp m Roy Henry Clay Ford Pastor SECRET UOCITIES Hartford Lodge No 676 F A Ma MondaynightW M E P Moore Secretary Keystone Chapter No no meets every minthCMRender Secretary- Hartford Chapter No 84 O E Smoots on 2nd and 9th Monday evening HettieRileyRough River Lodge No no Kntghtt nightEK of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 Ie O T nmeets every Thursday night E B ForemanRecordSunshine HIve No 2 L O T nMeets first Friday evening and third MrsEkeeper nIthe first Sunday In each month Asb RogersAdjtOhIo Tribe No ltd Imp Order Reel Men meets second and fourth Wednell day nIghts 1n each month C E Morrison Sachem A E Pate Chief ot Records Acme Lodge No 339 I 0 O F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 L N Gray N B D D Scl1roater Secretary Carpenters and Joiners local No 1881 meets 1st Saturday night In each month Noah Skaggs Free W D Luce SPcTnos OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of National Officers C O DRIAYTON Pros Greenville Ill M F SHARP VlooPrc Bowling Green Ky S D KUMP Sec A Trees Indianapolis State Officers J d CANTRILL Pres Georgetown K S H ROBERTSON See Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam KyOAL P KEOWN Treas Hartford K- rCE SMITH See Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION HartordKy1 L B Tichenor Hartford R F D No 5- 2J A Belamy Whlteeville DNo4T W McQuady Balzetown XY 6 Riohard Plummtg mayor iMine B J L Drown Rockygtd lITERSr ThebeattoalcCuzatlviMedicine j eus Sic Gbaiandry IJ C i pOniOa1Lj t rrOB T oJtlij f QAtNETT 1 sMITH a ATTQRN rt AT LAW s r HARTFORD KY H 111 prsetlce ttielr groteea on kt all hi j courts of Gh1o aadaiIJIblcl coup tiel and Court OfAypeais Speofalat Ftolice of n4 Real Estate La- SpecIaIUes tOffice to Republican build Ins I L t PiFRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw t HARTFORD KY wilt Practice his ptofesefon In ObI 4- and adjoining lelAnd lathe Court ot Appeals llrlminat practice and Col- lectlons a Specialty Office in the BaaId building R R WEDDINGJ Attorney at Law HAltTFQRD KY Will practice In the State and Federai Court Prosecutes claims for pensions Eta CollecUona promptly attended toAlso Notary PubUd for Ohlo county b Office over Wllllame Drug Store R4- M LIIEAVIUN tIINESTWOODWAI- tDHEAVRIN WOODWARD en W HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession Is all the courts of OhIo county and givennel next door to Dank ot Hartford j YAN CY L MOSLEYtATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY titCourtsand In the Court ot Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Hank w n BARNES S AANDERSOUi BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at LawiHARTFORD KY jThe undersigned announce that they have formed a partnership or the pray IUce of Law In all courts State and Fed esal with offices south sIde of Main street oppoSIte Court House HartfordJKy Abstracting Titles and affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In oftlcoIW U BARNES S A ANDERSON JOliN D WILSON CIIASMCROWB t CROWSLAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will praetdce their profession In aU the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun AppealsSpecialpractice and to collections otfioo on Main St opposite Court House and TNItOl MARR8ptompny obtlJlel1lA PATENTBrponee aDd pyoutowcca Bend model pboto or sketch for FREE mortreaaoDook ponI33506 SeventhWASHINOTea nt n KILLTHE COUGHAND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr ings r DiscovlIJFORC8HB1 t I ANI AlL TNlOATANlUNlTllOUKU OVAIiA lt TUDIATIIFAQTOZ OO urUItDzD I I E =R 1na Olphet4LrNoertandtr I 1Bwbrawaq and oftm 4rfaln4 alwr11eoroontouNua aWh mrMp Valte4 1ttM rGt tWASHINGTON DC t 1 r t v qt e i1I ESTABLISH A BE NEVOLENT TRUST ipckefcUer Declares resent Meth r in Charity are Un j tskillful I have hoped that through my sly t 1 tag 1 should bo able to help tab1fc Iteh efficiency In giving so that reach farther and deeper In meeting ije needs of humanity says John D Rockefeller in the Delineator fort la charitable work has been my aim for many years If a combination to do business is effective in saving astir and in getting better reSults why IB not combination far more Important In philanthropic work The jfceat value of dealing with an organl zation which knows all the facts and tan best decide just where the help ca be applied to the beet advantage long experience has proven to me cause one does not believe in pro