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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t 1 ryir ry s x7fR srrt is fj I j rlf 4It I y ar d- r i r j Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THEfEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year YbLrXXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTYtKX FRIDAY JANUARY 21 1910 No27y A10FEMEETS AT FRANKFORT State Union Holds Business s Session Old Officers Selected in Most InstancesBowling Green Next Year Tho Kentucky State Union A S of E mot In the city of Frankfort last Thursday j at 10 oclock a m and was called to order by the President Hon J Campbell Cantrillwho made a splendid address telling of tho struggles of the society during the past year and outlined some of the obstacles which may be encountered during the coming year His addretes was In- totiesttng and at times eloquent and was well received by the delegates The people of Frankfort did not WOW much appreciation for the meeting as no arrangements had been made for a place in which to hold the sessions and no ono appeared to make an address of Welcome to tho delegates However the State Sec rotary secured the old Senate cham berand arranged for having It heated and lighted by tho custodian Mi Lewis The meeting was very well attended almost all of the organized counties being represented by delegates A number of Interesting speeches were made during tho session ani business of the convention was dls patched with promptness and In all probability the most thorough manner j of any meeting which has been holt since tho State Union was orgnniz ed The following delegates wero present from Ohio county S L Stevens JjAlleu E O Austin D E Ward f S p Wallace J T Hcagland JElonry Plrtlo and C M Barnett No conslderablo change was made in tho Stailo Constitution and ByLaw of tho society The law was chang ed so as to permit persons to pay dues by the month who Join after the first of each year until the first of tho next year when they will pay 150 as heretofore This change was made In order to relieve new members from paying tho full years dues for less than a years membership The membership fee of 100 remains the some The convention was earnest and enthusiastic and seemed deter mined io make a strong effort to oc= copy new territory and enlarge mcmb ership greatly during the coming year Tho following officers and commlt teemon wore elected- ConreRsman J Campbell Cantrill of Scott county was reelected presi dent The other officers chosen wero Vice president Cicero M Barnett of Ohio eecrotarytreaBurer S B Rob ottson of McLean State organizer M F Sharp- Executive BoardBen Watson A H Brooks H C Swain M O Hughes and T T Barnett Delegates to national convention of A S of E J Campbell Cantrill from the Statexitlurge T T Barrett S B Robertson H C Swain C M Bar nett C SI Hanna Edward Day J L Belew A lL Brooks E Blggerstaw Sam May Ben Watson J H McCon nell J T Buss Edward Pollard Price Beard Hiram Dean P C Stephens F F Brown W H Jones O F Lan caster J M Roark and Q C Traycr Committee on Legislation for this year T T Barrett C M BarnettW H Jones and J H McConnoll Bowling Green was selected us the place for holding the next annual gner1 Ins which win bo the second Monday in January 191- 1RaleyWilson r Mr Worth Raley and Miss Ora Alice Wilson both of Olaton twero married Friday Jan 14th at the homo of and by Rev T J Aaton The ceremony took place at 630 oclock pmlnt- he presence of afoWlJClativo intimate friends The attendants wereII Miss BcsaleK Acton of Olaton lair C W Moorman of Taylor Mines Immediately after tho ceremony they retired to the homo of the brides mother Mrs Mary B Wilson where they will make their future home The brido wore a beautiful toosiume of blue and white Coat1 and toae of the same color She 11 very beaull Xul and charming young lady and comes from one of Ohio omnty old ire t v c est and best families The groom Is a worthy and prosperous young man and a son of Mr Wes Raley They havo a large circle of friends whn join lit wishing them a happy and successful future Among the Lodges Hartford Lodge No C75 F A M held a regular convocation lade Mon day night and after an Interesting business session the first anti third lectures Wore given by Messrs G B Likens and W N Stevons In a very capable and Interesting Dan ner r Rough River Lodge No 110 K of P held an old time session Tuesday evening whiuh was largely attended and two pages advanced to the rank of Esquire the work being done in a splendid shape asd to the great enjoyment of the largo membership In attendance This lodge will have work In the Third rank Tuesday eve ningDATES FOR HOLDING MAGISTRATE COURTS Fixed by Order of the Couny Court for Each Dis trict Judge R R Wedding has directed an order entered fixing Itho dates on which maglatratea In time eight districts of tho county will hold their courts In the future The point named following tho name of the magistrate is the place at which court will be held B S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March Tues day after 3rd Mondayin June Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September Tutsday after 3rd Monday In Docent ber O E Scott Cromwell Wednesday after 3rd Monday to March Wednes day after 3rd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rd Monday in Sept Wednesday after 3rd Monday In Dec embre John H Mlles Rockport Friday after 3rd Monday in March Friday after 3rd Mondaay In June Friday after 3rd Monday In September Fri day after 3rd Monday In December J C Jackson Centertown Satur day after 3rd Monday hi March Sat urday utter 3rd Monday In June Sat urday after 3rd Monday in Ssptem ber Saturday after 3rd Monday in Dec ember M C Cook Renfrow Tuesday after 2nd Monday in February Tuesday after 2nd Monday in May Tuesday after 3rd Monday in August Tuesday after 2nd Monday In Novmeber ThomaS Sanders Dundee Wednesday after the second Monday In February Wednesday after 2nd Monday 111 May Wednesday alter 3rd Monday in August Wednesday after 2nd Monday In November- C V Mlles Ford 1IIt Thursday after 2nd Monday In February Thursday after 2nd Monday in May Thursday after 3rd Monday In August Thursday after 2nd Monday In No vembor J L Patton Ralph Friday otter 2nd Monday in February Friday af ter 2nd Monday In May Friday af ter 3rd Monday in August Friday after 2nd Monday in November r ROSINE Mr Bert Berkley of Grayson county has moved into our midst Mr Kerry Hunter who has pneu monA is slowly improving Little Goebel Alfred who has been sick for some time died at his liomo at this place on the 13th Inst His remains were laid to rest in the Leach cemetery the following day MM Minerva Thomas who has lung trouble is no better at this vTJUngI Mr Tom lilacs and family of this place Vated llr Georges Wilson and Mr John Brownd and family of Fair Vllaw Saturday night and Sunday Bro Willis filled his regular ap pointment at the Chrfcliilari church Saturday night and George Wilson vied his slater Miss Artie Hines last Monday iJlBa Artie Hlnos visited Mrs Lula Nimmo last Tuesday Mr George Wilson who has been a visitor here for the past two yeara has returned to his home In AUcaneas i We bad a severe rain and iwind storm here Monday night GIGANTIC ICE GORGE Sixty Five Miles Long In Ohio River Breaks Trees Cut Down Like Straws Not Much Damage Be ing Done Louisville Ky Jan lSWlth a crash that could bo heard for miles around the hugh ice gorge extending from Wolf creek to Kosmosdale a distance of sixtyfive miles broke loose The gorge at first moved very slowly but In a short while began to ptek up speed and half an hour after tho jam had begun to move was running at the rate of ten miles an hourReports from all points In the vi cinity of the gorge and several points where the gorge had passed say that so far no damage to property has been done The river Is rising rapid ly at many points whero tho fee jams passing the largeSt rite being noted at Stephens port where tho water rose three feet In fifteen minutes The ice gorge at Rock Haven eight miles below ycat Point which was eeperatcd from tho main gorgo by a fivemile stretch of water also broke this morning aqd now all the Ico that has born holding the water hade for a wrk Is well on Its way down tho Ohila river At 12 oclock the Ice gorge was two miles above Concordia Ky and was breaking lit large chunky Persons having water craft in the river wero hustlelng about getting it out of the way of tho ice and many gacolne and houseboats were pulled upon the shore Several sivanityboats wero caught in tho tee floe and car ried rapidly down the river some be ing dashed to pieces and others going on down stream Soon after tho Ice gorge broke the water began to fall at all points above tho gorge and at this point the fall was noticeable Many mon are at work on tho river craft moving tit down with the water The news of tho breaking of the gorge was received here eoon after ltoc cured and was the occasion of much rejoicing among rlvormon At 11 oclock advices from Bran denburg stated that the gorge had moved pant that plaice and no damage had been lane save the carrying jiway of the whnrfboat and a barge belonging to the Kosmos Cement company Tho river was clear at that point at that hour and woo fall Ing wJh great rapidity Every tea ture of tho situation pointed to the possibility of tho lower reaches of the river coming through tho stress of the past week with IttJtle loss Brandenburg still has to expect the passage of the Rockbavcn Ice and that from tho Kosmosdale gorge but with itho river falling and the gorges breaking lib will mean nothing butt the passage of a morerato river covered with ice HERBERT- Jan lSMr George Johnson has moved to Mr Ed Baizes farm near AetnavlIIe and Mr Baize has moved to tho Dr John B Huff place near HerbertMrs B Huff has jmovcd unto pant of Mr William Fords house Mr Fatty Fontner moved to Mr Wm Hollands near Whlitesvllle to dayMr John Bruner la seriously hurt from a fall out of his barn Mrs Wiltlam Ford is very sick Mr Ford who has been quite sick la better Mrs George Monroe Is recovering from an attack of pneumoniaI Mrs George Burdott and ions visit I ed her mother nt Pellyillif Saturday Mr Ohurllo Taylor of WbftcsvMle spent Sunday here Miss Dora Helm Pellvflli is tho guest of Miss B Miller Mr Ernest Ford and wife of La Salle Colorado who have Iboon vls Vtlng hia father Mr Jim Ford havo returned bornet t Mr JRobort Stewart nndwiteIwtsit ed Wobbcr Itisfrweeki l Mr G rdcn Harbout of bavless r- w k c county h vlslttog his brothers Harris andjWnltcr Harbout Mr and Mrs R M Miller and Miss Matfclo Barnett are tho guests of Mr and oilS chas W Phillips nodaylt being the fifteenth anniversary of Mr and Mrs Phillips wedding WH1TESVILLE Jan 20F L Compton went to Maxwell today Miss Ruby Pate Is the guest of Miss Pearl Howard Ralph this week Dr T J Edge Midland visited his brother last week Mr Annltt Vole Bros1 shoe man Is here today Thro T111 be about twelve or fifteen candidates initiated In th6 M W of A at this place on the first Satur day night in February Phllpot team wfll put on the work J H Mldklff Dolls Run spent last night with W T Greer Miss Alberta BIrkhead was mar ried near Centertown the latter part of last Wck- Sickness Is letting up to some ox tent In this locality Frank leaning who has been suf faring rum a severe coco of typhoid favor for the past tour weeks tiled at his hqnu near hero last Sunday His funeral was preached at the Baptist church by Rev Lushbrooks Masonville after which he wajj burled at the Katos burying ground REBELS CONTROL MINE CONVENTION President Lewis Overruled by Insurgents on Floor of Meeting Iadlarsixdis Iml Jan1JThn in SU1TeCtinls took charge of time convention of the UnlttHl Mine Workers offAmsrjca at tho opening of todays seRji nnd despite tho efforts of President Lewis the rules worn sus pond d and a motion by Frank J Hau of Illinois that national organ zero salaries should be cut oft dur Ing their aitcmlanco litre as delegates was considered llnyes was stlp iwrtd by William Green of Ohio and the convention was throws In to an uproar by the contest beavccn Its two elements Charles Glldty of HazcHon Pa a national organizer in a heated si ech donod that ho hair been brought in from his field work to do tins bidding of President Lewis In tho convention or that so far as he knew alt effort had been made by the Lewla adniAiiU traIJIto pack the Convention We might aa well thresh out thl8 filibustering now as later at lingMi annjunced President Lewis and he nmilo no further resistance to tho dig cusolou on Hayes motion Hayes declared that ithci national organizers wore neglecting their duties and that the United Mine Workers were not progressing with tho campaign of organization as they should Green who was Lewis opponent In tho election for the presidency opoko as an advocate of district rights as against LowJs declared theory that the national organization has supremo authority- If a national organizer comes into this convention as a delegate tram a local union sail Green ho should ho reimbursed for his expenses hereby his Jocnl union and ho should not draw his salary from tho national treasury while ho Is here Sues For Her Lost Appendix Omaha Neb Jan ID Alleging that her appendix was removed without her knowledge or consent Mites Lillian Rohothan has sued Dr Arthur C Stokes one of the leading surgeons of Omaha for 25000 damages In her petition Miss Robothan charges that last May she visited Dr Stokes with reference to trrat mentfor varicose veins and after an examiJa lon the doctor told her that the had appendicitis and that an op eration would bo necessary Plaintiff jiiy eho did not bclSovo that any tbingjwas wrong with liar appendix aud told tIll doctor BO Later shq wtJitJlo time Swedish hospital for the PUlp Wo of having the doctor operate on the varcuveveliis She alleges thaotonly was the varicose vein removed bnt also linr Appendix vreJljfaounU auutbrpcrfcctcondltion f r- i 11f WALSH GOES TO PENITENTIARY Two YearsFight For Freed om Ends Man Who Started as Newsboy And Became a Mill ionaire Chicago Jan 1SJohn R Walsh seventytwo years old who began his business career aa a newsboy and later controlled millions in banks railroads newspapers and coal fields left for the Federal prison aft Leaven worth Kansas at C oclock Tuesday night to begin a fiveyear sentence for misapplying the funds of the Chicago National Dank of which he had boon President Ills journey followed a denial by the United States Circuit Count of Appeals to his petition for a new trial on the ground of alleged misconduct of tho Jurors who found hibn guilty While Mr Walsh was on his way to Leavenworth In charge of United States Marshal L T Hoy and Dep uty Marshal Thomas Mtdillilton a life long It lend and accompanied by John W Walsh hit eon nnd Leo Babcock and Dr L Blake Baldwin his soniU law and Attorney 11 C Rltsher his financial counsel n minor was circu lated that a desperate effort would bo made to got the prisoner off the train by a habeas corpus proceeding It was ivpovtcd that Judge A L Stillborn of the United States DlII trlct Court hind boon summoned from Maillson Win to obtain a writ from himThe ground on which time writ might bo asked was not revealed but It was repotted that the allegation would be made that other than momb era cf the grand jury were prevent In the jury rooni when Walsh was convicted Walsh was hurried In an autclno bile to hH homo to bid his wlfo goodbye and then taken to the station Judge Sanborn arrived in Chicago at 9 oclock tonight