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I 1 ti tf tattf tJt 1 i tpUbllCaU Fine Jqb Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS Of ALL TILE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription i per Year VOL XXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY Ely FRIDAY APRIL 23 1909 No40 FIRE DESTROYS TOBACCO FACTORY Vaughan Plant at Owens boro Burns to Ground Loss Is 150000 Nearly Cover ed by Insurance Panic Among the Employes Owonsbcno Ky April 20The large tobacco plant owned by JM Vaughan containing over 2000000 pounds of tobacco was burned to the ground to day entalUug a loss of 160000 with insurance to the amount of 116600 The plant was a frame struoturefour stortte high with brick and stone foundations and was one of the1 most modem in Kentucky The fire origi rated In the drying room and spread With unusual rapidity In less than on tour the entire plant iwas involved In flames and the efforts of the tire men to subdue the blaze wore futile They them directed their attention to savins the nearby buildings R EI OTlynns factory across the street from the Vaughn factory would have burned had it not been for the fact that a heavy row fell last night and thoroughly soaked the walls of the plant There were 160 hands worklnig in the factory at the time of the fire When the alarm iwas sounded u pan ic ensued and la mad rush was made for the doors None was seriously injuredTwo school buildings are In the neighborhood and the children became greatly excited odd it way with dif ficulty that they were restrolnedl from leaving the buildings One school dismissed Many of tho parent of the children were employed at the factory lThe tobacco was bought by Mr Vaughan for himself and dealers In the United States and in England1 It was of the highest grade Mr Vaughn is one of the bestlcnoX tobacconists of Kentucky and bos always had the good will of the grower Mr Vaugham will wake arrange ments to reibuUd his factory at once at the same site The flee originated from a drying machine 1m what is known oa the cooling room lust what iwas the cause of it has not been ascertained and probably never will be The machine was fllledi with thoroughly dry tobacco and this was to tomes when the man operating the machinery discovered that there was some thing wrong It la regarded as prob able that a shot box oni one of the journals caused dgnttion but no trouble of this kind had ever boon experi enced with the machine A borne the property of J A Lash e Son hitched to a telephone pole more than two blocks down the street was absolutely frightened to death While he stood trembling in fright from the affect of smoke and flames the fire cntoo dashed by him at Sun speed and the sidewalks were ithrongod with excited ixooplo running to the Hire The animal made no attempt to break loose or run away but stood still trembling till he dropped dead In his tracks Graded School at Centertown The election at Centretown last Sat urday on the question of establishing a graded common school la aooordanco with boundaries given resulted in1 fa fur of its establishment the vote be- Ing 64 la favor thereof and 32 against it TOO vote carried with t the elec tion of five tr isteos Viz Erode Mor ton Virgil Bishop t011IMJcKoImY J B Maddox and Lee Mason tune the levy of 160 poll tax nod BOc on tl100 PrOperty The question of location Q also determined by triovote which resulted to the choice of the hfeb bill south of Centertown as a location It Is tOd that this selec tion of sight is the only serious objec titan that hits been offered to the roj suit of the election and in fact was the only serious objection to the ear tabHehment of the school This howev er con probably bo changed by tie true tee or At not by consent of the patrons of the school The establishment of the Graded school at Centertowni means muck for the place It places the Bctool In Sine for scgb4ringorb of the county high schools whloImay bV established un der the newschoal law As Center town Iii centrally located In education al division N06 it will have a Bplea did slow to land the high school for thit division It wUl also ifuralsh splendid and more accessible school facilities for a vast number of young people in the western part of the county The trustees named are among the towns bet and most en torgettc buslnere men and they will spare no effort to make the school a success Supt DeWeose informs us that he will meet with tile trutsees some time during next week at which time organization will be had Olatons Young Hero fib Master Beofcham Stone the 8 year old son of foreman John Stone is given the credit of having saved at least one life that of young Stan ley Stearsman aged about two years who fell Into tho water and would have drowned but for the quick and thoughtful work of his playmate Since the recent rains the water at this place is very high and late Tues day afternoon several children had gone to the water mill to watch the logs and timbers floating down the creek when little Stanley fell into the water but fortunately the cur rent was not swift enough to carry him away The heroic work of this playmate saved the child from death In the muddy waters May Build Bridge at Henderson Information which is stated to be from a most reliable source is to the effect that the Illinois Central ron road will most assuredly build a bridge across tho Ohio at a ipolnt near the city of Hendereon and the monster undertaking will It Is understood begin not later than one yeas from date and very likely rnucheoftflej It IBknown positively that a party of surveyors were in the city for some days last fall and that while there toy surveyed a route through the country near Parktaavd Much material hasboonp1lcCd along this route and everything points to the building of the bridge which will In all probability be a double track one Some two years ago last June ru mor had it that a deed to a fifty toot right of way across one of the Islands near the city tad been filed in the county clerks office but no in formation could be obtained showing directly that the I C was behind the scheme us the deed is in the nam of another rood This last intonma tlon however eeems to be reliable TIME EXTENDED BY OR DER OF STATE BOARD To July 1 For A S of E Mem bers to Settle Dues at 150 Headquarters Kentucky State Union A S ot E Calhoun KyNotdoe- Is hereby given that at a mooting hold by the elate executive board1 of the Kentucky State union A S of E It was ordered by mid board the time at which any delinquent member might be reinstated by the payment of dues for the year 1909 160Ibe extended to July 1 and under and by authority given by the sold action of sold State board wo ore authorized to continue to accept dues Idiom any member who may desire to be reinstated In the American Society of Equity laud we urge that all members now in good standing get busy and see to It that every delinquent 3n your local takes advantage of this liberal provision and get ini line Now we have a supply of report blanks that you will got by simply app plying for them so please Sot your wants be known that wo may supply them i We ask as a favor futbo Keif tucky State union A S at E all newspapers in the State will copy this ifo tics Respectfully a B ROBERTSON Sec Kentucky State Union A a or E Card of Thanks Wo wish to return our sincere thanks to those neighbors and friends who so graciously administered to us during the last Illness and death of our beloved father Mr R MWal ker May these kindnesses return to them In manifold blessings Very truly i THE FAMJLY I VOTING HAS = BEEN STEADY The voting In the Popu GlraContestduring tho present end put week bas been steady with u seam toe determination of a largo number of contestants to win the beautiful watch which will be awarded as soon as the vote is all In and tarn be ntatUmc for turning la voje having closed yesterday at 6 oclock p an except that remittances sent iby mall booTing poet mark of April 22 lbe entered as of yesterday and will count la this special premium offer The piano to be given away ias been on exhibition In our office tor tho past several days and has been proupmKfcd very beautiful by the vast number of people who have inapected ItI Tie following testimonials have Ijoen received from two of Hartfords most prominent lady music teachersvwho furnished them to us after having given the piano a severe test In alht e movements t Hartford Ky April 14 1909 Messrs Barnett 8 Smith Proprietors of Hartford Republican GentlemenI have examined the Piano which you have received from Smith 8 Barnes to be glvem away in the Popular Girls Contest and can say that Its tone Is sweet and mellow and It has splendid action I regard It a good Instrument MRS D ELLIS THOMAS I Hartford Ky April 13 1909 Messrs Barnett 8 Smith Proprietors of The Hartford Republica- nGentlemenI have examined the Smith 8 Barnes Piano which is to be given away In your Popular Girl Contest and find it to be a splendid instrument with unusual soft mellow tone Respectfully MARY KEOWN In our next Issue wo will publUflv the standing of the various candidates all votes turned In by noon of next Thursday being included ini the count Everycontettonts4ouidturn la her votes before that date BO oa to make a good showing We will say for the benefit of all Interested that no candi date bas a commanding load in votes turned In several having an equal chance to win the handsome piano We will next week also announce the winner of tho beautiful utah The Jewel Cases have been sent to the respective winners some delay having been occasioned however from Its being unsafe to anal thorny Everyone fiivnn whom we have heard Is highly pressed with these prizes Wo till announce soon another special premium Watoh our columns and mail lop too announcement WOOL GROWERS FORM UNION To be Auxiliary of American So ciety of EquityWebsterC- ounty Man President r The State Society of Equity met in Ellzabethtown last Wednesday and or ganized a wool growers union M C Rianfkln of Frankfort Commissioner of Agriculture Garrett M Waroded Itor of the Equity Farm Journalpub lished1 at IndtamapollsIndand a large number of delegates from various parts of the State were present The Hon Ben Watson of Web ster county called the meeting to order and named the purpose there of Dr George W McMlllon of Pendleton county was elected tnt porary chairman and S B Robert son of McLean temporarry secretary E L Mann of Kenton county Ben jamin Watson of Webster county R E Day of Hardln W H Ralln and J F Dorsey of Warren were appointed to the credentials com mittee who afterwards reported to allow all members of tho American Society of Equity present to partici pate In the proceedings of the meeting ELECT OFTFICEKS Benjamin Watson of Webster county was elected president E L Mann of Kenton vlco president and Silas Stevens oft Ohio secretary and treasurer F W Conrad of Pendleton county Den Jarnk Wat son of Webster county M F Sharp of Warren J B Secrcst of Carroll and R E I HardIn were appointed a committee on constitution and by laws The constitution reported was qulto lengthy and dealt principally upon the duties of officers of the association which was named The Kentucky Wool Growers Union No 2 Is the title ot the com bination nod the constitution provides for the economical and profit able marketing ot sheep husbandry Including wool mutton live or dressed and lambs by putting into marl I auxiliary of tho Society oC Equity One per cent per pound on wool and 2 per cent on sales of lambs mut ton and sheep are to be charged to conduct the sales As several coun ties in the State have Iteretoforo pooled their wool advantageously and as the tobacco pool was a sac cess the Society of Equity now pur poses not only Ito pool the wool in Kentucky but eventually all other agricultural products II ==ALL IS BUSY PREPARING FOR COMMENCEMENT Diversion in Program Noted for the Close of Term of t Hartford College A splendid series of varied enter tainments is being carefully prepared by teachers and pupils of nil departments for Commencement week of Hartford College Every effort is be- Ing put forth to mako the features of this commencement popular attractive and entertaining A departure will be made from the accustomed routine of exercises On Monday night May 10th the teachers and pupils of the first tour grades will give an entertainment On Tuesday night the slxthseventh and eighty grades will present a well prepared program Wednesday evening will bo devoted to a spirited declamatory contest Nine well trained contest ants with choice and uptodate se lections will battle for tho gold med al to bo awarded to the successful competitor The graduates will ap pear before the public Thursday night in one of the most amusing dramas of the day A noted humorist and character de lineator of nanny years experience In platform lecturing has been engaged for Friday night Muy 14th Ho will deliver a popular address filled with wit humor and philosophy which It Is said has charmed and convulsed with laughter every audience before whom it hUll been delivered Excellent music which is being spe cially prepared for the occasion will be Interspersed in all programs It will consist of piano solos and duets vocal solos and duets choruses and popular melodies sung by two male quartettesIt earnest desire of the school to thoroughly equip a school library with carefully selected books for sup pllmentary reading in tho grades for general Teadlng and for reference in connection with the work done in each sublcot taught tin tfhe high school Such a library has been a keenly felt need of the school for many years and It Is ihoped that patrons and friends of the college will so liberally patronize the series of entertainments that an excellent library con be equipped and thus wipe out forever Diamonds DIck Detective Stories and other questionable papers and books too numerous to mention which are positively ruinous to ohUdron Reserved seats will be Boldand each one will get the particular seat or seats purchased SUMrtSARY REPORT OF fTHAOHERS FOR EIGHTH iMQNTH The aggregate report of teachers for the seventh month ending April 9th is as follows Yearly enrollment 341 enrollment number of days taught 19 average number of daya attended per pupil 17 average number of pu pils attending each day 229 cases of tardiness 13 per cent of attendance 93 The last weeks of school are the most Important to the pupils of the whole year because It Is dulrng these weeks that teachers have their final oral and written tests with the view to aklng promotions Pupils who drop out and thus fall to complete the years work can not be promoted and are required to take up the same grade of work the following year Therefore parents are urged to keep their children in school to the end so that they may be regularly pro moted L N GRAY FOR THE BUSY READER Gov Willson has decided to put In the biggest part of his working hours this week In the examination and disposition of the many applications for pardons that have been presented to him u After a recess of six weeks the Tennessee Legislature reconvened In Nashville There are only thirteen days remaining of tho session and a vast amount of work Is to be crowd ed into that timeS Insanity both at the time of the killing of William E AnnIs and since then will be the chief point In the defense In the trial of Capt Peter C- Hains Jr charged with the murder of AnnIs on August 15 last 5 Dr D K Pearsons of Chlcagohas given 125000 to Berea College The money will bo used to erect a new boys dormitory This Is Dr Pearsons third donation to the institution the three aggregating 175000 5 Col James W Caperton of Rich mond one of the leading lawyers and financiers of the State died after an Illness of two weeks Col Caper ton was 86 years old and had been the friend of many men of national reputation A street car motorman of St Louis has Informed James Shopard Cabanne Jr that ho saw tho kidnaped boy In a restaurant with a stranger and roco nlzed the youngster from his picture The search for the little fellow has been thus far without avail 5 Chief Interest In tie United States Senate is now centered In the fight over the income tax As the matter now stands enough Republicans favor the amendment to carry it with the aid of the solid Democratic vote but Senator Aldrich may corral enough of the Insurgents to alter tho situation Judge Adams Tuesday refused to grunt a continuance for Beech Har gIs charged will tho murder of Ms father Haagls attorneys asked for a continuance ibecauEc the chief coun sel for the defense United States Senator Bradley was not presentand also claiming teat the feeling against the defendant was too Intense to al low a fair trial Park Thomas Mr Carson C Park and Miss Corlnco Thomas wore married at St Johns Catholic church last Monday morning at 8 oclock the Rev Father OSull ivan performing the ceremony A large crowd of the friends and rela tives of the contracting parties were present to witness the beautiful and impressive ceremony Mr Park Is one of tho most substantial and intel ligent young farmers ot the northern part of the county while Miss Thom as is the daughter of Mr John H Thomas at present postmaster at Narrows and formerly editor ot this paper The sunny friends of the young people wish them bon voyage on the matrimonial sea Pardon Refused Emmett Wells Effort to secure a pardon for Emmett Wells have proved futile Gov ernor Wilson having refused Monday to grant tho petition for pardon Wells was convicted four or five yarn ago on the charge of criminally assault Ing Bottle Lee Huff and sentenced to twenty years in tho penitentiary He had boon a resident of Davlcss county most of his life Securing signatures to a petition for his pardon was begun severe weeks ago and a large num ber of Owensboro people Including several members of the bar signed It SHARP FIGHT OVER INCOME TAX Strong Effort to Carry Amendment to Tariff Organization Leaders Declare Minority Party Not Unit ed on the Plan Washington April 21Itlis evident from the activity of opponents and antagonists of the Income tax propos- Ition to ascertain the