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H I J pc 10 4 r 0- i tJ 5 t tI II J 1 IJ t- y 7 f Aff t r1 jl J J 1 Y4 1 l rY F fcf obiWork DEvotED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription i per Year If VOL tit HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY XV FRIDAY JANUARY 14 1910 No 26 t I EXPRESIDENT I ROOSEVELT I f tTo Break Long Silence in l Public AddressI Other Matters of Vast Interest From tile Nations Capitol Roosevelt has fInally de IP to make tho address whIch CUB i tom dlctnates must be made by tho recipient of a Nobel peace prlzo Mr Roosevelt has until rccenlty stoutly realated all efforts to Induce shim to comply with thIs tcrinality andI 4It Is probable that even now only hIs i for Senator Root has induced1- 1hm to abandon ltls determinatiOn to disregard the custom Andrew Car nogle has nominated Mr Root M a proper receipt of the prize and sumo of the trustees wrro to eoneitlvd be I cause Mr Roosevelt had declined to II Comply with the custom that they prC6I1dentcUnaUan there would be no chance finIolherresult In dQflvtng hIs former Secretary of State of this honor lIe ro i consIdered his dltl1mlnatlon and while again exprotong his reluctance heItho necessary orralngments bo made for tho delivery of an address at t Christlana about the time of hlJ fvisit to BerlintTaft still con vlnced of the mvicetsty of public loan J of probably 30000000 to complete 4the lrrlgatdoit Irojects now under Is asserted by those who have a i recently discussed tho subject with him Three 11111 be utfqueatlunably- conoldcmblc opposItion co thIs pro j gromme but It will be heartily en oorEed by the comml too on Irrigation whIch vlsUul the various prajeot9 during the summer It has nl1 boonj recommended by Secretary llHlgcr and will be favored by most of cho ISenators and Representatives in whosi- it stateS the projects are located Tho Soorcotry of the Treasury 113- 9atruck n responeivo chord III f breasts Ct nil of his colleagues tboI the suggestion that Caugrcis authorIze mctnbers of the Cabinet to I dcsignato I secretary to olgn for pthenr the mass of routine papott9 whIch trccupks so much tlmo and 4s exceedingly irksome The story abOut the Secretary who once InquIred the contents of a paper presented for hIs slgnatnro and wars told by his negm masscnger to rust put his name ot to bottom that was all lie need Uo while sbly a slight exaggeration la founded on tact IhQTC aro few members of the Cabinet who J have utny adequnfe Idea of the contents of locnJment to whIch they at tack their slgPaturcs They are com pclld by tho gt3t number of thlee papers to rely almost entirely on subordinates tO whom tholr preparation entrusted and there gems to be nb good reason why a 1gnlng Scc rctU should net bQ appoIntedi Ono of the angst difficult phases of the negQtatlons growing out of the tnaxtmum and minimum reetton of I the tarIff law whIch confrons the Taniff board nndtho Department of State concerns tho socalled sanitary ingieetton by Germany bf AmenI Can food products Gmmany has always Insisted On a system of rigId lnspECtlon o9peclatly of AWrir n meats whIch systenthas been resardea 1Y the authorities of tills tut as- guver a farm of protection lndcedthe- Hest I steps taken by thlll govornmenlt reward ln3poctlon of livestock and J 4 meats were ie utwtedwith aa view I to counteracting the course of Gotrmany Ger nany citizens groro believed- to be unalterably oppc edto p heavy tariff on food products but ro rigib- worothe sanitary laws that they serlI curly Interfered with tbo lmpo1tnJ tOD of American products American resulted to acme modift llvestockralsoraitnd here g oftho Tariff 1xrtd to regard he rpc Itlngregi11atdops at Gasman Port r T till S P 7t n 1 a 1j13 Is taxIng the dIplomatic ablllteBof th- Gierman Ambasnador and the State Department Itotho utmost Rep entat1ve Patti Howland teas Jmptosod upon to Rults commIttee the mecasstty for immediate action on hIlS resolution baling for an in vest1gatlon of the conditions whIch are tcsponslblo for the Increaoed cost Ilvlug Tho oommlttoo was fro n- Ireceptive frame of mInd std although no assurances were given to Mr i Howland it la known that Speaker Cannon and his nssoolates contom plato tome alcn to determine the cause of tho present high prIces Mr IIowland pointed out that the n creased cost of living Is nn evil which nUtcl tho entire country and fa not a party quertlol1 lie d elarod that It 19 tlto duty of n Wpu1lbcan Congress to inquire Into the facie and to allevlato the situation after tbv facts have boon established He- nLJo asserted that Lt would Ibo a con mistake for the party to gQ be fore the country In ttho coming ceon- i grosslonal elcctlons without havIng done Its utmost to reduce othcoxI Itonses of tobe manses One of the most indtopensllbe wren conncctE l wIth the house f Representatives Is Asher Hinds of Mulne the Spankers prelinmetltary ekrk A8I lon as the House convenes every- I Mr Hinds takm his place Qt neverIhas adjourned IIJt night His duty Is to prompt the Sleeker whcnctror MrI Cannon Is In doubt and to decIde all maytortestransactlQn of bushetih rh 1111111I Mconsidered 4ltet oven thlmghhe Is a candidate for Congress It Is rise likeI Iy that he will bo able to leave his post to make an active campaign Ho- i I 1s an aspirant for tho seat oI Reyl re IJItivi Amos Alton of rho FJnt Maine DIstrIct HIs opponent Is Ccl- onel Frederick H e t1ri of SteIDltorI InsistIbetoro the convening ofthe nomInating convention but they are DJt n loss to suggest some oneto perform its duties while ho 1 away as there re but few lI1 In the couutry whoI would care assume his responsibilities KENTUGKYS FAME IAfiAIN UPHELD I First Prize for Poster Design at Portland Exposition byi IKentucky Girl IenItuckyhaS won the lint prize offered the Pncland Rose Gcthat AoclatJOl1I for the best poster desIgn ut be usedt In advertising the annual Rose vat which w1l1 be hold here next June The young artist had plenty of rom pctltlon for lOt designs were 6ubmlttI ed but her conception of rho glory of the comIng rosy exposition was de caredto bo superior to alhoWets4r In the prize pastel the clover young Kentucky woman makes USe of abeaua- tlful girl riding over Portland ru a peacock chariot strewing roses on the city anti its people below TllQ 1Yl- llametto RIver winding through tIIOI city and Mourt Hood lit tho distance artt ellowll and over nil Urn rose reigns supreme At the bottom of the poster iIsn patot containing lve synmolieal figures typifying the gaiety of catvni valwock I The poster will bo published as a half shoot In six colors and the fIrst issue will number 10000 copIes These wU bo gIven wide distribution among the railroads who Will clrculatothem The soma design will be used on 250000 post cards and on 1100000 told dlstr1but1ieeltheIr correspond nce hills Mulkey comIng from m statpJ famous for its beautiful women Is a- very attractive girl and she ham already acquired n great deal of en- thuJurmfor s rho West Shp expects to mnko Portland her 1101j101nfuturelf That she should for rho hart pvttar when many local lrt1sts sought for It Is considered rernarkablo T i Wanted Smooth White Logs 14 In and upa diameter 19 to is root long i Dellvetvdaltatadcenystatlon Address j M w BARNARDIIarUord KY NEW PLAN FOR- WORKING ROADS i Provided by The Ohio County Fiscal Court Board of Education Demand Limit in Taxes and is Given it The Ohio County Fiscal Court ad journed YeSterday after beIng In son slon nine days in ono of the mo ImortPant meetings of this body even held The Court ts composed o six new members together with two who have horotoforo served In tha- canpcfty but the now members bave shown a splendId adaptlbrflty to tho etIeransof the term In a hIghly satlsfacwry anti business like way Judge Wed- dIng has demonstrated in a strIkIng manner his fitness as presiding officer of the court Besides providing l new and pro noutaxd to be satisfactory system of working the roads many other mat tern of vast importance wore eensid- erotl and dIsposed of In a satisfactory way Economy in the expend tune ot public funds has 1 Cn a marked sentiment of the court The County Board of Education sUb mtttcd Its reorpt of the needs of the schools during tho ensuing year and demanded that the tax rate for same be fixed at twenty cents on the one hundred dollars worth of taxable property and 1 par capita on poll taxi payors The court arte1 duo dollber- atlon decided flint ttho law ermloll- cd It to levy the rate as demanded and in accordance with the demand levlPd the tax at twenty cone on the huptdreol dollars worth of taXl- blo preptrty and 1 poll tax tor school lUrnCs The Road and Bridge Commlr1on ers from each district film their reports whIch were accepted and tho- comml loners relieved from further service and llablllty An order was entered the fIrst day of tile teem malting all claims payable out of tine levy of 1JI0 except Ili otrerwlso spcclally provIded Sheriff R D Martin tiled delinquent tax list amountrog to 101821 which was allowell and certified This Is less than an average for pas- yatm An order was enteredpmviding that An order was entered providing that 8 for adult pauper coffIns and or Infant pauper coffins would b highest I1mount paid for same in- he future The UartrorCl Drug Company was awarded the contract for suppylng drugs for the inmates of Aho poorhouse and county jail during the year 1910 for UIO sum of 3375 Frank Black was reelected pool house comn ssloncr for a Period ot ono year Dr A B was elected poo house and Jail physician Dr J A Duff was elected morn of the County Board of Health for a term of two yoanr Judge R R Wedding was designated ns audItor and his duties ns such will betQ audlt Ill claIms payable out ot the county funds ExCounty Judge W B Taylor was elected Road SupervisOr for the county for n term of two years at an annual salary of 800 per year The plan for working the roads In the county Is embodIed In the lot owing order of tho leash Court FIrst That we elect ono Supervisor to superintend tho working of roads tho buildIng and maintenance of brldgc and the collection of any money whIch IInay hereafter be pro vIded forthe release of any and all TOad hands who chooro to pay In tead ot workIng roads I1a provided by law In the county at i yearly salary of 806000 payable quarterly Second That wd provide n road grader for each Magisterial distric- aud t such other tools as may be needed to work the roods and operate the grders and that W II Taylor 0 E Scott and C G Cmtth appointed to make a contract al1llprol cure said graders and tools Thiel That we direct theSuper vIsor to let at romocentral point 0 r I i- yx tat7t t thlbest to rtspoiisiblo parties tho furnishIng of teams wheh shall be- oxhlbltul aua everything necessary gradersI Supervisor hand with the consent of the Fiscal Court shall appoInt an ovelueer In toII superintend the gradIng or workIng I of saId roads saId ovetaccr to re celYe a compensation of 200 per day while actually engaged Fifth That we dtzpense with or discontinue tho present road overseers and tho present road district to remain I1S they are and leave tine whole system of road workIng In the hands of the Coumnty Supervisor only us otherwise hereIn provided Sixth That we give each road li nd payingfwork on roads or work the roads 111- l provided by law said sum to die duo ilDd paytle when toad working creW Teaches hIs section of Toad I Sevonh That thIs court appoint a com11nlctev of three Esq J H Miles to be one to provIde the necessaryy funds to pay Ule expense of working the roads as herein pro- vIded Eighth That Sections 4308oJ 14 4315 4tt1G 4317 4318 9319 430 9321 i 4322 and 4323 Kentucky Statutes car rolls 1900 edItion ht so far 119 not jconrllctlllg be und they are here by madam a part of thIs sysient or plan of road worklrg Yens d naps being culkd for rc suIted Us follows D S ChtmbellIn yes J U Miles yes T Sander Iyes O I Scott yes J C Jacks + n yes C V Mlles yea Mack Cook yes J L patton 35 Motlou cat sled and Us ordered GOt AtBERrsGOTfI MAKES VIGOROUS DENIAL TSays Appointees on Board of Control Have Been Made on BiPartisan PlansI Frankfort Ky Tall 9Regarding- a s temcnt by Senator Salmon who lntrodUctd a bill rcpealhng the act creating tho present lJlpUlUsnll Board of Cntrol that the Republlcari have takru all the offices lilt the Sato wttake them all Cot Jl001t Scott mOil of the board mUllo the following statcment which ho asked tho CourJJ- OUIII 11to publish Scnltor Salmon In IIn Irfervlaw lit tho toulsvllle Tmes of Jon 8 makes certain statements In regard to my attitude lu makIng apportments If of leers and employs at tho charItable institutions that does me a grer In justice and I beleve Sonater Salmon has been mlslnfonncd In thIs matter A Cry largo majorIty cf the officials and employs of tlrCae institutions are DomocratR same of then appolntl by tip present board but mot of Dentrocrate adminiistratio11 I have strictly adhered to the hl partlan principal at all tlmewhlch menus the retention In offtco of clpalll officials and when vacancies occurd to InsIst that appoIntment ho mad without regard to pelitcal affiliation rogudI only thu qll1lCcatlon of the person appointed As soon ns I can obtaIn a list of the officials anti employs or these Institutions a true utatNllNlt will bo furnished for publication- AIhIERT SCOTT presl dent Kenutclcy Skate Board for Char ltablo InstitutionsI School NotesIThe common scl1oo examination wIll be hold at the office of tile Su p lent Januray 28 and 29 110- A feoof 60 cents wIll bo charged to pay the necessary oxpepses- I The January pay forUi teachers dId not como and the Superintendent has no tnf01lI113t1on as to when It will coma Tho Board of Edueatlon will hold Its next meeting February 7 1910 Thogteaehcrs should be careful In I prepatlng the nnnual reports and rlCOrd nooks Make your work crest pies I HENRY LEACH Supt BOSYiORTllS THREE BILLS Make Effective Good Roads Constitutional Amendment Creates Department of State High ways and Revolutionizes County Plan Frankfort Ky Jan 11hl a SP- lles of three bllix Ito will Introduce III tlio senate Seaaor Joe F Boa worth of Middlesboro seeks Ito put into effect the provIsions of tho DOII I worthWyatt good roads amendment to tho state constitution ratified by the voters at the last November election The measures begirt wIth the county first workIng to a state departmcuts of roads and provIde for the funds to put the system lit work lag order The first bIll provitcs far the up nintment of a county road engineer by the fIscal court of each comity who shall bo a qualified road builder anll receive a salary of front 500 to 1800 n yelll as fixed