lie said he had heard that a writ of habeas corpus might bo asked for bee ho hud not been tucked to issue it John S Miller chief couuul for Mr Walsh said 1m lain hoard nothing of such procotfdlung FOR THE BUSY READER J Horace MacFarland president of tho American Civic Association made a plea for Staite legislation Ito pro mote public control of privately own ed forests before the conference on uniform State legislation In Washing ton The ono hundred and third birth day of Gen Robert K Lee way echo brated throughout tho South Wednes day Being a legal holiday In a number of States It was altemlcd with a partial suspension of business activi ties Governors from thirty States of the uniun met In the National Capital to discuss problems of State and of national Interest today Gov Will son of Kentucky chairman of the committee on arrangements for tho conference was In the chair Paulhan won a 10000 prlzo by a fortysix mile crosocountry flight at Los Angeles He was In the air one hour and three minute Alt ono time Paulhan gained an altitude of 2130 feet This established a new worlds record for crosscountry flights News received at time State Department from Consul Olivares at Mann gun Nicaragua confirms the nowspa per report that President Madrlz Is taking active measures to bring to justice the persons responsible for the killing of the AmoPicaiitf Cannon and Groce 5 The balance of tho money receiv ed for the 1906 and 1907 pools of the Burley Tobacco Society about 300 000 will bo taken from Winchester to Lexington tho tlmo for asldiyg a rc bearing in the receivership casa brought by Clark county growers hay Ing expired Charges affecting the Burley To bacco SocJuty are o be ventilated bfforo Attorney General Wlckersliam and Wadu II Kills assistant to the Attorney General fit the Deiwrtmcnt of Justice today The committee from tho organization vlll present their slVli of the caw to Mr Wicker sham and tope to havo the threatoa od prosecution abandoned AETNAVILLE- Jan 19 Messrs Noah Baize and Am by Haynos attended church at Hayuesvllle Sunday Mr Clevo Ix yd and family wero the guests of Mr Arthur Ford and family of Herbert Saturday and Sunday Mrs Walter Harrison Reynolds entertained time Ladles Mission Circle Saturday afternoon Miss Lois Harrison and Mr Wnldew Haynes and family of Hayaiesvllle were the guests of Mr and Mrs Vee Whitely Sunday Tho school at this placo is prog ressing nicely with Mrs J H Loyd as teacher There are five more weeks ofschoolMr Kiiikaid and wlrof Eldora do 111 are the gtiosia of Mr Cicero Bowman and famil- yPROPOSITION TO CHANGE COURT DATES Bill Introduced in Legislature for That PurposeShould- not Become Law Wo understand a bill has been introduced In tho Kentucky Legislature to cluing tho dates of holding CIr- cuit Courts In Ohio county from a thrw weoks term beginning the first Monday in March a two weeks term beginning the third Monday In May a throe weeks term beginning itho first Monday In August nnd a two weeks terns beginning 1hf third Mrnday fn November to a three weeks term be ginniiig tjio fits Monday In February a iwo weeks term beginning time third Monduy In April a three weeks beam beginning thu vccoiul Monday fn Rise and a two weeks torm bcgln nlng tho third Monday In October Wo so n reason fur this change and knmv of no good tints nxiuld result tlieLfroni The diiilt all now fixed iiKorfflre less wl h rho work ut the Pursuers who generally lOntllltutlJ time jury than the propwcd urrairgment My being priioMcnlly the only term whh Interferes As projiohed the April Juno and the October tvims will onto a cnrn planting turn plow lug and wheat sowing Unit We are at a total lass to know who would be benefited by Oils change Everybody Is famllar wkh and nccus tomed to tho dates as now fixed aud they are more equally distributed throughout tho year than the dots proposed In xlio bill Introduced in the legislature The proposed law would glVe us two courts In tlio flrw four months of tho year while the eight last ninths of the year would havo only two Wo think this inequality of tlmo In itself would bo mifflblent reason for the defeat of tho measure beside the confusion that would bo cuaeed by the changing of the dates as proposed BALD KNOB Jan 19Rev Harper filled hSJ reg ular appointment mere Sunday Mr L D Taylor Mrs Stale Taylor and daughter Emulous spent Past Sunday at Mrs Raffuntyd of Mt PleasantMr ill Shiels Crctawell Spent Sunday with his grandmother Mrs J A Davis Mrs Sudo Taylor and daughtiarEm ulous spout Tuesday evening at Mr K P Sandefurs Mr Courtlau Taylor of Mt Pleasant spent Saturday night with his aunt Mrs P Porter of Cromwell Mr Leslie Sandefur and sister Harriet visited their bother Mr A E Sandefur of Cromwell Saturday night and Sunday MM Ella Taylor who has boon on Itiho sIck list for some time is able to be up again Mt Pleasant Lodge No 1772 will meet at that place next Saturday evening at 730 p m and wants all tho members prossnU Wo have a new plan tip build up nn interest of ft I now program PROSPEROUS tEARfOI FARMERS Though Not asGood asLast Year President Talks Earnestly Members of Congress Rela tive to Petty Disputes r Washington D C Jan 15- Dtcture t which reflects the pro3perlty- of the country and especially that of the fanner Is drawn In the stat rent ot domestic exports for 190 prepared II the Bureau of Statistics or too Departmont of Commerce nodI Labor Corn at 70 conk a wheat at 101 cents and about 12 cents for every pound of cotton ex parted Is the record More than 2i 0111000 worth of corn and iSOooOoo worth of wheat went from American ports to feed the world last year More than 400000000 worth of cots tlon went to foreign looms and as theo figures show only the extorts from tho principal ports the detailed state ments will he larger While there are somo decreases from 1908 the show Ing on the whole Is entirely sails factory A decided change of policy has bJen adopted by the Rivers and Harllolll- oommltteo of tho House Hereafter an annual Rivers and Harbors appro prlatfoa bill will IJc prepared hy the committee from animates submitted at the beginning of each session It has been the prctice of tho com mittee since 1882 to draft a Rivers and Harbors bill every outer year and at times three years htlo intervened bvtweea bills she committee Is at work on n neasuro whIch will nuho- rizo the expludlturo of about 000- i1J The lima bill tens tiaawd tt the clwo of the GOth Congress mind cur MOO 75000000 President TaCt Is talking oornOlltly and franly to memhol of Congresm hath regulars and insnrgente point irrg out to them thu folly uf their course in pwrmltting wntroverais- of a Imer anal nature to reutrd lerjllla lion croat the ingmremsslou lu the public mind that tlmu ndtlllnnl lrgis laturo Is dlotllll metal IIf its thllll- to fighting and thus umcnaciug Ilelluh- IIcan titlCeCSK next Novenmber the President tltlHIIi the ground that a large part of the existing strife Is 1111 Ille Ill those who have iusdsted on the 1ll1llOrttnce of tillmlnl1t1ng Gun Tlonillm llr Tart hues Illhltl11 out that their aim coma II hit achllyoll by a sincere and uarllolft campaign antI can in nowlso he promoted hy pansy warfRr A victory over CIUnOIi when there la IKII1HJthlllg a make liS for Instance legislation rtcamtutncnd- cd by the admlnlltld lOll hI has plnte1 out would mlUI II great doal Ir Tar+ Iran ales tdmolrhdll tho roulsr ltopuhilhtmms nut to go- about wlh chips ou their shoulders Woking oterlbieu to stake timings 11- 11Jlloot lIt fur the hllf1l1gell Ill has not 1leUUtftl tf vuloe Itlll contempr- tor sumo of the IIItttJlIJdll adopted hilt no iii tllspnaed tu IJIJO that Il the work or tine wis5lon ulvfllc and umombers have really lioportant uf rain to occupy tlmcir nihids they wIll abandon thresh flctlouul IJlclwr lag and devote tlletumalvcy OIl1lIlOUy to serolll work MlOre II a disposition In alll11ll1l- l1tratlvo anti 1Uthnl clrcloo 1u wash lugtan not III view national conferences umd mtvcntlon otlumr than wJ1lUml with grout regard to the NaUonal Confrenoo on Unlforvt Stale Leglelutiotl whIch will meet here on unulry 17 IS and tv hs UI1 exceptlou- ru the rule Thu nutnlmr of highly Important uhjtocts wlilch this coufer- oneo is to tlirculS the ability and nhurAeter of the men who will par1cl- iptto itt the huscueshtX anti time widely re1Ircntatjo tone of the COl- iforotJtQ itelf all lend to time IHct that selllllulI JIIIJlortullt results may bQeffltttd Thu lreldd lIt hmts already huger uvIC on the ud1rr- wnich Ito will tiotr mud a inn list of iinpertant Spealors Itus been tie cured Ropresentatlvo Loath of Virginia ley Introduced n hill providing that 100100 bl gaud 1 I the govnlumnent to Colonel Robert F Ieo Jr ud rninfi4rater do bonis non of George 1Vntduingtons state for the Ill legod Ions of mud III Bmmon and dormant cfJuntks OhIo whlcJl origl- napy belonged to tit first Iresident- Thero cat be no doubt that sonic difficulty will tie oXIICrhllcClI Iy Mr iamb In obtaining time paasngo of theI bill but nn even more Illlflcult tusk Oflthoto find the rIghtful heirs or General WnshJnglilu Tho claim of Colonel Leo rests ati tile following basis lordfD nmyreof Virginia Issued a vtrront to John Rooters In i7G3 which j- i E P BAR I e os If- t y yc BEAVER DAM KY- PROFITSHARING SALE CLOSES t 910bNew Bargains Added Dailyi n 1iAI w wn was bought from him by General Was Ington Later the legislature of VI 9ginla parsed a joint resolution whic provided that all persons who sor ed In the army and held land wa rants might exchange them for wa ants which would permit them to locate on the vacant lands reserved o n tho western side ot the Ohio rlve for officers und soldiers of tho Continental army General Wasbhtgto- is said to have obtained 8051 acre In thld manner According to Col leo tho surveys were wnfirmed b Congress hut later a deputy trurveyo- from Virginia made three cntkfl completely covering the hJC1tt1on6 which General Washington had chatset Other perstmns bought the land nlld Gel Leo now comes to Conjrl io for recompense Time matter has bee under consideration In Congress be foro and Its publicity has reeI- n greatly increasing the number o- tmormans f who claim to be living llelrs- ot General Washington Col lco hIU received dozens of letturs from nanr rolattva of Wmhlngtou and ho viow with great trupidatlou the 1asagc of the bill It was rJerwd to the oonmtltWo on Cllllm All prospect of Congress taking action whIch will result In time recog- uitlon of the belllgercne of th Estrada goOrnlt1l1ct was romool1 when the foreign Affairs com mUtce of the House tabled time sul- zer TClluiutiOIi providimrg for such action The Ilotmso believes thlll Sir rntary Knox Is entirely eUIXlhl IIf meeting any dlplomatlc omergenr I 100 Roward 100 Tho reders of this paper will b pleased to learn that there Is lit least Ohio dreaded dlftJllo that science lot a boon able to cure In nil Is stages and that hi Caufh Halls LvatarCh cure Is the only pidUvo cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh beIng a oonstlttuttlonnl diocese re quires a eOllstllutlonal treatment Ilnlls Catarrh Cure Is ttkmi Internal l acting dlrtrtly upon time hloood and nulceus surfaces of the system there by daatroyhig the foundatlon of th disatre and givhig tllo patien t strength by hulldhrg up time comrJtu- tlOI and HlltJlstllll nature fn doing i- work I Time proprietors hate so much flttAI In Its curative flowers ilmattho offer One llumdral Dollars for any case that It tails to cure Send fur list of tesUnmomotls Address I J ChIENEY CO Toledo 0 Sol d by all druggists jijc Take Hall Family Iills for Constipation Many Unknown RegIons On any map of the entire world It Is Impossible to Indicate all the un known regions since many of them are comparatively small A map showing every section of the earths surface liS yet unmapped would bo dotted with thousands of such areas Those Pbos of Boyhood How delicious were tho plan of boyhood No pies now ever taste so good Wllats changed the pies No its yell Youvo lost the strong healthy nomach the w + lgorous liver the active ddueys the regular how ohs of hoyluxmd our dlgseUou is poorm mead you blame the fowl Whats ed Aconipiete olllllg up iy Electric l1htcrll of sill organs of dlgestion- 1ry them Thell restore your boy tlnood appotito timid UJlprochLtioll of food lIl1t fairly saturate your holy with new health strength and vigor- 50c at all druggists Suffers for His Deftness The most suspicious woman whom we havu heard ot recently lives In Edgowatrr She has become con vlnced because her husband Is able to hook her waist In the dark that ho cant be true to herChleago Record Herald s Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IACancer Everybody should know that It can cer la cut out quickly enough about GS per cent get wellNow York Press QUICKS BLOODPILLS Will cleanse your liver and purlIyour blood and make like anew mrthta I h Ii Educational Department rPhychology Is the science ofmind and Its buslncas Is to oduca16 the growthr rclartIon to them and its as anatomy physiology and pharmacy- r sustains to the practice of madlclne orenof elf hy self the observational and comparatlvo which ob sawnrlated to physiougical physolopy which ls after all only physiology and time class room method vhch consstg of dally oxperlments In the Groom Mind Is that force which manifests nervensubstance In knowIng tooling wl1 ling Mind seems to have both In ertla and oJ110montum It LsinerHa when not In use anti momentum when In use Sometimes owing to bodily wcnkuC or disease or to an Inert beadriven to Its work and It Is equallY hard when the mind Is niomnetuni I c Sully occupied on some line of thought to check Is activity and direct It to some other subject CouEclousnoC Is that state or con dltlan III which the rnfud knowingly performs Hs tasks Self onsclous noss Is that stale lu which tbo mind Identifies acts orcondl ions as he lag Its own and by which It knows that It Is the ratno mlull all tit fmUnconsciousness Is the condition In which the mind Is not aware of out ward conditlons and surroundingn In- e the sub conacluus urn restored all time IIIIJlrCSilon6 received by the mind and 41w consclaua mind holds only one of these Impressions at a time then stores theta away into the suhlOnlcous mind where they may be called fur at any time Time mind of the child Is much more Impressionable than time mind of an ftdult Therefore the time to lay foundatlors for u strong normal porsollallty is while the child h 6111 young mad the mf11dset in plastic state In the uthtlt age has pardon ell find dulled the tacultles and the results to he nttalncll through trlln ling thesrl minds camutot IJO eXJI ted successyIn the latter on In tho former Attention III n oolldlolon of time mind In wllleh the energy of one or um re tacalttcs JIi directed to the cu ofathought In unvolmtory attention ho will directs time fl1cuItllJI to that t b jeer which Ji to he consllleled hut In lnvolmmry attention the nthnl Ju drawn by lnteret and in expct- attt attention time mind dwells upon something that is expected and that Is feared or desired All atttntion Is due to interest Doubtless fw tasks are over performed unless by tO doling seine desired knowledgu of inter it- la to be tttnll1t Habits are the result of repebion Habit is dertllcll at that condwn ot mind or body which is maIlUnil In atondencytd unconsclous rcpitivim- of acts or stiles Walking is a phy I cal habit close observation clear hmInk- g accurate memory arc lntellcotual- lutibits Ilabltu of Inaccuracy are r- Inunonal uuteQs practiced from a 1Jr