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I qu6iauJ4 J Fine Job WorklDEVOTED TO TIlE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription I per Year u VQLxtIflJ r HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 2S 1910 No15J ETHEL R lSAGQUIITED No Proof Connecting Her With Crippen Murder y in Love Withfitirderef She Fled Across the Atlantic r t Ocean of London Oct 26Afton a ttlal tasting only a totfbur in Now Bailey crlminafcourt today a jury found Etfeel Clare Lon Ve not guilty as an accessory after ttie fact In tho murdor of Corn Belle Crlppien for whose death Dr Crippen her bus band will die on the gallows on November 8 I Mss Lenove was In lovo wttti Di Crippen and slept in his bouse on the night of the day following the day upon which the dootor murder ed his wife and burled the dlsmorn bered parts In the cellar of his iHlU drop Crescent home She accom panled Orlppen In his flight to Clan ada and with his was arrested and IndictedFrom tho first she has maintained Innocence of any knowledge of title crime i but tho crown alleged that her behavior subsequent to the dls appearance of Mrs Crippen or Belie Elmore as she was known pf the stage was such as to betray a guilty knowledge of tho murder When arraigned today Miss Le move pleaded not guilty and witness os were Introduced by thiprosecutioi to show that she had experienced pe rlods of great mental distress tol lowing Belle Elmores death The crown prosecutor Richard Mulr Introduced only such evidence as has been brought out In the earlier hear Sngs Miss Lenevos counsel Fredrlcl E Smith M P asked the Jury to bOOr In mind that his client bad been under the Influence of Crlipen one of the most dangerous criminals of recent years since she was six teen years ofage This he assert ed accounted for her flight In the doctors company There was no prcof that she had knowledge of the crime Counsel 14 that he took upon his own shoulders the responsibility for not putting MIss Lenove In Ute iwltness box Lord Chief Justice Alverstone who presided in summing uptDr the Jury said that he saw no reason why Jr Crippen should have told Miss thatwhichAs Mia Lenqyo sal in thptprj pn ers dock today she was a pathutU figure She is twentyaoveo years of age of medium build light brown halt gray mod excellent teeth Her face is preiyandsbe Is trine She wears good clothes becomlbgly and naturally buoyant and affable she is a proposessing rvoOOUU1i Inspector Dew of Scotland Yard who arrested Crippen and Miss Le nave and the other vfttriesses for the crown were taken rapidly through the evidence which they had given la tho lower courts No new testimony was brought out and the prosecution closed the case before lunch born atiDlsSMiss Levene was 61ortolkon January i2 1583the daughter of Walter Leneve a rail= way agent was nathln gul usual about hr ear1YilfowWchap piers to bavteenk happy though commonplace She learned Btenbg raphy and eeeuaed envpjwinqat p at the prouet Institute Tvhera 6lJ a jnet Dr Crippfflii who wan conaec wUii the Institution ina consuUlng capacity latter vjnsytuajva8 cVp Vi Ond Dr P a pp et hoe in the dental buelaeseetld look kEe tetL litn as atenograiter- nd privatteiaeoreary t ith led empIgYe- r4nd after the e thof Mrs Crippen wBt to Ayelwith the doctor and Wer told her friends Itbat werq Wrrled Steiwii taatntahedthatrxah- e toernotW f jthe erj Ibut relies twn dtjt to t alaatthedsefeteho nee44 KB bide- ry4o aadadieguliedU bo7 1tot r lhtyrti ro r Jw iMtY Ida t strf 8 I it rj yam neighborhood h nodby Miss Bet tlo Myers spent tineda7 nutting near Olaton icy ThoFp cpmpoaias the party were iMlsaea Jessie RaleY RockportlCyr MyVtio Brownd Des she Raloy Dora Faught Bussie K and Ruby Acton Mamlo Stogne Messrs AVnitei Myers and Dick Brownd The forenoon was delightfully spent In nutting hunting and flaking At noon a UsmpUrs Un cltOu or many phpica edibles was daintily served by the young ladies aiftor which the party dispersed indifferent directions all light hearted andgay each boat on securing the choiceSt of natures Jbountlful store Nuts of all descriptions presented themselves to the delighted boys and girleand a oay long to be remembered by all present was BPi nt among the hills But all toosonn came the hour for turning our happy faces homeward and just as itho Bun was sinking be hinfl the western hills the meirr part drove to their homes and the air was filled with joyous songs sung by them as with mingled sorrow and joy they loft behind a day filled with pleasant memories that will not soon be effaced from our mind CENTRAL CITYHOTEL BURNS Sandusky House Goes Up In Early Morning Blaze Central City Ky Oct 21Tho Sandusky Hotel the leading hostelry hero and one of the host known hotel In this part of the State was de Btroyed byofirett eaflythis morning causlar q fW000 with Insur ance of 1500i i All of tho guosts es capod with their belongings and only ono person ifllsa Annie Lancaster whohad a bad fall in escaping from the flames was injured The fire started in the diningroom of the hotel and Is supposed tdlhavi beat duo to the Oleetrlo light wiring Tho alarm was turned in promptly but the flames gained such rapid headway that the firemen assisted by the poopl oftaho twon were unable to save tho building and turned their nttoCltlon to preventing tho dustruoUc of the surrounding property For a time the Illinois Central j station and a big plalning mill across the stroot from the hotel were In dangor but they were finally saved Plato gloss windows in a number of noatby buildings were cracked by the intense hut This was the fourth hotel that has bean burned on the site and the present owners of the property wh- opuohaedoit froin tha Sandusky es ate will rebuild at onco inuWagup- a brick building 71 Baptist Church Regular worship next Sunday Sunday school session at 945 clockH DIE W Ford Supenlntendenti Jtforning wonhlpnt 11 clock Theme of sermon For What and or Whom to Pray Eveningworship nt7 oclock 1 Themedt sermon Father into Thy hands I dotnmedmy Spirit I B YP U meeting in the Baraca pom at C oclock W Republicantias purchased the ty Attorney C E Smliti In The Re ISUmeIChargO l editor of Thd Ret i iI An Mr Fosi Tiin and the readers of the Repubilc RepuhllcIanmember becoming a caniclMato fort the 1IJJmlliiDn t91 CountAxtorntiy 1Hr titbtJi laat4tL4y contzohed- the Itor tPo1t of the feaperV 8odJlilorMawrs Barnott Smith tWh1Oh- flrrrp County Attorney SmHa la- tiwj jiriwimembre will reaKireftietf ifer o WonM recently occio 1 J y aAlWoetotn e phoi oeraPL gal MriStIretlpe aak attetatlof tlpthyix 8iIreijCt e ewIIr r iu I EXAMINATIONS FOR FOREST SERVICE Positions Pay All Way Front One Thousand to Sixteen Hundred Dollars Washington Oct 24 Examlca tlons opened this corning in fourteen for Western States and in Florida Michigan MlncusDta and Alaska to fill vacant positions as assistant For est rangers on the National Forests Tho examinations are held at Nation al Forest headquarters in all States In which National Forests are loco ted except In Arkansas and Oklahoma and will last two days The positions pay at entrance a salary of 1100 per annum Men Who enter tho National Fort work as ate sistant ranges are olliglblo for pro motion to positions as rangers and late to th position of Freest Supervisor If they are good enough Tlu later position pays a salary of from 1600 up and calls both for all round executive ability and for a certain amount of practical knowledge of forestry Rangers work Under the Forest supervisors often with a par Itloular district In their cbarge protesting the Forests against lira and trespass handling much of the minor buslutss with Forest users estimat ing and scaling tltnbew and enforc ing regulations under which purchas ers of timber are allowed to cut on the National Forests building trails supervising the work of Forest guards and on occasion leading forces ol temporary employees against forest fires too large to ba handled by the regular National Forest forces The Forjst ranger must therefore first of all bo an experienced and vigorous woodsman In the words ol tho little pamphlet which the De partment of Agriculture sends to per sons maklrg Inquiry Invalids sK= ing light outdoor employment need riot apply He must be soundbodi ed inured to hardships able to ride pack and take care of himself and his horses in tho weeds and moun tains families with tho region and local condlUons where ho saeks employment and a resident of the State in which ho will be appoint Although the requirements ore largely physical and practical they Include both a sufficient general education to quality the ranger to transact Na tional Forest business intelligently and knowledge of land surveying mining laws and customs and the handling of range livestock In the Southwest some knowledge of Span ish is often necessary To secure the Tight kind of man the examination is largely n teat of practical capacity to do things The candidate must give a demonstration of his horsemanship ability to pack knowledge of the use of the compass and similar matters Other parts of tho test era written examinations Bemuse of the desirability of secur lag In the now rangersrecrults who will provo capable of rising to the highest responsibilities Had upon For est supervision the testa of educational qualifications have been strengthened Thus the Government Is obtaining picked men for the rank and file of its little army of employees who almlrustcnand pro mote the proper use of Its nearly two administer and promote the proper use of its nearly two hundred million acres of NationaForests pa FAIRVIEW Oct E3rMr and Mrs J Mitchell nd little daughter Mary LpulaelCeda G veand Mrs John Myers and daughter Miss Bottle spent the day Sunday with Mr and oIr8 Alex Bos well Mr and Mrs C C White and little son visited Mr and Mrs John filler RosinoSwiday 1 lkriHorace Hughes andsteter Miss WlnhlevtsltodMiiseesBessidKand Ruby Acton Sunday Mrfc Ci C White and daughter Mild Eva and little son John Walker visited Mrs Beesie Moxtey Shrove let week i RatltetoPWIG Gofl reweTaRBen JobaiflOfl will speak- stttlaa Court Hdteo IdHartfojid next 9itey ay at1 oclock pM and at I ilwrlliev atr night Kvefytody in vIttdL r tir oLLIKRNS i vh Ci1Bs Dei4rA jCom- st i J ROMANTIC COURTSHIP ENDS IN MARRIAGE Kentucky Girl Weds Rich Idaho Ranchmrn in Trigg County Hopklnsvllle yK Oct 2GA ro mantle courtship starting from a girl answering a matrimonial advor tisoment In a newspaper culminate last night In the marriage at Roar lug Springs In Trlgg county of tits Nannle Hester of that place to Mr Ernest Watts a wealthy young ranchman of Idaho Mr Watts advertised some months ago for a young woman correspondent object matrimony and Miss Hester answered It is said that Mr Watts people are all Mormons exoirt him self and that It was his desire to secure a wife free from such boiler that prompted him to Insert the ad vertlsement Last week he went to Chicago tc sell some sheep and decidvdwhlkt tints near to visit his fair correspond out lie arrived Lt the Hester homo last Saturday and was so well pleased with the young woman that heat once began a vigorous courtJill and finally overcame all objections and the wedding followed Tho core many was pronounced in the presence of only the immedtat3 family at the home cf the brides sister Mrs El bridge Sewell The Rev Samuel Sumner a local Baptist minister of ficiated The couple will reside in Idaho but will remain at Roaring Springs until next walk The brlilo is a winsome and popular young wo man 23 years of age nnd daughter of Berry Hester a prominent farm er The groom Is owner of a bin sheep ranch in Idaho and Is said to be very wealthy i otice Tobacco Growers1 AU parties having sampsls will please present or bring them to the Finance Committee on or before the 1st day of NovemberD Chairman FOR THE BUSY READER The execution of Dr H H Crlppnn convicted of tho murder of lily wife Dollo Elmore tlio actress was advan cod from November 15 to Novot bor 8 IP Oscar Straus American Ambassador- to Turkey who Is In this country on leave of absence 6alled at the White louse to pay his respects to the President- S President Taft will be a guest to day of the officers of the Argentine training ship President Sarmlnento at luncheon aboard the vessel at Washington S The funeral of David Bennett lUll took place In St Peters Episcopal church In Albany Gov White was present as the Tperesentatlve of the Sato government The population of theStatooCCon icatlcut aa enumerated in the thirteenth census Is 1U475G This Is- an Increase of 206330 or 227 pzr cent over 918420 in 1900 Arguments In the Panama Canal ii- bel suit of tho Government against the PJVSS Publishing Company wure begun in tho Supreme Court of tho United States Public of of Illinois were denounced by StatesAttorney Burke at Springfield when arguments In alleged loglslative t graft cases were made and witnesses were heard Q Two strikebreakers wero seriously ajuped In riots at HobOken N J when striking drivers and helpers of the United States ExproSB Con amy olashud with police and nonunion man- S At a conference of Government at torneys at VVahlngton plans were discussed for th iprDsocutlpn of the eo called beef trust no announce 1 disloueslonof t i John K Taaer R pub1can candlr Ponnsyylvanlat 1 sworo out a warrant for E A van Valkonburg editor ana resident or tho Philadelphia North American Company charging criminal libel New Drug Company Several prominent citizens and bu slncts men of Hartford have formed a company and will take over the drug stock and goods of tho Z Wayne Griffin Urea drug store recently sold in bankruptcy prooowllngs und will add a large nmont of capital there to In odiT to make the most com plete drug store which has ever bui run in Hartford cr Ohio County Ar I tlcla of incorporation will be Ill d In a few days directors and officers elected and tho buslrxrss r jady to open under the new management oar Tnyfmany IS business at Cromwell but who has been In the drug business at Earllng ton for a number of years will become the business manager cf the new concern All of the gentlemen connected with It are men of high thlIford and surrounding country I NOTED GOEBEL WITNESS SHOT Frank Cecil Meets Death in Restaurant at East St Louis St Louis Mo Oct 24 Frank N Cecil the only man against whom stands an indictment for alleged com plicity In the Goebel assassination ten years ago was shot In the head and side at East St Louis at 130 oclock this afternoon The shooting occurred at the cafe of HWE Loishmann East St Louis where he had dropjiml to sleep after- a wakeful night In capturing Leigh Rhodus an alleged bandit Cecil who Is a special agent of the L N railroad assisted two East Side detectives In than capture of the candy bandit Sunday night Ho went all night without sleep Shortly after 1 oclock tills after noon ho entered Lchhmanns cafe to dine and fell asleep Attaches of the cafe shook Cecil to awaken him Ce cil jumped up and pulled his revol verLouis Lelslunann brother of the restaurantour grabbed a pistol and opened fire on Cecil Ono bullet lodg ad In Cecils head tho other In his sideTen years ago Cecil who wrs a Kentucky mountaineer was Sjrgeant at Arms of the rump Kentucky Leg islature session at London Ky After Goabol was assassinated Cecil was among those Indlctod on a charge of complicity He Is tho only one against whom an Indictment now stands It is said Dr Turner Dies Suddenly sfiowling Groen Ky Oct 2GDr William Turner postmaster and one of tlio most prominent citizens of Bowling Green died suddenly of apoplexy this afternoon while attend- Ing the Warren county fair Ho was seemingly In the minutes ofhis death up to a few minutes of his death he had been taking great Interest In the various exhibits of tho fair Ho was a prominent Republican politician and well known over the State He Is survived by his wife ans one small son o- Fine Entertainment Miss Adeline Polndexter Bursot reader and Interpreter of character w1llg1yo a recital at the Christian church In Hartford on tho evening of October 31 commencing at 730 The admission will bq 16c and 25c rho entertainment Will be under the uaptcjes of the Ladles Aid Society or the Christian church Miss Ber sot comes highly rocompieindeod as an entertainer of raro ability and this together with the worthiness of tho cause should afford her a splcmdld audience 1 Notice The members of the Ohio County inanco Committee arheroby call edW meat at Hartford Tuesday Noya9at10 oclock aA i D FORD Chairman Lu BIG W 0 W INITIATION Greatest of Kind Ever Pull ed Off InKy Over Six Thousand Candidates Brought to Louisville Last Sunday The GOOO candidates joint Initiation hld in Loulsvll Sunday with seven stat s iKirtlclpating Kentucky Ton tins 1 Illinois IndIana Virginia Ohio and Missouri goes dcwn In history aa being one of the greatest events wes held at may plac at any time in fraternal circles Ths many thousands of visiting Woodmen began to arrive in Ixmlsvlllc Saturday and Saturday night and extra trains wore run Into tlio Kentucky metropolis on all roads About 300 people wont up from Owensboro tho excursion train leaving there shortly before 4 oclock The larger part of the crowd from Owensboro returned on the extra train which arrived there about C oclock this morning but many returned on the Sunday night trains Tho nanny visitors which WIoQ entertained by tho Louisville lodges met at the Swlbach at 1 oclock nail In a procession at lolSt three ration long with four abreast marched through a prominent part of the city to time Jefferson county armory wh ra at 2 oclock the work wan opened There were five bands In the march The Initiatory work was put on by the crack class team of Columbus Ohio which Is rated as being one of tho boat drilled teens In the country All degrees Protection Morning Noon and Night were conferred The speakers Gov Wlllson of Frankfort exVice President Fair banks of Indianapolis Morris B Shop herd congressman of Texas and banker of the Woodmen