by the fiscal court Ho takes tho place of all road supervIsors anti overseers embraced In tlto present law It is mado till duty of tho county road fllJJncOrl le- Itnld rO1IU uethutes nt various SeC dons of the county and attend solely to the advaneentrnt of tliu pUblic road sytatom In his countITlo treated stato rood department to IJU under the supervlslot of thin commissioner I of ngrlcultnre lie salary Is fixed at 2400 a year Provision 1s made for I engineers and sufficient clercal help for thin office It Is made the duty of every county road engineor to submIt all plans for mad Improvement to the state newt department before any contract can he lot 7ht head of thr state road arlwrtmentwho Is to he- 11l11IlolnJtC 1 II the governor and Cllm ci agriculture Is atao dl rrctcd to held mad insgattes du the varIous c1UIIUrR and cooperate wIth the county road engineers In the fur tlieraitee of all pUbc read work In hIs third hill Senator nosorthP- IlIJOscd tu create n stptu road ftud by levying u tax of five cents on sate 100 wortliIf taxable pttp sly Its each county tJIII tax to lie wileed- ht the count a IIIHI turned in1 HI- Stnto fuirzl Under the of Iii bill the state ls to pay onthlnl1 of the cct cf builder nmcdera public roads In tho cuuntlo taking 1111al- llage of the prnvlsion of the Hr rep suiting front the uduprlon d the geed roads constitutional amendment the money to ha IlIJIlIIltlol1 to the counties In prlorlon to the amount they levy and collect for buildIng Improved pUblic highways In other wrotds the more they levy and collect for road hnprtnemon tho more they will get front state thoI Senator Itosworth says his lwlwillroads Ulan un heretofore tempted In Kentucky zero indorsed hy men who have made a lifetime study of public hlghlvay improve moat and are absolutely fair tlJ all concerned lie days that under the provisions of these road laws the state will enter tiitoa an unpreoe- dentcd om Cof road building TONTan 13Mr John F Allen was 1- nHartfordtThursday and Flday I Mr Sam U Payton arrived FrlI Ilny from Crofton Ky null Is rpcnd Ing rvelal days the guest of his mother Mrs Jano Payten Mrs Nelllo hail Mss Garnetto Felix Mr Hume Payton and wllbert Hap were guests of DOwden Estes and family Saturday afternoon They ware entertained with graphoplume organ and violin musIcIMr Saltsman and family have moved to Anl1 tliKr I biro Nellie Hall and lttilo daughter Jessie Alveua spent Sunday and Monday the guests of Mr and Mrx James Hall MIss MaggIo May rtturnt to horI homo at Loltcbleld Tuesday after a three weeks visit the guest of rol- rutlves bore Mr Cicero lloxloy woaliero from 411 Fordsvllle Tuesday enrouto to the Farlvlew nelghhorhcod where lie will visit hIs fatherlnIawMr George Wr Allen Mr and Mrs John Allen entertain cd a few of theIr friends frem Ii until II ocock Monday night Mrs Nollio hail played several cholcO selections on the organ after which cakes and sherbert ware sroved Mr John J Monroe was In Owes bore Tuesday lit leaves thIs week for hIs work at Jennings La What hL become of time Flrlvlov Salem and R+ sine correspondonts TheIr letors are always intoretting Como agaIn please AETNAVILLE The snow which fell at this place Wednesday delaYed traffic quite il little and prevented rehool on Thurs 1 day and Friday Mr Noah Baize Is on the sick list Rev Harris of Louisville repach cd at ZIon Sultcay- Mr Ueuben Eddington Is on the sick list Miss Hester Tierney has returnll to school after spending the hull days with her parents at Lyonla- Jliss Ruth Loyd was the gum or her brother lit Jose Loyd lad family Reynolds Sunday Mrs Arthur Phillips and lltU eon Felix returned homo rollliar utter spendIng a week with hct brother Mr Jantcy Lyons Hartford Mr E H Morgan made a lJuslntS trip to Sugar Grove Monday Among the Lodges Rough River Ledge No 110 K of p failed to Jmeld any meeting last Tutrday evening owing to the fact that there were no llghts Tito lodge will have work In the Second rank- next Tuesday evening and It Is hop ezl all the members will lie present Tho Eastern Star CliaJltcr held an- linterefting scasion at their regular meeting lat linndny evenIng though no work WIl3 put on Acme Locge Xu 339 I 0 0 F wIll have work tonight at theIr reg ulnr meeting In the Second degree Hartford Lodge Xo Gjij F C A lol1d1Ihunted In givIng the Iccturra In the First and Tltird Degree which have not heretofore beets gIven to Il nU111 ber of clydhlattoz era they are nil expected to be prcant as to niSe nIl the ntentbership CEDAR GROVE TIe deepest tow for yearn fell last 1ItIchee deep hre Mr T F Tohnston spent from Monday until Saturday with hIs daughters IIJ T T Morgan and Mrs W C Moseley at Dundee Kr- Mr Late Weller moved to his farm from Dundee Ky- Mr 1Vlllio Russell spent Sunday evening with Orvill and Ernest Cole Mr R C Duff and wlfo are vIsiting Mr n J Duff and rattily Sulphur Springs Rev Bailey Is m at this wrung Mr Arllu Morgan is visltinlg his parents at Sulphur Springs Mr W C White spent Friday with Mr X D Whllo Rev Harper filial hIs appointment here last first Sunday CLEAR RUN Jan 13The birthday dinner given at John Parks In honor of their son l Claytons twemdyfirst birthday on January 7th was highly onjoytd bY nil present Mr S N Paris and family from the went are visiting relatives in thIs vent Mrs Addle Hoover and children J1I1 Ina and DennIs have returned to Beaver Dam after a weeks vlsJt to ref ntlvos In this vicuty Mr Ivan Park and sister EWe are visIting In Beaver Dam Mr Clayton Park Is sIck At this writIngMr Mrs Ilogland arc on the sick listISchool at Clclr Run has been die continued this week on IICccount of the deep snow Mr William NIckelson Is on the q sick listat thIs writing Mrs Kate Paris nad Mrs Slash l Park visited their sstorln law Mrs Pearl Pdrk Tuosday- P x- rr rtt i J4 JIJ oJ rl Eiwwratws are Scarce WwaJngton DCJan4enauli Director Durnd Btaated today that qa result fbig conferences wlEh th upervisors of census ihroughtout ttho country iho finds that In many s dons especially In tho larger cities i th ro have not been as yet sufficient applications for the positions of enumerators It looks ho thinks ns If pcoJj j Jo are not anxious to get possible places as had been Totted Tho scarcity la giving the Director nome concern as only a few w 4 remain before the date for closing the 1oonslderatton of applications It will e Impossible generally to extend the j application time limit as to oxmai no the test papers with tho necessry taro to Insure the designation of qualified persons wilt consumo every moment of the Ume allowed for tnte Abase of the work of selecting the forfan IB down on applications Tho Director therefore urges all p sons desiring places as enumerators to make application as quickly as possible and Ito hopIS that In order to help get u perfect census pub licspirited and energetic cople through tout the country will offer themselves for those positions even though they may not care for thin m from the standpoint of the pay In volved He also trusts that employ ers will deem it their duty to give leave of absence to their employees who may desire to not as enumerators Some slight sacrifice of this sort will be amply repaid by the im proved quality of tho cenusus returns Continuing the Director said Although the actual work of uik Ing the couBtis will not bdgln until April 15 It s cental that thoto who wish to act us enumerators shooIdsic apply immediately Except under un usual circumstance no apllcatkm re calved after January 25 will be con 11suu1 will be fairly considered for upI xlntniont j Political roccoimnendatlon l WP not ncceswiry The sujwrvJeois to when u application meet IKJ made have bee Instructed to eomsldor all candidates and to tuleot solely on the bins of efficiency For the purpose of aid lag the wiparvUors In dponuining tho competence tif the candidates a written tent will bo 3 retcrlbfO UI dare any person bewe5ii the ages of 1 S and 70 who U i citizen of the United States will be permitted to take It The tcat will be of a wrlctly ptuc 4nl chonutr tibstjmtlally tho same as was used in 1900 It will consist of filling out a wimple schedule of pup illation and In the fuse of rural dls tracts fllllug out also a sample ached ufo of agrleultuivj those schedules will bo reelfcly the same all will actually be uwl by ho vnumcratur In tlielr work later on In order to n Blst candidates In preparing for ihe tort coplre of the blink kchcdules and general iutruotioni regarding hJ miuior of It Tiling them vlllr l tt fiirnirtied to ach candidate in ll venue Any IHTMHI of ordinary common school education and good judgement nhould Iran nil difficulty In pawing This U fe1 not a cvllservloo ox uralnnton tl will be conducted under tho direction of tho supervisors and by Uio Census Bnrowi in order that convenient examination places may be provided for nil candidates local civil service examining boards and gus mastcra will lx called upon to pre sl fc at the actual taking of the test In certain case hut In this respect IUSU3 Jt is IuiKwslbl to oxiigg rato tho iinlMjrtJiiioe of obtaining a correct eon HUB of tin pnpulatljn and agriculture of the country The cinve naw dwponds wholly upon till competence of thin Onlll11elltol8hTJio numcmtoiv will earn about J60 oaoh Those in till mwl dkoiols must complete their work within 30al dayw and thow in cites of DOOO and more population at the preceding con Run wJUiln two weeks from April 15n1 1910- QUICKS BL000PILL Will cleanse your liver and purl 1y your blood and make feel allike250 Thrilling Stories In every family there Is a eon rttant demand for stories good Ihrll llmg etories of adventure and hero torn That Tho Youths Companion aup pliea this demand is nttostod in more k tMri half a million homos Tho serIal stories for c 1910 alone are 7well worth Tho Youths Companion eubecription price Those include stor lis by Arthur Stanwood Pier c A Stevens Grace Richmond Chariot Miner Thompson and Winifred KIrk 1 l te t c 4rFpJ 4t 4 1 i lal Send fort full Pnospectw M 4J 1916 Vpluine and see what MrMaiy of hbo best reading his for The Youths CotBpantoiiiiimlly for 1910 r I 176 for the 1910 Volume JSllelit cIbe1 Ytj at titled to all tho remaining Issues of 190D In addlton to the 62 fasttettOf gold Any one making a glfijof Tiw Youths Companion receives alieio laaddlret jyrf x1HE YOUTHS COMPANION o 111to pnnlon BulWIng Denton Mass kSeN Subscriptions received aMhls cue A Frightful Wreck of train automobile or buggy n cause cute brutecs abraslono sprains or wounds that demand Ilucklo la Arnica Salvo earths grcntestheal3r Quick relief and prompt euro results For burns bolls sores of all kinds eczema chapped hands and tips sore eyes or corns its supreme Surest pile cure 23c at all druggists erCERALYOLcft over from last weok Jaan tMr Herman McConnell visited this his old home last week Mr Joseph Pevler who has been business here for some tlmehiis moved to Nelson Ky Mist Chyle Herald RockortpVis1 od Miss Era Garrett last week Mr John Durham lots rented and moved to the Verge Curtis farm Mr D H Helsby accldontly got one of his fingers bit off by a dog one dry last week Mr Verge Curtiss has bought and moved to the Williams Herald farm near Rockport- Mrl1 P A Mtlnor and children siwnt the holidays with relatives Sacramento Mr John Chancellor is on lIstk I t DICK S PILLS For Liver Ills Saves Doctors Bills s T A Kentucky Temperance Yarn A Kentucy Senator told lout an- n old pilot on tho Mississippi aged eightytwo who was rocounalng an incident connected with the temps anco question InemperanCB Is ruining the na lieu he instated The KH muIngon suet die of us I Lava many of them In my long career One we Kid a pnsongor on ft steam boat where I was pilot ho was iutoxl- if cared and fell overobard After hi had been soaking ut the bottom of tho river for quite a while we fished him out and lad hIm limp and cop ping on the dock our efforts to ra vivo him were unavailing until at lost somebody thought that whisky would bo ju t tho thing lo restore anUma Inn We opened the mans mou and pruned t nme down and It roem ed to Htiy there all right for a gurg ling jwuml canto from ids Ups I put my tau clove to Jaaar what hi might wteh to wy doubtloss n a mst is j for his loved onO at homednnlllIIlmabUTCI IAzed hoanely roll me on n barrel edquick and get out soma of this water it will spoil the good Kentucky whlsktJoo Mitchell Chiaople in Affairs at Washington in January Xutiouui Magazlm MENDENHALLS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills an Guaranteed BALD KNOB or Too late for lat week Jan 3W41 all hoht tho now yea bring fiuccesrt nllv ocr tho world Mr Jiuimlo Sorrels at Butler Co been vMtlns relatlviw In tits nelghborhocd the past weak Wo hope every body cnjojwl Xmas New Years Day Miss Chloe of boantSunday iiisfct Mrs Ella Taylorwile hatf boon on the sick list is Improving Mr J w Taylor Is able to bo out againMr C M Taylor spent Tuesday night it Mr E P Sandcfure Every body la busy stripping to Mr JO Lelsuro last a tine mule last week LC Mr George Sorrels loot two horses one Duties of Military Attache aretotllattakesplaceIntime to time on ihe mobilization armament addruusnenC of tho power to width be tr accredited Child Cry l FOR FLETCHER i f C ASTORIA a i ft ii1 ttrII W riB t v J r f6 1 r J Ilatnt Hantla traR walks 1IIatj h kSe factory In Cle landsome forIdno aid ttspirbtr 8B of bust e8eUe eY s icmacW11 and he was in tner pporhputie The Senator tp his Pico and ran to havp the boy sent him The boy camo to theotft timidly lust a bit consclencceBtrfck k en wondering if hja remark hod been overheard and ready for the penalty As tile lad twisted hia hands and tbeforenY th 03 fixed on him by the man at the desk ho felt thee hand of Uncle Mark on his shoulder So you wish you had old Hanna 18 money and ho waa dn the poorhouse eh Suppttto your wish should be granted whet would you dope Why stammered the lad t first thing I would do sir would to get you out of the oorhoupse The Senator laughed and sent t boy back to hlsj work Today he pno of the managers of a large facto- n but ho never tires of telling tlie story that held his first Jab Joe WasbtII zinc MENDENHULS CHILL TONIC Best for Malaria Chills an Fever Guaranteed Fordsville School atThe Spring term of tint Fordsville 191he0 2 will give tree tuition for all county implls between tho ages and 20 and holding common ecliool diplomas and ready for high tchool work Tho Normal Department will glv a thorough review of the = common school branches- Term four months tuition 30 per month board 1275 per week For futhcr information call on or a dross I S MASON W C SHULT- Fottlsvllle Ky O WYSOX Jeft over front last week Jan 5Mos Cynthia Shull