slro to deceive others III which case hey may be considered as ilea That lower by which mind Is eu- ablod to reproduce Its fernier st1t Is called memory The fUllctlon9 of memory are to retain and reproduce The verbal memory Is especially valued for the readluom with which It comblnaItIJsot a definition rule pram or n pas age oIn history and to memorize Is easier than to understand for the i memory is made tW do the work of tli ttihdttng faculty A logical memory finds It dlfflc d t e exact worda fin In wWchL thought Is exprosstrl but ii the thought troll J eaoilY retained and Is totalled without difficulty Time logical memory roust underhtrtnd- wirnt Is read Ira order to reratmmbarS It locmory 13elnssod us voluntary und luvoluntary Involunfary memory Is tIllod ronromWr1nco and voluntary memory 123 called recollection The I mind acquires retains timid correLaeu t iti4 + y i Mv It retains and rei 1lsi nd with the ieaFkcontes + I lm8wlUott 11 t J teproeeessatlott taaoiBQea elf blne and ee It meLlttlesrby making slight changes In an idea without attlxing its essential form or Character 7t combhes byputtng two or more percepts or coacepta- togetbe to produce aemothing differ hlgha9tformthis cal nragnaton s modifying and corn bining facts that WIll produce Ideas slightly different from What the mind Is accustomed to The typewrIter gives I1n illustration nt an Inventive itnag- lnation no possessing thla Imagtna ton can see the completed machine long before n model has been construe ed The creathie Imagination forms now thought out ot oid ones Aseimtlatipn means selfbuilding and includes those proccsres which produce charmer Conception ts the acquisition or acquiring ot general Ideas Reasoning is that prooessb- wltlch Y tivo reach conc1usions The wilt not only makes character but Js char acter The will Is what we are In tellectually and morally Psychology shows nftcct of study on different faculties of mind und Is a help from klndergarden study to university W E HALL MEN HALLSC- HILL TONIC Best for Malaria Mills and Fever Guaranteed Trouble Maker De man dat loves to make a die trbanee said Uncle Eben Is B good deal like de honk horn on an l1utomo bile Ho kin make folks got outln de way but leave him to hlsset an ho he wont get now heres For d Sprains Sloanss Liniment is the best remedy for sprains and bruises It quiets the pain at once and can be applied to the tenderest part without hurting because it doesnt need to be rubbedall you have to do is to lay it on lightly It is a powerful prepa ration and penetrates instantly relieves any inflammation and cons gestion and reduces the swelling Heres the Proof Mr 1 RUINIJ Bishop of Scran ton POl saysOn the 7th of this present month as I vas leaving the building at noon for lunch I slipped and fell spraining my wrist 1 returned in the aftcrnooo and at four oclock I could not hold a pen cil In my hand I returned home later and purchased a bottle of Sloans Linimentand used It five or six times before I went to bed and the next day IImyhandSloans Liniment is an excellent anti septic and germ killer heals cuts bums wounds and contusions and will poisonfrom sonous insects 25c60c and 100 onhorsemod poultry eatfree Addres Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass USA + M ndliJIJJJjWQrntn Whee uet eeoretwferseb you MmlO8l hivesse stowed ails mark of edesceon Dr R V Pierce of Bofalo N Y Everywhere there are women who bear to the wonder- working curingpower of Dr Pierce Favorite Prescription which saves the suffering sex- from pals and succesaiully grappler with womans weak oases and stubborn Ills IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONQ- hr MAKES SICK WOMEN WELL No womanlappcalalcvermisdirectcd or her cod fidcnce misplaced whet she wrote for advice Ithe WORLDS DISPSNIASY MSDICAL ASSOCIATION Dr R V Pierce President Buffalo N Y Dr Pierres PIeasaat pellets Induce mild nstural bowel movement ooa a dq r- L COME AND GO WITH US ON A GRAND FR- EEMEDITERRANEAN TOUR We are going to send twenty young women between the ages of 16 and 50 white of good character on a two months tour to the Mediterranean The Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco Southern Franco and Italy We will pay all expenses of ev ery kind for a thorough enjoyable trip The Tour Will Be Personally Conducted Write to the Tour Department The Herald Lou isville Ky For Full Information f4Nit+4+ + + + ++++++4+++ I THE KENTUCKY J I Light and INCORPORATED Power CoI IWI WmK YOUR NOUSR WI COST I LIGHTS ARE CLEAN 2 tiELECTRIC AND SAFE NO HOME + HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH i3- E G BARRASS Manager II u ot 4i4id44t414444 Y3F4 M OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville HeraldJ35THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 16Q TIE REPTnLIcAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TIE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm125TlH- EREPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekOwensboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE ttEPUBL1CAN and Lally uwensooro Inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Oboro Messenger 1755 TIE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF THE WESTERN KENTUCKY STATE NORMAL SCHOOL for troy dot than am mks clove s oldl1lr ill mhnt bbs 64aarmlet11n9af Onet dace J 1 UoatmkeroloWtrshlrsrtoukoesatp YalUplp tbpamkiref a rtprma11 lb snobs dttadootdtukm Iunup w L ball 1107 focal 4 Itdtlt ItuWtvku nhit sea liar ItWmll JuulllCkooUhlrltl4 IbD anw u to Ihtalult Ih t4ClIIouIfaoauinsAnattmagako116atn0000IafualekgdrwofGatu tbiWuurolumsllfiasforinglkatammoaKltkdfsatakJi1p4n IaaGtskteradsor liT lI1lllClle4 u flalt buUlltJon llt1UJ J3 asureiutwouduskilfnmage tlllle4 tb Wtmt IVllallIltIGituij tlssu al IIIOllllpw11 MullIN upao flat t6a solid f nano Iutukl rr g ks eon IIIIT sallynISprtest ortkaiiutdnelissiatbnaihhtria + tf jlsot b Ill lslltillf Us bpi wt Prill d Galuty It G Idof 11 wert err Yutmt IRtukT ash itnfratolatad it seta tif fast tutilatioi U1I lr 1 arrant allot or lilt Iltiowrkip of tV Wllr1 It Ir Clearance Sale on Mens Boys and Childrens Overcoats Mens Beaver Overcoats regu lar 5 Sale Price 375 Mens Beaver Overcoats regu lar 750 Sale price525 Mens Beaver Overcoats regu Jar 10 Sale price750 Mens Beaver Overcoats regular 1250 Sale price 950 Mens Beaver Overcoats reg ular 15 Sale price 1125 Boys Overcoats regular 821 Sale price 225 Boys Overcoats regular 4 Sale price 3 Boys Overcoats regular 5 Sale price 850- I J Boys Overcoats regular 650 Sale price 425 Boys Overcoats regular 9 Sale price 625 Clearapce Sale on Childrens Overcoats Cliildrens Overcoats regular 150 Sale price1Chi- ldrens Overcoats regular 260 Sale price 165 Childrens Overcoats regular 850 SnJe Price xc225 Clearance Sale on Flannel Jot No1 Heavy Gray Flannel regular price 2 cSalo Price 17 cents Lot No 2IIclLvy Gray Flannel reg ular prlco 27Jhc Sale prteo 20 cents 250 Strong wenmade hardwood frame eus1 lent quality hand woven reed Every cLair care fully inspected before leaviog factory This chair lea large roomy MIlt and is well braced t Thintthe largest factotiei ill tL l I difference eclipses Greatest lEver Held County This Section State number conducting necessary intereSted simply Goes Dont Dont delayl Every time save a dollar you During this sale will opportunity save money than were able save before any kind aaleIa sale make pricesthat people Jan and Feb 5 Dont forget the date and don forget come we shall expect and will miss some big bargains you dont attend This the Sale have been wait ing dosentmatter how many sales you have attended Clearance Sale onMens and Boys Shoes fens Heavy Shoes regular price SIG price125Mens Fine Dress Shoes regular price 817 Sale pricoS135Boys Heavy Shoos Sizes 13 to 2 re gular price 140 price 8115 Boys Heavy Shoes Sizes 3 to 5 re gular price 150 Sale price S10 One lot ofBoys FineShocs Sizes 2 to 5regular price 200 Sale price 8150 Cotton Blankets regular price 75e Salo Wool 114 Blankets regular price 8500 Salo price375A- ll Wool 114 Blankets regular price 600 Sale priceS42 Mens UndershirtS regular price 25c Sale price20cMe-nsUnderwear gular prico Sale prico c Ono of Mens and Boys Cotton Work Gloves regular price 10c Salo price7c regulurIi prices oJ Value in I Sleed Sloe er j V is or of are a are a sale all you are and we that one in we we is 50e lot I Sale on and I Black Cloak price Sale price Black mill Tan Cloak price 810 price Black mill Tan Cloak price 1 925 Ladies Black and Tun Clunk price 1500 Misses pricv S 2 + O sale lrice 5165 Misses prico price 225 Misses prile prico SafiO Misses priu 1iOO sale price 42j Misses prilu iliO sale price All to ut whole alo Sale on dies fine Skirts price 850 Salt price 250- 1aclics Starts price 500 Sale fine Skirl price 8Itl pr lit I fine w Skirts prieSJOIIO it been our fixed from our stock Our carry able matter We of Sale in order our in to I on a wide Our of r these whIle and in ss your D 4t Important Announcement miss a word I Every quotation means a of and to you It doesnt make any how many sales you may have the past this sale them all This the Cash Clearing Sale in This in the There of reasons why we such It isnt for us to give them What in values say Everything Regardless of Prices quoteherewait you earn you have an to more you ever to ofa have bring the Sale Begins 28 Closes to you you if you for it Plow Salo Sale priceSOCA- ll 37 onc IJig COj Clearance Ladies Misses Cloaks Ladies Cliivoit regular 84 275- Laclics regular Sale 075- Laclics regular 81250 Sale pricY regular Salo prilc11Cloaks regular Cloaks regular 400sale Cloaks wglllar 800salo Cloaks regular Cloaks regular Chilclrens Cloaks close prices Clearance La Dress Skirts Ladies IIwool regular fine nilwool regular prilcSILadies aU wool regular Sale SGfi Ladies all ool regular Sale priceSi2j In for this has shelves for goods new over season this ofprofit clearing below cost and general goods and selling proportion the PreparingINCORtOBATE for you seasonable necessity goods before for splen did prices prevail the publIc for the thanking you through the year friends Dont saving dollars cents attended in is When 00 ese Clearance Sale on la dies and Misses Shoes JlIHc IIcavy Plain toe Satin Call Shoes Sizes 3 to G regular price 81G5 Sale pricl1 j IudiesFine Shoes rerprice SJG5 Sale price 125 Ladies Vine CravencttPan und Gray Tops brand new goods allsizes frum 2 to ti regular 350 Sale price 8245- Oue lot of Childrens Hoe sizes 01 to II regular price 25c elllImll1 price 10c One lot Outing loth regular price Slc Sale priceIIcavy Cray Flannel regular price 21 sale prielit1IIern Gray Flumcl regular priro- 27leSailc price20eIa- die Underwear regular prirt 25e Sale puce 20c Ladies Underwear regular price SOc- Sale price 87t- Mens and JJu1 Sweaters rtJulllr price 311c Sale price 20e Hens mill flops tiweaters regular price SOe Solo prilI1i BrusseIat Velvets Axminsters ra I 9x Parlor Rugs Clearance Sale on Mens and Boys Suits Mens Suits regular price 10 Saleprice875n Mens fine business Suits reg ular price 1250 Sale price S950 Mens Suits regular price 814 Sale price1025liens Suits regular price lli Sale price10751lcus Suits regular price 20 Stile price Sl371j Youths Suits Youths fine Suits regular 5 Sale price a50 Youths line Stills regular 87 Sale price 852fi Youths line Suits regular 810 Sale price 075 Youth fine Suits regular 814 Sale prico 81025- Cll1rll11 Sale on Cllildreus Knee Suits Chilclrens Suits regular 820 81UrIprice 285- Chilclrens Suits regular 85- Srar ChildrLH Suits regular G I I w1IJ i Whiltcllloores Shoe Poli hregular price Itlc sale prilfLadies lIalld Bal regular prilC She =lc price r priceSIt10 r CARPETS RUGS MATTINGSIII tof flInvite Your Inspection rIt fsa Pleasureto Show These Beautiful Floor Cover jugs Direct from the mills in the latest designs suited for allplussea of house I furmshmltQuoManddependablhty are carefully considered The I 1designs are prettier and more artistic than ever before 12 at 850 and up J I HARTFORD KY s 1 Hartford Republican Latend according to law at the potomceI Hartford Ky M man matter ol eta C M BARNETT EDITOR TSLZrPItOI7S9- naough O bzlncS4031vZ2FRIDAY JANUARY 21 ANNOUNCEMENT Wo are authorized to announc Hon Ben Johnson a candidate for teelectlon to the office of Represen Native in Congress from the Fourth Kentucky District subject to the Democratic primary election to be Bold March 12 1910 Plnchot is not a politician says a contemporary That remains to be seenThose dull thuds you he vr are the various clubs putting Dr Cook on the I bumps There nitplenty of big sticks In tho woods where the Piuchot olul pajno from It will be admitted that this Is what has been heretofore known as an old fashioned viator The weather man basbeen doIng all In his power to make this country went home like to Mr Peary There is rooin for 2000 people In the Federal prison at Atlanta Georgia yet the Tobacco Trust leat Trust and Sugar Trust ore still at large If the tarueIaWis to blame ton the high cost of living why dldn it take effect during the McKinley and Dingley laws under which the chedules were much higher than the are under the present law The Laulsvfllc Evening Post has never forgiven Senator Bradloy for defeating J C W Beckham for United States Senator and of course it cannot brook the Idea of Senator Bradley naming men to Federal appointments in Kentucky Congress has amended the Constitu lion of tho United States so as to provide for an Income tax and it is raw up to the States to ratify that amendment which becomes a part of our Constitution as soon as it shall Jiave been ratified by three fourths of the states It Is believed that the amendment will be ratified by practically all of them The Legislature at Frankfort has gone the limit In creating new offices Four assistant door keepers have been created for the House of Represefita tlvel About fifteen now pages and extra offices for the Senate and the combined salaries of these extra officers which have heretofore been gotten along without amounts tb about sixty dollars u day This Is the way the Democratic Legislature Increases the Indbtlness of the smite and yet would have the people believe that 1 is caused by the Republican State officials Tho lli reci iawl designed by the Government to protect the pub tic from Injurious lngr dlenu in tenth foods and drugs It Is beneficial both to the public toad to tho consclentl out manufacturer Elys Cream Ualm a successful remedy for cold In the head nasal catarrh lay fever etc containing no injurious drugs meets fully the rcqulrmonts of the new law nnd that fact Is prominently rated on every package It contains none of the injurious dnigu which are rcqtilr ed by the law to be mentioned on the label hence you can use it safely Dick Knots editor of the Evonln Post has fallen out with his friend President att wlise name lie kept at tho head of h1i cdHorJnl column Fo long as his candidate for Prua dent in connection with the name pt J C Beckham him candidate for United States Senator because his ad vita has not been followed Jim the Federal appointments in Kentucky It writ ever thus When the editor of the Evening Post falls to4 boss the whole ben roost he refuses to play and nobody is any good whatever no mo ter bow high Ho may have ttood itI Dicka regard heretofore President Taft Is n very bad man and td also Js Postmaster General Hitchcock who when he was selecting delegates to the Natlonal Convention in the in terest of Mr Taft the Evening Post thought to bo one of the brlgbtesl and most promising young men of the