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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a Y r Y tY fI I ifi ttttfi I C r mlJ i fiqnbIicanDEVOT- ED T Jr 1 A FjrteJObworkJ TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TI1Es EO EOF OHIO COUNTY 1 Subscription 1 per Year t VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 10 1909 Noe 21 jfOHIO GDEQUtTX TOBACCO SOL At Same Prices as Last Year r J H Nave for The Louisville To i bacco Warehouse Company Becomes Purchaser 1 The 1909 tobacco pool of the A S of E of Ohio county was sold here Nonday The deal was negotiated fey Mr Dudley Ford chairman ol the Finance Committee of Ohio couri ty dthe buyer was Mr J II Nave of 0wensboro The sale em braced about one million pounds of tleweed Prices paid were 9 to- G for leaf and lugs pryor tobacco while the onesucker grade brought S to 5 for leaf and lugs All trash goes at 3 per 100 pounds Messrs fc Pi Barnard and Laban Phelps of Lbutevllle were present at the sale This tobacco Is to Be delivered at Hartford Beaver Dam and Cromwell and the delivery will begin about the 20th of the present month Care should be taken in preparing this tobacco for market The long and snort bright and dark varieties should be separated Care should also be observed to prevent the to bacco from becoming damaged In bull 7as the prices above named are for to free from damage delivered In 5good handling order All the to oacco should be tied in medium sized handsAll parties wishing to deliver to JNCCO at Beaver Dam are called tot at that place next Saturday 1 December 11 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of selecting a grader to grade thflfr deliveries The Fordsville pool of tobacco em facing about 300000 pounds was sold last Saturday to Westerfield tI Fuqua Messrs Dudley Ford and IIT H Tannerof the Ohio County FI- nance Committee negotiated this deal The prices paid were the same as those which were obtained here Mon b WAll the prices paid Acre said to fco very satisfactory Deliveries will begin at l artto rdInee 20th Beaver Dam Dec 22d Cromwell Dec 23d The followings the contract of sale entered Into by i the purchaser Mr Nave and the Fi t nonce Committee of Ohio county Hartford Ky Dec 6 1909 This 1 agreement this day entered Into by and between the A SofE of Ohio i and John H Nave ot tQwonaboro Ky Wltn ssoth The A S of E thrpugk- lti Finance Committee has this day ontractod and cold to John IL Nave Ux t tho Green River Tobacco con trolled bjr them considered to bo about ono i ml1l1onPOunds by typos lids up aDd BgTeod uponEby both parties to this contract and number A No one two three four five if Imt and one two three four five lug Ii All tobacco delivered like type one- 1e9atandtugs to bo taken by Nave and paidferat plria cents per Pound All tobacco delivered like type two neat Md uptobO Jtoken by Nave and li i yiU ior at eight cents per oOn- d1fA1l tobacco delivered like type tfcre leaf and luga to bo taken by t Mtera and Paid for atuaevery cents aatr rit fmavtL 1 ec14T i All tobacco Ioellvered l ko type J fear leaf and Ipj9 fo 1e taken by 1 tttne sand paid tot atsl cents per i jatMCi codeiveredJ1lke type i fin teal and lugs to bitaken br Nave and paid tat five cents erI+ tf dAlltr obe takea byNavt 1 Mt i paid for at thieocentspeMpouod ARletif and1u8sfot grading up to 1ifet1Ye la toTetaken and paid fpr Eby Nave at trash price of three oepta j J it pee pound A1tof tiaid tobacco to be y well olaeeed and reasonably tied tor i 7 altrbanda and delWerodda good caadlHonand freo of dmnage Jd Nave + agreeeto open houses fstHarttor Beaver Dam andXCropt+ JIl iii later than Dec 20tl V 1W9 2 tir receive said tobacco and reeerveB a1 tkn receive any tobacco n t te gatgtQaofeachweekandin tba- s jyif Atlany1 onepr llt9t tlaehouses ber I t ct WiftOB irdedwitlitobaccatoWu9Pendr- arMtvln t any tobacc un ill auich time 1 1 j he able totkepro percareor r 6oDaocoNave ageWtake the l1t Hj it air 1 A damaged tobacco If price caw ba saUs factorlly agreed upon by the parties In interest cornDLeaf and lugs 26 Inches upwards In tenth at8 cents per pound Lea and lugs 24 to 26 Inches In lenth at 7 cents per pound Leaf and lugs 19 to 22 inches in lenth at C cents per lb All trash at three cents per pound and any leaf and lugs not 19 inches In tenth at trash prices of three casts per pound Said one tucker tobacco to be de llvered in good handling order and free from any material damage In- case of disagreement between graders representing saId committee and Nave as to value of any tobacco an urn plro shall be selected whose decisIon shall be final It is agreed by parties In interest that should any ono receiving house become crowded and full of tobacco sold committee agrees to have saW tobacco delivered to ono of the houses at another of the receiving points The Finance Committee agrees to use duo dllllgenco to have all to bacco pooled through them to be delivered to said Nave One percent of all moneys received from pledged to bacco paid to D Ford Chairman Finance Committee Witness our hands this 6 day of December 1909 J H NAVE WARREN TAYLOR W H PEIRCE- T F TANNER D FORD FARMERS CLUB HOLDS REGULAR MEETING InterestingPxogram Prepared for Next Monthly Session tl IThe Ohio County Farmers Ctnb1 met In regular session at the court hall at Hartford December 4th1909 The president being absent Mr Ey C Baird was elected president protein There not being many present and the committee to arrange the program having failed to meet It wee ordered that the body be made a committee to arrange a program for the next meeting After the program was arranged Mr D Ford was apointed as a mem bet of the Standing Program Commit thejed that tho local papers be requested to send a reporter to each meeting of the club and that they assist Jn getting the farmers Interested In this great work The following program was arrang ad for the next meeting which will bo held the second Saturday in Jan oolockIHolbrook and Mrs Jas Cecil How to Beautify a HomoLawn Mra T J Smith The V of the Buyers In Purchasing One Sucker Tobacco D Ford and T F nerThe Raising and Care of Poultry John B Wilson and Mrs L P ForemnTh Care of an Apple Orchard V W Plrtle The meeting then adjourned to mme the second Saturday in January 1910 E 6 BAIRD Pres pro tem HENRY PIRTLE Secretary Former Ohio MakingGood I A large congregation attended the union services held at tho Christian church by Rev J A Chandlerpaj tor of the First Thanksgiving morning Rev Chahti ler delivered a splendid sermon and made a deep and lasting Impression upon his hearers Rev chandler came to this city last September from Louisville and Iso o of the best pulr oratqra tgthec1ty Iseisef- lea to deliver the sermon at the union service was a merited compJlJ neat and It was considered one of I the most powerful and interesting ser mons ever delivered In Henderson Henderson Gleaner Rev Chandler formerly lived here and Is thb of Mrs C W Crowe of this 14or 1ItNew fourTroom cottage In Haftford rlBlair4- r XRjj V f WORK ROADSBY TAXATION Present System Unfair to Boys And Only Continued Bad Roads Editor RepubllcanThe presenter of working roads In Ohio County is an unprofitable way very expensive and unfair to the able bodied male citizen between the ages of eighteen and fifty years Unprofitable because the work that is accomplished Is with out system and in thirty days or less from the time they perform the work the roads are In as bad con dition as they were before it was done Hence we are out the expense and are compelled to put up with bad roads same as before they wore work ed It Is unfair to tho able bodied citizens between the ages of eighteen and fifty because the boy at the ago of eighteen has not as a general rule accumulated any money or property and Is not a user of the roads to transport or convey products to market yet ho is forced to pay from Jl to f6 each year head taxvalulng his labor at 1 per day The man of fifty years of age as a general thing has obtain ed some property is at the prime of life and will use the roads more in one year then the boy of eighteen would In three years Hence we find tho man between tho ages of eight I 61roaderty if be should have anyto tho man of fifty to haul his enableI and produce over Yet tho man has to pay Does this look like a square deal for the farmer boy I thin not I prefer working the roads by property of the county and the means by which the countys property Is transported and It would only be fair for the property of the county to be I taxed to pay for the labor rendered to keep the roads in good condition without asking the boy of eighteen to do it for nothing Now I dont mean that the property alone should betA ed for that would excuse some to whom the roads are of much value but put a head tax on all able bodied cltlens between the ages of twenty one and fifty years exempting the man of fifty and boy of eighteen I think that itt Is tthe systtem by whit the roads are worked that Is responsi ble for the bad condition they are In While I reccommend working the road by taxation I also reccommend pay for the work when it is doom and not waiting for months for the pay as we havo to nowwhen we do little county job on the rood aI Now this la my plan I will I ly be subject to corrections WHP Ohio County Cases Affirmed The Court of Appeals affirmed the thellastThe case of Broadway Coal Mining Co vs JT Davis was an appeal by the Coal Company from a personal njury Judgment for I860 Tho Court of Appeals held the judgment was pruper I Also In the case of Phelps vs Mc Jenry Coal Co where judgment was rendered for 750 ton personal injuries The judgment of the court below was affirmed I Heavrln Woodward were attor neys for each of the claimants I The case of the I C railroad vs udella France admr was affirmed Tuesday of this week Mrs France was awarded judgement of 4650 at a trial last August the case having before been tried and carried to the Court of Appeals and reversed Messrs Barnes Anderson and Botcher Sparks represent Mrs france r Good Show Coming The manager of the Central City Opera House has this to say about 3onnelU Co which will opear At the Opera House the week of Dec 13 Thlsf to certify that Mr James Dounelll played our town Cor one week ending the fourth Inst has now tho best vaudeville show that we have ever had In our town Crbwds Increased ovary night until the last night when We had a rcoord breaking crowd and ovary ono dwas this I ahow onycceTli admission br10 cents reserved tieeta 20Cj to t ThiTGlBii Theatre c Co r A J Giah Managers JUDGEEVANSDECIDES FOR BAIRD Attorneys for County Hope to Win on Appeal to Higher I Court On Wednesday morning at Louisville Federal Judge Walter Evans handed down his decision In the case of A B BaIrd against Ohio county giving Baird judgment for tho full amount of his alleged debt which with the principal Interest and cost will amount to something more than 10000 The suit was recently tried before Judge Evans at pwensboro and taken under advisement Our readers are familiar with the case which bad its origin about sixteen years ago at the time the county bad a settlement with Dr Baird and In payment of claims which ho hud bought issued a note to him for some thing over 5000 The theory of the county has always been that the note was duplicated or a new ono Issued In lieu of the first ono but that thu first one was not taken upor de stroyed and which was afterwards discounted at the Beaver Dam Deposit Bank by Dr Baird and In course of time paid by the county The county fibs been unfortunate In that nearly all the witnesses to the transaction who might have given valuable testimony for the defense havo since died Yet under all the difficulties the county made out an exceedingly strong case and It looked us though It ought to win both on the law and facts After a lengthy opinion the Cotirt expressed himself HB being in very grave doubt on the law of the case and it Is confidently believed by the attorneys for the county that the judgment of Judge Evans will be reversed by the United States Circuit Court nt Cincinnati to which Court it has been appealed MGLEAN COUNTY EQUITY ON INCREASE Farmers Rushing to Obtain Membership at Liver more Livermore Ky Dec 7 Llvermor local No 1 A S of E met December 4 and on Invitation for member ship 10 persons responded to the In vitationThe S of E is rapidly reviving In this section Several others have signified their Intention of joining at the next meetingHT NALLEV Secy Park City Sinks in Ky River- A special telegram from Louisville Announces that the steamer Park City struck a snag In Kentucky river near Drennon Springs arid sank Two hundred barrels and 700 cases of whiskey were destroyed Tho crew of 40 escaped There wore no pass engers on board The boat Is a total loss The Park City was formerly the Qayoso and was built for one of the packet lines out of Memphis on the lower Mississippi It was bought by the lato Capt Henry Ballantlne of Rumsey and operated In the Green river trade between Evansville and Bowling Green Ho later mold the boat to the EvansVille and Bowling Green Packet company Later it was overhauled and Its name changed to Park City It was bought about three years ago by Louisville people and has since operated In the Kentucky river trade Probably A Surprise No doubt Quite a few of our vub 8C rlperawlll bo surprised torday when they fallto recoiverhe Republican According to pre lQuiJ announcement we have omitted from our mailing I list quite a number at people who pro n avreanl on their subscription Many of these aro able to purchase the plant of tho Hartford Republican If they desired Jtbut have simply neglected to renew after being requested through the columns of our paper and by personal dotter We neantoi do aa wehave announced place The HartfordARenubllcan on va pLIdln dvance bailaand do nv4 de wire that anyone whose paper has been discontinued be offended at Us There must be a beginning of any undertaking and In this matter we have bogun at home byd iscontlnulng a tar number of subscribers of whose delinquency we have heretofore notified them Likewise as heretofore announced others will follow next week and each succeeding week until our list is entirely cleared up As heretofore announced and as stated In personal letters mailed to tech delinquent subscriber there Is a possibil ity that the amount or date of expiration of their subscription may be wrong If so we will gladly correct If notified MANDA Dec C 1909Health is good In this communityFarmers arc very busy stripping to baccoMr Joo Stewart made a business trip to Roslno today Misses Mary Spencer and Ellen haven of Cromwell were the guests of Mr and Mrs Gettlo Amos last Sunday Several from here attended the baptizing at Horton last Monday- A protracted meeting held by Rev G 11 Laweroncc closed at Mt Zion last Sunday night with good success SchooJ at Mt Pleasant Is moving along nicely and with the new School Improvement League the outlook for a spring school loks very favorable NICHES COURT TO HEAR LABOR CASES Effect Will be to Bring the En tire Record up Eor Review Washington Dec GTho Supremo Court of tho United States today granted the petition for a writ of certiorari In the contempt cases of Samuel Gompers Frank Morrison and John Mitchell officers of the Amer lean Federation of Labor The effect of the decision will be to bring the entire record in tho Buck Stove and Range case against these men to the Supreme Court for review That the Controller of the Currency Is an agent of the government with power to examine Into the affairs of national banks was decided in favor of tho government by tho Supreme Court of the United States