Is visit Mr W P Bennetts s Marlon and Margarette ViI llamwn who have eebn homo on vac tlon returned lo school Monday seencn a Margarctto Williamson Mrs A L Bryant and daug Miss Bosslo spent Friday at Mr To n Kennedy Mr E A Davenport and family vl Itho ed Mrs E J Mooro of Tayloroowni nit wok Mrs Sarah Nelson spent Frlda night with her mother Mrs n T portMr Hills house caugmhtvfire e 1Saturday but the tames were ex G tingulehed beforo uny damage was L Davenport and family visit Mr Jamea Davenport Rochester last week Mrs Maggie Davenport who has been s1cais improving Wishing all success to The Rllmbh Hcan this New Yat- rNapoleons QrltItwas of the unconquerable noverEay dlo kind the kind that you need tho els coldcouglldcough syrups cod liver oil or doc tors kayo all failed dout lose heart trope Take Dr Kings New DlsT county Satisfaction is guaranteed Lingro hopeless sufferers It masters stub GOc bron colds obstinate coughs hem orrhages la grippe croup asthma tai foyer and whooping cough and Is oho most safe and certain remedy for nil bronchial affections EOc 100 Trial t ttle frco at nil druggists us Report of the Condition OF THE BANK OF tENTERTDWN lining business at Centertown County of Ohio State of Kentucky at the close of business on the 28th day of Dec 1909 RESOURCES rtsgp4aplao0uuta with or mom Jas ir Surety e 5814639 Call Loans on Collateral 1402500 Due from National Banks 36x00U- O from State nlurand Bankers 302423 United States and National Bank NotOB 522000 3a7099OYgrdrattt bpvdraftj untecurod 35503 4urrcntEzpent seta1d 190930 Reil IJatato =Bank1ilg House 140000 in d tJ 4Pf d- i f iIf Furalturo and Fixtures 199931 l J f i9i51 ttt LIABILITIES Captal8t k paid InT Itt wCash = 15oOOpO 1ndu h 12613 370kypn which interest la not 42002otItaon which In1er08tt- scepald I 00609 Due National Banks i 200000 i Total u 94514 State of Kentucky County of Ohio Set IiII H Lewis Cashier of above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to tfto best of my knowledge and llof J D LEWIS cashier ben Subscribed and sworn to before this 6th day of Jan 1910 H II DAVIS N P O OJ JanusboJ B MADDOX TICHENORis nDlrectora Report of the Condition OP THE MCHENRY DEPOSIT DANK Doing business at Mcllenry County cl Ohio Mato of Kentucky at the 28thdRESOURCES Loans and Discounts with ono or more Endorsers as Surety 1425245 7oLoans on Collateral 100000 G500o00 Duo Dunks 225027 United States mid National Dank Notes 4 305800 51094cReal Estate Banking House 328005 0Furniture and Fixtures 204008 Total 3465898 LIADILITIESLn in Cash 1500000 Undivided Profits 73148 Deposits subject to Chock on which interest la not paid 131629- Time Certificates of Depos 1iits on which interest is s paid 61G45- t 346559d 1 Setralwvmswear that above statement Is true to the belletII j inY0 II R BARNARD Notary Public My Commission Expires February 1912 S J TICHENOR J S SMITH RENDERr THowNo plus now over taste so good Whats changed the pies No you Youvo lost tho strong stomach tho vigorous liver active kldncyo the regular bow of boyhood our dlgsetlon Is i oor and you blames the cod Whals needed r Acompleto toning up by Electric Bitters of all organs of digestion them Theyll restore your boyhood appetite and appreciation of food and fairly saturate your body with new health strength trod vigor at all druggists 11aI II fir trkfsir n r r Hn YM J IS I 1Jhan nyft a Am h celeJ Neaaa htkeeCw rsk wIeri4 wWuill 930letlUC iqdsrgwrwhielriela MIl Mtlla food which i oEW l 80strength When aua theaourbe dotwit just right when he cl laclle well hw M uncomfortable feeling Jsthe stomachelte eating Is languid hcrvotM irritableendderpe d 2leat heals losing tho nutrition needed to rake ttrealdi- S c a immm should use Dr flerctfm CoMea Helel Dlfcoveir It taros tllaeaaei et the ateaoaeh udatelier i ot dlntlom and nutrition It eariehea the Hood 26eraas Me liver trca4tHem tlleltl ymwtMe ntrrtt and ae GIVES HE1UTH 2MD k THE WHOLE BODY nt affoni to accept a ttint nostrum a a iubtt1tuteorthitBOD 11 helooholio medicine OP KNOWN courosmoN not even though the urgent dealer t t may thereby make alIttlo bigger profit Ingredients printed on wrapper COME AND GO WITH US ryONA GRAND FREEr MEDITERRANEANTOURI We are going to send twenty young women between the ages of 1C and 50 white of good char 2 acter on a two months tour to the Mediterranean The Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco Southern France and Italy We will pay all expenses of ev ery kind for a thorough enjoyable trip The Tour Will Be Personally Conducted j Write to the Tour Department The Herald Lou isville Ky For Full Informatione NM4ff41f44 1THE KENTUCKY ightan Power Co INCORPORATED IWlhh WIRE YOUR HOUSE BT COST i i ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD J 8BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACHt Ili E G BARRASS Manager i t ttlCtt + t OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135TH- EREPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 160 HE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Homo and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekOwensboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 326 326THE175THEyM THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer to 160 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION OP THE INFLUENCE OF THE 1 WESTERN KENTUCKY STATE NORMAl SrtrnnT lrOrlT7 hbonltlu 1r+ oIlI i t4atbaoldateiYkoaaebltssa 1tIattilltmUHtalaionu1IiICJIibetJw1107 teas I1ftt atj tatuk Kkclililrlitul t4a Its Joni sari eailsiiorr M U W nlHtf tb 1 +rataney4Trriteadrd th fsrw itt71 IM tnItII la eat waaurinitaifstlibm tbltl9tOt0 iItreW4Mof IlrkukJ bsn bn 4st11n is tser bstsf cllol W iitn el p wlasdlJLineb4d U s t4t1mUktta lu MaiisrsWiM y s4wd t- J ItrttalakJIt4dligepislwelkieMtriiiagttJ tl lMNeniWNrwltspMiillbyrMasly ettnl f It c I I f J l J rtru I J 11 rrI- ti y vr y Arr ii 4 r rr f d rp 41N r WEWILL INAUGURATI3 SATURDAY JANUARY 15 1910 oUR SEMIANNUAL PROFIT SEARING SALE And Will Continue it Up to and Including January 29 1910 All Merchandise Sold at Profit Sharing Prices will be for Cash or Produce Only MerchandiseCliarged will he at Regular Prices The annuncement of our Profit Sharing Sales will be hailed with delight by all who have attended and taken advantage of the money saving priceMillwholesale price today Our tock has been thoroughly culled and everything in odd lots remnants odd pieces is yours for a price considera 4tion much less in many instances than we bought them All of this class of merchandise will be identified by the Red Tags The Red Tags means loss to the store and a big saving to you All merchandise EXCEPT GROCERIES will be subject to a 10 per cent discount Nothing else reserved It all goes at Profit Sharing prices This announcement represents a very meager portion of our display and hundreds of bargains not mentioned here will appeal very strongly to your money saving disposition Come in and at least inspect the offerings whether you intend to buy or not Clothing Department You dont often have such a chance to supply your family clothing necessities We have driven the prices down lower than ever before on all odd lots ofsuitsOver Coats and Odd Pants You will realize what a big in ducement it is when you seethe goods Every suit in the house at ten per cent discount Mens Suits 9 Odd Lots marked with Red Tags One lot of 5 G and 7 dollar suits sale price 348 One lc t of 7 8 and 9 I 4 498 One lot of 910 and 12 c 598 One lot of 12 to 18 c 898 We will have many more to show you We can only give you a sample here Every suit in the house at ten per cent discount II Mens Over Coats 25 per cent less than regular prices Rain Coats 10 per cent less than regular price Top Coats 10 per cent less than regular price Look for the Red Tagged Over Coats There is where you save big money Boys Knee Pant Suits One lot 3 to 9 years old 275 34 suits sale Price 198 One lot 4 and 5 248 One lot c 4 5 and 550 348 One lot to to 15 125 150 175 119 One lot 10 to 16 2 225 and 250 169 One lot 275 3 and 350I 229 One lot 4 and 450 269 One lot 5 550 and G 379 Similar reductions on Youths Long Pants Suits IG to 20 years old Lookout for the Red Tags Boys Over Coats Y One Lot ages 3 to 10 yrs old 175 and2 saleprice 1i8 1 3 to t4 3 regular 198 t r I 4 to 10 350 1 268 G to O 5 I 348 Similar reduction on Youths Over Coats froml5 to 20 i years old Lookout for the Red rags Boys Knee Pants One of ages 3 to15 Regular 35 and 50 cts sale price 25c 3to 16t G0 GO and 75 J39cl I 75c 90c and 1cff 49c Qclandt25 69c I Mens Odd Pants Oe loregulara 1 u 98o- rYJI r cRt50 11 11- 9fw 1 I c it n fl 1 48 I t lt2 50 j 198 4c cc 3 rri 24S c r lt9 50 it 298 r It4 38- It 1 ir JS 1 j 4 r 1 Y 398 You cant affd4 miss this saleJ I t Calicoes Standard loom end Calicoea yard to 10 yard lengths The same grade you buy over the counter every day at G cts per yard Sale price per yard3cStaple Piece Goods One lot of Amoskag best feather proof Bed Ticking Regular 20 cts per yard quality Sale price pe yard 15c One lot of Everett Shirt ings solid bluesfancy stripe and checks A regular 10 cts value Sale price per yard 8c One lot extra heavy solid dark shirtings a hummer for 10 cts sale price per yard 7 c Two lots of fancy Madras Cord The very best und latest patterns 12cts Sale price pe pard 8c One lot of 40 inches wide India linen Would b cheapat 20 cts per yard Sale price per yard 15 One lot of novelty Lacs striped wastings a bi value at 10 cts Regular sale price per yard 7 One lot of fancy mercer izedwhite waisti seasons latest patterns a 255 ets regular Sale price per yard18cOne lot in solid colors in Soisette All the latest shades represented in our showings Regular price 25 cts per yrd Sale price per yard lue 1 Lot of Bleached Table Damask extra wide good weight and a splendid finish regular 45e qualitysale price 29c 1 Lot mercerized bleach ed Damask a regular 5Qc quality sale price per yard J9c l Lot of aU linen un bleached crash good weight and good width regular B- cqualitysalep ice peii ydGc 1 Lot of all linen un qualityprice yard8c1 Lot of Antiseptic Wash Rays a 5o seller the wQrd over sale price per yd 3c Ginghams One lot staple check Ginghams a good 7 cts value Sale price per yard 5c One lot Amoskeag staple check Ginghams the best 10 ets value on the market Sale price per yardSc lOne lot of A F C Dress Ginghams the best 12cts per yard quality to be had Sale price per yard8c1 lot of Red Seal dress Ginghams The best brand of all Regular 15 ets Ging hams Sale price per yd bOc Staple Piece Goods Continuedr1 lot fancy stripped Soi lsette a very popular fabric suitsects laicc1 Lot Florentine Suitings hisgvery best dressors Regular 25c value sale price per yard 18c blacktvaluesale pricelfic Hose and Half Hose 1 lot of second infant black Hose assorted sizes a 10 cts value sale price per pair 5c I lot of Misses black ribb ed Hose in an even sizes from 7 to 9t regular 15 ets value sale pricelOcO- ne lot of Ladies black goodl5One lot of seconds ill La dies black hose a regular 10 ets value sale price 7 c One lot of black and tan Socks would sell readily for 81 cts sale price fic One lot of seconds in Mens black half Hose would look cheap at 10 ets sale price perpatr7cOne lot of Mens Tan and Black half Hose a 25 ets grade in regular goods stile price It Ladies Coat Suits Cloaks and Misses and Childrens Cloaks at 25 per cent oft ofregular prices Ladies Cloaks Reg 85 Cloakssalepr375 86II II 450 II 7 II b5I- I 8 600 10 750 815 115 Pearl Buttons 1 Lot of assorted sizes frorp 14 to 24 line Pearl Buttons n leader at per dozen lo 1 Lot of assorted sizes ill a very good quality of Pearl perlozeuI I qualityPearl seller hale prce Ie loydsPearl dayinat per dozen 5c sizesjButton 15cp r dozen would look cheap enoughule price per cloz To 1 Lot extra quality ocean Pearl Ruttonussorted sizes It would scll rcu1iI for 15e sale price 100 Shoes andRubbers All odd lots out with reel lags at a big red notion from regular prices Every shoe in the house subject to 10 pet cent rcd notion I 1 Lot of metal buck horn Combs regular IOc seller tle price 5c 1 I4t metal back horn Combs a regular lOc seller sale price So 1 Lot nIl rubber heavy weight Combsa regular l5c- sellersale pricelOc Underwear 25c Upderwearsale pr 19c 50c J9c 750IIIIfi901 790 SL2 S109 150H 129 Ladies Coat Suits Reg9 CoatSuitsprice675 14 1060 18 1375 20 II 1500 25 1 1875 27 205 Notions 1 Lot of 2 und 3 inch crimped wire Hair Pius 16Ipins to the package at per package ic 1 Lot of Adamentine Pins 200 to the paper at eachlc- t Lot of lefender brass Pius full weight and full countn big bargain at each 3e 1 Lot all bristle Hail Brnshesa regular 25e seller sale price 15e SafetyPiuslar 10c seller sale pricc5c 1 Lot of Indies white earn brio Handkerchiefs L lead er at eacho1 Lot of ladies bordered hemstitched Hamlkerehiefs- l regular je seller sale price 3c 1 Lot ladies cross barred lIeinstitcIie1 HuHlker chiefs regular tc icelmle- I prIce 4r 1 Lot ladies dotted Swiss heats itched IIa nd kereh fiefs i wouldl look goodnt lOc eachsale price 5c 1 Lot Julie fuw CIl- lbroidtred HaTHlkerllieftL good 20c value sale price leach I1 o Lot of mens whitcam Ibrc I1d fa hey bordered theylnst1 Lot of melts white rant brie Handkerchiefs a hunt mer for be sale price Se 1 Tot Alleus lalcum Powders while they last at per box 4c 1 Lott of Winslowsialcum- a standard 15u per box nmkesale lirice per boxlOc 1 Lot of 200 Hair Pins ill neat carton a regular lOc seller sale price 5c This list of good things is a meager index to what you win sea if you visit this sale Hundreds of articles not mentioned win be sold at the Profit Sharing prices and remember that cash or produce must be had to get the Piofit Sharing prices i f P BARNES BRO Beaver Dam Ky1 r 1 r IIr Ma t o r 4u t r r IJ j J r 4 J jij TTR 1 It 0oj 10 y r w+ WrAA+Nw wr p Hartford Republican carq SUmd according to law it the Poitoffl 4- T rttord Kj M man matter ol tbe ICond stet C M BARNETT EDITOR the TXZ1F O T zt9 of4OQ b1nII UCh a17eJa4 the FRIDAY JANUARY 14 k ANNOUNCEMENT the Wo are authorized to announceI J lion Ben Johnson a candidate forUJ reelection to the office of Represcn tatlve In Congress from the Fourtht Kentucky District subject to Democratic primary election to bed held March 12 1910nlTho National Government will never prosecute fanners for pooling their crops In Senator Bradley sums to be get 4lng a firm hold on tho patronage forfc Kentucky by Hao this arctic weather nnythln to do with the discovery of tho North Pole Is It not now about time that 8 relief expedition was being organize In behalf of Dr CookaWe arc for President Taft first of last and all the time In his effort to command party discipline It