NatlqnaA hill haabeen introduced in the Ixgtelaturc to deprive the Republl ctna of tho office of City Attorney in IxrttlsvHle sad his all 1tants The present City Attorney was appointed Jatft by Mayor GrtnStead after allowing tljo Democratic City Attorney to serve out his full tern At ur vyer rs Tho Louisville Times J1eads Its dispatch telling about this bill in tho following gleeftU manner Ripping Bill Puts Rollers Uunder the Crty+ Hall Republicans Left ItW proposed to abolish the City Attorn ey nnd call it the office of corpora tion Council but of course the only real change contemplated Is tho dis placement of a Republican and the appointment of n Democrat to a 3 000 job We presume the members ol wUlIpay I appointed and kept 3n office Demo power crats while the Republicans were InI An effort isbeing made upon theII pant of the Eastern Money to throw the blame for the I11ghi prices for tho necessities of upon the farmers thus shielding the speculators and middle men It is a well known fact that the farmers have been getting no more than n fair price for the products of the farm and often prices which were not half adequate considering the cost ol production and capital Invested Th blame tor the extraordinary high prices for the necessities of life which the consumer is compelled to pay should bo placed where It properly belongs Upon the speculators and tho men of enormous walth who buy up these supplies nnd hold them at exorbitant prices If the national government desires to find work for the department of Justice it can ox pend a great deal of force before it gets down to the farmers organization It should begin hs Investiga Lions and prasecutlons at the proper place 4 In Spite of HigH Prices If the Tariff were lowered lit order to compel producers to lower the cot of the necessaries grown and made in this country wages would come down to the level of the wages paid in for elgn countries where the same class of goods is produced There Is no getting away from that fact For tunately the TariffProtected American workingman Is able to command wages that enable him to live much better than the average European workingman and besides lay up some of his earnings for a rainy day The amount of money invested In property by the working class shows very plainly that the full dinner pall and prosperity are in evidence In splto of the eocalled high prices Wllkes Barre Record CENTERTOWN- Mrs Stevens who has been visit- Ing her parents Dr Baker and wife tftfilstowuhas returned to her homo In Virginia Mrs W A Rone of Rlfon Ark 1s here visiting her brother J U MaddoxA Tlchcnor and family of Winchester Ark have returned to their home after a visit to relatives here Dr G F Chapman and family are gladly welcomed to our town after- a short visit to Arkansas Tom Shelton has reslgued hits po sition with our R R and returned to his homo near Glsliton Ky W A Tlchcnor and wife vlsltod retUltlves at Equality this week Ed H James is ut Island Ky to tee his daughter Mrs R S Evcrly A B Rowo and son Robert who have been In Illinois on luslne sare at home Charlie Renter made a flying buss iness trip to Owcnsboro this week W F ScliapmlreIInrtfordwas here this Week looking after business Born to the wife of Jessie 11111 last Sunday a fine girl- OLATON r Jan OIr John M Ferguson wife and children Kenneth Eunice and Allen are here from Ida Kemp leaver Co Okhi the guests of Mrs Fergusons brother Mr John Allen They have been visiting ut Rosin Williams Mines Livermore Calhoun Island and Owcnsboro Mr Hume Payton attended the entertainment at New Oklahoma Fri school at New Oklahoma Friday nightMr Cortes Paytou attended the en tertainment at Now OakUihoma Fri day and the entertainment at Hope well Saturday Hume Payton Calvin Stevens Jess Cummings Charlie Ray Daniel Nellie Hall and Garnett Felix attended the musical entertainment given at Mr C N McDanlels Wednesday night Mrs Jesse Hall and little daughter Jessie Alvena who have been on a four weeks visit the guests of rela atlvea here will leave for Asking Station this week wbcro they will visit friends before returning their homo at Clifton Mills A Big Show for Sale One of the finest and host equipped moving picture shows in Kentucky or sale Will exchange for land or stock Reason for selling have gone nto the mercantile business Can on or write me at Beaver Dam Ky Yours truly f A D TAYLOR c t 0 q u 7v Staple Piece Goods ant Notionsr Many pleasant surprises await you in this section II of our offerings Ginghams Shirtings Bleached a Domestic Suitings Crashes Tabo Linens Buttons Hair Pins till at PROFIT SHARING PRICES E P BARNES BROS Beaver Dam Ky r p Q 1 COMPENSATION FOR ENUMERATORS Durand FixCensus Director es Pay For Classes Will Range From Five to Six Dollars Per Day in Rural Districts Washington D C Jan 221hc varying wage scales in different parts of the country and the differences lii the nature and extent ofttie local thee mmern dhls1tlonIfluc11Ced and guIded Ul1llt Stttes I Census Director Durand in thcadopt Ion of a classification of enumerators ratea of compensation within the limits prescribed by the United Stator Census law enacted by Congress helsoIn one district ns in I IIdifferentare higher in some parts of thai country that others but aside from this the Directors aim Is to ad just use rates so as to make thecarn Ings of enumerators substantially tint form Where the per capita rates would not give sufficient pry the per diem rates are prescribed Tho rates in general will be so adjusted I ok to give slfehtly higher average amount to the enumerators than they receiv ed in 1900 Per diem rates of pay will bo paid to the census enumerators in the sparsely sottled rural districts of Ari zona California Colorado Idaho Mon tana Texas Utah Washington and WyomingThe will range from 3 to G per day for the enumeration of the rur al areas outside of cities and towns Six dollars is the highest rate autlio rized by law Tho Director realizes that in ninny districts of thq far West It will be impossible to secure competent men to act as enumerators at a rate of com pensation les than ithnt being pild for ordinary classes of work in the slime area Were enumerators in such dis tricts paid only on the per capita basis their compensation would be unreasonably low The enumerators In the thinly In habited country sections of North Da kota South Dakota Nebraska and Kansas nice will be compensated on a per diem basis Certain difficult or sparsely settled enumeration districts In other Mtntcs will be Included among thoo to which the per dims rates will apply as tho conditions of the enuniemtlon will be such that an enumerator could not make filr earn ings It any of tho per cnpita rates establishedThis was made by Census Director Durand today iir order to counteract the deterrent effect upon applications for enumeiBtors plans In the tar Weut and South west stated of the widely circulated and erroneous statement that per capita rates of pay were to be given iiv ithe sparsely iwpulated regions named In this connection the Director has Issued to tho census supervisors a detailed statement of the cloftsiflcatlon of rates adopted for the con1 Q= Lion of cnumoroitora in the Thirteenth Census commencing April IS next There ore three general ratethep- er capita thp mixed and the1 per ftdIemIThe first and second general rates have flVo subdivisions each The per diem rates ranscAfrom 13 to J350 14 450 5 150 and 60 and are to be paid for a day of eight hours work A For enumerators on the per capita basis which will be that most widely used the pay for each Inhabitant is Cla s A 3 cents class n 5 12 cents class C 3 cents class Df3 12 eats and class B 4 cents Such enumerators will also be paid toe each 1 farm ns follows Class A 20 ccntsI class JJ 22 12 cents class C 25 cents class D 27 12 cents and class E 30 cents These rotes are In each case 5 cents or more higher that thoso paid in 1900 when the range was from 15 to 20 cents For each establishment of productive industry the rate for each class is 30 cents For each barn and inclosure contain ing live stock not am farms the pay Is 10 cents for each class Under the mixed ratewhlch is a combination pf the per capita and the per diem thorn are five subclasses alphabetically arranged and the pet diem Is Clare F 1 0 125 H 1 GO I17 and J 42 For each In habitant Js Class F 2 cents G 2 12 cents H 2 12 cents I 2 12 cents and J 3 cents For each farm Class F 15 cents 017 12 cents H 17 12 cents I and J 20 cents each For each establishment of productive industry the rate is 20 cents for each class ARNOLD- Jan 19The man has been delayed several days on account of the lice in Green River and high water in CaneyCrcek Born to the wife of Willie lUll Ion the 12th inst a fine boy Moth er and child doing well Jlr 11111 is all smiles Arleva Coy Is on the sick IIUtl9 A Coy of Balzetown visited at Mr Harvle Daughcrtys last Sunday Mr S W Evans the thriving mer chant has just returned home from Owensboro Ky The roads are in a bad condition and the farmers who have not deity ered their tobacco will experlrmco some trouble In getting it to mark et All of the A 6 of E seem to be pleated with tho price received Odd Fellows Install New Officers Acme Lodge No 339 I O 0 F had a very interesting session Friday night In addition to work in the Initiatory Degree officers were in stalled for the ensuing year The officers are- A B Riley N G W R Hed rick V G D n Schroader Socy W E Ellis Treas Rev J W Bru icr Chaplain James Nance Conductor G E liarakat Warden AC Yclser R SS T P Williams L S S W C Wallace R S X G B W Rial K SN G T H Black R S V G Harry Hoover LSVG W F Schapmire I G Fred Robert son 00T- here will he work in the First Degree on the 4th Friday night In this month All members should be present CEDAR GROVE Jan 18 Health is good in this com inanity Mr Alec Gilmore left Saturday for Now Mexico where he will make his futuro home- Quarterly meeting will be held at the M E Church here Friday and SaturdayMr Mrs Llge Hoover Fried land and Miss Mercodese Canon of Sulphur Springs were tho gucsta f- Ir and Mrs Jesse Johnston Satur day and Sunday Miss Ava Acton will leave Saturday for Bowling Green where she will enter school Mr More Gentry of Shrove visited Miss Verna Magan Sunday Farmers haveabout delivered all their tobacco MANDA Jan 18rThe Select school opened yesterday under the management of- 1rof H C Crowder 1thtOOdat indanco We predict a good school as we have both faculty and brains to lake It lEuch Mr James Arnold of Arnold wash re yesterday making arraingements to send his son to school Mr Tom Cox of Rosino was here resterdayHcuHh In this vibttilty is good this Inter Delivering tobacco Is the Border it business hero noyns wo have ti gOli season and plenty of mud We like tho new plan of workingtill cads fine J w 1NH1IBY RAY LAMPHERE Fixes The Blame of Numerous Murders Of Mrs Gunness CharaallHouse And Complains of Scant Pay Ray Lamphere who died recently in the Indiana penitentiary at Michigan City while serving a term for setting fire to the homo of Mrs Belle Gunness near LaPorte Ind did not carry the secrets of the Gunness charnal farm to the tomb with him according to a copyright story in the St Louis Post Dispatch When he believed death near he confessed The confession was made to the- Re Dr E A Schell formerly pas ted of the La Porte Methodist church now president of tho Iowan Wesleyan University at Mount Pleasant la and held by him Inviolate as a secret of the confessional The PostDls pitch however says the BflV Mr Schell would verity if he would con sent to break the silence the confession it publishes The PostDispatch however says the confession it pub oJ1bCs1Ismade toa man of unassailable character Lamphere according to the con fession had guilty knowledge of the murder of three men in the Gunness home during the time he lived three about eight months in 1907 and he assisted Mrs Gunness in disposing of the bodies of three men He said ho thought he had not re ceived as much of the profits of the transaction as he considered him self entitled to and he went to the farmhouse at night with a woman chloroformed Mrs Gunness and her throe children and Jennie Olsen Ho and the woman then searched the house finding between 40 and 70 Tho light they used was a candle and they left the house without knowing they had left behind a spark that soon burst into flames Mrs Gunnces method of killing her victims Lamphere said was first to chloroform them as they slept and then if the drug did not Itself kill to sever the heads with an ax Each PerwNsecretsYuSUwidKMw OtdM Rest Golden Seal the root of the above plant ia STcry useful medicine Many people gather it in our rich woodlands during the summer Few people know how valuable It Is In dyspepsia catarrh and as a general tohlc Many thousand pounds of this root are used each year in the famous catarrh remedy Pcruna This fact explains why everybody uses Peruna for catarrh time a man was to bo murdered according to Lamphere she sent him to purchase chloroform Lamphere said he saw one of tho men killed and aided in burying all three These men were Andrew Telgelcin and probably Ole Budsburg and Tonness Petter son Lien Jean Audry Frozen to Death Jean Audrey known throughout Kentucky and Southern Indiana as tho woman who rode a pony and was followed by a pack of dogs and who has been a visitor upon several oc casions in various Kentucky towns is dead having frozen to death at Banl well Ky a short time ago The little woman probably one of the most peculiar that ever lived had been seen by many people in different counties She traveled from town to town on her pony followed by a large pack of dogs She slept la the open refusing shelter offered at times to her Ehe usually secured the sympathy of people wherever she went and money and provisions were furnished her She was arrested several times and had many narrow escapes from death She told many stories of her life when crowds would gather about her Boiler For Sale Good new 40 horse power steam boiler for sale Insured at105 pressure Reason for selling desire larger boiler Call on or address HOOKER WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 2614 Special PRICES That Take Away Our Profits 104 Cotton Blankets former price 80c selling at 55i 114 Cotton Blankets former price 125 selling at 9Qc Pure Wool 104 Blankets former price 400 now selling att 325 Pure Wool 114 Blankets extra weight former price 5 now selling at 415i Comforts former price 15xnow selling at 110 Dress suitings former price 12c per yard selling at 81c 17Gantontet Canton Flannel standing price 12c at i I P Mens best fleeced jibed UnderweaniiiV I Mk vi-r 11 S7h i k v Mens Red Flg4nnsl J1 d iel1r PformVrpricS 1 M rY t spllingnow at it 80l I a ROSENBLATTS x HaitfordKrq DKORRET tit Do you know we will absolutely guarantee f a pair of patent leather shoes This guaranty label isI I woven in the lining of all patent and dull BtirrojapsHERE IS THE UARANTY If the Burrojaps patent t dull leather in the uppers of your Burt Packard Kor Peerless Toe Safe No Sot rect Shape Shoes breaks through before the first sole eithersingle or double weight wears through we a new Made in 250 styles Buy a pair today soooleadingI GO Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 21 IIIlnolsCentralRaUroadTimeTable At Beaver Dam Ky- iIerUi Road Sonlh Bond No782due5i5em No311duellasm- No11due12o p ni No U1 due 24M p u- No1OBdue48pm No181due8J87m NewC- ommercial Hotel Hartford Ky UNDER NEW AND EXPE RIENCED MANAGEMENT ltJDg nrstalas The best ot lets IiIItJ right Tl1u comfort and welfare or all guests especially looked after Special attention to travollng men Rate 2 per day Special rate 0 regular boarders Your pntron- se solicited GEO M STEELE Proprietor Dry J T JInrdln Dr ILJ Bell Hardin Bell wlrlNVr- TR DentllstS Office upstairs in Republican build ldg Hartford Ky We employ all the Jtest Dentistry All work- dope as nearly patnteas as can be done today We make a specialty or teeth without plate We do painless extracting either wjth a local or general anesthetic We Invito you to give us a trial as- a pleased is our best adver tisetnent All work guaranteed con NltaUon and examination Free Thou J3JL M willreplace them with pair mutJlodsln PRICEs4 BURT PACKARD LIMITED LINE 500 Bring your Furs to U S Carson A smile or saUstactlon goes with every Suit sold by Carson Co Mr Elder Dod on R F D Xo 3 pwld us a pleasant call Monday and renewed hit faith In The Republican Mrs Maglc Griffin rs In Owensboro to attend the funeral ot her aunt Mrs Emily Hale I W E Ellis at the Hartford Mill Cos PlanIng MU1 Js paying cash for Eggs Hides Furs Sheep Pelts I and all kinds ot poultry 4t IDr E M J skrldge the osteopath has moved his office from rooms over the Hartford Drug Co to rooms up groceryIstoreI amt Mrs ECDirld1 l1d city err the proud parents of a fine boyI Mother and Child doing well and Rrne s smiles are moro than III yard wide ILcao your Laundry at Clovo lIerl grocery Work guAranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonville Steam Laundry Madisonville Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf- 41r3 vPRel1jtrMattanxag Is the guestt of hr daughter Mrs C E Smith city win Is still In feeblo health m p rut ot an attuct fit typhoid foyer and pneumonia last I fall after being laid up at the local accountlotagain between this point and Evans yule Miss Popple Nail has taken charge ot the hot drInks stand at the drugstore o t z Griffin Bra and Is serving boa checolate and a lqt- or good things Dont forget to pat ronize her- Leave your laundry at Patee pl1nli thrum fps the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond Td The laundry always gives satilsfncUon Prompt delivery Satlsta guaranteed 22tf A E PATE Agent Word was received from Jova1slIle TUesday that tho grand Jury there had failed to tndlct young ChprlieCol tins of Hartford who got Into trouble with n negro mustabont some months r1ho whlehcaused the latiera death l4 days later It was generallY under stood that young Collins acted pure ly In self aefent e Mr Dress Well buys LIBERTY SPECIAL hats ilt arson Cas- MratG W Fcagan andson Master Lnwere nee or Hopklnavllle are visiting frieuds in town It you want good flour at a low prlco you had better gut busy Hartford Grocery Company ExJudgo W i Taylor has been th guest ot relatives IlIt his old home near Rochooter several days this week Senntor D F Tichenor camp down from Frankfort Friday and Spent Sat urday and Sunday with relatives near town ExSherlf R D Martin and the Pootmnstcr M L Heavrin Hartford have boon in Washington D C several days during lhoweek- Elder J L Tuck or tral City will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morning and evening Everybody Invited to attend Nothing more refreshing In cold weather than a hot drink For any thing In this line call on Miss Pop pie Nall at Griffins drug store Noah White the grocer makes a specialty or the best goods In his line Sells cheap and delivers free In Hartford Give him your order for good thIngs to eat Mr and Mrs R A Xoslnger have moved from their late residence on South Main street to rooms over the store or the liurtford Drug Co of whIch Mr NOffslngcr Is manager Miss Mary Marks who 1115 Just com pleted a successful school In the southern part ot the county will leave next Monday to attend the Southern State Normal School at Bowling Green Mr Sam Paris and ton James W recently ot Kansaa City Kans1s Who have been tlslUng the family of Mrs James A Park left Monday for Manl- toba Canada where they will make make their future home Mr Pariss family will JoIn them as soon ai they are located Their sunny friends with them mueh prosperity hr theIr new home When hungry If you will drop Into the City Restaurant you will find set before you without any long walt a tepUng array ot good things that thoroughly satisfies the Inner man Also a full line or confectioneries cIgars and sort drinks Arbucklo Co cater to the best trade and con duct theIr business In a way that insures It 4t There has been a bIg rush ot tobacco at the Hartford Tobacco Ware house during the week A great deal more tobacco has come each day than could bo unloaded Since the softer weather tobacco shows up to bd ter advantage and the grading his moro sa IsfactorY than heretofore Grader J R Weller Is standing by the people Irv the matter of grading ot tobacco e Court Notes Quarterly Court convened In rgu tar session Monday A number ot cases were disposed ot OU the opening day but without trials The term closed Tuesday after dispningof several 1m- portal1t matters on that S 111IMarshall Williams of brought Alonzo Deckro to Jail fromI that place Monday evening changed with aiding a prisoner In custody ot nn otflcer tit escape Ills examining trial Is set for Friday MANDA Jan 17School opened up Monday nt this place Mr ii C Cruwdtr teacherMessrs Clarcnce find lien Antos of Cromwell vislcd relatives hero Sunday Messrs Gettlu Amos and Roy Rains made a business trip to Cromwcll Monday Mr Bill Rldfetry lost a fine mare last week Mr T H Dalz of DlIztJtoVn has moved to the residence of Mr W J Stewart near here Mr George Taylor and wife of Mt Zion are vlsltag relatives at this place Success to The Republican FordsviUe School The Spring term or the FordsvlJle Graded School will open Jan 31 1910 The Ohio County High School No 2 will give free tuition far aU Ohio county pupils between the ages ot 6 and 20 holding common school dip lomas and ready for high school work The Normal Department will give a through review lit the common school branches Term four months tuition 300 per month boards 275 per wtCkforC- ulher Information call on or ad dress I S MASON W OSUUITZF- ordliv1l1e Ky- Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks pr wraps also clean your kid gloves and mutts All work guaranteed Prices reasonable Hartford Pressigg ClubI DEATH HOUSENOT t M The Frankfort Penitentiary Prison Officials Think it Should Be At The Eddyville Branch Frankfort K Jan 20Whero to locate the death house which Is provided for In a bill Introduced In the Senate by Senator Newcomb Js a problem in whIch the officials of the Frankfort penitentiary are much Interested Under Senator Newcomhs bill 7500 Is appropriated for the erection of n death houzzo In which a convicted man Is to bo confined for a ceriait period before being put to death The law changes the method ot execution ot the death sentence from hanging to electrocution and provldes that nil legal executions shah take place in the penitentiary Objections to have the executions In tho penitentiary here are humor ous the prison officials say and they would prefer to havo the clec- tlic chair located at the ElIlIrvlllo prison The main argument used Is that there Is no room in the prLon hero and that a new building to he used as the death house could not bo erretel for 7100 and the dee trlenl equipment installed The ap- proprlatlon would have tu Ie more than that ono of the prtsott officials says He says the death lroueo In Now York cost 30000 Ur Joe Barr prLon physician said regard lag the plan tu have the legal executions here electricity instead of hangIng U the chair is located here u new building will have to be erected and the space In the walls here is almost entirely taken up now by buildings We are crowded and woulll not have room uulcss the Leglrlature appropriates mope to extellll the stock ado and enlarge the prlion A death house should be isolated co that It can ho quiet UIIII the condemned man can spend his hast trl1 uuliurbed by the noIse from the other convicts To give the cotulrmned Quell quiet It will ho noes ary to have a- sepenatL bulliJlllg erected far from tho clll house Another tiling 1V- ehave ten vlsltos hero to one at Eddyvillo and every llCOIl who visited the prison here avuuld want- to see the chair In whIch men HO killed At Eddyvlllu there woulll hc few visitors and the showing of the death chair would not be so much trouble If the plan proposed of having only hardened criminals confined In the prison here and making a 1dom- ator out or the ddyvlllo prison goes through as secros probable the death chair will from Horn slty ho located 111 Frankfort and tit new cell house Jt bulls the objtc- tlons of DrDlrr will lie obviated eS Why Children FIdget Fidgets provoke wrath from thoughtless grownups Often one heart an angry fool shouting Why cant you sit still hut the child cant sit still nature will not let It but Is stimulating It thrQlgh Its nerves to make It grow Thu fidget arises front lack ot proper play or employ meat Supply this or divert the al- tcntlon to something interesting and the nerve centers will have work to do slid growing need Is satisfied and the fdget stopped RALPH Must all ot the farmers are through tttrlllillng tobacco Misses Addle Mao Edge GIlllutll Taylor and Oda Rayman left Sundly to- aUcnd nclrool at FordsvlU Tit I makesFeven from Taylor Field school that and aUendlng ut orwwJllc Squire J L Patton has returned front hlartfonl where he has bn attending fiscal cour- tMItOma Ralph was the guest of- Miss Ieathel Patton Saturday night Mr W D Ralph away callld to Owen XIro to see hts mother Lhs- AndrewRnlph Who Is at the poInt ot over laJurlCSo from tL tall Mr Otway Taylor was the gUeS of- Mr RP Ralph Saturday night MriesllCi Orcer was the guest of- RondajWado Sunday and Sunday nlglat J NEW BAYMUS Jan Ssnow and mud is the order ot the day now Mr nd Mrs J D Wedding ot- Dav1dOn visited nt Mr Rove liar rJsons unday- JlItlsiVC1I1a Magan vas out Mr L Bvrcl Saturday In the Interest of our school Fnrxrem or this community arc about through delivering their to 0SSSS S Heavy Shoes Dress Shoes I The shoo you can use fur dress or work can be Q found in our Red Tagged Shoe offerings You save big money if you buy on or before SATURDAY I JANUARY S91J1Q i E P BARNES BROTHERSB- cgzvcr Da7m Ky S9ir fr9996rs b sftrS65fcverjMlLltJe Miss Olivia Harrison 1s visIt lug hr cousin Miss Grace Wtlll1ng IIIBarretts Ferry this week Burn to Mr ctrl alls Doslr lhlkiCr the 4th lust n fine boy Tho little twoyearold girl of Mr Willis Marl lllcll has 1Vednesday- of dropsy and pueumanaa She was burled at PlctUMnt Grove cemetary Thursday Farmers Institute Dates are Announced Frankfort Ky Jan 1fUforc leaving for 1ashington where IIlI went with the executive beard of the Burley Tobacco society Conunission- er of Agrlcultum 1 C Rankin ttn- nuounced the dates for the manual Itmcrtl ilnstltute which will beheld hero this year The dates Ut February 23 24 and 2 Prominent Ohio County Farmer Dies Mr Frank hleuniug died at his 1111IIOSolho was a eon ot the late John llonuing and onto of the countys best farmers lie had unuI recently 1HCII living at Whltcs1I1e but moved back to tho farm lie leaves a wife and three children The conmunity has sustaln I d a great lors DEATH OF PROM INENT WOMAN Mrs Emily McHenry Hale Dies after Long Ill ness The Owensooro Messenger yeser- dny announcod the death of Mrs Emil Hille who was an aunt of alts Maggie Griffin of this place and IL sister of alto luo lion 11 U Mcifenry The Messenger says- Mrs helly Mclienry hale one of the nlllFIt prominent women or Da- vieS county and the widow of the late Ur J A halo of Oem JOro died of II complication of diseases at 7 oclock 1Vedneaday vcIIIIII at the home of her sig er Mrs Robert Craig in the B1sor neighborhood MIS Hale had been ill for some ttlnte past being unablo to leave her bed- slncc last spring Lies deaill way not unexpeeted Mrs Halo was sov- entysix years ot age and had been Ia resident of this county for maul years She was born ln Hartford IKy In her girlhood she was a belle soclotyInett lovable woman ft many friends through tout the city and count She was II member or the Methodilt church 70 Years with Coughs We have had nearly seventy years of experience with Ayers Cherry Pectoral That makes us have great con fidence in it for coughs colds bronchitis weal throats and weak lungs Ask your own doctor what experience he has had with it He knows He can advise you wisely Keep in close touch with your family physician No alcohol in this cough medicine JCAyerCoLowellMass Be well be strong You cannot If your bowels arc constipated The best laxative Is Ayers Pills aU vegetable Ask your doctor if he agrees with us Do as he says you can go like this a few in safety But therell be a once too often Then youll wish you hadnt Likewise you can wear ill fitting shoes for a while without had results Hut some day your feet will o hack on you Then again you 11 wish you hadnt Wear CROSSETT shoes and youll have no regrets Cum CROSSETT SHOE MAKES LIFES WALK EASY j fort durability stylethats what you het when you wear CROSSETTS S4 to 6 everywhere LEWIS A CROSSETT Inc Maker North Abintton Mu The Race for Supremacy Is oftentimes a long one but it usually narrows down to the ones who keep everlastingly at it We are constantly striving to sell the best goods for the least money to have the best possible service and learn you to depend on Barnard Co 1- l Hartford Ky gr I I Ladies Coat Suits la around weights Every suit == In all the year 4a new and up to the minute in style Deep bit cut in prices until after SATURDAY JAN UARY 29 1910 bsM II = E P Barnes Bros = tiREAVER DAM KY 5 0810 COUNTY BOY RETURNS After Trip Around The World Stephen Maxwell Taylor is Wel comed by Old Friends and Relatives q r Cromwell Ky Jan nIt is said that truth Is titronger than fiction Twentyfour years ago a beardless youth of this vlclntty bid adieu to parents and friends and proceeded to the great west to matte his home pith a people both strange and unknown to him Settling down tar a short time In the state of Kansas Then with a desire to sea something of the world became a wanderer First one thing and then another finally lie became Deputy U S Marshal serving a term or tour years and during the term was sent to Australia after a convict Then with a desire to tCe more than lie had seen started on a pilgrimage around the world and lucldently vixlted the hry land was at the atttiquatcvl spot Jolts baptlscd In the river Jtwdon Thence to the holy city In about one year thereafter ho swung thruugli the golden gate to the city or San frnnclsco back tto the laud where the stars and stripes wave over the land of the tree and the home or the brave Such has been the career or Stephen Staxwell Taylor MIll or It W and Pendeneo Taylor who left here twentyfour years ago lie has with n lallsas City firm as traveling satesman till seven years rind still holds the position atnsalary or 5146 per month Yes twentyfour years a long time The etrct1 father had passed asvy lie found his mother aged and Infirm 0 who can know what she felt while holding her lost boy In her embrace 0 who can tell the dial love of a sister when suddenly she turned her guizo upon her long lost brother This homecoming ont n tllIlIt- or joy to all till nulghlttns I irlends Arriving at Itll ncnthers Dec- 3Gth lie WH hrtIttI by his cousin Byron IHlnr anal ftluily TO their ilome on 3londny Dec 27th where a least WnK tlIJIfOall till thuh nelghbcrs and friends as well lie was invited from there