order and John Yates of Omaha Neb sover thoIHead of Louisville The mooting adjourned at G oclock ngahl10Plnedmidnight Ono of the most Interesting features at the occasions was the turning out of the Boys of Woodcraft a boys auxiliary to the Woodmen of tho worldcomposed of boys betwaui the ages of 12 and IS Governor Wilson In making the opening address stated Jiat this meeting was the largest fra ternal gathering he had uVer witnessed In Kentucky- J C Root of Omaha sovereign commander of tho Woodmen of the Worldwho was to have addressed the meeting was detained at Omaha on account of sickness In his family House and Lot For Sale- A now one and onehalf story frame building with five rooms and largo ecptleon hall built out of the best selected material Situated on Clay and Frodrlca streets Hartford Ky Lot 00x203 loot Fine well of soft water All necessary out buildings Terms reasonable Apply to BARNETT SMITH Hartford Ky Another Correction Beaver Dam Ky Oct 20 1910 Editor Republican I have noUc- ed several articles In the Hartford papers relative to the old soldiers reunion hold there on July 4th and am free to say that the criticism on lartford and citizens la not well founded The old soldiers do not be have that any Intentional alight was offered themRnd I believe there Is- nb general complaint concrning the failure of the meeting all attributing It to tho rainy day Ono article does on Injustice to some Beaver Dam citl zeus in stating that the same partied had charge of the dinner prepa rations at Hartford as at Beaver Dom last year We understand that Mr llford had tho contract at Hartford whllollt Beaver Dam Messrs Sam SteV env Awtroy Arbuckle and George Ar buckle were In charge of the dinner I wish to make this correction in fairness to these gonlemo who gave shire satisfaction here l RospectfuUy LARKIN WILLIAMS d 17th Kentucky inftr 4 c I r IHJ 1 1 G T i4JN oc Oc TARIFF LOP ry ONFBO Cost of Living Not Due t Payne Law t Able Speech of Congressma Nicholas Longworth of Ohio From speech of Represontntlv INrholns LiOUgworth of Ohio Mr Longworth said Mr Chalrmn 1 remember ireadlng the day afterI Christmas an odltorlal la a erotic newspaper to the effect that every American clUzen had to qlay more yesterday for his Christmas din nr than ho had ever done bofor and that was because of tho enact mont 6f the Payne law 1 can Imagine my gnlal friend from Missouri plr Clark slttlnj down to his Christmas dinner nnd knowing tliat his hills would 111 higher than thoy wore last year say ing Now Is a good chance to say that It Is due to the Iayuo law Now let us go through the bill ot fare Of course I have not bean In thu gentlemans confidence but 1 assume that ho had Vt ptablos ant meats sugar and saltt a and coffee If roof was his staple the sltuatloi simply was that wo put hld s or tht free list Although the cattli growers told us that the duty on hide was an Important element In the value of cattle we reduced the duty on dressed meats 25 per cent and yet the price was higher Was ths I ayn law responsible for this Increase In jirJco Iorhaiis the gentleman had hain and I understand they have very good ham In Missouri Mr Clark of Missouri The bent In the world Mr Longworth The lest In the world The price of hams has gone up and yet the Payne law reduced the duty on ham 20 per cant It he hart any kind of fowl the duty has not boon lowered on Hum but has remained just tlio same as it has cnfor years How about the ve getables If hu had peas or cabbage or beaus and they went up In price ho knew perfectly well that the Pays law had reduced the duty on them 2S- or 30 per cent and he knew too that not a single vegetable duty had biKji Increased If he lad sugar and salt and they had gore up In price hu know ffiai the duty on sugar and salt had both buu reduced If any thing he had was cooked In lard he kiujw the most remarkable Increase this year In tie Washington market wu In tlio price of lard which wtut up I think from 11 cents to 21 cents i a few months nearly doubts and nil the Payne law reduced the duty on lard 30 per c nth I the Payne law responsible for the increased cost of the Christmas I dlxnyr of tin guiitUnmn from Mis when It reduced the duties on most of the things he ate and drank and Increased none There is Just one bllt of faro that the gmtlsman trren Missouri could have had for his Christmas dinner for the Increas ed price of which ho might have lKUi justified lu blaming the Payne Jaw I will start out with lumons H4 might have begun his Christmas dinner with a gin fizz Hut It Is hardly fair for mu to go through this hill of fare as that possibly consutn jd by the ginlknian from Missouri birmisc I know he is an abstainer and the things T am about to mention could not have had a place upon his tablv If the gentleman from Alabama wore here I might perhaps ac cut him of having partaken of this repast as I am told that i Is a great Judge of the good things of life That bill of far would have had to be composed of lemons figs pineap pits and salted almonds washed down with champagne ending up with a cup of coffuu made out of chlckory root and thor topped off with a glass of bcandy and a cigarette Ap plause und laughter en the Republican side Those are literally the only things any American citizen could have eaten or drunk on Christmas day or at any other Lima the cost of which might have baen In creased by tthu Pyane law I might oven go further and assume that some gentleman of course no gentleman In this house after having Partaken of this savory repast had felt In clined to go into soma opium dun and hit the ulpv He could thenI hav said that tlio cost of his liv ing had been Increased because vwo quadrupled as I remember it the duty on opium And If his nerves Read beeDHome what shaken the next fay and his fanny physician hid advised a dose of courSe ho could have also claim ed that tho Payne Jaw was responsi ble for an Incrcaso lLhts cost of llv Ing because thePaynq doubled the duty on cocaine And iatIi the Chrlatmaa party on rhlchthe Vay law may haTo raised lce no A other The Deamon of the Air Is tho germ of LaOrlppe that Vreathcd In brings suferlng to thousands Its after effects aro woakne nervousness lack of appetite energy and ambition with disordered liv eI and kidneys The greatest need then Is Electric Bitters the splend- Id tonic blood purifier and regulate of Stomach Liver and Kidneys fhous ands have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves build up the system and restore health and gOO spirits after an attack of Grip It suffering try them Only DOc Per feet satisfaction guaranteed by all I druggists m Mr Wellmans Achievement Walter Wellman Melvin Vanlma Murray Simmons John Aubert AII comjmal1America were landed at New Yorl Wednesday by the British stoame+ Trent They say they would like to try again to cross tha Atlantic throug tho air That Is the American spirit the spirit that kept Poary going when the explores of other nations had giv en up and the spirit that In due time will bring success Mr Wellman and his comrades hav I performer a great f sit and though they did net succ wd In thou speclfii enterprise they have shown the tem per of mUll who win because they wap Oil trying nail dont give up Wo are glad to say this bvaust Mr Wellman repr33rts not cnly tho United States In an unprjcedente hazard of a rial navigation but nlso Chicago JSP dally We are 118 glad to say It as a matter of simple justice to Mr Wellman and OK amends tom some injustice drat has bnn done him by this iKWspaprr with others Mr Wellmans aerial projects hart mfortunately looked hertoeforo as It meant more for advertising purposes han with serious Intention The Mot been so elaborately exploited Ir idvance and Inivtufore they ha- C01l1 to nothing There lave been w many of tern Invariably futile hat the impression has grown upon he public that Mr Wellman novel oally meant to balloon to the North Pole or across thy Atlantic but was nerely after notorlety ort hlmsell end future stories for the news corres1JOndentI ebvant In vlaw of accomplished facts Hr Willman and his ccmnules did aunch out over the Atlantic which 10 aviator had dared to do before They did not reach Euroix but hay kjpt their craft In tho nlr for hree days and traveled nearly 90fl nlls over the Atlantic They did iomethlug men have never done lie ore They were not at the end of their rcsouroes they were not men hulp essly perishing when they met the Trent off Cape Hatteras and decided to abandon the America They ware till afloat In the air Their craft was not yet awreck though with fabric so stralnxi that further efforts Ith it wculd have been plainly suicidal The conditions railed for re ratand a chance to try again with better eulpnitMit at a more favor abl season They hind done enough tor honor Whatever Mr Wllmans past In ratters of aortal navigation It has bean redaemed by his present perfor lanco Hu and his comrades have shown tlioniselves men of courage and conduct They have mad3 a bold and bravo attempt Ito accomplish what may be an Impossible task at least for ninny years to como It there has ben lack of confidence In lr Wellmans sincerity and so lack of respect for his endeavors there Is no longer eJtcusj for these feelings or thler expression In the hlstoryof aerial navigation the names of Walter Wollman and- his associates must stand at tliohoad of the chapter on Tho Crossing ot- tbe Atlantic To them must ever btr loug the credit due to the men who dared really to begin Inter Ocean omething About to be Doing Why does he let his wlaf venture out alone Jn his auto lies anxious to see what will happen when two unmanageable things mo together Smart Set Elys Cream Balm has been tried andnot found wanting in thousands of hone all over the country Ithaa- won a place In the family medicine closetanlong the reliable household meats where It Is kept at hand- for use In treating cold in the head Just as soon as some member of the lusehold begins the i preliminary sneezlng or suffering it gives 1m udlato teliof and a day or twos iatmont will lluta stop to a cold lieu mlghfif nOt chocked bscoino chronic and rim Irito a bad case of catarrh e n =tlt o 0 mm i- DRrcw Convicted of Slaying His Wife in London L 1 t- JSpV Trial of Ethel Clara Lneve As an Access ty r1Begin London Oct 22Dr Hawley H Crlppen was today found guilty at having murdered his wife known on the stage as Belle Eimoni The mst was given to the jury at 217 ocloc this afternoon and its doUboratlan were brief Tho jury was out just thirty minutes Crippun was senior cud ito death When the proco3dlngs wero resumed today Lord Chief Justlco Al version called Crlppen to the stand and asked him questions regarding the use of hyoscln tluj opinion witl which it is charged Lhe accused killed his wife Th3 Justloo elicited the Information that hyoscin iwas admin Istered through the mouth and Iso hypodjimlcalty Richard Muir then began the clos ing spoch for the iwcsecutlan He s dtltu djfenso had rolled largo on tho theory that Crlppen was tot klndheartbd to commit murdr Counsel oolntcd out that thy defendant had however lived tom months a lIfo of hypocrisy mocking the grief of his wifes dearest friends The prosecutors address occuplet scarcely more than an hour tic concluded by saying that the proso sutlon had proved beyond a reason iblo doubt that the body found in Lrippns home was that of his wife Belle Blmore the actress and that lone but the prisoner could have cut jp tie body and burled it in the cel lar Lord Chief Justice Alverstone made hIs review of the case as soon as Mr Mulr had concluded The justice duserllxtl Crlppen at an extraordinary man whether guilty jr innocsnt It guilty Ire had covered up nghastly crime In a ghastly way and It was believed in a most brutal and callous manner If lu was innocent It was impossible to faUiom his mind as ha was absolutely Indifferent to the charge of mur her Ho had taken no step whatuvoi a prove innocenc the justice declared un ICrlppcn was a liar and lived an mmoral life but he added the jury could not convict tho defendant of halt score It must bo quite con- vInced that tho human parts found vere from the body of Belle Elmore ind that her deatli was caused by a villful act of the prisoner The lord chief justice charged the ury that they must be convinced of tho identification beyond a reasona ile doubt As he concluded the ury retired After being out half an hour tie jurors returned and report that they had found Dr Vlppen guilty Crlppen thereupon pas sentoncad to death When the ujry returned and on louncsxl that It had fonned the do endant guilty Lord Chlelt Justice Llverstono asked the physician If head anything to say Crlppin re lied in a low voice- I still pretest my Innocence Tho chief justice then donned tho lack cap that has rested near him hroughout the trial and pronounced tho sentence of death Addressing tJw condemned man Lord Alverstono aidYou have boon convicted on otl once which can leave no doubt in tho mind of any reasonable man that you cruelly murdered your wife and then mutilated her body I advise you to entertain no hope t1mt you will escape tho consequences ot your crlmo I implore you to make your peace with Almighty Goo As the fiord chief justice conolud ed a policeman supped forward arid 1n the hush that had fallen over the- court room led Crlppan from the dock Crlppen will be hanged No date for the execution has been fixed but it probably will be done within a month The trial of Ethel Clara Leneve a9M accessory of the fact In tine murderot Mrs Crlppen will begIn on next Tuesday It was announced this evening that rlppen would bo hanged on Novem her 15 r+ the World Hatching Balloons Never since the gas balloon was in sntod more than a century ago has U111ro poem such a worldwide euhnK itlon in the various forms of expert mont with them as In the lasrt fawr days YreBtarday ten largo ballooos dit from St touts In thodnter Ltiooai race It la the second of the rr t I IJ annual series toet ffeta this cltt the flrst rnioeythalketttAree jgw Ae hawing meet evpr run for ffe lntersatleoaltropli These tens balioous orb land e truly by gas and depend fir thei progress on the direction and rca of air curronlB at different aititud Improvements have been made In materials and construction utthQ gas performs the lifting and tbiJ movemohts of the atmosphere tas um dorstood and utilized by tho ann nauts on board does the rest EkaneJ times a toady powerful wind sonds a ballcon along at an exception rate The longdlstanca tJlgbtJn1- rollelromIFtan1 o to Russlawt due to a strong regular wind and more than fifty years ago Prof Vie made a romarkablo air voyage trom St Louis OWeStata of Now York un der similar conditions At this time also an attempt basI boon made to cross the Atlantic to Europe by means of a gas halloo combined with a motor and lifeboat Success In this venture seems Improb able but it marltS a beginning that may lead to the accomplishment of the feat later on Tho balloon Is pro vidod with wireless apparatus am following the courso most travelodb transAtlantic streamers can hopofull look for assistance In csae of trouble On Sunday a large dirigible balloon with seven passengers land cd in London having made a tight from Complcgne France 195 mIles in six hours a swifter passage that any now available by roil and water This balloon Is provided with a 440 horsepower motor and has room for thirtynine passengers It crossed the Channel in fortyfive minutes The loroplnnes are not to have it all tholi own way Gas bags are still decid edly In the aviation swim Count Zeppelins airships are sustained by gas and his packot lines aloft would now be in operation but for some ac Idonts that might have been Prevented October 1910 will make balloon ilstory Olobo Democrat Qulck S Cold LaOrippe and Medicine Guaranteed to cure Coldsand LaGrlppe in 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia in 30 minutes At druggist or by mail J C Mendenhall Medicine CO Eviuviiii A Matter of Necessity A Washington woman who was Isltlng some friends in Philadelphia lotlood that the little girl In the amity was eating some new sort of cereal at breakfast She evinced Ittio enthusiasm for tho stuff Dont you like it dearie asked the visitor I dont think much of It replied the child Then why do you eat iU The little girl paused in her task of disposing fthe obnoxious article cad regarded her interlocutor grave Iy Its got to be eaten said she olemnly The grocer gives mamma a coupon for every two packages she buys and Its got to be oaten every lornlng November Llpplncotts To cure LiQrlppe sad Colds 2 hours take IVit LaOrippe4J II fur drsftisl bps sot keep Utn ttti 25cli J C Mendenhall Medicine Coy Ertiniiic lit and get them post paid Guaranteed I A Universal Thanksgiving Why should not all the world unite one day In every year In a universal giving of thanks The Christian hould not be and probably is not Ilny more thankful to the God he wor shills than is the Buddhist the Mo ammodan the Jew the Confucian the Zoroastrlaif and those of numor ous other denominations sects re ligioUsor whatever they may bo ailed who make up thy religious po ulatlon of tho earth In the United States where the first public day of thanks to God for Ills blessings was observed we have all faiths and in one way or another they all scognlzo Thanksgiving day And our- Is tho only Christian country which haa such a festival among its days of Iwervanee Thanksgiving Day is our tonopoly but we have no desire to lonopollzo and no one in this broad land of freedom would offer thee lightest objection or opposition if Great Britain Germany France Rus sla Italy Spain all the Christian countrIes of Europewished to joint with us on that day In returning thanks publicly to the God who con trois all our affairs Nor would we eeltaeto admit lido our oGsarvance at such a day any people ot Asia A- fCaorthe Islands ot any seas OTxe brotherhood of man 8 the ilbbblotb of modern publicists and electricity