National Government puts down a the money first we shall Interpose no objection to the destroying of thiI peoples trust The Idea that the strong urns of th government can be provoked to pre vent the weak from maintaining their Tights In a peaceable DlLUr ner Is cbsurdlJt- It is admitted upon all sides that Chelf Forrester Plnchot Imbibed his faculty for disobeying his superior from his warm personal friend form tC President Roosevelt We learn that Representative Dean is making a splendid Impression Frankfort and has already taken high rank among the mombcrs of theIt House He was drawn on one of tin Contest Committees The last effort of the Tobacco Tms to have Its way and reestabllsl starvation prices for tebaeco Is It Invoke the Federal Government t0 come To Its assistance Verily w liave fallen upon strange times The Ohio County Union of the Anteriean Society of Equity which TOO t here last Frdlay and Saturday elect cd a good set of officers for the on ruing year and made provisions fo c eniarginig tho membership which we believe will bear fruit Senator Stonedeclares hia speech that the Democratic party has nover been for FreeTrade But when did the party tall to denounco the princi ple of Protection Tho Senator utC tempt to provo Un alibi reduces tho party to a cipher on the Tariff Ijilll ralihrevllle 0 1elgrnphI The Ohio County Ilecal Court whlc has been III session last week a part of this has dcmongtnitpd that it Is mado up of men of splendid nblllty sal nun who has the best interest of Ohio county at lent Tho people can rest assured tint heir Interests will bo carefully conserved undertheilmlnl8tmtlun of this court This paperhas i1eslll ntlld clubbing combinations with Earn papers for the coming year and I also with the leading Dally papers j We invite our readers to take ad vantage of these cheap rates IIB eurlng them that It Is no particular nccomodatlon usbut nn effort upon nir part to tnvo them money Tho Republican Insurgents In Con gress profess to be very greatly i Chocked and grieved because the ad jnlnlstraton has notified them that they would not bo allowed to control the patronage In their respective dls n iricts Why thould they bo allowed ot name officers under a Republican I Administration when they refused to support thnt administration Who would arm his enemy dn such a was The advocates In the General sembly of the repeal of the law which t IuslltuIthins+ bat they are seeking Its repeal InQ order that Democrats may fill nil the offices connected with these Institu t tions If the large Democratic majori i ty In the SUIte Legislature repents iJ thus law that party will have lo aJariil Xbe responsibility and meet the wrath f c a Justly Indignant nltlzcn1lhJp fiho fortunate lunltlcs and feeble minded gwople of the state should nOtbe jMOde to suffer because of the barter ad traffic in the tilling of tho po JUoi3 which have to do with their- k and comfort through rant pat tisanship as In the old way H 0 F REAPING THE HARVEST For some time thero has boon ovl dence of a rebellion In the ranks of Republican party It manifested Itself during tho lato special session Congress and has more recently given evidence of special activity In middle west At first It was not directed towards the President but It Beef was claimed Unit It was a protest merely against sptaker Cannon and late tariff net which was en at tiro special session because new law did not go far enough reductions Now tho Insurgents called are openly defying the President and there Is evidence of a laid conspiracy which bodies ho good to Mr Taft during his present of administration rand If successful will surely either dufent him for ro humiliating defeat nomination or bring In the general elections lui 1912 looking about for a taut of this defiance of party discipline we are t6 admit that It was caused former president Roosevelt He was tho upon all occasions preaching par y In dependancc holding not that tho part was above individuals but that the In dividual was obovo the party He de the tied party discipline and set the example by Ignoring party lines In appointment to office to such an ex tent that at times ho was accused being a Democrat He openly encouraged the breaking lose from party all ties In order to carry his pot schemes or hobbles through He set premium upon bolters Is It any wonder that the members of Congress who have followed his leadership for tensor twelve years should1 now cone sider It an honor to cot above the party as the Insurgents conceive that they are doing At first Mr Taft encouraged this sort of action ho soon found that H would lead Inevitable party disruption and that no party can long exist without dis cipline and without actng as a unit upon the questions of party policy on but he is now reaping the harvest which was soon In such utter disregard of all party laws by his prede cessor We are glad to note thU the Itprosldent has faced about and Ins taken n strong stand for party loyalty will take some years to undo or gather up tho seeds of discord which have been sown and It may unmake his administration but it must bo done Under our system of govern ment we cannot do without parties and no party can exist unless Its adherents are loyal to tho policies hid down by tllf majority and we might add also that no party can carry Its iKillcles by placing the officers within the grasp of peraons whose adherence Is to omo other party The President deserves the support of a united party In every act in the struggle to put Into effect tho princi I pies laid down in tho National plat form and when men In Congress or out of Congress fled that they are out of harmony with these principles they should llnu themelviM with Hems other party or establish one with which they are In harmony We heartily endtrsu the President for his firm stand for party discipline The man who fur years would feed at he public crib by the helping hand of his party IIIHnt thou at the moment when his services arc In demand turn ills back uiwn that party Is an unworthy citi zen and ho Is all the moro unworthy when he pretends to remain with his party but KtuUs It In the back upon all occasions Every Ultimate Consumer Sufferst liSICoI1111G who blame the Protective Tariff fur the high cost of living are naturally silent on a point referred to by Pijpldpnt Taft In big message mimelyihe Increase In cost of living In many other nations England nndI Russia are said to be suffering great er burdens In this respect than we are Even China Is making the ac quaintance of the sonic phenomenon Tho price of wheat has risen In most European countries to such nn ox tent that bread Is almost CO per cent higher than It was a year ago Meat has udvanced 20 per cent on the Continent over tho prices of 11roriego England Isof coursemuch worse oft than wo are becauro hero the money remains at homo In any event while England imports 00 per cent tot its food and tho dralu upon the people increase Just to much with every advance in prices TJipln creased cost uf living is n Bcrlous problem It cannothowever be made political issue except by brazenly disregarding facts Rochester Demo crat and Chronicle A Big Show for Sale Oneof the finest and best equipped novln picture shows in Kentucky for aale Will exchange for land or took Reason for selling have gone ntotlift mercantile business Call on or write WI nt Beaver Dam Ky Your truly ftAD TAYLOR fi US 1 a COSTLY IWN or Middlemen and Not the Farmers get Profits J Trust and Railroads Also Charged With Sending- up Prices Washngton D cJnn 9matni WllsonSccretary of Agrlculturewhl admits n great Increase in the cost living relieves the farmer from blame for It Ho put the whole 1 eponsibllky for increased cost of liv- Ing tip to interests who make largo profits from tho handling of farm produce after It leaves tho farmer hands AH an Instance ot big profits nit l farmer had patted with hit con modifies he cited his recent laves gatlori the price of meat Ho urged other reasons to clo 1r farmer of any suspicion 01 got tintewollan profits from the COII sumer for his food products The Increased cost tit grain entersI into tho increased cost ol ralMlngI hogs cattle chickens turkeys llld farm animals he said It does not pay to fatten hogs and steers on CO and 70cent corn un lose the price of meet is high II takes highpriced grain toralse chic ono that lay eggs- RANGES ARE SMALLER The ranges for cattlo and sheep are becoming smaller and small each year This of course rpo11t1 that more corn and hay must be rod to range stock now about wheat prices Oh wheat has hortofore been kept eheap lu price because it srnlscd the choip and rich lands of the pioneer It was always raised oni tllC frontiers in bonanza fields and b machinery Tho frontier is now retired Into Canada and tho average crop of wheat per pore has lessened trom yoar to year la this country The farmer cannot afford tornlse uprlng wheat now on old land lie has done nil ho could do to keep th price of his products down Ho dfic all his work by machinery tharlle can CHANGES ON FARM A short time ago I was bock on the old place that 1 used to farnil Iowa A couplo of my younger rd hives now run the place I four them doing twice the work In the hay und grain fields by machinery with half of the help that It required who run It lts u fact that New York and the other large cities RIO full of uncm ployed labor but It ls utterly 1m possible to get this labor to go out and help the farmer They jylll not leave tHe city If they did they would bo fnuiv of very little value because they know it all and It stems a waste ot lime to try to tends them to be useful GOES TO MIDDLEMEN I say continued tho seers try that there are too many mlddkma trying to live off tho farmers pro utO Thoy crowd into tho cities and try toI Hvoiby getting L profit In the hmd lug or sale of the producers prod ucta Theso iwoplo ought to go on the laud and raise crops Tho Increase of prices of rvrn1 products follows thia routine First the farmer tells in tho fall or white his animals and grain when price re usually moderate The railways ndd v slice for carrynlg the commi tai man gets Lila proms Orals goes Into tho cJovator and animals Into dress tid nusit more profits PROFIT FOR ELEVATOR The elevator man or largo grait buyer holds the grain until tho prlci is boomed up In tho spilnig or sum mer following to cover carrylnj hargetf Merest and Insurance Iud jive himself u big profit when tilt grain goes abroad or in ground Into lour Flour goes by rail nnd through th humid of the wlwlesoler and retailer moro profits Then the buker gets It when a short loaf sometimes goes to fhe consumer at more profits Evor 1ov mont otter the produce goes out ofllhc farmers hands cost snore to th pnsumer i In Memory of Wm Halloway Roslno Ky Jam 10 1910 Wljllai lollaway the 12th duty of Docegr ber 1909 wale called Wm his name on earth to his reward In tho groat 1IPyond iHe was born lu MasslesvlHe Blunt iounty Tonm oil the 18th day vt Fed uary 1808 and therefore would barn icon 1Q2 yoSrs old on hla nextsblrth lay Hq united with the Baptistelturch In eArly IfQ and ever afterwards lived faithfuland consistent chrtetial Ho never sought to aiake blme1tOOfl splclous or prominent Itf wend church affafra but lived iquli peaceable laud uriaMumlniK life hay lrigtha confidence and esteem otJhose with whom he mingled He was I111t vied when quite young and was the father of seven Children five Oys and two girls all of whom save on M llallaway of Roslno Ky Pro coded him from time to eternity Wham lAll ways flret vote was cast for Gen Jackson for President and hJ3 voted for every Democratic candldal for prcsldtent sinco He was a great admirer of President Jackron as arc a most Tenneseolans Mr Hallaway WIUl permitted to live longer than are mostI mon to three score and ten years and by reason of strength to cour score and still on to a century nnd still on till finally on tho 13th day c t December 1909 like a clock tired of beating time tho weary wheels ot at life stood still Like tho worn that rolls up in its silken shroud sleep through the long night of winter to be through tho clectlc agencies of vernal thunders groused from its long wintry repose comes forth a beautiful butterfly so William Hal laway lies down to sleep through the long night of death until the tromp of Ged shall peal forth tho knell of time and he with the redeemed ot earthshall come forth heir in eterno glory Peace to his ashes N J R Ricksha In an Automobile Role While a careless ricksha coolie was going along the Nanking road on the wrong side this morning a tram car collided with It with the result that the occupant of the ricksha Will thrown out the ricksha being damaged and one of the tram lamp smashed Shanghai Mercury Report of the Condition OF TilE FORDSVILLE BANKING CO Doing business at Fordsville County of Ohio State of Kentucky atthe close of business on the 28th day of Dec 1909 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more endorsers us surety 44920b Real Estate Mortgages and Liens on Real Estate 155285 i Call loam on Collateral 00 Time Loans on Collateral 67223 U S BondsIOther Stocks Bonds Etc 95400 I Duo from National Banks 00 Duo from Stato Banks and Bankers 00 Due from Trust Companies 00 United States and National Bank Notes nnd Specie 90895 Checks and other cash Itoms 25841 Exchange for Clearing House 00 Overdrafts secured 14860 Overdrafts unsecured 18910 Taxea 00 Current Expenses Paid 5273 Real Estate Banking House 70001 Other Real Estate 279651 Furniture and Fixtures 180251 Other Assets not included Idunder any of above heads 00 Total 958629 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in In cash 151000 Surplus Funds 7494 Undivided Profits 4424 Fund to pay Taxes 00 Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid lfcC629 Deposits subject to check on which interest Is paid 56391 Demand certificates of De posits on which Interest lu paid 0 Time Certificates of Deposits on which Interest Is paid 437103 Savings DoposltB on which Interest iti paid 00 Certified Checks 00 Duo National Banks 29921 Due State Baoksand Bankers 10000 Duo Tfist Companies 0- Chashlere Checks outstanding 7C5I Notes and Bills rediscounted 01 Unpaid Dividends 00 Taxes due and unpaid dills Payable 1046000 Amount of unclaimed de posits on hand 00 Other Liabilities n6t Includ ed under any of the above heads 00 Total 19586299 STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Ohio Set I J T Sfclth JrPrcsldent of the aboyfe named Bank do aolemalyawear- hat the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge fled be lief J T SMITH JR President Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of Jan 