by the gatlent R W lack son lout mother to an tlltortalllnwllt at their residence on Wfhwrday Dec 9th which day Wlll plead umt cold but not wltiutsndlug that quite It number or people allIlIlItul toa- drtvero olltertalnfd with tits cholctiet musle on the grnllhone to say nath- ing of taco table that was ladeu evcrstldug that wouhl tempt the petite of nil epicure 9lten un r nil else was tkwe alt hands and rook were marched 1111 In the yard where Jlr laekwnn preeecdod m- gihotogrnph nil presont lilt when tho time or scIoIntitnt came toad It came all too satin It was under stood that when WI left Mr 1nckrouN JUl next mcotlug Glace would he W Coxos the stepfather or Taylor the thtrtcenth or Dee when the lIamo Jolly crowd stet and was feaated by the mother and stepfather r All had another glhnd day We adjourned from hero to meet hta brotherlnltwl S b Stevens flu uonday January the third In spite or the inclemency of the t weather there were onlyhwentyseven stsaembled with lire Stevens As the gnesh arrived they were greeted by Master GlllIdon his son and ceoml tlshed daughter Miss 5shodid everything lei make thedRY Qeasant ns well liS protttable upon motion It was deckledto tat the non C S TIllonJ TucHdny1 Jan the fourth who Is Stephen Tay 1or44 only living undo Quito u number gathacd nud octet spenUing the a morning In gatesFnnd fun all wore a 4nfted out to II bountiful repast by t he uunt Irs C S Tny lu e after 1200n yvat 11ssed bysypunglTTaylor in to 4tT gltdng the ludicrous accounts or himself when a boy This was the last day or tho festivities on account of his having a time ticket and must return Jack to Kansas City from whence he came But everything however jQyfu11 or sad must end After the goodbyes were gallI aoch returned to hla own home feeling in his own soul that sadness and pleasure Is badly mixed here on earth T E T pWork 24 Hours a Day The busiest little things ever made ore Dr Kings Now life hills Every pill Is n sugarcoated globule of health that changes weakness IntoI strength languor into energy brain fag Into mental Power curing Constipation Headache Chills Dyspepsia attn Malaria 2uc at all druggists Given Time to Think Condemned to death n prisoner In Greece Is kept In confinement for two the sentence Is carried ouLjVirtue of White Clothe White clothes do not get dirty any sooner than black clothes they aim ply show the dirt moregreatest vir tue and advantage Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Army Crossed Frozen River The Danube river was frozen over so that an army crossed It on the Ice In the year 462 Disease Known Only to Human Leprosy Is the only exclusively hu man germ disease It Is Impossible to give It to any other animal Strange FoIble Some men make a vanity or tell lug their faults they are the strangest men In the world they cannot dls IIsem le they own It Is a folly they lost their abundance ot advantages by it but It you would give them the world they cannot help It there Is something In their nature which abhors Insincerity and con stralnt with many other insufferable topics of the same altitudeSwIfL Credit One More to the Hen The scratching or an IndustrlQus hen under the porch or the hou80 of William M Skinner or lakewood NJ recently brought to light some thousands or dollars worth or Jewelry stolen tOm the Skinner residence last wasc1elry for fear or npprehenslon and hid the lout under the porch Score One for Sweden It Is to the honor or Swedes that the fact ot a woman working for her lIv- Ing In no way lowers her social posl tlon Few Letters Go Astray Out of every million letters that pass through the post olTIce Ills cat cu toted that only ono goes astray tHad His Shoes Broken In tendtrh1who broke In new boots for him JHans Breitman Says Von a pollilishell nicks a deficit he alvays tries to mek der peoples ashamed of dor deflcilCloveland News NDally Thought Politeness Is like an air cushion tithere may be nothing In It but It eases the Jolts wondertu1lyGeorge Eliot Mock Duck Egg TIle mock duck egg so commonly Itseen In Chinatown Is coated with a mixture or lime clay spices and rice husk which excludes air After many moons the yolk turns dark green or black Tbe older anl l ckerthe bet ter It Is acdording to the Chinese taste It never Is absent from great ceremonial dlnuera boiled ScIence and Trade Sclt ntLe Id icunning oldfe1Iow and when he joins hands wltl trade things UQSOoot QUICKS ILLS For Liver Ills Sytes Doctors Bills I 1 LIFE SENTENCE FORLAYSMiTll Tragedy That Shocked Ally MuhlenbergCo Daughter of Dead Man Who was Ruined by Smith Also Indicted Greenvllle Ky Jan 14Clay Smith aged twontysix WBa today sentenced to a Ute lmprlsonmcnt in the penitentiary for the murder or his fatherIntaw Moso LKimmell aged slxty the jury returning II verdict at 1046 octock this mornUng after having considered the case since 3 octock Thursday afternoon Smith who had been in jail at Greenville was removed to Madison yule tllls afternoon until the case Is settted as the attorneys for the do fence announced that an appeal would ho taken The officials removed the prisoner on account of the feeling against him The murder of KlmmeU created great excitement do this county and J3ossIu Klmmetl a daughter of the murdered man and sister of Smiths wire was Indicted jointly With Smith by the grand jury but her confession later caused her dismissal Kimmoll was murdered about 330 oclock on the morning of May 17 last year while asleep in his home According to Bessie Klmnmeil the fLtteenyearold daughter a horrible story was told regarding the conduct of Smith She made a confession or the entire work of Smith after she was confIned In tIle jail for II while Shortly after the murder letters were found written to tho girl by Smith in which he threatened her If she did not kill her father and these ldtters resulted In the arrest of both The girl stated that Smith was responsible for her delicate condition and reared Umt her father Would kilt him lie then urged the girl to kill her father claiming that Is was the only way out or the affair She refused und finally Smith told her that one or the three had to die Falling In using the girl for Ills purpose he went there on the morning of May 17 and killed Klmme1l About four years ago Smith married the Hlxtecneartod daughter or Kimmell and one child was born about three years ago A second child was Iborn white Smith was being tried Smiths wife Is living with her tatherIntnw Arnlu8 Smith mud Bessle ls livng with her brother William Klmmctl at Greenville Silver Plate 7that t Those who seek perfection In silverware In variably choose forks spoons fancy serv Ing pieces stamped with therenowned trade mark IBM ROGERS BROS TRIPLE In quality and beauty f of design this well known silver Is unsur Iu remark able durability has won it title SilverPlate that Wears Sold by leading lealera everywhere Rend for- eatalegueGL designs bowing MERIO- OCIlalf U rnrC CO MERIDEH tOIlN BULBSIBUCIUEES BULBS SPECIAL OFFER Mde to bond New Uale A 1 lIalllflUltToD JlllRlLteed permanontcu- tome orrout money Souvenir CoiIecltoniier1troww t 11 00101 u q HI nF- Ir4ta0aG We p n 11 I0Il auw1 Iee a a tItLww Wn4 iawqrrudw OUii lwn GUxaIsNTELD TO PLEAIIRJ Wrfbtoda Mentlon ehIs Piper SEND ZSCBNTS Iu44InNdttbdlt pnMs5tsnsl5uwwws o raeemmaratlt rIe + 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and a fearless independent editorial page always fair and In tore ting oven to those who differ politically with the tlUtorat opinion The regular prce of the Daily Her aid Is 3 II year by mull and the regular prlce of our paper in 1 n year by mall By aspeclat nrralng- ment we are able to make the wonder fut offer of IIThe Louisville Daily price 300 II year- Hartford Republican regular price 100 a year Total 400 sxs If subecriptipn Is received at office not later than January 31 1910 lostlvelyno subscription wilt h0 accepted at less than the regular price it received In envelope postmarked later than January al Bend U S or experss money aster bank draft or currency In registered letter Subscriptdons to either paper maybe neW or renewal and will date one year from January 31 1910 orono year from date at which present sub nlpUono eXpre If you have paid up your subscription for our paper yoU may send n for subscription to The Herald alon- eTilE REPUBLICAN 1IJndJjt 4a Atloe 11 kt o J it vJ DLre toryQyLO COarICy O CIrcuit CourtTi F Dlrkhead Judge Ben D Ringo Attorney WtM Flene- rJtllerEd G Darrae Clerk Frank 1 Felix Muter CommlaalonerY 1 Mona ley Trustee Jury Fund n D MartInJ Sheriff Hartford DeputteeS A Bmtohfr w C Ashley J W Martin GmntPollard Oourt convenes fire Monday hi March and August and don tlnues throe weeks and third mondaf In May and Novemtler two weeks County CourtW B Taylor Jude w s Tinsley Clerk E JL Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month QuarterlyCourtDeglnl ott the third Monday lu January April July and Oc tober Court ot clatusConvenll first Tiles day In January and on the first TUes day In October Other OfflcerN Moxtey Surveyor Nhreve SW Leach Assessor Re RoyJames DeWeeseSchoot Supertnten1 ent Hartford Jerome Allen Corona Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver DamMarch Sf June Ja September Zc December 2t W P Miller Horse DranchMarch H June aGo September 555 December 28 W S Dean DundelIarch 7 June M September 2e December 7 W n Edge loordavJUllarch Z8Junl- Z September fl December 28- D S Chamberlain DednJrIarch 26 Juno 35 September 2e December 19 Herbert Render ContertownKarclS- O June 26 September 29 December y J lm H Miles RockportMarch aJune a September ao December c HARTFORD POLICE COURT R R Wedding Judge J s GzennClq Attorney W M Hudson Marhal Court convenes second Monday in each month CltT CouncllJ 11 Williams Mayor George IAwfa Jerk S KOox Treasurer R E L lmmerman Co M Bar GrtfttnHooaerSchool Trustees Hartfordc IL Crowe J S Glenn W fI lnaleyC1L Barnett and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES thirdSundT7P m and 2nd Sunday 7 p m Pray eveningRevBaptist ChurchServices held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening C P ChurchServices fIrst Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev T C Wilson Pastor everyfourthP m ReV Henry Clay For Pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No m F A Ma sons meets first and third Monday night In each month C M Barnett W M E P Moore Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Saturday night in each month C M Crowe High Prloot Roscoe Render Secretary Hartford Chapter No 84 O E SS eveningMrsRiley Secretary Rough RIver Lodge No 110 Knight or Pythlas meets every Tuesday night E B Pondleton C C Roscoe Render K of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T nmeets every Thursday night E B Prmdleton Commander L P Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine hive No 42 L O T nMeets fIrst Friday evening and third FrIday nth moon ot each month Mra E LDlrkhead Lady rommanuer Mrs Eo D Pendleton Lady Record keeper Preston Morton Post No 4 G A B holds regular meetings Saturday bllb the first Sunday in each month Ash ford Mils Commander J M Rogers Alit Ohio Tribe No 18 Imp Order ne Men meets second and fourth Wednel day nights In each month C E Morrison Sachem A E Pate Chief ot Records Acme Lodge No 339 I O OF meets every second and fourth Mon day night nt 730 L N Gray N B D D Schroater Secretary Carpenters and Joiners local No 1881 meets Jst Saturday night In each month Noah Slcnggs PresW D Luce SecT ea- OFIOIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity or National Officers C O DRAYTON Pres Greenville Ill M F SHARP VicePres Bowling Green Ky Indlanarstate Officers J C CANTRILL Pres Georgetown K S B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam Ky CAL P KEOWN Treas Hartford ICy- C E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION J Yo DeWeesoCharman Hartford Ky i L B Tichenor Hartford R F D No G 2 J A Bellamy WhitesvUl- e3F D Baugl1n HartfordR F D No1 4 T W McQuady Balztown Ky 5 Richard Plummer Taylor mfuas 6 J J DroYD Rockport IftfC1RIBDll1UiSi ouep Ss Gwteutd Rf or pj 1fsx Ia HibDllTTOaBnITI B NETT dc SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the 11 courts or OhIo and adjoining cons ties and Court of Appeals Special attention Fives to aU business entrusted to theIr care Collectlonl and the Practice ot CrIminal arid Real Estate Law SpecIalties Office tD Republican build big FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLawv HARTFORD KY t- Will practice his profession In Ohll end adjoining counties and In the Court ot Appeals Criminal practice and Collection a Specialty Office tD the Her aId building YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Not- arY Public Office over First National Dank JOUN n WILSON COASt St CnOWE WILSON CROWS LAWYERSHARTFORD Will praotioe theft ion In all the courts f Ohio and adjoining cons ties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention glvta to criminal practice and to oofediona Ottice oa Main St opposite Court Iouse d TRDEMRK8prompUr obCalAecS Is- aIIcountrl or no fe wa obsW TENT THAT Uptll PATadreraaatbamlborootblyatour aad model photo or sketch for IaCE reD rs- on pUntablaty so yeas practie 8U R PASsINO REFERENCE rortraadda Book oa FrolltabM1ae1l1l write 030 Seventh atrtWASHINGTON DO KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings DiscoveryI I AND ALLTHROAT AND LUNB TROUBLES tiIIdl3ZNTEED l4iTISFA0To- OB MONEY BEFQN9D PROCURED AND OerrNDgD tlndmodel- Yr 1rawwlJ or rrport ad nee box to oIIIeIII ratcnl trade eopyrlghttiela IN ALL COur1PRIE0 Redness direct avoid it ur4in tau taws time IMnry and cfrn toefatm Patent and InfrIngement Practice Exclusively Wrtteoreometouat era xiata sued epp rslkdtatn Palest otWASHINGTON D C- n un 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE TRADE MAnns- DEStaNa COPYRIOHT8 lie maytlnloCommunltSlionlen free eldest a encyforsecurau patent receiveyrdeiScientific Bmcricaw II ntllomel tIIultraled J ar d M aINourHtaa OtaeOSPStWssbtadooUR MCCALLJPATTERNS raedreliability andCanadacatalogueMCCALLS lalhloomapdnemllllon needleworkISalydresBngetiquette ptIlcmtiublcribotodayVONDE =FUL INDUCEMENTS loAgents Fatal bring rrcmlumcu1oJenew cub rrlzc o fcu PI ftlcCAU C021e toile W fIk SINEWY6a1L- I i 0 t f i STARTLINI1AkMATION Tobacco Organizations to iIBe Treated As Trust Farmers Can Organize so Strong That They Will Not Be e Bothered I The Owensboro Inquirer says Thiltthe tobacco orgznlzatlons now exlsting id the Green RIver District us befIndicted by the vernment for be organizations In restraint of trade the startling Information brought trom Franltort by SD Robertson ot Cal boon State Secretary of the American Society of Equity Mr Robertson mS that a determined fight must be made to prevent the dissolution of all tobacco organizations Heretofore the Governments threats have been Interpreted os having re the1tDecletyemment spies have been in this vlclnitsecreUy investigating Imvo reported on tho organizations a Vnvless county and the Green river cotintry They are threatened Indltement for alleged violation or thelug Sherman antitrust lawnSecretary Robertson stated while Owensboro Saturday that It Is hisI opinion that an earnest attempt he sill made to dissolve all the local 01- gnnlzotlons cd HI added that he I- ian IdCew interview with Congressman Can bell Cantrlll president or the A 3 of be E InKentucky and Mr Cant rill stated that he had been before l Ieof United states Attorney General In anto effort to prevent indictment agllnst the Equity society but hall been In formed that the