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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 1 I l a- F f tf It bItauI i I V Itt tf g d qn 1 c I f J Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INtERESTS OF All THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1per Ye- drrVOL XnJ r trAITFOD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER a 1909 Nu 20 60ViWlLSON BREAKS REEORn Has Visited One Hundred and Twelve Counties 4 Expects to Go to All Before His Term Ex pires Frankfort Ky Dec 1Otte recall will be held by Coy Willson Is held Crow In fact that dlsthigulslce him from every other Governor of- KeMuk ky Gov Willson has spoken In a larger number of counties In Kentucky than any other man whoever sat In the exoouttya Chair Hoe has already hpokom in 112 coun tt 111ttO state and OOts rto speak to the remaining seven before hegoes out ot office He waits tho people of the shoo to feel that they know him kind for this reason he will make n cJil effort to visit the saven oounMes Into which Ore hu foyer been Gov Wlllson also holds flue record for tho hargosr crowds nnxl the smallest that were addressed byra candidate for otrlco in Kentucky Ho spoko to Immense crowds In sev real oplllCOS but once tddre ed an ctsaetnblago or only three otOCr8 Gov J C W Bockhhh held the TeOord before Gov Willson for having spoken In more counties In Kentucky titanf hay other Govcmror and lpfobably holdatho record for hay log spoken In the largest number Qt Counties while Governor ot the state Gov Doekham went into counties wh4oh had never before been visited by a Governor of the State and ho spoke in the mountains where It awa- sharfor blm to koop his appointment pn account of lack of railroadd facll- Ities Gov Iicpldiam was the first Governor of Kentucky to visit many i 01111llOrtunily spoken 1n the 112th ecunty and Is malting his Plans tor another tour ot the state when ho will visit the follow pg eountles whhro iho has never born Martin Menifee Jackson Cum Ualain Russell Edmonnson and Green With thOOJ exceptions the present Governor has boon In every county In Kentucky Most of the counUcs were visited by the GoverIo- Or durIng his campaIgn when Imo a canvass of the state howIeerhas taken soma hard trIps to got to tho counties which are tar removed from railroads Itds fits ambition toI have visited every county in tho btato before ho rotlors os ho feels that to people will le In closer touch with him it they can see him To show that the Governor was same lee spOke once to only threw pcasorThis ttsis i rue time ago rind not while ho was Governor The hero fact that he Ie Governor helpe to draw crowds when he BpeaJiSas the pooplo want to sC9 the loyCrNors the manwhh the pardoning pibwor- eo he Is sure of a crowd when he- speukd hoW hut once when ihe was L candidate all ti Milo tray In the country the Governor fotigd that wilYI three persons had oomto to hear Ho made hIRt pcech jtxt the and 1tJs sold xo have been a gdod one WrightBrown On Sunday fterooon Nov 28 1909 aql1 nonio or tho bridee near Rosln- elir Adam Wright Shronder Was unltea in marriage with Mlrro Fanny Brown The ceremony took place at i oclck Roy 1 j Actaah Olato- npftlciatg Mr James Cuoo1ntgs of S ieJWa best man and Maas Sarah ot Shvaadta Was tirtdesmaid- aAfter congratulations tbo merry ridl patty and anumberof relativesS ando friends droio to the hls teof the groomS purenks bir and Mrs Wm Wright t S ruler whom a ttlve tniPpcitlwaiulo mTlIe brId wore a blue I09fIt It wth heat to match and Pia brldoumaid worn I cream colors Tito b11lde h- ier of Ids aM SirselackooaBrown4f Roeino and lglLvelY popUlar young lady whIte the oro Is a prosper t- 0I1i farmer We ooingratulate each of them on winning sucll a noble companion to sharo th r Joys and sorrows through life and trust tbAt their pathway may be ever bright tind JOYous ON PRESENT Killed With own Gun While hunting roTstroud Station three mes from Isdland Monday Grover Napier a well known miner was kcldently shot W his own nu- tsomatlc shdgun at 8oclOck abed bled to death two hOurs later The con tel of tho shell entered his stomach and leg Ho was poking tho butt of the gun In the weeds to find a rab bit that ho had wounded The gun was discharged when ho jarred it against the ground Mr Napier was nooompanlcd on hIs hunt by James Mttrlte0l who carried his friend to a house and caned a physician but the man died before his arrival He wus 25 years of age His mother urvhes Napier Worked at the Green river mines FINANCIAL PART- MESSAfiE COMPLETE President Asked to Recommend Law RestrictingOleo Washington Nov 30The financIal 6sagaItho Cabinet The Panama Canal bond situation and other features engaged closo attention Todays figures show a working balance in the Treasury ot 26533 680 ili ugh the toi balance In the generl1 fund Ieh includes this working balance In the Ttoasury offices thobalancq In banks and In the Trasury of thee PhlUJllne Islands and other QttalJs Ss llaced at 82 079472 To days excesspf all disburse meats over all receipts Is 252747 but the excess Of nil disbursements over yearI1a399 for the same ItCrlod In the lIre yeIrIrevenue receipts are of 25000000 for the current fiscal year Is expected from the corporation tax and tho estimates for the various departments t ot the Guvernment have been henvtj I cut IAI to the Panama bonds which are l0051i9OOO of these bonds authorized but not yet Issued The sum of 97OG9GI9 represents tile bal- nice expended out olthe general fund of the Treasury robnbursabie from proceeds of bonds not yet sold While exIsting laws authorize 3jj200980 In Panama bands only 84631980 huve over been IssuodIPresident Tart was noncommittal today when appealed to by Represeeti PennImessage sfurther restrlcting the sole ot oleomargarine r Mr Focht delivered to the President a large bundle of petl4lons for such legislation Petitions of the 1N110wrt- IrO cQmimg tQ the White house from various agrlcuUural rotlons vt the United States IWHITESVILLE Fodsvl11e IMrs Charles Chalfln ot Owensooro had Men the guest of her mother Mrs Jane McCarty the past week Mr Kirby Llolchflcldls JI1 town for a few days on business The poolers of the Green River Tobacco Association met last Wed nasday and after a spirIted election Mr W F Howard or naph was elected grader Mr W T Omen and family spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives near NoW panther Creek Mr Marlon Roach who recently married wns In town last week buy- Ing his furnnturw- V A Stlnnclt left yesterday for Ch1ctgo oqU tow days b 8ttip Miss Mary H Wedding left this mornhg fcr her home at Hartford The New Fahmera and Merchants Bank opened this morningwtth pros pts for a rushing buMnes as burro IS noW coming In I Ifrl1eZ Omer who is teaching- school near Roslno paid hla parents- u visit Saturday n a r ESQUIRE CHAMBERLAIN DEFENDS POSITION His Plan Would Be Less Ex pensive Than Present Editor Republican I see a communication from one who sIgns his name A Student who seems to tthlhnk my proposed pl for working the roads In Ohio County would be too expensive Now I am truly glad ho gWes the tax payers some fIgures to show them what expense mr proposxed plan would be to them My trtndd may be correct In his statements It so thero certainly could be no objections to my plan His first SUggesUOlt Is to the time Now I did not limit the time I only suggested the month of Aprll to commence Work l1S I expected the work to be continued until tho roads were finished He says It will take eight months or 183 day to work the roads and tbat the teams and scrapers would I cost 3 per day Well we do not think that so costly Really we did not expect a large grader with six mules and tour men to do tho work far less than 960 per day So we will take your number of days 188 for working the roads Now we find that we have a cOt I for the 16 men 24 mules and four graders of 1721920 The above nnrount lit about the whole cost Including feel for teams and board for thQ men Now my frIend this may look large to you and in fact Is a large sum of money but did you ever stop to think lot the cost that the tax payers are nw out for work done on roaJds We find that there has been expended up to the present dato on roads 11 400 Now wo will take tine proposed plan expenses from the present sys tern WIJ find that wo have 418080 left Su we see at once the proposed plan Is not so bad and not so expen sive as one might think We have In all about 2100 miles of road In Ohio county and wo have 44j2 road I hands Supose we work nil thh5o hand I six days In a year as A Studeit recommends at 1 Xr day The nmomtt would hi 26832 Then wo have alreml appropriated and expended 11400 not Including the ploving on roads which wIll amount to sencthing like 1000 Now add up the totnl and iroq- have 42232 This will give you an pled of how the oohnty lairs been go lag on with Ol1 present road working- system and this Is Wily l m tko rthls- proIHlsl I hn to the tax jfayers and road lluntls lily friend scouts to think that good roads would pleaso the uU1 to mums Now I want you to know that I nnt nn auto nun nor am I an agent fur any Automobile Company In tare I do iot have much lute for themfur every time I meet one on the road l have trouble In getttug my horse by It The man who is clamoring utter me for good roads Is die tax payer and good honest farmer who raises to barer ecru wheat and potatoes to market Jle Is the man lam Interest- led hi und not the lutomm I do not to say that my plan Js the plan bUt I merly suggest this prop oslaion und Mr A Sudnet with nil due repeect and kindnesa twarls you and I am very thlankful to you for your communication will plcusr give me some plan tOT working tile toalls Very truly yours n S CHAMBERLAIN No Crock Ky Nov 29 1909 ARNOlD Mr Norton Evans who has been nick for f11Il1climo Is lit beoor Several from hero have been at I tending church at Dilzouwn Rev Arthur lCelBblnger preached at Mt Liberty Church Su9ufay uud Rev S T Evans proached Sunday night to a largo crowd T R Daughterly und wrtc Inn Ky lutvo bqen vtsiing nt bir llaryle- Daughertys Mr Harvie Daugherty tratelings- abpmran for Stratton BrlmJJJggeC- omp1U has just returned horn from RuticrGray4on aid Ednwriw11I counties and rtJpot18h1urtIi VOJy good Some purples bclong1ng to the JCrit paten have delivercd their tobaoto tit ConCyvillely with very unsfaetbry rturng Price yay i3 end 6 this isunot t very good showing forFaiuurs UnIon I Suoeepst holtapubltcin2 OJ r I i tAPT WALKER INSTITUTES SUIT Served During the Recent Night Rider TroublesClaims an Additional 200 Frankfort Ky Dec 1Sult has been filed In the Franklin Circuit court by Capt Ed C Walker of the Henderson militia company Ken tucky State Guards against Coy August E Willson Auditor Frank P James and Adjt Gen P P John ston In which a mandamus Is aSked ot the court to compel a certification of his military services In 1908 and for 20002 which he alleges Is still due him for hIs services The suit Is In the nature of n friendly one to test the Kentucky statute on the point ot whether state guard officers In active service shall receIve the same pay as officer of the regular army now do wwhen onI like service Cnpt Walker was all much active duty In the night rider trquhleS last year About fifteen OT twenty other officers of the sUite guard are vitally intersteed In the dociskn of this suit and the courts judgment will cut a figure of several thousand dollars to them Dy statute of the general as- sernbly enacted In 1906 It pvns fixed that the pay of state guard officers on active duty should ho at the Sam rate all that paid regular officers The congress ot 1908 Increased the pay of otflccrs on active duty from 33 1I to 10 jicr cent according to grace and the Kentucky military officers contend that tire shoull be paid under the nwo government scale of sal arfesflno mutter was referred to Attor ney General Dreathltt when the claims were made and ills depart ment sustained the officers Gov W111lion however declined to up prove the pay oiecks until II court decision had been obtained un thin point In question AtrneYII Iieavrht trod Woodward are ot commsel for Capt Walker In time suit which his been tiled FOR THE BUSY READER Edward F Pranks Collector of lit= tornal Revenue at OweulJoro has resigned his resignation to take effect on the qUllllflcatloll of his nucce sor- Lawsau Reno Belated returns fail to change In aii materIal respect the nmjorlty or about 25000 against tho pruhibhion constitutional umendmont lu the dlC- Uonln Alabama As the reult of Investigation ot shortages from wine casks Iud nthor packageS at the Baltimore cU9om house a shakeup In that end ot the servIce has been announced S Gov Deneen of IllinoIs held n con tcronoo with Richard Nowsam pres dent ot the hinds State Mine Investigation Board reganlltag the Cherry mine dtsuster Investigation and 1110 ptYYd amendments to the mining laws of lllnois Acting upon information given by a man who said that ho overheard a conversation In which Plans to ns- slsslnatc John D Rockefeller vest dlscusselhEait Cioveland 1lIcc guard ed Forest HILI the oil magnlles homo all night Tuesday 5 The Court of Apeals of the district of Columbia granted rJhe petition ot Samuel Gompers Jolni Mitchell and Frank Morrison In tine contempt case against tliem fora stay or executor ot the inundate of the court sending them to jail Defore Judge Anderson in the United States Court I1t Indianapolis eight former employs ot banlos under In ttlctanontci the charge of embezzle mcnt and two other men charged wIth complicity fu embezzlement were urralnged Five entered pleas of guilty the stearuer Iirowster with Q carr go fPm Jamaica l1nd Cuban s for t hard uSrtaIn a langcTcuspoSlt1n ott Ilamon Shoals llg1hji Jut yobth of C- aat e Hatteras The steamer sent out mils for lVSSIstiInco and with much dif blculty lIremvcrB rescued the crow 5S The petition for a watt of cortIor art In the colltmptlJ1UCeOIllngs against Samuol GompclS John Mit chell and Frank Morrhan officers of- tho AmerIcan Federation of Labor was formerly presratcd to the Supreme Court of the UnIted States by Judge Alton D Parker or Now York 5 A request that King Edward arbi trate the Alsop claim didputo between the United States and Chllo was mado by the United States througtt the Foreign Office It London Ills Maj My hod been communicated with In formally on the subject before but at that time gave a nnoommittal reply to the suggestion More Tobacco Sold Bowling Green Ky Nov 29 The board of control of the One Sucker Tobacco pool today alosd two contracts for a sale of 4500000 pounds of the 6500000 pound pool to the American Tobacco lom otIIoUlSVIllQwas l and lugs three cents for trash SALE OF DAVIESS CO EQUITY POOL RATIFIED By Growers in Mass Meeting at Whitesville Sat urday At n meeting ot the American Society of Equity Ilooicrodwho 1llde liver at Whitesvllle held at that plate Saturday ntternoun the sale ot their 1909 palled crop to the American Tobacco company It price tanglrrg from 9 down to 5 fur teat- and lugs find 3 for trash was rsi tied J W Dunn was unnntmously chosen grader timid dollverles will be gin December 1 Time meeting hold lit 1Vliitesvlllo was abject to the call of J W Dunn for thu PU1llu t of coisldering n rile of the pacled tohaceo antl ills to chooSe n grader The poolers present I wen ot the ophriun that lj so much tobacco has ahondy boon turned itrese I nt 9 9 uIIII 3 It would be din IIItlloThe crop told will ammnt vs something over half n million isnunle It I will como largely from the WhHesvllll- stXtlhm ot Davu s cuuucy but will rise roach other sections and hap InI to Hancock and Ohio counties to same extent I It was deckled that delhcrleJa- h0l11d I begin on December 1 and the election of a grander became neeca I soIcletunanimously IS boro Inquirer F L Felix Dangerousiy Ill Mr l L Felix proprietor of the Hartford herald Is still quite Ill at his home on Walnut street Ho Is suffering from an unusual hut very serious malady carbuncle of the pOI tenor portion of the neck At first It was thought to ho only auk urdina- ry boll but It has developed to dangerous proportions lie suffers intensely and Is only relieved by the administration of opiates lilt life has been most despaired of thought nt the hour of going to press last night his condition was a little more favorable Marriage License A D Wright Olaton ago 33 to Fannie Drown Rosine ago 24 George S Carmon horse Branch age 24 to Tulor Wilson Horse Branch ago 17 G W Logrand Fordcvllle age 29- to Lizzie Flener Fordsvllle age 18 I Charlie Shultz Wysox ago 24 to Maggie Knight Wysux age 22 F W Pirtle Hartford to Mrs Ann Felix Hartford Shelby XIugherty Cromwell age 19 to Yctto White Sulphur