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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r x- y lrjljt etr- e 74If i t bIIltcanf Ji t Firie Job Work r DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year r VOL XXIIL HtRTFORb OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 1910 No 12 j GiOSE BATTLE IN NEW YORK J Roosevelts Future Depends On the Result In the Campaign For Nomination x In 1912 Says C J Correspondent A Washington Correspondent to Uio t CourierJournal says The refusal of Mayor G3 nor to ac cept tho Democratic nomination for Governor of New York from the Rochester convention was a sore disappointment here rerhaps else 1 where to Democrats as they believed L that he could win in a walk How ever In John A Dix the Democrats havo a good and strong man and as Roosevelt and antiRoosevelt is the only issue Dlx Is as strong a can dldato as could have been named for the reason that he will receive the conservative and independent vote ofI New York State which roughly esti mated is 100000 votes The Courier Journal correspondent believes that the contest in Ne York Is close It is Roosevelt an new nationalism against the princi plea of old nationalism The latter represents the Constitution and the laws and the former a now form of government and In the end a dicta tor to run It The fight In Now York for the next 4five weeks Is perhaps the most Im portant and critical one ever waged in this country It means the old form of government from Washington Cleveland or it means imperialism Jto the man on horseback as the leader The result in New York Is doubt ful Roosevelt thus far has been suc r cessful That he will make a deter = mined and aggressive fight to carry New York for his ticket goes wlthI out saying That he will even Invade Tammany Hall and the sacred pro clncta of Murphy there Is not a doubtI He has disrupted Tammany his assaults twice and he may again He Is a great fighter m past I master in practical politics and a manI of iron nerve j The fight that ho has now on hand Is the fight for lies Jie carries Now York In NovemberI It means to him the President in 1912 and after that it means the ruler of the United States as long as he lives He Is the boldset and most audacious man In politics since the Government was formed and the most In consistent jn the West he Is ra died and Insurgent and against Taft because the latter help him to cap ture the Saratoga convention He dared not reiterate his speeches he made In the West In the speeches ho made In the Saratoga convention l Cummins La Follette and Bristow + have made note of this If not the entire country He Is going tospeak i in Indiana Read his speeches there and compare them with1 his speeches East He hasgotahold on the masses and he may sway them In Now York and elsewhere Thats up to the people x jWhllo I admit ho Isll wonder In national politics nothing like him that I know of yet I think hb will 4 Ibe beaten in New York this year I I base my opinion upon the recent elections that have gone before then high 8tof living the general un rest of the people and the conviction that they are tired of Republican ruler hat does not help them I O O STEALEYt Hartford College Notes t Sine our last notes we have had n refreshing events to occur asifoltOwstJy Brethren JPr Tuck and J t ark wer With usJBro Tuck1oadt n ing the devotional exercises andBra- Clarke favoring Us with a splendid i Address which was much enjoyed by I alirihopuplte and teachers tOn Wednesday SepL 28feh tt ren Tuck and Clarke lead the 21p tiomal exercises Hon C M Cr I it a member uf the Board of + ties of the city of Hartford f orI od the schools wltS 4 niMninclent f f r JliA t t1 4 q C speech subject What we Owe and how to pay It Outline of his speech First what we oweto God second What we own our County Third what we owe our neighbor ands fourth what we owe ourselves These divisions Were handled with skill by the speaker Conclusion How to pay ltwas answered by saying By living obedient honest upright Christian puce We thank Hon C Jf Crowe for this excellent and pro fltabl8epeoch Be with us again On Monday morning Oct 3rd we had Brother Clark and Miss Mabel Myers with us brother Clarke gaTe us a tine geography lesson by giv- Ing us a description of his trip from New Zealand to the United States al a description of the birds of his coun try This talk was certainly enjoy I ed One ot the very boat and most enjoyable events was the singing of I Miss Myers she admirably entertained the school with her beautiful song I beautifully and classically rendered Our school Is still increasing MrsI McGan moved from the country to the city recently entering herI daughter Miss Lela into the HighI School Department and her sonI James into the eighth grads Miss Mary Brown Elliott of Little Bend Butler county entered the Sophomore Class tills week We hope these new pupils will be pleased and profited by coming among usThe interme dlate Department had two additions laughdshall continuo to increase in numbers and interest MOUNTAIN MEN SHOTI EACH OTHER TO DEATH Private Watchman and Constable i 4 J tT1lr i Victims ofDuel Result oftEormerQuarrel I London Kyii Oct 3 =Private Watchman James Williams of Corbin and Constable Henry Lee of Keivy Lau rep county met in the driveway of CorbinIThey began firing at close range at same time advancing toward each other and tell in a heap and died in each others arms each firmly grasping his deadly revolver The empty cartridges In both weapons represent ed so many deadly wounds In the bodies of the unfortunate victims Tenshots were fired and not one miss ed Its mark Williams body Is plerc ed by six balls while his adversary received four About two months ago Constable Lee went to the home of John E Williams father of the other dead man with a warrant for the arrest of William Williams another son The senior Williams and hlseon Fro a youth of 18 years reStated the en trance by the officer into the house while the man wanted by the officer on a felony charge made his eS- cape The constable was fired on and wounded by someone nearthe Williams house The fire was returned toy Lee and the senior Williams and his young son Fred tell seriously wounded 7 Both have almost recovered af ter being at deaths door for many days Lee was only 22 years old but had f 11offlcerbWUllamsod For a long time he has beent employed by the toutevllle NBShs vllle Railroad Company He Is a first cousin ot former Sheriff 4pane II 1Y1111amst of Barf ourv111e ald a phew of tha late J TWIIlamsfort mer postmaster of II Fairly Well Attended The rally of the Farmers Edttcas and CoOperative Union heldI Hartford last Saturday after tithe8peI t Wagonsl Wagons WagonsI Farmers AUentlonWebayea large stock of wagons that we yrhl- lose outat absolutely the tof Come to our factory or us what size ou want We can save you money Address HICKMAN EBB RT CO t 1l Oweaiborotky I4rt1t f4v of DR CADDIE MAKING STRONG CAMPAIGN Republican Nominee Stands Ex cellent Chance of Defeating Ben Johnson Dr D H Gaddie of Hodgonvlllels waging real war on Ben Johnson the Democratic nominee for Congress In the Fourth district When Dr Gad die was nominated for Congress bYI district make a thorough canvas of the dis trict and ho is making good with a vimDr Caddie was In Louisville Tues day accompanied by Senator Taylor of LaRue county and both of them were very enthusiastic over the pors poets of Republican success In the Fourth distrldt They have been In many counties in the district and they have every reason to be satis fled with the situationtThe fact that Mr Johnson Is making a race for two officesCongress and Chief ExecutiveIs serving to help Dr Gaddle Friends of Senator Jas B McCreary Mayor Head John K Hendricks and William Addams aree not enthusiastic in their support of Mr Johnson Indeed they resent Mr Johnsons candidacy for the high office of Gov ernor at a time when he is running or reelection to Congress Dr Gaddle pointed out that in the event that Mr Johnson Is elected to Congress and is then nominated and elected Governor he will serve nine months of his term as Congressman drawing salary for the same without rendering any actual service as Con will not convene until just the that the Governor of Kentucky is Inaugurated The people of the Fourth district do not fancy tho Idea of a man run nlng for two offices at the samo time Nor do they fancy holding a special election which would be ne cossary if Mr Johnson was returned to Congress and then nominated for Governor by the Democrats No man in the Fourth district Is better known than Mr Gaddie He has always polled the full party vote and has succeeded in getting a lot L of Independent votes If he makes as good a race this year as he did two years agoand there Is every reason why lie should make even a better one Dr Gaddie will be elected for It is rare that the Democrats poll their full strength In an off year At any rate Dr Gaddie and his friends are well satisfied with the situation They believe that ho has an excellent chance to win and are aiding him wherever they can Dr Gaddie is very confident and will be actively engaged from now until election day Directors Meeting Notice is hereby given that a meeting oC the Board of Directors of the Hartford Tobacco Warehouse Company will be held in Hartford Ohio county Kentucky Friday October 1910 ALBERT COX Pres of D FORD Secy I Beauty Show for Men- The beauty show for men which just closed at Folkestone was a success this year There was far interest for the mans than for ladles prizes and the men to take the show most sort sending In entries by register d letter No ban with regard to ge whiskers or moustache Among winners was a light boatman who has saved 18 lives and holds the Royal Humane Society medal Then was ah exiled Turk and a RUS ian relative of a member of the The handsomest man w s the guy who won last yeaft ich wears a number and places is head and shoulders through a gold frame draped with velvet the dea being that his dress shall not count The audience are supplied be with voting coupons on which they in write the number of the man they think the handsomest Wellknown local ladleacounti the coupons In full visit on the stage and chalk up the I blackboardNew York 1PreS8 i Y DINED 500 FOR- ASSAULTING GIRL Agreed Order Entered In Case of It Sam Corum of McLean ICalhoun Ky Oct 4Tho proceed ings of the McLean circuit court ar rather dull and It is the opinion o- the court officials and attorneys that the term will end Thursday Sam Corumlndlctod for an assaul- on Miss Zetta Jobedaughter of James Jobe of the Beech Grove neighbor hood was fined 500 and costs on an agreement between the prosecut Ingattorney and the attorneys for the defense Miss Jobe is 16 tJI1lSI old and Corum called at her home one Sunday evening to take her to church Instead of going to churc11I she alleges that he drove to an un frequented road and assaulted her After hearing what the witness forI commonwealth had to saythe at- orney for the state agreed to com promiseA Sandefur who was Indicted bn Ere charge of criminal Intimacy with a feeble minded girl a Miss Smith daughter of Mr Smith a liv at Beech Grove will not beI triedat this term an order having been made for Its continuanceITho first case called was that ofc Dr W F Stlrman against George W Crabtree The case has attract d considerable attention because of the long duration of the litigation when the case was called It was announced that a compromise had been agrenl to by which Dr Stlrman was to pay Mr Crabtree i50 pay the costs In the cas and receive the farm over which the suit was brought Tho case hind been tried out twice In the McLean circuit court and once car ried to the court of appeals The first trial resulted In a verdict for Mr Irabtree but the court of ap peals reversed this action and it was called a second time in the second trial the Jury could not agrI Marriage License Since Sept 27I n H Johnson Hartford It F D No i age 31 to Venia EaUerday Hart ford R F D No 7 ag 21 Ellis Daugherty Banock age 3 to Dora AllIce Wilson Arnold age 17 James Landrum Hockport age ly to Min nie Tlnsley Rockport ago 18 R S Gary Slmmoiio ago IS to Mary E Turner Simmons ago 1C E C Smith Beaver Dam age U2 Jennie Yeller Taylor Mines age 22 J W McKen Hey Hartford age 28 to Ira Gary Hartford R F D No 6age 27 C Carl Coots Greenville age 29 ta Goor gla B Larkin McHeury ago 21 C W Cargal Render age 27 to Annie Jarnagln Render age 21 Thomas Jones Echols age 21 to Alllo Van Meter Echols age 17 George Don son Rockport age 21 to Etha Keown Rockport age 18 FOR THE BUSY READER It is estimated by Illinois Central officials that the companys loss on car repair bills Is nearly 2000000I The figures are based on an expert accountantD Katherine Bottl the 13yearold girl who slow her godfather with an ax and redhot poker In PIttsburg in avenging her honor was acquitted of the homicide F President Taft and Mrs Tart are now house hunting Mrs Robert Daw son Evans having refused to reneW their lease of her cottage at Beverly overlooking Salem flay 0 Congressman Tawney stopped a runaway horse near mona Wls yostar day and saved several lives He was badly Injured by being thrown into- a barbed wire fence however Gen Leonard Wood at the confer ence of national guard officers In M- St Louts yesterday declared that compulsory military education should part of the curriculum of nil school In the United States According to the Dally Mall revolu tlons broke out in Lisbon Tuesday The dispatch adds that King Man uells a prisoner Street fighting has cecurrodi warships are bombarding si the palace and all communication with the capital Is cutoff 5 IBesides the two battleships and two colliers already announced as the building programme to be reported to Congress at Its next session a decis ion has been reached by the Navy Department to call for two gunboats and two tugs One of the gunboats probably will be of the type that nay igate the Chinese rivers Family Reunion andfat Mr and Mrs R B Klartln for a Sixtytwere did dinner was served and all wont away feeling better physically spiritually Those present andI Mrs J N Martin Mr J N Mr and Mrs Gee N Martin nod two children Mr and Mrs Jas W Martin and one child Mr and Mrs T C Stratton Mr and Mrs J C Gentry and two children Mrs Jiff Travis and daughter Mr and Mrs B F Flener Mr J C Flenor Mrs Clara Flshor and two children Mr and Mrs Martin Floner arid thrw children Mr and Mrs J H Flen er and child Mrs Lucian Sandjrfur and two children Mr and Mrs Isaac Cooper and two children Mr and Mrs James Duller and three children Mr and Mrs S P McKinney and four children Miss Harriett Fierier Miss Goren Flener Mrs John Embry Mr Mrs It B Martin and three childrenPHYSICIAN DIES AT HAWESVILLE J H Heavrin Formerly of Ow ensboro Succumbs After Long Illness i Hawcsvllle Ky Oct lVft r one of the most prolonged periods in the history of Hawcsvllle without a visi tation from the Angel of Death his scythe cut a wide swath hero last night when there were three deaths Dr J H Heavrin died of a com plication of dsi ases after bong con flnod to his bed for two weeks dur- Ing which he suffered much Some form of catarrhal gastritis was the nearest the doctors came to diagnosing his case Dr Heavrin was born In Ohio county Ky fortyeight years ago and after getting the bell educalon the public schools and Hartford college could glue he graduated from u medical school In Louisville and then began the practice of medicine- n Dayless county Eighteen years agoafter the death of the late Drs Green Sterrett and L L Gregory he came to Hawesvllle and has prac tired most successfully and popularly here ever since Only In the last few months has he failed to keep up his general practice As a citizen he was always most highly esteemed H was a member of no church or fra ternityWhile practicing in Owensboro heI was married to Miss Thlxton daugh of Mr John Thlxton of thatI No children Were born to He Is survived by his wife three sisters the latter being Misses Georgia and Sarah Heavrin and Mrs C E Raley all of Ohio county The late J P Heavrin of Owensboro was his brother SELECT Oct GMrs