are making pcanmon in tereats In hire affairs ofhill people rerywhere But brotherhood is nit iselblo without fatherhood said ikl ough faiths differ feaera jg aaoagl inklnd an almost ualveraal belief hila One Cauee a UBiverwm F kerr O civMlzed anduDclvlUft1t exLetsa senae of appreciation atfa j vr + mot t tR tZ r r4- Ti r v r bottless j Cured My- Rheumathii A have been a ferer from rheumatism yearsandhave and medicines noZ mine told had nlln relict once I got two and they cured met thlnkitlslheb Liniment a person can have the house Ishall always keep a bottle my house as longas I can get ItMRSE R WALL Ace Va Another Letter x J MRS JAMES McGRAW of Mahdeville St Orleans La Writes 4t I take pleasure in writing to you that I bad a pain myarm for five years aad 1 used SLOANS LINIMENTfor verv highly Sloans Liniment instantly relieves stiffness the Joints Sore Throat Hoarseness Sprains Neuralgia Sciatica and Lumbago Better andcheaper than porous plasters 9At All Druggists Price 5c COc and Treatite bn the Hone cent Free Addr ti EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASS ing of gratefulness for favors whatever their source As man sos a feeling of obligation towards his fellow man for any good receiv ed much stronger is this foiling to wards that Being whom he rocogntes as Supreme It is a human instinct coordinate with his creation and depending on no creed With tho material then ready at J f1 i II suf ments patent which gave me relief A lady friend me she used Liniment and Jt bottles in in 1216 New in I of 1100 DR possess hand for this public expression of thanks let the nations of the earth kraypies shall lay aside their multiplicy of Interests shall concentrate their di vergences of custom nod unite in thanking the God of their worship for his manifold mercies W J Lam pton In November Llpplncotts girtiii rtrt1Tt I SEND YOUR BOY TO ftMatheny Batts itELKTON = KENTUCKY A limited select school Col M itt trfrom tKentucky and from six Southern states Equipment valued t45 HeatrHotc roundings excellent No saloons Extremely healthful location 3t if rtIfyou want your boy carefully trained send him to JIB and send I ITheschool peng Sept 7 t- Y j r Write r illustrated CatalogueA 1C Address AH CommunicationsY v MATIIENYp J 1 f F 40 jo PriJlciEela l I r 1 I f t f I r fI frt fo I J t nc1tr Fp r- W r TIlT Au ITuIAwJ CR0 rUft raced Figures Show Exact Conditions Rrovail= J lOg t i t+ Tilts years tobacco crnp big as It Is laa dlsapidontnlent says the Cln- clnnatl Enuirer it wuinot pass bl1Iop pound mark set for tt In tho early spring when after almost 491Q00 acres more than fn 1909 had bOOq set out undermost favorabin conditions thu plant started forward th most promising growth Those 40000 acres with the prom- Ised Increased yield from the total of 1td9771 acres plantul would lBSlly have mado a yield to exceed n billion pounds But the crop met with a succe lon or misfortunes Cold storms autd rest overtook It early in its Ute latex disastrous floods swept away whole holds on bottom lands thci the dropght touched It as It touch od corn and a total of 20000 acres are reported as riot having roaehtd hartst stage According to reports the total area for barvest Is 1149831 neras which compares with 1130537 1a 1909 The Yield Is estimated at 931068695 pound compared wIth 913rJ044452 In i909 expected3taone billion pounds as the Reporting Board of the Uepartment of Agidcul Lure put the area planted at 1215900 acres and the condition at nbout78i comparedwith an average of SO ft this time In 1909 and a tenyears av rage of 82 Calculating on the Governments reported yield for 1909 of 949057000 the statisticians ot the bu realr should have rio trouble In figuring out a bllllQll pounds The ddifference between The Enqulr orsestimate and that of the Govern ment lies mainly in Kentucky where- the Coernment claims a planted area of 470400 acres while rt portsh The Enquirer from every county of the State producing tobacco in eommerc- lal quantities COVer a planted area of only 388860 acres with onlY 375 I 908 for the harvest Many reports from Kentucky aro I much discouraging as to the leld And while there are about 10000 acres more than iii 1909 for harvest the ryied Is estimated to be 2000000 pounds less The Injury however fell most heavily on the dark distrIct I so that the yield of burley In Ken j tucky will be 197652000 pounds corn t a pared with 182865195 In 1909 The crop is practically all cut and llfoused and the curing la progressing under most favorable conditions The quality generally Is good and the leaves promise to grade high as to color Exceptions to this appear lu- thofClJOrts from the several states j Kentucky 55 counties 178094 acres with 182865 105 pounds Ohio eight counties 43653 acres with 24891000I pounds Indiana five counties 14750 acres with 12525500 pounds Vest Virginia Missouri Virginia Illinois etc 18050 acres with 18744300 pounds Total 254897 acres with 239029905 poundsKentucky 73 counties 200000 acresI with 197652000 pounds Ohio 16 ties 40000 acres with pounds IndIana 18 counties24005000I acres with 17321000 Virginia Missouri Virginia illinoisI etc 20000 acres with 19100 JIotnlt5 284000 acres with 25S47SOOO pounds After a glance nt these figures It Is easy to understand why the Bur tIcy Society has failed to perfect a pool for 1910 and why there has been such haste to sell the 1909 crop at auction at several cents below the prices originally put upon It Had tho crop conditions continued favorably from the time ot planting to 1 harvest the burley crop of the United States would have exceeded 100 001000 pounds B Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORiA To Kill Off Pests The frequent pUblication otrcportB that this or that pest had seriously danmgI this or that crop ot fruit in this or that section of the noun try gives particular pertinency to he report ot the consul gone ot the United Stator at Vancouver who gly1 ff tc jntQfP1atf911 that the Canadiai 1rr 30000 trait trees which were afflicted witli certain diseases In this count try rtherQ Is little ilclentllie exclu4don- of Infected trees rtronly not to the I extenL of the quarantine against Int 1ecte lire stock Yet 1f81 nrig Idlyf enforced along thle line must- eonatltuter one t hA main fsaturee- vyhateverIf remedial steps aru to be t Itea to protectahe fruit Broyers- tieaUuitedSStMas ae advaa1b- e1kat has been made along j r1 I Qiolentlfiec I t l J u- r r I ui J lines fthe tnvesdgalion otthl causes slid pprovenUon andcurool spitpc being dlMerJnnted by tht Undo pa pots4hereis still aYcry large field for continued 4nvestlgatiolr nOD the linesItrhars the rtal nod how evLi L fOr a lltoro rigid pusorvan find application of what has already been determined There youldod to be little treason for fruit grower to by so nearly at tho mercy riflrooI- HJIUfas they are They can do Utth to offhyt climaticc disadvantage but the loss which annually occurs woul- bo very materially reduced It thc deadly pests which attack what th ng frost leaves were attack more sclenWIca1I and more persIs- tently The mere planting of trees and waiting for the sun and tainLa do the rest Is not onoNghyet It Is aU that a great many fruit misers do State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County as Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business In the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pRy the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLTAn 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 and subscribed In my presence this 6th day ot December A D ISSG A W GLEASON Seal Notary pUblic Hollis Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nally and acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of the systom Send for testimonials tree F JClIENEY CO Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists loc Take Halls Family PIUs for consU patlon m Good News From the Youths Companion We have had to make The Youths Companion urger to get lu all thh good things that Companion readers ought to have The added amount would niailo foul hundred pages of standard magazine size and prInt but wo have kept the price just the salne 175 for the l1lttwo weeks of 1911 and all zhu Issues for the iist of this- year free front the time you send your subscription send you tho beautiful Prospectus of store for Companion readers next yea- Wo cannot do It here though there lIB not room But send us your ad dross on a postul card and eves will Would like to tell you what is In The Companion for 1911 announcing many now features together WWI sam Ales copies of the lJaIer- We think you will agrIC when you have read then that there Is no other paper that gives quite so muoh of such a high quality us Tim COUl vanlonTito now subscriber receives a girt of The Conipanions Art Calendar for 1911 reproducing in twelve colors and gold a beautiful watercolor garden scene THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley St Boston Mass New Subscription Received at this Office Worse Than Bullots 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 Dlleldens Arnica Salve cured me when all else failed Ire writes Greatest healer for Sores UI sers Dolls Burns Cuts Wounds Brut sos and Piles 25e nt all druggists n Their Virdict Fetch the body ordered the fore man of a Texas coroners jury The body was laid buore them The Jury made a careful examination and questioned tho atttdnding surgeon Whur was ho hot1 Square through the heart Dead In the center o the hart Right in the center Who shot him t Jake Daniel I A dozen witnesses declared that JakQ feed the shot awl Jake himself admitted It Thu jury ganulted softly for sometime Welt Gontlqmenof the jury said the coroner whats your verdict WaalJedge answered the tour man weve come to the conclusion that Jake Daniels Is We dandiest shot JDo the 4lart9and don t ypu forgot ItCfiIoago InterOcea- nCheapClubbing tMl k r l Rates We traYe made an arrangement wiU the publishers off the Inland Farmer- of Louisville whereby we are enabled to turnblh The Hartford Republican and that paper ono rear for 150 The InlaidFarmer is a weekly Jour ualleadose l the eat fawn papers pubnshtaf Is the United states Our reader tibould take advantage of huotherF l i- as if a tr-Y 1fI 0 OHIO OUNJIAN iN OLD MEXICO s l Interesting Letter Telling Some thing of Land of Bull FightsI l IEdlt r Republican1 was raised In- Ohio County but now live at San An Salo Texas five hundred millS lilt i thIs city 1 am down here to plate some race horses treat the state The racing will cotnmlI1co soon and last fightingdmany from the Status us gambling Is not prohibited here I WIIIt through tile Catholic Church which Is said to bo throw hundred mrll old and which Is kept iu good repair An Aged sexton with bible In hand Is always In attendance when you enter at all times liS hundreds do ever day sight seeing Jt one forgets to remove his hat or speaks above a low whisper ho Is signaled to correct his bad manners It Is u line place Then to the Jail the word jail does not In our country cal ry a thought so horrible as It present In this country under Ul niose favorable circumstances I Went through this jail I saw nil nuUonahities They We for cod to sloop QIl a concrete floor with out a thing to lie on or cover up with and allowed six cents American mon ty to live on per day or one and a half Mexican money I found one young man from California who has been In jail for eight months with out a trial charged with smuggling Ho said prisoners have been there for twenty years said several froze eta ry winter No fire no bedding The crazy nnd criminalssareconfined do- gether t saw one little girl four vrI lIvo years old This was tho saddest of Ule sad things l saw os my mind wandered back to my little Innocent ones at home 1 am sitting at the toot ot thu second prwldeut of Mexico nlOllumlnt which Is a grand tiring and I find tile Mxicans hold It us sacred all we do VashlnltonII Now- I saw a now picture of Uncle Stun today lie looked natural In his red white and blue hut hl himl n bottle of booze and his looks showed he had been drinking too heavy It was a saloon sign and I was ashamed of his conduct In Juarez I will close Success to this lhpub lIcun J C WOOUWAHDI Juarez Mexico Stops the Cough heals the Loaga QUICKS ME ICINI- It not better then any other money back J C MIiNDENHALL MEDICINE CO- PVANS ILL IND Put it on Leap YearIRalph W Smith the dictating to his stenographer the other day when a woman entered the office according to the tenver Post Is this Mr Smith t she asked it Is was the reply What can I do for you t- Id like to s e you in private said the woman I never see anybody In private Mr Smith said Go ahead and tall ilght hero My stenographer knows aU my business anyway No salll the woman hesitatingly I want to SIC yell Is private Impossible mallam Not even for a moment t No The woman smiled scornfully Io 1- supposo yourenfrald of me just because Its leap year she said QUICKS COUOI Quickest and best for coughsI GUARANTEED Solll by druggists Made by J C Mendenhall Medicine CoEvaesvllleled Order Ohio County Court Regular term October 3rd 1910 lion R R Wedding J 0 C C PresidingJ et al For Motion Judgment Stock Law Election Prct No 32 Dan T Wilson et ai For Motion Judgment Stock Law Election Prot NoH A S Keown et at For Motion Judgment Stock Law Election rct No 10 San Morton etal For Motion Judgment Stool lAW Election Fret No 17 J M Evertyet al For MoU Judgment Stock Law Election Prct No 6- JM Taylor et alyFor Motion Judgment stock Law ElecUnon Fret NO 13 n appearing to the UstacUnof the Court that the IJscal Court5of Ohio County bya majority ot the members comp sfng the same has r a heretofore by regular order decided that elections to regulate the running nt large ot cattle and alto species thereof In Ohio County Kentucky shall be confined to the voting pre cinets within said county and It further appearing that S W Arnold and 30 other legally qualified voters of Arnold voting precinct No 32 Dan T Wllson and 45 other legally quall fed voters of Horse Branch voting precinct Xo 11 A S Kewn and 30 other legally qualified voters ot Select voting precinct No 10 Sam Morton and 26 ether legally qualified voters ot Smallhous voting preCinct No 17 J M Everly and 25 other legally qualified voters of bernlvo voting precinct No 2G and J M Taylor and 19 othelr legally qualified voters of East Beaver Dam voting precinct Xo 13 have each filed their petitions herein praying that an election be held In their respective voting precincts I1t the regular election November 8th 1910 for the pur pOlio of taking the sense ot 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 bo permitted to run nt large upon till Imb- Ue highways or uninclosed lands within their respectivo precincts And It nllllenrlng 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 of the same and that a fee deem ed sufficient to defray the 1IlCssal expenses having been deposited with the Clerk of this Court by the petitions mentioned In each precinct It Is therefore ordered and adjusted that an election be held In nehof tHe aforesaid precincts ns prayed for In the several petitions herein filed at the regular election Xovelllbel lith 1910 and It Ill further ordered that the Clerk of this Court furnish to the various precincts herein named ballots with the following question submitted thereon Are you for or against the running at large ot Cattle or any species thereof upon the pub lic htghiiinys or unlnclosetl lnllds In conformlty to this judgment nn order hllltofore adopted by the Ohio County Flseal Court It Is further ordered and adjudged by the Court that the officers of he regular ellctlonlJo and they are hereby directed to open n poll at enelt and nil of the voting place In the aforesaid hileciucts let Ohio County Kentucky on XOll11hlr Sth 1910 for the purpuso or aISCo- ftalnlng the willo the legal voters lu each of salll ItfeeihiCta ulon the question aforesaid It Is further ordered that noUco of the submission of the aforeutdd phestiOhl shall be- publislleil at llllIt 20 days prior to said election lu at least four inns ot Hartford Republican a paper of general circulation lntblished or llmt ford Ohio County KeuhlCly Ordered that lJow 1caU1I1 herein ho- colIUnued for rllolt or election as provided by Statute Coppy Attest W S TINSLEV Clerk Olio County Court The Call of tho Blood for purification finds voices In pimples bolls cOI11Ilexlun u jaundiced look moth putchlH and blotches on the sldua11 signs ot liver trouble But Dr Klugs New Llfc Pilla snake rich red blood give clear shun rosy chocks fine llIIpltx Ion health Try them 25c at all drugglslts nt The Enemies Apro os of time eunilty now happily huriid that used to exist betrvron- Mlneapolls and St Paul Suilatel city 1 remerher an address on carLss- building that I ouCe heard lu Jllu neapolis1Vhy said the speakor In the eOlllSo of thlll address ono nhahl taut of St Paul Is killed by accident lu the streets every fortyeight hours A bitter voice from the 111 of the ban interrupted Voll It alut etough tt aId Real Estate fiO Acres of the finest nought river bottom land located three miles wgst- of Hartford About 20 acres In cultivation Good dwelling and out build Ings A bargain for i250 We have 460 acres of tine bottom land rom one and a hilt to two miles ot Hartford part of It with Umber Also about 75 acres of up land belonging to the same tract Terms easy yi frI s a a tI180 Acres of land two miles south of Rosine on a free delivery route out of Beaver Dam 30 acres bottom land about 20 acres Umber land and the rest of ft fairly good upland Five room frame two story house two barns end good tenant house Splen did orchard never fnlllng well In yard and horse lot and spring In easy reach ot the house In good repair dust be sold and will bo sold ata bargalll Apply to BARNETT SMIThI HartfordKy I For and t vet eoearn IW rase err w IACNTOWH and dltrlet to ride and exhibita everywhere are mking money last JIlifter w