Sprlngsage 17 Wlt Kelly White Run ago 26 tu Lizzle Rentrow ago 22 J C Massey Westorfleld age 28 23udCarson Shrove Du e ago IS to Atrlo Harrison Dundee agar lS GREEN RIVER fiROWES MEET And Ratify Sale of 1909 Pool Some Argued for Accepting the Sale Samples and Others Were Bitterly Opposed About 100 members ot the Green River Tobacco Growers association met I1t Owensboro Wednesday to approve or reject the proposed ale of tho 1909 crop The sale was ratified and President Berryuwas endorsed There Is considerable dissatls1ac- tion over the way In which tobacco now being delivered is Jklng classed It Is claimed that very little of tho- Daviess county tobacco ot thIs year tIts the 9 9 and 3 samples and that only a small amount of It conies up to the samples priced lit 8 8 and 3 ThIs cuts the price to 7 7 and 3 or below It Is probable that this will muse much dieusalon at the meeting tofay Most of this dissatisfaction Is among the poole S of the Home Warehouse company who are now dllveering Mr Berry stated that It Is said on every hand by perous who should know better that he has sold out to the trust despite the tact that hIJ lies financed the association with his own money and given his time and energy to the advancement of the as- seiations cause lie YLated that because of the criticism against hint he would decline to act as chairman and ho retired but was nominated and reelected chairman by at tmatlon Samples drawn to as cf6fthas IKls- Kihle represent the 1lt1 iipfurti- ro 190l sale were d i1 elin meeting I1S it whole andUrilrallan cmslderablp distalisfacflnuiniiiay big that tlHr Ubatro ilulillIili j1I above tlll third class rlJl vlibeli loaf said lugs brIng only 7 Oltre claim that they Mn meet the satnidrs or better then llou R w nIJrkllthxl rOSMl- ttho opinion that the stmlllei ought not be drawn by last yeirs rop but should be made to rnpiresoit tills years crop as nearly nl pnsibirand ho suggested tint any actionAbe deferred until ucxt fhtUlllll A quostion was next rofetvl ato till c inpurlson If the saupl0s lp till mneeting with those whIch the deliveries are to be made and lift t time orIginal Sample lwd ben Strni for I committee of five was tpolutcd to compare them and report back It being admitted that too much hand ling would spoil time dellvet y srnnples After the inspecting cunmilttce had made It favorable report till raUflcl- Ithm or rejection of tilt sale wus tak en up and with only It few votes op posing the sale was ratified The meeting then went on record as unaJl- Imousl indorsing the work of henry DeITY and urging him to contInue at the head ot the organization Meeting Cosed The serIes of meetings which was conducted by Rev 11 E Dodd ot Paducah ut the Baptist church Clo6LY1 Vedntaday night ItJ v Dxhl- is I1n ablo minister and his sonaont were enjoyed by u largo number of time pxoplo ot Hartford The rule re- quhlrig the lallles to remove their hats during services WIII something which has been needed home for along time but which our bonne 1111111- 14torI have nut had the courage to enforce A sermon heard from lllhhul of these twentieth century pleas mllllncry loses about three fourtlll loc Its force and effect and Rev Is to be recommended for his I fJmncss in requesting the removal of these obstructions from the pathway ot tile wont of God The mooting ro suited 1111 three conversions and seven additions to the local church Notice The pooling pledges for the 4100- 9crop or tobacco so tar as they have been turned In to mc have beat placed in the hands of Mr Henry Pirtle of Hartford n FD No 1 to- be audited Any local that has not- sent lil pledges should do 60 at oNce f CE SMITL Sec OhIo Co UnIon A S of E J r y I r r ir 3 Y u NEW FACTS ABOUT- MOR6ANSnEATH Woman Did no Inform Un ion Officers Boy Named John Leady Furnish ed Information Which Caus ed His Capture Kansas City 1IoA whole lot of questions that survive the civil war will h discussed and never set tled BO lose as any of the participants ant alive One of these Is about the death of General John H Morgan th j Confederate leader who led a raid Into Ohio and Indiana and penetrated farther Into Northern ter ritory than any other Southern com mander Oaneral Morgan was captur ed near tile Ohio niver carried to the Ohio ponKentlary heaped reor ganized his command and was Hilled at Greenvilte Tenn X II Galo s a dentist at No 1116 Main etrvst was an adjutant In General Morgans comland and saw his commander killed at Greenville He had Investigated the causes of the surprise capturo and shooting of Morgan An answer to a letter writ ten to Grcwnvllle recently is he be licves the true story 1 had always believed that a young woman tim daughterinlaw of Mrs Catherine D Williams whose husband was with the Union army gave the Federal Information which led to the surprse capture and death of General Morgan Mr Gaines sild yesterday When we approached the Williams kane on the day before Morgan WI i killed we saw this young woman rWo away from the house General Morgan was suspicious and I asked MM Williams who the young woman WM and where she was going The reply ww that the young woman I was going to a neighbors house for watermelon The answer was frank ly gives and we believed it at the time But after the Generals death every ore believed that the Woman who was seen to ride away from the house went to where General A G GUlera tie Federal commander was rnp1 and told him where Morgan could be found Morgan stayed all night IB the Williams house and was captuivJ early the next morning He was rfj t utter he had surrendered and liven up his arms 1 wroV to Grenvllle s me Urn ago asfcltx the postmaster to refer my letter b i Rime one who knew rf the cUcura anoce of General Morgans death I i Hved an answer from A It Wilton of that place who looked Into the teat or lib an wor acquit the young woman of treachery forty tire yeam tsr this des h of Morgan1 Mr WHjir account of the death of the IulIlterD racier follow It ill 1I01t1Ib1e Vi run down or nefnt all rvoru in relation to this event Iiwaruta a wornan left the horn of Mni William shortly xfwr tho arrival tl1 Morgan General Duke jumped t Ue conclusion that slu j tad acted truttir and reKiri d Mor gans wlMroaboutft to General Glllcm This In tithe The young Mrs Wil Jiatiui daugli orlnlaw of Mrs Catlior Ine D Williams while her husband was I Biii4K i a Union mini and wlthu the Federal Hues WHH a Su them symttliizur Jut the same She was before IHT marriage a Rum Iraugh one of the host families of Virginia and hud two brothers In the southorn tinny One was a callJlrl and the otlni a major The truth IB that she went to a farm ownod by her motherinlaw fou mile from Giwnvllli when She vas wren bIt tiuinhr of 7 ClrNl She In tot iled Us return with wtrurnioloun fur the diHMnftiitaluxl guest On account of a Iwiflvy rain sl disc not re turn until ttn next day but spent the night with hll Bartly a ter nt r n the farm jtc l came into Gnoenvllle tlmt mornJei just uficr the FwleralH had enterul town She was es corted Into town by Federal pickets thus roushrg the suspicion that she had betrayed Morgan I have tthio tten a dtepilch from WaBhinirfii giving the credit of Mor I gans death vf a Mrs Sumh TJiornp son who died August 26 this year Tbs Is otjiuliy false Mrs Thomiison hud been mwrled about tour tines Her first husband Thompson whose name she clxrso to go by was a Federal scoutrte perhaps n bushwacker durlni taw civil war I have heard oflHior totting up the claim of having muted tint death of Morgan with the Idea If prffhig a pension by net of Congress I sin cerUiIu that she had mothIg wfciovor to do with Uio mut ter t mold have boon impossible for o woiMiito have made the trip of cI htc+t wllra to General GlHoma cam Tt e jKin5ii who did give the1nt 04cucp ron te Gmeril l OMMa wWeIi caused Mergaa detrfii aecltIIeC8j lure of kte coouMiBdirM a Key BlUR ed John Leady and others wbq the rectloB6 as to how to order to effect the surprise of Morgan In fact General GUtam sen a ddnpatch to bis superior officer Mended to put an end to the rumon of a womans having betrayed th Confederate General In this be stated that no woman had given him thi information that led to tho captun and killing of General Morgan The young woman who was suspected of the treachery seems never t have denied the charge Mr Galno Joes not know what became of her Could Not Be Better No one has ever mado a sane oint neat lotion or balm to compare with Bucklers Arnica Salve Its the one perfect hurler of Cuts Corhns Burns Braises Sores Scalds Bolls Ulcer- Eczema Saltt Rheum For Sore Ece Cold Sores Chapped Hands Ka su preme Infnllbl for Plies Only 23c at all dniggUts Colors and Tempers A French paper tells the story of a married pair whoso domestic life was embittered by quarrels without a delequate occasions Under the advice of the family physician the husband replaced red wall paper with blue and perfect harmony was established the wifes disposition became that of an angel and the husband suddenly grew sweettempered t Although the bluegrass craze o twentyfive years ago Is not en tirely forgotton we have not the least disposition to throw dlscretlt upon this story If a rod parasol will Infuriate a haughty bull and a gentle sadeyed cowlt is not Incredible they should have a similar effect upon humans of both sexes But we should like to know how the French hus band changed the wall paper Is It possible that men are so far eman cipated In France that they can do- a thing Ike that An Amrlcan husband who should attempt to change the papering of his house would encounter exprlences that would termi nate the experiment long before the change of blue for red had time to produce its effect upon the wifes dispositionIf the temper and blue Governments State and National is tranquilizes it then the duty of our perfectly clear Red wall paper must be abolished The Federal Government must not collect a tax from corporations making the exciting article It must not be a party to the de scruction of hapy homes It must iJmpfy and immediately taboo red wall paper And while pink paper can not bo said to be red yet it is Inclined toward red and very suscaptble people might become Infuriated by pink walls That pink Irf tho favorite color with women must not be allowo to obscure the tact that it tends toward red If the Ingenious French family physician will discover what colors In cline men to apply hot and rolicl llous liquors to their blood and what hues subject women to the mercilew domination cf bridge whin we may proscribe them also and change our characters by changing our col- ora Philadelphia Rec- ordQUICKS PillS For Liver Ills Saves Doctors Bills County School Teacher The requirements of the County teacher are trot many Sho must bo a primary Into mediate grammar grade high school toucher combined she must be able to build fires adjust fallen rove pipes put In windowpanes sweep dust split kindling drive a hors keep out the neighboring quarrels know how and when to whip a bad boy understand the school laws raise money for libraries keep all kinds of records plant trees on Arbor tiny bo of good moral character and pass an examination in tho modern branches cf education For those accomplishments sho receives X30 a month Out of this she pays her board buys her clothes at tends the summer schools buys educational papers andbooka and slate pencils for the pupils What is left she adds to her bank account or start u bank if sho prefers Un leis somothltig Is done to reduce her wages school teachers will have a monopoly of tho wealth of tho coun and wo will find in our midst a- abor organizations which will mo nance our froo institutions and en slave our tax payers- ExMENDENNNALLS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills ahd Fever Guaranteed mitt 4 E6ISLA1URCCs t Kentucky Women to Dee mand the Right to Vote Will Also Make a Hard Fight for Mady Other Ne dedI Reforms Kentucky women and more particu larly those who belong to the Ken tacky Federation of Womens Clubs are getting ready to march on Frank withsthe opening of the Legislature next January and the object of the cam paign will be securing for women the right to vote on school questions Not only the Federation which In cludes practically every womans club In the State but two other organiza tions famed for the express purpose of fighting for suffrage will battle for- eth passage of a bill through the LegIs I lature embodying that feature The name of the mere man who will Introduce the measure has notyex been divulged the was Includedfin a provision for a commission for Louisville to take the place of the School Board In order not to confuse the issue the measure was drafted separately and then introduced but I unfortunately was the victim of a slow but painless death In some committee pigeon hole The women who want the right to vote on questions affecting the schools believe that the experience they got at the last session will be of value to them In the fight which they in tend to make and they have high hopes of winning it Mrs Desha Breckinrldge of Lexington is chairman of the Legislative Committee of the Federation and Mrs Chas p Weaver of Loulsvlllels a member of the Education Committee of the organization and a member of the National Educational Association repre senting the federation The two are doing much In behalf of the bill The Equal Rights League of which IMIss Emma Hast of Louisville is president and the College Suffrage Association of which Miss Virginia Robinson is president believe in a wider extension of the franchise than the school suffrage but they will core bino their strength with the State Federation in order to get that first With nil thee bodies working for it It bogies to look as If the Legislators will have to throw up their sands and yield since It is now a maxim of the suffrage agitation daft Asiriris the men are convinced that Fhd women I want the ballot they will get t- It has been learned that the Equal Rights League and the College Suf frage Association will call a mass meeting In Louisville sumo time next week at which tho suffrage question j will be discussed The leaders of the movement hope to Interest tbe men I especially at that meeting and among I others the members of the commercial organization They feel that if they can go to Frankfort with some well known bodies of men favarlng their ckilms they will have a better chance ofwinningThose desire to see Kentucky women granted the right of suffrage on school questions assert that the womens clubs have been the most potent Influence in the SuVao has had the awakening of a sentiment Infavor of more and better schools mid In favor of taking tho schools out of poll tics and they bcKevo that to allow them the privilege of voting would surely result in an improvement of the whole systemaThe ballot limited it is true but fltlll the ballotIs not the only thing the women want tho Legislature to give them They arc going to back the bill for the creation of a State Llbrar Commission in which they are much InterestedThe Federation has travel IitvoInotions of which arc altogether without books or literature of any kind in or der to take care of such sections and make it possible for the people of the neglected districts to get more oppor tunities of an educational character the Library Commission la wanted W F Yust of the Louisville Free Public Library la having the bill drawn Kentucky has long been without a SMto flower Tho womens clubs iwant the bluegrass to bo given that title and they want also the tulip trootti be designated as tho States official tree It Is said by ihnaj who are In tercBicd lit bills providing for things that they have been promltf I 4fftl eaonjk Hertt3 tewre tfeeir fi a his 1 t We offer One Hnadned Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh taat caaeot be cured by Halls Catrrl Care F3 Cheaey k Co Toledo O We the UBdersigaied have kBOwi F J Cheney for the last 15 years believe feta perfectly honorable fa all bofllmsa transactions and loan dally able to carry out any obllg Uons made by ate firm WholesaleHalls Catarrh Cure to taken Inter nhlly acting directly upon the blood ami mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by nil drugts Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Womans HomeCompanion for December The artistic features of this Issue are striking A fullpage painting of the Madonna by Uoulso Cox a delightful fullpage Child Painting in colors by Jessie Willoox Smith two pages of profusely Illustrated humorous verse by James WhUcomb RIley and an amusing story In pictures Their Chrtanas Visit Home There is good Christmassy fiction In this issue by Myra Kelly Zona Gale Hulbert Footncr and John