Alice Arbucklo and Mrs T C Hosay and children via ited Mr G E Arbuckle and family ot Hartford this week i Ellis Arbuckle left ithla week for Birmingham Ala whore ha bas a position in a railroad shop L E Arbuckle and Zanily visit ed Mr and Mrs Henry Stevens of Beaver Dam Saturday and Sunday Mesdames S M James and C F Miller visited relatives at Render a few days this week Hubert Faught and family visited r GeorgeFaught and family of Ore Risers unday Deputy Sheriff A W Black was town one day last week collecting taxes Rev Black of Morganfleld Is hold- Ing a seines of meetings at the War rens Mill Christian churchIWe had a good rain ttoday which was badly needed The famrers are busy preparing wheat ground I r 1NOT GUILTY WENDLING PLEA For Transfer to Federal Jurisdiction Contends That He is Entitled to Six Aliens on Jury Loulsvlllp Ky Oct 3Joseph R Wendllng accused of the murder of Alma Kellner on December S of last CrIminalIby thin deputies from the jail Hj came in from the rear of the Judges seat smiling and looking an cheerful as a fellow without any sa rious charge against him Ho walk ed right up In front of the clerks desk and there he stood by his at torneys J R Clements and J Ray Judge Gregory asked if the prisoner desired to waive arraignment At this juncture Attorney Clements said he wanted to enter a motion to set aside the Indictment and enter a general demurrer to the Indictment petition to the Federal court on account of the prisoner being an alien and entitled to be tried by six of his own countrymen and six of his peels in this country Attorney Ray Insisted that the Judge pass on the pteltion at once but Judge Gregory would not do that The court gOIng dered the Clerk to read the Indict ment at the conclusion of which Judge Gregory asked Are you guilty or not guilty With a gusto and a smile on his righthandIm not guilty Attorney Ray said that as tho Federal Court convened next Monday he Is anxious that the motion to re move be passed on at once Com monwealths Attorney HUffakor said that he would be ready to argue tthe motion next Saturday Judge Gregory then said that ho wanted to give all parties plenty of time and there arguIng then ordered to be taken from the court room About the time Wendling was brought In the crowd surged forward to take a look at the prisoner Many persons were present to hear the ar raignment Told Czar to Go to Blazes London Oct IThe dstalls of Am bassador Oscar F Straus abandon ment of his trip with his family to Russia have just been received here Ambassador Straus who represents the United States at Constantino ple anticipated a vacation in Amen ca and before returning home decid ed to visit several Russian cities including St Petersburg and Moscow The United States ambassador to Turkey considers ho has been greatly Insulted by the Russian govern ment and through him the American nation and the Jews of the world The etiquette of civilized nations requires a specially privileged passport for ambassadors desiring to visit for eign countries These passports ab solve him from the payment of dutle and other fees the ordinary traveler is subjected to and accord him unusu al privileges and honors not grant ed to others Straus as ambassador from a powerful nation to Turkey expected such a passport Instead the document sent to him was an exact duplicate of the passport which pinyforeigneling in Russia it contained the passage that one Straus of the Jewish religion Is hereby permitted to visit Russia to look after certain InterestsStraus took it as an Insult not on ly to himself but to the Jews lu general and tho country he represents In particular Heat once abandon returned ambassador at Constantinople and la a curt letter gave his reasons F KIT ARSONS BIRTH ANNIVERSAY Celebrated Throughout the Rocky Mountains Recalls Numerous Achievements of the Great Western Pioneer Thruoghout the Rocky Mountains and the Southwest there has just been celebrated the 100th anniversary of the birth of one of the most fa mous characters of the heroic days 01 the 111lInsKlt Carson trapper hunter scout pathfinder and plainsman A year of centennials Was 1909 the 100th anniversary of many men of wurldwlde famesuch as Lincoln Darwin Poe Tennyson Gladstone but among them all carsons life history Is unique To him Is due no little of the glory that has been accredited to Fremount as The Path finder of the Rockies for It was Carson who acted as Fremonts guide and to a great extent made Ills suc ete s possible Aside front that however to Car son belongs much credit for the ex tension of our boundaries over the vast region of the West lie was an advance guard of civilization For al most half a century his name was one feared and respected by the Indians from the Missouri River to the Pacific Ocean and his presence a source of satisfaction and relief whenever he could accompany them to the carvans that crossed the western half of the continent before the coming of steam transportation Carson was oorn In Madison coun ty Kentucky the day before Christ mas 1809 Ills liaronts moved to Ussourl when he was about 15 and apprenticed him to a saddler at Franklin Howard County But Car son ran away after a year and In ISG entered upon the career which made him probably the most daring and picturesque plainsman of his day As a preliminary to his life as a trapper scout and Indian fighter Kit Carson attached himself In the humble capacity of a mule driver to the caravan or Col Ceran St varin one or the big men In the employ of the caravan a month before he gave al exhibition of that nerve and cool ns that marked his whole life One of Uw teamsters accidentally shot himself In tile arm crushing the bono In a few days gangrene set in md It was evident that unless the arm was amputated tho man could not live Not one of the men In the utravan would volunteer to attempt the operation young Carson reallz Jng the necessity of prompt action drdared that lie would tale the chance Ml tile tools hu could find were a razor u saw milt the ling bolt of a wagon lie cut time flesh with the rnror sawcd through the bone and scared the horrible wound with the king bolt heated to a white glow The operation wrs a complete success and the man lived to accomIIl1U Car ron on many an expedition of la- tcr years It was wlmllo employed by Cal St VarIn that Carson shot Ills first In dian Thu caravan was camped at Pawnee Rock In the Walnut Valley one of the most dangerous spots on old Santa Fe trail Every precaution was taken to prevent a sur Irlse by the savages The wagons owe formed Into U corral thu animals being hobbled In the grassy nclosure Time guards wlro doubled and every naanJack slept with his rifle within easy reach of his hand At dark time sentinels were posted and to young ICIt foil the Important post Immediately In front or Pawnee Rock about two hundred yards from the corral About midnight time camp was awakened by a rUle shot and the warning cries of this guards AA they sought the protection of the ineloeuro Kit was till last to reach the corral What Is It=Jndlans asked Col St Vraln Yes answered Kit and then lie- ar ded proudly I killed one of the red devils I saw him fall But there was no further hostile dwnonstraUon that night The trappers rolled themselves In their blan kets and the sentinels returned to their posts At daybreak KIt lOOk ed around for ills Indian Instead ot a painted Pawnee Kit discovered his own riding mule shot through the head Ot course the boy was unmercifully guyed by his companions but the folknving morning at daybreak the caravan was attacked by Pawnees and the young muleteer was so Cool WIder tire that ho won the admlra UOn or the older plalnsmen The Indians kept the little nd flgh ting for three whole days the mules for 48 hours beingshut In the corral with out food or water At midnIght of the second day CoISt yraln or dered the men to hitch up and at tempt to drive on to the crossing known as Pawnee Fork 13mllestrom the Rock and which Is now within j the corporate limits or the town of Lamed Kansas They succeeded In making their way to the river fight Ing every toot or the way Before making the crossing It was necessary to charge the redskins col- S Vramn and young Kit Carson led the charge It was a desperate attack Six ot the trappers were killed but the Indians were routed and the expedition was allowed to go on Its way without further molestation on the part of the Pawnees That charge at Pawnee Rock mad Kit Carsons reputation on the fron tier and thereafter he had no difficulty In getting empoynr nt as trap per hunter of scout In IS29 he was engaged by the Rocky Mountain Fur Co and In that service trapped along the rivers of Nebraska Wyoming Montana Idaho Washington Oregon Utah and Colorado fighting Blackfeet Crows Sioux and Utes and coming into companionship with such famous frontiersmen as Jim BeckworthJlm Brldger the Sublettes Fontenelle and Lucien B Maxwell lie and Maxwell bocame boon com panions and lifelong friends In 1832 Carson was employed by William Bent to do the hunting for the garrison at Bents ort on the Arkansas 650 miles west of Fort Leavenworth This historIc establishment was built In lS26 The exterior walls Wlrq laid In the form of a parallelogram and Were Iii feet high and four feat thlck The fort was 135 feet wide and on two of the corners were hexagonal bastions In which were mounted cannon The wall of the building served as walls of the rooms all of whIch faced Inwards on a plaza alter time general style or architecture In the Southwest The 1101eIonfor defense and the entrance to the plaza was guarded by heavy log gates The accupants of this frontier establishment were traders trapers hunters Indians and FrenchCana dlansmany or the latter having Indian wives- For eight years Kit Carson lived among the motley denizens or Bents Fort his duty to provide meat for the garrison of twoscore hungry men with such guests as the Santa re trail and the exigencies of In lilan warfare cast Into the improv led structure almost 9000 feet above the level of the sea So well did Carson perform this duty that It was with regret that Col Dent permitted him to leave his employ In 1810 In that year Kit organized a party or traptJrs to work along the Yellowstone and Its many tributaries There was moro or less desultory fighting with the Blaclfeet during the winter culminating In a desperate and bloody battle when the slrlngjThemen twenty to one but carson ex hlblted such superb daring and gener alehip that the Indians wore routed after a heavy loss During the engagement the horse of one or the trappers was killed and tell with Its whole weight on Its rider A dozen warriors rushed for ward to scalp the unfortunate man Carson galloped to his assistance jumped from his horse stood In front of his fallen comrade and slnglLhand ed fought the Indians until his men came to his assistance In that tight over the body of his comrade he lulled four warriors with his own hand After time winter In time Yellowstone and another season of tramping along time tributaries or the Platte Carson entered time service of the Government In which he romalned with one or two short Interruptions until the day or his death On May 22 182 Lleut John C Fremont or the United States Corps of Army Engi neers arrived In St Louis In pursuance of orders from the War Depart mont to command an exploring ex pedltiou Westward to the Wind River Mountains lIe selected Carson among a dozen candidates for his chief guide During this expedition Carson had a narrow escape while hunting buffalo Ife was Iursulpg a large bull and at length drawing to the side ot the animal he fired But at that Instant his horse stepped Into a badgers hole fell down and sent Its rider sprawling to the ground 20 test ahead The bullot struck the buffalo low lathe shoulder and on ly served to enrage him so that after a moment of surprise he charged the unhorsed hunter who fortunately not touch hurt was able to sprInt toward the rIver It was a race for Ute and for several minutes It was nip and tuck which W L should reach thQ stream test Kit got there a couple Of second ahead of the thunderIng bellowing bulland plunged in head first The animal waited on shore but was eventual ly killed by one of Kits compan- Ions In the hunt DurIng this expedition Carson dis- tinguishod himself by killing five buffaloes wIth four bullets mountI- ng and cutting the bullet from the wound or the fourth and continuing the chase until the fifth anImal fell under his unerrIng aIm It is said ot him that he was such an expert with the bow that be could shoot an ar row entirely through a buffalo while hunting on horseback a teat that gave him something of a standing among the Indians Carson was with Fremont again from 1843 to 1846 and found paths for the Pathfinder from theRock- fes to the pacific He fought under Fremont when the Mexicans wore driven out of Northern California In September 1846 In command of borseIInforming President Polk of the empire that had been won on the Paclf nearJjoined Kearneys column In Its west ward march The battle of San Pasquale In Southern California followed Kearney was outnumbered and surrounded At night Carson made his way through the cordon of Mexican son DleglIlmo again left California and rode to I Washington with dispatches for the President In 1853 he was appointed Indian agent which position he held I for 15 years He was honest In his dealings with the Indians hIs word was as good as Ills oath land he un derstood the Indian character so Well that he had no trouble with his chargesICol Inman says that In his boyhood days his Imagination was fired by the stories he read of the ex- ploitsi and daring of Kit carson He firmly believed the frontiersman to bo 10 feet tau carrying a rifleso ItIaglned that Kit drank out of noth ling smaller than a river and that he the carcass ofa whole buffa lo as a lady does the wing of a quail Ten years later Cot Inman made the acquaintance of the redoubtable Kit and he was astounded to find him a delicate reticent undersized wiry man the very oPposite or the type my boyish brain had creat ed During a visit at Fort Lyon Colo where his son was living early on the morning or May 23 tSGS while mounting his horse I1n artery In Kit Carsons neck was ruptured and though skillful medical assistance was at hand he died within the hour died peacefully In his bed with hisI own folk and his friends around him His body was taken to Taos New Mexico so many years his home and burled In the little cem etery His rifle which ho used with such matchless skill for twoscore Years was bequeathed to the Montezuma Lodge of Masons at Santa Fe of which he was a member Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IA Where LacksTroubulos tines for capital and la- IIOr have developed In FreeTrade England Disputes In various branches of industry which seem to have passed beyond the possibility of settlement bY arbitration threaten to participate crshortla lockout that will af fect employees of railroads ship yards nines and cotton mills to the number of 650000 The London Spectator says that thIs unrest In the Industrial world may co celvnbly be due to the Socialist pro paganda which teaches that the employer Is tile natural enemy of his employees preaches always the doctrine of discontent and advocates political action by organized labor Whatever may be the various causes that combine to produce the disturbed condition the fact that It exists la a Country In which labor has not the benefits of a Protective Tariff stands out conspicuously against the contention i of American advocates of Tariff reduction that adoption of their policy would improve the condition ot the wage workersAlbany Journal The Call of the Blood for purification finds voices in pin plea bolls sh lIwooomfilcxlon a jaundiced IOQk moth llatche and blotches on the sklnall signs of liver trouble But Dr Kings New Lifo pms make richred blood give clear skin rosy cheeks fine complex- Ion health Try them 25c at al1- druggl8Jts m ii f1 POSITIVEtY61UAif AND GRANDER THAN EVER rt Fall AgribultutaJFairRACES AND HORSE SHOW AT HENDERS- ONAtMadisonville Oct 18 