a Mt allow TEN DAIS FItEE TIUAL during which time OU may ride the bicycle and pull to any test IOU wiah II you are then not perfectly athfied or do not wish to keep Ihe bicyde snip Itback 10 us al our and rllll It1 h I It 1 to Ire middlemens profits by buying direct of m and have the manufacturers anlee behind our UO NOT hilly tires from rJMand learn our unheard of Jotterriurand letorhlrr althen you receive our beautiful catalogue ant than any other factory We are satisfied with Igoo profit above factory cost DlelCLE 1hAhEIIS can Sellour bicycles under your on tame at aOODIe our price urdera hued the day received SECOND IIANU UICYCLIj We do not regularly handle second hand bicycles but I usually have a number on hand taken In trade hy our Chicago noel store These we clear oul at prices raniin Irom 81 10 lit or IlIttl bt a n hsts ma led fre O o0 PAIR ONLY The regular retail price ofline lire is- JA30 per pair dui la inUduce In will telbouasamplpairlorrl Otrush MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tack or URIA will not let the sir out Sixty thousand pair sold last year Over two hundred thousand pairs now In use- DE80RIPTiON Made in all sizeeItklh eiy and easy ridinPverydureblennd llaed lnaldewitlt DASTORIA Infants Children the Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the SignatureJof In- USe For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA CIIOTAU AGENTamplelateetullpartsiularradl shiptomakeFACTORYabigeleorapairnt reouirrkniesidreceive IIJIQ andCOASTERHEDGETHORN PUNCTURE PROOF 85SELFHEALING TIRESOINTRODUOE its wIIodSIJN- O aspecial quam 01 ruDDer WOICII nver I comes treatItogtheairloescapeWehare6edcustomerillalugt c res aeon yenpllmpeAlld la- uponceortwke U also riot atrtpin wholea aeaaon to prevent rlmeutlhrg This I otherbyIt1UiNtlsdvertiingpurpoaeawearemakin shIp C o n on j approval You do not pay a cent until ou hare examined and found them strictly liS represented We will allow a eah dleount ofp r cent making the price 63JI1I per pair If 011 Intnot sallsfaclory all eamlnallon We are perfectly reliable and money oeut to us is as sales In n- I bank If you order a pair of these tires you find that they will ride easier run faster wear better and look tiller than any lire you have ever used or seen at any price We know that you will w well phrased that when you want a bicycle 011 will give us your order We want to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offer buyIFany kind at guy price until you seed for a pair of Pllllcture roof tires at lhespecial introductory price quoted aloe or write for our big Tire and SundryCatalogue which describes and all makes and kinds of tires at about half the usual s blCdeIoffers we are making Jt only costs a postal to learn everything Write It NOW J L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO Ill PURCHASINGSave I FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS Ior only 2 The regular price is Stoo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of I J2S Books and stationery arc included ro time limit If not ready now buy one for future use BUSINESS COLLEGEE ASIUlo rq Seconi sndWslnutStrete LOUISVILLE KY r ti I 7 J f 4p4 n J flf r2c ltI tlartfold Republican Bat ed ataonnog to law at LeYlfetom- Eartterd Ka mar matter oftbe woee- aletas c M BARNETT Ethic- T=3PXotT- IESQUSDbrlan6Oiuc vrItFRIDAY odTOBE28- REPUBLICAN TICKET For Judge Court ot Appeals JUDGE J ALLE DEAN For Congress DR D W CADDIE Republicans remember that Itbe o4 tlon Is ono week from Dtt Tuesday It w not true that wages luwo not advanced In this country In the IJl14 t few years It Is also untrue that la borers are unemployed It you do not bolleve this stateuient try Ito hire someone There should be no stay at home Republicans In Ohio County next TU3 day Let us keep the majority where It has n for several years or In- cnuse It over that ot the last Ares dentJ11 election Our Democratic friends clamor tor cheap goods cheap living eotfoig- etfid of the tact that no ono line o- Ctmde can be put In the cheap class without effecting everyy other lIno He who would buy cheap must sell cheap Is the inexorable law of trade Only one week from next Tuesda until election Every Repabilan should go to the polls and Ctst his vote In favor of a continuation of the protocUe tariff system and the el forts which are being put forth by President Taft to restrain the trusts It Is a veryserious U n wheth ca or not the loss of life attol1da11t upon the many nttti1mllt with the dorigihle lJallcon and varIous kinds tf nlr croft which have been made during the year 1910 Is compensate for by the knowledge which mas boon mined along the lInQ of air 111vlga- It Ion Death Is nc TlSpcch oC persons or of lOlIUml parties Last meek Senator Dollher was sudduely remove from the walks of men IJlomhlent- as a member of the Republican par ty This week Hon David D Hill flxtnernor of New York and Ilro- mlnent In the affairs of the Democrat- Ic party for a quarter of a centur- vaaa gathored In by the grim reQpei Mr Hm was IU1 aspirant for the pr I deny and no doubt died a dlsall poInted man btoause he fa11vc1 to reach that exalted station Or D01110cratlc fricrids were very sanguine two or Hiroo mouths agQ that they would carry the next Housed Representatives with a whoop ln fact they were so loud In their clams that It almost made the average Re- rubliean think that they might also by some hook or crook duet the prcptdent from the whlto house and yxrt in someone of their own svlc tlon at this years election However Uheir tune has already begun to mange and they are now only claim In the House of Rein 8entatlvvs b1 twelve majority Query tf the1 elaJm the House now by twelve ma jority whereas they claimed It by llIor- utIun one bundrod threw months ago on whioh side will the majority land tfCl lIaY8 from now What Inducemnt havethe Dem- camts to offer to our farpers to Ioto their tlclcot They arts telling the factory workingmett tin the east that they Fhould vote with theme In or ier to bring about chllllr food and the tllrlllcrs should vote with them In order to bring about cheaper ml1nllCa lured articles Ilolh of those condition oatmot be brought abOut by the Deni- oerat or any other party without dirE tOIlS nud distrss to nil classes The artier will raniember a few year ago when the Wilson blU was trloi cut that with bursting barns and cat lttllshe could notwe upon n thousand N amowlbg machine or n 1j- Imr the slunple son that he hid J1J market for his products tIbo wll flea wtre Idle oven Mont hun Y because they had n moneY wIU- 1mltieh to iiurchaso food from rthe Car dater The onlyy condition whtclt wit roTe satisfactory ItO nIl is high 111110- 61lann fr taroduots good wages tar th- aaiiI mom and work for everybOdy Tbta to the Republican doctrIne TaLE it the condton that wars so long main tIiined under the lato DlngleY tarn jaw It will be the condition IW hi ell i under the present tariff Jar 11L1ho croakers will lWIO ccroakini- atieii the orltloo win cease to orlUcls enough for us to obtain fC8U- lll1J IL J1ukeWuDor Ear Sat1iOfJh1 iadeurt of Appeals and candLdtte tor 11fp reelection Oketoa tarr nlzodfld- dlenco at the courthouse Saturday The judges speech was a dlgnlftol- atesnent of hbatoworhhip an- a klos rnonpart1san Judiciary Tho onlyzdhing which marred a goo plain tajwas the Judges tten11J to deaj n 11tlC8vllen ho attempt od to ascribocep hQil1sot man tl the protective thrift system lIl ttomcht that those never was a time when the rich rete richer nnd the poor worn poorer Was na eviden- atmtsI the mbble As though th- Republioai party was responsible torI this ronditlon If true It Is easy to make the very boor man b- eltovbthat his condition Is mused b- sodie wrong In the government In stood of perbaus ehargcnhlo to his own failure either to apply ihlmsllf or conduct his bustncss In u safe and sane manner The Judgos claim that much OfU1Q wretchodnes existing today Is brought about by the wasting of money upon the mrt ot the rich was a neW doctrine Thor Is no such thing as wasting money ca- cept j to the Individual who parts with It We apprehend that If we could Induce all the very rich people to waste their mone3 by spemiding It torI anything which could possibly attract them IL would bring about a redistribution of thIs wealth and caWIC- I learnIadage wan does not stop to think thatI when the wealthy spend 5000 GooO for an autos able that 5000o I GOOO goes almost entirely Into thm hands of labor whloh produces tho I machine from the row material to the finished product In tact we would very much blame the very richI it they did not spend their mone some way and WI do not care wheth er they spend It for fvaUlCrs automobiles or airships just so It gots Into the bands of the U110n IJ llel Cost OYProtection Colonel Roosevelt In his Indiana speech In favor of Uptted Stntea Sun ator Deverldge Is reported as having said that he Id convinced that the American people arc by a vast majority favor of a Protection Tar- Iff equalizing the cost of producUonln this country and abroad can only ht brought about by reducing the cost I of labor In this country to the cost I of labor In Europe Just now we have before us the spectacle ot a strike on the railroads of France where the employees are demanding that the minimum wages shall be ono dollar a day The minimum pay of men employed by railroad corn Ilanies In the United Statos Is much more than one dollar a day and yet railroad emplyees are not satisfied If we are to bring time Wageearll of this country to the level of wage earners In Europa by reducing the cost ot production In this countr to tho cost of production abroad wt arc booked for t riotous time Trenton State Gazette What The College President Doesnt Know Dr Woodrow Wilson Democratic candidate for Governor of New Jersey Is rapidly dovoloping all the IIUallUI- pt a lIrstclasa demagogue Spealdn8 to the farmers of Gloucester County yesterday ho said that the organiza tion of labor was the only moans by which the WIokJngnutn had got nhead as a workdngman The Tariff had Hover done A thing for him- No Intelligent mm will deny the value or organization to the Interests of labor But organization W paralyzed when the demand for labor slacke when there Me three applicants for every Job of work available So It was In these United States when the WII80tlGOlJnU Tariff was In opera Lion Organized labor lalnU1 no vie Lone during those dismal years It way powerless to prevent cages from going down and no labor lender was during enough to suggest an advance I In wages when manufactures were keeping their plants In operation un dor daily sacrifice It was only when the WUsonGorman law was repealed and I industry ruvlvod under the mngley Tariff that Qlganled labor round itself In a prosltlcn to demand Its due share pf the proflta of produm Limn It lay not be easy for a cot logo professor to realize taw exact ral- aUons ol Tariff leglshatton to labor but every intelligent worknman and CVOTY intelligent farmer knows it I Brooklyn Times I A Tariff that Makes Missouri taw I awry rich koeps wagonat t high ttandard keeps taotonfea busy and I brightens the face of the toiler ae wail astho capitalist ought to be ae- calltablCJ oven to a Demlat ir he knows onough to make a livine Lockwood Mo Luminary Mules for Sale A splendid pair ot mules well broke o work Will sellcheapr Apply to- ttr1 HOOKER4IwrutIAMS r1 Hertford Ky SOME LIESABOUT THEM t RIFF Many Shallow Falsehoods E- ploited by Enemielaf Protection Some ono has 11od- 1It Is a short ugly jprd bUt dt tills the bilk Some one has lied Some one has been trying to nmko Us believe that the peoplo aro tiuf boring from Republieaz misrule It Js a llol Look about you Sonij one bas been trying to make us believe that there is a great di- ottdluness in the United Stat that the uncmploy11 are ninny and fllat want is widespread It Js a lie Try to hire someone Soma Gnu has been saying th wages haws not increased os ha- iuIas ot the necessaries ot life It Is a ltcl nenlson phys 225 PI day for street work Some one has beofn telling ng that you can reduce the price of foodsturCs without reducing the price ot trm products It Is n sIlly hot Some one has been urging that UtI Payne Tariff law was not a revision downward the pries were incesas- on d account ot it and that It did not recLem the prondsv of the Ro publican party It Is a lint Tho payee law reduced tho TarJCt on 664 arUclus and Increased the Taft on 220 articles The Paine farlfC law dcriased the tariff on goods the onsumptien value of whIch asI9- 518787ri and increased the Tarltf on Gods the consumption value of which was S787riG074 A balance ot Ocr 4000000000 on the decrease side oC- Ule ledger Somo one has been tellingthat tho Thrift Is causing high prices It is a lie Boots amid shoes arc higher tban mvor before But hides are on tbq tree list and the Tariff on boots nl1ll shoes has boon reduced GO per Cent iarncss Is still high but thu TarlCt was reduced 6 per cent The Tnrlft- on agricultural Implements was re- ducoo 26 per cent on all Iron and stcl products the reduction was frolll IG per cent to GO ller cent On bam bc wire the Thrift was reduced 37 per cent Petroleum and its product sere placed on time free list Sonny ono has said It was n Ilell uans Tariff Of the 678756074 worth of gOOds on which time Tariffs Wt1J Increased 637903549 tonne under the head of- luxUlios articles ot salutary U while 2408522 conna under tIle plead ot- nlClfiRarks In other words the use r of luxuries pays thrc fourth of the Tarift luereases and the user ofnect arks onfourth On the other hand the nearly five bblllons of dollars on which were deereasea were 111n- CUca11r nil on necusnuhs Some one is trying to make us bc- Ievo thlt the farmer is the duet aul- eror from Uw Republican systtem ot- prottCtlon as carried out In the Ding ey and the Payne Tariffs r It Is a 1101 During the put ten years the vain lof farms and of tarn products has In reused u per cent or rofm twenty Utousand millions of dollars to twenti nine thousand millions of dollars Some one lies accused the ltclIlbllcan- leatlnrs of being out of harmony IWltJ- ltho people as being tools of cot IJOrate interests is a lIel IIt ona has pointexl to the party ot the future and has Intimated that tho usefulness of the ltl3pllblllQn pat ty was at an vud It Is a llol Traitors may betrayDll1Iocr3cymoJtr- lul111Jh for a time the lesson 01 11892 may have to be roptated br- lepublleanlsm will survive and wll- I again be victorious and will bo th good old Rvpubllcanlam the Uelmbll- canlsU1I that staUds for Protection au- irosperityI till upbutlding party th marty of McKinley Df Roosevelt an of TaftDunlsoa Ia ItvleI Wagons W8god5L Wagons I Farmers jUenUonWe have largo stoclt or wagons that ToWI closeQut at absolutely tile cost J production Como to our factory c write us what size you want wca- AU you money Address HlClOllNEDBEUT CQIo Owensooro KY CROMWELL Oct 25Mr Herman Kahpor thl place left bo day tnoon to hellldriv Dine cattle to twensboro for Taiyle lean ana Turner Miss Ruth it unley Btsnver Dn yJstedMIas Corlne TJlford Saturda- mid Sunday + Mr Ddtmor Stewart Select wa- oiC1 ore Sunday- Mr Joo Ke wn Miss Alma S1mp J i 1 i c j I J r UWe I Want YourT4ye Sirt 1 ir J It mho eeemn strange thing to Sl1ybllt U ist t11 absolute fact that IT ISAS GREATLY TO YOUR ADVANTAGETC BUY HERSAS IT IS bit ADVANTAGE 1 TO SELL TO YOU We KNOWpositivelythat we arcofllcrfngj the greatest oloth values ill this oltywe know that we cim save you money on- every r purohasewe know that ye can please you WI SlI every selectidnandd all ask is a olanoean opportunity to provcit11esQfn tsto you today nnd h SUglte our offerings Relil ber yiiat vc sny1T IS Ih TO DO SO N vytfFf TOfOURI III MENS FALL SUITS Ij These suits are made for us by oniof- the most reliable mannfacturors in 1 J i country and wecall guarantee tlic workmanship in every suit The pm terinIs the linings and the tailoring throughout arc of unusual excellence fi the patterns are new and classy ant j 15t1fitt you have only to try on one of these BOYS KNEE 1 With two pair of trol1scrsj Parents will appreciate this feature Jan extra of knickers with stAtheoursit means practically two suits 1- l for the price of one Made in the 1 est manner ofallwool oas2imeressew 1 ed with silk and and guarani- anteed to give the best of service You j 00vlj IJ I I I I liI J son and Miss Marlc Rogers visited Mr- Keowns old home Sunday evening near Select Mr J B Rhoads Centertowtn visit id his son J Alex Rhoads from Thursday ovoning until Sunday mornIng Rw A D Gardner Beaver Dam tilled his regular appointment here Sunday evening at 7 olcloekr Subject Preaching the Gospel anti the moons of sending it to the hlJlllthen and how much to be given It was quIte an able sermon Mr Frank Plummer and son Paul MCVlY 111 Mr and Mrs D D Trout Cromwell Mr and Mrs R Sr James and daughter Claudia and Mrs Alice Arbuckle and little granddaughter Vera Ilosey Select spent Saturday at this place the guests of Mr and Mrs J Alex Rhoads Mr Cuss Gllstrap and Mr Ray Dunn spent Sunday afternoon at Hartford Mr W S Grlletmp spent from Saturday until Monday with his tamlly- at this tJr ro Mr J J Stewart Select was here today to attend the meeting of the stock holders of Cromwell Deposit flank for the purpose of eluding now officers Mr Porter Amos hash sevoro ease of erysipelas of the toot Hi has been confined to his hod for several days Mr Shernlal1 Vlck and Mr Demun brun were In town today Mr Noah Cooper and tUllllly Sim mons visited hero Saturday and Sun day Mr Cooper seems well plnsed with his work Judge Gentry visited his son at Livermore a few days last week Mr Rlehaid Sorrel and son went to Render and rtoturncd yesterday Mrs T C Stratton Is quite sick at the prevent writing Mr L E Arbuckle Select was hero today on business 1fr wI Warren Gllstrap was hers with producdtoday lt i only a few more daysuntll ho- electlon and let every one bo Inter vstotl enough tho It be anotf