D Barry There Is a serial by Katha rine Holland Brown and a detective nlwblcbgenius for novel nnd Intricate plots The glamour that surrounds all queens Is particularly strong about tho supposedly romantic queen of Italy That glamour fades away before the trenchant pen of Kellogg But land who calls her tbe most popular quern of Europe Cincinnati Is a happy city accord Ito Womans Home Companion Investigators have gone there to live and they tell In this Christmas Issue why Cincinnati is a flea American city This is the second of a series of articles on American cities and is In vivid contrast to last months ar tlclo on PlttEhurg Lyman Abott has a Christinas talk and there are more of Edward Everett Hales delightful Reminiscences This issue Is essentially a Christmas oneand is filled with new ideas for Christmas presents Christmas em broidery Christmas decorations Christmas festivities and Christmas cooking Tine regular dpeartmenls appear as usual but most of there are bigger than In any other month GIVBNBNEY TO AID GIRL WHO KILLEDMAN- MWioeaire t Thinks She was Jus tified by Unwritten Law will Help Her Out Touched by the plight of Alma Bell of Auburn CaL who is facing a charge ot having murdered her lover under the code of tho unwritten law D D Walker former merchant prinCE of St Louis who is now In Los An gales aided the young woman by sending her a substantial money or der for cash Mr Walker Is rated at 112000000 Something in that girls pathetic condition appealed to me said Mr Walker today The telegraph ac count Slid that she was making a tow HUla articles by hand to help pay for her defense I want to help her outAs the father of five of the brIght- est young men of the Moddle West Mr Walker speaks with a deep feel ing on treatment of girlhood When my boys were 12 years old I laid down the law of right and wrong to them on subjects of this kind and they never forgot it ho said I told them that if any act of that kind was committed by them they would have to marry the girl and that more Ignorant the girl hap pened to be tho greater their crime as men of education and refinement I believe that all fathers should warn their sons along this lineIf this poor girl killed the man who first ruined her and then cast her aside she ought to have killed him unless some of her male rela tives beard of1 it first and beat her to him I believe In the lynch law in such cases for a negro because he is dan gerous and savage and must be con trolled through tear and for the white man ten times over because be chamIIPure womanhood Is the greatest of Gods gifts to man and man should cherish and protect her Value of Publicity- A merchant In a small town who saw a farmer receive goods at a railroad station from a mailorder bouse told him ho could have sold the same goods for less money and saved the freight besides Tho farmer asked why he didnt let people Holiday Gifts of Silverware Silver U the first giftsforgraceful compliment can be extended than perfect 1847 ROGERS BROS xsTRIPLE perfectionarticle you can buy Silber Plate that Wears AI safely a an expert This also guar vedartSold by leading dealers every CLhowinz COnMerlden Conn A Good Painter with Poor Paint gets Poor Results A Poor Painter with Good Paint gets Better Results But a good painter with Jlaooas teii Seal fail can produce results in every way satisfactory GREEN SEAL PAINT will go frtherv ar longer look better and actually save the consumer 15 to 25on a job of painting I ron SALE ay iyFAUGHTDR L B BEAN Hartford Ky m i r v p irA 71 kaew Twegk be kat takes tbbpaa paper regularly fOIY8lUha ever8I1a lIriltn It that such goods were to Abe had The mallorder 8 house came after the trade and got It Merchants ahd manufacturere who tan to advertise whatf they have Should 4 not expect to compete with those who do The very beet Articles at the lowest prices will be passed people are unaware of their exJtttencefJ Probably If the merchant had adver tised and the farmer Lad bought frollt him he wouldnt havo known that his advertisement had brought the ji t business anyway and so would not have given It credit Publicity often reaches much further than is out wardly perceptible Exchange AReliableRemedy Elys Cream Balm It quickly absorbed CltetlUlitl at Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects the diseased membrane resullinfrom Catarrh and drives away a Cold in this Head quickly Re stores the Senses of CATARRH Ie NAY FEVER I Taste and Smell Full size 60 cts atDrug Tv gists or by mail In liquid form 75 cents Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York I Weeky Courier Journal HENRY WATTERSON Editor i Is a National Newspaper Democratic in politics It prints all the news without fear or favor Tho regular price is 100 a year but you can got the WEEKLY COURIERJOURNALJ and the I HARTFORD REPUBLICS Both One Year for 150 I a if you win give or trend your order to this papernotto the Courier JournalDaily ConnerJournal a Year 6 Sunday CourierJournal a Year 2IWe can give you a combination cut rate on Dally or Sunday if you will write this paper McCALL PATTERNS q2 Celebrated for style perfect titl simplicity And nearlyneryor by mall direct More sold than eatslogucMcCALLS luhonmagazinemillioneat styles patterns dressmaking halrdulntrellquetteyear orth double Including a free pattern copyWONDEKFUZ 1AndTOE ilcCiLL CO S3 to IS W nth SU NEW YOu IEXPERIENCE COPYRI TnAoe MARKSIAnlInll IttuJln a Ikelehand quicklascertain our opinion whether au PommunleatIoaetaiCtl7mnedentlah agency oreerurwRpattuna noslyssyetaiScientific HtnericatiA handsomelr Illnstrajed WMklr aoidbyailnewdeaieh re a Israorh OIIIoe11 BtWuJlIqtOl1 n 11 A 1 V4 hl i111 r i e r l wSPUTH 3 INDUS NTRIAL IIISORY Closely Allied With the Na val Stores Trade I Though the Article of Southern Export Have Increased in Ta riety their Naval is Same The naval storks Industry Is one of the oldest industries in the Uultcd- Btatc deriving its nnmofrom the tact that In curly days pitch from pine treys was commonly uSed to malt wooden vetmels wateTtlght says R S Kellogg of the UnUcI States Forest Service The ttrm has iwoduvts lOng ago found other and more important uses The turpentinIng ot pine timber began In Now England with the pitch or yollow pine of that region but it was In North Carolina that tho first extensive developI ment of the naval stores Industry cur The records show that from 1768 to 1770 tho average exports of naval stores to England In htded S8 111 barrels of crude turpentine 20G4G barrels of pitch and 88366 barrels of tar Most ot the crude was shipped to England for distillation through the ports of Wilmington and Newborn The supplanting Of the Iron by the copper still In 1834 greatly In croas the output of volatile oil and gave much Impetus to the In dustry However previous to 18H not over onhalt of the production In North Carolina was distilled nt homo Then because of tho poor market for rosinthe stills were tranSferred from the ports to the woods and Q heavy onslaught upon long loaf pine forests of the South began North Carollnnn reached Its Max Imum In naval stores production In 187980 with nn exportation of G 279250 gallons of turpentine and 663 967 barrels of rosin A comparison of this great exportation with a total productIon In North Carolina in 1908 ot 732300 gallons of turpentine and compar1Ilsona total production In North Carolina- In 1908 pf 732300 gallons of turpen tine and 131900 barrels of rosin tells tithestory ot the exhaustion of the longleaf pins In that state South Carolina attained Its maximum out put of naval stores In 1882 only two years after that of North Carolina The invasion of new forests of ti1rgin timber brought Georgih to the front II tow yoars later but recently that State has boon surpassed by FlorIda- r which now Is producing nearly one halt of the total value of the yoar ly output of the naval sores Indus try After followIng the lone loaf pine forests to theIr southern limits tui- pcntining swung to the waetward across Mississippi Ioulfllnnn and Texas the latter Soto having become a consldentble producer only within tho last seven years- Untill recently naval stores wore entirely produced by one of the crudest and most destructive systems of forest exploitation ever devJBc41 Great damage by fire and storm has always followed the turpentno dox Thousands of acres of Illondld long loaf pit o forests have been abandon cd and destroyed after four yoars- of turpantlnfng hind the v tluablo timber which they coutnlnd not ultl- ized Tho earlier operations of the turpenitJno Were comparable In their dosirtictiveness only to those whIch swept the buffalo from the western plaIns The buffalo was killed tor th bide and horns tile lcnglcaf tllne tree tOT Q gallon or two of turpentine aid a few pounds or rosin The destructiveness ot the box system at least became so apparent and wldollproa that to lotpetu ate thorn industry the operators wero forced to turn to other methods Various substutca were propOSed and+experimental work of the Forest SerVice In methods of conservative opotaUon dates from 1901 whoa Dr Hert undertook the studios wIth wle splendid reaulta you have long t boonfamlliar Tbe efforts ot Dr HcrtYaud other conclusively that improved wethods- lu Bicha cup Is used to catcla the crude turpentine and the box dOQo awns with result In the pTQductlon- ot a larger quantity of turpentine and rosin higher giadea of tho lItWr lodger life to the timber and greatly loosened damage from tire and wind rho lntroductionotthcle methods Isthe first step in consrrvatlya- j rturpentining of Jhelncresed cost of the equlpmeht such methods have cwt appealed to the smaller opera tore +who have little capital and whoa operaUI1DS extendover only two or three years h s gtveu locallt3 They 1 aac tt- a TrY This In November Thousands upon thousands ot tam flies who have not been regular eat ere of Quaker Oats w11lbeglnon the flret or November and eat Quaker Oats onto or twice every day for thIrty days or this month the result In good health and more strength and vigor will mean that every other mot thin the year will fed thorn doing the same thIng Try It Serve Quaker Oats pleat thirtydaysgreasyfoods gotIneating thattheQuaker Oats Js packed In regular size packages and large size family packages 7 are unquestIonably profltlllblo to the larger operators and especially to those who working upon theIr own timber have ethe most inducement to handle It cro fully Only within the last five years have those Improved methods been Introduced up on a commercIal male Yet the fact that already one seventh of tho entire output of naval stores la by these methods and that to the newer fields and most upto date operations they are used most largely demonstrates that they have passed tar beyond the experimental stage A Wheatfield Story Frequently storIes are told that a certain class of harvest hands who como to Kansas to help garner the wheat crop are tough and hard to get along with These fellows make lire n burden for the better class of workers who come Into the fields to make and save whatever money they can A young fellow who lives In the east end of the state recently re turned tram tile wheat fields having found work all summer of one kind or another I worked with a tough bunch lie saId to a friend In tel ling about It Maby I just hAppen ed to fall In with bad oneS Many of the fellows spent their money as quickly as they got It In booze or gamblingThis saved 100 and sent It home This made some of those with whom lie was workIng sore and they began to nag him Finally ono day he stuck his fork Into the ground and mild to thou This horse Is hitched with a twine strIng and l any of you fellows think you can ride him you will bate no trouble breaking the string Say you call Ing ono of them by name You are the biggest man In the bunch Como rIght on I will cut you down to my size and whlll you and then take on the rest of the crowd Im ready for uslnclp and the man who doosent come In now and cash any chips ho holds In this game had betI tel keep still Not a man hereafterIWhat you fellow hllll accepted your IntatlonIwas asked of tIlls boy I would have kept my word was the reply and cut him down to my size I had my jackknife MIn In my hip pocket lie was not annoyed any longer The value of this story Is encom passed In the simple question Are many of the imported laborers Into Kansas wheat fIelds n bad lot If they are the matter Is worthy of consideration There are good men vho conic to the wheat fields from th outsIde 1l11 twho do their work well HUll from their number are men who toy and become tlrlltclasi citizens But they arc not under disc- ussIon tire bad ono Is the subject Kansas must leave harvest bands every year20000 or more It was only a few months ago that the director Qf the State Free Employ meat Bureau refused to admit certain foreign elements Into Kansas whIch certain societies In several largo Eastern cities wished to ship In on the frank ground that they were undesirable There are a number of foreigners In Kansas today and most of them are unuseful citizens Now the question comes and It calls for moro attention year after year Does the harvest season and its calls for holy bring undebirablos In any considerable number Intq Kan s Do many ot them stay What Is there to be done about it These questions may not open dI- rectly to the town man but the Kansas farmer knows the situatIon and hq thinks about It The wheat harvest problem Is the labor problem of Ken ass The fact that It exists for only a few weeks In each year makes It Very hard to deal with But It Is n condition not n theory and people st o think on such things and advise on such things will find It a probj lee Mt unworthy of their study From the Kansas CIty Journal children Cry FORFLGT- CHERSOASTOLAt CENTRAL CITY IS VISTEDBY FIRE Damage to Amount of 4 600 Wrought by Flames r Barking of Dog Gave Alarm at Geo Woods HomeCouldnt Find Hose Reel Central City Ky Nov 2Gcen tool City was visited by II fire It an early hour FrIday mornIng that in n few minutes destroyed three dwell Ings ontalllngn loss of about 4 GOO The fire originated In the homo ot Assistant Chief ot Police George Wood supposedly from n defective flue The barking of the tantily dos alone prevented the family from being Injured as ho barked and scratched on the door to awaken his master who In a half awakened condition called to him to be quiet The dog grew louder with his walls and Mr Wood realizing that something was wrong arose and opened the door to find the entire rear of the house n mass of flames Quickly closing the door to shut aft the flames from the front of the house ho commenced to carry out furniture and to call for assistance- The house on the east side of the burnIng building was soot In flames this being the home ot M F Moore After the hounes on either side were afire the new hose reel secured a fewweeks ego and which had been placed In such a secure place that It could not be located came on the scene The hose was ndJused find two streams of water were playing on the fire Willing workers did good service and the house of Bud Fortney distant only about six feet from the bUTlllng dwelling was saved Had the fire department been located earlier In the mornIng the fire would hove been confined to the dwelling In whIch It started It would have been llOsslhle hind the bucket brigade formed to have tuvad lone or both of the houses but theI men expecting to have tle hose which to fight the fire came without their buckets As the result of this mornittgs ox- perlcnoe a fIre department was or ganized tonight there being ninny volunteers UUd there wilt bo nightly drills until the company Is perfect The loss and the losers were 31- F Moore of the Central Coal and Iron Co 1800 Mrs Anna McDowell 800 Assistant Chief of Police Goorgc Woods 600 James N Moor man administrator of the osato of Mrs Flimtle Wallace 500 In N J and Mlss Blanche ROSWIJI 100 There was insurance on all tho Ilroll- orty and was carried hy the C 1- 1Blanford agency QUICKSOa oo PillS Will cleanse your liver and purl fy your blood and make you fed like a new mltl1 Texas Rangers to Go The Texas ranger has lost hits vogue The most Infamous band Of freelancer the tmntcr ever boasted Is slated for olJlvICln lt Carspns seems next greatest In aunt of hihsturlc Interest are a Lust vnnlshing memory They hud a more pheturesquo figure far thor loader than the rangers ever followed Into the thIck Buffalo Bills hunters and gulden faded oUt ot existence along with the buffalo herd they did W much to extcrmitate but the redoubtable Buffalo Dill Mms lf still lives to show us how It was done with rifle anti lariatThe days when Western Texas