today in the case of the United States vs John A Corbett and others Corbett was cashier of tho First National Bank of Ladysmlth Win and ha and others of the bank were Indicted on the charge of making u false entry In a report to the Controller the prosecution being under the statutes which prohibit any effort to deceive a bank examiner The UnittI States District Court for the WlsternI DIstrIct of Wisconsin in court the Indictment was found dismissed the complaint on the ground that j the Controller was not an examiner as contemplated by the statute The Supreme Court failed to sustain that view Tho court decision was announced by Justice White who said the Con troller Is an agent of the highest char icter WIDec 8 1909Dr Charles W Felix has returned from Hartford where be spent several days at the bedside of- hla brother Mr Frank L Felix who has been suffering from a carbuncle Mr Felix is well known hero whero he has a largo number of friends who are pleased to learn of his im rovemontMr Bratchor and Miss Katie Self both of this place wore married Tuesday at the home of Mr and Mrs D C Daniel Rev T J Acton of near Mount Vernon officiating- Mr Walter C Earp wife and eon Master Russell of Rosine were the guests of Mr and Mrs John F Allen Thursday and Friday Mr Richard Wltworth of Sulphur Springs was rn Olaton on business FIdayrMr D G Young the printer was Isere from Deaver Dam Monday Mrs Ellen and Master Eugene Allen of Rosine were the guests of the formersister Mrs Melvlna mill Tn1eSuccess to The Wednesday Dear Old Republican and the Editor PRESIDENT TAFTS FIRST MESSAGE Sent to Both Houses of Con gress Tuesday Gives Attention to All Phases of Governmental Service Tho regular session of Congress con vened at noon Monday but adjourned as a tribute of respect to those members who have died since the last session of Congress The Pres- Idents message was read In both Houses on Tuesday It is a lenthy document touching upon every phase of our National existence and was well received by Congress We give below as synopsis or brief review of the message Opposition to the proposed Imme diate Congressional Investigation of the sugar import scandals In Uw Now York Customhouse and llkowls to any further revision of tho tariff at present definite and specific recomcndation of legislation to for bid the issuance of Judicial Injunc tions without notice In labor contro verses and for the establishment of a system of postal savings banks may be considered the most striking features of tho message The Nicaraguan question conser vation of the nations natural resources needed amendments to the acts and the contemplated revision of the Federal statutes governing the organization of the armed forces of tho nation In time of war aro all reserved for possible treatment later in special messages- In his message which bulks sonic 17000 words Mr Taft reports tho country to bo In a high state of prosperity and he adds that there Is every reason to believe that wa are on the eve of a substantial business expansion and we havo just garnered a harvest unexampled In the market value of our agricultural prod uctsThe President expresses ontlro con fidence that tho duty Imposed upon the Executive of enforcing tho max imum rates of tho tariff law against the United States will not provoke any tariff war and he favors 110 further tariff tinkering shall have completed Its work of gathering In formattlon as to the relative cost of Iruduclng dutiable articles In tills country and abroad This task ho ex pects will occupy two or three years Projects recommended by the Pres ident In addition to those mentioned above include A ship subsidy to encourage Am erican bhipplug Publicity of political contributions In elections of members of Congress Civil pensions A higher rate of postage on period icals and magazines supprtI tradei a plan to expedite legal procedure and mit igate the laws delay Construction of an artificial Island and fortifications in the entrance to Chesapeake Bay two battleships and the establishment of an exten sive naval base at Pearl Island Ha waiiA national bureau of health Statehood for New Mexico and Arizona and an appointive Governor and Executive Council for Alaska Civil control of the lighthouse board and separation of the national as astronomical observatory from naval controlCelebration In 1913 of the semicen tennial of negrO emancipation and reimbursement of the depositors of the defunct Frcedmane Trust and Saving Company Consolidation of the Bureaus of Manufacturers and Statistics in the Department of Commerce and Labor- Appropriation for the remodeling jailI Js in Central American affairs brought about by the summary execution la tPresident e ernment has terminated diplomatic re lations with the Zelayan admlnletra Continued On Eighth Page 1 S f S WARNINfi f1 1 SOUNDED a By ExGoy Beckham To Democrats Care Must be Used in the Selec tion of Candidate for Governor A Frankfort Ky dispatch says The editorial campaign which certain Democratic papers In Kentucky have started against the WhallenPresti combine effected at Louisville Co- l01ng tho election of Mayor W O- Uoad and with the purpose ot dictating leglstatlon at the apronchlng session ot the General Assembly and picking candidates to run for iQvernor and the soveral State offices two years hence tins boon joined in by former cloy J C W Deckhamed itor of the Kentucky state Journal pUblished hero and the fight may be said to bo on In earnest Former Coy cckbam In an edltor fat apearlng lu the State Journal today and headed A Word of Warning discusses the uncertainty of politics conditions In Kentucky and how 800n majorities may be turned Into mlnorl- tlesand declares that the real Dem ocrats ot the State will fro heard from In due time to nominate a ticket that will deserve succeBS and the clique at Louisville which imagines that It has captured the Democracy ot the State and undertakes to name the candidates two years in advance wl1 wake up sours morning and find out that Kentucky Democrats have not yet by any means reached the porn where they are willing to surrender to the brewery combine and Its allied interestsThe Governor writes as follows A WORDOF WARNING It would be a grievous mistake for the Democrats of Kentucky to believe that liT reason of their declsiv- majoriUes la the local elections on the second of November their vie tory In the next election for Governor and other State officers Is as sureil It is two years nearly be fore that election and much might happen between now and then ti- chango the advantage which the party seouts to have The elemen upon which uo longer rests very light lyand which ao longer Paya any at tontlun to I ltrty emblem or party organization hut grown in recent years In formidable proportions In 1900 taw CUT of Louisville went nelUbllC311 by about 5200 and InI 1903 It teat tetnocratic by about 300 n change In three years of over 30000 vuea The change there from the election tf 1907 to 1909 was almos all large lu un Kentucky went Dem oQoratie by snarly 27000 and in 1907 It went IIcpahiuan by about 18000 rhesr art I few Illus iltlons to show how unctti tIs are political conditions in tile State aartl how soon majorities nay be turud into minorities Tlie peopb eloctud a complete Re- pUblican State ticket by substantial majorities two wears ago and because in tile eluctfu this year the Demo craUc party WAl successful in the leg slaute auC Local races there are many win Meat to believe that 11- 0mlltllr what kind QC a ticket may be nominated or what politics may be ldopaco the party Is almost certain to win lu the aettt State election SUCH UIiiOJl1iIOO la not only ground ass but It le also d1naCNUS A lit tlo past Ittit4wy will furnish a par nile1 and Uirww Rome light on the sub cot In i9c tits Republican ticket i Uh W O Uis4iey at the head was looted Tx years after the Repub- lcan udmlawU1Ltlou bud made such a allure and teotne IO unpopular that the Democrats swept the State In the coal and leilJatlve electonv just as they did WaN far and some thought then as uj think now that victory In the neat 5Ito election was certain But wiwt luroyrpenod Division nrol factloaallan In the Democratic arty them broly ant about li tIe eloe tlon of lU9 a campaign so bitter and- o close that ft took a lelslatlve con tet to deteriliG the resul And struce to say the man who Might the lOSatlc ticket SO vIo- lently and baIp t1 to bring about the condition that MIlled in the tragic death ot the Dw1ocratle loader Is the same cotta who now boasts that ho Is in control of Democratic orgAn- ization of KeWQry has already 80- lccted his ca M1e for the Democrat ominatio 1 Cr Gmernor and Is Row busily engs d picking out to suit himself otter gcinocratiic nominees Noasipkisg Democrat for State or IcgtslaUye Jaoeen must fail to snakes pngriRaCe tq Louisville to pay iigo tq Sao now dictator of iJrznocracy aa4 to swear allegiance tohlm and vo4teanCe upon all thoooi t J f Who tefue to wen i1Iaoke No to to J eoiiMAed by cOBdnconlott A88eII Jr bly unlees It baa the p9tlapproval and no manel ctdbjthe General oomblr who does ttot w ar- h18 tag Already elabtajato woParaUona tor his program have made Becret confergncesof his faithful CoUowens have been held in Louisville and Lex- Ington and scan of the moro garru loud and indiscreet have whispered around the purposes ot these can destine conclaves The watchword ot the conspirators Is No ProhlblUonlst can be a Democrat and with crossed swords and solemn oaths they have sworn to wage warfare upon al1 those who do not give allegiance to that faith But the real Democrats or Ion tucky have not yet boon heard from and In duo time and proper orderI they will take up the matter and nominate a ticket that will not only Insure but deserve sucCess The clique at Louisville which Imagines that It has captured the Democrac- oC the State and undertakes to name the candidates two years In advance will wake up some morning and Cind out that Kentucky Democrats lUlve not yet by any means reached the point whero they arc wilting to Bur render to the Brewery Combine und Its allied Interests ChIldren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Science Notes Dy the use of the telephone instead of the telegraph for train dispatching It has been found In practice by ex- tensho experIments on the Canadian Pacific Railroad to handle 50 percent more tragic and in view of this the use ot the telephone Is to be great extended for this purpose As an ex Pertinent liOO miles of the line have been thus worked for sometime lnd the decision has been recently arrived It to equip 1000 miles of the lines of tile company for the purpose In this connection ono of the large electric manufacturing companies has perfected an equipment which Is be- Ing rapidly accepted by Interurban lines by which the crow of any train may put itself In direct communication with the dlspalchers office in taro ot any emergency Portable tel ephone Instruments are carried on the cars and stations are located at v11 noun points along the line The conductor or motorman can connect the Instrumqpts to the station by merely inserting a yeah of line plug end thus can get Into direct communication at once with the dlspatc- lr In case of delay on the road or- an accident there Instruments tire nvaluable as they enable tho dls catcher to learn the particulars at- Clrrt hand and snake arrtngoments t rellevo the situation An Interesting departure Is being node by the builders or electrical locomotives In the manner or mountln g the motors Iferotoforo It has been tho custom to place the motes directly on the axles but now they are located above the axku thus raising the center of gravity and reducing the strains and shocks to which the tracks and rOAdbed have heretofore been subjected According to the SclentUlc Amer- an a very Ingenious method of overcoming the friction of intermeshini gears has recently been devlsed The gear troth are electromagnettall held in engagement without actual ly contacting The teeth ot the driv- Ing scar are magnetized by means or- ultablo tolls while the teeth ot tin driven gar serve In pairs as armatures for the magnetized teeth OC course such an arrangement wouh hardly be suitable for stow heavy work because tho cost of current would be greater than that or lubricating oil and the load due to Cle- tlon but for tight hlghopeed work the electromagnetic engagement would undoubtedly prove very advantageous The chairs of the cabins dining room and lounging rooms or the ooeal going passenger boats are usually cured to the floor but at the din lngroom table they are usually at such a distance rom the table that many experlenoo some discomfort They are generally too tar away and In ordor to ovoroomo this Col John Jacob Astor has recently destgnoi a chair Cor the purpose which may bo secured to the floor at any desired dlstance zo that Q passenger may arrange his chair at the beginning of the voyage and there It will remain during the entire trip It is necessary that the chair should be Cured In some manner and this is pro yldod for In the Astor InTDetion bY a suction cup under the chair which takes hold of the floor This cup will hold either on a wood or car peted floor ate Ladies Take Notice A nice line of Picture Frames com pleted at low priced 3tf HARTFORD MILL CO BACI 8UKN aRESl6N e t Panama Gpod Place toLive Not to Die Governor Gives Up Place to Re turn Where Sun Shines Bright all Day A Washington dispatch says Many a nIght when the American ban on tho Isthmus ot Panama played tho famous old tune in honor of the Governor Joe Blackburn former Senator from Kentucky the man whose cc- stituents always referred to him at- Cectlonately as old Joe Would getI homesick lIe liked It at Panama liked tho workand ought to have been pleeascd with the salaryfor It actually amour ed to about 15000 tI year 9r three times as much as hIs pay for a Sena- ror because It was duly 5000 a year during hl period ot service Neverthelers ho signed and pined for old Kentucky and ClnatlYabout two months ago resolved to come home to determine whether or not lIe should choose between the old con monwealth and the canal zone ns a place ot residence In the future He intimated at the time ot his de- parturehe was leaving on his annuul vacationthat he might not return lie visited his new farm near Yer napesand his love and sentiment Cor tho old environments caused him to decide It was to be Knutcky tad nut Panama But he withheld his decision until he could see the President and this ho has just done IIs resignation 3S Governor of the canal zone Is In the lands ot Mr Taft and will be a4cept- td I thought It all over just us I hnd eflected upon It down at Panama aid the exSenator Wednesday night and came to the same conclusion I reached down there Panama Is u mighty fine place tollve and workbut better place than Kentucky and than away from home God never mad J better place than Kentucy knnd that Is where I want to spend the rest ot- my thys It was nearly three years ago just Lfter he was superseded In the Senate by Judge Payntor that Blackburn itis ppolnted a member of the Ism an Canal Commission by President Roosevelt The fact that he was a Democrat caused considerable comment at the tlmeespcclally among Ropubll cans who thought such a lucrative of flee should go to a member of their party But Blackburn as tI Senator had not eon bitterly partisan toward Roosevelt and the two actually were on very Crlendly terms It Is understood that President TaCt has no other office In mind for the Kentuckian and that he will now become Q private citizen However there has been some talk among his friends back home of running