yea- rtogo to the POlls and rote for two- as good Rttnubiicans as the stats affords Del not stay at bomb for therein the danger the a Mrs Avery Stewart issick at hert horn on MalnStreet Mr Jesso Badzo end Bass Claudia James select wero hero Sunday thin guests or Mr and bars J Alex RhOads a eo VFSalcrr One promistng Flvo Qolt DRi IIS BEAN t 10 i 14t2 QlatotlKr r- Y f Jr iii J c II 4OUNG MENS SUITS LJ e Wlit teycrY yottng man cbiiiity vJ preciates inOhiOII ll W to collie fuandsee ditUijieof snits Wc ore offering ot 8 5k VeWUritYOllr t ade and to sec rc ibW we rniist offer better values that anyothcr store and ivo are eel positivelttJithe e Suits llt the price we JlB 8 50I i e t i TtGER BRAND Shirts Woltderfu showing of new patterns tand ooloringsmost complete assort went ever shown in Hartford all sallsizes lengtlls Prices all 5fl- ltilcpe C 1 MENS FALL HAT I Special attention is called to our BUll nor Special ill soft and stiff hats exact copies of the highest priced blocks 00them Carson CompanyINCORPORATED o Hartford Kentucky ooorooICourt Notes Comth vs Bruno Frey plea of guilty law and facto to the court and lined UO and costs The two other cases were on motion ot the Commonwealth and County Attor neys dismissed The following Commonwealth cases were continued r service viz Comth vs Rufus Bartlett Luther Bruce Herbert Balls Warren Kel ley CleTeor clint Smith Carl alias Crowder Fox Anderson Young2 cases Gilbert Tatum c Gilbert Tatum Lusty Rogers 2cases and Herman Hatcher Comth vs John UcCarty verdict of the jury not guilty Comth vs Walter McCarty Yer diet ot jury not guilty Comth vs YoWn C Jones verdict ot jury guilty and lined 20 and costs Comtli rs Thchnas Walker 2 cases tiled hway to be reinstated on motion ot Commonwealth or County Attorney- Comth va John Hamilton on ap peal from County court verdict ot jury not guilty Comth vs Maltie Doswell the case being called and thedefendant failing to answer a default judg ment was taken the fine fixed at 76 and costs The other prosecution against this defendant was dismissed statement having been tiled by Commonwealth The grand Jury adjourned Satur day after having returned the following Indictment In addition to those reported lost week One against Nathaniel Ward ot tense of petit larceny Tarn against Jac Snider carrying coucealedctweaponl Two against Tom Walker tell lag Infoacatingdecocttont One against Pon SUltenger Gar vying con eIcJ 4fJ1 Jfr weapon One agalnetJ py oi Sl1l1eDler o4- fenfie gatablingta olJinglntOne agatnstB ck Wilsonbreacb- of the pecw e ag rnslErneslWhlte malice loua shootingpnd wounding Three again l1 enlarence selling intoxicating decoction One against Joe Satder carrying concealed a deadly weapon irOne against Glib Fl WiJlhJ breach of tbe peac One agahitrlete Cabler gab l1Pgt J9Je Two kgalnat Whiter v iBBIIettg l II r l selling liquid mixture Which pro duces Intoxication tliquort- One against Arthur Wofford charge ot vending counterfeit checks TOne against Mattie Doswell offense ot maintaining a nuisance One against Herman Hatcher carrying concealed a deadly weapon Jury Trials S C Roberts vs L H St L R R verdict or Jury 257 for plaintiff G u Rogers vs James Cook dtsmissedsettled Robt Wakeland vs Broadway Coal Co set forward to 13th day R D Martin vs L N R R jury tailed to agree John M Graham vs M H E R R Co set forward to 13tll day Louis Hoover vs C St L N 0 RR verdict of jury GOO for plaintiff John F Southard VII Broadway Coal Mining CP verdict ot jury GOO for plaintiff Emma Hodges who sues Broadway Coal Mining Co dismissed settled Idls1UlssedsettiedBarnes Anderson vs Ada Townsley of at dlsmlRedsettlcd J D Hines vs C H Hoops set forward to 13th day J S Vertrees rs Head Mat thews verdict ot jury 232 for jplaintiff Chas Johnson vs M H p R RCo set forward to IGth days Barnes Anderson vs B D Col- lIns verdict of jury 200 for plaintiffs It YfMldkIt ce P 1 Jacksow vs kf H E J R R layD1lietgt jury 10O for platnt1fi- 3 Fhapmanvc R RCo e t t jury 76 for piaifitttf LeotMldk1ff e3f H E fR+ over Yfordetedda1t J Au bistStumpevs BdattPbt Tsui tees of Fordevilfd school jerdlc6otIj- ury for defendants 1 Gel1e aSa1dulicy vs oraceithar- et ale mol w H SandusI the alf 7 held i BeWler IamUtonys D ARloe fury toundtc the detendant iti Lucritis MldkiffraMIU lJ n + JC9 Jurytoutidoi the dafeudau- tsrlCiT IWardea II Y B Curtfg ohs- y J trlttl W 1 L oiibtIt 4- I + h r i l1 J + t rr f w 12FJ I xoUR t I i e lin I t I l- rJ QTItf b i f1 Our NEW FALL Suits and Overcoats it HE Celebratet Sterling Brand oflcnchtailocod gtirmentB arc now ondisplay Dont waste your money on cheap shodby material but come direct to us and get the very fiESE i- ntp STYLE MATERIAL ana WOItKMANSHIP Call one of our new Fall booklets whichexplains to you in etni1IJ cry garment bandIed by 118 Dont forget It pays to trn rHOUSE THAT SAVFi YOU MONEY t AIR COTHEFAI1t eOOeeeeeeI Hartford Republican I I 128ffft tlIlInolsCentratRa1lrOadTtme Table At Beaver Dam Ky Karl Iloawl MONIN Eenrd- Nollfdee4l6a Nor171dn113- 5ayoiriduelrpa No1111 due 41 pnt- No101del4Spear yotst deedrr ati IID lEE Railroad time Table at2artford y- Trdna paY Hartford elf the4onoe- ingU ee NORm BOUND 112729 a m paesengtr Daily j14340 p m Mixed Dailey except I Sunday SOUTH BOUXD 116920 n tn Mlxed pally except J Sunday 11 146 pm Paosengar Dally Timothy Seed at Feuds at U5 4Foc- UUzer for pale by W E Ellli- lltt The Produce Man Leave your Laundry at pleve hers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonville Steam Laundry Madisonville Ice Sc Laundry Company Incorporated tf- Messrs L n Martin VStovens 1and C M Barnett nUendetl We Core monlal and banquet given by R1ahah- Tanple Sbtlnors at kiatdlsonvilhe Tuesday craning Thy report n- Bplondld time and a Loge nttondauco J- oOlNObLMSlJttecn pttndttlat woro nduct across o burning sands after ehfeh an elegant banquet Was iire d The l1 t6rlr moOUag o4 the IartSorilclverge Nln betihoIdat Mt Hermon apext Saturday 29 s Preshchtngiy neyS r g1hompban pre ldfugder P J18 ra IjM7Pt- ale The I rvlment f de step Ier7ttlh bo admlydatexed kk teivoven ritng eJY e Quarterly cOOl ence at i fir 2p m 4tu1tatte1t11mC ls dealred- Pneecbing by e elder In art oriI SundaY at 11 a 111 Tim sa- eramhent ineonntetlon with his Ser vlct oleo aMr Henry Pirtlo vetluesta us toe antaounco that in 1lty lth n reetilutloa of the recent County UDlo- nT of thoAS qt E ho hac oonferfed t eomml88loner or arlcul tUre t II C wr i fe eAetedst torO1Iotlfhat 11r I r j 0- Y him that the l1stltutc will die held sometime JOUt nd- 1anuary let the IJxbat date not having been fixed Whd We date Is fIxed It wJU announced through tho- R pnbllcan Williams Daveapert The IJow1bg Green tfPleuger or the 12th Inst contalnod the following report or the marriage of Mr George D Davonport and l11ss Ethel Williams tilts Wilnanl9 is 8 nleee of- MrMooker sWilliams city This morning at 530 oclock at the home or the bnddus wtohs Mrs J Eo Williams on Bro tthrry elks Ethel Williams and Mr Gorge Davenport were untd In marriage bY Dr R 1J McOasLn ot the Flnst Prosby- tendan Church The short bUt Lnspres she ceremony was beautiful Two vocal numbers The Wide World and Dh Promtsq Me wore rendered by Mrs Fred Mutcbier before the oD- tnu1oe ot the lsrtdal arty Then to the strains of the wedding march plaYed bY MesaNell Dlckuy tIJ bridal party canoe forward Dr lloCaal1n awaited Chum nt thQl doorwAy and In a few minutes Wlltlg Wad ring cere money made Mr Davenport and MISS Williams husband and wire Miss Lu elle WUllams msfid ot honor carried plalk carnations and was accompanied by Dr lieu DnvoIIIJorl brother ot the groom Next cane Mrs W W Williams dame or honor carrying white carnations and then the bride cuid groom The bride was becomingly gowned In a dark blue cloth suit with drat and gloves on suite She carried a shower bouquet ot brides roses Mr Davenport taa successful young painter of Mlsslasppl who in every way deserves tide charming OI1lolmnlonhbhas won Miss Vllllams- Is one of our popular and attractive young ladles a member oloaeof KQn buckyA lln fsntlllds accomplished and vlvaoloue ahd Wit kegret to give bar upltit8M ttJ tesoyoungf- peopse tbMtwJlllitakJDg and happy tnarvie4 Uf4 beto co- oDitiuiIMtiJ Ui earlf tnarntng4ln- by c large hutuDelabul71 ends o aet iietnt tt alfthiraete of rice Jid bleeshgs mac trip to theYIUkj MISS C I r I I Ma4Y hqudeosne prenontawd nicety t I RIB jt r a UUftli Norte ftSaI Y 1 J hai f11eirord rJt hor5e 1RIAiqtrA fu J c I t1 I oJ irtJ t M BEAVER DAM DEFEATS BARTEORD First Match Game of Basket Ball Ev rPly d in Ohio County Beaver Dam Ky Oct 24 3910 Ut Saturday I afternoon nt 230 oclock the rEfereo blew the whistle which marked the opening of the first Interoolhgiategame of Basket Ball that OhIo County hAs ever bon able to boast Hartrord yvas out to male good her challenge or only n work before Vlz that she had the only twskut ball team that had ever exist ed In Ohio County and that she hoped that some or th4other sohools of- Uno county might summons uv enough courAge to organIze n tffu that would at least give her a practice game ThIs challenge was too great for the Beaver Dam boys to stand so they ncooptd the ohallungo and with only four daps practice met the Hart ford boys on their own ground From the very blg1nnJUgor the WK S warrIors proved to be too quick for Hartford The 11 Co boys with their now uniforms of blue made a very spectacular showing but alas the Shov- Ing they made before the game began WM the only showing that they ever made The tlrst half Was a walkover for Boast Dam At the close or the first halt the score stood 24 to 3 In favor of Beaver Dam In the sea and halt the Beaver Dam boys rcaJtz oil that they had Hartford beat so they did not put forth much effort In the last hall at the close or which the score stood U to 14 In favor or Beaver Dam Thus The first match Juno of Basket Ball ever played In Ohio county was grought to Ll close with all or B tverllanf rooters of whIch there was a large nutnberrun- ning over with enthuslsnn and givIng theIr dell Who Is proud or Beaver Dam lam Pam while the Hartford rooters had but ltttJ to say The Beaver Darn boys skewed to be better trained and 19 have a greater spirit for winning than dId the Hartford boys No certain player or the winning anHaq be praised ahoy lug Harrord8 boys playde tell t ueo- tlw test for all Jhe boys did star play Ing Hartfords boys playod well but they proved too weak for heaves Dam BEAVER DAMShultz FT Cap ltaln Taylor J e Left Forward Armstrong 0 Centrr Taylor E Right Guard Render K Lett Guard I IIARTFORDIIatcher n Captain tlosell1D Right Guard Felix H Centlr Glenn IL Forward Ford J Forward First halt Umpire HE Drown Referee O 1 Shultu Second halt UmltWe t0 L Shultz Referee H E Drown VJSITOR For Sale GooLI mine room to sthry dwelling In Cerrtertown Ky has godcls tern good cellar never filling well or rate good stable and wither out bundingq i one acre lot of ground A splendid location for family rooldcnee and hotel Price and terms reasonable Apdily to- BARIETT SMITH agents- alartord Ky SMALLHOUS Oct 2Mr Joe Bullock wont to IInrtloJd saturday Master 1Tebop Bullock wont to Cen tertoYU and Moorman Saturday nand roturned honkie Sunday morning lie was accompanied home Sunday morn Ing by his aunt and uncle Mr anti Mrs David Luck and children or cunt- crtOWD who were vtsitlng rJJonds nt- tloorman and Mrs Mat Blahop who was the guest or 4randAlrs Bullock Sunday Rev Leighton or Russc4lvllle fall ed to coins to hIs appoint at Smell house church Sunday Qunto Ii crowd at Smallhous church Sunday morning among whole were Hr Loge Drown and his singing class from Elks Chapel who did some good singing wIth Miss Annie May Jack IJO1i a organist The remains of Mr Charlie Jack gon were interred In the osmet at Equality church Saturday 1NrJack son was killed bY a train ncar Strouda- StaUoll frlday inornlag lit haves- a wife and lour small children his father and mother andbrotla4s to mourn for hint i Mr itndMi LB Overhu1 Kronoe wore guestrof Mr and Mrs S T Hunter Sunday Mrs Allen BuskUl and children Moorman were pests pf her parents SundayIMr and btrsAlonzo Franco tanned Mr and Mrs Burt Barnard or- nelUCcrnlvo Mr and Mrs J C Dralto and Mrs redid Rossfordiua- oriSuhday r rfd fJ 1g1 firi r7f 1 h SoPtJCnrrollton nvoregvs of Mr and Mrs Tom GOdsey Sunday Mr s E Hunter want to Moore man lohday- Mt I11 P1Maddox went to ROCKport Tuesday Mr ErskIne FulkC1son wont to The point Monday JltS ErsltlM Fulkerson is spending afew days at the home of tier father tnlaw Mr N D Fulkerson near Kronoe thin week Little Seral Bishop had been quite slck1or1sovaral days Th membtns or Stlialllndus Baptist churchnre requuSted to nhleet at tlll church on Saturday evenIng blore the first Sunday In ycmbor for the purpose or electIng n pastor for the church It is Loped that all who can wlll come In Loving Remembrance Leonard Maddox died Oct 20 uno age twentytwo months Darling Leonard has lot us YlS forever more But we hope to moot our loved one On that bright and happy shore There was an age band in heaven That was not quite complet- eS Cod took our darling Leonard to Fill the vacant seat Thy gentle voice now Is hushed Thy warm true heart I still And on Why young and Innocent brow Is rusting deaths cold chill Thy hands aro clasped upon thy brcctst We have kissed thy lonely brow And In our achIng hearts we know We have no darling now E D M SELECT Oct 2lFarmers are about done swolng wheat In this neighborhood Ii J W Keown was In Central City a few days thlll week He con templates moving Where Mrs Mary Awtry and Mss ZOl- Kcown or Muldenburg County are visiting friends tied relatvea lore this weekMr T C Heseywho Is working with a survey on the Ohio river was lit home a few days last week Mr and Mrs S f James yIstted their daughter Mrs Joe Miller of Gra ham Sunday Messrs S M James and C T ql ler were In Hartford Saturday on business Mrs Mary Ruby QC RockpOlt IS visiting relatives here thIs weak Apes Susie Monroe of lImllln visited the family or Mr J J Stewart last week Mr J W Duvall and daughter Oln have typhoid fevN Jlr D 1 Daugherty of Flint Spring tiled Ilt Ills rtsidenee Sunday nIght with complication or dlstntlusJ- olr W lasou SmIth who Is doIng Some carpenter work at McHenry was at home last week Mr J U Keown and Misses AlmA 1 SImpson and Marie Rogers of Cromwell Were here Sunday visiting air KlOwu8 old homestead- Mr Clarence l Own and family visited rekuives at Williams Mlues aturday and Sunday Success to the Rtiuttbllcan Heart Not Always on the Sleeve A tight manner does not necessarily mean a light hem NIne out of ten jest to cover a sorrow It III better so and yon may find serious worth wader that gayety you fear London as It Was Ilaydns Uletlqllllry of Dates snnteutent that the did uame ut London teats written 11II1lklllIIJC I3yudiu nwauhng the city Au 0111 tradltlou gives tend that London was fOl1l by Brett a descendant 01- AenelUt and ealletl New rroy ur Troy I uouut until the tllllu ur Iud woo Sill aouadeel the own wItjh twills and 1ulII1Cd it CMrIull or Lads Town This tatter Is prubllbiy thu correct ver rduu of the sWry If for no otter rea son lIlCIlUC It is nuensy uuttterto de- tflCt II similarlry hehlln the expres sloe Iuds 1uWn null IUIll101l It 1- 1clal1l1lll by t1I1lIl writers that there was II eitiy on the susue spot 110i yeArs H C and It is known that the Runhnna tOl1lultC1 II cltr there called JoPtllnlum t D Gl Real Modesty Au attar should be usodest and nnostactortare suhl a promlutuat cue lit Ii hmehtrgm Iu IItb+burg Hut I know a young nytor who ut the beginning ot his career curried modesty almdstloo far This jouug man inserted la all thee dramatic puporl U wlnt IIdertlscwent- tl1ntsuhl uJEngagement vant CtIIDU part such liS dead bocly or oatrdde shout preferred t r preferencesII Itbluk my on the fId the first lies lun fond ot golf IThe glrafto for mine declared the ISccQudtlll1 I IlCltl tile highest nltl finl1WIIlhlllJtou Herald Sensible MrsCThe lilt shore us Is unoccu pled rIght now Why dout you cmue- vand Iho thlre Mrs YOhUl dear weve Lein such good friends and I- hateto start quarreling with foulLxchanget v 4La tl The Above Statement I Is quite an exagmation but we want to talk you one minute about the largest and best toIed stock of shoes in this whole country We exerted every effort in our power to get shoes suited to every purpose and to suit every taste r have no trash to show you but if you are interested in solid honest made shoes this is the store you are looking for We dont aim for any body to come here for shoes and go awaywithout them Every new kink in style and trimmings to be had here and the time is ripe for a look isIKing Quality Shoes for lien 350 100 Queen Qnahty Shoes fur Women 10 11C 150- Barnes oISpecial Shoes for ren200 250 Barnes Special Shoes fur Women 150 25O 200ISchool Shoes for the Children E P Barnes Bros If BEAVER DAM KY or J POSTPONE SAlE 1909 BURLEY TOBACCO POOL Which Was Scheduled to Begin Yesterday at Lexington Warehouse Lexington ly Oct 20 =rbe auc UWl salts of tobacco lu tte 1909 pool of tlllJ Burley Tobacco Soc which It had b anntunced would begin at the warehouse In this city Thursday has bn officially llostpcned hyo the soclrty until home tine next week Secretary 1 D Clarlc stated this at- tefnoon that the society hid so many odds and ends of Its business to straighten up that It had been dechl ed todny that sales or Ole 1909 brat would not lJt begun hero as sclllJd- IIled The exact date will ho unnounc od later The highest price which has yet- been realized tan this vlcinlty for UllIler tobacco of HllO was received ut the Fayette noose Loaf Tobacco warehouse this xuorning for an extra alley crop bnlonglllg to Dr S 11 Halley and this tennnt DeBrulermis lod III tiLls county for whIch the average was l1iiii the high prlce being 20 cents for the bright and tlhe low being 6 cents for damaged There were 6330 pounds of his croptit tWlntIour baskets ot which uineten were sold at IIhn than II cents There were 