strength of the other that this question will furnish the sharpest contest to be waged In the Senate during the tarlffl revision session of Congress In view of the fact that the Demo cmts are said to be unanimous for an income tax measure the leaders of the Insurgent Republican faction ap puar to be confident of victory On the other hand opponents of tho laconic tax idea say the Democrats are not united and declare that some of the Insurgent strength foil addi tional Internal taxes will be lost the moment Senators are convilnced tho pending bill will produce sufficient revenues for the needs of the govern mont Among the Republicans declared to be In favor of an Income tax are Senators Borah Brown BurkettCIapp Crawford Cummins Dixon Gamble Guggenheim Lafollette and Nelson In addition to these some of the in surgents are claiming Senator Jones Heyburn Johnson of North Dakota and Dolllver If the votes of all of those Senators should be cost for an Income tax provision they would be more than sufficient to pass It In the Senate unless a break should occur in tlie Democratic ranks The burden of Senator Aldrichs speech In the Senate yesterday was an effort to show that additional in ternal taxes are not needed to provide for the operating expenses of tho government His argument came as- a surprise to many Senators for it had been accpeted as true that moro revenues than the pending bill would raise are to be required annually for the next few years at lest It Is declared that some of the doubtful Re publican again became supporters ot the amended bill Leaders of both factions were busy on the floor canvassing Ute Senate for and against the income tux meas ure An Important Suit Decided Tie Suit of J P Stevens against the town of Beaver Dam was decided by the Court of Appeals Tuesday in favor of Mr Stevens The suit grew out of a controversy between Mr Stevens and the town relative to the salary of the former It was tried In the Ohio Circuit Court last August and was then determined In favor of Mr Stevens but the town carried the case to the Court of Appeals Mr Stevens sad been Marshall of the town of Beaver Drum for a number of years at n fixed salary and when a new board of trustees were elected this new board made no order with reference to this salary but wfton Mr Stevens presented his claim for same It was refused on the ground that tho board of trustees bed not authorized tho payment of any salaryMr Stevens filed a suit in time Circuit CourtwMeh resulted as before stated By this decision of the Court of Appeals the town will have to pay tho salary sued for as well as salary for tho term for which Mr Stevens serv ed together with the cost of this lit igation Train Failed to Get Through The Illinois Central train which is due to arrive In Owenaboro from Horse Branch at 9 oclock a m was water bound at Fwdsvillo Tuesday and was unable to snake the trip There were many passengers who waited at the elation the larger por tion of the day to get the train on its return trip but were forced to aban don their trip Tfco train corned a great ninny passengers for this city and owing to the depth and width of water they were unable to transfer The water was caused from tho recent heavy ruins which fell in that territory Tie train crew turned tho train at FordsvlHe and made the return trip Owonsboro inquirer I ii e s r I Yr EQUIPMENT Of POLE HUNTERS Motor Car Ponies Dogs Heavy Woolen Latest Expedition Being the Mos- Successful in History Was led by LieutThackleton What the value of either the North or South Pole Would be tO the patio n becoming its proud Proprietor Is dlt tlcult to say but for many years thu finding Of one Or the other Of them has been the highest ambition of all wino have felt the peculiar attractfo- of the magnetic regions Lieutenant Sheckletons experienc e with Captain Scott In the Discovery expedition of IDOl4 when he reached the highest latitude over attained InI the Southern roglons82 degrees 17- mlnutesl1dmlrobly fitted him to ka the next nrltlsh expedition which sated 1 In the Ntmrod from LYtUeton Ne- Zoaland w on New Years Day Of last year Ills experIence led him to think thl1t by the use Of n tlpcclal motor car successful dash might be made for the South Pole and the car which h took with him was really extra silecla TO begin with It had interchangeable wheelsone set with plane tires tor flat ground another with knobby tlrosfor snow and n third set with tourInch spikes placed In iralrs and I calculated to get a grip on Ice Ioor quick running over Ice Or snOw the front wheels could o endereL in movable and placed on broad runners something like skies Water for drinking md wnshtng pur hoses was constantly supplied by this wonderful car through an arrange meat by which the hot exhaust gases were made to act upon n snow tank which could always be kept tilled wWi snow The same gas kept a warming lranIn the floor of the car at n com fortabie temperature- Blubber In those cold regions would quickly perish and become useless so the tires were made ot hickory and steelthe letter spookily treated to WIthstand tie intense frost Another novelty which Lieutenant Shl1ckletan Introduced tae 101411 enter prise consisted of Manchurlan IIonles- or which Ie took 15 is a standby against a possible motor breakdown lie also took the furter preen uticn of- carrying a number of dogs Before this expedition heavy rills W always considered necessary In Polar regions but Lieutenant Shacklcton replaced these for himself and his Par ty bystilts or pure wool etch wolghln 80 pounds with outer suits Of mackintosh He considered that with the addition or reindeer fur hoots and glove Of wool and dogskln they were thus fitted to wltstand for many months at a time seine GO degrees or frost Won the party In te Xlnuod ex pedition reached Mt Erebusthe lead ers Idea Or estnbllshing a base on King Edward VIPs Land hlItng been frustrsted by the terrible gales and blizzards VZ1ooutoledtey set up n house which had ben built la sections In England The wells were of wood and were double the fourtech space between the sLells being rlllc wlt granulated cork Jt was 33 feat long is feet wide and 9 feet high Casting 15Q000 the oXllellltions equipment Included from GO to GO tons of provisions packed In 1100 casts Of groat Importance among these were 2000 bottles Of fruit seven and n quarter tons or dried vegetables and 700 pounds or coda For rolentlflc ro sons cocoa was the staple drink of tLo Irraty troug5out the time spent In frozen regions fine fruit and vegetables were ot course to prevent scurvy and this success has been seen In the excellent hoolth which the expodition has enjocdIHaving left 15 Of te party nt the base with provlslons sufficient for two years the Nimrod returned to New Zoalend In Marsh 1908 and reported that Lleutennnt ShMklotoll hoped to make a bold attempt to teach the IloleI from his wintering quarters Inl the autum the vessel returned to pick u- pto oxploring party to bring thIJmI hOmecThree or four of the wintering party remained In to nelghborbood of the hut making short geolfgical and other solutlflc expeditions but the remain der pushed rOTllld in tllree parties carrying ample provlslons Each party carried one Or more hug sfeepk g aiels capable or ncoommo dating throe men each In a smaller bag lined with reindeer fur Thoy also lad small tonte very low so lIB to offUr little resistance to the eighty mllean hour winds w lob sweep these regions tow as these tents ore Jowever they had to be burled In snOW ism orde to give them something like stability Particularly valuable was the 14by- 18inch box carded by encbt slelghand containing In Its marvelous Interior sufficient nutrlmpnt In tile torulof beet products to keep tbroo men ally e for One month As progress was made southward cachets of provisfous were established at intervals They were surroun- dpd by bamboo poles bearing large marktthe snow were considered moat likely to catch the eye of returning parties We cannot yet know the full value that the bold lender pf this expedition has found his curdlou motor ca- to possess In Antarctic exploration but In a trip toward the North Pole It would pe Of little value because Or the very rough end hummocky nature of Ice In northern rogiOM The reason of the difference Is that whereas the northern Ice is constant ofsthe south has never been untroerzn probably since the glAcial period Tilt Ice Is In places 2000 foot thick Or even more and has a stability and Immobility unknown In the far north Now that Lieutenant Shackleton Is- on his way home crowned with stall b3dInteresting to know what have attended the Antarctic expedition ot the French savant Dr Crareot who left Iianie In the now ship Pour quoi PnsWhy Noton August 15 lastAn ers 14aFrightful Fate Averted forta cap writes Frank Desberry Kelliher Dann without Ducklens Arnica Salve which soon cured me Infallible for wounds cuts and bruises It soon cures Burns Scalds Old Sores Boils Skin Eruptions Worlds best for Piles 25c at all druggist m p The Suit Against the Standard The Sherman act Is having the fight of Its lire thesc days In the suit against the Standard Oil Com pany which Is under way before the Circuit Court at St Louis that statute will be put to a severer test than any which It has previously encountered It the governments case against the Standard Is as strong as the sep resentatlvos Of the Department or due tlce say It Is the Sherman net must do the work which Its framers mark ed out tOl It or else It will have to be amended In so many spots that It will virtually be di placed and a new lw will be put upon the stAtute books A conspiracy In restraint of trade Is the familiar cDrge whiCh Is brought against the Standard It the government proves Its case the Standard will probably be compelled tO alter its form of rgJnhzlton Or Its methods of procedure As the government heretofore las not had very good fotune In Its suits against the big oil aggregation te public will not do any rejoicing beforehand Able eaunsel are on each side fonollaly In Its theoretical and practical aspects will be discussed by wren tirto lave made same study of this subject The methods of the Standard wlll pro explained and defended by men who know them intimately Publicity will be given to toprac- tices of the Standard wtatel1 they aretnd It taoe violate te letter Or the spirit Or the law they will leave to be changet Neither tie govern ment nor te people make war on tae principle Of combination In trade- but only against Its unlawful opera tlods It Is the belief of the rIk part ment Or Justice that It Las I stronger case this time against the Standard tian ever before and this may turn out to be the fact The interest of tile Public Is In seeing the law enforced and In having fair play shown to all parties among hvhtcls are te Independent concerns and the cOnsumers who constitute a majority Of the 90000000 Of people When Sherman and his associates were put ting the antitrust net Into shape In 1890 the volume of the oountrys Industries was only about a third ns movementIlton was In Its early stages They could not have torseen the proportions which the oil the steel and the other groat aggregations have reached today U the act or 1890 Proves inadequate under the test to which It Is submitted at St Louis Congress will ho called upon tO frame law which will meet the existing deurand Claire Democrat Quick cimate changes try strong oonstltutlans und cause among other evils nasal catarrh a troublesome and orrenslv dhesc Sneezing and su f- fing coug tog and difficult breathing and tho drip drip ot the foul dlscharg Into the throatall are ended by Elys t Cream Balm This honest remedy contains no cocaine mercury nor other harmful ingredient The WOrst carves yield to tnraztmeut In a short time AU druggists fiOe or mailed by Ely nras fiG Warren Street New York BACHELORS ARE BEA J TEN WITH BLADDERS And Also Fined Ten Dollars for Remaining in State of Bachelorhood A gladstone bachelor In a French comic song wanblos I choOse to be a celibate cellceUcellbate diesnon t sing It much longer It the present tendecy to penalize single life with taxation and other oppression contin arerState of llhine with a penalty of 10 a year and our Sofia correspondent has announced that the Bulgarian Sobranie has already passed unani mously l somewhat similar proposal In tact there seems tO be quite n nasty feeling against the celibate In Imlkarla D8 there is an old customs in that countrys ancient capital wlremby- all yroung men who have riot married during the carnival season are bent en with pigs bladders In the streets by their happier married comrades Glut n horrid suspicion obtudes Itself Is It better to endure the slings and at rows ot outrageous bachelorhood than to fly to the evils we mow not of In volvod In matrimony As Miunlet observes rent is the question The bachelor must really be forgiven It he sees something ominous ins this fury Of taxation and pigs bladder beat fogs administered by wild husbands Some people say that bachelors sboul be taxed at 25 for the crime Of refus- Ing to support somebody elses daugh terbut the majority seem to hold that 35 is the time at which to begin and the tax should be progressive so that at 60a man shall either snazzy or starve This taxing out of existence Js the great panacea or the New 11yran ny tar It Is alsolt will be romemberud- aaroaated to cure those who have the Impertinent intelligence to earn Or poe sass more than their fellows But It race suicide Is to be prevented the next step must be to penalize nil who have IDa children and thus no one will be able to call his soul his OWn And taxation Is not the only peril which besets the unhappy bachelor He Is to be deprived of the title Or Mr which Is tO be the app nMloor ot- I the mArried man llB Mrs Is that Or the married woman The new women tOfreforms and they have persuaded Senator Samuel Ettleson who appears to be a real per son and not a Character out of JJar tin Ohuzzlewlt to bring In abill mirk lag It a penal offenso for a married man to lQse I1S unmarried Unfortunately no One can hit on the snascu line for lrJss Why not call a man Bachelor Jones Or simply Bach Jones nut why tax bachelor and not spinsters Any woman wino wants to marry can find a congenial mate and la therefore wholly responsible for her Own celibacy The Idea or punlsMng people for not marry Is silly enge- rul Md wicked but if the woman In sists on taxing bachelors tIre men should Insist on taxing spinsters also It for no other reason than tO glee the new woman some Of the equality IIhQJs shrieking for ro vigorously TheSedRock of Success lies is a keen clear braIn backed by energySuchhealth that Dr Kings New Life Pills Inpart Trhey vitalize every Organ and build up brain and body J A Har mon Llzemore W Va writes They are the best pills I ever used25cat all druggistm Andrew Jackson Protectionist That Andrew Jackson was n pro tectionist Is made clear by a letter which Is printed In Il recent Issue ot the Bulletin of the American Iron and Steel Association written eighty six years ago to Colonel Robert Pat terson or Philadelphia Says the editor of the Bulletin We lravoseen the original In the hands of General Patterson Te letter is tuIfaUows hermitage near Nashville M1ny 17 IS23Slr A few days since I had the pleasure to receive the grass hat Which you ht been pleased to present anid forward to Mrs Jackson asia tokep of the respect and esteem entertaluQd for my public services Permit on- esir to return to you my grateful nc conflrIson wilt wear with pride a hat mr de by American hands and made Of Amen reflectingauthors will be regarded ns an ov Idence of the perfection which oUr domestic manufactures may hereafter acquire It properly fOsteredi and Pro tooted Upon the success of our annn- ufactures ILS the handmaid of agriculture and roIMlIerec depends In n great measurer the Independence of Qur country and I assure you that none cnn feel snore sensibly than I dO the necessity of encouraging them For this Instance oQ your respect and esteem and the flattering langunge with which you have noticed my pule i iiJ lie serviCes accept lr my most eta cere thanks With great respectyour- very Obedient and humble eerlyanLI ANDREV JACKSON Cal Robert PatteraonP2tiladeIphla- A Recent Massachusetts Idea Senator Elkins gas made a speech on the composition of the Finance Committee of the Senate and the nbeQ lute lack of representation therein of Southern Repabncanethatwe are softy forand yet there Is foundation ion It The majority membenJ ot this committee rightly or wrongly fomu late Tariff legislation and under these circumstances the Interests of all the great sections of the country should be represented In this majottty In this view It would have been bettor tO have placed a outheraRegrublic an all the committee rather than to have filled a vacancy by tho appoint ment or Senator Lodge who is on record as standing for full Paotectton to Massachusetts industries and Free Trade Or lower duties for some at least of the materials that they coa same The South and weft are Intrested la Protective duties on sorolled raw mnterlulsmare thaw on Ulttished pro ducts It Protection 4s to be the poI Icy or the country they are entitled to consideration while It we are to gQ toward Free Trade talrnerf requIres that all sections should tike their medicine There Is no logic or decency In the position ot a man who asks Protection on what tie sells and Free Trade In what he buys Thlq Is a recent Massachusetts idea but even the far famed courtesy and good fel lowship of Senator Lodge are not like ly to snake it prevail A Card of Thanks We desire to return our sincere than1 and grrtltude to the many friends and neighbors who Were so faithful In their attentions end so ready to make any sacrifice In their power to aid us during the illness and Jt the time of the death ot Oury dear parent n S Chamberlain and lvmily Would be Eternally Tinkering The House Committee on Ways and roons Is said to be against a Tariff commission No doubt of It fro be gin with a Tariff conrmfssfon would have the power of recommendatlow only Congress cannot