miscuous giving la a reason for u- pi holding the charity organization ST j ety of ones own community which deals justly and humanly with the acedy Today the wholemachinery of benevolence is conducted upon more ec less haphazard principles Good men Mid women are wearing out their lives la raising money to sustain Institu tions which are conducted by more or less unskilled methods Why should not the money that a man gives to humanity be put in a A trust the same way as the money I1te gives to bas children T You safe t ard a fortune for your children yn aio not put It into the hands of an In J experienced person Why not be as ocreful with the money you lay aside tor the benefit of the people A trust should be established a benevolence trustrwith directors whose life work It is to make a study and a business of giving property and ef ficiently The following principles we observe 1m our giving First We give through an organ ization that knows the facts I SecondWe are careful not to dupll ease effort not to Inaugurate new oharltles In fields already covered but to encourage and enlarge work ahead r roccessfully ftartedIThird The a search for the cause of evils and an attempt to cure those evils at their clvlllzaIIFourthWe direct our giving to na tional and International philanthropic 1 rather than to answering individual appeals or to appeals of local charities f which ought usually to be supported r by the citizens of the locality TV FifthWe Insist on written appeal for funds tersely yet fully presented in order to secure a careful consider ation of theWprth of the object appeal ed for Slxht Wo frequently make our girt conditional on the giving of others in order to bring the need before people to urge upon them manyI sponsibility nnd to root the In the affections of many Money glvenlIpand the resources at hand and to glv employment to people at a remuner ative wage where it did not before ex ilit 1 Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS QASTORIAI For the construction of Concrete Pavements on Clay street In the city ofHartfordThe Council of Hartford do or ain as follwps Section 1 That a cnocreto pave vent five feet wide be constructed r on the East side of Clay Street beginning I at tie Northwest corner of the the property of the Tobacco Ware abutsIfAldoof eaW Street and coritlglous oqlth same and fronting and abutting on said Hartford WlreooSeeom panys said property a distance of 5teet being the entire distance 1d property fronts on said street f1 tto the Droprety of Ws F Schlemraer inieame direction and on the same sWeoj mid retfln4con tigioua to the property of said Schlemmer and abutting on said Clay Street a distance 13t59 feet to the- qrcperty of OM Taylor thence In V tbe same direction on the same side 1 ayJor81lfrontiiig anc butUng on A id street- a Jlstance of 156 feet to the property r tthef H i B n ItxCoropftnyJj thence in the same general direction Eui oa85111 Clay Street andoon4tgioueto the property of said Railroad Co r k l and fronting surd abutting ony said Street a distance of 210 feet to the- bpatty of Q W Bunger itience 4 feet ia wldtiieama direction fafront ot and contigloua to the property of said Bunger and abutting on jaald Street a distance of 100 feet to the property of Jea Davlssonr thohce same direction In front of and conn tlglous to the property of eatd Devid- son and abutting on said street a distance of 127 feet and crossing Dog Street to the property of Mrs Woln shelmcr thence In thi same direction and in front of and contagious to the property of asld Mrs Welnshelmer a distance of 127 feet to the property of MY L Hoavrdn thence same direc tion in front of and contagious to the property ot said Heavrin and abut ting on said Street a distance of 130 feet to the property of R D Bennett thence same direction in front of and contlglous to the property of said Bennett and abutting on said street a distance of 112 tote to the property of Mrs E P Moore thence same di motion in front of and contlgloua to tho property of said Mrs Moore and abutting on said street a distance of 133 feet to the property of G B Likens thouco same direction in front of and contlglous to tho prop of said Likens and abutting on said Street a distance of 153 feet to the property of T H Black thence same direction in front of and contagious to the property of said Black and abutting on said street a distance of 80 feet to Fredlca Street thence be ginning on the opposite of Fredrlca Street In front and contagious to the property of E M Woodward beginning where the said Woodwards property corners on Clay and on the east side of Clay and abutting on said Clay Street a distance of 99 feet to the property of Mrs Mottle Barrett thence same direction in front of and contlglous to the property of said Mrs Barrett and abutting on said Clay Street a distance of 99 feet to the property of C M Crowe and thence same direction in front of and contlg lone to the property of said Crowe an abutting on said Street a distance af feet to the property of Mrs Logle RoweSection 2 That the pavements or dered and directed to be erected by said Council be erected and constructed I I on said Clay Street in the City of Hartford Ky as set out In Section 1 of this article to be constructed of concrete four feet in width with a base of cinders or pebbles of suf ficient thickness to support said con crete pavement and that the same andImanner with the specifications and directions apI Wilson and that tho same be constructed according to the grade of said street us It now exists that is said pavement are to bo constructed on a level with said street and said J B Wilson Is herby appointed special engineer to grade said street find set stakes indicating the grade at which said pavements are to be built and this ho Is to do before the con struuctlpn of said pavements Section 3 That pavements be laid o tho following grade which la now es streetInlntg point as act put in section 1 of this ordinance where the grade is 100 At station 1 tho grade is 9725 at station 2 the grade is 9285 and at 2 plus 5 the grade is 9285 at 12 plus 55 the grade is 9140 at sta tion 3 the grade is 9080 At station 4 the grade is 8940 at 4 plus 11 the grade is 8920 at station 5 tho grade is 9060 at 5 plus 28 the grade is 90 35 at 5 plus 67 the grade Is 8915 at station 6 the grade Is 8890 at 6 plus 21 the grade Is 850 at station 8 the grade is 8890 at 8 plus 48 the grade is 895 8 plus 71 the grade is 8939 At Station 9 the grade is 8995 At Station 10 the grade is 92 At sta I tion 11 the erade Is 9430 at 11 plus 28 the grade is 95 At Btaton 12 the grade is 9660 at 12 plus 4 the grade is 9650 At station 13 the grade Is 9880 at 13 plus 73 tho grade is 100 50 At station 14 tho grade is 101 At station 15 tho grade is 10340 ht 15 plus 36 the spade Is 10415 At stutlon 16 the grade Is 10555 at 16 plus 16 the grade is 10625 jat 16 plus 67 1077 At station 17 the grade 1s 108 50nt 17 plus 56 the grade is 10953 At station 18 the grade Is 11035 at 18 plus 67 tho grade Is 11045 At sta tion 19 the grade IB 1115 at 19 plus the grade is 11250 Section 4 All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed Approved Sept 10 1909 JAS H WILLIAMS Mayor Attest OEO LEWIS Clerk r Kills to Stop the Fiendr The worst foe for 12 years of John Deyo of Qladwln Mich was a running ulcer He paid doctors over BucklenArnicahim Cures FeverSores Bolls Felons Eczema Salt Rheum ncal1ll ale for Piles Burns Scalds Cuts Corns 25c at ail Druggist 1 f1 I n I a THOU sUALTy NOT KISS Iowas Idea of Putting Down I t Kissing by Persuasion Grandmother legislation is not in it with the Iowa State Governments crusade against kissing But this must not be characterized as moddenauntly Its motives being not prudish but sanitary as a correspondent explains Pending complete notion against tuberculosis by some state which will make It penal for any one to breathe Iowa Is attempting to put down kissing by persuasion At the cost of the state an artistic elgn hung with pink and blue rlb bone and bearing the legend Dont kiss me is sent to every household in Iowa where a child Is born to be form might secure the grateful vote of every bachelor uncle were it not accompanied by a whirlwind tour In which the state lecturer on health has enlisted the services of 2000 of It was rash on his medIlealcustom holding no joy but in spite of that he has got his 2000 who will circularize all ypung people going to evening parties with printed warnings against the deadly habit Finally there are to be 100 prizes for every unkissed girl of fifteen with 25 more for every year she holds out Of course It is really Impossible to prove such a negative but no doubt the girls word will generally be taken In some cases her face may be her fortune as conclusive evldonco In itself and if the funds run short there may