50000 pounds sold nt thIs warehouse with no rejections c The crop was split among various buyers he Atuerlcan and several lit 1 the independent buyersioh takIng a- s11Ce I The 1JCOUtI days loose lear sales of tobatao nt the Lexington warehouse today brought out suveral now bid hers TopretlenUng lndliliel1dmlt firths or ludlvldualtl but they did litthi buying the lions share ofthe sales going tt J D Noel of the American Tobacco Company Prices ranged froW 4 12 to 20 cents most OtIL Being at I Nom 7 to 10 ccnta Aplaroxlmaituly 126000 founds were sold liters woruI auctions at three lwusetlll Fayett Lexington and Growers a Greentr Ragout 1 Cut s or him or bacon in bits Idioullmll n cupfud rbnNtbrow nt- addithrco tomatoes Jeel I t 4 tJ y the corn fron four earsscore tie gralllH thud scrape themaaltspoouf- ul or wilt and two shakos of cay tlllnn carer with boiling water and Slmmtt halt nn IHlIII Split lhos- llrLCldd wheat blsClllhl wd dip quick 1 to warm slightly salted water then hour the lOIII mixttuFo aver and serie This may also btJ served oft thin hnUsliro or toast y vChliaron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Resolutions of Respect Whelhls God In lilt lnCutt wls dou has called frees his earthly labor and our nddst to tllnnl lcrlslln- WIlts our bronrer laus Hugh who departed this life In Taylor WutS OIL the 21 day of Oct IJ1U thereforo be It ofIa true and loyal brother I Second that wo xkn1 to lads hUH Illy relatlrts and rrllJlll ursr hlurt- I felt sympathy Ilnd OOIIlIllhHal them lu their IltrcIIIIInt to hint who doth nil things well flirt that a copy or W1CS resolutions bl tlllIlall on our rcttwds a eopy be sent to Ills faunily anti that they lit publishes In tll eouutg P IIlI- SUOmml HAiEII- MONItOF LEE CASs DlmlEICOlllmltte GUNS GUNS Ui T A We Have Just Received a Large Line of- Shot Guns Rifles Target Guns AMMUNITION SHELLS ETC And rlIIHeUlIlI a L you to roll and see the largest and brat blue or Shot Guns ever is IlarUord t9 S CARSON4 u cG11QC1rr3Y 1A2Van Hartford Hentuc1tr- wt l r s j S n M lCii ryea i fr mtr a- zr1 r WEST POINT UNIFORMS rjCftdrt Mutt Sacrifice Comfort FortM Sake of Looks It s true said a retired army otH ee In a discussion of West Pointers with the Washington Herald that many West Pointers acquire a figure of perfection of symmetry and a car riage the acme of manly grace bu these bra due not to any Ingenious ap pliances but to the systematic drills and exercises that make the cadet to a certain extent an athlete At tbo outset these young fellows are put through what are called the setting up exercises their object being to straighten the body and develop tbo sheet One might suppose that it would require a great amount of such oxen else to make any marked showing but three long hours of such exercise dual will soon produce beneficial results in the most stooped forms The cadet uniform Is also a great help In this direction The dress coat is tight very tight The shoulders are heavily padded in order to give them a square effect The chest is mad thick so that there will bo no danger of wrinkling And In size a new dress coat seems always to be designed fo a boy several times smaller than the one who Is to wear It A new dress coat in fact Is always a source of suffering to Its owner When he first puts It on it buttons readily about the neck but seems to lack about six inches at the waist The owner may squirm and wriggle and attempt to re duce his waist to a minimum circum ference but his maiden efforts are never sufficient to button the new dres- coat Experience Is a great teacher though and the young fellow laugh ugly requests one or two of his friends to lend their assistance and be finally succeeds in buttoning the cont Alibis for the sake of looks Comfort has no place In the makeup of a Wes- Pointer its discipline and looks WATCHED OVER BY SATAN Superstitions That Twine About the Mandrake Plant Tbe little plant the mandrake has a wealth of tradition centering round it ouch as Is seldom found In floral lore Quite an Insignificant little plant with a spindle shaped root often divided into two or three forks and rudely re eembllng the humin form It Is doubtless from this latter fact that It has derived its name LniiRliornc In the latter part of the eighteenth century tells us to ilnrk how the rooted mandrake wears Ills human feet his human hands while It was once believed that a per son pulling up a mandrake would Instantly fall dead This was said to be because the mandrake had a human heart nt its root and when pulled it would scream In such a fearsome manner ns to terrify the hearer to death or else Induce madness Shakespeare alludes to this where ho says And shrieks liko mandrakes torn out of the earth That living mortals hearing them run mad And again In King Henry VII where Suffolk asked by Queen Mar garet whether he has not spirit curse his enemies replies toI Would curses kill as doth the groan I would Invent as bitter searching terms As curst as harsh as horrlblo to hear From time Immemorial the man drake has been associated with en chantments and has ever been be lleved to be one of the most powerful I charms of witches Mr Conway In a paper on Mystic Trees and Flowers I states that by popular superstitions in some places It is said to be perpetually watched over by Satan and if it be pulled up at certain holy times nud with certain Invocations the evil f plrlt will appear to do the bidding of the practitioner Westminster He view The Holland Primrose There is a plant III Holland known os the evening primrose which grows to a height of live or six feet and bears n profusion of large yellow flowers so brilliant that they attract Immediate attention even at a great distance but the chief peculiarity about the dent Is the fact that the flowers which open Just before sunset burst into bloom so suddenly that they give I one the Impression df sonio magical agency A man who has aryl tills sudden blooming says It I + just as If some one had toucliul tin land with a wand and thus covered It all at once with a golden sheet A Reflection on the Horse My husband bragged Mrs Jones wns a famous long distance runner In Wo day lie once outran a horse In a twenty mile race Isnt Hint funny answered Mrs Smith We once had a horse llko that Now Jones and Smith wonder their wives dont speak Buffalo ExIpress WorkWhyYon are young and strong That is right but my father is oldI supportkteMeggeudorfer Conceited Nell Polly says her fiance Is aw wayNellPhiladelphiaStecoaL A Philosopher Pa what Is a philosopher philosopher my boy is one who lens other people that their troubles ont amount to much Detroit Free Wrea 1j mr Y OARING WORK INA FOG Clever Seamanship of a Captain In Landlocked Harbor Tho greatest piece of seamanship rler saw said a traveler was on trip to Halifax It was a marvel an this Is how it happened We were steaming along alien deadnattotono summer afternoon It bad bee clear all day and the sea was beau d fully blue but about 4 oclock the fog began to shut downono of thos swift dense fogs that como on thin coast and shroud a boat from sight In less time than It takes to tell of it Of I course the tog whistles began to blow nervI t6fbridge and was permitted to stay Tbo j captain would not enter into any con venation that is I could not talk to him but In his restless pacing up and t down the bridge he would frequently make a remark to me It went on that aee steam and the whistle reiterating Ha mournful warning shatrorder Two points northwest b north ho said No a little morc comIi cd and my taco must have shown It ns he passed me for he vouchsafed the explanation that he wanted to pass within a few hundred feet of a cer tain whistling buoy near the harbor I I said nothing but I did not under tbicsthat it was bard work to see from the bridge to the rail and what could be mean by making a buoy On and on we went and always the fog seemed to me thicker I could not sleep and most of the night 1 waa bartnearly morning a new whistling began to sound on our starboard bow as nearly as I could judge It was a fearful fog siren and kept getting nearer and nearer We had stopped whlstllug and the passengers were ter ribly frightened I looked at one ex naval ollicer who stood with me o the bridge and his taco was like dead mans Mine must have been also Then just as it seemed that some giant steamship must strike us so close was the whistling the fog lifted like a veil and there not ICO feet away was the buoy that the captain had mentioned Almost at once the fog closed down again but do you know he took u past two warships into the landlocked harbor and up to the dock in It It was magnificent and though we really could not put our admiration in tangible form we got together and gave him a gold watch on the return voyag- as a little souvenir New York Post A Cumulative Persian Story A hunter finds some honey In the fis sure of a rock fills n jar with It and takes it to a grocer While It is being weighed a drop falls to the ground and Is swallowed up by the grocer s weasel Thereupon the huntsmans dog rushes upon the weasel and kills It The grocer throws a stone at the dog and kills him The huntsman draws his sword and cuts off the grocers arm after which be Is cut down by the Infuriated mob of the bazaar The governor of the town Informed of the fact sends messengers to arrest the murderer When the crowd re- sIsted troops were dispatched td the scene of the conflict whereupon th townspeople mixed themselves up In the riot which lasted three days and three nights with the result that 70000 men were slain All this through a drop of honey Early Landholding Nothing Is clearer than the fact that the system of landholdlug In the most ancient races was communal Private right In land WitS for a long time un known the source of life being held In common between the members of the tribe Not only land but all property that in any way und to do with the general welfare was looked upon as belonging to the whole tribe In common no Individual having the right to call It his own Gradually and after a very long time under the old regime the right of private ownership began to creep In until at last It became the recognized rule pretty nearly every where New York American The Front End A young couple had been married by a Quaker and utter the ceremony h remarked to the husband Friend thou art at the end of thy troublesA weeks after the man came to the good minister boiling over with rage having found his wife to be a regular vixen and said I thought you told me I was at the end of my troubles So I did friend but I did not say which end replied the Quaker Way It Goes Give em what they want my boy laid the old physician For Instance inquired the young medicoWell many a woman will take oxygen treatment at 5 a throw who wouldnt spend car fore for fresh air Washington Herald Aids to Conversation nooks help a mans conversation Undoubtedly Out the man who buys them seldom gets to be as rood n talker as the man who sold them to blm Washington Star by3efianceI I I t 1 Joi Well Behaved GhlMrpi How pleasant It la to borne across aa nice wellbehaved child in what eVor station of life Instead ot11 tire oftendchildren are more responsible tTorUiclr good or bad conduct than tti fchlldren u jthcmselvea says Every Womans Align azlne I have often hoard a lady of my acquaintance one who Has had great experience with children re tmnrle I never allow any child of to be naughty I keep them too well employed Yes children must bo kept employed and also they must be taught to play I and to amuse themselves in a way suitable to their age Now how can- o this bo done and how can they bo trained tb be good In dealing with any child endeavor to Inspire it with confidence and faith in youu personally To do this suetxsatullythe trumpet must give no uncertain sound When you give an order be quite clear In your own mind what you continuallyy hastily revoked and equally a firm no must mean an unchangeable neg atlve If you tell a child that It it does suchandsuch a thing again you will be serlrously angry and will have to Infict a punishment you must keep your word And equally when you promise a child a gift or treat you must be scrupulously careful to grant what you have promised and to let the little ono enjoy It to the full Saved From the Grave I had about given up hope after nearly four years of suffering from a severe lung trouble writes Mrs M L Dlx of Clarksvllle Tenn Of ten the pain In my chest would be almost unbearable and I could not do any work but Dr Kings New Discov cry has made me weel like a new madeafor the throat and lungs Obstinate coughs stubborn colds hay fever la grippe asthma croup bronchitis and hemorrhages hoarseness anti whooping cough yield quickly to this wonderful medicine Try It GOc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed msThe Mighty Dollar Rev Dr R S McArthur of Cavalry Baptist Church said at a dliiner in Utterrutionalemarriages Sonic of theso marriages nro from every point of view desirable Some again are hut a dialogue will Illus trate my meaning Oh Helen cried a girl worth 18000001 do you think the duke is sincere Sincere was the reply Why of course hes sincere He hasnt got a dollar to his name Dr11acArtlnu paused On this he added A young marquis rushed upon his American fiancee and shouted bitter ly Cruel Inartless girl You swore dlacaveradethat your father Is a bankr- uptChildren Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA Sallys Question Tho worthy Sunitayschool superin tendent of a certain Maryland town Is also the village dry goods mer chant Ho Is as energetic and effl cleat In his religious as In his BCCU lar capacity An amusing Incident Is told in Lipplncotts of his attempt to enlarge the scriptural knowledge of a class of little girls He had told them most eloquently the lesson of the day at the con I elusion he looked about the room andI Inquired encouragingly- Now has any ono a question to ask Slowly and timidly one little girl handeWhat is the question Sally dont bo afraid Speak out The little girl fidgeted la her seat twisted her fingers nervously cast her eyes down finally In a desperate outburst alto put the question Mr Ward how much are thopo gloves for girls In your window Chliaren Cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIAA Tip Beautiful Is not an adjective to be used to a masculine think To speak of a man having a soul is to accuse hint of nasty habits From In tfllectual Mansion S W It Saved Her Baby When people In our part of the country select a family jAyslclah they stick to him and Dr John Al- afthoiSofHlhl0Iswh is visiting friends in Washington to the Htrald man if ho goes away thoy wont all In somebody also if they cart r vM possibly1 help It They ay0 falthi in nobodybuttndroRn man no long atl he manages to bi fairly successful Last spring I lwent up fto Chicago for a tevtdays much to tho dlstroaa oto young mother In Pour town who expects mo to Inspect her only baby flVory other day at Iqast Thpsc ond laY9t my stay sliti telegraphed nio iq come home at shoe Baby I was sick and told mo the trouble sho didnt know what to do t wasnt an urgent case 1 know so I wired back a reassuring message told her to give the baby a dose of some medicine abe had at hand and to flit out the ten words I put In Prognosis admirable I always like to us largo words when Im telegraphing I makes me fool that Im getting the worth of my money you know When I got home two days later I wont to 8o j the baby Shes all right now the mother told me but wetwere awfully wor vial Wei had to rely on the rtedl cine you left though The boy at the drug store said they didnt have a bit of prognosis In the place CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Hari Always Bought Bears the- 6lgaatnro f fJt ifof He Felt Excited Lincoln Beachcy the Toledo aeron aut was being congratulated on the 2000 prize that Jie won with his di risible balloon at St Louis And how did you feel whon you found yourself the victor tl young girl asted JooIsaid AIr Beachcy laugh ing Why I felt excited flustered I felt just like ray old Toledo friend John Humphreys at the time his first baby came To Jack Humphreys cowered In his library the doctor Congratulations enteredI the doctor said A flue 12pound baby sir Glorious shouted Jack hysterically And am I a father or mother doc A Reliable Remedy Elys Cream Balm li quickly absorbed Gives Relief al Once It ctoaues soothes tprotectshe brane resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in floe Heml quickly IteIstores tho Seu Taste and Smell Full size 150 cts atDrug centsEly SYMPATHY tips hurts but it wont cure an- aching tooth wonnt wake a marred one look like Its old self Takes a Wilful experienced dentist to do that Get all the sympathy you 1nbut for reel relief and gqod tental work make an appointment with us for the practical way of get ing your teeth in fine shape Best crown and bride work In this town or any town Teeth extracted without pain All work guaranteed Tele hone 21- 8DRS HARDIN BELL DENTISTS 0lfica in Republican Bfdg Hartford Ky Ladies Save Moaey tad Keepia u Style 07 Re iiitf MtCiJl- iMatae lint UifceMcCaUPittenu NcCBYldaredaewnthelpyqu BI a expense liy kespluV thelsteillolhai avid bats to Ueeirnshivaluililo liirormttlon quall homeantl per onlyboon free pattern Sub atrlbe 15115 Lr send lrulII-WIIOjjiWPJllca11 j llr rutourseltandlottTle and flt Irlro notio lilchcrtlmn CIIorucWsub f KrlptioniainonK yourfrlcndi Hcnd forfrco GoerTY1 I rr c Tr r tJ f J i Pbii pr I OlkSO Coiasjty JudgeBenI Waller EO Bnrrass Clerk J JP L VFo = hit Master CSmmlsloner it T Colllaet Trustee Jury Fund T HBlack Sher iff Hartford DeputleSlOrtHeown An Lon Black Court convenes flrstiMohi day la March and August and continues three weeks and Third Mondays In Maya lli November two weeks County Courtn n Wedding Judge W a Tlnsley Clerk C JS Smith At torney Hartford Court convenes first Monday in each month Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the