delegate its pdw er to dO the revising Itself Next a commission would be etoonaUyl tinkering with a subject that should stay settled for some years at a time if business Is to run along without Interruption It Is ot some Importance whether Congress shall Impose abolish or modify this Or that duty but It Is ot more importance tOi the steady pursuit ot Industry flat haying reached a decision It shall pot take up the subject again ton some years A Tariff lIable to change at every session of Congress Is na un satisfactory D8 a basis upon winch to do business as a fluctuating 1II10netl- l1stnndudDubuque Times EAT SAUSAGES AND NEW BREAD Or any FavOrite Food With out Fear of Indigestion Distress from Dyspepsia or a Disordered Stomach Vanishes Five Minutes Later You can oat anything your stomach craves without fear of a case of mdf gostion Or Dyspopsa or that your food will ferment Or sour on your stomach It you will occasionally take IL lit to Diapepsin Lifter eating Your meals will taste gOpd and anything you eat will be digested nothing can ferment Or turn IntO acid or poison Or stomach gas whlah muses Bobbing Dizziness a feeling of tullnese nIter eating Nausea In dtgostion like a ump of lend in stom- noh Billiousness JetU burn Water brush Pain In stomach and intestines pr other symptoms Headaches from tile stomach are absolutely unknown where this effective remedy ie used Dlavevelll really does all the work or a healthy MOm sob It digests your meals when your stomach cant ash trlangulo will digest ail the rood you ron eat and leave nothing to ferment or sour kt IL large fiOcent case of Papos- Diapopsln from your druggist MId atmt faking today and by tomor row you will actually brag about your healthy strong Stomaoh for you then can eat anything and everytrhing yOU want without the slightest discomfort- Or misery ant every particn or Im purity and pas that n in your stomach and Intestines is going to be oarncd away without the use ot laxative or any other assistance f HOWES I I Great London IAT BEAVER DAM O- NMonday May 3rd The Show this year is bigger and better and in a more commanding position than ever before to maintain their un unrivaledstanding and rank and to amaze and delight their thousands of patrons MANY ENTIRELY NEW AND EXCLUSIVE FEATURES A few of the many features you will see MarionSheridan and herTroupe of Performing Lions PROF BUCKLEYS HERD OF PERFQRMING ELEPHANTS Including DUCHESS the Largest Elephant in the World RoseoaleJt e Beautiful Ten Thousand Dollar Kentucky Horse Jake barges Gorilla RUer Rxhihited in America poundshasful Arms are a wonder to behold A truly wonderful display of trained animals 400 people 250 Horses and Ponies 20 funny Clowns Prof Wheelers Military Band The Flower and Pick of Feature Performers from all nations in a Program Extant startling struggles and ludicrous revelries carrying the spectators by storm and wildly applauded by all ElephantsCamelsLyons SSE The FREE SPECTACULAR STREET PARADE Steartlr11 from the Show Grcl1Jad eat IO n rr1 PERFORMANCES DAILY 2Afternoon at 2 oclock Night nt S oclqck I I COOPERS FILE PLEA FOR NEW TRIAL Father and Son Convicted if Killing Carmack- fortySix I Reasons Given to Se L cure New Hearing of Cese Nashville Term April 20Forty six wpfimto hndJ disttn4t reasonswhy tho defendants Dusan D Cooper and Robin j Cpr recently eorivlctetl- of the murder of Senator E iV Car maekh ultJIbo gnalfed a now trial at the lands of Judge W M Hart are set forth In the grounds for tGe- motlan for c new trial flied by the attorneys for the defendants In the office of the Criminal Court Clerk of Davidson comty rrhe first few assignments are de Voted needy to alleged errors by rca son of Judge Harts ruling out certain edldcnce Next Is taken up portions orJudge Harts charge to the jury and d ntrmber ofexceptions are made to different portions of the charge In which the court Was stating the theory of the State The conc1udlnt portion of the charge deals with a number of- epodal requests refused by the court and to which ctlO1l of the court the dofendsua excepted Ekccptlon is taken to the action of the rt lanot entering a mistrial on Itfliiiatb ilhen a partial report was received from the jury Exeeeptlon Is taken In the connection also because Judge Hart did snot dis charge the jury on MArch 19 after the partial Verdict Was reported This Was the day OIl which John D Sharp was acquitted and on which Foreman E M Burke said the jut Was tope leSsly tied up as to the Coopers or words to that effect and totlowing which Jtfdge Hart sent the jury back for futher deliberation mhe jury reported on the next day Marviv 20 finding the two Coopers guilty of murder In the second degree and giving eacbt twenty years The motion contains the uSUal aver ment that the verdict Is not supported by the evldexce Exception Is taken to the ruling by the court In excluding certain portions Inten4edltoof his father as well as himself Exception Is takom to the courts al lowing the State to k Robin Cooper It he knew any reason why certain States wjtnerses had perjured them selVes Exception Js taker because the court did not admit rill of the Carmack letter Written In Washington in 190J to Col Cooper also becauro all of the Nes5clmltar editorial of March 15 1908 WaS not Exception admittedIcourt allowed amino Col defalcations In Maury county and as to certain sutler brought against him thereException Is taken as to the evi dence ot Major W O Vertrees as to the mental attitude of Senutor CAr mack when given a pistol by Vertrees Exception Is taken because the com t did not allow nil that was said nt Maxwell house conference at Mr Brad fords office and between Gay Pat- tereon and Mr Bradford over tile tele phone on the day of the tragedy Exception Is taken ns to the testi mony or Dr Wlthempootl and Mr Frank Lanier regarding communica tion Of threats to Carmack l1tES Las evidence In which she quotes Mr Bradford as saying he could have kiletlCalmack like a snake and Paul Davis ixtying he would like to get oni the jurythis Is excepted to Money Comes In Bunches to A A OMeholm of Treadwell N Y now His reason Is well worth reading For a long time I suffered from Indigestion torpid liver constipation nervbusne and general do- biltty he writes I couldnt sleep had no appetite nor ambiUon grew wearer every day in spite of all medi cal treatment Thea I used Electric Bitters Twelve botUe restored nil my oldtime health and vigor Now I ban attend to business everyday Its a wonderful medicine Infallible fob Stomach Liver Itldney Blood and Nerves 600 at nIl druggist m Families Grow SmallerI From 1790 when the first United Sautes censue WWI taker to 1900 the year of tlio latest census the size of the average lAmerlcanfamlly dropped from 58 to 46 persons Some interesting deductions aredn from tics figures by Chief Clerk W B- RoeBlter Qf tine Censuti Bureau for ono thing the bf eMl dren to b tidecutyear perlcdThe United States it- e I Is shmtin aided by Immigrants from nIl parts of the world is now maintaining a ratio ct children practically the same ns shown by Great Urttllu Germany and Italy t deduction be- Ing that population conditlccs tzere Are tending to ootite more In harmony with those obtalning In other civilized countries It doubtless will surprIfu those not Irr tile bubltof reveling In figures and the compilation of statistics to learn as pointed out by the census report In question that had the av emge size of families remained the same In 1900 liS frr 1790 thecountry today would have II native population greater by 20000000 persons AJocordlllg to the compiler of the report It may be claimed that the people of the United States have concluded that they are only about half us weLl able to root children at any rate without Personal scrltlce under the oondttdoce which prevailed In 1900 as their predecessors proved tesnselves to bo under conditions prevnlllng In 1790 The Increasing movement toward the cities Is responsible to Jarge measure In the opinion of the census of ficials for the decreasing size of families Apartmentrhouee md lint life does not encourage reartng 01 largo families while the struggle for existence in titles is more exhausting than under the condltloos usually pro valUng In rural districts For Sale Seveaal hundred acres ol good farm- Ing lands known as the J F dills farm distance about two miles from Hartford on tae Hartford and Beaver Dam pike Also residence property In Hart ford twostory dwelling c and a halfacre lotrrontnlg the new M IL E depot site For prices and term apply to W H or B D ColUnsHart ford ICy 22U Indians Good Farmers The Indiana of the great Canadian prairies province of Saskatchewan are disproving the theory that nn Indian wont work unless he has to They are becomlngJndustrlous and prosperous There are nearly SOO Indians In the province and last guar they had bout 19000 acres under crops ffiey raised 160672 bushels or grain and roots and 3GOOO tons of hay worth 136023 The department ct Indian Affairs re ports that the Indians ate turning more and moro to the soil for a liv- Ing The agent of the AssiniboneagcD typicalII wes greatly plcated to find that the area under crop was almost doubJ what It was to year before The band lied about GOO acres of wheat and 200 acres of oats The Indians of this agency WJ beginning to farm on n large scale mId If they continue to do as weN as they have In the last two years thero will be some goodsized farmers among them Onemn had 16- ncres In crop and another 125 acres and several had seventy acres each There ws a decided Improvement In the way tile land had been farmed Its a Top Notch Door Great deeds compel regard The world crowns Its doers Thats Why the American people have crowned Dr Kings New Discovery the King of Throat and Lung remedies very atom Is a health force It kills germs kind colds and la grippe vanish It heals coughrncked membranes and coughing tops Sore Inflamed bron chial tubes and lungs are cured and hemorrhages cease Dr Geo More Black Jock N C writes It cured me of lung trouble pronounced hopeless by all doctors 60c 100 Trial hot tie tree Guaranteed by all druggist m Holland the Smokers Paradise Holland Is the Smokers paradise Not only Is tile clImate one which almost compels Indulgence lu tobacco but the fragrant leaf may be had In abundance and nt sail cost The humidity of the climate leads naturally to continual smoking and sd common Is the habit that instead of measuring distances by miles It Is customary for the boatman to declare a place to be so many pipes distant Un entering the house of afrlend n cigar Is offered you the host sees that you are kept well supplied dur Ing your visit and a fresh cigar upon leaving Is L necesrary as a hat Old friends are not permitted to depart until their cases have been refilled and the necessity for this be comes aparent when it Is known that a smoker usually lights his fresh cigar from the stump pf the previous ono keeping one In his mouth continually iPlpa smokers are equally devoted to their habit taking their pipe tobed with them and only laying It down when they becotO sleepy Should they awake durIng the night they in- duigo In a short smoke boforo going to sleep again and they ltlways light their pipes before getting out of lied in the moin1ng I COST OF MAKjING A KING r The Expenses of King Edwards Coronation Were 1797445 it IJI I1 Expenditure accounts for King Edwards coronation have only just been made public Considering the onor mous figures Involved It Isrnth r significant that these accounts have taken six years to audit Monnrobs of the past often have been described os being spendthrifts whusl it done to lavish pt Landerlngon their coronations but It Is quite evident that Cing EWwnrd Is a record breaker in this respect Ills coronation cost Eng land the tidy sum of 1796445 quite a considerable figure considering that Edward Is regarded as one of the most democratic souverelgns Strange to say the recant revelation of the enormous figures Involved has not created even II flutter of excitement In official or other circles In England The only question that has boon raised Is one ot technicality The committee whic had to pars or audit the vouchers tOt the coronation has pointedly drawn attention to the fact that the accounts as finally submitted were not in keeping m9th the original estimates No question of propriety Is raised concerning the spending of more than 1710000 on the court function To committee only feels slightly hurt that these ex penses made the original estimates presented to Parliament look sick In fact these estimates statEd tat the coronation would cost only 725000 Icing Edwards coronation has excoll- ed In expense that of any otter court function of Its kind on cord For Instance Goorge IVs coronation In cluded a dinner that cost 125942 und 655600 for furniture and decorations for Westminster Hal while on robes alone that monarch spent 125000 Snuff boxes for Foreign Unlsters a curious Item of royal expenditure Faano alone to more than HOOO and there were sunny other Items of extravagance And yet GOrse IVs cor onation was not a patch on that of King Edwards It Is said with more or less accuracy that the King made It a point to blow a lot of money OIl his coronation because his subjects had complainetp for many year that Queen Vlctolla was a nlidr She removed her court from London to Windsor to save money and Viougc the royal flunlly was costing the Egl- ish peoplo the huge sum ot nearly 3000000 per annum Queen Victoria OfllnbnlthatIt also WiS for tiis reason that he LrJn1doncourt drc makers and hosts or otes receive the benefit of royal patronage whereas with too King living out or townesriecialiy Ina little place like Windsorthe funds are more or loss hoarded up It Is w singular fact that King Ed ward has curried popular favor by spending liberally since coming to the throo The main unpopularity his motrerat least among the cfI peoplewas due to the fact that held on to her allowance and the people detlved little Lunefit Tm tre coney they bestowed upon her It Is mainly tor the opposite reason toot theme Is no soseu criticism leased on the Kings coronation expersos Even If they doubled the sum named the nogJlsh people would foal that they got their moneys worth in the foot that the King fIIlo1t a large portion of this money among the decorstorsI chefs caterers florists makers and other royal functionaries Kansas City Star For the Creeping Baby When the baby comes tQ cretlllng It Is well to give up the attempt to keep It dainty and confine ourselves to keeping It comfortable In older that a child may fairly enjoy the creeping period and bring as little antoysnce es possibiu to ills hard worked mother he shpuld be clothed with an eye to the nature of hIs acU vltles The best creJpnlg clothes are probably the dark colored over alls Make the trousers v rYl full and baggy und drawn In at the knee with an elastic bnndmuch like Turkish trousers Dark blue German calico which Is heavier than the Ameri can calico Is the best material of which to snake them Cut the goods f- uto pieces after any ordinary trousers pattern for a child only twice ISi wide or 1Cn wider stitch up at the scans andhem with an Inch wide tem arcurdl the waist and knees A narrow flat Silk elustlcls then run Into these hems Silk elastic Is preferred to cottOtlio as it Is more flexible und does not bind the legs and waist so tightly Draw the UtUe garment rightoi oct the bilbys shlrtsa lho waist emetic l olds It securely In position The creepers can be bOught ready made but they- are ro easily made at home that tte niter who believes In saving the nick lea can easily do so In this case A bib may bo added to the front of the trousers cud will help to hold the gaments securely In place but It Is not nocessaryIothera Magazine At the creeping period the little legs are so constantly kept In contact with tefloor that they should be especially warmly clotted with woo en stocking end little underdrawes the seat or which should be CUt out These little drawers may be kept In place by pinning to the undershirt with satctypln The trousers should be made plenty long with a generous bagging and the stockings will be protectedrat thIJ knees Nothing pays the mother better than to look after the comfort of the baby at this Period and his clothing should be adopted to the charging welturo f the season for the baby must be kept warm It the undershirt Is not made of woolenUicre should be a loose band of nnnnel around the bJhs bowels to protect from sudden chills Does the Devil Help Just how much the agency or the devil figures In the expression of hu man affection known us the kiss Is a question tint has engaged the I1t tentlon of philosophers poets and others for ages past It Is related that the osculatory practice as an art of rafutation In ordinary Intercourse was not unusual In some of the coun tries where Christianity first pre iil- ed but among the Christians the kiss of poace was ordered at n very early date to be confined to persons of tee same sex That his Satanic lfuJesty lurks In even that form or kiss Is attested by the tact that Judas betrayed Christ by a kiss KIngdoms and provinces have been kissed away and tie amorous practice has fig ured In tie intrigues or men and wom en high in the affairs of State Mia lsteis hove condemned kissing as an invention of the devil and even mod urnday scientists inveigh against It from a health standpoint nut so long as umanlty endures the kiss will prevail Anoter view Is presented In Ut following couplet Woman woman source or nil our bliss- Woman woman there Is heaven In your kissIHere are two widely dlvergunt views one claiming perdition the I otter paradise lor the kiss but ws- extremes meut both contentions tury I be Gue The soul kill that Is receiving sIImuch attention In the press Is not new Idea for It was known among the ancients and It is clalmel1 t t l was the rOi111 of kiss that Marguerite i SiJd1nighttte original soul kiss that created tt I- blo for lovers to world OW rt j j caned the attention of the IIIlnlstI to the evils of kissing trho devil was behind this kiss but the Eurrmlg