be a movement for reducing the reward a u Ladies Take Notice A nice line of Picture Frames completed at low prices 3tf HARTFORD MILL CO The Oldest Love Letter If course love is as old as human ity Itself but love letters are of I muchlater organ A recent discovery in Ohaldea dis closes that at least four thousand vOur Distillery is located in the heart of the worlds greatest whiskey produc ing District Nelson County Kentucky Oldfashioned whiskiesmade in an oldfashioned wayat an old fashioned distillery Try usthats all we ask n years ago clay and papyniewore used by seperated lovers to convey tender messages to etuchi other A billlt doux written in clay and dating as far back as 220 B C has been found and has been translated as follows To the Lady Kashbuya little ewe says Qlrall Marduk the favorite of Morodach this May the sun of God of Marduk afford you eternal life I write wishing that I may know how your health is Oh send me a message about it I live in Babylon and have not seen you and for this reason I am very anxious Send me a measure that will tell me when you will come to see me so that I may be happy Come in Marchevan May you live Ion for my sake This ardent epistle was sent by a chesvan is entirely based on the writers wish that his lady love may share with him the festivals and gay times which were enjoyed in that monthThis ardent epistle was sentt by a lovestricken resident of Babylon to a woman who lived In Sippara a place referred to In the Bible as Sophar vain and constitutes perhaps the oldest love letter In existence New York American MEND EN HAL L S CHILL TONICB- est for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed Racy The taco Isnt always to the swift Sometimes It is to the wise man who knows how to fix things Chicago Dally News His Kitchen Setter Little Oscar aged five had a dog which was almost always to be found behind the stovo In the kitchen Os car once visited at a house where there were two fine dogs The master of the house told him that they were Irish setters The little fellow who was very fond of his pet answered quickly Aflno Is a kitchen setter The Delineator For Sale Twenty five acres of first class Rough river bottoms three miles West from Hartford 125 per acre take it Apply to or address- A A SHEFFIELD HartfordKy flMtefowrf No7 Bth Co Controlled COMPANY Tenn Shreveport ISHIth nvurS r Paducah Ky- Cairo III New Orleans La YouPaythe Packed In Jugs or Bottles as you wish Red Rock No J Nebon County Bourbonl200 penaL Lincoln County Ten n Jack Daniel Distillery 200 ElMaryland Rye Baltimore 200 piJack Beam L Kentucky Whiskey 200 gal White or Yellow Corn whiskey StlU UOUM 200 gal Robertson County Tenn Greenbrfar DbtUIery 200 gaL Red Rock X Hand Made Sour Muh Bourbon 2DO gal Red Rock XX Hand Made Sour Math Bonbon 300 gaL Red Rock XXX Hand Made Sour Math Bourbon 360 gal Red Rock Special Kentucky Bourbon 400 vat Moss Rosa Rye Beet In our Stock 600 gaL Sherwood Rye Baltimore Maryland 400 pIWhite Label Rye Straight Rye Whlakey 260 gal Jack Beam Nebon County Kentucky 260 PIEarly TImes Nelson County Kentucky 300 gale Jack Danbb Straight Tennessee Whiskey 250 gal Qreenbriar Oroenbriar DUUllcry Robertson C County Teas 800 piRyo 300 gaL Whlake A In 160 gal- NorthCarollnaWbltCorn Whlaker A Jugs 160 pIOld Fox Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey j I Only 1150 PL Apple Brandy Clermont Dlstnilna CoOO to 400 raL Peach Brandy CJermont DlitiUlng Co 200 to BOO gaL Rock and Rye e 200pugL Peach and Honey a n 200 gaL Gin Imported and Domestle200 to 400 gaL Genera Gin Imported 600 PL Alcohol 1 j1600 1260 WOO and 4W gaL BottMIn Bond Whlskhs t2ob2oldJack Beam felaon OountyKntucky 400lIiO 1150 Old Taylos Franklin County Kentucky 400 760 1100 Famdale Rye Jefferson County Kentucky 400 1M 1100 Old BagbyVNeboa County 400 1M 1100 Tlme County Kentucky 4SO 860 1200 Rod Rock RJe County Kentucky W 8CO 1200 i p a r c it a 10 Meat II II ALCOHOL 3 PER AVeilelablePfrparalionfaAssimilathi tfngWeStol hta9dDottrtsof INFANTS fCHILDREN ti Promotes Digeslion1Terdtd dp nessandRratContatasneiita 0pnnot Morphine nor Mineral NOT NARCOTIC s lagiraloldAf 77J111ffiti I tJJJrold j 1IIIfIIyMII1mY iaIAperfectRemedy forConsflpa a ash ncssandloSSOFSLEEP M s Facsimile Signature of 1 e NEW YORK rd1 y rantee un m Exact Copy Wrapper FaradayTyndall I Il lustrious Michael Faraday has this to say Hs nature was Impulsive but there was a force the