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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 i t11f Jt I 1fJJ f ii t iartf d f I i UpibIictuttrk Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO Till INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF 91110 COUNTY Subscription I per Year VOL XXIJ wJRTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 261909 No19 A rOREWORK fOR CONGRESS I t 1 r President taft has In Mind tt Reforms 1- l I vt iItJ JNew Tariff Board Wlll Get Busy l 4 Within Next FewInWeeks i tW1l hingtonrD C Nov 22 g09 Those members or Congress who are oboriag under the hilludnatlou that when tOO comp1Gted tlrolr conald- a m lon of the tariff queat1onthey bad tnl6hed alt tho hard work that would r requirat or thom tor aomo you- will be SUJlp118ed to find that a dl- t4cult tj Ieglelattre programme has been r JfJf1pcd out OOOOe that wall call to- rtI most profound thought And best cJoJte Prdaldent Taft ltlae many oc- oommendatlonsInrplndsomo of which lie win pttt btore Congru In his annual nge He has outlined thoat lnhl recent apeecbea find It to not ary to ennmdate them lucre Secretary ol State Knux rims dote veined that In Ills administration o- the t State Department the oonunerol as wen Cl9 the Mplotsaibxaepe it shanI 7IO given careful attention He has an nounced that his chief work aid trout using tho vast nllucnce ot the Uufted States to pros ve pewee and Pubrmony amoung the nntlon8 will ho the extension of Ameroan trad1- mt only to tho FAr East buL In South and Oenttai America and In ttie Ottoman EmpireHe has aheadY IQsteted that thIs government Io recognIzed In China and 1 that American bankers be allQWcdto partolpato In tho loan ot 300000- 0Sticht tbe celesbA1 empire is about to 1IrDKox le of the opinion th i11 Amarlllbapttnl fs invested 1 Cblaa and it public improvements sett made with the asSistance ot American J11nawill Boon become an open tie d for American products and AmcrJca will soon fled that in China thero le an unprecedented demand for har modJU At flrt the European 4 hsnkon who had dotormincd to float 14i the loan rdusedto allow the Un1frd 9tntes Ito partfcipate but Mr Knox 1ns1sNed and it now scorns cent dn trlatt he will bo suooossful In gamin thIs new field for Amerioan capLa 1Ie has also made preparattonsfor the invasion ot Central and South America y knorican busslnose men while a wnrAJngeanent Jbeing drawn up be- twecn thbJ country maid Turkoy b- rghtoh Y the UnilOO Stnf wlll be given t falr opoTil1mt tloinvest mmney in the aaw instltuUonsut tho OttumulI Em pIe In order that no detail in this t- ealnpalgn for conmmrolal developme- nmy at he overlooked 8 new bureau of tJ State Department hns boon QS ta 1ehed It 1s called the Dlvialoru of Far Easter Affairs mud its rote duty C 1ti1l be to aid the commercIal advance Lent ot the United Stat iin tlto con np tries named Much Is done by the War DCInrt meat to make tings agretnblctor tli- ealisfed o men Plaoro and forms of or tgrainment are provided In order that a o Yermny be natisflod with his surroundings and care Is taken that a sbldler Who is useful shall desire to Zeenl1sl In this connection Major qi CMmWn of tho Inpotor Genera Jepantmer4r has made some rooomm- ations en e which arboertaln to bo given serious eonaldoruMbn by Army offfcert and to be hailed with delight theI esllated men This t eat agalnstthelmpatlonee whielr man officers manifest in their trenttnent et the men die eaya Malt 4f o use of hrmtanlty la more common than t9 a generally supposed and tht thlsrauU it more commOn among Ute t1011oom1 1 1 toned and jumOr9ft1 thI1n tong thoso of maturer years He mphlaim9 the fact that wberoover- tldsI faultis found It should ho oh9Q- kdby suporJ rs as omdU1dng as- parent tn to thg gu J1aSis tlw sup jbgthat the War Dopariamentt will Mton 3Iajor MorlonH augggs D l aFun rmtlenB with which to Unit ed Stratea has borne with t1he aotudutct wt PrsidentZelay of N4cSagua h aa r fx same iji thS p been s s tte Jet much t rb1e mmentntt1lo lrfrlgn prey Hid utter dlsre- t rFVittt sfi- i 1 J d Itt t r i f- A for the amenltiae whidt usually pro tall among nat9ohe his toilure t- mhWe by egrmen or rospOOt- proOOclsand rho high hl1bdcd man- n r In whlchbo hu trmtod aU ad rances trom Naehingdou have al- en tolerated without complaint bye beth State rtm tbut when roIsorders the summary exocuttoD of bw- Amcrloaas the goodnature ot Score tMr Knox and hle advlsera came tu an end From Wls time on tho donUn of this government with President Zelaya win bo Loathed bY unusual ex IIo will bd compelled to net accordance with the letter and ap1- rinternatlonalol law and a serious b reach ot this code will Certainly mean grfus oonsegticnCea for him The rovoluttonletevrko are tlghUng against him under the command ot General IIVtrpda seem grt dually to he gain lag thevpper hand and it Is retarded as more than probable that the next board will make a trIp to Canada wIt his mad cdreen IIt dB probable that the now tnrltf boarr will cosine B trlpto Canada IWLth In the next tow weeks This body ro tabllshod bY the Payne tariff law to advdse the Prristdont in tie Imposition m the maximum or minimum raice beUerea thatth0 most important sub joct before it is the qucstan ot our futuro relation with Canada Car tall1l provinces otthe DomIn- Ion 1mpose restrictions on Unit edStatea exports which can hardly be CDDSI rod other than Un due discrimination against this coon try and unlez4t they are removed trade war de likely ro ensue siter lour maximum schedules go into of tact on March 4 19l0From our Regular Correspondent HOME WAREHOUSE ELlS TOBAGGD To the Gallaher Limited for 9I 9 and 3 and Delivery is to 29n J Owensboro Ky Nov 23ShorUy before 6 oclock Monday afternoon EmIson Shaw and Price Baird re resenting the directors ot the Warehouse company closed a dcalI with Manager Robert bllchaels otl- Henlerson for the solo ot the enUr0 Home Warehouse pool to Gallaher limIted M prices rangIng from 9 down to 5 tar leaf and lugs and 3 r trash ThIs Is the same price re- oclvcd by the Green River association c but the home Waroltouso company thnIn accordance with the Instructions ot the mooting held here Saturday the lIome Warehouse directors atItompted to get a better PrIce than 9 tor the leaf and lugs but they asset t hat the letting go at that prIce byt the Green River aslOclation compelled them to take the same money The tull range of priceS is 9 9 3 8 l 8 fT 7 3 6 6 3 and 5 5 3 The average 1s about 650 The contract signed provides for theE delivery Af the tobacco loose frOm thet wagon at the local GAlltitier factory beginning Monday Nbv0 Immet dlately atfei closing the deal Mr- ichaelsM Logan preperatlons at 1115 lit factory for receiving the tobacco 0- I Some growers heard 6t the silo and rought theIr tobacco In today but 1 t could not be rectoved The Home Warehouse company cont trots about 4000 neron ot tobacco an- xpects d the acreage to yield about 4 ThlSImakestheWestern Kentucky thls seaSon and ore is once scarcely a doubt that tho I nssoctyfleas will go fIgures given above Thq Green River association a has practically closed at thesoVrlcesl and the American Sbofeiy ot Equity noteipected tpatald put alone 11 r lain sDaviEJJMr Don L Dnvlsand Miss Mau SprlngfleldllfennAs to whether 9hero were o or whether the young liod ttieItipvelfyroi nn clopemon- wq are not advIsed The bride l s thq dnughter of Mr Wilbur flames de eased and was born and reared bear tomanytte8tinnydafunefghliorhood an- garrthaamanytrleadathere c i II Iy r1Oo l 4- F r 1 t- ti CONSTiTUTION AMENDMENT Adopted by aMajority o I Over 5000 Result Was Accomplished in Cen tral and Eastern Portions of The State Frankfort Ky Nov 25Kcntuck y will have good roads Such fs the de teen of tiro people shown In the vote cast for the DosworthWyatlt goOd roads amendment to the ConstltuUon whIch last nIght showed a maJorl X of 6605 for the measure The votes counted up to n late hour last night and on the face ot which the majority la returned willbencceptedby the Judge Advocat e of the State In IssuIng thou ertlflcate making the new legislation n law While twentythree counties are yot to be heard from the trend ot the vote will not change the election and the State Is sure ot good rondt Only the votes of the counties heard from yesterday will be consIdered In the official count It was announceed last nIght by the Judge Advocate that it la not aces s sary to have a twothirds vote a majority being suttlclent to make tho amendment constitutional It IsdcGlared that even were the votes from the mIssing twentythree countIes counted the majority would stand and oven through ho same percents g voted agaInst the good roads propo slUon qua In the counties now hoard from the count would be little changed and practically the same mniorlt counted last nIght would stand Senator Wyatt was reached on the long distance telephone last night and expressed httaselt ns highly gratt dwIth the result tit the cl action He declared there was aboIuteI y no chance ot the amendment ho has so faithfully worked fur being d said the majority with Ptwentythrce counties missing stood 6605 Ho 8d that granting a tew or II mnjorlty ot the counties yet to be heatel from ehoulcl vote agaInst the amendment the measure Strout d yet be tattled by n handsome ntaJori It Is understood that Senator Wyatt and Senator IJoworth excllnnged con I grntulntlons fast nIght and also wire ngratulations to other workers In I e cause of good roads In varIous- pants ot the StatcIIKentucky Is now assured as good as prevail In any State to the UnIon Where before the counties were handicnped by a leek ot money I may now borrow from the State Government and expend the funds so obtained In repairIng and buildIng 11TheCommonwealth or State GovernmcntI extend credit to any county In State for pubCc road purposes and that any county may be permitted Incur as lndebtedaeaa In any 4mjl ounttlxed by the county provided la not in exCess ot 6 per centum the value ot the taxable property therein Horo again Is another provIso for the law says the matter shall bo ubmitted to the voters ot the conn at a special election held for thntOnpurpose This debt maybe paid by n ape clal tax levy In Dddltlon to the to levy allowed udder the Con dttrfu forr county purposes in an amount not exceeding twenty cents on tti lOOot the assessed valuation ot ih county It la further provIded ih oinking fund shall be maintained a r the payment of the Indebtedness From the time u was first auggea cd the good roads agitation has bee irdoreed Qnd fought for both In th ot the General Assembly and DoswrordoandSonatortk prograab ndlslatore have dof I I ItB3ptlstPaduca4fe preaching stone pia n convinCing sermons whIch aren boncdt4flea JO al who hear hint he dlattcndancods goodand proaiiects- tisgrea o r revival ark tcry proiulaing- t I I t r- J t SUDDEN DEATIIli OF E n GUFFY- f Jumps From Buggy Whe- r feain Starts to Run SkJI t Fractured and Remains Un conclous Until Death Ends Suffering Mr EsUIl D Gutty formerly fox many years a cItizen ot HartCordwas fatally Injured at Beaver DamWed nesday morning He had licea In at ten dance at Federal Court at Owens boro4 havIng gone there from hIs resent home Oklahoma City Okla hems last week and at the tIme ot the accident had storied item Deav er Dam tQ Morgantown to visIt hlR father Judge II L D GuCCy The team was driven by young Orville Hock r and was hitched to n buggy Just as the railroad crossing hall been made one side ot the tongue became detached strikIng the horses causIng them to run Young hooker jum carryIng the lines wIth him leavIng Gully helpless In the buggy Attempting to jump also his feet were entangled In the lap robe and ho tell on the stone street hIs head strlklng first Mr tufty would probably have weighed more than 2000 pounds and his weight together with the force oC tho tall tracurcdt his skull taus lnog concussIon ot the brain Ho was mmediately removal to the Austin Noose In Beaver Dam and medIcal afd was summoned but hIs case was pronounced hopeless from the start by the physicians and he never re gaIned consciousness lie lingers- until about tour oclock In the after rain when death ended hIs ufCer fags TJIp accIdent occurred about six o clockln the morning His mother reached hIs bedsIde several hours before hIs death but hIs father was too feeble to make the trip iron sonet to hIs relatives but his wife who was In Oklahoma City will not be able to roach Benver Dam until today The funeral and Intcm1cnt will take place 1ti Morgantown where Ir- GuCCy was born and rafted tragicIAt ono tIme he enjoyed a large Ilme- tlce at the Hartford bar and tool quite n Prominent part In pollacs was Assistant Secretary ot Stntl during the Bradley mlmlnlstratlof1- having been appointed by Chart Flnlcy Secretary ut State Later Cor several years he was CashIer In the Surveyors office at Louisville Dr BaIrd his Intimate friend who also lives In Oklahoma CityI and was with hIm at Oweusboroha relativesIto Beaver Dambut not arrive there until actor Mr tufty had been dead for several hours rrangements had been made to brIng an eminent surgeon from Lou trellis wIth the hope that It might operationI l attempted WilsonChristian saturday evenIng Nov 21 at G oclock at ttw brides home pea Caro Run Mr Ira Wilson ot Olato illsnRev G H Lawrence ot Bearer Dam pastor ot Can tillsicousin ot the bride was bridesmafw while Mr Herbert WUFon n Imtthe tired to the home ot the groonte par eats Mr and Mrs J R Wltsqn where an eaeSant supper was + rveUI The brIdal party were tastefully and becomingly attired and all looked very aloe The brldes thoc only daughter ot tile Q J Clirlstlan the wellknown and popular sInging teacher She lea beautiful gIrl with f accontptishmanta mId loved b mulelcllnle church tie organist having acrvetl In that crpaclty tor a number of yeara lilt iVlleincJa tairtc cungratulutb d t- rl A his choIce for II companion to hIs joys and sorrows through fe for Miss Clommle possesses all that goes toward the making up ot an Ideal household queen Mr Wilson Is a handsome energetic and prosperlous young farm ont any These two popular and deserving young people represantatlt ot OhIo countys most substantial tam Inca Ill startIng out on lifes journey together tike with them the heartfelt good wishes of theIr many and may they liver to enjoy nil happiness the future may have i store for them le the wIsh ot the welter D K A Urges OrganizationCromwetl Do you wish to better the condition on the farm It so you want to or- ganIze a Local of the SocIety oC Equity nt your schoolhouse or town In obe dlance to my appoIntment by S D Robertson State Secretary of A S ot E to organize and reorganIze Local hll OhIo county I wish to cooper ate with the Committee appointed by the OhIo County UnIon k S of F and will Indeavor to have one ot then wIth me on each call I hnvnt time to make a canvass an dont feel necessary but It you are Interested write me or telephone Mr- S L Stevens and I will snake app- oIntment as soon ns possible Yours Truly E W JACKSON HORRIBLE DEATH FOR CONGRESSMAN De Armond Attempts to Save Grand Son From dFrames Kansas City Nov 23lt was In a vaIn effort to save tho life ot hit little grandson that Congremnan David A Do Armond of the Sixth IIH80url District perished In IL tin that destroyed hIs home In Duller 310 early today The heroism ot the Congressmal t was made known late thIs afternoon when with his arm lacked around tho blackened and burned body ot the little tiny the CongrismanlI beep wnll tound The Cvugressniau tell with hIs un conscIous burden and both sankI through the liar to quIck death What makes the tragedy unusually pathetic Is the fact that the granllI son was the grandfathers Idol TheI two oCen slept together Last night the boy went to his grandfathers house and after aI haWY evening the two retired The next the family heard ot thorn was early today when from behInd the smoke and flames that enveloped the house the boy Creamc edjGrandpa get me out ot hereI Im burning to death Yes son dont be afraid Grandpall take out was the calm reply ThenI both went down to their death The remainder ot the family sleep- ug In the house at the time ot the tire Mrs DeArntond her daughter Mrs Clay and Miss Nettle Doles were greatly shaken by their expert sates Messages of condolence from all parts ot the country were receIved by the lloArmonds thIs afternoon James A DoArmond editor of the 1ssa son und the burnedehours save was Jlrevlmt by friends who know the silo ould be In vain s- WhiteJohnson MIss Doll White and Mr Jesse Johnson were united In marriage at the residence ot Noah White In HartI ford at 3 oclOCk yesterday afternoon Rev BaIley officiating TIle bride Is the daughter