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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tf tjt rtfer tpublican wFiner Job WorkDEVOTE I TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TIlE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year r VOL XXIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11 910 No 17 4 DEMOCRATIC LANDSLIDE 4 Election Changes House of Representatives Republicans Save Only Two Con gressmen In KentuckyOhio County Goes Democratic I The elections throughout tho coun try last Tuesday showed a veritable landslide In favor of democracy In Now York tho entire Democratic tick et Is elected with a majority of 70 000 for Dlx the Democratic candl 1 date for governor Tho legislature also seams to bo Democratic on joint ballot and will elect a Democratic Senator to succode Senator Depuw Tho House of Representatives will have a safo working majority for the Democrats although the Senate will remain Republican Tho state of Ohio reelects governor Harmon by about 90000 majority and also elects a Domocratlo legislature which will defeat Scmator Dick for reelection Massachusetts elects Foss Domocrat Ic governor but elects the rest of the Ropub lcan State tlckot and a Republican legislature wlUoh will re oloct Senator Lodge New Jersey elects Wilson Democrat candidate for govornor by a small majority Comm necticut also gives a small democratic majority Indiana elects the State 1tJckct Republican the legislature seems to be Democratic on joint bal lot which will defeat senator A J Baverldgo for reelection Tho Demo L crats also made larg gains In Illi atria and carried tho city of Chicago by a largo majority All of the west ern states wore carried by the Republicans with tho cxceirtion of Ore iT gon Nebraska elects a Republican governor which Is a galiv for theI Republicans as Is also the state ofI Minnesota which elated n Republi can governor by about 50000 majority the first one which It has had for a number of years Michigan gives a majority of 90000 for Republicans pail elects the entire state delega tion to Gongroas Missouri Hocnia toI havo gone Republican again electing tho state ticket The city of St LouI Is gave a Republican majority of 30000 Tennessee defeats Bob Taylor and elects Hooper Republican for govrI nor by about 18000 majority In Kentucky the Domocrats hnvp olcckd nine congressmen and the RupubU cans two The Democrats elected allI four of the Judges of the Court ofc Appeals in tho districts where elec tions wow hold this year Settles majority over Doan In this district IB about 4000A vary light vote was polled all over the state with the exception of Louisville twhwe a hard fight had boon mado and where Minor the Democratic candidate for Judge t of the Court of Appeals was elected Vv by a rattier slender margin Shorluy the Democratic candidate for Con about 3000 ma gross was elected by jority Ben Johnson the Democratic nominee for Congress In this tho Fourth District lugs something like 6000 majority having carried every IScouuty In the district The new der legation in CongreBs and members of the Court of Appeals will stand as followsFirst District Olllo M James of Marlon Second DistrktA O Stanley of HendersonThird R Y Thomas Jr of Central City Fourth DistrictBen Johnson of Bardstown FUthblstilclDwagerShooleyLoulsvUle of Sixth District A B Rouse of Burlington i r f Seventh DistrictCampbell Can 1 t tUofBcotteoUntyqEighth Helm of Stanford t Ninth District N Jt Fields of Gryason I i Tenth District John W Llongloy of Prostonburg Elev nthDIstr1clCalqbPowors of BarbourvUle jTbo Democrats ejected four Judg es of the Court bf ApP s sad the Appellate Court wUl e alabe Made of and one Repub up asitbsttonrooottatauted copN ty was reelected hi the First dis trict without opposition In the Second district Judge W K Settle of Warren county has beon elected by a majority of 37f4 over J Allen Darns of Davicss county the Republican candidate In the Fifth illatrict which IB composed of Loulsvillo and Jefferson county Judge Shackclford Miller de teats Robert Worth Bingham the RopuhllcanFuelo candidate by a majority of 1272 Judge John M Lnsslng Is reelected In the Sixth district by a safe ma jority Incompltoo returns Indicate that Judge Lasslng will have a ma jority of approximately 3000 over J G Tomlln of Boone county tlic Republican nominee The result in Ohio county was sur prising to both sides showing n majority for Johnson and Setttlo of about 160 Only a little over half the voto was polled The Socialist candidate Mr Austin receiving a little over 301 Tho Board cllElootion Commissioners will not meet until to day hence wo are unable to give a table of tho vote In tho county by products but will do so next Week Odd Fellows Meeting- The local lodge of Odd Fellows will i give a supper this evening at tho hall All members of Acmo Lodge and visiting Odd Follows are urged to bo presen- tJACKSON l JAILER SHOT DOWN ON STREET Jake Noble Borrows Pistol from Officials Friend Opens Fire and Escapes w t Jackson Ky Nov 99leyTur nor Jailer of Breathltt county was shot and Instantly hAiled on the stroot near the jail last night about oclock by Dad Jake Noble Turner In company with Little Pierce Crawford Marlon Hall and some others was going up the stret whIm they mot Noblowho asked young Crawford to let him sea his pistol Crawford handed his pistol to Noble and Nobler turned and began to firs on Turn r hitting him three times In the body and killing him on the spot Noble at once flod down the street across the bridge Marian Hall shot at him as ho ran without effect Moro than 100 teen at once went in pursuit of Noble but his whereabouts are not known No cause is known for the killing except that It is said that Noble had sonic putty grlisvnneo Turner for treatment ho had re colved while In jail Home time ago Turner was an excellent man and a very efficient officer As usual on the night following doc tlons In this county a large crowd pro ooedod last night to shoot up the town and as a result hundreds and possibly thousands of shots wore fired on the streets boforo tho killing occurred The officers here wore powerless to make any resistance Stockholders Meeting Thu stockholders of the Hartford Tobacco Warehouse held a mooting Saturday morning at 11 oclock for transaction of business The princi pal business for transaction was the doctoring of a dlvldmd of ton por coat and election of now dlrocajs which was as follows Warrjn Llnd ley J R Woller John A Johnson A R Plrtlo and French Vickor- sRenderNewland On Wednesday October 26 Miss Maud Render and rJ W Nqwkmd of Pleasant Hill Ohio were united In marriage In the parlors of thy Wll lard Hotel at Louisville the cere mony being performed by Rev Reese Mrs Newland Is tie daughter of ijrlr1 anal Sirs B JF Render of Mc Heiiry aionof the raostSestlma bio young ladles of that place Mr Newland holds a prominent position as Division Agent of the C H and S Railroad n v immediately nflortJro ooromony Mr and hers Newland left tor Cincin nati They will make their home at PJeasaal Hill Ohio Those present at the ceremony were Miss Mary iRen dor of Paducah sister to the torlde Miss Ella Johnson of McIIoiwy Miss Laura Toll Contertown and Mr Cod Hooker of McHonry The Republican Talon thclrD1Bni friends in liest wishes LOCATE NEW LOCKS NEAR OWENSBORO Engineers Have Decided on a New Site For Lock No 460ne to Be Two Miles Below Newberg and One Below Henderson The United States government is to erect lock and dam No 46 one half mile above Owensboro accord lug to the final selection of sites for tho erection of locks and dams on the Ohio between Louisville and Cairo Illinois The board took this Nenw York last Friday and was madj known by Captain Luther Brown chief engineer of the improvement work which the government Is mak ing In the toulavllla harbor and other parts of the river dn tho Louis ville division at Louisville Tuesday Immediately after his return from Now York Four dams are to ba erected be tween Louisville and Cairo No 43 to bo four miles below Stouhuiidport Ky 1C to be onehalf mile above Owensboro No 47 to bo two nilljs below Nowburg Ind lock No Ito S be ton miles below Henderson The plans mapped out by the board at lIE recent meting are to bo submitted to congress at Is n ct meeting for that bodys ratification or rejection The Owensboro dam clime as a surprise to the Owensboro business interests although they have mind a concerted effort tohuve one located somewhere near that city Tragedy at Mortons Gap What came near being a double killing took place at Merton Gap Sunday noon It seams that tho hind of the Talladoga Construction Co Mr Brooks did not like the cook ing done by the wife of William Williams colored and remonstrated with her with a nick handle AV11 Hams took up the quarrel and Brooks pulled a pistol and shot him six tlmts Williams died before ho was carried to tho depot Williams lit turn slict Brooks one time and lo was carried to Nashville on Cl Sunday afternocn to bu operated on A n i ort from Nashville rocelwd Mon day at noon says there is a slight chance for his recovery Karllngtou Dee- P Prank Ends Fatally- As the result of Ills attempt to frighten a party of possum hunters Rudolph Smith twenty yiare old dlud at Murray Ky from gunshot wounds Carl Dowdy and a boy named Waters went to the farm of John Smith three miles south of Murray Saturday evening about 7 oclock to hunt pos sums They wanted Rudolph Smith to accompany them and Rudolph de termined to give them a scare Ho went Into a briar patch about 100 yards from his home after sen ding word to tho boys that he would Join them tsar there and wlwn they approached he made sounds like the scream of a wildcat The Waters boy ran but Dowdy who is a dead shot stood his ground and eait tho dog into too thicket They came cut with their lair lyrist ling and Dowdy held up his lantern by the gleam of which he said after ward ho taught the glint of Smiths eyes lie kt go with both barrels and Smiths screams of agony indi cated that his aim was deadly Dow dy recognized the human voice and ran to Smihts aid Smith had been In crouching position and the balls ranging downward had perforated his intestines Goes to Leitchfield Mr Arthur Potty who for several years was connected with the mechanical force of The Herald here but rooonily with the Owensboro Mes senger was at home Tuuday on hie way to Lcltchfleld Ky where he has acooptod a position as foreman on tho Gazette at that place Mr Potty is an upright yoUng man and a good printer and htt friends here and elsewhere will be glad tp know that la BO short time he tree made such d rlde4 In his profession MEXICANS INSULT AMERICAN FLAG And People by Demonstra tion of Mob Americans Attacked Openly in tie StreetsThree Places of Business Bombarded I Mexico City Nov 9Through In seller to the American flag und as saults made openly upon American citizens in thj streets the antl American demonstration which began last night with the stoning of time Mexican Hirald offices dovoloiHsd this aftWBoon Into an affair of Inturna tlon1JJmportancI by tho American Ambassador with tho Mexican Dapaitment of Foreign Relations and at the smile time the facts were telegraphed to Waslilng ton and Instructions asked for Tonight the attacks wera lmlw1 Windows In a dozen Atnurlcan l usl iiess plucis wifre seashell All about town sliuttjrs ware hurriedly drawn mid establishments closed Forces of llOlIco appeared in the streets nail kept the crowds moving While the police looked on and s cnilngly made no effort to pr vomit It an American flag floating In front of a candy store In tin burr loess district was torn down this af ternoon by a crowd of several hundred medical utuduntH and others trampled and spat upon anti torn to bits later photographs of the crowd wore taken before tine oflctss of the Dlarco Del Hogar a Mwtlewi unvspa per with many individuals waving bits of the tattered banner The djnioifcst rations today was a continuation of the affair of last night caused by antipathy aroused among the people by fife burning at the stake of Antonio Rodriguez at Reck Springs Texas on the night of November 3 Publication of the vloluiit attacks on Americans by several Mexican papers tended to further Inconse the medical tuduts who were the promoters of last nights demoimtra tlon 131 Dlarco del Ilogar was particularly violent In the expressions of animosity toward the people of time United States characterizing them n giants of the dollar pigmies of cul ture and barbarous whites of the North and asking Whir Is the boasted Yankee civilization Shortly before noon time crowd as sembled before the now Juart mon ument In the Alameda and proc lll ed to tho municipal palace where several of their number who were arrested last night wore being ex amined by the authorities A company of mounted police followed In the wake of this crowd From tin palace tho students marched through Avenlda San Francisco tho lined pal business thoroughfare of the city stopping In front of the candy store where the flag Incident occurred Gathering numbers as It proceeded tho crowd marched to the offices of the Department of Foreign Rela tions sinking demonstrations on tho way against American business places and breaking windows In the Saint Francis hotel Jack Davis an autonio bile repair man had a hand ollllld encounter with a dozen members of tho crowd when they attempted to tear the top from his automobile and enter his establishment He knock ed several of his assailants to the pavement and drove them from his placeAt the hrad of Jaurez avenue around the famous statue of the iron horse speeches wore made denouncing all Americans and a passing streo car conveying school children to tho American school was stoned One child was struck and severely injur ed Windows of the car worn shattered Among others who were assault ed were the son of Ambassador Wil son and Wm Marshall an employe of the national railways The latter was hit on the head with a stone and sustained a severe scalp wound During the progress of Qw students about the city Governor Landary Sscandon of the Federal district sta Chief of Police Felix Dlaz and Form or American Ambassador Jouquln Cas asus followed in automobiles In a speech at the municipal pal ace Governor Lunda addressed words of approval of the students Protest but cautioned them against vlolanco Ambassador Wilson In his note t the Foreign Office described the oc currence as a disgrace to time city and to the Mexican people and sxprea ed surprls3 that Inasmuch us his of nCI had warning In advance of the proposal demonstrations th i Mexi can authorities hind none or having it took no action to prevent tlum Foreign Minister Creel wild to reporters this evening that cvey 1 fort would be mad to Punish thoso guilty of offering Insult ttt Ui a flag Noted Woman Dead After a protracted dimes th wlf of tho late Con Grii Clay Smith former Congressman from Kentucky Governor of MonUiim and Jrohlbl tion nominee for President dk d at Carlisle Ky Wodiusdny night at the home of hr dauglrt T Mrs 1L Fril man lUi of tine Supurirttcdant of Carlisle Indian School Tlio UcinsiKl was a daiiKhtr of Jams K Duke of Kentucky amtc grand niece of Federal Chief Justice Marshall She Is survived by two slaughters Mrs Fri xlnmau and Mrs John L Whlt ladof VlllIamsburp Ky DEATH CLAIMSSENATOR WATKINS Was Champion of County Unit Bill Prominent in Frater nal Circles Sturgis Ky Nov iStat Senator J J Watkins died here Saturday nior Ing ut 10 oclock after tiufforlng fur thtvo weeks whim gastritis and dilation of the heart Senator Watkins Was one of the most prominent mam hers of Uri State S Jiato and IK the tight for the County Unit bill at sev cal sessions of tho Legislature Soiiaor Watkins was also nil au nounced candidate for the Uemoorut t Ic nomination for Supwlntvndent of Public Instruction untl had bean making an active canvass lie had but ivcently retura d from tiw nwt lug of the grand lodge of Odd Fol Icwa at Slielbyvllle where he was clew i Ltd Grand Outer Guard thereby being put In line for Grand Master IK was published of the News Nuinocrat at Sturgis anti wnu InltllNhd in numerous business concerns In tin tuna and county John Jefferson Watkins was a native of Union county Ho had sere xl a previous term In time State Slate for tho Fifth district Union and Hendem son uuperlntundunt of the Stur gis public schools Ho was a member of the SUite Educational Commission Senator Watkins was a prominent Odd Fellow Mason and Pythian Correspondent at McHenry a The Republican has secured the Sir vine of Mr Carroll Smith of McIKnry to act as our correspondent at that place and hu will sand his lottirs very week Any news Items mill be gladly accepted by Mr Smith Hen Is also authorized to accept orders for job printing and subscriptions Your wants at this place will be look ed after in a business manner by this hustling young man- eMarries Indian Girl Apploton Wls Nov 7Jamos W Stronfihoart Muskogee Okla direct descendant of Sitting Bull and Rain intheFace graduate of Harvard Unl versity with the class of 96 and for two years member of the football squad while prosecuting an invtsllga tJen on the Oneida Indian reservation near hero In the capacity of legal re rosontatlve of Ute Interatjalonal India Rights AssOciation last night took as his bride Miss Ltuh Somors daugh tor of the wealthiest Indian at Oneida SLrongh art after whom the prin cipal character in the noted play was written Is assistant counselor for five Indian tribes in Oklahoma and although his social affiliations In his homo city are entirely with tho white ho