Ihlm cor Governor In 1911 Although Blackburn tins been In pUblic life almost from the time he reached his majority and he Is noW In his sovcntyflrst year ho Is n comparatively poor man lie has a home In and his farm Is theft of an old friend Doubtless the oxSenator Was able to save a large part or his salary whip on the Isthmusbelng a man oC simple tand habits and consequently ought to be In comfortable clrcum stances Should Congress pass a bill which ReprtSCntatlve Mann or Illinois will reintroduce nm mouth the office ot- iQvernor ot the canal zone will De abolished The bill which was offered In the ltst Congressprovlded for the contlnu ance of the Governorship but this was only Intended to be for the benefit or Mr Blackburn Now that the oxSenator has retired Representative MaJlDl will modify his bill accordingly sad the salient tea ture of the measure Is that the chief engineer shall be the executive head at the enterprise combining allot the functions now divided between the members or the present commls cmUICKS PillS- ForLlver Ills Saves Doctors Bills Where Birds go at Night Children often ask whero all the blrd go at night It would seem to orie not tamlllar with tbelr habits that many of them would find dlffl- culty in Dooming A INltab1e placeto Bpend the nlBbt1An observer will notice that h s aellveadtryllDfproiolseaibeei bird a e5es T r hauls v randpwe1Jt horizon thoteaandg f ihse bin may be seen flying lib great tlocb toward e In rc or gtyVe Many select a tbICket1n some lose hollow while others will select sOme large lawn where shade trees stand Crones often select a stark deep hollow with trees and bushes OI1Jatl sides where they form a sort of rookery They like dead trees to roost on and In some placess they visit certain favored spots until their con Unued occupancy kills many of the treceI It is amusing to visit tho haunts or a great flock and l1stel1 to the prattle of the young crows Crows and blackbirds are Quiet during the dark hours ftunmolcsted but occasionally some enemy besides the human hunter will disturb them and there is a great chatter and fluttering ot WIngs A hungry owl or a cat with some of its wIld nature still remaining will frequently visit such a place and ot course has no trouble in securing a meal Such a visitor often disturbs those near and the frightened birds will flutter and fly away In the darkness to seek a111 other roosting place Swallows after a day spent In skimming the air and catching hun dreds of lnsectswill seek n roosUngI place at night The chimney swift wIll sonr and dart about until after sunset and then suddenly dive Into some chimney The birds have very sharp pointed claws and cling on the side ot the sooty flues Old or unoou eXIcalleutlows In vast numbers In some or the country districts tad especially along wide river bottoms where the conditions seem to provide tI fine place for birds to catchI Insects there is a swallow that to find a hollow tree for a roosting place at night In early spring before robins begin to nest these birds will gather In large numbers In some group of trees or grove where they will sing until almost dark and then they remain quiet until the first signs of day when they break forth In song filling the air with the sweetest ot music AIl sOon its they begin testing they do not collect in suet large numbers but each pair seeks a sheltered roosting place near the spot selected to raise their broods titer the first egg Is deposited In the nest and until the young birds art thie to leave one or the robins remains on the nest while the other sits on some limb When the young birds can fly the parents Induce them to go with thom to some protected thicket or sheltered location where there is as little danger as possible Some birds roost in very much exposed places not seeming to real- Ize the danger from their enemies Others will select protected spots and secrete themselves In such a manner In the foliage of trees and vines that even their enemies cannot find thorn Many birds choose a natural shcler ram the rains by getting beneath a leaC which sheds the water from them while others sit out In the open taking the loran In aU Its fury Large numbers of birds arc blown Crom trees and killed during tho severe summer storms Quite a number of birds roost UpOn the ground All sorts or places are chosen Quail sit In a circle with their heads out always ready to fly IC disturbed They have been seen In such a position In daylight Many small birds roost in large weeds and other select a turf of grass In which to spend the dark hour Quito a umber or birds build their nests on the ground In pastures and meadows and While the mother bird is hatch log and caring for the brood the Late bird is always near at hand on t110 alert or gathering grubs or In soots for the little once At night the male bird remains near the nest and In some Instances both parents sit on the little nest Rlf RT KNS FROM POOLING J Muhlonburg County Farmer Clears 100 on One Load Mr J F Doss manager and sales man for the Muhlenburg county district A S of E reports that the de livery ot tobacco has started In hit county and that the people are well pleasod the first load was taken in at eight cents stralghtbrlnglng the own er 10240 lIe also reports that Mr John Leo or Dopey took in one load that brought Mm the nice sum ot 179 after deducting all charges for grader fees and other costs and declares that thIs was a clean profit ot 100 over the prIce that prevailed prior to the organization ot the American society and the pooling plan From the proms of this one load ol tobacco lot Is plain that this gentleman can well afford to pay all expenses of remaining a member or the A S of E for along lifetime and this report Is onlY one or many that Mr Doss might be l able to give us- Muhlenburg county has only one organization and made about the first sale this year Notwithstanding they have lots of thin land In their county the tobacco sold for 9 to 6 for leaf tad lugs and 3 for trash The Bowling Green dlstrlctstrlctly a onesucker type sold at 9 to 5 the same as this district got or Green RJver Strips a tobacco with a repu tatlon all over the world Surely all can see what ono Organl- zatlon and that onethe A S ot E can do F K MOSELEY MEN DEN At tS- CHILLTONIC Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed Ossnge OrangesJfor Horse Feed I In a letter to the Globe Democrat L D Balfour or Carthage Mo says Dont fall just now to tell the farmers I and owners of horses to save their lots dAre or Ossage oranges as they are equal to oats In food value for horace Feed one or two at a ICeed with other teed Thoustndsotl 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OrderBlanksEeS GIBSON WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER 25W ThIrd St iI sox l5T CINCINNATI OHIO + + y 1 1 a 3 PRISON REFORMS SPOT tPRACTICE 1 Commendable Steps Adopt Commissiontii f Striped Suits Now Worn by But Defyfr Discipline Tho Institution In the Stato prison at Frankfort of educational clasSeS J for Inmates and the promise that trader schools will bo added are In lino with the policy followed by the prcocnt prison commission of deal lug with tho convicts as men says s Jtho Louisville Times Several months ago tho commls J donors caused the striped suite which sowed to cmpT aslze tho dog radatlpn of the prisoners to be replaced by a dark gray uniform for all prisoners whose conduct was good prisoners whose conduct was i M excellent was permitted in addition to wear a blue cap aa an evidence that they were firstgrade men only such convicts as remained defiant of prison decjpllne are now required to wear striped suits The effect pro ducod on a clan of men commonly looked upon as lost to all sense ot Manhood has proven the comrnU elonera right the theory that the convict Is little bettor than the beast wrong After several months In which the commissioners plan had been in operation but twelve con victs out of a total prison popula tloa of lan are in stripes I J When the school was opened Monday night of this week there Were present 129 convicts all that there was room for In the little cud dy called by courtesy the chapel These men were there because ol the desire to overcome the Illiteracy which stands as one of the barriers In Ute way of their becommlne self supporting on their release Had t the chapel been larger it would still have been crowded Neither of these two changes In administration bas Imposed expense on the state Both give convincing evidence that the inmates of Ken s 9 tucky prisons are men of like na turo with the men in the prisons in othef states which put Into practice I the theory that vtue convlQt when dealt with as a man educated as a man and trained to do a mans work will go back Into the world better prepared to live honestly than la the man whom the State Is Intent only on pushing as an out cast Under the prison system which RatKentucky has followed for more J a years throe out of four of the convIcts released see In crime the only means of llvehood open to there An tho number released each year from the prisons at Frankfort and Eddyvllle lg COO the proposition of trained and practic ing criminals Jn each graduating class Is too largo either for the States credit or comfort Other proportionvreached under the operation of the use of agents for tho employment of released convicts a parole system with special regard to state super vision tho education of tho Illiter ate trade instruction for every in mate the grading of prisoners ac cording to individual conduct and the separation of first and minor t offenders from older and confirmed 4 criminals while in prison The s change from Kentuckys system to that followed by Illinois Minnesota Now York Massachusetts and a score of other States can bo accom i pUshed with little financial cost to the State It Is earnestly advocated by tho present prison commissioners it is approved by all men who havo t any knowledge of Kentuckys prison conditions and whowlth no i political ends to servo desire to see Kentucky in this aa inallotber juoBtJons true to her obligations as- a great State 5 Trouble Malcors Ousted 14Wben a nuffertr from stomach JUr fins a Now Life Pills tKfm mighty glad Zo BOD his Dyspepsia and Indignation fly but more hes tickled over hb new find appetite ti strong norvos ibalthy vigor ell bet r cause stomach liver and kidneys now work rlgKt IBe at all druggist Body 5 Use of Fat All physloid tats ore agreed that tN I pertain quantity of tat lsa dally ne in etsslty for the upkeep tthe body Not onyIs fat itself ann ener rproduclng foodthat is through Its tlr fuel too the jr jiving pnglnfp iit It appears to play a Yory doff tpart Inasefstingthe A a ti 6failatiopfcj Qther articles of diet icy 6 t 7 r rJ 1 J 1 I t c n Iy LI i The But Food for Workers The best food for those who work with hand or brain is never high priced inQuakeramong foods that supply nourishment and vigor without taxing the diges tion and yet It Is the least expensive food one can eat This great food value and low cost make It an Ideal food for families who want to get the greatest good from what they eat Laborers factory or farm hands fee plentifully on Quaker Oats will work better and with less fatlguo than it fed on almost any other kind of food All of these fasts were proved and very Interesting Information about human foods were gathered by Pro lessor Fisher of Yale University In 1908 In addition to tho regular pack age Quaker Oats is packed in largo sized family packages either with or without china dishes 8 Fat Is also required as a bedding to certain organswhereof the eyo and th kidney are examples so that Is an Item In the dally menu the absence of which or tho supply of a too lim ited quantity of which Implies a se rlous disturbance of tho bodily func tionsFat formation in the body how evor is not to be regarded a BO merit accretion or addition of the fat we consume to tho tissues of the frame On the contrary fat like every other food has to undergo digestion and to be assimilated and so ap plied to the bodys wants A great physiologist remarks that nothing Is more certain than that fat can be formed In the body from that which la not fat He is thinking hero ot starch and sugar which closely re actable tat in their chemical com position and of tho work of the liver chiefly which In part can con vert these foods Into fat This action is seen in a very typi cal fashion in the case of tho Stras bury geese whose livers from the chief element In pate de folo gras that is when we aro supplied with the genuine article The birds are overfed on maize which is practical ly all starch and awIng to tho want of exercise for they are cooped up In small pens =the liver becomes a mass of fat formed from the starch of the food Tho dainty just nam ed has therefore for Its basis a birds liver in a state of fatty degen oration A cows milk contains a fair proportion of fat which can only be formed from the starch contained In the grass she eats and bees again making wax from honey Fattening pigs and oxen represents a similar process of getting fat out of starchy and sugar foods and the human being who with Haml6tcom tloshlieto limit his starch and to of sugar If he would return to the pro portions of a sllmer adonis The fat wo need is obtained In part from various sources Wo find fat In milk eggs butter cheese und meat foods pork especially giving us more than a fair measure of this and salmonare rich in fatoxhlbltlng exceptions of the rule that white fish needs a butter sauce to increase its nutritive worth just as butter added to bread gives to the staff of lIfo a higher food value Now fat is by no Moans a cheap food When a commun Ity is starving foods are loft off In tho order of their costs Meats go first then fatsand finally people arc left with starchy foods us the last and remaining item Bread and then potatoes constitute In this way the fam ine foodsLondon Chronicle QUICKS BLOOD uE PilLS Will cleanse your liver and puri fy your blood and make you feel like a new man In Memory Ot little Anna May Thomas who departed this Iffe one year ago the third day of December To her bereaved parents I would say do not think of little Anna May as b Ing lost but gone before Yet we In our blindness cannot see why that she Ito young so pure and innocent was chosen But God knows best and doeth all things well Such as she Is Gods choice for Christ said suffer the dear little ones to come unto me for such is the kingdom of Heaven Then why should we weep when we have the blessed assurance that Anna May has gained a home of eternal life peace andn Joy and if we trust and obey he that baa power to give or to take as ho wills we shall meet and live forever with Anna May where no farewell tears are shod By one who loved ber M Y i CASTOR IAlor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought f Bears the Ignaturebf 0 J+ Vt REJECTED BY VOTERS Is Alabamy Prohibition Amendment Not Strictly AntiProhibition Victory as Several Issues Are Involved Birmingham Ala Nov 30Delated returns today fall to change ln any material aspect the majority of nearly 23000 against tho prohibition consti tutional amendment In tho election In this Stato yesterday Only six out of tho total of sixty seven counties gave a majority for the amendment and In these the fig ures were small Gov B B Comer leader in the amendment campaign did not wait for completed returns on the election but left last night for a hunting trip In Mlsslsslpl Ho declined to Issuo a statement before he left tho city Today the temperance people them selves are receiving the blame for the defeat of the amendment Countlo which have had prohibition