third Monday in January Arfll July and October first Tues IneOctober Other County Otflcurr C S Moxfiey Surveyor IrordlvmeKynF D- No2 Bernard Felix Asses or Hart IeachSuperIntendentlUiey Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS IDS Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday Monday In March Tuesday at after13rdWednesdayafto3rd3rd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rd Monday in September Wednesday after 3rd Monday In DecemberI John 11 Mlles Itockport Friday after actorI3rd 3rdtSaturdaylatter3rd Monday in September Saturday af ter 3rd in atter2nd3rdMondayI Monday In November Thomas Sanders Dundee Wednesday FebruaryWednesday AugustWednesday after2ndnfter3rd2nd Monday In November 2ndMonday Monday day In November HARTFORD POLICE COURT LlkensCltyI urer Members of Council T R Bar PenTaYlorchalrnmnWC M Crowo and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices monrlng Sunday Wednesday zundaymorning9M5 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday Rev J W Bruner pastor tourthSunday ClaylordC P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m WilsonpastorSECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A M meets first and Third Monday night In CMKeystone Chapter No 110 R A M meets every third Saturday night In prIestWHartford No Sl 0 E S meets second and fourth Monday even UssWillieotPthlasleownKHartford Tent No 99 K 0 T M meets every first and third Thursda PForemanSunshine Hive No 42 L O T Ifmeets second and fourth Thursday night OrltflnLadCommander KeeperCarpenters Joiners local No 1881 monthNoahTress Acme Lodge No 335 I O O F meets second and fourth Friday night In OrandBRedMenday night In each month Walter Camp otRecordsPreston Morton Post No4 O A R befortthet Rogers1ditA S of E National Officers C O Drayton Pres Greenville 111 lresDowllngOreenIyD Rump Sec and TreasIndlanapoils Ind State Officers- J C Can trill Pres Georgetown Ky HartfordCathounKYOhioH L Stevens Pres DeavEr r UartfordkKYD COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry Leach ChaIrman HartfordKy DNo62 J A Bellamy WhltelvlJlLKY3 F D AY4 T W McQuady Batzetown Ky sKye Aemoe eillir talk ande t l iMt sy milslonN 0rrrsr0Iryr aIkonrisutnsari Jreerr iYIiW r 1 I lr + t nTr x f P 1 4 u u j oJsno Ata r OalHaisr ckiMtraj- AtBABNETT ir SMITH ATTOBNEYS jtf LAW HARTFORD ky Will practice their profession in all tti 1tiestendon given to all buslnr e iruste4 1 to their care Collections otiu the Prac tice of Criminal and Real Estate Lw Specialties Office to Republican build lag s 7 FRANK LFELI- XAttorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohl and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals CrIminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office lathe Herr aid building YAN CYL MOBLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Also No tary Public Office over First National Bank j JOHN B WILSON CUAS M CROWS WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to coUeotioms Office on Main St opposite Court House PATENTS Iat TRADEMARKS promptly obulnod In aioCTUDtrle fee W obudn THAT PALftdTtrUMtliMaUianrachJrfttour t sirens you KUOMI need model photo or tketcb for FREE report SURPASSING hook on Profitable Patents writ to 1BO3BOS Seventh StreetWASHINGTON O C DSWIFT t T KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR fCg4tFro yAND ALLTHROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEEDBATIBFACTO OR JIIONEY1IEPt1NDEJ Yree gn nodtfcopal htIetc IN ALL COUNTRIES llialnts Jlrttt mint WoiUngton saris nary and In tkt ExelutlvelyWriteOU math Etmt opp VilU4 Stet nUnt Cad WASHINGTON D C 0 t- 1 f mH I MnR Gasoline Engines Pumps water grind fsedladlellt i carDAc Worth every day M Rp small coat to operate All aizee for lD1ipurpoaee Bend for CAttdogae 802 Mdrws r t Mftr9LouP i M 1 oJ V1lI I r 1 J rSs t 1sM Y 4 ti q it1RO LADcraCASTEh lte Rule Arong the Hindus Abso t lute and Unchangeable jS THE POWER OF THE BRAHMAN All the Wealth of the World Would Not Enable a Lower Caste Hindu to Wed Into His Family or Touch Hie HandTyrannIcal Social Divisions thingdifficultAll the racial or religious distinctions 1 whichsepantte European nations from each other and divide them within themselves do not eqiialvthe number of dltided The 200000000 Hindus are made up of diverse racial elements and speak about nineteen developed languages ugnlndividedthem with subcastes One of these castes the Brahmans In split np into more than 800 subcastes of which hone will Intermarry and few will eat to getherThe term caste Includes so many fthings that It Is difficult to define It There are however two properties es sential to a true castefirst there Is no entry except by birth second mar rise outside the caste Is absolutely forbidden To preserve tbe purity and maintain the exclusiveness of the so J clety many minute rules of conduct r many restrictions on food and many ceremonial observances are Imposed on penaltieswhichthere Is no appeal and which In ex treme cases follow the offender beyond the grave But that Is not nil The relations or castes to each other are as much a mutter of religious observance as the rules for their Internal regulation The Brahmans are the highest admittedly and undoubtedly superior to all the rest After them come those who are acknowledged to be twice born The less honored follow In a graduated descent until the untouchable and un speakable are reached at the lowest cptb It may he urged that tbe separation between tbe Brahman and let us say the Kurml market gardener Is no wider than that between the peer of the vi United Kingdom and the coal miner There U ibis essential difference that it tJlmposslbletornn Indian to change his caste The coal miner maybe elected to parliament may become v a cabinet minister and If be can maker money enough may marry his son to a dukes daughter r Tbe Kurml must remain a Kurml All the wealth of Croesus will not en Iablehim to make an alliance with a family or to touch a Limb mans band Tbe members of a caste pay and In some cases do raise themITwelves In the sight of other adopting more elaborate ceremonies and more scrupulous observances A halt civilized Goad for exampl- eD flud himself brought Into contact with Hindus as the plow on the forest He tries to raise his po sition and add to his self respect by adopting the exclusiveness of his Hln du neighbors He will even outdo them if be can and If the Hindu Is scrupulous about his food tbo convert will wash the very wood with which his dinner Is cooked No endeavors of this kind however will avail to lessen by a hairs breadth the distance between hint and the casto Hindu or even to induce tbe Hindu barber to look upon him as a client whose chin be may shave nnd whose toe nails he may pare without degradationAnother connected with caste which has a very practical bearing and must be taken Into account Is the power of coercion which It gives to the brotherhood if u man is cxcommunl Bated by his caste fellows nobody In t1 the caste will marry him or will ac cept water from his hands or will eat wltb him If be is married Ills wife will not touch him or speak to him He is dead to bis family The priest will not perform ceremonies for him The vII lage barber will not shave him and IXtbe washerwoman will not Wash his tbel These are the methods of bringing pressure on the man The strictest boycott which Irishmen have Invented Is mild compared to the final sentence of a caste puucbuyat A system like this Is u stern fact which bas to be faced There Is not a police case or a civil case or trial at the sessions there Is hardly an up polntment to an office In India of wbuteyer degree In which the matter Vf caste has pot to be considered It forCes Itself into every assessment of tang Into adjudication t of rent Itaffectq the administration of Justice bePIYCely14 pf munlci t Dai agddlAttJf4ieoundla1k influence power of tbe Brahman and the Ideutbatbe Is above thelw andls pot to be pun- 4ytt ofsisperl aLotbt4peopldl arPratjllAaliyaa though a century of British justice baa done ometblntowardradlct = tag tbem On tbe tber band the tug geedolthat a man of a lower caste laifh rtoe tomn equality or nearer too aueqa llty with members of a caste rJbefJiJertatataif If4th y bebart t elBlllvea At will beaa4 ap toftheal i laa tat re- lYteeee =Loaleaflpectator t v atJ t a sect ItYaetdat Ii 11 aiasyillcelt 4os4 t- a f L r 11 n r- Y GREAT SALT tAKE An immense Fresh Yftnsa dome raraAIQJ was a magnlflcMit fresh water lake the sIze of Lake Hnrontbat Is about 18000 square mitesand had its outlet Into the Port Neuf ttio Snake and the Co lumbla rivers This was ut least 10000 years HBO but since that time tbe cli mate has become arid and not enough water has fallen over the Great burin to supply that lost by evaporation Consequently the lakp has ceased to flow from Its outlet and gradually dried up from over a thousand feet deep to fifteen feet and from 18000 square miles In area to less than 1700 It Is now seventy miles long and about thirty wide but Is beautiful still and Is the home of myriads of isthefor from 3000 to 5000 visit Its shores dally lu the summer and many bathe In Its waters The lake contains about 7000000000 tons of sat When the lake Is hlgh the salt Is so diluted that It has gone down to 11 per cent When It Is low as It was not many years ago It reached satura I tlon which for the mixed ingredients of the water Is 30 per cent There Is nothing mysterious about it any more than there would be about a teacup with a teaspoonful of salt In the bottom If a tablespoonful of water were put In the cup on the salt It would taste very salty but If the cup were filled to tbe brim with water It would not I The salt has come from the water of tbe rivers flowing into it since It AllIcubic miles of this water leaves large quantities of salt behind and so It has accumulated for thousands of years A DREAM JOURNEY It Was a Very Long One but It Took Only a Few Minutes Dreams are curious things re marked the amateur psychologist Time docs not seem to enter Into their composition ut alt For instance tbe other day 1 was sitting on the porch of u hotel with u friend of mine smoking after lunch It was a drow I sy day and conversation lagged Pres ently 1 saw my friend nodding In his chair lie had dozed off holding his lighted cigar In his left hand which was folded over his right Ills left hand relaxed and the end of the cigar came In gentle contact with the right bund Inflicting a slight burn The devil It wont1 exclaimed my friend waking with a start The sentence sounded so Incongru ous that I burst out laughing Wont what1 1 asked How long have I been asleep he asked Not more than a couple of minutes 1 replied It doesnt seem possible be said During that time 1 bud a dream that pretty nearly took me around the I world I sailed for Southampton did England France Switzerland and u part of Italy then through tbe orient to India It was In India that 1 be came much interested la one of tbe native snake charmers lie bad the snakes crawling all over Olin and of feted me one to fondle 1 told him 1 i was afraid It would bite me lie as sured me that it wouldnt and I took the reptile In my hand It promptly fastened Its fangs In me I said The devil It wont and dropped It and then I woke up 1 explained the episode of the light ed cigar concluded the amateur psy chologist dad we both laughed New York Sun Southeys Industry Soytbcy probably deserves to rank us the most Industrious of authors In tbe greater part of his life be spent fourteen hours a day In composition He bad six tables In his library He wrote poetry at one history at anoth er criticism at a third and so on with the other subjects upon which be was engaged He once described to Mme 3e Stael the division of his timetwo hours before breakfast for history two hours for reading after two hours for the composition of poetry two hours for criticism and no on through alp his working day And pray Mr South ty asked madam when do you i thinkLondun Chronicle Come Across- Do these Englishmen understand American slang Some of them do Why daughter is to be married in ondon and the duke Ijas just cabled me to come across Well rDoes be want me or my wad Philadelphia bulletin Two Tales In One Sixyear old Georges father had tak ea him toxdrtus and Jbat night thee mother jk her little son what ho liud seem Mamma said George all excite mentlluwa great blgIpb nl tvitb two taI andhe waseatta with ono of emSt Louis Times Sarahs Request Doctor Ito his cook who Is just en- vtingSarah I am very sorry but I can only give a Indifferent cliaracten SarahNell slrj never wind Jns write it like you do your prescription 88IraStorlttix J jMtfc dlKards party friendship tbereforerepeeeeuteabbli H t 4 I 1 HIS SUPERB NERVE It Enabled Him to Loll In Luxury With Not a Cent of Costa I CRUSHING A HOTEL KEEPER The Beau Was Elegant In Dress and ExquIsite In His Bluffing and Played His Part WellNever Known to Pay a Bill Under Any Circumstances Misery loves company quoted Mr Tabb an old time Virginia gentle man the other night Theres a great deal of truth In that old saying Some forty or fifty years ago there was a celebrated Virginia character well known in Washington Baltimore and Philadelphia whom I shall call Beau Smith because Smith wasnt his real name Beau Smith was not only noted for the elegance of his dress but also for his absolute disregard of all financial obligations He was never known to pay a bill under any circum stances Beau entered tbo office of tbe old Monumental hotel In Baltimore one night registered and upon being as signed to oue of the best suits of rooms In the house for be would be satisfied only with the best be proceeded to make himself thoroughly at home and settled down for u long stay He or dered champagne by the case and ci gars by tbe box for tbe entertainment of such friends as might visit him in IbIs apartments and In short lived as though he hud millions behind him Guyerliedbelieve that be would deliberately run up such u large bill if he had no Inten tion of paying it and be hesitated about speaking to such an elegant gen tleman about such an inelegant thing as money but after Beau had been a guest at the Monumental for more than u month and bad said nothing about paying his bill Mr Guyer summoned up his courage and had Beaus bill made out and sent up to him In a few moments Mr Guyer received a polite but urgent message from Beau asking him to como to his apartments at once I sent for you Mr Guyer said the Inpecunlous beauto show you a most remarkable document which has been sent up to me from your office 1 dont wish to complain of your clerks sir but 1 dislike being annoyed In this way Will you kindly look at that and tell me what It Is That Is a bill Mr Smith said Guyer as soon as be recovered his breath So 1 observe responded Beau but Mr Guyer It is made out against me Certainly replied the hotel matt It Is our account against you for board and lodging wines cigars and other extras for tbe last month and 1 would be glad If you Why my dear sir interrupted Beau laughing you surely never ex pected me to pay this bill l I most certainly did and do ex pect you to pay it answered Mr Guy er firmly But dear sir said Beau gently you knew who I was when 1 came to your house Mr Guyer admitted tbat ho did Then you know continued Beau that 1 have never been known to pay a bill to any one and no one In his senses ever expected tbat 1 would Now my dear sir 1 beg of you to de stroy this ridiculous document and see that I am not annoyed again with such foolishness Do you Intend to pay this bill or not1 demanded tbe hotel proprietor sternly I do 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DRAUGHON President DRAUGHOttS PRACTICAL BUSlliESSCOLLEGEI uUD EVANSVILLE ADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS 1 1 v2 1r J I c 1 t l rVlr r war 4J + e + v r w + c R + e aiIIA- KLWIi POWDER I MMKESrsE PERFECT HOT BISCUIT Also Rolls and Muffins Crusts mdCakesbJ THE ARCTIC CROP Frigid Yield From Greenlands Icy Mountains THE MAKING OF AN ICEBERG Huge Sheets of Ice a Mile Thick In Places Slide Down to the Sea and as the Ends Become Too Heavy They Break Off and Form Berge At nny time ot the yenr Ice may bo encountered In the Atlautlc north ot the fortieth parallel of latitude np proximately that ot New York and between 42 and fi5 degrees west long tulle but It Is lu spring when the In creasing warmth ot the sun loosens the arctic floes and causes tile bergs to melt und boat from the places where I they have been stranded that there Is the greatest danger to the mariner The bergs huve their origin almost nljtbouGh UUlllsomeA huge sheet ot Ice n mile thick In places covers the whole ot Greenland Thla rllllually slides down the valley toward the IIlt Into which It Is thrust I In great sheets fifty wiles wide As j these ends become too heavy they i break off and become bergs The procI ess Is known us clllvlng The pleeet set adrift thus may be a thousand feet out ot the wnler anda mile square lout liS they drift about they become broken and continue to diminish In slue until they tinnily disappear com pletely The process sometimes tnkes several years Once set nllrlttt icebergs One their WilY into the Labrador current and begin their journey nut ot nil bergs so set adrift only n very small proportion ever nnd tllllr way Into the path ot the transatlantic stenmshlps Nor do all bergs tllke the same coarse Some JU Houtlt others lodge against the shore or against islands Two years may slllnrnte the time that two bergs reach I low latitude though they were calved It the same woo IIIln t- Field Ice also olTers nn obstruction to the icebergs tlitugli by their great sIze und bulk they often net OR plows and nlll atuterinlly In brenhing up the Leo folds which obstruct the arctic im sinIce fields arc More affected by the wind than are Icehlr9 Bergskener sly drift with the current so thutone etmmes Is Seen moving Into the IDdfAdvantage Is taken ot ails