impulses which did not permit It to If In his warm moments formed a resolution In his cool moments made that resolution good Thus his fire was that of a solid combustible not that of gas which blazes suddenly and dies as suddenly away A man may not resent an aspersion against himself but will defend the accuracy of his thermometer to his last breath Topeka Capital DMHIfiy District Notion Kentucky by the OEO H OOODMAK ptulucahKy Memphis Xa ETansTJUe Ind per Md per No Straight per per per per per per Straight per per per per per per pet per Gnekeohetmer per per per per per per per Holland per per per Jofaaoa Il rt Fo of behind retreat he he Right he Ja To Our Customers Every wo sell conforms fully to the requirements of the National Pure Food Law Every we sell is subject to approval If you are not entirely from any cause return the goods at our expense and your money will bo refunded We understand fully the advan Cage of prompt shipment and maintain a night and day force at all our houses Wo spare no Imentsantee safe delivery of orders For the benefit of theuRE we bottle any whiskey listed ten or twenty half pints at regular gallon rate theIWe will ship four quarts 200 goods assorted Personal checks accepted when sender is rated in or Bradstreet otherwise send money order exchange or registered letter Do not send currency or silver in the open Buying whiskey by mail is largely a matter of confidence Wo want to treat you in a way to goodwillshipmentupon these three things we are to gain and your patronage Ceo ttm Ooodouui CotN6r Any yank or Expret Cm t CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Bought Bears the Signatureof r In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA THC elTAUR 00Naay Mew 01111 ern Steam Up A train of thought wont do you much good unless you get up enough steam to carry It through New York Times Wasps Kill Flies Miss Marian of And over England domesticates wasps to kill files and other Insects that annoy careful housekeepers She takes the young wasp nearly starves it to death and then feeds It with honey and after once or twice repeating this treatment the wasp Is docile and will not sting the hand that feeds It How evtV It is not likely that her example will be followed to any great extent We intend to make every transaction so satisfactory to eachcustomer that it will be a pleasure for him to give us his business Yourmoneyswortha thats our idea of the way to make business goodand ours is the largest business of its kind in the South r cJLcowriJI4INCORPORATED I Express Always 201203205 Lower IEvansville HANDLER shortmeasure BlackHawkins We Paythe Expresssaga Old Cable Kentucky Bourbon In SUP only200 per gaL Brookdalo Rye Straight Whiskey In tugs only 225 per gal l 01 last hal Old McHaney Whiskey 100 proof Pure Straight Whlakcy290 1575 850 Smoky Mountain Corn Whiskey 100 proof PureStral htwhisker290 660 825 4 qa hit 12 qt- iMonogramBourbonorRye1210 47S f 10- 0FwndaleBourbonorRyo300 B75 860 Canadian White Rye 360 675 1000 Crescent Club Bottled In Bond 400 760 1100 Red Rock SpeciaL Straight Keptucky Bourbon 450 850 1200 Mom Rose Rye Best In Our Stock 560 1O50 1500 Apple Brandy Clermont Distilling Co 300 575 860 Peach Dandy Clermont Distilling Co 300 675 85- 0AprteotBrandyCalltornla300 575 86- 0AprlcotDrandrImported4oo 760 11- 00LlncolnCountyTeanaaee300 575 850 FOR THE REHANDLER All Shlpmonts In Plain Oaso oi Cask Express Prepaid limas l2za Tenneueo Whiskey unlabeled 100plnta00 11900 Nelson Co Ky Whiskey unlabeled 100 plats 2700 2100 Prirato Stock Rya labeled 100 pints 3000 2760 Shady SprlflB StmtghtWhbkey10oplat33so 000- 0dDominionWbiteltyelOOplatse3760 3400 rf t r f f t t 1 Iit j j Abs luy PureiF Ryal BIlkItPow1IN v r asdasfdS1 tlHJ iI OJ hsalthfulesa ofthrfood ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure ABOUT INSURGENT FUTURE POSSIBILITIES May Control the Next House With the Aid of DemI ocrats A majority aC the RopubUcms elected to the next Congress will not be insurgents enough insurgents may be elected to change the rules of the House by co operating with the Democrats They may elect Ule Speaker of the 1l0lmt front the ranks of the Democratic psRty It cannot be au- Uclpated tht It sufficient number of conItrolcould only make theIr ctLse Influence felt by cooporatha with the Democrats Suppose that the insurgents and Democrats should organize the House Suppose that what might he called the