1920 2122The Acmeof Autumnal Attractions at the PrettiestSeason of the Year C C GIVENS General Manager u PEDDLERS SELL MANY BIBLES One Man Folows Panama Zone Pay tar With Train Discussing the work of Bible societies In the isthmus ot Panama Secretary Joseph R Buckt1n Bishop says that the American Bible society estab lIshed a branch In Guatemala In 185 and asubasency at Panama In Jan uary 1910 with Rev Charles W Ports of the Methodist Episcopal church as Its representative He employs two assistants one a Chilean to work among the Spanishspeaking people and the other a West Indian for work among the negroas The terri tory covered by the former lies along the cost on the Pacific side as far as chame and to Nombre de Dlos on the Atlantic side The west Indian sells on the street usually following the pty car each month stopping at the villages In the Canal zone At other times In the month he visits the negro quar ters the outlying settlments and the villages In the bush A conservative estimate places the number the villages In the bush A conSer of BIbles sold yearly In this way at tOOO The books are brought Into the country duty free through the courtst of the Panamanian govern mont The society has presented Bibles to Ancon hospital and to set IIral or the ytospltale and sick camps along time line of the canal and to the penitentiary The work of the British and Fore Ign BIble society Is at present direCted by Rev Ernest G Cook pastor of the Wesleyan Methodist mission In Colon who nets as volunteer agent He selects his helpers from men In charge of mission In the zone villa ges The territorial agent from Gua temala recently paid a visit to the Isthmus for the purpose of perfecting plans for the establishment ot a re gular agency In Colon and as a re sult of his visit M P Kennedy Ls expected to arrive from England to take charge of the work which will be extended to the white population In tile Canal Zone within a short time This valorem on aU Bibles Imported Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement with the publishers or the Inland Farmer of Loulsvllle whereby we are enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper one year for lIiO The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Jour nal and oneot the best farm papers published In the UnIted states Our readera should take advantage of this offer U Weve Beaten Him to a Frazzle Weve beaten em to a frazzle t said to a frazzle you may recall You may Quote me on that Theodore Roosevelt to the Reporters When the New York State Convention Ad journed for the Day DUe allowance must be made for Mr Roosocts fopdness for excite ment for his habit or speaking always at the top or his voice and for his exultation over winning a hard and dOUbtful fight whose ou- tcomeif things dont go wrong for him on November 8brlngs Q Third Term Presidential nomlntalo1 visibly near to his grasp Still we cannot help feeling and many thousand of Americans will doubtless feel that such exultant whoops would have been better reserved until the election returnsmshall have shown a conclusive popular approval by the voters of hisown state of Mr Roosevelts leadership and D1r Roosevelts Third Term amble q r uch trident shrlehs of glee would have raised no question ot good taste or of political skgactty had they been directed at the Democratic party at ter Mr Roosevelt Bad succeeded In Republicanticket tory at Saratoga Is not merely the partybankruptThe opposing party expects to be gibedat In tills manner when defeated That Is a recognized rule of the game However Mr Roosevelt s fond of making new rules with Ii 4 p f J respect to good manners and oth- erI matters j And when we remember that those whom Mr Roosevelt crows over hay I tag beaten to a frazzle are other i Republicanssome of whom were organizing Republican victories before Mr Roosevelt was breechedwe squat needs wonder whether this new I way Is good taste good mannersnnd good politicsChicago Inter Ocean i QUICKS MED gNE I Quickest and best for coughs GUARANTEED t Sold by druggists Made by J CMeadcnhall Me4lcine Co Enuriile Iil Gerrymander in the Supreme Court The Supreme Court of the United States has undO consideration Iac1Se brought to test the power of alegls lature to gerrymander a congressional district so as to doprlve citlzons of eqUal representation and violate the laws of CongresS requiring districts to be composed of contiguous and compact territory According to decisions In KentuckY the stte courts are not clothed with any pqwer to question the discretion exercised by legislatures In redistricting the state fOr congressional purpose It Is now for the National Supreme Court to pass upon the question The district In the case Is the Eleventh In Kentucky composed of seventeen Coun ties In the mountainous region of the state whose vote at the last election was Republican 3G073 Democratic 14729 Prohibition 513 The Repub lican vote was much more than double that of the other parties lOm- blned and 21344 larger than the Democratic tote Everyone of the seventeen counties Is Republican by a comIpactDemocratic legislature to deprive the Republicans of Kentucky or 4ual representation In Congress St Louis need not go to the moun talns of Kentucky for a gerrymander as foul and even worSe Into one of the St LQuls congressional districts the Tenth Is crammed a population excessive by nerly 100000 At the last election the vote In the Tenth District was Republican 49127 Dem ocrntJc28634 Socialist 3557 The Republican plurality was 20493 In the Kentucky district the total yoto was 51320 and the total In the St Louis district was 81318 Missourls total vote at the last election twas 713439 There are sixteen congres sional districts tn Missouri an aver age of 44589 votes In the total But there were 81318 votes In the Tenth Missouri District about twice too many In comparIson With the others The voters ot the Tenth are getting only half the repreSentation they aro entitled to This district In population was nearly 50000 to largebe fore St Louis County was crammed late Jt to get rid of the countys 5000 Republican majority The mountains- of Kentucky are outgerTmandered In St Louis and St Louis county Globe Democrat Separate Waists for Autumn It Is a happy bit ot news to most women that Fashion Is not only ap proving but emphasizing the vogue of the separate waist for autumn says Grave Margaret Gould In Womans Home Companion for September The costume blouse will divide honors with the shirtwaist and woman the world over separate waist as far as USe fulness goes Is well known and this coming season It will add to Its prac tical and economical qualitieS an un usual measure of good looks In the guise of a costume blouse It will lend Its charm and effectiveness to the plain tailored suit making 1 appropriate for many vn1nlnv s SEND IIEjYOURBOY tMatheny Batts I Vanderbilt School Training i ELKTON a KENTUCKYt t A limited select school Col lege trained teachers Students inirstates Equipment valued at 45 3cr 000 Electric LightsSteam Heat lY- Hot and Cold Baths Moral Sur 44 roundings excellent No saloons IExtremely healthful location 3 4 000 spent on improvements this +sl summer We take boys from 12 years of fitage up carefullytrainedhim while he is young lY The nineteenth year of the 7Write Catalogue 1 Address All Communications to MATHS NY i BATTS Prilricipale t t Ii I I f j Jtr 4- y o 1 1 r FC A9 FORTUNE f f IN TURKEYS Federal Exhert Says They Are Best Layers JK Believes They Will Eaentually be Developed and Lay More Eggs Than Chichens tatgoOd turkey eggs are they would eXert every effort to Obtain tern W N Irvin a trust eXPert of the department of agriculture has this to say about the relative merits Of turkeY and or dlnery hen eggs Some time ago Ir vin strongly urged the raising of turkeys for laying rather than eating purposes I His convictions on that sub ject hate been strengthened materIally since then There Is no earthly b reason why a breed of turkeys can not be produced that will lay as many eggs as highly cultivated hens he said To my mInd It would be a highly profitable Industry For eX ample It a man would produce such a breed of laying turkeys In tile vl clnlty Of the national capital and would contract to supply one or marc I Of the leading hotels with a sufticl- ent number or eggs to make them a regular feature Of the bill Of fare It would be an easy matter to Obtain GO cents a dozen for then Years ago when I was n boy folk I On the farm used to be satisfied ta have a cow give milk three months In a year and to make three pound or butter each weeks during that Per- Iod Now they want 20 pounds ort butter a week from a really firstclass dairy cow and milk 365 days In the year The same rule should apply to turkeys The time has long since passed when It was really profitable to feed a turkey a year end then sell It for food Alter six or eight 1generatlans turkeys could be develop 11 to a point where theY would lay In the neighbOrhood Of 150 eggs a year In double that time they could be made to lay 200 eggs and even k better Irvin declares that the turkeys will come into Its Own as a laying bird just as soon as some live man or alongihave been developed to a lsoint where they have laid 240 eggs a year There Is no earthly reasons why turkeys should not In time 40 quIte as well he said And 200 turkeys eggs would be worth a lot more money a than can be realized from any hen eggs Settings of turkey eggs from stock guaranteed to lay tram 160 eggs upwards would sell very high And a readY market for the eggery for eating and cooking purposes would be found almost anywhere A little advertising of the wareS would bring quick results along this line Irvin eats two turkey eggs every morning and declares that he will con tlnue to do so oilS long ns lie can get thtiIL Mrs Irvin also Is very fond of the eggs so they make no trouble in the family Irvin Is tklnk 11upanalong In years and is willIng for some younger man to beat him to It but ho wants to see a laying brEdt t CASTORIAFor Infanta and Children The Kind You Ha a Always OUhtr Bears the Signature of A Tobacco Fortune The fortune Of 12000000 acumu- lated by the late George S MYers one Of the founders Of the Liggett Myers Tobacco Company St LouIs will be found to have been divided among his three daughters and his only grandchild Goo Myers 1Churchn The will It Is expeetedwill be opened within the next few days MYers died In Pasadena Cat several days ago The statement Is made by members of the familyy that the grandsonwho Is sixteen years Of age will Inherit about 6000000 Outright HIs mother tand his aunts probably will receive i 1000000 or more eaCh His mother to who was GeorgleMyersls marvlede to Hcrbert S Coppell her eecoud hus band and lives at TenatlyN J Mrs Babcock has adopted a little girt the daughter ofa deceased friend It Is believed that the foster child will also lie remembered generously in the win i Under thldprobable dltrlbutJon scatrI r i i ntt tt x s and Pacific Coasts George MYers Church was In St Louis at the tu ileralOf his grandfather two woe ago and Is described as a handso lad of rectlsoldlerly bearIng Inhllr ted front tho tobacco magnate who was devoted to outdoor sports George S flyers was born sevent Y five years ago In Sf Charles counti and entered the tobacco busineSs Wentzvllle During the Civil War h remove to Alton and became a partner of James T Drummond Later hu formed a partnership with John E Liggett and they rapidly Jecame rich They sold out at a largo pre to the Tobacco Trust several yea agoTobacco Tidings State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County ss Prank J Cheney makes oath that he le genior partner Of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business In the City ot TOledo County and State aforesaid and that sold fIrm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED UOLLA ft for each and eVery case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me null subscribed In my presene this 6th day of De ceniber A ll 1886 A W GLEASON Seal Notary pUblic Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter Wally and acts directly on the blocd and mucous surfaces of the systee Send for testimonials tree F J CHIVEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by all Drugglstti 75c Take Halls Family piUs for tonsil potion m Cure All In Close Following closely on the hobble skirt for women conies an innovation In mens clothIng that will be Seen tar the first time thIs tall Tho new thought Originated In Chicago It will mold the figure andc accordingg to demonstrations made by designers will accomplish the tallowII ling changes In the appearance Of a man Of OrdInary build without thejl aid Of artificial means such as Padding It Make a slender man look athletic Reform the shape of a man who has a tendency toward rotundIty Or sto mach It GIve a chesty appearanco to a man who Is never known to take phy- sIcal exercises The secret Of the neW styles pow or to change the wearers shape lies In Its design The trousers are made to fit closely around the waist just above the hips but not In such n manner to produce the feeling Or tight ness that comes tram wearing n cor setFrom the Chicago Tribune Saved From the Grave I had about gIven up hope alter nearly four years Of suffering iron severe lung trouble writes Mrs M L Dix of Clarksvllle Tenn 0 ten the pain III my cheat would be almost unbearable and I could not da any York but Dr Kings New Dlscov has made me wee lllo a new person Its the best medicine made for the throat and lungs Obstinate coughs stubborn colds hay fever na la grippe asthma croup bronchitis and hemorrhagesshoarsenuss cot whooping cough yield quickly to thu wonderful medicine Try It 50c 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists m he Way They Kick in Kansas A story was told me while In Iran secs when the lint prallle winds Were blowing and amId the speeches Of tho- qhautauquas of the Kansas way of up lifes warp Ho was young sari had just graduated from law schot His resources were exhausted but lie bravely swung forth his shingle and frosted nut no clients stoPPed on side Of the street Ills office was duo and his clothes Were becoming N shIny but he went to his otrlce wIth a regularity that would QIndicate a thriving prattles He was deep In an ImagInary case and whenG the authorities were all noted and argument preparal he started torte down town and thrashed the Mayors son whom ho met 1st tile street The act aroused the rIghteous Indlg- natlan of the townsmen arid he faced an angry court But In his testimo- y he was able to Include a sharp attack on the Mayor and his adminis ration he quoted law from Lycurgus a and Solon and gave them the page number and chapter every time Tlro case was continued and sent up to a hIgher court at last It reach a ed the Supreme bench and theyoung Sh man made the most Of its opportunity show his ability as a lawyer He lost the case and paid his tine cheer ully for he had established tar him selra practice which assured his fu tomThe sentiment In Kansas today seentB to be that la Order to do things you must attack somebody In some think sari made a good dent with a ly strong klckJoe Mitchell Chappeb tor101yIni and his 4 J MOUNT HOOD ksFOR NATIONAL PARK e Many Thousand Will Then be tDrawn to The ePeace Portland Ore Oct 6Mount Hood will be made a National park Ita movement now under way Is succeSS Henryraare prepay eel for circulation all over the State 01 Oregon These I atltlons ask t federal government to withdraw part of fount Hood now In the CarIest reserve and other portions ded In United States properties malt- Ing of the whole a great bark slnl tar to the Yellowstone and Grater LakeT11r Wemme to ask eVery onimerciah organization In the state Oregonfinthousands at tourIsts to the note Park It Is through by portland PeO- ple that the protect Is an entirely feasible one and that the Govern moat will give It official sanction The Portland Automobile Club will Is aid tile movement of circulating Ile- tltlons and In urging along the eS- tablishment or the now reservation While It Is recognized that Mount Hood has