en lured by tie two ttlllleES vlcthns vrI LJIs lure to the rellm of fonblddea I sweets affords a wholesome Hessen In I te drama of Faust The gentle malden JhrguerJte untulored In the I wiles or the world Is introduced to- iaist by the Industrious 101l1l18to dUI h a one or his soulhunting tursl- T d dear old philosopher who Jlas 11esl1Itales to tko te fatal purge butt d devil Is boind him with life dlu lag philotopy and whoa too two at brought tgetie in that ciingingl n weelllIhc trips gllly way to proparo tle paths of Perdition far a warm honeymoon tour theFovL1Ilent lch as they kiss consume IIWder Value of Alcohol That alcohol does something both teetotalers and drunkards are agreed and any medical man who wantH a desired effect on a patient cn clearly judge by his clinical sense whether It Is or Is not obtained by a certain do of alcohol These considerations apply to the mu called dietetic as well as to the purely medlcnnl use ol alco holUc beverages In the former case however we must never lose sight of the fact that s certain quantity or fluid must be taken bytae body during the day end that the taste and flavor of this fluid may onsitembly Influence the nutritive value which a given individual can extract from a given diet There are certainly many people who take thedighter forms of alcoholic beverages as for Instance wine and beer riot because they want or they Ilhe the aloool but because they can digest and assimilate their 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TgL+x53027SE c mbrlors 40- RouCh v 7r 2 FRIDAY APRIL 23 It Is to be hoped that the IINsent revision or tile tariff will lust for more than twenty yets and that those wba have been clarnruortns for It will be thoroughly satisfied to let well enough alone hereafter Tho efforts or a few uDemocruts and disgruntled Republicans to down Senator Bradley and to Injure his Influence with the administration at Wah Ington wlll prove a dismal rallul The old War Morse never gives up- Q fight and will In the end trlumlth over his enemies Everybody wants toe Goernment run In the prober efficient way nobody wants to iray for It lIutI are always unwecome no rnatter vhat form they come People who howl about the tariff taxes Iwwld drop dead It they were Introduced to direct taxation to run tc Xltlonal government Our Democratic friends are bl1ln- nlng to talk about candidates for Got ernor of Kentucky two years hence ns though they expected to carry the State They ougbt to know that the Republicans Intend to hold Kentuck Indefinitely and tint It Is the Intention of the Republican administration at Washington and Frankfort to ap point enough Democrats to office to change the retuit l It cannot be done any other way I The member of6angress wo Is 50 narrower minded that te Is willing to strike down the mOttt prominent and me giving Induetry of the country far rumovod front his Sttte or district though t Ft may lie but I willing to die In t last diet for Joi own particular products belongs to the same 158 ts tze fellow wht prayed Lord blebs me and my wife my son Jotn sad iris wife us four and no more Amen The State Board of Equallatzlon passed the as5C1timCUt of Ohio Oountl without raising either farm lands personal property Or town lots Tills Is quite a ooUllllhneut to our off1clen- tASetsor Ir S V Leach and to the recent County Board of Equalization 0iI0II1I1cdOhio County have luau ned to value their property tOlllOSUy and hens they we spared late luurillaltoa anll- nddltlonal oxpanka of being htte1le ed wRit by tlbe state board Tlo Hartford llerald t inks ttwe we bordering on IJuD1OOr tlc itnQd and alto sockliatlc doutrite becauet we said the ideal Republle will lie- n lcved when everybody can gtC11 and nobody will be governed or course this condition would be Ideal but we know and everyone knows bm it Is Imiroaeible and egos intended to ht ironical However tho I1eraid IsI so tuftltred that It only talws Viings seriously and cannot comprehend u joke unless It Is labeled It looks to us though 11l1e It had unoonmclous ly admitted that toe might bo same soclaHIKlc doctrine mixed with Democracy A few special acts mnendlltory to the Dlngk tariff law would JQye cured the detlcencles and saved the country untold financial lossesthroug- a years stagnation In lIuslnlfls lTo- Ropubllmn irarty cannot esoape responsibility for the present miff Un USf1notrue protection Republfcnne can get out of the Whore moss Is the fact that the Democrats have been exposed In their position In regard to low tzitf dozen of them laving proven that they are I1S good protectionists tS any body when the shoe pinches the proper foot The Democratic Executive Corranlt tee of Ohfo county has rolled Ii convention to meet August 4th for tits purpose of nominating a County ticket We trust our Democratic friends will lie able to place In the field I ticket made up of the vtsy Lost men ot their party who It elected will give good servlceIn tie YCliculI offices WhatVwo want Is efficiency tn the administration of governmental nf fairs rom the bigbest to the lowest position or oourrc We all know toot such a ticket will have no chance atimt ever or election at the polls but at the same time We think it best that every party shouM none the very lest mss for all offices- Notwlthstandfn pretsion the In buslnlES throughOut tie countrygen orally the city ot Hartford Is en joyIng a steady growth A num bee of new houses are being crect ed and ur Population Is stiadlly Increasing When the new ratlroadc- ompletede Is and normal conditions return wo expect our litho townto enjoy the greatest growth and ptosper Ity which It hrul ever known No town offers suporior advantages team every standpoint We can umlsb the very best school fncllltles sItuat- ed ln the rJC1 tegricultural sCCUon of Western Kentucky and lu the midst ot unlimited coal fields The titer Is pure unil or n most beautiful supply Those seeking homes mn do no better than como to Hartford HartfOrd and Ohio county are to be congrotulated upon the 6Picnd1d spirit shown by the County Board or Education In establishing Q county- h1gh school ot the first class In connection with Hartford College The county Is much more fortunate than most counties of the State In tlmt It does not have to build a ten 0 fifteen thousand dollar school building but by an amicable agreement with the Board of Education of HartfOrd tile present sprlended building Is to be made use or Jointly furnishing at- opce a school tvhICh will be second to none In the state as a high school evil out the long delay In construction of buildtrgs anti the building or n reputa lion which would be required If the school had to be commenced froze the ground The umlllommt of Prof- Halley E Brown ns a teacher in tLe high school Is a further evidnece t11at- the County Board means to keep the school at Its present high standard md good reputation- CAN GIVE NO NAMES After sllor Its v pOlliJgs u d boastlng concerning to greet disaffection In the Republican paTty to Ohio Count and the large number of prominent Re- pullllcens ono were bolting the ticket the Hartford Herald tiles failed utterly to name n single man It say In response to our demand that lit game one such Republican toot we- 011ly want the names for tle flUI1se- of calling lIuo pertOl1s tcakOIE or to- plllor them to public gaze A Cew- IIMS furtc In te same article tta- lIcrld says toot these Republican are zero and they ere making little or no effort to dfsgulie their stntl tents Now the question will nat rally arlre that It these Ropubiicav arc bore and are making little or 00- oUort to dlsgube their sentiments why should they rote to rave then amps glen to Ute public tBeskde would It not be a good stroke of poli tics for the Herald to dQ this toy pub Isting a column or two of such tames It would have a bad brflueno- n tie rest of the Republicans of te count Bud stimulate Uo Democrcr- We new promise with up lifted baud toot we will not say an unkind 011- elt1ler publicly or privately against sn name shIch the Herald may give Ir- nEwera tQ our request and we will nor eon publish such name end evil ay the Herald Ie cents per line for all the names Qf known ltepublic m who are boltlllg the present Oounty ROllubllcnl1 ticket Wo mean to bt- bsolutely fair with tie Herald and on- II desire to find out whether or not it bas told the truth In regard to this ratter or wobher It Is auuroly tnlk- Ing through Its rat Diligent luqul rles upon our part bats failed to tips lose a single RopUbUwn eithorp anti nont leadership or ln the ranks wLt 18 oven thinking or scratdsxng out tlokft which Is made up ot the very- eat and most capable men do Oak count Again we call upon the Iier aId to come up with the goods or ac- nowledgethat It nevLi 1ndJ arty goods of the description of wPio It as lIeon boasting NO POLITICS Last week we called the attention or our readers to nl article Publllsh cd in the lItrUord Heiuld over the Big nnture tax payee Over the mime signature the HeraitL pUblishes this week what purports to be t rOllly to comment Taxpaler waxca warm lour his dlscusslcn of the matter in the course of whteh Ile vehemently asserts I t1l1t his original article was not Intended as a political matter Ho nlsan seas that the Is rm humbJe citizen neer taking active patt In polltictl aC faIrs This Is prooobly true but Q tow ors back when te WtlS a mn1dldwt- etor County Judge he thoUght Je was tlk1ng part In political affairs but found later that 4e was only tnlng- to His statement to tho effect that tho article was not intended fur poli- ticalI matter should be taken for ohlllt- It Is worth It however nplwztm thGt- Iin view of Lo fact that n rompJtgn for County offices Is to be winged Bur reamablycd to exert some Influence on the poll tlcs Of tire county In our response to me we orly contrubted tare oondl- tlon as profited out by taxpayer With the conditions which existed In 1904 ns refers to the delinquent tax list of tho two Dertods On further dmest1- gutlon we find that the law refereed to by tax payer has nerir bean enforced irva great many bounties Even In Davies where a Republican lEsia absolutely no chance of ekctt on list ot 2248 doinqucmt tax p nroj reported So It night be s sauu t- Ie r ersod hat no politIcs in Xpayers nrUde ds cn attur trntugbtp- hfs parts ns Demoomttc counties tee to show greater delinquency thaildb Ropublfean counties each nri Ob1o county showed n greater fdnquC4lcy ini ri admln1stmtiontJru11Ituti1der vises us to leove him alone wlJloliwl are wilifng to do nOW that ilO lIusn- lured us that no politics was d ed to be tie outcome or iefa disi- tatlone e Both Broad and Intricate TIle Tariff question Is n very broad oneInvolving many Intricate questions It reflects its Influence throughoutu interests from the snanufineturen to the farmer It has been assumed that the farmer has no Interest In the Tariff but the Ohlo Wool Grower Association tells the Nays and MeansI Committee that unlOOj the wool Is maintained there will be no AmerIcan sheep The experience or the farmers of Greeno and Washint ton counties under a Democratic Tal Iff Indicate that this statement Is n1lt too broad It the shoopraising industry Or thIs country demands a Tariff bow do the Sheeoptnlfers and others expect the gigantic Iron and steel industry to mnlnroln lteelt WIthout c- TarJCt or witty any radical reduction of the duties on these productslIA largo portion of furInfustries should halt or stop What I would become Of this labor It cannot lie disposed of like the sheep Tariff revision should be along the lines ot Protection to every American ndustry and It should be disposed of as quickly ns possible after the Incoming Congress meetsConnellsvlll Pa Courier MANDA April 21Farmcrs are very busy In this community Mr 11 C Leach who has been on the sick list for some time Is no getter ltr and firs A II Stewart and son Archil were the guests of Mr nnd Irs Celtic Amos Friday evening shill to the Methodist clurc6 two by Hartford from Sunday until Wednes lay nom to the wife of Mr N D Lead a fine boyfMr A T Stewart happened to a serious accident last Friday lIy step ring on a nail and can not walk any at thIs writing Mrs A B Deck visited her parent Ir and Mrs Dill Baize or Dalzetown rem Friday until Sunday The A S of E will meet at the slhoolhousc next Saturday evening Mrs Yerda Wilson and children or- hHenry are visiting her parents 1111 and Mrs Z T 11cr- Mr A B Deck went to Mellenry Monday on business JINGO Apsil 21Rev J R Lewis fUlIl his appointment J ore Saturday ng tan Sunday and administered Dap Ism Sunday Mrs EUoz Goats has moved to rho mothers nOOl1 Ros4n- eIIr Ftnnk Itoadu Is confined to hIs room with lame bock Mr M L Davis tiled nt his taome here on tie loth Inst or pneumonia Arter funeral nt tMarvius Cbait4 illy- Re Bailey he was burled M Sunny dOlle Mr Davis was G5 yams old and loaves 9 oaildren 5 saris cent 4 mr daughters U1ng ot vaslous point In this and other States this wits oolng died last June Dtr J W Tally is on the sick list at this wtittng Mr C F Schapmlre of Hartford islted this daughter Mrs Henry AJlen or near Concord from Ssturdny until Monday l1Jr J T Snell and family visited relatives nest Houton on the 10thi and 11 InstWc ad quite a forest tire here on 10 11th Inst wlrtob dd considerable image to fenctnpand umber Jerome Allen wets the prlnelpal ono damaged CROMWELL April 21SundIlY school Isprogres sing nicely ntNo 25 A large crowd attended last Sunday Miss Orphn Stevens or Beaver Dam spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents Mr S L Stevens Mass wale Williams accompanied her fl Rnd 1re George McMullen spent Sunday ut Mr Byron Taylors- dr Fred Porter went to Beaver Dana business Monday Mns Bob Liles who than been very 111 is Improving MT Fred Rafferty and wife visit cd Mr C M Stevens Sunday MT and dtrs U D Trout and daughter Miss Nina were the guests or MToud Mrs C MStevens Sunday MIss Isa Taylor spent Monday night Ith MIs8Audmlaylor Miss Elsie Hooker and MT Thur We have the fern Visit us for your mn Rngland were pleasant callers Ilt- lr Byron Taylors Sunday afternoon Miss Eva C MilleT of Drover Dan who hS been visiting oHm Nina Stevens returned to her home Sunday Mr Birch Shields attended the Sunday school convention it Elizabeth tn lest week- Mr C Slnde Taylor returned to his home Sunday frtm a few ds vIsit at Select Master Qbarlffi Taylor spent Sat uI1ay night and Sunday wIth this cousI- II Price Miller of Select Mr Roscoe JrLmes and Mr Roscoe Pirtle and Mr Ray Dunn made flying trip to Beaver Dam Ionday afternoon Miss Aita Miller of Select has Tetum ed to her home after a weeks visit to Mrs Birth Sitieldsi- A large ercwd attended singing at the soo lhauto Sunday night Miss Taste Taylor spent Monda night Ilt Rev Jan Taylors Miss Irene Taylor was a pleasunt caller at air C Slade Taylors Tues day Miss Geitfe Steffens was the guest of Miss Ebriel Coleman Sunday after noon 1Ltss Jewel Taylor spent Sunday night with Miss Olive Gordon etfiss Tassle Taylor end Mu George Leach spent Sunday afternoon ot Rev G W GordonS Miss 1m Taylor and Mr Jim Had- son attended Prayer meeting at Providence Cdr and Mra Slade Taylor spent 11 while Sunday afternoon at Rev J P Tnlors ltW4l11 Mr Tolbert Miller MId wife spent Sunday afternoon at Mr C M Stevens Mr Wayne Leach accompanied Miss Audru Taylor home Sunday night HERBERT April 20Pho Sunday school bin started oft fins with Mr Grant Mid klff Supt and Mrs Salllo E lord Sec rotary The Infants of Mr and Mrs Lewh- Petrie Dlr and Mn Oscar Long sat Mr and Mm Husk were burled at Panther Creek graveyard last week Mrs Nettle U1l1gall and daughter avid Miss Mattie Milllgan were In Ow enslyno last week Mr Obe Burdett Kent to HattCor1 Saturday 1n the interest ot our school Mrs Edna Duncan and duughtei wore In Owensboro last week Mr and Mrs Osor Rice vtsitedroic twos atB1ackford Sunday Miss lrattle Barnett returned toms Sunday from n seekn vIsit to Fords vllle and Dennfteld IMT Won Moody iPellvill was here SUll00y afternoon 11118 CaTl Floyd oho hw beenserl- uslyo sick is rome better Mr and Mrs Jesse Swope spent Sunday at 4onin MT PateTaylor xaynesvillo Is her dny A S of CLThe wool growers of Ohio county ire called to meet at Beaver Dam Ky on Saturday April 24 nt one oclock p m to organize n Wool Growers SEVENS iPresldent Ohio County A B orE By order oft the State Wool Growers 1 Association I- MJt needsMus1inUnderwearandCorsets t exclusive Corsets Barnard Co HARTFORD KY AssociationS OLATON April 22Mr Grand Christian of Cane Runone ot the most wellknow and experienced singing tttC ers c Ohio county closed hIs school tier Suedy the second ho rhas Utugit here this year Several visitors from neat bY towns also quite a nUlnber fray triils nelghborhocd were present Sunday The class inrd taken lunches whIch were eaten gt neon and the day was most plenrontly spent by pupils arid visitors tIr Chrdsttatre pupil- had given much time and Jtltenttlon to the dcssoas and probably not one ttiall ever regnN time no mOre profitably spent than in his school- The passenger train did not make n trip to Owensboro Tuesday mossdut- on cccount of damage to the ndnear Fordsvllle caused by the heavy rain Monday night The water ls very high at this plat and Is still rising This Is the tlrs rise hero this spring and avlil no doubt be the ifighest- Mr Thurman Green sot of Mt Will T GreenBanrettg Jerry hose foot wasseverely crushed by+ the south bound local at Friedaland On Tuwd y 13th was brougibt hEre and taker tQ the homo ol Mr H E Monroe WednC5tlay morning Meraaa suffered greatly for to past few days and for Q time It w thought that ampu tatlon would be necessary but he Is reported this morning to tMe 1ccn resting sad It Js tapdd that he wlU soon be woU and with his numer ous friends again t As the correspondent from Rosine In the letter of March 30 said Notwithstanding March Inaugural storm and OhIo countys late grund juryRo sine Is Mill on the map I will my that Olaton too Is still on the rnep and boosts of her professional card and dice players as of oM lIT Jim Hoover Frdodaltrnd was it- Olaton Saturday I wish to spettk n word in reglrot- Q the many rlew improvomentu