by the sea11ng and fishing boats when caught in nn its tllld They often moor to un iceberg and ore towel tulles through the Ice through which otherwise they could make no IlIndway This Is ac compllsboo by slaking uu anchor Into the berg and using n strung towllne As the berg ullllnces open water with small floating lee Iii left salern- But this Is Indeed a daplJOus thing to do All Ice Is brittle but especially icebergs A blow ot an uxtaas been known to split one nhllethe report ota gun at times will accomplish tbe same end In July and August whenn the bergs are brenklng up along the coast ot Labrador the noise at times fs deafening anti the noise ot one often canoes another to break up h Iwhileplr and mlnurets Sometimes they appear to be v wtable Ice bridges mapsthereLions As they drift aoyth add begin melting cascadesof water pbur down thelrlbldes or ruauemtbe tfpj ofthe- hundr diof tcki iiktcb pend troll- every f Yo ledge ill cg1eQUJ tpeie ate OUtJY1nit eeUra 1 h ti tr4e water ns Y1nngerous to snips ns submerged reefs for this reason ves seta should always give them a wide berth halt a mile being considered the nearest that one may be approached with safety Several years ago the British steamship Nessmore run Into Iln Iceberg and stove In her bows When she was docked a scratch was found next the Leel the full lengtb ot the ship the plates being almost cut through The ship evidently struck a submerged spur The government report says ItIs generally best for ships to SO to windward ot them because dlsln- legrated fragments hue n tendency to drift lb leuwnrd white open water will bu found to windwurd- So nicely are icebergs balanced In the water that the slightest welting sometimes will cause the center ot 1ityto shift and the entire berg will capsize or founder Thus many ships bake been wrecked Field Ice Is formed throughout the Wlllellf within the arctic circle south aR tnt ns Ntwfouudlund and each andIdriftnlerce The arctic Ice often lass lived through several seasons In the far north and oecnsio0nlly Is tIll to tlftlen und sometImes twenty feet thick Because or Its coutiuttad motion due to currents wind etc gradually It be conies broken up Swells from storms In the open seas cause It to raft or pile due pan ou nnolherIu the arctic every plll ot field Ice Is n panuntll It Is covered with hnmmocks Ice also becomes ratted by the grind Inota tree Held against another frozen to the shun or by the grinding of two IIllliR Ullllnll eueh other when one is given II turtdug notion by con trtry wind and tide This rutnry mo lIon It Is sold Is patrtiruInny danger nos to ships that get caught between IMdsChlclJo inter Ocean m The Golsen Mean A certain English mayor whose pee nod of office had come to an end was surveyIng the work of the year I have endeavored ho said with an air ot conscious rectitude to administer justice without swerving to partiality on the one hand or impartiality on the other Thllckeray on Fame rIUleklraY1 literary work did not help him touch when he sought too enter the house of commons The ltey Frederick Meyrick In lids fem oriewof Oxford tell of adlnrler given wheu he stood nil a Liberal for that cll1 remarked to him that his must lie a specinl experience as lie wall known by fame to most ot those whose voter he cuulvassed Now ho said laying down Ids knife and fork nllll holding up a finger there was only ono titan nmollt nil that la went loseewb1 had heard + uy name before and he wlIlIn circulating librarian- Suc11Is mortal fame That was in- 1l35Tten years after tune publication of- Vanity hair New Family Mamma asked the little boy who aretbelIlhwl tel3 ldighlrattipanswered the mother Ldout kriow ysucbJl1mlly Why dq you ask pell I heard Mr Perkins ask papa It Leq bef over to theilttiegame to h In II1gbwntcrChlcagoPost A Morning Call Swamson bnshtullYrts Miss Tremn mer In ts sir but IIbellng Swnmon whobad lettl things the evening ttefore Yes Omow 1mtheyoung mad I t laJlt t- At iposltooo beln remonstrated w1U1i h t pfperI11 punctu tfed work repliedi I am a setter tots othtet I I OLD TIMEr PUM6I4 ENT f a p 11 N- Agonyor w Diy In thlteckwFiiio iI Fit tSdTlltilter abnulofconAressltuhte vehttires utuclrlulq HhbllUrdwho- vnl sentent Iktetrlti the stocks tor hovfug h dhlJl in Up lnfnwarrunt able lit otlit temper snys Uur ers Weekly When be had his sent for tho day there cuuletlahin drpdp- of sWIne whlclt seetnedCPtetUppn11111 tbawe leering J m pig ellll bestow J dnllf lug at the prlstttierdfcefnnd milking fcintdnspleapntilYY IUJlll1ItcllhlJ real- ItY biting hhli rlleu 1I icl Inoupt Inn to the very r the stocks crowed his d rIRlon upon the victim belownllll prllehtlrMn rough fellow after lptlulging Ih bialy inunis threw at Idmtc11d toadstools pad a dent snail Tlten un hidfn nppearetwho in a- drnnkea riiq tJmulnJiIt111 sotne tars citd nfshcd at qubbard with n Iamilhnlr k probnbly Intendlng uoth ing worse thun tOllvo him a severe trlghtwhich hecerlaluly sue ceNled in doing neIP calve from An nnexfeecteriquar- ter for ut thdt Moment in old buil came tearing down the load Ills attention was nttrncted by the stocks and wltb n runt he prepared for a charge Alarmed In Ida turn the savage dnshtd ort The hull made a dash ot the stocks and carried naiiy the cor ner host but wltbout even praziugthe- objeetof his nplutreut wrath Whether be was disgusted by tho 1tJe he bad- accomplished or his animosity was thus satisfied be stnrtedo bellowing find shaking hs heat muc to tlo reo- lIet ot the said Ilubbard And then the unfortuante man writ left In comparative pence to his own meditations rind the cutting sleet ot s November A COURSE OF DINNERS It Includes Roasted Ieasa a Substl lute For Coffee In a little book called Tbe Econom Iral housekeeper published about the year 1840 there Is given ou one page A Course ot Dinners For a Week IAt the time Vf its publication the little book was most popular as Is proved by the authors preface to the second revised edition She says Eucournged by the very favorable reception that our humble labors have met In the rapid sale of the first elli lion ot 1500 copies lu about titteeu weeks and the demand still contluo- lng we have Improved the tlwe lIy endeavoring to make tho precept edition wore worthy ot patronage If posslble than the first- Therefore It Is probable that the wuslconmincemeat bread and butter lu win tete bread and milk lu Humm- erTueslllyBolieddlsll with applet dumpllllJs IVedne dayRoasted or baked meat with bread IJlIlldln- KTburlldnyUrolled steak or fresh fish with baked rice pudding redayBaked beans with baked lntllnn pudding SaturdaySalt codfish bulled with apple pie- SundayMorning hashed ash and coffee noon bread and butter cheese pie doughnuts It is n suggestive plllgrollh which appears on the same pall Pen roasted and ground nrq on excellent substitute for coffee and you would hardly know which Is best Youths Companion Value of the Kangaroos Tall So Importantls the kangaroos tail In his rtphl prorclI8 that experienced hunters with guns are accustomed to fire at the point where tills ppthdae Joins the body when the tall being disabled for Us office ot balancing the animal Is as electually stopped 8S It hamstrung lilt elsewhere except with n rule bullet or nt point blank range the kangaroo Is pretty likely to get oR One peculiarity ot tile kangaroo Is that after being started up he very rarely swerves troln his course through w hleb JCcullllrilY be le easily potted irho concelll- Ibculselves while n man on horseback drives the lent tovurotbem Insect Wonders Nothing can exceed the perfection ot the minutest punts ot the lusect or gtinkatlnu n general The Onest In Ii spiders web whteh can scarcely be seen Is said JI be cow posed ot no h IIR than 4nio threads On it single tlogot a buttertly have been found 100000 scales and on that ot l sllkworm nioth400000 Is bot these mtnntescales being f tnarsel ot beauty nod completeness It itself So thin are the wings of many Insecra that 50000 placed over each other would only bea quarter ofan inch thkk and yet tb10811 they areeubIs double Puzzled Tommy Pn said Tommy my Suoday school teacher says It trn gOCldl U eo- 0tieAVID Well what abbot IU said blllp Well you said It I Ras gotatdIdgo to too cIraae oioant i1 kao lv whos Ebbing you or her =ttppla- cott Slmilarl Lucky at cards unlackinov quoted the wise guy 1 wn el her Is Ihupl a cane of tbealmple mug- CblladelphikjRecojdt V Td cftritleDt wtorerratLesairig alit Y r M r- r fr Q m ENiA tN I r 7 11 ojl tljltA11bti ale trltg Iqh t Their Ilfc is a coast lJ rl aderluThey tT entlr o protluee Qt their lends T11elrCentsaro9glclclytakt n- dbwn orriqtqpRud e 1IltJronJlJrt They nretnnlleot cnmeld hair loobely- woven supported onl poles or long guy rhoy vrotcct the occgpants from thehQt sun but ttot froai flIQ rain anal In winter the encampments are untpmfortabie places I Tliealnteror crOwl1i tftb tilt the belonjlugsot these shepherd warriors camel saddles add gaudy saddle bl1JsrJlIQII and ammunition hunting dos and fnlcoaet Tile WOOlen occupy one half the tucutuna the ether par tlttotiedof by abrlhtly c cur taluihe whole ot the frontcofjhe tent being open there is nQ privacy The nyepigo dent measures twepty t yards by six The chief of the tribe however owns ninny tents one has for his owe use one gloat structure Some iniesspread over n length of thirty six yards ln lifa other tents the chief keeps his nuherous wives who have a certain proportion ot their masters ildeks and herds to look after Hay- Ing n separate tent for each wife he this does away with nlf chance of do 4c quarrelsAtgonnutt THREE YEARS LATE A Train That Ron the Behind Time Record Medal A train ot a railway system In the soutlrtvest otko arrived at its destina ifmt nearly three years into The elr- CUlDsttnrCM were these The train left Bolivar Just cross Galveston bay front Galveston on Sept S 1000 and tivtts caught In the great shlrul that so nearly destroyed tho Texan city Bolhllr Is seventy five millll from Beaumont which was the whit of the trains destination Before the train hnd traveled far on Its journey It was caught In the storm hirty millll ot the track were washed away and the train was left stranded on n sandy waste Muny persons who lived on UolIur penhasula were saved front death by taking refuge In the train After tie storm subsided they walked to Bolivar tvlth the pusseugelll but the abandoned train was left on tile prairie- The storm bankrupted the railway and no effort to rescue the engine und cars WIIII nude tuttll 1003 Ilnd not the road suttered so seriously In that storm the property would bare proved ot great value II few mouths later when oil was struck nt Beaumont Iu 1003 however the road underwent re polllf when the train was drawn Into Beaumont where It way greeted by a cheerlllg crowdNew York Iresc The Diplomatic Room Oue ot the most interesting and mast vlsltltl places In Washington Is the diplomatic reception room 4n the de- partulCllt of state where the secretary vt state transacts talc business with IqcrnmentllThisome and looks southward to tlo fOr towac the Washington mopunient- looming up with stately effect ut the left Thursday of each week Iff set apart for the dlplomlltl1ts Who are re- oceloo In thlll famous room by the secret rot state or the official Who may lie acting lu his absence The room Itself when not occupIed by the foreign representaliveat is open to the pub lie U1 It most ot our treaties ot recent years have peen signed and many have been the notable assemblages gathered within Its waUsNew York Press Prices Paid by Fortyniners- Isere lathe price list on tile carte ot the I dorado hotel ot Placerville Cal In the days when It entertained the fortyulners Payable in advance- It proclaims gold scales at the end ot barA square meal with dessert Ja priced ot dand other Items ttlat probably interested thg patrons of the Eldorallo are set forth all follows Beef Mexican prlmo cut 160 beet uplong 1M beet plain 1 beet with- a potato fair sIze I= beef tame trom the sUiites lta0 aigo two potatoes met Ium size 5O cents two po tutors peeled 75 cents bash loyv grade 75 cents hash 18 carat 1 rice pudding plain 75 cents rico pUll lUng and brandy peaches ILos Angeles TimesEleven In a Bed In early Victorian times the work man way accustomed to rough It laa belly o1le Mayo In b iRcone tlon mentions that one flourishing firm of bokc1Hpatronlzedby royalty kept eleven men and had only one bed for them all During the tweaty tour hours they oecuplcd 1t turn and lurnabout One ot these untortunates was generally In Charing Crois hose pltal and the master got a reputa tloo for generosity byhl yeerlyaub riptlon to its funds4 rMs a- Very Likilya jllhectA dogahaQrupaugder a sari Uageae callda Uog la It not EgbertCertainl AlbertWell what would yOU call a dog that runs under amotor cart EgbertWhp adeed one Economy of Time Frlendr stay one ofyouiclocks la slow end the t fast houagiLaw 1erYes Ieta ttgorkal1y b i101 one and ItOPb1tll oUter i n f rarII- lacretloalo aDeeck 101i sloredesln Me tlaaa eloqueace4t i J 1i l 4 i- r S tom K 1 4- t rY tl TKi J6 1 1 t h n J 47y iv w I 4 t4 l nY i- I 1 h YrvlLC 10 A11 LL 1 t tll6 I fstti jll1 J 11 ro p c t st r say that we heave bettert+ a n j J e rorthi season 1 + than t ev fjyt i Y Y befoxe jig but putting lfniilayu U rt 0yortunatZ purche ingwe can zhownvalues that canbeequaledoj mpales oz style in but few stores- i 1 ntltu 1 ATO SEE ANY OfrIN OURSTORE 0 J i i Examine the make style lining etcJ consider the price 1E1 t1 20Then iFwe cannot save you money and sell you a better suit we do not expect to sell to you I ALONG WASH DAY tt Lasted a Week but Came Only Four Times a Year Every one has bearded the German and Dutch method of accumulating soiled clothes and ot having a wngh- any only two or three times a year Not every one realizes perhaps that the custom was brought over to this country from IIolland and that the Dutch settlers long conUnuedltsprac lice In these days ot tile ever ready laundry it Is strange to read ot the lalorlous period which came to our New Amsterdam ancestors tour times a year Helen Evertson Smith tells about It In Colonllli Days and Ways Thi custom ot quarterly clothes washings wns maintained notwlth standing oucsumme heats and the Imnlenso quantities t clothes ueces rury tok the stale ot le1nll ness required by Dutch Instincts A- New Englander who had married aa citizen of icety York Writes In 1700 ot this practice wn undoubtedly strange to her Graugmot4er Blum Is so deep inn her quarterly wash this week that she has time only to send her love The washing was done in an outhouse caned the bleeckeryen where the water was boiled In twmenso keto ties and nil the other processes of the laundry work carried pp The work required not leaiff thapa week Ire quently two weeks r Durlngrile tlmoprecedl1gthtIJcrUcl ty hard labor the soiled clothes were nccumulu In rery large hampers of open basketlvtark This custom orlgl- nated tbe necessity for the great stores ot linen wltll rhlch every bride was providedte PARSLEY SUPERSTITIONS Sinister Beiiefa Associated With the lantn England blanT izut lltltlo11 are nDetool with the herb parsley probably through an an1E Greek practice she graves ef7tke dead belagettewti with Ita dtbo plant hereby gaining 1 sinister tlgni c1nce- In Hempeliire It Is coneldetedvery- unipcky to givee a root of this herb- away Blacetll Tt lay thatifthis be- dpn2111Iuek wlilFan URonthet Iit- Devonehlre tottrattJillanto parsley is likewise to C f serious offense gaIDJIttbo gullrtllangenlus who pre aides oyerahn12anteIn Suffolk It ia- laidthat if parsley onsOood Friday k will grow well and flourish but if U be sownon any other day itwill not Comedoubleaktes JJog1hatYI1ere fsglNeiibtreDey le tegud a4a YlYrMrt lad r1ao- gardeieroace pteep I keudea Vie lag eat that the had ioab- fr+ R F M aY- rrr V I t natI not come up that It was necessary to sow parsley for ulne times getop one could get any to grow This say lag I have beard later In Shropshire where they say the devil takes all- but the last Likewise too In Shrop shlrq they say that to transplant pars ley will bring about adeathWcIt minster BevlewAn Oversight To Impress on young children what should and should not be donee and why Is nmgng the most trying problems ot parents as evidenced by l tbp recent experience ot a West Itiiii- delpbia mother Last Sunday she asked her small son aged eight to carry a choir for her from the dining room to the parlor lIe started off willingly but in the boll he tripped and tell Amid the crash could be heard the boy giving vent to utterances that would have done credit to a pirate ot ancient days The mother was taken by surprise and was greatly shocked She gave the boy n long and serious talk on the subject ot pro faulty This apparently did not makee the right ImpreSsion tor when she con eluded the boy added to her dl8Com i- fture by exclaiming I am sorry tswore mamma Recordrt bht I forgot It Will r Old Mosque LegendsThe great+ Begova mosque in Sera jevo the largest la Europe after those of Constantinople and IIm dmosque is Adrianople In it4c- gtt erg stands au old atone across the top which there Is ai groovepree clseltbflength ot a Turkish ell Tra Itloo says that a pasha placed It thereto checkmate the locai merchants habitual use of false measures IDdeO anceof the xls commandment thed J But another ofSerajev hundred mosques baeya much better legead Before e tieeathe tombs of the seven holy dervishes vbo were be theftAftertucked its brad under Its atm iod walked Info thomoque So thoseder thiI1 ALarg Wlhme W + Thebtggest book Io WbIBrt is- not fn the Cotigreettl4aal libryi ItiII In the referenee r the j logical tlurv81 oaI istreetgtkere its i dIep r consists of half a dozen vulume I bound under ftepnerollscover tbat i must have tikeaseverah calfsktae taiprovldk tits tlterblndID J ttcony- talne 7086pageaadEve kaneamuch- as kcb8Che lIW1 cwltrM the fate Webetee Uaabrl4 edt4 t j tajtTI qtB bo- atsIua o 6acke4 editlga tH J 1 if+ tr