was the El Dorado of gun fighters cattle thieves and malefactors of stolon wealth In general the Texas ranger reached the zenith of his usefullnosa Ills mission was the preervultion ot at toast a semblance of law and ardor at any costAll times n mounted policeman with a State commisslonsu1 ject to orders from Austin tM Ilnmor of the name Texas ranger nttache4 to hIm a wider field of action than ho filled But What duty rolled him to do sufficed to satisfy the longing for adventure In most men woo wgro at tractedto the Command by the pros poet Roosoclts roglmontof Rough Riders ns Is well kn wnwns largely recruited from the rangers or men who had belonged to that body Their ejtploas In Cuba are a mutter fii1 anecdotet U i 4tu r0co1ti- tof the once splmro1y settled section of Texas Into counties each with Its local cowrlnbnlaryapd hamo rulQ spar It the ranges field of activity has ncrroatcd wnltI 1t u becont ti- prp Iem where to+ find quarters for them Their presence Is resented everywhere and in one town the citizens wont so far as to inquire In to thQ moral character of the men Had such n thing OOCU1TrOO n gencrolUo- nngoYhat has dome to light would have- ataggered belief and oven today the showing ls anything but defying The StAte press Is a unit for dlsbandmentt and the Legislature It Is confidently expected this wInter will sound the knoll of the Texas ranger A Thrilling Roscue How Bert R Lean of ChenyWa Was saved front a frightful death Is n story to thrill the world A hard cold he wrItes brought on a dC6- llerato lung tTougle that baffled all expert doctnrs here Then I paid 10 to 16 a visit to a lung specialist In Spokane who dd not help rec Then I went to California but with out moNt At last 1 usdo Dr KIngs Now Dlscwvetywhieh completely cured mo and now I am f8 well us ever For Jung Trouble BromhIJt1e Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup bud Whoor lag Cough Its supreme 600 and 101 Trial bottle free Guarantced by all druggists A Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to All Ethically the giving of gifts Is a matter so intimate so lIeroonnl that the parctice should be dlscontennnced save between near kinsfolk or friends of long standing To offer a gift should be a prhllgo conceded not of various sorts beside Ycdlllngs und birthdays that furnish manifold opportunities for festive givers and blessed be theIr gifts If they but grunt to children all the gladness that they may be bought upon each birthday of the Blested Child If among every 1lttle cotnie of In mates In AmerIca It Were definitely understood that In future upon Christ mas Day gifts should Ibo sont to children exclusively what a sight of relief would follow Jr furthermore those whose habit It has been to give ati any cast to any one were to go to those from whenn they are wherewithalhalf the usual amount again a perfects gale of relief would be umde nllnlst After which what quest so joyful as for II tOY or two for a furlong chill and moro toys for other children so long as time money lasted But cautions PhUlantliropy why not buy them warm clothing and coal Instead of toys DroIllIC pleads Love they so want lllln thIs one tiny tu play to have fun to forgot that they are often cold or thtt they ore over bun gry Tliy want to forget everything save the ono hlcSIIcll proriiblU filet that Santa oalllo down our climhley too ltor pitiful little utidgets of the world To be their Smta Claus for ono shodblet ed day mIght male even n carper lIUIJ Moreover If women husbands and wives lovers and swtethoarte brothers tend sisters were to agree III alllJd will that nt Chrlstmes onehalf the price flf- eonwmpln1ed gifts was to be saved and the oilier half oonseIontuslyt- glent for food cOlIlIlIl clothing to pour clJlldren thrift would IIICrQaSl and In all Gods worM thieve woulll lie few If racy hungry told em ragged little cues on Christians DuyMhirutT- hunans Autrlm lu IJucentber Lip IIlncotts Troublo Makors Oustod When a mfferer from stomach trouble tries Dr Kings New Life PIlls ht mIghty glad to taxi lis Dywpupsla lJl1lfJtlte1trtroJlg enuoe stomnch ltvir and k ul s 111- 1wrlc rJghlt25c at nil druga p A Moral A duck whIch stuck fllHhfully tf- IIII1IU durIng the summer and laid several dozens of large fawnadored- oggs complalncd that she wasnt appreciated Soo that lien over there ntld time duck oho lUlImt laid alf man eggs us I lave nor as big hut she lies books wrItten about leer and verses eomllOECd In her honor while nobody Is saying a word IlIJnt rec The trouble with you Is said the wIse old rooster that wns stand Ing near that you dont tell the public whit you kayo dbae You lay an om and wwldlo off without saying a word but that sister of mine never lays one wIthout letting every one In the neighborhood know about It If you want to cut any ice In thIs con- tmuntty you must loam ot advertise Exchango Chlidren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Two States A Missourian nt a banquet sal If all the chIckens In MIssouri wore ono rooster ho could stradle the Rock Mountains like a great Colossus nn4 Ctow until hQ shOOk the allthe1 4 Save Moneyin Cereals The best and bargain a housekeeper can buy is a Mothers Kit showitdelicious cereals for every palate for every meal Not only is it economy to buy your staple cereals justtheeveryMothersspecial Fireless Cooker Certificate equal to 18 coupons which when added to the coupons from the packages in cookerbyA Mothers Kit consists of eighteen assorted packages of Mothers Cereals packed in sanitary sealed perfect8 Packages of Mother Oats standard size 2 Packages of Mothers Yellow Corn Meal 1 Package of Mothers White Corn Meal 1 Package of Mothers Wheat Hearts 1 Package of Mothers Corn Flakes toastedi1 Package of Mothers Old 2 Packages of Mothers Granulated Hominy 2 Packages of Mothers Coarse Pearl Hominy simplypaying orifwill ship the Cooker to you express collect If your grocer does not keep Mothers Cereals write to us giving his name and yours and we will send you free a useful souvenir COMPANYOPERATINO CONCERNI CHICAGO Ie U is a strictly Hand Made 400Sour Mash Whiskey made in and thoroughly aged matured in wood before bo- tI yearsPromptor money refunded 4 f in Quarts SWExpress Prepaid To Your Nearest Express Office Where There Is An Agcrt Writ for Complete Price List and Ordcr Blanks E B GIBBON WHOLE SALE LIQUOR EALER 25 W Third st Box 757 oINCUlNA OHt ell GENUINE SURETY BOND GUARANTEE PACKED INSIDE EACH ROLL O- FCONGONEVER LEd Irum1 Congo u the only Ready Roof ing carrying the National Surety Cos bond It carrie with it term andconditions that make it especially attractive to anyone who mud consider the roofing question For 10 years you cad rot easy about your roofs it covered with 3ply Congo and we know that it is probable you will Iiseteven longer service out of it CU UY could plant his hind foot Oil the soil of Cuba his forefeet on the Isth mus of Panama and with ono root of his hugh snout dig a sealevel en tat front ocean to ocean Mighty pretty Mighty pretty but If half tho cotton raIsed In Arkansas was made Into a test It would easily cover this rposaer and hog the hog could be fed on 10pound sweet potatoes raised In Arkansas could also be furnished a thousand gUI lam rf sweet milk every day and everything olpe In proportion to tickle his pulate Thu rooster could be fed on Arkansas diamond as a substitute for grit lrvm ids lofty posit ton hoI could stretch his neck over V ROOFINGThe Surety Company u issuing thero Iii bonds and back of them is their two million dollars of asset It ua matter of RoofingYou teen rathfaction to us that they were I tafeIWrite FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL l FORDSVILLE Into Arkansas and peck ono bite of fruit from each orchard In the state after whIch he would be so full he- woulll ruSh the Rocky Mountain all getbackthoMissouriquarter of the remainder and USe tile tothepfMissourishow After the exhibitionwastpver donatetotfonwQjceola J f l J l 4 Ii 1101 r aaeMocoQLg to IWfI teiutosH- rMard it7 a aU mttr of tM HeiOIUJ ct Q M BARNETT EDITOR rzzZOU2U1 c nbzlzsa 40 Fs srb 76S7z 22i FRIDAY DECEMBER 3 That party WhIch stands by lho great common people ever looking to tho woltaro and good or the poor man will win in the end Congress sillyconvenea Washing ton next week will listen to the Presidents massage and will doubt less start In to see how far It can evodo complying with any sugge- tlons Alter a prolonged study of poUt lca1 conditions In tho United Stites the CourierJournal has come to the 1cmn conclusion that there is no hope for the DenccraUc patty w win In another Prts1denl1al inaction during the present generation Tho Tolraoco frlWt b4s at last rtIceivertrust dies hard Why rot end the whole matttr by allowIng the Standard 011 Trust to hue receivers app- aIntced for the United States Republicans In KJuck hae bad several golden oplortuniUes to make theIr supremacy In the state permanent but to tar theyy have been deliberately thrown away We must loam by sad experience henceforth to take great care In theieltctton of our leaders The coming 9CHlon the LegiS lature should pus4 very much needed amendments to the new school law Tho present way of selecting trus teee iss cumbersome and eCenshe- Wo much prefer the old way under whIch the county was at very little it any exlense There are otter PoInts In which the new law could bo amended too advantage It is urrnoun1od that We Incoming Democratic Legislature wlll repeal the lawenactffi two years agocreatIng a bypartisan Board of courtol for our Charitable Int4itutlons J the Dem ocrats do this t will he for some OUl or rouon than those InstltutIonlll have failed to show marked improvement under the present management over the old way of ntnnJng them through loUtiCSIThose who have been advocating lower tariff duties WI a means forIcheapening tits cokes of living vrry Uttlo to say these days but we hope they are doing a great deal of thInking This Is a paws time which the low tarltf advocates rarely ever I indulge In Free hides and higher boots mL shoes ought to ool rma nent object llAAOn for the man who has lsen righting a protective tariff all his life The ruin quejIon still holds the oenttr of intetrat In OWo county May the best plan he selected by the Incoming llfcnl Court but we ittlll- maluLain tlud the onlyy way to build nroatl In our wills with rock or some other hard substance We hope Center town und Furdsl11e will take advantage or the proposition nntde to than by the recent lI6tlon or the Fiscal Court and tenure a mile of- llmeatono rock road which will he of vast benefit to both or tllftIP thriving towns bosldl luerestub WO value of propeniy In that vidnlty Enjoyable Outing of School Children Editor ItepubUcanOn Thursday mondng the teachers and pupils- arf Mellenry school started for nn outing In tho woods their objeet being to go forth Into the open air mud lint to iiatutxx teachlngll We spent the day ut Pacers cave about three miles southwest of Mc henry 1Ve urrlvtl those lit 930 and were greeted by Miss Easterday md her pupils from Independence and with what naturul wondera ween ere greeted The tnaMy trees the towering rock jtbo tInging birds lWd the beautiful ferns and motso fil joined to bid us welcome We itmne dtately began our explorations tlrst visiting the rock house and LXplorlll- gaa entrance Into the rocks We IIhen climbed to u level UJ4ICm led tour athots tpgettier elJrga feWfavorl- toIO and resumed our march around tb ewe Our tour around the cave Meng completed we rested on the mossy weirs and chatted while some of tine boys and girLs gaUieredd ferns 4ca doooradag In a short time the teacher announced that it was Soy dinner and nil the tempting ttmCI e8 that mother had prepared soon disposed ot Atterdlnner wo were sae made very agent byUaedlstrlbu lion ot flttyib or candy and some oaf the children were heard to sty iili 1 1l t iV HiTITil wrr 1Iey iiyed3eelt t this a tite- JtaJllelt dilly eIeHves Boca afterward we were ofaei = j1 tB11- L9aaderfgr with M8ipatatle tr xe 19 About two QcJock in the arternoo we ala called the crowd together over a hundred and fifty and sent the good old song of which we never tire My Old OKntucky Home Very soon we were told that it was time Iatsuch a pleasant day we resumed lOur march homewardbappy In the thought that wo had spent a whole day In Gods sunshine is the very heart lOr nature and bad experienced a joyful Thanksgiving Tbank1 day was much enjoyed By ill cHcnryschooIr They never paned even one shots word Nor Uroke the golden rule We climbed the And stag and rocksIAll cares were Allthought of books and lessonsI Were erased from every kf we marched toward our homes Although we nil were tired t There was a smile on each lnalds cheek i A king might have admlrcdIThen let us an be And reel that life Is worth And make of such and everyy 111I1gI A glorious Thanksgiving One of the Party t SMALLHOUS Ill John Igleheart celebrated hit 69 birthday at his home Nov 25thI waslIprepared ErIIGUSMrs Nan KImbley and Mr EliJah Bishop were married at the brldet home near here Tuesday by Rev Burton or EarllngtGn A big WednesIdfthl Oppie KlUlnglr and children guostsllorGeorge flied several days lust week i Mrs Amanda Dasklll an aged and respected woman died ut her hunt at Moorman Thursday November 25 Her body was brought to Equality the day following and laid to rest near nusIirant m for over twenty ycztrs and had been quite helpless yet she bore Itallpatlently Her funeral was preached at her home at Moorman anti mog theIbeforo her death 3fosdame Lewle Fulkerson and Erskin Fulktocrson were guestty of Mn T L Withro at Central City from Monday until Tuesday Mrs Linda Calloway and children Manda and John Vernon and Mrs Robert Hunter spent Thanksgiving In Central City the guests of Mrs lIundrleIill ILt her home near here Johnnie Wlthrow has sore eyes Owen hunter and T R BarlUlrdl Hartford wore In our midst durIng Thanksgiving Mrs James Hallows and children or Louisville are in our midst the guests of relatives and friends Messrs V D and twS Morton of Livermore Ky were the guests of airy and Mr Sam Morton yesterday Mr James It Hunter went to Con I tertown Saturday Tho Equity purple are building a nice barge more at Kronos Station near Equality church Messrs WIll Bullock Lee nail Luther AddingtOn have the couttuctto build the hisses w TAFFY I 011 all the ieople In this vicinity aro busy logging Mr J U Ambrose and Mr John Hutnlltons saw mill Is in full sway Mr Morgan Ashley und wife went- to Hartford Friday Nnpolean Hamilton called to nee 1i1f notw lust SundyVlss Queen Martin Tho Mt Moriah Debating Society Iii movIng along nicely tho Iargrsp- rowda that Jwg been known for yearr- evs attending the u ciotyat lbLs Place Most every ono seem to be delighted In the work and many of the young and old are takIng a parts Mr Dave Sharp and family moVed to Owensboro Tuesday where they wU make their future home The school at Mt Morluh is mov- Ing along nicely thero is much in- tertat In the school The named off- hb oats who are In regular attpn- dtpcearo I1S follows Ml1l1lle Lake rvrt Ambrose Floesle Early Viola Hamilton Cecil Rhodes Silas Rhode- sEbert Cambton Bennie Shown Nora Ward Silas Rhodes MJntle Lake Olh Owen Georgia Sharp IVI Ambrose and Juhn Wesley Smith L thersMust Make Good byIec 144 1 r The proprietors of us pager Fe to pkee k1JP a eaeAe baste by the ttiat of JallUlifY 1919 We have bee cerrytag many atIribersf- or years without any pay wkateyer for their ebecdp1oee No other business oterPrUe would do 4Mn sad It k act r1 ttifwe abosid long= er continue ants policy JthBagrcnm to be a toof cwBtrj Dews papers to oankUnue eending the pnblleatlaa to sabacribers uatU It ls ordered stopped or amount deUaqumt is patel tellNbsaibela to this clam of papers have grown to expect this kind of treatment Formtsly ht did not cost so mUch to pnbUeha country newspaper but now with the Increase In wages and cost of paper and all the materials which enter Into the make up or a ntoderrl newspaper the Joss to the publication ot only a limited number of delinquent subscriptions takes away all the prom which would be earned by those who make the Investment and furnish the bard work necessary to sustain a country newtleper Besides the postotflce regulatIons now prohlbLt sending of this class of mail to per sons who are as much as one year In arrears We do not export to make this change without lvlpg through noUce to our readers and those or our subscribers who receive the paper thmughthe postofflee otDeavcr Dam Hartford R F D Non I 2 3 Pleasant RIdge Maxwell tromwcl1 Mc Henry and Taylor Mlnes can learn by the label on their papers and it shown In arrears wilt take onoUce