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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n- L titttf tbtttpublicauFine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Sqbscription 1 per Year fot XXIlI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 1910 No lei r BURLEY POOL jOFFIIALLt ofF Ii Burley Tobacco Society Ends 1910 Pool Resolutions Are Passed Commend lug Officials for Their Loyalty Itdngton Ky Nov IThe Bur Ier TObLccoSociety pool of 1910 was finally and officially dlsaoivod tonight when in obedience to thu vote eorycounItydL4r1ct board at a session tonight ukilinOWllY lnatruoted PrWident Clar I eIlQO LoBus to formally declare the pool oft As the vote In the different counties mus not taken until late assemIbledroll call showed that the vow by counties was unantmousl to declare oft the pool and only one poolei In oil i of tho counties cast a vase In favor of the pool being continued ThQ notlcporijedone man voted alx acres in favor ot- tbJe pool standing I It was 1045 oclock tonight when after the rturns from all of the coun ties had been canvassed the district Wd by a unanimous vote adopted 1- rooouUon declaring that the pool should bo formally dlssolved and President LoBWj upon the authority of he board officially announced that theDur1cy Tobacco Societys pool ot 1910 was officially declared off The board then adopted resolutions coma mending President LeBus and Vice Wtsbdent Al FltOn for 4bo hard fight they had made now In behalf of the defunct pool and the dlsll1lct boa mooting which closed for I good and all the 1910 pool incident eamo to an adjournment at two min utee before midnight Boforo alt journing the board also adopted a resolution expressing thtdr sympathy for C M Manna the first president of the Burley Society woo was reported to be seriously Ill at its home in Shelby county torIeverpartaking to It The whole proceed Ings today were purely perfunctory The district board at a meeting on October 15 had declared the pool off and advised all growers who were pled goo to Lt ghat were roloosod and could feel free to dispose of their crops Ito HowevIered a resolution declarIng that the question of pool orno pool should be left rto a vote of the poolers on November left was necessary to go i through wlth this formalfly today 4r the pool had boon officially deI hah ed off at the meeting of district board tonight Sate senaI tor S T Goren offered the l Ing axoluton which was seconded by Scott Brown of Franklin COUnty and unanimously adopttd Resolved That we comnted the aotlon ot our president in the many difficulties that the soc1etY has encountered and thta we believe at allI times ho hM boon shooero and talh- ful to the tntereet of the hoopla whom he bad represented I President Ferguson preslded while the vote was put but had to nesfga to chair to Mr ShankUn a moment alter when Mr XeBus ofteraiI was adopted by a unanimous vote I tIu toliowtng resolution which also rableJbravevice 1dent A1iF on not only since lielae lvalddhls lweseht offoo but also prior to that time we- furvherapprociata hI8 ability asaearn- i paL ner and epeaker and ateo his In- deftlgabel I energy and nntadling ft ciet1tyInprqbootlpg the Intorosta of the tobacco growers In the pool Dr J A AmOn offered the follow i tog resolutlonwhich waspromptly d =Ol dThat it M with deop J bodyhast C M IlMiia One lnlDooorll of I le organttatle n of the BurleyPobaXvc d r RM1l r 4N co Socley and ItS first presIdent His wise counsel and zealous ridvor have accomplished much for the good of the aocioty This body extends to him its hoarltelt smmpathy and the hope thate2o may soon be restxtrod to health and thaIthe may long be spared for tho fulfillment of his numerous aoUvltfles for the common good In concluding his remarks declaring the 1310 pool oft President LeBus ttanlcut the members of the board for their loyalty rto tthe intereSts of the growers and tttolr suport of all ef forts to make the pool successful He regretted the nunsucclSS of those efforts but in the defeat saw final triumph of nn unconquered army llr LoBus said that though the pool was off for rPubs year the board had an Import nnt responsibiLIty In settling up the 1909 pool tiS ozpiud4Uously and as saldsfaotprlly as poSsible He was sanguine of the suaoas of the grow ers indopbndenceand said that this pool hough temluoarlly a defeat wooed bar large results In the fu tturo The farmers were far better fo having made the effort and tile In IremarkabloI himself worthy of aU the trust reposed In his Integrity and ability Vice President Ferguson made a short speech declaring that he was proud of what hohad espoused even In the face of criticIsm Ln fluppor Ins the president he had at times incurred the criticism of a dissenting element but he had been sure of the right and had never had cause to regret the stand that he had maintained Prof C D Pyrtle of Hardln saidd that ho believed he growers would find stimulus instead ot discouragement In the stituatton today H C Myers afro made abrlef talk Preceding tine VOO on thepeol nwrrt bers reportEd upon hto tobacco In and out of thowarehouses shipPing rentals prizing deliveries and hous- Ing To compel the prompt delivery of 19Q9 tobacco still hold by growers the following resolution was passed That tae Instruct eosin county chair man to see that the remainder of the 1909 pooled tobacco jnh J coun ty Is delivered ns soon as possible antI If any grower loads him to believe that lie will notdellver his tobacco take legal stops at oncoandfur thor should there come a season for toIlaooseason that such legal steps pas may be necessary to secure the delivery of same be taken at ono S Ladies Social Club The Ladles Social Club which has neoentlybeen roorganlzed met Wednesday afternoon Mrs R T Col hostessI was spout after wihlah n de- Ilolous lunch was served The members preseit wore Mesdames R T Collins E EBlrkboad F L Polix Z N Griffin 3 S Glenn IIko SMdorfur John Koown E Id Woodward H E Mlschko Misses Matte Sanderfur MatILret Marks Lottie Marks Sophia Woerner Mrs F L Felix will be hostess November 16 Election of Lientenant Company H Third K S G the oval military organization mol at the armory Saturday evening for the purpose of filUnlayacancy In the office of Second Lleutennnt which vacancy tbad existed for several xnoths Although not n majority of tho corn pan was Present the ebecUan was a spirited one There wne three ean- didates for the office namely First Sergt C B Shown Sorgt pougWiI DFeUx and Corp rai W GrayI The vote resulted la the of Corporal pray with only Ollec vote over Sergi ShoWllIt Is very ll1oo1y fast another eleolilan twill be oaUedfor this eamo ff1e when the- matter reaches the Adjutant Gonerals department in view ottho facNihatJ there was not a majordtyot the comIpony on lreand for the election Notice to PubliccI hereby on this the 2nd day or November sot free to do and to act for himself Jesse E Brown who Was bound to me hi Juno1900 when he- wassyebt9 old- JAMES Y8HAV ll1t2Y tr 41reutj Cy- r 1 Bill TOBACCO DEAL CLOSED Green River Assn Sells 170000000000 Pounds PooL Sale Includes the Entire Pool of Five Counties in Kentucky The entire holdings of the 1909 crop of dark tobaooo pooled with the Green River Tobacco Growers asso elation between 17000000 and 20000 OOOpounds have been sold the final steps tnwatds lll end being coma plltcd at meetlng hold at the office of the association at Owensloro The prices rangw from 9 to G for deaf and lugs and 3 for crash The pur chase which will amount to about 1 275000 has been pending for the past ten days butt the final acceptance of It was not made until Wednesday morn- Ing The contracts belwon the buy ers and the association will be sign ed up within the next few days This sale Includes the enttre pool In the five counties in Kentuckyand the bbaoco pooled with the association In Indiana The purchasers are the American Tobacco company Imperial Tohaceo company James Hooge Richard OFlymn S T Burns and the Callahor Limited The American Tobacco company Is the largest purchaser It Is to receive nzurly 10000000 pounds of which 3000000 pounds ds to boo dully urtidl In Owensooro The remainder of Its purch1s Is to be delivered at L1v a Livermore Curdsvllle Sacramento Whtwllle FordsvlUe Narrows and I also onehalf of rcLwn county at CalhounThe tobacco will be delivered at Rockport The ImperialTohhaccO cothuuiy will receive abut 4000000 pounds of which 2500000 pounds Is to be dolly ered at Its facterits In Owensboro It wlll also reecho the ern dro dolivarles made at Lewlsport and Iloweevllle James HodgeNwho Is operating the old John Hughes factory at the corner of Fifth awl Elm streeuwlll get 1 250000 pounds aU of avhlt Is to be delivered n Owensboro Richard OFInn Is to receive 500I 000 pounds and S T Burns 400000 pounds which Is to be delivered at their respective factories in Owens bore The Gallaher Limited takes 500 000 pounds to be dolivered at Calhoun and 500000 pounds nt Its factory In Owcnsboro Davless county Is credited with hay lug 10000000 pounds pledged In the pool Ohio county 2000000 poundsI McLean county 4500000 pounds Hancock county 1250000 pounds The sate of this years crop was made by the board of control of the reel River Tobacco Growers nsso- cation The sale price Js about the same as that made for the poolcd crop for 1909 except the lowest price placed on lugs last year was 5 and U year it Is 6 being an advance of 1 on the one hundred pounds The members of the hoard who made the sale are as follows DavleGS countyIltram Marksberry W J Mattingly IL W Haytm Goo M Taylor W F Holland McLoan countyE B McEuen and Walter AUiorton Ohio countyE G Kirby and W rHoward Hancock countyH W Sharer and J 0 Maden While It Is almost a certainty that action of the board or control will ratified by hte farmers who have pledged their tobacco with the nsso elation W G jitney the president- sGas called umecttng of all of tdoso who have pooloo their tobacco w meath 1n thoi respective oountes on 1ratltyorhoard In making the sale at the figI a tires stated Ii is needless to say as to the outEcome of these meottngsAs ft Is known that the larmors who have entered the pool of this allclattonha the utmost confidence In its officers and lcdltelprice thatoould boobta1rd Tho gradero Who will serro this t I year have not all boon ssleced her being Q few small poles at which graders are yet to be elected Those whom the beard of control lave already elected arc as follows OwoasborcT M MaplJ C TlnI lug J Er Gregory R H Ford W H Clarke j J1 Taylor and P D Maddox Currlsvl11Ja1l1es Calhoun and W J MattinglyCalhounSam Glenn and J C Set tie ti Iaveruiore11111 Atherton SacramentoE D McEuen WhitosvlileW F Holland LtvlaHardy Benton RockportNot yet el cud The association announces that It will expect to begin the delivery of tobacco by TuesdayNovurnber Iii and It will depend errlrely upon the sea son when the entire crop twill bo dolly eyed However with Il favorable season within a short time the fac torks will b tClOwded with tobacco and botveen 3000000 and OOOOOO Pounds wlll bo delivered In OWens hero by Christmas Ernest R Tweddell Dead Mara In Hartford will learn with regret of the death of Ernest R- Tweddell who died at his home at Calhoun Ky Tuesday at noon He had boon seriously m for several weeks with the typhoid fever and for several days his death had been expected The funeral and interment tool place at Calhoun on Vednesday The decease leaves a wife baby mother and two brothers U I Tweddell of Calhoun and 1 D- Tweddell or Xo reek to mourn their lossMARSHAL WALKED IN ON A BIG BANQUET Beer Taken Off Millionaires Ta ble at Spread in His Mansion Oakland City Ind Oct 29 When servants threw open the doors to the dihiing room at the Palatial residence of James V Murphy millionaire oil operator last night and two hundred friends were ready to take mate at a feast spread In their honor In walked the town marshal and seized four barrels and two kegs of beer Moreover Murphy was ar rested for running a blind tiger In that Ito was preparing to give away beer to others than members of his family He took the affair In good nature and when the marshal said that no bond would be necessary for his appearance In court next Thursday Murphy said Take me and leave the beer Under the orders of the court Issu Ing the writ however the marshal could not leave the beer and the large crowd of thirsty guests stood weeplngly by while the marshal cart ed It out to a dray The goods are now locked up awaiting the trial date when the bottles and keg will bo mute evldenco of the tragic attempt made bYa mlllloQalre to serve beer to his friends in dry terri toryThe lack of beer did not spoil the banquet however and the guests many of whom came from Illinois had an enjoyable spread Murphy le the eon of Mlrhael Murphy the multimillionaire oil operator from Plttsburg The affidavit for the seizure of the liquor was sworn to- by Joseph Summers a farmer who saw the trimmings for the banquet being hauledto the Murphy mansion This Is said to be the furthest limit to which the temperance law has eVer been carried hore No Verdict Reached- For the third time the case of the Commonwealth vs George W Simp on charged with incest has gone to and as many times the jury as failed too reach a verdict ThoI wasrgivehIt was though by many that verdict would bo reached late In the afternoon The court Instruct d the Jury to hold a session after supper that evening but by Thurs i day morning nearly noon no agreement had been reached and it seam agreemoatrors favored conviction and threeI favored acquittal The court missed the jury at noon Thursday POSTAGE RATES RECOMMENDED Taft Advocates Change in Magazine Rates Newspapers Will Not be Affected Plan to Wipe Out Deficit Washington Oct 31lrllSltlDt Taft and Iostmastter General IlItchcock reached nn agreunent today on the roccmmendutlol1s the Irt1Shl1nt wlll make to Congress regarding a change In the second class postage ratrg ns affecting magazines and other perlodi cals Mr Tart wlll rClOmmel1l1 that the magazines bo required to pay UoJ present rote of one cent a pound on all reading mattel and a much higher rate to bo determined later on the advertising pages Each magazine will bu required to send a copy or I t current Issue to the Postoff1ClJ De- lhartnent each week or month ns the case may be There the publication will ho dissected The rending mater and thus advertising sections will be SIIII11atel weighed and time amount or postage computed by the number of magazines suet out New spalwm will hot be ufCochCl Tle average haul ot the newsphaper ls but 300 tulles while thu average haul of the magazine Is 1100 miles- Mr HItchcock told the President today that the plan of 1tJIIratlng the rending anti advertising matter In taw timgazinu is entirely fevtslble and ho belluve It to bu thin proptr solution or the problem The hauling of magazines In the mall has provedl costly to the Goornnwnt and enter ed largely Into the deficit shown eac- hyar lit the Postofflcu Department This hflclt line been largely reduc ed during the past year II saving of 11000000 having been reported as- a result of economies put Into effect by Hlchcock Time adoption of a now rate for the magazines Mr Hitch cocle believe will entirely wipe out the deficit and put the postal tulbI- Ishmll on a IIICusnlnlng basis President Taft Is looking forward to a onocent rate for letter peoahgeand hopes to recommend Jt before he leaves the Whltu House lit hopes also to back up his reconunetudatonw- i51u figures nUll estimates which will show that letter postage nt this rate will yield a profit to the GOcrnment i The ltabllshlllent of the proposed now rates as to magnznes the President believe will do much to bring about the penny postage plan At the same tlllle he thinks the magazines will be romllelll to pay only their Just share In the postal expenses The President Is determined to push Ws plan for placing second and third class postmasters under the civil service He will make she ru- recommentlaton to Congress In his forthcoming message and hopes for tavorablo action In addition to tak lag these classes or pot masters en tirely out of polities the President believes the move will prove economical He is certain it w1llen IlI1nce the efficiency or tine service The President today heartily congratulated Mr liltcheek on his administration of the department Marriage Licenses Marriage license Issued from the Ohio County Clerks office since our last issue T A Russ Bovler to Bertha M Duncan Tousey W B McCarty Fordsvllle to Eva Wester field Reynolds Buckner Malden White Run to Sarah Ellen Byers White Run Charlie Vlncen Echols to Chloe Id Brown Echols C H Blanchard Heaver Dam to Ola Car Beaver Dam Liquor is IssueTennessee Memphis Tenn Nov IThe BtateJ election one week hence will end one of tho bulere4 campaigns evor waged tn Tennessee Independent Democrats have joined IWLth Repub- lhnnas an an effort to offeob the plot ton of B W Hooper of east Teneues see wino stands far the ontroement of the fourmllie liquor law that has bum eo flagrantly Wo1ated In Mom pl1s shoo tea pasaege by tho legihd- lature alma5t two years ago TlIe regular Democrats have nominatoL Senator Dab Taylor for governor and they claim they will carry the Stat by 20000 lloopors friends claim It by 90000 Taylor Is making the race ou GOv Pattersons platform and his record in the United Status sm- aw has boon distributed broadcast by his opponents The present indications are hath will be dew frhtd largely bJC1IU the sentiment of the people cutslc1o of ono or two of thAI large cttls Is for the strict enforcment or the liquor laws Death of Miss Hudson Miss Annie Iuhleon daughter or James Hudson who lives on thv farm of AG ljSlI