tOT twentylive years voted against the amendment will In other sections It Is declared the temperance workers tooling secure in victory failed to do the proper work at the polls Tho defeat of the amendment is not considered a straightout antipro hibltlon victory and It is not rogarde as likely that the State will again go back to conditions existing before tho Statewide law was adopted How ever modification of tho present laws are expected by tho next Legislature The Stato Headquarters Committee of the Anti Saloon Laogue in Alabama Is in seslon here with every member present A statement on the results of tho election will probably be issued rater Tho Rev Brooks Lawer ence who came from Ohio several yam ago as Superintendent of the Alabama AntiSaloon League Said today The AntiSaloon League has some thing to be thankful for at least In looking over the resume of the cam paign just over the league tag remained out of politics anyway Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Animals as Fire Setters The latest trick in burning up a building or profit touching It off- the firemen call Itcomes from Liver pool England Fires In the cotton warehouses came so regularly that th authorIties became convinced that the tires were purposely set A strict watch was rewarded by the firemen catching a tire in its Incipiency and extinguishing it where it started A search was then made for evI dence and the first thing discovered was a small hole in the wall A few bricks had been taken out but the opening was not large enough- to admit a person The next thing that turned up was a cat This solved the mystery of the hole In the wall as well as tho manner of setting the fires Puss still had attached to her tall some halfbumed rags Tho Incen dIary simply put the cat through the opening lit the stuff tied to her tall and the cat naturally ran wild through the warehouse carrying a trail of fire behind her A tire in a cotton warehouse set in this manner usually meant a total loss and poor puss was burned destroying the evidence Tho East Sido flremaker has been known to uso a dog as a firebug The plan vas to tie the dog to tho leg of a table On tho table was placed a kerosene oil lamp After locking tho door tho fire maker called to the dog In his efforts to respond tho animal natur ally tugged at the cord attached to the table and If ho pulled hard enough upset tho table and threw tho lamp on tho floor and the blaze was started The rat ba been used to start tires but often with disastrous cone sequences to tho man who used tho rot A stable keeper who was trou bled with rats got a grudge against the animals and thought it would be a tine thing to pour kerosene oil on a ra and light It The rat promptly ran back to Its nest In the taMe the most natural thing for It to do and sot fro to tho stableand shortly the stable keeper was gazing m a pile of smoking rubbish aa the result of his experiment Rats and mice are regular tire akers It was the late Edward At sin who uemotibtrated that these K fOj all ils are troublesome fire titljIf J n i I As 1Q tc rlas676Atk1hE gtundo ni 9 some Investigations and experIments that proved this The llew nglahd mills had had a number of flies which started In tho roofs On examining one fire that was put out immediately It was found that rats had built theIr nests up in the rafters and close to the chimneys to get tho warmth They used the best materials to start a fire such as cotton waste excelsior and other fine stuff fre quently soaked with oil In time the heat from the chimney and the close quarters of the nests combined to cause spontaneous combustion and there was an unexplained fire in the roofAtkinson also made an experiment to find out If rats would gnaw matches For two weeks a rat was kept under watch and matches placed with Its food it was not long before It was seen chewing tho matches and once It got a taste of the phos phorus It began to like the matches and In chewing them set them off Mice also like phosphorus because It Is sweet and they will steal matches to use them In building their nests In one case In which a floor was opened up a collection of heads or matches was found laid aside in u corner for food while the sticks had boon used In building tho nest Birds have also been responsible for fires but not actually causing them like the rats and mice The birds are fire makers through building their nests In places where sparks from a chimney for Instance fall in the stra and dry stuff used in building the nestThe cow la not regularly classed as a firebug but one cow made at least tire history It was Mrs OLeary famous animal who one afternoon kick ed over a kerosene oil lamp and start ed a fire that wiped out the City of Chicago In 1871 From the New York SunSChia nCryFOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Sawdust Flour From Waste of Lumber Mills Flour from sawdust Is another stop In the movement for the conser vation of forest resources The United States consul at ChrIstian Norway has sent to this govrenment a suggestion along this line which may be of value to American lumber men who arc wrestling with the prob lem of sawdust waste The flour In question Is not the kind which goes Into the making of light fluffy biscuits and the other kind which are not light or flaky pastry but it Is an ingredient of dy namite linoleum xyollte which for the information of the man on the street is a kind of artiUclal flooring and other things It is not put for ward as a new discovery for it has been in use for several years in Europe and to a suiull extent in this country The wood flour is ground in a cheap mlllvery similar to those which grind corn and ryo PIne and spruce sawdust Is used In Europe and after passing through the stones and the bolting chest It Is sacked or baled for shipment It Is then worth twelve to thirteen dollars a ton The flour has a number of uses one of which It Is the making of dyna mite It la the absorbent for the nitroglycerine which Is the explo sive Ingredient Wood flour dynnmlt Is Inferior to that made with Infuser ial earth as tho absorbent but it serves many purposes and is cheaper But dynamite Is one of the smallest prospective uses for tho product Linoleum makers mix it with linseed oil and give body to tholr floor cov ings It is not conslileml quite equal to ground cork for this purposi as It is loss elastic but It Is cheaper und meets requirements for medium gradesThe flour fills an Important place lu tho manufacture of xyollte a kind of artificial flooring resembling wood In weight and stone In other respects It Is used for kitchen floors and In halls corridor cafes res taurants and public rooms It Ifc Impervious to water and Is practic ally fireproof It Is floor material In some of the German war vessels It is GO used because it is not liable to take tire or splinter if shuck by shellsMany additional uses for wood flour will probably be found Tbo amount of sawdust to bo had In this country Is practically unllmited uid mllbnon will welcome any plan that will lessen tho waste at the sawdust dump Norway exports thousands of tons of this sawdust flour yearly told the United States takes some ol It Ger many is n large manufacturer also and has been for years England is an extensive buyer and much goes to France fake ME1TN HALLS Chill and Fever Tonic as i general tonic for tired eeling and malaria r- kr MORE CHILDREN OUT THAN IN SCHOOL j 417664 Pupils do Not Attend Any SchoolSome InterestI ing In Kentucky throe are fewer num leer of children of the legal school age In tho schools of the State than thero are children outside the many schools The number of children Who do not attend any school at all li larger than tho number of children In school Tills rather startling bit of Information Is given quite casually In sonic of tho statistics which are being prepared for the annual report of Prof J C Crabbe Stato Superintend eat of Public Instruction This state ment showing that there are in aver ago daily attendance in the schools of the State a total of 311192 children and the number of those not attend ing any school Is 417664 win be used during the coming session of tho Leg islature as an argument for better schools and laws nl Kentucky The following aro some statistics regarding the common schools of Ken tuoky which are of general Interest as showing what Kentucky is doing In the cause of education Number of log school houses In true State 740- Value of all the school houses and grounds 854833782 Value of furniture and apparatus 83328900 Total number of pupils in census report 739836 Total number of pupils enrolled In school 519192 Average dully attendance for the year 311192 Number of pupils not attending any school 417664 Total number of teachers employ ed male 3892 Total number of teachers employ ed female 7135 Number who have taught continu ously In one district for three years or more 1106- Number of schools taught for term longer than six months 687 Nnmber of schools that observed Arbor and Bird Day 684 Total amount of money received ham all sourcse for school purposes 517429795 Women Who Aro Envied Those attractive women who are lovely In the face form and temper fro tho envy of ninny who might be like them A week sickly woman will be nervous and irritable Constipation or Kidney poisons show in pimples blotches skin eruptions and i wretched complexion For all such Electric BItters work wonders They regulate Stomach Liver and Kidneys purify the blood give strong nerves jrlght eyes pure breath smooth velvety skin lovelly complexion Man charmIng women owe their health and beauty to them 50c at all druggists Develop the Boys It Is a great thing to take a boy Into ones confidence to find out his tendency and help develop it Everyday has some Inclination toward some right thing To discover that and ivo It force In doing more good in the world than one usually has the opportunity of doing Tim way to do this la to tko tin Interest In tho My talk to him encourage liimglve him a book that touches upon his tendency There Is too much lack of faith in a boy This conies from a lack of under standing him frown not looking Into him arid seeing what the outlook Is There Is more chance of doing good In the world right here In this boy proposition than there Is in all the Congo it the only Ready Roofing carrying the National Surety Cosbond Itcarrieswithitterms and conditions that make it especially at tractrre to anyone who must sadder he roofing question For 10 years you cad rest easy about your roofs it covered with 3ply Congo and we know that it is probable you will get coca longer service out of it enterprises that one cnn concoct Very often a man will see some un toward impulse In a boy and he forthwith makes up his mind that there Js no good in him God doesnt turn out such boys He gives every ono of them an ad vantage if it is taken hold of in the right spirit Next to a woman ly girl tho best thing God ever gavo tho world is a manly boy But he must have n chance he must see his way he must have sympathy and friendship Tho ruin that Is done for the lack of these Is amazing There are oven fathers who never think of these things who love their boys but never get on the inlsdo of their heart It Is a great mistake Ex Could Not Be Bettor No ono has ever mode a salve oint ment lotion or balm to compare with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its the one perfect holler of Cuts Cornns Huron BrulEos SortS Scalds Bolls Ulcers Eczema Saltt Rheum For Sore Eyes Cold Sorts Chapped Hand its supreme Infallible for Piles Only 23c at all druggists In Memory- Of GIla M Cox ago G years 10 months 28 days daughter of O C and S B Cox Farewell dear Gila sweet thy rest Weary with months and worn with pain- Farewell till In some happy place Wo shall behold thy face again This lovely bud so young and fair Called hence by early doom Just come to show how sweet a flowerIn would bloom Through all pain at times shed smile A smile of Heavenly birth And when the angels called her home She smiled farewell to earth Precious GUn you havo left us Left us forever more But we hope to meet you On that bright and happy shore God needed one moro angel child Among his shining hand And so ho bent with loving smile And clasped darling Gllas hand Eleven months ago we had to lay thee In the peaceful graves embrace But thy memory will be cherished Till we see thy lovely taco AUNT SUSIE Silver Plate f that Wears Those who seek perfec don in silverwaie in i variably choose forks spoons and fancy serv ing pieces stampedwith the renowned trade marl 1841 ROGERS BRUIn quality and beauty of desipmthis well unsur Its remark able durability has t won it the popular title Silver Plate II that Wears Sold by leading everySIra7 catalogue CLi- llwi showing all ljnstinMtUNMIA CO I rokrtlt4r Ca- Nueer1MttlDCN CONN A Reliable FOR Remedytars OATAflRNAFEYER 7H Elys Cream Balm Pc Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes lllt t 4 heals nut protects tho diseased membrane resulting from Catarrh nut drrvcw nway a CoM iu thulleail quickly ltcstore tho Senses of Tate anti Smell Full size 50 cts nt Druggists or by nail Liquid Crtiun Halm fur use In atomizers 75 eta Ely Brothers 50 Warren Street New York AGENUINESURETYBOND PACKED INSIDE EACH RO- LLOFCONGO RROOFYGThe Surety Company a issuing these bonds and back of them is their two million Jolla of autti It pr matter of keen satisfaction to us that they were willing to stand behind Congo Roofing You are immune horn any responsibility other than giving the roofing ordinary care Write today for ample of Congo and full information Remember thatwith ceryrollof Congo you get a genuine Surety Bead FORDSVILLF PLANING MILL CO FORDSVILLE KY I r j rn Hartford Republican 1daMcordtag to taw at the Potol- Sarttordltr aamaa matter of thl oo- DdtI tM BARNETT EDITOR msxmpxtossse- CunabsllanM40aQUCh IUVMMMaa FRIDAY DECEMBER 10 Cranberries are cheap but turkey are roosting high Canada IS preindulge In the luxury of a coal trust Zelayas excuse Is thathis gun Went oft before he pulled the triger For the tfewweeks Santa Claus and uncle Joe Cnnnon will bold the boards Looks l1kothe trusts wl11 be put to the trouble of finding some otho way to do It HuntersshouldHb madoto understand that It Is better to lose a pos sible bird than to kill an actual man The Sugar Trust seems to have been able to give away sugar and still make money by the method It was porsuing Although the materlals are dlfforen the methods of the trusts are much the same whether they deal In oil sugar tobacco meat or Ice ywill Mr Bryan make Prohibition the paramount Issue In 19127 If thJI should happen we tremble to think of the condltlon of the CourlerJourn al The Louisville Herald 1sLmalrg good as a one cent Paper and Is dee tined to attain a wide circulation and Influence throughout the State un der Its new management The members of the Flirt Kentucky regiment should he turned over to the Louisville Law and Order League to be dealt wIth after the manner In which they attended to the Kentucky IClght IUders What Isthou of Roosevelt wast ing his time hunting lions In African he wants to hunt a rare animal let him come home and try to find an American hog He is the king of beasts just now In this locality The Honorable BenJohnson who is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Gvernor of Kentucky is an advertiser who knows how to adver tise Some of our merchants would do well to patern after this astute an successful polltlcan Since E Gov norJCS Black burn got out from under the services of a Republican administration the old Joo to him manifested itself and ho at once began to predict the