declares that Indians shQUld not desert tholr race In matrimony He met his brTHe a week before he mar tied her t TAYLOR FAILS TO CARRY TENNESSEE Republicans Given Majority of 18000 Bitter Contest Calls Out Heavy Vote But AntiPatterson Sentiment Prevails NnihvlllM Tiin Nov S Suninurl up tin result of todays lctloii app arswTbj B WHaBic R publi le000 to 15000 majority IleA Enlou Democrat duel KnuUmlst Railroad boo luissloiur by a like majority In tho Legislature Both slds claim the Setan but whore tillS Fuiilonlsts have lost In some districts th1Ia0 gain ed in others Tho same applies to the Democnitsso from present Indi cations thane Is little change In the complexion of alto Legislators Meet of the Middle and blast Ton nosseo Dotnocratlc counties ntarly all of which wont for the independent judicial ticket In August mat return ed to tlie regular column today but by such small majorities that they wore o vrwheli muni by the hetvy Republican vote in Hast Tjimosseor count m- Barring Knox the counties in which are located the larger tithes all went heavily Deinccratlc In the Consrijsslonal races 11 W Austin Republican apiivars to have dv fcated N W Halo Independent Republican Sells Republican defeat C H Lyle In the First 7 D Massey Republican wets fleeted to fill out the unoxplrtnl tIm of W P Bmw nioa In tike othur eight district tho Dem ocmts lmnve won although T W Sims In the Eighth had a hard fight with Murray Republican The vote throughout tho State was remarkable heavy oxwjrt in a few counties Pap Came to Town- Twesda1 a lot of people canuj to had not been here for u lung time mud among them wu IWlItJ glad to soo our friend Pap Foreman It had bivju several months since Pup had boon down from his homo but ho was tho MUle Pap luippy smiling and a good word to everybody he mot He denied that ho come down to vote but we here a aiiivUriiiR idea that the election was one thing that brought him out Poi looks as young us lie did ten years ego and Is as spry and in his heart Just as young Wo wore glad to see him und hope he wont stay away so long next tlni1 w Honeymoon on Foot Somewhere between Plttsburg and Fort Wayne Indaro straggling afoot two young couples on a strange hon eymoon Ono couple Is a full day in advance of the other but noJtlier Is likely to complete the trip anti Will the prize of 150 that awaits Urn win Hers at the end of time journey W B Miller and Miss Florence Patterson and Joseph K Stevenson nail Miss Katherine Ijoach were mar od on Aug 2J nail they decided to live in the same house The question of honeymoon was loft open until both young men could get tholr vacations ut the same time and it was decided that they should go together to Fort Wayne Ind Then came the unique offer F II Hawkins proprietor of the Hawkins hotel in Pitlsburg of fered a prize of = 150 to the couple who would walk the 350 mullets mad arrive first at the destination Little did he think tho offer would bo ac cepted but It was Tho Millers and Lie Stevenson walk ed together until they arrived at Washington Pa when th oStovonsoUs woro left In the rear Soro feet on the part of tho brides will probably cause the race to be called off To Give a Play The Ladles Sowing Circle Div is ion No3 will give a play at the Opera House next Friday nightNo voraber 18 for the benefit ot tha- church The play la entitled The tntoncselylntercettng fit of the Methodist Church Everybody attend 1 OJ MADISONVILLE MAN DIES ON TRAIN w J Martin on Way Home From Hot Springs Everything Was Done to Save Unfortunate Man But He ExIpired in Fortyfive Memphis Toon XO STile tact Rock bland Texas limited lost I willIng raoo agalrrbt death WoJn + day JionJng W1m the train pull td Into the union saUon W J Jlar tin ot Madhoavlile Ky who tory thu mtnutrss WON lad bvtm taken tJddonlr HI was a corpse Mr Diann waa on his way hunie front Hot Springs Ark wlwro by- ad i ban avsJd1nS sevaal weeks Hc- ww apparIUyln good hush whei- iIu i boarded the team but a 30I oclock ho was seized by a sudden at tee of uPilupsy Ills oondltlon lISI DU ed by some of the 1aSeng weir kummont Conductor Grster Aj- stanch was made through tho raIn I for a plhyachn but wIthout tall ire Manila It was plainly to ba- sr i 1In was In a srtous condition and dlar In securing rndical attdnton would morn his dath- The Texas limited Is suppr9d to arrive In MumphLs at j 15 oclock but ws nntrly an hour bhthd time Wurd was suet ahead to xte en gff1 that one of the pass rngera cu In a dying condition and that usury 1 and gJluoo waa valuably Pnssrngrs on the limited will reIr- nerrnber that ride The train danhedi forward all rust this every ounco of Mmm that would b crowded into tile tJnglntt IMkr would Permit Time anti lIlUe again itseemed all If tho e aehee would swerve from the rails I jtQ with n eldar track and a fireman tint worked Uko a madman to keep j the stuam up W the safe y notc- hhu mghumr inarisasod the speed ati- evtrry hus4lblu opirJrtunity Bnldnd him JI1 ono of the coaches a pnup of volunteer nurses wore xnrking over Dir Mantln who was growing wuakor and weaker every mo r ntiFor a thuu the race between the tWn and the grim reaper was nip- aid tuck It was brought that if Dlr j Martin could bolll out long enough to rlJlcb a Mumpbts hospital his life wtntld bit tavnd At one of tlra shortstops for wat4r a mto6agu wasasim to tlllll cityy orI dicIng J1 Collins auto ambulance to arch thu mats But hardly flit n miles out of funJlhlli the oItJlclwn man breathed hit list ills tlmahc wore placed I- ntu ambulance und ccnvoyed to the whrtu tllY are boing hold pending IGNrlrttntl from ralativos In v IvIllo laI1l1 Lion Fondles a Child lw Pithhurg a savage lion fondled the hand that a child thrust into hla cage 1angor to a child Is sonic tlmlt great when least regarded Often it enllpra through Colds Croup and Wtloophll Cough They slay tbous ands that Ir KngH Now Discovery ro Jsl have saved A few doses cur d our baby or a very had case of Croup writes Airs George D Davis M Flat Hock N C Wo always hire It to him when lie talius cold Its a womlerful ulet1lclJlo for babh+i But for CQuiIS Colds LaGrippe- A +dima Ilumamerhbaes Wcak Lungs st+t SfGo Trial IJotlld true Guar asttcd by all druggists m The HickorySupply lkkOlY tlrulHr Is g Ting scarce In the lntted SUtlos and there Is no frttegn supply Ibal stay bo driven UfIJCJ Such is tliu nlUJOUlIlMmont of tT forestry exports of the Dopart- nnnnt of Agriculture IUckory liar nwny usns and hickory timber has always boon In brood demand The dupartnient says It bna Important sDaciil uses for which ro satlsfaewry lIubsltutols known nltlltfl thu fact it is esUul1lAd that Icily 40 per cat of the riterchant- ahle hickory cut oocli year Is wash rd Possibly It 16 not being wlIHtod now to tliu uxwltlt was wasted In the past hut Wlty per cunt of the ilrnuoJ cut is It grout dial of timber thrown away esihwaally when tit trap pnns to be wood that Is got9ingstarcu that Is eve lu active demand that Is a woad par oxeolloacy tor curtain punpuses und It wood of which no for utgn sUllly my be found when thu- Mnorlcau crop Is uxsuustcd This country urtss It hwmentus- ariwunt or hickory ht the course of a younr The AldcuHuml Department btc1lcnlit It wUl uuuutit to WI much as 430000000 fort Tito vehicle In dwrtryrcquirrn about G5 pear dent of tho total annual cut Tliru ly no iV1 Lv known wood that is so good tor the PUgpeaee of the mamufaohhneas or wagons buggtes and farming Implements Hickory is hard and tough and lasting and three are the quail dos that mAke It tJla tUmber that can be found for wagoat nnd bug gy spokes or plow and inm1Jom nt- hardles fcr stnglotroe and for a lbousand and one other things that are tho products ot the manufacturers art The AgrIcultural Department mys that hickory users should ooopJlUto o provent shortage PrlcfJ the dlJ- opartmcnt says aro bound to advance borouro of the high tochufcal value of hlcker couplod with the fast dlminhhing supply T t the supply In Kentucky Is gelng fast is apparent to anyone who Is ot all tamlllnr with forestry conditions ot the last twenty yrors WhQtbor thJ users of hickory can by induced to o0operate as tile Govunmant ex ports suggest is doubtful Prhxps In time they may be oompolld to do so but there is not much vrklonco at ProsoM that thor have any 14- 1tut1oDS of tho sort The butter would bo for ownora of hickory umj pollIcyQUICKS MEDICINE Quickest and best for coughs GUARANTEED Sold by druggists Made by J C Mendenhall Medlcine Coy Evrasdllelof FEELING EFFECTS OF GAR SHORTAGE Owensboro Coal Dealers Having I Difficulty in Filling Their I OrdersII The coal dealers of the city are i altwady Coelln the effect of the shortage which cccasients them carI ble at nie tme during each win dlftlculItymine fill their orders for coal says the Ownsboro Alossenger The ndcss on the L and N rail road art ahI to suply thu demand for coal If they could got till cars I In which to make the shlpml1ts but as there seems to be a car famine throughout the entire central W part of tl country WI limited supply ll of coal cars is In great demand The railroad puoplo explain th slwrtago by snying that fur years I they lutve depended on the coal cars of the Southwestern roads and that t under ordinary CTlcumstaucIs they would have u supply of cars but hat during the striket of the miners throughout the west I mtral- part of t1u country bu foreign cars on the Eastern lines ware flat hold hy tld reads hut wore roturnoo to IH roallll to which they IHlongod and lInt now It is impcxsslbte to have them sent to this StCtIoll or- Lho country as they are being used- in other soeducs- Tiro result Is that n coal famines bring flll in many of thu cities In tits HclJon of ho country and at prenout th3 railroad people hay that tlity tQ no relief l he suIMdy aC- railroad coal un the load mark t it- very limited and many of htr deal era are able only to partally till tho orders they receive They sate however that uhuy hype tu lie able to secure all the coal Wray wart with- In a short time rEcho of Breathiil Feud IJaclon Kyy Nov 8Asbury Sill r cer was convicted lu this llN1tllltt Circuit Court here Friday for the l1l11ul of his nephew Asbury Fu gate and suwnctlll to the lw entlary for life The kltnng cecurre last liana Fugato was klllotl In a general tight last June In which ILU mother was wounded and Spicer was aided by his slxtJeIl yoor old daughter and twolve ywr old son Spdear was one of the chief lieutenants of the late Judge James lIargls leader du oho Brothltt county feud of coven yors ago which culminated In lire nSSlsl nations of James Cockrlhl and Dr U D Cox 9tilcrr tlwcro that lInrgls hall ltlrod hint t1 kill several Breath Itt county men nllll confessed to his part in the deaths of CoekrJll and Cox Following this confwston many attrmip d were mado tna su nato Sp1 cor but IJO cscaIrod each time with slight wounds A RegularTom Boy p was Suslecllmblng troo and fences jumphrg ditches whltUng alway got ting sera c1res cuts sprains bruises bumps burns or scalds But laws Hor mother just applied Bucklens Arnica Salvo and cured her quleic lulls every thing healabluDol1s Ulcers Eczema Old Soros Corns or Piles Try U 25c at aU drug gistsnr GOVERNMENT AFTER ENSUSGROOKS IssuesOrders toProsecnte Western Padders Investigations Ordered in Many Western Cities Administra tion Will Go to Court The Department ot Justice is now perfecting plans to brIng the census pxidders of thu west to jusidcc It such a thing is possible It Is roallz ed however that Jt will bo a very difficult job to swuro convdoJIDns as testimony In such eaa s Is ory hard to get But the atcmpt will be made neverthukss fat+ rIgadons have boon ordered In Tacoma Seattle IId Aberdeen Wulh Portland Ore SItnnoapclls lInn Boise Idaho Fort Smith Ark and a nunbcr of other Vaatern cities that have barn placed on the suspect list Not In any previous Census accord- Ing to Federal officials was there ever dulcBCd such glaring tnstanoes- of fraud as havo marked the count Ing of nOji In the United Stat 3 this year According to the nuhtorl ties tliO padding was continwd to Was tern cities and all emphatic denial Is given to thu sport that the flguras- of some of the big Eastern cities are row tinder scrutiny The crime of census raking is regarded as second cnly in gravity to the abusa of the sanctity of the bal lot Upon tiro core tnOf8 or Wo Lni- ted Status census depends primarily the make up of the House ot HIJI- sentalI The addition of n few thousand nnlll by ultraenthusiastic boomers of a city or astute may re suit In an unfair redistricting of a whole community and the coneenurnt robbing of the neighbor states of their right to their proscribedshare in tht- guvernment of this own country This Is the feature of the case that has so Incorsoo Census Director Durand declares thin lasting geed for a city Is never at talnoo by padding census returns lie mentioned Omaha Neb and St Joseph Mo as two conspicuous ox amities of Injurious results to tire local interests tlllt followed the Ilrcscnta tlon of fraudulent rollo1tts It Is now unver sallr recognized lie said pmt the cmsus uC Omaha In 3590 was enormously padded It showed an aparent pcpualtiun whIch was published as officially correct of HO4i2 When to 1900 n correct enunuratlon was taken It showed a popuiatlon of 102555 and the apparent great derase In population gave Omaha a reputation of being II un prosperous cityCold and QUIC LaOrippe Medicine Guaranteed to cure Coldsand LaGrippe- in 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia In 30 minutes At druggist or by midI J C Mendenhall Medicine Co NvusrllleId Notes for the Farm POUlTIt POINTS The fairs tills season have developed many new breeders who give promise of considerable prominence Amoug time cblcan classes Ithodo Island Rods ltaC taken the lead with now exhibitors They mature early and are irai sisunt layers Whllll hocks are coning to the front because ot their white plumage great laying propensity early maturi- y and fine appearance en tho table BarrEd Rocks are holding their own as the farmers general utility fowls un nil purrosu fowl nothing wears so well as this breed White Orpingtons are considered by nil who know them as the great oat gg producers on the market as well ns oxcalh nt table fowls Tiro shIny black plumage of the LanghanH has many admirers and their friends knew them as great winter layers and they fill a dish on the table lllMI to a turkey Leghorns are always to the front thelrjoombUtoy will rill the egg lxasket Many fine COOlIS of the Vyandoaa- fanrlIk s have bOn shown to great- advantage and ti1eh friends are mmny Few exhibits have made such I fine apsirance ns the rahmas and Coehlna In their size and rich cot orings The fancy little Banps aro- always In evidence and keep hints lively Among the turkeys the massvlo bronze tellow8 are the favomibtsaome young toms weighing forty pounds while t11upullots curried dgwnitro beam at twontyrh o White turkeyI make n tine show ns do the bniwn- or copper colored variety The gCOBOO tho different famllfei sun to be growIng larger and have Per and omor esp tally oho Em elM and Toulooso and the African stBr1d up hlgbea than ever White Pekin ducks can noor bJ boat for the and beauty and feather production Indian Runnor ducks aro Oil ollm- ed tMyaro coming to Ute front 11- 0fa and are such great prOO 1Csr- sat eggs rwhlch are as nice ns those- of the hen for table use Some basal ers claim they will lay mom eggs In a year than will a hen and they are such hardy birds- DIRECTIONS FOR GROWr F ING ALFALFA As alfalfa Is such a valuably crop whorover Jt Is grown successfully and because so many American arroors are having trouble In getting S31l- ltactory yields the following diroc lions for getting a stand ot alfalfa may be helpful to boo Who sac anxious to succood During the past- three years I have examlnd hundreds of fields that looked well the first year but turned yellow early the second year and never gave satisfactory yields It Is easy to grow alfalfa isUk unlversal tosthnony of tho farmers who know haw to grow carefully followed there will be few allures In any ordinary year Manure the ground hsnily wIth a good qallty ot manure Plow In the fall and JC tare scJl is heavy plow deep On the plowed land sow ground ltmttone at the rate of one thous and pounds par acre The same amount of nlrslaked lime or the samc amount of land plaster willi do al most as well Disk the land as early in the spring as you lan do the wcrk well About two weeks later disk again and sow the alfalfa seed at the rate o- ttJnty trounds per acre- At the time of sowing the alfalfa sW Inoculate wu field by sowing soil from ut old alfalfa fluId that you know is thoroughly Inoculated Sow the soil at the rote of fire hundred pounds pat acre Harrow In the seed and ate Inoculating soil at the same time with a peg tooth harrow If the land is very sandy the alfalfa seal may ba sown shallow wIth a drill It Is best to sow alfalfa without a nurse crop There Is no objection however to sowing a half bushel of wheat or oats with It on heavy land providing the grain Is cut early for hay As a rule Jt will be nSSary to clip the alfalfa back two or three Amos the first year ni It must not be allowed to go to eked Do net clll It back late In the fall as It needs quite a growth for winter IIrotoctlo- nJtls not worth while to sow alfalfa on poorly drained soil and J is not worth while to sow It If time soil Is not Inoculated I believe alfalfa can be grown on UW heavieet and also on the liglttist land It the soil is proporly prepared and ol1rlcmJd AI stand of alfalfa should bu good for several years but