not the varIed sights of the Yellowstone Park still the snow capped peaks the glaciers and snowfields and tile comparative ease with which tsarists can scale the moun nln which has an nlttltudeat over 11000 feet male It particularly at tractiveThe proposed park could be made easily accessible from this city and readily be converted fate a great natural show place at n corn ely small cost With Mr- iVemnie actively at worst on the pro there Is little reason to doubt will be accomplished as Stops the Cough heals the Luags IQUICKS COUGH EDlCINB not better then any other money back J C MENDENNALL MEDICINE CO PVANSVILLI IND Insurgency Didnt Insurge in OhioaThe home state ot president Taft has furnished many Interesting den velopmeuts Ohio politics burs alU ways been of Ule livewire sort The f tact that Governor Harmon Is n most likely candidate for the Democratic nominator has spurred on the Ohio nepublleans to got busy In n wayN nthatColumbustone terestlug conventions of the summer There was a large attendance of deln over thousand t1andwith the oldtime spirit In the old time way when McKinley and Hanm stud Foraker trees having their atgroat struggles for supremacy The excitementJames R Garfield the son ot n presI dent threw down the gauntlet as the champion of Insurgency But the Insurgency didnt long In Ohio The response to thebi mention or the names Of President Taft and Senator Foraker show sw bF Ohio has booome indeed of residents The loyal enthusIasticIe hearty and uncompromlslnng follow Ing of Ohio men for their leaders has long been a please ot American politics not surpassed In any other state Joe Mitchell Chapel In This Pres- Idential Sldrmlsb for 1JI2 In the aUonal Iagazlne for October UlCkCold and Medicine to cure Colds and LaGrippe in 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia iu 30 minutes At druggist or by mall blJA Dilemma fUMarried I find this correspondence business said the traveling man accor ding to the Baltimore Evening Sunlavery unsatisfactory thing 1m mean this correspondence between U man of Impulsive nature and his Impla putsive wile For Instance hero letter tour days old from my wife- e says shes having the happiest sort or a time with a lot of very congenial ladles who like the came of games she doesher life at the sea of sldeand goodness knows the girl deserves It for shes been held flown ighty close all year Now thats all rIght nut a few days ago her letters were Wild walls dId complaint and worrynerves on and or curse But they stirred my nervesa man Is always a bear when bE Rife fella hIm shes miserable I wrote back lnttmatfug WIth L a h + some sarcasm that while I was ap propriately sorry for her misery I Couldnt do anything on earth to al- levfate It 1 had helped her get to the seashore was doing the best I couldwell and map knows what Id write Now right In the midst of this happiness or hers this letter ot mine will fall like a corpse at a wedding And when I write again- and tell hr how happy this letter made me she will be blue aU over the one I sent before Then shell write mll while altos that way and before I get It shell be happy again apd Ill be miserable and trernorseful and repentant when her letter comeS lied will write her so and shell get usts II m happy fussed Its the worst hltchlclck existence In the world The only way for marrIed l100111e to live to together They should en the same things at the same time he other Way even If a fellow Is having nit enjoyable time he feels hos only halt enjoying It because the joy Is not shared mild U hos lu tough straits and a good deal of a baby lie feels abused and In need of the right kind of care nail Jollying The Deamon of the Air the germ ot La0r1p1e that breaths In brings suffering to thousands Its attar effects are WlllICUeSs nervousness loch of appetite enel gy and ambition with lIisorllered liv er sari kidneys The greatest used then Is Electric Bitters the slliend- Id tonic blood purifier and regulator of Stomach Liver and Kidneys Illolls ands have proved that they wonder fully strengthen the nerves buildup the system and restore health and good spirits after an attack of Grip It suffering try them Only 60c Ier- fect satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists rat The Beauty Corner Womanly beauty Is about as rare birds with lour legs according to an Italian ot wealth mid title who has just Published some Interstlng statistics In La Roma According to this Italian statistician among th + French only one woman In every 200 has any claim to beauty hIs own rar yIelds a Possible one In et nry 221JO Spanish women of beauty COlllcIn th same prossortiou Thus Gorman wmn1l- he refuses to consider beautiful at England he says has the glat est number of beauties or say on of unmixed blood the Ileredl being one In eely 1200 This conservative italian critic ruses to consider Auuricahs nil a race because ho says thlr ml too polyglot Considering the one sty York however he finds tlpl beauties than In any foreign city about one In every 1U00 And br beauties he says he dos not mean perfect beauties by any weans H0 merely those with a few gOod features and no ectOnUIclty to mar The cruelty of this Italian geutl + whose only distinction has been gained by his present statistIcs seems first glance to be wholly un hrls flan At best ho can only pid out the women who are beautiful accord to his own standards 1Va are sure that acre are no women who are not deemed bpmlffful by SOUl body or other therefore tell must beautiful One moos opinion Is as goodas anotherlIIover rar I however one mar thud eousldIlIII in tho Italians remise with Igarel to one beautiful wOUlan In every 1200 to Now York Ilaw coulll the percentage be higher when Wash luston has corn0r d time ularktY From the washington U e pOst Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIAp Real Estate GO Acres of the finest Rougli river land located throe miles treat Hartford About 20 acres In cultivation Good dwelling and out lmlhl- Ings A bargain for 1250 S We have 900 acres of fine bottom 1Irom one and a halt to two ot Hartford part of It wIth Also about 75 acres of up nd belonging to the same traot Terms easy I 180 Acres of land two miles south Roslae On a tree delivery route out Beaver Dater 30 acres bottom land about 20 acres timber land and the rest of It lallly good upland Five room frame two story house t1oO barns and good tenant house plen orchard never failing well In yard horse lot and spring In easy rench ot the house In good repair Must soldd and will be sold at a bargain Apply to BARNETT SMITH t aHartford Ky The mud You lLvo Always Bought and which has 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for future use BUSINESS COLLEGEL taooaroaTan Second and Walnut Strete LOUiSVILILL KY- enj t ll- t ef 0 L ff rage L Hertford Republican Batorad according to Uw at the PoctoDlc CI j Bartford Kj a man matter ol the Meond drMr Co U BARNETT EDITOR Tsnara027 S- Oumczlan 40- aouch 31vezo 2 FRIDAY OCTOBER 7 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Judge Court of Appeals JUDGE J ALLEN DEANla For Congress DR D Vf CADDIE The trouble with the milk trust Is that It Is after all the cream President Taft Is at least In fa vor of conservation when It comes to the Pork barrel Notwithstanding the Hughes Anti gambling law a big game was pulled off at Saratoga the other week The Democratic party In New York has gone out in defense of the constitution No doubt the country feel s considerably safer now A Chicago woman killed a tailor because be presented a bill which she could not change Other tall ors should take warning The Republicans will again elect their State ticket in Kentucky next year provided men are nominated who stand close to the peoplei It seems that New York is sure toi have a direct primary law hereafter as both the Democratic and Republican parties endorsed this system in their platforms It is said that In Austria there Is only one privately owned railroad The others are operated by the gov ernment and no strike has ever oc curred upon any of thesewMr Roosevelt says that people have a perfect right to criticise the opinions of the Supreme Court Won dir If he is willing to make the same concession to the people con cerning the opinions of an Ex pres- Ident thedewTammany Hall ran York Democratic convention from first toI last The delegates openly taking orders from boss Murphy This has no doubt often occurred before but here tofore it has been scrupously con sealed We have always been In favor o the primary election plan over conI ventions and we see no reason whtanyone should not be who is willing to trust the people It Is only a question of whether or not the Peo pie are capable of self government Kentucky Kernels Secretary of State Den L Bruno- bas been in Now York attending th meeting of the National Republican League The Hon Tom L McGregor As ulstant Attorney General will male several speeches In the Tenth distric- in the Interest of Congressman John W Langley At Danville last Saturday R L Swell Republican nominee for Con gress from the Eighth district with drew from the contest The reasons given by Mr Ewell for abandoning the fight for the seat In Congress now held by Representative Harvey Helm Democrat Is tho health of himself and wife The retiring candidate Is a minister of the Christian church and is about eighty years old Hugh Miller Clerk of the Circuit Court of Rockcastlo county was nom mated to take the place of Mr Ewcll on tho Congressional ticketv United States Senator W O Bradley will be the big gun of the Republican party In the oratorical field during the progress of the campaign The Senator will make the opening speech In the Fifth Congressional districta October 16 He is tow devoting his efforts to the Interest of his party in the Eighth district Congressman Ollle James who Is a candidate for United States Senator against Senator Paynter wants the Senatorial nomination decided i by a primary or a convention composed of delegates selected by the different counties It Is said that Mr James ed 10 not wedded to either plan but simply Insists that the nomination be made jp a way that the will o the people acting In their direct capacity nay control the choice of can a dldateclfife Hon Robert Worth Bingnam M been making some stirring spe0ch din his race for the Court of frg Sfa Mr Blniham la a Dent trail running on a Republican horn Jsatlon and his platform la for a r nonpartisan judiciary and the ton of bossism M C Rankin says that there Is n any sort of doubt about him defeat ing Congressman J Campbell Can trell in the Seventh district Its BRankinhave never been defeated for an office In my life never failed to make a crop a single year since 1 was old enough to plant one and never bought a pound of meat snce 1 was born till I was elected Commissioner of Agricultur and you simply call beat a man with a record like that my boy Nope theres nothing to It you cant beat him Representative Ohio James fag go to be one of the main speakers for the Democratic party In the can poise that Is on Senator Paynter will also make a number of speeches tor the party over the State It is said that In tho event of h election to the next House of Repre sentatives former Lieut Gov Will- Iam P Thorne ottho good County 01 Henry will be a candidate tor the Speakershlp It Is being whispered around among wise Republicans that at expiration of the term of Augustus E Wlllson Governor of Kentucky his old friend Senator Bradley Is go- Ing to say a good word for him at the White House and see that he gets a Federal appointment that will be equally as good in point of honor and salary as the Governorship of Kentucky The Governor says that he is going to resume the practice of law which when he became Governor was one of the largest and most lu crates in the State but it would be very difficult Indeed for him his back on such a favor as It id the Senator is going to arrange for him WALTONS CREEK Mr Chester Rowe and family who went to Arizona sometime ago in search of a more healthful location have returned Mr Rowe thinks Ari zona Is too hot and dry We all heartily welcome Mr Rowe and fam y back to their old Kentucky homo hich we are glad to say not sell thoydldI Mr Alvin Ross and famll relatives near Beaver Dam Satunl- and Sunday Mr J W Carter and family and Sire Fanny Allen of Matanzas WereII the guests of W P Maddox There was quite a large crowd at the entertainment at Mr John St Clams Saturday nighttSirs Arthur J is visiting relatives In this commu nity Mr Wing Ross and family Rockpo rt Mr John Rone and family Center town Mr Walter Knot Matanzas t 1and Will Tlchenor and family were the guests of Mr and Sirs T H Den on Sunday We had quite an Interesting School at the church Sunday Misses Norma Bvlle Ida Coffmannnd Annie Et only and Messrs Silas Mar vin and Ellis Bell Rowe Condit fluada Fritz Jenny Matanzas were welco conrothersnwe The Jewish New Year On Monday evening and Tuesda RittHashannah or New Years Day of the year Mil Tho meaning and purpose of this festival is not set forth expllcity in the Bible we are left to Infer thom from the scriptural titles of the day The Memorial of Blowing of Trump sty Lev XXIII 24 and the day of lowing the Trumpet Numbers XXIX as well as from the fact that the Jewish New Year is the seventh new moon of the Hebrew calendar In the Blbllca age every new moon was regarded as a solemn occasion and the seventh the sacred as especially so It became the day of the blowing of the trumpet par excellence remind ing the Israelites that a now period of time begins and that no occasion could be more appropriate for the en deavor after a new life for amend mont and reconcllllation with God It was the day of Memorial when Israel felt himself held by God In merciful i remembrance But It Israel would have God mindful of him he must be mindful of his responsibilities to Him and to mans higher nature The symbolic act of sounding the Shop her or rams horn which Is perform In the synagogues In Obedience to the scriptural preceipt Is intended to tilltg It Is a solemn occasion though not mournful one It is a day of astened memories a day of refer ingoa mans frailty of character Bui beneath this sombro sense of weak tberetJtirene certitude of Gods justice and mere1w t 3 i1trJ13 + HEPUBLIGANS OR6ANiZ tING FOR THE A- radley Strong Factor iyr ren a of Politics if HeDeit sires t 1 NotIt headquarters ore looked after by t Hon H Clay Howard Chairman and the lion AlvIs S Bennett Becre tary things are moving alongentlrc ly satisfactory to the Republican managers and candidates Most of the preliminary work of the approach- Ing campaign has been worked out doisto the busiest men In the country Republican politicians generally are of the opinion that UnIte Slat Senator W O Bradley will bo nbloi to name the next Republican nom- Inee for Governor If ho so desires- t At this time the Senator Is undoubtedly the leader of the party In h State and It Is said the In every district Is more than willing to be guided by his advice Senator Bradley however refuses to discuss State politics In any of Its phases and it IB not known whether he will undertake to control the situation the State or not Some persons a claiming that Caleb Powers carried the vote over D C Edwards In the Eleventh district duo tathe fact that Senator Bradley favored him discussedla this n he received the returns from the Eleventh district primary This Is merely mentioned us an evidence of the Senators strength with his party throughout the Commonwealth An other indication of Senatdr Bradley strength was shown in his ability to get the various factions of t Republican party in the Fifth into a convention In which t leaders voted unanimously not onl for the nominees of the conrneUo- but for every plank In the platfor r One of the planks in the jhlatfor m tlaySenator himself which came fro a committee made up largely of some of his oldest and bitterest enemies Tho Uepubllclan politicians are still discussing the names of Gov William H Cox Appella Judge E C OHear Attorney Goneral James Breathltt and Secretary State Ben L Bruner in connection with the