ot E L White dlscca and the groom Is the sal otlot John D Johnson They by2bgreside lthe Sulphur SprIngs ifelgh- oyhoodb where they have man riendsSFor Sale 27k acre tarn 1 mile East ot Iron der 1tnlle9 Wes or Beaver Dam good two story dwelling and out bulb lings Apply to JW CARTER bL Ky 19t4r SUIT OF BAIRD AGAINST COUNTY Tried Before Judge Evans at Owensboro Case Under Advisement and Expected Owensboro Ky Nov 23At a see slop ot Federal court Monday nIght a remarkable sItuation was developed during the trail ot the scion ot Dr A D Baird of Oklahoma City Oklahoma agaInst Ohio county The action Is for the collection ot n note for 589243 The burden ot proof was put on the defendant and the testImony for the county was heard first G W Martin W p Ellis Jamul Dolling and SquIre ulker80n tor cost members ot the fiscal court former Sheriff J p Stevens John H Barnes cashIer ot the Beaver Dan Deposit bank County Clark Tha lel- and former County Judge J I Miller all testified for the county Squire Martin stated that lie was npolnwd by file court with County Judge Morton now dead to settle with BaIrd and they gave him a note for 558085 In aetUoment of his claim Afterwards Baird returned and saId that the unto was dofccRlre and they gate hIm another note with the Interest added makIng 5Sl2f3 The first note wall cllfcountcd at the Deaer Dam Deposit bank and later paId off by the county About one year ago Dr BaIrd tiled suit for the collection ot n note for 359243 which no member of the court knew existed Judge Morton wt+ a supposed to hnYA taken up sad destroyed the first note given tu Baird The nuts sued on is rust dated but was due Augur I 1891 Judge filler who succedfd Judge Morton testified flint the note sued Oil was peter presented 1u the fiscal court Dr BaIrd and Ed Gufloy his attOl soy Were the only witnesses for the plalnUCC Dr Baird stated that ho waited 14 years to bring suit hc because he coul not fled n better In vestment for his money and thmlght the note perfectly sate and also lr caUSe ho could not sac until the tor rltory In whIch he was livIng became n state The care was submitted tu the court there befog a number of- daposltlUta to tic read Baird was rcprentcd by Elllst Stuck while the county was roprww sated by Heaterin Woodward and Barnett Smith of Hartlorl OLATON Nov 24Mrs J S Farris and two daughters Bethel and Stellll arrived from Forrester Tex Tuesday to hu the bedside ot lira Farrisa father hasupast several weeks who Is much lntprovcd at this wrltlng Mr Tom F Johnston Is the guest ot his brother George L Johnston at Ellzabethtown Prot A H Stewart and family have tooted near Arnold Prof und Mrs slngIllgcam +stly assisted with theIr oxccl lent voices and kInd words for hte betterment ot the schools The musical entertainment nt the home ot Mr find tiles Bowden Estes Tuesday nIght was a success tile James 0 Stlnsomhas m0vn1 to onriold Bond house on Church street In whIch he lived hari- ng been purchased by W D lic DanIel and Is now beIng improved Mr Crit Hallnnd family hare mov tt to Gott Edmonson county IRepublican Elected lfexivse In the sixth Illinois DistrIct lArlmerYStates- enate In place of Albert J liOll klns Moxie who was backed by Senator lorlmer wua opposed by Frank S rncIIlldependvotes Barnes 8317 and Rau0414 l j I I t r AI 1 IB I i l 1 I i NI MEETING TO 14 NEED BY6ROWERS I i To Ratify or Reject the t Prices Agreed Upon It is Knows that the Prices Nam ed Were Offered by American t Tobacco Company The Owousljoro Messenger says The Bsuntplefl and prices for the t t 1309 crop ot toUacco flxwl by the Joint selllnng cononrtUiec of the three tobacco asjctaitlone tovo been accept ed by Uw buyers and If tho iwolers will now accept tdie prices agreed I upon 9 9 and 3 there will be a r sale of the while crop Howover the officers In dinrge are very anxious that they be not crowded and that no one attempt to deliver his tobaccc until announowwont of sale and date of delivery tins been made which will be done through the prass Tho pdalurs will be called togoth F or in their rospoctlv couivtlts ns I tooon as possible to accent or reject the price llbe Home Warehouse i co plo will meet hero on Saturday At the lust inwttrn of this body n revo lution donmnding 10 10 and 1 was adopted but it was plain that many growers who lead pooled wIth thIs association wanted a lower figure so aa to Insure a sale It the higher pride be vixibered to stubbornly on Saturday it will probably mean a disruption of tho Jdlnt commljtee for It Is generally understood that the Green River OBsociaUon peopl are willing to accept the price and will do so at their meetlngs In separate couuWvs whIch will be called for early next week The A S ol E will probably hold ratification or rejection meeting early next week trot n few of th counties have already given Choir finance committee power to act and they have what In fixing the presonl price Apparvnfcly then there Is toI Ie no dlarupUoti except It come Saturday All tho buyers who ore to got 1 part of the tobacco are nut yet known but most of tiioin held u meeting pert of tin tobacco are no onI Thunulny afternoon and agreed tho projtoMrtloii or amount of the i yowled tubncxM that cult would get v Mull the plict 4 at iwhoch each would roe kvc I It Is kivowu that tho price that iris IJHI nmniwl wius offered by tho American Tolwcco company but probably nfit a conforencw with other buyciTB tlio principle of whom aro tile Itnpiiiul tho HodguH of Henderson J M Vaughn and of OwotwboruMr lhulI B out of tho city ho tolegttfiluMl thnt bo wanuxl uS I largo n pro nita of the tobacco asv ho could ht Mr OFlynn who was toIbachuelllhU8board of ooidrol will meet today to GreolllJUorwhon Uiey kwru tho points at which cad buyer sells want his part Icily tired llt year the soiling commit tee waR able er assign only about 31 iwr cent tf the amount wanted by wioh buyer hut the total pooled this year Is amuck urger and It Is prob able thnt time demand of each buyer wilt be mere ateuely suppl- iedChtiaren FOR CryI CASrORIAIMany Voters Ditnt Know GOld Things Abut time worth thing that Ken tucky line ever had on record as do ing was time voting ngalnlit the umaeud mont to the State ConrtltuUon pro viding for public road iniprovumouts That such H thing is unconstitu tional shown how far were our nn t custom front a ono knowledge of the 111tyears ago hoopla ac ccptcd bad meads as a matter of course Fifty yextrs ago the man who j agitated the question of county turn pikes was reearued as a dreamer Thirty yours go the writer romem bore In ono oounty in Kentucky ak leading citizen wade a campaign for Judge on too iilatform of Issuing bonds for tunaplko purpoaog He had sotno gwxl liorsug and oh er good stock lie was a prograwslvo farmer Ho was bt dljr beaten by by form hAnds lit mlreu DId small ftirmora whose prcjiuliwti were playa upon by lI a shyster lawyer who told thom Uut f HiS i1ll f0 rC tits rich Dormer wanted good public roads 06 that he cotnfld drive his fine stock over them and thus lord It over the plain people This lawyer Insisted that his fofflti tor and their fathers had got along very well with lanes and cow paths and that this newtangled road tor provement schemo was nothing but a ptnto make the rich richer and the poor poorer Any Inhibition In a State Constitution against road Improvement or road Improvement does not spook well for the Constitution The small tanner more thin any other man wants good roads The rich tanners can use flying machine Memphis CommercialA- ppealMENDENHALL CHILL TONICB- est for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed Many sufferers from nasal catarrh say they got splendid results by usln an atomizer For their bencfiit we prepare Elys Liquid Cream Balm Except that it Is liquid It Is In all respects like the healing helpful painallaying Cream Balm that the public has been familiar with for years No cocaine nor other danwrous drug Init The soothing spray ds n remedy that relieves at once All druggist 75c Including praying tube or mailed by Ely Bros u6 Warren Street New York LITTLE TOBACCO PUT ON MARKET Smallest Quantity in Many Years is Being Shipped to Louisville A noticeable decline in the num ber of hogsheads of tobacco which is beln brought to town by Independ eeat sellers for ihlpment to the city marhwa for this Beaton of the year localdeyear secItlonand the force of hands at Uie local de pot arc kept busy but such has not been the case this year Local agent angley states that only about half Uie quantity slUpped nt this time In former seutons has been shlj ed thus far this year and that they have foun it an easy matter to dssposo cf the work of handling tho hogsheads This Is obviously due to the tact that the greater portion of the tobacco raised in this and adjoining comiUes thus year has been pooled with the Burley Tobacco Society and will bu stored In the warheouses which are being erected for thnt purpose The tobacco which hay already boon shipped belonged nialnly to the farm era who raised only a small crop in many Instances not exceeding two acres of the weed There was unquestionably the larg ast acreage of tobacco grown In Li Rue and adjoining counties this year Shan over before In the history of tobacco raWng and by farmers who make Hodgenville their shipping point Hall this tobacco not been pooled as theroItobacco hogsheads unloaded here dur ing the past few days for shipment which would have taxed the capacity of the local freight handlers LaRue 2ouny Herald Too Pleasant to Be Proper Reading In bed has long been condemned as a harmful Indulgence Now comes tho London Lancet and says that It Is no more harmful to read In bed than anywhere else If you have the light placed right and do not hold the book too close to your eyes Out reading in bed is such a pleasant thing that it really does not seem as If It could Ie right Tree Two Inches High iniGreat Britain may be seen on the very top of Den Lomond It is the dwarf willow which at maturity reaches a height of only two inches Truth Tersely Told Clmnco shapes our destinies quoted tho Guy Well aU I have to say Is that some of us have mighty poor shapes added tho Simple Mug Philadelphia Record Our Government- Of our system of government tho first thing to be said is that It Is really and practically a five system- It originates entirely with the people toundatlonIFor Sale Twenty five acres of first close tugh river bottoms three miles Vest from Hartford 25 per acre take It Apply to or address Ai A SHEFFIELD HartfordKy J CENTILCITY TO REMAIN WETS According to Decision of Court of Appeals Previous Vote was Taken in Less Than Three Years Prior the County Unit Election Frankfort Ky Nov f8Tho court of appeals today reversed the decision of the Mulonberg circuIt count in the trio of John T May against J P Ferguson declarIng null and void the Iccal option election held on November 7 1908 In magisterial district No 1 In lluh1 lenburg county Including Centrs City In this election the county went dry by 40 and the city by twentythree In the two previous elections the city went wet Judge sassing held the law establishes the countY as a uplt except when It contains a city of the fourth or better class Central city being of the fourth class the court says two units exist ono In tUie city and one in the county outside In those circumstances the county judge lacks authority to roll an election as a voto had been taken In Central City within less than three years pre vlousJy I Making Bread Without Flour Breadmaking without flour sounds- as novel as brlckmalng without clay or as the proverb says without straw Yet the production of our etitple food direct from the wheat field to tile bakery without having firth passed through the millers hands is by lID means nn Impossibility and ft the invention of two Frenchmen Messn Desgoffo and Georges becomes popular there may be Pomthlr s like II revolution In the baking trade Some time ago a Frenchman named jezllle devised a process to make lourless bread but his scheme was insuccessful as his apparatus was nut able to effect simultaneously the grInding of the wheat the pulverization of the bran and kneading of the dough with or without odmlxtur of yeast and salt with the water necessary to do this work In the limited splice of ono machine This very thing however has now been accom pUshed by the Messrs Dosgoffe and GeorgeS This machine or pan ficator con Jets of a largo screw turning loosely In a case on whoso Inner surface is also a screw thread running In the ppoate direction Between the maIn threads on the cylinder arc smaller threads and the depth of the groove between the main threads grows progressively smaller from one end to th other so that It will hold the entire wheat grain as it enters the machine but at the exit will accommodate only time pulverized wheat The grain Is Introduced through a funnel nit one end of the machine which may be uounted either horizontally or vcr Icjilly To bring about direct panlficatlon on the Dcsgoffo and Georges process the wheat mutt be previously prepared It Is Washed In much water to remove Impurities after which It Is poured Into another receptacle hav- Ing twice the capacity necessary to hold It In Ha dry state About a pint of water to a pound of wheat Is added with tepid water six hours is sufficient to soak the grain so that It swells to double Its volume As soon as the grain has- been soaked through It may be panl fled dt la then mixed with the lIt OS SIIry quantity of yeast and salt or- thIs mixture need not be made until the wheat has been pussd through the machine Thus prepared the wheat Is poured Into a funnel of the panlficntcr whence It penetrates automatically Into time body of time muchlno passing through II distributor whose output la regu latfid proportionately to tho power available From the distributor the what tails between the threads of the moving screw and those pf tho fixed contrary screw which crush simultaneously the envelope and the hod of the grain making of them ft horn ogeneous mixture which jitbt before the machine already forms u smoQlbi astei Tho work at kneading Is completed by the operation of n- glider formed of two parallel surfaces whose distance apart tan bo rcgulat Theso surfaces are chiUiijels in- ed a F opposIte directions one Js moVcnble and Is the extremity of thu crew elf while the other is fixed fc Hie mtrary screw has a central hole through which the dough oaxiksi fn- tbetorm of a continuous rollTyiPyo- vent all heating of the moss during the work ard to maintain the proper degree of molciiure a current cfNvut j Q M t- 11u 4il ro btiIe maebine- The er iq 8 diiughonfueing from the Bwhln is put into basketo which are covered with woolen handallowed to stand In fc worm place As soon as tt begins to rise it Is dl yWod into long J man placed on wooden tables covered with warm cloth until tho moment when it fs put Into the oven After baking forty to fortyfIvo minutes according to the degree of heat the form of the loaves and their slzethey aroicmorei and then a brush ebflghtly moistened Is passed over the smoking top of each loaf to give to the crust an aspect more agreeable to tho eye Bread obtalnd by this process con tarns n euccesslon of holes whoso size Increases a they approach the crust which is very thin The odor gIven off Is very agreeable and much more pronounced than that of ordinary bakers bread New York American WH1TESVILLE Nov 17MrFrank HennIng has sold his property to Mr Frank Purcell and is now moving out on the farm near Ralph Mr F L Compton has sold hIs grocery to W T Greer who will hake charge about jtho first of next month Mr James W VheaAly Is having nn addition built ot lila dwelling Mr W P Kelly made a flying trip to Hartford Monday Mrs Marlon Inshbrooks Habltan Mrs Betty Voach Masonville have been visiting relatives hero for the past week Dr T J Edge Midland visited his brother hero and his mother at Magan last week Mr C A Kelly has purchased a fine bird dog and the quails are now suf fering Mr Ben Rnnrcy who has boon spending his vacation here returned to Calhoun Monday where he is engaged In the tobacco business The many new buildings being erect ed here are progressing slowly but surely Mr Onez HIckey Henderson Is spending the week with his parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Hlckoy Mr Elmer Derry has moved to our townMr Forest Sutton was hurried at the Catholic Cemefteryiast Sunday Mrs Joseph Boannan a very esti mable old lady died at her home south of Deserter creek of tuberculous yesterday and her funeral Is now being conducted at St Marys Church by Rev Hugh OSulllvan Smashes all Records- As an allround laxative tonic and healthbuilder no other pills can compare with