that after December H unless renewed by the payment or arrears and one year iw advance they wilt be discontinued TIlE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN LAWSON RENO Ap POINTED COLLECTOR Bradley Man Gets First Juicy Plum 1 Will Succeed E T Franks who Has Held Office Twelve Years OwensbOro Ky Dec ILnwron Reno received a telegram from J E Cabell commiedoner of internal rev- none on Monday announcing his appointment as collector or Internal rev neuo for the Second collection district or Kentucky The announcement dS not come lIS a surprise to Mr Renos Kentucky friends It has en known for some time that he had been soloed by President Tuft to suocoxl E T Franks who Was tip poInted by President McKinley h The alpointment of Judge Reno will cause great pleasure to his man friends In OWtntJ01o and elsewhere over the SUite The office pays 5 1000 Ii year and has considerable IlJatronage attached to it- Mr ii Reno will usuiue his duties as collector as soon ati his bonds made and approved This will be done wIthin the next ten days Mr Reno has resided In Owens hero sitfce 18il when he went there tIJ deputy collector under hIs bro ther Ho has gratlually become stronger and more influential In fI- nancIal ways as well lIS wIth hh par ty Ills chief attire political tertice was In the last legislature in behlllr of the candidacy or W O Bradley fr Ube senatorehlp lIe was tireless In behalf uf Mr Brdaley who Is told to hllvo gone to Mr RonO In the nromC1lt when victory came and throwing his armS about his friued and suporer thanked him arilently- stydng Chunk to you I owe my election Mr Reno wits born at Greenville Ky in 1849 of Parents wino had migrated to Muhlenburg county when he was fifteen lie was edu- catedI In Greenville college chiefly For rlrtyUvo years his father wus proprietor of the Reno house the lending hotel IIol GreJ11l1c and he was also sheriff ot ibis county for n time In tints way young Reno vas ramlllnrlZltl with public men anti public affairs lie was not robust In youth and his graduation was delayed because of Illness until his twentieth year I Mr Renos buslneis acumen and hIs obliging dlt1JOsitlon and genial I manner have won hIm many flIlled8- I hero and hIs ndmlnl1satIOI1 of the collectors orrico wIll It is believed add still more friends to the lhrge circle Mr Reno will succeed EoT Franks who wusiappolnted by presi dent McKinley 500natcr te became President and he has held the office since lIe aucceedell Hon J D Pow ors now of Louisville CENTRAl GROVEI J Nov 30on Sunday ayenin- vember 21 at 8 ooloektrnGoff and Silas Nailiie Mclernan both of thIs were unllsat imarrlnge ut the home of tle frdds par nets Mr und Mrs W h McKernm Rev H P Brown vamoror the Centertown Baptist cMrch officiated Mr Elijah Dfshgpf1Ihi place and Mrs Klmblyot Equality neigh horheod were marrIed on last Wednesday evening Mr und Mrs ErnCt TracyotLnUI Wile returned homo last week after n visit to their aunt Mrs Anole Berry man They were accompanied bY igIM Elizabeth Merryman who 111 strand- a tow woeka as their guestat 4 Mr and Mrs W I Igleheart f I visited Mr and Mrs Ed Gwyn at Render Sunday I atI 3Ir and Mrs J A Hockey or Hartford spent Thanksgiving day a- Mr J T Hockers Sunday school at this place wan conducted Sunday by Mr Alney TJchenGr The superintendent Mr J 31 Bishop being absent Mr and Mrs Harlan Faught and ma Master Forrest WilliamsMinet visited relatives In this community the latter part or last week Misses Lee and Ruth Tichenor spent Saturday nIght and Sunday In wal- ton Creek neighborhood the gucsts- or their cousin Miss Audra Mercedes Aebby Mr and Mrs LkRowe and little son Clifton Morton visited relatives at Williams MInes Sunday Mr M G Snell has purchased soma property In Centertown and will soon mote Into same Mss Carrie feeder visited htr cousin 3Uss Lee Rowe at WillIams Mines recently APPEAL TO UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT Labor Leaders take their Cases to Nations Highest Tribun al on Petition Washington Nov 30on bcbalf- or Samuel Gomperti John Urchell and Frank Morrison the labor lend ers a 11IUon was tiled In the Su preme Court or the United States today for certiorari requiring tho Court of Apols or the District of Columbia to certify to the nations htghffit tribunal for Its revisIon and determination the appeal taken by them In the famous Duck Stove la Range ease In tlc petlUon It Is tailed that thhe questions involved In this case are of great public Impornnce affecting the views and conduct or many millions of people IncludIng two mlllons who ore by rcpresuta- tion made dofeadants In the prInci pal action The constitutional right of these people of saying hy word of mouth or Printed pUblication to eacrt uther or to others that ithcy tlo not prgoo to deal with the pllllntlrf or purchase Its products Is advanced rind the courts have sustained this conten tlon Though the District Court of All peals denied that they acted within alflnmanee or tlno conviction of the three lRbor leaders for contempt corollary to the orlglnul suit It Is urged that a difference uf opinion on that point exists In the CotJrtor Appeals one nwmber of which die seated from the judgment or the ma jority or the tribtwra- lAmong the Lodges Hartford Lodge No 675 F A M will have Work in the thIrd de gree at its nxet regular meeting Mon day night Hartford LodgF J q o F has arranged to hold Its meegings In ho- Masoplc and KP happ ul1d will noun begIn meettpg there This lodge has purchased ground for a buIlding but It will likely be moro than a year- before It will be erected Rough River Lodge No 110 tiect- ed the following officers at Its Tg star sheeting Tuesday night CC S A Anderro i V C J B Tappan irelate IL E Drown M pf Ii J 11 Wiliam K or R and S J O- KeQwn M ot W S T Barnett iI- of Exchequer C M Barnett Mucr- Lt Arms Jesse Hoovor Inside Guard 3 C nerptJlde Guard It D Valk- n3 for three YOllr term It- R Barnard Tlo installation core nonies will take place next mtes- ipy evening atWhich Ime there will- ie work In the Second hank hM s MORE ABOUT r 6000 ROADS 1oigh and Ready Says Build Them With Stone as Sooft ItasTo The Hartford RepublicanHav log been a reader of your excellent paper for quite a7vI tlo I reel vfrf muck interested donine or tho qucs lions being dicuased 10 Uto IkpubI lican especlally the quelonof good roads There surely is a great need oro thorough campaign or education through the lodal ayes In all the counties or Western Kentucky for such roads as we have In most or the counties west of Louisville is a disgrace to any cllllzcd tount1yl and wIth the system of rOad butiding and repairing that is and has been In vogue In the of these countIes we cannot h peto ever have decent roadS Through the ndoptlc at the ro cent election of the Good Roads Amendment it Is made possIble to provide tundsln each county by taxation subISCr11t1on contrIbutions 1 with which to build rock on mcada ntlzed roads whIch are tJid only roads that wIll wIthstand the rains freezes and thaws of our wlhter mpnM TheI diversity or ollJnlonexPnJeFtd with reference to buIldIng and maintaIn lag pUblic Toads in a great many ot our Kentucky countlce Is simply wonderful The system 9road build- Ing that we have in Ohio county Is a failure and It mouldseem that every one ought to be anxious for a change but oh1 says one I have worked on the toads all my lIre or since I was IS years old until now I am be yonnd the age limit arid lam not VII ling now in my old ago to PRY a road tax to keep the young men from working the roads But I ask Is It not a tact tbaEwhllelou and your neighbors have worked as you sty that for the most tort has been a useless waste of time money and en ergy seeing wo have such miserable roads yet especially In the WInter months Is It faIr now seeing the mistakes of the past and the bad system under Which you have labor ed to fasten the same system uponI our chIldren It Is almost sure In changing from ono system to an other that some thIngs that do not seem fall will have to be borne by somebutltsthe grrot stgood to the grodteat number that should be our most DutsayslIJ1otber It costs too muchto build rock roads Sure It wIll cost a good delll Jn both money and effort but cn wo afford not to make the effort Lets see What has the old system cost US Enough I predict In excess of what It would have cost the people or Ohio county In the last 20 years had wo had good roads to buIld a good substantial pike from east to west and from north toSouthacross the county You have paId an Immense tax all these years but have got nothing In return not even enough dIsgust wIth some or us to give us a good healthy desire for roads fit totravl About our former tax You tobacco growers how much road tax do you thInk you have paid In the last 20 years In hauling your tobac co to Owensboro and elswhere drag ging through the mud hub deep to rl- yonn wagoieektrl ttai ihtereetrf lpun a commootto heree toadytts extra time end efable btllsthe tra wear ulmn our xi not lag off the lakumantreatoibdt r- to which we have subjccted8WteamsI alb others Ae well I1S tohaeeo grew ere lu hauling feed fuel e Dld you ever think ute itewalauek road you are paying every time you goods from tkb mcrchaata lives away from the raUroadaof rIvoj er who have to pay exceslverates- for hauling theIr goods oyer bad wads Its aU taxed up to the buyer Its tax Just the same and last butrleast the loss Ir the place of our lands and other pmpmtl because or our miserablopublcr da ROUGUANDREADYIi Church Bazaar The ladies or the Methodist church will have theIr annual Bazaar In rile the or Hartford The rttlayrsupper On Tuesday l4eda2sdag and Thursday afternoons they will servo lunch closing on FrIday with a cake and rummage sale ThIs Is a enterprise Dud should be well patronized Everybody invited For Rent M Dwelling house and store room Sea J W Ford Hartford Ky J T Hardin Dr H T Bell Hardin 6 Bell Dentists Office upstairs In Republican build lag Hartford Ky We employ aU the latest methods In Dentistry AU work done as nearly paInless as can be done today We make a specialty of teeth without plate We do paInless extracting either with a local or general anesthetic We Invite you to give us n trial as- a pleased patient Is our best adver tisement All work guaranteed Consultation and examination Free Phon 218 4 ANNOUNCEMENT F- We are now ready for busi ness and extend to you a special invitatIon to visitus when in need of anything in our line 1Ve will keep a full line tof Staple and Fancy Grocer ies and can fill your orders tall times We appreciate small as well as large orders and all will have our prompt and careful attention Re member the place 1 HARTFORD GROCERY COIN A D WHITE BUILDING I Mi Important t4i Question E y = Infurnieliing or refurnishing the home in whole = orin part to have i artistic whether expensivQly 44 or not Now that time is here For making the lJ = hone attractive for the long days of fall and win = tflrnre JIfit = same palnstaktng care il ae1d ttIg 91Jlit u tl 1J- furniilltingsa= that you dQ in buying hat or suikiI = and we WIU Seyour oder J y lfi j wriit tfi H I SCUROADER QiI t9 p = The Only Exclusive Furniture = Jloq e in Hartford = or 4l r 55 5 555 J iJWi tit s iIaA h s wa- V y 7 0 s i r iie Hosiery t YaWProblemy m o tion We think OUR ADVICE Your Boys Hosiery Mothers dont worry over that hole in your Boys Stocking Save I this trouble by coming direct to US for your i childrens Hose Try our YANKEE BOY Hose at 15c and our WILD BOY Hose at 25c or a pair of THE WILD BOYS SIS TER Hose at 25cand we assure you that you will be greatly pleased and in future you will your Hosiery US I GO Hartford Republican 1or FRIDAY DECEMBER 3- illlnoIsContraIRallroadTime Table At Beaver Dam Ky North noiiml- NolSIdnei15a in NolrMtielJVOpm Io102do 8pw Nnnlh Hound No1 1 dutias a m No 101 doe 248 pm No 11 do8 05 p m Notice I expect to be absent from my Studio fiomlone to two whole days of each week 1Tliis tsfor doing outdoor work So to avoid disappoint ing my patrons d will ask you who expect to have pictures made at my place to make appointments for the purpose either by maJlor otherwise I V YQlrstrulyt + EMORY SGHRQf1ER I IL u VII 7 Ciiiinerciat Hote- ljErtford Ky- I t USDER NEW ASP EXPE RIENCED MANAGEMENT A d of ftrjthigflrsticlasB The tZo- tpi facet eryed right The cbmloat and welf rt of all guests especially looked t after albKitlon to traveling lneH Rate 2 pertday Special rate tQ patroncat r1 M Gitfii siit r r 1YOFrietor RAJ IJ ti r The great question of what kind of Hosiery tcf buy and just whore to find the kind that FIT and WEAR WELL is the problem fhat most everyone is worrying about today This question has puzzled Us for years as we well know that many advertised socall ed good brands do not give any sort of satisfac we have it solvedr TRY THE MONARCH the buy from Speelal Ytt Bring your Furs to U S Carson Everything good to eat at the Cltj RestaurantDo poCketbookjustice by buying here Carson Co Our clothing costs little looks well and lasts long Carson Co Reduced prices on Millinery till close of sttisuii atBaruArd Cos Buy yourfaniliy supplies trom Noah White the progressive grocer Our stock of Ladles and Misses Wraps Is complete Visit us CUrEJD Co If you are looking for Clothing for men youths or children see Carson Co Suits nut Clunk cheap at Barnard Cos to closo out remainder of f stockMr Wallace Riley Is ITTof typhoid foyer nt his residence on Union street Rf When buying groc rloe remember Noah White next door to Woerners shoo storo Special Sale on Williams and Col gates Talcum PowderFrlday and Sat urday at Barnard Gos Why darn for six monthsBud- a box of Hot proof Host from Bar nard Co flDQ and 209 They viI treat you right at the City Restaurant Every customer satr tailed a x i ARBUCKLFi 90 tOPS 4f J t Noah White the grocer makes ii specialty cif the MBt goods in his hue Seltscheuputid delivers freest Hartford XJlvq him your order toC good things toeai if i V Mrt A D iskIRl Andlittle sonot Texas are the guests of M p- CuSklllS l rents1Ir1lld Mrs WH Griffin Mr Griffin Is troubled conA Iderably with rheumatism A ten daysrCYJPaI atMt Hermon- closed Kf night resulting rtt paddllohatb tho chureh and a general awakening of the religious- pebplol2 the community t i Mrs JudKe Jtn Wedding spoon Sunday night and Monday In Fords hersonedIn tlje telephone business At that II 4 n I j pll e 7t I Brine your egga to Hartford Grocery Co We buy as low as we can and sell the same way Carson Co For bee GQrocericB at lowest priced see Hartford drbcey Co A smile ot aitlstacUon goes with every suit sold by Carson Ctx The bird season ts now on Got your shells from Hartford Grocery Co For a meal or lunch go to the City Restaurant Plenty to eat prices right The CltyNRcstaurant Js better prepared than ever before to food the people Mr John B Loyd Barrets Ferry called to Pee us while in town es torday 1IrC R FleldsOwcusborofwas the guests of Mrs Henrji Fields several days last week Try the new City Restaurant for a good square meal AREUCKLE CO PROPS Mr B L Johnson Livermore Is the guest of her daughter Mrs Dr A B Riley city Mrs HenryFields has gone to Lafayette Louisiana to spend the winter with her husband Mr and lino Andrew L Baird of the No Creek neighborhood were pleasant callers Wednesday 1For a quick meal or lunch go to the City Restaurant You will be plea ed with the attention and prices Everything in season that is good to eat will be found at the City Res taurant undre the new management Now is the time to buy suits for men boys and ladles See what we I have before buying Carson Co Mr Charlie Turner has rented Miss I Lulu Walkers house on Grlfffn Avenue j and will move here with Ills family tho first of next week Nothing more refreshing In cold weather than u hot drink Fur anything In this line call on Miss Pop plo Nail at Griffins drug sorte Mr John B Wllsun was in Lexing ton several days last week In connection whh his official duties as district Deputy for the Grandlxidge Knights of Pythias Mr Charlie Shullz and Miss Maggie Knlghta handsome young couple from Wysox were Joined In holy wedlock at the court house Monday evening Judge W B Taylor performing the I ceremony Miss Popple Nail hastaken charge of the hot drinks stand at the drug store o f Z Wayne Griffin Bro and Is serving hot chocolate and a lot of good things Dont forgot to pat ronize her Mr John B Zimmerman of Can nellton Ind has accepted tho position ol depot agent for the M IT E at thla place Mr C L Wil lianas who ins held the position has resigned nnd accepted u position In Louisville Prof E A Carter ol Matanzas paid our office a pleasant call Tuesday Prof Carter juts been conduct- Ing the music for tho revival