Attorney General couldnt promise him anything except another hearing before action I- ftken Squire Thornt Goode of McLean county asserted to an opera meetlng Saturday that the farmers can olgan sub ize themselves Into such a strong ors gallzatlon that they wlll be able to shake their fists at federal llrosccu r tlon If they will do so lIe states tJmt ns the hono and sinew of the land 1hof faTners1x111 not be bothered If ther make a determined stand It Marriage Licenses the illis Peach Rosine to Man a Wh Leach ItoslnoInJ E Mcrrett Magan to Francis R a BowldsMagan Harvey Pierce Horso Branch to ers Inez E Dehart Horse Branch Porter Dalley tcHeJlrr to Josle May Pierce Horse Branch laWillieWellG llartford t R J Schroeder Roslnl to Ann Stewart Horton + Wesley Duke Frledaland to Janle St Clair Frlcdalnnd Worth Raley Olaton to Ora Allco Wilson Clinton Cyrus L Ward Whltcsv11le to Lu- Wlntsatt In Dundeerlv Bond Issped for Good Roads cheerIng Information as t4 a of the good roads move tSome the South was given in In October last by G Gross 8vel1 Dawe managing director of the Southern Commercial Congress The speech was lleivered before tho- j Southern Appalachian Good Roads fconvjJntlonat Ashevllle N C and la republished in Southern Good Roads ono a magazine issued train Lexingto- N tf In the Interest of highway ln provement Mr Dawo presented figures sho to dlLlJ090 amount of 195G000 Thcse bond or asues were distrIbuted by States as cough itihpwe Texas 000000 Teiuess totx 3022000 Georgia 2110000 Oklaor mar 1760000 North Carolina 1 GlQOOOFlorlda 1600000 Virgtnias- iiODOAlubamai 50000 Mlsslsslp 310QOO Louisiana 298000iWest 190000 A- i the tOd ntikned no amounts Ih were voted In tho States of- teky Arkansas Maryland n i Carolina bout the best that Dawo could say of Kentucky ryas- bllo there had been a curious ftfOl1Qt lethungr thereI18 tbeless a stir of feeling whiCh sad results and thDtjentucky depended upon to bring about go The adoption of the good nfendmellt ut the recent dice tEo natho pending bills in the ore for Putting its provisions IndicationstlerJournal 161 h U It fe j i j i= CLOAKS ctoAksf CLOAKS i E9i= all going during this Sale We cant wear 9i themyon can Weve cut thee price Its = = your mistake if you dont buy yy 9i 4fl = E P BARNES BROTHERS bt4qWW l4 OUR INSUR fngGENT WEAPONS s The Tariff as a Means of Di crediting Congress and dtheent nferoto Republicans did not look YIlt t mocrats would organize the n of RertSentnpthes Whereupon Pioneer Press proceeds to havo- In little tun wIth fir fawney by ask lug a lot of foolish questions among wbfch Is Is It the Tariff Folow that Is the lutorplatlon that not else has been teen by Congress SinIs the whole story The con splracy to discredit Mr Taft lndlcat b tho Phlladelphlt edger of a weeps ago is thus nicely e IIplalned It Is the Tariff which Is the bludgeon whlcll Is to accom1tho pish the purpose and thenimslJalorsI the Pioneer Prcs strIpe aro be means Every raise In price commodities every outward clrcum stances Is to he blamed on the Tarl Ixcauo ot all polite questions It Is the least wsderstoott by the Ilrople- Is this Is worked to a finish it Is hoped It wl11 discredit CougresS and the President and kilt ort the ro11fly Roosevelt policies of which the corpc- sidized press IO so morW11 afraid It tlso Roosevelt policies for which Tart stands for are enacted into law there will bo nu anti of some of the set rich quick Ilnethods tIle Wall Street sharks Mr Taw a neys warning Is all right If tho Democrats organize the next Congross will bo a setback to the eau o or people perhaps for n ile the Pioneer Press may It something to jest about It serious businessand the peopl- should look behind the great betray of pUblic interests for the rlIn- Slllratlon of tho attacia town Con gress and JIrTatt11cat St Paul TImes ke MENDENHALL Chill and Fever Tonic as doiefeeling and malaria 4 DisappearingTho tu brags formerly so plentiful on reaches Is slowly vanishing Tin coasting trade In and out of tin Thames has been so bad lately that op barges have had to look elsewhere for su living la CryaFOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA doThedebenelltlbase thing la the universeto re- celvo favors and render pondFans sonneGritTkind the kind that Ou need when you have a bad coldcoughch lung disease Suppose troches syrups cod liver oil or doe have all failed dont loco heart to hope Take Dr Kings New Dls covery Satisfaction is guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of hopeless sufterera It wasters bran colds obstinate coughs orrhagea la grippe croup asthma ha isCever and whooping cough and Is the aliibronchlalbottle free at alt druggists The Philosopher of Folly I find that It pays to pretend behave what another man says obsee Ifserves the Philosopher of Folly lIdo always pretends ho believes grextCASTOR I I For Infants and Children The Kind You Nara Always Doug Boars the- ignature of r Mennonites Founder The Mennonites take their namo- t from Menno Simons born In Wltmar- o sum Holland In 1933 Ho entered priesthood of the Roman Cath church renounced Catholicism ea In lli3G A severe persecution beSl1ll tollofaccounts Ie worldrgrate to Pennsylvania near the of the seventeenth century Weak Eyes YQlr eyes are weak and are tired when reading and sewing generclrdiet and plenty of sleep combined with exercise In the opens nil 0toimportant When you must work fPst your ayes occasionally for a few min notes at n time and always work In food lightIn daylight it possible MEN DE I HALL Sc sCHILLTONIQ acndFor Fever Guaranteed Left Over Barbara aged tour had always bee allowed to make small cakes out the scraps of dough left from tno mornings baking do one morning after being soot to gather eggs also come running lu with a very tiny ono and exclaimed Oh mammal see t little egg It must bo thats alt rh ugh till hen hud leftDellneator OtiSarcasmOno of the wittiest ot Parisians Inn friends box at the was lls Siningbyesantly and deadened the music with and her shrill voice At the end ot tho was hebscribersreplied lie I have never heard you FoustfecSome Words of WIsdomat WIIttint riches dont bring happiness ButTl aint no good argument fob golD n do yuther extreme an wrestlln wit tho th A Stirrer Up of Trouble Anger Is n stone cast Into a wasps proerbIn FoReadThe history of many unhappy m loges la written on the stub of by were Expression of Disapproval When a Japanese audience wishes express disapproval of aa play It Only turns iB back to the stage teal ONE OF THE RAREST Opportunities of Your Life to Buy Suits Overcoats and Pants FOR THE ENTIIU FAMILY AT E P Barnes BrosIr PROfiT SHARING SALE wv W W 1L aCftiIJ LW 6OOO ADVIEEFOR w i SeOE Ee Sh Beda Locals President Urges Farmers to do Their Best Every man owes It to himself and comerb1to accompllsi this is to tall In ones duty ThrrrCflre aside from the rewards that follow Intelligent thrift every farmer ought to be agood farm er having good wlll towards all mankind Ile Is a tenant by courtesy thingsitemTo fife first man was given a corn mission to till the garden anti dressI the vine therefore W tilt the s one thing rind W bring about prohs blo prices Is another In order to do this wo should belong to one grand 1orgnlzatlonthe A S ofE Wo very clearly what a division fu- It the Green fiver district bee done for the tobacco producers While we all admit we have failed to n great ex tentwo have accomplished great good for tho farmers Farmers must remember that we are the hardest people to organize and please on earth I dont under Itstand why goad sensible men wlll leave our County that we should love better than any county and join sonic other organization when all will admit that the A S of E Is the mother organlzatln In the Green River district The dues of this order lire = only lliO which Is very small to corn pare with the good It has done far us JarIyI with you ell to join the locals 1 our dues ulIII camp to like men fosI that Is the only wiry wo wIll win nndc ditiestendBour preduclti In our county yonlloo should sign tie pledge for tobacco SItYCIII so aUIIIIrouslr opening DIelhte Ien let us snl ow loins and 1010 change betlI Into best l R TICHEOn Chin Deda iDCal No LUll eA Frightful Wreck OP train tutomoblle or buggy may use cuts bruises nbroslolls sprains or wounds that demand llucldcn Salve earths greatest healer uick relief and prompt cure results burns boils sores or nil kinds eczema chapped hands awl lips sore ces or corns its supreme Surest drllSsf3tsn j Negro Ousted from Council SluiLyenle Ky Jan IliTho new City COUlcil sprung IL surprise last nIght when It ousted T S Baxter the WIlIellflICouncil for eighteen years and nuttierI gotlridxth ward In which Baxter resides raiding the territory to the Fourth Fifth wards Anew Sixth ward I created from territory that was retofore embracer In theFowtlr and fth wards night the ordinance became ef- tive and when Baxter showcd till the meeting he WIIS advised that ho no longer n member of the board e Council then seected C P Ball prominent coal and lumberman as member ot the board to represent =e Sixth word until the next regular election rho Sixth wnrd liS It was formerly practically all the negrues the city and by adding It to the nUll Fifth wards It snakes both willaAchanging the wards back ns just before the election for UleI ellmen Is held + tuo years hence one Boy ut of evenQualifies Are WI becoming a taco of phys degenerates oaks the Evans vile Courier Chief Machinist John Reber ot the local recruiting statIon spent Wednesday und part of Thurs day In Owensboro Ky awaiting upon applicants afar enlistment in the navy and rot aed with an ephnlte aftlrmaUve answer Eleven mon he examined and found only ono of the number qualified physically for service In the itavy Some had poor vIsion others were under welFht one Vns too short uYd several were hint footed Oss or two combined uU the detects and added stilt others too complicated to mention It was not EdwardSalmonborn Knpp1J d and was found to quality In nU respects bringing forth the single sllver llning to Rebers day ot clouds r y beeninand has under hIs infancyAllow butExperimentsInfants and OhlldrenExlerlenco against Experiment What is CASTORIACastorln Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare- gorIc Drops and SoothIng Syrups It Is lIn ant Itcontains neither Opium Morpltlno nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is Its guaruttee It destroys Worms WindColicthoStomachThe Chlldreni lauacenTho Mothers FrIeud GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of Have Always Bought Over 30 Years YT MURRAY aTRIIT new road ITV OOKKEEPINGBears backed by chain of 30 Colleges OOOOOOO secure positions under reasonable con arccrpmg m terse months than trey do in six ilrauguon can con Vince youUK1t1AND r5 per cent of the United States Court Report ems write the system of Shorthand Drausrhon acues because they know it is THE UEST DRRUGHONS PRRCTiCRL BUSINESS COLLEGE IN CI11ITIW- EVANSVILIE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SlJtJNGJIELD 11EIPIllS n e A GENUINE SURETY e PACKED INSIDE EACH ROLL Of LEd IIIi Iii Suretyt Congo u the only Ready Roof anti conditions that make it espedallyat tractive to anyone who must consider the roofing question For 10 years you ua rest easy about your roofs it covered with 3ply Congo and we know that it is probable you will set elICit longer sepia out of it been made per the acceptinghis Telesrraphyhwhich BONDGUARANTEE CONGONEVER The Surety Company is issuing these bonds and bock of them is their two million dollars of oath It ua matter of keen satafaction to us that they were willing to stand behind Congo Roofing aYou are immune from any responsibilily other than giving the roofing ordinary care Write today for samples of Congo and informationRemember with every roll of Congo you set II genuine Surety Snarl of PLANING MILL CO lFORDSVILLE KY Made4ooblottingPrompt shipment and goods guaranteed or money refunded 4 Full Quarts S400 Express Prepaid To Your Nearest Express There Is An Agent OrderBlanks l E B GIBSON WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER 25 W ThIrd stsBox 757 CINCINNATI OHIO a a HOPPERICHDKED WITH BILLS Kentucky Legislature Is Taking things Easy at the Start MAY GET BUSY IN A FEW DAYS No Measure Introduced as Yet Look ing to Replenishing the Empty State TreasuryBills Launched to Carry the Good Roads Amendment Into EffectNo Redistricting Proposition Likely This Session BY J H STUART Frankfort KySpecialIt is a mighty hard matter to guess how much work or how little real work a legislature will do judging by the way it starts In at the beginning of the session The present body Is taking things rather slow at the start and one would be Induced to relieve that but little important legislation will be enacted but a legislature is about as uncertain as a jury and this one may perk up in a few days and get very busy passing some of the many hundreds of bills that will be introduced Nearly 300 bills nave already been put In the hopper but not one in tea o them will ever reach the governor Among the Important measures that have been offered since last week are the following Act designating electrocution as the means of inflicting all death sen tcnccs and providing that the electro cutlon shall take place in tho peni tentiary Instead of in the county where the man Is convicted Act to prohibit the operation of buckctsliops and fixing a heavy fine for a violation of the law in that re sport Act appropriating 180000 for addl tional buildings on the state fair grounds in Louisville Act creating the office of state steam boiler Inspector at a salary of IMOO a year Act to repeal the dog tax nw and another bill to Increase till dog tax to 2 per head Act providing that where n news papor Is sued for libel the suit must he brought either In the county where tho newspaper Is published or In the county where the plaintiff resides Act appropriating Jlt0000 to erect buildings for a medical school In con nection with the State university and 40000 annually to maintain the school und buildings Act providing that In criminal trials Jhe jury shall only find a ver diet of guilty or not guilty and If found guilty the judge shall fix the length of the sentence tho convicted man must servo just as It is In the United States court now It Is called I indeterminate sentence law Act to provide pay for Jurors who are summoned but who do not servo Act appropriating 25000 n year for premiums at n second state fair to be known as tho l lee Grass State Fair at Lexington Act to regulate the operation of tel ephone companies by requiring them to connect with other lines Another I act putting telephone and telegraph companies under control of the railroad commission like railroads are flew I e The matter of the legislators ting their salaries paid for this sesI slon has not been settled yet and no I Jill has been Introduced looking to replenishing the empty state treas ury The senate and house ommlt tees appointed to confer with the auditor and treasurer and advise them what to do reported that it was the province of the legislature to tell executive officers what to do and that as no legislation had been asked j for the legislature had no advice to hOwloormoney to pay any salaries or other I claims on the treasury and that the attorney general had expressed tho opinion that It would be legal for the auditor to Issue interest bearing war rants The empty treasury seems to have had little or no effect In deter ring the introduction of appropriation bills for