Dr Kings New Life Pills They tone and regulate stomach liver and kidneys purify the blood strenthen the nerves cure Constipation Dyspepsia Biliousness jaun dice Headache Chills and Malaria Try them 2Bc at all Druggist ADABURG- Nov 17Thu farmers nre very busy strippIng tobacco Health Is very good at thIs writing Mrs Filmoro Oofset and children and Mrs Arrfiusla Baird lsitTd Mr find Mrs Hosen Shown one day last week Mrs R A Owen and sister Mrs 2urena Smith visited Sfr Wash Wed ding and family Saturday Miss Georgia Sharp visited lnI Iva Ambrose and Miss Nora Word Satur day night and Sunday Mrs Malinda Wright visited her mother Mrs Mar Himdlton last Saturday Messrs Scott and Owen Ambrose went to Hartford Saturday The Literary Society being heldat Mt Morlah Schoolhouse every Friday night is quite an enjoyable affair very large crowds nre present every Friday night and are enter aJnwl by the very best speaking and excellent music Mr Tom Hamilton Miss Eva anti Georgia Martin and Miss Addle Edge attended tbe panty at Mr John oil Casts brona Saturday ziJghti stir Tom Hamilton 6sprogre aetng nicely with his school at Bartlefo twits Eta Martin la progreaalng nice ly with her eohool at Tangl wood Quito a number of our young folks attended church at Dell Run Sun day Mr Bode Taylor has purchased the harm of Mr Dave Sharp considera tion nine hundred dollars wo cor dially welcome Mr Taylor and wife Into our neighborhood Solomon Ambrose called to see hIs best girl Sunday For 4 Pain InChest For sore throat sharp pain in lungs tightness across the chest hoarseness or cough lave the parts with Sloans Liniment You dont need to rub just lay it on lightly It penetrates instantly to the seat of the trouble relieves congestion and stops the pain Heres the Proof Mr AW Price Fredonla Kans says We have used Sloans Lini ment for a year and find it an excel lent thing for sore throat chest pains colds and hay fever attacks ACe drops taken on sugar stops cough ing and sneezing instantly Sloans Linimentis plasters acts quicker and does notcloguptheporesoftheskin It is an excellent an tiseptic remedy for asthma bronchitis and all inflammatory diseases of throat and deadly will break chestI an attack of croup and will kill any kind of neuralgia or rheu matic pains All draggIsle keep SlonnaUnlmeot PrieM 25c 5Oc 5100 Dr Earl S SloanIBOSTON MASSu U A Reliable AUMCATARRHrg9R o rrlvtRi oPIsGives onItprotectsthe brane resulting from Catarrh and drives away aCold in the Head quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size LIquidOreamEly Brothers EO Warren Street Now York tEXPERIENCE t TRADEMARKS DESIGNS I CopvnlawTa At Anrnn sending a sketch and deierlptlon mu our optnlon an PIIflJblCOmmllnlUon encyforecunnxpatenuytatenta speeiainotice without CIIflfe In the Scientific Jlm rl an Ahandsomely Illustrated weekly rnett elr eu anon or am iclentlflo lournal Term 13 a- earlT four rnonttai L 8ol4 brats limnOCod taaWasbNewYoak MONEY CANNOT BUY A BETTER PAINT THAN ANNA S GREEN SEAL The Paint possessing every essential qusty Nothing in It but what should be there Nothing lacking that will Improve It Pigments scientifically combined and finely ground In Pure Linseed Oil The Made to Wear Paint that outwears all others end that In wcarjng away doessograCu- ally leaving a perfect surface for repainting FOR SALE DYrFORDSVILLE PLANIN 3 MILL CO F6rdsvile Ky FAUGHT ROWS ccntcrtown iky DR LB BEAN Hertford Ky t N r r 4 triple Plated I Knivestamped 1 tlut lower through harder service than any be have a round bolsttrwblch does awn Inup whereato 1bardelLol mars 1M1 IIOS knives which give t sllrilIservice and satisfaction are offeredtelhaiWears Sit Sold by leading dealers everywhere Send tor eat alotue O showing all designs NnlllDltTMIA CO International SllTer CoSaeceaior Iaac- t I 4ForSle 182 acres of upland known as the I Perry Kirk fam located near Clear Run Sore 100 acres in spLondld state of cultivation 82 acres timbered In splendid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out buildings lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADEDwelling i and store house one acre of lot good out buildings at small mining townyin Ohio county one mile from R R Station In center of fine farming country No competition In bulneese For full particulars call on us 87 acres near Concord church 4 miles east of Hartford good dwelling and out building orchard plenty of water 40 acres In Umber balance in good state of cultivation A tract of land on the Sulphur Springs and Hartford public road one mile southwest of Sulphur Springsr containing 100 acres well timbered 50 acres In cultivation splendid dwe4 Iling barn and out building A good orchard and other conveniences atk 1t ding a well kept farm A tract of land on Halls Creek art it mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres in Dos toms two barns and dwelling well kept and in good condition We dont own the property We are only agents for the owners and our purpose Is to bring together the Wwecharge If no sale Is effected List i your property with us or If you wont to buy a farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY 1t y0f HI6 A Fib IcCAIX PATTERNS simplleityandrellabilltyevery eityand town In the United States and or mall direct More fMCCALLS II 1 More subscribers than anyother fashion miftilne million a Lat j cd styles patterns dreiimakingr needleworkhalydressingetiquette year worth double Including a Ire pattern copyWONDERFUL catalogueeandneweaahprize sea Mcciu co 2sa u us w nth SL NEW YOU A L KI- t r GOVERNMENT KNOCKS STANDARD OIL OUTS J1 i Must Cease Control of Subsidlar3 Corporations and share None J of Their Divideuds- StLouls f Mo Nov 20A decls40n Jft j yOl or the governmentfnthesud o 4 tIk1 tn the federal ctrcuft court hero 1 day to dIBaolve the Standard on J 5eomtmny was handed down here r 1 thus making pormanent njtinctio t against tbo comixuly which ref Maa4nss the holding company from wbsldlaryjin such a manner that the cOIlplracy would be porpotuaIed The action assn one in equity r broughtt under the proYIsion of the Sherman nnUtlrust law and the de cislon declares the control through tbo Standard 011 company of New JerSey ot more than 100 eondernsen- gaged in the reinhg and markeMng of oil as being in restmInt of ttrad Tho decision Is aweoptng the pov- erument beIng aus ntned on ncurly every point The only exceptions ure made in favor ot some of the minor snltstdlary companies named ns defendants These It is held are not clearly known to be dominated by the trustThe orders ot the court In regard to tho Standard company do not take I effect for 30 days Judge Adams handed down the decision The opinion was ununlmous lIS tile decree was signed by ell of them The standard 011 company ot Te- f w Jersey by the decree entered J5 enjoined from voting the stock i- I any of the defendant ompandos whIch 1 it acquired by virtue of the combing aIrJoweddon direction or influence over the acts ot any ot these compan4es by virtue of holding stock and other pOw- ers through the combination Th- other o defendant companies are n Joined from declaring or paying an dividends to the Standard Oil panyyof New Jersey on account o- ock acquired by irt through combi- natIon to vote said stock Tho court find that the Stanrjar Oil OOU1my ot New Jersey tho In 1 dlvddual defendant and several sub sldlary companies engaged do corn 4 meroe In potroleum or its products among the several states or wl- dol foreign nations and controlled by tho principal companyhave entered into a combination or conspiracy in roI- trafnt of trade and commerce among the several statys such as Is dtclll- cd illegal by the Sherman ant1trust law Doyond asserting that the decJs Supremre dale of the Standard Oil company in New York refused to discuss the ac ton of the StLouis court a e p Lived 162 Years Wm parrEnglands oldest man married the third time at 120 worked In the fields till 132 and lived 20 year s i longer People should he youthful at 80 James Wright ot Spurlock Ky shows how to remain young I feel just tike a sixteen yearold boy he writes otter taking six bottles ot Electric Bitters For thirty years Kid fey trouble made Ute n burden but the first bottle ot this wonderful medicine convinced me I had found tho greatest cure on earth Theyre a godsend to weak sickly rundown or old people Try them CiOc at aU Druggists SELEcrJIt Omitted for of space last week No 17Mr Wood Shultz and family visited at the Narrows the fl- of tit the week rPhelps ot Butler county has moved to our town Mr Strobd Taylor ot Neat Plains Mo and Mrs Dellla Cropper of Troy Ma who have been vielting their 1I- 1swiMrs M L LIlngfordhave turn lmmeMr N BaIze and son will move lhe1rw mill to this place In n few days 1 Several from this place attended x night4tJ nicely under tho J At Rlwade4 t 1 Farmers tire about done gatthening corn inthls neighborhood Tho Meld- i Is light t Mr Rboad otCentertown vlsltod his JD J Alex Rhoads a few days last Week Deputy SherltfJame VMattin will move to Hartford In the hear tu urc Marlbent Deputies we have ever had Il D pJ Ferry Cos seed man was In town iaat week gathering uP seeds 1r Fan Drake sad of Oak Grove vfeltedMr brakes sefer- Wet I Clarence Kea a Saturdayand I r 1 4 r- v f1 fr i I rkpy a 4 fik eY uiits The farmers have been bust strIp plng tobacco this weep ever are Vinson Smith Is attending court at Hartford dRtls week + rd W Ranney Is coniednplating a I trip to Alabama next month Soq L CaIn ai tended the deddcx- ttlon ot Rosine Sunday Uncle Bill HOuse has moved to- Caneyvll1e Joe Jarnagin ot Cromwell was int town Tuesday on bus nc s Elder R P McKinley ot IDlrUord- Is condutfJng a revival ot Sugar Grow at this writing 1Suoce to The Republ1cnnI There is more Catarrh In this sec fief ot the country than nl other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to b incurable For n great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local remedies and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment pronounced It Incurable Science has proven catarrh to be constitutional disease and thereTore constitutional treatment Halls Cat arch Cure manufactured by F Jo Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is the cons tultonal cure on the market 1 tp Is taken Inte In doses from 1 drops to a teaspoonful It acts dl redly on the blood and mucous sur face ot the system They otter one hundred dollars for any case it fail to cure Send for circulars and test monlals Address F J CHENEY Co Toledo Ohio Sold by all Druggist 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con sUpatino ATTORNEY GENERAL ON LAWnState Superintendent Gets Opin ion on Establishing In stitutions 1 Frankfort Ky Santo Superlntend yant of Public Instruction J G Crabbe- t has just received from attorney Gen oral James Breathitt an opinion con struing the law on sevreal important points relating to the establishment ot courtly high schools The opinion was written by this Attorney General In response to n letter ot inquiry from County Superlntnedent J W Rogers of Harrison county Attorney General IIrethltt saga that It lies entirely within the discretion o the county ward ot education whethe or not arrangemente are made with a oty high school or graded school for the establishment ot a county high school It a contract Is entered Into for the establishment ot the county school both parties are necessarily bound to carry it out The law com pelshoweverthl1t the fist high school In the county must lro at the county sent 1- In regard to the amount ot 4ndcb- tiellne which the county board may assume for the establishment ot the county high school the Attorney General tl S that it shull asst be nn amour in excess ot the income and revenue icr that one year The County superintendent Is exofficio chairman ot the county board ot education and a majority is always required for n quorum CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears rho- 6igaettua of Grace and Cannon had Fair Trials I SUllllter Mina Nov 20That Louis WGroce and Leroy Cannon the Americans whq were recently Put to drofh at Managua Ndcrlragua by order ot Prestdent zelaya were executed after a flair and dmpartal trial by courtmartlnlwas the InfOrmilUon received by State Senator George H Suiltven of Stllwater last night In a cablegram from James lf Hall a former Stillwater manwho for eight- yeatg has en engaged In business is Nicaragua Mr Halls cablegram sayerCroce and Cannon were caught with dynamite and a dynamite ma chine In their poseseionwdh whlch they Intended to blow up a govern ment transport containing 600 men KUra o Stop the fiend The worst toe for 12 years ot John Deye ot Gladwfn Mich was a running ulcer lie paid doctors over 40000 wlthodtbenetit Then Bucklen Arnica Salvo killed the ulcer and cure him Cures FevelSoresBolls FelonS Eczema halt hhoi9z Infailllblot Piles Burns Scalds CutS Corns 25c- at all Dr gglst f a toLi L OJt aA I J ilo i INDIANA FARMERS RAIS ED ONE SUCKER And Wanted Kentucky Growers to Stand tor Equal Price It became known on Saturday that the three Indiana counties ot Perry Spencer and Warrick interC9ledin the pool with the farmers of the Green River dlstrfuts of KentuckY had pulled oft and gone home In a huff Two versions of their reasons for leaving are given Secretary EmJson Shaw It the atethe meeting ot this otgaulzatioa Sat urday that the Indiana poolers thought they had been mistreated or turned down by tile Green River association and left the Joint commit willslooketo Kentucky for assistance again Mr Shaw said that their anger was aroused because their peculiar variety of tobacco was not reprteeeted in the sampling They were poooo with the American Society of Equity President Derry ot the Green River association was aSked Saturday withdtnwulsot the three Indiana counties from the pool He stated that the Indiana counties withdrew because they had raised a big crop ot one sucker to bacco a heavy but interior grad and expected the Kentucky growers to refuse to sell unless tIle buyers would pay the same for the one suck er crop that they pay for the bLotter variety in Kentucky Mr Berry satI ed that the Indiana growers were asked and warned not to raise the one sucker tobacco but did so anyhow lie states that It would have been nn impossibility to get the same price for this tobacco as Is gotten for the Kentucky tobacco without materially lowering the price ut the lat ter QUICKS t PilLS Will cleanse your liver and purify your blood and make you feel like n new matt In Memory In loving memory of Rev J R Bennett I odEh to dedicate n few lines I understand he was horn In the year 18H and that lie professed religion nt the age of 18 and that ho cons a mun- Irter for 25 or 30 years I lllwe known him for nearly five years and ot hit life for that brief period 1 wish to write a few words He lived with Ids devoted wife in the town ot FOfllsvlllehla children all being grown and seeking their own to tunes and lie conducted n grocery on Main street He conducted Ids business In such a manner that he gained the confidence ot all Ids customers His name was a synonym of honor and integrity I have never seen tile man that I would soonor trusted He was fondless and could always be found fighting on the right side of ever moral quetloa that confronted the people He was J regu lar attendant nt the MothilIstChurch and often neststod the irastorIby fill Ing his pulpit when it wns neccsatry for the pastor to be ill other litot the laborus work assigned him at thIs place Long wlll the sermons and prayers delivered by Brother Ben net live in the warts of the people of the little town ot ordsvHle lie seemed almost the Ilersondflcation of all those nttributoo which go to make the real true Chrlian HIs mysterious and fhocktng death caUSlll no doubt by a nervous breakdown east t1 shadow over this community that will bo long In breaking away Wall miss him so much A splendid noghbbr a ttruo friend and a tenderhearted and noble Christian is gone PUce to his ashes JU WA- DEChildren I Cry FOR FLETCHERS CAST ORIAWhy they Dont LayI Many who keep hens are asking themselves just about now wlayuhulr Ibatchedproper food and care during growth The size and general appearance ot- a pullet does not always denote the time when she ehouW comanaaece pro during eggs I havo seen flocks ot pretty nice pullets and they would lay hardly an egg nU winter The firStesscntlal for winter eggs is the right kind of stock to produce them Food Ill not supply that waist It may help some anti in some instances its pretty difficult to help tlhe mOlt ter very much by giving extra cars The Strain has got to be ot the right omtt 41 they prove themselves t 41L L reliable and pofltable layers After boing in the poultry