at the Baptist church for the past ten days He has demonstrated his obll Ityas n musician and given entire satisfaction to tho church Mr K Tracy and wife of Louisville who had been visiting the families of Mrs B P Berrymun tams town and Mr S A Bratcher of Hnttford left for homo Saturday They were accompanied by Miss Tra cy Berryman who will be their guest until utter tlio Christmas holidays Mr Ira Bean met with nn acci dent Tuesday morning while working In u cistern at his residence on Union Street A brick became detached at tho top and llstriklng him on the head and but for the fact that it only hard u few feet to fall the acci dent would no doubt have proven fa tal The following named gentlemen have been appointed by Judge WB Taylor as the board of supervisors for Ohio county N M Taylor Cool Springs W C Wallace Route 3 Hartford W R Edgn Fordsvllle Wm San dcrfur Cromwell and Jesse lUll SmtillhoiB They will convene Jan uary 1 VIO You will find a niorexompleto lido pfJewelry Optical Goods and Edisons Phonographs for Xmas than Iliavo ever cltrrTed before Buying hf going I1tdvlllCIa square deal J B TAPPAN Your Jeweler JMr V C Schlemmer Jinn Kbout completed his bakery on Ia street near the A j3 ol E tobacco fa3clry- and has commenced the ercculInt u nice residence on the same Jot The Odd Fellows ol tills plaice contemplate berJnnhJK tit an early date the erec tion ol n nice two atory building on their lot between Mrf Schlemmer and the JM H E railroad thojUjwor r to bgused nsabnslnesshqusp andthe upper zoom ey drl a lodge hall d r We are paying 25c for egga f Hartford grocery Co A fete days ago Clint Smith who has boon working for Mr E P Barn ard0f tho east Hartford neighbor hood for the past few months took his departure Bnd30 in money a gold watch black overcoat Mod a few other articles the property ot Mr Carl Wilson who I1vodwlth Mr Barnard are missing A reward ol j10 has been offered by Mrj Willson for tho apprehension of Smith Ho is 5 trot 8 Inches highhna sandy hair and red lace weight 165 pound Any in formation as to his whereabouts will be appreciated by Mr Wilson OLATON Doe 21tars Armstrong of Beaver Dam 18 at the edsldoof hen brother James O Stinson who has been ill of throut trouble for ten days Lonnlo Hall Hartford R F D No1 spent Tuesday and Wednesday l with Mr and Mrs John F Aline I Dr C W Felix was called to Shi loh Grtiyson county Tuesday to bw I Mr John Tubb who accldently shot his foot hat afternoon Messrs J B Mitchell and J DI Cootaoy are in Harper Kansas I Miss EWe Matthews Ctxlar Grove was the guest of her friends Misses SadIe and Rosa Ford of near town I SunlluI side ol his ulster Mrs Ivan Mallurln I ol Tousty Grayson county from Sat urday Mrs until TUC61layI proved at this writing Mrs ionic Carter and her two chil j dren Lee and Ray of Yeamau were guests ol the formers aunt Mrsj Jane Payton Thursday- Mr John Pryor and family have moved to the house Just vacated byj Mr A 11 Stewart at Mr C N Mc i Duniels FelixPirtle The marriage of Mr F W Plrtle and Mrs Ann Felix both of the East Hartford celghborhod watt solemlzed at tho home of Mr Weims Acton of tho Sulphur Springs neighborhood atj 10 oclock a m yesterday in the Ares j once of a few Inhumate friends ol I contracting parties Rev Virgil Elgin officiating The bride Is of one of the first families of the county while I there Is prubably no bettor known man In tho county than Mr He Is one of tho most progreeivofarm tern ot the county and has always progressivesmovement The Republican Joins their many friends In extending hearty good wishes RENDER Nov 30Amara Rnnwmi of Crony ivell und Sum Reliisitln of lx ulsville wero hero last Wednesday Mr and Mrs Wm Langford were im Itaiver Dum lust Wednesday Wm Hurrays of SlmmnoH WM here last Thmloday Jus Duet was in Rnckpurt last Tlnrtrl JYIKennedy Main left last Thursday for Hurri burglll- Mira I Efflo Taylor of leaver Dam ind Mrs Dorthy Barms of Taylor Mines were mere Friday Gco W Burton went U Rockport Friday Dr IiB Innls was In heaver Dam Saturday J H Fleldeuof Depoy was here SaturdayMrs L Neighbors of leaver Darn was toero Sunday Mr iuxl Mn Will iBlduiwri of Central Grove were the guests Mr and Mrs E IL Owyn Sunday RjolirVt Ferguson was in Ito ine SIlUtIIrlsburg Echoltllttll1aW S Vlckof Owonsuoronnd W J Phoiuaa of Beaver Ixiui were here today L Prances nmv4d his family from hero today to Atpontlfy IVnn where lie luw 11 ix wit ton with a coal company rlt iihat place Mr Llzze Skecfers of Owcnidwro- li vlMting hw Biter Mr Belle Pars OilS at tJKs writi- ngGUNS GUNSI Hovo Just Received n I I4oryiq Line Of- Shotguns I I Rifles Target Guns AMMMUN1TION SHELLS ETC And repactfuBy asks you to call and see the largest and best line of ShptGunsevej1 in jSartford prices the Iowe6tv iU S GrocerymanHARTPORDKV I r line of est tnp 4 your baby on your lap perfectlyformed Is there any reason why shoes properly formed from honest leather should warp pinchand deform them into the caricatures throughlifeWe advertise a shoe which U Makes Lifes Walk Easyt It costs money to advertise The shoe must make good our claim Think it over CROSSETT SHOE MAKES LIFES WALK EASY 4 to 6 everywhereI LEWIS A CROSSETT Inc Maker North Abington Muse If Crossetts do not Makes Lifes Walk Easy we have Florsheims For the Man Who Cares so it is an easy matter to get suited with Shoes at our Store Just ReceivedAn elegant Mens Ties Strings and Batwings New style Stripes Beautiful patterns and colorings Ask to see the line Do Nat Hesitate But Depend on BARNARD Si CO Hartford Ky t THE t NEW STORE i + Headquarters for the + Walk Over SHoe+ T rJ tAname justly earned for the 3 + reason that they have had an easy walk over all other make of 4 tshoes jf Because made upon the latest improved lasts i Because they combine style with comfort Because they wear longer than any other shoes Because they appeal to the taste of every well vdressedG tComeand inspect the various at t tRosenblattsJTILE STORE THAT SATISFIES J E Fogle Building Opposite Court House HARTFORD KY4 ito V r y l r w j 4 l If III It A NATURAL WONDER The Devils Race Course In the Blue Ridge Mountains The Blue Ridge mountains abound Jn uaturtl wonders observed an old resident of Peuiuur Most wonderful of them nil In my opinion Is the Dev ils Race Course which is but a abort walk from lennmrt At tlrst view tills strange natural phenomenon appears like a brood roadway of great stones which ex tends away up the mountain In 4 path no human band could ever build Many of these great stones weigh tons while others are only a few bun dredwelght Lying close together by the thousand they present an extraordinary spectacle Trndltlon has It and scientists agree that a thousand or more years ago this strange track was the bed of ai ancient river The conclusion Is drawn from the looks of the stones They tare all well rounded and worn smooth showing the action of water which had polished their rough edges no doubt for centuries But the mystery Is If this theory be true to explain bow the great body of water was confined nt the sides for the course Is not hemmed in by high banks nor Is It located In n ravine In fact It stands somewhat higher than the natural side of the mountain The puzzle only intensities Interest In the queer place and multiplies the arguments and theories of Its prehistoric origin Baltimore American THE ANIMAL MIND A Story About a Cow and the Calf She Linked An absurd story Is cited about a cow showing what creatures of habit animals ure This particular cow would not stand to be milked unless she could lick her calf at the same time For a long time she always had a calf of some age or other to lick but at last by 111 fortune ono of her calves died There Is no reason why a bereaved mother should mourn her loss just at milking time but there was the Used habit of making certain motions The farmer however was a psychologist He stuffed thepracticalI the calf with hay and let have that to lick To bo sure the calf had neither head nor legs hayI cow has no general Ideas the nature of calves nor any special reason for rssuuilng that calves should have heads and legs It felt right IIlIdIJit studied right It enabled her through the customary motions milking time Therefore It was sum cleat By dint of caressing and licking her little calf the tender parent one tine morning unripped It The bay Issued I nglta1tlon TIDrewsterA Gentle Rebuke It was Into In the year for straw berries butjMrs Ileacon was determined to some for Sunday din neroOer the telephone came the news that they were very tine maam very Hug Indeed Being however a cautious housekeeper she decided to look over the fruit herself trusted fls tlm grocer was nut always to lJuI They dont appear Very gouty she said SOmu time later examining cure fully a basketful They lookIHrl she extracted one null tasted loot n little green I dont IttheIlet me try one She took 1 guess Ill tithe one box please You dont put very many In a box do you she Inquired There WHS said the grocer respectfully but theres been so many ladles looking em over that there aint You may give tine two boxes saul Mrs lioaeou Youths Companion Lincolns Religion 1 have IIOVIT united myself to allI church livcnuM I have found dlllkulty In clvlng my umsunt without mental reservation to the long complicated Ktntcmouts of Christian doctrine which characterize their nrtlelus of belief und confessions of with Whenever tiny church will Inscribe over Its altar as Its sole iiiallllcatlou for member ship the Saviours condensed statement of the substance of both law and gos pel Thou shiilt love the Lord thy God with nil tiny heart and with all thy soul told with till thy mind and thy neighbor as thyself that church will I Join with nil my heart and all u1f BOHl At rnmm Lincoln Queer Friends On board the Union Castle It M S Goth on a voyage from the Cape to Tenerife was a little monkey belong ing to one of the stewards It was very fond of sitting on the back of n tortoise another ships pet while the latter crawled about the deck Al though rather III tempered and snap pish with people the monkey was al ways friendly with the tortoise which made no objection to being used asher ateed Wide World Magazine The Little Thing Counted The Pastor dining with tbe family Ah yes Brother Smltbcrs It Is tbe lit tie things of this life that count Lit lie Willie tin a loud whisper Maw thats the sixth biscuit bes tookEx change Emotional What sort of role docs Rounder take In tho new drama An emotional one In the big scene lie Is offered a drink wblcb ho has to refuse Labor bcstqwcd on trifles Is silly JMartlaL It I RAJY Jf1f Breaking the Fast In Rmai n The Arabs Say Ramadan the Per liana and Turks say Kamnzan they all observe throughout the month a species of fast that hiss nopncU counterpart In the west So long ns the sun Is In the sky fowl ordrink ol any kind may not pass the true be lievers lips He Is not even allowed the sweet solace of u cigarette But from the tiring of tbe sunset guns un til Itla light enough to distinguish n black hair from a white be rimy feast to surfeiting Watchmen wilt patrol the streets with drums to warn him that hW moments of gfaie are num beat and cannon once more announce their end- Nothing Is more characteristic of Into afternoons In Kamaznn than tbe prep arations for the evening went which preoccupy all Moslems particularly those who work with their hands As the sun nears tbe horizon Urea are lighted tables are spread bread Is broken water Is poured out cigarettes are rolled and hands are lifted halt way to the mouth In expectation of tho signal that gives liberty to eat This breaking of the daytime fast Is called iftur and is an Institution In Itself To be Invited to Iftar Is n particular mark of friendship Scrlbners Magazine Skeleton In the Closet The original of the singular saying A skeleton in the closet which Is found In almost every language In Eu rope Is found in one of those curious collections of stories that have comedown from the middle ages In one of these collections compiled by an un known hand about the middle of the tenth century there is n story of a wealthy lady who mtvlng a secret grief confided it to a friend who wds apparently a perfectly happy woman She was the wife of a uoblcnmn who lived In his castle in the south of franco She and her husband were outwardly on tho most loving terms Not n care cloud seemed to cast a shadow on her path After hearing the story of her afflict friend the noble lady took her by led hand and led her to a secret cham adjoining her bedroom there open the door of n closet and exposed n skeleton Know my friend sue said no one Is happy Every day 1 am forced by my husband to kiss this grinning death head which Is that of a gentleman who was my husbands rival and whom I would have married had not my parents willed otherwise The End of the Ride Coming out of ouo of the large de partment stores two well dressed woo men saw n group of street urchins gas ing at their automobile and one little girl was heard to say Wish I could have u ride In It The women smiled and then the child was asked If shu would really like a ride stud was helped Into the machine after assuring the women that she would not be missed at home Her companions set up n direr ns the machine started and some of them were still on the spot when It returned half an hour Inter bringing back the little girl The women congratulated themselves on having given the little ono nn extraordinary treat but were disenchanted when she told them that her father was n chauffeur and that she liked his machine a great deal bettorNew York Tribune A Compliment to the Minister In Albert JJawsons work Joseph ParkerIlls Life and Ministry there are some anecdotes of the famous min ister of the City temple We are told that what Dr Iarkcr regarded as In Its own peculiar way the best om pllment bu ever received carte frum an omnibus conductor The vehicle was crossing Ilolboru viaduct and when It same to the City temple u passenger alighted theiLr Parkers church 1 went there once rand 1 enjoyed myself so much tint Im going again the first night olt I have We laughed 111111 we cried and we had a rare time You see the conductor continued he doesut make religion so serious Seeds Planted In Eggshells Pill half an eggshell with good rich earth stick In n seed or two stand the shell up In a box of earth keep It warm and moist mud then when you think you can trust the weather out ot doors mud the seeds have sprouted you littleIthere you are Not n root has been disturbed and If you choose a favorable time for transplanting there will not be a wilted leaf to retard the growing of the plant Painted Lips Tbe Personal Itecollectlons of Suth erland Edwards Kngllsn music critic records that after the peace of 1815 It used to bp the rule for every hussar to wear n black mustache and those who had neither n black numtuclie nor a fair one which they could dye were required to paint the semblance ot a black mustache on their upper Up The Quick Witted Sharp Mrs SharpSo yon told Mr Jones you wished you was single once more did you Sharp with quick win Only that I might have the happiness of marrying you over again darling Boston Transcript V Domestic Bliss Mndnme I dont know where our ton gets nil his faults from Im sure he doesnt pet thorn from tine Mon sleur No youre right there yui invent lost any of yours Trust men nud they will be true to iou Trent them greatly and they will ihowtbetaVelvcs grVat Enierson t r iJTn jf T J 10JL FeefTlIisWayzlD think you jwt o at work away at your profei r sloe or trade any longer fVoyou have a poor apee the and lay awake at nights unable to sleep P Are gout all Cone end your stomach too P Heeam bltion to forge ahead In the world left 0111 If to you might as well put a stop to mitery You eta do itIf you will Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will make you a different individual It Will set your lazy liver toork It will set things right In your I your appetite will come back It will purify your blood sumption coosumpUooIthas almost gained a foothold In the form of a lingering cough bronchitis or bleeding at the lungs it will bring about a cure in 98 per cent of all cases It is a remedy prepared by Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y whoso advice h glees free to all who wish to write him His treat success has come from his wide experience and varied practice Dont be wheedled by a pennygrabbing dealer into taking inferior cubed lutes for Dr Pierces recommended to be justas good Dr Pierces medicines are OP KNOWN COMPOSITION Their every ingredient printed on their wrappers Mado from roots without alcohol Contain no habit forming