11110IJ W HALENotary Public My Commission expires March- is i9i2 W A FJI1 IlSTEnt J T SMiTij JR OLTlA WJISONrDirectors r tr WANHOTIB11P BIS TIBACCfl lot Found the trees Too Low then Trfed to get Leigh bar td Deliver The following interesting story is l told the Ilavvcsvillo Clarion tl takes all kinds of CopleW make world and wo presume it is only too true We arp reminded of this at time by the current report tins is drifting around about two county farmers Tho first refused to sign his tobacco to tho organization pool and attempted to sell on the open market Owcnsboro Ho found the price way under what ho could have ob tamed in tho poolso ho retdrned homo with it and offered a neighbor who was in tho organization 85 cash to deliver two loads of tobacco for himI to Hawesvillo under tho neighbors name This offer was promptly turn ed down and the foolish ono still has his tobacco Not so loyal to tho organization was the next man who de livered for a dumping neighbor in tho Equitymans name The checks WJro turned over to the dumper and ha mado noeffort to conceal that it was his and not tim Equitymans who delivered it But there are few such cases and when they do Como to light they onlyiBOnO to show a man up in his true light and make it plain that ho is a vulture parading as a dove HoBUindV aloof from tho organization they need him thinking the bettor prices will be on tho outside 7 r iOCT IftJ vM ifCatarrh of the Lungs Threatened t Lift NiH N rieiPork ratkee Ver mont wrltwiif I hat bees cured by r r Peruna + 4 I bad heustorrhsgee of the lungs Thodootora did not help me much and would B8verbave cured mo I saw a tcatlmoniafifsa Peruna almanac of a case similar to mine and commenced using it I was not able to yralt on myself when I began using it galnederys- lowly at first but I coUld see that it Ii ot was helping me J After I had taken it a wbilolcom mencod to rates up a stringy sticky substance from my lungs Thlsgrew loss and less Jn quantity as I continued the treatment I grow more fleshy than Ihad been for a long timc and now I cal nyflelC wen but whoa this is disproved ho cringes- on his cowardly bowels allot the manner of a snake and attempts to lino up some advantages for his own selfish soul rite Equity Association is en titled to fair treat enL It is either good or it is bad Tlfai it has al ready mado good a simpering idiot will admit- Boiler v ale Good now 40 horse power s steam boiler for sale lnsuroo at10 pressure Reason for sealing desire larger boll address v er Canon or I HOOKER WILL1A IS Hartford Kyy 2GU Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and muffs All work guaranteed Prices reason ablelIartford Pressing Club AreDoctorsAnyGood Foolish question I Yet some people act as if a medicine could take the place of a doctor The best medicine in t the world cannot do this Have a family doctor consult him frequently trust him fully If we did not believe doctors endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs and colds we would not offer it to you Ask your doctor No alcohol in this cough medicine JCAyerCoLowel1Mcw It we did not believe doctors endorsed Ayers Pills for constipation biliousness sick headache we would not offer them toyouAsk your own doctor aboaMhts I Vl7Wl111 7VRMlVV1NlI Il7 7V I THE NEW STORE yrl PRICE CUTTING SALE Of Ladies Misses anrj Childrens x r 1NOWThese garments are selling red 1 j gardless of cost Now is your op= portunity to profit through ourloss in price reductions I IJ One lot Ladies Tailored Coats and Cloaks 4 5 stylish made of finest quality Broad Cloth Iand Satin lined sold for 19 now 4 5 S 1OneMelton worth 15 now selling at dU One lot of Coats and Cloaks go S9fiOnr ing at12 ajOneI going at io ii i Misses and ChildrensCJoaksmatkeI down in pr t z cream fourstockl soldbPoIw 4 1 f 4 f f Roenbhtt H Ji 1 t THE STORE THAI SATISFIE +J B FogleBuilding Opposite Court House t lHADLFORD KY tII t l fc U f r v r1 y i- I 1 L P 41 ibVYl + ucs y + jtVi t kj4t flVt 1f 0 f j I j J 0 Too Mally Overcoats s The backward season has left on our hands toomany Overcoats must wear them and WEAR THE CHEAP Sp we are going to unload them AT SOME PRICE Here is of prf polltionIten days ONE THIRD OFF oft ianOVERCOATS and WINTER SUITS take your pick Take the thin offand the goods are yours J i 90w w r Hartford Republican 9FRIDAY JANUARY 14 1III nolsCen tral Rail roadTim e iTableAt Beaver Dam Ky NorlhRoutt Sunni Bound- lol32dne315s No121duI1a5sm- No12daelf No 1U1due248pm ol02doet4 Notaldnr 806 New I commercial Hotel Hartford Ky UNDER NEW AND EXPERIENCED MANAGEMENT 1 tlretalsst Everything The best tare served rIght The comfort ofI wotrlUe of all guests especially look utter Special attention to traveling men Rate 2 per day SpIa1 rate to regular boarders your patron age solicited 7 GEO M STEELE Proprietor Beu1HfrdiD p 4 t 4 r r iIi De1ltiStS Office uptstairs h Republican butl ke Iartford xy Weremploy a11 th latest methods InDentistry All wor done palnless as can bti lone toHt rWee lgatte a specialty ot f teeth without Il1atel6If Wedo palnleee extracting r t WIth local oe4ea- eltbo era anesthetic i We nI you w I11 u8n trJaJast s glease4patleut lo our best adveI tiAll stork guaranteed i sultafo1andexamtnathin Free conJ t 1 rl1 I o n 1 BrIng your Furs to U S Carson Economy smiles at our prIces Carson Co teWeyou Carson 8t1 CorThe prIce on every garment tells a savIng story Carson Co Wehlve the rIght Shoes at the right prIces Carson Co HmOur stock of Ladles and lIlsse Wraps Is complete VIsit usvCarson Coh you are forClothing IC Imen youths or children see Carson Mr Peter Sbown North HartrordLvtslt paId us a ploasnt call whllQ heroling Wodnc6d1y Fardsvlllipaldla e in the citY Wednesday ENowmen boys and ladles See what we have before hoping Carson Co W E Ellis at Hartford 1111 Cos Planing M111 Js payIng cash for Eggs hides Furs Sheep Petts and all kInds of Poultry 4t Mr and Mrs E W Coupartfirhave been vislting itly reLLeave your Laundry at Clove her s grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madlsonvllle Steam Laundry MudlsonvJlle Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tt When hungry St you will drop fn DIbeforetept1nlfl1rray ot rood things th wiAlfOaCo catert the bas rciJuct49tkMr Clarence famll- ormerly yr ofIlaMfordbut who hnve n residents ofEarltngionfor about hree years past iv11movewithin the Ji next faro dabs to Fertlsyllletwh ro Will wake their future hemc 13r Krotva iil noW la the employ ot new railroadand will make re umrruD bettrcn Furilsiflle nnd arltnhton ttbls 1 zdr q H i Amtle or iati ti6e tq- everySult ith sold by Carson Co Mr Dress Well buys LIBER SPECIAL lists at Carson Cos If you want good flour at a J price you had better get busy Hartford Grocery Company AIr Harold Holbrook has matrlcu sated In the Elkton Vanderbl1Trat lug School Dr IIJ Boll dentist of Hartfonl will be at Cromwell tram Jan 101 h until the 16th In the practice of I- Iprofeslotr Otflco at hotel Nothing more refreshingyln weather than a hot drink For an thing la this line can on Miss Pop pie Salt at Grlfffns drug store SherIff T II Black hws to far a pointed only two d3qmleStMr T Black of the Entit Hartford nelg- burhood h and Mr Sam Keown of 1t FleuryhiElsewhc In this issuo wll be fou the statements of the Mcllonry al- Centertown Banks Thcv are young lnstltutlonsbut show a Dealt growth Noah White tile grocer makes a specialty pt the best goods In his line Sells cheap and delivers free In Hartford Give him your order for good things to eat Miss Popple NaU has taken char ofthe hot drinks stand at the tlrug store o t Z Wayne Griffin Bro and Is servIng hot chocolate and a lot of good things Dont forget to Ilat- ronlze her- Leave your laundry at Pates 1111111 forum for the RIchmond Steam Lan d PromptYde MHThe Doan of Supervisors which had been is session for eight da 11urmack and his deputles Ilro nuw gaged In notifying parties soh property Is proposes to bs rn1- In value lie reJlorf1 that quite font raises are proposed s48Idtr pany for the reason that the si orag head appeared 1n the statement is st week when tt was run undO tlw head flank of ordvllll when It shoultl have begirt Furtisvillo Dank lag Company Wo tako phusuro In calling attention to the tspeclal good showing of thtsrmw IIf tiro vlrl cst Illfotitutlonl6 In the county Dr Joseph II Young pastor or Set tic Memorial Church Owensboro tilled the Methodist pulpit here last Sunday acting Jn the place of Pr SIcUl- gjjder Hays He took us II deal do xt How Much Owest Thou 11ySp nail Pay Die What fl1ou OW I Ho drew all excellent scan onrut Iom his theme and his large audlel was well pleased Tile srtcrament of the Lords Supper tollowrd the tler mono lIartfortlIeeks flom carbuncle la able trout ho rtgaln 31r Felix 9rrtd n vC1iI shell of sfckntss nail at times S lIfo WItS dcspalrcd of but he pullrell of lily many friends Ho sail Jlrs L ly lIx left Wedrtesxla yy for utu extend to relaUvC1f In Louievllle tlur which t1mollr Felix JIOM to rr cupcratQ to u great extent his los vitality Horses Teeth Gold Filled There are valuable race horses which have teeth fllletl with old It Is too risky to have such lit horses suffer soil go oft their teed when racing time approaches SELECT The Infunt ehlid ut lilt and 11 rs Hubert Fought was severely burlled Thurrduy nDght lly dress caught e from the grate and It was sever burned before Its mother c4u- ach ldwill Jt Dr Alletu was CIIIpd tittdsrtt dressed the burns aml It Is stow getting along very well lie Wl1rl1V Stewart Jon of Julftr Ihoughts SUmart has a very severe case of Stili pnoeumonlaMIIS Ranney Its visiting ller ion the tobrother Guy Ranney of Beaver D tanit Loretta lioscy Is visiting r + at this wrung fedtw to ll attend ths3 State Normal schorl Sour ratof the farmers have da aunil paces r ilngtho grade of tobecriio tinil they are notvtalklnGaiiottt next ors th- crpfhero Is considerable talk titif nutting dowel the acreage Mr YJtrsotu Smith s ulJdlug lIrby EDfvld5no u new house ut Hurt tots Lord At the District Onion at Bafztifns nl ththeses1h Todd Farris Is on the sick Hilt Wcokt1I CENSUS A PPLI yGATION FORMS for Enumerators Received District Supervisor Instructions Require That all fsQuestions Asked Must be Directlyy Census SupervisorPllsnn Sntithwhor roffice la at GrLCllsburg K has re- t tram the Census Baotou a 5UlI1 ply ot blank ZllllllIcatlolls fur I capJllylng for pnslClons as ceneua tJlIl1 rl1tors These writ be forwarded to s list of 11pllcalltsl1i fCX1n i po3albled sitarby1 I sor do January tl the Census Director 1111 ving extend ed the lIme for filing from January 2fi which was tiro date tltilt eat tot closing the consideratlull ot spell crtlons The tit will occur Jcll rusty 5 as provlously aun4uaccd SeThe Instructions prhttpd on the all piicatlun COlm state that u answer Is required tu astir l1rllllleI questloll which anus Are you a citizen of the UII It States It nJturaIlZl1 citizen ellI and where Were you naturalized j t I ary r ou II I Of what county and rat what town o I und ward arc you a ftsldent ow long have you beau a restllen tIhert + t ysWhu Is your sex and color Vha 1VherIfI 1Whut is your edue1Uon Give TJW sC1rlnclp4 tracts I is your proseut occupation IWhat is your prt Pussloual or bull arose exprrfence Clue thi principal oWehohl11crhave you titer hreu U1I1pllled nil census work cllhI untlunul nr stilt If l tt what capacity sail for law I long a prlod If all OCIIUI11IIalor tnI what raritory or 11I1rlct1 Dl crllJl1 as a rnlatrly na pf13311le Art yuh Ilhslclllly cqablu of ni- et frill dlSChlrlc or the duffs of a car sus ruumeraGr Have you any deft i of e her sight boating rprtich r iinb If tor shoo nntutv of 11erCt I Uo you speak Iuglleh Uo 3111 UII derstlI1d rani speak any Iur urg otlr than Etigllsh It su what langtttgi cify languages spukrn US Bali e ChlnetJc UII1Ith french Cerra Greek lIullgarlllu lulliuu laps II tcYPurugitesr ihta llIn Slvlc Yldlllh etc he you II urembr of a 11I1l1tcI- IcOlllmltteo ot uuy parh7 AuswrrY- Noor hilt do out tudcdu whipar YJ In oleo oC the trctt that you 11111 be rgtiUcd to take rt tt brfrne r lcctllIwouhlfor his purpose This fuel la tit I 1Dr prnctlcyl clHlIJclll connluing dllC 11 yhOIlor IIh flllhlJ out tiC H snmploschtduln of pnpulullnu nilII IIIfll1ln tlon fUInhhll 111111111 111I leas tainllat and futiwcrw of cuun t lrat rsswhato stark will IN lu rut dlstlc8 the filling OUt of r amJlI seh tale ot ngrlculturnl Iii1nto oW knawledgr nail bIlrt AIithey nyour vwn haudwrhtgl- udurretuents of ftch Ullllllcllnrttvlth must bO secured frOm two rnpreecr- tattvve111zens t nf the C0111111Ul1li i- whlelt u i thu upplcarit r hluilw y must be nt lust lUlr ut r gs sat rtcquafulrtl with the npplleaut ur f less llian uue year Uuloraeuren riot he accepted from all p t vIII is in 1111 way related tan n applicant The Indorsement carts I that the applicant Is a hllr trustworthy mId hOliest per of good habits rand In my settr Is fully capable of duties of u census uttwueraU r appolutett tValuable Present ThuiKlltur Qf this paper Is lu Iecater pta very much valued Ire ont N ofILlvtrnblOk Which belongooto his grand tnthcranti which Is 108 soars old having beta published In Botsons Ii year 1802 The trio at the book Is Strleturv3 on thoM 1crn Sttvnt of Female Education udiwas wrlttcn Hannit Moore The title peg t coqtall1f the following quotation tm Iallfax May you so raise you character that you may help to mako e ndxt age n Vetter thing and potierlty In your debt tar the rulvnntage it shall 7ecolvc by your ax- ple w- F t withother Dreadnought 10000000 traveling ist CROSSETT SHOE I MAKES LIFES WALK EASY stylish Ir you dont wear shoes a pest and give feet n- aurprke- I IiLHWISj May Dread Dreadnoughts But do dread compare our Shoes of any make carry withany other makes Our Shoes are our pride yourselfeour hands and say Shoe We will the rest Depend on IBarnard CO Hartford Ky An East Indian CrimeIoccllleutal reader who derlolllIgl over the toll tit ludlnu costa has little ot what suffering tbe custom Irnuhesl- 1 Its tragedies extentl anon to the lIIIm crerydaIlifePrIuce Bopdur liaragcorgevltch chroulclcrl In his ncbante1 unllI comment hStmtcs sail 11y1ug sticks were throw n It II little pariah 1111 w hollo shadow she puaecd Ilellled the food or a Bt a hglie ilia II ilIe merely threw away the rice whlcl1 the rings soon finished But the bystanders who witnessed the 1101IIso at the unhappy creature who ra ar screanrfug sari th the 10111 wood she Will care lue on her Jackj iMeaton a Spit wns llIllOIII In urediacrnl Iliac i I scrsro roast meat uu II spit surd tn IrallleI It round the urble fur goes j on screed fill small setts- It Is probable that tunny people coo 111111tlnll In use fur