business so tong and seeing yo many people tuBS and oxpordmetzt and work in the effort to get eggs from stock that hind no eggs to lay no inclination to make eggs or ability to commence to get ready to my it is impressed nil the stronger upon my mind that there is n wholo lot to this hen business besides feed and careInland Farmer II Wont Sllghta Good Frlond It ever I need a cough medicine again I know what to get declares Mrs A L Alley ot Deals Me for after using ten bottles ot Dr Kings New Discovery anti seeing its excellent results In my own family and others I am convinced It Js best medicine made far coughs Colds anti lung trouble Everyone who tries It feelS just that way Uellet is felt at once and Its quick cure surprises you For Bronchitis Asthma Hemorragos Croup LaGrlppe Soar Throat pain In the chest or lungs lie supreme liOc and 100 Trial bottle tree Gauran teed by all Druggists A UNTOLD RICHES IN EGGSI Agriculture Buletin Tells How to I Increase Profits in Poultry IndustryL William E Curtis wtsitcss the Old cago Rtcordlleraid tram Washington lIS follows In hits report last year Secretary Willson asserted tllllt the eggs anti poul try produced upon the farms ot the United States are worth as much us the wheat anti cotton crops anti that the Income from henhouses ur tile land was one ot the tour or the in- nportant sources of the wealth or the nation This surprising statement Is confirmed by clrculnr No 140 which has recently been issued by the department ot agriculture entitled The gg Trade of the United States by Milo M Hastings scientific assistant animal husbandry office The bulletin contains about nil thin information that coulll be gathered concetnng eggs und the author dts- cuses the qUOtitJoll of quality UtI well- as quantity lie tells how to deter mine the quality in eggs and how it is Impaired by carolersnese by olnte- ntul other Influences The method of marketing the eggs and the route by which the g travels front the producer to the consumer is dpCrjb ed A chapter Js devoted to cold storng and clhie mcothods of preserving the lien fruit und the various requisites for the production ot good eggs nnrl improvement of tIll crops in the lIOn house and in the poultry yard arc defined and described with general obrervalens ulwnt the subject that Is or a gierscntal Interest to every breakfast able The lose ot wealth in this country due to the actual spoiling ot ergo- Mr lIuUngs asserts constitutes nu enormous WIIItO wllJeh coulll In n- lane measure be saved were eggs- given reasonable care from thin Ume- IIf luing until they reachd tile con sumerThis is due ho satys to two mnIn- roatvns lL1ck 1 d raLlizationt or the importance ot the egg crop anti 2 of caring for item Under our provent- the individual sWrekllllel 1110 no induccatents fur exorclshtg greeter our and are not held accountable tat care lossaees or oven actual dlvhonosty The storekeeper who receives eggs 1n- uxchango for memchundlso reckons hlll- 11IClit In the gods rtlJl tl1 obi togs and kuowE that IIJ can dspc- bf the ere It tnark price wlwtlJlJl they Me grad or bad Tl1ererore he does not encourage the farmer t- Imll1Ovc the qualityy ot their eggs and by the advantage of his peculiar pos1o lon keeps outer buyers from doing theIpresontand Is detrimental to the progress of one of the most important ot the branches vl agriculture The rm1edy he thinks is to be tound ln cooperation The farmers should organize to control the egg market and compel buyers to estab lish agencies where the eggs can be sold nt prices regulated according to their quality At preunt the best eggs are 1n demand nt prices ranging from ono to two cents double the ordinary market price In the- 1arga dUes soda fountains clubs high class hotels and many prIvate fate Ues- wiU pay us high fit 75 cents n dozen for the beet quality but the farmer who bas ttdpped theta derives no ad vantage and the profit goes entirely to thee retailer Under the present syttem nil grades good bad and In dltterentbr1ng the same price in oourvtry stores and thhreforo- Uaore is practically n premium all cars leasnom Ilr Hastings gives us an idea ot tho aidoz nr eg s Assuming that they t ff i lykr n I Fireless Cooker Free to users of Mothers Cereals These cereals are famous for quality among the housewives of America Carefully our buyers collect the finest grain in all American markets They are known pickfromCarefully our mill hands pick from these Kernels the biggest the fattest the finest Only the best grains ever find theirway to a Mothers package Carefully this product is selected from the select is cleansed then sterilizedand packed in a Mothers sanitary package bestII Not like other pats Not only rolled The kind from which you can make to make their cooking easy but the corn bread cakes mush and I crushed to make them easily dIgested muffins Mothers Wheat HeartsMothers White Corn Meal me cream of the wheat prerared from the finest Is a granulated wheat food grains for corn breadpure and cakes The kind dearest to tIle housewifegeIMHominyats white The best corn big full sweett corns corn by modern methods of manu thetoastedMothers Old Fashioned Steel Cut Mothers Coarse Pearl Hominy cornThoroughlyrequiresandI The Mothers Oats Fireless Cooker given free with coupons found in Mothers Cereals needs no fuel of any sort Ask your grocer how you can get one free If he doesnt keep Mothers cereals sen us his name and yours and we will send you free a useful souvenir THE GREAT WESTERN CEREAL COMPANY OPERATING MORE OATMEAL MILLS TIIAN ANY OTlltR ONE CONCERN AKRON BOSTON CIllCAGOPIITSUURloli eiGENUINE SURETY BOND GUARANTEE PACKED INSIDE EACH ROLL OF CONGOLk ROOfIing and conditions that make especially at I tractive to anyone who must consider the tooting question For 10 years you can rest easyabout your roofs it covered with 3ply Congo and we know that it is probable you will set corn longer service out of it FORD PLANING MILL l FORDSVILLE COIgroIceflows Tito fnrmor gets Iii cents Ute country merchant threefourths uf ono cent frolglt to New York one and I ludf cent praLft or the ksnuuia- slof ntorchnnt one halt cent profit to the jobber one and a fourth cents loss front tspoIiing anti breakage two cants profit to retailer four OOIJot The revutnte of the Awning cor nnutlty Its Poultry yard could bo lnoretted wJthout un advanco ini the cost of ergs to the consumer the quality of the product OImhl 1- MImlroell It new and more bus4tews like ntotltods were adopted in the trade The eggs from n wen kept flock shoulll be in sottte ways dlutiagulsbed from the isrxluct of the ordinary scrub liens for the hOllcflt ot both the producer and tho consumer The talmer who takes pains to prJduco a- brood ariclc ought to be rewarded while the consumer who n high price ought to receive the full value of his money QUICKS PillS for Liver Ills Saves Doctors Bills Good Work of Newspapers It the people of any community were as loyal to Ute interests ot- their or city as the newspapers says the Springfield 0 News what n splendid competition this country would see But they are not Nor Is any considerable of the people Nor are all the business men Qr manufacturers Tlmt succeeds jut In prtJIOrthm to the zeal wi tit which Its leading citizens back up the patriotism ot Its 1I0wal1JIe 8 TIle true newspaper devotes col umns and rages ot space to bOJsunL the city in whlclJ it U publlshied The most loyal and devoted boosters ot any city are found in its newspaper The Surety Company n issuing these bonds and back of them u their two million dollar of amt It isa matter of teen satufactkn to us that theywere willing to stand behind Congo Roofing You are immune from any responsibility other than the roofing ordianry care Write today for samples of Congo and full information Remember thwtwitheoergroll of Congo you get a genuine Surety Bondii SVILLE KY from pays town part town giT offices There is a sneering class or- people In every city who finding ito good lu anything deer the news halters as nwngers of SUJRltJon1J sail as ttroywe of character They demand the newt and the now sp per that is a fwothful uiirrnr holds up to its readers the ret1ecUoll- ot their own doing If the eosntnua4ty- is bud ltd newspaper l8fo11 will show It If It is good its new article win show It nut the icthir selfIt is tar in advance ot tIll procc con With hire and thprl a yellow exception It stands for till baler Utings stands unceaergly for the better ot bUII- InUItS conditions cotsslstntly seeks- to bring nwro businessi to the town Better thlLll that It stands for the mural upbuhdhig of its cltilttualdtl- 8t1ndH for better civic WMUIIiI + In many cities thin editors have en uphill task anti a louromu one There are times when the mtisit devoted newspaper man wIll lose faith In the value ot publicity But houcst publicity never mils and In taro end honest anti enthusiastic devotion to a clts Interests wlll awaken sufficient spir It among the people actually to accomplish things6pringfleld 0 News Quaker Oats is the perfectly balanced- human food CLt6a for your table In the F tmilt Stre I ckvrazcsc 7f w Mbr r J u Hartford Republican P I J1stMed according to law at the Po tofflc k Kr aDaU matter ot thi con i rOrda- l C M BARNETT EDITOR r I XZtEPZQtrZs O bzlan4M4Q-2IIoulih UvzM22r I FRIDAY NOVEMBER 26 t i The Standard Oil Company received r another knock last week when the United States Court In Iowa declared It to bo a combination in restraint of trade The Republicans In Muhlcnburg county will have four years in which s to feel sorry over the thrashing which they gave themselves at tho Novemb election It is hoped that tho coming session of Congress will so amend the Sherman AntiTrust Law as to make It clear that It is not to be operated against those whom it was Jntended to protect Later returns from the recent elec tion in the final count made by thoI State Board of Commissioners re I veals the fact that the Amendment J to the Constitution In the interest I of good roads in Kentucky was carried t 1 Il was suposed all along to have born defeated and this will be good news i to those who have been pushing this measure as a means of aiding In a good cause The Brecranrldge County Democrats evidently failed to see any good which could come from their contest for theJ county officers and last week with drew their suit which had been tIedI In the Brecklnridge Circuit This county has heretofore had aI solid Democratic set of officers andj and while other counties were going to the bad at the recent election I Brecklnrldge County showed up with tick etIIf it Leafactthatflminers out of every thousand employed In the United States are killed annually it Is high time that our law makers were devising some method to pro tect these men who make it possible for every wheel of Industry to turn In our land Often poorly paid andI without work many months in the year they assume this great hazard that the trains may move the factories run tho school houses and homes be wanned through the winter months and the food cooked for everybody Next to too farmer the minor is the most important factor In securing and maintaining prosperity in this country lie deserves all the protec tion which can bo thrown around him in his dangerous avocation We are asked by the Hartford Herald this week to explain the Republican defeat In various counties of the State in view of our contention that unpopularity of Democratic principles caused the defeat of that party In Ohio county In a number of counties as In Muhlcnburg for In stance local Issues caused the Repub lican defeat Tho same Is true ofI county where the Republican I Ihad nominated Democrats for Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney and were making a Law and Order r fight which was doubtless taken by many of the farmers to moan not only a law and order campaign hutI that unfriendliness to the organization as well Republicans made this mis take In a number of places in West ern Kentucky and we trust they will learn by sod experience that It is to their Interest to stand by the farmer and laborer The same is true of Fayotto county whore the Dem ocrats lost after having held power for years The reversal was caused by local conditions In Ohio county ItI was straight out and out fight between the Republicans and Democrats No side issues were involved t The Republicans down in the Chris tian Circuit Court District nominated Democrats for Circuit Judge and Com monOalths Attorney and announced that they were running a Law nnd Order Ticket The law and order of it is alright and there could have been no special objection to the t election of competent Democrats to t these positions but somehow the idea prevailed that It was not eo much in the Interest of law and order as it was a campaign against the tobacco growers and poolers generally in the Interest of the trust In other words theca law and order fellows stood so straight that they leaned hack a Uttte and they fooled nobody Re sult Christian county with 1500 Re majority went 200 Democrat I tpubUoanelected an entire Democratic How long will Repub d Beans be fooled into this tort of combination The great leaders of t5 I the Republican party im the past have boasted that this party of all others stood by the poor man the laboring pcopleand4L ii K It has done was BO other party which ever had KEJL cxUitpce in the history of this governm t WheRev- er k cease to st8ndNby te common purple it will get what t deserves at the hands of the common people through the ballot box Ninety rcent of the people of this common wealth are farmers They produce the wealth without which this territor would be a howling wilderness and the man or set of men who will not stand by the interests of the farmers is unworthy to hold any position ot trust either In the county or State It is a good omen to see renewed discussions of tfabe road working qua tlon and we arc glad to havecommuni- cations from all parts of tho county and from persons In every station of life which will throw any light up on this all Important lopCc It Is disagreeable to admit it butwe have from time immemorial been compelled to endure the worst roads of any sec lion in the State On account of this condition of affairs our farmers and merchants have lost thousands upon thousands of dollars In the years gone I by through their Inability to get their goods and produce to and from the markets It is all right to attempt an Improvement on the present way of working the roads and there is no doubt but what a vast improvement could be made It would really be better to work them by taxatlon but we are taxed out of all question now and any increase In this burden woul Abe extremely unpopular with the pee ple The truth is no good roads can ever be made with dirt The soils In t this vicinity when mixed with from excessive rain and a few freeze- will make mud mud and nothing but mud when stirred by continuosu travel The only real road Is made stone or some other mecadam and t is useless to talk about building roads any other way except to ditch and prevent water from standing ullOn themthereby helping them to dry out sooner than they would otherwise People of the state mado a very great forward tsep when they adopted the Constitutional Amendment which was submitted to them at ika late election Time is not far dlstannt when the National Government will aid the various States In building permanent roads but we cannot hope to receive this aid unices we are wIlling- to help ourselves When the National Government does decide to assist inroad building it will no doubt require the people to put up a certain amount- of money in order to receive a Hk amount Under the present laws of Kentucky we would be helpless to receive the help thus extended to us However we do not mean to dlscourag necessary repairs to the dirt roads but under the presont system thousands upon thousands of dollars have been wasted in temporary work such as plowing on roads stopping mud holes etc when the same work is to be done over again each succeeding year Lots endeavor to build some permanent roads and stop tIle continual leak In the County treasury which Ja no lasting benefi- tForeigners Sell More in This Country Changes in imports for September this year as compared with the same month lust year do not show any particular loss in the United Statesmar kets by foreign competitors as a result of the new tariff Tho value of hldos imported Increased 3200000 coffee rubber wool cotton laces diamonds tin loot tobacco burlaps linens boards and planks wool cloths and dress goods furs dressed cotton cloths wood pulp cotton knit goods champagne toys cheese pulp wood hats of straw macaroni cigars tin- plates and muny