fn The Republican I note wltb Intones the many newsletters which havobeer written form the varttougnelghhor hoods The last weeks Itisue gUve practically all the Stt1te news of importance and in addition I wish to sty T10 Republican ts printed on as good paper and has better print luau any county paper I have ever read Do not other reaklLrs Joae the same good news to speak for our paper FAIR VIEW April 19Sundny school Js progressing nicely Quite a large crowd was In attendance yesterday Several new soholors were enrolled firs Phieby Christian Cane Run vtalled Mrs ItD Wilson 3tondal and Tuesday Mss aggie Willson svent lustwool with her brother Mr Toni Vllson oj afar Salem Miss Lorona White spent Friday with her friend Miss flinty Anton Means C C White and mAillso- rNabors went to Oontertowl1 Wednto- day Mrs Mnud Moxey Is no better at this writing Mr Walter Myers went to Frlcdn land Monday on business I Dirs Emma White Cane Run was the guestof her cousin Dihs R D WllSO a few days last week Mrs J R Wllron went to Otaton Friday shopping Rev T J Acton went to Dundee Saturday on business Mrs Annie Heavrin the aged moth er of Misses Sarah and Georgia Heav rln Is dangerously ill at thle writing l11ss Jessie York wpo has been vis- Iting her sister Mrs Etfio Wilson for sometime has return home The Sunday sctoel teachers meet- Ing will meet at Superlntendant J G Wilsons Saturuuy night Miiy 1st Cordial invitations eaondcd to everyone to be preset Mr Clyde pagan Crdrr prove and Miss Nellie Daniel Narrows wore quietly I1nnled 3t the luorito Of iIcI by Rev T J Acton Saturday ApriI 17 at 430 p m They were accompanied by Mr Wayne l3c6well and Miss Anufe Mitchell cousins of the bride Immediately niter tile ceremony they drove to tile home of the grooms father Mr Cicero fagan where a nice supper was served Mm Magan Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs J W Daniel and Is a very popular young lady stile the gwm Is n prosperous farmer They have the best wishes of their many frfonds BALD KNOB April 20Rev C W PrCo filled his regular appointment at this place Saturday night and Sunday 31r R A Sandefur and daughter Martha spent Sunday with Mr I A Davis and family Mrs Sudle Taylor and daughteTEm- llous visited Mrs Fred Rafferty last Friday The farmers Society or Equity will meet nt Mt Pleasant next Saturday evening Instead ot night Maybes will Soon lie flying around Mr and Mrs Henry Taylor visited PortJerlaiilSunday Mr Leslie Sandefur end sister Harriet spent Thursday with Mrs Edna Tllford of Cromwell bliss Chloe Rafferty spent FrIday evening with Mlss Ifarrlett Sinde fur Mules For Sale I have for immediate sale two first class farm mules in goodcondition and well broken and 3 extra fine coal bank mules that will be sold at a bargain within the next 30I days For further particulars call onV- or address me at HartfordKy JOHN aWILSON I Jfix I ry i 1 TAKE YOtlR PICK 1 Korrec ltapeI None genuine wlthoutthistrad 0 sole to FIT cKorrect for the Fo- otSTYLE Korrect for the Ey- ePRICE Korrect for the pocketbook QUALITYR- ead our GUARANTEE LaltfRetVSPotOf If the upper through before breaksIsole it worn will replace with a new pair All Burrojaps leathers come under this guarantee ookat these Spring Styles Thereslife color swing snapEverything that J II makes for external attractiveness BUY A PAIR BURT PACKARD CO Makers BROCKTON MASS SOLD ONLY BY I 416bHartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 23 r IIInolsCentraiRallroadTlmoTable North Iliiiinil- NolS2Iue405n Monlli Iluiiun in No 121duellalam N0122Ine12a0 p m No till line 248 p m Ko10JilneJM8piii Nolaldne862m I Next After the Doctor Comes the prescription wiiich is a very Important matter You want it filled right and with the ifreebest and purest drugs Since coming to Hart ford we hove built up a good roputa tion along this line We fill prescrip tions in a firstclass manner and we do it cheaply And then we carry a fuU stock of everything usually kept ifin a firstclass drug storell of It fresh desirable goods We are sight on the old James A Thomas corner from tho Bank of Hartford anti the Ohio County Batik you couldnt hardly miss us Give us a caU We will surely please you HARTFORD DRUG CO Incorporated Buy the new Tremont Collar from Barnard Co Barnard Co theipso style Hats New shapes Just arrived iJ IWe are paying 15 cents per dozen for Eggs SCHRQADER 00 MrsPL Felix nnd 806 Doug las Felix are the guests of relatives in Louisville i Mr S 4 Andersen or the firm of Barnes AudeiBon is in Calhoun on legal buineas MieoEtfiel andbrother Mr Bdi Hurkof Smallbous were plaTaant callers Duesday J Hair Switches made to orJeTuar anteed to match your t4r2 to 5 1 BAR AKD CO Miss HQtTiet j too duties of her poeitlonrotffoa h Shheil4ffRl =f5 I Mrs J E Bean is quite ill at her home on Main street Mr W M Fair of te tuna of Frlr Co was in li ulsvHle oa buslnvis the lift of the week Mr R T Collins returned Tuesday from a few days visit to the Electrical Exposition at Louisville Mr Jima Haidln wcs severely in jured Monday by 4e falling of slate In the MpHenTy cool mines Window Shades anode of best shade cloth and Hartshorn Rollers any size made to order at Barnard Co Mr John T Moore Cashier of the funk of Hartford was in Louisville on business tho first of the week flake your Eggs Chickens Butter and all kinds of good Country Produce to Schroader Oand get the highest market prices for it Master Ronda Sanaefur son of Mr F L Sand ur oho tea been dan gerously 111 of pneumonia is slowly improving Leave your Laundry nt my Grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery U Cleve Her Agent for Mndisoiwllle Ico and Laundry Co incorporated Mr Jotii McEuen and airily wore tho guests of Dr tend Mrs Plrtlo h few days this week They left Wed day for Durant Ofc and wilt make their future home in that State Mr and MrlA Grlgsby were caught in a severe hall storm near Taffy this county Monday afternoon The hall was as largo as partridge eggs and fell for h quatter of an hour We are offering to our regular cue tomers and alEa to those wjio use pay ing fabulous prices to some other grocery some speciaJ prices on fresh Groceries these days If snot conven lent to coll start r Bht nbytJle phoning us your order It will have our prompt attentionSCHRQADER CO Cards are out announcing the ap preaching marriage of Dr J Ed ward Bailey of Central City Ky to Miss Annie Leone Duncan daugh teftof Mr and Mrs D M Duncan McHenry The happyev wU1 take glace at the first Preabyterian church McHenry next WedneBdap April 28th atcg oclock p mI Hartfordiff Kentucky If you want Flour fee U S Carson who con save you money 38tf Messrs T H DlacU and E E Dirk heed are in Bowling Grevm on business Judge W B Taylor is the guest of relatives at his old home at Taylor tOWn Olfr J P SanOefur wfto Las been quite 111 at his toccne on Union street Is able to be out again Mir W T Woownrd returned Wed nesday from n low days vitdt to rel atives In MJcUeon county W H iMoore Son tWO placing a handsome gloss front In hair grocery and meat shop on Market street Miss Ida Paxtonof the South Beaver Dam neighborhood who te a leading candidate in our Piano contest wos a pleasant caller Wednesday Mr T J Everly Matanzas llss Ma ble Ashley north Hartford Miss Presto Rains rand Mr Cleveland Rains Retire and Misses Dames Beck and Marion Simpson City Wereo mong our callers yesterday Ir6W P Render anti daughters Misses Mary and Mabyi wfco hud been the guests of Mfts C E Smith city fan the plat several days re turned to theIr tome at Matcmzas yesterday You could not pick a better time of the year to get yous pictures made you cannot get better picture anywhere than you can get at Schroetora Studio Better come at once Upstairs over The Republican Office Elsewhere in these columns we pub Ush an interesting article by Mfr Jno F entitled The Laws Contras tod Jiir Porter has kindly consented to furnish us a sorts ct articles on Biblical subjects during the next few months Mr Frank Foreman left for Louis ville Monday where he wont to take the examination for the Naval Academy which ia being conducted in that d city Mr Foreman who is the son of Mr and Mrs L P Foreman was appointed by our popular Congress a man Hon BenJohnsonMr Fore mss Is a worthy young mari and we predict a bright future for him PI r i j 1 Mr Olinrles R Asbby wiho has been- In Wyoming end other mints vest- Cor t1o past tihiroo years is the guest of fate inot er Mrs W T Ashby of the West Providence nelghiborfeood Ho wiii probably epend the Bumiraer at home Mr Asbby paid the Re publican a pleasant call while in Hairbfo d Wednesday Messrs James Lewis 23 years old whose homo was near Rockport and Albert Drown whoso homo was near Fordsvlllc were brought to town last week and tried before Judge W B Taylor on lunacy charges An attend ant from the Western Kentucky Asy lum at Hopklnsville carne up and conveyed them to Hopklnsville Saturday Brown received a severe fall on ice recently and has suffered con tinuously since from it Recently he became violent and it was necessary to keep him under constant guard WOW Organized at Hcflin One of tne most flattering prospects for a big camp was the organization of Heflin Cimp Woodmen of the World Saturday evening April 17 Mr J C Bowling of Hawesvllle Ky State deputy Is certainly a hustler and a genial fellow Within one week from the time to reached the city to was able to combine 26 of her very best cltlezns in the interest of Woodcraft The following officers were chosen for the present year Past Camp Com mando Willis Heflin Camp Com B S Ohrmberlln Adv Lieut Arthur Mllllgan Banker Elmer Ashley Clerk Alec Porter Escort Jesse W Foster Plvyslclan Dr E B Pendle ton I W 1 W Strobe O W B Pool T usteos Everet Millignn Azro Rowan W A Higgs After Electing officers Hartford Camp No 202 were invited to exemplify tho world Monda evening May Cth 1909 Many talks were made for tho goad of the order by thou pent The camp adjourned t meet Mry uth 1909 The Man From Owensboro A mn giving his namo as Andy MJolUsky and claiming to hail front Owens 0 came to Mr Pete Saowns home jut north of town lust Monday and act d so queerly that Mr Shown soon so iv tvct tis mind was unbalanced Mr Shown called Judge W B Taylor end told tim of the queer cc tlons of tle stranger Deputy Sheriff Bratche accompanied by Supt De Weese rrd County Attorney Wood wardwent out and brought him to town whore te was placed in Jail un til further investigation The man said he lived in Owensboro and drove a team for Eimer Miller Mir Miller was dulled up and questioned about the fellow He said that Molusky was one of his trusted employes and that ho had received a severe stroke on the head about ten years ago since which time he has had flighty spells Molusky had In Ha charge two large horses with harness on which he claim ed te had borrowed front Elmer Mill er to make a trip to Bowling Green to get Eome wagons no claimed to jive over Jteie M usky was taken to Oweusboro Wednesday He was tried for lunacy ct Owens boro Wednesday and ordansi confined in tu HoplkEfcVllie asylum- M Miller testified tliat Murosky wont to tte Miller stablea Sunday moruiig and told tfte stabloinan that he tai been sent to get his teen Put thg Ue harness on to horses but falliiiB to hitaa tf xa to 44 wagon Mui r ky etortoJ for towMng Green bouio times riding and sometimes wclkg At tits redone of Peter S ow tt mile and a half North of Hartftd Olurcky lurctfdi In and driv ing tii ectly to the stable put up trite horses and went into the house All alto n on he botaered the family and refused to leave Finally the sheriff of Oio county was sent for and put Murosky under arrest CRidsin James DuWee esocol sup erintendent of Ohio county took Muioeky to Oweiteboro Wednesday mo nlng Captain DoWoese tvsstlfled as to tje vagaries of MMroaky wring at he seemed to Wink that the could build ttaemboetsteilway engines and stutlorary ocslnes Muroskj had stated t at on one ocoadon when he built- a trait the conductor thot ihlm in the I bead live times tree bioktanan sun a rail tOugh his heart and then they put him on toe track and cut off both his legs at the knees A brother of Murosky testified that the unfortunate young nun hard got ten into a difficulty five years ago and had been Mt on tie faced with a rock This blow lefty Is mind affected al though he seemed to ftve ratlcncJ per nods For Sale Pure Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs 15 for ftOO Mrs John W Sanderfur Hartford R F D No3 Telephone through Hartford exchange r Card of thanks Dear Republican Allow silo to ten er my sincere thanks to you for the handsome Jewel box whioh I reoolv ed a few days ago It is certainly beauty anflf ar beyond my expecta I ion With sincere ttonkel endgooo I wishes I am yours aflAEBORJAH j Cromwell KyrAprlt22 1909 s KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS TO GATHER AT HARTFORD Seventeenth District Convention- to Meet With Rough River Lodge on May 5th The District Convolution for toe Sev enteenth district of Kentucky Knight of Pytfalas will convene at Hatfo May 6th according to advice wiled has been received by btu members of Rough River I clgc The dlstirfot In cludes Rough River Lodge No 110 Oalontho Lodge No 144 CentralClty Damon Lodge No 145 Lcltdtfleld Eclypse Lodge No ISO Livermore an Luther Lodge No 199 Dnakcsboro It Is expected that Grand O JlIO O H Pollard of Jcckion Ky will be present as will also many of tare Grand Lodge officers Invitations Save been extended to all of them by the invitation committee eppolit dl some QIroMORNING SESSION Coaled to order by tine DlBtdlct Dep uty Qrganlaztion at 1030o clockIthe Grand Keeper of Records and Seal Statistical reports of Lodge Adjournment AFTERNOON SESSION Called to order by tte District Dopu ty at 230 oclock Public invited Welcome address by Knight Mayor James II Williams Response by Knight II J Dalrd of Eclipfo lodge Livermore Address by Grand Chancellor Pol lard Address by to Grand Keeper of Records and Souls Carter Adjournment of open meeting EXECUTIVE SESSION tYddreee How to Stimulate Enthusiasm Knight J U Wilson Rough River Lodge How to best Impress the leeeonc taught In the ritual Knight S H Daukg Calcwthw lodgeContral CityHow to prevent IniMaoMmlnetoaug pendon for nonpayment of dues Knight W L Van Norte of Da mon lodge Leltohfield Election of District Deputy Conferring of Grants Lodge ink EVENING SESSION Conferring Rank of Page Good of the order Smoker givcu by the members of ViSitIIng Loltchfied Ky April 20lr Preston Clements elglytwo years of age was found dtd in Ji open field near a deserted cute icvercl miles west ci this city l Mr Ctacudiilu wfs n active of Hoary county aid vas visiting relatives in tbls city aal Sarow burg tits county won he wotuiwted avtiy fiom the horn of bis cousin on tae tentu of tills monl41Ii were IndIevery cacao piovtd futile until lading of tare body today There was no Indfootiton of foul play and VOjO cause of tote death Is unknown ROSINE I April 20 Health Is very good in bUS1IIISunday School is progressing nicely Bro Wlllla preached nn Interest tug sermon here last Sunday He will also preach limo the third Sat urday night and Sunday In each mouth Master Clarence Mines who has pneumonia is able to be out again Mr Logan Wilson Slnu dale visited his sister Artie Mines last Monday night Mr Tom Cox and family visited Mr Tom Hines and family last Sunday Roy lilacs visited his aunt Mrs Annie Brownd last Tuesday Mr Alonzo Craig and family visit ed Mrs Craigs another Mrs Mary Alford last Saturday and Sunday Little Misses Corlnne and Mary Al len visited Rhoda and Golda Atchi- son last Sunday Mr Lnfern Hines Rob Roy visited his brother Tom Hanes and faint ly last Friday Miss Sue Pierce visited Artie Hines last Friday evening Ohio County Base Ball League Quite d number of the lovers of bas ball met ait Ube office of Dr C G Baxter Wednesday evening and organized the Hartford Plub The following of ficers Averb selected Manager 0 G Baxter Captain William Barren Secretary and Treasurer Josh Fields The following young moo will try for membership Inthe Club William Barren John Daniel Allison Barntett Josh Fields Cyrus Patton Anaetrf Patton Vlg B Morton Jack Tlfendei1 Purd Casobler Heg Cusebior C G Baxter Robert HalMburtoo Josh Mld kill Byron Foster anti W B Car penterIt expected tLat the club will cross bats witch tfre Beda turn at Be da the lust Saturday in Mt y It Is the intention of tto promoter of this club to incourage tho organteztion of a tout ntoo clubs at different points In t5ie county and Wien Ofganlza tfctce clubs Into a kcgue for Oato county with hoadquter3 at Hartford cote managwnent lei soused tfce Ohio County Ftli gouiwlB fI the gawas which will be pla ed ct Ifcrtford New Millinery Establisement- Mrs I A Lee LOB lecevUy open ed a splendid line of Millinery at i Cromwell where she vATl bo plops M to soave all cubtouuxr with the vory I latest patterns in hcttt and every thing pertaltitg to her Line at the most reasonable priws Cell sad ex amino her line befoe imralioftinc slH where Xo trouble t show or try on hats Things Look Good IIt Is a pleasure to say that tho pres paid membership exceeds very much the cnli e paid membership of lard rapidlyIIMiViIgan seems to be coming in gradually Reports from Nebraska are Immense More now names are com ing in from Kentucky than at any pre SoI childs play They Siavo some whcel homes there ttat con pull big loads But let no one Imagine for a sooond tbat the Dakota and Minnesota are not in It Not on your life They are coming la every day wlith the good In fact we are unable to put ourfing ors upon any secticm or state where there is not life and activity Equnty Farm JournalSELECT April 21S M James te tltUl ill bed with a severe case of la grippe Jno W Keown Wt5 in Hair tfonl Mon day to attend tie Democratic commit meetingW of Central qty wins In town Sundry R W King and Dolrnor Stewart of Hartford were in town Sundry Farmers use about ready to pleat corn Moat all the ridS land is broken Eider R P 3toKlrJoy ft11SI tote rae ular appotntmert sane NVIiiteflviHo Sunday He wva avrompaniod by His wife end son Rufus Ernest Teyt t u Joe Young Bear