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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fa 1crrtfed ftqublicauI GOOe Job Work D VOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL Ti1E PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription I per Year fVOL x IIIHARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 18 19111 Nu181 SEVEN ILLON POD SOLFS A S of t Tobaco in Ohio McLean and Hancock At Same PrIces Paid to Gree River GrowersDeal Clos ed Tuesday At a meeting of the sales con ntitttks of a Amordcan Society of t Equity of ck tcLoan and Ohio oounltJos h d at Owensboro on Tuesday a deal was consunllnalod whereby the 1J0 crop of tobacco j pooled with the Soclrty of Equity In the three counties wns sold to- Iessrs C E Martin the Impurlal- nnd I tho Anurlcn Tobacco company to be delivered at places to bo desig- natod by tile sales committees for pricos ranging from 9 to G for tilt I h lUll and lugs and 3 for the trill Thu Davless County Salus Commltv b i has not meta The deal involves about 7000000-c pounds of dark tobacco and Is ono of the larguat that has been mad In fiats section during tho pr+ sent y lrThe sales com lUe of thu AmllkanI Society of Equity and Warohotwo company for Davless county did nct hold a mootlDig to rt cuive bids for the salu of the pooled tobacco in this county but the com 4 MonIdayby the pooisrs of tcLml lianoch and OhIo counties The doWlso f the sale have not all been decided upon Ily the sales come mattes of hto three oountcs but a meeting was hind at thu Amrul can Tobacco oompans otrlccs at w Owensboro on ThurSday morning fur the purpose of completing the dctal1s of the sale How t r bI1IdooJdcddooldL upon Is the signing of tile papers cementing the sale TIIQ sales commltteS sold tho hold Ings of llaneeek county aggregating 2500000 pounds totha mperdal to ho dellvI at liawesvillu and IcwlsI1OrltIThe pooled crop of McLean county Ias sold toU E lIassl1J for the IAmerIcan Tobacco company and CI Mr Iassl s to receive 2000000 pouncls to be delivered Ilt Calhoun Livermore and Curds dlle Mr Martin ls to rCehe about 800 000 pounds to bo deUXlod ot SaI cramonto The Ohio sales comm lte had not decided upon the place of deUvUlIS of the tobacco above Hartford but tvJll probably have it delivered at Hartford but the holdings below Hartford will b dcUvOlod to Livermore v 1 The pooled crop in Muhlenburg county aggregating 1200000 pounds will be received by C E Martin at SacremontoEmpson Shaw sortdrny and Price Baird president of the Home WarhOuse company and J W I Dunn president of the American So clot of Equity who compose Utu salts committee for the Davioss county pool will nt their next moot lag place the tobaooo in Iavlcss county and designate the placcss to which it slrulh be delivered bestdca accepting t1 athOY thmk to bl to the best pdvantago to silo ptoolers but the prtco whin be no 1 than that received by the otter cots ties During the meeting of the home Warohouso company iud the Amen can Society of EquIty Dot Owens 7boro Tuesday roomIng bmetsoti soorotlr1 lf thti Home 1Vare house oonWany made oho starring t atatomont that the Green River 10 bacco Growr8 AssoctatOOn had not only sold their years pool for 9- dqwn to 6 for lrof lugs and 3 for traah but Also that a binding agreentont bread boom made undrt whloh the peal is to go to tho sama- purchasOra cracliyatr and always at J thou a prrca Ho staV thattliul t same agrootnaat Was opbn for thone tJPbln iotthq organizations hcmdn Son Tduo after was votlOd down 7 It was thc 1voloedto havo th Y bu e 018 of tobacco bid on the pooled crop and to Socll the pool by eountfes- ye pS- i It was alo ngrOOd apart Ifthe allS committee had not kloso1 a contrnct by Docember I that the OolNs- I would be at Ubertto clJcJtm oof crops IndivIdually The mooting well attended Owensbcad gur Figurehead of Kentucky Kentucky s to have the figurehead of the batUeship named after thl state naan ornamord for the DOW fleenc crated and packed is now Nowport News ready to be shipped to Frankfort as soon as the State signifies Its m llllngnra to pay the freight charges and accept the loan of the souvcnlr of the big flootlngf- CTUesS The capital comlssIon hold a meeting Saturday morning to discuss thJ aecophnco of the figure htud and it will ba ordered sent this week The tlgurohead is made of bronze awl weighs nearly a ton It will bo put inside the capItol perhaps although there was some sug gestlon that It bJ put on the outside approochjwill bo srtUod later The national government removed tie figur hrnd and Congrusinan John tngloy Wilted that Itb loaned to Kentucky Tho request Was granted on eondi that the state officials accJltcd 1tion GREAT TIME FOR THE KENTUCKY BAPTISTS AnnulThree Days This Week hi Tho General Assocltalon of the Baptist Church of Kentucky convened Its nanual meottng at Oynllana Ky Wedncsda Thursday aiid Friday November 16 Ii a 8 This Is expected tobe the larg andmost successful gathering in history of the church ot Kentucky It is scat I by the ROY W D Pow ell corresponding secretary that roe poets this year will show the largest growth and the largo t number cc church s built for a number of yers The Baptist church in Kent eky had at last reports a ntembrship of 2G2G3 In Kentucky Each church Is entitled to one msng r at the meeting of the association and one addlonal member orf tacit additional 200 In arcs of a membership of 100 In addition to this each of U10J distrIct asscdadtons is entitled to one mt3lcngor for overt 600 members Tt ore are seventyseven churches In the etnw J A Booth of Taylortdlle is mcd rator of the aBoc1at1on and J L HIII Is clerk Every Baptist church In too Unttod States Is Independent In tsolf land no action con be taken at the conforcnco that Is legally binding on any church belonging to It The association will lacer roporta- of Mme mission work in the South foreign mission work throughout the world and of colleges to Kentucky Rioters to Face Trial Modco City Nov HcJrcular lot ters condemning In strong trnts the recent d1101U1trntionsof students against Americans horo wore read in all tho liubl1c schools and other odu cvtional laatitutlons under Govkatn mont control to Mexico City today Tho letters were signed by the btla- ltttar r Public Institution given students wdohave been JI1 prison since the recent troubles were misasd today after being examined twenty of their comradeS were loss for unate and after being given a preliminary lloaring were sent bacl their places of extntdueraent to crania plat at a later date Send Us the News Our readers and friends wlll con tur a favor if they will bring stead tolorihono or toll us on oho street information of arrivals d3parturesOf- themselcs orr rrlendor pay other matters Hof interest for publtcattou The Ropublican tries eachr week to glvd just as much local and county news as and to do this wo muatbavQtur telunds tolluB of alai haPPenings If you do not sue Us call Phone 10 22 r I SGHOOLfiIRLS BOny tvaFOUNDIN WOODS Found Near Park After Sev DaysB Negro Woodchopper Arrested on Charge of Maltreating Little GirlStrong Evidence IAsbury Park N J Nov l3Them- altroato1 body of little Marie Smith a school girl of tt n who had been missing since last Wednesday was found at dusk today In a clump of woods not far tram her home Some Instinct scorned to warn her mother of how the search had ended for although an effort was made to shield her from the truth she rush ecl from the house and took In the full horry of the fact before sho could bu withhold Half falntdngshalt in convulsions sho was carried Into the house and thrro is grave ffir that she will die and with her life shod was soon to have brought into the world Chance discovered the body as chance had hidden It These seemcd to have been no effort at concoalmcnt The wind had strewn faWm lnvOB until their color so matched the brown or the child dross and her brown hair thatlS sho lay face down ward she was nearly lndiMinguah able from her shroud Searchers had passed again and again within twtnW feet of her In full daYlight during tho last three days and it was only a random glance sharper than the rest that happen 00onherwlth undarstnndingtbday Thomas W11f Lams known in the neighborhood liS Black Diamond a negro woodclwpper employed by the girls aunt has been ntlssng sine the same day on which Marie dl1rp- penrod A warrant was ssu d for him tonight and an alarm for his capture sent broadcast throughout the county and State Ills ax was found near tie body It did not need an autopsy to os tnblinh criminal assault Thu child was small for her ago and not strong but she had fought to utter exhaustion Tho broken sticks and trampled ground around her slowed that IS did hr injuries her gray skating cap and the blue ribbon sho wore III her hair had bilon tied tight about her throat but she had also born beaten on the forehead with acme blunt Instrument and the laves under her taco were frozen to- gethor with her blood In her struggle she was grasped by the hand with such force that a gold ring she woro had been flattened into the flesh Her arms wore badly scratched and there was a wound in the cartilago of her nose which surgeons say mum have been mused by human teeth shut down on it to cut oft her breath Marle Smith was last seen at 11 oolock Wednesday morning on her way to school two blocks from her homo The spot where her body was found is off her path and either aho must have boon mtlced Into the woods or picked up and carried bodUyIWllltams was arrested tonight In the last place where any OM thought to find hlm1Jls room The police wmt there to search for eVldnnce and found their man instead 1V11 flame admitted that he had not left the room since Thursday and the appearaneo or the room borshint out ILis suspenders were stntsed with what loot dike blood and a towel was found on which bloody hands seemed to have been wiped lvIbn placed under arrest the negro was In pitiable terror and would neither admit nor deny thoI crime with which ho Is ChaT uc1 Hej was taken quietly to jail and there was no attempt at lyoohngtllough I sentiment against him ran high To Have New Depot G D 11111 Chief engineer of he- Hendorson DlvIlon L and N managementi I 1Jaoonslructod the work aifowbgr has arrirod and It Win be only a ifew days until the work Is under way I 4- 7R LIFE WAS FULL OFROMANC And Successful in All Un dertakings Something About the Life o f Governorelect Hooper of Tennessee Knoxville Tenn Nov 15 iIHOOper the t of TIltllsa was found pn the streets of Knoxville less than forty yeses ego Thu wait wloso parentage Is nct known was committed to the care of an orphan asylum whero he resolved his early traIning Whon howas ton years of ago ho attracted thu attenIon of Cart Hooper o Newport Tenn who gave him an education and Ills name and before ho was twentyone years of age he bad bt1l graduated in law with distinction While ho had achieved some lllslill- ct1on in his home countyhaving been sent to tile State Legislature for two torms Hooper tens not known gen r aUy In the state before lie was nomln- atcd as the Republican candleLtte for Governor He is a succesful lawyer and Is consldrI1 wealthy lie will bu Uf first RJjubIJc1Il govrnor Tennessee hs had In many y rarsard the third In the history of th tdate- He was the choice of the Indopn dent Democrats IS well as his own party and hs campaign has bran a remarkable one Although rtnnes see is a safely Dmcoratlc seate h has received the support of sonic of the lading Denwcrni and on ocr rump where he has SPOktn Cent der ate tetErans have sat on thu hInt form Hooptrs career Ills btm romnntlc and spectacular stlfUr In an or phan asylum mid finally leadirg to tire goverrurs chaIr lie is a strlk lug figure la n romance which led to hIs leaving TmuJSSL for the wtwhere ho grimly doterndned to quake good From a small Iavtunh mt 11 made a fortune In a few tnooWas and returned to his hone to tunOSJpractice his Latter hJ married Miss Annie Johes daughter of one of the WOLlth1st men ill ron nssee lie has four nttmcl children Hartford Pooled Tobacco Sold Mr Dudky Ford has ruturnd from OWLnsboro and Informs us that the Hartford pool cf tobacco was sold Wtdnsday nt OwunKboro and that Uta tobacco delivery will btgln on er about the first of Deeennber Ashort time before wu went to press on Thursday Mr Ford tried to telephone to Owonsboro to ascertain to whom the tobcnco hd ficen sold but wo were unable to got the name How ever It Is sold Tl1o Cromwell pool will probably be sold this wok Tho partos aroI now at work on the dual and It is thought for sure that the deal will bo closed in a tow days if not this nook Mr William Addlugton ofI Matm1Z1lS aooompanlcd Mr Ford to OWlDsboro this week and was prix eat with him whoa the Hartford vool deal was clcsodILATERA telephone message from Owensboro lata Thursday afternoon was to the effect that the Hartford pool had ben sold to the AmorlI can Tobacco Co and will bo duUn oil at Hartford If Miss Iva Taylor Married Tho following from the Arizona Republican concerting the ntarrtago IJ- fMIssla Taylor daughter of 11r andI Mrs Robert Taylor who formerly lived plies but now reside on their farm at Matanzas will bo of intdtst to tier many friends 1n this city 1IdI county Tlw wedding tools place It Phoenix ArIzona on Nov G John Nichols and Mlss Iva Taylor tmdayIIntimate friends and tolatlves of oho bride and groom were Lewis NIchols 11 brother of the brldogrocm Mrs Flint a sitter atlas MI1irld jiar Young113oUt I Ir j known In the city and country Mr Nichols Is a prosperous ranelma living wost of the city Thu bride for sehooEen in theIr honor today by Mr And Mrs Nichols Returns from Black Patch Mr Andrew E Olenn corporal In the local military company Co 11 Third K S G returned Sunday uf- ternooll iron Otter Ponli Ky where for the past several months the IUlR boon on achy guard duty guardln- Mlitun s Ollivcr an atlutd oonfcs1nd night rider and a wbtntS for the Commonwealth of Kentucky In night rldvr trials now pnddrg in thu courts of Christian county Mr GInll has been relieved from fUrUlr duty for Utu present and 1t glad to get home as soldering In the night rider district is not all fun at Its bus t and It grows worse In this wInter time There are yet two mI1lbdS of danrpany II on duty lit Ott r- MessrsPond Ira Moxy and Jan- tLewisf s Wanted Best Paper WI nru glad to place Oil our sub scrlptlon Ilst till name of Mrs A lV- Bennett of Lawton Okla Mrs lieu n tt wrote to hr I11cthr airs T J Sntlth city to send her 1111 best- paper that was pubtlsh d at Hartford and accordingly she rune to Thu Republican office this Wj k and told us to strcl It Mrs Smith coan- plim meal our papr tvey highly and we LJlIHlatd It PHARMACY BOARD WINS A VICTORY Druggists Can Sell Only on a Prescription Declares Supreme Court The State Board of Pharmacy won a victory in the Court of Appeals when the case of Katzman vs Come monwcaltl1 front Jefferson was affirmed TJIO effect of decision is hat IL druggist cumot sail morphine or oilier polsolls to anyone except upon the prescrildion of a Idhyslclan- Katzman is a druggist cad le was Inddctd upon information furnished the oI1l1ll0Ilwulth Utru tie State Board of Pharmacy for selling nerve phtne to IL limn without tier written preserIptlon of a pllysdchan ud with out satisfying hlntsif drat the poison was to be ussl for legLtimats purpos 1 anti with the knowledge that It wits Intended for smokIng purposes or ha bitual use Attorney for lalZmmn contended that tie wortls retain and llIllIlIlat pm pats HI us d In see 2630 of till Kentucky Statutes wore too Indefinite and uuartatu and therefore the statute Is invalid Thu court hold In an ol14USth epiu lon by Judge Carroll that till language of the statute Is sufficiently specific and upholds the fine Imposed on Katzman This Is a Mast case and one that all the buttes class of druggIts have been urging for along time Appoints Waterway Delegates lfaor Jamtss H Williams has received a communication from William G Kavanaugh president or the Lake to the Gulf DLlll Waturway Association appointing himn It delegate to the fifth Annual Contoflt1on of this association which Is to bu held lu StiLouis thu 25th and 26th of thIs month The letter also authorized the Mayor appoint front tlra to ten