regular Republicans have Q large followIng but not enough to nominate and elect a Speaker The result would be II Republican split and the lots of tko control of the House Then suPzKSo that the Democrats and tho lusur QnS should pas a new Tariff bill rata ulted to t1mlr Ideas milking rulUui1 rtodUCtllJo1l8 The bill would have u1 IR1Se Use Swnite There would ant bK sufflciota number of tlltllrlOnhl lu the Sonata to accomp1- 1e1u the pIRatge of the moouro even by oho all of the Democrats Th- 110ttng s would ho dune The thue and roublu of currydrug the mtvusure through 1111 Louse would be uuore than wailed The worst l1tult would he Rnpub lean II nr irurduu and Iw los ur the Pres derer In WI The coming of B DenlueratIe President In 1912 would bring uoeertaluty lu hnucal and for a time tit lIMO would produce dull tlnws Can the Rspubllenns afford W COIl tlllbuo to wan of these ends We Shy no It 101 leglthllute tu flllllDe Speaker CMLYpll but rut to the ex tent or voting ngatnst him provided be shoulll Iw the Republlcan aomhuoe for Speaker II Ia legltlmto to adro cato lower Tariffs snd a revision or duties ge Jiy But of is nero legit- Imate for IbqvbUu ns to carry these Imnttoril beyoJ their own caucuses Des Molue Citrbal Card of Thanks Editor nepuWwn- I desire UINJG11 the columns of your paper trt UUllIk my many friends and eupporwti In Sulphur Springs Magisterial Ditrrlet who so loyal ly stood by we In the recent ellUtton- J have the liudtlst feel Dg for oachof you and If IIU 1IIIpcrtUmt Js ever afforded I atoll bo glad W subltJlt- Ially reward 1Id of you Very trrly JOHN M GRAHAM Programme or the seal annual mooting of the Owensboro Derxlctof Epworth League to be held rt Heaver Dam Ky November 2G 27 end 28 1909 FRIDKT AFTERNOON 230 Deyuttul Services Organlzn tlon and 1wr1at reports from the F different clmpdtru 1 730 AddnuRev n F Hayes The need of Leadetts In the District SATURDAY MORNING SunrJ IJrar7 rnevting Rev + I M Page 830DoVOiI led hy Mlsi Wlnnllre Baxter IOO Wlwt the Looguo expeota of its Pastor I A 1urry- IJ5 WlllAt we iwnr expoctaof his League S C NtiJl 11 930 trdUeNQ and how to over toms it trs Nopytoppeicher- i I 995 Boot lme end methods for s securing our pledge for the Hlrlllhima- GlrLi School Miss Koturah May 1000 Conference roundtable Ira DDhan First VIce President prgsidtng 1100 Address the need of a vision Rev G W HdmmellAFTEROON 230 Devotion led by Rev R U- HallfQrd 300 The Literary Benefits of the League J I Foust 3t5 The League a coaling station C D Thornton 330 Helpful Amusements Rev J O Smtthso- n3i6 Mission Study 1 How to have it to be supplied 2 IIow to conduct It Mrs G 1V- Itumnrell 3 how to secure the Library G F ChrIstian 730 Address Rev G P Dillon Ohrktlan Activity A Necesstty- SUNDAY MORNING Sunrise ItrJenneetlng led hy Mrs A L Mell 1100 Address Dr Thos Carter I AFTERNON- Corsecrwticn service led by W PI Gordon 730 Address Dr Thos Car- terNotice j I I JI I expectlto be absent from my Studio ftomlone to two whole days of each week This is for doing outdoer york So to avoid disappoint ing my patrons I will ask you who expect to have pictures made at my place to make appointments for the purpose either by mail or otherwise Yours truly EMORY SCHROETER Fine Inspection The local mllltln Cmopan H K S G underwent drill and Inspection lust Monday night and tho soldiers nc- IlulUed themselves splendidly Capt- W N Hughes U S Army retired Major Tnlbott Berry of Morgtmfleld and Sargeaut J C Barnes U S Ar my were the chief officers present Capt DeWeeso and Lieut Woodwar had offered a prizo to the members of Company II who shoulc undergo the best inspection as to equipment and soldiery qualities Competition was sharp and after four had been decided upon by one superior offi cer lour others were elected hy an other officer who had been selected to decide the couteat This showed how splendid the discipline Is throughout the entire company Finally It was decided to divide honors with tho eight who were us follows Corpo ruls Petty Glenn and Bennett Sar geart BLrnerJ Privates W D Gray Herbert Felix Armendt Ashley and Odlln Park The visiting officers were emphat- Ic In their praises or our soldier buys and said the company passed till best Inspection of any like body that they had come across In this State Honor Roll For perfect attendance during they third month of Wllliarue Nines school Voylet Chum Maber Chinn lddto Chin Ruby Cl1lnn Walter