Republican nomination f Governor State Auditor Frank 1I James was also boomed for tho nom Ination for Governor but within tile past few days he has announced to his friends that he will not be a can- dIdate i for any office and expects to ayetire about the end of his present term of office if not before to his big blue grass farm In Mercer county where be expects to live qultely as private citizen muCOOL SPRINGS Oct 5 Miss Lola Whalin returned home Monday from a wwks vis- It at Centertown Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hoskins an tylittle daughter Mercer Mines visit George Benson Saturday and ailSunday Mr and Mrs Tom Wilson of Muh lenburg county visited Mr Clarence Dennis Friday night Clayborne Wilson left for Terre Haute ind Monday Mrs Fanny Neal and children het for Tulsa Oklahoma October 3 Mr J B Dennis lost a nice hors e last Sunday Mr Roscoe Wllsonof Butler coun tywas the guest of Clarence Dan e Saturday night Mr and Mrs Joe Tate and lift son Glonn of Beaver Dam and Mr lfttlr son Latnle of Prentls were guests of Mr 3L M Tate Sunday The protracted mooting began Jto Monday night We hope to have a good meeting Mr and Mrs S O Fogle are the babyMrIs visiting his brother John fl11guI son tills week Moody Sends in His Resignation Beverly Mass Oct B Associate Justice William H Moody of the United State Supreme Court has ton dered his resignation to President Taft to take effect November 20 The President wrote to Justice Moody who Is at Magnolia accepting the resignation and expressing hla hlghE regard for the retiring Jurj t in retirement Justice Moody will receive full pay of an active member of the court = 12000 a year lt It had been known since early summer that Justice Moodywroitl He personally njadaK owB hU Intentions to the President tin bhpu r would bo molt Convenient to rteChte Executive Taft stated that he bad no In Yetenton of appointing any federal jus sesslonlf1Congress lido Moody to take ills one time The enabling act passed In behalf of judge I odwho has not served a sum cleat length of time to Permit of ordinaryjJustice Moody has been ill for more 11than n year Despite the fact hathe- e had known for some time that Mr Moodya retirement was inevitable the President saId that he had accepted the resignation with great reluctance Mr Taft holds Justice Moody In hlg regard as a lawyer and Juristand 1feels that he will be a great loss to the Supreme Court bench When be shall have appointed successors to the late Chief Justice Ful ler and to Justice Moody the Presl I dent will within two years of tak i foesSupreme Court ISr j laDEFENDS THE TOWN In The Matter of the Fourth of t July Reunion of Old reSoldiers I notice Old Veteran goes after the town and the Mayor for the man ner In which the old soldiers were treated when here July 4th and A Citizen In reply says I may speak I for myself as though I were respon sible or had something to do with it Now there may not be much in this article but somebodys name will be signed to it If these old soldiers were mistreated I as Vice President of the Commercial Club and as a private citizen of the city parthepose to resent It thensoldiers I was not President of the heclub nor was I on a committee and themI affair until after famous 7 welcome address when Madlsonvllle I came to see us Then It was that Mr R A Anderson very cordially oftoadrday and a speakers stand been pro vided I would have taken great de light in delivering It But no stand and the heavy rain prevented me from taking part as I had just part ly recovered from a serene attack of pleurisy The Mayor of Madl sonville had the key the city was wide open so we had no way of pre venting the rain Now Hartford is all right and her citizens have no ill feeling for the old soldiers The old soldiers are all right and I feel sure they do not all feel like Old Veteran Some day you come back and old Hartford will show you a good time even if I have to build a speakers stand my welcomedthat we have nothing but the kind est feeling for you and that we meant you no harm JAMES H WILLlXMS For Sale One 10horse traction engine and goodtaddress N P BROWN 10t4 Mcllenry Ky NARROWS Oct 5Mr and Mrs B P Petty doughto Sunday Mrs Elva Nlel Fordsville visited 0her parents Mr and Mrs Frank Fore Mondayre and children mild Miss Delilah Wiley vis ited Mrs Renfrows parents Mr and Mrs Duke Sunnydale Sunday Mr and Mrs J H Thomas and children visited relatives la Sulphur Springs Saturday andTSunday ty Mr Bond White of Horse Branch his parents WhitenMr Emmel Willis Echols was at home Sunday tl Mr Delmer Condor and sister Miss Ina Moorman are visiting relatives here this week Mr John Maples Centertown U via M lyng his aunt Mrs lucy HIrsch for few days Miss Alma Petty DnrretbaF6rry at visited her fstherMr iPpetttthe first of the week Mr Roy Foreman who Is attend athomedMr R MKpY endolJ rural mall thqdckt 4 J1 a J t l 4 CLQSLDJ t 4t t + i 2On Account ofw to y Ao HOLIDAY J Thursday Octh L RosenblattsThe HARTFORD KYt i 4 NEARLY LOSES LIFE IN COAL MINES Earl Travis Saved From Death by Fellow Work i man Earl Travis a miner at Buford mine came near losing his life early last Friday afternoon when he was overcome by gas while entering tho l mines Immediately after a charge of dynamite had been exploded Travis with several other miner- shot a charge of dynamite in the mm and taking the elevator camp to the surface to await the disappear once of the gas caused by the com bastion The shaft which is twen I tyone feet deep he attempted to reenter the mine but there were no signs of any gases While attempting to go to t place where the shot was placed which was fifteen feet from the i Travis was overcome and wool 1eimmediatelow workman by the name of Qo don i Gordon brought Travis to the surface and called Dr J A Kirk first it was though Travis was dead but he was sufficiently revived whe Dr Kirk arrived to talk Travis will recover SMALLHOUS Oct 6Mr CLD Ross wife u little son and Mr Berry Brown an wife werqguOllts of lIIr and Mrs del Wlthrpw ot JJuhinburg coo n Sunday y i lglhearty Greer and Masters jtiiiard and J B France were 11tJ OpPl Kit 13MhidayMr France lm little MlMtt Irene guests Mr and Mi Fulkeifcbn 4Mriwlth birltfierMrnnbiwIgletie rt the tome of Mr Cloak IBlehsart nM Moorman MlMtyary Blackburn rCeatraf City was the guest of hire Alva Caltoway recentlya t i jMid Rbbjjrt punier abb daugA Mraj C Dralfe en t to Sou Cartolltol xMunJayvfeBi 1awt Mewrs Dli French ot dignangb jRBdMr v Jas S Trunnell of UUca who hero guts of Mr Hunter Saturday night and Sunday I vidtedher MaudIhome also IMiss Annie Bishop is the guest ot Mrs Joe Bullock who has en quite sick but Is much better havesOpplaKlttlagerWood daughler andsatetherby a mule but is not thought to be dangerously hurt Fiscal Court jFiscal Court closed yesterday af oewere taken to complete thotworkltig of the roads and the overseerj t In each district was to continue the work until all the roads putrgood condition At that time tho road graders will be brought to Hart 1Atseason roads which willltworked by other means and It Is belled that Within a few weeks tlio betIIshowlingRough Creek at Hltes Falls was fI ibintlonal member Of said commltteo and that rsteps be taken io causo torpr9JlO1ijqJmI Conti lloIbee= yepotted h isW ldrtnaf Fleav Tin Woodrwaril1 and BittWetr Smith in opea court riIand ieepnbe set fJa 4Itihat oilytOhioM- I ereotanAtitltygtFIBCSIuCourCtG ofdJ 1 ItJ V I l fP t PAIRSJ r oAT SUITS unMcCap No 3631 =A suer it pays to 1 Hartford Republican OCTOBER 7 I Table At Beaver Dam Ky- rorlh iound 6oalh No 121 dalli a m Nollydnelfr8 P m NoIO1 due 248 p m o109dae48pm Nolllldu8A5p- mr i H dC E Railroad Time Table follow 1nr times NORTH BUND 112729 a m Passenger Daily 114340 p man Mixed Dalley except e Sunday SOUTH BOUND 115926 a DL Mixed Daily except Sunday 113146 p m Passenger Dally See FaIrs nowSkirts 1 New Persian Silks at Fairs 1 BeautiesFairs LadieS Suits Fairs Is the place to buy Mlilln ory PatricianShoes women ut i Fairs Largest selection of Millinery at Fairs No doubt about Fairs new Fall Dress Goods being upto= date See J thew Economy Fruit JarsSee samples canned In ourwlndow I I Hartford Grocery Co loir W WLloyd and wife Bar i u reUs FerrY are viaiting Judge and MrslR R Weddilgctty- c I The sterling SUItS are the beat made Notblpg shoddy Wet well and tit well FOuULiat Fairs III beireach1ng atMt1 ItHermon Methodist church next Sun 1 J ty3t 447 at U m andnightat 7- 11frh EfM RTweddelt a former lld t Hartford Is very leiot- ypholdfever t- Ji at tilw residence at Cal JboPIl f + IMI JeUeGlenn daughter of Judge and Mrs J s Glenn who has 1 beeDo1theslcklIst for the past r Mweek is improving 1Leare ytier Laundry atCleveoIler- iIt k el le 1 r flL t I xc 4amdry Ceaopsuy lileerporate4 U Jr r 4 n OJI l I x t r7 The Coat Suitprop osition has come to stay and realizing thiswe have supplied ourselves well with the latest in styles and weaves Of course we want to sell to you but more especially at this time we want the pleasure of show= ing you what we be= lieve to be the most up4omdate Coat Suits in Ohio county Our prices vary according to the cloak from 1110 to 25 Remember Trade SaveslYou Money Go Ik IFRIDAllllnolsCentraIRaliroadTlme- I Eonnd- No18rdue405ain Kyj aiuvlledivery tIr Timothy Seed at Fords at U25 Wear Finis Ci Tfing and go well dressed Fairs Millinery Opening was a big success What about your Tailored Suit Fairs have them Now for Fall Footwear None better than Fairs Fertilizer for sale by W E Ellis llU The Produce Man FOR SALEGood sow and pigs lIt2 WAlTER ALLEN It ps to buy Millinery at Fallll Stock largest Prices lowest Pure Greene per pound 10lb lots 28c Hartford Grocery Co Misses Bertha Brawn and Llzzle Moore Rochester were the guests of relatives In town Saturday and Sun day Mrs S K Cox left Tuesday to lJe the guest of her daughter Mrs Charles Rogers Elkton Ky for SeV eral las Mr Wm Holmes and sister Mrs F H Allen of Hawesville Kyare visiting the latters daughter Mrs John B Wilson Messrs James Shepherd Prentis Bruno Frye Narrows Esq C V MllesFordsvllleand T D DUke near Sunnydale were among our callers Tuesday Mr JT Felix who had been visiting his son Dr C W Felix Ola ton and looking ufterhls farm for the past ten days has returned homerMessrs C M Barnett and John B Wilson are In Shelbyville Ky at tending the state Grand Lodge of Knights Cpythlas which Is iii session there this week- I MrsE A Smith and infant son E A SmlhIr who have been th gucstOffbo farmers wotherneai Rockport return fo her homo of Red Bay AlabamautedAesday- Mr lvaNalaandwife who have been s J9 rnJ g et mtbArk arrived In are 11a114eotherMrvlslUn Mr Nail In contemp atln64laoUngto Hart ford thom backrre- SupernteiWent HenLeach doe 10 heABuparlatda- deatateh14e as tRen the oisepefill pjr9a bagd eat- urdtay Oc Qb tQ regular pay 4qy I 4qat 1Otyr tolet t 4 tQ 1fo J W Aflse Minnie Renfrow Bowling Green Ky1s the guest of Miss VOtna Duke city Mrs Jatnos Lyons and littlo daugh ter Dorcas are attendIng the lair atOwensboro this week Dr A C Foster of Owensboro came over In his automobile Sunday to vllllt a patient at Beaver Dam returning tho same day Ho was accompanied only by his c ufteurlt Mr J A who recently ac copted a position with the Owensboro Messenger Owensboro as makeup man was the guest of We parents Judge and Mrs R R Weddlngclty Sunday and Monday Mr L Al Uhads of Deanlleld has moved with his family to Hart ford and Is occupying the Dr Rhoads residence on Main street Mr Rhoads comes to Hartford to get the benefit ot the high school here Mr and Mrs J lRosenblatt left Monday morning for Loulsllle and other eastern cities whets they will spend the next ten days replenish Ing their fall stock of goods Mr N Rosenblatt HawesvUle wlll keep store for them while away Mr L AIate of Sesser Ill Is spending a few days with his Broth er Mr A E Pate city Mr Pate who has been engaged In the restau rant business at Sesser Is prospect Ing with the view of locating In Hartford It he can secure a suitable building Mr Joseph Reid died at hl3 residence near Prentls last Friday after several months Illness His remains were burled In the Rogers burlng grounds Saturday Mr Reid had passed the threescore and ten year mark and leaver four sons and three daughters his wire having preceeded him six years County Court convened In regular session Monday and with about tho same amount ot routine business The will of Mrs Matilda Armenllt was offered proven and ordered to record Mrs Armendt was the wife of the late Henry Armendt having died several years prior to his death Why the will was never probated before Is not known Mr Green 8 Shepherd died at his residence at Prentls last Wednesday of pneumonia Uncle Green as he was commonly known had been In declining health for several months His remains were Interred at the Providence church burying grounds at 3 oclock p m last Thursday The deceased was In the seventysixth year of his ago and leaves one son and a daughter his wire having preceded him twelve years ago The Republican Executive Committee of Ohio County met at tho Courthouse lkst Saturday afternoon and was called to order by chairman n- B Martin The meeting was for the purpose of electing a campaign chairman and seoretary The result WlIs the election or W S Tinsley as chairman and Owen Hunter as SeC retary for the present campaign These selections are good oneS anal the campaign will be In safe and competent hands The Ohio County Medical Assocln- tion met In HartforU WodneS lay and was attended by a fairly good number of members The doctors or Hartford entertained the other mom bers present at dinner a represon- tatlva of each ot the HarUorlt paper being likewise Invited A bountiful repast was hIghly enjoyed espeelaily by an editor A move Is on foot backed by a number of the loading physicians of the county to establish a hospital In Hartford This Is a commendable undHtnldng and should receive the hearty support of everyone Good Horse for Sale I have a good 7 year old work horseI for sale ALBERT RIAL Hartford R F D No1 Revival Services The meeting In progress at the Christian church here continues tho the rain has hindered somewhat Large audiences have been the rule t and the preacher W J Clarke IsI proving himself a capable minister of tho word Miss Myers Is ploaaing all with her beautiful solosUnU her capable leadership of the congregational 8lnglnl the meeting wlll continue for Mother week and the foe lowing subjects hi1v6 been tmnounQo by the evan llst Friday Oct 7Why be aChristian Saturday OCt 8Many EJtcuaee Sunday Oct 9 11 a mThe Mls slop slid Growth of the Church of Christ T pc moTheSottIofa Man Monday Oct 10The Dfvlnb bits slonr 1- 11I1csday Oct 11 =Peters Cant e slon 1 Wednesday OctI 12t The Vnanswer able Question ThuJsday ot t3rhre Stern Al- ternaUvee I J1 i aervicew acre held TueadayWednesday Tlumday and- FridiiyM Ii i and thebPenlagserv- Iee e at lOdNtlclfYil NYi If rJe y MEtHODIST CONFERENCE aAT RUSSEUCVIEE 1- Closes Aftera Weeks Session Rev Virgil Elgin Returned to Hartford Church rThe Loulsllle Annual Conference closeda nlcasant and harmonious SeRI son nt Russellvillo last Monday at noon Bishop John C Kilgo the preIsldedlnone pr work was eminently satisfactory and his frequent addresses to the conkrenco were practical and nt times was with ultoUon and power and It Is boiled will be of at abiding effect Ills address on Thursday evening on Christian Education w sconceeded to be the ablest ever heard by the confea ence or In that city which Is an educational center It was gratifying to note there had been many convet- sions during the year and at Incr1se himembership of about 4000 The charges generally are giving a better support to the ministry The assess ment for Foreign Mission of 1140000 ndlwehope the effects will be of untold benefit to the church The GUllren1 desire of the presiding bishop was n general revival and awakening and the response of the conference was a hearty Amen The following appontments were made for the Owensboro district Presiding elder=RevS J Thompso- nOwensboroSettle Memorial DI Lewis Iowel- lWoodlawnS C only FrayseravenueJ O Smithso- nBreckenrldgestreetW