other der legates to attend the eomenion which i moats In the armory hall and for which elaborate preparations for the entortalrmtmt of the dkgILltIS art being made The Mayor npllOlnted the following pMSOns as dulogaliti to attend with hImself lIon n E Le- Slmmermut Co1 O M Uarnult Mr John T Moore lion H P Taylor- lion J E Pegle Capt William Foreman apt S K Cox Judge R Wedding Col T J Smith and co1lc JW Ford I Pollocka Candidate Wo are pleasexl to lunn that Mr Robert Pollockof Mclhmrr will make the race for sccrl1tlrytnlasurcr of Dlatrlet No 23 Until Mine Work ors of Annorict Mr Pollock has done a great deal of work for oho upbulldhg of labor organizations and would mako n worthy and competent official J n COOPER DECLARED NOT GUILTY Famous Tennessee Murder Case That Cost Patterson the Govern orship now a Matter of History Na hl1h fllll Nuc IRoblll J ooJr chargd with the murder of Snutor gdwalll Wald larmacl tens givur a vrrdct cf tot guilty In- tho rilllllal curt the morn kng all recouun udatiuh If Atcrzay G utrak i U Andrsan Thus was brought to n close the final chapter lu Otte of the most oulebrated cases known to tile annals of the courts of Tennessee In striking contrast to to scenes snaking the first trIal of this case when the court room was packed al most to suffocation by those pager to hear everyy word of UH evidence there wore only u fw persons prsent Coun sill were probably the only persons there particularly on alCount of this caseRobin Cooper cam Into tht court saint mLntuoS before the time for court to convene and took a seat at the table behind tile raILIng Judge I M Andersen General W 1i- 1Vasliington harls N llurehIudga- M H lllcoks and Judge r C Brad ford enterd the court room and took seats at the table Thera was no counsel associated with Attorney General Anderson for tll + State and ho sated In recommending late vverdict- of not guilty that no human being had saId one word to hln In connJC- Uon with any prosecution during the two and onehalf months that lie haul- bean Attorney GIltrnl Vernon H Sharpckrk of the Cor- lmlnal Court called the ease of Robin J Cooper about 930 oclock arts several minor matters had been before tile court Attorney Glllral Anderson stand that lit would like to have a jury for the disposition of this case and jury No 1 was clIII Flit twelve nl l11 flied Into tilt jury box There was cougllete SlllIIC ill the court room as tie Attorney General arose to addrte the court and said hi hnd n recohr- wanchttiou lu ibis case to nri 10- tho scent Judge A Il Nell then slated to Ut jury that in t Ieat of UH SUit 11111t of the Attorney General the sworn offl- COl of the State uld In view or the further teat that here 1s no ftx tsar silent reds to prcxaut + th Cost the jury would return u v rdlct- of not guilty whIch was accordingly doneCounsel for tilt dcf use lord nothing to say during tips ucedings and at the conclusdon Gonral 11ashing ton arose and atatd to tll a court that ahoy would retire The defendant lot the court room with his rnunsal Senator Carnnack was kl1loo on- Savtnth avuttue In this city on the evening or the ninth of Novenber1- 90S Fund for Normal Presldcnt II Ili Cherry of thv- 1Vesturu Kvutueky State Normal School Howling Green Ky is- n rocdJll uf n later front WlcklIffJ Itose secretary of the Board of Trustees of the Pllootlr Fund In which official notifications gives of ale contribution of 20 000 or the Department of Domestic Arts and Science of the local Institution J Wild Turkeys Stock d Thu Northwest states may bastcck- ed with wild turkeys ill the nuar future for the benefit of silo rts nlll1 Gene Sluqsan a pheasant fanclw Corvallis Ore has turnedd his IL- tttnUon to the propagation of thI groat game bird and so far has bran very successful He hM Uw nssumnce that If U11 birds can bo raised in captivity tUld are round to thrive In that climate a ueighborlrg state wlll oocure lL large quant1ty of the turkeys to stock Its wild lands Oregon too very likely wlll add this new game bird to- its ready Sine supply of similar attractions far sportsmen i 4r J v ff rh Tr i i 7 w THE MEN WHO NEVER SPEA How The Trappist Monks Live Under Vow Of Silent Working Ten Hours Day in the Fields and Workshops A grow of silence No moat 11th eggs or wine tany- time tidy ono mead a day OOIIiSist1ng n- vogetablo soup bollud lm and rice from nuII1 to twenty OUD OS al togotbor During Iort only no meal ot brood and water FrtYJuert fasts Froquout and Ilro1ongl devotion with ponan us for the 811ghbt fur gotulness Prayer at 2 a In Rise at 4a m winter and Glummer Work tun hours n day jn Ciroflold- 0i workshois To bad on a hud plank at sun dnwlIIPmy six hours a day As the bells In roha town of Goth samnfo abhuy chimed 12 oelock tho glint gato of the monastery swung OVQD and Count Eduard du Ilourbon- a dctcondant of the old royal house or Franco I3anan do Saumur n Bol Klnn noblomau antI Oscar Dachstotz a former prlvatc In theo United State- army strode out in single 113 writs- Karl K Kltuhea In thu New York World Tlwy wore drussetl lu monk lilt garb their triads covorad with hugo IJrO1dlJro1Jnll1otl hats Oert- holr ahouldors Wdle longhladed scathes that flashed as the surIIgh struck thulr steol The Ulroo men n dreundaatt of kings a noble lord lloT1ll a former private oohUordoffed their hats to m smiled arKl con Unuud their oourse down Oe long av uruao of alms that stwtchffi from tl gluts of UH monastery tJ the count pikeHardly had troy dtaaplaearal own the road when the groot gato again swung opon and Il dozen more men Hlmllarly clad and with various tarm- imploments emerged and atmdo off awlfUy In Uu same dlrucUon Tdiuy dotted their hats to me casts In his turn and sand rot a word did they nnSIr to nay salutatloas Tdiay dared nut For they wero JIIalllJors- or true Trappi ardor lddged to sl- lonce for Una ruinalidnr of UHlir days I was before the uhonastury ufGutli- snmLuIetlao Ordor of tho roIhurIJoJIItwulvt millS fro Iktrds town Ky- yho great gatea of tin monast ry- nlas3cl On It Lr bnldlctters Mns tuft following iUKcIJltQn Women Art lorblc1t1l tind r Pain of Excomttmultxttiqu to lntr This nutl A boll rote was elrse II und In anttwea to Its ummonl IU old gray hrt1ll1 uioukLit part ropen d the trans and adidttnal me I was thcvi lu tits cleitter of tlau 9mpplsts tau stranaa and Ipast ktown of of tellJIons olda In AnHrlcl todbty The cloister was durld All of the nfn0tyoil monks who utake up thin order wcra lu the lards or Work adops except the llOrtA1 aid Use h1LOltmll1tI It would ltave make lIfllkJ IIJrCurucc1 it they had hen thou for nut IIIIIJ word would they hayu tattcrea or Ups nlrtc1lodll only UIO lorter gUlflUIIRstr and ahho are allowed W slxaiE Tho OJIIIR aro net only uida rows to ILJpoua1 and xtrin p0vaty chastity industry Itnratlou peuitenco anal 6uh1ll18- sl1Jl but to evaat9asting silence In fait a utedlLLss word uuhtails It severe lMashnce and rWnoraa They spend their days iu Jdae fir lds and work a daors of the abbey rising nt Iocloclc in the morning and 2thlng IIt sundown the abbey of Gethsemane Ian Self stutuining Institution EIthlng- k honks require Is raised or lIudQ- ou tie 2000acroa of beautiful Kentucky farm country that surrounds the monastery And not anialthey fwbllitleH W speak to anyone hilt Ahoy are not allowed tv read anything except the olll hack 111 the lionatatea y library Even letters or JUIWFJJaJlJ1I UN not allowed to enter tho silent plaaa It Is doubtful IfIthroe men lu lobo abbsy know lutnlo of 11J pruslaLent or the lTnlul States 05 the i Varnor of i3entueky All tllndtr and cympatlatlc eliotkna which In this Ufo visit tho human 11U1rt ure suppress d The deaths o- naarcat f and dOBfwl rolatlvcs arena er IIJIJIoOunccd to thom Forgotten by the world thOY Utenaselvse target tho trahrld Among their number fire many utaaa ot UsUnguiskgd careers many who have horne UtC3 A once cde t li Sl Sratod operatic tenor dlodamo ig the monks a tow years ago The on pr tho toundor or the famous Sunny thanKa YOM a l1l A farmer who drove roo ovct to tho monastery from BnrOOtown and Who knowli naro about the monks than anyone trio country round po out the former Count do Douthon Baron du Saumur and Oscar Bach Thereatamany others n thor oarly days in thIs UvlIJI tomb Too guostmastora Frotwh monk uxpulloo tram Lo Trappe by the ra- ooot action ot tho French govern neatskowed me around the abbey First wo wont to the church here the monks errand cue=fourth of thou Limo Insllcnt prayer and moditatfton- t 1Ve vfeltad the dormltcrlus 1Vhr- thxy sloop on hard planks in uttle starts not unlike tltosa to bt found at 1tJl aummrr bathing buachas A single blanket a washstand and hard plllow Is all each one lass Not oven a chair Is placed in thuatatts for tsekr xnnfort In the IJOWctor two monies were setting tta tnblS for Uw mldd1Y rottlth only mat1 In twul1locour hoWl for the mom bus of the order The odor or vog table soup could bo dooot11 irons the kttchJ and that with brJadI bolted In wnLr and a lltU13 the orally faN In LOJlt only br xnd wnt1 are partakon of and th are friiufi t oth r fntJ In spits of this SJ11Ing bartishfl- tiro s Trappist monks art natvt fo thor lialth and vigor and tlha goodly agO to which they live Win late- In tie nttorlwan wt went into Ut I shops and out Into the n Jds where sthe monks WQ3 nt work 1 was nston slopn1ensand the is atthy color of UI dr skin Nearly aU of them are good spud mono of physical manhJdITire only roanrs to UIO abbey tta are comfortably furr18hudoltho U AItthe curer roams are isu Jelly except for wcodtn tables and char I anll llIIJlloJl Jnseriptons on thu walls ThI is a musty odor tllat Huns to pomade ovcrything and it isla great reUef to get out tntp thI gtomatrly ISjItsI hundreds ct cattle graze and sonic of the tinust farming country in thui Itat of Kentucky The Trappists ar IIOd farmers Tlscy also snake tine butts und chaise some of which is I said In the markets In loulavlll Fuw Lstcrs go to G tthauman I any more Bardstown the nearest town Is t velty mils away making a visit a rather dlCCJcult task Years ago what James Lan AlIjJl wrot descriptionns ninny s StJ1tosllJut11hou till naaniburs of tLr3 order Ill tly mo lair to rest In the littls coils dory oullld ttho 1II0naswr walls Tlwrs the orlglial fonrd of the abbey are burled and tlae inscriptions on the tumbstoiws arc asII strano IS the customs behind walls TILe abbey owes its direct origin to the abbey of la M ldlloratln Us3 InIsl1tuLiol1the Irlnoh government back In the early forties to lay the foundation for Il monastery of tlldr older on property situated on the island of- Mhtrtlniquo I given to them by Louis Pll1llPIli After the down of the plan i monarchy the original was abandoned In favor of a colony In 18s1uJtabUshod Tho Trappist order was found tho Twelfth century Raton coun of Perche built tlw abbey of Notre Dame do la MalsonDluu do la Trappe In 1140 at Sol gnyLoTiuppo a village of hauteParolee depart mont of the Orne named IaTloaPIoJ after the narrow gorge which forms Its Intronco cemlrltaJpla to n krlap door During tho Muddle Ags the mmnaaaory was captured and 111 lag lid ninny times and Jt was not until the mWdle or the seventeen QI con ory that the order was ymt ow a firm basis and spread to other lands Ac cording tea tire storkS of the tine Armand Jeon De ltanc a wild young aobl men and lterotlUary abbot of La Trappe rehablUatl the monastery which tad long since fallen to decay because his mistress the Duchess of RolatnJ1onbazon had proval uu true lie wlthdruw from all worldlY pln8uros gathered n bland ot mon k nbeut hint and revIved the Cdsterd- dlsclllInl n at the old monastery His followers took an obligation ot par potual sJkmco and vowed to oat ntUwr flails fish nor eggs nor drlnk rantofuntil Napoleon btermo nperpr oft Franco their ceder P1Oll1oo Ho was not In Bympatbyrith officer lwwover and ho rarnflscatad thlr- LpnoPo andoxpollod them trod the country The return of the Bourbons per ntttetl the Trappists to reoccupy the UlOnClStorYI and during tbaa early paart lot the lt century they grWO soanll monastearhtuttedwore founded In various parts ot the atonldrtheabbey ol Oeths mano bo- I lag one or thorn Whm thv arpaln Uan ot tad church and state teas of tooted in Ftranax thrcn ynrs ago th- soveria monasWfus throughout tho republic sad one in Algiers were Seized by the government and the monks were expelled A largx num her d the tncatks have Como WAmor rlea most of them lomtAng at Trace die Nova Scgtla and at Ovthscnrano IA visit to too latter nbbYo s like stoppreg back Do thoUSllld years Into Trappist monlro ry at oa a tow mllos from MolIlltrtICanada- An Ideal Husband Is patient even with a nagging wife for ho knows she heeds hole She may be so nervous and rirn down health that trifles annoy her It sheI to melancholy excitable troubled wits loss ot appetite headache slooPlosa doss constipation or tainting and BitIwomen Thousands of suffer = clailing female troubles JIerous- troubles backache and weak kidneys have used them and become healthy 60crSatisfaction guaranteed by all drug mra The Great Youths Companion nd Uretyear equal to four hundred ordinary maguzhl pages The youths Compan oftover I before but the character at th p Ila pars contents remains the saml and the subscrlptlcu prier 170 Js till changed Every boy will eagerly look for Use articles on sklU Ill sports anti pas taunt and how to develop It The girls will find many novel and practical suggestl01ls which will Iw helpful III their dally me For the family In general lints for the profltaablu occupation of winter uveninga for lncrca lpg the happl- nays and comfort or the household i This roadlvg Js all In addition to the ordinary treasury of stories ar ticket by celebrated risen and women unolualod miscellany the inyalenaabl doctors artlclo the terse riotl9 on what Is going on In all fiends of human activity IIt will cost you rrthing to send far the bauUtul Amtouitomert of The Companiosi for Hill andu will send with It sansplu coptli of tip paper subtscriber for 191x1 reclIlcs fret aU the rnmalnlng 4sue of JHO including those containing the cprning chap I tors of Grace Rlchmollds serial story Outrs alsoj11911 lIthogmllhed In twelve colors and gold THE YOUTIIS COMPANION 144 Berkeley St Dosten Mass New Subscriptions Rucelvel It this Office Why One Girl Failed She fIt degraded boenusa sho bad to earl money She looked upon her employment ns a malt blft until she could find a man willIng to marry and support hor- I Whoa also had mistakes pointed out to bar she resented t as I personal matter She never permitted business to In pleasuretup night and was dull next day In consequence She used the telephone to ray we oral calls durIng busIness hours SIlO dressed lIke a cheap Imltatloe- ot a woman ol fashion ktattad of neatly and quIetly She asked indulgence on the Score of being womanExWomen Almost a million Women In the United States aroJ oitisea fannurs or tarns laborers Thanks to the povu- anlty of UIo homestead in the west and to abelated appreciation of- agrlclilture as u geld for nvpiOns Industry this number as rapidly In crustsdcu The United States how over has not gone so tar In thla respect as Thero In the dory sectouswoman bay o eJtdIe control of the herds not only tho but rrnaldng but tho mincing and feeding In Franca nUlrJy 3000ObO- wornon aro engaged in farm Work white In most of the QCuntrdot slofS f KENTUCKY FIRST ft 1N PRODUCTION Of Tobacco and Ninth in Corn Government Crop Report Shows Some Remarkable Figures About These Crops The tobacco crOp ot the United Stntesfor tbJsOJsa record break- m According totho Government crop report for Novcmbor It amounts to 967150000 pounds an increase of 17 793000 pounds over 1909 and 250000 000 larger than the crop of 1908 The crop ot this ycnr compares as- fo1lmtst Year Pounds 1910 9671500001909 919357000 1908 1907 6981260001906 682428530 1905 633033719 1904 660460739 Of the crop thIs year Kntucky pro- ducod 381024000 pounds or Just it- flscUon under 40 POI ant ot the total yield ot the country North cUO Una ranks next to Kentucky hlllng- n crop of 120600000 pounds Vlrgl- gln1a with 123318000 pounds ranks third Ohio comas next having a crop of475081000 pounds and then comes Ponnsylvanla rnlsoo 44liHOOO pounds The quality of the Kentucky crop Is 