downfall of the Republican party Blackburn ought to be II thorn In the side of Roosevelt the rest of his Ute It the comings of the Legislature with Its big Democratic majority does all the things which boss John Whalen will order t to do and fails to do the things whIch ho requests it to omttRepubllcans will kayo a much better show to carry the next State election than they had two years ago Former Secretary the Treasury Leslie M Shaw recently stated that men tong In service learn that It Is not wino to discover a fraud All the more reason for repealing the Civil Service humbug This pernicious sys tern engenders more dishonesty In tho government service than anything else Men tang In the government oervico become too smart President Taft has no doubt changed bas mind to some Intent about tar lit reduction since tllo special session of Congress In the message which he sent to Congress this week- ho ill emphatic In his recommendation that Congress should do no more tariff tinkering end he makes thlll among the first suggestions In the message This recommendation should have been made to the special session r Congress or beter still U the speoal semfon had not been called the Country would have been Worth millions of dollars more now and It would be back to the tpios er- ous times which was enjoyed before fie panic of 1907 and 1908 ExGovernor Dockham s called attention of the Democrats of Kentucky to the fact that the Whalen Brothers are about to assume entire control of that organization wIth headquarters at we Duck Theater In LOuJ8Vl11eand warns the party against the consequences which may result However oo far there seems to he xo very extensive uprising against tip Whalen On the other hand they sro wined dlncQ and toasted as the- areatostmonwhoever happened They fob twins each named loses who- Mvo lend the Democrats out of the Uderess In Kentucky Why ahouhi y not have a high swat it the ttable whlchcaa bespread by t- Jefferon e and JacksOn unterrlded Lt- thq l cottntry Pemocrate walt and vetchsand see wh tJhat Whale Democratic majortty do for th- County Unit bill In the coming see lion of the Legislature The homeyeXpreslon Of Abrahar Lincoln enocerning protective tat iff might be of great benefit to many of our people who send their money to Sears RoObuok and other mail order houses thinking that they are doing a great service to thornsolves and families by saving two or thre cents on some small purchare The should learn that when they send a dollar to some merchant In Chicago the Chicago fellow has the dollar and they have probably fortynino cents worth of gods while J they spend the dollar wIth the home mjrchant we have both the dollar and tho gOO The same dollar In circulation nt home might discharge hundreds of dollars worth of obligations In the course of a few weeks or months WhIle If sent to ChIcago or some other distant city not a penny of It Is likely ever to reach a single church school or assist In turnlshlng a home market for a pund fbutttel or II dozen of eggs It seemsatm getoRepublicans In other counties In Kentucky that Ohio county Republicans should have been so successful at the recent election when all others failed The Repub licans In Ohio county have been true to the people They have not runoff aftefS tailed Law and Order organizations gotten up by the to bacco trust for the purpose of grinding the life out of the tobacco growers In Christian county the Republicans pinned their faith to the Law and Order Democrats to help elect their eoupty BPd Judicial Ucketli and lost their own party votes and now they say they remind themselves of the dog which let go the bono to grab the shadow In many places In Kentucky the Republicans got just what they deserved at the recent election and what they will continue to receive at the hands of the people- to long na they cling to the coat tails of those who are endeavoring to as sist the tobacco trust SELECT Dec SFarmers are about done stripping tobacco and are now wait- Ing for a sale so they can deliver Mesdames R E Duke and J W Obannon of Hartford visited their Ilarents Mr and Mrs D W Stewart Saturday and Sunday Messrs O T Obannon and U S Carseln of Hartford were In this neighborhood last week birdhunting Several young peoplu attended the party at Claronco Keowns Saturday night Mr Shelby Daugherty and Miss Yettlo White were quietly married at the home of the brIde Mr J M evening Dec 4th Doth are popular best wIshes of all their friends Mr and Mrs J A King of Beaver Dam visited friends hero a few days la8t week Mr King Is just back from Now Mexico where he has been to tako up land He is highly lllenScd- Wltll that country and will leave In lay with his family where they will reside Mr Herbert Faught will move Inn short time to his farm he purchased of Mr J W Keown Mr W C Stratton is erecting a lIew residence ow his farm J W Martin and family moved Monday to Sheriff R D Martins fArm near Hartford Clarence KlOWIl and family will move In a few days to Mr Flan Drakes place The tobacco has now been sold and they begin receiving at Cromwell Dec 20th Better ask the Farmers Cummins still Insists that the d6r people want a change In the Tariff laws lie had bettor come up here and ask the farmers it they desire a change In their present conditions so tar Wi price of farm products are concerned He might make them bcfeve that con litions could bd changed so they night buy manufactured goods cheaper without affecting the price of what they have tosellbut w hardly think ho could Tho farrnres are not fools lyanymoansEastervilleIa VlndJ star and RepUblican Rev Frye Flenerville KyWo have a good preacher who moved into our hunting grounds a few weeks ago His names Fryo and he Is a Red Man being a member of the Beaver Dam Tribe Ho has been doing some good preaching and our people are welt pleased with his work Ho baa just closed a great rovlval one of the host we have had for years P W E Prominent Educator Dies j Chicago Dec IiJoseph Warren ssllrtant professor of hIstory at the University of Chicago died here today of blood poisoning due to an u- ioratodtoothHo was 3G yearoolsl and graduated from Harvard f 18111 r JOOfiEI QLT TO SUCCEED ML iAY Agreed Upon as Minister to Swit- lerlandAppliintment Expected This Week Washington Dec tiIt Is expected hero that the nomination of Judgo William H Holt of Loulavllle for Minister to Switzerland will he sen to the Senate this week Iiehasbee agreed upon by the Kentucky members as successor to Drutus J Clay and Secretary Knox Is reported to have recommended the appointment to the President Judge W H Holt has lived In Jet ferson county for the last seven yoors Ho Is a native of Bath coun ty Ky For eight years Judge Holt was a Justice of the Kentucky Court of Appeals and served a year as Chic Justice He was appointed by PresI dent Wllllam McKinley as II Unites States Judge In Porto Rico followIng the war with Spain At the explratfor of his term as Judge In the Island possession he moved to Jefferson county where he bas since madehll home lIe Is the father of M J Holt who was the recent Republican nominee for CommonwealthsAt torney Judge Holt Is a graduate of theAl- bany Law School Albany N Y Big Show Coming Donnelles Dig City Show Is coming to Hartford next week to stay one mtiro week This company Is re- Lorted as being the best show of ItS kind on tM road The prices lire very low for such a show M the Russellville Democrat say nbot this show Here Is what they think bout it lbe Democrat takes esiScetat pleas are In commending Donnell DIg City Show which bled the boards at the Auditorium all last week They gave n good clean show to large and rppreclative audiences It fsn motto with them to please all and offend lone which certainly was the Case- In Russellvllle Master Willie Whites there with the goods md bas a night future before him The corn may has made many friendsduring their stay here and a hearty wel come awaits their return should they visit us again RENDERt i Mr and Mrs Oakley Rowe ofcent- ertown moved to this plaeo last Wednesday Robert Cornett of Owcnsboro was here last Wednesday Mrs Jesse Burton and little son Cletus wont to Beaver Darn last Wednesday J P Stevens Marshall of Beaver Dam and Wes Gilbert of Louisville yore here on legal business last Thursday Jesse Howard was In Deaver Dam last Thursday Mayhugh Baize was In Hartford last Thursday Gus Rock of Louisville and D W Jones of Iowa were hero Friday Born to the wife ot Frank locker a girl Friday Mother and child doing well Frank Is all smiles Gentry Davis of Hartford and Nlcb olas Barrass of Taylor Mines were bere Saturday Miss Carrie Roll went to Hartford yesterday Mrs J W Ezell was In Beaver Dam rMrMrs Theo Withers of Dugger Ind Is visiting Mrs Withers brother John W feeder at this writ- Ing Mrs J M Reynolds is on the sick list at this writingvProsperity for Kentucky Trere are many indications that Kentucky Is entering upon a Period of prosperltty such as has not been experienced fora number of ars- It has been a good crap year and the prevnll1ng prices for farm products are good Tobacco is being sold at a lively rate In all the tobaccgIVwlpg- iloottons Induatxjgt mattera are Jook log upapd some large coal mining Bala are under way both In the East ern and In Western coal fields A Lumber of railway lineS arprojocted- nd there Is prospect alaq qtJhe gap traction of somo important interns1 ban lines next year Kentucky cities which suffcrpdii pmrnon with the rest of the country during the financial depression are owing to the front again with new enterprises and most of them are counting on extensIve building opera Ions during the year of 1910 1liro- s likely hood of a largo Inflow of fore Ign capital in localities that present Kentucky ts rich In undovcioped ra- swrcei and her coal lands oil fhHdS- Uumpar depodts rind other mineral t- piscesslons offer abundatt opportu- itiea to those who are seedng the pronable Invesibtcat of capital The good roads movement is now elJctlngwideap lattfrest The to- provemeat of Kencky tzNdawlU add largely o Ue values of farm laRds pd w nbe aa JBpetus to 1110 growth and prosperity of the rural towns A number of counties are talc lag uP the Question In a sensible an- syetomaUc way and tho sentiment Ii favor of roadbuilding Is notlcClbly on the increase- There is progress along aU lines not so lIVrked In al1 cases IS It should be but no backward steps nre being taken and the outlook In all di sections Is encouraging As tbeyear 1909 passes Into history there Is over reason for belleblnK that It wit make way for a heter year of more abundant prosperity for the people ot Kentucky our1erJournnl A Big Show for Sale One of the finest and best equipped moving picture shows In Kentucky for sale Will exchange for land or stock Reason for selling have gone Into the mercantile business Call on or write me at Beaver Dam Ky Yours truly tt A D TAYLOR Protection in the South Senatfir Cullom Is right In saying that the South believes In and really needs the enforcement of the Republican doctrIne of a Protective Tariff and that fear of negro domination and supremacy Is all that maintains the oldtime Solid South For more the thirty years ever since the period of reconstruction gnve place to corn plette restoration to the sisterhood of States the Democratic party In con trol But tho bogy has gradually lot Its terrors This Is particularly true of the past twelve years of wonderful up building of productive Industries un der Protection In this condition the South found something else to thInk Qt The new requirements of white labor for the factories and mills brought with them the discovery that black workers were necessary In the plantation fields So a Place has been round for the negro outside of plltlcs The practical workings of the Pro tecUon policy have revealed to the South the vital value of that policy Today there are moro ProtecUonlst- sn the South than Tarlffrlpln Rep- Ublicans In the North Its Not Too Late Yet For Christmas Photographs but youll have to hurry What could you give that would he more appreciated than a swell Photograph of yourself And you can get it right here in Hartford If you want Xmas Photos come nowthis week SCHROETERS STUDIO OVER REPUBLICAN OFFICE Reduction in Price of Flour In order to further introduce our Golden Rule Flour a Fancy High Patent which ia giving such universal satisfaction we will for a limited time only make the following low prices HighPatent 85cc Golden Rule High Patent 48Ib 160 GqldeQ Rule Patent Barrel e650 HARTfORD GROCERY G0e- IN Ai D WHITE BUILDING New Commercial Hotel Hartford HyJ- NDER NEW AND EXPERIENCED MANAGEMENT- Idreryhtng flrstelus The brat of fare served rIght The comfort and welfare Of An guests especially looked Item Special attention to traveling men nate2 per day Bpecfal rate to regular boarders Your plltrop age soUclted GEO M STEELE Proprietor THE NEW Sr RE4 J Carries a splendid line of Ladies Misses and Chil 1 11 drens Tailored l Cloaks They have been I carefully selected with regard to qualityofmaterialright sIgns in new pop= M ular styles a t prices that will suit the purchas er I LADIES SHOES l I The ZlfGHR BRAND High Cl- assSHOE FOR Quality and Form I Also amexcellent line of Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes of re= liable make in different grades and leathers We can save you money t r y T JUST RECEIVED I Suitable for Xmas gifts a select stock of Dress Goods Silks Notions and Fancy Novelties that bids fairIi 1to please the Xmas sho- pperRosenbhttsTHE STORE THAT SATISFIES J E Fogle Building Opposite Court House I p KVJt f n Furniture For Christmas A Furniture Store is a most satisfying place for the Christmas shopper Year by year the custom of giving a present nothingills J there is such a greatyariety of articles and the range ofprice ientappreciate the values the good mus S be seena ttV Come acid t See tit91iday1ipoof Rockers tenter Tables Toilet tables Mirrors Lamps Glasswarer China re Rugs Pic- Eures Clucks Si oardliChf t8ton and Brass nundaFl L- Cospit r TerII Prices the Lowest i I Schider C e The Only lrxclusikt House in Hartford Ky1 if fr i r t 1 she Hosiery i I Problem11 C lion think we have ADVICE MONARCH Your Boys Hoiery NlbboverStocking this trouble by coming direct to US for your childrens Hose J YANKEE BOY TryourI 15c and our WILD BOY Hose at 25c or A pair of WILD BOYS 25cand we 10SIERlthat be greatly pleased and1ONARCHDYEi- n Hosiery from I Hartford Republican I r e FRIDAY DECEMBER 1- 0IIIlriolsCentralRaIIroadTime Table At Beaver Dam KV- North Oound tloulh IIounA- No tif ne SIS a m No l21 duttlli s in- No l2Inelr2Opm No 101dne40pro- Jolordne248pin 1nl1dn905aIn- p 1Dr J T Hardin Dr H J Dell f Hardin Bell Dentists O tt upstairs In Republican build Dartford Ky We employ all the lateat Methods In AU work done as can be one make a specialty of teeth plate We do painless extracting either with pt alleBthetlc We you to give us n trial as- a pleased 1patient ls best advertisement All work Con euttetlon and examination Foe Phan- f iii i I Nsl I J1 =Hav Rocelved a 1Ln ge Linear Shot Guns Rifles Iatoet Guns AJ AMMUNITION SHELLS ETCI i nli respectfully asks to caUI an1 Wee the and best line Si IDHartfnrd tll IL lCARS Grocerylnaa i HARTFORD KY- A l r t r r Ii The great question of what kind ofHsiery to buy and ju tr wdiere to find the kind tljat FIT and WEAR WELL the problem that most everyone worryingabout today This Question puzzled us for years as we well know that J many advertised socall- ed good brands do clot give any sort of satisfac We it solved QUR TRY THE Boys SaveAI THE SIS TER Hose at assure you you the future you will buy your US kbig Dentistry