other articles all show increased Imports as compared with September of last year The decrease were in sugar silk cocoa silk dress goods art works copper ore olive oil lemons matting and automobiles The largo declines wore In articles unaffected by the Tariff Three times as much cham pagne was imported as in September oM90Swblle diamonds Increased from 1700 00 to 3800000 There Is lib ground for complaint on the part of foreigners The complaint should come from Americans because of tho importation of articles that could be produced Just as well In the United States and which would ho pro duced here with sufficient Protection Some things were not ted such as diamonds and champagne CooperIngrain Cards are out announcing the secret marriage of Miss Dana Cooper and Mr Oninvlllo Ingram Miss 3r is the youngest daughter of Mr an Mrs E Q Cooper Mr Jngram is the eldest son of Mr and Mrs R Ingram This young couple were married in Hartford the second day of October keeping the matter a secret until November 2ttb Everyone while ex ecjlns their marriage at some future date was surprised to hear of 1C ut that tliiie May they live long Abe irpsperbus and happy Is the wish of their many friends Must Pb y B Noyember 30 or Be Dropped The proprietors of this paper desire to place it upon acash basis by the first ot January 1910 We have been carrying many auligorlberd for years without any pay whatever for their auteeriptioBe No other business enterprise would do this and It is not right that we should longer continue this policy It hes grown to be a custom of country nfews papers to continue sending the publication to subscribers until it is ordered stopped or amount delinquent la paid and subscribers to this class of papers have grown to expect this kind of treatment Formerly it did not cost so muoh to publish a country newspaper but now with the increase In wages and cost of paper and all the materials which enter into the makeup of a modern newspaper the loss to the publication of only a limited number of delinquent subscriptions takes away all he profit which should be earned by those who make the investment and furnish the hard work necessary to sustain a country newspaper Besides the postofflce regulations now prohibit sending of this class of mall to per sons who are as much as one year In arrears We do not expect to make this change without giving through notice to our readers and those of pur subscribers who receive the paper through the postofflco at Hartford Hartford R F D Nos l 2 3 4 5 6 and 7 can learn by the label on their papers and if shown in arrears will take notice that after November 30 unless renewed by the payment of arrears and one year In advance they will be discontinued THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN OHIO COUNTY TOBACCO NOT SOLD Committee toMeet Here Next Monday to Consider the Matter No sale has et been made of the informsby Mr Ford Chairman of the Financ- Committee that a meeting of the Com mltteo was to have been held Wednesday at Hartford but no quorum being present an adjournment Iva had until next Monday when It la thought same definite understanding will bo reached The Home Warelious Tobacco people have sold for 9 U and 3s has aim the Green River Tobacco Association but neither sale has boon ratified as yet A report has been given currency that the Ohio Co tobacco has been sold also but this report fs not true Those who have tho matter In charge however hope to be able to announce a sale next week and it is not thought that matter will be allowed to go fartier without some definite action especially if the sale is ratified which has been made by those ropreesntlng the Homo Warehouse people and the Green River Association 7 Notice Persons having express packages must call at office and pay for same before they can go out COOPER CO Black Blrklieads old stand Minutes of School Improvement League School Improvement League met in regular session at West Nocreek Friday evening Nov 12 1909 with Pres ident JP Foster in the chair Secretary being absent Fllydia Foster was elected secretary pro tern for said meeting Rollcall showed officers present twenty absent nine Minutes rend and approved Unde- old business tho committee appointed to reset trees made report and was continuedThe rendered by Misses Bet tit Ward Maude Ellis Messrs S P Sanderfnr and Curry Wallace was very enjoyable Muster Carroll Ward is to be con gratulated in behalf of his songThis meeting closed a successfu- years work of tho league It having I missed only three meetings during tho past year and the prospects are bright for the coming year Officers elected for the ensuing year are as follows J P Foster reelect ed president W R Stevens vice president Fllydia Foster secretary Lula Ward asst secretary L M Ward sargeantatarms Mallssa Fos ter critic Bertha Ward editor of the Nocreek UpToDate Dudley Wester field associate editorSherman Chap berlin Janitor League adjourned to meet Friday evening Nov 26 190- 9FILYDIA FOSTER Secy NJMrwere after oon at four oclock at the brlde ii Home on lower No Creek Rev Vlf- U ElglnoUlclafing The groom V a rosperous young farmer of Maxy wehx this county and the bride a withdI SELECT Mrs Blanche Allen of Herrin lit arrived in town today to be the guest of relatives fpr a tow days Rev A B Gardner of Beaver Dam is ccnductlg a revival at Green Fiver this week W Mr J j Stewart and family attended church at Green River Tues i i ri Jd S day Rev Birch Shields was ordained Mr Emory Schroeter of Hartford was In town one day last week Plak ing pictures- J S Arbuckle is in Hartford this week visiting his brother Mr George ArbuckleJ Stewart and family visited in Cromwell Sunday Mr Tom Cox of Roslne was In town one day last week assessing propertyRev J Embry filled his ap polntment at Balzotown Sunday Mr B W Stewart and wife vts fnmllyISundayMr T C Hosey who has been with a surveying party on the Ohio- S river since June 12 will be at home soonMr Wood Shultz and family re turned today from a weeks visit atNarrowsMr Smith attended thede bate at Warrens Mill Sunday Mr John W Keown delivered a drove of cattle Monday Several attended the debate here last Wednesday night The subject discussed was the Tarfff question Messrs D B Trout and George Dennis of Cromwell was in town Tuesday on business I Little Miss GerUo White of Baize town has pneumonia Notice The trustees who took the cell sus last April can now receive their compensation for their work by calling at the County Clerks of fice Respectfully J M DEWEESE S C S v PALO Nov 22 Health it unusually good at this writing Those on the sick list are Mrs Mary White and Mrs Myntha Dodson Mr Buck Flcner and family are vlsl ing friends and relatives fln Butler county ths week Mrs Coy was tho guest of Mrs Mary Whlto lust Sunday Mr Rufus Bartlett and wife Taffy were the guests of Mr J D Berry and family last Sunday- r Mr Claude Ward and family of No Crook nelghborhoodwere Visiting their brotherinlaw Mr Richard Doolyand family Saturday and Sunday Mr John Feemster of Beaver Dam visited his brothers Messrs William and Dug Feemstor last week Mr Dave Powers and family visit ed Mr Orval Coy and family Sun tlday school closed last Monday on account of diphtheria We had a nice game of base ball at Mr Joa Maidens last Sunday Success to Tho Republican Notice The December payment for the Ohio county teachers will be mad on December the 18 1909 No incidental December until after the 12th of December hcnae tho above announcement j Respectfully J DL DEWEESE Sr CY S SALEM Nov237 Rev 0 H Lawrence filled regular appointment at Cane Run Saturday and Sunday p1lphTlstianAf the bride Mr and Mrs O J Christian near Cane Run Saturday night NoV 20 They both have the beSt wishes of their many friends Mrs John Jamison Is visiting liar daughter near Matanras Miss Emma Axton of Horse Branch visited Mr and MrsC N Christian Saturday night Ladies Take Notice Wo can clean and preen your coat wrapsalsoAH work guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford Pressing Club ROAD QUESTION DIS CUSSEO lily ANOTHER Plan Suggested Wofild be Too Ex pensive so This one Thinks- CromwcllKyr s I i 23 1909 jloy Editors fee commun ication from MrBJ S Chamberlain on the goodf roads propporitlun lie proposes to dlvi Jptho county In four parts and work with scrapers teams and hands Cdmmenclng in April The good man referred to Is no doubt honest In his endeavor to have good roads and enough of that kind of work would doubtless bring the desired results But lot us see what such proposition means to the taxpayer From April first to November first is eight months or 240 days Allow for Sunday and Inclement weather fiftytwo days take the fif tytwo days from the two hundred and forty eight days leaves eighty eight work days Ono scraper and team would be worth three dollars per day and will cost five hundred and sixtyfour dollars per scraper Four scrapers will cost 2256 It will require1 a crow of ten men with each scraper at a cost of 762 The four crews would therefore cost 2908 The combined scrapers and crew will cost 5104 Almost equal to one half the entire school tax of this year 1909 The reason the pee plo didnt vote for the amendment lies in the fact that they do nut propose to build roads at such wonderful ex pense Who would use the roads then 1 Why the auto man That Is an In desputablo fact The auto man Is clam oring for the best roads behind him is the manufacturer of the machines that has a right of way on all the good roads of this county The common people see this with on eye shut and they will have to be coersed to do more than they have done on that account I could site to place after place in proof of all this but think it unnecessaryA STUDENT I Oldest Man in Western Kentucky Roslne Ohio county claims for one of its residents the oldest living man in Western Kentucky He is William Holiday aged 102 years who is apparently well and hearty despite his great age The aged JUan reads the s KIDNEYTROUBb ti SJiJJtrtdril 1Relkvedln 74ic- M1 QII to FERUNA sera 3 C B FizER I rYlSS25YA70 awed-C rBPIZER Mt Sterling Ky says I have suffered with kidneys bred bladder trouble tor ten yeanpast Last March I commenced using Poruna and continued for threo months- I havonotused it since nor have I felt- A painpI Bible without glasses and was never lijttxlcated lie has voted for every Democratic candidate for President from Andrew Jackson down to Bryan He has resided on a farm his presen home for many years and cuts kind ling and regularly feeds the stock a 1 Ills wife now dead was a relative r of Get R E Lee For RenttDwelling house and store room See J W Ford Hartford Ky ANNOUNCEMENT We are now ready for bust ness and extend to you a spe cial invitation to visit us when ImIJline We will keep a full line of Staple and Fancy Grocer ies and can fill your orders at all times Wo appreciate small as well as large orders and all will have our prompt and careful attention Re member the place HARTFORD GROCERY COV IN A D WHITE BUILDINOj m n I IA MANS CROWNING GWr IIS HIS iDpn JlAT Iask yourself What sort of a Hatshan oIwear this fall Ask us Wo know just t- I r at the correct shapes are We have them in stock in both stiff and soft Hats Our Hat department is the center of all thats new in HatsThe j now Grays Tans and Bronzes with fancy bands The new shapes and colors in stiff Hatsd- are to be found in our welLselected r assortment Priced at each 11502 3 4 and5 i A Our Assortment of Caps For Men Bays and Childrentin med im vejghtsvithearwarmers 22 P R easrby T kt dI T 1 youll findi anywhere Pricedat each ebb Mlf 60Q 750 and 100 I E PBarnes BrosEiaBEAVER DAM KY o s I it- y 1 y rI k w P f II i il FAIRS DRESS GOODS McCall No 3083 COAT be So our 4 L to to new So a at are not i to our f do I cusr are our b A J Hartford L r FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2G 14J 1 Tablet Beaver Dam Ky North nouud Honlh nnul1- No182 due 151 II No 121dueIl8 am NoIrlue1l20p m No WI this 248 p n- J1010240e8 pm NoIM dupS O5 m i slave JN9 riccurvcu we Lorge LIne Of- x Shot Guns Guns y AJIMMUNITION SHELLS ETC And asks you to call and see the l rg st and best line of Shot Guns ever Prices t the lowest u S CARSON Groceryman 3Y o KYa I J J ial H te Ky 1 1 t NEW AND EXPE J best of J fare served right The comfort and r 2nettateof all eSts tip 1a11ylook w afr Special attention to travellng f if Rate2 per day Sppclal rats to boarders Your 1 trod h lhn i = C r 4 J 1 We are fo- rThanksgivingantl early Xmas the most of New WOolen DRESS other to make up the that it has ever todisplayDont see Fairs new shades They are what you want They cost you no more Mc patterns in stock and to help you in Patternsseleetin FAIRS MILLINERY great has been since our Millinery opening that from week weekwe have been compelled re ceive goods you will find here complete stockof the VERY NEWEst the VERY We asking you buyonly VISIT Parlors Our styles and prices will the rest The stock and tamers best Republican Ll M7At GUNS Dit1srTaigct respectfully lnHartford HARTFORD TTewLere Hartford UrWER RIENCED MANAGEMENT- Eweryutng 11rstclaeThe JII liegular agespllcitedN tGEOIdwSTEELE Proprieto showhg buyers superb line GOODS Silks and accessories garments ben buy until you Call painstaking salesladies rush LOWEST PRICES Millinery satisfied advertisers nOlscentraIRallrOadTlmO GUNSI Dr J T Hardin Dr H J Bell IHardin S Bell Dentists 1 Office upstairs In Republican blldl- ng Hartford Ky We employ all the latest methods In Dentistry Atiork done as nearly palnless as can be one today We make a specialty of teeth without plate We do painleas extracting eUhe with a local ur general anesthetic Velnvlto you to gtVous n trial as- a pleased patient Is our best adver tisement AU work guar hifeed Cou- sultation and xnJI1lnaUo bree1hon 28f4l Bring QIlr Furs to U S Carson We are paying26cfor ltg8 HartUrl Grocery Co Bring me yoiir sgga26cper dorotl- I NOAH WHITE nrlng YoUeggB0+ o inrtford Oro- eery Co 11 Jh btr4 oa dot- your shells from tarttdrdQrocery Co f fl M estb Jranullltca SugariOQtr 1 ar u Noah White wrBorg to W Sheriffelect T H Elabkis ting1r1 Sunday morn- Ing I tohTII 1 The City Restaurant ds better re wired than ever before to teed the people y Mr ndI Mrp LSmith wer the gue tobt1Judge4 W D Ta Iofj Tuesday and Wednesday I n1MrlrthurPctty few days lit Barrotta Ferry and Othfr- pointa in tern partt of county h nUngqualJo Evorything ood0o eat J1t the City Restaurant Do your pocketbook jWillco b bUying hero Carson Co Bring mo your eggs 20o per dozen NOAH WHITE Seventeen pounds best Granulated Sugar 100 NOAH WHITE 1 Our clothing costs l1UJe looks well and lastslong Carson Co Our stock of Ladles and Misyos Wraps Is complete Visit us Canon C- oIf ypu are looking far ClothIng fo men youths or children Ce Co For a meal or lunch go txi the CIt Restaurant Plenty to oatprices right For first class grocerIes see Hartford Grocery Company In A D White building Mss Anne Joncs Greenville Is tho guest of her parents Mr anll Mrs J C Jones Try the new City Restaurant for a good square meal jREUCILE CO PROPS Mrs BWilson and son Master John Allen are visiting relatives in HawesvUle For a quiCk meal or lunch go to the City Restaurant You will be plea ell with the attention and prices Everything In season that Is good to eat will be found at the City Restaurant undro tho now management Miss Elinor Dell and fir Ewing Dell of OwonslJOro are visiting Mrs T L Grlllln and son Henry this week Mrs J R Pitie and daughters Misses lucllle and Amelia and son Master Ferdinand are visiting relu- tives In Owensboro Mr and Mrs C W Grlllln who have been visiting the father and mother of Mr Griffin left this week for lIellena Ark where they will make their future home Prof Henry Leach the incomin School Superintendent has llUrchns- II the property of Mr L T Dar nard on Clay Street and wIll move with his family about the middle or noxt month Messrs HeavrinM Wood ward C E Smith C 11 Barnett R Holbrook Judge W D Taylor Col 1 J Smith and Mrs Laura Keowli re turned from Owensboro Tuesday whore hey had been in nttcndance nt UntI ed States Court Mr Y L Moseley who has been Trustee of the Jury Fund for Ohio county for a number ot years ton dered his resignation to Judge DlrkI head last week and Mr R T Col line was appointed and qualified In his stead We call special attention to the new ad on our local page In thisI Issue by the Rosenblatts now store The Rosenblntts have only recent ly opened their house In HartforllI but they have already made many friends by their fair and courteous treatment to nil customers For fresh crop sour pickles In barrel kraut Herring Navy Kidney and butter beaus prepared buckwheat flour sun dried and evaporated peachI eS