the yield Li often greatly Increased by top dress lug with well rotted manure It appears to tJo a common lillIcl among those who have studied alfalfa production In the United States that alfalfa can not bo grown successfully for seed In any of the mid dle states but bath last year and this I have seen small patches of alfalfa on tile sandy soils of Mlchrgan and WIsconsin that wore heavily loader wIth seed I would lIke very much to hear from any farmers who are growing alfalfa hay or alfalfa sued sueossfully on sandy landJ C McDowell U S Department of Agnlcul tureINTENSIVE CULTIVATION FOR TIMOTHY HAY How can a timothy meadow bo cl1l- UV3 kvl Not after the seal Is sown It must be done prior to that time Md should be most thoroughly done According to the late George M Clark of lllgganum Collin who suc coodlod In rinsing more hay to the acre than any other tuna In this country the land should be lribnslve- ly cultivated all of tile precious Bummer with plowa discs and harrows Ton the 1st to the 15th or Sepfum her a heavy application of conhplot- ofertilizer as mush as six hundred pounds to the acre should be trade this worked in with dire and harrow and the sued sowed by the hand both sruoothlingod that too much seed could not bc put onn thu land because If it should tall to thick on ono place moture would km out the surplus A hooey stand should ebq obtained and tn tho springthf13 to four hundred pounds of fertilizer should again be lIPl1od and you on them CouRt on a bIg crop of lino hay tlr Clark secured seven tons to the acre In two cuvlngs and his meadows lasted for thirteen years Ho always for ppldhImOur Country cto n FORFLETCHERS yo CASTORIAw NlfiUTRIDERS DOG FAITHFUL Kept Silent Guard While Master Slept When Alarmed Faithful Animal Would Arouse Iris Charge by Shaltiag Coat Uop1dnsvillo Ky ov 9MtltDn Oliver the alleged night rider whose testimony is upocod to be the tea taro of the traIls of Dr D A Amos and others who are under Indictment owns a dog named King that Is a cross between a bulldog and a gray hound and J1OSSI1SS00 marvelous lu- tol1lgenoe aooordtngto the wldk who are guarding OU r- Atter Oliver had Wftifiood before the grand jury hme in March and before ho was tand badly wound ed by a wouldbe assassin one night early In May he slopt in different spots on his farm at night jn order to escape the night riders Bhouldithey come after him This dog would be his only companIon during tJro night and would sleep close by hIs masters side It there was a susplc1cus noL the dog would quietly pull nt Olives cloths or Jn some other way arouso the sleeper Jnsoad of barking or giv- Ing the alarm by making n venue For this he had no spxJal train n lug but ed to Woo It up of his own accord and from a rosllraGoa j 4maWhUo Olwer ley wouncbed ss tho- oresutt of the gunshot rounds In hiss hip this dog was a teminglya ninth distressd as any utomber of the faintly and each day would goo direct to thousoto squat on hahaundies and lay one paw upon the hied his oxprereston indicating plainly bLt sorrow Just a tow days agn the soldiers who are guarding Olives house wore Doing given their angular drill something which Nao dog had watchod- ttum day to day with seeming inter t This time he had ovWentJr dux ddexl what ho wanted to do and us soon tLS the soldiers forniOO in line and shouldered t mir guns and hogan their evotufions Ktng uzed a large stick In his mouth trotted out to one end or the fine and as long ns the drill lasted he followed the sol- dIers In overy movement carrying the stick in hIs mouth all the time and seeming to enjoy the drill very much y Pupils Physically Defective According to the report ofHmJtht- ommlssloner W S Wheeler ot Kansas City Mo 9504 or over half the pupils In tho Kansas City Schools have boon recommended for tret- mcnt because of mental or physiehl 4 defects found Oft tIlls number 1 292 are mentally defieinet and the others are suffering from malnutrI- tion hYPoltrophlod tonsils detectlvo eyes and ICcctlo teeth T TT T M t SEND YOUR BOY TO J tMatheny Batts r t Vanderbilt Training i t School iELKTON = KENTUCKY G tA limited select school Col Y trained teachers Students from more than thirty towns in + Kentucky and from six Southern 1 t states Equipment valued at d5 Iiroundings excellent No saloons Extremely healthful location 3 4 000 spent on improvements this 4summer We take boys from 12 years of age up II carefullytI him while he is young t The nineteenth year of the jschool opens Sept 7+ Write for illustrated Catalogue r 6 Address All Communications to + i t MATHENY BAITS Prix rips4- 44it4 t444 tAT T- 1 Prize Offers from nManutactur iedWhysearch of Patent Office records Our Mr Oreeley was formerly ChargeoftheGREELEY MINTIRE I Df00RPORATItD WASHINGTON 1 II thM J- v ADVERTISEMENT 1S- hoon INVESTMENTr tt Money Spent by Merchants for Publicity a Is Not Thrown Away and is Sur r to be the Life of Any r Business IThere Is nOt a betty invyjtim nt n bushes man than money put into tpubUcttyIn lkilling tine poapb what you havo to offur thorn Tint od Wen so nrovalent among merchants that overybody knows nee ond will trade with mu Jf they want toeis no good in thtJo modorn times To be Euro thoy may know of you but lItey will not knGw at you dLavo for sale Then tine qutanUOR nn urally arises whuo am I going to got the- btst turn from my money spent lu advertising Thrto Me many ways but you should rind which 1s the kd for your Ihie of busbaaes I tko the position that the newspaper Is tho bi6t medium to reach pros pectivo purchasers nod tile buying pub 1lie In sendal But now Dome nchant will say thntt they dont 4LbelhlYo that tjCu Is anything In J 1J- tJg an al1 In the local papn Some merchants novor gut any returns runt their nUWBpapor advertising simply because they do nut unK tftmd how to apply tt In some U wns the merchants seen to think that honey siiatt With tjho newspaper mm Is just a donation and o not figure that It oosts somu5hhg to run the paper This is generally the kind of man cant make hIs advortls lag py In the nowepalaor any whore olaoHo imagines be is just giving his monty away and that Is all thorn Is to it But tko It on the other hand Mr Joan tho clohtlcr across the ttrout atvoltiees aU the time told makes it pay Why does he Be- cause+ ho puts thought into his ad vErtihIng Ho Is not afraid to In not In a mHo space with his towe- lpaper no tells his customers that he Is having a cut price sale and r they come to his store and find tlutt It is true They have confklonck- In him nod he knows It Ho runs his ads In the local paper all the you around Etch week telling thorn what he has b offer or maybe just a friendly talk r Some mruchanh think that ndver Using space Is only valuable when tticy are having a special sale but this is a mUltako Pooplo gdJ 11 the habit of rtdbig your ads from week to wcok Md they look for them the first thing when they get their papers Biro I wish to say here thAt advertising of any kind will not In the long run pay the nier chant who does not live up to his taowments Hg must have a hlgitl mate bualnesti nod conduct It upon t buslnESB prlncllrICIS to make ibis nd- vertising profitable Advertising Is the Ufc iif any business whoa l Is done right in foot it Is necessarY to advuriso these modern Wets It you want to stay in business for 1ho merchAnt who does not advertise Is a bad number and a continual loser otblslne18 which lily COni pot tor is gutting There are many men who have mAde their fortune by the right use of advertising ht connection with i their business hi Is true some mor ehants do not know how to use It properly but because of this they should not say that It does nut pay Take the business man who looks upon his advertising as fart ot his eapUtnl he is not afraid to use plenty of It and ho Is selling moro goods and mating as largo II quoit AShis ncnadvirtibing 0onapoUitor- Ho tAles as much care ot his advor Using ns he does his bank Rccount and ho Is the man who does not knock his hOnlo mIler but helps it for he knows that the light kind of idverttising does palBy Froel1 F Flatt City Editor West LIbutty lai Iadeese Cblldren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Where Old Cans Go te Thee raw matuial ta number lit large estabUsbinents in this country t teonsish ot empty fruit tend vaglbftable Nlis roscuedtlOm tho dumps The principal products ot these mttntif- ae1orlarc wllldow sash weights elevator weights and uallaet fOr boats After deliver at the foun DIP day the awls fro pUld tiara a largo Ijon grating jn a plnokezhyk TJie7 s dwlth crudo oil which Is rlbioa tontiroThe process eon auLe g lebe1s locstns the dirtt- i 1 J 1 if t I I have used Sloans Liniment on a fine mare tor splint I and cured her This makes the third horse Iyo cured- Have recommended t to my neigh- borsI or thrush and they Bay It Is fine I find It the best LinIment I ever i used I keep on hand your Sure Colic Cure for myself and neighbors and I can certainly recom mend It for ColicS E SMITH McDonough G- aCured Thrush MR R W PARIsh of Bristol IndRNoswrites I have used lotsof your Liniment for horses and myself It Is the best Liniment In the world cured one of my horses of thrush Her feet were rotten the frogs came out she laid down most of the time I thought she would die but I used the Liniment as directed and she never lies down in the daytime n- owSLOANS LINIMENTshould be in every stable and ap pliedat the first sign of lameness You dont need to rub it penetrates Will kill a spavin curb or splint re duce wind puffs and swollen joints md is a sure and speedyremedy forI fistula sweeney founder and thrushI Price 60c and 100- Aloans book on horses cattle sheep an1 poultry sent free dddress Dr Earl S Sloan Baton Mars U S A and melts the soldier which falls through the grating and Is collect ed cast Into fagots and sold to bt us edagainSome the cans whIch have simply lappet and soldered joints molt apart completely These are sorted out and the sheets srtaightened and boun Into bondlts to bu acid to trunk malt ors for protecting cornurs They nre also bought by button uianufactturers who stump from than the disks used In he clthcovorcd tJUUOlls The machlnmal1e cnns do not coon apart and they are loaded late large carts taken on an elevator to the eharg lug floor and dumped Into tho cupola which Is fid alternately with cans and coke rune cans art so light that some of thttnare carrlcl1 cut at the top of the stack by the force of the blast and a large screen Is arranged to prevent the pieces from falling on the roof ONE HUNDRED MEN MAKING TIES In Edmonson CountyOther New sy Items From Correspon dent at Goff Gott Ky Nov 7Will give your readers a few iteua from Edmonwu County Goff is on the bowler of that groat boundary of Umber known M r1io Boutdlct laud which Is now being worked antI which comprises sevoral thousand aegis About 100 nun are uow engaged In making ties on he tract and comparing future work wLJ1 that of the past OWe years the work will nut beCOWpiuted for 15 years11r lil and Mr Johnson of horse Branch Wore hero rteuntly Air JlUlllil Hall of Olalon and Mr Henry Cotton cl MtGradJ Ohurcl1 Gray oon county wtro Korey rutelday and Wednesday the gut t or roI1UiUI Mrs ClIas Schultz who has been U of rheumatism for five weeks Is bmxovud Airs lIlt hill and ohl1l1ren con tmmylatoa visiting oolatvies at Eliza bothtown and Hodguusville Ky BMt wls11Q1f to the E4ltor and all- Rctubllcatn readera A Valuable Gift To the first fifty subscribers neW or old who pay their subscriptions a year is advance we will give free of charge a yeara subscription Ito the Southern icu1tur1f11i Nashville Tenn Worth GO bents Wo podtUvelY have only 60 sub scrlpUons to this fine aeni1monthy farm paper to dispose of In this way and the first calls will got thorn Doyoulrantone Saln1 coplcsol the SouthernAgri- culturist may be had free of charge- at ourOffjce 1 U i SATIRE ON THE KENTUCKY FEUDS New York Will Never Take Them Seriously Any MoreBuch anans New Play The Cub Now York Nov 8ThQ humid con talus the foUoHng notice of Thompso- Buchanans now play The Cub In Its first prcsenatlon nt the Comely Theatre The CubeIs a farce and satir rolled into one by Mr Tlrompsen Buchanan had Its first performance here In the Coniel1y Theatre Thu author comes from the IJhlgln StAte and Ire holds Kentucky feuds up to ridicule In a manlier soames Ing that the audience sides ache front laughter lie sltowel during tho course of three entertaining acts that twcnJomo sons or Konucky moun- tlans soil wore kllld because of n row over a pig whoso aalun was finally fixed at a dollar and thirty seven cents malting the actual value of each mutt lulled a bit over six eensRhllu the feud Is In Its prhne u cub reporter from the Loulsvl1lo CourierJournal Is cant up to report UIO story He was the only available man In the office at tiro time and among those bloottthhSty ulouutahn ers rho woman In the case was daintily acted by tllss Mllloent was sent because the managing editor said Wo dont want a man to go wo want a dawn tool So Steve Oll1hUll wontand the audience saw him coming astride u mule with an automobile horn on the saddle IIo 9s Mr Douglas Fairbanks and be got his laughs fruit the very first He almost got shot sever al hundred thus and once escapee hanging by less than a quarter of an Inch but Ill was chipper to the endwIlln his paper discharged Ida for faking Of COUlSO he loses his heart Evans while Liss Blanche lateli was a good loll In the role of Il country lassie who talked lit words of one syllable All the rest wore arching for blood They weio a picturesque lot of bandits to nunierons to mention bu all acted well Mr Fairbanks had to t11alo a CII- Itnhl spoeclt containing lino usual thank you If The ub Is not far from Broadway and not sue near Kentucky It ought to thrive us II mirth provoker After sechag It no JolI1 ucly feud can hold up Is head oxI- cept to laugh That at any rate is all last nights audience did CASTORIA I For Infants and Children I The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the Signatureo ofe JokesISome Jokes and Near A NEW AUTHOR The witness loolcd poutliful and apPoarod to bo rather unoolllfol1aJlo too Consequently counsel assured hs mood inutosing manner You Ito cribu yourself as a wrl tar Ito began Yt sir- What kind ot II writera alga er- Xo sir Not nn nutholIPartly sir What do you Ul Ul by partly Im In fathers office sir lIes II nuolioylafder and 1nt the IlllUIOr or all the sharp letters to backward bor rowors If you romainber I sent you ow last wOI sir MAS SPECIALITY Now Johnny said tine tech 1- If your mother taught three baskets of grapes the dealers prIE0 being 25 cents II basket how much would site pay for the ouiUro lot Nobody eouldnt tell answered Jollnni Alas a won ltr when it conies tboat1n UWI1I hucksters down PREPARED Is hI what you would can a first class nuwspaper man 7 I should say so When the end oftheworld scare was at Its height ho had two edltorals wrlttooono to publish if It did crone off the other It tt I1JdntIlOURIULE DREAMS 11rlt Political GrafterDid you over sue Roosevelt Second Political GrafterJlany n Unto First Political GraCterWhere Second Political GInrWltl my sloop THESE mAR FRIENDS Mrs Upson Pardon 111CIUt where did you get the sIgn foryour servants lIv ry Mrs NowgoltOh pur ancestors usoddt Upson0o11 And byjWhOIU i worn they emploYed ONE TILING NEEDFUL Wife rendingAfton their sops II1t t he sent her a legal documlnl giving her control or dower child Husband jWlUl II sighl wish I know whore wo could get a doeumanl- thry would give us control of am- child FAR APART Dr Fenner was the most famousci medical jolters His eenehman was v man named Mlles who hud boon with hIm for many years Mr AIIka was tllA3 ougst ot 12 Sall1 Dr Ftluor one day Mike what n pity yuu uuvet saw your eldest bwtllol I dId sIr of elf said Mlles But you oulrlnt rcpllocl the doe tor Why not sir quoadtvl Miles Bonuse said the doctor there wore always tout Miles botVMl you Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOAL APPLICATIONS as they cannot retch the seat of the disease Catarrh Is a blood or con sUtutlonnl disease anti In order to cure It you must tithe Internal renl0 dies Halls CHtalrh CU1O Is taken Internally and acts directly on ttIw blood and mucous surfaces flails Catarrh Cure is not n quack niedlelue It was prescribed by ono of the best physicians In this country for years and is a regulal proscription It Is composed ot the best tonics known conibhned with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect conubhudiou of the two ingredients Is what produces such wonderful results In curing ut arrh Send for testimonials fled F J CIIENEY S 0 Irops Toledo Ohio Sold by DruggIsts price 75c- Tako halls Family Pills for con tIJatioll THE EARTH IS NOT CROWDED Dr Caccavajo Estimates Are Five Births Every Three Seconds Five billion parsons will b Ilvhi- on UiLs olll trill ill WlO ul JII11 to estinlatcri made by IW Jns lh- Caccumjo ocuslutfug ILilll1 11111 expert llI poi alatioi This will giv an average ot Iii 1IISOIlii to thasgtta- ntne for Uw world while till popula- tiof of Europe today Is 11 prsor to the same area Dt aecavajo 1i Glares this Ilttla eatit Is out crowd ed now and will taut be for c11II11oS to come lie figures that utt UII aver ago there are five birth every 1hr- SIlDUds or nearly ns fast its II per sun CUll count And with tilt pEssUt g of every steEmd solute soul blchII his last In New York city the uvK ago Is ofe bll Ii every four III III lit s one 1llntIl every ewv dl ulIII ow nor rlttgo every 11 mh11t s- DI Caccavajo has fStllll1tlll that in 1J50 Greater