yard of Nocrcek- died Tusday afternoon about five o clock She had been ill for about two ti ltH anti her ronllltlon wa- snevi cons kred s rious The dlCms ed was about sixteen years old and liked by everyone and a member ot the M E church Souh The funeral services were conducted by Rev Crane and the Interment at Pleasaut hill Among the Lodges Miss WnUe Smith representedd- thu Hartford kp0er Eastern Star at the Grand Chapter making in Fran fort last week She reports a splendid time and a good meeting of the chapter S Rough River Lodge 01I0 Knights of Pythias had t1 splendid meeting Tuesday evening and conferred the tird rank upon oat lsqulr Hon Ben D Ringo who was a charter men ber of Rough River Lodge was prt1S eat anti made an Inter Ung talk for the good of the order W E Ellis Master of Hartford Lodge No 075 F A M represented the lodge ut the Grand Lodge recently hold In Louisville lie reports that the Grand Lodge hail an interest Ing session and that much work for the good or the order was acoom pUshed WHITESVllLE Oct 2SDen Ramsey III having his home remodeled Miss Ruby Pate Madlsonvlllevis Iud her mother Saturday and Sunday School closed for the week last Thursday that the teachers might at tend the Teachers Meeting at Mad Json lIlt W T Greer and fatally left this morning for Hartford for II few days visit to his brothers and other rela tIes Felix UUSdelburg inflicted a veryy painful wound on his right leg with IIn nx a few days ago The gash was three Inehlll long HI Edge dressed the wotmd Miss Jade Swears Owousborobut formerly of this pace visild some of her many friends here last week Miss Lucy McCarty of this placo has been visiting her sister Mrs Chas CllOlfIn Owensboro for the past week Miss Mary Belle Taylor Ls spend Ing a few days with her triendMiss Jessie Johnron of OwmiOOro Mrs T F Niel left yesterday for Frankfort to attend the granLchap- t1 of to Eastern Star W F Howard Ralph went to Owensboro last Tuesday to attend tho mooting of the Green River Tobacco AssociationEd formerly a druggist of this place but now an onglnler on a railroad trolnout of St Louts spent last week with his lmrcnts Mr and Airs Tom Litsey The Republican beings to us all of the best news every Saturday Singing ration Last Sunday a singing convention was held at the Beulah Church Bool and dinner was served to everybody on the grounds The convonttanwas largely attended and n great many of she Hartford people were present The next convention will be held at Clear Run on the ruth Sunday In March The following churches were represented last Sunday by large classes l1t Carmel Beda Washington No Crock Clear Run and Pleasant Hill Methodist Church Preaching at Hartford Methodist church next Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m A protracted meeting will begin at Goshen next Monday November 7 First service at 7 p m Thowhol comm nltr xlthout regard to denomination invited to attend and take part a Ffx C INSTRUCT MINERS IN RESCUE WORK rSi Portable Stations A Sent into Pennsylvania i Men to Learn Uses of Safely Ap pliances and FirstAidto Injured Devices Washington Oct aThcthe six portable mini ruscua utatlons with which the now bureau of mines plans to instruct tho miners douse of minI rescue apparatus and firstaldtothelnjured appliances start on Its mission tomcrrow an0 ing according to a statement Issued by the bureau today It be known as car No 1 It will from Pltu burg and will cover the thracite fluids in Pennsylvania and vicinityAbout November 1 car No2 Is ported to roach tho bureau of ml rscuo station at Urbana Ill where- It will receive its full equipment This car will then proceed to Dan ville Ill Turns Haute Ind and vHle Ill Torre Haute lad and through Southern Indiana to Evans vine Four other cars wit headquarters at Rock Springs Wyo Billings Mont Salt Lake City Utah and Knoxitt ville Tcnn will bo turned over toin the bureau of mines within a short sirae It Is said They will be fully equipped and manned and will bo started on educational tours hHailtheir districts In addition to educational work mapped out for those cars Ufiy will bo kept in rtcdlncss to proceed at a moments notice to aid in rescue work at mine districts This is the first important step that has btn taken by the nuw bu reau in its efforts Oo reduce the ap palling loss of life In American coal mines In Kuropean countries tho I capita loss of life in the mines Is smaller than in the United Stat where rescue apparatus has lawn in ore for some time Similar appara tus is being introduced In this country with the same end in view In addition to a mining engineer who will lecture on greater satetyI in mining and a nod Cross surgeon who will give diinionstrations in first oJd to the Injured each car will have a complete corps of rescue men who will teach the minors how to useihi oxygen helmets us wall as train Uiem In practical rescue work Stops long enough to enable miners to go through training In rescue work will bu made at each mining town This training will be free of coot to tho miners Certificates of competency will bu Issued to thoI miners who ttiku the full course of In sarustlon in mine rescue and first aid work and a record will be kept of those man as being available for em ergency wills in tho event of a dis asterThe loss of life in the mines in the United States according to the bulletin issued by tho bureau amount ed to from tliruj to five for every thousand employed while records from foreign countries show fro ono to two kllljd In each 1000 ennheployed To lire LiOrlppe aad Colds la 24 hoary lak Cold and LaGrippe II UUltiVO Medicine TABLETS H ynr tnttM fees Dot keep Ota seed 25c ti I J Co Mendenhall Medicine Co ErmYiiic ht I and get them post paid Guaranteed I Similarities in Proverbs I The wellknown old proverb One swallow does not make a spring lu Indigenous to England Germany and Russia bu In the Sunny Sou tip it takes tho fowl Ono flower dotmnot make a garland an exchange says la Italy wo find lie wl grasps all gets less In Franco t who embraces too much binds badly rand in Northern Europe Grasp al1trees lax all wBirdsajHk foQulePJato declared more than 2000 ICllSIu f po that A lji luulng is half of all and he has found an echo in our Whats begun Is half done and in the Italian Who commences well is at the halt of the task tho There in true Oriental ring about ing such proverbs as Among the sandal tiKvfi there are deadly serpents Rivers have lotuses but also aill gator Tho Hindoo proverb By a number of straws twlatedf together it olephants can bo bound is only an other form of tho Scotch Many a migkie makes a muckle by The Greeks Ashing to cast doubt York e upon a mans probity declared him to bo a sheep with a teas tall which anawert ooilr wolf in sheeps clothing well that ends well bears a strong liken sto tlio German Ende gut olios g Thorn Is a lengthy Oriental roe prreage If released after twelve years will nevertheless return to its natur al shape it is easy to trace similarity to our You can not m a silk puma out of a sows ear Wo discourage carrying coals Newcastle the French depreciate tak ing water o tho river We drink as we brow the French sleep the bad as they have made it T oCold Athenian was as much concern to See a bull in the city as we when that animal appears in a chi watersIhoswarm WI devilsa much more vigorous way thlngnoatIn aro many UIerbs which boar a striking aim to tits proverbs of other lands Rhceoanare rBe shouldnt be looked In tho mouth An Inch of gud cfortuno is mo gudecan0use s a strong arm green nlD makes a fat klrkyard A glon piece Is soon ended A begun turn Is half ended and A mans wool or wao as hethlnks himself sac QUll IV SCold and Medici Guaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrippe 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia 30 minutes At druggist or by mat J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Eraarule The Farm Girl to the Jolly farmer girlsDually nil day longIShe tilts about her fathers home With happy smile and song Ruddy and cliar her cheek so fair Kissed by the summer sun Roguish and bright her starry eyes Gleaming with health and fun 0 Jolly little farmer girl I leContented bravo and gay May he glare of yon grit city esNovor beckon you away Some day the dear old homestead May lose Its charm for you And the call of that stoat cityeYour bounding spirits woo Come with me little maiden There whore the bright lights glow Where all seems gay and Joyous No thought of grief or woo Ah look In tlio passing faceswDo you see happiness there Alas you can read the story Of sorrow shame and careITho dregs of tho cup are blttor The wins has lest Its charm In memory they are turningIBack to the door old farmIBut no the step Is taken late now to turn back IToocares for the slnstalned pilgrim Who strayed from tho narrow track 7 Oh let us hurry homeward Through the green meadows andhare CleldsIOut of the smoke and tnrmolltThe rumble and rear of whoolsI Dack to th dear old homestead tuAnd Gods pure country air hills and verdant valleys Never looked half so fair maideneeyes know that the light of the city Will beckon in vain for roehThe lesson has brought this wisdom is May Its memory never fade That country life Is tho happiest Dear little farmer maid MRS THOMAS D GRANT of folRemember will you Chat It stewInOctober twentyeighth It inutes to twelve oclock that thotJ white flakes began to come down antiII mugitidal to decorate itlho leaves on tho and tins earth generally but Ito only a few minutes when It w stallitten degrees within less than hours time just preceding GndIs llowing the snowfall all of which things appear as if real nlnte struck this latitude Make a note now to get Ely a Cream Balm if you are trpubltjd with nasal catarrh Jiay fever or cold in head It is purifying and sooth to the sensitive membrane that a lines tho airpassages It ds made to overcome the disease not to tool tho Sho patient by a short deceptive relief There 4s ale cocaine nor mercury In Do not be talked Into taking a for substitute tor Elys Cream Balm All is druggists soil ItPrlce 50c Mailed Ely DrosIiG Warren Street New tho co THE O UERU OUS PEK SONI By W H Cwnt llicturaIed willItstances Absolutely necessary In tho Vnke ltocessful living and the factors of human happiness joalouslyandbedbrook anothers success ano all nbt tactnaaro 111thmaterially and cast tho shades of melancholy and despair far and near drossparityour to singleness and sincerity of par and in our own faith in our ollowmon Thie confiding faithful hopeful and intultlvolylhHenco as a matter of wisdom it has power in a world whoso wisdom like chaff In the wind And It 1 esto tho lovo of humanlily which ov orIn builds up itho collectivo good by abregatlon and aolt facemcht kn Ing tho while that Individual good is WholeInIeFaithful is better than famous True Is superior to policy Purpose is abovo what the world ladcalls Success human happiness Is more blessed than honor riches and glory thOlSO evanescent things of an in ane individualism and a coarse ma terialismIn evolutionary advance to ward human solidarity pitman t and permanent peace and happln 960afor nations as well as dndividua- heret is no place for the querulo person who Is either by tonsilu tion or habit pessimistic and complaining Serene helpful and hopeful and brave militant and aspiring the glorious champion of human right by and speech pursues the oventonorof his way conscious of tiho attainment universal peace and prosperity through and by that rota ectlvvlsm and cooperation Social- Ism which will give social solidarity in the giving of social equity to all regardless of race creed or sex Catarrh Cannot Be Cured ith LOCAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or con Btltutional disease and in order to cure It you must take internal Tome dies Halls Catarrh Cure is takonter internally and acts directly on ttho blood and mucous surfaces Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medic It was prescribed by one of the tic hims physicians In this country for years and is a regular proscription it IsI composed of tho best tonics co himbinedacting directly on the mono usssurfaces Tha perfect combination of two ingredients Is what prodtic sthis wonderful results in curing Cat I arrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO Irops- Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists price 75c of Tako Halls Family Pills for constipation It Bread in Sheets The proparatlon of bread in slice ardly thicker than a sheet of Imp a real art among the woman the Mokl Indians of ourWestern des ertsA corner in the principal roc the Indian habitation Is sat aside r tho accommodation of a shallow walled which slabs of stone on end The trough is divided to three compartments sari in the first process of breadmak Wines places aquautm w partraent Shelled corn Is then put la n the flat stone in the first com raasone tho first woman proceeds to rub The coarse meal thus prepared passed on to the next compartment Here ill da again rubbed with a stone norstage Tho result is a decidedly floury meal With a brush which Is made of dried grass bound together with d string of calico the meal is then gathered up and mixed with water to thick batter was Then Is shown the art of the baker takes a single handful of the tins batter and spreads It over a long flat stone under which a lire has been Her some time burning The batter mado to cover thinly the entire surface Whqn one aide Is baked she takes broad by a corner and pulls It off i I dexterously turning the other Whon It 4s donw long flat receives it and thebaker1 turns the I edges up all around so that the can get 1i1 Sheet after sheet baked until tfio basket is piled high writs the blue Bread or plkl whl the baker pronounces peka No salt is used in the batter jand the pike has a swootjsh taste Itusually blvd partaking of the co of tho corn from which it is ma sotonWhoa the men go on a journey W take piki made into rolls very mu as ono would roll up a shoot of paper the bread being of the sa thickness as the paper The stones upon which tho broad is baked are prepared by the old w onof the tribe with great secrecy a- rey much ceremony They are very tis abW and are handed dawn its bet looms from mother to daughter The first stage In the process I the smoothing and filling of the an face of the stone with hot pitch is then smoked and rubbed derma Iedays with an acoompanlnienti of chanting As far as a white m may know the first rubbing Is wl a smooth stone the next with pion of wood while the finishing wro Is done with onto bars hands TI Isresult is a jet black smooth surface which the plkl dog not sUck baking A aChlidowIn Pittsburg a savage tho hand that a child thrust into bis cage Danger to a child Is some times great when least regarded Often it comps through Colds Croup and Whooping Cough They slay thousands that Dr Kings New Discovery could have saved A few doses cured our baby of a very bad case Croup writes Mrs George D Dav of Flat Rock N C Wo alwa glvo It to him when ho tapes oil Its a wonderful medicine for babies Dust for Coughs Colds LaGrlppe Asthma Hemmorhgaes Weak Lungs 100 Trial bottle free Guar ussatesd by all druggists m 6 A Fine Diagnosis Boss Clark who has been cl editor of the Now York Sun for more years than he likes to say according acttoo Popular Magaln arrived at his office one afternoon took off his coat sat down at his desk groaned aloud three times and complained of severe pain In his side I think I have appendicitis remarked and I am going to find I out about It proUy soon A few minutes later one of the reporters found him in the office library studying a medical hook The boss slammed the book shut looked up at the reporter and said in a tone of finality I havo got it I find that I have every symptom set out In this chap x He went home and called a doctor who examined him and told him that witnTwo hours later tho boss telephoned for his brother who is a clergyman to como over from Brooklyn to sot m Then ho went to bed When brother arrived the boss said I know you are a preacher but is where you go to a rum shop read in the medical book at the office that champagne is good for ap penditicls I am suffering tortures with appendicitis and I want a quart champagne Go get It And the clerical brother wont and got it The boss drank it all but did him no good Before sunri the next morning ho telephoned hadtotaken to the operating room physicianof mBig Cotton Show Waco Tex Nor 271ho atten flea of practically tho entire cotton world will be centered on Waco early this month when tins Cotton Palace Exposition will be formally I opened 4herThe staple in its different stages from the time it is picked untU It manufactured together with cotton products and the machinery used In ising and manufacturing it will be exhibited Many prominent men from this and other States are on the program for addresses O D Colquli Democratic minee for Governor of Toms Wit formally apenthe exposition United States Senator Joseph W Ballejr of tiffs State will be the t principal speaker of the opening day A Regular Tom Boy Suslo climbing trees and fences Jumping ditches whltling alway got scraoches cuts sprains bruises bumps burns or scalds dial laws mother just applied Bucklens j 1Hglatm Caartshipbasket li Bemis to Mve ken root In the sloptsofWhNshall1aNashdagtonictiun ty In that town according to a citi owchpapers on persona comteinplatiDg marriage take more time to think it over than such per Whiteor88Y8t cnrr courtahlpsronglngtromIPtIVO Incmatturs hesitancym0I mere pusillanimous pr nation Prudence hesitancy and pro crastinatlon are all involved and Sara thirtyadyears unless circumstances ere unu otherrwarrant for a seven Catsforltmoved more