kulves went xrutlnly lit the pentad what harles XI1 chose to butter his brtulI his royal thumb Wanted Ono Swell sty fast lu Ilfe said tile oupdncnntly consist Inill 1111 ranD wen withsTo save II one tor- me wont youF His Big Hit Jouea mrtde un awful big hit at th banquet tile other night- Is drat SO SpeedgThought Voice From Wlthlu the Taxicab bhar how touch do I owe ye Seven dollllNl and fifty cents sir Well shay back up till ye come to cents Thats rill I 011Ite Wealth is not ills that has lt buDIs thlt lt tWork of Doctor Ants Doctor ants do IncredIble curesIt they were not for by Huber andIIliox more humaMtY than most folk Unary Lies the Head Etc When you feels a hln1Olln foh- crent authority son still Uncle Eben do a little preliminary enact aDOs a au e whether you really enjoys It t 1 j J I iI Bull prepares for trouble nations by pre venting it The a r battle ship costing over 500 feet long and 25 miles an hour is his preven lion Prepare for trouble with your feet h wearingCROSSETT CrosseUs are too happy to make f Comfortable durable footwear CROSSETl- buy your We we not to we in me do riThe cuuccpUo upping each gentrnl Inecutrd mlllhtcr- I Happy chooter enJoys vouched baseball umpire trouble 11Iall fThe fa uter have been eery- s busy stripping tobacco 1lIjIllJlI4IlngIMr O e Rule afrhls place mov wb1reIIle rod tips rlttlc Aetna anti lit Theban vlaUrtl relatives lu CrYnr- wull lat week Ir Fred lIal7l rat Renfrew wm a pleasant caller at tills 1111IcC Tuesday 31r hor si BPCL of rcllellr vllt- ell hlj pneuts dh Illll Nrs Q IlBtzk 1111r YYlk IJllsscs Ueuer mill Uanry Parks visit II rr4u1ve iI llurhnt law teak- dh uud Jlr 11 A Iatks and little sOil UrvirlnC UtIli tto nrv vf612u tillll WIlIh Ir uud tIrs Z r Her Thera will ho ntenthtg at this ptaes next Suntrdny ruin Suuda tll1Ih cd DIooklI CONDITIONlOF 1fll BM3UEI Dons DEposit Bank Of Beaver Darn ICy At the llnh of IJu1u e Dfwm her II 110- 9RESiIIRC1iS Loan trod Dlsenuux 17144446- Orcrdt its 167605 SateIOi006aeDun rout other Dlnkli i27522 i33787 Stocks uud IkncL 8544W Dunking Howe bin uitmr Iud lolxtutuoj 1200- e716i41Total LIABILITIES Capltul Stock 200000- RcterO 2390031- ividend l2WOO Deposits 20720910 Total 3536541 Accounh tClllcIfXl Correspond once invited Promptness Iud nccur acs guaranteed J P BARNARD Pres JOHN H DARNESCashler L 1 DARrARD GEO II BARNES E r BARNES C P AUSTIN j- MANDA ytDlrectgr JNO H BARNES hn ra w v iiC k i JJi i vSf4 Y ED GAll NAL I dont when DEPARTMENT traIn dont CHARACTER AND INTEIECT- Cb6racter and intellect gIves rlso b hoso profound thoughts and those lofty sentlents which contrIbute to I ones eternal and morat elevatlonani to the social growth and tho TOnneTh meat and the advancement or a human and eentlmeat beIng In the mornl and physical world jn Reid and forum and In all or the walks of life there ls an urgent call for champions of truth virtue uud right The battle Agulnet Ignorance And superstition Ilomnnds brave and tlggresstvo soldlevn or mental light moral uplift and spiritual elevation Everywhere there Is moral dccudonc And spiritual decay both in social to and In public life testifying to the 11- 0bllghUng and IlestrucUc effects of a- ooareo at realism and a sordid tm- divldualsnt Terrible are the efforts of sas eompetitvo rocloty or an Insane in vdualsm Ignoring the laws or God And many bent ou nothing hut greed tho graft lend getting In tIll work orcc human progress lid in the amelioration and of man no other possession Is O productive of real force and good Influence as lt II highly cultlwvted intellect devoted to the betterment or to mankIndThe of nble soul broadness or mind and goodness and slncerrity of prInciple whether rIch or lJOOr merits the tribute of deep and genuine rt Joe aspect The thwklng mind the feeling hear and the seeing eye are alert for human happlnesss and for aU those i vbtch put more joyful flavor and an- antfcpatory sweetness Into lire Es- Tronsing social justice battling for OOnomlc freedom wInning the confidence of men Cln invariable lore d justice and aspirIng to no other tItle than that of lover and brother of an the Intellectual brther too man himself neither to ordld gaIn nor to false abltlon but to the great cause or liberty fraternity turd Equality WILLIAM IIENItY CUSDiFF 1615 E 78th SL Owensboro Icy GRAMMAR Aocurancy of thought and expres Lion Is the chIef aIm no ho accomplished JI1 the study of Grammar It Is his first lesson In language If we could see lntd hear only the best of language by Imitation we night he home speakers and writers But such opportunIties do not exist therefore A practical knowledge of grammAr be acquired only by patient Ilerilistan- appllcatlon to the study We should learn to ImltllltJ the language ot beat speakers and wrlterr The student should give each lesson Ills ern et consideration that he may dlllc It the most benefit front its study Diagramming Is hllllOl1taut In ex j4aining a sentence The mind ds more deeply and more clearly ImJrfit when reached through any two or the veins than when reachtil through eIther of them Therefore to diagram- a Sentence Is to exhibit to the yce the relations of Its parts This presents a correct nndersmuding d u sentence or serves to correct a m understanding of It In Euglt lt grammar a frrJUllIt ue ot IIIUJrtllII1 Is Jwceesary and olhro Is IlIobabl uo other branch or tudy III which they can be used to better udvuntnge In a class they uronc Interejt that could not he aroused any other way The study or grammar may hp mad just as InterKtlllg us the surdy- of arithmetic If tlio tlglst means IIco employed Arid white diagrams prrsen- a more cleat meaning as a hey are the lJIllM of creating i- nI feast In II class they give us a knowledge or language that otherwise might not he learned and they sao the teacher much labor Morr IIliS Ss devoted to tin study or Arithmetic than to the study or Tits should not be To twcll correct- rpeech Is to educate to prepare one lor association with others And the uneducated should not demand n glace In society In tie analysis or reuteuces dla trams Interest and please and Ire of much value In ttlachlng accuracy of bought Gems of thought und sear ttefees from our best authors should Tye selected for the exerchaes In an slrsls They lead toan appreciation o- yr dandard literature Dlagrlms are just as neceRSary In teaaching gram r as maps are In teaching geog rAhy or figures In teaching artthuie icExpresslovs to be avoided I cant uU hardly how I dunt Seel for flow I do feel lIe Mast to for lie bus hey halnt J seen hem yistorday 3 read In Owensboro wherretho weak r er Ls cold M and I will come upon the a train Saturday night I cant tell bow isick I wuzsent IJlgoln tlo other o ToOM where I can hear mybelf read tk you shopid read In the prImmer clan dont want Proto added to my name t J went throught my 1mctlctJut r co1 L Oa9 T dtdnl lenrn notlttng- Ts Al it any maili for us yeti bring hi If you come When isbeiOociocb duo t and Johnnie w at the A pIcnic Mamma says I may stludy mu- lc and German cn tho pIano Ho or dosent like me W ElIAl L CASTORIATFor Infanta and Kind You Have Always Boight thod their Bears tho Stgnatnra of CLEAR RUNItIeeft over from last wceknnl Rev n E Fuqua filled ha nap- poin churchwbmont SlindathlSaturday and Mr J E Park anti family returned his farm from Central City whore has boon employed on the railroad ness and Mr Sam farts and finally of l nnror what City have also lctUrJledto 1en- tueky tal Rev n E Fupta is movIng from and Massey farm to the ore ho ruHo that purehnsed or Mr S I King Mr King Is moving to his farm sleep ness near Hartford Mr C T Funk who visited rela- tttcs near Taffy last week returned Tear his home In lid last ImldlteMI a Casaie Uoovclor this pitce Is visiting her brother G M Hoover of love Knottzvlllo at this wllUngIt Those un tine sick list are 11fU1 Funk und Mr Uradln HoagltlndwI Farmers Ue very busy roparlllgII their while n grert del1verngdamany are Mr Llge DavIs of Davtess county spent a few days In this neighbor to last week the guest ur Mr Sam It TrogdenWIMr and airs Willie Sewcom of WashIngton nelghlwrhoodare the IUUen parents of n fine gIrlwSeveral from here went to Hartford be ILt Monday Master Dennis Hoover of isntJver Dam rls visiting relatives berg Jt writing Work 24 Hours a Day TIe busiest little things ever made lire Dr ICings New life Pills o ertll pill Is I sugarcoated globule uf health tIlllt changes tveakucs Into or strength lnuguor into energy 11laglJr rag into mental 1ewer curing Constipation headache Chills Dyspepsia aL tdu Malaria foe at all druggists CENTRAL GROVE IIIeft over from last week Jau 4Another year has gone by- Auncher I little drop tuts sunk Into tho- r great ocean or Infinity tnt1 before tug- bt the New Year l110 The wheels or time move with ever inertasing Idone and each sucecetUng turn brings us nearer the glint gates which ocnp IIlIce to nil runt behind which reIs L a mystery greater than IlIat oC- II Lima air Kirby ark entered school lit lIalrOl1 Monday Mr and ails A 1 Howu or lIIlICI- Ihltell 1I truth JUs1 T Rowe end other relutves here Illlllllg the bolt days Mr I M Ferguson formerly this county hut now or Iatlon visited the family ot Mr It IL Brown recently Mr rind airs Sam Rowan formerly of this dace hut wino wont to IICliso Colo about a year ago are spending a few weeks with relatives In mid near this community Mr and Mr Rowan twill leave next month for Mss where they expect to reside In the future 1Ifgs Sadie Mocker who had ben Dgntged lit tie millinery bueluess n French Lick SprIngs lad returned hole Christmas Sire went to Fars Hartford Sunday to spend n rmv lays the guest or her brother Mr J A Ilockar and faintly 11ltlss Fern Curtis rturncd recently front Maxwell where lllj had been teachIng music for tiro past few months Messrs lmt and Frank Wilson or near Owensboro have returned home after a short visit o their aUIt 9trs Nancy oaught nt this plane Mrs Dr G L EVIJrley of Ceralvo visited her wither Mr U M park und family from Saturday Wli1L Tuesday She was ncelmpanied home by- Master Spurgeon Park Mr and Mrs John Bell or Matan- Lae were the gucith of relatives bore recently Mr and Mrs n lI Park lire the proud grandparenwVIrglnlU Young Doc 23 1909 Mr Hewitt Young or OwetclbolO turned home Monday pt last week after l visit to his infant daughter fake MENDENNAL Chill and Fever Tonics a general tonic for ti feeling and malaria r r Office joy1 s thlloiioplly of 11trife Iiie IfYOU t V money youre grouch If you extend u youre a loafer It you got It Youren grafter the It you dontgtltyourCa um So what Volts tliQ treei final qulntraln tells the wl1ole Is the querulous refrain of thouwtnd Of persona who are con Onunlly sitting In Judgement upon netgbonbsnnd twbo comp1aln tItut ere world le hlUdnnd arollkcly always to find It rooW lflt it a few cowardly lLeaatenred lKcv1e ur few writers who ought to have QmbIUonJ and who might M1ve- llnlneo their vlou ss or lfe and of human ow n higher pIano mumble thou tl Its true thAt wo roust the evil wIth the goqd pain with pleasure huger wlL1t victory wear and exposure with enterprising successful adventure Who careS water when he la not thirsty ur Is more lmcclous than thoarya spring when the lips are Parched the heart fainting wIth thirst one remembers tue rough fare came utter derplvaton affil fair that followed upon utter enrl of body Wake up 0 dolorous office boy up your bogus Ilhlosophy and It It will never brIng you courage manliness truth honesty cheerfutvese health or success is of the breeds of l1aUtruths whIch tou timer snore dangerous than lieslOA lie that is half truth Is ever the worst of lies There are great evils mlsrortuneq In inJustice oppresslons In mortal lfe which we are bound do our part 4o les and abolish we can Iud to endure manfully If must Many more and muchgrcotcr and sufferings lnavo ben fur us by men and wmen- hooe very names tine to1gotien is who but did that we mIght tree In body and mlndln word and ly deed Only an tdfla boy who can hope to rIse to tine full measure- of a man can accept your moping disconsolate philosophy or lire saying So what tesdk the use l stroke the tresses or the cy+prcs minister of wIne which do lighted our old Ot1p Omar Klmayyam strIke the Dutch bartender for und pretzels and become fl mere cluher In tho go nerntlon JOt Chllpple In National Magazine tut- Janunry Children Cry IFOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA 5100 Reward 100 The reders or this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least dreaded disease that sctence has been able to cure In all Js stages and that is Catarrh halls Catarrh lire time onlyistsiUve cure now known to tine medical fraternity Catarrh beIng II canstlttnttlonal disease requires a constitutional treatment halls Cularrh cure Is taken Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease rind givIng the Ilatlnt- ot strength by hntldtng up the constu and assIsting naturo In doIng Its work Tire prOlaJotors have ro munch faith In its curat4vopowers that they offer Ono liundrI Iollars for any that Jt falls to cure SIJIlll for list ot tfUI101tlrtll Address F J CHESEY CO Toledo O Sold try drugglsti 7ue Take Midis Family pJlls for Constipation Triple I PlatedKnives tamped 7 + last longer through harder service than any be cause they have II round holster which does away with Inup corners where blade to handle where wear II constant and hardest ThIs I but one of many notable leatlllCS 01 mas which a1errk- nives halting service uUlattlo Numerous are ollered In this tamouI ItPlate that Wean leading duler everywherei19eM lot cat a1 desngnfWCRIIN MiTIIMA Nr CoNaaeeeordN silver j SURER CURE K AUDi redSTOM CH- LwR6K DNE r IARIIII f DU Remedy EIYsCrtliall Is 61vu Rdisl at Ones ItcJeansessoOtliesi heals Ilnd llrolects diseased mom branoresulting frost Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tto D8 Janet ellX Grant stead fstores quIckly Ro HAY FEVER antI Smell Full else GO eta atDrug- gists or by mail In lIJUld form 75 cents ElylJrlbersGG Warren Street New York first Heres AMo IBal114lie MAIN uay oForYour ent DAILYJln Courier JournalJ By Moil Three Months HARTFORD RRPUBLIGAJY ONE YEAR June 75Only 30 June J The price of the Daily Courier Journal is 601 a year 160 for three months We have made a special arrangement whereby we will accept orders for that paper and ours during JANUARY FAB RUARY and MARCH ONLY at the urer price for both named above Send your subscription at once and keep posted on the 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Chamberlain DedaMarch 20 26 September 2s December 29 Herbert Render ConterlownMarch and June t September 29 December aD hn H Mites RockportMarch 