er Dam wore in town Stintlcy Milton Abratani of Ceotml City was In town a dpys this wook He lies only bum In itttt country a few months iheving conic here front Asia Mr C S Taylor of Pinohdoo vII- Ited Note several dcjn last ww k W I Longford attended thV Rid Men lodge ct Baiestown Wednesday night Tie lodge IH growihig1 very rtBorn to te wife of Hai rlton CHOWM the 12th a fide glfl Hccodson te all snubs now Mr Robert Day of near this pjacj Is very low of dolJY Guy Rann y visited rdtetive ia Buter county Tuesday night SOOdIItepubilcan Uck t wll get the srtid pasty vote CANERUN April 21Res G H Lawrence fill ed his regular appointment at this immersion and six by fusion crowd attended both services Sunday School is progressing nicely Mrs Onm White and Mrs Phebe Christian have been visiting Mrs Florence Wilson of Olnton the past week Miss Myrtle Miller who has icon visiting friends at East View has ro turned home Mr E M Ferry and wife and daughter Dorine visited Mr J MChrls tian and family Sunday Mr Tom lord and wife were guests Charlie leach vie iUd his family tit or Mrs Fords sister Mis Mary m1 boOr Sunday Mr L H Drown was In Owensboro Saturday anti Sunday boughtJ a new a buggy ride Miss May Sanders visited Miss demote Christian Saturday evening Wilson visited Miss Mo nle Ferry Sunday Mrs Martha Hurt was the guest of Mrs Phebe Christian Sunday Mr Edgar Ford and Mrs AlbertDan tel visited Mr Marvin Christian Sunday Mr J S Foi d wus the guest of Mr lien Ford and family Saturday night 18II this w ek WrsY MHgglo Christian visited Mrs J 0 Wilson WednesdayI it I 111li I r M NORSE PUNCH = ES THE BAG f Clever Animals Keeps Leather Ball Humming Ten Mine A utes at a Stretch Talk about trained seals John Ack erznnn who lives In the old Zacher homestead near here has a horse that is as tklllful at punching the bag as any amateur or professional boker Sam the bcgpuacher horse is A fiveyear old bay witty a distin guishing white star between his eyvs I Two months ago Ackeraans son George inspired with c desire to develop his muscles purchased a punch ing bag and set It up to the barn It was placed eo It hung directly In tIe path of tho horses as they entered and Mt the stnble Tiico of the four horses paid little attention to the leather sphere suspended from the ceiling but thC first time that Sam bumped into it he was aroused to a fighting temper which prompted him to snap at it with his teeth Gradually the horse learned to play with the bag as lie passed In and out of his stall and soon he was able to bang It so hard that It flew back an forward several time with one sharp blow from the animals nose Young Ack erman then started the training of Sam and in a few weeks the horse de veloped remarkable skill nt punching the bag So far he uses only his nose to keep the bag going but young Aok ennan delighted with his success as a trainer exitects to educate the animal to use his fore feet as well tram shows none of the hesitancy of the amateur He starts the leather ball going with a quick forward blow and then there Is an everfaster tat too of tlC bag on the ceiling as the horse brings his head Into Increased motion The sight Is one that am azes visitors to the barn The horse enters Into the game with great en thusiasm and with flashing eyes and arched neck he Is a picture of grace as Ire keeps trVj bag humming for ten minutes at a stretch Livingston N J Cor New York Press State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County EB Frank J Cheney makes oath that be is senior partner of the firm of F J Oneney Co doing business In th City of Toledo county and State afore said and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my of Decem ber A D 188GIA W GLEASON Seal NOTARY PUBLIC Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY O Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c Take flails Family Pills for con etlpaflon or When Buds Unfold When the gentle flowers of spring From their sleeping wake again Oh the heart trobs toy bring For theyre blooming oer the slain Blooming there above the sad From whence a spirit has flown toy Ged- Where in gentle breeze the lltecs nod And other flowers queer and odd Yet time days with swlftnew flown No stronger love bath ever known Voices In whose tender tone tinges say Loved one come Home Over the memory of our door Are drawn the shades of one sad i year Yet we know the day Is neat When our work tools ended here Oh the friends we loved of old In yonder home of Joy untold We bring to mind when buds ainfoldi lAnd greet them there on hllla of gold And thus our Lords great praises ring WIth love dUplfycd In flowers of spring Great Is our Lord the earths good kingWhose very praise the birdies sIng Whose very works brnlg to the mind Thoughts of God and deeds of man Yet In Him a solace we find And though our heart bleeds his love the wound will bind W E IL The Woman Curio Collector The craze fon collections of various kinds has been beneficial in more mays than one It vas given employment to a Lumber of women who are adepts in the art of finding things in outof theway places and getting them at low prices Ono of these women has desk room in an office and has put out hertilgn Curio Coliector She pursues her novel vocation In a systematic bust nesslike way In the first place site reads the papers carefully learning through them of many people who are i making a collection cf cdd and inter esting things Then she has a wide acquaintance end hears of possible ct stornera through the gossip of dieiv tog room tea table and boudoir Hoc next stop is to call on the collector Jnroduce herself and proffer her ser vices I am In correspondence with many people In many cities she says and am in a position to prcoure for you articles which you would probably nev er hear of or at least would have ere difficulty in getting Moreover I can get them eo much cheaper than you can thAt oven after paying tbd price of the article and giving momy com mission you will have spent loss than If you had made tho purchase directly The diversity of taste simplifies her work considerably For instance sire shay be on the lookout for an addition to a collection of old and anti que rings for one person and unique vases for another The man iwto has a passion for rings may have a vase for vhich tf cries little and vice versa By n strike of dllomacy a change may be effected and she receives hw commission for both with the expen diture of comparatively little time and money on ner part valuable arts cOI11Ilectors possession of people who have no Idea of the worth of what they consider simple belongings These may be heir looms or small objects that have ibeen picked up carelessly In going from place to place Put whatever tho associations clinging round these sought for treasures their owners are usually willing to pert witi them ns soon as they learn that for somebody they possess an Intrinsic value The collector has many ways of find- Ing the wares In while she traffics when she Is given an order to ttecuro a dlflnlte article the advertises The things that are submitted for ter ap proval would form a curiosity stop In themselves Tteni she corresponds with other collectors visit stories shops and museiinls and KmAitlmes whets other plans fcllsco adoptsa system oC house tohouse visiting itt neighborhoods whose It seems probable thnt she may come across Eometblng 1m her line Ste states her errand concisely and is always received courteously in making these unc rmonlous calls The woman attributes her success chiefly to the fact that she never tries to get something for nothing but pay amply for whatever she getsknowlng that It will bo returned to her many folds within a few days She is TJO working on no fewer than fifty dlffor ont collections many of which are ex ceedingly old and stow In wVat freak ish directions some peoples minds ne Inclined Hero are a few of them Stuffed toads for a woman wbo already has DOO specimens of the genus toad in his various shapes and sizes fosillzed vtgetatlcn odd bottios teeti of famous people protograpbsi of vIe cats animals paper weights door keys exact rnlnlatunj copies of inventions for the punishment of criminals skins of act of lofty lleage A Case of inflamatory Rheumatism Some ten weeks ego a sudden pain came Inmy right arm writes Mrs Marguerite RauG23 Franklin StKork Pa The doctor called It Inflamiun tory rheumatism For about seven wekes I doctored with different remo dles without getting any relief My arm was swollen Loan the elbow to the tips of my flrrgors and was all black and blue and looked as though there was eametclng drawing at the tl bow and as If It would break open The palnwas eo great that I could not sleep I finally bought a bottle of Sloans Liniment and that gave me re lief at once I have used threo 25c bottles and nm now using a 50c bottle I feel teat my recovery Is duo to Sloans Liniment It did more for me in three weeks than all the other doctoring I ever did Before it slips your memory buy- a bottle of Sloans Liniment There nr three sizes 25c 50c and 100 Every draggltt carries it In stock Realization so Differenti- A city girl writes Its a fond dream of mine to become a farmers wife and meander with him down life s flowery pathway Afc yes that Is a nice thing to dream aboutbut when you have lived on time farm and fol lowted this meandering business to a month or so you wilk discover a wide chasm between the dream and tho reality You will think of this about the time your husband meanders off and leave you without wood and you have tonwmcder up and down the luau pulling splinters off the fence with which to cook dinner And when you meander around In the wet clover in search of tho cows you twill have a dim perception that fluid dreams do not always pan out a hundred cents on the dollar and that there are soy eral meanderirga In farm llfla that nrd s6t listed In trio Streaming cate gory Tiie meandering business pn the farm is not what it Is cracked up t- boDry o Ridge News AUTO RUNS AWAY WITH YOUNG WOMEN n Throws Two Out and Demolishes Dwelling House But In jures No One Seriously n Mt Sterling Ky April 184Ttbree young women of this city had a remarkable escape from deatlil this aft ernoon by the runaway of an automo bile near Kiddville + a small vhlage about five miles from here Refit Mc Kee en export chauffeur while tak ing a party Joy riding composed of Fisher Mark Chenault Cockralh and Misses Margaret nand Fanny Robertson and Ethel Green met abimggyoii the pike welch contained two women The horse became frightened at the ma chine which McKee had stopped and the three young men alighted to7assUt women with their horse w4llept had become unmanageable illatressIwomen Inside It had on full speed outJwentyIon threw the Misses Robertson out of the car They were thrown high In the air and alighted In a field Pos sibly barring a few bruises they satire not seriously Injured t The machine continued down a IIII with Miss Ethel Green upon the hind seat At the bottom it smashed di rectly Into a frame house tearlrg out the entire side and there stopped Luckily Miss Green was uniajmed but the house was nearly demolished The auto party returned hero to night and tell a trilling story of the runaway experience Ala ftteKee is an expert chauffeur and he said whIm Ire alighted from the machine with toe other two men he took particular pains to put the brake on andhocan not account how the car could have 1osslbly started up again This otier two men bear Mr MoKeo out n his ltcmentIBoWl the buxom housewife rampant armed with dustpans and with brooms will begin her onslaught on the hall ways and the rooms and with towel around her forehead cad a smudge ui on her face she will hustle hubby live ly till lies certain theres1 no pce like tome for to get away from bitter bitter Is his cupfo the next week he must always take hIs meals whiestandingup She will twlnesoriio cobwebs round the bakerS bread which It devouring he Is strung wlth shred- dEd wheat and shell flog the Icgrain carpets and the door mats and the rugs and sUell load leer rusty mus ket and get gunning for acme bugs and shell shoot em full of grape nuts and shell flud there Is a rea son for there Is no law forbidding shooting game bugs at this season And shell joIn fistic encounter with tbo beds In any class and shell punch and pound their feathers till their stomachs swell with gas Af ter every floor is wiped up after every curtains shook to the garden with her spadoiet she her weary way will took and shell giant a row of onions end shell vow It Is dick ens one can fever have a garden cause tie neighbors keep such chickens And shed rake the very eoboes and shell raise the chickens too when she flourishes her apron and emits a shrieking Shoo Nobody will I blame Sioooo tier either Lets help her ShadJf Algernon Graber succeeds In working out his plan end develops a new variety of chicken known as the shad hen the prices of eggs will drop to 3 cents a dozen the cold storage eggs will become a thing of the past Mr Graber has learned that a shad fish lays 200000 eggs in a seasonami does not have to overwork atJ that The only trouble about the eggs is that they ate miobt too small for household purposes He believes that It la within the range posslblllty to produce a fowl which will possess marry of the good points of the ordinary hen end the beneflcient shad Even if tile shad hen was good for only 10000 eggs a season the results would justify Mr Graber Many unfortunate accidents halve held him back In his work The first shadhens turned out had feathers lltta a chickens but try insisted in Liv ing In the water Another lot tad scales like a fish end the iCIrstooid snap killed them In case Mr Graber finds his task to be tin impceslbte ode he says he- will turn his talonte In the direction of a turtle hen This lie bellevesflylll be capable of turning cut 20 orSC eggs a day and Ouch an output ahouW satisfy any reasonable person One thing is certain the turtle 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C E Morrison Sachem A E Pate Chief of Records Acme Lodge No 339 I 0 O F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 L N Gray N B B D Schnoater Secretary Carpenters and Joiners Jocal No 1881 meets 1st Saturday night in each month Noah Skngge Pres W D Luce SecTrees OFICIAL ROSTER American Society of Equity of National Officers C O DRAYTON Pres Greenville 111 gGreenS D KUMP Sec Tress Indiana polls State Officers J C CANTR1LL Pres Georgetown K S ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Ohio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver Dam KyOAL P KEOWN Treas Hartford Ky C E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky EDUCATIONJI DNoKy 2J A Belamy Wihitesville DNoFD5 RIohard Plummer Tay2oriMlne8 6 J1o Drown Rockport lITERS Medlclai for these dls oaei SOc Guaranteed i1 4 1 wPhe Two Laws Contrasted IBYJOHN T PORTER I eStudy to shoW thyself approved unto God a work tlnt noedetl not tto be shamed rlgbtly dividing the word of truth 2 Tim 2 15 rrhls tn aipplicaNoiTo study to to give attention and nppltcationof mind without Studymg the word of truth chrlsUans cannot be approved of God negligence In thIS matter brings uponi them Gods disapproval Not only Is the words of tnrth to be studied but It Is to be rightly divided on Swell od has made great division lines In the book of truth ns welt nB lathe book of nature and to rightly divide it Is to follow Gods division aloes Intho very beginning God divided the light from the darkness and the Sight ho called day eod darkness he called nigat Gen l 4 i And God divided the waters above the llmllment from the winters beneath Stand he diVIded the waters from the land calling the dry laud earth wdle the watera Were called soar Gen 1 68 salsodlvldeti between rtgirtiand wrong truth and error andrgooi- nnd evil trhIs division line like those sepamttng land from water and iUght from darkness extends through aU ages and dtSpeDlSations ntn- ntng through all the motives thoughts and actions of the race of Adam Onion side of It Is truth and right orr the other Is error and evil These 1nos are of Gods planing they can neither be erased nor abolished Alter sin hnd entered the world God In his mercy Introduced a reme ThIsrtferings trespass offerings peaceofferings etc all of Which typified Christ the great sacrifice for sin The original laws of God defining right and wrog antedates sin anti consequently was prior to the remedy for sin or the remedial law This orlglnai law Is found In the ten command meats whleh were written by the fingers of God on tables of stone while the remedthl or scr1t1ca1 Jaw was written by Moses In a book This drv1 stop between the two laws Js clearlY marked out In the eerlptures of- truth and is also natural and reasonable We are met rrtowever at this point by a class of teachers wOO Want to rid themselves from the respon ibUl of Gods law and especially of his holy stbbath nnld Who claim there Itbut one law the ten commandments being no law pf themselves but oay a part of the law of Mloses and consequently when the law of Moses ended at the cross of Christ the ten cammnnds ended there also Lt Is now my purpgse to Stow that three teaChem not only fall to right divide the word of troth bUt attempt to obliterate the division lines made is Gods word concerning the moral and ceremonial laws The real Is- I sue Is whether the ten commandments are a law of tuznselves or only apart of the w of fooses7 tFme Word of God alone catII settle th1smllt- t61 and to it wo now appeal After God had spoken hIs ten precepts with great power and maJesty from the summit of Mount Sinai qe calls Moses to come In the Mount na follows And the lord said unto Moses come up to me in the mount and be there and I wUl give thee tables of thounwhich he commanded You to perform even ten oonxmandments and rho wrote them upon two tables of stone Dent 4t 13 From these scriptures wo learn that tile ten Commandments wk God wrote on tables of stone are a law and not simply n fragment or a part of a law and furthermore it is God himself that cans It a law A the ory that it Is On0y n part of a law which contradicts