New 1orl will leer 19250000 souls living within Us her dens This will give hue city 1 adralld rate or 1000 parsons t1ch u birth rate of nearly 100 Ud 21 hours But the present neratlol need not worry nbou tII hope 01 3010 Nor Is there any reason wIu- thou text two or three IIIaJom should boUllr tieuiselvs Ilbuut Iwhat the people 100 years trout now are going to do with th uuusfives In tact New York state tivltii Its 4p170 spear oiodate ovary lust one of them ant with ease If five billion persons Cllllle to New York state to nnnite thaIi home flu- ixyalhwdlon Irur nero would h0 Iss- ULaIl the iroulaUon let acre an Mtu- tbattan Island today III o her word s New York stae will Its 49170 squar titles would be oto gnat big cty should n1 those IhJOIIIJlhf1 50011 000000 who are to bu worryln and working and laughing ILl HI attll1ll1u to polIties tutu what net In OI- Oslttlo In the United States the nvcr ago density would be about equal to the borough of Quetns today Women Slaves to Ether The uuthoritks of London Englllnl have made the aurling dlswvery that many wonten not only In the capital but In alliartsofGreat Ulltnln drav- Ebecone slaves tothu drinking of eth or Hotels and woulens clubs In the wostorn part of the city especially have given up many scaudals of this kind A Man Wants to Die only when a lazy liver and sluggish bowels cause frightful dusp6ndencs Hut Dr Kings Now Lffe Pills expel poisons from the system brlng hope and courage cure all Liver SUlmach and Kidney troubles 1m Part health and vigor to the weak nervous and nlUng Sac at all drug gistsmrr I For and L Tnt etaraa eoMNat ref I I 4 RIDER and NIdCN1olYN- tide district to and exhibits sample latest Model nRnr umlthtr us Our ls everywhre are making money fan WrrleforuUptr6amnixdrprrwlorraonee allow TEN iLt SFItt1 TBL1Lduring wldchtime OU mOJ rldt Ihe biCde and PUll to any test roe wish IIOU are then not pericctly uitfird r do nut wish u keep the bicycle ship It bock to ua at our nrtnse t N outnr tNt FACTORY PRICES We tami1 nee highest gradebicycles it is 1ouihle to make at one small profit above actual lactury coat 1ou save but at YIIU r our 0 r and JN Ju 1 if torider hen OU recnae our 1 ntaktus Inl ttun any factory We are satisfied wish raw prott abe larlory asst- ru1CvcLE lItItHH you can leU our bicycles under your own name Vtate at double our prices Orders tilled the Jay rtctived- IIYCONV JINl BICYCLES We do not rtularly handle second hand bicycles but USUllly have a number on hand taken In trade by our lhlcalo retail stores 1hete we clear out at price ranging from sa 108M or NlU 1escri tine bargain hits mailed free wheels Imported roper cllItIcnl pCdlll tart repairs and of all kinds at Awjtlie utalrdul price 1150 IIEALING 70A I Tlieregular retail prceoflhrtetiretis bid 1o inlr4urt rot will Irelloaamnrplepairforl OaMceilhordcIrte II NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NUIS Tacks or Olnss will not tat the air nllt Sixty thousand sold last year t Over two hundred thousand pairs now In use DESCRIPTION Made lualtsizest it islivety- andeaayridingeerydurableandllnedinddew ith tW con R speCial quam 01 ruuuer IIICU nccr u Olnes porou and which closes tip small punelurcs without the thIck rubber treafWe have hundreds of leltersfrom oA and sere is l uaordinary tltepuncture r otherby several layers of thin specially prepared fabric on EL t5T1U any and the rider of only 1480 per or ers same ship C 0 n on approval You do riot pay a cent until you have examined and found them sttictly SA represented We will allow a cacti discount of per cent uherel making the price M4rin per wig if yea send FULL CSIl ttITII OUVtit enclose this adverts enteuL You run no rick iii- acndiog us au order as the tires may be returned at OUR expense If for any reason they are not satisfactory on examination 1ve are perfectly reliable andI Rnt to us is so safe a In a I bank you order a pair of these tires you find that they will ride eas fore tuu water wear better last longer look fitter than any lire you have ever used or Seen at any price We know that you will be so well pleated that wbu you want a bicycle you win give ua your order We want you to send us f1 trial order at once hence this remarkable Ure offer kind nl mail you send for a pair of IF YOU WEED ruucmreiroof Urn on approval and trial nt the special introductory price quoted above or write for our lug rice and Sundry Catalogue which all makes and kinds of tires at about butt tile usonl offers we are makIng U only coats apostal tolearn everything vritehNOtY I Jim L ILL L 4 i rrm1 CASTORIA Infants Childrenr The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears theISignatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA WANTEDA AGENT hiptoturneitgentout wadjnlllmnbrtruwecanmakeyouthis COASTERBRAKESshtgle HEDOETIIORN PUNCTUREPROOF SELF TIRES SAMPLE1NTRODUCEONLR 180I allowlietleehIOhealrtoeale INspottceortwiceinawholethemakeFOI1 lttBedvertidngpurpuseswearenrakingas TIRESltedgethorn bicycleDOWOTWAIT MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CIUCAGO BY PURCHASitiG ONE OF OUR FUll BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 5 The regular price is uoo Those who bring or mail usisaw one z5 Hooks and stationery arc included No time limit If not ready uow buy one fur future use BUSINESS COLLEGEIJlQOPOa Tsa Second and Walnut street LOUISVILLE KY i Hartford Republican Entered aordlag to law et the Poetomo- eEarttord xy u man matter of the second- dam L M BARNETT and PoP Idon J NEY FOSTER fCdlo Address all commun1eattons to The Hartford Ropublioan cxSPUOTES =brloan 40- RO1Ch al 1 33 FRIDAY OVEM1JER It The stlck sooUIS to havo lIlt thu strong head Frazzle Seamsto us we have eseetn that word sulllewhunI fennsgek rend Jflswourl new very- grt+ 11 spots On till RtI1llbllca11 neap at preecut tIWith Judge Olfrnrtho Ropublt- cau mndldatu for jOvornor Kentucky wW swing back Into the Itopubllcan column nxt yatr The llijlUblloon fObS t1ontuclt was nut MWIl a v ry big Democratic gate after all Tho only chang 1s ono ItSs Itupubltcun Congrcusnmu- Tboro are no fewer Republicans In Ohio County than we have had for 111 number of years They merely stayed at homo last TUlSllay hut will heI at the polls all right another year when a State ticket It to he Ircted Out of the lelIU al upli1vll last Tue ttayUnclu Joe Cannon who hall boon made the tCRpe goat In the at been made the scape goat in the at tock of the lusurg rent Republicans cone out smiling amt ser n with the largest majority whldl Ire hasI TKClwl In ten years They IIremainedrender or many of her leaders on the tariff question I When the roturntl were buhtg re eelnod In Hartford nut Tuesday night showing the big Democratic victory Republicans mixed and mingled IwlUI their DmoerutJe neighbors In the- best of humor anti In u sense shurloIII with them sympatltictlly for it Ilr- lvlhgc and feeling which UIfY hUll not enjoyed for many years This dtas always btn true among Ohio County UlIIocmts end Republicans No tIvJrit of lofty crowing over their docatetl antagonists has been indulged In II either side for many years After all we are one people ready to submit to hte will of the majority and w make the host of the sltuation even though our ideas do nutt al waya proven The results of the olectton generally last Tuesday created no surprise to the writer xclll tie result In Ohio County which wo thought wonid be- tloee belt would show P smell Itepub Ifcan plurality In the first place tltu Democrats wm well supplied t wldh ttwdtl for t1 WnQrIllonnl aild judicial mots In OhIo County aul succeeded In ttiug out their vote better beetusa of that fact The Ite- publirnns lead no money whatever wit which to day the ligithuatu expenses f the campaign 01 to Jndllc stay ot homo voters to como out Both tnoA WIO rgtardd as a forlorn Janp- efat fm as Republicans were concerned end many cOllHhhIt1 it a waste of dime to make Puy effort Ullt huuco the ennnty went hy tduult AJalll there As wide spr itd disratlsfactlou with tno into ulmllllHtraUon because of tOO tact that it has ssunfngly pii- idral to Democrats in the 1I110 lIt ruent to ninny iullxIUm otfiars flit offices of Ulu various departments nt JoIankforl are uoue of them freo front JJlllocralic orrice holders This Is very dlsheurttnlng to till rank in rile of the RlllIhJlrnlls In uddilioii to this the tendency of the intend lulmlnhilmtlcn to Place Deny cmls In orrlce hots hxni very mark 4 Two Ihl1l t offlctIII that of the ecretnry ot War and Secretary of Trmsmy bring flllell by nien who liave always given the bent of their ta1ont to had In tights against the- MoplItIICau party In their rIIoatlvo- JItat while the Posltion of Attorney hnorat is wo understand fills by a Plan who had ptnlwbly only voted the RePublican ticket once in hts life tinder these conditions It was very natural for Republicans to con elude that It Democrats wore good enough to hoW tltuse posltiolliS Jt was 1JJess to try to prevent them from + bottling governorships and the eon sreseional office and this was nn aargtmment which could not bu rout by those ot us who have tried to rem the tide and keep the old ship Republicanism ntloat AnoJier- areakntna Is the tendency the Itepubl- isaa party in Kentucky has shown in- aoimratins exDentocrata tor all tery office within the gUt of the ConLe 1II8JI of ezcollont stl1ndhig and to 1 P roughly qualtOod yet they nra both known to be men wbn until n yhort portal of Umo lIaIO boon Dcnnoerats and while wo tbo not roprosewt a doe trine which would exclude from Chse places tnen who eoUo to us rom the other silo from honest conviction yet tho matter can bo and bas boon over done to the InduryOf tho Republican artY In this county rnucb dissatisfaction has blC crrotoo over the new way of working raids and thIs no doubt told ognit the party In the ltlCUon to somo oxtent While we bllIco the maw system Is n good one and will eventually turn out all rIght yet the rainy season Interfered wlUI the working to such an extent tllln some of tote roads at least are In bad condItion and or course this was charged Dui to the new sstlm unfaJrly In seine 3nstamiees- by men who IN either unwllllllg to give the system u lair trial or t119J designedly for the purpose of throw ling odium upon the party In pow tr Ve undllstatlll that whnrcthis- system has hUll a fair tttt In some parts of the county that to roads arc la the best condition they have luxtn- i iu for yuara In our opinion all of this will be changed btcfol1O IIlQt11Or- i election and Ohio County trill be found In titer accustoms d place In the Republican column Tlu mationnl victory for till Democrats also In our opinion will bu a barren ono and will rcult In bringing about united front WIlliw11lto dlll with any of the leading issues expeclally the tariff question with anything like a united party 1Y- ehole and trust that they will put their tariff views Into some sort of IloglstaUve onectmont and thus dr- I monslrate to the country what they wuold do if glen coupdete govern mental control If they will only do this wo do not fear the result of IUI editor appal to tho ballot box two years hence wYsox Nov 9Mr and Mrs Crls Ashby or enlortown were the gut et of friends In this community from Friday until Sunday J1iss lIl1nlo Denton spot a tow- clays last week In Hartford the guest of Misses Katie and Iris Elliott A protracted meeting began at the Christian church at UIIII place Monday night conducted by Rev Friend of Dowling Green Mrs J S Dunton and children who has been the gUttt or relatives lull returned to their hone 81 Itoches tor Ky Miss Siary llentml was the gutttof- Mrs Kate Tayler last Thursday night olr and Mrs J e Tonlll of Hart lord and son lr llou of Oklahoma were the guest of oLr and Mrs R H Taylor Friday night and relatives of Tulortown Saturday and Sunday Mr W II Catufluid attcuded the burying of his aunt Mrs Marthn Wll- IIams of Muhhuberg last Monday Senator Bradley Better Dowling Groan Ky Nov 9Tho condition of Smllltor W O Bradley who was brought to the SL Josephs hospital here Saturday tight suffer Ing from acute indigestion Is much improver today and his physlclan Dr fflrtwrlght announces that hI will he out In a low days Senator IiraIley was taken lli on tiu+ boat coming from oorgallwwll 10- Bowllllg Green He had been to the Butler county capital atttmUl1g a- Igtrlseue trod on the way back to this city to take the train was seized WltJl Indigestion Ills eOlldlltoll became so serious that Inrnmellately upon his arrival ho was rushed toO the Iwsilltnl For n tlllllJ It was flllucd that the trouble might prove fatnlbut he rallied and today is ba- Iluvul to ho entirely out of dtwtgor Installing New Plant At Island Ky the inrgs Coal liln known liS thu Sloite the Westing house Electrical Co is instnlling ono of the largest electrical plants that Is In use In any mine In tile State It Is estimated that the Plant alone wlll cost bltwlIIJn OOOO and COOOO It will squire sevoual weeks yet before the contract J8 completed and the entire mint Is to ho wired wIth electric lights I a Mack Aided j O P Buffalo N Y Nov 8Norman E Mack Chairman of the Dtmocmtlc National Conmdtteo today voted the straight Republican ticket Itwas II error but It could Pct hI rectJfiW Subsequently he told of the joke on himself l wanted to lioo hOW Cast I could veto my party ticket on tho yoUng machtno he said It was somewhat lark In the bootii and In my haste J pulled the wrong lever and vottrl the Republican ticket I imniudlately announced to time election Insptrfnr my error and asked Ilermllon to correct the mistake but of courLe the Inspectors would floe permit Ji THANKSfilVINUI I PROCLAMATION PresidentWrites of Vigorous Growth and Bounty I Records of Population and Har vests Are Mentioned Grateful for Peace WasWngton Nov 6Th3 vigorous growth and progress of the country as reflected by tho riecords of ioint- iotion and harvests and the gnvml- conditions of incrnnUonal vcace are things for which ttlanlsgiving is eM- lpoctally due for thu year 1910 neard lug to the nnnuni TI1UlktJglvl11f d1y- proclantntion issued by 1resident Taft today The proclamation is all follows I This Year ot 1910 Is drawing to u close Thu records of ltbpalation and harvests which are the Index or progress show vigorous national growth und time health and prosperous nvull being of our c01llmllnlt1 s throughout this lund and In our ltOIISOSSQIl8 00 yond the seas These bllnga have not descended upon us in restrioed- measuro hut overflow and nbound They aro the blessings and bounty of God We continue to be ut IYnCU with the rest of to world In all ousetuUab matters our relations with oUterpoo pie are harmonious with nn ever growing reality or frlaudllness and dlllth of recognition of mutual dlpnd- ellctr It Is specially 1000 noted tint during the past year great pro greys has been achieved lu the cause of arbitration nud pccvful IIcttJcur nt of International disputes Now therefore I WlIlIun Howard Tart President of thoU United States of America lu accordance with the wise custom of the civil magistrate since the first settlements Ln this land and with the rule established from the foundation or this Govern ment do appoint Thursday Novomber 24 1910 ns u day of national tthauls gIving and prayer enjoining the people UltOn Ulllt day to meet in htelr churches for the praise or Almighty God and to return heartfelt thanks to hllll for all Ills goodness and loving kindness r- In witness thereof I lava lwrou1to set my hand and caused the seal uf the United StntIi to be fixed Done at the city of Washington tills fifth day of XmInbor In the yoar of Our Lord one thousand nine hun tired and tin and of the independencu- of the United StatCS the one hundred md thirtyfifthIILIJAM HOWARU TAFT lly the resident AINEY A AUE Acting Secretary or State Card of Thanks Editors The Itepublican Please al low me spaco III your Palmer to uxpr my thanlts to the good penPle or the No lrctlk neighborhood for their kind nrlSlI In assisting us in caring for our daughter Annie in lur last affliction anti WIJ wleil further to thank those who furnished so mun beautiful flowers to decorate the lLttlo mound where situ wws laid to rest J W I11USON ANl FAMILY CROMWELL Nov 9Arttr the battle Is OVer and the smoke hn elIatt1 away Wu find ourselves beaten In this county by about 150 votes but Cromwell did vary well for all ore year giving II Republican majority of W- Mr S P Taylor or Central City came home to vote Supt I hmry Leach was here yesterday shaking hands wlMI hL many friends Messrs harry Leach Halls sIefur and Sherman Jalor tone rs of this county came home to vote Mr Ah Yelsem Hartford was lu- tCll1 yesterday- Prof S P Mclamcy Rockport spent from Saturday until yesterday evening wIth his family near tills placeMr J W Kalmr of Morgantown was here yesterday Our bustling traveling utenMassr- Deuumbrun s and Vick were to town yesterday Our friend Judge Miller saW this morning I heed felt as good before Judge hasnt had yuclt a chance politically for same time Wu are Braving ttnu weather at present and larmlr are taking ad vantage ot It to gather corn Health In thu tOwn and Vicinity Is very good Mrs Norman Select ts vlslUllg hie r aunt Mrs Cooper thlll week Quite a number of our young folks attended the revival at Prentls last week Mr mad Mrs C rAms gave I a f tho young People quite a mat li1 the way of n candy atuhtng last Sat- turpny evening All repgtted a pleas am time Prayer meeting and Sunday school art progressing nJcoly Mr and Mrs Jobq Floncr and son and daughter vlslttd Mrs Tilfnrd yesterday J S Arbucklo and Emit Martin of Hartford came homo