drugs Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Buffalo N Y OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Hem1d135T- HE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 160 THE REPTBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 176 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekOwensboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN und Dally uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 truE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 176 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 truE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN t + + + + + + + + + + + + ++++t + ITHE KENTUCKY I Light and Power Co f I al3 tt INCORPORATED i WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE ST COST 1 tELECTRIC LIGH1S ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME i SHOULDiOR BUSINESS HOUSE BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH r E G BARRASS Manager I + U+ ++ + + + + 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 by not more I you in three than they do in six can convince I SHORTHAND competitors accepting concede teaches Bookkeeping months Draughon per cent the United States Report the system Shorthand teaches because it is THE BEST For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or JOHN F DRAUGHON President DRAUGHOrtS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE iNCOnrORATKD EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS COME AND GO WITH US ON A GRAND FR- EEMEDITERRANEAN TOUR We are going to send twenty young women be tween the ages of 1C 50 white of good character on a two months to the Mediterranean The Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco Southern France Italy We will pay all expenses of ery kind for a thorough enjoyable trip t The Tour Will Be 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MondaynightW M E P Moore Secretary everythirdRoscoeRenderHartford Chapter No 84 O E Smeets on 2nd and 4th Monday evening NettieRileyRough River Lodge No 110 Knlghti of Pythias meets every Tuesday night RenderKHartford Tent No W K O T M BPendletonRecord Keeper Sunshine hive No 42 U O T M Meets firs Friday evening and thin- Friday aft moon ot each month Mrs uirkhead Lady commander Mrs E B Pendleton Lady Record keep erPreston Morton Post No 4 O A b holds regular meetings Saturday be the first Sunday in each month Ash RogersAtlitOhio Tribe No 188 Imp Order He Men meets second and fourth Wedn day nights in each month C E ilorrlson Sachem A E Pate Chief of Records Acme Lodge No 339 J O O fr meets every second and fourth Mot day night at 7301 N Gray N B D D Schroater Secretary Carpenters and Joiners local No 1881 meets 1st Saturday night in east nontb Noah Sknggs Pres W D Luce SecTrece OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of National Officers C 0 DRAYTON Pros Greenville 111 M F SHARP VlcePres Bowling Green Ky S D KUMP Sec Tress Indianapolis State Officers J C CANTR1LL Pres Georgetown K S B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky OhIo County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam Ky 1 OAL P KEOWN Treas Hartford Ky C E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION J M DeWeesQ Chairman Hartford Ky 1 L B Tlchenor Hartford R FD- No5 2 J A Bellamy Whit3 F D Baugbn Hartford R F D 1I W McQuady Balzetown Ky Plummer Taylor Mines Q JL Drown Rockport ELECTRIC QITTERS 1I II 5 the beat tojjc CurttlTS Medicia fir ttheae ilr cases Sic Gii rm tW I i i 4 IJJ 31CsI 1Ia a r- OM BIRXKTT 0E8tila BARNETT SMiTH t DARTFORD brat practice their profession in all tal courts of Ohio and adjoining court ties and Court of Appeal Special at tentlon given to all business entrusted to their care Collections and the Prao tlce of Criminal and Real Estate Zw Specialties Office In Republican build Ink FRANK LFELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio und adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office In the Her aid building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecutes claims for penlonsIIlite Collections promptly Also Notary Public for Ohio county Office over Williams Drug Store MLHKAVltlN RIINlt8t WOODV Ali HEAVRIN WOODWARD Qtt t at etQk1 HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention giv len criminal practice and collections Of next door to Bank of Hartford TANCY LMOSLEY- ATTORNEY s AT LAWI HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining countless and in the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank WIt BARNES H A ANDERSON BARNES ANDERSON ttorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY 4 The undersigned announce that theythave formed a partnership or the practice of Law In all courts State and Fed oral with offices south side of Main street opposite Court House Hartford 4- Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON OlINH WILSON CI1AS MCnOWB WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD ICY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In tho Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to coJectlons Office on Main S opposite Court House and TRADEMARKS promptly otuined la PATENTSTHATipcnw uxlTielp you lo BiooeM tpcrtonOukleJIookBO3BOB SeventhWASHINGTON C KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew ry IFOR caUCH OLD tloo1ff6 PRICE 1 AND ALL THROAT AND tUNSTROUBLEg T t SATIMYAOTOI3OR l ANDDEFENDED neapeteodrresvicehowtoobWn = i tJPattal tad lafdegsaest Practice EIClullvsr 4C- su also ltie app VnUrf statet Ittett COM r WASHINGTON D C PtERDSrl i French FeaiantsWhb APe Expert t StiltIThere ts a vast in Franco goesittUts This district let called Lea LodesThe who are among the vQoreat peasants la France gain the r 818teBCebY UUlag by such little ItepIrmake use of their stilts for two pur qultoJurklergrowtti of brush and second givesIn I The sUits generally are about six or IsIu strong stirrup and strap and stili nearer the top a band of leather fa- ens s t rho atilt firmly tit the leg just blow N the knee some stilts especially those made for fancy walking and tor- trJcks are even higher than seven feet and the man wYo uses these nod ho must be IUI expertcan travel ss fast as ten miles un hour The fewer end ot this kind of sUIt la capped with a sheep bono to prevent Its splitting roll Some of these Landes shepherds area uderfully clover in the management of their sUIts 11101 run races step tjump over brooks clear fences and walls and are able to keep their bal auco and equilibrium while stooping to the ground to pick up pebbles or to- gaather wild flowers They tall prone upon their facts and Assume their perpendicular without an effort and In a single moment after they have tlns prostrated tbewselveslecbnlcal World Magazine A VICTIM OF WORRY The tlngJomJ There la always a cloud on his face because he Is constantly expecting then U1etblng unfavorable Is going to hap peh There Is going to be It slump In business or ho Is going to have a loss or somebody Is trying to undermine Mm or he Is worried about his health er tears his children will be sick or g wrong or be killed In other words although ho has achieved quite a remarkable success yet he has never really had a happy day In lila life All his life this man IIIIjI been chasing rainbows thinking Itl10 could only get a little farther on a tlttlo higher uP he would be happy bttt hots just as tar from It as when +1 boy 11 L I believe thIS condition has nil come whichlii add which he has never been able to vercomo Ue has learned to look for trouble to expect It and he gets It I have been his guest mnny n time- He has a beautiful home a very charming wife n most delightful tam liy but there Is always the same cloud on hIS face the same expression tJl anxiety ot unhappiness ot tore bod lug 1 A little properly directed training I- n4ehis boyhood would have changed his whore career and he would have been a happy joyous hnrmonlous man in stead ot being discordant and unhappy There Is everytlting in starting right What Is put Into the first ot life Is put Into the whole ot lifeSuccess Mnga zinc r Self Control The self control ot the Japanese even In times ot the utmost stress and their courtesy which begets quiet ness and discretion are both brought out by a writer lu St Pauls liagii zinc Cry It will do you good I said once to a poor Japanese woman who crouching beside tier dying husband was controlling herself with an etrurt that would1 feared make tier III She laid her little slim brown finger upon her trembling red lip and shook her head then whispered It night disturb him Cry It will do you good I said the next day when the man was dead and she seemed almost prostrate with grief and overentoreed self control IIt would be most rude to make a hideous noise before the sacred dead came the sort reply Bread and Pipe Baker The lecturer at the cooking school sometimes enlivened her remarks with an anecdoteThe centurY baker she saId was a pipe cleaner as well just as the barber a little earlier was a surgeon Everybody In those days smoked day pIpes the same as cups or spoons by the co lIce bOUSC8 Well each morning a walter carried hla masters stock of pipes some bun dred perhaps to the nearest bakery o Vho baker would boll them thou dip them hi liquid lime then bake them dry They come out of the oven as aweeR sand white as newlblladelp- bla Bulletin I fJ Degrees of Hunger Im supply starving cried the shqttstofrwrlter at the Hungry club begin dinner J2everB4w you when you werentt t the poet areIeel because I write proseNow York Press ij Good Imagination T Iyt after bavlaga of plala- aedaWUlxr Wasasked how bo liked it- aoI very still he reJlUcdtt tasttoo hasthough tny tbot had ieRBleofliD Dl1 t orthSucctis CafIzln 4 1 4t v An Easy Job In antebellum days Colonel Moore ofnOneAday one of the eld hands degItblacknImpossibletaskbored hard to spilt he tough wood but In vain In the meantime a thun derstorm came up and Lupo sought refuge under a brush heap Drrectly poplardsAfter the storm had passed Jupe securitydremains of the poplar tree which were scattered all yver the woods said justtrlltloblame fool can spilt a poplarlClevc land Leader How Welshwomen Carry Their Babies The quaint old Welsh way In which Swansea women carry their babies at tracts every ones notice when visiting that town for the first time A big IIbuwl over the right shoulder Is drown down to the left hip where the two ends ot the shawl ore met and held together forming a sort or pouch or pocket In which tho baby snuggles cozily and safely Its weight Iii so supported by the hip and distrIbuted by the shawl over the whole upper part ot the body that thero Is no strain at all nor any tiring of the arms This probably accounts for the upright car rlage ot the Welsh mother Moreover the method IS comfortable for the child and so safe that In Swansea small boys swathed In their mothers shawls are seen carrying tho famllys latest babyLondon Chronicle Light Matter People who are Inclined to make light of themselves cannot expect others to shine up to them take MENDENNALLS Chill and Fever Tonic as a general tonic for tired feeling and malaria 4 His Musical Name findIngone of the records of York during the reign ot ElizabethMarmaduke Clar lonett It sounds like a character In a latter day burlesque Notes and Queries Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Lower Down on the List Having just had her child baptized In church she waited In the vestry till service was over to have the regls trars certificate intlorsed In the usual manner The vicar not being sure of the date remarked In an Interrogative tone This Is the twentieth I think Indeed no sir replied the worthy matron Indignantly shes only the sixteenth the wee lamb Ladies Take Notice A nice line ot Picture Frames com pleted at low prices 3tf HARTFORD MILL CO CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of p p For Sale Twenty five acres or first class Rough river bottoms threo miles West from Hartford 25 per acre take It Apply to or dddress- A A SHEFFIELD IlartfordKy Advice for Young Ladles It Is superfluous to decorate women highly for early youth youth Is itself a decoration We mistakenlY adorn most that part of life which least requires It and neglect to provide for that which will want It mostUan nah More Inventors Take Heart EverY Invention which has proved beneficial to mankind has In the first Instance been treated as worthless Sir Gilbert porker Unbultivated Land In Japan ot the area ot Japan Is mountainous and less than sixteen per cent Is under cultivation Women Who Are Envied Those attractive women who are lovely is the tare form and temper eJo too envy ot many who might be llko tbem A weeks sickly woman will be nervous IIIIId irrltable Ounstipa- tion orIDdncy po1sdrs show In plpiples blotches skin erupttmns and f wretched OOmplcxlon For all svch- Elactrid Bttlter work wqnoom They- regulate Stomach L1vcr And Kidneys purify the plaid give arong tlorvea brJgMeS ptire breath smooth volvotyskinnovelly complexionMan- eharniing women owe Weir health- t nd beauty to them 50c at all drug 1 t r t t rtE h MEMURIEIOF AN oLD TEACHER Student of Today Exhorted to Build Well the Foundations e MrE dlttlrtIt Is said While the young live on hope the old live on romlalssance Mooting at Roslne yesterday one ot my old school metes ot 62 years ago Mr William Faught started in my mind a string lot thought of the opportunities the boys and girls otI comIparedIn August 1847 nil was In commo tion and expectation in our family ot nine children of whIch your scrlbo was the fourth twelve years old Ue March before The cause of It was that tho Rev B H Stewart was going to open n school In II deserted log cabIn which had been built for a dwolllng two and one hall miles from our home and w1l children that were able to walk that distance were going to go to school None ot us had ever been to school except our oldest brother who our lather ha boarded out and rent to school Some ho could spell In tiro old blue back spelling book and read a little We children looked on him as an orlcal of wIsdom I well romember I began at ab no c There mire sIx ot that school still living Mrs Salllo Ann flames William Faught Mrs Mary Ann Stewart Mrs Adeline Allen wife of D C Allen ot Rosin and W G Stewart and possibly Mr Duge Faught ot Centertown It he Is dead I do not rember ot hearing of his death This was before the days ot free school as they were first called I think the first public school taught In dis trict No 29 but now educational No 4 subdlstrJct No H was In 1852 At that time all the qualification it teacher was required to have to spoil read and wrIte and teach the arithmetic to the single rule of three Such things as HIstory geography an grammar wore never thought of In ou part or the country Your humble ser vant assumed the roll ot teaching In 1869 and taught In the common I schools ot OhIo county For forty Our Distillery is located in the heart of the worlds greatest whiskey produc ing District Nelson County Kentucky Oldfashionedwhiskiesmade an oldfashione- dwayat an old fashioned distillery Try usthats all we ask I twO years I have watched with pleas ure how our educational Improve monts have advanced during that time from the log cabin school houses with Its backless benches to nice framed school houses with their patent desks and the teachers front those who just Found rend and write to college graduates I want to say to the teachers and puplla ot the presont schools do not look on us old fogies ns we are somotlmes call ed with contempt for we paved the rOOd for your future success Build well on the foundation which wo have left you and seo It yOU call make ns great an lmiirovement In the next fif ty years ns has been made In the last fifty years sueIcesstoachora and pupils Is tllO wish ot an old teacher W G STEWART The Reason The DominicHow Is It my young doesitheto dinner FreddleCause dad al ways says things while hes doing It PuckMEN DEN HALLS I CHILL TONIC I Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed Among the HeroesIAmong the heroes must bo tucluded the men the awful mine disaster at Cherry saved 185 mon and then met dead themselves ns they were trying to save others Here Is the story ns epitomized by the Chicago Tribune In tho annals ot the worlds hcniic deeds few achievements are recorded I more glorious than those accomplish StlPauldied They saved 185 miners before their fate overtook them I Six times the wore lowered Into caglltheythe nlinellfted up the miners liS they I tOI1omo1111chairs230 At 430 the men at the wheel of fRellltered Dlulllery Bth DIstrict Co Kentucky by the OED IL GOODMAN COMPANY pLdncahXy TenD Shreveport La Kknivun Iyuu II Paducah Ky Cairo Ill New Orleans La YouPaytheExpress