C WloS Owensboro clrcultT C Duvall Beaver DamA L Moth CalhounJ T Cherry CentertownR D Bennett Central CltG W Humme- lClovcl1lOrtI E Lewis FordsvllleC S Harper GreenvilleG B Dillon Greenville clJcultE D Ryan HartfordVirgil Elgin Haw sIIILIl S Gillette MaceoW II llckerso- nLivermoreJoe lowe LenvisbtlrgD S aupbel- lRonaeW I E Dtlley- RochesterW W prine SaeramcntoJ T Demonbrum South GarrolltouA J Pate- CENTERTOWN Oct 4 Miss Maggie Baker Is vis fling her sister Mrs R Salvers of West Virginia C C Miller and family have mov ed to London 1y where Mr Millar will take charge of IIn Ax llandl factoryMr Nat Arbuelde and wife or Weir City Kansas visited friend and relatives at this place last weok Mr James Baker or Denver colo Is visiting his parents this week E M Davis has accepted alIOs tlon In Loulsvlllc where he and his wife have moved Miss Bertie Ganditt who has beent on the sick list Is able to be out again E S McMillan Is having his yes hlence on Walnut street replllrLIl W F James and wlto have mo0 to Louisville where Mr Jani has tte- cepted a position andII J R L Mason and daughter sills s Dessle are In Louisville buying their new goods IsIand McHenryCROMWELL Oct 4We are VOlT dry and wells are low Dr Pal T Willis attended the Stat Medical Association nt Lexington lust week A great many from hero and neat hero went to Mr R B Martins at Hartford Sunday All enjoYed the day very much Uncle Nat Arbuckle stopped ever a few hours with Mr and Airs J Alex Rhond on his way to GllstraIa- Moi l y He formerly lived In the- county s but has been In Weir City Kansas for a number ot years H- Is e now 82 years of ago His wlte passed going to Gilstrap Sunday II1 Delmer Stewart Mr Jesse BaIze Miss Joloy Keown and Mist Claudl James front Seleetwere here SudtlayThey went to Hlghvlew MrS Dr Willis mother visited hetb last week returning home YeS terday A Sister of Mrs Dr Allenwho had been visiting bete for two weeks left torherbowe Sundays Pwoof Mr Net Embrys brothers r Bdtiettatvn wereyUero MoodayNght Mr Oea Mule representing the 1 t Owensboro Hardware Coas here yesterday Mr Charles James Leitchtleld was here Sunday to see his brother T A James Ho was accompanied by his daughter I Sunday School and praYer meeting- are progressing nicely tIny much good be done Bro Black of Morganfleld passed here Saturday going to Warren church Butler county to begun a revival at that place Saturday night It will continuo n period of two westks May success crown his efforts Mr Noah Cooper of this lllaceI moved Sunday to Simmons I Two tamllllti 1 msscd Saturday moviIng to Simmons Mr ttty Amos Mania was here Monday on business Messrs Pete and Ed Burton of Mercer passed here enrouto to Baize town Sunday Mr and Mrs Cites Hudson Sitnmon visited relatives near Balz town Sunday Mr George Dennis has gone to the Owensboro fair this week Mr J D Arbucklo is looking utter hiliI stock during his absence Grand Lodge Knights of PythI ias in SessIon ShelbyvlIle Ky Oct 4More thanI 400 delegates had registered this morn when the annual session of thej ling of Pythias Grand Lodge was at the Crescent Thaeter atII 10 oclock and later trains brought In a number of additional visitors and IIInglarge attendance of citizens lrrescnt at the theater which was handsomely decorated for the occasion Past Chancellor Leon Rothchild of Tasso Lodge this city presided and the Rev W n Anderson of the terlan church offered prayerPreslJI Or Linn T Gruber welcomed visitors on behalf of the city nUll In a very clever speecit gave the keys of the city Into tllllr liItlllng past Sprewe Chancellor W W IIlnclwullI- CSllOndlll to Mayer Grubrrs addross In It happy vela flll welronw al dress by Chancellor Couutnauder B A Logan represnthtg the local lodge and the resIonse lJy Grand Chancellor C F Saunders closed the spllochllluldng A deed hit or the session was the vholin solos by Miss llarrlctt i Rockwell Poynter of thlll city Mss Pontlr hos recently returned from studying abroad anti she comllletel captivated the visitors with her beautiful playing At the close or the open nteethtg the grouch lodge went Into executive session which continued through the I afternoon After It brief reCess for lunch at 3 oclocl this afternoon the I degree work of the Pythian sisters was exeuqllfled by the members of Esther Temple In the local lodge room lu the Odd Fellows temple and attracted many or the delegates The degree team ot Myrtle Lodge of Covington fifty strung arrived nt 7 oclock tonight over the L N and beginning at S30 oclock gave an lXll1IIJl1Cication of the rank of knight j at the tlllattr before the delegates and visiting knights Following the work a reception and Jnlpromptu dance was given In honor of the visiting knights and ladles at the theater No new candidates have developed for rand outside guard which places the winner In line for the higher of lee and It Is likely that a warm tight will result during the election of officers tomorrow between Suna tor J J Watkin or Utilon county and Charles Miller of Coving tOil for that honor Fairs Opening Was Superb Last Saturday occurred tit annual Fall Opening of Fall and Companys big department store The store was tastefully daaratal and each depart went made a fine showing There Is nn air of refinement pro valllng It the dress goads section to say the least or It nothing to offend the most cultured and artistic taste There Is a wealth of variety and richness or material that afford a choice Hat you could not expect to meet with outsldu or metropolitan fashion centers In the same department there Is seen shoes for busldoss for sent dress for full dress In aU the leath ers and In a range of pricey and styles greater than ever prtiviously shown by this fllln The Mens and Boys clothing department ron well be head quarters for mens and boys furnishings for the vast stock and great assortments displayed could surely met all wants of the men of this oity The Millner departmeJ1 was no doubt the chief attraction cot the ladles who attended the opening bat u yThe showing vas mtnple- So tp warted so latere BtlugyWntere Js little else to be dC tL S YOUTH SEEKS TO- REUNITE PARENTS Son of Kentuckians Make a Pa thetic Plea Before Chi cago Court Chicago Oct GA habeas corpus proceeding before JUdge Petit to the Circuit Court showed a small boys determination to reunite his prominent Kentucky parents dlvolClll for three years Mamie L Mitchell former wIfo of Edward G DIrns clerk of the ir cult Court of Ohio county Ky was charged with abducting her son from the custody of her own parents nfttir which she brought him to Chicago and kept him In hiding Darrass and detectives found till boy here Jlad the custody of the child as the result of circuit court order Judg + Petit refused to tape the boy from father lie held the custody should rest with the Kentuckycourt Mamie L lItchell is the daughter Dr Mitchell of Bearer Dam Ky a family whose aucdHlolS wele pioneers Maurice DarrasH subject or the dispute left its chair near his father and went to his mothers side Dont you cry mother dear hi exclaimed puttJng his arms around her neck I wIsh you would giv- man It wlnipplmg and not e y It paIIJ1see If I dont And the tenyearoltl boy sought his father again aid engaged him In tlwIfatJlerI 3JtIard C iCy today began habeas corpus proceedings be fore Judge Petit to secure possession of his son Maurice aged 10 years Darrass says he secured a divorce from hula wife In 1906 and the Kentucky courts awarded custody or the boy to hula grandfather for 3 years At the expiration or this time lie says the boy was to lJc given to his father Darrass charged that on Scptem- t her 1 G the mother of the hllel got him out or Kentucky and to Chlea- i go On the showing made Judge Petit let the father have the hay un tub tomorrow when the case will be argued further The lad crying 8el1arnIThe foreghtg is the climax or nearly two weeks search for Maurice Barrass About that time ago Mr- i Darrass notified his potherInlaw that he desired to bring Ills son to Ilatford and enter him In school and directed her tu tense him ready at a certain future date Before that date arrived his foruur weft took the lad and left for parts unknown was later learned that she inch lit to Chicago nod Mr Darrass accompanied hy his attorney Mr M L Htavrln left at onCe for that point After nearly a woIs snrch they returned without havhtg located him However the matter was left in till hands of a detective aeucy tad In It few days a report collie tlutt the boy had beet locatlll Mr IIllrmSK aid tI1 Ilewvrln again wcnt to htcago and procurlotl the boy by lmbcas cor pus proceedings They arrived homo Vednesday afternoon Mules for Sale A splendid pair of mules well broko to work Will sell cheap Apily to 1lOOKER 1VILLIAMSHartford HERBERT Oct 3Mrs Ellen Iliad Fordwito of J W Ford died the 25th or September after Il long illness of cancer of the stomach Mrs Fo est Chninbers turd wife or Hickman county Ky BIo visiting relatives her- eSeelll from thlll place attended the burial of lure VUllo Corlet at Karnus Grove yesterday- Air C W Phillips who had a stroke of paralysis two months ago Is sl t1y Improving Messrs Pate and Leonard Taylor have started their saw mill neat hers Mr Carl Floyd wire and children have returnee from Florida where thEY have been for the past year 1r Earl Douthett of Synthla vhs Ited at Mrs Sallie Floyd Saturday tight Miss Maltie Milligan Is on nn ex tended visit to Owensboro Misses Myrtle Durdftt Dora Helm and Mattie Barnett will attend the fair at Owensboro this week d11ss0ertrude Barnett has gone to Evansville to make her home Dr Dexter O Whlttlnghlllof Rome italy penta dir with the family of- h e uncle Chas 11 Phillips recently CZAR OF HIS SHIP The Captain of nn Ocean Line Is a Real Autocrat HIS WORD IS ABSOLUTE LAW H May if He Deems It Necessar Put a Passenger In Irons or CIp Him In a Cell and Iri Cases of Emergency Is Empowered to Take Life Imagine a mayor or a judge ot circuit court or a county sberllr or town marshal of a tlllage of 3800 lollu- llltJon scaandtborlty picking up n citizen orderln- Wm to a cell and clapping Irons hIm for safe keephlg Wouldnt the bird of AmerJcnn llb- crty set up u scream Wouldnt told nod badly cracked Liberty resonate In discord After one of the Great trnnsntlanl passenger steamships leaves the tltr mile IIl11lt of New York the passeug- le lu foreign territory on the high seas English French Germanwhnleer the hag nt the mnslbeudthe ship Is Section of UK fatherland floating In tilt lllh seas where only maritime law- regarding A its transit In tImes of pea hold nothebridge No czar bas more power within h territory than has the captain of till great Atlnntlc liner on the high sea s Ue Is on IIn island of his country owncrshlpa floating Islllnd having population ot SOO employees and 1001 jug after the welfare and safety ot ppr hops 9000 passengers lie Is prato- tlcnlly the administrative ezecutit P and judicial single individual such asAexists rarely ou the map of presetd day civilization Aside from his n thorlty over mankind he may ban 7000000 ot vessel under him to sar nothing ot the International malls nllil minions In gold In transshipment Theres the cllplaln Is a whisper Ptl bit of comment made a million time a year In the beginning of the pal sages ot great ocean steamships An d generally the captain looks the part tJs not so much his uniform tithe Ordinarily the captain Is not your g There Is gray In his hair or beard That young man In h twenties no mutter what his 81hoolIing for beginning the work lsnt cnlll11I nt a moments notice to the bridge lIe must have his hobelowot the ladder On the British passenger vesse most ot the beginners at navigntht- an deean vessel ot the first class wl IIing have bad a lieutenants commlsslOIl from the navy It Is from the royu I navy reserves that the lowest ol11cerr vacancy Is filled Filling It he has h chance to rise to the position ot en lain As to the captains authority On midnight when In a fog the WhlCStar Baltic struck the German 011 steamship Standard the Baltic needed Its captain and lIe was there III- ahlp s carpenters were rushed to th law ot the vessel and began the woof rk patching up the hole In to Baltic r steel sheathing Suppose that In a stampede of s- Dnltlcs crew its employees had rush up to fill its boats It was wlthlll thl captains power to have shat down tilt leaderto have brought about war to tIle knife revolver and rule III the terests n of his vessel and Its passvt gees Or had some passenger or pa- aengers s become panic stricken 111111 against orders menaced the welfare of the majority on the slip death wont nl s0 rigsdisciplinelain that ho be the autocrat at hi postThere are no forms or writs or war rants necessary 1liere Is no court x- iea to Which the pllllenjer or the Ieamall may give bond In that instant c- wudden great emergency which iris es the captains word I reN lieu writ ten law It Is that IIl1wrlllclI commait Jaw ot the high semis In the spirit ot which the vigihutce omlllllle1 of wild u west or the United States IOSI lawlessly lawful Today the cllplnlll or the great fluer may step limo the palatial cuhlll IIntl command order lie cony go Into II- Nmoking cnhlll ntlll stop the game of pinyinforlg ml ancient land right ot no deprivntic of liberty without due process ot law becomes n farce The cell room or even the Iron monaclcs ot the cap tales authority may be used upon t- ladlvlduul hl who line paid 500 or 1000 of passagOn P becomes an autocratic democracy T Individual In the first cablll and at WeRomancaptains table must share with immigrant tar below thorn that are granted to each In Ws placea Dont buck the captain said IIn GIIIhlpty lie Is the supreme entity of hl fthoselie Js dressed for er1banempowered to take life It he must and n land this Is the most serIous ot a things In the statute books Commodore of the fleet Is one at day tile offices toward which the old s- 4rapta1n looks not enviously not wit dldain It Is a naval number In t pauenger service which marks t- rage ot retIrement There la honor In the title It does not descend to bls- d1JldrerL He gives halt Ills life to the calnlDg ot It and It moans that his sctivitka and powers are at an e- LWcsrjpoTrifnaa ild r THE WHITE WASH th Prunes on the Hudson Bay Co panys Boat Explaln- drts or was a rule of the IInds rBliy company that no woman be lowed passage on its boat One d some as a steamer of t company neared one of the northernmost ports a string ot white garmenl was seen stretched across the dcck toytheta the wash line suggested only the presence ot a woman aboard the boat Comment was freely made ot t scandal that would ensue and t shakeup that would follow When t ttboat docked the IIDe of washing b dlAUppenredaffil another proof of t- ndal hP one of the landsmen sold to the cnptaln 11Why how did It happen that y coveted a woman passenger this trip never a woman ulo muhlIf there was no woman shoo picPcrThe captain looked puzzled for moment nndthen he laughed rOb he said end didnt we bave Lord Strnthconn the governor blmselt- nlong with us on tills trip And evcry doesnt be Insist on having eeclean white shirt no matter how rth we are Thllts the white wit sh u saw strung along deck A n lordshiphperder laid beside his plale every morning matter tt It Is a year oldPearson A MASTER OF METAPHOR It Must Have Relieved Him to Get T- Out h of His System water consumer In n certain cf whose supply had been turned oR canoe he wouldnt pay wrote to department as follows In the matter ot shutting oR tbe i outer on unpaid bills your company I Is test becoming a regular crystallized RussIan bureaucracy running In Groove and deaf to the appeals ot re form There Is no use ot your trylnltI to Impugn the verIty of thIs indl- atme by shaking your official heads the teeth ot your own deeds It you will persist In this kind oil conflagrationi of thai will require only a spark to lot hoc se dos of war is our midst Will coracratoune your sit unds of collectors thirsting for Its It you persist the first thin J fiflan Indignant revolution roll along In our midst and gnash rollsrlIt your rascally collectors are erlow mltttd