85 par cent and the yield Iler acre foundsWith pounds of Burloy leftover from the 1909 crop only n small partof which lies been sold sInce the de31son ot the Burley Society to begin selling It there are In the nolghnorhood ot O000OOO pounds of tobacco In Kentucky to bi markotP- dI this tobacco brIngs nn average of 8 cents a pound It means that 38000 000 will change hands from the manu faeturers to the growers The average farm price of Burley tobacco last year was 134 cents and the average farm value of dark about 68 cents making tho average farm value of the entire crops of the State between 814 and 812 cents In 1908 the average value to the former for tobacco was 01 carts In that year however the Burley crop was practically Cut out What ptscentage of the total crop Is Burley not shown by the preli minary report ot the Government Last year Kentucky Ohio and Indi ana ralslll 244400000 pounds of Bur icy and It has been otstlmatod that the crop of this year would run between 260000000 and 276000000 pounds According to the Novonber crop ro port Iehtucky rnscd Cl corn crop of 104076000 bushels this year ot S7 per cont quadty and II yield ot 2SS busi- tus Ier acre Last year the State had a crop of 1034i2OOO bushels 1111J08 84823000 bunlrel9and In JJG7 93 060000 bushels The Govennntent ca- Untates the crop of tho country It 3121381000 bushels the largest crop over raised by nearly 200000000 bushels Last year the yield was 2772376 000 bushels so this years crop Is hear ly 400000000 bushels larger than last year Illinois Is the banner corn State having a crop of 413751000 bushels Iowa como next with 343979000 sails sourl thIrd with 2jO 994000 Nebraska fourth with 207948000 Indiana lift with 201945000 Texas sixth with 169 328000 Ohio eighth with 143853000 and Kentucky ninth This Years corn crop compares as follows Years Bushels 1910 31213810001909 7723760001908 2668651000 1907 5923200001906 02921416031 1905 27079935101904 2467480934 The potato crop ot 1910 amounts to 328787060 bushels against 376 637OOObu8hels last year 278000000- In 1908 and 298000000 in 1- 907dASTOR IAFor Infanta and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought pears the- lgnatnrot of u Cheap Clubbing Rates Wo have made an arrangement wltl the publishers of the Inland Farmer of Louisville whereby we are enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper ono year for 150 The Inland Farmer le a weekly Jour nal and one of the beat farm papers published in the United States our readers should take advantage of this otter tN- YJ u a tI Y 4ra 1 LeTTT r t- F j 1 1 k PRINT Y 1 J I CARDS a EADS ENVELOPES CARDS I i BILL MEADS OTTERS o LETTERHEADS PROGRAMS 1 STATEMENT HEAD SHIPPING TAGS CIRCULARS LABELS BOOKLETS STOCK FORMS ORDER BLANKS CATALOGUES MORTGAGE BLANKS DEED BLANKS Superior Quality Prices Reasonable Let Us Submit Estimate ou Your Next Work AU Work Guaranteed t THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN ri o o ro2- 2Hartford Ky r t END YOURrMatheny Batts t Vanderbilt Training i t Schoo1 ELKTON = KENTUCKY 6 k tCKentucky and from six Southern 1 t+ states Equipment valued at 45 frr HeatIrOundings excellent No saloons Extremely healthful location 3 A 4 000 spent on improvements this summer IWe take boys from 12 years ot h age up If you want your boy carefully trained send him to us and send youngi of the school opens Sept 7 t Write for illustrated Catalogue it Address Communications to 1f MATHENY BATTS ftfht0 oI J k t A y nr iF 1l 0 jb dpGAME LAWS a ARE EXPLAINED Good Deal of Ignorance 0 4Ithe Subject fMany of The Laws Are Violated wdti By Therople Unknowingly 1tThore Is B lot of msappruhdnso about thu game Jaws or Kuni uokyan- Iilany Vcopta Vhilate the lawn unknow- Irigly Tho following dlg t gives a broad idea ol Immenae amount of at- tentlon the Llglslaturo has glron the y1tihobang wiped off thu faeu of true earth Thu deer nro aU gone Out tuw WildI turkoys art loft and then a ant Js Aden The main gamu lult Is quails and rabbits wttt duckS fin sa n In thu spring we thavo a fen dacksnipu but her and the wood cocks ara g stung scarcer every year Quail PartrldgJ or Phuaaantr person shall at any tame catch kU or take by means of nut trop box or snare or linvu sarnoin possession 1after having ben ao caught or tAken any quail kl11dI plmasant j Rabbits Md Gray SqulrrelsUntlor the Act or 1904 squlrroda ronnot bu killed between tho 15th day or SPt- OOlbtT and 15th day or November No- 1Jurson shall kill or vursuo with suet intent or ho In We possa 1an when so kUled and rabbit or squtrrel be- tvoen the 15th dy ot Sptcmbrx at tho 15th day or November In cacl y year Act of March 18 1904 No rJl eon wail ate kill or pursue WIth such latent or hvao the sanwinpos- csslontI after it has boen caught or killed any black or fox squirrel bet- weell the 1st day or February ant the 13th day ot June In each year Provided gray squtrrul may beMlle 44far protecUon os crops DoyeNo person sha11 catch or kill or purse with such intent or bnve in possession after it has ben rougbt ifnWild Geose Tat or Wild Duck No person shall catch or kill or pursu with such intent or bane the taule d- passmslon n after it bus been caugh t or kIlled any wild goose wood duc- lbitnl c or other wJlIl duck btdwetn th 1st dy of April and tho Hith day of August 1h each year- WoodcockNo person shall catch kIll or pursue with such intent or have the salvo In possesslon nrtlr Jt has been caught or killed and wood rock between the 1st day or February and the 20dny of June In each year Quail Partridge or Pheasan t NQ person st nil catch kill or pursue with such Intent or have the Santo ill poaset191an alter It has peen caught or killed any quaU partridge or pheasant between the 1st day of January and tho 15th day ot NoveniWr In tach year Possesalcn Witliin Prohibited Tim Evldenet or GuUtPlhu pos esslan of any of the animals or birds 1ntDd- cd to bO prctcctedbythis law within the periods for which their kJLUng or purautt Is hereby prohlblttll shall be prima facie evidence that the said animal or bird was unlawfully caught 1or killed and Iossessioa tjh roof unlawful Section 195- 0LICENSENonresdNnta Ct 25ii or same fee IlS retldunt or Kentucky I Is subject to In State of nonreakient- Expires ono yar frow datI of issuw NonResident runts to Have LI tcen6 It shall ho unlawful for any Iwrsan who Js n nonrtuldcnt ot tl1O- Statu or Kentucky to hunt nnjWh Jo within tho State ot Kentucky any of thu wild nl1lml1S fowls or birds that are protected during any part ot tie year without procuring a UCeDBO to tlo so and then only during tho re- apttcUvo periods ol the pair when It shall be lawful to do tiC Mexican War Story DnnVllle Ky rocruittd levies for both th6 Union and Con 1emto causes and utter the WAr was OVer trio veterans of both sides used to sit in the glow or the corncr grocery re story fire and rehlxuse titles of the great conlllct NlghtOltcr night they would convene htfe W expatiate onJ the dreadful bane sconce of wrhkah they wore eyowttisessas The adran tures were aglow with romance and hI IoaoY ahrorty laugh rang out over E4uIos thAt were just Ii bit exaggor toolUilo the carnage or slightly odUiod tJierti telUn g There wart one nuw who aljly ra- inI J silent and hd an ansiorTg way Qf toomil dtwh ct tiler- E 1auh bed into their I yarnsFrnUy- i i ther could a and hho prcaeure a- M1 4 A t 1 II l f O a r longx thoi askod him why It W08 that ho had ulathtng to say- Wannt yuh In tho warT they d UUlndad Ycsslr he nodded sagely I was WhatwaE- sMoxican T I t1O Odl the crowd exclaimed in a Now well have somothl rag nowa regular ioushg stets John puckered his mouth shlrtedI hIs knos and serat lied his head ho tried to rocJi some srrno or earnage that would thrill with the days f- Chaputcpecor ui GoD Scott strmth tIJtMollno del Itey Thtm ho sldtt- his quid to the other side of the jsw awl Bald Well r want to tat you tellers that IIIn that Moxic3n war we had aoit- d w mighty great exprlancL3 great yupthlDIt was the days wilen they had nuylaarrin I vs nrnt In many battle myself but 1 wanttotcll- fuh r was out lit a font on a moon lain down thoro trail here comonlol- lgy or the galdArnest mirstorms- nvar I heard tots ofl And that was CI rainstorm too life oyes kindled ho burt Into the total hilarious laugh ter his aids sheok and tLO wars rolled down ihfx choms- I But the v Pans ware spool wIth LndIg111ton when they rcllectod that the most thrilling stariu3 t oy could recount had Ifallw to bring n 1smile or word from thIs Modcan- ooltQHOJtr who booul1u aimoat hyaicrdad at the recoillction or ex perlcnolng tho goldarntat rainstorm Iho woe hrlord tell or in a WILt down MexicoNational MnguzzllU A Regular Tom Boy was Susieclimbing trotS and tences jumping dttchos wl1ltUng nhlaY got Ung scratdlos cuts sprains bruin bumps burns or scalds But laws I Her mothEr just nppUCd Bucklens- t Arnica Salvo and cured her quick Heals every thing heatableDolls Ul- I sets Eczema Old Sores Corns or Plies Try It 2c at all drug glsts UI I KENTUCKIAN MAY LAND FAT JOB I Former Congressmen Trimble and Kimball Mentioned For House Chief Clerkship Cdlalgo Nov 14Fonnor Congress matt South frJmble or Frankfort Ky assistant sEerotary or the DtI- mocrotJe Congressional Committee Is- tipped for duo Clerk National Ilous of Rupraen atlvts according to Poll tteal dopeeters at hoadquarto in thlH city Tllu ctilct clerkship Is the tUgl I eat honor the party has to bestow Friends of Trinnble have alrady star toll a campaign for him Jiu serve d six years in Congress and was Spcok- fI of the Kentucky ILouse or HopreS- CDtn vO at the time or the GOJbel lulling Former Congressman William Pros ton Kimball of Lexington Ky Is also mentioned in connection with thu House chief ektkahlp lW was th- minonity nominee for the place a- tho last csslon In Memory Of Lillian Jamison the little fou- ytxtl old daughter o Mr and Mrs Sam Junlson LillIan had not boil wall for sumo trait but was not se riously ill until a few days befur her dcsLtl On November the first It the closing of tho dny The death Angel vlsltro their Mme And ull1J n loved one away Lttto Lillian was a deaf Sweet child And lter loss they deeply fuel But UII God who lain bereft thaan lie can all their aIrows Iteal- Wuop mct dear Parents for your Kla- rung She is ristJng now oboyo And some ooy you can bQ wllli her Where all Is peace and lava GrIovg not dear little brother Too your slater yell stye no more She has gone to bu with Jesus Her short life hero Js ocr Friends and rolaUves remember What is our loss is Heavens gain And your darling Is sweetly resting Free tram all her suCCoring and pain WoO connot aoo why the things be But turf1 dOllth all things well whan he ts 3la the ltttio ones WO kngw with hixn they dwell wTltfonjJ be redto meet her Yber arting la no DOTer Bu lvhera theroJsp oe and happy Do1FJrOYaI and Forovat CORRESPONDENTs tlchnCr FLETCHERSeCASTO r fl pyfi r t GETS GOOD RESULTS FROM PUBtICIT- Advertising Should be Clear and Original and Sufficiently In teresting to be Read Paul c Gwhanlt advertising ma ger or ilhu Dallis Dispatch mud so rotary or rho Southwestern dlvsfo- 4f Askoaiatud Advertising club talk uJ to mlmxrs or the Topeka Athof Using club recently In 1gtW to the Sults to bu obtained through SS tyteuunnac advxfLIng- 1lr Gorbnrdt talked ot the hl Interest In advertising and Its re salts HIs chief points wore direct OIl to the advertiser himself In 1Irt Mr Gerhardt said Advertaing should bo clear lively nail original It should bo uppm asprlato to the size quality nnd stand- Ing or rho hough It reproscnSs 1 must bo surfIcIenUy Jn1rtsUng to b rood wlttli tatcrut In fact the vI rosYortieorIllnft bo suffduntly postal UII ou W subject that ho can talk IntJl- ostJlgly resmdlllg it Tlnore are two ends to bu nccom- p1lshootJlo future building up o ones business and Immediate results The former le tho morn Important What tho mlvcrUatr taus do Is place his busincsa before the pooplo In a way to build his reputa- tiom The biggest opportunity is the futurot1ho further ono bob ahead the grtsatar will be the trraul t ohtlnlilJusIt Is the man who leas not ad vrrtise or who doos not tlo tK per slstcntly Who will ho the first to fool the depression In tales of business adversity Mr Gerl1anlt rcfearred to the writ lug or advertisIng saying Bugln spontol1uoutil at the vital point An ntlnrtlscnHnt should not be wrItten to bo admired or for iI- terary show Results are what Is wanted They must bu written to set l the Goads Many ndrotJsUllltnts do not contain enough salesnansltip They should contain that which th- husinfss man would tllli thJ custom tr were ILA talking to lllm lace to Hackneyed terms would LH avoid od They weaken thu RIIlltl1 Sonic merchants arc toO genfoat other- use technical torus which the cus tamer ices nut understand Thus is harmful to that the outlay Is all ox- p51150 which cannot draw the saun results IS well wrlttn clru oem c11o and original alhtrtSllIhIIIl Catarrh Cannot Bo Cures with LOCAl AlILILAT10NS as the cnnnot reach the conIstltuUollaltaro It you must flake Internal TUlliO dies Halls Catarrh Cure Js taken internally and acts directly on tthe blood and mucous surfaces halls Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine It was proscribed by one of the best physicians In this country for ears tytcombined with the boot blOod purifiers acting directly on the mllcoJls surface The perfect combination ot producsrsuch wonderful results lit curing Cat arrh Send for testimonials fret F J CHENEY CO Props Ohiolby Druggists brine rue Tako tails mlllly Pills for constipation SThanksgiving and Bogus Blessings But n taw more clays till Thanks IOldlrthe Fourth or July or than W1Jhlng1- tw1s birthday Thanksghir wllh Its sweet savoring or the true but unof- flclal national bird Joao brown jK thtJI only typical American fstwal Other nations have their Fourths or their Fourtutntils or Julynoue has anything jut Rice our fballkfgllng day Its natural Few of t7um Imuflll much to bu thankful for as have w Few of theirs Juvu had tattlers WIUI8lirits stern enough to brood defiance to a king and steadfast enOugh to bravo unsl1nleil the dreary misery of a Val toy Forgo In making good that dot h- anca So when Wo come to oount our blessings Ute father of the republic should perhaps colas first Its no light thing to be able W boom fathers who wore willing to sacrifice to tiro- uttcrmoet fa our bqnJr to wolk un OOM1ngly to pay without stint to fight sturdily to die hucrru1IYQl1l I that wo might have iuetiting to be thankful for And them of course each of us has any number ofpersannl bkngstDb- othankCultar The moot unlucky or- uJ inn find eomobltsaisi JcoulLt In Uto aggregate You say that you arc r v rJ3 thankful that you have prospered lIS you hove or that you Juvunt dropped laveYmightbOdowg any rent harnL At least you play be thankful that you are aliM1e or=HOLD ON Vove heard all this before Vevo heard it ad nallfPlIl1 U this is the quitnrhanksglvhttintultivals For UItw thIngs nronotthu real thing in the way ot blOlslngJ It Is qua that thJ fathers fought for fast That xaei TEIEIR blessing nut ours Ours hangs Oil the quvsticn rt1hat hnvu wu dune to dtIl the sacrifice HIt made for us Have we indeed bean true to their trust Are Ire carrying on the torch untlll1l1l1Jd liars we anulatrd Ulunt In point ot idealism and sacrifice have wo rick fortune und Iltu even that our children may enjoy UH Ilbcr tty that our fathers bxlueuthrrl w use blare wo wen sacrificed mere personal camrort on the altar rat liberty If wo have uOtand God knows most ot ushnYCIIItwfl Imvl no right under heaven to claim thdr sacrifice as our lhankrglvllJg blSslllg Wc- r mast nuetty take n securgn ram tlrlo the money changers front time tunllu they built for us oTOro wocan with good grace count Ulelr insplrud sacrl rico as OUR benison Awl thosu pieayune personal blissI moneysi I they it wu have not the blessing or service at a touchstone to make Utent i root What are they df we have not used our money uusclilrtily oIr wu i have not used our posiUou to make I somebody happier If wehavu never llftetl a finger or walked a mile on b half or souIvano to whom Wo own nothing but thu common debt or man to man I IDlelngs Wh the turkey that for our thnnlsgllng dlnnr is more bl astxl than we The turkey