21 30 September 30 December sHARTFORD POLICE COURT n n Wedding Judge J S GtennClty VCourtmonthCity CouncltT IL Williams Mayor George LewiS Clerk SK Cox Trees n Eo L Slmmerman Co Co Barnett E E lUrkhead wayne OrfBn thlSchoolCrone J 9 Glenn W fI Y Barnett and Dr E B PuUetonS PI1RELIGIOUSM Eo Church SouthServices third in each month at f a m and = Pin and 2nd Sunday I p m Pray eveningRevBaptist ChurchServtcee held Satin day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth SundaJ and Su day night Prayer meeting eye 7 Wednesday evening C P ChurchServlcee first SundaJ each month at U a m and 7 p m vT C WilSon Pastor Christian ChurchServlcea ever Ifourth Sunday t 11 a m and 7 m Rev Henry Clay Ford Pastor SECRET UCIIITIEB Hartford Lodge No 676 F Ie A Mar Sons meets fIrst and third Monday night In each month C M Barnett M E P Moore Secretary Keystone Chapter No UO meets eVUJ third Saturday night In each msnth- C M Crowe High Prl00t Rscoe Render Secretary Hartford Chapter No 84 O E S eveningMrRiley Secretary Rough River Lodge No no Knlghl of Pythlaa meets every Tuesday night E D Pendleton C Cj Roscoe Render K ot R and S Hartford Tent No eg Ie O T JL meets every Thursday night E Pewdlehn Commander L P Foreman Record Kewer Sunshine Hive No t2 L O T H Meets first Friday evening and third Frldaratb moon of each month Mrs Pady Commander Mrs E D Pendleton Record keep Preston Morton Post No t G A R holds regular meetings Saturday boa the first Sunday In each month As asford Mills Commander J M Ro Ohio Tribe No 1t Imp Order Men mats second and fourth Wedn day nights In each month C E Morrison Sachem A E Pate Chief ot Records reIAcmo Lodge No 339 I 00 F meets every second and fourth Mon DIheCarpenters and Joiners local No 1881 moots 1st Saturday night in each month Noah Skuggs Pros W D Luce SecTwas OFICIAL ROSTER AmerIcan Soclety of Equity of National Officers C ODRuYTON Pres Greenville IlL M F SHARP VIcePreS BowUng Green Ky S D KUMP Sec Treu Indiana polls State Officers J C CANTRILLPres Georgetown K B B ROBERTSON Sec Calhoun Ky Dhio County Officers S L STEVENS Pres Beaver D LID Ky CAL P KEOWN Treas Hartford iC E SMITH Sec Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION JM DeWeese Chairman artford- Ky 1 LD TlchenorHarUord RF D No 6 2 J A BellamY WhltevllJe 103F DDaugIKJ Hartford R F D 4 T W 1IcQuadyDazetown Ky 6 Richard Plummer laytortM1 6J L Brown Rockport u 275 Inr I rafleaieMdtcia J 1i ribs o t Of- e v- rB w r 1 A arL E6lsria + OVlUtrilJr ATxOBNEY AT AW P ILARTFOItD KY j ill practice their profession to I tha fOh0and adjoining coon and Court of Appeals Sp I at given to all business entrustede- to their care Collections and the Prep otCrhiinaland Red Estate Law Speclatttes Office In Republican build FRANK LfrLIXJAttorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will 1Ctlcehls profession In Ohil adjoining counties and in the Court Appeals Criminal practice and Col aBpeclalty Office In the flea buildinG YANCY L MOSLEY AT LAWH- ARTFORD KY Wilt practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties In the Court of Appeals I Also Notary Public Office over First National BankJOINaWILSON C AsCnowBt CROWS i hAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will praotdoe their profeeedon In all courtsof OhIO act adJoining coo and in the Court of Appeals attenUonclv I to txiob1 r3 and toool1ect1onsOftioe CIa St opposite Ooint Iouse + TIIA DCII A Ka proIIIJ obCalM4 I- Atilllee 01 110 1M W obCalA THAT PAt adertlekthem iM- yATgN as wr Iaeod it pAotoik tor lI1tC nert- oapatatbllll110 1un prnanae auK paalNQ IICrEIICNCEJWtrM OIll4e Book on Proatable latte write W wasosswnct strartWAS MINOTON D O KILL1 COUCH ANI CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings 4 New Discovery FOR CoOLDtIcHa 1lrYt twuna AND ALL THROAT AND LUHTItOUILEI UBA1fHJID I TIBBAOTGR- B OB XOJlJIIY DVXDED t D AND D lI- h re atria how to obtain paeaLainto aurty Bergew IN ALL COUNTRICS ftlr4WaJur1a1t rasa rimy- atone aed oftre fweree- Re0 Pltant doe of agtiut Practice Exelutlvtlr OaBluth Btrwt eDD Va104 licks htent ores 1 WASHINGTON o C = I- tso YEARS EXPERIENCE i TIIAR M uaDCIIGN v tttc ADlajeiii t say oaroplob nee eewhetheas- tontien is probablJ t ttjp oBIW1Ic8oo tloalula oonadnllalM mm P PteDIaPe IPfCWoI wll1loQt Ia e SNiicntedwedl aseisi alp culatlon ot any tdenUO a le a1 tOll manu 8e14 IIUIi O1 I ANCALL PArTENN I let style perfect 1t etaaplltigllnAy reliabitity nearly years In Cray city town n ileked states and or raalr direct Dhrco told man aulogtteaIsCALLS + tore than fly other taehio- nmaprlnetnililona ertstyles patterns vaatnekin aeedlewarkhairdrresnrtagaetie in6obscrtbeIYMYNRIUte tNaltplt gvf beandnewwihpriteofcrc l ti its Ns nriasi11WtiS5 L r 1 J y i l R aI l p 111o 4- i u yo f amlIHSOIS 8OUEST Origini thtFamtulSn lthso enian Inatituton THE CONtROL OF ITS FUND 1 Uneleams Treasury Holds Its Mon Aplproprlatloniar Relation to the Government Although the name of the Smltbso- 1l1n opholdbudpof science rybl ch bave been gathered under Its ausplc esA tinstitution partjfthoWashingtonrelation to this government It Is a part of It and yet It Is not a part Its moneys are lu the United States treas apphriatlonGlee ros money does not belong to the government It Is to the government only us the money ot a ward Is to n guard San James Smithson who contributed the bulk ot the fund In the hands of the Institution was un Englishman tho son of n peer of the realm was a man who could trace his ances fry back to royal blood Ho never vis t Sted In America and was rover known to have any particular partiality tor America until ho wrote his will In 1820 lIe died nt Genoa In 182U and when they opened his will this Is what they read hI pequeatbed the whole ot my prOII arty to the United States ot Amerlel to found nt Washington under the name of tho Smithsonian Wandiffusion of knowledge among men This property amounted to nbout 500000 which was In that day n princely fortune Six years after his t death the United States legation at London was Informed that there was about 5000001u the possession ot the adjutant general of the British court of chancery nwaltlllg claimant Immediately there arose in America nil kinds of opposition to the acedpt once of the money John C Calhoun and William G Preston urged with I nil the file of their eloquence thatI was beneath the dignity of this g- ernmettt ov to accept such a gift llut John Qulucy Adams and others pre i walled and Richard Rush was sent to r England to prosecute the claim ot thIs f government lIe was successful and on Sept 1 1338 the money was delivered at the mint In Vhlladelphla In the shape wearc n money This sum by careful management h and by additions from other cbarltabl Inclined persons has now become about IOOOOOO which the govern mell t kee and pays Interest upon for the main tenauco of the Institution For the first eight years the money clay In tho treasury while plans were being formulated for the pertumte cat establishment described by Smithson In lds will Thousands of letters were received and there were ehemes enough proposed to bankrupt sever f gorerumeitts Congressmen debut ell oer this foal repeatedly and hun I- c1rttls of pages ot the Congressional Globe were given up to it The Institution has been worked non cat such brand lines us to be ono of the greatest forces in scientifIc re search In the world The board of regents Is composed ofes the vIce presldent of the United Stat the chief jusUce ot the United Stat es three United States senators thece representatives and six citizens oftbe United Sttttes at large ybureauJngtou the 7laberies barest null t- tstrophyalcal ho observatory have been developed by the institution fine objects ot the Institution described hy Its first secretary Jose ph Henry have been adhered to throw gl Iheyears of Its existence They arc to increase knowledge hy original vestigatlos u and study either in s enee or lIternlure and to diffuse knot- ridge vl not only through the Lnll ell To States hut everywhere especially hy- IIr9mQtlng aninterchango ofthought among those prominent In learning In III nations No restriction Is made U- In furor of any one branch of knowl edge Thu lealllnl features of the plan Of Professor IIenry were to his own words To assist men of sclenco in makingI original researches to publish them In n serles of volumes and to give icoPY of them to every first class Ubtnry In the worId Books laboratory accommodatlo ns 9and dpparntns have been supplied to thousands of Investigators throughout the United States GcliYou simply assent trust ariyb 1 tho whomhad I suddonly yesterday and took with I- WY err beautiful pearl btoocb That is too bad sympathizes ti spThntthrough last yearLife Excessive angeragalastliuman stu f er1dng RadowitsI r u L m w4 THE CAT AND THE 1AIY A Mlcaf olrllori rte th irdth- oLs Feline Dander Borstal plQslclan have lavaeUgat kthebreatbdeclares tbarthe theory a ddlculo deSCasblon It has been stated that a eats nos trUs arc so formed us to make a carpDr and that n little pr sure would push upward a- mako them a perfect lit Then cots chin would rest over and bed e baJys mouth preventing It fr- ening to relieve the 11whUe the cat sucked Its breath lUatand 1fttiecat looting for n worm plats hecurl up nnll sleep lies down upon t ntchest of u little eklld and belur qul heavytlelit th HtrongulaUon Wisnaking killlittlesimply because black eats are tbeblnclegenius of witchcraft lu those tlnys when a baby died the blame was oft fixed upon Beme hag who tile judg thehabyssuTered dentin nt the stakeIIIeEvil omen Is still cry matsaiports ot the world whenever a cat approaches n cradle Many pe apeIlCnrnnceIs considered equivalent to an au deathWhatMothers need not he afraid ot cats theirbabiesIt Is time that this popular falls should Je explodedNew Yo orld THE BASEBALL UMPIREW Very Different From the Fight Refer or the Race Judge Good umpires are rare In the who country there ors not lUore tlum t first rats outs The combination the keen eye uhuble brain and co nerve Is not a cowman out The umpIre Is the chain lightningarelJaseJnll Ills decisions In the fifth port of n second lie rent la ices them knowing that he must star by them afterward uo molter wU catof happens Every tuna Inside the Icnc whether blinded by prejudice or loyal ty to the home team sees the same things and therefore reels that he hthen right to his own oplnfon hut umpire Is the one man who Is paid to know what ho sees whofto decide which boxer won n hard b tie lIe has bad time In which to t- w eofvie the situation The whole ngare picture of the fight stretches backwnilonlu his newer Should prows n dlllcult one there Is nlwn8- the comfortable middle groundti draw decIsIon Itl which neither man of wins or loses The baseball umpire tender no draw decisions Tbe man fg safe Or he la out Whcn two taco horses come nolldlug down to time wire and two noses IInsh- b the post so close together that n- nn ger breadth means thousands of dill lays to the backers tlw rncd ten ch Its lodge may tall back on the dead bent baseball umplra has nil dead heats Wnlchlng toot and ball lie tonal Imow which one tuna first Ile call confer with no end Hhht or wrong the lullgment trust be mode In We twin klluF of nu ereC I Yon Loan lu not Jlunscys Magazine chi Lon The Piano Vtrtuoaas Hands Contrary to popular belief the piano Irtuoo as n rule tins extrowely I1- n1ltrocthe bands rite artistic band th- Is n phrase peculiar to the hysteric women who haunts muslclll re hut III reality the hand of tbeTI pianist Is not at all artistic or beau pll- Cui when judged by the usual atan seas of time artist the or theno ordneeC soldonstantdeveloIli the hand und males It ac nail III shaped rho fingers do not toper but are blunt and round cnd the Inlt often In what appears to be nfcushion of hard lIes hNew YorkU World AggravatingcOIWhell the Into General Eltwartl JI Cook Ilvol In Pikes Peal he once presided nt n dinner In honor or n ta Now emus oaken lighter Mr McCook nee he then wns con Iuded file Introduction ot the India n gbter with the words goS lean lad but one fault with thebel ablolouelsmown custom of enlisting 111 ids regl tits moot only baldJaended men To agme grnvate the Indians leellagsso cruel 1 y that Is carrying war too far Cheerful A CCTtaIA philosopher used t0 than k when he had the gout that It WSthe toothacbd and when Uo had toothache be gave thanks becl1uBO- bo had not both complaints at onto Error of the Types bee speakse 8 d t wrong and It read oat able 11 r Kansas City StarCool S EDIDerdcan tGLa tablcfs steno COI the tabaa sirBoston Trans t117t 1 ARELIEVED HER MIND jMrHelf In the UmdrelIa Matter Yofathersran quIck and catch hIm before his car comsat Stie thrust nn slags Asdeand he roced out utter his father arrIvIng at the car trick barsly la to son h1s ponderous fig tperon stood tGt to n mesa I1P ndbroached BeowBuouBohenumbrella his mother rejoIced You caught him did you sho lantlled Willie shook his fiend I did the next best tbln g smother ho sold I gate It to n to was going downtown to give to him Mrs Terry stared nt film Who was the man she ask llie looked toollsh I Iiont know he said at lust But he looked honest b1he rs people pass wondered who was being slntn That cuCant ft fascinated Where dW you get t7 she ask t1 neighbord you sent It And to DarDumJudicially heIman hut he didntknow that EdlfSariThe Bodies of All of Them Are Com Elhenbeeo1p traveling on the grow nd through the air or swimming leer the water you alter In n most effectodon ed Is n noteworthy fact that there no large flying nnhnalalnr e that to say all animals go It Is true that there Is u great range In the size flying animals from tho minnt- s est up to the condor vulture anti the albatross Out the bodies of those hlrlls ore small not larger than that an ordinary dog and the stretch wings Is only offset ten feet wh their weight la proportion to size reduced by great Internal air sacs ich extend even Into the bones Even when we exumlne the tacord extinct monsters among e U lets some huge creatures ns bIg In body the biggest elephants of today n- ger b reason of their great lizard like tolls we flail no Instances of vcr big flying creatures The extinct gro tiKcl1y the flying reptllescallell plerulluc sUllportCtlbymostl small creaturel not bigger lh e1gles and usually nf less sIze T largest known had nn expanse of wt ghlng eighteen feet from the tip ot one wInS to the tip of the other Gut body was n little timing not bigger than that of n swan This Is the Inr gest pair of wings known nail must remember that In those far ptcrodnctyles und birds the bones are thin walled hollow cylinders fill ed with air so that tlldsd creatures