leisurely in Ithat era perhaps but men were not dolhook of Genesis know full well kThe Whitehall Times maintains itfha WhltohallIe01 but that too much modesty on the part of tho Times Elsewhere for the most part courtships are too rash and sudden Marrying In haste with tho prover bial penalty is common Let White hall reduce lib maximum of thirty years and maintain its title to tams as the village of deliberate courtships Syracuse N Y PostStar SS a oououl QUICK 5 MEDICINE ofQuickest and best for coughs GDVRANTBED bydJ C Mendenhall Medicine Cap EYlDsvllltld I The Politician and the CotBed A western politician tells the follow Ing story as illustrating the incon venlencs attachd too campaigning in I countryt small towns in South Dakota whore ho was to make a speech the following day he found that the socalled hotel was crowded to tho doors Not having telegraphed lor accommodations the politician discovered that he would couldhe 1 1ri1 Well r I wish to say that I have used=Sloans Lini meat on a has giVen nJe muchtmublefor ala months It was so bad that alweekmylegJ heard of but aU did me no- gooduatilatlastlwaspersuaded 1 to try Sloans Liniment The first application helped it and in two my leg was well A L HUNTER of Hunter Ala Good for Athlete x Mr K OILMAN insttructorofr- athletics 417 Warren St Rox bury Mass says JI have used SLOANS LINIMENTwith physlca1exertion would not make any impression Sloans Liniment has no equal asa remedy for Rheu 7 matism Neuralgia l or anypainor- stiffness in the muscles or joints l1li20 6Oe IS tOO Bloanl book on honei Cootie sheep pnUUIDIIM Dr EarlS Sloan Bortoa HIM ULd night to sloop on a wire cot which ha i only some blankets and a sheet on It As the politician is an extremely fat man he found his improvlseed bed anything but comfortable How did you sleep asked n friend In the morning Fairly well answered the fat span+ but I looked like a waffle whoa ngot upNovember Lippincotte QrkrtTTt k ktfc icok fc Tc t J SEND YOUR BOY TO T J Matheny Batts Vanderbilt rrainingi J School 12 ELKTON KENTUCKY t i A j limited select school Col jdand from six Southern 21fstates Equipment valued at 45 I Electric LightsSteam Heat JHot and Cold Baths Moral Suit rtlundings excellent No saloons + Extremely healthful location 3 000 spent on improvements this summer olJJyou want your boy carefully IrVt trained send him to us and send thIm whIle he young The nineteenth ye rof the school opens 7 for illustrated Catalogu JoJ Address All Communications tor IATHENT1 BAITS j Prin p1s+ iM 4444444a 444 w it IL0 il I a OJ I r- rzyiillr i JIc c t t e h DEMON SHIPS d r VMiela YthThere Is an old Cornish legendof a phantom ship which is seen In or off PortLctirno harbor and which unlike most ghosts has u terrifying habit sightsfj collision but no roar of innishlng water At the moment of contact tbo ghost ship vanishes Into thin air and the puzzled crew of the other vessel rub tlfcir eyes in terrified amazement To any one who knows the legend tho vessel that saw the phantom ship Is however doomed Before the next New Years day she will be sunk In collision with another sReI or a rock One wonders whether the original of this phantom tat all resembled that y notable and appropriately named yacht Satanlta The Satanltn was a Onet d very powerful cutter which originally belonged to Mr C D Clarke and afterward to Sir Maurice Fitzgerald Tho Satanlta was a hard weather craft but let the breeze be the leas heavier thao she liked and she would be seized with what seemed more like demoniacal possession thou anything else and even with four men hanging on her holm she would sometimes take charge and rush right up into the windShe was the cause of several serious e accidents the worst of which ha pened at the MudbooU clubs regatt- in 1894 On that occasion she was be having in the most perfect fashion when suddenly and without the slightest warning she flung all control and Just ns a race horse will sometimes savago an l opponent she dashed In a mad fury at Valkyrie II and sank her like a stone Well was the Satanlta called the demon yacht But it is not only stilling ships that act at times In a strange and unac countable fashion Some years ago the British warships Pique llutlue Flo earlo and Brltomart entered KlukUng harbor and dropped anchor in single file Presently a steamer which had been discharging her cargo uuan Cbored and began to steam out She was just abreast of the war ships when she suddenly untie straight for the Pique The war ships officers and men saw the man Mt tho steamers wheel doing all he knew to keep her off but she flatly refused to answer her helm and went crashing Into the Pique smashing her boats and davits After clearing her she went for the Mutlne but luckily did not strike her 1uYsatisfied she made a rush at the Ho earlo but by superhuman efforts on both ships tho mad steamer was pre vented from doing more than graze r the third warship Something of the slime kind was seen In the Thames a few years ago when the British steamship Poplar turning to enter her dock was struck itn l cut down to the water line by the French vessel Cordilleras She at onco began to fill and the captain or purposeYInstead of making for tho beach the Poplar made a sudden rush in a great circle out into the river smashing Into everything she came across Then as If filled with a spirit of revenge she made for the vessel which had so terribly damaged her Tho Cordilleras tried in vain to get out of the way but the Poplar smash ed Into her damaging her eo severely that she too had to be beached Pearsons Weekly Styles In Teeth- i Penny teeth are not the fashion everywhere One firm of artificial teeth manufacturers have to keep In stock molars of every shade of color from white to black There is a steady demand for black teeth for Slam Java Batavia and Burma where time natives chew the betel nut which blackens the teeth For Persil the teeth must be absolutely milk white Ilecently an order was received from Bhavnagnr in India for some bright red and blue artificial teeth Smokers teeth are regularly supplied 4to dentists in shades to match those have been discolored by nico tine Argonaut Waterm when taken out of the water tile because tutu has n fatal effect on them Time real reason however is that their delicate gill filaments or membranes become dry and stick together so that no nlr can puss between them Thus they lose the power to Imbibe necessary oxygen and the circulation of their blood stops The painful gasping of a fish out of water Is natures effort toI freo tho passage trough the lila incuts rt Hop Pillows For Insomnia George III derived great benefit from the hop pillow prescribed for him by Dr Wlllla after other sedatives and drugs had failed and a similar remedy was eminently successful In 1871 with his late majesty King Edward VII then Prince of Wales who was suffering from typhoid fever London Tele t Kp1l1h Night on the Job A pupil had been naughty all day and the teacher sent him a note ordering him to stay after school The wrote an answer on his slate SIX fngjDeroTenc1ier Except the oner With pleasure Always keep ml en Jag mellls with time ladies Will be- T tat tristing place at 4 pmArgop- ant r- fa VTrJtisofnouse to wait for our ship come we hllTet sent one uLAnon t ar I 1ft iI 7 4 L A Christmas resent That Means lethingY good thing about a Chrlatmtfs present of The Youthd Conipanion It ifehows that the giver thought enough of you to gave you I11cthlngworth while U Is easy to choose something costing n great deal more which Is absolutely usolcss but to obose u I present coslng only 175 that will provide a long years entertainment and the uplifting companionship of th wise and grot is another matiiter There is ono present however which does just thatThe Youths Compsui ion If you want to know whether dt 1 appropriate or welcome Just visit the home of some Companion subscriber on Companion day Do riqt chose any Christmas jxres cnt until you have examined The Com panlon We will send you free sam PraspeetTho Companion has recently boon enlarged and Improved Tho ono to whom you give the sub EcrlpUon will receive free all the num hers of 1910 Issued after the money Is received nlro The Companions Art Calendar for 1911 lithographed in willasent the subscriber Christ mas morning If desired You too as giver of the eubsorlp Uon will rocelvo a copy of the Cal endar THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkeley st Boston Moss New Subscriptions received at this Office Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIAw Utilitarian In one of tho Philadelphia public schools is a girl whose forebears held that the principal abet of the life of a woman Is marriage This little girl Is well up In most of her studies except geography Tile other day her teacher sent to her mother to see that this girl studied her les son The next few days showed no improvement and the teacher asked whether she had delivered tio note Yes maam was the reply What did your mother 17She said that she didnt know geography an she got married an my aunt didnt know geography and she got married an you know guography and you liavent got ntarrledNo vember Lipplncotts Children Cry FO FLETCHERS CASTORIACondition The September report of the De partment of Agriculture shows that tho month of August was favorable for crops In general taking the Uni ted States as a whole time deteriora tion during tho month being about 06 per cent whereas there Is an average decline la August of 33 per cent Aggregate crop conditions In the United States on September 1st or at time of harvest were about 04 per cent lower than on the corresponding date a year ago and 28 per cent lower than the average con dition on September 1st of the past ten years The area under cultiva tlon Is about 32 cent more than last year The aggregate ot crop condltlonSyfor Northwestern States on September 1 1910 representing the average on Sep tember 1st of tho past ten years was as follows Minnesota 92 North Dakota 41 South Dakota 7G Wis consln 78 Iowa 97 Montana 80 The conditions of various crops In the United States on September 1 1910 representing for each crop not Its normal condition but Its average condition on September 1st ten years average for most crops was as follows Spring wheat 809 win ter wheat yield per aero 115 oats 1048 rye yield pr acre 1018 corn 984 hay yield per acre 931 flaxsccd 538 peaches production 1131 cabbages 1014 lops 1026 cranberries 90G cotton 9SC sweet potatoes 982 cantaloupes 970 on ions 963 tomatoes 955 buckwheat 946 sugar b tI9U hay yield per acre 931 alfalfa 929 potatoes 883 grapes 877 millet 866 apples S56j barley 840 An Ideal Husband is patient eVen with a nagging wife for ho knows she heeds help Shu may be so nervous and rundown In health that trifles annoy her If she is mel cIoexcitable troubled with loss of appetite headache sleepless ness constipation or fainting and dizzy spells she needo Eloctric Bit= tars the most wonderful remedy for ailing women Thousands of suffer ers from female1 troubles troubles backache and weak kidneys havo used them and become healthy and happy Try them Dilly 50c SaUsfactlonlfguarantecd r by all dnig tn e- y MADE GOOD AS A COOK The Old Lumbermen Got Without the Effort Nowadays a cook Is provided for each camp said the old lumberman who has worked on the St Croix the Penobscot and the St lohu but in my days of luraberlnt we took turns a week at a tone or one man would make all the bread another the to and coffee and HO on through the bill of fare Once In tiouchilly be fore theyd got licked into their reg J Jar winter mold some fellow would kick against the routine hes bee hired to do something else or he be hanged If hed cook anyhow Then i there were ructionsi thnst downi1 I genlous old soul all quiet good nature himIto i find the fire nearly out and nothing I ready for supper We were all hungry and grouty as sometimes happens in the best regulated crews Each in turn declared he wouldnt be cook and It looked like a supperless night till Un cle Ned spoke up In his quiet way Dear me says he what a tlmo about cooking Why Its the easiest thing in nature to get slipper Now boys If youll all wait on me Ill bo cookThey j all agreed This being setI tied Uncle Ned sat down on a spruce chair and let his assistants have it I Now Dick said he the first thing for you to do Is to get a little wood and start up the fire I Isaac just step down to the brook and fetch a poll of water I You Mac while the fires getting under way wash a few potatoes and get em ready to put on when the pot bolls Now Toke you cut n few slices of pork and put it on over the fire to fry But Uncle Ned we all shouted together you was to get supper Yes said be calm and easy as ever I was to get supper but you were to watt upon me Tom said he youd better get the dishes ready We kicked some but twas no use wed agreed to wait on him If hed be cookWhen everything was ready for supper there the old man still sat in his spruce chair hadnt stirred an inchDear me dear me said be here I have got supper and twas one o the easiest things in the world We were caught smiled the old lumberman and we sat down to supper in good temper and ever afterward we had Uncle Neds proposition for a byword wed agree to do any living thing provided we could be waited upon Youths Companion A Man Wants to Die only when a lazy liver and sluggish bowels cause frightful despondency But Dr Kings New Life Pills ox pel poisons from tho system bring hopo and courage cure all Liver Stomach and Kidney troubles im part health and vigor to tho weak nervous and ailing 23c at all drug gists m Stops the Cough heals the Lungs COUQHVtUlWIV NE If not better then any other money back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO BVANSVILLB IND Order Ohio County Court Regular term October 3rd 1910 lion R R Wedding J O C C PresidingJ et nl For Motion Judgment Stock Law Election Prct No 32 Dan T Wilson ot al For Motion Judgment Stock Law Election Prct No 11 A S Keown et al For Motion judgment Stock Law Election Prct Xo 10ISam Morton et al For Motion judgment Stock Law Election Prct No 17 J M Everly et al For Motion Judgment Stock Law Election Prct Xo 20 J M Taylor et al For Motion Judgment Stock Law Electlnon Prct No 13 It appearing to tho satisfaction of the Court that tho Fiscal Court of Ohio County by a majority of theI members composing tho same has heretofore by regular order decided that elections to regulate the running Sllool61thereofshall bo confined to the voting pro clncts within said county and It further appearing that J W Arnold and 30 other legally qualified voters of Arnold voting precinct No 32 Dan T Wilson and 45 other legally quail IeolherSelect voting precinct No 10 Sam Morton and 2t other legally qualified Voters tit Smallhous voting precinct No 17Si Everlyr and 2v other legally qualified voters ot Ceralvo voting precinct No 26 and J M Tay lorand 19 other legally qualified votersVtOt East Beaver Dain voting precinct No 13 bve each filed- their pdtltions herein praying that ant 1e election be held In their Respective voting precincts at the regular oloc= parrPose of taking the sense of the le gaily 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 at large upon the pub landsLtheir respective precincts And it appearing that each of said petitions were duly filed and have lain over for one month or more and toIa od sufficient to defray tho necessary expenses having been deposited with the Clerk of this Court by the pets tlons mentioned in each precinct It Is therefore ordered and adjusted that an election bo held in each of the aforesaid precincts as prayed for In tho several petitions herein filed at tho regular election November sth 1910 and It is further ordered that the Clerk of this Court furnish to the various precincts herein named ballots with tho following question submitted thereon Are you for or against tho running at largo of attic or any species thereof uiwn the pub lie highways or unluclosed lands In conformity to this judgment an order heretof6rc adopted by the Ohio County Fiscal Court It is further ordered and adjudged by the Court that the officers of he regular election be and they are hereby directed to open a poll at each and all of tho voting place In the aforesaid precincts in Ohio County Kentucky on November 8th 1910 for tho purpose of ascer taining the will of the legal voters in skim of said precincts upon the question aforesaid It Is further or dered that notice of tho submission of the aforesaid question shall bo published at least 20 days prior to said election In at least four Issues of Hartford Republican a paper of general circulation published at Hart ford Ohio County Kentucky Ordered that each cause herein bo continued for report of election as provided by Statute Coppy Attest W S Clerk Ohio TISIEYI CASTOR IAF- or Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars thoISignature of t I The Farmers Wife Thero once was a farmer who had a good farm When hard and long tolled heIOut lie said ho could do more work in a day j Than his wife could In tlueoa If IiThvnThat OU shall do III work for ono IIWhlloSo the little wife took the lines in hur hand j And wont to drive the plow And the big man took the ulce clean i lIallIBut the Jersey mooed and the Jer j And soy choWLI1IHut whun he begged her to be good j She plomptly kicked over the lJaIlISo when hed milked the Jersey For fear she should go dry Ilu then must fd the txveii pigs That were within time sty And then ho watched the speckled hen IvuU she slfould lay astray lint hr forgot to Iron tho clolhts Ills wife washed yesterday Uy night lima tired farmer By nil the stars In 8010IThat his wife could do orto day j Than ho could do In SOOIIIp a Real