to continue coming to our da with unbln8bln InPm0l1tb8 yo thurcutting the wool oil the sheep tl I lays the golden egg until you ha vi pumped It dry Rod then farewell long farewell to our vaunted pros perltyEverbodys When to Eat Fruit To obtain the most benefit from thl ofedItwithfeu often have their virtues wuslld through being eaten at the wrong tin P nnhourare stewed Os or stewed app es eaten before breakfnstceltd or thJuiceoer the slices are not unlike phll apple and form highly efficacious rid digestion Grapes should near ten except niter the chief meal IIII the tlny Taken when the stomach comparntlel empty they are u A pcAncJally harmful fruitFoully Doctor Ruler of Ruulas Title The general allusion to the utter 01 haIucorrecLnod autocrat CZIII la the old UUs sinn word for lord or prince and WII nblllHlolIltl Jy Peter the Great on trlumphnl return from Ialtltra tilhSweden 0nrcbto VhmnnInwas admitted Jy the powers with thPOno ClllperClrhowestern EuropeSt James UII CUe onbeGuide impressively Thl Is DIcealt what do you think atthatSeattieruins cleared away and a mod of OrleansPlcllyune IIUnless Its TownsendQua a man live on SlatCISCertalnly unless qea so fhr clothes6e anAWhite ball hllWouldanAJban1Why dot Our cubist toot oB11 tooo to Aj to tdntDp- er dl l ADAMS PEAL ftAShrfri Sertdto 1hrr Cenfliellnp- Rsllgious Sects Throughout Aeln holy place are aaltree a mountain beingtthree absolutely dlsUart dad conflict Ing religious sects This Is Adams Peak or Snmllnala According to the Mohammedan be- flie Adam after the tall was taken by an angel to the top ofSamnnalti thathlwashrandadpilgrims still drink The Buddhists contend that It was not Adam but Buddha himself that mode the toot print In the rock that being the last beofAll however Brahmins lohammfo- d dons and Chinese agree that Samnnllia IA and to tLlgrimage Moawoe shlpers come each pitying the lnOo- rance ot the other who Is so far from the trUe way It requires o0 little faith and some depressiontara footprint It Is 54 feet long by 2 11teet wide on the top ot a huge bowl The natives however Insl8t that the footprint ot AdamEmmett Commercial MINIATURE GARDENS IITiny Lakes Trees and Houses In CI- mlnutlve Japanese Parks dwarfheTheIlatute gardens which require aapecfal gardener to keep them down to de steed limits A Japanese garden Is generally about ten yards square and In this small apace Is found a park I and demesne with lake summer completein j nvrlInble One such garden shows s lake four feet long and full ot goldfish tho border stands n pIne tree OnI elghleen Inches high and fifty old Beneath Its shade Is a templeI tarred out of one piece of size of brick On n lofty crag otII some two and a half feet stands a maple tree perfect In form and shape teen years old and twelve Inches angI complete n two dozen wino cave Everything theoi a n ch square and the footbridges the water courses Tea houses ere are and numerous trees ot vn kinds each about six Inches In tatheight Old tiS the hills are these diminutive trees hut foil ot vitality and yet never grwing blggerNew York Press Roman Post Post houses on HouseIerected every flue or them was constantly provided with horses and 100 miles a day was an journey Any ono using rhea theITruly Celestial Young LadyThis novel la neaven- Iy 1 never read one with so many ro mantic unfortunates and miserable failures In ItFllegende Blaetter By Precept In order to find people amiable It le necessary to be so ones seltEmpress Josephine The Beat almost foreatten poet Robert HlnCklY Messinger quaintly wishes toIve lidded old tunes to be played In long twlllghts while ho dozed and dreamed In his easy chair b1Another Answer In a primary school xauttnntfcn which I ones had tile Illensuro preside one of the questfoug sensorrutof the bright pupils handled the subjoct thus The five senses are Sneezing sOb- bing crying yawning coughing BY- the sixth sense Is mennt nn extra e which some folks lasts This snorlngFr011l Yoll1ans Home Companion for September Cowau I Portland Ors Sopt 2SL R Glavls eXcbl for the field diVisIon the United States Forestry Buy roou had an adventure on his ranch near Portland recently that was In way as exciting as hlll run 11l with Secretary Dallinger and the sub sequent Investigation Glavls has a ranch In the Salmon country and while ty- Ing up trees In his orchard left a ot twIne In a nearby shed While back was turned II cow got In swallowed the whole thlnglMr wanted the twine badly and he to be uhowedthatI r he P06eeaeed otdtlr knoyrledgp thtt i that of thwoods When lo sat coolly down and waltal patiently until the cOw started to chow iorcud Then he thrust his hand into her mouth quickly grabbed thq end of- I the string and started running Cor door IBossy followed also on the Tunbu darted through afenc and ran the twine thtnugha knothole In a convenient bard That anchored bossy but Qlavts had to rut clear across his 200 acre tract and part way back before he drew out nil the twine I I A Rollabl Remedy FOil CATARRHElys Is quickly absorbed t Give Relies II Oaca It cleanses soothes- heals and protects 1I O WoCUJC4 WID resulting from Catarrh and drive away scold In Welload quickly Iteetorc the Senses of Tate and Smell Full SIze LiquidOrculnElr Jlrotbers 513 Warren Street New York SYMPATHY hops hurts but It wont cure an aching tooth wonnt wake a marred one look like Its old self Takes a sk1lUul experienced dentist to do that Get all the sympathy you goodIling your teeth In tine shape Bas crown and bridge work In thIs tow u or any town Teeth extraoted without pain A1l work guaranteed Telephone 818 DRS HARDIN BEll DENTISTS Office in Reoublicao Bldg Hartford Ky The Louisville Times FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER Fhe regular price of THE LOUIS VILLE TIMES is 6 a year If you will send your order to us you can get The- HARTFORD REPU lICN AND TH- ELOUISVILLE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 450 The Louisville Times Is the Best Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the bestcrops of correspondents Covers theKentucky field per fectly Covers thegeneral news field completelyHas best and fullest markets reports Democratic 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UreenIyTrenaIndlanapoilsState Officers KyCKyS Secretary CalhounKY bamItyCOhio Count f D lord Trees Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry Leach Chairman HartfordIty 1 L B Tlchenor Hartford R F D 0 1A2 Dellamy whltesv111e Ky3 F D Daughn Hartford ly4 T W McQttady Balzetown Ky6 Plumer TaYlor MlnesKy6 J L Drown Rockport aal1PYMNNT Af smdawtaieg and deeerlpsiorl stay saIureuaoaClones eonedent d ap a nasAiieiecelTegre4alr14rewahoat oqn siis rJcce anon c- J r lr i t r JIOJiUtOXMj I J J t r r Olt alallaTTr CE 8WtTir s BAIT ETT SMITH y f ATTORNEYS ArLTA1ii 4 HARtFORD KY j Wll1 practice thelr profesafon In all tJt I courts of OhIo and adjoIning cot tties and Court of Appeals Sp lattntlon given to all basins atntete4 to theIr care Collectlons arw the Praa tlce of CrIminal and Real Estate LaW SpecIalties Office in Republican bull14 log FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohli and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals CrIminal practice and Collections a Specialty Office In the Her old building YAN CY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY ATfAWr rHARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of OhIo and adjoInIng countlea NodBankJOna n WILSON CIIAS1f CRQWB WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In aU the courts of Ohio rind adjoining coup ties and In the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Oftlov on ain 9l opposite Oourt House D4 TRADEMARKS proolrNy ottelaedta- alleoaetrleeornotea We obtain I THAT PAn6adterUee themtbotooaWratoer erpeaeeand lpyoulonlmert tePOtI I Book oa lYoa4bte IYtcnte wrlle to 150315015 Seventh SttWASHINGTON D C n1L1KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew 1J FOR cSLia1tlal soWe um free ANOALLiHROATANDLUN0T110UB1E8 0 GUARANTEED SATISIAC1rOBI- OD MONEY REFUNDED H PROCURED AND D D ndmoddd- rawlnif orlih ota orer rtearleedfree report Free aMIce bow to olNaln ptentetrade purkh eoprrtrhuetc IN ALL COUNTRIES Lurfnrsr direct teiM 1Vullegfos earn time 7 and ofmil IcludvelyWrllDBit sum Sto spa t7A1to4 Slatee Tim flake WASHINGTON D C n m M ij It Gasoline Engines J 11Pampa grinds teed Sheila corn cc Works ovary air to a mall coat to operate All Sli0e fcIc all purposes Send far cattdoga 802 Address 1- FAiRANJMORSE iWs n x 1010 jI LESSON fROM FOREST FIRES titTimber Owners Farm Assocla dons to Maintain Regular Patrol Washington Oct 6One of the lessons which will finally be drawn the trying experience of the recent- forest fire season In the belief o- loftfcials of the US Department of Agriculture Is the need of wider or- 1ganlzation private owners of timber to safeguard their holdings It Is pointed out that already In the Northwest both on the plClflc Coast and in Montana and Idaho tim benland owners have formed them selves Into associations which assess the members on an acreage basis and thus meet the cost of maintain- Ing a regular patrol and firefighting organization Only by getting together can private owners usually as sure them sIeves protection for fire UneSlrandIt out of his own Umber will want It Itept out of his neighbors too When ever possible the Governments forest officers cooperate with the force put In the field by the associations SO that the employees of the Governyment and those of the private own ers are handled practically asa unit In fighting the common enemy This cooperation Is advantageous to both aides Protection of theNatton al Forests necessarily carries with It a good deal of protection of ad joining or Interior holdings It the private owners would everything shoulder their reasonable share of the burden the pUblic would gain both through more general forest conservation and through relief from the necessity of paying for the protection of private timber In order to pro tect Its own Worse Than Bullets BUllets have often caused less suf fering to soldiers that the eczema L W Harriman Burlington lIe got in the army and suffered with It forty years But Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me when aU else tailed hA writes Greatest healer for Sores UI ters Dolls Burns Cuts Wounds Brut uses and Piles25c at all druggists m How to Poise the Head barelisteneder Interest to the criticism ot the thathewear her clothes better than We doI and how to dress Ilia a millionaire on less money than furnishes us with calico gowns And so we are Interested to know that one ot their num ber has recently given away a secret ot dress She says that one reason the American woman lack the thoroughbred air Is because we do not poise our heads properly that the French woman always carries her chin to show the top of her collar Thanks for the suggestlon We will doubtless reforpt at onCe and carry on chins so high that our heads will topple over backwards Seriously there Is much sense In the advice for many women who wear elegant garments let their shoulders droop and their chin sag down Into their necks thus spoiling their whole general appearance To cure LaOtfpp sad Colds fa Z4 hours take QUICKS Medicine Cold and LaGrippe mmsl elf your laglht lies ad keep then iced Z5c to J t Meodeahall Medicine Cap EYilSYllle lid and get them post paid Guaranteed Storing MedicineI There Is medicine for Instance says the manager of n storage warehouse to a representative of the New York Times Nobody but theI manager of a warehouse has any IdeaI hOW many bottles of medicine are consigned to his keeping Jn theI course ot II year and even he neVerI knows until he comes to sell the goodsWe medicine by the gallon said one manager There are patent medicInes and medicines put up according boa prescriptions Ot all the trash on which people pay room rent It strlkes me that on nothing else Is money so absolutely wasted It 1 really a dangr eoua Investment Whether the people who put thoc stuff in storage have so little con slderaUon for their own welfare as to take It after It has been packed away for a year or so Is a question 1aIMost certlslnly 1 would not take changes on killing offtile IppulatIon- by selling It ati auction If Jdllcare to take the risk however I tint qultesure 1 could dtspuse ot it- yI l I r t I 1r Yrr for the people who aktend a warehouse auction are se king with Investment microbes and are willing to buy almost anything But I have conscIence in the matter and not even patent medicine which I feel sure is neIther more harmful nor helpful than on the day It was put up Is ever offered to any customer In this warehouse OnlY a small portion of the medicineS werecetvve Islncluldcd In a doctors outfit Families and unattached In divIduals gather up whole chesty full of medicine which they are loath storfly combinations Chliar nCryFOITFLETCHERS CASTORIAThe Kansas Republican Platform The platform adopted by the Kansas Republican council of 1910 and labelled Republican Platform has to it so much of Insurgency Populism and Socialism that Relmbllcanu will rout It over with ostDnshment and doubt as to tts being ganulne Republicans will recognize 1n It many of the rankest planks of the Populttat platforms of 189092 the adoption or which by the popular vote of Kansas followed by the adoption of a moPop Tariff brought on the direst calamity Kansas ever experienced and made Kansas a his sing and a byword Such poverty low pricey and distress pauperized thousands of good citizens and the people who got pInched have not for gotten It They not only adopted those old Pop propositions but ad ded new ongs that are as tar from Republicanism as daylight from darlt ness and are In line with those In the Democratic and SoCialist platform The Republican party survived the Populists and the Free Silva craZe of 1896 and It will survive the one that holds Kansas In Its grip today Independence Tribune For the Farmers Also Our system of Protection Is not forI manufacturers alone It Is for farI mers also Whoever deprives our tar mers or nU the American market ther can occupy Is false to his principles and must meet with defeat for the system must be surrendered tWblch proclaims that American markets are first of all for American citizens whoI are engaged In developing the coun try we already have Those are thq words of Thomas B- Reed whose faith In Protection as the best Tariff lrllcr to IJe pursued InI this country made him a great eXPO nent of that doctrine And his rugged honesty gave great weight to the thoughts of his mighty brain A statue to his memory was unveiled- In Portland Me last weekBath NI Y Courier St rOne Consolation During the time he acted all United States coll11l1lln Glasgow Bret Harte occasionally indulged In a days sport with the gun and It was during ono ot his shooting excursions that the ha- motist met with an accident which miGht base disfigured him for the remainder ot his life hIs face being badly cut through the recoil ot anI overloaded gun Fortunately the doe tora skill prevented him from being permanently markedIWriting about the occurrence to his friend r Edgar Pemberton who quotes the letter In his Tribute to Bret Harte the novelistconclades his letter by telling ot an amusing errort which was made to console him on account ot the accident When the surgeon was stitching ms together he wrote the son of the house a boy of twelve came timidly- to the dour of my room Tell Mr Bret Harte Its all right he said He killed the bare Artificial Flowers It was In Italy that a demand for artificial flowers Orstarose This was due primarily to a caprice ot fashion which demanded bat during festivals blossoms In and out of their seasons should be worn and also to the fact that their color and tresbuess were bleLater on to titq middle ages the artificial so tar superseded the natural that both men and women decked their heads with imitation flowers of icambrlc paper glass and metaL Spiteful At a local picture show a painter hung a notice under his highly prized landscape no nut tench with canes or umbrellas Some one who was out liD admirer ot bls works added