to rare True enough wo lost ttru county and great deal more but lot us mater Icsu heart over one defeat for we surely can stand one If tho Democrats have stood It almost cone Uoocusly for thu past fortyAve years Administrators Notice All persons knowing themselves In dobtod w the late A N Drown will clll at my otftoe In Hartford onor before Jan 1st 1911 and make settlement and rave cog and alt per sons having claims against said decedent will pft nt themea me prop orly proven on or bolero said date or they will be forever barred Tltis Nor 3 1910 JOHN D WILSON Admr A N DROWN deceased 1 Among the Lodges The following from tho Owcawbor- oMoauger will bo of Irorlll to utany Knights of Pythias In Hart rord The HntcrtaJnJ11rOt commlttJ of Star lodge No 19 Knights of Py thins is sending out imxgrams of an ontmaltmnt to be given at Castle- hall next Tuesday evening The invl ttion lR an uuiquoo one asking the knights not to Unger about their ire sides but to journey to the hall and spend u pleasant craning ProC McIlenry Rltoads will be waste of ceremonies and will bu assisted by each member ot Stnr lodge The program tn full is as follows Opening odeBy lodge Address of VUlcolIIlKnlgbt S W Bedford Song= JomimyK of P quartoth- Messrs Huzelrlg Morgan Jackson and lagau SoloSlectud KnIght Charles Smith DuotLffos Green Is Oer rlssos Annie JOn and Mary Armend- tDramaFriendship of Denton and PythlasStar lodge ham Songola5sas In tho Cold Cold GroundK or P Quarttw MOllsr- sHazdrJgg Morton Jackron and Ha gan Refreshments Toasts to the ladlesKnight Goo S Wilson and others Closing ode Master of ectrmhonlosMcHenry Itho1dsIFrlen tIle drama ot Damon and will bo whim time following castITJlo Senate of SymcuseIPhmsUulI prwldollt of the senate Knight George H CoxIIDamon a liberty Knight R L Lpucantc- rDamcclosKnight rIR W Row1m- lAuluKKllight E W Pegram es9blorcusKnight R E WnUam- sLuculllusKnJght Roy Gilbert PtaelusKnight J R Bock PJadluslIIJght J D Haynes XaxUlusKnlght A p Taylor Dlanoyeius commander of army Knight F C Drown Pytltlas soldier friend of Damon Knight JP Ihlttinghiil- Irocles captain of thu guard Knight M H Brashcar Guards heralds executioners etc House and Lot For Sale A now ono and onehall story frame building with fIve rooms mid largo recptteon hall built out of the best selected material Situated on Clay- and Fredrica streets Hartford Ky Lot COx20 feet Fine well of soft water All necessary out buildings Terms reasonable Apply to- DAIINETT s urnI- Jartlold Ky- VICTIM OF dSiAU17Bi 1HATH- Scottsville Ky Nov 7Lem Fisher an aged citizen who lived near tiho river on the Glasgow pike was found by neighbors dying from the effects of a wound upon his head lie expired a few hours later An Inquest was held and the jury returned a verdict that Fisher had lied from a blow upon the head administered by an unknown person The evidence showed It Is said that a hammer which was picked up near the victim was bloody and the face of which fit the Indentation or wound which was made in the back of the victims head Notice hlublic J hereby on this the 2nd day of November act free to do and to act for himself Jesse E Brown who Was bound to me lu JIe 1960 when he was six years old- JAMES Itt SHAVEIH IIU Prgatit Icy T laughs at the farmer anymore NOBODY his clothes look Hes apt to be the best dressed man on the street Theres no doubt about it if he wears our Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes Theyre made in thee right style and they fit correctly and any man who wears them looks well dressed no matter what his business is farmer banker businessman Come in and see the new models H S JM Suits 18 to 30- H s M Overcoats 18 to 25 Your Shoes Underwear Neckwear and Shirt problem can all be satisfactorily solved at this store E P BARNES BROSIL BEAVER DAM KY This Store is the Home of Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes TOOK CARBOLIC ACID AND ENDED HIS LIFE His Brother Hearing Groans Found Body in Dark Corner of Hayloft After purchasing a twoounce bot tle of carbolic acid at the Whites yule drug store Friday morning stating that his mother wanted It Joseph Hamilton went to his home and hiding himself In one of the darkest corners of a hayloft drank the contents of the bottle and died before asslstenco could be rendered him Hamiltons groans were heard by his brother Patrick who had gone to the stable to secure a hay rake and the latter rushed to the house for asslstence but upon his return found that his brother had expired Joseph Hamilton was the son of Abe Hamilton ono of the best known farmers of time WhltesvlUo vicinity and was about twentyone years of age Ills act Is attributed to nn unbalanced mind as lie had been confined In the Western Ken tucky Insane asylum twice and had been at homo only a few months from the last trip No other cause can be given for his action as ho had said nothing to any member of the family about the rash act ho was about to perform He Is survived by his father mother six sisters and two brothers For Sale Good aloe room two story dwelling cIsItemof water good stable and other out buildings bue acre lot of ground A Vplendtd llocation for faintly residence and hotel price and terms reasonable s Apply to BARNETT Ir SMITH Agents liartford KY JUDGES TAXI DECI810K- ON POOLED TOBACCO tIopklnfJVlIle Ky Nov 6In an opinion handed down totday County Judge Knight holds that the Plan tom Protective1Assoeiation of Ken- tuckY Tennessee and Virginia is not liable for taxed on tobacco which they controlled as selling agents on I September 11 1909 and for Which- Earl C Huntsman State Roreaue + xr Y Ji Agent tiled suit praying for tues trtyIn his opinion Judge Knight bolds that the farmers themselves wero y1 actual owners of the tobacco and as all lived In this county the Revenue Agent should have named them In dividually that the association nev er had physical control of the tob- accoI agent but was merely II selling I I GUNS GUNS iWe Have Just Receivedt Shot a Large Line of Guns Rifles Target Guns j AMMUNITION SHELLS ETC lAnd respectfully ask you to callJand sou the largest and best line Shot Guns over In Hartford f 1 s CARSONGI OCEllVllitXAN Hartford Kentuckyi J Call on- AIILIARBUCKIE FO- IiFancy Groceries LUDcbeS Cigars Soft Dlaks Etc qj Next Door to hroadera 1Grocery On Union Street MI I r HARTFORD JY r f I tr f c + i h NEW FALL OVERCOATS I i I I I I f I I 6 I tf 0 be Well Dressed means an Uptofate Overcoat Our cele i brated line of Sterling Bench tallored Coats are the kind that make you have a genteel appearance If you want to buy we Invite you If you are a prospective buyer we want to show you A great variety of Rain Coats Cravinetts Kerseys and Beavers W Call and see the li- neF7UR I 4 COTxErAllt HARTFORD KY JIE1 S I Hartford Republican FRIDAY NOVEMBER 11 tI- lilnolsCen tralRail road Time Table At Beaver Dam Ky North Ballad YslhfloardN- o182 due 40 a I itol11 dtd11J5 a- Nolndeeltrapm I No JIll its 248 PIlI Xo1Q2dat48pe 4olsldutsp- M Di E Railroad Time TableI at Hartford Hy- Tretn2passHTUord cat tile follow log IDOOINORTH BOUNDI112729a aL Passenger k 1 114340 p m Mixed Dalley euept Sunday SOUTH BOUND 116920 n m MIxed Daily excep Sunday 11314G p m passenger Daily Mr S E Duko Is quito ill Nuts Figs mul Dates atiltrs Gr- ot may Phone 140 Good lard that you can use at SandurCur and Cos Mr Luther Rogers ot Select fa8- k1 town 1Vodrfay I JIss Norta Black city spent Jllst Suudny In Dlllvcr Dam Call Sandertur and Co phona 114 for Saur Kraut and Plckltl Dr lIoraco POIIdiotonof IoulsyJJe waa vlsltJng hert this wtxrk jall Cr1t Martin oil Beavr Dam war s a pleasant collet Wtdnc1 u Monte grocery has just recelval n barrel of fine Malaga Qrapev f Coo1plet line of Breakfaet Foods r at hers Grocery Phone 140 a 1 fresh stock of Loya Candles a Just rccelved at IlersOrpcery i For rrbPorK and Sausago call Sanderfurand Co Phone 114 Ml kinds of vegetables earrlod by r Sannderfur and Caa Meat Markott Mr CoriuuodDro Aahioy Was a cal- ltiekThuj Republlcan 4 face Saturday at i Deputy ShcrUf S pKeqwn of zcarar 1am was lnn town Wodncaday Aaa Kelley who tuaohing 1- 1f 1war Fordevtlle Wtsin tnwn SlIItur J JiIt Jj nDIaJr HartlordfO Q No r 3t was apleaaantcaBorat tbl affke last Fridayyr 0 k- I F l I Y F I Timothy Seed nt Fords at 42ii I Prof lug hore We SundaIEggs Grocery t Pkkle Pork and Dawn Bntta Sandlnur and Courpanys Meat Iar- keto j I For the lFo awl 1001 In town call Snndu fur and Co Phonr- o 114 Crushed dFlake Hominy 11111- 1Creall Vrgctablui ut Sanderlt and Cos u huts Grocery Is agent far th celebrated Elite Flour made in In lianaSchrooters grocery js pavhg- crnta for eggs and wants aU you have tGrape Fruit Oranges L011l01lt AI pled Bananas anti ocoanutB tilt Ilcr grocery Fresh and Cured lints of nU klllW over day at SlIdUJCur Md Cos Mon Marko Mr ROhart Ftrrater of NarlingUrti visited his family hero Saturday nnd Sunday Mr Lonnie ahead returned Wet nei4lny from a short visit sit Ihan- kId Ky oleo Owen Hunter and littly lionf Thomas Taylor vlaitul tt Snrallhou tills week Mr Marvin Black who Is lu th- roveuuo Gunlco at Owoni taro is at home this week Rev HP Brown of Ckporl Ky has boon called to lInt ch at tho- SumlUlOlUI church Just receivedanothercase oC Premium Cup Coffee 46t2 w H MOORE SON u Mr Forest Salmon who Js teaching- ssinging school at Cloor Ruu was tm11Ar at thin offloe VodIkt9da1 AIr Sllaa Hbhetmer and family antIIMr Gworgo Aspuoltl4t and Cam11y a 6 moved inlnthe O1I1ttJ1er property 0- Jlr Eck Hudson loft for EarUng Tuesday ejttsrnaonwbsre hasd ccepted a PoaWon Pa day fireman Milne No llsTwenty new hooka tho LatlFlc flan havo Just been ded to J C Llbr rYTh6 subscrJpton to the Library Iii only 115 now Dr The Hartford Ice Plant has quit In looking Ice for this season bar wn Iiams anpnuncti though that he still to kai a grciitdeal bt Ice am bands Thp 111 town at groceryPoneHers 140 Spucials for Saturday nt tiers fire rycury Celery Cranbrrricy and Fru- Y s h Everything In lnks and Craelccr Ute Sawyer Brand of Chicago a IlIors drowry D JFr CI4o corr xpond- Iont at West Vlw was n pl4asan- I t caller T1lm nay- y IlIon Able Batmen CloufBvllJe spent a kv days with his father town this wwek- Mr lstlll Ftrk Is able to restun o hIs furies at the drug start after R few days Ilinesy Mr F vPi li P D No 1 ronewed hts subscription to Pine R- El Ipubllcan Stiturdny IHers Groe ly Is now preratvd to furnish you nnythlu you want In th nay or milt Cakes Miss Mollie Renfrow of Sunlllaln- J 11ta tj Mists Bowie Gllltrrple has accollbal a poaltloa as saleslady In Uarnmd and Compsuiys tltor The West Kentucky SZmlnnry nt IBtc1l1Jr Dam will halo n holiday of this Th1I11lIgivln- gr Hors Grocery wants all the egg you Imvu at 26 cents per elOZtn Ind- p ter at 2a cuns per round IIr Cecil JIGcIcr who is with S Uw McHenry morchan was n caller In Ifartford Saturday SandcrCU1lo the meat market carry a largo stock of family gl- cerlen barrel kraut and kng nmekurc stock of conned goods In eluding tho famous Sugar loaC Rnd Hart Brans lit pers Grocery Plionu 140 rcssrs John C Riley and J C Williams vent to Morgantown Saturday to hear the Republican speak 1ng- rJ Mrs Laura agfui widow of the late J E Iagan Is seriously III at 1Jhcr residence on Unlon street Hart Miss AIn1ujl li GrltltvUle was Wio guest ot her partnt6 III air Mrs J C Jones a few days thl s work bar Johu X Taylor formerly of Madisonville has taken charge or tlw new drug store ot the Ohio oustY Drug Co Mrs Jolui it lIIlIJti Is tuldhg two rooms to her rtsldenco on Unln- aUebt n ill D W Walclaml Is the cOntrador Mr J lC Flslrcr wiU tile k- ilenry Cigar Mfg Co paid us u of hIs nice calullliars Md some his cigars S atVise Gladys Duke who thus II Jlosl lion with the Central City Gas and Light Co Is vlslthg her partTJts 11 and Mrs S E Duke vlsItudaughter 11ta U II Taylor Innd other relaUves noU Roehlogter the first or thoweek- bar J W Dlarks sslstunt engineer on the railroad work uenr ladlsomlIl- e spank Uiu wookcnd with his prront y bar and Mrs T S hUkB m- Mr A Co Yelser has moved fronl tile Slnunernrun property too iris neW rteidence which ho has Just corn pleted on Frederica strat- r The bowling alloys were open lasts Saturday night the first train ror several weeks bat John King will look after the alloys Iu the future hlthear ruli6dar afternoon after spending a tow dayb lludIMr Ireland Harriou who Is con t1uclAd with Utu 11esUttghrnts r EI- Itlrol eo and stnUomlCl at Island Ky WM calling on friends lumu Salunl1Y Sunday its W D Taylor and son Hal my Stewart city were the guesGsnf BroweRlld other rulativea nlW Rochuster Tuesday and IVedncsday Esq Belt CIlamlJ1IlIl1 of Noer sr- lwas In town Wednesday lie has been coutlnlod to his home rot S4I Aral days on account or rlwumaUsm but is SUllltJ butter and able to be out again Only ono marriage llcenao was Is ued at the office of County ClerkI Tipeley elute oqr last issue which to Philander Trogtlen and Nora troth of lJarUord R F D Noe They wore marlledat the residence ROY Fuqua Dr J T1ardl ofthe film of liar Bull dentists anal formed fir with Dr W W Wilker at Paducah and Will kayo the tlrst of next week for his new hotrte- Ile Ben will continuo tho pracUlxr- of his profession tn the same offices Hardlu has made many friends IlarUoTd during hlssstay among us- all Or whom e111 regret very much ales hIm leave but they wish thlm- muC noose whcrovtr ho may go p 1iI i bar Dungor rLylrcaemfJng the Irv ingon Mill and Eluvator WWI calling on th grocerll1clllOf Saturday btr Joint X Taylor and tonally have mood IlIre from Madlsouvilh nod havemOld iota Dr L D Baule- t I nstd niCe on UniJII strecL- bRasrs Bertha Itfoei and Mary E MariII who 1110 teaching in the schools rt blrHenr spurt Saturday and Sunday with rJatll hero ofcto vislt 11r and Mrs R A Noffslugsr- Mr Bennett Is n brother of Mrs oC- fslngor Dr Lake and Dr Ito tkunutt ofI Ilrallwny trines wore iii town TusIflag 1j Lake rraraly canrv Crow Madlron booty and lI1i located at- Drouhva3 I Thu Iiostcokn Club Is planning too glvo n banquet air Thaulsoiviug Ini lng ThJ banquet will ho all ulabolatuj affair nnd unreal lJy lire lndlra oC Ule Mchodlst Church Rev J D lfanled preached two Interesting sermons at the C P Church In Hartford Sunday He hat fair attendance at each scrvlco- mornlllg anti evening I Leave your laundry at Cleve lers grocery Work uarallteed aril prompt delivery Agent for latllsonllIeI Steam Laundry Madisonvlllo lee Laundry Company Incorporated tc Rev lashbrotk ptstur or ihu Dal fist hurch at Jit Carmel began a- proU acted meeting nt that place last Sunday Much lnteIlht Lq living man I 1fertlnd and largo congregations atblltl lag Tue Finance Committee of the A S of HI of Ohio county met In Hartford Monday and made up samplcs- oC I tobacco They are low ready to sell and are expecting buyers thin wcek The local tent of Maecniels held allIpllclLtlol1ti supday nIght dbllsscs Iwtayu 1Vhitthrghal and Aunts lsllzu KJOwn spent Sautrdrty anti Sunday with t1J a parents of the former at bar hUlllo at Askius Miss I WhltUruhJII rotlllult to Hartford AedneadayMr Arbuckle has OPllItll I- grocery taro restaurant anti soft drink stand on Union strlt nuxt door to Sohlcvl is lhocI nad I hIs advrtisolllulit in another colul1In of rata Issue- bits 11m Ellis who for set rid of- nrrnttha has lurid a pusltou us sales kwy In a start at F chots has resign W true p0stttou and will icive hi a tow days to wut a UlIshwsJ Coi- r age It Owensboro- Mr AUlam liar utt who is attend ing school at VaudurbllLlt 1Jnlnln school nt Elkton Ky coon up Sun y for u short vLvtt U his raunts- Col and Mrs e M Ikuuutt return leg Tuewbty lIrtlllIIO IWhen you want something good teat t In the way of Fresh Meats Southern Plantation MolassesKraut Lye Ilomtny Mince bleat and eelYt IIItoUlHUt bera itt Ukr drug ILt Tnror yiirie has ar dllklrtlllolItII 1utd1JDl at Utcr IhYrldaty UXIIIlCts to IIIC1I his family there i- tssrwt s Ii his urw itotsc Is compluLah 1111II0lodwhl10 they will reside In the lutlllCf Mr JUIIIlI3 Tlruuurs will cotUnue luldo pure uaul hat ultur Uu JlltII1II u ot the Thoww lonulllllnlt1 s which Is locntA 1 Ut Haltferd- lu Itl JudlP Owatss nt OIlIbolU bids warn COlllildllrnd lost Friday for o Ulu purcbas + of UII e thitdytwvfout stall bridge to ho 4ectod on till Ilmtford road The cmrti act was awarded to thu VhlCtJllliL1I Bridge Co or Vlnoeuntw lad lIt a rice of 12JG0 Many friends in Hartford and Hoc1- or Dam of Mr Frank Uruy of Friary Point Miss will Us glad to lesratthat ho has rvautly ttcc4qted a truly lIosi thin In n bank to Mississippi at a wCt Increase In his salary For several months Mr Gray was counevtsl with a large cotton and mu eantilu- comlrany Fdrd that litartd trom IL dafectlve- Pluo III Ulv rear of Mr Z Wayno Griffins peol room Tuosday ovcnhlg about G oclock craaGaia lit tie xcitement for a few mtu- uUs Only fey the usual ptanrpt arrJvaior tho bucket brigade omit hand chemical tile extdttguiahura say there would have bane a vary dia- truetivo we fire In Hartford The Ito was extinguished ll1 n fuw minutes pl and only a aUght damage was HUlltoIn are edNone oC tax fixtures in rho pool and room xore damaged i HOSIERYIs clothing purchaso Our store has the reputation of selling good hose a distinction for which we have worked hard und sacrificed excos ive profits to at tain Only best brawls are sold by us Try Wunderhose Four pairs in a 100 box guaranteed fur FOUR MONlHS We also well BURSONS and FAYS us well as the famous IIOLEPROOP Look for the Yellow Box When Buying Your Sox Holeproof Hosiery comes only in yeilow boxes Imitations of the guarantee are numerous but insist on getting the genuine lioleprooflook