Estate CO Acres of time finest Rough river bottom land located three miles west of Hartford About 20 acres in cults bullllIlngli IWo have 460 acres of fine bottom- land from one and a halt to two miles of Hartford part of It with Umber Also about 75 acres of upland belonging to the same tract Terms easy southlorabout 20 acres timber land and the of it fairly good upland Five room frame two story house two barns mid good tenant house Splen- dId orchard never tailing well lit yard and horse lot and spring In easy reach of the house In good repair Must be sold and will bo sold at a bargain Apply to BARNETT SMITH1 r AIA L Hartford Ky 4 Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has homo tho signature of s and has been made under his persona supervision slnco its Infuncy 4 Allowno ono to deceive you in this butExperimentsInfants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorse Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation hull Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the of 9cTh-eKind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 3O Years THE CCNTAtm COMPANY TT Yawnar STflCCT BCW roan CITT n AGENTSSlaroplemakinlr money bU IIrCr fwfl1arli amI1r al Nrt Wuhiptoallow TEN DAYS 1KKK Till A 1 duilns which lime you may ride the bicycle and ICkeepWe tui the highest grade bicycles ills possible to tll3kr tittoontee 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on approval You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented yousendsending us an order ns the tires may be returned at OUR expense if for any reason they are not satisfactory on examination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe u In a bank you order a pair of these tires you find that they ride easier run faster wear better last monger and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price We now that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order lYe waut you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offer ofIFwhlcll1escnbenn but write usa postal today DO NOTTHINKOF IHIVINO a bicjcle wonJerfulferaJ L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL Save w5 i BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR s FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only fas 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 gs Books and stationery arc included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use BUSWESS COLLEGEascaaearaA Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY w JS r 1 9 r J or r IIartford Republican 1Ytaeed according to law at the pOlwmc BarKerdK aaman matter of the aeroo cleat CMBARNETT Proprdo e w1 NEY FOSTER fCdrerUM Address all communlcatlon to The Hartford Rapubllca- nTS7 TiFIZOI7iLE3- fLou bZlen M4o h asvZ22FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Judge Court or Appeals JUDGE J ALLEN DEAN For CongressI DR D W GADDIE WIth this issue or Tho Republica- 1dr C E Smith who has been connected with the paper for about etghl years retires having sold his Inter oat to Ur Joseph XtY Foster who biomes half owner of Use plant and one of Ute ol1tors JIr Smith retires In order that ho may give more time to Ute practlco of law and to his duties as County Attorney He has been n tower of strength to the raper having become odltor at a time when Its financial status was anything but satWactory lie has work ed uncunsin1y for Its uplift and has been gratified to SI It firmly loStab- Ushoo on a paying basis wlth one of the most complete country news paper equipmonts to be found In Ken inky Md a large and growing circulation IndleaUng Its popularity among our poople of all classes li Foster Is a young man full of energy and by experience thoroughly for his dudtoS In connection with theI paper and Jt will be the consumt deavar of the new managemmrt to give our readers a still btx paper In the future and III our efforts we hope to retain all our old tniunda and cuonicrs and to be able by fair courteous treatment 00 attract many new ones This time next week the agony Mother election will be over an the country will again attempt to adjust itself and get down Ito business We have too many elections An arMngement should be made which would bring every election down to the city county stnto and congn- ltdonal s at the presiderttal year Torte this congressmen should bIJ elect ofd for a term of four years What an eXpense and what n saving of time and turmoil and injury to hxwlneas this would bring about One election every four years Throe years or complete rest from tile Political demagogue who cares nothing in particular for the ular People whom hIJ Pretends to bl I1gaglng In a ceaseless effort to save froth starvatan and rulnous taxation In reality lie Is only running for office and creating dlsacnstfon distrust and oomJnlisr- 1bollJolI against lila govenmtent in orderto make the votyr believe that Jill of those lalamlUus can only hI averred by its election lct us get together on some feasible plat by Which nil or the elections can be out out or dorurr I1 until she year wJIIdl We ehet II president null lInv1I nil the trouble nt one time and be well or Lt for four years One set of election ballots will do lie whole IludnesI IU well as to have k rt patted every year- Our Dmtuaratic lt Iond1lus Wn 110 ue being taxed to dlt1UI by a protective tllllrr system and thlk- rUbly as though they would repeal the euthro law Custom 1louses curd RH if shm power and thus rid tlu- people It one fell swoop of all taxes Tile truth Is that very few pen p1e In OhIo count pay one cent tax f8 In the way of tariff duties They fall to tell us where the money Is to come front to run this great goy ernmcnt Ir Wo Custom Houses are tit he aboUshoo and we ittfeq that they mesa to levy n dtroot tax for that IIWI10se When that is done It- hill be another generation before nanny 1enle will again vote the Democratic ticket It will be much worse than the scramble to gut away brow Democracy In 1896 after a trial of a Democratic tariff law Democmte tllWklrs promise cheap od to the consumer and cheap man ufacturd articela to the farmer who JIfOluoes ttw food However thefsran had bettor be a little careful how ke votes to lower the price or farm products In order to catch tho bone fit of promised reduction In the sup J g 4 r f W p plies which he has to buy The stor- of the dog which dropped the ono he was CarT Ytng eYCC the water to grab at the ahadosv ls a Very good UlustraUon In point The taiift has removed treen hides and mat rlaUy reduced on boots and shoes Are boots und sboest nny cheaper than befor- eRepublicans notfall to go to the election next Tuesday and cast your vote for the matnconnnce or Republican principles Cummins Talks Republican In his address before the Inmuton Club of Chicago Senator Cummins pointed out the folly of yoUng ror- Delnocrnts on the question ot b3 tar m and added For the man who In his heart wants to preserve fair an rrosonoblu protection for the American wage eztrner and American pro ducer and who therefore nvants du tIVs so adjusted Utat they will nuns uro the difference between the cost o- praluetton at home and abroad an DeanencrnUc falllcy of duties for revenue only It would ho the cxtr hue of mad nos W VoJ for n Democratic caudl date for Congress because that Democrat it 1w Is true to the tt3chlngs or his party will rob the country of I surest safeguard That is what Republicans hare tarn stying all along The llatCcrml- Or 1908 ea3 forth that the true prln clplo of protection Is belt maintained by the Imposition or such du1lg as will equal the dlrerenoe between tht cost or production at home an abroad together with a rrosonable Profit to Amorlcau industrlcs Work lag on Utat line the Republican Sixty first Congress Lt Its tipocllal session passed the Payne tariff net The onl difference bttwene the Payne net an Senator Cummins statement Is that the Republican Congress aimed to furnish the reasonable profit to Amen elm IndustrIes whIch the IIaUorm urged Would the Iowa statesman want Ute industrIes to work without a reasonable profit If they were required to do that the industries would quickly wink hundreds of thousands of wage earners would he thrown out of wnployment and w would Lave the Democratic day o adversity back again which ho con demnsIf Insurgen o look at the facts calmly and without prejudIeo they will see that their revolt was causeless The Repubtietm Congress to the best of its ability and opportunity carrIed out the pledge or rite platform candidatedmall e Payne act rejectstlu RlllUblltan platform and the man who does this canI not consistently call himself n Repub- 11am The truth Is that insurgency Is based on misunderstanding and hysI terla If Insurgency honestly believe what It says about the tariff i1 has noI reason for dIvergence from the Republican pared The Democratic part which Rho insurgents denounce can b TheIinsurlentsthe aid and comfort which are en oournging It to make such a canvass as It has not been able to make previously since the presidential camt palgn or 1S92 The man who persists In calling himself an insurgent and In casting insurgent ballots Is n Demo eras and not a RepublicanGlobe Democrat Thank You Very MuchtThe liarfad lierald says Mr J Ney Foster of nartford has purchased the half Interest of- Mr C E Smith In the Hartford Republican arid assumed charge yesterday In this change Mr Foster becomes associate editor of the Re t Publican Ho Is a young man or exceptional ability and has had cOlIsIIII enable experience In the newspaper field having been associate editor of- cthe Cntlottsburg Dally Tribune for quite awhile He has a natural genius for newspaper work and thist together with his well known personal popularity amply fits him for hisI new field of labor Mr Smith who Is County Attorney will retire to the practice or law A Halloneen laity Last Saturday evening Misses Mar lam Holbrook and Mary Anderson were hostesses at a charming Halloween party given at the home of the former The weird light cast over the parlor by greenshaded lights and jaek o lanterns scattered hero and there made the room look as it It were Indeed an abode of spirits The earlier part of the evening was spent In the interesting task or discovering tho Indentity of the numerous druids witches and ghosts while later many novel con u tests wore heartily taken part In until the guests Were summoned to ap proprlato refreshments Dining room and table were artistically doer orated with pumpkins foliage and other features suggestive of the jial v loweon soneon Slightly page 1030 the guest departed havIng spent a most enjoyable evening M MURDERER OASTS OFHISERIMES Terror of St LouIs Musti Hang for Misdeeds The Candy Bandit Declares t Authorities That it Means 1Neck Stretching Swaggering and smiling as If pleas ed at the prospect or what he says will bo n certain nsck etreiehing COr elhim Llgh Rhrodus the candy ban dlt has confessed to the St Lout police that he bad committed ut one murder and Il score of robberies Ilrlsol1C 1stol to hIs wife With the aid of n man who r gurds murder and robbery as Ute most en Joyable of sports Chief ut Detectives Ryan learned that he had slab Dr W D Mlchnelts In Chicago last sum mysisthe Chicago metropolis for weeks Yes 1 shot him Rhodus told Chief Ryan I saw I big diamond hlIwas some me n we met I ordered him to throw n andbelieved he had a gun so I shot him to keep him from shooting me The twoscore persons who swarm od about the pollco station to IdIl1U whoIer shops in St Louis for bore month amused him greatly and ho joked about his appreciative admirers while he was being led to and from the dew uCtho bureau where hIs Demllllon- InclSurcmollts were tally IlonlI corn milted at Springfield Mo in 1904 Rhodes admitted hIJ had serve tiO mownfan After his arrest Rhodes talked freely about his recent crimes but he was uncommunicative when Chief Ur an questioned him about the killing of a man at Moline III and another at Rock Island He also declared he Is the mean who robbed the Burling tons Overland Limited In the St Louis yards the night or Sept Uand killed Flagman J M Wine but he showed such a lack of knowledge of the facts of the crime that the police are loath to believe WLs story That he robbed and killed just for the fun or It Is apparent from Interview with his wife She said thl laughingly told her or ltla exploits after he came home IMr Johnson Speaks lion lien Johnson for three terns member of the House of RIIIIusonta- I tinS from tills district spoke to a crowd or Ohio county citizens which comfortably filled the court house Tuesday afternoon and was given Q- IXllont hearing through a two hours discourse Except for the fact that Circuit Court Is In session and the noted Simpson case set ter that day which brought about seventyfive one hundred people to town Mr Johnson would not have had near so large an audience His sprclt was In the aisle an attack upon thl pro tlCtln tariff system and he ingenuously laid all the trusts and all of t110 Ills to whlchtho cltlZlllS of his country are heirs in the year 1910 to the Inxuent tariff law He forgot to tell his audllnco that many Democrats In Uw house and tll Senate vote ter this measure er for urtain schedules or hL Ho d5nuunc- ud the whew schedule but fatted to hIs audience that hides hud been placcrl upon the Coo list undcr this and ctwt the dutilS on shoes and boots had hCtn reduced under Itbut that lastead of lowering the Ilrlco- or boot1 and shoos they tiro lilgh et than before He told its aueU epee that tile duty on sugar would be removed lr the Democrats were placed In charge of the govtuaiment but failed to tell then that ovary Democratic senator und represonta + Uvo In the sugar states had for the present tariff on sugar 1JtutII quoted from an article taken loulsvllle Evening Post a tree Ready Independent Democratic paper which prttcndcd to quote president Taft assaying that certain articles wore taxed In certain amounts and by such se of the clipping sought to make his hearers believe Ulllt president Taft was denouncing the protoctlva tariff syeteanl when In tact aroryltody knows that the president hag timeIand again announced himself or of a Protective turUC and has A defended rice present tariff law although not pleased with some of Its soofona and llr Johnson well knaua nleVQlybran would please more than half 1hJ borsmuchessl1orestort- hc people Of the U od States Wben in oontrol underClovielandd tesgnt- hey oaf only taupe La parse a law which ploasedany cohsiderablo nom rof the plo but passedon with which the pressident himself was so dJsplrosod that he refused tp sign 0It and Plxm61tud It fo OOcomD a 1aw by limitation wlthoury his slgnasur The statrtmoK by Mr JOhnson iJbat every time a roan buys an ovurcoa t for 15 he pays 9 tariff is nett born out by the facts The U1ih Is that one can now get a od overcoat for 10 and lC 9 or n is paid in tar- Iff duties we have only 1 loft for tha production of to coat rom the raw material to the finished product which Johnsontor anyone r the tariff was removed from all wool on or manufarured goods such as overcoats that they oultl be bought for the preset place less the tar m It they could he bough at such a price the farmorwho produces the wool Uw armor who produces tile cotton and the poor lalrarea who works In true nianuacturing Wlbllsl1 meat would bo till loser and no only would the farmer lose because his rarIas was 101j else durIng the 1v11stn Gorman tariff law but he would be deprived of- a Irma mtrkrt to Itho extent that facdoriwags much difference in tire farmer or any other consumer U overcoats soldat 17912 a IJccO U he could not pro duce that amount of money Mr Johnson failed to tell us lust what kind of a tariff ho and his party would enact People would like to know whether we are to have abso lute free trade or tariff far revenue only or a tariff for revenue with In oldental protection The Democratic party Is made up of all throe classes of tariff advocates and U given charge of Congress they could not agree upon a tariff law to four years Lt Is very easy when OUo or power to crl tlclsu those who have in charge constructive legislation Jt is Mother matter altogether to be given re sponslbllity and under the critical eyes or the whole country to attempt some sort of well defined policy The Democratic party Is essontlally a party or opposition and upon this alone can It thrive It will nssuroly- go to llleces when charged with the responsibilities of enacting loglsla- Uon along the lines or Ms theorlg as day succeeds night However while this ls taking place passed history snakes It reasonably sure that a great many others at present pros theBPresidential Tariff View LINCOLN I dont know much about the Tariff but i know this much When we buy manufactured goods abroad we gut the goods and the foreigner gets Ute money when we buy the manufactured goods at home we get the goods and Ute moneyGRANT The American system of locating manufacturing next to the plow and the pasture has produced a result noticeable by Jle intelligent portion of all commercial nations HARRISON The more Worlc there Is to do in this country the higher Ule wages that will be bald for doing It That lolicy which secures the largest amount ofworlc to be done at home is the policy which will secure to our laboring men steady enlplomtnt at the best wages McKINLEI The Republksn party stands for honest money and the choice to earn it by honest toll Protection has vindicated relt It cannot bo helped by eulogy or hurt by defamation It has worked it own demonstration and It presents In the sight or the whole worM It match less trophies ROOSEVELT 1iIa country has and this country needs better paid better loduoatcd bettor red and better clothed workmen