fnl dying Ut wv mai br happy at symbolizes that splllt of sacrttichh wtdeh wo know so lino about its yet a week Or so till thanks OItI sJwill Inspire our hlll1rII1I chll I dun to Pisa up and call us bl11 t1 IlcraldsTo cure LeOrlppe and Colds in 24 hours take QUICKS Cold and lnOrippc Medicine TAIJLCTSI If your druggist does aotkeep them stud 2Sc 10IJ C Mendenhall Medicine Co Evansville and get them post paid Guaranteed I Plenty of HighSchools I IHIgh schools have l1on stabllghtI i the now law whlch ratuires that a high school bu lstnbllahld in cads county in Una stIte Ju all but flften counties and StIIS will b ta- ktn nt once by the llupartmdl of education to luvct tiroo cOILuties con havulintowhich imve not established high schools according to law to date all follows Floyd Jackson Knox 11I Leslie Owehy Rowan Jhnssall leyItor Trlgg Wayne I For Sale Real Estate I- GO Acres ot the finest Rough river bottom land located three ndles west culU11IIWo have 900 acres or flue bottom land from one acid a half to twO miles of Han ford part of It with Umber Also about 75 acres of up land belonging to tile same traot- 1orms eosy- U 180 Acres of land two miles south or noslnq on a free delivery route out or Beaver Dam t0 acres bottom land about 20 acres timber land and the rest of It fairly good upland Five room frame two story house two barns and good tenant house Splen did orchard never falling well in yard and horse lot anti spring In easy reach or therdiouse In good repair Must be sold and wlU be sold at n bargain frameIrooms and large recpUeon hall built out of the boot elected material SItuated on Clay stud Fedrlca streets larUord Ky Lot GOx2Q5 feet Fine well of soft water AU nocljSsary out buildings Terms reasonable Apply to BARNET7 FOSTER HnrtCoriJ Ky aaaa a tCThe Kind You Have Always Bought awl which JUtS beeu- in USQ for over 30 years has borne the slgnatnro or Dlul Las been male uutlcr JIII per tshlfsuieysaI AU Counterfeits Imitations and Justnsgooll arc hut I ExperimentM that trifle with and endanger thin health or- IntuntsI and CltllwcnExlCrlcnce utninst Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorln Is a harmless substitute for Castor on Paregone Drops and Soothing Syrups It is jltuSllIt It contnllls neither Opium lUOrllJtfno nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Wornls stud allays Foverisllmiess It cures DlnrrIuca aural 1Vind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Caastipatiou amid Flatulency It ttssIn slates the Food rgulaws the Stonuwl1 amid LotiveIs givlmig healthy uld natural sleep Time ChlJdrcus PutaccaTito lIotliers friendr GENUINE t CASTOR A ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THC CENTAU COMPANY Tr MUNNAYTNCCT NCW YONN CRT WANTEDaA RIDER AGENT r and exhibit ta a Ouruentseserywhereuek Whiptoallow TkN GAYS FIIE1 TlLlAL doting which time r r may ride the bicycle and tokeepWe furnish the hwit t1 e bigde II yoseible to make lutounite behind your bwtcle UU Sor Ittr a bicvde or a pr of tires from anyon 1 jectorPriemwhen nou receive our beautiful catalogue ant ttasdernlllowricet cultlt aldoeble our price Orders filled the day received ttCOND UANU JIICVCLES We do not regularly handle strond hand bicycles be usually have a number on hand taken In trade by our Chc rr rI srne Them we clear out at prices engine from sa to da or tIIIII Vecrlptve I js marled tree COASTER BRAKESsinglu trhrela Imported roller cluslns a 1N dub rare rpalra nrd of all at kaar realretail para- as o HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF 80- SELFHEALING SAMPLE PAIl ilII TIRES 0INTRCDUCECNLY The rte ular retail prier af these Un is- Jy30 perpair bat to IIfua Per will sellyouaanrpfepairf rrU 10 ash wilhordnNJi NO MORETROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Talk or Ghu will ant let the yearOverDESCRIPTION blade In all alres It Illvel and easyridingterydumbiennd lineal Inaidewith wJporousandwhlchcloneupsmall urosponceorlwiceinawholeeasonTheywelghnomoret NtryIIL otherbyNOvertiaingpurpwsawearethe rider of only ISo per pair AU ore crs shipped same day letter In received We ship C o n on approval You ilo not pay a cent until you have examined and round them strictty as represented youSendus all order as the tires may be returned of OUIt expense it ror any rraoll tile are not satisfactory on examination We are perfect reliable and mney nnL to us Is u5areao ht II bank If you order a pall or these tires you Will find that they ride easier nUl taster wear better last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen nI any price We know that you will be so well pled that when you want a bicycle you will give us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence thl remarkable tire offer iF YOU urrOIRES ofnwhichdescribesDO NOT bicyclerFHoffers we lire making Jt only costs a Iosttlio learn everylhiug VIrile it NOW J L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL I Savet75BYPURCBASINO FULL ITOOKKECPNG COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS fir only 25 The regular price is Ftoo Those wit bring or it ta this ndvnrtlsement to us wmUII five dya after fifJ it acid totting us- trhere tltq saw it will he style t ho one reervedat the low rag of- Sli Books and stat olUq arc included No time limit If not ready nuw buy one fur future use fBUSINESS COLLEGEsSeoarolatUD SecofdandWbinlitStreste LOUISVILLE KYr rj k y r t r r Ir Hartford Republican itatted aosordlag to law at the Potofac- HartrordKs as man matter or tbecoad daM c M BARNETT d Inpr ff0l+ J NEY FOSTER fE1ltOlfUI Address all communlcatiose to The Hartford Republican EPDoEGu bn40RoU-Chmer 12 FRIDAY NOVEMBER IS We do not know wbtther Use nevi three or four Yeors will be a goad time for now eattxinist but we would like to see Hartford come lu- 11OISIA1o1 of some good factories ill the nror fuutrd We ier this is not Ilkley to haJ1PM with an impnadit g tariff smaahlng larogram aLad of us The Democrats of Tennessee are now annourdllg that lhg will eontxea the ek UGn of tae Rpubbuau cudt- date for Oor by thtvsing ou the votes of ono enUr oosgrwLtn n1 district bemuse a oertsin name wa wrongfully prin on the ballots IIII that disuCL ibis tiOUDa very much like the grounds upon which tlkY contested tlw election In eKnutcty some ears ago Ohamp Clark has announced himself In favor of one chaDg In our goy trnzn tnl proam with which we Dian hsJZtIlq1OO His proposed- Jwgthening of the prc 1duntLal term to six yuas the eongr63lonal tetm to threo years and makIng tlw presi- dont InlgIbl for reelation if this wcre dono the pcstdent would not JiIIld his firs tans iayingplans find building up a machine for rcelco- tiaa and the country would have thAt much lougerrest from thuenccvating and prespeity destroying mmpaigas- wbidt we now bay a 04 two and four yours TOO Dnroeratie socalhd victory last webk when anallud shows con ctnsively that it was not a i arty vic tort JJU1ocraC has thing to offer the country at thh pneent time aad- Rine the lctlon Indicattottsare plen tiful that It OM to rpUdLlle the prewfded offers which It made bolore the el etlon The tariff Is not to be revised by tll Democrats The Lousv111e Tams of opmb1 Hth mat one week afar the cletion cdi- torlaUy says It Is an open ques don whcthor the Democratic perty could with justice to the busln SIn ttctnts of the country afford to go further at this time were it possessed with the powers to do refer rInG to the nt1tud of Sinntor Cure ntiua who has rwrot raid tlutt h wns In favor ot a protmUve tariff It i5 told of our nwgt bor a Hartford Herald that on Tuesday night afar the rtent vi tin when the news began to comp In indicasng a great IXmccratIc victory Wilt th proprietors at ono began to hunt for the long unused rooster and that It took the mire for from the Jdl tor down to the devil svcral hours to resurrect him from bati tlh the pile ot dust and netumuhacd rubbish under which he tad w long bey n lraritd and forgotten whlle he lead been out of a job It will bb just as- well to return Wm rs th Republican wUl no doubt now Gt together and prooont I rnccurenc of the runt tidal wave Their has born un chang 1mm the Rpnhlian party to the DumocrcUic and wu still have force enough In rns e1 to plats the figures In the other column Wbl1Jt our ltadets get ck to straight R publl- au+ pxiteplt e the only kind urnbsr- whteh thy lun t v r wen IL vlctry since the rgtnlration of the parry KICKED BEFORE HE IS SPURRED TJtis papr contall1xl the following reference to tu lat campaign last weak In th first place the Demo craa were well suppllod with funds In Oho Congressional and Judicial races In ohio County and succeeded In gt4ting out thulr veto butter became of tat fact To this state ment the Hartford Herald takes serious otinso and chat engm us to tbow a single instance whore a vote arac bought or dollar spent In the Jniroo5a of same It also Statue tb tJHs statemen is a basIesu slur and lander of the IJomocmtJI of Ohio Q unty and will be rssenUd at all futuro ulucUmts Well we dont1- fuov about the rasatnt question It will be noted that we did not cbargo anyone with UUYING or with SELhING a vote The tent We made WII that the IJ ocrots w ro- 111n11sbOO wlht funds and sucoeededin- gettiug their vote out otter bcaUS41 of that Of 00T80 we did tot pre- uametlmt theybadto buy their own woo but overynne knows thaLJponeY its large amounts or moooy may be peed Uglt1mate1y tD get out Yotut 1- r fw K 1 v F TIme and c1a the Hartford herald has charged the Republicans of Ohio County wth the use of money and wIth the purchase of votes whenevccthey have dusted Ohio County In tact it has nthe caly excuse which It line evert tcred for losing the coutty In any county state or national election Inasmuch as the Herald hM called to make any dental of the t charge that they wore furnished wIth money which fact we presume Is only to be doted by their coutty chairman the public will no doubt see through the PRETENDED INJUREDFEELI- NGS position which the rr has taken DEMOCRATIC SINCERITY During the hats campaign JJJ11o- oxutfc orhors a4 Democratic ntJWs papers bubbl od over with abuse of the I Republican lroto11 tariff system always NUriUg to the PayneAl- tdridge MI as a plse o1 highway robI Iberg leading the voter to think that no blow would be left unstruek and not a moment wasted In an effort tto wash the statute book of Iv per ncious a peeo legislation If given the IowcT Behold Pratt change The smoke of bottle has not claret away until Wi- I I fwd the owierJcuroal and other leading Imocms soutding a warn- Ing to their party against smashing- the thrlt They have succeeded In I fooling a great many p tople doubtless but they we not carry their doctrine and their preachinG Into effect lot only will they reuse to enter upon a free trade program bu they will refuse to make any perOt11- tibia change In the present tariff sys i tern In any measure which they may adopt In the next House of Repr son tativos Two days after the election 1 hero Is what the great CourlorJour I nal the blblc of the Kentucky demo cracy and the presumed apostle flow tariff or free trade has to say along this line IS a warning to thI new House of Representatives I But we havo had nearly fifty years of a protective Tariff Hundreds of millions of money have boon Invested and are et embarked upon the faith of this Hundreds of thouaDS of people took to It for their prosperity I and support It cannot be precipi- tatelyi wIthdrawn If we ara to than policy from a protective system lour revenue system It must be done so gradually and with such regard for the business of the county which stands greatly In need of nest as that the final transition shall be as the passing from one srason to anoth- eri evdry IntErO warn d beforehand land fully prepared Oh what a chun Can the avrI agE Democratis vot oj of Ohio Coun- tyI Imagine that hts party would he- advised to tenlnriue with robber In this manner n WE ARE TO PROISOIGRADUALLY AND WITH SUCH RE GARD FOR THE BUSINESS OF TIDE COUNTRV1VHICIf STANDS GREAT- LYi IN NEED or REST AS THAT 1THE FINAL TRANSITION SHALL m AS Tm IASSiNG FROM ONE SEASON TO ANOTHER Who Is I to blame for the busins of the country standing greatly In need of rest who has kept up this onslaught up on a system to which thousandsof- Ixople look for their prosperity and support It this is not a complot j back down and is not a complabc ac knowledgmnt that all of the DIU- ocratici bubble over the tariff ques- tionI as mere bladerdash we could not conceive ot n statement whichI could be so construed Think of thej man who would discover a thief ih hIs n1a house turning him out 1GRAIUAWY It reminds us very much ot the story of the man who proposed to reform cannbnls fromI cCng mtsrIonorka by adding ono I pound or rnuWm In tho pot with Inch missionary and withdrawing a cor- respocdhg an punt each tim until j with the sJl1ugbtfr of probably one hundred mtssiouari the cannibals taste could bo turned to mu ton From the above quotation it Is JldJnt that our Democratic trbnds bellevo that the country Intends to gh 3tlem a long period of limo within whIch to bring about freer trade or low tariff and that the cannibal Is to be reformed by degJlY2 during which man th9usandao missionaries wlll ba slaughtered to provide for n change which should bu made In one sesvtoa- of congres It their theory oftllo tailfr IRa cort one FAIR VIEW Nov ti Mfrs C C Yhito aOl l1tU e son JohqValker left Friday for an eX4pdctl visit with ablatives in Il- Unols 3ItssES Eunice and Lorena Wilson visited tho1E cousins Dtlssers Jfnudl c and Graclu WnSOIl Salem Sunday Mr James White LouavIlIe Ky- is v ait1ng relatives in oils taped nor= rou4ingecammuai4oeMr Dgkn and Jatij- teI Sias Ban Olatonvisited Mr and Mrs J R Whiten 8uaday- V FEDERAL COURT- NOVEMBERi 28 Docket This Time is Exceptionally Large OneI Alleged Night Rider Cases From Christian County is on the Docket anicriminal and civil cases on I i et to bo disposed of Judge Yalter E- I ans vaiU convene United States In this citY for the Western courtI tuck Distnlct term November though the docket Is one of the lars i Gt that has ben had in Vnled- Sttm court for several sessions it lIs not thought the court will hold more than the usual two daYs se9- sion as most of the cases are small onQ3and will require but little time The case of the Pensacola State Bank of Pensacola Florida agains- ta E Melton and other is on the court docket and will probably be died ossd of at this term ot court as i the caw hIs bean pending for some- IUme One ofthe most important cases toi be called to the attmtloo of he court Is that of J P Van Hooser OthJIslThefrom his home in Christian county to Indiana He asks damages m sr oral of the most prominent farmers i of Christian county alleging that they are night riders rASevere Winter IAn exchange says that th11thdians and the oldtImers say that the oomI Ing w Inttx will be one of the cold st on record They point to the tact that the furbearing animals lr growing ticker and long r coots than bulldlingthan Is their custom to mild winners that the bears arestarting Into make their dtT s In the most protJCtod places thi y can find and the little chipmunks and gophers are alro llre1 i parIng for a seige These they say never tallI OFFICIAL 1OTI OF Ohio COUN I TY FOR CONGRESS AND U JfIITf Jcum ELECTION NOVEMBER S 1910- V 7rt = P- jC o em iUJ oc4- tE Harttord 1j fal I- WHartford 1261HI 85 1061 10 Deda 89 77 S7 7b 6 SU1Sprlngs 93 88 921 89 l 22 27 231 2ti 0 Cromwell 64 114 63 112 4 CI Springs 54 29 54 28 0 NRockport 57j 56 5S 5 28 SRockport 54 41 55 39 13 3IHsoS8iEIievrDam 13 6- I WBvrDam 105f 66 94 81 69 McHenry 29 fi3 221 49 93 Centertown 1231 70 1211 72 6I Smallhous 62 31 31 2I 621 EFordsvll 77 85 83 1 WFrdlwlle 68 SO 6s1 SO 1 iEtnavllle 40 9 9 0 Shreve 58 39 5SI 39 0 Olaton 52 53 1 Buford 56l 26 571 26 6 Bartletts 511 41L 521 2 Iieflin uII 25 251 0 InOICeralvo Hi 39 2 Pt Pleasant 35t 361 35 331 3 Narrows f G71 47 651 2 Ralph j 54 36 53 36 1 Prentis 40 34 42 15 Herbert 40 421 40 6 0 Arnold j 341 331 49 0 Render 17 34 15f 3127 Totals 2017118341 98117911324- nJorlties 1901 I ion OX STOCK LAW I 78 rcs24 no Horse Branch 126 yes 65 noI E Beaver Darn 110 yea100 no SmaUhous 52 yes 44 no I Ceralvo 52 yes 29 nq Arnold i u yes 45 no I What Wi11 Mr Roosevelt Do Now When