Family groceries Mackerel lardI fresh and cured meats call at W H MOORS SONS Meat Market A contract for building a mile of pike with crushed Umetsone rock ha- been awarded to the Hartford Stone ContSTUcUon company extending from the city limits west on the Centertawn road to be completed by February 1st 1110 and to begin asI soon as the city of Hartford has com pleted meeadamlzlng Union street to- tlle city limits on the west and the s tsn the unfinished sides of the cour house square- A contract has boon awarded to Murphy Bros of Bowling green to construct abutments and wIngs for four bridges on the levee north uf town The walls wlll be made ofI concrete and the work will login next Monday This IS1l very much needed piece of york and will preclude the ponlb111ty of a wash out at the ends of the bridges such all same to near taklpg place last summer during the high water and whfcli would have cii ScdIl loss of hun dreds of dollars to the county In a J short time Mr Calvin Turns died at the residence of his eoniilaw Mr Rich nrdiPlummernear Union schoolhouse about Smnes south of Hartford Sunday The infirmities of ago senile decay constituted the cause o his death He was about 7Q years old He leaves two daughters and two sons tie died at the residence of one daugh ter and we rlnderstand the other ono Uesln st Louis Ono eon Is in Alabama and the other in 8outhAm- erleaHo Md long been a member of tile Cool Springs Baptist chtirch and was a most excellent citizenIlls remains were Interred in the TUrilS cemetery near Cool Springs ch1irc- hr r Fq buy as flow 9s Ye can and sell e same way Carson Coy 1y Ii Moors Son wlll pay cash for hides and furs Take your butter and eggs to Moore II Sons meat market For best Groceries at lowest prices see Hartford Grocey Co A smile of satlsfactJon goes with every suit sold by Carson Co Miss Olivia lr 6auerman of Louis villa Ky Is the guest of Miss WU lye Smith this week daughternand Mrs Sam T Darnett forymon lots and ladles See what we have before buying Carson Co Dr 1 DFWhlttaer Simmons paid our office a very much 11lreclat- cd plait while In town Wednosday They will treat you right at the City Restaurant EveI ctlsronnor satisfied ARDUCKIE CO Props Mr and Mrs E Crnbtree and Miss Edna Hudson returned Tuesday oven lag from Owensboro where they had been to attend the funeral of Mr Den Rah Mrs A R RenCrow and daugh tars Misses Grace and la1garette of Narrows are visiting Mrs Ron rows parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Duke cIty Messrs Douglas Felix Rayrner Tins ley and Otto Martin who uro students at the State University Iexington are spending the Tluulksgfvling holl days with their parents Dr II JDellloftWednesday for Duford Pleasant Ridge and Owens Loco Ills business partner reports that there Is some prospect of lane marriage while In Owousbolo The infant child of Mr and Mrs A A Sherifeld living about two miles west of Hartford died Ionday night The little one was only about n week old at tho time of Its death TIle roImains were Interred ot the Carson cemetery yesterday utternoou A largo number of friends and rel sanIdefurneryesterday Aver was spent und n bounteous dinner aervod In which I1s Sandefur was not allowed to take any hand In pre paring Mr Benjamin RlIII died suddenly at his residence hl Owensboro lust uuduy venillg Although for years sufferer front rheumatism lie was apparently In his usual health lie hud just returned prom a trip down In the city and hUll barely gotten In the house anti sat down In a chair wltru- he tell over dead Apoplexy Is supposed to have been the cause of life denlh lie was a son or Mrs henry Welmlhelmel of Hartford and fornr- orly lived hero Ho loovea n wlro and two chlldrelln boy and Il girl Ills remains were interred In Owensboro- cemetery I yesterday- Stemming Association Sells 13 000000 Pounds lIcnderool1 Ky Nov HThe stemming Distrht Tobacco AlIIocl1tlon operating In the counties of Bend erion Hopkins Wobster Union and Crittendon today closed a dell where by Is sold to the Imperial Tobacco Company 17000000 pounds of the 1009 crop of tobacco at an average of 7 cents The same terms and 1907sare to obtain This sale will moan tine distribution of nearly 1000000 In tho nBKclaUoll district SpecIal Clubbing Rates For the peaial bar 4t of 11fOr who live along fete Olo nndlirccktn ridge County borders we have arranged to furnish The Hartford Repub- llean and Fourth Dfarict lender pub Ilshed at Hnrdlnsburg for 1IiO per year This Is an extremely low rate for both papers and shoulll appeal to those who live convencut to both ooUnile and dosre all the local news gars both coun- yfesNotice I expect to b13 absent from my Studio ftomlone to two Iwhole days of each weeks is for doing outdoor disappointing who expect to have pictures made tmy place to make alpointments fDr the purpose I either by mall or otherwise Yours truly tEMORY SCUROETER f- I of est J your baby on your Tap perfectlyformed Is there any slwes formed from honest leather should warp deform them into the most men suffer with througiL life We advertise shoe whicfl- U Makes Lifes Walk Easy It costs money to advertise The hoe must make good our claim Think it over CROSSETT SHOE MAKES LIFES WALK EASY 4 to everywhere LEWIS A CROSSETT Inc Makers North Abington MillS If Crossetts do not Makes Lifes Walk Easy we have Florsheims the Cares so it is an matter to get suited with Shoes at our Store Just ReceivedAn elegant line Mens = = = Strings and Batwings New= style Stripes reasonwliy properly pinchand caricatures a For Man Who easy Ties beautiful patterns and colorings Ask to see the line 1Do Not Hesitate But Depend on BA NA D 8 COQ Hartford Ky Jki i t THE4 NEW STORE i t Headquarters for the Walk Over Shoe t A name justly earned for the reason that they have had an + easy walk over all other make of shoes Because made upon the latest improved lasts Because they combine style with comfort 4Because they wear longer than any other shoes they appeal to the taste of every well 4dressed man tC meand inspect the various s for sale at tRosenblattsliTRE STORE TH4T SATISFIES J E ul Opposite Court House tHARTFORD KY It 1I n fcfa k 4I 0 rt TEACHING HORSES TO JUMP J s ttIMre Are Throe Methods Undoaxf Ins tunpinp and Driving There are three methods of teaching ttr a horse to leapcoulnJ lunging and drlvlnzIntho cOll1lbg method lb- lMKit- t sonng horse Is turned into a sma t paddock havinga low hedge or hurdl across the center lD plain view o the pupil a rider on a veteran jumpez should take him over the hurdle se P oral times opparttys a Sand calls the horse shaking up tba grain and pouring It with his band back and forth In the receptacle Th- r andIIbe lesson repeated It this be done the hurdle may be graduals helgbtenedt ot jumping Js thus lie 1qulred without those risks which atl itend a novel performance when burden oppreSSOR the strengthI i and whip and spur distract the nt i tendon The horses body says Count try Life lb AmerIca Is not partially disabled by the Imposition of a henv load before the powers are taxed 10 the utmost and his capnblllties are unfettered The second method Is termed lunging A long rein or cord Is aUacbed i to the bit and the animal Is exercisedi fn a circle In which a hurdle has bee I placed or a shallow ditch dug A long 1 lashed whip used only to keep him I in motion or lightly applied nt thI proper moment will keep him up this work Soon the horse will enter into the spirit ot the occasion and by- f unmistakable signs will manifest hl- cnthusastlc g enjoyment of the exercise The third method driving Is exact what Its name implies At llrat th obstruction should be slight Any open space will answer the purpose an earth or sod surface or wnbark being preferable Long reins a straight bar or snamo bit a long whip and patience and perseverance are re- quiredi All things considered the drIving method Is the quickest and surest wn- of teaching the horse to leap Whet I he has become somewhat pronclent having thoroughly learned what Is re- Quired ot him the saddle may be called Into requisition and the prac tical lessons begun Almost any young horse can b taught to leap Ot course his proti clency will depend on the care bestow ed on his training and on his genera characteristics of wind limb and nerve An ordinary cob or Morgan will nttaln the proficiency of an Irish hunter but any horse that Is used for Ii saddle- will be of tar greater value to his own er It he can be taken occasionally tor a cross country ride and put over ditches and low obstructionsI A Waterless Oath What do you think said the man curious I cleaned my face today with a vacuum cleaner It just tak the skin and pulls It so you can hard Iy get away The man who operates one told me that ho went over his face and clothing every night when be got through his work and felt afresh s as a daisy Of course ho takeoff s tho thing ho uses for floors and Walls I believe Ill start a fadIakt- ng waterless baths Spanish Black Residents of the cork regions Spain heat the bark In kettles wit sprouts through which Issues a gas that Is used as an illuminant The re fuse Is sold as the Spanish black pigment Peculiar Orchestra Vienna possesses a unique arches tra All the members from the honorary president the acting president the conductor to the executants are doctors of medicine Much Energy Wasted Only about eight per cent of tho best energy In a pound of coal I turned Into useful energy at the fl wheel In a steam power plant Need No Defense Mothers in law are much abused says a Washington Jurist and many ot the things said about them are slan dersTheI same Is true of many things why bother to defend them fake MENDENHALL Chill and Fever Tonic as a general tonic for tire feeling and malaria rt Physicians In Japan Medical students In Japan must have v had eleven or twelve years of prellml nary training In the lower schools No one may practice medicine who has physlclansr which they follow their cnlllng must theireItutadvertisements or claim the exclu to IIja I Little Ted seven years old was sent i Ro the bathroom for a good scrub be quicklythatpossibly have washed himself lie re l plied Truly l did mother and U you 1dontbelieve It you can just go to thei r and look at the towelDe 4 Alneator 4- S i 11 rJ 4e ri1 y aF 3w t Hi Generosity Ye8 said the tired looking Woma I have a very generous hUSb d sari this Is too wtty he gets that reputation The other y I worked and laved In the kitchen for about tea bourstt1 k elag jelly It arse my first attempt so I had consldershio trouble and based differentfever and of course I wils prqud and delighted That night I put some on the table for dInner and husband got enthusiastic Next day he was visiting a sick friend of his a men by the way quite able to buy anything he might wants and whose wife never lice her eager On leaving Mr Generous IIuaband says My wife made some pretty good Icily the other day You might Jlko sonic Ill send you up halt a dozen Jars Now wouldnt flint trost you or rasp you or whatever they soy Half tdozen jars After all my work to hand that jelly over to a map whose wife lea too lazy to breathe I made exactly eight jars so we will have ono more unless ho has already promised Jt to somebody elseNew York Press Sunshine and Dust There Is more dust In the places f1 lumluattrl by the suns rays than In those which we call shady It you look along a beam of light as It streams through n window or a chink In the door you will eco Innumerable dust lightnYou will be told by most persons that there Is just as much dust In the none illuminated parts of the room as In the- o more favored spaces but you cannot see the particles because the rays do not tall directly upon them You will think that this Is eminently plausible but It Is not the case The sun tailing currentsecollect It In layers along the line ot light hence there Is more dust where the sun shines than elseTbere A cu rlous experience In a museum gavo proof of flits It was noticed that there was always more dust on the glass cases exposed to the sunbeams than on chase which were never toucb- r ed by the rays ot the great orb and this led to on Inquiry wIth the above result Traced by a Thermometer Ono night many years ago Dr White law was walking along with the flies andeknocked down In a lonely part of the road His pockets were rifled and he- I was left lying on the road with n fracture ot the shuts One of the nr tidies stolen was a clinical thermomt- ter with which he had that evening patientysuffering tram enteric fever He re memberId the temperature registered also that lie had not shaken down the mercury before putting the thermometer back In hIs pocket and bo communicated these facts to the police Some time afterward a thermometer registering the Identical temperature was discovered In a pawnshop In i0ealice were enabled to track the doctors assailants and to arrest them In one ot the Glasgow tbeatersGlnsgow1I- 1edlcnl Journal Shell Sculptors Thu workman manipulated the comb ot pale translucent tortoise shell like putty molding the top with his On gers Into small balls You thought we carved shell hey lie said with an Italian accent No WehlIe took three pieces ot shell from a pot ot steaming water and laid them very carefully one on top ot the other In a press Shell Is like glue ire said These three pieces will welt together and not a sign of n seam will show Some times wo weld nine tour twenty pieces together I learned my trade In Nn pies I dont wont to boost but the- Neapolitans are the best workers to shell and coral that there ore In the world Philadelphia Bulletin Her Transformation kindy woman home one day gave her n bath brush ed her hair and arranged It becomingly tying It with u elean pretty ribbon then stepped beck to view the result A friend who was present remarked that there was surU a change one would scarcely know that It was the same child Then tine little girl spoke up timidly But my names Irene yet nlnt Jt1Dellnealor Mr ODonnell and the Hour I An excellent hull wits perptrul In atlthe author ne rose suddenly to his feet and cut Into the debate with At this late hour of the morning Mr Speaker Early hour you mean from the government benches Well Mr Speaker he continued at this early hour of the following day True Enough Irritated CltlzenArent you osham ll1 of yourself going about with that street organ and leading such a lazy life Street OrganistLazy life Why sir life with me Is ono long dally grlndEcho He Lived WellIneYes he lives on land SheWhat Is he HeAn anti fat medicine manutacturer ComicI Cuts Lltes a reckoning we cannot make twice over You cannot mend a wrong additionI attt f r p r e If5a 7 r Strong Healthy Women If a womsu is strong and healthy in a pomaniymy Motherhood meanato her but little saerieg ThetroubleI101 In the fact that the many women suffer from weakness and dllealeof the distinctly femlainaormlm sad arc unfitted for motherhood This canbo remedied Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Cure the weakneoos and disorders of women It acts directly on the delicate and ittiportant organ concerned in motherhood making them healthy strong vigorous virile and etastio Favorite PrescriptIon banishes the indispositions of the period or expectancy and makes bahya advent easy sad almost painless It quickens and vitalizes the feminine organs and insures a healthy sad robust baby Thousands of women have testified to its marvelous merits It Makes Weak Women Strong It Makes SIck Women Wel Honest druggists do not offer substitutes and urge them upon you as lust as good Accept no secret nostrum is place or this ollstertt remedy contains not a drop of alcohol end not a grain or habltformlng ot Injurious drugs Is a pure glyoerio extract of healing native American roots OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 135 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 1Q THE REPTBLICAN and St Luis GlobeDemocrat 175 TilE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekOwensborolnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and yaliy uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 170 TILE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 176 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 TIlE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 44 4FFt Ffddt 64 t+ 4tF 1FFiH4i- FhTHE tI KENTUCKY i Light and Power Co f n J INCORPORATED Wlhh WIRE YOUR MOUSE AY COST 1 tELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH I F G BARRASS Manager I + tt + + + + i + ++ + + + I+ + t + + + GOOD POSITIONS Draughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 30000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable con ditions or refund tuition BOOKKEEPINGDraughons