galnlesa today We without a1ocal genpral lnvito otir Just you Unsovrr Piers is is has I Baby blankets at Fairs Bring wrFurs to U S Carson Economy smiles at our prices Carson Co- W are never too busy to walt on you Carson 0 Co Chrlsttmas Opening Saturday at Fairs Everything good to eat at the Cityi Restaurant The prloo on every garment tells a saving story Carsoa Co We have the right Shoes at the right prices Carson Co Our clotthtmg costs little looks well and lasts long Carson Co Fairs are closing out theIr Millln cry Prices cut haltiThe best Shoes and thebest place to buy your Shoosat Fairs A amlle of satlstaction goes withI every Suit sold by Carson Co Mr Dress Well buys LIBERTY SPEOLAL Hats at Carson Cos For beet Groceries at lowest prices see Hartford Groeev Buy your ylel tram I Noah White tho progresuive grocer II ofherCromwell lunchgp v Far ain U or to the cut Reftaurant Plenty to aHrJceaI right the Olty RestaUrantda batter pre pared than ever Dote to teed the people Try the new City RestAurant for a goad squaremeal MiBUCLE CO PROPS Make yoUr bop aty Xmas present with a Suit of Clothes bought Of Carson Co FQr elegant Czlstmaspre ents remember tho Hartf tdC6 Drug Cd sla right in too 1d Mrs Lo W Tiehenor Metansaa Is the guest of her aunt Mrs James Casebler4 Hartford Mrs J E Fogle has returned frdm- an extended vlalt to her lilrghterlUll Annie PetrIe Brazil Inll The iii tread You Jght1at theI CltrR aurunb Eter customer sa i Ll i 11I1H CKLJ CO Props y 4 I I f Fiir Mr George Barakati lA the at buying a stock of Christmas goods FaUBulutfor Ladles and Boy s Full of snap and go Canon Co bring the1children to Fairs Satu- dayXmas r Opening A tow Coat Salts left at FAirs Special prIces to you Santa Claus Will stock up his s10lgh at the Hartford Drug Co For best Grooorlc at lowest prices see Hartford Grocery Co tleadquarters for SantaClaus at Fairs Opening Saturday Special prices saturday on Ladles and Misses Cloaks at Fairs W E EIIiSat the Hartford Mi- lCos planing mill will pay 12c pe pound cash for turkeys until Decem ber 24 to Just received a barrel New Orleans Molasaes right from plantation Price per gallon G5- cHarttbrd Grocery Co Nothing refreshing In col weather than a hot drink For anything In this line call on Miss Pop plo NaIl at GrJWns drug sortss We havo a fine lot of Overcoat for Men and Boys Juse the thing you need for Xmas prsent Carson Co Mr J Ney Foster editor of the Fourth District Leader Hardlnsburg visited friends and relatives In Hart ford Saturday and Sunday Christmas presents to suit everyy body and every pocketbookyouwlU find them nt the Hartford Drug Co Everything new W E Ellie at the Hartford Mill Cos Planing MM Is paying cash for Eggs Hides Furs Sheep Pelts and all kinds of poultry 4t MrsPaul Woodwardwbo had spent the most of the past summer wit relatives here left last Friday fo- het homo at Houston Texas Mrs Gertrude Brackney trimmer for Fall Co left Monday to make a visit to her mother at Sullivan III She will return In the spring Mrs J H Pritchard and little son James Bennett of Loulsllle are th- guests o of Mrs Prltchalls parents Rev and Mrs R D Bennett on Clay street Noah the grocer makes d specialty of the best goods In his line Sells cheap and delivers free In Hartford Give him your order for good things to eat A railroad official tram LoulsvlliO who w19 In Hartford Monday night says through trains on the M II E will not be running before L11e fIrst of the year Messrs W G Duncan D S Dun can and Mrs 0 C Boll of Greenville C D II FelIx and Dr C W Fe- lIx of Olaton were at the bedside of Mr F L Felix last week Leave your Laundry at Clevo Ilers grocery guaranteed and prompt delIvery Agent for Madlsonv111e Steam Laundry Madlsonv111e Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf Mr W cEo Smith Repton Ky who had been the guest of hIs brother C E Smith and his parents Mr and Mrs E W Smith of Ceralso for the pant few days returned home yesterday fly cureless handling of a pistol Jesse Collins shot his brother lose HInes at Huyt Sunday evening The ball went through the fleshy por tion of Moses leg but the wound which was accIdental was not dangerous Doth young men are cot = ored Me l A Dilbro has sold his Interest In the Hartford Drug Compa the firm and has accepted a posltlou as assistant pharmacist with the Tay lor Coal Company He left yes terday to assume the duties of his new posItion Hartford regrets very much to lose Mr Dllbro and wife The store of the proven Mercantile Co at McHenry was broken Into onI Tuesday night of last week NothI Ing looked good to the thief except a few watches In n showcase andJ these he took Entrance was through n side wlldow Efforts jo lQcate the thief were unavailing Wfien hungry if yoU willdro p into tho CIty Restaurant youwlll fInd set you without any long wait a- tepting array of good things that thoroughly aatisfie tbo inner man Also 0f l1 lIne ot confectioneries cIgars and soft drlnka ArbU4klo Co eater to the beret trade and eonI dUct theIr business In a way insures it 49t4I R B the thremonthsold infant o Mr and Mrs t J Martin died last Saturday morning about 7 oclock The little fellow bad been ill all of his short life and clad cuff u ed much The remains were taken to Green River church burying grounds Sun day and after appropriate services the little white casket was consigned to the grave and Its spirIt to the dad who said Suffer ltttlech11 rento Come unto Me The grief stricken fa l1yllave the sympathy of Ii large acquaintance i t- ye The bird seudn now on Cot your shells from Harttozd Grocery Co Bargains lq Overcoats and Mens Suits ItFaI a Saturday Our stock of Ladles and MIsses Wraps Is complete VIslttus- i Carson Co Just roceivod a tIne lot of Rocking Chairs Suitable for Xmas presents i Carson t Co It you are loking for Clothing for men youths or children sc Carson Co Dont mlss the Millinary Bargains at Fairs Cost not consIdered They must go 1When buyIng groceries remember- r Noah White next door to WoernerlI shoe store Now Js the time to buy Suits for men boys and ladles See what wo have before buying CarSon Co Rocking Chairs for father Rocking Chairs for mother Rocking Chairs for Cosd I For a quIck meal or lunch go to the City Restaurant You will be plea ed WIth the attention and prIces I Everything In season that la good to eat will be found at the City Res taurant undre the new management Mr Owen Wallace and son Master Hughes Central City are the guests of his mother Mrs S T DarueU city Miss Popple Nn11 has taken charge of the hot drinks stand at the drug store o t Z Wayne Griffin Ire and Is serving hot chocolate and a lot of good things Dont forget to pat- ronIze her Some sneak thief broke into the grocery store of J C lieI on Main street Sunday night Entrance was howhherascertained Jii L T Barnard has moved with his family to Mr Mayworth Durnards farm near toss Ripple where he will make a crop the coming year Mr Henry Leach Is moving Into thQ properly vacated by Mr Darnarll which he recently purchased Relatives here have reeehed word that Mr Jo A Barnett n former resident of this county Is very ill lit his hume In Cherryllnd a suburb of Denver Col where he went sev eral years ago hoping to Improve his health Mr Barnett has tuberculosis and the worst Is feared at any time You will find a more Complete lIno of JOWclryOptieal Goods and EdlllOns PhonogralJls for Xmas than I have ever carrIed before Buying Is going to be early this season and I advise you accordingly Remember my mot to high quality low prices and a square deal J D TAPPAN Your Jeweler On account of the serious Illness of his father Mr F L Felix Mr Doug las D Felix who Is attending State College lit Lexington has been called home Mr Otto Martin who Is at tending the same school was called home on account of the death of hIs baby brother which occurred last Saturday morning Mr Ylrge Stevens and wire who were reared just north of twon but have been living near Denver Col for tho past few years and who have been spending the past month visiting relatives in Olio and Mclean coun ties left for theIr Colorado homo last Monday They were accompanied Jy Mrs Stevens mother Mrs Ellen Barnett who will make her home with them In the future After being absent from the State for more Umu fifty years Mr Amos Howard of Western Ms60url arrlVtI to visit his nlser Mre Patsy Lee of of the Sanderfurs Crossing neighbor hood on Thursday of last week They lad not seen each other for this Pt nod of time Mr Howard havIng moved from his home then in Ton npssoo to Missouri wJien ho was but twentythreo years of age his sIster icing at that time about meen years of age Itho tobacco and stock barn belong C g to Mr AtT Brown near Rock qrt was burned Wednesday night out dirk The origin of the fire la unknown The barn was valued at t00 about 000 pounds of tobacco lrboO rounds of baled hay n lot of loose hay and fodder corn drill moe- ing machine and other farming Implements Were a total loss The only thing saiedfrom the tire was one fat hog which was located In n corner of the barn The loss Is total as no insurance was carrled by Mr Brown Noiic I The A S of E etock CJlaltteoI will make a shipment of I UU provided there Ill enough Stock reported by the 11th to justify us to rent n car If you have stock to ship pleaSe noUfy Us lmmcdlately- SHAS STEVENS Lon TJclFNOR iOHNH SHU- LTZIa i I iJ Committee- e t 1 fI 4 I CHRISTMASI I GIFTS DESIGNED D- Vi A SEINSHEIMER co CINCINNATI r test if up the run no N Q ox- S r S find line of and see Dec GMr Cliff Berry Is ill at this writing Mr Duck Flener and fatally visit ed Mr Lawrence Bunger and family Saturday and Sunday Mr George Russell and family Mr Olden Dukp and family and IrI- Jeft AldrIdge and family visited Mr- Iw L White and family Saturday and untby Mr D C White of Salem uclgh borhood was In our midst last Fri James legrando and family are visIting relatives and friends is Butler county M rK C Derry has gone to Ipdlana to assist his brother Orville la a- I job of Mr Rufus Bartlett and wire of Taffy and Mr W L White and wifo and Mr Richard Derry and wife TIe Mr J T Berry and family last Saturday Mr Tom Tuckers little child Is tit of Mr James Legrande has sold his farm to Mr Whoberry conslderatl m 1800 Have not Kept Tab it bra become to cuss Cannon and abuse AldrIch C1S Wo I c This does not mean tlforf o 01 i shand useless things to give to some one who does not ciate them Be practic al Buy Clothing Our jline of Childrens and young Mens Clothing consisting of the Frat and Perfection makes are in a class by selves None excel few as goodJUST RECEIVED New stock of Holeproof Hosiery Buy six pairs give them a They make good not to test You risk Depend Barnard Be CO Hrtford Ky FOR THE MOST ELEGANT IChristmasTHE Presents JEWELRY STORE R wkINdWhere you will a beautiful Bracelets Lockets Neck Chains Fobs Rings Watches Cuff Buttons Gold Collar Buttons Jewelry Boxes Silver Knives Forks Spoons Fancy arIKING before buying PALO dayMr work pneumonia fashionable appre them men who have been putting up the Tariff just as Jt the Tariff had been increased instead of reduced by tht last revision Just ask some of those Tariff howlelt to name n few of the beenIincreasedflounder laa swamp of misinformation on the subject for the numbor of tams on which the duties uregow as high as under the Dinglcybtll Is very few and the number of items 011 which It has been reduced Is pretty bigThe trouble with a groot many of the Tariff critics Is taht they have notkopt tab on thu work done OQ the Tariff question William the littlO fouryorold son- ofMr J G lIa11lburton happened to quIte a serious accident Tuesday In some way the little fellows clothing became Ignited ham the grate and but for the timely presence and effective work of his mother he would have burned to death He escaped with only n slIght burn on his back not su bad as the burns on the arms recolved by his mother In smothering the flames Dr E B Pendleton was taped and dressed the wounds of the little boy and Mrs Ifalliburton and jthey t FOOTBALL TANGLES tHMr Situations That Hay Develop en the Gridiron Is the fall of 1800 Young the Corti tBeH quarterback received a bad bump am tile head during tho first half of one of tbo early games and way ao dazed that be gave tbo ajgnal for the name play eight times In successloi The rival eleven unable to com pre icfld such generalship or rather lack of It became Just as bevrWcred ns the lInjured quarterback and In tbo ef Sort to understand tbe unintelligible let the Cornet backs through for a quick touchdownThe out of numbers while the opposing quarterback Is trying to give his team tbo signal for the next play has resulted In numerous tangles In one of tbe Army and Nary contests the quarterback of the latter eleven became so confused In one Instance when the Army players were shouting out various numbers while bo was trying to direct tbe next play that he actual ly gave his men one of tbo series of numbers tbo Army men were suggest lug Tbe Incomprehensible signal and the subsequent mixup may bo better imagined than explained- On tbe Yale squad In 1000 there was a man who was not only a good player but an excellent comedian It was told of him that more than once he put this gift to good account in a game An amusing remark here a bit of a story there then a touch of burlesque And his rival In the line would forget tor tbe moment that football Is too se Tious a matter for laughter it Is un necessary to add that the comedian wen never so Interested In his own dramatic efforts as to fall to take ad vantage of their effect on the other nun Outing A LITERARY SIN The Fabrication of Quotation Is a Censurable Practice Plagiarism Is hardly so great a crime u the fabrlcaUon of quotations a practice which has caused many on earnest student to waste hours In a fruitless endeavor to trace the passage cited Among the guilty Samuel War ren deserves special mention On one occasion be took part in a debate dur lag which Roebuck boasted that be was not a party man whereupon Warren rose and said that my learned friends boast reminds me painfully of the words of Cicero Ho who belongs to no party Is presumably too vile tor any At tbo conclusion of tbe debate Roebuck came over to compll ment his adversary on having made a successful bit adding 1 am fairly well up In Cicero but 1 havo no idea where I can find the passage you quot ed Neither have 1 said WarreD Good night That literary sin tbe fabrication of quotations leaves Its legacy of trouble behind it long after It has been com mitted Only tbo other day to a week ly journals correspondence column came the venerable question as to where In the Scriptures Is to be found a reference to oil on tbo troubled waters a quotation countless preachers and writers have used for cen tnrles but neither Crudcns Concord ance of the Bible refers to It nor has Notes and Queries or Its Industrious correspondents ever been able to throw a light upon Its orlglnLondon Chron icle Instructed the Queen Queen Victoria of England was once palled up short by an old Scotchwo man Her majesty had started out one afternoon to sit on a hillside andI watch some of her relatives tistilnj In tbe river below her when she found that she bad no thimble In her pocket 410 could not work as she had Intend ed at the sewing sbo was carrying Turning out of her way to Sirs Sym ondH shop she bought tbo smallest thimble there which was however many sizes too big for her There was an old Scotch dame at the counter Impatiently waiting to make berII own purchases Not recognizing queen she broke Into tbe conversation with a Hoots but Its a rare fuss an Saddle youre mnkln Blow Intae It Keel an Itll stick That