they read yesterday of the wreck to Theodore Roosevelt Mil brought In his own state the political party which has given him it- highest honors most men at once asked thonsclIS What will Rcosc vent do now All answers to such n question lire moro r loss emnjoctuati Yrr1tc tthe face of lhu rocordcituln con elusions may b4JC1law 1 offhand In act woare almost drlvctvtothenc- onclualons when we read already in th0 Roosevelt press that the Reput- iIlcaasofIJewYdrk who have rejtet ed Mr ROO3CVtit are not Ithe Rupub liana of the wholotouutrya ra that Mr nOOsuvells future Is not dticr Jo L mined by New York but IUl be decided by the Wit Had the verdict of Republican New york been more ddshehld the year around Publ1aus th pro who reject Roosevelts Socialism and New Nationalism recorded n eholo- veto each against It tutted of the half vote of abstentionhad the De- inoeaatic majority lam 150000 in I IMstd of half thatthe force of the rebuke might have punctUred even lli Roosevelts uJOmcus egotism t and moved him to retire into silence As it Is Mr Roosevelt will have explanations to offer whose purports easily suggested by hIs desire Cora Third Term That Mr Rcosevelt will not ro flounce his Third Term ambition Is sure This is provedby thll factthat he preferred to have his faithful fo- l10w8 In Now York deftatod with It than be victorious without It Min Reosevelt might and could have saved Mr Stinson by a public ro- neat of his pledge given on election night In 1904 But though cballoJlg ed defied invited solicited and oven implored to renew that pledge Mr Roosevelt would not Twas a hope too door and a desire I too hot for his powers of self sacrifice to relinquish It was not relinquished Wbat then With thesd facts In mind and this roocrd before us we have onlY to oxIr what is be habitual and I cv n neceF ary course of the dema1 downiIBy prob1bllltylas Mr Roosevelt Is vuy tar from M- Ing exhausted the ammunition which I the art 31s ot state socialism which j amply provide for his use Men of real intellect and of original genius and not merely imitative talontl have attended to the manufacture and j supply of this ammunition In ample quantities i Hence we may expect Mir Roose volt to become more rad1ccl In aim j in utterance more ImmtdlatOImlUcnlums His appeal having been uniformly- to chronic discontent and his stron i ger appends having met with ever linereasing suceess until now Is inevitable that ho should conclude that for the first time he has failed I because this time hu did not make the dose strong enough I Mr Roosevelts now Nationalism had a program rather short and corn arotfoI mUd That Is to say It alramed not so much by its demands I I as by ItS tend neles and thrOugh a popular perception ot what It mIght j easIly become it a personality so InIIjurlesdate to carry It Into cttd Having made one panic Mr Roosevent would evidently make another with a compunction himself save for its effects uponI We do not undertake to my what will be Mr Roosevelts nett addition to his stock of political nostrums It may bt univetal old age pensions lor government ownership of railways or any other ot tlae huge bundle of state tioclalLUo schemes for making richloutWe merely predict that when the political fair olteens again Mr Rouse velt will be there wIth his bunch and torches shouUng more ferociously than ever and trying to win new applause by means of fiercer language It will be by ever maker ngftntlon by over stronger denundatlon and by over better incitementof man against man and class against claas wo be- lievo that he will endcovor to regain Tucsdnyland er election to the Presidency ot t h RepublicIntor Ocean 4- For Sale Good nine room two story dwelling In Centertown Ky hoe gOOd cIsI term good cellar never talUng well ot water good stable and other out buildings ono acre lot of ground A rplendtd location for family raldeacc and hotel Price and terms reason able Apply to- BARNETT FOSTER Agents Hartford Ky 4 V Threw Padded Brick One of the boldest thefts ever committed dos Louisville took P11if Monday p4gbt when Ip theg18N of the electra lights on Market street anW threw a padded brick through the show case of the store of Aaron Myers a pawnbroker end wcap4 wIth a tray containing dlamoUlds val used at 2000 The yokes believe hu Is tho snmorhdf who rdcenUy operated in Cincinnati Ills druU was marked by several dlamondrings whfehb dropPP4 dining b fight These wera approp ted bY h19pur BUars and havenottyistbeu1rbturn od to Myera- y n laughs at the farmer any more 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 the 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 CJ M Suits I8 to 30 H s M Overcoats 18 to 25 Your Shoes Underwear Neckwear and Shirt problem tan all be satisfactorily solved at this store E P BARNES It BROSM BEAVER DAM KY This Store is the Home of Hart Schafrner Marx Clothes GIRL RAFfLES FOR MARRIAGE Asks 1 a Ticket in Unique Lot tery in Which 10000 Men Have a Part Tacoma Nov 14Not satisfkd with resting on her laurels as one of the very pruttlest girls In Tacoma Miss Laone Livingston who Is 20 yours old has made err announcement which places her Iii the front rank of philanthropists sIng her nation on the assumption Umt there are at least 10000 men in the United States each of whom would be iwiUng to bt- marrltd ftliciCoulrt gut a wife for I Miss Lfylnsstonc has arranged a chance marriage for the 10000 for the not exorbItant price of l each HaYing Uvoo In Virginia and In Pe toskey Mich before coming to 7taco- ma llEs Llvingstonu says she knows enough about mm to feol sure that 10000 of them are willing to give 1 for a chance on n hAPPY borne If I1 aC3ptlbl candidate gU her ho will take her and 5000 It the scloctJon Is so ungallant as to dedino- to marry Ito wIU forfeit the 5000 ho might have with the lds britta On the other hand Ifhofs mot up to the plans awl spedfiuttiona favored by Miss Livlngstou she thluks release from thuogrecmnm for 5000 will be bargain and she will forfeit + her 5000 and lot tho man go out and pick hIs awn wife Go NOW Into the Woods The wo odsaro most bi3utlul now They have retained with unusual determination not to let go Those who haYGajt rfye for thef bUutJiluln a diltcatolyattUneI bar for rhatanlall still awe value should go fontbmr and listlirtssiWns tlmcltlags O- tcoursetltu Rhptrlyg y clmje At- the uuar approach o winter suggvit log th dya r o yoaar and U1s may JyDtij=r aovtMdly for sonic the nearness oCllrjanta day IWhn thou shalt behold no moth itn athbe yvnInpreached oontentmnt and onlY the vary challowo Uio ve sfg t glhnpsaaxofImmortality saes1re In the 1OOda afxat 1rtbiek- t 1M Such gUmJ84S will help to make nf who got then better They will elegyh vale and cnoble In the springtime there Is an Inspiration to physical notion In the fall It seems to be as1distinctly to reflection meditation thpugbL The granaries are full the cattle plethoric the comp to Nward- so the harvests labor are safely sto- rd But in the fall there Is rich 1- r1d In the spring only endless shading of everything In green that becomes monotonous In the spring nature Is a monoobrorafSt in the tan pWcbrolc It you do not bellevo It look to tOO rod and pink and purple and violet and brown and goldenthat may be seem OIL any wooded hillside O now unto tlio woods for real beauty a S NEW DRUG FIRM AT TilE OLD GRIFFIN STAND A now drug firm known as the Ohio County Drug Cohas been Incorporated In Hartford the date of ita business being sit to begin yestee day The itteorlorators and thctrJofficial titles are as follows t Lee Simmerman President W S f Tinsley Vice President C Mt DaY nett Secretary John X Taylor General Manager and Treasurer and R D Martin The capital mention ed In the articles ot Incorporation Is 8000 The new firm will do business at the old stand ot Z A Wayne Grunn Bro on Center street they having absorbed tle stock and good will of the Griffin business which recently made an as slgnment and which was one otthaoldest drug firms WIn Western Ken tucky JI underthoIX Taylor and Mr un- Park will remain as drug clerkanlsalesman Mr Taylor II a former enlIIness at ton and d1adJ n Ivllle He fonaerly lived at crom rcountI reliable druggist aney pharmacist n and will add much to too prestfge of the now firm of rhich he Is a lem- ber fij Jt Is the Int1itfodto add dltout I atfdJPl1nd + titadateState Mr Taylor accompanied by toJIc Jt A H M II th rT riisgivi g tt Accessories Dont to re= member pays trade store Hartford Republicantr FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1- 8iIIlnolsCentraIRallroadTime Table At Beaver Dam KVI Iiar4Ylorud youlhHound Rol dUll 401 a ID No121du1l3 o m n Nolo1 doe 24 p NoW1 dueSMp m GUNS GUNS We Have Just a Large Line of Duos Rifles Target MMUNITIONSHELLSETC t Arid rospcctull ask you to ro1 and 96 tho largest wd beet Uno of Shot Guns ovor In S CARSONCihOC1j1ZYh1A2 ti Kentucky J Reliability For Vatihes- C 10 0 k s Silverware Cut Glnss and all lciuds of reliable Jew 4 nt the mist whole i 4 sxlu housea aJsl re- I 0I i Ul1o jewelry a n d f wi tnlt repairing go to the and molt Ii jowolry store b that Olo has- S r tyor known J B TAPPAN tt LGoa I JhIaoltlwe ei l4- et A t I vb rfiI 11 I ar 1314LI 15 F coure every tfdY 0likes to look wellat till tinrP but tltlerd are times when extra effort x is made to ltiolc u1Iilhai ksaiving day one of thes f oetaliions we have put forth ap extra of fort to help the 1aiesgitt- of their dilmu 1Ve are shmvfng novelties n Silks New WoololI Jlesd Goods Dress Trllllluillgs Fancy Collars Holts Kid Gloves Fancy Silk Searfs Newport Scarfs SlveaterCotttsFancyi- Ullilr Pins New Latest Millnery Ladies Purses Cloaks Coat Suits etc McCnlls Putter liS al ways in stock Courteous sales ladies to help you tail call and always it to ati that saves you money I4o17duelrr8p m- Noa02due48pn Received Shot Guns 1IarUo- rdIJ Hartford reliable dry bought reliable largoet rolhtble county geJlUti Veiling M H E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Trains paIIS Hartford at the follow- Ing times NORTH BOUND 112729 Q m Passenger Haily I 114340 p m Mixed Ialdey except Sunday SOUTH BOUND 115920 ft m Mlxod DaJly except Sunday 11314G p m passenger Dally Timothy Seed at Fords at U25 o Nuts Figs and Dates at Iltrs Oro cory Phone 140 Good Lard that you Ian use at SandtrCur and Cos- Mr V al Stewart of13t4a was a- pknsant oalkrFrlday- Mr Otto Martinspent Sunday with ft1lcndi1 at LullchUc14 n Call Sanderlur and Co phone lea for Saul Kraut and Plckl 3III Iloa8 grocery has Just recd c1 n barrel ot fins Alalaga Grapes lompleto line of Drllaklnst Foods nt 11ers Grocery Phouo140 A fresh stock of lownwys Candles Just received at Il Jrs Grocery For FrlVili orlliJkusagO call Saudlrtur and Co lhone IllI All kinds of vtgwblt carried by Sauderfur and Cos Moat Market JlIIJ Marto Austin Lou1aI11h Is- Wo guest of rclaUvts la Dnver Dahl Pickle Pork and Bacon Butt at Sanderfur and COmpanys Meat Market i For tile best Flour nd Mural In town can Sanderfur and Co llhono 114 I Crushed Md Flake Hwplny and fresh Vcgt1Mk6nt Sth4lerfur and CsUorn Ir Geaae K tar the celetmttxl Ollie Fb1r quW to In dlatat Schrpe1tte grocery la paying 5 ortag to ell And netts all you batet I Grape t 0a j Lt1onB Ap pies Banpnas Da Qodoaituts ther- grocery s I I Freed and urodM ofali kin iday M 8artdarfurend Cos Mee- 1lfarket t 14r rtn Tbom baS acrePtd elpta klb aeAtak easei d1t ba1r- Q11tiQAIIJamrs iand Ldjr1 11 4uMi p rt I 1 55 Ileas GrocerY for Celery Cranber rich end Fresh Oystcr Tho Most Mince meat In town at Ilers grocery Phone 140 QoulLty AtttornyG1 Smlthspent- aturday and Sunday in Louisvlno Mr Noy Rowan oC JlerJIn MonI caller at The l1tllubllcan ortice day I i Mr Sydney Williams trateaetcd business at Mellunry Saturday after noonJust rocdvodnether xls0 of Premium Cup Coffee It W 11 IOOR SON Tho stork left Mr and Mrs R U Carter of route I a boy last Satur day morning Evcrllthing In Cnll8 and Crtcknrs the Sawyer Brand of Chicago nt jl1crs Grooory For all kinds of I resh Grocics call U S Carson PlJonu 21 All goods delivtrtd Mr and Mrs Virgil EigiaJrarotlhe proud parents of a girl that arrived Thursday of last week M1 II Ginsberg wIth the Now York Store city was In Louisville from Sunday to Vcdnsday- Mr Orovor Bennett and faintly have moved Into the J W Ford 1ro- perty near tino water mill Tbo bird season BUand you wlll want Shells Sco U S Carsnwho las 20000 to soled from hors Grocery Is now procured to furnish you anything you want In thu way of fruit Cake material Judge J P Jnler or Cromwell waswlslting relatives and actI- ng buslnfBl hero this week Messra 1Vi1I Hlnw route No J and Bernie Dowell route Xo 2 were among our callers Saturday Judgo Claude Mercer of Hardlns burg Ky was transaoling business hero and ot Centertown Saturday liars Grocery waats all the eggs you have at 27 cents pcr dozen and Butter at 20 and 25e per pound Misses Hattie Glenn Lonna Ford wd Mr Andrew Glonn spent VVe- dnesdayw1Ut friends at C nrtertow- J8nderCur Co the meat market carry a largo stock ot family groceries barrel Iraut wd keg mackerel Miss Harriet Flener the efficient office deputy for Sheriff T H Black spent Saturday and Sunday wluh relatives at Cromwell Mr Owen Brown Matenzas called to see us while In town Wdnesday and renewed his faith In UVJ Repub licanNow rtack of cannedCgoods Including the ramous Sugar Loaf and Hart Drant at tiers Grocery Phone 140 lire WoCoii rrowaml little daughter ot Lexington are visiting her lmntB Hon and Mrs n P Taylor Aic8 Rotiert Haynes and laughter Miss Beatrice have moved from their farm to the Slannterman property un Clay street Among our ileaMondaywere Dr Joe Taylor Rev J W Drufilr A E Glenn Dr A D Riley and Mr and Mrs T J Smith city Twenty new books tho Latest Fic tion have Just boon added to J e lIars Library The subscription to limo Library Is only x115 now Mrs A V Goodin Charleston Mo Casio homy yesterday W spend Thanksgiving holidays with ht1 IlI1r ont Capt and Mrs S K Cox MIss Beatrice Hurt and Cleveland linddoy ot McHonry were married at County Clerk TJndcya office Thursday afternoon by Judge 11ed dingYou should carefully mid nil till torlXspondlLts in The Republican from week to week as there jR 1- 1grmt deal ot local news to be toullli In thom q Mr C M Klnlblay formerly as slstant iwatntaster lit Oweeflboro now rupreserltingthe Ilonie Fire II16ll1UnCI I Company paid this office a call whlll in town ytisterdny afternoon Leave your Laundry at Clevo leer s grocery Work guarantMdand prom delivery Agent for Madlsonv1llo Steam Laundry Madlsonv1lle Ice Laundry company Incorporated UU When you want something good Mt inthe way of Fresh Mesas Southern Plantation ltolasstslraut Lye Hominy Mince Meat MId everything good Jn Family brocdcn go to NaH Moore SonitRov J V 13rumr pastor of the- BnpUsti church has returned front Pleasant Grove Wl111o he has been ataisttng In a revival fui several days Ho reports groat interest bu ngtalItI In the meeting 114 many conversions WaynedaWIW I DarnotthaveirLt karadtlioande a tawdays visit 1D htCIItJ1en tf Iiif1Jf it Air Virgil Eskrldgo and tam1lyihnvot- IlOved to Hock port where they will- reside in the tuutro Jailor Mtdkiff was it Sunnydal- oWedsday looking after some Um bor Ulllt flu has bought nt that place for an 0110010 Iirm Alfas I1lraito i Conbertown- ira8 icCllltOO i Ilosllhlll M salesladY- In I the Now York steno here and will begin bar dui oS today- Mr SUns Stohns of Beaver Dam attended tho National meeting or tho Amcrlcut Society of Equity nt In l1anapol huh thh a yac- I1 A Thomas ltnproved Stock and Poultry remedy idJ lug powdure Every package guaunted Sold byI W IJ Ellis Tb lrcitll Afau- Ilev J Wllruner It Inraday tf- tcrnoon for Cyn161ana Ky willr he attended tl Jig or thin general tesstrclaitan ci l ahtucky lfapttvts U S Club u j Jroe1r coops conaiantly on handuvw JIng usually found In un uptodate tfocnr Phone 21 Your I auonago soilc- ttod r I have nTlrgu quantityof first class doter mid thnoLhy hay trsale at the low OAt market price W I LJIS- TJo Produce Man Mrs J A Duff of Dundee who hat boon very ill fcr tho fast few daya 001uraldagnerous conditIon but wo are glad o hear she Is getting along as well as coded be expacted Dr and Mrs D King ot Nash vale Toxin are the proud parents of a boy that the stork left tune 10 contly