ofa higher typo than are to be round in any foreign country It has and It needs a higher more vigorous and more prosper ous tYlle of tillers or the soil than countryIsys the Protective Tariff and any attempt to change It to aFreeTtllde basis will certainly lead to disaster It Is Important that all Republicans who bo hove In the party principles as der Glared In Ute national platform of 1908 should give the candidates loyal land effective support It this La done there will be no doubt of a majority The only aternaUis a Democratic vIctory Chlidrten Cry oft FLETCHERS ASTQRlA J tyr 1 SSSS s O ESi1 l I Every man woman and child likes a comforts= I ble shoe See r our t 3 Star Brand 1 Shoest 150 to S3 U For a good work shoe try STRONGER THAN U- a THE LAW I IRosenbl 1 tts I iTIlE STORE TIlAT S4TISF- IESHARTFORD I KY 1 SSSS 9 000000000000000o CIRCUIT COURT NOTES 0 000000000000000 August Stumpe VS Board of Trus tees of Fordsvl11e Verdict of jury for defendants W V MldkUf vs M H E R R dismissed without prejudice John n Miller vs 3I H E R R dlnaissed without prejudice Geneva Sanduaky vs Grace Dlar c verdict or Jury sustaining the willC T Warden vs D Curtis ver dict of Jury for plaintiff establish Ing line Lucretla Mldkiff vs M H E R R Verdict or jury for defendant G I James vs M H E R R Continued on motion or plaintiff W A Owen vs M H E R R Verdict of jury for defendant Julia Wade vs M H E R R Verdict of jury 300 for plaintiff- S I Dowsley vS M H E R R Set forward to 16th day Thomas Taylor vs M II E R- IE Continued on motion of plaintiff E R Powers vs M H E R R Continued by agreement RliContinuedA F Graham vs Mn E R R Continued W J Graham vs MH E R R Continued J L Miller VS M n E R R Verdict of jury 12750 for plaintiff John M Graham VS M Jr E u R Continued for defendant Robert Wnkeland vs Broadway Coal Co Continued on motion of defendant J D Hines vs C H Hoops Ver dict of jury for plaintiff J C Jackson vs elf H E R R Verdict or jury 100 for plain tiff The following named gentlemen I wore sMected by the gourt as Commissioners toselect the JuryI jurors to be placed in the jury service tor the ensuing year I viz PB and J S sault McK CecilJcharged with incest on trial Jorthel third time l Commonwealth nI itfordL if t 4 1Jf f some Commonwealth cases set f rtTuesday PIXlUJ SiNiTO T- nMJ KNOWN DOCTOR Dr William D Bennett one or the best known physicians and ministers of Davless county passed away Sat urday morning at 11 oclock of In firmities Incident to old age at the home of his son Rev J A Bennett at Utica after having been seriously ill for several weeks Dr Bennett was elg1tyseven years of ago and one of the most popular men of Da viess county having practiced mod tine and worked In the ministry In the county since the beginning or the CivIl War lie was a graduate of the medical department of St Louis University and had practiced In every community of Davless coun ty The deceased Is survived by two sons Rev J A Bennett of Utica and James C Bennett of Ohio county Ills wife died In Daviess county nine years ago Ho was pastor of the Hatttord Baptist church for sev I oral years In the seventies S House and Lot For Sale A now one and onGhalt story dame building with five rooms and large recl eon hall built out of the best selected material Situated on Clayland Fredri a streets lIartford Lot GOx20 root Fine well of soft water AJ1 necessary out buildings Termarensonable Apply to BARNETT SMITH Hartford Ky GUNSGUNS We IlpiveJust Received fit Large Line of Shot Guns Rifles Target 6uhs AMMUNITION SHELLS ETC And respectfully UkoU to can and sae Ute largest and best Unor Shot Guns ever la Hartford i USCARSONai iiI GROCERYMAN 1 t tt r K t 1i J 1 I 1 1 I A iF Xt- i U1fJ V tS1 ii i t y e SeeaL Ce NEW J- I i i 1 J fAll OVERCOATS i f1tt 1 rrJrl 1 41 I a I I 1 0 be Well Dressed means an Uptodate Overcoat Our cele kindlI bUY we Invite you If you are a prospective buyer we want to show i you A great variety of Rain Coats Cravanetts Kerseys and Beavers t ItD Call and see the Line rHJ FAIR F7TIRC0 DEAIlRSI HARTFORD KY JS s I Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 4 1l 1IIIn olsCon tral Rail road Tlm e Table At Beaver Dam KyI 11orM Booed Na1M ooaNA- Nola2 d45 n q N121 dItIs I Hot IU2Ip No11 It t4H p foleldilMp No1SI cia i pt I M B do E Railroad Time Tabl at Hartford Ky Trait pass Hartford at tile follow- Ing tllimea NORTH BOUND 112729 a m Paeseuggti Daily rcePIt I SOUTH BOUND I 11920 a m Mixed Dally except Sunday 113146 p m Passenger Dally 1 I f Timothy Seed at Fords at U25- I ltd Fertlllzer for so by W E Ellis lionjto be out again nIter a sUgltt illness Born to 11r and Mrs Fleetwood Ward a boy last Sunday nlght Mr Ed Ashby iContertDwn was I hero Tuesday to attend tire apeaking- Mr Abraham Shaporo the Fords vine merehnnt was in Hartford last week r Mr Azro flown of Ilefltn Is con I flded fohis bed on account ot la- Agent I grlppe1 H E Mlselike is able to bo at ius offlee II1t the depot after n tow days illness 1Dr lease Bean7t Olnton visitedi lather Dr L D Bean Monday IIlls Tuesday I l DI C Ross Bsatrtott Is teaoh y 1ng waymI11 visited home r t sunday i JfDr l1 J Bell and MrEllis FosI I fet xere calling In Baver I5mSun1 day eraning- bIa I I JamesT Davie paid The Re- pubflcan Cllco a call whlio Atown isft9rnoonI Ut ltO Qreckls fOnd uctJng a revlyal theIng at Ham I J1BChapel saatof town Fatter doingsaine 1building at Central City pci t Sun Wa taah7 lwtL IIL I J Miss Minnie Benton Wysox Ky Is the guest of Altavea Katie and iris EllIOtt City Mr Jesse hoover the bottling man was in Fords1Uo Tutaday looking at rr business Miss Dcssle Rowe of Morgantown Ky Ls the guest of Mr and airs Walter Thonms busIng that e gIdaughetuna nary and Ethel spent Sunda- wJ1 the formers parents at Small hour Miss Lydia Ward ot Ktngswood Ky spent Saturday and Sunday with lira mother lira Martha Ward near town bliss Ertle L Ilntder who has been visiting her brother Mr Lon Render and family of Louisville is expected homo Saturday Mr Frank P linger of Paintsvhl- eIy representing a Tenumsoo clothing company and democratic candi date for state auditor was In town Tuesday w Mrs Fehr who has boon vlalting her daugMer Mrs W C Sehiemmor for several days was called to her home at Cannelton Ind last Fri day on account of illness In her family Mr J C Williams has rented the lllacJe property on Fredcrim street and will move his family here Mr 1VdIUama was one of the contractors on the M IL E railroad and Is still In Rhe contract business Misses Alice Keown FannyoWhttt- inghUl MynJo WUlhuns and Mr Sydney Williams attended the box party given at the home of Mr W J Wal lace of o Crook Monday evening by the ladles auxiliary of the Wood mon of the WorJd Mr Jrunem M Shaver of PrenUs Ky was a caller M this office Wod- nesday Mr Shaver hss been atI Uawsan Springs for several oweoka on count ofhJs peal h and coatem plates returning again seep acaom panted byMraShaverWI A wreck on the L H and stLbranch near McQuady Brockenrldge county ocduyred Tuesday musing the traffic to be delayod several hours No damage wad done with the exce- ptioaofseveral cars of a height train- running out of Irvtngtoatiolg8 de rallodThe Racal peiaseriger duo hero abouk4 oolock was two bourn late N Misscs Anna Eliza Keown and Mary Marks visited their parents here Sat urdnyand Sunday Mr Bob Jones MOUllta1n PA- OkLahomuls k the guest of ltls parsei Mr and Mrs JC Jones hiss Laura Row enentown W S the guest ol Miss Flora Taylor city from Saurd4y until Monday Mr George rbuckle has moved tram the Royal property to the Fe- gbo property on Center street The ghta of the youngor sot Ie a party to the boys at the rasidonc- of Mr and Mrs Thomas Dean all Halloween QvenIng 1Lleut JoniA Sugg Jr of Med sonville was here Saturday evenin to conduct the election for Secon Lieutenant In Company II Rev J w Drtmor conducting n meeting at Pleasant Hill church Iirhere Sunday Messrs Ira Moxiey and James Lewis members of the local mm tary organization left yesterday at ternoon for Otter Pond Ky where they are to report for guard duty 1Leayo your Laundry atCleve Iler Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for MadlsonvUle Steam Laundry Madleonvllle Ice Laundry Company Incorporated Halloween nightwasavery tame affair In Harttcrd ns far os disorder WM conceruel this year AB usua tho boys were out roTly and late bus this year were content with turn lug over a tow bridges and a row othn minor dLclturbanoos Mr E G Sehroeter dtaamoved his photographic gallery tram The Itepub liean building to rooms over Mayor Williams drug store The rooms vs rated by Mr Sehroets are being re- furnlahel and will be occupied by the law firm of Barnctt and Smith Itev S J Thompson presiding eld or ot the Owensboro District lotho dist Conference delivered a very alit sll11lOn in Hartford last Sunday at 11 n m 00 a large and znpncsenta tIe audience Rev T1rompson is an able spoat1 and handled Ms theme in a masterly manner 1Mr T S Williams i member ot Co II Third K S G returned home Thursday from Otter Pnod Ky whore he and sevutald from the locu1 tea OlUvCl 31r Williams has been relieved from duty and two man men will be sent from here this woek to do guard duty there Mr J U Wade or Fordsvilo wha Is conneo ed with the railway mat service on the M II E was I town Tuesday Mr Vndo cotrwem plates moving to HanUor In the near future It he romaine in the service otherwise he will go to Warren county Ctpt Jerry Tntord of Fordsvllle the veteran conductor ot the L H and St L between Joanlsvllle and Irvington hIS been unAble to be at his work for several weeks on account of rheumatism His many friends hope tb see him on his train again soon The etrortafnlnont atthe Chris titut Ohurch Monday erenlug by Miss AdcllnoPolndextcr Bersot under tJle auspices of the Ladles Aid Society was a rare treat to those who attend Miss I3ersots in 1rl1retatlons- and renditions are most excellent and she captured her audience from the start lMr J C lien went to Eva nsvdll tJ Ind Wednesday to attend Cl meeting ot the NwHonal Grocery Co ot which he Is u member This com pany Is formed ot grocerytnen and for some time has had Its head quarters In Louisville but Is now contemplating opening a 1ronch house In EYAnsvtlle Notice The members or the Ohio County Flnnnce Committee are hereby call ed to meet at Hartford Monday November 7th at 10 oclock a m D FORD Cii-mnter A Valuable Gift To the first fifty subscribers now or old who pay their subscriptions a YEar In advance we wlll give free of ohargea years subscription Ito the Southern Agriculturist Nashville Tenn Worth 60 OOl1ots We positively have only LO sub soriptlon9 to this tine s mimonthly farm paper to dispose of In thIs way and the first calls will gut thane oyou wnt one Sample copies of the Southern Agn- toulturist may be bad free of charge J at our office u For Sale Goodalaeiooen two story dwelling Ip Centerto1y1l Ky has good cis tam good cellar never failing mall ot water good stable and other outbuildings opo acre lot of ground A t- Yple dld location for famlirr roeWenee and hotel Price and terms roan able Apply to BARNlT11I BMITIl Agents Hartford Ky KENTUCKY BAPTISTS TO HOLD MEETING- s Arrangements Made For Annual Electing of Association At Cynthiana The General Association of the Baptist Church of Kentuck will hold Its annual meeting at Cynth lana on November H 17 and 18- 1hllJ to expected to be the largest and most successful gathering In history of time church ot Ientuck Wdth toAte reports this year will show the largest growth and the largest numb of churches hunt for many yens Time Baptist church in Ientucky had at last reports n membership 226263 In Kentucky Each chur Is etltltled to one messenger at tho meeting of the association and on additional member for each acid tiotial 200 In excess ot a membership of 100 In addition to this ea eof time district associations Is eat tied to one messenger for every GOO members There are seventysoven- assoclntlons In the State Taylorsvllletfof the association and L till1 Is clerk Every Daptlst ladIJIII boo taken at the conference that legally binding on any church b landing to It The association will hear repor ot home mission work In time Sout foreign mission work throughout the world and or colleges In Kentucky Baptist Church The pastor is In a meettilg wit Pleasant Grove church this week Services next Sunday Sunday School session at 945 oclock Dr E W Ford Supt Morning worship at 11 oclock Preaching by the pastor Event Ig worship at 7 oclock theme of ser mon It Is Flnshedthe last at the series on the Cross D Y P U meeting In the Daraca room at C oclocl rho public cordially Invited to all these services J W BRUNER Pastor I A Hustle is UCwnIle Mr R J Flgg who la local agent of the Citizens National Life Insurance Co Is certainly a hustler In Ills nee ot business The Company o ogeentIts doing the most business In II single month as an incentive to effort For the month or September Mr Flgg was awarded n 10 fountain and lie has been notified that lie won the 1IiO gold watch gluon by Company for time lest work or Its agents for the month ot August M r Flgg le n genial gentleman at splendid talents and well deserves time rewards that are coming to him ror excellent work lIe feels confider ot the October prize Hartford College Notes Many remember clearly the tIme when Rio principal requirement ror successful teChIJr was flat he should Iceep order In the school lie might not know aU about Reading rutlng mild Rtthmetle hu mlght not ha ab to get n 3rd chums certificate cccold presjelltwas not n factor of iris qualification coutparod with the fact that he WI1 S able to control the big Johns an the frying size Sums Things layo changed since the day of the Old iat- hall the Simona and the luUa Au for Tarbuekets Even In Old Ken tuck the much abused common w alth oil account ot her bocaUall- baclnvardncss In her uducational march no teacher Is permitted to control It public school that can dot talc some test aside rein brain sin Irish muscle arm his tltnlllS unllIre llalJdness to teach what Is requh edOn Monday Oct 17 Bro Elgin 1eus owe of his best speeches which was enjoyed very much On Wednclay Oct 19 Prof IltI1I1fel amid hIs nagnl- ficunt boys and girls entertained w3 enjoyably Many reoltaLons war prelented by the boys ltnNl girls o Prof IIodricks doparUnenL I slat I vtnture to mention a dew ot the cx- cellent places brought to us on that morning Gentleman Hun 1Ie and Mary Hired Glrlc Mrs Ta Uarl1laro Mrs H E Drown Mrs D Carson and lies 3fcEIIrry greet ed us with their presence Mrs Me leery said she had not boon In the College Building since her cdldro n attended the school On Monday man Ing Oct 24th Bro Uruller campus to whir n wzast beneficial nisage ills subJlctt Why getl an Educa ion he dlylded his sdhoct into lYE t divisions 1st In self dufattse 2nd For l61t enjoyment 3rd self usefulI Dcss 4thT ho silo to get out of dnesdayI III e 1 1 rlWHA11 Store offers you the best advantages in you every dl necessities Or do ofyou buy from Tom Dick or Marry just because his store is most convCnient or hccawc he is n Hear reI Ientive or n close friend rYOU owe it to yourself and family to see to it you get time best results from time espcu diture of your earnings F you are not a customer of this store and havent Isinvcstigated the merits of it as a servant of the people you are in debt to yourself and family UAZ YOURSELF by visiting this store themeIall Investigate our method of busincss Take in LINEhSTOP AND THINK How L mau could build up an iustitution like this lhif lie didnt do it a little better than anybody else For Your own Pry= teetion be a Cus= tome of this Store E Barnes Brol I311 Ilt lllll11NTICK 0 as teem4 edified lIy the splendid cIntiflc speech delivered to us by Ur Pnllt ton The synopsis of his sp ech was by nmkJng protUplasnt the Balls or Inall liferDifficulty in giving I true deClnltlmt to HftHuxlcs tfdJnltlon Iehall Uw greatest rollowingHuw Pro toplmuu feeds How Protoplasm increases Properties ot Plo oplasm performs all the functions ot OrKIInl7 ed lIfOur boclles art mode up or fro toimlasmim In toto- Ur Pendleton rxprtSsed himself as being pleased with th 1l1al11lCr In which the school Is conducted and that he was ready to do all In his power Ur malu Hartford ollege one of fire bust schools In Kentucky Dr Pundleton illustrated his spcodr by a chart 1Y- eshall wekome the Doctor any fiats ht miury choose to visit us l011o teAChers hope we are doing our 1Ilut we invite lJltlons to visit us whenever they feel like It Yours for the School Administrators Noticed All persons kuowhtg hmslvtR Indebted to the late A i Iicowu will IIcall at my office In IhuUolll on or before Jan Itlt HIli and nnalce eet tlulllun1 fund rve cot and all per lsons havlug duJma against maid do rodent will prosent them to me prop only proven on or before sold late or they will bl foroI barrtd This 1Nov 3 1910 JOHN H 11ILSO Admr A N nHOWN deceas e- ely BALD KIWBINov 2health IstJlls nelghlxr hood Is very good at this writing Mr J II Torronan and family visit cd its son Jesse Torrenoa and taml- J ly ot Mellemy mines last Saturday- f miight amid Sunday Several attended prayer ntexrting ttt this place last Sunday ulght The pound supper gLeu at Rev J Ii Fanbrys last Tuesday night was enQoyal by all prusl1tt Those prescat were Misses Pearl Bentan Minnie Cooper ot Cromwell Martha Sandutur Una Stevens Rhoda Tan mace Harriet Sandefur Dulal1 Leech Ertle such and Mrs Dora rl h- Messrs Demon Stewart Jake Leach Marion Sandefur Leslie Borah Oscar Bomb Jim Flener Norvlllo Latch LlguDenton and T Davis and family According to tho old sayIng theca will bo 25 snows this winter CUI tt snowed on the day the moon was 25 days old- Thert will ho elMs mcotlllgnt this