competitors by not accepting concede that he teaches more Bookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can convince you SHORTHAND 75 per cent of the United States Court Report ers write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it is THE FOr FPEE CATALOGUE and BESTIwhich explain all call on or write DRJUGHOlS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE ISeoarouTSDJ EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPIIIS COME AND GO WITH US ON A GRAND FR- EEMEDITERRANEAN TOUR We are going to send tventy young women be tween the ages of 1Gand 50 white of good char acter on a two 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Court House WTNAOIMARRSqvm pUT obtand weobpWPAYCNYSTHAT expense tD dpyoutoatce repotlonrortraooldalook iWASHINGTON j KILLTHE COUCHAND OURS THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New DiscoveryV FOR CS D8 1 AIIBALLTMAOATANOLUNTROUBIJE I GUARANTIED OJLXOxxr1LD1JJmED t M a DaeadmdddJrye Wte tow to ootuq on4 mttkCOffJII uIINU Wqa IMALL COUNTRIES f I m eavoaryasdoffathefefaf Eiclnlvelywritsass m e wIWta rwoaoWAaHIHGTON D c i A j t r tr Ii TRAPPING A GORILLA Story of a Vicious Struggle hi the African Jungle A NET THAT FAILED TO HOLD ThY 8n rd Mnster Broke Through Its Mshe i and Was the Cause of One Death BefoYe He Was Hltnsel Killed by the Attacking Party fCaptain Fritz Duquesne the Boer was commissioned by a German naturalist society to capture ohe of each specie of African quadru Mana He was entirely successful In the work except that he could obtain pointedaptVblch a gorilla had been seen Tho captain Immediately arranged his camp and laid lib plans and made preparations to trap the monster and get him alive if possible though he fully realized the danger et the under takingFor four days said the captain we camped in this hotbed of disease Beaters went out in all directions searching for the gorilla At last some deep wide scratches were found on a clister of vines On close examination M tile unmistakable hair of the gorilla was found on n broken twig After some hours we found the tree where the gorilla lived We could tell It by the greasy appearance of the bark made so by the repeated rubbing oS the gorillas body We could tell by the fresh marks with sop still wet that the animal had recently ascended the tree The scratches wero short and deep showing that It had lifted Ittelf up and had ut slid down which would have made a long shallow scratch 4We spread a strong net around the tree loa circle sloping upward on the outer side Around the top of the net drawn ropes from four di w theretettions held by half a dozen natives bIdden in the bush These were to bring the top of the net together and thus bag our game After waiting some hours the leaves above rustled and then opened as a six foot male gorilla descended un suspectingly and entered the trap I signaled the four ropes were pulled at once and we had our animaltor- a moment He roared la fury twist Ing jumping and biting the rope into pieces The natives were pulled about like dolls as he tried to reach drat one and then another The professor jumped about in excitement trying to focus a camera on the Infuriated animal At last tho mighty arms of the go l rlllo broke a hole through the net and he tore the rest from him as though I It were a rotten rag Most of the na tives fled In dismalThe professor dropped his camera and tried to es cape In a moment the gorilla grasp ed him in its terrible hands I seized my rlflo and tired in the air to frighten the animal In my po sition 1 oould not shoot at him with out hitting iny friend For u moment the gorilla stood still holding the now unconscious man as though hq were a baby the brutes lips drawn back dk from his glistening teeth- I thrust another cartridge In my rifle As 1 did so there was a buzz In the air and an arrow shot by a ua tire pierced the gorillas side A roar burst from his red throat and he dropped his victim Like a flash before I could shoot a native sprang from the leaves and half throwing half thrusting drove an assagai Into the gorillas heart With a groan the brute fell dead- Examining the professor I found tht his right arm was broken and that some of his ribs were crushed into his lungs We gave up the snort to get a live gorilla and placing the in jured man in a hammock carried him back toward the east coast He died on the road Out on the veldt bcsldr a native village a lonely little slab marked Carl Bloch1 sticks up above the grass It is the profess ors grave Hunting 1s not all exclt ing adventure and laughing victory It has Its tears like other things 0 Hamptons Magazine f Chances In Gambling Henri Polncare the leading mathe matlclan of France declares that there is no Infallible martingale or method of doubling ones stakes after every loss All one can do says M Poincare Is to combine ones play so as to have a great chance of win ning a little and a little chance of los log much or a few chances of gaining much and many chances of losing lit tie One can arrange his play so as to have one chance of winning a million francs and a million chances of losing a franc or a million chances of winning a franc and one chance of losing a million francsand thats all 4 Incompatible Towne Weil well the idea of his marrying Hiss Goldey Why hes a dyspeptic BrowneWhat hastbnt to do with It Shes got plenty of money nndso TownfrThats Just it Shell richillCatholic and Times It Had D Charm 1 do miss Mrs Jones Sho told me tlltlcnews ptthe parish truthil t flWell thcrel liked to ear It lies twas all news to me 1 f Punch x The hourp tOOQpnisWlthhapP1iproll- p pests1n vlew are more pleasing then those crowned with trult1 nqoW T smith fI it I If w- Ii I 1ti ryF I 11 Swearing i Remedy Science 8 to 01 elniple remedlei essdaysSlnceMetchBikoft dis covered the fountain of perpetua youth in a bottle of buttermilk all who will may be centenarians To rid a community of yellow fever It is onl necessary to kill enough mosquitoes and In nine cases out of ten probabl tuberculosis can bo cured by the cheat openair treatment The discovery or a London doctor that swearing Is help ful to health is in line with the unto date medical methods New Yorl World Muscular Christianity Birmingham England was the home of prize fighting when the ring was patronized by literature and royalty There was Bendlgo who became an enemy to all unrighteous ness Wots atheists ho asked once on being told that a gathering of met he saw were of that persuasion lie was told Dont believe In no God dont they ho shouted Here hold my coat Ill soon show em woti wot A Lesson from Nature I saw a delicate flower had grown up two foot high between the horses path and the wheel track An Inch more to right or left had sealed Its fate or an inch higher and yet It lived to flourish as much as If it had a thousand acres of untrodden space around it and never knew the danger it Incurred It did not borrow trouble nor Invite an evil fate by apprehend ing ItHenry D Thoreau 18171862 Mother Love Not Sufficient It takes tar more than mere mother love to bring up children It takes training study knowledge It takes selfcontrol In the parents themselves The mother who spoils a child through weak indulgence does not truly love her child She loves her own pleasure In going along the line of least re sistance Exchange Disastrous Mlxup The Gentleman at the Foot of the stairs Greatest difficulty getsh here t all Fgot whether you told me t have two drinks an come home at 11 I or elevensh drinks an come home at twosketch I Mans WantsIIn a western town recently menI waded waistdeep In water to get saloon which had been isolated owing to a cloudburst Have you ever heard of men who were willing to get their feet wet In order to reach a counter I at which books on philosophy were being sold at a discountIBrooch from Lump of CoalIA brooch made out of coal Isnt so valuable as a diamond I rarlItywhich was carved for her by a miner with the aid of a knife and file The I aeslgn Is a star showing up against a rough cast background Antics of Meat ln a Car Packing house products are rather a risky commodity to haul because fresh meats hung from hooks In a refrigerator car may get to swinging vie lently when the train Is moving rapid i ly and throw cars From the tracks Railroad Ago Gazette Wisdom and Luck Wisdom gets a great deal of the credit to which luck Is entitled Ladies Take Notice A nice line of Picture Frames com pleted at low prices 3tt HARTFORD MILL CO Pungent Paragraphs Ladles who break into English jails how carry individual stomach pumps In order that while being tore bly fed they may maintain the ex clusiveness that seems to be the one thing that differentiates them from ordinary ruffians Philadelphia Ledger So far the West has manfully re slated the impulse to organize Aldnlch clubs for 1012 Plttaburg Dispatch A woman writer says that per sonal adornment is not everything Very true Nature has to supply at least 1 per cent Chicago News m King Edwardon his birthday mad Knights of Ed Seymour Admiral Ed Snever hanker and Ed Shackletpn explorer Ills coEds fully appreciate Edwards generous consideration Brooklyn Eagle In spite of their recent rise eggs are not ashamed to be soon In company with the humble ham if anyone still has the requisite price for bringing thorn together Bosloi Her aid Whom the gods would destroy they first make mod and Mr Cannon is just hopplns Indianapolis Star I Another Cooke controversy Conk- doidCu that he over blacjcmallodi War rlner the defaulting treasurer of the Big Four What do the Eskimos say Cleveland Plain Dealer Chtidrcry FOR FLETCHERS 0ASTORIAfi SPEAKS TO OVER THREE THOUSAND Caleb Powers Addresses Largest ICrowd Ever Seen at Liberty Last Monday Caleb Powers spoke to tho largest crowd ever assembled in Liberty He began speaking t 30 from the court house stops as the court house would not hold one fourth at the crowd Tho verandas of the hotels were filled with people anxl ous to see Mr Powers Jf they could not hear him speak His address was devoted to his subject Right upon the scaffold wrong upon the Throne His presentation of his subject elicit ed the closest attention from start to finish and often occasioned much applause People were here that hat not been in Liberty for years both from this and adjoining counties In the closing part of his speech he announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Congress from the 11th district which seemed to meet with the unanimous approval from the largo crowd that Wetened so attentively to him throughout his addressA stream of ladles men and boys crowded Into hit room and about him on the streets eager to shake his hand and wish him success In his race He expressed himself delighted with the ovation given him in this countyand mule each n pplon id Impression upon all people that it looks as if 90 per cent of the people of Casey county will be his supporters for Congress He availed himself of every oportunity to shako hands with everyone which shows himself a real mixer and a good talker with the masses So for wu have not beard of an offended person who heard his entire speech Casey County News The Right Use of Books To use books rightly is to go to them for help to appeal to them when our own knowledge and power fall to be led by them into wider sight and purer conception than our own and to receive from them tho united sentence of the judges and councils of all time against our sol- Itary and unstable opinions Ruskin Catering to the English From a Vienna paper Comfort able pension for English visitors good kitchen with continental eat ables or plain rosbeef with pottats for same price nice sleeping rooms with open windows painful cleanll ness numerous extraordinary refer ences On Killing Snakes Tho fact that some snakes eject poison against their enemies Is held to justify their indiscriminate extlnc tion We fall to see how They did not have the choice of their means of defense they necessarily took what the Lord gave them and they act as instinct directs A Good Thing About a Girl One good thing about a girl from a mans standpoint at least Is that she doesnt come around as soon as she begins to wear long skirts asking her father questions that he cant answer without being embarrassed In the Way From one mans point of view an other man may be all right in his way provided ho isnt In the way of the lust manPuck MEN DENHALLS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed Tho Kind You have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borno tho signaturo of s and has been inado under Ills per sonal supervision since Its Infancy V Allow no ono to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens PanaceaTho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALW- AYSas the Signature of 4L0 The Kind You Have Always Bought- In Use For Over 30 Years THe CCNTAUN COMPANY TT MUflHAT THECT HCW YORK CITY Subscribe for the Hartford Republican Our Express Paid Line WE GUARANTEE SAFE DELIVERY WE PAY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES AND SHIP FULL MEASURE QUARTS IN PLAIN SEALED CASES On merit alone we are asking you to buy these brands The qualities are right and the prices right If your order dont please you in every way send it back The goods are guaranteed by the Internal Revenue Department the Pure Food Laws and by Us OLD CABLE KENTUCKY BOURBON- In Jugs Only 200 Per Gallon IROOKDALE RYESTRAIGHT RYE WHISKEY eIn Jugs Only 225 IIFAVNDALEOOURBON OR RYE MONOGRAM I Qti 8 U PAlD iXPRE89PAIDCANADIAN WHITE RYE 350 6aXPRESS UqtL 300 575 f860Iqtl 8qtl lrgtsRED ROCK SPECIAL STRAIGHT KEN 260 476 TUCKY BOURBON 450 85o 1200 nAPPLE v BRANDY CLERMONT DISTILL ING COMPANY k 300 575 850 PEACH BRANDYCLERMONT DISTILLING COMPANY 300 575 85 APRICOT BRANDYCALIFORNIA 300 575 850 APRICOT BRANDY IMPORTED 400 750 1100 LINCOLN COUNTY TENNESSEE 300 575 850 FOR THE REHANDLER ALL SHIPMENTS IN PLAIN CASE OR CASK EXPRESS PREPAID Bottlesbottles TENNESSEE WHISKEY Unlabeled 100 pinto 2200 1900 RYECRESCENTCLUBBOTTLED IN BOND PRIVATE EXPRESS PAID EXPRESS PAID n L on nn Sqts ttqti Bqts4gtsqts 3ql 400 760 1100 OLD DOMINION WHITE BYX 1060 1600 ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR GUARANTEE WE have deposited 100000 with the City National Bank of Paducah Ky and 100000 with the Com mercial Trust Savings Bank of Memphis Tenn which amount will be paid to any patty who receives a bottle of OLD McHANEY or SMOKY MOUNTAIN CORN WHISKEY from us original seal intact that is not exactly as we represent itONE HUNDRED PROOF A STANDARD GALLON MEASURE ABSOLUTELY PURE WE PAY THE EXPRESS Ono 011 Two Gals Threo Gals Old MoHoner Whiskey 200 575 885O Smoky Mountain Corn Whiskey 280 550 825 Unadulterated Unweakened as pure and healthful as sunlight TRY THEMthats all we ask Even the gallon bottle in which these goods are shipped is an tp article you will value and find many uses for 0 eREMIT BY MONEY ORDER EXCHANGE OR REGISTERED LETTER CEORC H GOODMAN1 COMPANYIncorporated 2t203205LowcrSecend Street EVANSVILLE INDIANA I It r r t TheonlyBaI ingPowder made from yal Grape Cream of Tartar YALE- akin Powder DOTED NEGRO ON I LECTURE PLATFORM Negro Problem in South Theme Which Draws Large Au- t dience Dopklnaz1I1L ICy Nov 2DtJok T Washington addressed at Union Tabernacle tonight a large audience of black and white citizens Ills Jedure was under Ule auspices of M and F College of this place an educational and Industrall Institution tor negroes of which Prof P T Fra zer Is president Wash I ngto1 accmn- gaanled by alarge number of leading Degrees of Tcuneseeo and Alabama trrlved 1tbhe city this afternoon tnl tile special train In which he Is making his present tour In the South to study personally the condltlon of b1ibisIn pltu ut rain the streets were dined with ultlroes when Washlngtoh Was lrhln lu In open carriage from the depot tu too hall where a lUblL- crcccpUon wo held and ho was lustily chUTed all along the tine In lilt 3ddross the famous colored leader MgbCl that cwtditions be faced frank iy so that each race could boat luuip promote tile Interest IHllllllnesi and JrlSperlty uf the other race lie cun- gratulated thu negroes of Kentucky on the success they already had attained wlCntlOllallr end In business and begged thtwt to make themselves roll more ute ail to the State and NatIon There waoo no soctlon of the globe re said wt+se two races dlssim lIar In n1Qnv roriwcts and dwcllhg to xtother In 1srg numbers got atung- ru well ill all affairs e4 life as In hi South Urfgroted that the out side world ltwtrl Only the crlmo3 and lynchings a Do knew nothing of the Innutnorable evidences of racial friend aaldp and gNl will The negroprob lean In the South was he affirmed a labor IIuioloclI