Mrs King Is romembercd hero as Miss Katie Thomas and Ur King formerly was an osteopathic physician hero for seveml yam At Uto Optut louse tonight D- Idslon No 3 or the Ladk Sowing Circle or the Methodist Church will present the play The Three ellUC- Cors You cant afford to miss it mho proceeds will go tar tIlo benefit of the fund for the now Methodist Jaurch I Mr 11 Ghtsberg who hay been halt I owner In the New York store hero I with Mr J D Heed has sold his interest to Mr Reed who will con tinue In business here Mr Gtnsberg left 1Vcdnesday for Louisville but lute not decided what buslnlSS he will engage In Alta Uatver wife of Robert Dtstva who liver hear Sunnydalu thd tLt her home 11 shh dray morning at two oclock with tuberculosis Sho had boon sick for S 1n1 mouths and her death bad bi tit lxiKcltIIl fCT several weeks She haves a husband anti thro children to mourn Uieir loss Thu faculty iuij IlmJotonl college Is having seine very Int rostlng moot Ings at tiro tllcl1JI43 nutting which is held every 1Vednsday afternoon The teachers have wkal up a course In imdagngy which Is vary profitable For the prasuet they are studying Hinsdales Art of Study In Pedagogy Dr J Trace Hardin mention of- whcso departure WlS made in these columns last week trot Vcdntesday afternoon on time I C for Puducah where ho will locate Dr Hardin intends to visit his brother at Madi- souvillo during the Ghr1slIlIM boll dY and will probably visit friends hero at that Ume A protracted meeting will begin Ilt tho Baptist Oburc11 Sunday At the morning and evening strvictstha sermons will ba delivered by the pan tor Rev J W Bruner Rev W- II Wooc1oC Mayfietl Iy will arrive on Monday and have clarglof to- mnvlces trout that time Rev Wood It a toro ul at allr and some time ago contluattd a revival jn this clay Administrators Notice All 1lersuns knowing JICIURilves In l10btllll WtJlD law A N Brown will call at my office In Ilartford on or before Jan Jilt 1911 vul make Rot tisane and rave co9 and all per sons having cluJms against said decedent will pnteent them to mo prop erlfproven on or before said date or they will Ire forever barred Thbi 1910e JOHN D WILSON Admr A N DROWN deceased Plentiful Quail Crop Tho season for hunting birds and other game to Kentucky opened u- callay and nearly all ot the hunters tn UnrtDJ and vicinity were ready to take to the field The igx rtsml were ready and in un anxious stet u wIth gruat expectancy for the open lag day It Is said that the quail crop Is more plentiful than wti first- anUolltc It was thoUght time the heavy rains during the 1lOJtlng and latching season destroyed thw g- nusis or drowned time young birds lloweve Iflauchh tivcia the ease Uro second crop must have lten most prolltio as part1i enr raportoo plentiful and the CQVOYS largo nod numerous Timer e is reported also to be a tar- Quantity of rabbits t1 1 p fitr 1r 4s I 0 0 I I TIIANKSGIYINGI II= I tanksgiving Day brings with it a great many good things and it is indeed an unfortunate mortal who on day can find nothing 1 Ithis to be thankful forItore is thankful you for the patronage you have given us and we hope H to show our appreciation in our efforts tp always serve you better both in point of quality oi merchandise and in courteous treatment when buying at our store Come in and look over our stock We are glad to show you even if you do not wish to buy now Ir Rosenbhutts fl- TJI E STO11 E TIIJT S iI7s1II 6 HARTFORD KY r I S RENDER Nov 11 S Parson and I B- LonlY WII In Ilamtord hut 1 ltl- ntsdny on legal businessIMiss Addl wns hero last 1V dncsday and TJlUlSduI the guest tlf Mss Stella Ezell Dr J O McKenney ot Taylor Mines ho Buhr ot llmIllOIl were here vast Thursday Ed U SclwrIcr ot louisv1lle and JP Sttirans Town Inre1tIJ of Utav- or Ikon were here Friday Jno Millard of East St Louis III was here Saturday the guest of his parents Mh and Mrs A A lUlIard Mrs has Rork or Rockport WM here Sauurday the guest of her itaugh- ter Mrs has Pullwrlon- O P tllllr of heaver Dam rind hero Saturday J R Jllrlll1n went Ito henna Sunday llarrison Baize went to ROSInc Sunday Geo Ferguson went to Cent tl- 1ty Sunday Mrs Belle IarUIls wend to 1lflh11wI Sunday where site wlll Wt ruktUveri for a few days Mr and 11rs E M Lanimc4us or Central City mul Will Moore or JlII side woro hero Sunday W S VlcJt of owraboro was hire yesterdayS or New Altany mein was here today Miss Mamie Millard Is now very III with typhoid fever and hM been her the past three weeks Thr mines mound bnro urn anrking full blast again after a fifW days slack work owing to ubortlgO uC mU wily cars Mr and Mrs Harry Uraper lave- moved from lllre to Jasonrile Iud where IItty will rOllWcIn ths+ future No CarsCoal is Up Ikzakas nrodtdduslly s1mlstlcas tD the ouUoolt for the coming winter In their line They are predicting high ptdees and a srareity ot heal turd sly that alrady they art havhlglirou blo gutting sufficient ooalto 1m tJbJ1I orders TVdsalndltton IS only apparent tn Hop111n1lVJl10 whiCh ds irlUtfu 15 milesof the coal tklds but many other towns throughout this section are toelhig the ittncli even this vnrly and are nnQclpating more trouble aq the season adlanctsl Lump coal Is now StIlling In noV kinavillt at 12 cents per bushcl UM- t at no time during thoqwr has t- 0ati1 Btow10ccn ahilo last ytad vIt L IJ J I- tV f It went as low sit N Cll A HlJortagu cif rdllzrtd axiesis said to the tWIIIsI one draLr staJng that the inure lip reprtwntawt lIr1working only mil fiat owing W their Inability tu Nttvre cars for shipping their aotputNtndenot Gleaner Call on A L ARDUCKLE FOH Fancy Groceries Lunches Cigars Soft Drinks Etc Nest Door to Shroaders Urocery on Union Stree- tHARTFORD i = KY n A GOOD SHARE or tho reinter i NickiIe q mill di- rcnnforts hegfa in the late fall e neglect the little things and nI a revolt lIlay have u clirouh coughor roll hanging on all winter AN MNm ItH tIle cold weather Mlnies prepare yourself- with tlu IIYIJNI II1MIirintN amI other nuppllev 11itla modem wlnfylment and an experienced druggist use ute prepared to- Nupply the tlnde with the bout- xnll higheMt IIIcle ot pint drugs lVe now have a full line or AnapM Cold Crean Tooth Paste Perfumes and all I toilet articles found ina flrst thus dnrg store Wo intend to lure the best hug store hi lnteretltIi HARTFORD DRUG Coe UncorporatedYour R General Altlnagcr r r 1 I 4r r h fi I intervals I less I sitls Liniment- and it satisfactory results that I sent for two large bottles and I have up this time half a So cent bottle with splendid succeSSJAMES HYDE Beebe White County Ark Got Ease in Than Ten Minutes E ALEXANDER of North Haipswell Me writesII I am a horseshoer and subject in back and hips which has brought on rheumatism in the sciatic nerve I had it so bad one night when sitting in my chair that I to on my get I- at once Sloans Liniment need any rubbing Its a powerful penetrant Try it for Rheumatism Sciatica Sprains Chest Pains and Sore Throat It gives almost instant relief Price 21c flee and 100 nt All Dealers Semi for Free nook on Hurhe+ Addreu EARL Se SLOAN BOSTON MASS GOAL MINESSHORT MEN I they Been Run Illinois by Train Loads J Fully 160 coal miners ate 1 this district blleo the now seal we Into orCoct in lUinoJs says the Hen derson Journal The Illinois ntinore wwro on n trtrikc all Ithrough the late summer and mriy fall month ThIs onnbled tho call minors of R i tern Kentucky to get goal slzd f- ceR to work nil the mlllll but al On as the ntw Iculo was signed the Kentucky coal afro ors b- ipn to listen to tIl3 t- 6uekor Ire The coal mlnet Uegnn to hikeacro s the state line In drov aIn out 101 nearly a train load rushed out of thell hart of the statoTho tail loss to the pity rolls of Wost Kentucky 0011 mintS according to the t stlniate- RobQt ofI M HoB Is about IGOO men yany of Uho coal mole olwrators ate anxious to IIIcrtxuJ Uta Olltlll1t it they mn gut Utu coal min This Is not an easy matter us long oa there Is so much dUf ironer boo tween the llliloix and UI r Vurt Kln tuck scale A Man Wants to Die only when u lazy Ilver and fllIgglllh bowels cause frightful dUHJontllncr Jut Dr kings Jew Life Pills ox pet front tlll system brit hope utd courage cure all Lev tritbrStomach null Kidney part health and V1gor to the wen t nervous and ailing 3c lit nil m For the Home CLEANING DLACK tiERCE Sluaacr II cupful of soapbark In two quarts water for thIrty minutes StraIn Into a tub worm min water and bat up u latter Wa- rho skirt In this solutAon using no other sulJstanco beyond tho soapoorl1- 11n4C In tepid rainwater and dry In a strong current ot air STORING WOOLENS Woolens should be stored away a drawer I1S it onablas you guard agaInst the taretids of tto mo Numerous romodks are tried do 4h- connecUonbettor apple camphor to- entine t naphtha balls anti kindri strongly smelling substAnces really good prnventlvo although n ono In use 18 It that if you use alum frool y In the last rinsIng water you ca n Stave your blankets freay exposlei and no moth will touch thin Mn erlata which suitor by bcltlgwetted A hould have powdered alum sprinkle Jreely between their folds Whon It Cured1 f Myr toIFortwentynineyears have been at a great sufferer from rheumatism During that time no telling how many gal Ions of the various kinds of lini meats md oils have usedand with but little relief Recently T amc confined to mVhrd help tried used with such to used about Less MR JAMES to many strains my had jump feet to relief yourSLOANS LINIMENT easyIdoes not bluana DR OF Have Off in In- JUlnoi ntACIIS drone State IlultOns troubles dru- gists Hints of ot deep general alum elalmcd I storIng winter goods In drawersIfsa old snit tobacco 1Cound a splendid luxwentlve Blank can lJo wrapped up In rowsmpcr wl out much fear from attacks from the winged pest as moth has a graatdl- t0 like to the smell of printers Ink Sm wards of eottan wool scaked In tm- pontine should lJo w cdgul Into tl corners of the drawer Those course must bo r nwJd as the saxoCII of tiw turpzntno evatorat s TO TEST TINNED FOODS ithtcgl any W up phi ecoalry n- fuw minutes and if copper Js luSen- ttn In the ndnttUst proportion Jt worTo restore RESTORING ivory IVORYI become discolored expose 111 under glass to the rays of tJlO sun aft halng removed the dust by bras them with warm wet+ r and soap Turn them from time to Uroe that nil sIdes will bo urually blended p Chliaron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA I The New Fangled WayI A well Immn1 old lady Gaya tit it things have clunlgt In the laMt scoreIgoIZL Ilnl take or a quart of mulhorlhos ant1 i top off with a IlolklCul of rlntUJllihi and nlt The nrxt nt nailrg Inctber dlngniKoid hIs trouble liS worms sail ho WUR shade to tlwnllow wunhiugeg a an1 i was turntd lonrrn In the cow pastre until supper tllllo when hu woul1 oome In for a square mil nil rIght Now If n boy complains of a hitch In the side he has apltlndlcllis I1nll Is hustled to a hospltal ptarwai iwltJlU nth inch of hIs life hidn dozen I surgeons each Utkd n whack at hint Iwith pearl hnndltI ImlEoO anti he Is ltturned over to the undplullaJEx Llon Fondles a Child In PUtsburg a savage lion fondled latetoso3ne OtisWhooping Cough They slay thous DiscoveryA ofisalwaysgiveltd a w onderiul medlclDe far OObloo Best for Coughs Colds J Grip c thml Hemmorhgac Weakx1dg t 6c 100 Thai battle free Guar anteed M eft drugciels th 00 II r r rI The Defeat For ioigrshLot it bo liom a nat a Democratic victory oxccpt In nn indlreet and nosaUvo sense Tho- R pubUcan party is defeated by mon who still clll themeulves Republicans but who 11MI no right to that honorable doslgootlon Tlto monwho Mot od their party In thq sptcllll and the first rcgularsesston of the Slxtylrsll Congress nro responsible for the Rt- I publican setback For thIs rcVOlo the Dctzc rats rlceerva neither credit syppotttedtheirboon doIng all along But neither In 1910 nor many year within Ute mom ory of anylbody who went to the pails yesterday dId the Democratic Marty as n rtaUemal organIzation do anything which would be calculated to wIn Ut8 respoct or publicsplritNd men Nobody was thinkIng or carIng abou- the Damocratle party y8terday The Republicans were trying w eleot theIr ticket wtdlo tie insurgents were worklag to tefoot it nn the Insurgents succeeded As the house of Reprozontativcs has born taking away from the Itopubfcans it Is handed over to the Democrats booausu Ithas no other place to go There Js no other rofuge for It There are no more Democrats In the United States In IfIO titan there wero In 1908 the year In whIch on the popular vote for president the Republicans carried the country by n plunUty of 1269000 Nobody can I poInt to a single ad of the Democratic party In thu past two year which would tntttlo it to any tt of Uio yiopuhir hostility than dt commanded nt i1at tlnr It has no tin Uottal leaders who command the re- spectI of InollllOl1t conservative lnen It has no constructive policy 1s superted with any approach t- unanlmty In any locality On the- Itf tat Senator Aldrich often had moru- I SenatlIor In house and Senate IJ1uocrats In the sllOlal session of Congress tltIbtheir tarty In 1908 air Bryan pub IhUhDemocrats In house and Sonnto for utstheallrats arc organized at all Uuy u1eat h uLgu halquu agogairotc opposition Is nctssary to uaior- ho Republican party Jr It Is to control Ulo government usful to Ute PooIIII and dufiat at ti11ysl would not hurt the Republicans The ile Coot h hero but the opiosltfun par ty Is nelUlor strong nor patriotic For half a century the Democratic party has boon nn obstruction to Ute wheels of prcgnass Jt will continuo this role for the next two years with tills difference that In thIs ttnlu It will be In a po8lton to utake Its rtcthe psat four or rIve decadU3I soBut the question may ho asked DOCH not the defeat of tJ10 Rrpub IWpresnt111dosas o HouliIand the Seattle In 912T Not snrlly The Uemocrnta craned tho House In 1886 half way In Clotlands first term yet tho Republicans oQ- rho pttstdency find the HousQ In 188B and rutAlnQ1 control ofUe Sea ate In 18i4 In thu middle of Grants ssond term the Democrats tlWllft- tho country for Cangrtss but the Republicaus elected hayntrh in 1Si6- III J8i8 UIO Uemacrnis cnrJ1kd thec House as wall as the Senate butt Ite1ubllcstns eluted GnrfkldDUI J8SU turd regained control at Congress Two yUr attar Ilcrce Democrat 001l1ll1 every state far ilrJEhllnt uX cope toter and won an itnnrnw t innk lority In Uuu liouso ot RprllDta1t- lv tho RepublicansIwrstl al the ylaUaO from lJrcs latrty nut this did not bring a H ll1lbllcab victory for two yt8 altrward al i though many RoPubllGUls thought It- vould Duchannan Democrat carried country tor tprcaldldt Jn1866 and e nUio House tit loprqsnla Uvos by a Aaitd majority Ropubllcaa dttfoat merely lntsaats tlhat there trill booa dlTlleledppwer in Can3r 3s for the next tTgoytiat Tho- DoatactTttlc House will have ita hands tlooby the JtolJltbUcaJtSUfu1 Tho batted of 1913 Js Mill to bo fought and noticdy can now Gal thl Issue wbleh will ho up then It lis altogeth- re prohnbtu that Nnt graft hulk of the Inbvrgtmts will be back la Wo ranks of the RuPubUGtn party before thoelldtft UijCUll of the Tokra otlho- ationn takes place The Republican sooodurs of 1672 hail M Ididcsa far larger porsonngcs him dId t9te bol turs oI 7910 yet mUlh more than thrdeffaurthe of them were back In arlrlv1clnion wIth the DenwclTkts oonvlD and theIr Ropubhcan nJles that they 110te ahutd for the bolte evI910 Senator CummIns recently denPuIliCOd the DenwcmtB la more vIgorous language than any Republican m good stand 1ng Jn his party bas used IFis char natorlzllltlon of his now oonCedoralc5 Is correct ThIs unholy alliance canI- tIDt stand the strain of another cam- paIgn When the prcyor times comes 1912 trill tai its own storyGloboD- Ol1loorat A Rsllable Remedy lets CATARRH TqRorfEYEp Elys rBalm Gh Is qulcklrabsorbed N It cleatses soothes herds and protects the diseased mom drhoea the Senses of Testa and Smell Full size LlquldCroomEly Brothers 60 Warren Street New York I SYMPATHY MIps hurts but It wont cure nn- achJng tooth wonnt waken marred- one look like Its old self Tak ce a skillful experienced dentist W dO that Get aU the sympathy ye- an 11 c but tor rMl re1lef and good I dental work make RD appointment- with us for