place next Sunday morning Mr T Davis cllsrac boiler ltIlIy come especially the church nltnibera Church meetbtg at hit Pleasant church next second Satnldgy evening at 2 oclock utter church meeting the hqutty will meet In tie school house Mr Luther Leach Is fast completing his storl hurt amid bas n nice lot or goods en Wl all wish hint much succtss in his bushuw- siir T Wmlo Srntto or anni TIlIsdaIWe are glad to know that one tt our populnr young frllllds Mr Thur Ulan Ragland who has bn visltiug- rclwcv4s In Arizona hm returned home No One Lives Alone Mens lives are as thoroughly blend ed with each othct fiS the air they breatheEliot HOST IiitIS A1 InCKiOItrR- ockport Ky iOVHI1 Ill IThoCJlOst Party given by tile Ladles Aid Society ot time Ilnptlet Church on Halloween evening was a success In every respect Flue hall was appropntately decorated for the occasion and those present spent a pleasant evening Everything was sold and tmttal quite anlee amount The Aid III + vell pleased and desires to thank the citizens for thou at tendance and time interest shown GHOST Reliability For reliable Vatehes C l o c ks Silverware Cut Glass nndall kinds of reliable Jewelry bought of the most reliable whole sale houses also re liable Jewelry a n d watch repairing go to the largest and most reliable jewelry store that Ohio county has ever known J B TAPPAN The Reliable Jeweler and Optician s T TTTT 7 ry r- Y HIS GOOD FORTUNE When He Hadto Work He Started y Dainty Rolling Mill I was just entering upon my thIrty fourth year when owing to the failure ot my wlfcs father I found myself obllJCd to make a living I had often wondered where all the steel mile came from and now I determined to so Into the business ot- tnlwlylng them to railroad companies Having learned through careful inquiry that nearly oil ot them werq made jo rolling mills I persuaded the owner ot n bankrupt Iron foundry to convert it Into a rolling mill Then I went to a good reliable mnchlnery man on the nest block and told him to send me- fIome ot the very best rolling mill machinery that he hod In his store Meanwhllo my noble wife had not been Idle and by the time I was ready to begin operations she hind In 4t red several ot the most brllllnnt wo ml In society to agree to buy all their steel rails ot us Touched by her unseldsll devotion I clasped her in lily arms while the tears coursed- clown my cheeks Then I called on n railroad vresl dent told him that 1 desired to become self supporting and asked him toIbuy some ot my rolls He tolll me deliver a basketful to his place of- buelness every Saturday nightiGreatly elated over my called together n member ot working men whom I found idle on the streets and directed them to make some nice steel rolls without delay and tllko f them around to the klllli railroad pres- Ident I Rejoicing at the prospect ot steady employment the workingmen hastened to obey and the rails that they made under my direction proved FO durable that In n very short time I had all the orders that I could all I attribute much ot my success to the fact that each rail Is delivered to Zhu customer tastefully wrapped In tissue paper fastened With pink ribi bonDellneator DINNER GUESTS i Bad Enough to Be Late but to Be Too Early Is Unforgivable It to an accepted aphorism that ono should never be late ut II duel or a dinner Tardiness 1s unpnrdolllllllt but the converse Is also true If It it an offense to tic late It Is ullforgllIl1leI to be too early This the dinner since duels lire llTllltIi orIthe past Overhuste may ho flattering but It i also Inconsiderate It the dinner is Important enough to he clllled a tUIIC tlou nod the house in which It Is given Is sutliclently largo to he rated as- a mansion the early guest my Ilud n hostess still In her maids halll It instead a cottage and a simpler repast await one the housewife way herself lie putting the last necessary touches 1o the salad In either case the hostex+ feels n warm personal approval sod un ublllty for sell praise it the comllll guest is a little tardy Shoulll the soup be cold or the roast dry tt Is not her halt she was on time Can anything be more harassing than the youdontmlndmec r type 1woman who always comes hall tut Lour early and always wants to help CIIII anybody worship ones household gods turn away the nleki display the gllamlllg side In the prn I Inning presence ot II comparative stranger A despairing hostess said recently Whlll I have Just wen coaling I spend my soul on the cooking when ns women I put lilY extra efforts Into burnishing the house whet Its both I almost kill myself nod when they conlo too early I Want to lie down atud dIe The quality of mercy Is not Htmll- lro It upplles even to giving oues prospective hostess ample leeway fur preparation Failing this Invitations IdeasebeNot It All Private In the trial ot u case recently In one of the IuIIRh courts II witness was asked to repent n eOllwmmtlon that OhJlo1ll1nihuuld uut lie mis vt red because the coUcrilntloll was privnto iu Its IIn lure The judge tllln asked the wit h ess whether tutybody except hmlsllf and husband was preseut Site reo plied hint her tnotber and the 11u- vJtands mother Were wherenlloll till judge reinurked It IIIIIItIi that both motbers In law were present I shall therefore rule that the conversation was public LIghtningA her IItll seated lIy line side ot an old ma Iron who wnll exceedingly deaf la1I111 said she In a high tone did you ever try electricity What did you my miss I asked It you ever tried electricity boryour deafness 011 yes Indeed I did tte only mst snmmer I got struck by lightning but J dont see as It done me a bit ot- cood No Exposure For HIm The member ot the legislature ot Whom some graft stories had been cir nluted was about to build a house exposureIBttpposeNo sir said the tuna It you cant build this house without any ex JIOsure Illct another architect Yonkers Statesman ProspectJlfrJ hiss PlutnplelhYou ask so mo- 1Ir NervecI know it but you doa seem to be getting any swallerBoe on Transcript DEATH BOARDS CurluI Custom That Prevails In Eastern Bavaria In the eastern half ot Bavaria says a writer in the Wide World Magazine on the borders ot Bohemia lies the so otIIsts probably for the reason that the charms of the region BrO little known even In Germany This part of Bava via has been In many ways untouched by clvlllntlon and owing to Its seclu slon from the outer world some very strange customs are still in vogue strongly reminding one of the middle ages ot these strange customs strict lOne by the population is the way In which they keep alive the memory ot their dead by the ereCtion ot what are callea totenbretter or death boards These are wooden planks cut In the shape ot tombstones and roughly painted Sometimes they bear also the Image ot a saint They are erectrooCten In a row ot thirty i and moreon the roadside In fields I and meadows near chapels and ertcl fixes In the village streetsin short everywhere they aro even nailed to houses and barns i They do not mark burial places as perIboard and Is put Into the coffin shortly before the funeral These boards then are the so called death boards and after the funeral they are cut Into a suitable shape and decorated with nn inscription containing the came ot the deceased Ills ago and In most cases some lines ot poetry These short poems which are ot course meant In sober earnest are occasionally very amusing The boards are then stuck somewhere near the road or In the fields where they some times accumulate to rat alarming aura her In the poorer districts these boards are not always cut Into shape and painted but are simply deposited somefI until they molder away IA REAL POISON PERIL Venom of the Most Deadly Creature In This CountryI InIthlstermed a public peril In the wildest sense Proportionately to population more vIctims fall to It yearly In the United Slates than to the dreaded- cobra In ludla Some 12t04 Amerl cans are killed every year by Its bite Three hundred thousand more are made seriously ill from the after effects Unfortunately the virus works I so slowly that alarm Is stilled The victims do not sicken at once The bite Is forgotten but ten dos or two weeks after the subject falls Into aI fever Ills blood Is polsoneel withini him Eventually In extreme cases he becomes delirious succumbs to a stu IIIr and dies Yet because there Is nothing horrIfic to the sensation loving ImallIlItion In the malaria lIearlng mosquito public Inertia or Ignorance tolerates It with n grin and permits It to IHeeel fo city laud country alike throughout the length and breadth ot the nation Compared with It ns u real menace all the cOUllllneel brood ot snakes scorpions centipedes tarantulas and other pet bugaboos ot our childish romautl clsm lire utterly negligible are as fig Ulent to renllty as shadow to sub stance It Is perhaps characteristic of our wryly humorous American temperament that wo should have invested the unimportant danger with all tine shuddering attributes ot horror and have made ot the real peril n Joke to be perenulnlly hailed with laughter In a thousand thoughtless pllntsEve- rool1ys MagazineThe Drummers seldom pray much pay their bills usually hale shams dodge touches have warm hearts quick wits much nerve and more courage but are horn scoffers They hate good mem orles much humor and a fund ot stories fmital only by time They con preach a sermon lead in prayer time n horse race umpire a ball game make n stump speech and have nn opinion upon every known subject from prizefights to tine uebulnr hpothesljjComlI- Ierclnl Travelers Muguzlue FIrmness When my wire makes up her mind said Mr Meelton then Is no use of- arguing with her But every woman changes her opln Ion sometimes Yes And IJenrletta Is particularly resolute when she wilkes up her mind to change her oplulonWashington Star A Healthful Town It this town Is us healthful as you say It Is why do there happen to boso many doctors signs In evidence They are nearly all the signs ot eye doctors The people are so healthy here that they stay up nights enjoying the climate and Injure their eyes Chicago Recordneruld EvIdence of Faith Mrs BrookeHave you any faith In life Insurance Mrs LynneYes In deed Ive realized 100000 from two husbands and they werent very good ones eltberJudge Library- Descriptive Stelln Would you say she was a well dressed woman DellaNoj she looks like a Wall street bear who has cov red In a desperate hurryPuck Manufacturing sorrow is one of ti- nsorrt ot sine THE DRAGONS DACKIONE An Odd Incident of RahlroadConstrue tlon In china When there was undertaken the con structlon of the railway between Kirin and Newchwangthd seaport ot Manchuria It was proposed to make a junction at n place called Lanpien out sldo the city of Mukden For this permission had to be obtained from the Tartar general ot Mukden This tune UOllory at once proceeded to call In his geownncers n species ot soothsayers who gave information concerning the good fortune and III fortune ot sites and were supposed by the Chinese to know what demons and dragons in hnblted the earth under the surface These wise men reported that the dragon whose body encircled the holy city of Mukden lay coiled up In such away that It the railway came through ronplen the Jong nails tlriven Into the ties would pierce his backbone and In all probability set him to raging vlo lently to the great detriment of the people ot Mukden The general consequently refused the application ot the railway people nod i directed theta to carry the rood In straight line from Kirin to 11I chwanl avoiding Malden The env glneers thereupon appealed to the viceroy I showing that as this proposed route would go through a marshy and uninhabited country ft could not be I profitable for their enterprise The viceroy wrote to the general ot- Mukllen highly commending him for his discretion In consulting the gee mnncers but suggesting that these sage persons go over the ground again and seo It they could not find n place where the nails woulll not be likely to strike Into the dragons back Accord Ingly at the command ot the viceroy the general had his geomaneers Indl cote a spot for the Junction nt Lanplen where they thought that alter all the dragons backbone would bsafeN- ew York PressiRICE PAPER ofI Shaved From the Trees In The so called rice FormolaIfrom rIce as Its from the snow white pith ot a small tree belonging to the genus urulla a genus represented In this country by the common sarsnparlllo and the spikenard The tree grows In Foriuo sa and so far as Is known nowhere else The stems are transported to China and there the rico paper ill made It Is used aslele from n lIum- bel ot other purposes by the native artists for water color drawings and sometimes It Is dyed In various colors and trade Into artificial flowers The tools ot the pith worker com hatchetwithblade is about a toot long two Inches broad and nearly bait an Inch thick at the bad and It Is as shnrpns a razor Placing n piece ot the cylindrical pith ou the stone and his left hand on the top the pith worker will roll the pith backward and forward for a nlo requiredIto the pith which he will keep rolling to the left with his left hand until nothing remains to unroll for the pith Inns by the application ot the knife been pared Into n square white sheet ot uniform thickness All that remains to be done is to square tno edgesIt will roll up a sheet ot paper lay It on a table place the left hantl on top and gently unroll It to tile left he will have II good Idea ot how the teat Is nceotnpllshedNew York Her aid Sawse Sawoe Here Is the old Klug Richard n way ot nlllking sausage Pygs In sawse snwge or pigs with sage sauce Take pyggs yskaldld scalded and quarter them and sketh them In water and snit toke them and let them kele cool take paesel parsley all wgo sage und Jrnelo It with bredo and yolkes ot nyrou eggs hanle- ysode bolded temper It wltb villegar- SQIIIlwllllt thlrI and lay the pyggs 1n n vessel and sewo onuward the sauce over them and serve It forth JoleJ- lYWI Is pretty good Slze or number seems ot no cunsequenceNew York Press A Herd One Pother Well what is It It says here A man Is kuowp by the company Je keeps is that so father Yes yes yes Well father It n good man keeps company with a bad titan Is the good man bad because he keeps company with the bad man and is tile bad mOil good because ho keeps company with the good titanLondon Punch why H Wept Spartan MotherWhuts the mutter What are you crying fur Stung Hero who has been taught never to cry for bodily plllnOI1 iIve sat down ou a bee nndIw afraid I must have hurt ItlLondon Punch NeedForAIArm She asked me what thought ot youIndeed Yes Out dont get frightened 1- dldnt tell berLlpplncolts No Friend of His is Dirs GlluRslpn trle1ido yot1rs 1OIIbes n trletlll ot my wifes- Isnt that the saute thing Nut utall She feels very sorry for wifePittsburg Poet Hari Indeed Duriaga eoclo1functfonin Wasbdag ton wheo one of the guteta was ai Young man In Uncle Samconsulars- ervice In tho east the Zonveraatdo- nchancedto touch ntJe choapneE of human life In China Ono young woman was horrified to learn from the consutbr officer that a Chinese condemned to death may always find a substitute to die to his place How awtul exclaimed the tenderhearted young woman Do you know unIsubstitute In that horrlblt wayNovember Llpplncotts Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement witi the publishers or the Inland Farmer ot Louisville whereby we are enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper one year for 150 The Inland Farmer Iii a weekly Jour nal and ono ot the best farm papers published In the United states Our readers should take advantago or this offer tf- f A 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October Other County OfflevnCS 1I0Jdley Surveyor FordvUle Ky 11 F D No 2 Bernard Felix Aaaessor Hart ford Ky R F D No2 Henry Leach Supertntendent Hartford Dr A B- Rkey Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS B S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday after 3rd Monday In June Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December O E Scott Cromwell Wednesday site 3rd Monday In March Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December John II Miles JtocJtport Friday after 3rd Monday In March Friday after 3rd Monday In Jtne Friday after 3rd Monday In September Friday after 3rd Monday in December J C Jackson tntertown Saturday After 3rd Monday is March Saturday Ilt- ler 3rd Monday In June Saturday after 3rd Monday In September SAturday at ter 3rd Monday In December after2nd2nd Monday In May Tuesday after 3rd 2ndMondayThomas Sanders Dundee Wednesday after the second Motday In February MayWednesday Novemberafter2ndafter3rd2nd Monday In November 2ndMonday Mondayday In November HARTFORD POLICE COURT LlkensCltyAttorneyconvenes second 1Ionuay In each month MayorRurer Members of Council T 11 Bar nard W J Bean W M Fair Pen TaYlor W E Ellis E P Moore chairmanWC M Crowe and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES Iii E Church SouthServices monrlng and evenIng every fIrst and third Sun day In each month Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednes day evenIng Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServIces every Sunday mornIng and evenIng Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evenIng Rev J W Brunor pastor fourthSunday ClayFordC P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 1t a m and 7 p m Sunday Scholl 95 Hey T C Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No tmi F A M meets first and third Monday night In each month V E Ellis W M C SecretaryKeystone No 110 11 A M meets every thIrd Saturday night In each month It Holbrook I1igh Priest SeerolaryHartford 84 