phrase the latter part of till sentence amused her majesty Immensely and became quite a proverb in the royal family Mind Over Matter HMuch may be done said the acute observer by an authoritative voice Now if n man says to u dog Como here with a note of absolute authori ty in his voice the dog comes imme diately Yes said tbe traveler Ive notic ed it And It Is especially marked In oriental peoples Why when I was In Khollsandjbnro I heart a roan say with that authoritative note lu his tone 0 king live forever and im mediately the king lived forever Carolyn Wells in Success Magazine DUHteretted Affection Im afraid Edward youre marrying me only because Ive Inherited from my nncle 100000 crowns Why Blanche how can you think that of me Your uncle Is nothing to me I would marry you no matter from whom you inherited the money Der Floh Preservation of the Forest President Taft in a recent speech delivered at Wilmington N C had jtfcfl following to say in reference to the preservation of the forests of the country and in favor of agrlcul tero as a vocation Wo havo reached the time in the litotory of this country when if we would have timber at all we must pursue the good sense ot course of ire lng It In such a way that it will prpduco itself and of cutting It in y frdA Birth a war that Tfe yilfaefc troy it altogether We must preserve It from deafcroeilve ttrei red wenatet take stopa of caution and IjrecAutlon in ordef to do thai You have with jn then boundry of your Stato a getftle man named Vanderbilt who has gone before anyone In thescfenodof foxes tr7lind I congratulate upOn having that example that thereby you may formulate the lawa which shall preServe to you the timber of your State in the preservation of that which God has given you I congratulate the people of North Carolina that next to Mississippi its population is more devoted to the eoll and It cultivation than any other State in the Union You do not have large cities and I do not think that a defect at all In your civilization the fact Is that tho tendency toward concentration of population in the cities is a tendency that ought to be restrained Fashions and Fads Shawls may bo worn this winter Color is used in the coming neck wearCoque feathers are to be very pop ularSatin and silk hats are with us againLarge Jet buttons will bo used on coatsThe shepherdess shape hat is going to be worn- Younger girls still cling to the wind- sor tie Croohetted buttons are more hi the styles than over Black satin revers and cuffs are to remain in style The allblack hat still retains much of Its popularity Zlbellno serge and tho cheviots are popular for coats The military cape Is much used for driving and motoring Bronze sUppers are quite stylist for evening houBcwear The BO popular empire green has found its way Into footwear a A Thrilling Rescue How Bert R Lean of ChenyWash was saved from a frightful death Is a story to thrill the world A hard cold ho writes brought on a dee perate lung trouglo that baffled all expert doctors here Then I paid 10 to 15 a visit to a lung spcclalls In Spokane who did not help me Then I wont to California but with out benefit At last I usdo Dr Kings New ooetwhlch completely cur ed me and now I am as well as ever For Lung Trouble Bronchitis Coughs and Colds Asthma Croup and Whoop Ing Cough its supreme 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists Dog Meat in Paris According to a Paris paper the pre fecture of police has received numer ous applications from persons deslrou of selling dog meat The permits have not been granted for such traflc Is not considered lawful But if the number of applications continued to Increase it Is said that the police will have to obtain a definite decision on tho subject Horsalt is well known I sold in continental cities but as the Paris authority observes there would be an instinctive repungance to cat the flesh of mans best friend The Flesh is eaten In China and by the Eskimos but llko that of all carni vorous animals it is tough Hows This Wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catrrh Cure F J Cheney Co Toledo O- We tho undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 yearsand believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and finan cially able to carry out any obllg Ions mode by his firm Wuldlng Klnnan Marvin Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure la taken Inter ally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of tho temTestimonials vent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all drugtota Take Halls Family Pills for con ciliation Enemies fProsperity Anybody who etlll talks Tariff and who is tying to create discussion is- an enemy to the Republican party nn- enemy to business and an enemy to progress and prosperity The new Tariff has injured noone It is not going to injure any one It Is g0 tag to bring ua the greatest meosuro ot prosperity we ever enjoyed As 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profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also NO tan Public Office over First National Dank w R BARNES 8 A ANDERSON BARNES 0t ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD EY- The ft undersigned announce that th8- have formed k partnership or the praat Uce of Law In all courts State and Federal with offices south tilde of Main Harlfor4Kyaffecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES 8 A ANDERSON JOHN B WILSON CHAS M CROWS WILSON CROWED LAWYERSHARTFORD Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining ooun ties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention eirea to criminal practice and to collections Owes on MaIn St opposite Court House PATENTS obCalDtc1lAaUOOWItrITHAT PAY a4TeI1lMUUIoroq ahaIerpme Jut reportonTorlrrOahGboot StreetWASHINOTDN C SWIFP KILLTttECOUCHAND KkigsNow 1H7C14rFORAND AUnfwoATAItnft1NernoIJ LM BATIBBAOTOZOR T tZI1E Y irneIN ALL COUNTFlIItS axrwrrt alr u otw maty cad ofttfttffatni ExcfusJl4rnpsN dh etrs ifa1 haNOY r WASHINGTON D C i + r1 it A Zy ri r i i e I II I 4 L rJ ifPLAYEDd WITH A LION I A South African Chliai Why Ran to- MNt the Btg 1doagIN The Infant oBof oaeoftheDutch ral 8out Africa had away After eome timee a search par leadingIupooa large oreaapace lit thee tar doer elde ot which they discovered the ra huggingtittigI piece of bread and butter Before they could make their way through the thick tanrleduD rgrowth a large 1 fqu sprang Into tile clearing The Ute boy far trop being frightened ra- n10meet the lion holding up his bread and butter and saId Take a bite doggie The father stood powerless to mOTe or apenk through tear expecting each instant to see the child crushed under the lions paw but Instead of doing as Lie dreaded the lion turned himself overand lay on his back at the chllda feet Iookiug up In his face as a cat optand fired hitting the lion In the leg The nutmal sprung up und leaving the I child rushed on the party InJuring two of the number before It was final ly killed From this circumstance the child was immediately christened by the settlers DanlelLondou Family Ierald AWAITED FOR HEALY An Incident of the Lend League Agi tatlon In Ireland One morning during the Land league agitation Mr Parnell left Dublin by the early mall train for Roscommon- to address d meeting On arriving In I the town he received a telegram from Dublin which ran Mteeed mall train Will get down at 1 oclock Poatpone meeting till 1 arriveI Mr Parnell was pleased to learn that T Mnealy M P was coming down Dellghted too were the local promo It yter of the demonstration and the meetIfug was gladly postponed for a fewJ t hours At 3 oclOCk the railway station and Its approaches were thronged with people with bands and banners and the tralu from Dublin steamed In amid terrific cheering for Tim lJealyIThe train pulled up a opened and the local reception corn mlttee rushed to It when out stepped Healy but It was not T M Healy 111 P It was W Wallace Healy a well known reporter ou the start ofIthe Irish Times ne had been IIIslgned to the ROBCom mon meeting had missed the wullI r tpma and It was most Important that paper should have a report of Mr telegramdfeareons tI What Yeomen Were w Yeomeu were formerly considered to be by their title on a level with estquires and they were called yeomen because la addltloa to the weapons proper for close engagements they fought In the wars with arrows and u bow vrhicb Will made ot yew hencebthe word After the conquest name of yeoman In reference to thltwJglnal oWce la war was changed to tnut of archer The terns however was contiued with addltloustbe yeo man ot the crown ot the cbnmberIyeoman usher etcand we considerable groats were bestowed onf some of theaL In the legal view a yeoman is dedeed to be one that has r tee land ot the value ot 40 shillings a- year and is thereby Qualll1ed to serve t on juries to vote for knights ot the a whichiswhateverMcgncerned ot the kingdom and their renown I1S warriors Is full eatabUlhed by their t nnwereas heroic IchletementsLonI don GloMIl insect and Flower Expxrlaaentaec showy flowers like I the peppy tend to show that insects Iare Dot always aUrated to flowers by the brightly ctrrd petals but rather by the perceptledoubtless by means pollenVflower sd is tpldeeed tn a gauze net eoo esta protect It from Insect audc w It expaudl tile pktaals are cure fttily eesved without touching the re mlalning parts with the Ongerl fur I bees avoid a Sewer It the smell ot tin man dsggn rletton 1U and the petal l lose dowelllreceel practically as many bect tiefa liS untouched now era do Her ComplexiontWe care keew R woman quare reed with her complexion At one- tlmeshe touched It up so much that It tolicby At another time It was beyond the pale Occasionally It- bttke oat aid became very fiery ButtIiwevermuch she quarreled awas always ready to make It up tAMerer used to hektwo or three little bald spots on etDgn of my head away back Are lpphlytherayetl air ltalDt so bad as Where those spots used to taJtlberoe only one nowChicago i 1 A Hard One ben tie demanded will you pay t bUn Fnfler we Te4blm toward our U ie S yes must ask we said the pu r p edlto =Eitckange y 1 as great weT r achIITe4- WtI 3 beeteatW ssn peer ed gt Yrr Others Must Maecoodby Dee 74p- roptletora e of this paper desire to place It upon a W Wale by the to JaJllllq 1910 We have been carrying manY8l1Jltrlb for years without ianjpal Whatever for their aubacriptfana No other buelnese ontorpr would do this aril Jt is nut rl htthMweahouMlog- er oou1inue this policy Itbaa groW to be a tom olcouD newspapers to continue Ilendlnc publication to subscribers until it Is ordered stopped oc amouM delinquent Ia paid aad epbocrlbers to this claasi of papers have grown to expect this kind of treatment Formerly it did not cost so much to publish a country J1wapper but now WIth the increase do wares and coat of paper and aU the mnterfale witch enter Into the makeup of a modern Dowapaper the lose to the publication ot onay a limited number of delinquent subscriptions takes away all t41e profit which should be earned by those who make the investment and furnish the hurd Work nooeasary to suatala a country newspaper Dealdee the postotflce regulations now prohibit sending ot this clllSB of mall to per sons who are as much B ono year In arrears We do not expect 4o make this change without givIng through noUco to our readers and those ot our subscribers who receive the paper through the postoftico of Denver Dam Deaver Dam R F D Nos I 2 3Pleaatnt Ridge Maxwell Cromwell Mc Henry and Taylor MInes can earn by the label on their papers and It shown In arrears will take notice that after December H unless renewed by the payment ot arrears and ono year Ill advance they will be discontinued THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Odd Mistakes in Bank Notes Rarely do Imperlect or misprinted bank notes evade the vUlgenco ot Un eio Sams Inspectors In the bureau ot engraving and printing Perhaps the most extraordinary misprint that ever sllpcd through was II 50 national banknote This it appears actually found Its way into circulation The manner ot its dlscaverywas odd A clerk In a Western hotel In making up his accounts one dayfound- II discrepancy he could not explain Ho placed the pile or bills at ills left hand and as he wanted each one turned the note over and deposited It a pile at his right He found that when the counted from left to right his cash exactly l balanced but when ho counted it back again a shortage of 60 was shows consumed two hours In vain en matIterthe manager for assistance The manager himself had no better success Again and again ho counted the bills always with the wane result one time the cash balanced and the next the shortage was developed Finally each bill was exam ed sopar t th observe and reverse whereupon the mystified men discovered W ot their trouble One of the bills had the design ot 50 on the obverso and that or 100 on the reverse It further appeared that the clerk had reeehed the bill as 100 Communication with the TyQaswT Department was had and It was found that department had a record or the bill It was discovered In 1890 that ono sheet ot bank notes printed tor a national bank ot Kansas City hut reversed In the press Ono plate ore the obverse ot a 50 bill nt the and the obverse ot 100 bill at the bottom The other plate bore the reverses ot the two notes After each had boon printed It was laid aside to dtbeing run through for the oh- erve printing In some way the prero man had turned one sheet upside down with the result that two misprinted bills came torthono wIth a 50 obverse and 100 reverse the other with 100 obverse and a 450 reverse The cashier ot the bank was the that to become aware ot the error lie found that something vans wrong alter ho had paid out tho note with he 50 taco and rho100 face and the 60 back The note held by thocash was returned to the treasury and destroyed a perfect cote being lsaliaxl- n Its stead Errors were discovered in the design of the 1880 silver certificates These were more the fault ot the engraver than the printer On the 1880 notes Is round a treasury seal entirely different from any over isad by the Government The key which is one ot the tnostim portant symbols of the zeal tshowa B handle at the lelthand side Instead of at the right as on QU others The shield Is of different shape and the stars are Irarger The two ends ot the band surrounding tho Bm are fastened WIth a bucklewhlch no other fanfares Plays a part In the design ot a treasury soul This Is the only Issue or notes on which the peculiar seal was used and collectors Paper money Include them among errors of freaks The 1 2 and 5 silver certificates and the 10 legal tender bills of the present Issue occur with what are nown as Inverted backs lAs a matter ot tact this Is lUll erronOUtt description lnasuch as they are really inverted fronts for the backs ot all bills ore printed first These bills are sought by collectors who pay a- premtur for thorn when in fine ondltlon Another Is a 1 note ot the SccondNattonal Davk of Ravenna This askss the slgnaturee o both the president and the cashier althoug- It was circulated and sever ehsllen ledIA 1 national bunk note of tho1rst- Nsilonsl3ankofFall River ltdasaal- eo 1ac1al both slgnatnree Which sews J r not to have Interfered with its being offered and aoooptcd as money Still another one dollar note ot the FIrst National Dank ot Indianapolis lad lacks the signature or the president onlySlight IS are these errorsoromls slons they give additional value to such bills In the eyes ol collectors ot paper monoy who are glad to pay a premium for them t Is known how many ot the bills ot the