Reynolds Myrtle Reynolds Hattie Reynolds Flout Quiver Myrtle OlUver Wilbur Colebnugh Walter Craddocti Carrie- Wdtson May Wnkeland Ray Ingram Pearl Ilibbe Willie Ensor Julia HesS Beulah Cline LiLLIAN AI1ONROE Prin- LIIIJAN L Dm Asst A GREAT CENTRAG SUN 6ladlers Theory is That It Is the star lcyone THE CENTER OFGMVITYx9 According to the Astronomer the Principal Star of the Pleladea Ic the Body Around WhIch All Created Matter Within Our Ken Revolves It has been the dream oroli the 10 mantic nstronomers slncetho thineof Copernicus to pro a tbo eXIstence ot a ventral sun SAYS Lawrence Hodges wrltlug fu the New York Tribune Dy- tblll is meant u bell venl bdy ns much larger then the sun ns the sun itself Is larger than the earth round which the sun with hllIts planets must evolve It bus beeu lirored that the sun and nil Its satellites are rushing forward through space with enormous veloclty but whether the motion was In a straight line or n circular path was nut proved for some time nut even Itll was proved a curved path and that there probably existed u central hint that transcended the earths lord In size why couldnt we see It rbl only answers are that It would have to be nonluminous or else so fill away tbntthe light hadnt reached us yet But It nil the slats Includ lug our sun were chlldren pf this big sun Just as the earth Is the child of the sun and the moon of the earth they would have had to have been clung oa from the big sun with a greater velocity than that ot light In order for the big sun not to be visible And still be luminous also the big sun would have to be luminous It any ot Its children were for that Is the In variable law of the heavens So the problem simmered down to finding a star or group ot stars that would take the place ot the central sun The motion ot the solar system bar lug been settled as to fact quantity and direction astronomers set about to find the center ot gravity of the whole astral system for there It auy where the central sun was to be found An astronomer named Mad ler thought he had found the star to satisfy the necessary conditions In the constellation known as Taurus or the Dull A closer search proved the spe clul still under examination to bu lack Ing In some ot the coodltlons so this one was left and the search begun anew This same astronomer persist ed In his search with u wonderful faith In his theory and at last found a star fulfilling ln the most wonderful and complete manner the necessary conditions Every one Is familiar with the beautiful little cluster known as the Plelalles or seven stars The telescope however shows fourteen stars clustered nbout the beautiful and brll- lIant star AlcyoOl which lathe op tical center of this group The proper motions or all these have been determined with great exactness Tbey ore nil lu thesawe direction and are nil nearly egfial to each other and what is still more lmportant the mean ot their proper motions dyers from that of the central star Alcyone by only ouethousan th ot n second of arc III right ascension nllli by only two thuusmudths or a second In declination there then Is found a ma nUkent group of sunJ either actually al1hd together nod sweeping together through space or else cumposiug a cluster so situated as to be affected by the same apparent motion produced by the suns progression through the celestial regions nut an extension of the limits or 10- slarcb rouud Alcyone exhibits also the wonderful truth tho tout ot 110 stars bring within 15 degrees ot this centerr there are sixty movIng souththat Is In the same IllrectlonIn full accordance with the hypothesis that Alcyono- Is the center fortyniuesbowiog prllc- tlclllI no motion while only ono sin Sic individual that moves at till con trary to the computed motion Thus was Madlers profound speculation Justified Furthermore assuming A- Irlona os the grand center ot the toll Ilona or stars composing our astral sys teal and the direction ot the suns mo- tlonto be ns before mentioned lad- ler Investigated the consequent movements of all the stars In every quarter ot the heavens Just where the swiftest motions should be round la ntenrdaneo with this assumption there they actually ex- Ist this either demonstrating the truth or the theory or else showing n well nigh Impossible sprieR of coincidences Therefore the coricluson given out by tadlll Is that Alycoue the prtnclilal slur ot thp PlelodllI now occupies the