O E S eveningWillie Smith Secretary ofPythiasS A Anderson C C J G Keown- K of It S Hartford Tent No 99 K 0 T M meets every first and third Thursday PlSunshine HIve No 42 L O T M nightInLadyRecordCarpenters and JoIners local No 1881 monthNoahTreas Acme LOdge No 339 I O O F meets second and fourth Friday night in GrandDOhio TrIbe No 188 Imp Order Reel Wednesday ofRecordsPreston Morton Post No 4 O A n befortheRogersAdJtA S of E National Officers C 0 Drayton Pres Greenville ill UreenIyrrelllndlanapoilsStatu Officers J C Cantrell Pres Georgetown Iy hartfordCalhounKyOlio DamKyCD Ford Treas Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry Leach Chairman lIartfordKY DNo52 J A Dellamy Whltesvllle Ky 3 F D llJaughn Hartford Ky4 T W McQuady Balzetown Ky M1neaKyO 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE N i 1 Xt- ifA T DCMA OPYRIBIn s 5 ti dnmlptlnnmayealeklr PeteaaIryoirIpeclalaotlc JlltttriCaMA elr MU atC1 16i16WTQik010 OD o i j it l D Mtfzo 5 II 9V ftEARNETT I ATTORNEYAT LAW HAITFORD KY will prcUce their profeelon In allthanycourts of Ohio and adjoining cot P tie and CoUrt of Appeals SpJattendon given to all busine awte4 to their care Collections azu the Prao thee of CrimInal and Real Estate Late Specialties Office in Republican build lug FRANK L FEL- IXAttorneyatLaw k f HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Obta and adjolnlngcountIe and is the Court r of Appeals Criminal practice and CoJoo 4- e 7aidYANCYLMOSLEY f ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KYrWill practice his profession is all thew bandtart Public Office over First NaUonal4 fBank JOBN B WILSON CRAS M CROWS WILSON CROWS 1 LAWYERS HARTFORD KY h- Will praot4oe their profession In an t the courts of Ohio and adjoining coua ties and fn the Court or Appeals f Special attention givers to criminal q practice and to coUoottOlll8 Office on x MaIn St opposite COurt House r and TRADE MAg U PrOmptlrobtatnd Sa PATENTSTHATrpeneeand etpyoutosuccess Sand model photo or sketch for REE report t BURPASSINGDock on lroet bee lalena writs to t- t3O3 BOtS Seventh StreetWASHINOTON D C 1 e t r- KILLTHE COUCHA- ND t CURE THE LUNGS f WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR CoVOLS sTtNI 0AlieAND ALL THROAT AND LUNDTROUBLES GUARANTEED SATIBFACTO OR MONE7f BEPUNDEDSg- nocURED AND tIoudDlO I orerprrt ec cLndtreerrporr lice adice how to obtain ptu tr d fJlfC- OIrlbtsctcIN ALL COUNTRIES l1uslut direr wild na hIngtos cares tier orbs t1 faker ErcluslvelyWrite Jj j 523 Math 1WASHINGTON tJ fi I t- FAIRBANKSMORSE l i r Gasoline Engines Pumps water grinds feed shells corn c Worlte every day at a small cost to operate All sizes for ali purposes Send for cat lgUe 802 Address e = FAIRBANKSMO p- Louisyile Kyttteee- f t i i4 t 1 4 T MILITARYFORMSI The Why land Wherefore of Many Army Customs HAND AND SWORD SALUTES The Origin or the Form Goes Back to the Time of the Borpias and the latter to the Knights of the Cru aaduFuneral Volley and Taps wily does a soldier when saluting a superior raise hie hand to his head covering 1 The beginning dates back i to the tlmo of the Borpias If not to an earlier date In those days assassina tlon was In vogue and In order that nn inferior might not hays a superior at advantage the Interior was compelled when cowing Into his superiors presence to raise his right hand palm to the front to show that no dagger WAS concealed there From this old custom our hand salute has come down The salute with the sword was not done that way In the beginning with out anT reason When knights of the crusades received their orders It was the custom for them to call upon God 3 to witness their assumption ot the orders given To do this the sword was raised to the front so that the hilt reached tile lips when the cross formed by the hilt and blade could be kissed and an oath registered to carry out the orders falthtully The drop ping ot the sword point to the front indicates submission Why In the funeral cortege ot Ii mounted 1cer or soldier Is the horse saddled and equipped with the boots ot the late rider placed heels to the front In the stirrups led to the place ot burial To show by reversal of the boots the owners march has ended We must go back to the days of the Romans for the reason why In the service three volleys are fired over the open grave of a comrade Among the Romans the burial consisted of the I throwing of earth three times on the coffin Three times was the dell man called by nome whIch ended the cere mony and as the friends and relatives departed each salll Yale three times So as a farewell to our dead comrades we fire three volleys over the grave Then the service called taps Is sounded thIs closIng the ceremony Why should the call taps ho sounded- in preference to any other Because taps Is the call for lights out and the lights ot life are out In the cow rade who has JoIned the silent bivouac of the dead This ending of a service funeral dates back to the l early forties but did not become a J1llxcl1 custom till late In the clvll war There was a reason for causing all witnesses before a military court to remove the glove from the rIght hand before takIng the oath The raising ot the hands and eyes toward heaven when taking an oath Is ot great all tlqult When the DIble was printed ttho bare hand was laid on the book which was afterward kissed Hut the Bible was not always at hlllli when needed So the custom ot raising the right hand and uncovering the head has grown into general lIractlce Iii olden days the crIminal was branllll- fn the palm of the right baud and for this reason the custom of requiring the removal ot the glove carne Into vogue In order that the hand might be inspected The colored silk sash long worn by officers of our army which for many years has ceased to form part ot the uniform except for general otilcers was not adopted simply because It looked pretty It was orIgInally In tended that thIs sash which was very strong woven ot silk and could be stretched out to over a yard it width should bo used as a hammock In whIch wounded otfcers could bo carried ort the battlefield And likewise the guady colored horsehair plume that flowed from the helmet was not placed there because It looked so well The origInal hair plume hung down on the shoulders of the wearer and It was intended that It should he a safeguard against a saber cut aimed at the back of the neck for the long thick hair woulll turn the blow and save decapitation or an ugly wound Today the lIttle hall tuft seen on the headdress ot mounted soldiers Is the result There Is a reason why the flag at half stair as an Indication of sorrow must flwuys be hoisted to the top of the staff before being lowered TIle flag Is saluted when raised and lowered only when It Is at the peak of the staff So when It Is neeesasry to display It at half mast It must be raised to the top before being finally lowered for at this time the gun fires Its salute and either the band or the trumpeters are sounding approprIate music or call- TwentyoOnegttns the number fired In the International salute were not selected at random The number was chosen by our government because It was the number long used by the Brit Ish for tlelrlnternntlonal salute Why the British used twentyone suns was no doubt due to an early custom which had fora warship salute seven guns A tort was allowed to ire three times as many gums as a warship because In those daalt was dificult to keep powder In good condition at sea It couldbe kePt In good condItion on land and consequently the shore battery wae- allowe4a larger number or twentyone- When the time arrived that better r w made and It could be car detflIQrationtheWarship her of uuthe shore battery the trreetysaeof today are the result lot iB Atkinson U lt A la hlcage RetthUerald S I IAN ALL AROUND ORDEAL When Papa Was Gettlno Ready to Attend a Banquet Papa was going to a banquet It was unusual for hIm to attend b n quetsao unusual In tact that the chlldrcn had boasted ot tt for a week to all who would hear Now It was the nIght ot the banquet and pupa was getting ready and the once qulet and orderly house was much upset Run on out slid mamma and dont bother your father while hes dress Ing Papa was shaving and At the sane time committing a speech to memory in case ho should be called upon for somethIng Impromptu The tiny trickles of blood down hIs chin showed where the speech was getting the better part of his atten- tlpn Ou the bed lay a clean white shirt and across a chair hung papas dress clothes lIe hadnt worn the dress clothes for two years and was considerably stouter now After awhile the children crouch big interestedly at titedoor heard entertaining things Confound the shirt howled papa I know I washed my hands but the neckbands all dirty Mammas voice scotched hIm- Through the keyhole tile children saw papa struggle Into his coat The stiff shirt rose almost to hla ears and n high collar nearly sawed them oil Doggone Itl walled papa The sleeves of this coat are a mile too shortThen his shoes hurt hIm he couldnt get life tie fixed rIght his handker chief was hopelessly massing and finally he stood miserably In the middle of the floor Ills face was red tho yrsplration poured down hIs nose his thin hair stood up and le was about the most uncomfortable looking person the chit I1ren hut ever seen Now then said mamma with a sigh youre fixed You have no idea dear how nice you look Oh yes papa snarled I look nIce I dont thinkt Then he found his hint and u light coat and stalked stiffly and uncomfortably out Tbe children hid- Ing behind the star railing saw him depart Gee salt the little boy when I get big I wont go to any dinners They can bring mine YouU have to said his slater wisely Men always have to go to din ners Hut theydress up funny dont theyGalveston News- ALLIGATORS NESTS They Resemble Haystacks and Are Natural Incubators An allllatolH nest is au interesting thing said Alligator Joe Wild uul gators build their nests on the bank ot- a river or In marshy places They are wade of mud saw grass and leaves and mold They are sort of natural incubators for the eggs which are lold from thlrtylIve to eighty In n nest ut one time are hatched out IIr the steROl whIch comes up through the laud as much alt by the suu Around the nest a pile of giass Is laid some times all high us six feet and from n distance resembles a stack of bay Ihe mother gator has her den nearby She makes It by burrowlllg into II bank of soft mud and sometimes It Iii seventy feet or more Inland The onlyy way to get her out of n den like that is to take a long steep rod and thrust It down the tunnel whlch9 always slanting When the gator feels the prodding she will come out to see what the trouble la It tales alligator eggs two months and six days to hatch When the little ones come out the mother culls them together by u noise which Is something between a luck and a grunt IlId they all scramble down from the nest to her den It It Li on the edge of a river the den is tilled with mInnows As the mother enters the den she swishes her taU around with terrIfic force killing the smallest fish and when they float the little alligators nab them up A mother alligator will sometimes have tour or five dens and she takes her brood from one to another repeat- Ing the swishing process In each one until the young ones have had a full meallIarrlet Quimby In Lesllelf Toms Memory ileforo t went away I told Tom just what I wanted him to do about the house from day to day and to make It doubly sure I talked my orders Into our phonograplirso he coulll play the record each night and so remember And did he then forget I found everything to the house about ruined He said ho lOuldnt bear to play the phonograph In my absence It reminded him so of me and made hIm lonelyBoston Herald Not So Far Wrong have you written all the Invitations to lOy party mamma 1 queried little EvaYes dear answered her mother They are all written and mailed And how soon will the acceptlons and deceptions begin to come In ChIcago News Aslnlill Excptlon Do you think a memory for dates helps a man- Sometimes f replied Farmer Corn tassel But not rhea ho Ia selling spring chlckensWl1sblngtonStar Another elfference I dont see any difference lletween- Pon and a trained nurse except the ml1ormL1ald her sick husbAnd And the Iaryih added thought allyHarpers Bazar Reckless haste is the direct told to nor f Y i4 iy R1ey CLEVER RASCALS Robbers of Naples as Daring as They Are Resourceful SCHEME OF ONE LONE THIEF Masterly Manner In Which This Au dacious Rogue Pilfered a Church Furnishing Shop and Corded Up Its Too ConfidIng Proprietor HIs name was SlgnorDomenlco Doc tor DolchlnetU and he was host In Rome For a scholar with a degree ho enjoyed his meals rather unre straInedly but after the spaghetti and capretto had disappeared he used to slow his pace over the Onocchlo con vino and to straighten hIs back wIpe his mustache and begin his stories NapoU SI sll Naples Bella clt ta beautiful beautiful And what thieves are they In Naples It Is the one city where you cannot lead u don key through the streets There did not seem to be much connection between these and our puzzled looks said so rorche You dare not lead You must take hIm by the tall for when the unsuspecting peasant leads an ass laden with panniers or onions or wood Into Naples before long lie happens to glance back and behold all Is gone produce panniers pack saddle all filched Thereafter he takes the ass- by the tall and steers him through the streets that he may watch constantly rolIt Is all organIzed Some years ago the leader ot the robbers was the captain Everybody knew him When anything was stolen from one ono I went not to the police but to the cap thin There was a little music master came home one day and found hits pl hub gone a whole piano arid no one In the house coulll say how when or where It went The little man was distractedThen took heart and went to the captain and stood before him with his hat lu his hands lie was just a poor musIc teacher Ills piano was all he bud In the world lie Go said the capo tale At 0 this evenIng you have your piano Anil about the time of the service that afternoon a wagon came to the little mans door and four men heaved out n piano which they set In Its accustomed corner then they drove off without a word Poi the music man went again to the captains house and began to thank him und to tumble about In his pockets saying that he did not have much about 20 lire all his savings lire perhaps Whattwentytwo lire I yelled the other I who am rich whom men call the captaln22 lire to ins You poor And Ito kicked him down the stairs But the most remarkable robbery was done not by the band but by a Neapolitan sIngle handed One day there drove up to a church furnishing shop all equipage with two prancing horses and a liveried coach wan and halted before the big win dows full of precious finery A beautifully dressed little signor alighted anti asked to see the proprietor lie sulll he had a cousin who woulll the next day be ordained bishop and lie desired to purchase appropriate gifts First he would see a i rozlel The pro prletor tetcblll a superb crozier of ell ver the crook of It gold wonderfully chased and overwrought with carving llow much asked the well dressed man Five thousand lire signor Good Tie It up and put It In the carriage And let me see also a miter And again he chose tune costll est one frosted with sliver arabesques and beaded with pearls lie sat down to write a check for 8000 lire altogether But no he would see n180 a bishops ring Ilow much was this ono Two thousand lire signor Good And that too went Into the carriage with the miter and crozlcr Finally this princely customer would buy u complete vesture and decided on a figured alb broidered with cloth of gold from shoulder to toot Only he doubted will It fit But stay he saId to the shopwan you are a big man almost as large as my cousin See It the garment will Ot you So the proprietor put It on and stood clothed n magnificence tram cravat to ankle Good Beautiful Only the waist lily cousin happens to ho enormous of girth Suppose you put your arms nt your sides and I shall fix the girdle to Include them That will about equal my cousins waist So he buckled the belt tight about the proprietors wrists and moved back to survey the effect Iloun Bellisslma Most beautiful he cried And now slgnorbuon glomo lie skipped through the door into lila carriage and whirled downtown At that Good day the proprietor lot out one awful yell and bounded Into the street Thief ho screeched He crashed Into astounded people tripped In his golden skirts rolled and could not get JIll again People would not touch kick fug and frothing add tryingtopoint- Thief thle would not even look In the direction of the vanlabing earrlaget Finally the police grabbed him discovered that ho was Insane and a robber and hustled him to prison Poi they let him go pert morniugPhllad- elphla Ledger Not Worthles- sAshleyI always thought that Bees 11ngras leftlllng a worthless life SeymourWaant he 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Howling Green Packet company and Eugene Sprinkles mate ou the boat The petition states that some time luring the mouth of August 1910 he had a largo shipment of stock consisting of cattle hogs and sheep that he put aboard the steamerBowl ing Green which was destined to Kvansvllle Ind that ho went aboard the boat at Mining City in Butler county and registered as a passen ger and was assigned a room that while he was on his way back to the pantry to eat a lunch which had been prepared for him by the porter and while ho was eating same ho was rudely accosted and assaulted by the defendant Sprinkles who also cursed and abused him In the