to the notice lake an air DI8Igreabiconomy EiuabandYou ale not economica- lyVIfEWell it you 4011t call a woman WOH yeti her wedding for apttesible second marriage like to know vrhst yonthfnk econ ealy Is Jlke bi41ggJrhttU an trip an outing tori the inner than as wellhPod llpb t I Therer1 o well ao doing that I uitpadeattdalngTs oth TtWesY a tn I 1 Pneumonia in Mind Hearken to such men as you may deem crazy for alter aU they may know more than anybody else Is the moral to be drawn from the dlmor tattoos on psychologY and the in- Bfle In the current number of the Journal ot American Society for Psychic Research low there was a brakeman whoI became unintelligible In his talk elth er from trying to understand the names of the stations he called or because he had a brain valve looseI He had not attended school since ho was a years olld and could not correctly spell Yet when he was tak en to an asylum he delivered essays on phUlsophlcal subjects which those who heard them declared to be no more comprehensible nor Incomprohen sible than discussions by Kant The physIcIans decided that the man was Another physician whose experience is quoted from the annals of Psychic Research had to charge an EngliSh cavalry leader who after go- Ing through two mental stages got to a third where he knew more than anYbody else In the place lie would be dozing in the smolt Ing room of the cozy retreat for the insane where lie had been sent and would remark something like this I say doctor Mr Blank has Just given your housemaid d shillings Poor compensation for all the trou ble they have given Hs statement was correct for at that moment In the upPer part of the house the tip was given at the time the clairvoyant lunatic mentally saw It bestowed He also told Jlls nurse she bad Just obtained Glb Sterling and he couldsee the servants coming In at the back door of the house although he was napping by the fire In a position where he could not have seen anything or the kind If he had been awake and sane He knew also that his lawyer had written a letter to his wife from London about the time the Ink was dry and launched a diatribe against that rascal who wanted to take his property away front him He foretold an automobile accident to his nephew and sat up for several hours drinking whisky and water not neglecting to pour out a portion for his kinsman whom he imagined he saw In the room The morning newspaper under the AcclIsoulof his uncle had sent It Those Incidents writes Prof James H Hyslop In summing up tell their own story and there Is no reason why managers of the Insane should not be on the lookout for such phenomena RENDER Sept 3iDr II B lanes was called to Frankfort on legal business last Wednesday James Stephens of Central city was here last Wednesday the guest ot his son Simon 1 Frank Hooker attended the Butler County Fair at Morgantown last Thursday and Friday Ed Beanot Cleatonand Lato House Fordsvllle were hero Saturday L W Tlchenor and daughter Pt Pleasant Were here Sunday the gUests of Mr and Mrs C L Mrers- lIr and Mrs JamEs L Tate of Rockport were hero Sunday visiting 6 relativesMrs Cargsl of Herrin ills 7 the guest of relatives here Rev J L and Mrs J L Burton of Morgantown are here tile guests of Mrs Burtons parents Mr and Mrs F E Harris Miss Anna Millard returned home today from Linton td after a two weeks visit Mss Nellie Harris has accepted a lOsltion as saleslady In the Brown Mercantile Companys store All the mines are gattlig all the j work they can do now NoW what can you say abOut Tarts administration Isnt this prosperity Hazing the Newlyweds b There Is u distinct line which should bQ drown between fun and rowdylem Of rata years there has been an interesting tendency on the part of some people who are sO witty that they probably have troubl lu restraining themselves from welting at least one almanac II year to make life miserable for their aowly married friends and acquaintanceS In their exuberance set spirit they have pass od the bounds set by the master of ceremonles at the oldfa3hlonedchnrI- varJ First there were the mirth provoking labels on the tourists aggage the placards on tbe cabs nd Iho telegrams calculated to make miserable tor two persons who ad hoped to set out soberly and lovlnglfupon Ufe e journey Now hti humorists have beoome tired no ot those diversions Something more original must be done And I y rrl ru A It was done down is Oklahoma II few nights ago The result Is that a brIdegroom Is near death and the bride looks forward to widowhood Funny Isnt ItT It was all a JOke Of orse when the men who had been ftuests at the wedding attempted to kidnap thenyoung benedict just as the train started and allow the bride to proceed on her Journey alone In the scuffle which was Inevitable the husband received an injury which may prove fatal lie was hastened to a hospital rwhere he lies In a precarious condition Why should a wedding be regarded as such a sidesplitting joke Marriage Is the most sacred of civilization Idstltutlana It is not an occasion for sorrow or even for 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COLLEGEpsoosroaaraol EVANSVILLE AOUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MBMPRi9 se DIRTY MONEY TO BE L SENT TO THE SUDS j GemTaintedCllrrencytWill Go f W 4 to Washboard on Advice of Treasurer I Lee McClung Treasurer of the Unl tridStates wants to see a sanitary cur react In his annual report ha recommends that the government in crease Its facilities for exchanging worn and dirty bills for crisp now plies and suggests that the public night be willing to share the expense l of doing sd- Treasurer McClung makes a radical recommendation that the national banks be obliged to deposit an ad ditional five per cent redemption fund for thesd notos early in January each- ycarsin addition to the the Per cent ndw required all year round He declares that during January April May Juno and July the regular five per cent fund Is not enough be canse of the drains upon It Consequently the treasury has to advance money for banks t Such advances aro taken up again when the redemptions ease off As the notes are obligations of the banks and not the government Mr McClung recommends that the banks be requested to deposit more money to cover thorn The balance of the report Is devot ed to complete review of the finances of the United States Treasury during the fiscal year 1910 which closed on j June 30 During the year the Government took In from ordinary sources GiG 611715 the largest sum in Its history Tho revised elements placed the to tal stock of money of the United State in existence at 3419591433 of which more than 1500000000 was In gold Nearly all the stock was in circula tion The closo of the year saw a little more than 3000000000 in use The demand for small denomina tions of paper money was evident all through the year which Is taken to indicate an unusual activity of mon ey In circulation Vrey nearly 30000 000 pieces of paper currency were used and more than 200000000 Were redeemed at the Treasury Their face value was 17W40CS85 Worse Than Bullets Bullets have often caused less suf fering to soldiers that the eczema L W Harriman Burlington Me got In the army and suffered with It forty years But liucklens Arnica Salvo cured me when all else failed he writes Greatest healer for Sores Ul sers Bolls Hums Cuts Wounds Brul sej and Illus 25c at all druggists n Order Ohio County Court Regular term October Ird 1910 Hon H It Wedding J O C C Presiding J W Arnold et nl For Motion Judgment Stock Law Election Pret No 32 Dan T Wilson lit al For Motion judgment Stock Law Election Prct No 11 A S Keown et al For Motion Judgment I Stock Law Election fret No 10 Sam Morton ct al For Motion Judgment Stock Law Election Prct No 17 J M Everly ct al For Motion Judgment Stock Law Election Prct No 20 J M Taylor et al For Motion judgment Stock Law Eluctinon Prct No in It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that tho Fiscal Court of Ohio County by a majority of the members composing tho same has theretofore by rogular brdor decided that elections to regulate tho running at large of cattle and the species thereof In Ohio County Kentucky shall be confined to the voting pre dncts within said county and It further appearing that J W Arnold and SO other legally qualified voters of Arnold voting precinct No 32 pan- T Wilson and 45 other legally quail fled voters of Horse Branch voting precinct No 11 A S Kewn and 30 other legally qualified voters of Select voting precinct No 10 Sam Morton and 2C Jthur legally qualified voters of Smallhous voting precinct a No 17 J M Jo vrland 25 other legally qualified voters of Ceralvo voting precinct No 25 and J M Tay lor and 19 dtlur legally qualified voters of East Beaver Dam voting precinct No 13 have each filed their petitions heroin praying that an election be held in their respective voting precincts at the regular elec tion November 8th 1910 for the purpose of taking Uio sense of the le gally qualified voters In each of the said precincts above named upon the question whether or not Cattle or any species thereof shall be per mitted to run at large upon the Imb- Ue highways or unihciosed lands within their respective precincts I y a JJh i we to we in And It appearing that each of said petitions were duly filed and have lain over for one month or more and no exceptions having been filed to any ot the same and that a fee deem ed sufficient to defray the necessary expenses having baen deposited with the Clerk of this Court by the Peti tions mentioned in each precinct It Is therefore ordered and adjusted that an election be hold In each of the aforesaid precincts as prayed for In he several petitions heroin tiled at the regular election November 8th 1910 and It is further ordered that tile Clerk ot this Court furnish to the various precincts herein named ballots with the following question submitted thereon Are you for or against the at large of Cattle or any species thereof upon the pub lic highways or lands In conformity to this judgment an order heretofore adopted by tho Ohio County Fiscal Court It is further ordered and adjudged by the Court that Ute officers of he regular election be and they are hereby directed to open poll at xachand all of the voting place In the aforesaid precincts in Ohio County Kentucky on November 8th 1910 for the purpoSe of ascertaining the will ot the legal voters in each of said precincts upon the question aforesaid It is further or dared that notice of the submission of tho aforesaid question shall be published at least 20 days prior tb said election in at least four issues of Republican a paper of general circulation at Haft ford Ohio County Kentucky that each cause herein be continued for repot of election sIprovided by Statute s Coppy Attest Ohio County Court Ixtt I t aJ 1 i eDlnt I OF LADIES TAILORED SUITS ANnCOAKS r It n7 yr t Our stocks are complete in every detail The qf t a best makers are at your disposal Nothing but satisfactiongiving ma workmanahiJjgoesinto t routlet for merchandise buying three big stores 5 our management and selling at one price I to everybodygives a larger stock and a gr atIer variety to select from and makes our store safest and most satisfactory place to buy from LOOK AT OUR LINE OF ladies Tailored Suits INSPECT CLOSELY THE Famous Palmer Garments 4 Look at our Ladies Misses and Childrens Cloaks9 Remember dont ask you come and buy unless you are fully convinced that have the merchandise that will please you everyVway We Want You For a Customer on a Mutual Benefit Basis Only E p BARNES KENTUCKYI BEAVER DAM running unlncloaed Hartford published Ordered WBTlNSLEY yClerk for you WHY FARMERSARE They Regard the FreeTrade Doc trine of Disaster as Some thing to be Spurned Forced to face the fact of the great benefit which comes to the American furrier by reason of Republican Tar iff legislation the Democratic Unit ed States senators who recently sub mitted their minority report w the question of wages and prices seek to deceive that prosperous element In our population Into the belief that it is FreeTrade not Protection that this country ghouldhave- Notwithstanding the increase in the price ot farm products the farmer they say has realized a small net return on his labor and investment The time has gone by however when shifty gentlemen can make the American farmer believe that sort of lenso The farmer has come in to his own and Republicans are gla- dotltHeknows that conditions were never before better for him than right now and he will not take kindly to the suggestion which the Democrats make In this campaign that he help put them back Into pow or Many of them are old enough to remember the last Democratic admin istration which puts into force Ifree Trade Ideas In this country andoom polled farmers to endure four years- Lei awful adversity Thlng arjjj dlf ferent now Now he is prosperous 1It ft F 411 I and he knows the reason why To quote a loading authority Today there Is not a farmer In the country who for a given quantity of his products can not buy and lay down at his door more of the fleece slUes of life more of clothing more of everything that goes to make up the comforts of a home notwithstand ing the high prices than ever before in the history of our country Under these circumstances the Demo erotic doctrine of discontent and die aster appeals to the American far mer only as something to be spurn ed Pioosanton Kan Observer HANDS WANTED dayforSystemApplyy Contractors I II y Fall Fairs at Henderson and Madisonville Judge C C Glvend has announced that he will give a fall Agricultural Fair at Henderson October 11 to 15 and at Madlsonvllle October 18 I to 22 Fifty Dollars at each fair is offered for tobacco and thirty dollars at each fair for corn exhibits and liberal premiums for all classes of farm products The usual racing and ring show features will be glV en f Octobers is usually a very pretty season The farmers products are matured and then have leisure time to attend Judge Glvenaralwayaglves goo fairs and lie o bttob able to give a better fair in October ia July LLIfJI r i L SOLDIERS ESCORT OLIVER TO COURT Nortble Witness Safely Arriv r es at Hopkinsville Court Hopkinsville Ky Oct 2Under a strong guard with Lieut Col Bassett in command Milton Oliver one of the principal witnesses for the prosecution in the socalled night rider cases for trial this week in the Christian Circuit Court arrived hero this after noon from Lamasco over the Jlll nols Central awpu1dbeered and seems to be in the best ot health He will occupy cottage while here and soldiers wliFVomaln iwith him day and night Owing to the congested condition of the docket the cases against Dr D A Amos the al leged night rider general Guy Dun ning B Malone Irving Glass John- Robinsonaad Newton Nichols nderI indictment on three Separate for alleged complicity in the Hopkins ville raI lwl1i probably lot bereach ed before Wednesday or Thursday Both sides are represented by able attorneys Neither has given out any Information concerning the testimo ny to be introduced It is reported the prosociitlon hoe several important witnesses whose tesUmony will be a great eurprlsg Curreet lttlrckNdws NewYork Ifr 4 N Tv 01A I State of Kentucky with a bust of Henry Clay The bust which is said to ba the finest cast of the great statesman in existence has been aC- cepted by Governor Wlllson and will be CapitolBoth Health JameSS I cense to practice medicine fKentuckyStateagainst the mandate of the upper classes that they wear red skull caps and threaten to do all the Harrlblo things that first class Freshmen are doingLours fIrst j blen made with the Baron efelyon Scdwltz owner of tho Caldwell otFHihandtJelrerson I FlzstNatlona1Capt iVVjAstonoV Kuttawa Ky once a candidate for Governor fell from the hotel steps at Clarksville otherwiseinjuring livesnesrtie last week with a disease re sembling black leg 4 iFor Sale Good nine room two storydwellingi oietern J of wt igood stable and other t c4fBplendldand hotel price and terms teaoons able Apply toA t BARNBTT SMITH Agents aJHartford Kte r 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