already before the members have barely warmed their seats bills asking for appropriations amounting to over 600000 have been offered and their passage will be urgoJ most strongly This lu the face of the fact that the deficit In the treasury right now Is about 1000000 leads to the conclusion that some of the members at least have gone appropriation mad The WyattBosworth good roads amendment having been adopted to the constitution these two senators have introduced bills to carry the amendment Into effect whereby thq state may aid the counties to build good roads Tho first bill provides lor a state tax of G cents on the 100 to create a good roads fund in tho state treasury This fund will not be distributed indiscriminately but will bo proportioned to each county need I ing it in the sieve ratio as the amount the county itself ralllesJor road bullding If n county to vote a tax itself to build roads then fundr or1B a I Tfndcrno clrcumiUncesTrlll theiUW pay more than onethird of the cost of constructing any in any counjj ty Another bill fnljnwlnV ttt 8 same line provides for the manner of establishing and maintaining public roads raising revenue by the coun tits to help construct the roads and creates the offices of state commis signer of roads and county engineer It is believed that if these bills pass and become the law Jt will too buta comparatively short time till Ken tacky will have as good roads allover the state as any of her sitter states have now The cost of maintaining the mag nificent new statehouse Is likely to make some of the legislators open their eyes when they remember how little was formerly spent on the al leged upkaep of the old state build leg In the first place the old build ings never were kept any ways decent and everything about the build- Ings was always covered with dirt and dust probably because no appro priation was ever asked for or made I to keep things clean The last legis nature made an appropriation of 16 000 a year for electricians engl neers janitors scrubbers and other needed laborers and it will take all of that sum to keep the building in as clean and neat condition as it is now being kept That isnot near all the expense however for the COt of running the power house where all the light und heat Is made mounts up mighty fast when several hundred bushels of coal are consumed every day Add to this the cost of keeping the machinery of the power house in repair and the total expense will be several thousands a year more than It cost to keep fires and lights In the old buildings But just think what a difference Everything In the new building Is as clean as a new Illnlt has every convenience in the vay of lights heat and water thus making It a real pleasure to occupy it Indications point very strongly to the conclusion that no legislative re districting bill will be passed at this session A number of Democrats came here with the firm Intention of voting for some sort of a redistrict ing measure but when It was sug grilled to them that If they passed such a bill now the census that Is to be taken this year would likely make the new districts appear as onesided In some Instances as the present this butts that lire so much complained of a number of them chaugt1 their minds and are now willing to wait till next hesslon As tho Democrats have 73 out of the 100 members In the how and 26 of the 3S senators It does look a little blue for the re districting matter this session Ono of Governor Wilsons hobbies Is the bipartisan board of control for the states charitable Institutions which has been In operation for two years The board Is composed of two Ilepubllrans and two Democrats and the present law says that status as to politics must be maintained Gover nor WHIeon says the board has done tine work for the state and Is very anxious to have It continued just as it is but a number of Democrats want the board put back like it was be ore last session all Democrats To do this It would be necessary to pass anew law but a number of till friends of the two Democrats now on the board would not vote for the new bill To win over these friends of tho two members of the board It Is now pro posed to pledge a majority of the Democrats to vote to retain the two men on the board anti elect two other Democrats to take the places of the two Republicans Whether this scheme will result In abolishing tho bipartisan board can not be foretold this early in the session Iformcr Lieutenant Governor W P Henry county and a Oem ocrat was in Frankfort last week and was Invited by resolution to address the senate Ho accepted and made one of his characteristic humorous talks He told his fellow Democrats that they must be powerful cau tlouS what they did this winter for as he put it yon know we Democrats always do some darn fool thing at tho wrong time that puts us Ih bad for the next election He took occasion to say also that he did not believe much in bipartisan boards for ho felt that to the victor belongs the spoils and when the Republicans win they ought to have all the offices and when the Democrats win they ought to have the offices The ape plauso he got from both sides of the house Indicated that the senators nearly all agreed with him on the spoils proposition e Lieutenant Governor Cox of Mays vllle who presides over the senate Is one of the most popular men In the whole legislature and is deservedly so for he totes fair with everybody j and all those who know him say i hes HB straight as a die When Governor Willson takes a trip to Now York next month Cox will te the acting governor and It has been planned when that time comes the senate will take a recess one day and go to the governors office in a body and wake an official call oil their presiding officer and congratulate him on being the governor of Kentucky rr r 1 tfl4 v 11- kSeraP Boo Too Realistic- A fairly well to do but rather miserly farmer said to a friend Say Bill Im going to 1111 my pig but 1 owe so much pork to my neighbors that I shall FOLLOWED IKSTKUC TIOM8 it I the friend Just to the ed ass farmer was the de to have none for If 1 It nil back What would dor Quito easy to trick era said the friend Kill your an d leave it ntll at sos eVe cry one can see It Then take It In and sonic It Stick to the youll bo all rightThe farmer fol lowed Instructions and the kind friend his chance and stole the The poor farmer camp around next morning to tell what happened Somebodys stolen ray pig he criedGood said the friend Stick to It the neighbors 11 believe you enough But was tell you Excellent quoth you stick talc You confound yelled the Dont you understand It really stolenSuperb laughed lighted friend You ought left myself pay you pig banging outslde late night say one stole tale and watched pig had und sure stolen WENT AWAY FUMING Dave been an actor so you ought Then the farmer slammed the door and went away fuming Opportunity Muster of human destinies am II Fame love and fortune on my footsteps wall Cities and fields I walk I penetrate Deserts and seas remote and passing by Hovel and mart and palace soon or late- I knock unbidden once at every gate It If feasting rise before I turn away Is the hour ot fate And they who follow mo reach every state Mortals desire and conquer every foe Save death but those who doubt or lies state Condemned to failure penury and woe Seek me In vain and uselessly Implore I answer not and return no more John J Incalls Didnt Have to Resort to Numbers The school census takir stopped at a little hut in the mountains 6f Ken tucky and addressing the mother of an unusually large flock of children wild Madam I am taking the school cen sus How many children have you between the ages of six and Leuune see she broke in theres Katy au Mary an Annie an Lucy an Carrie an Rob an Jake au Will an Harry an Jim an She paused for a breath and her caller made haste to say Now madam If you could just give numberNumbersnapped Number We aint commenced mimberln ylt thank ye We aint run out o names Rose to the Occasion The consul in London of a continen tal kingdom was Informed by his government that one of his countrywo men supposed to be living in Great Britain had been left a million of money After advertising without result be applied to the police and a smart young detective was set to workWhen u few weeks had gone by his chief asked him how he was going on Ive found the lady sir Good Where is she At my place I got married to her yesterday The Next Move A substantial looking man halted for a moment in the street pulled out a big wallet and examined a card which he took from it As he dropped tim- ecard back and closed the book a fat wad of hills showed in one of its com partmcnts A pair of pickpockets pass ing caught sight of the money and with a rapid exchange of meaning glances they dropped a little behind and followed the Inau for several blocks with the view of availing them selves of the first opportunity to re lieve him of the roll After awhile the man with the wad suddenly turn ed and entered a lawyers ofhce leav Jug the pickpockets facing each other dismayI now growled file of them Let us wait for the lawyer said 3bo other Melba First Appearance Melbas first public appearance was made at tho ago of six whenfsho sang Com In TLro the Rye ntf a school concert She was eager to heir What her playfellows ond one In particular thought of her triumph After many Indirect attempts to lntroduceth sub ject Nellie at length found herself unable to wait longer anti exclaimed excitedly Rut the concert thecon cert I sang last night audWas en cored And she looked with inter est in tho taco of her friend who answered witheringly Yes Nclllo Mitchell and I could 8coiyOuSg rer8 Mba in Biography I 44 it wW sIt IP to rStt 1 eR1FIeE SAU1 f J JJJi1 r h h- JS i J X11 1t yy J EACHand every pair of ourstock of Mens Ladies Boys Misses and Childrens Shoes Hamilton Brown make included to be closed out at less than cost This Sale is now full progress and will last up to and Including JANUARY 29 WHY do we sell these Shoes at less than cost To tell I the facts we have too many brands We believe that a Better Shoe trade is to be built up by handling only two or three tried and well known linesaDO not wait till our stock is sold down but come early to make the best selection of Shoes and si- zesROBE1TELATTS r 1 The Store That Satisfies I J E Fogle Building Opposite Court House 1 Hartford Ky J COOK TURNEDDOWN AGAIN Original Notes Void of Substan tial Proof in The Claims Copenhagen Jam 19The committee of the UulvcrUty of Copenhagen has completed Its exanilnaUtjn of Dr Frederick A Cooks original notes and today confirmed its previous con elusion that not the slightest proof that the explorer reached the North Pole had been submitted The report was submitted to tho conttttitury of the University today The ootnmJlttea finds that the copy of Cooks data upon which its previous opinion was based conforms in the main to tho original notebook now in its possession The latter the examiners say con tains various alterations but there Is nothing to show whether the changes were made with the purpose of deceivingIWhile the consistory was unanimous in declaring that Cooks claims were absolutely untrue there are still from of lit3 members wino that Cook nilscientto rewind the honorary degree con erred upon Cook as the vrcdlot is merely one of cue unproven so far as toho decision of tho University Is concerned However Rector Solo moaaen and Prof Stromgren the chairman of the Examining Com mittee have been delegated to con sider father cvldncco at their dis posal after which final action con cerning the universitys honoring of the explorer may bo taken Sitting In the Shadow One evening when Luther saw alIt tie bird perched on a tree roost there for the night he said This little bird Las had Its supper and now It is getting ready to go to sleep here quite secure and content never troubling itself what Its food will be or where its lodging on the morrow Like Da vldlt abides jnder the shadow ot the Almighty1 It sits on its little twig content and lets God take care 10 Wanted Smooth White Oak Logs 14 in and up in diameter lOto 18 feet long Delivered af track1 anystaUOB7 Addfeni M W BARNARD mrtford Ky kt1 r Y St Elmos Fire St Elmos fire Is a peculiar condi tion of low electric Intensity in the atmosphere such as often occurs in fair weather when by supposed in duction and insulation pointed objects projecting high above surrounding ob jects become surcharged with the eec trio fluid and a brush discharge takes place without audible noise but with a feeble luminous glow It has been observed on spires on tho masts and spays of ships The Lonely Farmer A Newtonbutler Ireland farmer has written to the Ennlsklllen Guar dians asking them to help him in finding a wife I have asked several girls ho states but somehow tho Irish girls have not the same feel ing for a lonely man as what the Eng lush ladies have I would be anxious to get an English lady as I like their way of speaking Suicide Facts According to a compilation recently published there were 7643 suicides In Prussia in 1908 Tho most remarkable point about the statistics is that there were more suicides in summer than In winter It appears according to the figures that people have the least In clination to quit this life on Saturday and Sunday Pride It Necessary Prldo may be allowed to this or that degree else a man cannot keep up his dignity In gluttony there must be eating In drunkenness there must be drinking It is not the eating nor blamedbutSelden Acme of Real Stupidity boyhoodShakespeare did not know enough to come in out of the rain Perhaps through this stu pidity he got so wet that he became tho great intellectual ocean whose waves touch the shores of all thought WritingAdvice from a literary bureau Let your story al ways have contained in It the element of lovebut always treat ft In oldformsShow Worthlnestl Do something worth living for worth dying for A f something to nheartandNO Jewish Lull bei f lstandIngthe ofarare of a recent origin r 1 i BOY RECEIVESSERIOUS WOUND Result of Friendly Scuffle in Butcher Shop at Whitesville Because Ernest Fuqun the eleven yearold son of Bibb Fuqun lost his temper while scuffling with Loulsamr tin aged sixteen years a son of Jus Martin tho latter boy was stabbed in tho stomach by Fuqua and is in u dangerous condition The boys were scuffling in the butcher shop of Low Is Percell at Whltesvillo and a num ber of people were In the shop at the time The wounded boy was remov ed to his home where medical atten tion was given him DrA McDonald called Dr Stlrinan In consulta tion in time casoand an operation was performed on young Martin Friday afternoon The boy was seating fairly well Friday night but his condition is very serious The boys were talking with others in the butcher shop and Martin and Fuqua got Into a friendly scuffwhich caused the Fuqua boy to lose his temper Ho grabbed a pocket knife which was open on the counter and before anyone in the place realized tbft fco was going to use it stabbJrlllrt1n In tho stomach Uw lch was very sharp pets tratlng file intestines causing an ugly wound Tho families of the boys arc well known in the Whltesvillo section and the hays are generally Uked in tho Intheboy is at his home Owensboro Mes senger l Where Living u Too Easy ofluxurious SEEDS 1ETWT flwienet SPESIAL wwrtor ol1bena imams ntrtu tltrtr IFOR 10 CENTS IIre W111Ma4JNt1Ja14 0 1ahesFAMGUti COLLLCTIO N 1 r1Ma0nnyp He s 1 i u hlkorhLo k iiIIet1 wllb oar 5w aO I W- oIOJT NOla N = CJO IUIit J f r