In order to get ef- dIfthe servlos negroes should he aught love M and the dignity of labor article trained for work Their minds and aubltton should be arouse and theIr wrutt thereby Increased so ilsst they will not be satisfied merely Ie oust but will desire better homes churches und dools nad more news paTS and oMlks IIc deprecated the m1jraUn lcIMgrO8 to this clues and asniI the wYtte people to tlo what they could to make the country asl attractive snd safe us the towns He- hupcd that the ugJtlJr of social equal r ivy would r1ot prvont sympathy and Itoip from ltw white peagde and vigorously assurtcd that this was a qucs- tton that nr wlare thtavderl itself and ttpeclally is UM South It was nu on a eubl4ot of conversation mn- ong his luarple tutu the more sensible the negro the more ho finds satisfaction Ja tea company of his own Tate RENDER t Nov Y3Tar J 0 McKenney and Charles Thsneq rnf Taylor Mines were here last WeQiraiday George Baewaa ol Beaver Dam waS hero last TbB J A HinttaOved his family rom here to Mdieary Iasi Thursday Jack Itsed of Prentls and I P Barnardail fsaUvllle were hero Fri Rlay S11ss NtAllot Harris left FrIday for Lh4nn Taal vivre she wU visit for theexttkrs woks Guy StJIcr was InDavCr b- mS1tuid3It Isaac Oaw rpeut die day Jnbouds- lllea Sunyfrq- Mr J ana lira Owsloy ilaH eont1- thebay J o wraaboco Sunday J 00 James faunas o Critroeal CitywasI TiiI a I lfJ i6 c r fl- lJlti11h Y I Absolutely limo Sundn the guest of his sonI StmonIT A Fuqua ot Magan and S S Hoover New AlbanyInd were here yesterday Edward Barrnss of Harrisburg 111 was here today ilerchel ShuUls vlsttlng In Rock port at this writing Mr and Mrs Herman Mtlicr of South Carrollton are vIsiting rela tives hero at this writing SImon Jones Is on the sick list ot thIs writing and luIs been for the past two weeks William Cargal James FIsher and Scott Milliard left today for Harris burg Ili Notice to Old Customers In the recent sale of our livery busI- ness V Main Street in Hartford we disposed of all our livery and feed prlveleges and we are not now doIng a business of this charaoter Wo me doing a general frelsM business In connection with our undertaking es- tabUshmeut on Center Street where we will be glad to serve all our old Isttrons and hope to make many now friends In the future Thanking OUI for past furors we areJResllcc BLACK BIRKHEADI Convention ProgramI Sulphur Springs MagIsterIal DIstrict Convention to be hold nt the Methodist church at Dundee Sunday 130 p in December i I09 140 Greeting by DIstrict Pnsl- dent Introduction ut Count presl dent C C JustusI165 The true object of S S Work Rev R E Bailey 216 Our Greatest NeedsGuymmt- Westerfield Mrs female Reufrow 333 The Adult Bible ClassA B- 1Vesterfieid W A Clllrk 250 How to Increate and Hold AttondanooDr E W 310 Primary FordIDuke Mrs J T Moore 320 The Relation of the Member to the S SN G Kirby I Jack WeUer 330 How to luttorest the Young MenClaude Shultz W S Dean 340 housetoHouse VlsltationsI Mrs Lena Aetna Lee Miller 400 Report of District Secretary Treasurer oral roll call of Sunday Schools Announcements Local officers will arrange music and eeo that programs are dlstrlbut od and announcements made to the tntct that we shall have a profitable meeting Next meeting Fords Ile December 12 A IFiresEction of the town of South Carroll ton Ky dId considerable damage Fri day morning It consumed nearly a whole square beforo It stopped The fire originated In the grocery store of C F Tappan which bulllHlIg was owned by C E Wolcott The fire ei sad to the house occuplcd by Mrs Nrnnle Noonan all a milinery store Ihe losers were W C Iackett two stores and two stocks of goods one IL grocery the other an undertaking establishment C E Wolcott two stoles C F Tappan a stock of groceries 1n C E Wulcotts house I Mrs Nannle Wolcott Noonan a Muck ofmllh101 lit the C E Wolcott store room Tade Foley one stare that was vacant MICf Tzppnn Is the father of our local Jeweler J D Tappan and the loss Is quite severe flS there was no Insurance on Iris stock of grads Drummers in Prison Blue Fields Nicaragua Nov 22 ThlUng salesmen in Nleaagua representing commercial houses in fbo Untted States have been imprisonedI hy the orders of Zplaya It Js said belsndarAraI J11J1drwl of Amtrlcan subjects are JI I I r- a DELINQUENT CIRCUIT CLERK CRITICISED Inspector Thatcher Ass rts Breck enridge County Officer Keeps poor Record A statement was prtntekla day or two ago to the effect that t3tate In- speator Thatcher utter anyexamida thou In DrcckenrJdgo county had found the county officers of that county delinquent do the sum of 91744In to the other officers it should he stated that 81042 of this amount was toJnd duo fmm T J Moore tho Circuit Clerk In regard to Mqores alleged delinquency the Irate inspeotua aye Part of the fines named In the last Indicated period namely from January 1st 1906to date had been collected by the clerk and had neVer boon repotted or even placed on hIs bok Of public funds or any record Ivzopt of it whatever In other three cases he had not issued caplll5os us requaed by law In fact he has not fasaed any capIas on commonwealth judgments since April 1906 and cannot over any sufficient reason for euch gross negilence or dereliction Un his partThis examination shows that the clerk In the matter of failure to issue capias tar tlrlCSlntbe failure w turn over to the state fines and public monies long since eel ected by ilmhas boon grossly Mrcf- Lct In the duties imposed rm him bylaw For this failure he has offered no rensollnbe excuse nor can any be offered ills records have boon kept without system and are sot In good shape and ho deserves the crit Icism now indicated New Post Cards Washington Nov 2Dcelgns for the new postal cards to be issued by the governmeit have been approved by Post General Hitchcock On the ortllllNY card the head of apIpearness of martyred nn selected On the new small card Intended for Index purposes and fur socIal correspondence a likeness of President Lincoln will appear The twocent Jntcrnatlona card will bear a portrait of General Grant A noval and pleasing Innovation has bone made for the double or reply postal card On one half will appear the portrait otGrorgc Washington and on the other or reply halt a llkeness of Martha Washington The paper to be U800 Is the best for the purpose yet manufactured and will take Ink better than the posher now emplocdi1 Going Into a Safer Business It was Cassidy tlrlll mornIng as newspaper carrIer From side to slit ot the avenue be hurried dropping the moist sheets In vestibuies and running them In the space between the door and sill Finally he came to n house that was separated from the sldewallt Ily all urn studded yard Cussllyopen eel the Iron gate und walked up the stone path ho knelt lu the vestibule and started running the paper under the door An upper window was ruts eel and u womrius voice called Is that you harry You are awful late I bear the milk carts rattling Cassidy thought It best to remain quIet The voice continued You needut think Im coming down at such au hour The Idea of you a married nlllll coming home at such u tIme Lost your key ftS usual Well oneI of brass shot two sto lIsa heavy fall and the II press room Some our found Cassidy smoking his pipe In the accident ward GoIng buck to the carrier route they asked rilver once morel responded Cass dYe Ulm goln back to wurruk In thO quarry Thors no tallln knes thor only dynomlted rocksChlcago News As Expanded A diminutive specImen or juvenile feminlttty yclept MIss Mullet had placed herself In a sitting posture upon nn article or household furniture ordl nnrUy termed an ottoman or hassock ministering to the grutlUcallou of her gustatory organs Ily tngurgitating tho coagulated portIon of bovine lacteal fluid mingled with the watery serum of the same which remains after the coaJQlllted portion has been segregated and withdrawn Happening to glance downward she observed that u specimen of till genus araneida class nrpcbnida remarkable for itsablllty to produce filaments or- extraordluhry tenuity from Its own interior hud taken a position ujmu Ibo ottoman or hassock In Immediate Ilrox- hnlly to tier Which totally unexpected Incident aroused her tlpprchenslon to such an extent that she ImmedIately not to say precipitately arose from her sit ting posture and departed from ttto locality leaving the intruder in undlll puted possseaslon of the nparttuetii= Chicago 9tibuae 1t f- if 1 Knew Wes a Canal Soule of eungsterS who are studying lint herd tliue liB tkeIr parent figuring uttke t r used InJthli profouudty Interest lag subject Qnetltlle gIrl hccordlug- to her mentor was asktd the other day to name the three openings Into the throat For the benetof the gen tie reader who lnny Hot aye8t dlei11thl physiology recently It may be ed Shut the openlugiare the erlglottl the esophagus and the alimentary ca cal The little girl had tried awfully hardt to remember those names because she had a hunch that the encber would task to give them She started I bravely The epiglottis she began and hest fated IUJht you are encouraged the teacher WlIllt then Tho umabsarcopbausshe In qulred n little dubiously You mean csophagps my dear suggested the teacher And the thltd Tbe Erie eanal announced the Ut tie glrlcQnlldentiy and triumphantly Louisville CourierJournalThe Bucket soupsa name noW used to denote small outside stockbrokers or financiers not In membership with the Stock Exchang were so called because when they first started In Chicago the only cummddity dealt In by small speculators to any extent was wheat The legitimate dealers would trot handle an order for less than 5000 bushels and then a lot of places sprung up where wen of Ilm Ited capital could speculate with very small sums and these men were spoken of contemptuously as buying and selling wheat by the bucketful hence shops where II small business was conducted la grain on a margin came to be known DS bucket shops The term was finally extended to cover aU- brokerllle offices where small lots of either groin or stock were bought and sold und It was applied particularly to those places where both seller and buyer dill not more than gamble on the rise and full of stocks to Bows on Mens Hats Why Is It that a mans bat has a I baud and why Is It this bans has n bow luvarlably on the left side The answer Is that there was a time when a piece of cloth adjusted to the head and tied with a bund of other material served for a headpiece The reason the bow was always placed on tile left side laid Its origIn In the fact that In wIelding u sworoan accomplishment possessed by nearly every one of consequence at one period of the worlds historythe bow or rosette If placed on the rIght sIde would have been In the WilY Its pres eat day utility Is bat It keeps most men from Wearing their huts hind side before and althoujth with most hate that would not mutter with most heads It doesChicago Record Aerald On this Moon The question Could u man live on the mount has been put to un eml sent astronomer who replied I am afraid rot A man transplanted to the moon would find himself tlJe lone io habitant of a perfectly lifeless orb in which eternal silence reigns fie would bare to mnaol without air water or tire lIe would not aced to put windows In hla house for tlterels- au wind no ruin 00 dust upon the mooo It has ben truly and practically observed that the muou ls apparently abandoned to death nourishing no Iuhubtt tits producing nuthhag rllIem bilug trees lowers or beautiful things of ally kindoseless to short except na u mass of extinct volcanic rubbish which drags the sea Into tides nod re fleets the sunbeams In moonlight The Deans Retort One Sunday murniug lit Cmntn church VIIIU Hole noticed u tipsy turn lu the congregation lle bore his prest once until It was no longer possible and then came to a malt with the ituesttou Are you lit to remain In Gods house The wan got up unsteadily and was helped to the door Jamey said Hole utter tbe scrvlco was over what did you do with hlm1 The useful parishioner replied IlUt him on a tombstone air The indignant vicars retort was Coulllnt youhave put him under it London Mali Names in Politics I want to make n name for myself In politics said the ambitious youth Well answered Senator Sorghum Its liable to be a long and difficult enterprise aodIl probably have to put In a considerable shave of your time allowing your enemies to call you any names they happen to think tlf WahlngtonStnr His Claim to Fame Who was this fellow Pepys and what Is his claim 10 fame Hie claim to rrime Is well founded my friend nes the wan wbo kept aa diary for more than a yearKausaa City Journal Cause For Surprise Belleplr Higgins atarfot to kiss me last nigh- tBeulahAnd werontyou aurprlsed1- L should say 1 was lie dldnt do ItYdnkera Statesman His Preparation Listen to nrmlnlblt of Qhll unry sentiment said a cynical bach elor lID been wltrrled fortyyenri dlrLadleHomo1 rpdentcthan s ry N T I iGI p j AETAWILLE Not this prosreeIngiloelytMrJameeDtvenfl and w1Ievte4t- heiri brother Mrr6ha Diverts Can neltonInd last weekrMr and Mrs JH Loyd and daugh Riles Ruth tended church at FordBvUl Sunday Mastery EvorlttyBowman Hosner- PhlHipe ind 1 Jf nln s communtt have the whooping rough 0IMIss Annio Dawson of Tar a the guest Of sister Mrssprlngsl Ilo Dlvonei I l Some partleq trflhl Louisville and Owonsboro have boon lnAthla cotnmuU- lty blyd hunltng for a AYe The protracted mcoingwlll bogln at Deanfield Loon Master Arnold McKtnlsy who a711 jtendlher parents at Lyonla Sunday Miss Amby Haynes vlldt lon s i1s- Harrleon nouns of IiaynevfllelSunday tlfter1 rolthqproPC1t I Resolutions of Whereas On the morningof Novem ber 18 1909 thcdellh angel quietly bm not unexpectedly camo tato our midst andsummonttl Drdohu J MltcheIltu his eternal fithcr tore bolt i RosdredThatinhis death our com munity has lost an enterprIsIng hon orable loyal citizen whoSe Integrity of character and honesty of purporo none could doubt his family a kind affectionate husband and father the medIcal profatsslon nit honorable off1 dent and devoted practlcloner his church a loyal devoted and consistent member The good be was ablu ncoompUah In our midst will con oI we beex- eelleJY no shop or dy No ca Died- garment 1n iah tmaurpauedWe I lit It ing b- dOJh I I L tlnuato lyelld hafta gfthepe pie t vicinity theReeoivgd That tei t lUiUy ouf9iepcttelt eympMky d um ht better bereavement Bud WIll them to Him can beJa father tto faWberlEee n1da baittoithe widowas well that ofre8UTreOOloDII when laved ones be vatted foeyeri 4 Reeolved That a cb y of these Tee olutdon be PacedbPn kite pftgde of 1 tbothe Masonic ifomedoWnal tar Pubrca tibnd a copj oftill samee on family JfJ r S T YLOR lJjW1LL AMSP i t pt JOE 33 ROGh7RS Obmmlttee t r f Grand JaryI Jhepers ot the jury rrlik and urncd at ierm othe4OhioClrcuit Court las4week oath juror is follpned byhlapoatoffice address agereiigion politics I M J foreman Rockport G3 Methodist DeJUocrat E Crabtree sheriff Hartford 40 Methodist Democrat Clinton Igleheart clerk Equality baptist Democrat MarkRenfrow Narrows 66 j odistRepublicanS Hartford Methodist Democrat Winston Smith Select 42 Christina Republican Edward Pierce Roslne 70 Christ Ian Republican J C Haynes Whitesviiio 63 Bap tist Democrat Jesse Hudson Hartford 74 Baptist DemocratJ Matanzas 64 Baptist Democrat N H Emery Cromwell 59 Baptist Republlcttn W F Hoover Hartford Baptist t Democrat The Doctors First Question How are your bowels This is generally the first ques tion the doctor asks He knows what a sluggish liver means He knows what a long list of distressing com plaints result from constipation He knows that headaches bilious attacks indigestion impure blood and general debility often promptly relieved by a good liver pill We wish you would talk with own doctor about this subject Ask him at the same time if he approves of Ayers Pills Do as he says 1CAIJerCoLoroetlMau I i t Men Ready = to Wear Elr orJinary Values in ClothIDg BO3 Ftuh iMaM Suits jif Prices that mean an actual saving in dollars and cents to any man or boy in this community STYLES found is bar elolhag department are absolutely the latest Wo buy direct from one or deIargat dothing manufacturer In the entire country The workmanship maler1and value of every piece cloth tng bindle will find swat shod cloth here under all full the latest mod fabitcsO- urciothesare fameueforfhelrup seas The values are doesnt paylodItUmachance clothes Try hem on exmJnat Suits 1aj lA PrlwU rtea5to20 the VIe tender this r- polnt wpbs the band lUrt glAd Shall be iy the D The nneL grand the and Reid ti47 Moth 40 48 are your s Mens and THE nnnDt bay CARSON COMPANYTN- CORII i- 1YJ Al D JIARTFOREi- e k L t 1f