presence of various passengers that Sprinkles also struck him on the knee with a heavy glass and drew a breecbloadlnfc shotgun on him and tried to kill him Parrish says ho was treated In such a way by Sprink les who was acting as the agent of the Packet company as to endanger his peace and safety on tho boat and that he was compelled to leave the boat at Livermore and take the train to Evansville He says that the acts of Sprinkles wore done wrongfully and tortuously and with out cause whatever and that the mental and physical suffering caused by tie Indignities practiced on him t a 4ti nd the humiliation he underwent as damaged him in the sum of 5 00 for which sum he prays judg aenti The base will bo called for rial at the November term of court iSELKOT Nov 2Mr and Mrs J W JBannon of Hartford and Ellli ODannon and wife of Central City visited nt Mr B W Stewarts Mon day night- Mrs M J Keown and daughter zoo of Central City visited friends and relatives hero several days ro entlyMr L E Arbucklo has bought 3ev Birch Shields farm at PInchlco Jonslderatlon 1500 Mrs Edmonds of Green River visit- edi at Mr J J Stewarts Sunday Mr Estll Shields and Miss Dora Daugherty eloped to Gallatiu Tenn last Wednesday night and were mar ried May they have a long and happy life Mr S P Ranney of near this place Is very low at this writing Every Republican should go to the polls next Tuesday and cast his ballot and keep Ohio countys ma Jorlty where it belongs Theres the Rub Died in poverty cried the philosopher scornfully Died In poverty did he an you expect me to sympa thize What Is there In dying in poverty Ive got to live In ItSporting Times Makes Lumbering Unprofitable While there Is an abundance of suIt- able timber in Brazil it Is difficult to find many districts where the trees suitable for lumber are close enough together for profitable work No Use For Them- I watched your sister fixing her hair the other day said Mrs Nagget and I must say shes not the most refuel persuu In the world No replied her busband with a belligerent air You dont approve of herehWell she retorted with a disdain ful sniff youd never see me with my mouth full of hairpins Of course not he snapped What would you want with so many hair pins Catholic Standard and Times Declined to Tarry Here Is one of I It Bensons stories of his early days of trouping lu the English provinces At ono town 1 was playing to poor business The occupants of the gal lery were few and not overeuthusl astlc I was about to make au exit on the line Tarry awhile and anon I will return upon which a voice from the gallery exclaimed Dont trouble to return guvnor Were going and shall not be backlChicago Tribune Up to James An official was describing nt n dinner at Washington nil unfair law Time people under this law he said are very much In the position of n young Washington attache As the at tache was breakfasting the other morn Ing his servant said to him You are out of whisky sir Shall 1 get n bot 1111 Yes I think you might lames the other replied Its your turn Washington Star The Poor Mans Gym Would you mind telling me asked Mrs Bourdalot glancing admiringly at the athletic shoulders of the prospective boarder how you keep lu such splendid physical condition I go through a few gymnastic exer cises every morning confessed the young Ulan Hushing Well Im sorry but we cant board you Ive had the bathroom monopolized that way beforeKansas City Times Queer English Names Among the names In the North Hackney voters lists ure the follow lug Frances Narroway Heaven William Paradise Alfred Smaggers gales Thomas Benjamin Uuiupus Thomas Stlckulorum William Joseph Napier Napper Paris Needlestltcher and Fllzherbert Albert Rugby Lord London Globe Two Different Species Little Willie Say pa what Is u bookworm Ia A bookworm toy son Is either a person who would rather read a book than eat or a worm that would rather eat a book than read Chicago News Every duty we omit obscures som truth we should have known tuba Suskln Nine Points In Law A threeyearold was being made ready for n bath much to her dlscom fort as she heartily disliked soap and water Dont dlt water In my eyes oho said and dont dlt soap in my nose Thinking to quiet her her mother said Never mind Dorothy its my nose anyway Well I dont care replied Dorothy with feeling Its mo thats using it Delineator His Revenge You shouldnt have proposed to me she said gently You might have known Id refuse you I did know be said savagely or I wouldnt have proposed Baltimore American The essence of knowledge Is having tt to apiiij It not having It to confess four Igndrance Confuclui I rt w STOPPING A TRAIN Many Things Combine to Make It an Uncertain Operation THE NUMBER OF CARS COUNT Likewise the Momentum and the Brak- Ing Power and the Temperature of the Rails Freight Trains More Un certain Than Passenger Trains In what distance can a train be brought to a stop Well that de pendssald the grizzled engineer with a hand like a ham and un eye that could see red white and green a mile away down a silvery track That depends son and the more 1 think of It the more I realize how it depends on circumstances In the first place It depends on the number of cars you have on your train The fewer curs you have the quicker you can stop eh Well thats where youre dead wrong The engl steer rested his gnarled fist across his knee us if It were a fifteen pound monkey wrench Yes sir ho re pentad It youve got that Idea youre wrong just like folks are likely to be on railroad mutters which they dont know anything about Now the tact Is that u certain type of engine can be stopped quicker If It hUll a half dozen freight cnn hooked onto It Thats HO because there ore brakes on each of the curs and they nil grind into the wheels when you sling on the emer gency Why wouldnt It stop quicker It you land a dozen ears on Instead otI six Well souuy for the simple son that the weight of the train or rather the momentum overcomes the hRiklng strength of your air and so I youre carried along If you had less than six cars It would he Just the other way you wouldnt have enough i braking power to overcame what I weight you have got Yes sir with every freight train and with every j passenger train there Is n certain number of curs necessary to make the train most effective when It conies toI stopping quickly This Is a very prac I deal question too An engineer will say to himself Well Ive got more cart on today Ill have to put on brakes stationtright nt the 1 once heard au engineer say that an engine with n baggage car and two passenger couches traveling at the rate of thirtylive miles an hour would re quire about 500 feet to stop and traveling nt twentyfive miles an hour would require 400 feet to halt Now he was just guessing or else he had a particular train and particular condl lions In mind stud most likely partic j ulnr times lu mind The fact is you- j caut tell within what distance a train cull he slopped Why take tho same type of engine and the same type of coaches and run them over the same track and apply the brakes lu precisely the same man net mill the two trains will not stop tIn the same distance of track take the same train over the erI same track at different limes run her nt exactly the same speed nod apply the brakes In the very some anti you cant stop In the mllllllerI tance Engineers would like to each station at precisely the same spot that they did the day before Do they ever do It No son they dont because It cant be done The stopping of a train depends on conditions just as 1 said before Engineers who have traveled over a par ticular road for years cant do it Some times the conditions vary to such an extent that the train is run past the station Everybody lots seen that done And then the engineer says things un der his breath and bucks up his train I to let the passengers on and to take on baggage Sonny engineers never know within yards where their trains will stop Freight trains are more uncertain than passengers This Is so because It doesnt matter as much An application of ten pounds of air may produce no braking nt all due to the wear of the system and on the other hand fifteen pounds might put on more brake than the engineer wanted He may throw on a stimuli quantity of nlr mind without expecting It the emergency brakes get Into action ns n result When the brakes are already on the engineer may release theta u little and by so doing release them entirely so that the train leaps forward So you see you cant always tell what the brakes are going to do You wouldnt suppose that the tem perature of time rails would make any difference about brakes would you Its a fact A rule of thumb Is that a train will brake twice ax quickly in this winter as In the summer The wheels stick to the rails when they are cold Tile sclentlf1cfolktell- you that the cohesion is greater And another thing the oil on the rail when It Is warm is more slippery All the steel rods pipes etc on a warm day are expanded and so they have to move through greater distances to be come effective When they lire con tracted by the cold the brakes grip the wheels that much quicker and tighter with the same amount of air that you applied on a warm day You see sonny every road In the country keeps tabs on the temperature three or four times a day nil along Its lines Temperature Is quite nn Important thing In railroading All this goes to show that there Is quite a lot of science In running trains And I sever saw a map yet who bod been In the service BO long that be couldnt learn a heap tthlnJlTbe fellows who think about their business are ilvrayi lea rningNew York Tribune i I THE SPITBALL 4with 0 f r SHOWSlN LONDON Crowds that Gather to Secur Seats In the Pit LONG WAIT FOR TICKETS Line Orderly and Welt Dressed Begins to Form ae Early as 5 oclock In the Afternoon ndln Case of a Popular Play Even Earlier r In the better Ix ndon theaters It costs Jfcj Od to go jnto the pit which relatively speaking is a good sum to for a half dollar In ew York much better than a shilling In London when It comes to purchasing valueThe pit crowd begins to assemble as as 6 oclock In tho afternoon and cases of a great success even earlier that My Brat experience alaoccurred In London one summer two years ago when after vain to buy borrow beg or steal for a popular play writes Adolph Klanber in the Green Book 1 Dually to see it from the pit When I at the theater about 6 oclock Saturday afternoon 1 found there already a long line of men and and women the foremost with glued to the pit door and the line extending far beyond the narrow pas to the street in front of the Now with every desire In the to send my Now York constit some news of this great reign success and not without some cu of tny own I was still far from to cool my heels for the best of three hours until the doors open I turned and found a newsboy at my Ill old your place for you sir he What time II you be back It was then that I discovered for the time this London institution the holder at the door of the pit one the many means by which one otistruggling unemployed or of the paid seeks to add a few shil to his meager frugal Income was no risk Involved The boy quick to note the foreigner Itll be all rolfibt sir he said In cheerful cockney way Is the coming too Me and tne friend II In line and nil youll have to do be to change places with us when come around tonight Only a apiece Its worth It sir notI have to wulLIAt 7 we were court but long before I bad able to disentangle my boy tromI dozen or so others all looking very alike his cheerful tones greeted with Ere you are sir ere you and you and the lady 11 get In tbeIrow If look when 1 the doorIrcprusnloui I muttered aswe Into the Interstices left by departing boys a good half hour waltor more But after all I found the waiting from tedious- Hawke of fruit and chocolate paslI alongthe line finding ready buyers the waiting patrons of the pit every few minutes some new faker out of work would along to entertain the crowd tumbling dancing singing or ImlIFirst a Juggler appeared andIa bobby sent him spinning his plates and balls a contortion took his place spread a ragged car mat and began to turn himself In out while the newsboys and shop going home from work shouted and appreciation ItlIthe bobby ordered him to move but not until a generous shower pennies had fallen on the mat The man to apppar carried a valise which he produced wigs crlm hair and several false noses His consisted of Imitations composers famous he called but Infamous they really were was not encouraged either for the line knew good from bad and to be parted from Its pennies proper value In return The crowd was genial orderly well and when the doors were finally I expected a headlong But there was not the slightest of a scramble a little co- ngestonnatumlly at the narrow en where a smiling good natured remarked quite pleasantly Now then go easy Just the same you went Into church last SundayI you did go Then a short passage up a flight of stairs post a little cubbyhole the tickets are handed out after have duly deposited your twoand Into the theater and ready for the I Of Interest to Women A CONVENIENT TABLE If you would save yourself many In your kitchen put rollers on kitchen table Then you may the table near the sink when you washing dishes into the pantry mixing bread and you want to near the tlourornaarthe cups whanou wlsh to give the a cleaning and need a place which to place their contents Not these but many other little dB will bo found for It and all need do is to put rollers on the you now have IN GLOVES AftD StOqKlNGS Talcum powder has its many uses the least of which Is its place in gloves and stockings Sometimes leather In anow pair ot shoes l the feet toburn painfully 1 I 3 J n l H little talcum or Jrcopodlum dusted IA them sa Id the stockings wlltdano feoyrwoderfullyr and some oven claim mal the shoos lest longer TI I rdurglovesespcsnale Tho majority of us think iihat tho powdar put in amt the glove counter when we purchase thorn Is sufficient but we would save considerable1 BtnI on hem if woputn little powderin- to I them Just before we put tf1mo It tho Lands perspire It to heap the gloves dry When the gloves are taken ort blqw into thpttir sprinkle a bit of powder lain each finger and ley them flat on their backs If such taro of them Is taken you will soon see your gloves bills declining which is an unusual thing p for bills to do- CLEANING RIBBONSrMcBsallne ribbons and those of tef j fota can be washed in gasoline and corwneal mixed if they are but slight ly soiled Velvet may also be clean ed In tho same manner There are settle ribbons that will stand washing In soap and water but It Is best to experimentftrst with a small end Put the ribbon first through a thick suds of white soap Then rinse in several soapy waters and finally in a clear cool water Press out moat of tho molsauro between cloths while still wet if tho ribbon does not become stiff this process will do If it does then dip the ribon In benzine or gaso line several times and rub with a lpiece of flannel Stretch until dry Ribbon belting should be stretch ed on a board or the edge of a sta tionary washstand and scrubbed with a small brush wet in thick white suds Keep the ribbon stretched un til dry Itis difficult to wash gauze ribbons with any success but they may be freshened by using a little gum arable water Notice Tobacco Growers All persons having samples wlll please present them to the Finance Committee on or before Mondrfy the 7th day of NovemberD Chmn OLATON November 2Rev G H Lawrence closed a very successful meeting at Cane Run last Thursday night t Mrs Mollle Rood AuroraIll who has been visiting relatives here and in Owonsboro will dare for her home soonMr George Wilson and family Dy ersburg Tenn have moved to iliolrIfarm near Horso Branch I Oloton people are very Around of their now school house which Is al tmost completed Mrs Diana Miller Horse Branch Is visiting her son Mr Jim HughesY and other relatives near here Mrs C E Daniel and daughter Miss Stlula are visiting In Owens boro this week Mr and Mrs T W Daniel loft Thurs day for Winfleld La to visit their daughter Mrs Lillle Jamison daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam Jamison is very ill at this writing Mrs Jim Goff Is instructing a class here in vocal music Mrs Annie Bean and son Harry Beaver Dam spent Sunday with Mr D Bean and Mrs Lizzie Bean Mr I N Ford has moved his saw mill near White Oak school house Quite a number of he farmers are busy cutting and hauling timber CENTERTOWN- Nov 2Several from here attend ed the singing convention at Beda Sunday Mrs E M Morton is visiting her parents in Utica this week Dr J T Batoor is In Cloverport ton a business trip Mr Sim Lewis of Luttrell Tenn visited Mrs Della Smith Sunday Mr E P Miller has taken chargo of the Boarding cars and has moved to Moorman Miss Laum Rowe visited Miss Flora 1 Taylor of Hartford last week Mr Arley Shown was In town on business Monday Mtssrs Claude and King Tlcheaor made a flying trip to Louisville last week King has returned but Claudo remained In the city Mrs L C Morton visited In Liv ermore 14steek MrO K Rowe Is In Nelson Sta tion this week on business Mr A B Rowe la Improving his dwelling on West Main Street Miss Irene Davis and Miss Rena Tlchejior visited the family of Syl vt ter Shown Saturday and Siinday of Illla NatC Av Reneer has moved his stock of dry goods and groceries to Nelson Station Richard Durham Is improving his residence on Market Street Born to the wife of W Eo Asroby on te22nd a fine gmt Will Edd Is all smites y A RPlummer 4 having a hand soiho residence built qn West Mala st ctft r if ifrJ N Boydftna famllyof Rough A- River havetnoved totown r t Lr s