God and makes him out a liar certainly must be false and Is unworthy to be entertained for a moment Having now shaven by a plain positive testament Of scrlptula that the ten commandments are called a law wo are now ready tO show by the word that whist fuses wrote In a book WaS also celled a law and thescripturesrprl I the sons of Levy And it came to pass when Moses had made an end of writing the worda Of the law In II book until they were finished that SeS commanded the Levltclt which bare the ark of the covennnt Of the LM saying Take this book of the law and put It In the side or the ark Dent 31 9 5 22- this scnlpture hlearly tea h6 that Mires wrote ht law In a bank and as WI have before shown toot God wroteoneon tables of stone therefore there must be at least two laws rphil last law was concerning the priesthood the sacclfJet and the ceremonies of the Jewish dlsponsntlon It Is evl- demt from this that God M9 drawn a dtveion line betweentho moral and ooromontal law but that this may aPPear more fully wo present these two laws in controst numbering thorn accordingly IJAW NO1 Was declared by God Ex 20117 Was written by the finger of God Dent 319 910 I- IVas written on tables of stones Dent 926- Contn1ned but ten precepts Dent 413 Was placed in the Ark Dent 105 Defines stn Rom 320 Is established by faith Rom 331 Is spiritual Rom 112- lIs DPt IDevous 1 Jon 54 Whole law binding nawJares 28 Is the knowledge of sin Rum 77 Christ dId not destroy Mritt 517 Continues forever Ps 11178 Was to lust as long as heaven and enrthL1 att 518 Wino Met that his thy 216 LAJW NO2 WlB declared by Moses Ex 243 Was written by Moses Dent 319 written in II book Dent 3126 Contained hundred or more pre cepts Dent Was placed by the tilde of the Ark Dent 3126 for the of sin Lev 42735 IMado nothing Heb I Is abolished Eh 215 Was 716 Was 1510 Whole law now Col 216 Is the remedial or Jaw 319 to the cross Col 214 Only till the seed come 319 Till come Heb 910 You will sae this contrast while law No 1 defines sin and Is holy Just good spiritual based on Gods love and Is as enduring as the heav- ena and earth yet on the other hand taw No 2 was a yokeI added till Christ came and Is now abolished lUlls distinction or division line between the two laws caw never bo for it has been them by the holy spirit And in ri6htly dividing the word of truth wo must follow the lines mnrk eel out by the hand of the Lord on the Inspired page otherwise we cannot hOpe for Gods INe are also called upon to to rightly divide the word upon Bible wines To fall to on subject as well as upon the two jaws will make the Bible n mass of contradltlons Some wines In the Bible are ommndod while are condemned some while others are disapproved some condemned while ota ore are Let us here contrast a tole passages Of upon the two classes of wines WINE NO1 Is Look not thor Upon the wine when it Is red Provo 2331 is a mocker strong drtpk is mglng Prov2Ql sttngeethllkeWoe untoshim gtvetk n411- bor drink that puttest iboitJe to him and maltest Itinl drunken Hob Was a 27326 Josh 83132 Was pardon perfect 719t CarnalIleb a yoke Acts abolished added Gala Christ nailed should Gal Christ that carnet pbliterated placed approval study differentiate this others approved prohibited scriptures prohibited WINE NO2 Is permitted Use a little wino torj thy stomachs sake TIm 523 It cheerelh God and Sun Judges 913- Makotha Iliad heart of manI Ps 10415 And he took tte cup and gave It jtlMattThe scriptures are auttlclen b10W that while all fermented and Intoxlcathg wines arc forbidden yet sspeet and unfwmented wines are per witted 150011 this subject we must study to rightly dldde the word Qf truth nd not only on this subjectt but we must divide distinguiBh andi flandoic e f I v 4 JI UPON tHE SEE A LARGELY DEPENDS CROP How to Select Seed Corn so asto Have Fine Stand This Year Do not plant a groin of corn until the ear from which that grain came has been tested for germination strength If you Ibuy seed corn buy only Ill the ear Dont buy sculled- color under any consideration Tested corn assures Ui good stand assures a good crop It Is as easy to have good stand as a bad one It Is cheaper to cultivate II good stand tan It is to ceultivate a bad one Then why Sot have II good staid- A convenient way to test corn Is as follows Dlakea box the size ot the paper partitions of an egg case but an Inch deeper Put In the paper partitions and m1 the space full of clean sold If no sand IS covenlont soil will answer Rotttn SAwdust will do JOggle doae whatever you use until well packed and the sand or soil Is even with the tops of the paper GIve a good watering tlako a notch In th upper left hand coroner of the box so as to ascertain where work Is begun From one of the ears of corn selected for seed take six groins from six different parts of tIle ear including the tip Place those six grains on the sand or soil 1n the spUlre under tha notch and mark the ear from Which the grain ensue No1 Do the same with the second ear placing the six grains In the spuare under first mIll mark the ear No 2 and so on until the ears you have selected for seed are represented In the box or bows If tnor- thanrone Is necessary When the box Is full spread a piece or cheese doth over the top of the groins and fill the box with sand It will require only abOut half as Icnh of sand or soil Set the box In a moderately warm place out of a draft and let It romdin for 120 hours Then bring to the light lift Off the sand and cloth to eXlIulni the grain Save for seeding only those ears of which the six groins In the box have shown a full strong germination Those ears which have not shown a full germination should be tirnwn Into the clb for feeding purposes Dy this simple process II perfect stand of corn may be Iu1dArter the corn Is planted cultivate shallow md keep up Ue cultivation until In roasting ear At the last plowing plant cow peas peanuts beans and follow with soma other crop than cornDamberge Republican Democrats Fiftyfive Republicans voted for trEo lumber the following Democrats against Adamson Dell UranUeyEd war Griggs Lee and Llvlngstonot Georgia Dowers and Dlcksonof 1IIs- slsslppl HobsOn and Taylor of Alabama Droussard Estoplnal Pujo Ransdell Watkins and WlckllfCe the entire Louisiana delegation Clark Mays and Sparkman the entire Ihalori da delegation Glass Lanrb Lassiter Maynard and Sunders ot Virginia Godwin Page Pou Small tPtdmtas and Webb of North Carolina Gregg and Dies of Texas Gordon Moon and Padgett of Tennessee Lever of South Carolina and Wilson of Pennsylvania rrhe tariff if not a Jooal Issue Is mighty hard to Istlngulsw from It Certainly It can no longer bo call ed a Demoorotic IssueLoulsv1l1e Times May Music Festival The second biennial May Music Fes tival to be held la Louisville May 6 7 and 8 at the FlIrst Regiment Armory will give to the South the greatest musical event mhleh it has over enjoyed A greater number of nirtists of International tame have been engg than over before and the scope Of the festival Is of larger magnitude than anything hitherto undertaken It has been announced nevertheless that prices for the festival will to lower than before so tImt the attendance- Is expected to brook true records mhe attractions are Impressive Vial ter Daatuorch bas been roengagedand will come to Louisville wttl1hls full New York Symphony Orchestra The artists include three grand opera stars Fromstad Richard Martin the celebrated tenor who has boon filling Car usos roles In the Metropolitan ths season and Corinne RidderKelsey the noted soprano Besides these there will be Spailding the talented young violinist Germulnto Sdbuizer referred to as the feminine Pad erewsk1 Reed hJller the oratorio tenor IMndaane Van der Veer contralto and Gustave 1Holmgbist the wrenS derlul bass baritone besides two other basses yet Vtibo engbged- rho choral features will be a big part ot the festhalfon the ohorus wn number 350 welltrained voices TCpnoont lag the best Singels that Kentucky and Bouthorn Indiana can produce drlllolt lty Gee n Gookinsheirw- orio will include one Mete grand l f M opera Aide rwhdch Is to be glelll lit concert form Sir Hubert ParryS Plod Piper of nielln s o1eridgo Taylors Death of M1nnoi aria and Dr Henry Smart Bride of Dunker ron None cf herd b hs over been heard in this section before In addition there will be a chlldrens chorus of600 which will lie II feature of the Saturday matinee Mr Ibmroch bas outl1nedani Iabo rate program of oehestrsl violin rind plano features nndi has informed the officers of the May Music Festival Society teat ho believes the great armory will be the Fvene of the most magnificent musical event that the South has over Iroown rrl1d armory wilt havea seating capacity of over 3500 as arranged for tIle festival and will be partitioned and equipped w1tlh a huge platform erected with O sound jag board midi shell so that the au ditory conditions will bo perfect and the great crowd handled without in convenience There will be five perloIJIUlI11Ce9 dur- Ing the festival tncludlllgl two matinees The schedule of prices adopted Js the lowest In the history of the Louisville festival the matinees scale being from fifty cents to 100 and night prices from 1 to 2 Ora From stad night however the QlIaxlmum price for seats wllll Ibo 250 Favor able railroad rates sill lbe In effect during tae festival so that large at tandhncu from till over Kentucky and the South Is expected Womans Wonderful Recovery Tshe wonderful recovery of a Rock castle county woman who had been helpless fur thlrtJoofIe years Is told In the following from the Danville MVQCte Alter spending thousands of dollars seeking relief from a strange dis ease which so disabled her that she had not walked for thlrtytlvo years Mrs Etiazbetit Sowder of the little village of Drodhead over tile Lincoln county line In Rockcastle bounded from leer carriage Sunday morning and shouting walked down too aisle and extended the Land or fellowship to a number of young converts For years she has been a devoted member of the Methodist church and some weeks ago tile Rev J D Barnes an evangelist began a series of JI1l4t Ings and Mrs Sowder was wheeled into the church every night On ac count of the inconvenience of passing her vehicle through the aisle sire was stationed In time rear Of the building Tor tlilrtUve years sae had been helped In and out of bed and literally speaking Lad never walked a step Only nt times was she able to sit up In her little Cuxlage At the climax In the sermon site arose from her carriage and wulked down tae aisle to the pulpit In front of which tae converts were standing her Sud lanlcIinUe congregation every one of whom knew bow totiuly helple a Mrs Sow der End been for mote tLan II generation Since Sunday sco Loss been walking about tO house and has IIlU- Ctlcally discarded her carriage She got Into her carriage mJthout help and posed for a lbJjtograpllor- IJSSowders was born to Scctt county Vubut has been living In Kentucky tar fifty years She Is seventy ono years of age and lives W1tl1 her son II leading business man at nrod head Centennial of the Disciples of Christ Sept 7th 1809 II pamphlet of 56 pages was publibhed at Washington pa under the title of A DecLaration and Address The Seceder Presby- terlm Minister who wrote It was an Irish immigrant Of marked scholar- Ship piety and grace whose name Thnmhass Campbell indicates that before he was nn Irlshm141J lie was a Scotchman It was a plea for the re union of all churches by n return to the doctrines ordinances and life of the Apostolic church It coiled for the abolition of aU creeds and confes sionS of faith as tents of fellowship and the reinstatement of the Word of God and particularly tho scriptures of the Now Testaments WI tile united churches only rule Of faith and JIlac- tlce It plead for the renouncement of nil human leadership and time exal tation of Christ as the one head of the church It breathed the kindliest spirit of Ohristian fellowship and was manifestly Inspired by a yearning f1 reace and unity irr the family of God as weLl as y loyalty to Christ Shortly before this date and soon after It other o1aeders In different churches and In various parts of the new world took the snmo position AS fast as these become acquainted they united In the common cause Alexan der Campbell the son of Thomas was soon recognIzed ns their foremost champion There Is no general accles- lLstlca1 organization but great vigor In local hurch activity and mission ary endeavor A million and a halt dollArs oats devoted last year to missions benevolenCe and education They expootto Increase these offer- IngS tot millions this year EaSter t J Is generally observed by offsprings for the support of orphanages bottu at home and on the mission fields Their 11000 chures in whose fellowship II million and II quarter mem bers are now living are variously known as Churches of Christ Chris tian Churches or DISciples The Centennial IS being celehroted by II tar reaching campaign ot betterment In aU departments of Christian life and service Tie culmination pf the cele- bmtion will be u great Convention In Plttsburg Oct 1119 1909 Fifty thousand delegates are expected to attend It w1U be the greatest religi ous gathering of the century not only In the number of persons present and the splendid achievements reported but especially In Its tetismnoay for liberty unity and loyalty to the Church of Christ universal One of the mdnumental features of the ole bmtlon will be time exhibition of the entire membership roll of no million and a quarter names which will be perpetually preserved both in a broth erraood depository and In the Llbrery Of Congress at Vashington REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Wo have about 70 acres of good farm landon the Harts Ford rodone and half miles from SunnYdale direct ly on the N H E n n Good dwelling and out buildings Nice young orchard and abundant supply of freestone water A four room house in llantfotd located on the Pike acre lot splendid well of sort water plenty of fruit for small family This is n desirable plooo of proporty A awe house and lot situated In old Fair ground addition to Hartford lot 110x145 feet house four room cot tage a good nwo barn Desirable location House and lot at the corner of Clay and Washington streets nowIowned by E Crabtroe This Is the finest locations in Hartford Md tho property Is In good repair House contains nine rooms Md there Is a never failing spring of soft water on the lot Ttis property can be pur chased nt a very rensonable figure Apply at once as it wlll not be on the market long 12 acres on the Deaver Dam and Cromwoll public road 112 mile from Drover Dam In good state of cultivation good young orchard grapes strawberries raapberles good 4 room cot tage with vnmndn good small barn other outbuildingS frameI meat house hen house coal house good well Located In good neighborhood 27 acres good farm land on Prontis public road adjacent to Robert Plum mer good old and young orchard good tour room dwelling and good out buildings Two good webs Located In good neIghborhood close to school 182 acres of upland known CIS the Perry Kirk farm located near Clear Run Store 100 acres in splendid state of cultivation 82 acres timbered In sp1Pndid growth of oak hickory and chestnut good dwelling and out bu1dlugs lots of good water FOR SALE OR TRADEDwelling and store house one acre of lot good out buildings at small mining town In Ohio county ono mile from R n Station In center of fine farming country No competition In buinesss For full particulars call on usI87 acres near Concord miles east of Hartford good dwelling and out building orchard plenty Of water 40 acres in Umber balance In good state of cultivation AA tract Of land on the Sulphur SpringS and Hartford public road one milo southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres well timbered 50 acres In cultivation splendid dwelling barn and out building A good orchard and other conveniences attending a well kept farm A tract of land on Halls Creek one mile southwest of Sulphur Springs containing 100 acres 40 acres In boo toms two barns and dwelling well kept and In good condition We dont own dime property We are only agents for the owners and our purpose Is to bring together the buyer and seller For this service we charge one small commission No charge Sf no sale IS effected List your property with us or it you wont to buy u farm house or lot make your wants known OHIO COUNTY REALTY CO HARTFORD KY I A Reliable Remedy Elys Cream Balm Is quicklrabsorbed- Glees Riliel at Once It ckanse soothes heals and protects the diseased memo resulting from Catarth and drives away a Cold in the head quickly Ro stores the Senses qt I CATARRHNAY Taste and Smell Full size 50 cta gists or by moil In liquid form atDmS1 lay Dnthers 50Warren Street 3t vt lINI w gIQl1ilJroSlJ C U nJlJlTT C E SMITE BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KYV- nILL practice theIr proresslon In all the courts of OhIo and adjoInIng coun ties and Court of Appeals SpecIal at ttntlon gIven to all buslnellll entrusted to theIr care Collections and the Prac tice of CrimInal and Real Estate Law Specialties OtIce In Republican build Ing FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY will practice hIs profession In Ohio and adjoInIng counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty Office In the Her aId buIlding R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Wlll practice In the State and Federal pensionsEtccountyOrrlce M LlmA IIiNEsi WOOD WtlI IIHEAVRIN WOODWARD caauHARTFORD KY Will practice theIr profession In all the courts or OhIo county and Court of Appeals Special attention given criminal practice and collections Office next door to flank or Hartford YAN CY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice hIs profession In all the Courts or Ohio and adjoInIng counties and In the Court of Appeals Also No tary Public Office over FIrst National Dank WnDARNEL LAASDERson BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they have formed a partnershIp or the practice of Law In all courts State and Federal wIth offices