rrnter ot gravity and is at present thereat central sun about which the unlIverse or stars and ullrreated within our ken III resolving each entity In Its own special path Cordwood Counsel Fee A Barton county rnrlUr sought advice from a Golden City Dfforcey about suing his wife for divorce on the ground that sill did not ogrecwltb him on a bQrse trade tll bad made The attorney advised hlmandlO farmer ngreei1 to pay bltti for Jf In cordwood A few dAys lner tbwlre and one ot the little children went to Inwn with the first Install bent ot the wood and unloaded Itln the iatvyer- ssbedKansas City Star The Color Scheme Why do some lawyers carry green ta lu some Instances they expect too bill that kind of gamey ey York Press J r0 t j lrlt Inspection is thebeet cure tOt tell esteewWordawortb 0 IV A A i I f c R gO Woman 74uthet at Horner H memade am Jagradually dteap pealing from the tweatigth century Europe4nhousehold And Jet 60y rll ago geprgeSagd whoO treated pe- rol her domestic dutleslfbmewhat lightly waadlcpv red byy a visitor wearing a cotton dress and ablg apron and skimming a papful of lrlll destIned for the jampot It is not easy work she remarked I find it harder to make good jam than dwrite Valentine or Mauprat but there ate some tasks one canlotteaye to others Law of the Household Would we codify the laws that should reign In households and whose dally transgression annoys and morY ties us and degrades our household Uferwe must learn t9 adorn everyday with sacrifices Good manners are made up of tty sacrifices Tem peraneecourageloye are made up oJ the same jewels Listen to Over prompting of honorI1 W Emeraod According to His Nature He who hunts for flowers will find flowers and he who loves weeds may and weeds Jlenryr Ward Beeche- rt BohemIan Morale Is he a good artist She glanced at him with petulant disdain He Is a clever artist she answered pity Ingly no artists pro goodLlte Notice PersOns having express packages rpust call at office and pay for Dame before they cnn go out COOPER CO Black Dlrkhends old sand Notice to Old Customers In the recent sale of our livery bus laces on Maim Street in Hartford we disposed of nil our livery and feed q1lveleges and we are not now doing a business of this cl1amaoter We are doing n goneral ireigta husineta In connection with our undertaking os tabllll1ment on Center Street where wewill be glad to serve aU our old patrons and hops to make many nAw friends In the future Thanking you for past favors wo are Respectfully BLACK BIRKHEAD Does Not StirnA- jei ulat Sarsaparilla does riot Umulate Itdoes not make t you feel better tine then as bad as ever the text is not astrong drink No reaction after stopusingIt There is not a drop ofalcQholfr it You have j even gaiQ1f1at from a strong tQnicandalteratlve I We would your doctor about thIS Hef r knows irri1StJtim Do as he says erof we aU What are AyerspiUa Liver Pills tov have they been sold early sixty wears Do dOdor te lfill UA1 ASk your own doctor and had t J r1 t- L t Au IIMPQrtPL11 E rw r b IfiQpeOl i 1 p J 4Tnfurnishin or refurnishing t1irImpr4 left = 0rJn part too have it artistic whether expensivelyl fi or not Now that time is here For maKing the lJt = t home attra6tive fQr the long days of fall and fW = = ter we have solved the problem for you We = = aro continually oddingto 1U111fp iture bus hess = J = and ells show youfa line Hof goods that are tine = = qualed in style quality and low prich Use the Ifi same painstaking care in selecting your house = furnishings that you do in buying a hat or suit = = and we will get your order fi 9fi ft- fi ft i SCIIPOADER CO = The Only Exclusive Furniture Et- Q ft = House in Hartford = fi i i Big Paftnership- r r- AT JAMES BROS LIVERY STAQLEt Centertown KyS ioN I Saturday November 27i We will Offer for Sale at Public Auction a Fine Lot of Horses and Mules and Other Stock p This sale will embrace eight head of mules five years old next spring and six head of horses five tQ eight years olds one extra large span of horses Also five head fbh and two year old colts thirty head of cattle from six months tolfive years old 26 head of shoats twenty tons of hay two road wagons and other farm implementsN 1 TERMS OF SALEAI1 amountsunder 5 cash n hind over Son twelve months time with interest and approved security Sale will begin promptly at i oclockp nl- DoiltC Miss this Chance to Sete a Bar alai MQRQNKUYKE nOLL j eatertownK4Y r