for the yellow box- There Is real worth In Uoleproof The makers pay 63 cents a pound fur the finest Egyptian and Sea Island Cotton but they could get ordinary cotton at 12 cents n pound The body Is 3 ply and the heels toes and knees are Gply in Holeprouf Common hosiery Is only 2 ply throughout Doth sell for the sumo price but the common hosewear only one sixth as leng nsUolcproof This hosiery Is ns soft and smooth IS silk yet we guarantee to replace any pair tbat needs darning within six months lens hose come In eleven colors and womens In sixthe price 5150 to 53 n box of six pairs Childrns lou is block nod tan only at t2 a but Ceme m and see this hosiery for yourselflearn what it is like todayei y M t c X111eiTB- oTeprod IFOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN SALE NOT MADE UNTIL CONFIRMED Leave Matter to Growers to De sideSamples Easier to Fill lre president of the Green River Tobacco 711owers Association is announcing the sale or the tobacco foropoolers to meet and pass upon the solo made by the board of con courtIhouse In Darlesa county at Calhoun McLean county and at Narrows In county on Saturday Nevomtcr at 1 oclock Wo wlRh to say furthermore this theIpress oul What the Board of Control of the River Tobacco Growers As foclatlon Is trying to do to to serve he tobacco growers who pool their with this organization As wo said before In an article was published In the papers WO no tight to make with any other rganization and we still sa the same and we bellove the farmers or the Green River district who pool their tobacco with the Green rtvo Tobacco Growers Assoclatoll are competent when they see tio cam- plce and hear the proposition explained to themto pass upon the solo submitted by the board without Ing instructed by any other beI zntlan While we did not get 10 the price we wanted we feel we haTe samples this year that will be a great deal easIer to flit than they were last and anyone that knows anything about selling tobacco knows the price can bo raised by lowerIng the sample just the same as by raising the prlcq and having a better quality of tobacco thIs year than last and with samples that are not as hard to nil we are sure or a much better average than last year Furthermore It Is no trouble to what we OUGht to have or would like to do but the whatI could do has been done and It ain business proposition It not sgtisned with It turn It youI If you aro come outand anti go to strlpphlg and no your tobacco the next season Dont forget the date and speak for yourselves Vy respectfully WLlElt ATHln1ON Secy Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IA A GOOD SNARE or the whitensickues and dk- eorrtfurts heglus hr the lake fall Ilr neglect the little thillAS atni lit n reult say leave II chra0te- eoogh ur eold hllllJini ou iii nhifer As suun re flit eoIi IHnthUlllt hrtpare your seif with the proper IIItllIlIUtS nail olher sl1ple s Willa aurdera- eduipuuiit turd III esperieuee i druggist we lire rvepual tu supply the bade with till best and highest grade ot 11111- 0tlrn s WC non have a full IhIIr erips Cold lreautr- erotii IaNe ltII1IIII and 111- 1IIIIIt rutieles fuund In n ths- ldlls 11IUI lure IVe intend tll have the IItt drug store In hewn looking tu your interest wllllI well us well us aher slck- HARTFORD DRUG COMPANY l ucorporatt1- It A NOFPSINGi R Mgr Reliability For reliable 11atebes- Ul0 cks Silverware Cut Glnss undall kinds of reliable Jew dry bought of the most relinblo wholesale houses also re liable jewelry and watch repmiring go to the largest and most reliable jewelry store that Ohio county has ever known JB TAPPAN The lieliabIe Jeweler and Optician r 4a 1 5 t rti1 i TIE EDITOR ANDv CLEANER JOURNALISM Jrople Read Detail of Murde I Then Kick Because it is in Paper Two vlsiUng journalists who ar n8OCIotod with tho Christian Schmco- Jofnnttor or Boston mlde nn eloquent pl on Friday evening for a clean AtV jouronIJam boforo II large l1udl In tho Auditorium says the Chkmgo Inter Oaron- Jt gore without tntying that flIu- audlCtl100 was sympathetic If then Ll anything that the average citizen and his Mite and bLster and his cous In and his aunt are wllllng to indorse jn a general sort of way it Is a clean ffjournalhnlLWe or this ercourng- ivg dislodtjon on OCT sido Has- often v does a man wade through col umn attar column or duttils about a divorce sub totally nuglcctiug theI mMk ixtgo and the other flows In till issue and teen exclntm with natural indl1latlDn I cant U1WfI stand why nowapaers are allowed to print such stufC And by the baJnu token haw many JadltS after tlllJnillllg Prllaps halt an hour la oho Ilorusal ot a similar ar tido havo boon hoard tosay dis- tlactly thAt It was shocking for a TOJOrtor to wrltc Things like that and also very funny that he didnt te the other womans name Truly the edlbr wpbs l1llrnllY I wants to llrlnt a clean nUWSIXlll JIhM a hard tale or Jt On the one t4jo be is confronted by this general gIoancr 1I1 IIthooPlnllIon IEthofrom sage oxperknce that it anything In tlll way or a slnsatlonnl divorce for Instance happaus in eenc IUch eXOll1lllaT pinecs as Evanston or Oak Park you slmply cant give too many details for the 1sldntsIrot thoen IIlaclt- In outer words while the good cltiI zrv1 Is generally wllllug to go far iu the direction ofa clean journalism In nUjrtJm more or leas distant from his sphere of Jnttd est iie wants everything that can be had when It Is a- qutsdon of somothing that occurred wiUtln n block or two of his home however discouraging this may be tn the advoarttts or the cleaner jourrmllsmthcso days is pretty clean i Jy is not halt so bad us It 600l11- Snft er all Wltil n tows cAccIIUonsI journalism these days Is pretty clrv- mit Is not pufect but it Is fairly I- ere1lrISlIlultiVl or the demand of the average dllzeu And the average citizen taken all in all Is far lrYOi an unclean man Ho may no move continually on aI lofty ethical plnue and ire may have a very human curiosity which more exalted characters might ISS1bIy- suP1mss ltut hl has n clear no Lion of what right and wrung what tMoent nlld lndient And no 1011111 cOlltralItozen Js vsry curious and his cudoil- tr has to ht ldClwlIlcl wltJliBy this we do no t mean to tr let cast cold wabr on the efforts 01I a cltaner journalism lint In the inlotltits of tulrnloml we fAt we ought to tail uUJnUolI W sonic of the Woubitw of the editor who may be called on to rise to all Inorodl bly lofty chine at n night meeting and to gun ally riUIlltJd a xtiuorn i jug for trot mulhing good in hiS Paper ottjlIIenoUve us tlll clouHI jOl1nallsll1 might tto there Is yet a polut wlwrllt the IUOCtlS of cluutiug may ullw tllet product beyond the boundaries or jouruallsl1l ulid over Into till otidea- lltglons ot the mlsKlol1ar tract Children Cry FQRFLETCHERS CASTORIAHousehold HintsIA good slwd crust of bread phtCOd 1 the bottom ot a kettle In which sautflower or cabbage Js cool cd is Mid to provunl the smell from SI1l1l1- dJIIc When pDsonld with pulsol IvC ktbc the aftecetl parts with so per sent alcohol Govnnnmegit uxperl- anents have proved this to he an ab- Mlute antidote for Poison Ivy ceIcr1 can be keptgr a week or UlIer by first rolling it Up In brown laPel Then Ida Jt In a towel antI keep it In a dark coal place Before prePmrhg dt for tAte table place it In iR pan of cold water and lot Jl remain tar au hour This will make It crisp dshoo- V a Auy hemp wicks very oecaslonaly In tfn n stead tho burnt PAnt should bo rubbed With a soft 11000 ot rag until it is even with time bunror To polish Patent loather use th- followdng miz ire One part of Un seed oil sad two parts of cram Warm both and then mix thorough ly After removing the Uud from the boots apply the mJxtum with a flannel end polish thoroughly vth a dry silk Idnster- Jt the oyes are tried strulned o t frrqu0nclywltewarm water to which terns boon tied a little boraclc acid This has a wonderfully cooling and pltxasan t effect SPOTS ON PAPER Grease spots ou wall lxtpel may b romoed by covering the blomlsh with a iduc0 ot blotting pn IHr and holding a hot iron over It In this manner the stain Is drawn from the paper to the blotter Other stains may own be removed by rubbing thorn with t- ploco a of bread a day old or with n pteco ot flannel diptxd in oatmeal RED HAIRED PERSONS Jt Is all very wall for the lloom t rave over nuburns and titian but Isome IICllle have the real carroty red hair nothing mON nothing loss and they know Jt Suds Ollie should exercise the greatest care In the colors thy Wlor avoiding all the greens and light blues usually recommended- to thorn Instead they should wear plenty ot black and wlmlr dark blue moss greens once in II while a becoming yellow but above all browns every shade and descriptio morning noon and evening An Ideal Husbands patient even with n nagging wire he knows she heeds help She InIoss of appetite headache slllIlcss 1111Ifrom female troubles nervous troubles backache and weak kidneys have used them and become healthy and happy Try them Only IiOc Satisfaction guaranteed by all drug gists m I POLL HAS NOT BEEN REACHED aE3lfiIaIaI t Declares German Astro omerWh Examined Pearys Records Coincidently with onllnandor r Petrys promotion to a captaincy the eminent astronomer Prot Andeas chief of the Geodetical dnst- tuw of lJerlln German uttir a care ful Investigation Insists that the eX plovers claim 111 not valid nothing front a scientific vlrtvpolnt that con tll1ns has claim P1Ot Cello firmly believes that I1tary did not reach the Ilole but I+ass td It on one alde lie says the fig ulna published by Pear lire of Insuf obntsmid ullIllls hvsh data ears forthcumlng- sclentlsu cannot assume tJlat Iuuy hall accomplsihed his object The professor says duct Teary did nut POS3tJIIf instrmnents necessary to deturnilrlO his llOHltlon and alleges further shat 1tary did not peastess- j the Tlqubdto astronomical Ituou9telgu- Pear he says coulll not know he was going dlrewtly norUIard during the CallI 1sars 11010 would blJ that of using the for ascertaining tau hulght of tho stars but Irnry did not Uit- this metlwd Prof hallo says iv Is uniortunate to era II mild tC1m tint Icary should have rwolwcl the pole us he says by dill beeaurn on that Iar- Uculnr day the sun w 1111 w low on horizon to allow of nccllmt1 ob sorvaUona Only a little cold In the head maybe tie bogh1l1lJIJ of un obstinate easo of Nwb1 Catarrh Urlvo out the In- adur with Elys Cream Balm ap plhd straight to the Inflamed stufr- ed up o1rIII1Sagl Prlcu LUc It yon proton to use mi atomizer ask for LI Croom Balm It has all oho good quallti06 of the solid form or this remedy and will rid you ot catrrh or hay foyer No cocaine to brood a- drnsdful habit No mercury to dry the ti0croton Pric75c tlths- praylng tube All ilrugglats or mailed by Ely BIOS 5G Warren StruOt Nor York Strenuous Life for Officers IDy the latest orders or General Grant Jund of the DL11111unQlit of the East all the army officers Jn that department must walk nt oast 13 equivalentuanlcUc hour a day four days n weol year and year out raja or shine PLAY TOO BROAD EVEN FORITALY Operetta Based ojOnEI insAb fuzz Romance Barred From Stage hRome Nov 7Tho Italian lov Iernrucnt has refused to permit time production in Italy ot The Beauti tul Miss an operetta founded on the romance or Miss KatJwlowc Elldl1s- I Arid the lluko of the Abruzzl and It will haw Its Jlrst proscmGttlon In New Fork So lushly has tin author or the librotbo dUlll With the American girl who Is the Lerolne and who Is depicted as II tlnJu6 title hunter that the italian Foreign Of floe Is forted to pinco its man owtlle- oporetta Doth the author and the romposor the latllor atoted musician Outivu re fused to allow their nM1es Ur be made public rearing legal proctl Mtgs Tlho operetta Js Jll n prologue and three acts The rccire or oho prologue Js laid in Now York The clmrnc- ters He Insults time Duke and they most beautiful ot American jirll the Duke of Mllrafolla and Lleut Evans or the United States Navy Miss Wal kins and the Lieutenant uro In lovu and arc very happy During their duct dloclrnllIg their lotc to each oth er the chorus announces tile arrival of n foreign warship and the Duke rich handsome and covered with lace and glittering orders comes aahon- Ncw York society proluptly gOo s wild over him lie Is dined and feted everywhere Miss Walklns her eyes dazzled by his tdtus us every mettn1l at Ift r couunand to meet him without SUCCeSS Mss Wnlldus starts for Europe lu pursuit of him At last in Paris hori ambition Is realized and she Is pros ented to the Duke at n ball lie b + comes infatuated with hr In the mltlst of the duet the Lieutenant enters Uu insults lie Duke and they I fight but no blood Is shed Thu Duke leaves and Miss Walktns alUough still determined to caphu the title placates to Litutenant promises to return to him and rencrv tJir enlga- gemen t- Ills family and the envoys 111omlll- UPOIl the Duke to give up his lave nOlatter trout him rennunefug her for over Later to Purls ho realizes that hu loves her auxl lie rnounccs the throne her mind deelaro Ill will mumrry I In the third act MiIss Walldns lure couuItryare In Sllite or their IsolatUou the norvs of the marriage Js spread over till world The love of tie young couplu disarms the Dukes family and also the Coy orl1lucnt of tie Eastern State and word Is start to tent W collie homo and bu forgiven The final tableau rOllrltpnts time triumphal entry ot to Iuke now King of the EastlllI State In10 his capltstl By his sldu Is This Anterlcatt Queen her ambition realized and her pride gratified But there Is one drawback tQ her happiness Jt the official rotpjiUon held by the King and Queen the officer designated to roprtJ sent the United States juul convey 11s greetings to the llUW rulers Js- Lluut Evans the dlfirtod fiance VV flS Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement with time publishers of the Inland Farmer of Loulsvlllo whereby we are enabled I to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper one year for 160 Tho Inland Farmer Is II weekly Journal and one ot the best farm papers published In the United States Our readers should take advantage or this offer U HERBERT DELAYED CORRESPONDENCE Nov 3lIsS08 May Rogers and Mary Chanhbers vent to Owtsumboro Saturday to lIurchasu books for tit school library Mr James W Ford nnovtal to Ow ousboro Tuesday Mr Arthur Iiord will move on his faint Mr Will CTOWO will move to Mr Arthur Fords farm Mrs Amanda Stewart and daughter- I Dulah vJsltod Rev W U Bruntre family In Meade county Ws wtr+ k A box supper will be given at the school house Friday nIght lOrtte library lund Mr Dud Lyons and sister Miss Gonia of Lyotmia visited at Mr John SW01 Tuesday nlgll- tIr and Mrs Dudley Haync spent Sunday at RM Millers Mr Chrlstoll1er St wart mll1S son to JIll nols tire Ann Hutt ld visiting 11- 1Brockenridge county Mrs Vida KAsuro of 3ladsoavillty 1 Is dime XPectooguost of Ws Emma tllllor Mr Carl Floyd has monad to Orr- enaboro Mr John Manttn WM at l11OO from Colar Bluff Iowa mat week and has noW gonou Florida Mr Frank Sttlwal vlsM ohI8 sls tar Mrs Honor tUlllgan 1id Nook at Horun set To cure LaOtippe and Colds ie zj hoers take QUICKS andLaOrippeMedicine If year Incise does set Leqtbtr seed ZSc U J C MeD4esali Medicine Co tTusak lad and get them post paid Gaarauteed Woman Sweats Glass Physicians of Louisville Ky are puzzled by tho Ungo oasu of Goor gin Drown whoso body npMm to be fun of broken bits ot glass The woman declares silo alavvr toll on any glass and never ate any of the stuff and yet mole than 300 pIeces ot whitishlooking glass bare rol11U through the skin on varIous Imps of her body The pieces range In size from a small groin or corn totaro than half an inch In diameter AReliableRemedy Elys Cream Balm Is qIcklyabsorbed Clues noief at Onea Itch + mes soothes heali protccts the disensetl mem brine resulting from Catarrh null drives away a Cold In the head quickly Restores the Senses of ruste fII1 Swell Full ize LOcte IltDrug- Itlsts I or by mall lu liquid form 7G cents Ely Dr thers 5G Warren Street New Y- orkSouthern a AgriculturistNASHVILLE For forty years the friend and counselor of Southern farmers T wen tyfour pages twice a month 50 cents a year or three years for 100 Sample Copg Scat Free Do Yon Want One I j1oJv I iT SYMPATHY helps hurts but it wont cure nn aching tooth wonnt wake a marred one look like Its old self Takes a skillful experienced dentist to do that Get nil time synmpathy you can but for real relief and good dental work make an nppolntmellt with us tor the practical way or getting your teeth In fino shape Best crown and bridge work Jn this town or any town Teeth extracted Without pain Ail work guaranteed Telephone 31- 8DRS HARDIN BELL DENTISTS Office in Republican Bldg Hartford Ky Ldies Save Money and Ke4is Style by ReadingMcCalla Magazine asd U tCbump you ably ai a moderst e lIen5oJY koplncyen posted on Ibt- laltls hlhlonl In clothes slid bats ro 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Tuesday i October OtherCounty OfflcerrC S MoiQey Surveyor Fordsvllle Ky R F D No2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hartford KY It F D No 2 Henry Leach Superintendent Ilarlford Dr A J- HUey Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS D S Chnmberlaln Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday after 3rd Monday to June Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after Monday In December13rd Eo Scott Cromwell Wednesday afte- 3rd Monday In Slarcb Wednesday afte 3rd Monday In JUn Wednesday 3rd September utter 3rd Monday In December after13rd3rd Monday 