south side of MaIn street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting TItles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate wlll be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON JOIIS 81rILSO CIIAS JL cnOWE WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HARTFORD KY- Will practice their profession in aU time courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and In the Court Of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to eoaectioms Office on Main S opposite Court House and TRAOCMARRO promptJ obtained I- Dalloounulnorno toe Woblln PAYdvrUthmthorouabtJatourapeaeand Send modeL photo or Sketch tor rR EC report SURPASSINGBook on lroftlabl Pateats writ In 601606 Seventh StreetWASHINOTONC C KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New DiscoveryF- OR r1XLOLDSAND ALL THROAT AND lUNG TROUBLES OUARANTEED SATIBPAOTOR- On MONEY REFUNDED rROCUREDArurDDErEYtree report Flee aaviee haw to obtNa plteata mute toarkj coprrJirhtletc IN ALL COUNTRIES lhulliss Jirttt with lVadtgIIl saver ti- 1M asdOf7Mlksof i1 ExclusivelyWrite I- IUS JWASHINGT k T r o 11 f I 1to L BAKING POWDER lbsolatdy Pare The Only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Made from Grapes A Guarantee of Pure Healthful Delicious Food SMALLIIOUS April 17Dr J L Smith Cente- rton was In our midst last Friday to see Mr Ed Huntor who Is quite sick at the home or his parents bIr and dirs Robert Hunter Misses Ethel hunter and Oma Mad dox went to Centertown und returned Friday evening Mr Vlg Morton who Is attending school at Hartford Is visiting his parents near here Mrs br P Maddox Is on the SIck listMrs J C Drake Is on the sick listMr and Mrs S1m Dllbro and sons Matarmzs were the guests or MY and Mrs Alonzo Fronco Sunday Misses Iroxcood Veru Maddox Miry Zachary and Mr Herman Drown of- Rocgport were the guests oe Miss Edith CUrtis and brother Sunday Rev R D Ilennott of Hartford filled his regular appointment nt Equality Sunday Quarterly meeting will be beld at Equality the second Sunday In May Mr and Mrs L D Overhults made up a pleasant call while lemur midst Sunday roll Dink Taylor MattlD1ZS avas the guest or Mil Alva Callowal7 recently Miss Gale Ashby near Kirtleyw cs the guest or Mr and Mrs Jim With row Sunday Mrs Alva Calloway and daughter Miss Maude and Miss Emma Dod or Centertown went to South Carroll ton last week Mr Harry lIouk attended meeting at the Drown sclxol house Saturday dtev Byrd Weaver wlll preach at old Green River Union church the second Saturday and Sunday In May Illes Altha Addington went to South CarroUton last Fridapx shopping lfIS Sam Morton wbo las been quite sick Is much better Dr Landrum J1lacldocl dentist of- South Oarrolltoll Is spending tv low days at Smallhous Mr and Mrs John Cummings and children neat diopewvoll were the guests of Mr cud Mrs Alva Callo way and Mr arrl Mrs George Allen Jr recently Mr Jess Kirtle went to Owens hero Friday Mr Fred Elmer wife and baby wore the guests of Mr and Mrs Bob Billings Moorman Ky recently Sunday School Program or the Cromwell Magisterial District- S S Convention to bo held nt lIt Pleasant church Sundar May 2nd beginning at 120 p m 1stCall to order by President 2ndDevotlollal Exercises lW pas tor or Rev Y G Stewart 3rdWelcolJle address RP Likens 4thEducation Its nerds In the S SDr N J Rain- s5thOrganizationProf l IenryLeach and Dr E W Ford- litbTeachers Training ClassDr Oscar Allen 7thHow toConduct a SundaySchoo Judge J P Mllio- rSthSono Present reds of the Sunday SchoolsEld James J Case bier ttbRoIJort or Ortlcor- s10thCloslnr Business Adjournment at 430 ocloek G n SMITU H T PORTER- PIRCH SHIELDS Committee =CENTERTOWN April 21Many funny things are happening but the funniest is the graded school proposition uirrled by a majority or 32 votes in favor of too school D J McKennoy trsxellng salesman for an Evansville flour store visited his family here Saturday and Sunday Robert Rowe Luzerne emno home last Saturday to visIt his parnels but returned to his work Monday J A St Clulr moved Into his new home on Main street Mr Duke of Indiana bes moved tJOI our town end Iles a poiAtion n1th our railroad contractor iV A Tlohenor and wife vlsitecfW R TJownor of Equlllt last Sun W F James and his best girl drove KOemlVO Sunday Do not undereb s l why the trip was made MIss Laura Rowe has opened a Ul1lnol1 store in Chapniaifs brick Mr Sam M11Ier WdUIams lImnS s a rpkasant visitor hero Sunday Mr Otis Carter SlmtIlO11s came down Sunday in time for Sunday school Swain S Co are building a neat blackmnlth shop on Main street OrB James and brother ore having added to their livery barn one or the best offices in the county Our Sunday sohools are In tine shape Quid doing good Work A good Sunday school was organized nt Lune Star April 3rd with 40 is attendance Bro J R Curtis was elect ed superintendent and Nom Drown secretary Fifteen members In Mens Bible class with 11 T Maddox teach er Indies Bible class 6 members with Jane Bishop teacher E A Bar nard teacher or intermediate class with 20 students weUie Goodall broke her arm this week Thanks for Contributions Mr and Mrs John A Smith of the Taffy neighborhood desire to thank their many friends through our columns for their liberal dona tions on the occasion or their house being destroyed by sire IOn the third day of March Taffy lodge Knights and lJ1dles of Honor rontllbutcd 2375 Clear Run OUap W O V2b25F- riends outside of lodges 890 Among the names of those Who con tributed will be rounds a representative or practically every family in tfae neighborhood or their residence and la some Instances every momoor of the family contributed The list was furnished us but Is considered too long for publlc talon PALO Alril 20Fanmo13nre busy breaking corn and tobacco ground Mrs WIllIam Coy was the guest of her daughter dirs Mamle Hines last Sunday Mr John Dunger and wire were the guests or Orville Coy and family last Sunday Mr Kit Berry las retunoo four Evansville after I two weeks stay M WR 11llhite Uul wife wall their two boys visited In the Salem neighborhood Frl a and Saturday Miss Ida Flencr wus Ub guest of Mrs Mary White last Sunday Mr Duck PIener and family were the guests or Mrs JoleDors parents last Sunday Mr Kit Berry went to PordsYil1e last Tuesday Mr John Dodson and family And Mr H O Duke and tatnly Mr Jeff Al dridge and family visited Mr Fuqua and family Sunday A severe rain and hail storm visited this part of the country Monday about 3 oclock No great damage was done firs Emil 11imlrtt visited leer daughter airs Qruy recently Mrs Martha Berry was the guest of Mrs Rusrell Friday Our rural man cxmIler Is oertatnly giving good satisfaction lIe surely likes to leave postal cards I see a great deal said about acreage or tobacco I think our farmers Ilre going toml JetoomucfaTowbrott- er farmer let us guard against this Let us told our tolxdreo at a good- price Wo hays won the victory let us be careful and mold IL- Ilurrash for the Republlron Notice ITl0 undersigned committee for Qh1o county will receive staled bIds at too Rocktrt Deposit Dunk in XireofJ E Maddox up to Dkyy 16th 11109 at 2 oclock p m for work throwing P a levee on the Hartford and hock pert rod near to and inch dig ibh- eapprouoh to tIe IJewls crook bridge There rtlll be about 2000 cubic yards The suceesslui party or parties will bo required to execute bond tort e faithful performanco of said work The rIght is reserved to reject any or all bids Any one desiring any further infor tnatlontegaIding ppeclGlcatione win call on or cddress J L Drown or- J E Maddox chairman Rockport Kentucky I r40t2 I t SALEMt April 20is J W Camp 1I tennd family vinttedher sister MraEstlll- Raley and fam11 Sunday in Miss Jessie York of 1IartMiid Is visiting her sister Mrs Errt fwll son jt Mr and MS Faris Jameoui and family visited Jlrnnd Irs J W Raley Sunday sses Nancy and Belle OymB visit od MIl and dirs C A Wi1S Sun day Mr and Mrs J W Myers aid little son Troy wore the guests of rand Mrs W C Myers Sunday Mrs Phebo Christian was the guest of Mr and Mrs R D Wllson last Tuesday and Wednesdayy Pie singing given at 11r Jack Drowns Sunday night wow enjoyed by all pnesetrt- Mr George Crumes and his sister Miss Stelln visited their uncle Mr Jeff Crumes Saturday and Sunday Mr G J Christian will begin a singing school at Fairview Saturday Mrs Dena Ratey and children are vllltlng her parents Mr and Mrs J G Wilson Miss Delvlna Leach visited Miss Iva Cummings Sunday i Sunday School at Fairview Is progressing nicely Miss AnninMyers Secretary Mr J G Wilson Superintendent lWon Another Correspondent Sunday School at this placeis pro gressing nicely Mrs Heavrin Is very sick nt this writing Mr Rufus Boyd and wife visited his daughters Saturday and Sunday MrT N Daniel went to Hartford Monday on business Mrs Mahala Daniel and sonChar lie were the guests or Mr N A Daniel Monday Mr W LW bite and wife and sons of Pate neighborhood visited Mr J W Camp and family Saturday night Misses Sarah and Monle White vis Ited Misses Morbra and Nannie White SundayThe singing at this place Saturday night was enjoyed by all present Mr R A Camp and family visited his mother Mrs Sally CampTues day night Mr Estell Raley and family were the guests of Mr James StognerTuos day night Mr Ira Daniel and family visited Mr C V Christian Saturday night and Sunday Mr A A Daniel anti family visit ed his brother Mr Horasie Daniel of near Olaton Sunday May success ever be with The Republican r = W CERAlYO t April 21Mr Eddie Atherton cenI tral City visited relatives near here last week Mr Phil R Robertson Pond Run visited his daughter Mrs John H Wood some days ago Mr Den Stewart has bought Mr Dud Hills farm and Mr Hill hall moved to the W P Uer farm Mrs Thomas Ball was called to Dawson some days ago by the sad den Illness of her father Mr James Curtis but who Is some better at this writing Rev R D Bennett last Sunday oollt1ezd eight candidates for member membership to the Methodist chhrch two by Immersion and six by effu- aion Farming Is somewhat retarded by recent rains IlIss Annie Carter Broadway waS here Sunday Mr Oliver Kimbley J3evier WaS here the first of the week Cumberland Presbyterian Sunday School Rally On the first Sunday In Juno the Hartford Beds and Hickory Sunday Schools will meet at the Hartford church and spend the day In various exercises The program will be fully arranged and published later J ASTOR RALrH- Apr1121Peopld are very busy farming at present The stork visited our burg the 9th Inst and left drt upd Mrs ciyo- sel y a flno girl Mss Eva Martin who Is attending school at Pleasant Ridge visited her home Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Irving Harder Fords yule have been visiting frlends and relatives hero for the past week By jove Jonmde and buss Eva were all smiles Sunday Miss Addle Edge visited her home from Friday till Sunday Miss Jessie Greer and Thurman Pat ton were married the 11th Inst The wedding Was a quiet one Miss Jessie Is a charming young lady and Mr Patton is a prosperous young farmer Mr Payton Royal Was hero taking pictures Saturday ltMessrs Ronda Wade and Dode ray lot went to Dundee Saturday Mesarn J A Ralph and Ljle Greer attonaed the party nt SlateJUp pIe Saturday night Jtbrotherr All the boys froin here and adjo lay selghberhoodhad aple char lvdri Tuesdaii bt We a1 snot at Taylgrileld rid ollrouse and gave thanks by 1i vingAU kinds of good music then mArched over to Thur mans there We gave him a tew and left only to return wltha better force Hearts and flowers are surely In season for we predict another wed ding rhe hell tore 1 A Taylors house roof to pieces today Minutes of S I League Regular meeting held at West No creek on Friday evening April 16 1909 after am adjoutnmenb Cione month duo to a visitation of Provi denceln our midst Song by choir Roll call with showing of six off i- cela present none absent and twenty three members present four absent iiulness discussion then came programReadingMr Solol Have No Mother Now By FJlldla Foster- Dec1amotIonLlzzle Hudso- nTmpromptuRobtpavls Subject as signed by President What will Become of a boy who goes to Town RecessNew looked after Word Lecture by President J P Foster this being one or the best educational features of the League Whistling songOver ThereW- R Stevens Mertle Wl11lford Ivll Wal lace and Marlissa Foster heading of new progmm after w4do came adjournment to meet again Ap ril 30 DELVA L McCORMICK Secy Herald please copy A WHiTESVlllE April 21Mr Frumk Henning and wife visited dips Lewis Sharp near Magan last Sunday Mrs Sharp Is very low or pneumonia Dr Edge visited his mother Friday Pl MDowell and wile went to Ow ensboro Saturday returningr Sunday Mr S Derry Evans ten completed his new building and is now occupied by Mr Puselsrbutoher shop and SirI- hicks barber shop Mr Pete Kelly and Iltlil nick Mar tin drove to Pleasant Ridge yesterday Our now photographer seams to be doing grot buiiness- nherecent rn1nshaVO put the waters very dvlgh again whirr hCVmpered traveling very eeZoustyL- 1hr W A Stlllmnt left town this morning for a few days stay Rev Ford filled hIs regular appointment at the OhorlsUU1I church on Sun day Services at the Catholic oburoh was largely attended by both the surround- Ing country and people from fur away Dr eorrmrun or Oweusbom wan in town Saturday lIT Ezol vras 4n town one day last week Dr Edge went to Mogan yostorday- Mr J A Edge of Adruburg was do town on business Saturday dir Quint Kelly and wife or Dean field were in town shopping Saturday A scholarship in the Dow ng Green Business College A Soholllnhlp In LoclQers Business College Good Ilt Evansville Pndumb or any other point where their school Is maintain ed Apply at this office Howes Great London Shows There Is nothing snore pathetic on earth than the urchin who stands out side the Big Tent views his com pnnlons blithely bass before hIm to enter paradise while nU the time the hideous consciousness le hIs that he has not boon able to muster the price or admission He may grow up later to be a great and good man and be come President of the United States but ho does not care for that nowhe would ive all his chances In this world for the possession or the little sUp or cardboard which would puttim face to face with the gloesomo rIca some baboonIt you meet any such wistful hangerson at the outer pile or the Land or Hearts Desire and are moved by the memories or your youth to pass him In you will do a better deed than It you found hIm hungry In the street and fed him for ho will digest the mail and need another be tare long but a circus Is Worth miss- Ing many meals to see Sogo to the circus and dont be so aShamed of wanting to go that you make the excuse that you are just going to take care t the children Admit that you like It Go and eat peanuts and laugh nt the clown and feel young and happy again The clown is another test He will be to all In tents and purposes the first clOWn that you ever ww and lie will have the same jokes but If you attend In the proper spirit you will laugh In the same old place rrbAJ clown Is not meant to mInister to your sense of humor his is the higher functions or testing the degree or youth Which you retain I Howe Grtbt London Shows are coming for two exhibitions T Denver Dam Mondays May 3rd CENTRAL GROVE April 20Rev E H Maddox tlUed his regular appointment here Satur uir ll ra1 The Values of 1 JOur FarmLands Have so materially increased that in order to obtain satisfactory retur s on our investments W- Oor compelled to increase our YIeld per acre Most of our farms being small is another reason why an increased production per acre is necessary Our land is like our bodies it needs a Certain amount of rest How can we secure thIS needed rest for soil There is only oils Way And that is to grow the required quanity on less acreage ro do this there is only one coarse to pursue and that is the liberal use ot High Gradei0 Commercial Fertilizers The use ofa pure animal matter Fertilizer makes your soil a perfect plant of food supplies every deficiency increases its producing capacity and adds strength from which future crops may draw CAR LOADS of The Famous Horse Shoe Brand Of Fertilizers are in our warehouse now Your wants can be supplied here from the cheapest phosphate to the highest grade made We specially recommend for your use The Challenge Corn Grower The Pure Ground Bone and The Homestead Tobacco Grower E P BARNES BROSI IBeaver Dam Ky S Wall Paper fJ Artistic Wall Paper selected with aa view to its harmonious effect will contribute more to the che rfulness and beauty of your home than all else 1 ALFRED PEATS PRIZE WALL PAPER is the perfection of modem wall decoration andoffers the widest range of choice in patter and price It- fj Samples submitted and estimates furnished upon request WDLUCEI DECORATINGH5 day and Sunday He also save nn In teresting talk to the little folks at Sunday school Mr Teary Brown or Not Providence and Miss XatherJne De1rilIlan were united IIII manias April 17 by Rev Elgin We Wish them a long happy and Prosperous journey on the sea orUfe Miss Vera OvMwell Goshen sphvt Saturday night and sunday with Miss Mhrmee Hooker bliss Fern Curtis and MiI Edgar Calvert were the guests of Mr J rr hocked Sunday afternoon Mr Willie Pate and family vil- lianui Mines vls1tetl the fumily of Robert Pate Sunday 11 and Mrs U S FaulPht and lit tIe eOn Clifford CenUntOwn attended church at this place Sunday- S n Saell Wand family Williams Mines spent SdndQy in this commun Ity Miss Myrtle Park was the ueat of Mise Maymee Becker Sunday She l was aceompanded home by Miss Vera Caldwell Mrs Nancy FZaught le visiting her sons lIarlan and Arthur Taught of Williams Mires- COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE April 20The Mzsging at this plate was largely attended last Sunday night vls11edUrMinsea orpha Stevens and Beseio Williams Beaver Rant attended Sun SundayMr fam11yofDEmor Roy 0 W Gordon attended church at Coop Springs st Sunday Mr J H Stevens Beavor Dam visited at J r lA1len last Sunday Mr Lawrence Allen and family visitt 6undayrdir1 growers association kt Fllzabebhtmva- lastweeli and reports a pleasant time