the practical way ot get tIng your teeth in tine shape Boel WorJut pain AU work guaranteed Tele phone 218 DRS HARDIN BELL DENTISTS inOfficeI I Easiest Save Money and Keep in I Style by Reading McCalls- Magazine D and Using McCallPattetru willMIGAIIStlldy nt amtxierato- esKaso by keopln lholatesta clolbos mid hats roo lteslirnsIii InfunnatlonliI 1 r anal rnaltiug UnIT We a fea r lucludhic u frco patient ft MnlJo todity oc lIhI I 1ur free sumplo cop 0McfaU rattemt fill cnablo yon to make In our owl hlllllO with UUrOIVII blllHhclllJllIl rer perfectInstylaunitfltCIILS 50111 bur hen Vnlterl Cnlnlocue f I ws WII Give You fee Prult for cettloe sub rrcolrnmlumTHE IkCAU COrA f 91a IWd 37Lt SI NEW Oll 4 s r AT I PzeOffrs from Leading Manufacturers Gook on patents Hints to inventors Inventions needed Why some inventors fall Send rough sketch or model Jor search of Patent Office records Our Mr Oreeley was formerly Acting Commissioner of Patents and as such had full charge of the U S Latent Office 4 GAEELEYM9INTO 0- A WASHINGTON D C o o- Jt J rM 1 t a p retotorOho County IrculCourtTF Blrkhead Judge Deli DIUngo Attorney W P Mldkltt Jailer E013arraaa Clerk FL Felix Master Conimlgioner n T Collins Trustee Jury Fund T H Black Shet- Ut Harttord DeputiesS 0 Ieown an Lon Dlaclk Court convenes fIrst DIon day In Marchr and August and continues three weeks Third Mondays In May and li vembefWO weeks JudgoItotfey Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Quarterly CourtDeglns on i the third Monde t In January AItll- 1July and October Court of ClalrnsConenell first Tues day in January and first Tuesday In October Other County OfflcurrC S Money Surveyor ForlsltIe Ky R Ii D No 2 Bernard Felix Assessor hartf- ord Ky n F D No I Henry Leach Superintendent Hartford Dr A U Riley Coroner llurtford JUSTICES COURTS D S Chamberlain Iiartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday after 3rd Mouttay In June Tuesday after 3rd lontiay In September Tuesday atter- 3rll Monday In December O L Scott Cromwell Wednesday afto 3rd Monday In Marco Wednesday after lrd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rll Monday In SOJtembor Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December John H Mlles Iockpor Friday after 3rd Monday in March Frldny after AMondayJ C Jackson Centertowu SaturllaY after 3rd Monday In March Saturday at ter 3rd Monday In June Saturday after3rd In September Saturday of ter 3rd Monday In December M C Cook Renfrow Tuseday afte- 2nd Monday In February Tuesday ante 3rMondayNovmberThoma Wednesday after the second Monday In February MayWednesday NovemberC V Mlles Fordsvllle Thursday anter atte2ndante2nd2ndMonday Mondaday In November o HARTFORD POLICE COURTSp LlkensCltAttorney monthCityU T Collins Clerk Cox Treesurer Members of aouncl T U Dar PeTaylorchairmanWC DL Crowe and Dr E D Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES 11 E Church SouthServices monrlng Sunday5 VedneadayUaptlst ChurchServices every Sund-amoting and evening Sunday 1145 a m Prayer meeting every Wed DrunerpastortourtSundnyClayFord Ineachyindny School 945 neve T C Wllllonastor ISECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No C5 k A M meets tint and thIrd Monday night 111 CMJCeystone Chapter No 110 R A M meets eVery third Saturday night In lrlestWHartford lapter No 8f O E S i meets second and fourth Monday even D11sillieoPythiasKeownC+ Hartford Tent No 99 A O T M TihuradaightForeman Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No i2 L O T M nigheachRLadytecordCarpenters antI Joiners local No 1881 meets Jst Saturday night In each month SecTressAcme Lodge No 3tI I O O F meets ineachD Schroeder Secretary RedbeenCampbellRecords Preston Morton Post No 40 A R bolerotheRogersAdltA S of E Natlopal Officers IllM I TreasIndlannplisHtate Officers IyCfart Ky CnlhbunKyOhio I HL Stevens Free Beaver DamIy KDr COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION InrtfordIyi2 JA Bellamy WhltCllvllle Ky3 Ii D Baughn Hartford4 T V D1ctJundy Bahelown Ky AllnesICe I a ak yi Ali rereltaodlrearepoKtrssSibubo COUNTRIESBsilsets flaw torysadefka farrrrsJPatent dll- eabaneanntPlacUc E1clulnllIWrite or 6M SNYib app 0WASHINGTON O c+ + i I IrSY- rJ JP1r DE JJD1rru Q rOBARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS 9T LAW HARTFORD KY tPI1111 practice their profession In aU th courts of Ohio and adioininwCol f ties end Court of Appeals Sp sl at tendon given to all buslnr eaNated to their care Collections an the Prat flee of Crlnllnal and Item Estate Law SpecIalties Office In Republican build- Ing h FRANK L FELIXe AttOhney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohl41 end adjoIning counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col- lectlolls a Specialty OffIce In the Her aid betiding YANCY L MOSLEY TTORNEY AT L4AWJ HARTFORD YIWill practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties 1 Nortary Public Office over FIrst National Dank JQBNnW1La0x CndSNCriOjTN WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HARTFORD KY W1l1 practice their profession In n11 the courts of Ohio and adjoining COUDo and is the Court ot Appeals ecial attention given to criminal practice and to colooUOO8 Office on Main St opposite Court House InalleoIUItrlTHAT PAY adffrt1ae them tborouaahl at oar- erpeouuWlulpycuuu to lucre ltporton bItorfresGulds StreetWASHINGTON y KILL THE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Drill Kingst DiscoveryFOR AND ALL THROAT AND LUNOTJOUILEI YOD 01 Annnesending asketchenddacrletlnnmayq asterbin an Comnnltlollutlctlsont tree t lett e eoncforaceunng lIlenl s recIpeclolrietitank 1me IranA 1IatlnoM byallnewweaieraUNN Brancb Once G25 U at WuIIlIIO B Co Southern i Agriculturist NASHVILLE TEtfN i For forty years the ofeSoutheru pagestwices 50 cents a Year or thrth years for 100 Sample I 6Qp reSeat Free DoJ Want One r NYOLLOS PUMPKIN I A PalntlnI Tht ol8vIrllln A111u Into HystsrJc Ifr Isa part Qtthc duty of the of dArtlatcanvases which are offered for the Par1e Salon throughout the rooms ot the Palafs des Beaux Arts The jurors are then summoned to examine theyeelitopeel to the jurors and an influential picturery Is told of Yollon the patnte1ot still life Some years ago Vollon had painted what he deemed his masterpiece a luxurious pumpkin orange Iu color and heroic In size such as ono sees at- an agrtcultu l sbqwTho jurors dld pot approve the omelal picture bang ers choice of a place for It A second choIce also was found for It and condemned By thIs time the pumpkin had be tome the principal topic of conversa tlonln all the studios ot Paris and the theSalonwere not being Injured by an unfor tunate contrast OnoDouguereau nearly fainted with horror on seeing the pumpkin not far from his pictures Take that thing nwayl Ile shouted yqt kills my white and pink nymphs I So the pumpkin was removed But here Oormon objected Ho declared that It should not stay In the same room with his pIctures Its juxtapo stion to my lions and bears and tI- gers said he makes them look like tame cats- Tattegraln was the next artist to protest Dont place It near my work I he exclaimed angrily What becomes ot the martial spirit of my canvases and what Is the use ot ex hlbltlnl starvIng garrisons with a big pumpkin alongside So the pumpllu was shifted about tin It had passed through fifteen rooms and not a member ot the so clety would tolerate Its presence Fl nally the picture banger placed the pumpkin In the entrance hall officlnl- Iy called Salle dUollneur but pop ularly dubbed the Chamber ot Hot rots Naturally Yollon became the mortal enemy of the unhappy picture bangerIIllrpers Weekly OYSTERS ARE LAZY They Spend Practically the Wholof Their Lives In Bedl Just like conffrmed invalids oysters spend their lives In beds The principal parts of an oyster are salt water and a handsome stomach Every oyster has n mother of pearl thertee gathers no moss Oysters as n rule keep their mouths shut but when they have been In soc del1 too long they begin to gape They are fond of playing games one of their favorites being rlag around nrosy In this game they join shells 0 in a circle on n plate They live In the ocean In summer and during the win 1I0jtolsdally prepared for them They are rarely met with at husklngs or church fairs An oyster Is n concholojlst by nn- tttre n bivalve by profession and nn appetizer because ho cannot help himself There are girl oysters ns well UII men oysters but so far as Is known one Is not superior to the other Oysters vary In size according to their circumstances lint their bringing up Some are harder to swallow than others There Is no particular rule I about this But It at first you dont succeed try try again In Juno the oysters ought to be as rare ns the duysThomns L Mnlson In Judges Library Beaten to a Mummy Until pretty late In the eighteenth century mummies entered Into a great variety ot drugs balms and other medicaments As the genuine mummy t was then expensive recipes were glv- cn by many ancient writers for con vorting human flesh Into mummy Usually only certain portions ot the body were used and these were beat en dried macerated and spiced out ot all likeness to their natural condition hence beaten to a mummy Numer i OtIS allusions are made to the prac- tlce In ancient literature and In an old play Bird In a Cage are the directions Make mummy ot my flesh and sell mo to the apothecaries Not So Green Yeou city chaps think yeou are pretty smart dont yeou1 drawled the farm lad Ever been to ono of our spelling flees 1 Never had the pleasure responded the CItY boarder Wool by heck yeouvo missed a lot Nowour fpvorlto catchword Js Ice Why that only has three letters Why should the word ice be so popu I4r1 Because it Js easy to slip on lIa- bahuCblcago News The Ten Demandnients A wootorn manufacturer has posted r otrns1atcuouely sovoral copies ota now deMloguo which ho calls The TOll h Domandmonh Hoax th aro- t0 I it uo1t wastes sty Nait- oaad1yours1 I am sure to catch you intho ondJafd that Is the wrongen- dSooontlWacb your wOrk Toot 1m- eiocJt dltaorlc makes a- ag A 10nSj t 1111t and a days sbort 1 1 I e + i = tSJ JC work makati my falX IQD- CThtrdGlvonio more thaai I ezpec and I will pay you moro than you expoot I oan afford to lncl1oa e your pay tt you Increase my profits urthYou owe Jmuoh ttoyour soIl you can not afford W awe any- bodyI else I F1tthDWlonqtyls novor e1l1 acct dent Good men like good woman thorImoot It SlxthlUnil your awn business and in time you will have a business or your own W mind SeventhDo not doanytbtng Jie fhloh hurts your solfresract employe who Is willing to Stool tor mats capable or stooUng from mOo EigbthJt is none cf my business what yoittdo at night but It dlml patton affnctawhat you do naxt day and you do ihAlr ns much ns I d6 mand yqu will last halt as long os you hoped NinthDo not tell mo what I like to boor but what I ought to br I dcc1ltwnnt a vaM W my vanity but I roed ono for my dollars TvmthDont worry It I kickIt you IUO worth while correcting you area nth wWle kenping I do not waste time cutt4ng specks out or rotten up plus y 4 Short Meter Sermons Froedmn ds the right to choose the right To crush your powers Is not to rule thorn A catalogue ot voices twsor held any one into virtue Anaemia II often temporarily ntis takon for virtue Revenge is better than a greedy kind or gratitude An Ingrowing conscience drives many a man Into sin Thu more till tongue flows the IUS the head knows They who talk much of dying are usually dead already Some folks never tel saintly until they have a chancoto syudIeata their sorrows Woman Sweats Glass Physicians or Louisville Ky are puzzled by the strange case of Georgia Drown whose body apears to be full or broken bits or glass The woman declares she never fell on I nnt ate of the 1I1oceslorthrough the skin on parts I her body The pIeces range in size I from n small gralll ot corn to moru than halt nn Inch tn diameter The Old Trunndle Bed Oh the old trundlobld where I slept when a boy Wlat canopied Icing night not covet the Joy The glory and peace ot that slumb1 or mine LlkJ a long gracious rest In the bOS- om divine The quaint homely couch hihkn close front the light hidingII Was tho queer little dear little old trundlebod Oh the old trundlebed where I wondering raw Thu sails through the window and listened with awe Through the trees where the robins trembling crept To the sigh or the winds ns ttloy- so restlessly slept Where I hrord the low murmurous chirp or the moron And the katydid listlessly chrup again Till my fancies grow taInt and were drowsily Jed Through the maze ot tho dreams ot the old trwldlubod Oh the old trundlobedl oh the old trundlebud With Its plump little pillow and old fashioned spread Its snowy white shorts and the lan Itots above Smooth d down and tuclcod round with the touchS or love The voice ct my mother to lull mo to sloop With tho old fairy Stories my mom onus keep sun fresh as the lillios that bloom oor the head Once bowed oer my own In the old trundleboo lames Whltoomb Riley ElysCroam Balm has been triedand not found wanting in thousands ot homes all over tho country It has won n place in thu fatally medicine olcaut the roUablb household runrdlos whoroItli dept athnnd for use in tzzattng cold in the head Just as soon as some member or the ltousooold boglns the lireitinlnary- sarming or snutllxg 1t gives lntnto date relief and a day m twos tteat wont will put asop toa cold which might 1 not checked become chronic andrun 1ntoa bad lcasJorci1A- tarh1 h 1e 1 KILLIIt Slow I but Surely Destroys the Cells of the Bain- Moderasctepee has brought to light nothing stns curiously InterosUnfi than that worry will kill More re markable still It has been able to det- ermIne just how worry does kill It Is believed by many scientists who hue followed carefully the- growth of the science of braid diseases that scores of the deaths set slmjpieroBriefly put It amounts to this wo- ryinjures beyond repair certain cella otthe brain and the brain being the nutritive center ot the body the other organs become gradually Injured an when some dlseasClf of those organs o a combination of them arises death finally ensues Thus worry kills Insidiously like many other diseases It creeps upon the brain In the form ot a single con stout never lost Idea and as a drop plug of water over a period ot years will wear a groove In the stone so does worry grnilunll Imperceptibly and no less surely destroy the brain cells that lend nil the rest which are so to speak the commanding officers of mental power hpnlth and motion Worry to make the theory still stronger Is an irritant at cerfqln points whtcqjwOduces little harm It It comes lit Intervals or irregularly Occasional worriment the brain can cope with hut the iteration nnd the reiteration of one idea ot a disquiet log sortthe cell of the bruin are not proof against It Is RS It the skull were lalll taro mill the surface ot the brain struck tightly with u hammer every few seconds with mechanical precision with never a sign ot astop or the failure of a stroke In this way does the annoying Idea the maddening thought that will not be done away with strike or tall upon certain nerve cells never ceasing diminishing tho vitality or the delicate orgnnns that are so minute that they can bo seen only under the mlcroscoplJournlI of Physiological Therapeutics JUVENILE BLOCKHEADS Stupid Boys Who Developed Into World Famous Men There Is quite n long record of fa- mout men who In their boyhood were regarded as fools and dullards Sir Wltlter Scott was called n blockltetd- by his mother The mother of Brlns Icy Sheridan despaired of teaching him the simplest elements lIr death aroused him to activity and ho became a scholar philosopher POt wit statesman nnd orator Dean Swift the keen est wit of his age was plucked nt Dublin university Newton spears Michelangelo mId Olivershaleol smith nil conic III the category One day n slatternly woman rushed out of n little grocers shop gripping I shoII My heart Is fairly broke with that brat Tnmmy and ho Is so stupid he can learn nothht That stupid brat Tammy became the poet Tom MooreIIn n bluntIlmlteact out Stupid you lire better at cutting let tors and destroying desks than you are nt learnlns your lessons That boy was Arthur Wellesley known