9n Jane Friday after 3rd Monday In September Friday after 3rd Monday In December J C Jackson Centertown Saturday after 3rd Monday In March Saturday after 3rd Monday In June Saturday after 8rd Monday In September Saturday at- ter 3rd Monday In December after2nd2nd Monday In May Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August Tuesday otter 2nd Monday In November Thomas Sanders Dundee Wednesday FebruaryWednesday AugustWednesdayberC V Mlles Fordsvllle Thursday after 2nd Monday in February Thursday afler aftel3nI2nd Monday inNovember 2ndUondayMondayday In November HARTFORD POLICE COURT LlkensCltyAttorneyconvenes second In each month Mayornurer Members of Council T R Dar nard W J Dean W lit Fair Pen TaYlor iv E Ellie E P Moore School TrusteeaJ S Glenn chairman DarnettCMRELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices monrln and evening every first and third Sunday In each month Sunday School 945 Wcdnesl1ayBaptist ChurchServices every Sunda morning and evening Sunday SChool 945 n m Prayer meeting every wed BrunerI11ord P pastor ChurchServIces first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 P m Sunday School 945 Rev T C Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A M meets first and third Monday night In each month W E Ellis V M C M Crowe Secretory Ieystone Chapter No 110 R A M meets every third Saturday nIght 111 each month U Holbrook HIgh PrIest SecretaryHartford Si O E S meets second and fourth Monday even Ing Mrs T It Darnard W 11 1I11ss Willie Smith Secretary I Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights ot nightSK of RSH- artford Tent No 99 K 0 T 5f meets every first and third Thursda PlSunshine Hive No 42 L O T M meets second and fourth Thursday nIght GrlttlnIal1yCommander Record Ieeper Carpenters and Joiners local No 1881 monthNoahTress Acme LOdge No 339 I O O F meets second and fourth Friday night In Granl1DRedMenCampbelltltecords Preston Morton Poet No4 O A R betortheRogersdoA S ot E National Officers C O Drayton Pres Greenville III JreenKyTreasIntJlanapoilsState Officers HartfordClCfhounICYOhIo DamKyCD Ford Treu Hartford Icy COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry Leach ChaIrman IIartfordKy DNo63F DBBnughr Hartford KyY 4 T Mcquady Dalzetown Ky MlnesKy6J nJqolokl1mnnltlOb8rteCoreceTspedal irkawAIr- cu say Tenn Ile A nr1I4 a t 1i f 11tD r IJoaLOLf- lAasssv C ESMtre 1 MITUnaATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KYrwill prcUce their profession In al1th court ot Ohio and adjoining col UeI and Court tot Appeals Sp al ato 1toJtieD ot CrimInal and Real Estate Coif Specialties Office in Republican build i Ingn I FRANK L FELIX Jr Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Rill practice hi profession In Ohie and adjoInIng counties and in the Court ot Appeals Crlinsal practice and Col- lectlona a SpecIalty Office in the Her raid building YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAWr HARTFORD KY wilt practice his profession In all tile Courts ot Ohio and adjoinIng counties and In the Court ot Appeals Also Notary Public Office over FIrst National Dank 1 JOUN D WILSON CIIAS1ICItOWt WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their pTotessfon In all the courfa of Ohio and adjoining coun ties andstn the Court or AppealsI Special attention gives to Criminal practice and to collections Office on Main St opposite Court House gand TRADEMARKS PlOIDptJr tbtlnec1 Ia- a eountrlesoraofee WobcID PATENTS THAT PAY adnrtIM them tborvughiyatour- wale and elp you toatc yadmadeLpboWorkekhtorFRCCreport TortrsGoldstook8035015 Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D c KILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovlry FOR C8UCH8PRICE YAND ALLTHROATANDLIJNOTROU- BLESGUARANTEEDATISFAOTOR OR KONEY tEFIINDED Tr P DXlErFENDEDndmode1es COUNTRIES11ul ti- ItrOtj and oftra lhrJ2Ini Patent and InfrIngement Practice Exclu3lvelr ar3 Stass or IWASHINGTON FAIRBAN8MOR8E Gasoline Engines r nw aui leeu 1118118 corn c Works every dtty 6t y small cost to operate AU elzes forrall purposes end for catalogue 802 AddressV J FAIRBANKSMDR Louts 111da Kyt tr p FOOTPRiNTSOFGL CIER Ii jItTh y pr FarFuturThe site of New York city was once l burled under hundreds possibly thou sands of feet of Ice Ample proof ot I this is found In many places on Man beingtthe surface of tho rocks In Central or Riverside park and you will find numerous peculiar murks These peculiar marks called by ge ologists striae are tho footprints of glaciers They were produced by the grinding of pebbles upon the rock surfaces under the glaciers aa the latter moved to the sea How long ago It was that glaciers fflowed over Manhattan Island Is a 1 matter of uncertainty The period has been variously estimated at from 5000 to COOOO years The present trend of opinion Is in favor of the smaller estimate But knowing as wedu that the site of New York city was gla ciated at a time remote or compara tively recent the portentous question arises Are the glaciers likely to de scend oq It again No human means could arrest their Irresistible advance Palatial homes towering skyscrapers East river bridges all tho magnificent monuments of human achievement would be ground into atoms and swept Into tho ocean Striae or footprints of glaciers ore found from the blgbest northern and southern latitudes to the equator Was the entire surface of the earth at one time covered with leo Some geologists have taken that view but the evidence does not warrant It That the earth has changed Its axis from time to time and Is still changing it Is a fact well known to astronomers It Is conceivable therefore that lu the course of ages before the earths crust assumed its present formation the poles may once have been on the pres eat equatorial line and the equatorial line where the poles now stand By oscillation of the globe and consequent interchanging of polar and equatorial lines every part of the earths surface must have been successively glaciated Such a general lateral movement of the earth furnishes 11 reasonable cx planation of the glacial footprints everywhere found The north Is undoubtedly growing warmer Some GOO years ago Alaska was still covered with gjaclal Ice Five hundred years from now tbcro will scarcely be a glacier to be found there except In the highest mountains The next generation will find few of them 4wth their fronts still In the sea says Henry Gannett in Delleubaughs North America of Yesterday Tune present trend on the earths axis Is to push the north pole farther north But l the question Is How long will this P movemcdt continue In the present di rection It may continue until Green land shall come again to have a tem perate climate or It may be reversed d 4n the near future to bring the ice back to the destruction of great cities This is a problem for posterity The errs ent generation need not lose any sloop rover It But soontutnre generation may find itself confronting n serious condition William E Simmons In New York World What Good Is Father Father has always been the goat It was always father who held the family from the achievement of Its so cial ambitions It was father who rondo blunders that put the family to slams Father never would take to the new fashioned Ideas He was ogalpst the domination by the younger generation against suffrage against womens clubs against the teaching of French to the children In u word a natural reactionary It was but nut ural therefore that father should become generally known as a hack num ber useful only in bringing home mon ey and writing cheeks Washington Post East Indian Monkey A naturalist who has traveled In tho East Indies says The effect on the monkeys of mans appearance Is most interesting The expression of their emotions is certainly almost human as they sit and store nt him coughing and snarling with anger and contempt drawing back their heads and throw lug the hand before the face with n gesture of abhorrence and other mote ments Indicative ot shocked and outraged fcpllngs But predominant Is the expression of absolute horror which coming from those we consider our still degraded cousins Is to our supe riority very aggravating A Healthful Costume When the Fraser Highlanders landed In North America In 1757 It was proposed to change the dress on account of the cold winters and hot summers The officers successfully opposed this and were ultimately Justified by the Highlanders being the healthiest sol dlers In the army In the campaign in Holland In 17M some regiments lost as many as 800 from disease but the I Black Watch which had 300 recruits in its ranis had only twentyfive cas unities including the killed in battle After the Carouse 10111fJwltewontdoasmells the whisky Second Reveler When Fm near her I hold my breath First Reveler You wont be able to- IL too strong Boston Transcript- I The Way It Doss This Is an odd way girls have pf getting into society HovrUltoddr i Why tofceflri they first have to come outNewJorkJoarnal Let bi who would move the world tmove bJmMJfTocrtte t A RIDING THE BILLOWS A Few Pointed Suggestions For Ocsan Travelers Dp not interfere with the cAptain In the performance of his duties or otter suggestions In navigation based upon your own experience In running a catboat on Lake Mobonk There are few captains now In the transatlantic service who have not crossed the ocean several times and we know of none who has acquired his knowledge of the sea In n correspondence school If the lady with golden hair seated In tho steamer chair next to yours In advertently puts her head on your shoulder and groans do not rudely remove It but whistle a soft lullaby as If you did not notice the act Bear in mind that two heads are better than one The lullaby may put her to sleep when her curls may be gently removed to her own sofa pillow Should you desire to go below before she goes to sleep send the deck stow aril after her husband and ask him to remove them himself If In the midst of your dinner you feel n sudden emotional qualm arising within you rise with It as nearly sl multaneously ns possible and hasten from the saloon taking earn In your Hlght to stick to the aisles between the tables and not go leaping from table to table like a frightened ante lope toward the exit This latter course would cause considerable cou fusion In the dining room and In your hastd yon might Inadvertently trip over another passengers welsh rabbit which is not considered good form In polished circles either on the land or on the sea If on your way to the upper deck you find the staircases blocked by others hastening upward like yourselfI do not step upon them In your mad flight upward but slide down the banisters to the lower deck which you will find Just as well adapted to your nerds ns the upper Any deck In good In a qualm John Kendrick Bangs In Harpers Weekly POWER OF A WORD Why France Changed the Name of the I Life Saving Belt I A vivid Illustration of the power of mere words over human uolngs was once brought to the attention of French people by Kranclsque Surrey After the wreck of the Boulogne many passengers were found floating drowned with life preservers on These life preservers were fattened upon the bodies but round the middle Instead of under the arms and the greater weight of the upper part of the body bad tipped the bead tinder water and the person of course was inevitably drownedNow appears that the greater num her of the persons so drowned were French The French term for life pre server Is celnture de sauvctage oc lifesaving belt This word celnture sug gests to the mind lii Its moments of disorder and unreadiness such as a great catastrophe brings the Idea of putting on a belt nnd us a belt Is put round the waist and nowhere else the frightened person Instinctively adjusts the life preserver close about tho hips The result Is that as soon as the f person so provided falls Into the water his body tips over with the heavier part downward and the head Is plung ed beneath the surface The word belt therefore was the cause of the loss of ninny lives In the Bour disaster Sarcey according ly jiroposod to counteract tho fatal ef fort of the French word by renaming the article and calling It n brassiere which Is n kind of waist and by bring hag the word bras or arm to mind to tench people to put n life preserver on Just underneath the armsChlcago KeconMIcrald The Cooling of the Worlds All bodies Iu space are gradually np pronchlug frigidity When a redhot cannon ball Is taken out Of a furnace and suspended In the air it parts with Its heat and keeps on parting with It until It finally reaches the temperature surrounding It And what happens to the cannon ball is happening lo the sun The suu Is steadily losing Its beat and contracting and tho same Is true of the planets and of every other body In apace Just ns the arctic circle Is ever encroaching upon the temperate and equatorial regions so the final chill Is steadily advancing upon the warmth everywhereNew York Amer Icau A Modest Poet There Is s story told of a French poet who Inquired of n friend and flatterer what he thought of his last work I have arrived at the fifteenth canto ho replied with enthusiasm and think there is nothing wore beau tiful and harmonious In the language Pardon me there Is one thing said the poet rAh perhaps you mean Chateau brlnnds Alain Certainignot I mean my six canto Testing Her How would you feel Clarlssc It you and twere sailing down the treatnof jlfo together far away from here1 How far George bh for faraway Id be so terribly homesick for mqtber And from that night this young mau ceased his vJsltsJudgos Library A Fruitful Tifne Did Jack derive any fruit from that lecturer Yes sure 1edldHe met there a gfrlie knew and made a date with her and ihes a peach Baltimore Americana r sIi t i FOUGHT J0 A FINISH Titer and Crocodile In a Battle lit the Water In India a native went to bathe in a raVl1eBe was In the water up to his neck when a tiger oq the hill above gave a leap toward Its prey But the tiger had not calculated that since his victim was much lower than himself a leap of the right strength for a horizontal range would carry him far beyond hls mark consequent ly ho fell some ten feet on the other sideNow It happened that a hungry croc odile was at the same time drawing a bee line under water toward tho na tive When the crocodile bad almost come upon hIS prey be heard a splash Just In front and made a dash bring ing his enormous Jaws down on the tigers paw The bather nearly fainted with fright when he saw the tiger fall Into the water and for a few moments bo could not understand why the crea ture did not devour him Why did he persist in keeping one of his paws un der water beating savagely with tho other And the water turned redl Then all at once the assaults of the tiger became more furious and his growls developed to roars The huge tall of a crocodile reared up out of the water The obvious Intention was to pull the tiger under water and drown him and the tiger understand ing this purpose tried to frustrate It by beating the snout of the crocodile with his other paw But tbo snout was too far down and he left much of his force on tho surface of the wa ter Ills struggles became more and more feeble and at length bo disap peared altogether only a cluster of 1 bubbles remaining to show where be had been His fight however had been a game one not entirely In vain for when the bodies of the two beasts finally came to the surface It was seen that tho tiger had literally torn away the whole front of the crocodiles taco and had blinded It so that Its victory was a useless one Chicago RecordHerald FALLING BODIES Their Velocity Varies According to the Force of Gravity- A man falling from a three story building in New Orleans will not fall as fast as he would If be were In New York city in fact In hardly any two places will he fall with the same speed This Is because as we go to ward tho equator the force of gravity gets less and less and consequently the acceleration of a falling body becomes less and the force of Impact is therefore less While It does not make very much difference in the Injury to a person falling from a height It docs make a difference In other things Take a rifle mid fire it exactly horizontally and If the gun Is sixteen feet above the ground say nt New York the bullet fired from such a rifle will strike the ground In exactly one second after It leaves the rifle If the bullet has n horizontal velocity of 1000 feet per second It will strike the earth exactly 1000 feet away Let us take the same rifle to n place where the force of gravity Is not the same as at New York but a good deal smaller say twothirds smaller We Und that if the gun Is placed sixteen feet above the ground as before and absolutely horizontal the bullet will not fall the sixteen feet in one second but will take over one and a half seconds to fall thus enabling the bullet to bo in the nil during that length of time Therefore It will strike the ground about lCOO feet away Thus It Is seen that the range of a rifle Is Increased as it Is taken toward the equator Of course there Is no place on the earth where the force of gravity is twothirds smaller than at New York but there are many places where the difference Is considerable enough to affect slightly tbo range of rifles Har pers Weekly The Chicle Tree Chewing gum Is nothing but chicle mixed with sugar and flavoring and chicle Is the gum of a tree that grows plentifully In Mexico and Central America and that of recent years hits teen cultivated on a large scale In Yucatan Tho chicle tree In not unlike the India rubber