Present Issue are In circulation with inverted design but It Is not thought that there are many A legal tender note Ot 1869 shows In oddity On the face of the note la a portrait of Webster while to the right Is representation ot Rolte pre canting Pocahontas to Queen At the bottom ot the center ElizabethI eagle Upon Inverting this eagle resents a faithful resemblance MONOGRAM oUNa0N Oil IIY- CEXIRESS I PAID tgts4 aqta ugti 260 U7 700 CRESCENT CLUB IIOTTID IN 10ND- EXIRESS I PAID f u S qu Uqt 400 760 1100 to the headof a donkey Whether it was Intended b i the engraver as a Joke Is not known bUt the rese- mblnceIs so close u tolndlcat ro meditations on his artChicao Tri use For Sale Twenty five acres of first class Rough river bottoms three mils West from Hartford 26 per acre take It Apply to or address A A SHEFFIELD HarttordKy In Memory Of Pearl China who departed this life October 17 1909 Dear little Pearl hoard the summons ot GOd and gently laid down the cares ot lire and passed to her home In lIeaven She was four years and five months old Funeral services were conducted by Rev II P Drown after which her remains were Interred In the Green Drier comtery She Is survived by father mother and grandparents who are so sadly bereaved She was a sweet kind hearted af- tectlonate child and loved by all who knew her Her many cunning little ways will linger In the minds or her parents and kindred but her voice and footsteps will bo heard no more on earth yet was hard to bid farewell to the darling little pet yet we are consoled with the tope that we may meet her again In n mansion In the temple on high that house not made with hands eternal In the heavens whoso maker und build er Is God A C MENDENHALLSCHILL Best for Malaria Chills and Fever Guaranteed Thp Kind You Ilavo Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borno the signature or and has been lnndounder his per- sonal1I supervision slnco its infancy P Allow no onotodecelvo you In thls All Counterfeits Imitations and U Justa good are but ExperIments that trlflo with and endanger thc health ot Infants and OhlldrenExperIenco against ExperIment What is CASTORIA Cnstorln Is n harmless substitute for Castor 011 Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contaIns neither Opimu Morphino nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays reverislutcss It cures Dlnrrhoon and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation und Flatulency It assimilates the rood regulates the Stomach and Bowels givIng healthy uml natural sleep The Childrens PauneeaTito Mothers lrlclld GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Mild You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CNTaYN COMPANY TY MUNNY STN1T NW YON CITY Subscribe for the Hartford Republican Our Express Paid Line WE GUARANTEE SAFE DELIVERY WE PAY ALL EXPRESS CHARGES AND SHIP FUlL MEASURE QUARTS IN PLAIN SEALED CASES On merit alone we are asking you to buy these brands The qualities are right and the prices right If your order dont please you in every way send it back The goods are guaranteed by the Internal Revenue Department the Pure Food Laws and by Us OLD CABLEKENTUCXY BOURBON In Jugs Only 2oo Per Gallon ROOKDALE RYESTRAIGHT RYE WHISKEY In Jugs Only 225 c Qti a Qt U Qta CANADIAN WHITE RyE 350 675 1000 RED ROCK SPECIAL STRAIGHT KENTUCKY BOURBON 1450 850 1200 APPLE BRANDYCLERMONT DISTILLING COMPANY It 300 575 850 PEACH BRANDY CLERMONT DISTILL ING COMPANY 300 575 85o APRICOT BRANDYCALIFORNIA 300 575 85o APRICOT BRANDYIMPORTED 4oo 750 1100 LINCOLN COUNTY TENNESSEE 300 575 8sa FOR THE REHANDLERr ALL SHIPMNTS IN PLAIN CASE OR CASK EXPRESS PREPAID loos Iron DoUIe8 Ilottlea- TJlNNESS1IJC WHISKEY Unlabeled 100 pints 2200 1900 Ni7tsoN CoUNTY KENTUCKY WIIISKBY Unlabeled 100 pints 5700 2500- PaIVATK STOCK RYE Labeled 100 pinta 8000 7160 SHADY SPBINGS STItAIORTWIIIBKEY100pInta8350 8000 OLD DOMINION WHIT BYI 100 pinta 8760 3400 ONE THOUSAND DOLLAR GUARANTEE WE have deposited 100000 with the City National Bank of Paducah Ky and 100000 with the Commercial Trust Savings Bank of Memphis Tenn which amount win be paid to any party who receives a bottle of OLD McIIANEY or SMOKY MOUNTAIN CORNWHISKEY from us original seal intact that is not exactly as we represent itONE HUNDRED PROOF A STANDARD GALLON MEAS URE ABSOLUTELY PURE WE PAY THE EXPRESSOne Oals Three Onl Old McUsney Whlkey 200 575 SB50 Smoky Mountain Cora WhIkey 2BO 550 B25 Unadulterated unlighLTRYEven the gallon bottle in which these goods are shipped is an article you will value andnd many uses for tgts 900IBOUIIOH IESTt 560 qts REMIT BY MONEY ORDER EXCHANGE OR REGISTERED LETTER cFORGE II COO MN COIMtPANYIseorpora- ted2O12O32o5 weIScendStret EVANSVILLE INDIANA w iiP J t t i u iI JioyatBifnpowktM arvertoUiepMfry r g Economizes flour butter and eggs Bind niIk4 a the fooddlgestlbleandhealthful 4LA Makes most healthful tool No alum no lime phosphates The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Land Sals For Taxes By virtue of taxes due we as Sheriff of Ohio county Kentucky I will on Monday January 3 1910 ex pore to inililic fcalo at the Court- House door In Hartfrd Ky the following land or as much thereof as may be neceffary to produce the sums required viz EAST HARTFORD Austin Mrs Lena 5 a 21Q Cooper D X 165 n1385 Felix Mrs Margaret 100 a 560 Kennedy W F 4i a 870 May Van 09 a 860 Martin Leslie 50 a 7SO Moseley Mrs D F 120 B 1110 Stewart Mrs DO 1 town lot 1000 Sullenger C B 1 town lot 1030 Travis J IL 67 a550 Tatum E D 43 a670 Henshaw Mrs M F1 town lox 260 Sobroader Noah 50 a 680 WEST HARTFORD Aultmire Dan 100 a1760Ben- nett James 1 a jJ 350 Brown R IL 130 a 1740 Carpenter J C 1 town lot 890 Ford J W 29 a 440 Royal T L 42 a Royal T L 1 town lot 975 Walker It D agent for Mrs A J Caieyl town lot 310 COLORED LIST Barrett Lonnto 1 a 625 Ford GUI 1 a495 Griffin Mrs Annie 1 a 220 Hln Steve 1 town lot 340 Nail Ed 1 town lot 375 1blIW W M 1 town lur 920 Phlpjw J P 180 a 920 Park Burr 1 town lot 350 Parks Bill tit 600 parka C II 1 a 500 WEST HARTFORD Hdfion SUB 1 town lot 275- EWfos G W 1 town It 073 Griffin BUI I a 430 Hinj Dan 1 a 500 Jackson WIllie 1 town lo 550 Meiieory J A 1 town lot 730 ASSS3EO BY CLERK Kirk Annie S3 a 275 Colyw J S 190G7 100 a 710 Kevil Mm IfenKfe by Mr A J GMb 2 town lots 1000 MoKiky Caroline col 4 a 275 CrtfflD Tom 2 a 510 NONRESIDENT MHkr James If 104 a100 Baxloy C EL 183 a 1635 Cooper J A GO a 620 Davis Mrs Hattie E 40 a 500 Flener B lit a 700 Lee G B 15 a 800 Tucker T H Ka 50 Toms J J aO a 850 Wright J IL 124 a 1360 Wright John H 80 a 7SO Wilson It C 35 a 850 NORTH ROCKPORT Anderson Virgil 50 a Anderson Virgil 1 town lot 1710 Bray J L 1 town lot 360 Brown Saudfwd 17 a 575 Braicher G II 1 town lot 470 Bcllon Mrj Ttwie 1 town lot 470 I Cuibertso11Mr2 S A 1 T lot 470 Campftold Mw R F 20 a Same two town lots 1275 Growburger Mrs Viola 1 Tlit 395 Howtirtou Tboowis 1 town lot 260 Landrum S J 3 town lots 930 McConnell Itktiard 1 town lot 800 Reid L agent for W C Hobbs 1 town lot 260 Reid L agentDavid J Duncaur- I town lot 1210 Tllford Mrs Lydia 1 town lot 2CO WIlliams ii 0 1 town lot C75 SOUTH ROCKPORT Brown Mm Emory 133 a 760 Benton J P 1 town lot 575 Fulkereon Mrs Mary 60 a 615 Graves W P 1 town lot and 370 a 3Q35 HairreiMrs Sallto E1 town lot 576 Hudson Ned SO a 0 1293 E BEAVER DAM Bowling J D8 town lots 1075 Baird C T SI a 2015 J Gordon Ira agent for Stogner Heirs 1 town lot v ltMI 73oolr iWp4411Vf9RDA rjiv1720 Austin Burgess 1 town lot + gcO- h r Burgess Mrs A V 1 town lot 260 Duke Mrs E C 20 a 3330 BImoro Alford 1 town lot 575 Pnlkerson Mrs Betttfe 1 lot 1000 Gorman J F 1 town lot 6S0- Hurt Mrs Ada 1 town lot 1000 Maddox Carrie by D B Rhoads agent 1 town lot 900 McHENRY Butler Estll 1 town lot LOO Halley Alonzo 50 a 550 Bennett llrs V M 1 town lot 220 D no George 1 town lot 375 Givens Levi 1 town lot 615 Phelps Thomas J 3 a 620 McHENRY Render Dick 100 a 1130 Stewart Willie J 22 a 750 Trail Virgil 1 town lot 650I CENTERTOWN Ashby Mrs Mary E 1 town lot lilS Nelson J A 1 town lot and 3 a 680 Reneer JA 1 town lot 550 Rosa A Wade 1 town lot 915 Rowe Wm 1 town lot 1050 SMALLHOUS Everly P L 1 town lot 260 Jamef Mrs Matte 1 town lot 200 y CERALVO Fulkerson Mrs Susan 150 a1 640 Richardson Hester J 1 town lot 250 RENDER Raley Mrs Isabelle 105 a 640 COLORED LIST SULPHUR SPRINGS Acton Basil 1 a3flO HlaeelE1 73 a f mllt f P- QLROCKi1Q J Taylor 8 M 1 town lot Lad j 100 a it i 1006J E BEAVER DAM Berry Will 2 town lots v 490 Martin Mfss BSancis la SJO iiimmer Elvira 1 town lottt 455 Taylor C T 10 a 1050 Thomas Anderson 1 ton lot 430 Wade Columbus 1 town Tot 550 w BEAVER DAM Woodward H 1 aaat 375 MCHENIlY I Jackson NOD 1 town lt- NO 380 3 BEDAA I f tToW land Tax Bennettt L D admr of JJ1A mettCo it 1 615 Cook W Ev ill a 440 liar Mrs Eo YaAt 1 500 Travis Frank 111a 4tTravis N d7 3ta U- N95 MAGANJ Clark J Ri 23 a 451 Coppage lIrsc M a fc1 Hall N B 4i X75 Hicks W Hy S un NO 23 BUFORDJ Cox G L i1t 1 7S0 I Jackson James 5ifa 11S1 Jones Walter50a 53iI Ixjyd Garrett 70 a 75 Parris Mrs R 1a lUG I NO 24 BARTLETTTS Everly Mary A O a 415 Greer J W s7 a lLw- I Mills A W admr of Hex j ry Cane dead 4300 a 275 i Sauder David r l3va 550 Sharp D L 109 a 95- t White Abe 75 a 800 White Robert64a 800 Weeterfield Edmonice 22 a 75 Greer Davis 100 a 550 I Ward Al 44 a 515 I NO 23 HEFLINr Sanderfur John 50 a 610 i NO 29 RALPIL I Evans Cicero M uto a 360 Evans John R30 a 550 Greer S G59 a 660 Merritt Stamper L 55 J5aoWesterllcld Clint T45 a 500 NO 18 E FORDSV1LLE I Cole Charles 9S a 7G Hale Thedocia 2 t 1 470I Hale J V1t 1 630 Hale Murrell102 a 470 I Guess J V13 a 4051 Matthews F D1t 1 Ralph Mrs Mary E40a k itl Smith N B60tia 409r NO 19 W FORDSVILLE Spencer W M10a lriO NO 20 AETNAVILLEICrowe S W fO a 4t tr 1NO 22 OLAWN Bratcher irvxfv 4 11 i 8at1 Wllkln Bill 30 a 3M NO 28 NARROWS Davldteon D CRoa- ch a 940 Jet 25 a 4W NO 31 HERBBRT V 4 Braner Mra Margaret 150 a 1080 Forer Albert80 a 1170 McPherson John H59 a 675 NO 18 E FORDSVILLE col Robinson Pearl Ill C50 Collins Laura la MONO 16 CROMWELL Hussey P P27 a 1045 NO 7 COOL SPRINGS i Davenport E A111a 1005 NO 10 SELECT Butler A F160 a 1815 Same curn for Jesse Howard 100 a 46Q- Culbertbon R 8140a 1040 Hudson J Y 9 a 480 Morris R P 25 a 375 NO 11 HORSE BRANCH Burden John H 4 a 480 English E S 33 a 495 Hacraft Asa la 341 Jamison Pints40 a 1060 Lamastus Mrs R A by 1 a Dotson 100 a 760 Myers Lu c 5 a 350 Morris J V70 a 420 Thomas A C 26 a 493 NO 12 ROSINE Craig liii 20a 395 Craig Luther 61 a 970 Lindrum HS by H L Stewart agt1 t 1 640 Monroe A S397 a 2570 Olliver Mrs 3 If 65 a 183 Peach Mrs SarahJ1 t 1 220 Peach Willie 21 a 3T0 Spinks Mrs Eliza 10 a 295 Stewart R C30 a 4l5 Watson W 1190 a 770 NO 30 PRENTIS Fogle Mrs M 3112 a 640 Stevens Mrs N C33 a 515 NO 32 ARNOLD Coy James217 a 1420 Ormlckle E W50 a 4055 Crowe Mlstls 60 a 515 Morris Perry90 a 670 Stewart Alford20 a 430 Ssilth R L10a 320 COLORED LIST NO 30 PRENTIS Tlchenor Henry 65 a 70 R B MARTIN S O C For Sale 27 h acre farm 1 mile East of Ren der 1 miles West of Beaver Dam good two story dwelling and out build Ings Apply to J W CARTER Ma tanzas Ky 19t4 HESIIENT TAFF1 FIISTJHESSAGE fOoatteaaa from First Page Uoa in Nicaragua and Intends to 1 take such further steps as may be found most coaaietaBt TrHh Its dig i city Its duty to American lateresta CentralMnerlcs1 In opoelng afcy immediate Invest gallon of the New York custom house scandalthe ldepttake the ground that such Investigation might by giving Immunity and otherwise prove an embarrassment In securing con viction of the guilty parties I SOCIretaryecutive departments deficit for the current JiEcalJ year estimated at 73075620 be met by the Issuance of Panama bonds authorized by Congres Is approved by the President lIe I explains = that In order to avoid aIdeficit for the ensuing fiscal ending Juno 30 19H estimates had been cut to the bothy cod Instead of a deficit there will be a surplus of 35J931000 excluding payments on 1 Panama canal which are expected to be ttk yircare of by bonds I Tile President records with pleasure the satisfactory arrangement made for theWDlttationofjtW Important North American fisheries issue with CanadaI and the successful prosecution of the work of the commissions adjusting other boundary Issues and the lake fisheries Ho urges an International i conference to devise measures for the protection of our seals Ho Is hope ful of a happy adjustment of the Con go question and expresses his desire to afford a larger measure of protec ion to the little negro State of Liberia Satisfaction la expressed with the declaration by Japan and Russia In favor of the open door and approI- priatonsare asked for the expenses i the PanAerlcan Congress to be held in Buenos Ayros and for participation SChed1u100 HERBERT I Dec 7The first snow of the sea son fell here today Mr Isaac Crow who has been se riously ill of heart dropsy for some time Is very low Mr Robert Stewart of this place and Mira Mabel Brown of Wober were married In Owensboro the 2nd They wiu Atk tlolr Hs wI krf Will 1t4Wazt Messrs John BardetU ot lIl1iei aadOT Bnrdett are tiki house er R L Miller 4 Mlle Mary Chambers ealertal B ra few friends tonight She leaves TJdray for Marioa lad to attend schoolMrs Ellrabeth Doattell jot Syn thla is vlaltkigherdaught r Mrs Hardea Floyd Miss Mattle Mllllgaa his returned from eevreal weeks visit to her brother O W MlUfean of Owen 1 AMrjan4ed a surprise birthday dinner to Mrs Juatea Simpson at her homo In Whltesvllle Sunday Mrs Simpson was79r181Bo1dMr Stewart returned homo Saturday alter eeveral montix s stay in Indiana Ho Was accompan led home by Mr George Bruher of EkronKya aItY Mr C W Phlppa visited his daugh ter Mrs Emma Miller Thursday i Mr Sam Haynes Aetnaville at c tended church here Saturday Mr Charlie Taylor Vhlteavlllewa in town Saturday and Sunday Mr John Bowlds of Whltesvllle mado a celler for P M Miller th I sM week Mr Byron Moseley Pellvllle and Miss Pearl Bruner of this place spent Sunday afternoon with hissiMattle Barnett Rev Wm Bruner was reelected pastor of Panther Creek church BatIurday This will be his third Mr Will Crowes and Mr yearIBurdctts children have whooping cough LadiesTake Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps alsOclean your kid gloves and muffs v All work guaranteed Prices reason 1table Hartford Pressing Club CERALVO Dec 8Mrs Price Hallows and children of Louisville are visiting friends and relatives here The dwelling house of Mr William Chancellar was destroyed by fire on the night of Deceber 2 It was In sured b a small Insurance The house was formerly the parsonage for the Centertown circuit 1 Miss Mable Garrett Louisville la i visiting her friends and relatives thin weekiMrs J M Everley spent several JeanEverley1 4QfGOS6 9SO9 O sO9 DSS099 0 9 6 S09S fD995SSSS 09 O06 d6S Even Before You Come to Use FOR CLOTHES t1Our service to you has begun Weve selected the latest styles and fabrics the best colors and patterns for you to make your choice from II IWe have ready for you to wear a lot of HART SCHAFFNER 4 MARX Suits and Overcoats for Men who appreciate Quality as well as price for Men who know that a high price at thisstore means high quality Y We sell HART SCHAFFNER 4 MARX Suits as low as 1800 and as high as 3000 Overcoats as low as 1500 and as high as 2500 But at the lowest or high est price they are cheap because THE VALUE IS IN THEM We are complete outfitters for Old Men Young Men Boys and Children Our range of prices are so varied that any price can be matched With a Suitor Overcoat THIS tIS THE HOME OF Hart Scliaffner Marx Clothes 1 E PJ BARNES BROTHBRij l BBAVER DAM KENTUS Y M 9996 s6R9C9R96 k966Q 99 699 96t9d 99r k JF er AO to fl- 1 q a