to tame ns the Duke ot We- lIInton hero 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lit hili howe In Omaha Nub I wrere she HvttJ In rotlrrment CorI years In that etty she had b known ml ylnt Anna D Allen and that fact that she was the wife or the assaoIn of Prtridentt James A Jar I llold had heu Illt so stxrrt thnt- oofnlaratinlY fuse persons knew that I tho 1IIIlt ylrs Allen figured In one AmtdIetn hfbto y Throughout INI Omaha r Idnec lire Alluu persistently rufused to talkof the ulghtmaru period of her llfe and It was only rice u word now mill then IlroillMd by her that the full is known i UIuSII1parry any nttlSmllt to qutsUun her con tlling Oultrm For surtrnl- yaare she madu 11r bonl with hur IIsortfillaww m4 hr laugbt1 Mr and A DWllllalllli at No IS57 Cllellllauotalghsar on bcr gravustQltI Hrs Gulhnus maiden natu S was DuulI Whlltt piing In Jrcojort III she met Guttasu In 1877 Erun it those days Gulluau Irol100 tbwthrd anarchy and hall puchtllar ideas ofguv- ernment oncurning liarC01I shille atul rnaraiage Mrs Allan reticent and Oven with h rfdaugbter Irs Williams sho mWorf Uscussud- thaso days T1i t utey wera unbhi- zt t ones however ts known nut they did nat last long Within two years from the wedding day Mrs Guttoau- Iobtalned a divorce on the pll of- j cruelty Gultoau Was subject ro Vlo hunt ntid terrible tits of tuntPor Attar her divorce from Gultoau Mrs GulttlU went to Boulder Col where In 187Vmurled n prospuc tor named Dunmire While the Dun mlrus wtuo rtJSldlng in Boulder the noses came that Prusldunt GarfIeld lead been shot by Charles J I OuttaauI ulally believe llsmfirst husband Mrs Dunmire Is reported to hmvu said on that occasion lie Is thoroughly capabiu or the iced Thou camp the long trial to which- i j an attempt wasmado to provv that- i the assassin was Insane Thor the govornment played Its big trump Mrs Dmunlra was tnlkd to tl1ewlt nt93stand Shtt told otthoI3rs she had lived with Gnttaau told of his violedt tmlilcrund of hs anarchistic LdutsVhlle GuLlIu awaited his death his erstwhile wlfc buskod herself iii the wolfare of his soul She brought shim a bible wd did what shu could to bring nboutihts rOI1mL1nc I ht lSS6 Mrs Dumulro Ud her hus band sparatd and she obtained n divorce She married Enoch Allen- in CjlLcago flgain there was n s par anon and Mrs Allen ntovod to Omaha Fhlrs ago she got a divoroa Croon Mr AIJJu Notice to TaxPayers I Last notice to taxpayers betorol- Ui extra cost Is added You will phase nee t my DJllltr at the following plactzs and Savo all coats that will bc added DEPtTY SILERIFF A W BLACK Vill ba at the following plaes Arnold Friday Nov IS forenoon Dalzctown In Ute afternoon Uoslne Saturday Nov 11- CromwlJll Tuesday Nov fore neon PrenUs In the afternoon Wrsox Wednesday Nov DiPtrl SHERIFF S O KEOVN 15711 bo at the following IllaceI Ralph Friday Nov 18 Bulls Run Saturday Nov 19- B aver Dam Monday Nov onwrtown Tuesday Nov 22- Matanzas 1IWednesday Nov Rockport Friday Noa 5IMcHtmry Saturday Now 26 Penalty will he added to all taxes not paid by December I after that time taxes not paid property will oo advertised for sale V II BLACK S 0 eI CEDAR GROVE Nov 15Pro ilarpr filled his all polntultt lire Saturday night and Sunday Airs James Magan Dun ro Is 181- tUng relatives hero this werk- Miss lInnlu WodlUng Dundo visits hr parents hero Saturday night lllhomeltttla Itussill Qutsanberry Li O sick at this waiting II Mrrs Noah WhItt of Loulsvill- Is vlstttng her parents 11r and Mrs J U Mitchell this week i Mr mill Jirs iIgo lloonl Friatl SaturIdayMiss Vona Daniel Is v ry sick with tonslllts JiLssen Maude and Pauline hurt vlsLtal their grandmother near Bar rutts Ferry Saturday and Sunday e I Salesman Wanted Wanted A good oxll3I4ano d traveling salesman for I C road nml adjacent territory front Beaver Data to PrInceton Altshuler It Co Wholesh Grocers It Lou LI111 0 Ky Notice In the district count ot the United States for the Western district ot Kentucky Owensboro Division In the matter of Zacharlah Wayne Griffin a bankrupt On this 15th day ot November A D 1910 on considering the IntUon of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the ith day of November A D 1910 it is ordorad by the court that n hearkng be had upon the Mme on the 24Ut day ot Doefihber A D uno bLTO said Court at Federal Hall at loufsvlll Ky do said district at 10 oQlock In the forenoon ur as nor thirto tIS practicable and that thcUae thortot bt publiahud one time in Hartford Republican a newspaper- printed III salll dlstrJct and that all known creditors and other persons In Itttorest may appear at salll time and plnee and show caueo it any they leave whyy the prayer ot said putl- Ucnor IIhould not bo granted WITNESS the honorable Ialter Evans Judgg of said Court rued the seal thmof Ilt Ownsboro Ktn lucky lit said district on tM 15til day oCNoVJIIIlXJr A DlJIO SEAL A G RONALi Clerk M E DUNN DJluty Clerk DAINTY JAIL IN- CLEVELAND P O Bronze Filigree Bars Put the Last Touch to a De Luxe Sliitb- Ctovoland Nov 16Fortuaatn In deed will bo tho prieonorwho Jailda In the dainty little Jail in the office ot the United States mnrs1alln the now poatoftico building Dhnwill be n homey suit or aPartmonts bound In crushed bronze with handtoolod edges and only open tDthor elect on suspicion Ordinary prisoners cannot eater Ono must comnilta federal offense to be able to break Insldo the portals Deputy marshals said the olh day O1ewero afraldthty would ba deluged with rcquc is for wfitton- lists ot federal ofteavs so luxurl = oils are the puarters The tiny jail consists of two cells and will bousd for the commitment of prisoners who are afnosted late at night and for whom papaws have not lit obtained for thou commit ment to the county jail Whll2 the mural decorations are not ornatothey are chaste suggesting a combination RanalsISaDCcould cars to sleep In and the bath Ls nU that a bath should be T1Mr Is nothing coarse about the bars they having R tllgltU e1Axt that Is particularly soothing to the gent who tucks himself In butwxm the snOwy tJdwa1 sheets I The de luxe ddentlonary looks so t goad that a number ot persons who ar1r05txIoftlC3 But care will be taken InI picking out the first prisoner The wals ot the Jail are said to be hanll1llntd and one story has It that there Is a small glow light at the had ot tile bed to enable the i wearied prisoner to road himself to sleep Guests will be called In time for the Url1lSt trip ot the iatrol wagon and tltos fortunate enough to got ball will have ice water served j with the papers The sanitation and the plumbing are perfect while the heating arrangements nll such as to make the average nt dwdleri almost wish ho had courage enough to malta himself hiablu to ninety days and costs Among the Lodges Hartford lcdgo No Gi5 F A MI will meat next llonday ounfng and work Is expected In the enterd Ai- prentiee degro All mentbrrs are urged to bo proseut Hartford Tent Ko 9D K O T Jl had a grand now wow last nIght at the lodge hall with work in nil the doToS for two candidates A large attendance ot the tlImbimhfJ was on hand showing vim and vigor for work In the future At six oclocl a splendid spread was served under the ntanagemant ot Knights A n Riley H J Bell and ljstil Path as spLeial committee Thu menu cunsl6tod of- barbocud goat smoUlercd chicken Oysters and other good things to eat Title tent will have work at every meeting during the winter months All m ambers urged to attend Rough Rigor Lodge No 110 KnIghts of PyUalas held all lnteesUng ses sion lust Tuesday evening and dis cussed plans for the meetings dur lug the coming winter monUts After oonsldeanble discussion as to the- best moans for pr9vlding Interest In the lodge a committee to bo known as the enwr1almncn1 contmltee wUI selected consisting of the following Knightst J D Wilton J C ner and U E Nitschke This commttee has made arrangements with Knight d D Tappan tara musical program next Tuesday evening KnIght Tap pan has roceutly secured many ot the latest New York musical hits for his phonograph Md these wilt he given as an alter lodge ontorttainmont and every member ahould be prtaont to O1Joy this splendid treat Next Tuesday evening officers will be nominated for next term S Hartford Chapter No84 Eastrrn Star hold ono of the most in erest lug mouLttlgs at the hall last Mon dayp evening which has boen enjoy OIl by the mambcns stnco the tnsUtu Uon or tM chnl1t1r Mrs Pa11ieClag get and Mr and Mrs Palburt Laym2an- from the Lultchfiold chapter wnroi ree ont as guusts ot the evening and S- slstul inilhu initiation of layer James lIt Williams and wife Mrs Claggot was the Installation officer when the Hartford Chapter was brought into efxietoncosome years ago and she has always been atay- orilo wlthaEarGaa2 Sta1ladltSJ1oti On this Gc made a splendid talk which was enjoyed by all and Mr Laymanl In I1vron= tcrp ning wry Atoer tLe clfapter 1 J rQOooOOrnen Section is the f i CENTER ATrRACTIoN I 50pricedin is and while prices to If its in the dry goods line let or to y- ouCARSON COMPANY INCORPORATEDj J 1 adjourned a splendid luncheon was served In the dining room or the benefit ot the members and visitors The menu was prepared and served by the officers of the cl1aptor One application was rocelved and the can dldnte elected which will give work for tls next meeting Hartford Chap tcs Is on n boom 5 Acme Lodge No 339 I O O Fheld a notable meeting last Friday evening when work was put on iu the Unit A large number ot vlsl- tars tram lagnoU1 Lodge Canbrr town came up to waist In the work and also to put on some side degrees A splandld chicken supper was served In the dining room by the following comtilittre O D Likens W 11- Ellis and W U Htdrlck nt the close ot the lodge in honor ot the visitors after which he sldo was thoroughly enjoyed number who rtlnUllntod Noble Grand A D Riley welcomed the visitors In a few chron words which was respondod to by E M Morton ot Maguaia The Hart ford boys hops the ers will rppcet the visit JlS HOOD as possible The following Vlsitors were present from Ctmturtown H H Lewis L C Norton Alvin Rowe E M Morton JM ROss J D SJvnln Alvin Ross OryUlo Ross Dr J 1 Smith Worth Ttchonor Gartiold- Barnard A R Plummor L C Jaml and Dulinl1 Williams Also It H Jones ot btountain Park Oklahoma S The eeremonlep of tnaUlng non R A Young of Ewing Ky who RllpolnW Grand Outer Guard of the lWlghts ot s of Kentucky by Grand Chancellor It L Slade of- Ltxington to succeed Benamr J J Watklna ot StUlogis Ky who died several days tygutook plocqat Ue office ot cir d of Records and Seal J W Carta in the TrastbuUd lag at Lexington Saturday nt noon Grand Chancellor Slado appaXntud Past Grand Ohunca1or 0 H pollard to officiate as irmlalllng olotllPast Grand Ohanoaltor J W Carilla its Acting Grand Prelate and Pant Grand Chancellor D H H Roberts C1S Ac tttg Grand Maateratanus The rulW- Iy appointed official was then induct ed Into office under the imprcsatve- curirmonios of the cidor a mum ber of prominent Pythlans who are niombers or thp Grand Lodge ware ount to witness tho tliconclusionQt tlo In Uatlon Mr Young nuthtan etoqutuaandtO- nchlnaaddreas of the vlr tues of the lotto Senator Watkins- whose sudden dEAth was31o doclanod a doss not only tq tho order diet to the Slate at large 1 1 hums in our Garment BUSINESSThe brisk selling that way strongly attests the superior style and better value of our now showingAmong suits the beautiful and complete PRINTZESS line la es- pecIally favored And deservedly so for not only are PRINTZESS styles the recognizcdstandard but the beautiful allwool materials from which these garments are made their thor ugh and artistic tliiloring hnd their exact custom fit entitles them to the preference of tie discriminating woman An feature which makes PRI TzESSFall Garments even greater values than heretofore is the new PRINTZESSPLIO CANVASS an exclusive shape retaining fabric which insures the permanent shape of the garment until worn outI n d n 11 PRINTZESS garments are guaranteed to give two full selisons of satisfactory wear Our stock every line complete uptodnte the range very low according the high values anything us show you arrange accommodate HARTFORD KENTUCKY OOOOOOOOOOOCOC000000000COO ooocooooooooooooc degro dogrC1work lodge Cmatentownbro11t was Keoper Quite coremonbe- At eulogistic MERCHANTS USE- REWSPAPERS ONLY Merchants of Kansas Coming to Conclusion that Local Papers Only Place to Advertise The merchants of ManhattanKanl- utive decided to turn down aU fake advertising schemes andwill make all their announcement through the local papers ThJ ollytoDIlcd stranger who goes to Manhattan to Issue a llvery stable directory will rOC lvo no encouragement The man who offers to plant ndver1tslng on trees or barb wire fences at Fo much a letter will bo thrown through the transom The merchants of Abl1once baY 0 tol I lowed suit Bar 111 liJreatr opend no more money to have thllr names printed on the town cows or on wy balloons or on woodchucks The movement is srroading and tho day Is at hand iwhenaU Kentucky merchants will adopt the sate and sane plan and do their Jadvertising In the newspaperIt only nay to roach and interest the people who buy things The people rood their homo newspapers but they dont read tolf4JhoIiu poles or cows or barbed wire fences You OOr yet saw n rain seated by his flrodollAdl1g a board hneo or the side ota barn to hlso children 4 GovernorsProclamation Gov Willeoh has Issued theannu- al Thanksgiving Proclamation as toll Iowa Then Presidont of the United States of America has by a public pro clamaUon sot BIde Thursday the twentyfourth day of Nqvomberi9 PmyerIand lri the roams ot the Oonunc2Wtt4aN1i and aU of Its pee po I unll4lnthat action of the Presldont 11 No land and no people havo so much to be thankful tor and 1 call upon bur pcoplo to pray for Gods right and justice to prevail in all lards and throughout our land In ovbry ntdghborhood thereof WORN govtarnmontpie and for thelicopr We are thankful for tho marry bounties bo thankfulJWo arc thhukful torall that thee J 0 U Lord has brought to those In HiI province and His wisdom We should give covenant that we will cltorisl and obey Ills laws and keep with each Other the covenants of our laws andJcustoms to do honor to the Lord hosts and to bring blessings to U2o Commonwealth Let WI pry that l will bring It to pass that every soul shall have an equal chance botoluto law and that this Commonwealth shall grow rich In the true sprlLt or the old Kentucky homo hart us welcome ovory useful worker who comes to us to live Lot us do all tn our power to keep and hold the love tronldshlp confidence good will and fidelity of all who one with us now Now Therefore J Augustus h- Willson Governor of tho Common wealth of Kentucky have set asldo and do haroby Ix the twentyfourth day ot this November nineteen hundred and ton as a day of genenalthanks giving anti prayer and SIt that to S- Car as In us lies all shall cease tram toll and bUs1neES and In our homes and places of worship truly thank our God for his blessings Bud gracious providence and pledge to hint to keep our oonvenaubs wiLth our God and each other or faithful service human klndness patient and steadfast endurance ot the tasks of life and earnest good work to the end that wu may hope for continued and renewed blessings COOPERA PL TTROOlilORT BURNED The plant of the Indian Cooperage fOJI1pany at RockportKy was f rteltypd by fire at 3 oclock Satur i- dayingrning causing nloBB of U5- Q Pi The fire originated In the bon 1Iroom and was or an unknown ori gin The night watchman was res cued from the burning structure barely In tlD to S his life The lire W dlsCgyered l7 the en gineer of a pasefngtteight train who blew isn1 alarm Persons on their way to the depot rusbed to the nightWatchmanfactory was owned by the Indian Cooporago + Company of Louisville and will bo rebuilt d TRAINED MINDS Are in demand bybUl1lnoss men Thu Spencerfan course In Book korping Sltcrthaod and Account lIg has bo3Jn the moons by which 12QOO graduates arb hulclinS re sponslhI01j llon8 Hundreds are earning over 5000 a roar Vu will send full dt1IJSTdlngrates and course to young man and vomen who will wrlt- oSpoticerlan i1s Commercla1School Union NaUoaa BaniD l igr 6IId Main Ste LOWSVILLB KYJ h l S Y1t 7