tree and the gum was first whipped to America by men who believed that In It they bad a per fect substitute for rubber In this however they were mistaken as It was found that the chicle gum was Insolu ble Not to this day has any medium ncld or alkali spirit or ether been found that will dissolve It Argonaut Tolerance Jane Ive something on me mind Arry that I hardly knows how to tell yetArtyAht vrlv it JaneIm afraid yer wont marry me If I tells yer ArryAht wlv It JaneIm a soinnambu it Arry Arry after prolonged pause Never mind Jane Itll be all right If there alntMio chapel for It well be married at a reglstryLondon Punch A Good Actor Ofl see you have an actor employed on the farm Yes I put him on Hes n dam good actor too I thought he was working tho first week ho was bereKansas- City Times LittleIt isnot the tralnlng for great things that Is most effective it Is the doing the little things the common Jaties a little better and better the onstaut Improving that tells OUR BEST OFFERT- HE HERTFORD REPUBLICAN- 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its conilluonlll shut away from Joe freedom of the wCld llo Is now 110 years of age aud was eonvksted of a double mur- drC when he was only 14 years of agtti All tuse tars ho boon span t in ssolltary COUlinolnlnt and the 11r1S- OMI teClarea 1111 has nave fait a trurJi of itunhinsyntalthy or hillthuu end no effort Jilt mur been made to bowl his cow 1tton J luno no ldiIld hQ wrltos I cannG gt- n w1rlng from the gOII1Or I have IOIn left to lay own tivlco In mr cell all tlwu years Pomuoy Idllud two chIldren a boyI and a girl IItot tliltJng thorn withC tsarbarlc cruelly lie inveigle othorI mall chllllroll Into isolated sections stripped tismh or their clothing tied dHfJI to true or Ulan boards and then butt them until they wtrca uuconI raous stuck parts Into their tender tlsrtll UIII stuIJOOcI nnd jabbud them the demon hualL was finally run dowl1 sad forced to couress hN hardly tscap- dl lynching Only his youth saved him from the bUlI1Ual1 noose Ponieroys lut r w the public InI ilIIeml and to the gQernor of Mass aebuseds In paltietilar Is tt IcntJlI dOcnuluitt lie cltS needy reasons why le btillutJlii ht should nut hnJ bin convloed of niurder and con oludt I wlth un apical to the gover- no In his plus lie says I respectfully suggait that this prisoner may have Betide IDcuuIagul1lcnt In doing rill lie Is uo worse Umu his neigh hors 1 ludnlt is nsv r los on any coil null this prtsouer has all his lift showuhimtutf rsIOIIIo to kind trtitlnent Public reRng uahll t mc- III spenslble fur tilt deeply rooted und persistuut JIIWSrllhr n sreJlrI lnlitllOIl all thasd yuua and thatI public fvsllog sus duo w newspaper oXfiltIatJon and notoriety lu 1874 Of coarse let cannot bii denied tharthus- adnlu was dlldrul and that public juetice rl lulrod satsfncton but the Honk Is uo effoltr has hucll made from that day unril this to betbr- thls IlrlWJ11 condition SMALLHOUS tire Owen iiuntur and Ilttl mnI Thomas Taylor Hartford are guests of Mr attri Mrs Seth llunlll1 and other reIatves near 11 1jLittle MisaIs Atdlcl and Anna Wood ssrrJvo wvro tPlt6tS of thetr mlcles J R and S T hunter and Mr andj IEMrwta Roe IKlebeart and Mrs Mattle- IU1d vitro at Ulu bedside or 11- rTolb4ft Igleiuawt lat Sunday Mr- Igluhhixtrt JM quite ill nt the home of h4s IOn All CJaok Igleheart niar- blocrniaa Alonzo France and son J R Franco iltO on the elcdiet IMrs JC Draka hasreturned fiom- it visit to Utica whore she was the- gwwt of flier slstorMrsPJ ftTrun I 4tIf1 W r nt1 and other relativs tram Sunday until WJdnesday Mrs Sarah GroJ1 Is visiting her daughter Mrs S W Bllbro Mr Boll Billings has charge of the R R bridge Mr Ituh Brain is off for nloilical treatment Mr Ed lluntzr aUcnlll the protracted tne titg Sunday Mrs RD Hunter and chlldron 91l arrive Saturday for n visit to Mr and Mrs Robert hunter and other relatlvee before returning to their h011lJ In Gunnhm Colorado They will leave for Gunntson about Deq 20th The nrretingat3ntallhcrts church to HovIIIthe third time Bro Brown has been called to preach at Smallhous church but owing to other churches having call d him first ho could not come Mr and Mrs X D Fulkorson will visit their sister Mrs Joe Shultz Narrows the latter Part of this week Notice to TaxPayers Last notice w t rxpayelt9 before tiro extra cost is added You will plwtsc heat my Deputy at the following plAces andsave all costs that will b added DEICTV SIIEitiFF A W BLACK Will be at thu following tdacxh Dundee Monday Nov 14 afternoon Narrows Tuesday Nov 1i fore noon Shreve in Uts afternoon Olaton Wednesday Nov Hi Horse Branch Tuesday Nov li Arnold Friday Nov IN forenoon Ualzolown III the afternoon Roslne Saturday Nov 19- rontwetl Tuesday Nov 22 forenoon PrJutls In the afternoon Wysox Wednesday Nov 23 DEPUTY SIIERiFF S O KEOWN Will bu at the following places Fordsvllle Tuaaday Nov 16 Daanfield Wcslnosday Nov 16- Magau Thursday Nov 17 Ualpl1 Friday Nov 18 Bolls Run Saturday Nov 19 Idcover Dam Monday Nov 21- ontortowu Tuesday Nov 22 MatAnzas WlIlnesduy Nov 23 Rockport Friday Nov 25 McHenry Saturday Nov 2G Penalty will be added to jtl1 taxes not paid by December 1after that taxes not pall propene will he advertised for sale T U BLACK S O C Tl1E limn MERCHANT nmmmIs YOUIt TRADE Your home paper Is the mirror through which the outside world sees your town Consequently merchants who advertise In the home papers are helping to advertise your town paper It sinews the outside world that your town has enterprising business men which has a tendency to bring others here If your home merchants show Interest enough In your town and enterprise enough to advertise you should have Interest enough la them give them your patronage You can see who they are by looking over the columns of the Herald week by week Salesman Wanted Wanted A good expordonoed traveling salesman to h C rOad I1Ihl Jadjaconl territory from Btvttler Dam to Princeton Altsl1rJr Co 1Vhoier d Grocers r ft LoulllLUo KY L WILL TURKEYS a DE CHEAPER THIS YEAR- Or is it the Statement of Some- One Who Fathers the Thought From reports given out ono of the nowspapors not tar front there It wound seem that about ovorybody would be able to buy 0 turkey for Thanksgiving dinner provtdtd It was not too large From the pnsent out look It appears that the price will not exceed ten cants a pound at wholesale on foot This Is eea11y too good nuns to bo believed by one who has not been able to touch ono of the fowls with a forty toot polo during the past two OT threo years because they roosted so high When they get within tali cents ot the ground we can all tot turkey once or twice a roarat least we used to do it The claim Is made that the turkey crol this year In Southern Ohio and Eastern Kentucky Is larger than It has bot for some years and that In that sxUon the prlco Is likely w bas nbove stated and If t1uch be pally true the average son ot Uncle Sam will have something more than usual for which to obzrve the holiday namely that lie Is able to buy a turkey for dinner c FIRST METlNG KENTUCKY lOUlfny ASSOCIATION The first annual exhibition ot the Kentucky Poultry Association will be held In Lexington during the week beginning January 16 The Bluegrass Poultry Association which for several years past has held an annual exhibition there was merged Into a State association recently and this well be the first exhibition of the now State association Will Not Indict The Owensboro Messenger says The November ttarm of the Davll8S criminal court which will ho In sxs alon for the next two weeks and which will be very busy during the entire time as there are a number ot cases to be trJuJ by the court was convened by Judge nlrkhIld Monday morning and during the day the preliminary work of the court was disposal of the grand jury was empaneled antI instructed as to Its dutios and started Its invsntigatUon In several of the caste and thu court also set a number of roses roc trial at future days of tile term The most important httsittess done in the court during the day was the finding of the grand Jury In the caSt against Mary Smith charging her with the murder or George Douglas whom she shot to death Saturday afternoon The gmnd Jury hnoCsll gated the case and shorty before 4 oclock mud a written relwrt tltating that It refused to return an Indlo- tn6nt against the uonlan its they consIdered the act to have been justifiable Md to hUe wen committed at a time that she was In danger of great Injury at the hands of the man whom she killed They recommend ed to the court that such orders be entered In the caSt as would be In accordance with the report Judge D1rkJ16ad order the release ot the woman front the jail I1IPlIST cllunclI OuThe pastor Is slln In the meeting at Pleasant Grove Prayer meeting and business session of the church will be held Wednesday evening at 7 oclock Teachers meeting at T R Dar nards residence Thursday evening at 7 oclock Regular services next Sunday Sunday School session at 946 oclock Morning worshlll at 11 oclock theme of sermon Christ as Our Example In Personal Soul Winning Evening Worship at 7 oclock theme of sermon A Great Salvation D Y P U taoeting In the Darnca room at 6 oclock The First Normal School The first Normal School was founded In Rholms France 225 years ago There was no beating of big drums or Jaunting of bunting on that day and yet It would ho difficult to say what conttynpornry Ont can cote pare with itiu value to humanity One of the good old 7pstora of Rhelms found out by questioning tjte teacher In his parish that they Iworo teaching according to no Tulul1i other words were riot toachtng int all nnd lie IorttwiUz Kogan takingIlhe steps which would itch ers how totcao too children He little dreamed otth1wl reaching resUlts of iris actrlonIo say nohtag of the rest or tho w- orldiiiiiiiiiii there arc today i the United States alond 2G9 Normal Setrrnla ofb161i areannuallyttibroughly trairtcd toochip Mrs Ma11amOperatedOn Mrs Mat1l1m wife ot Mr C M NaHam tnnnagtl of the Broadway Coat Ul1OO at Simmons Ky was opoltitted on at Owensboroo donday- For several days siho head bm din gtDOusly lit but at last account since tho operation was getting along ntcoly and It is thought will pen be on her way to a speodyy recovery In Memory On Tuesday evening Iov 1 1910 Rl the close of the day when the sun WIU setting beneath thus golden wos turn sky and tltwshado yi were stool lag over the whole world around tho- wlilte winged angels of death ontrred tIiQ homo ot Mr James Hudson and took thclr loving daughter Annie and gently lore her splrit away to the realists of light whew there Is no moro oartings and no more good byes Dear Aunica voice Is still her place Is vacant in tho home which only CJlrlnt can fill her taco is hid beneath the sod but the memory ot It still lingers around us Md never shall we forget her shining face She la gone and the only hope tor us Is to bo ready to m4et her Vep not door paints brothers nnd sisters but llva so you can moot Annie whore parting Is no more Earth has lost one look of giadnum Heaven Hemit to us more nr Since the spirit of dear Annie Tool Its honioward flight tram hero SIll Is gone but not forgotten Never will her memory tadu Sweetest thoughts vill over linger Around the grave whore she WM laid Two Sohcol Mates LULA AND BERTHA w RALPH Nov 6Meeting begins at A4 burg church Sunday Drs O 1V leash Owonsboro James Ellis Madisonvhio McDonald Md Edg WWteslIlo were called to see Mrs Renda 1Vado who Is very low with Typhoid fever Mr and Mrs Chas Westerltald- Madisonvilte visited Ill and Mrs R F Taylor from Monday till Wed nusday Messrs Robert Taylor and Ronda Wade lltsmssOO their school this week on account of the illness of Mrs Ronda Wade The debate at Taylortleld Is progressing nicely There Is considerable dissatisfac tion In this district on account of the location of thu Bolmort school houx Mr Leach should order us 4 boat for the children to allay In Clock Keeps Running HM lie problem ot porpetual mo lion been unexpectedly solved This Is the question everyone la asking who has been the wondorful clock In the residence of H J McRoberts In Standford Ky Its a cluck ot ho ordinary eight day variety One day about six weeks ago the clock began to strike tho hour of ten but It kop right on striking until Lt rechMl 120 There Mrs McRooorts jammed a tpox ell In the wheels of the cloth and stopped the works After tl Limo she pulled Oho ponoll out and the clock iboganl running Jl has boon going now for six weeks without beIng wound It keeps correct time but falls to sound the passing of the hours by striking The Coffee Shrub As ft rule the coffee shrub first flow ere lu its third year and then bears only u small crop of fruit The fifth year Is usually the time of the first considerable yield In Java three gath Brings are made annually called tbb early the chief and the crop but only the eecond is ot greatI Importance The flower enjoys hut a very ephemeral existence U8 the set tllog of the fruit generally takes place within twentytour hours and thE pet ala wither and fall o almost Imme- dlatgly s A coffee estate In full flower Is n very beautiful sight but Sts glory is very soon pastWestmlnsterGn- zette A Witty BUllgatlon At the time when Tbaddgus Stevens was n representative In congress n member of the house who wasnote for his uncertain course oo all questions and who confessed that ho never investigated a point under discussion without finding himself neutral askedI one day for leave of absence Mr Speaker said Stevens I do not rise to object but to suggest that the honorable member need not ask this favor for he can easily pair oft with himself Few Wits filmI was confused for + bit I CODt fees but It took me on a moment is collect my wits herYea Jt couldnt take any than that Go on Cleveland Leadert MuruHI Man J cant say lveDoyertolda lie Say the rest otit j But 1 nervetell mad a bigger us- ahia I think belletePlttab- urrt i JI I 1 L z e IPIIV i The House of tj f QUALITI IIl ft r THE HOME OF LOW PRICESJr FOR Dry Goods Clothing kr Shoes Hats Ladies ana Gents Furnishings IS THE NEW yORK STORE r BRING YOUR Old Rubber Boots Shoes ana OLD BRASS WE PAY THE HIGH EST MARKET PRICE FOR SAME IN CASH AT I II SINEW YORK STORE Hartford House Buil- dingHartford Ky fiET YOUR hUN READY FOR FUN Game Season in Kentucky Opens November 15 With Promise of Good Sport Y Sales of firearms for hunting pur poses are increasing dally In the stores devoted to slwrtsntona goods because of the approach of the game eason which opens In Kentucky Nor ember 16 Over in Indiana the sea son opens rive tore earlier but that will not do Kentucky sportEtllen much good ns Indiana imposes a license ot Iii on a nonresident desiring to bunt game In that State And the Hoosier officers are 6Owatcbful and so strict In enforcing the law there are tow poachers In those game preserves The season for duck and for snipe hunting Is already on but the rsogu lar season tor all winds of game door not open until November 16 Rabbits squirrels and quails are three hints of game most found today In the forests and fIelds of Kentucky The protective game laws continue to make this species of same 6urrlcljUlUyplfmtlul to satisfy portsmen not desiring bulging bags of game and the coming season promises good sport all over the State T FAIRVIEW Nov 8 =A large crowd attended church at this plow Sunday Every body come bock the first Sunday k1- DOOOfDbor Misses Maudo mid Grace Wilson and brother Sammie of DersburgTqrmv- lstb2d mlaJvM IntbLs lJto1gbOOr hood lasCrwoec Their tat4er Mr George Nilson has recently momod balk to this Vicinity bite John A Miller Louts lllnvisit eel Mr J R Wilson and fAmily Friday night Mrand MrsJG Wilson and daughters Misses Josie Leona and tChristine and son Jlminlcvis4tod Mr and Mrs John MYOrs Sunday Misses Ernio Cox uoaano and Iva Cummings Salons vlaib3l Miss Stolla- Crwnas Sunday Mtses Myrtle Brownd and Boselo- Kt Actoa visited Miss Dora Faught Sunday c Misses Jesslo RMoy Uockport and t q Tto w t Vada fonder heaver Dam n1tonduds I church hero Sunday They are visiting Miss Iktislo RalWUOIlJno iLittle Miss Laura VhLte Jsltoo bLot sister Mrs Beasle F Moxley Shnovc II Actpn visited Misses Ida SundaylltlSSl6Wilson Misses Sa Eunlco and MaggIe Wilson Monday night H01l9Dranchifthls nelgbborbood for sovoral weeks returned to Horse Branch Kill One a Week Lexington Ky Nov G1lnrgJs clan i men are being klllad at the rate of one a week In Bnoathftt county RC I that county who says that on Quick that county who says thta on Quick sand creek in Drmthltt afore have boon tour men killed during the last four weeks and all of thorn are known ns Hargis mn- I He says the kllllns of John Abner was simply an outcropping of the 1torfriendly to Ed Callahan and the tate James Hargis As to the killing of Matt Craw ford who was also known na a Har gis man ha said that tho fond hall nothing to dO with this affair it IIbavlng gut of the wilak mse In Dr01tbtt I peal Estate 60lAcrcs of the finest Rough river i bottom land located three miles west of Hartford About 20 acres In culU- vation Good dwelling and out build- Ings A bargain for 11260 I We have 460 acres of fine bottom land from one and a hIM to two miles of Hattfoid put of It with tiplandt Terms easy S R I 180 Acres at land two mtls south i of Rosine on a tree delivery route utIlandabout20rest of it fairly good upland FIve rt twoobarnsdid orchard never failing well In Yard Jand horse lot and spring la easy reach of the house In good repair Must N besold and rill beteold at a bar alaJAPpiYto ARNETT s SMITH IHarUord JC7tR x t 4 1 t 1 c Y1 J