Packed In Jugs or Bottles as you wish pJLIncoln200perpJJckgalItobdrtaonRed Rock X Fend Made Sour Muh Dourbonl 260 per Ira Red Rock xx Hand Made Sour Mash Doubon 800 per pJ 111RMou Ron Rye Beet In our Stock 600 per gal galWhiteJack Beam Nelson County Kentucky 26o per pJEarly Times Nelson Counts Kentucky BOO per gal Jack 250 per gal Greenbriar Greenbrlu Distillery Robertson County TenD 800 per gal- Guekenheimer Rye 13Oo per gaL perpJNorthOld Foxo Kentucky Bourbon Ony 150 per aaJ Apple Brandy DlstWlna Co200 to 4ooP81aaJ Peach Brandy ClermontDiati111ngCa 200 to per and Rye 200 per gal Peach and Irony 200 per aaJI- Iolland GIn Imported and Domestic200 to 400 per 111 Geneva Gin Imparted 600 pe taI 1 200260300andt00perg- alBotfhltd In Boni Whlsklos lelttatsoldJack Mean Nelson County KentuckY 400 Old Taylor JYanklln Gmnty Itentucky400750 1100 1100OldEarIYTbo1caNelaon County Kentuekf 460 850 1200 81I01Z00II- I k t Exact Copy of r the hoist engine started the cage up beIlowbeen sent The englneerman how Over dared walt no lougor The car clIIe up fast but came the burst of The cage and flameIBother to the level But no one I epPI1 front tlva cage Nine ot tho ten airuady wore dead The tenth Tom Flood still breath 1r g was dragsed front the heap lie way bu mil cult 2 1 lftle I Time flame CI t u lie No7 Nelson Controlled MemphU Evnneville Iud tS Daniels Straight Tennessee Whlakey Whllkey Clermont 600 gat- Rock Alcohol 7601LtO faster heroes JL OJ To Our Every drop we sell conforms fully to requirements of tho Everydropproval you are not entirely pleased from any cause return the goods at our expense and your money will be refunded We understand the advan tago of prompt shIpment and maintain a night and day force nt all our houses We spare no I trouble or expense to make ship meats by first express and guar I antee safe delivery of orders For the benefit of theRE+ we bottle any whiskey lIst ten t pints or twenty hall pints at the regular gallon rate We will ship four quarts ofI200 goods assorted Personal checks accepted when sender is rated in or Brad street otherwise send money order exchange or registered letter q not send currency or silver in the open whiskey by mail is largely a matter confidence Wo want to treat you in a way to deserve your confidence and good promptshipmentupon things wo are depending gain and hold your patronage ONO H Goodman CO Refs Arty Bank or Expnsss Ce CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof p In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA WrapperfcocrnunooranvetWeoaem gasped Then he too was dead + F Do the right thing It you have Nasal Catarrh Gut Elys Cream Balm at once Dont touch time tautrrk- lowdors and snuffs for they contnfu- cocaine Elys Cream Balm relesis the vecretioas that Infllullo the tmat- i 9WigRi and the throat whurect3 medicines made with nwrcury nioroly dry till the secretions and leave ytfu- HI borer than you were In a word Elys Cream Balm Is IL real remedy not a delusion All trtlgglsi s 5e mat or nzciled by Ely Druhers 56- Warr n Strn New York We intend to make every transaction so satisfactory to eachcustomer that it will be a pleasure for him to give us his business Yourmoneys worth a square deal thats our idea of the way to make business goodand ours is the largest business of its kind in the South INCORPORATED tom r 201203205 Lower Second Street Evansville hid t- Lf11J Dist Phone 218 Customers HANDLER shortmensuro J We Paythe Express Old Cable Kentucky Bourbon In lugs only200 per gal Drookdalo Rye Straight Whiskey In jun only 225 per gal 11 2 gal 1l- Old Mclfaney Whiskey 100 proof Pure Straight Whbkey2O 575 r50 Smoky MountaIn Com Whlakeyl00 pro- ofPareStralghtWhiakey2so sso 825 4ab eau 12gts Monogram Bourbon or Rye250 475 100- Fawndale Bourbon orEye 300 575 860- Canadlar1Whlte Bye 360 675 IDOO Crescent Club Bottled In Bond 400 750 1100 Red Rock Special Straight Kentucky Bourbon uo aso i200 Mou Rae Rya Beet n OurStock 550 1050 1500 Apple randy ClermontDLtlUMgCo 800 675 850 Peach Brandy Clermont Distilling Co 300 675 850 Apricot Drndy California800 675 860 Apricot Brandy Imparted 400 750 1100 LIncoln County Tennessee 300 675 850 FOR THE REHANDLER All Shlpmonts In Plain Casu- or Cask Express Propaldel5 Real- lott ltoulea Tenneco Whiskey unlabeled l06plntaf200 1900- Nellon Co Xl Whlakq unlabeled l00 pints 2700 2m- PrlvabStockRyellabelcd100pmta3000 r50- ShadySprlnpStralabt Whbkey100Dlnte 8360 SQO- OOldDom1D1on WtdtoRyea0Oplntae 8760 800 4 I i t f- tL r 1- r t I 1Y A L l t tIs of tgav ROYAL BAKING POWDER AboluleJyPu Makes the finest most delicious biscuit cake and- paslryconveyslofood them stheallhlul of fruit properties GREAT DIPLOMATS WILL REMAIN New Interstate Commerce Order Affecting Grain Regulations for Corporation Tax Collections Have Been Appoint ed by The President Wnshlngton D C Nov 2i 1909I Too Washington diplomatic circle Is to lose neither Ambassador Jame3 Bryce from Great DrltLm nor Count- von Dernstortf the German Ambas tt1dor to the United Stares Tho rumor that these two dlstlngulshcd dlllomat wero to be removed from Washington ire utterly without foundation and the announcIDUllt that they aro to remain In their present poslLloll Isa source c1 iriftlflcatlon to their friends In official life Retorts were jn circulation that Ambi odor Dryce was to be rroalled and that his sue CfAJOT was to he Sir Maurice De Bun- ten Drltslh Ambassador Ito Spain These reports are not credited Ut the state Department Rumor also had L that Count von DOMlstorCf was o ho nnado Gorman Ambassador tr London in order that he might further the efforts made by his preacc I rrs rn bring about entiroly friendly r i i- lionm bo wen Gernany and FigbuA It 1s true that Emperor Valitui I I lards the work done by Cuun v n IJcrrstorCr In America as highly tI fatory hut the State Dep trtntut 11 confident that lie will in Ien hrrci to carry on that work Every bushel of wl1Cat ir acc Qty avery Intorcuie attllruud and every grain shlper In 4Jw uiddle west li of fisted by uu order just issued by 1bc lntoratn e Crmmuree C i nmissiu- qptatponing the effective date tiC th Cfiirnnteslwts order lit svlra ir known as the Poavey elevnur cnx Seyorrl dWia wuro fixed h ah C m v- misson fur Its order rtn beeruta er 4- ropJvo but for various reJ5e1k4 It tuna been hrtponed until April 1 6 1910 in order that the Eighth Crcult Court might have opportunity to r hour the ewer The suit way I nSlIl 1- atod to rescind the order of the Corn mis9lon prohihlting payunenta for 1 r of e zU1on oC whrtt sunder tho Peavey Contract with ocruAu railroadtho snipers In n de+ Ire to obtain a judicla plnlon of tits queEfn underlying th- CummhHlons orlglnul order The of sect or the order wrHto prevent the rdllroada ftbm payinglceniv t hundred poands for thclomlon of- whcot to tiny 1trllJII or crjlulttloll e Jrr1td In tilt IJUilf tIt1Iug tfr shp- merh or groin Thll order faerfer cd i16rlously with contracts that Pavcy attd Company had with wept orr1lhvds ut llInIlW11QIh St Pxub I and other clttes till the middlo wont It s expected that n jndicali- lutermlmt4cn of the dues may he reached hy Alrrll 1st- Secretary Knox is 4otermined to F rebTdroidctlt Zelayn or Netragua no is rtratning tho moro impetuous of tJnsshrtan1s from rushing On at Nicaraguan prenldent by toIrtineaetlonhotaken dn1 the two erthJncit Its tilewcro nfemberg P in AmertclmsI Were dBtltheir aupor1oilss ii Anternatlonal ofZaw flhiJlI1tt tEth ImIlI i ro other band tOOtw0 Atrierldltrieae 0 f6Indlvlduals a- r 4 i been justified In ordering their HUm mry execution Ono of the most eminent tuthor1t1es on InternatIonal law In tlw Amoy oxplalned the attitude of the State Department today The ltitornadonal laws of nel1troUty ho- said are framed to prevont fill- bustering it men in filibusterIng ex pedltuos are capturdo they should be returned to theIr own government for trail The United states is not always able to prevent some of its citizens from joinIng the military forces of another country whether thtS forces are govornmantal or revolutionary Jr the two men as ap pears In this case allied themselves with either n regular ra revolu tlolll1ry army and wore acting under the direction of theIr superior officers they could be taken prisoners and tried by a military court But no court uctlIg within the lines of the Hague agreement could sontenco a man native or foreign to death un less he was proven to be a spy or was acing Independently otany military organization The regulations for the collection- of the 1 per cent spoclal excise tax rlf tile Puythe tariff law commonly known as the corporation rix have broIl approved by President Taft See retury lacVeach devoted painstak Ing study to the formula9on or liras regulations and he believes that when the regulations are made pub ski aimed ttliie crltfcilMw I ib- eeudtrected agalnst the tax beoa Use of the t1fflcultq of the ooll ft wl1lb dtsarmedHeexpects tha Itwlll tncreaee the revenaco to tll extent of 27000000 a yea Onehun Bred nttd wentytwo thdMetnd orations W1I1 be requiru1ito make returns One of tho interesting questions which oonfrnoted hie ScTetan of the Trossury wnetihdber the law ap1leddn the HUpln1 Port Rico The law says ailt Mall ap ply to corporations oreanofiedtmdel the laws o the United Btats pr o the ROts or congress npl1cable to AI- ILSkn and the Dltx1ct OX Columbia Thorn Is a tunther provlalpn that elgn corporations dohig buslnVa tho Uniyod Suttee sha11be taxed o theIr buslnos In this pontr Th Treasury Department wllj hold that corporotons organzM fn the phil llpines or Porto Rico which are no ant agCd in buslnos la thIs country alb not subject to the tax The coming sossfon ot Congress will probably being it bitter fight on the questloo of postal savings banks This question huts been agitated III the Capitol for some years Past but It has never been put to a vote In either body Ibooausu the Republican loaders In Congress thought It wiser to walt until the suntiment of the country had become soIdficd after all had boon given a chuacoto study the pop snl The advocates of the measure contend that as it tans adopted no Q part of the Ropubhnn platform At Chicago itJS necesaL y to veto on it tM conilag bsslon- There are others however who be Illeve that the matter should not betaken up until the Monetary Com nrlssIon has made rte report tons too question of thelJOstnl say lags banks hAs a direct bearing on the financial system of the country and xis the establishment of such banks mIght intorfero with the fun and comprehensive Scheme the Commission is expected to recII- ommcnd For SleI2714 acre farm 1 mlle East of RenI der J1I miles West of Beaver Dam good two story dwelling and out build lags Apply to J W CARTER Ma tanzas Ky 19t4 Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coatI suits skirts jackets cloaks or I murts1AUable Hartford Presaing Club WRlf 1rlfWllL t iUIN SINGL f3PAGE- w t r v i1lt j ffetr Us rJ Have It Attest 1 ed The OwensboroMc tttfw in the city on Mon day trying to learn who vtrate acer tarn paper which purports to be n Hninescribed Palm System of pen mtnshtp It Is brief and was datCd aeontafter the or store WhltesvlUe and the will makes a brief referonco to tho fire The document Is plainly signed in the hand wrIting of the wouldtine testator but It Is worthless as Its not attested and the Wltncsto the signature J being sought for In vain- Mr Haffey evidently nwant tho document for hs will and expected to have ft properly attested but loath overtook him too quickly U tho document could bo probated tit would greatly BImpllry the settlement ot the estate ns ho dIed without chll dren but left other heirs of blood kinship I Decision By Circuit IImportant Birkhead I Circuit Judge T F Ilirkhead has tiled with the Circuit Clerk an opinion deciding an important lawsuIt i pendIng In the Ohio Circuit Court whereIn W L Drown was seeking toI enfolce u specific performance of and optional contract for the purchase cfi some coal Property In the year 190 J Dudley Grogg of I W Va obtained Inthistheir to the Green wesilVIrginia unIderoption After waiting for several mpnths the plaintiff Brown tender ed deed to the coal company for the I embraced In hit companyAnderson Mx Drown tiled suIt peek firtmtdaBJAaek- lug J that they be compelleQ qaC the pigpertyahia th3 parchsa9 rlce Tlle amq resefedthepro y eroi plaintiffs veUton and mmdertoo- to k s w no ohl und the propertyr i The Court inJiIs ni review d the history of this litigation atcona- iderable length and held ttq coal company by its eervlce of notice accepted thpttnns tot the opUoyat contrac antPwas boundtThe decision In this case I of ten similar suits now pendIng agaInst the Gwen Rher Coal Itiwr- iCompanyand tho company will tie compelled to accept the various prop cries and pay for same Wool Growers atOwtnsborn Thq annual meeting or the Ken Lucky Wool Gttowersunion will beheld In OWenttboro OU ThursdaY comber 9 It has been anneuneepl i papers over the Slate tUat the meet lug woulrlconveno on the second Tuesday in December but this ova- sinrorrect The ainstltuilonand by laws call for the 3nnual meeting on the second Thursday to DtFomiber of each year r It isexpectod thata largo number of ineniiiors of the ainlon will be In aftendancoat the tdeeing herb and InterestfFranklins Advice Fellow Benjamin Franklins advice of eating a few plaIn simple meats Vegetables fruits bread and drink these simple freshsnd pure and coarse People should follow the ar gument and Instruction he sets forth as absolute and not to be counter valledIUncle Ezra Says The man who puts a button on tho coritrybewton plate would give his shIrt jest ezquick porvldln It wouldnt bo noticed Shoo If the shop fits wear It Is a time worn saying but with a woman If the shoe fits she takes It back because It Is too bigPhiladelphia Ledger t AETNAVILLE Nov a0Protracted meeting began at Deanfleld Monday night Miss Dotsie Loyd of FordsvUte wasr the guest of Iler grandfather Mr J H Loyd a few days last wook Mr and Mrs E H Morgan and loon Jewel Ailitlvo and Mrs James Dlven- softhis place spent Thanksgiving with Srsitrdtll Iii iimtler f bta estIee 1 Jt t of Ktt l1l MeKfwey fie wary 111 of whoopb +lr eatinh t Mt sad tetra C C 11U10WofHay 1k + neAyill werej tjJ hi theI t- dsxghtea lotrs ke9sjrHiirlodntSuni Jt f a 4 bars tiUkerTlerney ndlI 1ct datiglt kr Tilllauldf1yoiaiti Rare guest of Mrs James TlarpeytThursday t Ur and idrs H- Mt W ifor Miss tlttith Bueete bfr Alr 11frsA rF9nllI bert TJM 1armory arenbOutthrpUghgathtrlwJj cornatthSplaoo and 1Lr 1lOVwJ i lug torn ralnso they can atrlp their tobacco 1 Scveralfrom We place attended the riram and ira Ytrtigtilugp4ctttro show at Walnut Grove Mond night lI1herlt is plenty Dt road at both ot- tlje Qtthis place RuthLoydSunday Mr and 11t Wao14en Haynes and children and Miss Lois Harrison ot- HaynesvnI visited Dir James Haynes and Sunday Mrs Frank Coleman Mr and Mrs S L Phillips Were the guests of Mr O W Rally of Deanfleld Sua3syr v Mr and Mrs Jaunts Waifs otDoan- fUld yfslted Mr and Mrs E It Morgan Sunday APkasant Occasion At the home ot John WSandcrtur on Nocreek last ThursdayThanks giving Daywe were permitted to participate In a very delightful occas Ion It was the anniversary of the t birth of Mrs Sanderfur and her rel atives and n few friends had arranged to give her a surprise She was kept Ignorant of the matter and after her usual preparation for dinner she accompanied her husband to lUrch nt J the neighborhood On returning both Ing unusual was observed but op entering her home and removing her wraps she entered the dining room to arrange the table for dinner when r lei to her surprise the room was full of people and the table fairly groan In l under Its load of good things After partaking bountifully and until Some a of us were uncomfortable I am sure baskI f gathered up what remained The day was ideal and everything lteemed to contribute to the enjoyment of the occasion dl pleasyrethe s this joy with their friends V E h OOOO r Even Before You Comp to VS t I FOR CLOTHES iI 41 i thei j Ifor11 We have ready for you towearatof HART SCHAFFNER 4 MARX SuIts and Overcoats for Men t who appreciate Quality as well as price for Men whoiknow that a high price at thstore means high qUality We sell HART SCHAfNER 4 MARX Suits aS low 331 1800 and as high as 3OOO0ve tcaats as low as 1500 and as high as 25Orb nut at the lowe tOr highs est price they are cheap because THE VALUE SIN fYoare s withva Suit or Overcoat ti A THIS IS THEH ME 5Fc i 0 u HartSchaffnt r MarxJ afoih SE A +I FB pBA R N Daa BI p ci fi C aV 3 Alr tn t I + r tre y itiy as + a c f Ie a r i 1f Kulfd Yl VVVV 6vawn r rr rnre wr s+ +xrt enrYxrtburtire Ftit + tr rc ifHA1II 7 i 9gw wZwJJ t t1 C