are only onto Udt have n small spe c gratifySir Ray Lankester In don Telegraph The Kat Plant In parts of Abyssinia and Yemen natives use a plant colletd kat CatUa etlulla tho effects ot which are similar to those ot the Peruvian coca Raasant Rede ot the disagreeable features of inary ipcbrlety Messengers and iers are enabled by chewing tbe Rbarhabit the body tends to dry theSge hecollles emaciated and trouble follows the most user nI being n trembling ot the Ilunbs but these cases are rare At times u tOil ious nbsorptfou of bat produces n TIwhenYork 10stTThe Kind of Critter He Wad It was at the C11f Dwellers Chile a literary club And one of the memo s had just made a terrible teems e break about nnotbermade It presence and that ot several other mbers What ought I to do now asked t WlIfRichardson the artist who had hex N WlIr WiandthlsUe8UCCCSB uagazlne The Humortus Nature naw bawl I sea that old Jones has toAnthlngertWhyyea Jones Is an old frIend ot eLondon Scraps onto Imperfect hpTon love me llfea novice eDo n lhen tvoare both yol1a 4- g SpecIal April Tera Acton H C DyaamlGa and Nails 330 655ntAddington A J Services M ntCommJsqloner 600 hby a Ro Team on road 160 Ashby Alvin Same 37E Barnett S T Work IOU Lowe 500 99727b0on ory t 7292 Butler T E Services ns lam 1000 lamy Sherman Team on road 160 nnett D S same i 625 llock J 111 name 300 llock 1V C samv 300 yd J N sills 500 Brown W bi Team on road 900 Drown H E same 3A0 Crowe C M Service os Com 2500 Carter R D Cum for Bridge 600 AluUlIt 4360 IICarter JI D Texan on road 950 Caldwell J A sarno 900 Collins A T cal canto 150 Chlnu John same 150 Clark W A same tOO 300Igsamo 300 Carter Finley same 37 rter 19 S canto 225 Cartel E A same 160 Dean W S Per deem IOO- DumIre Merenntlle Co Ctfht for pauper 1000 sme Nails 395- niel Ira Hnulttig lumber 1500 ke II 0 Team on road 600 600h8Davis John H same 825 Duncan Fllo same 300 ge W R Per diem 900 me Exptenso as Corn 570 V C Team on load 300 Evans D L same tOO Eudnly R E sarno 150- der S T SIDlo 150 Joe wane 375 Flene J W Lumber J200- rlenN W 3I Services Jullor 254iii Fergu nu V R Team on road 150 Feenr r Clots same 00- Fuquil E some 450 Funk e T same CiB France Alonzo sumo L50 Fulton G R Mme 225 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S Per Diem IOO W S C O C C IS921 Coal Co Lumber and C 415 Taylor W D Inquest 1200 Tatwn E D Team our road 600 Tecker Olla same 300 351nwmt J C Coffin far hopauper 1050 lms J H Per Diem 900 300tsame C F sarne 300 E C samo 150 Birth of the Tinplate Intodrat tin plato factory In Franco waedatabllshad In 171i Tin plates first made on II commercial bas Pltlsburgin1 cryonC A STORIA4 r CENTAslmUall IIr Ir a WgWeSlonndtrondQtr htf ProlnoleSDigesti0n eifU- 9l 0PiIInlMolpltincnorNiatralNOTNARCOTIC ncssandltestContalnsneiua i iJiepfmSrrd l kflel tt AraJmf IolaQ1t1Q forCanstipaJ WorntsComulsansFeltrishflessand FasS mnlc Sisnahue or NEW YOfK uatatdee can rtteFo Exact Copy of Wrapper Wang Ohildrn The Kind You Haveit Always Bought Bears the Signatureof It- USe For Over Years ICASTOR1A CCTYOOSNTeq GOOD POSITIONSDraughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges OOOOOOO conditionsDraughons competitors by not accepting morei3ookkeepingwince you 75 per cent of the United States Report DraughonteachesTelegraphywhichDRRUGHONS PRRCI- TICI COLLEGE EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRlrGFIELD MEMPHIS A GENUINE SURETY BOND GUARANTEE PACKED INSIDE EACH ROLL O- FCONGO1 W ROOFINGCoogo u the only ReAdy Roof ing carrying the NAtionAl Surety I Cooa bond It carries with it terms and conditions that make il especially nt- tractivc to anyone who must consider de question For 10 years you can rest easy about your roots it covered with 3ply Congo and we know that it is probable you will get Cecil longer service out of it ll t e For and THC T CTr t Court roofing The Surety Company is iuuing than bonds end backof them is their two million dollars of msers It is a matter of keen satbfaction to us that they were RoofingYouother than giving the roofing ordinal care Write todAY for samples of Congo aod full information Remember thatwbheoeryrollaf Congo you get a genuine Surety Bond ri FORIISVILLE PLANING MILL FORDSVILLE tY COI IMade4ooJboftlingguaranteedor 4 Full Quarts S400 Express Prepaid To Your Nearest AgentaWriteBlanks E S GIBSON WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER 25 W Third tit Box 757 CINCINNATI OHIO t 4 l re r 1 Sr t 1- 1 t of 10 I p n rti f ttrtnOmc UNIONAS OFf t i1 oldsmegttlar Meeting at Court Horse I Sleet Officers and Recommen That Poolers who Reniged be Gone After I Tim Ohio County Union of the A As of E met in regular session at tho court house in Hartford Friday Jan- uaryI 7th 1910 and In tho absenco of President S 1 Stevens nnd Vic Vrrcsldent J RWcllcr the meeting was called to order by Secretary C E Smith On call for nomination for President pro tern D Ford and T ifIBalmaln were nominated Tho Vote resulted in the election of D FordThe rollcall of locals showed sever K represented by delegates Secretary C E Smith reported that ho was en gaged with the Fiscal Court and or Ills request was excused from service during the meeting The election of a Secretary pro tern was taken 111 antI T F Tanner was duly elected Tho reading of the minutes of the October meeting and also of the call meeting was ordered and they were unanimously adopted On motion It was ordered that a resolutions committee be appointed whereupon E C Baird LB Tichenor J R Weller R M Young and T H Balmaln were appointed and at once retired to consider the resolutions Moved that the County Union select n committee of three to wait upon air J F Vickers grader for the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company at Hartford and protest against closing the Hartford Tobacco House next week Tho vote resulted in the loss of the motion On motion of L B Tichenor It was ordered that tho members of the Fi nance Committee present be made a cornmUtHi to walt upon Mr Vickers and protest agnlnst the closing of the Tobacco Warelious next week On motion It was ordered that tho meet lug adjourn until nine oclock tomor row morning The bcdy convened Saturday morn ing at 10 oclock with Pusldtnt S L Stevens III tuft chair Tho resolutions committee reported gad the Secretary was Instructed to ruftd the resolutions which wore read and adopted as follows We your committee on resolutions report nil follows 1st Wo reaffirm our allcglacc to thn principle of tho American So tlcty of Equity 2d Resolved That we endorse the actions and Illolutluns of the Green River Tobacc Apscciiitinn of tho A S of E toM il Hartford January C J910 Srd Wo recommend that each mem ber who pools tobacco or other pro ducts be given a card dating that lie Is entitled it pooling privileges and that ho bn wjuind to produce this Mini when ho dollvers any pooled pro ducts Fur hlT we recommend that no member III allowed to pool any except his own products Wo wulom the following resolu tions from Cromwell District Union tu wit ft Resolved That wo are opposed to anynnn holding office In the So ciety in this county except residents of the county li We urge that all locals be urg ed to pay dues at the beginning of th year4th Resolved That wo mine opposed to allY mUo in our dues at present and our dolegutea to the State Union Lira so instructed 5th Whereas Some members ot the A S of EK have violated their pledges by delivering their tobacco to other titter pledging to tho A S of E Illplaces county therefore be It That the County Union recommend that tho local to which they belong take tho matter up and prosecute them Ctb Resolved That in the stock business experience has proven that to bo successful It Is necessary for the members to support the committee by delivering their stock to the commit tee as promised and we recommend that a stock pledge bo circulated at once and any member who violates liis pledge shall bo excluded from the society E C BAIRD Chmn R M YOUNG Secy Resolution Committee Moved by T F Tanner and seconded by L B Tichenor that all pledges tobacco stock nnd oolbe circu lated by the tame person at the same time Motion carried I On motion it was ordered that the body adjourn until 1130 oclock At 120 oclock tho body recon Merced with President S L Stevens fMoved I presiding by D Ford that this County V pay a bill of JGGO for hotelao4vi- ol V II 1 j i comwodaUons contracted bX delRatei to the Green River District Union A Sef 10 MgMgaicarried- D fc 4of Ford made h1sreporl as Treasur er showing a balance tin hand fro c 1909 of 513945 and collectedibr the present year 113297 The roper was accepted On motion it was ordered that the officers and committees of this Coun tyUnion be required to make quarter ly reports of all money collected bj them On motion It was ordered that oui Treasurer be Instructed to withhold Lilly payment of the National Tobac co Growers Association until furthei noticeOn motion it was ordered that wt proceed with the election of County Union officers by nomination- On motion It was ordered that S L Stevens bo declared reelected Pres ident by acclamation- On motion it was ordered thaW Ford bo elected Vice President On motion it was ordered that C E Smith be reelected Secretary by acclamationOn it was ordered that F L Felix be elected assistant Secre taryOn motion it was ordered that we proceed with the selection of delegates to tho State Union On motion It was ordered that a committee of three be appointed to make nominations of delegates to the State Union whereupon the chair ap pointed E C Baird D Ford mind John Alien who reported sis follows Delegates at large Alney Tichenor S L Steevens Delegates based on membership D E Ward E G Aus tin S F Wallace J L Allen J T Hoagland and Henry Pirtle On motion these were declared the delegates to the State Union On motion it was ordered that we proceed with the election of our stock committee On motion It was ordered that we declare our present stock committee reelectedOn it was ordered that we he allowed to select our own weigh muster to weigh our stock On motion it was ordered that each local be Instructed to select some responsible members to circulate pledges In their territory Moved that tho County Union sr lect six then to reorganize defunct ducal and offer a premium ofyt5 to the one securing the most members The vote resulted in the defeat of the mo UUII o On motion it wins ordered that the County President Vice President and secretary bo Instructed to tako stops to revive defunct locals On motion It WitS ordered that the minutes of this mooting bo given i our county papers for publication On motion It was ordnrcd that wo iuljourn until our next regular meet Ing Friday rod Saturday April 1st and ind 1910S L STEVENS Pies T F TANNER Secy Pro Tem Stops Lameness Much of the chronic lameness in neglectSee not al lowed to go lame Keep Sloans Liniment on hand and appl at the first sign of stiffness Its wonderfully penetrating goes right to the spot relieves the soreness limbers up the joints and makes the muscles elastic and pliant Heres the Proof Mr G T Robert of Kesaca Ga UFU No i Box 4ywritesI low used your Liniment on a horse former iiey and effected a thorough cure Iat so removed a spavin on a mule Thus spavin was as large as a guinea tgg la mjr estimation the test remedy for lameness and soreness i- sSloans Liniment RailsnFU usedIand one Soc bottle of Sloans Liniment alltheand for everything about tho stock Sloans Liniment will killa spavin curb or splint reduce wind puffs and jomtsiandis remedy for fistula sweeney founder and thrush Price 60c and 1-00loek on honvi rattleheep eefreeDr Earl 8 Sloan Borton KM TBA I 111111t iftU 1m a TOALIFACTifiNI To Unite For Gommon Good- of the Farmer t Home Warehouse and A SofE to Combine Interests Meeting to Be Held i At a meeting held in the office of the Home Warehouse association a committee representing tho cla tlon and tho Davieas county A SI of E after discussing the matte from every standpoint decided to make the recommendation ag giver below To the farmers of tho Gneen Rlvei DistrictLooking back at the past reallz Ing tbp great things wo accomplish ed when working as ono organization knowing full well that wq hard ly got under Hcodwuy iwlien dlssen tlona and divisions dlvidpd us and have prevented the realization of the hopes of any of us Therefore with out comment on who was right but thrawingtlio mantle or charity over the past bcllovclng that oyoryuno thought he wag right and that all were wrong to some extant therefore all arc equally guilty of Iho greatest wrong division We believe and rccccmend Ito nil theyI can Society of Equity That each member of the society who does not now own any of the stflckla the Home Warehouse takv ai least ono share of 500 Thatt they proceed at once to reorganize the localunions and prepare to build up the A S of lICklwool I on the fanners the Importance of the i Sibilliltea UI1Il1OU01 Is an absolute wreck whoever trie rlIorganizeyou get a srjuaro deal on all your products Therefore wo earnestly wit all sincerity urge that very fannor In Davloss and surrounding coun ea Li- tthe Green River District wile ur ho be member of Home Wariouse Green River District asseel Ion or tlio A S of E that you conn to the mooting at thin court house Sxurday Jan 15 ready again to hie mo a member of tho A S of E and help elect the officers for the ivulng year We believe that we can assifi you that all who have ever been nit mbem of tho A S of E can again become members by paying up your uual dues F K MOSELEY J T GOOD U N ROBERTSON PRICE BAIRD E SHAW A MERCHANT OF FEZ Description of His Rite and His Igno minious Fall The merchants of Fez are lo be round nil over Morocco In due course All Mahmoud launches out Itch busi ness on n large scull He prospers exceedingly and presently purchases a black female slave to assist Ills wifo in her duties All Mahmoud takes n house in the Medina quarter of Fez overlooking the pleasant olive groves In course of time he buys two snare slaves amid Is fairly set up as a house holderWhen his first daughter Is born there 1s great rejoicing The baby Is Immediately stained all over Its little body With henna and then smeared liberally with butter and wrapped In woolen cloths On the seventh day these are removed and the child Is washed for the first time When the girl has reached her Brat year her head Is shaved leaving a little tuft by which Mohammed could catch her up to heaven If ho were so disposed In her seventh year her hair has grown long again dime Is then veiled and her proud father sots about looking for a husband for her It is still the custom to betroth children from In fancy AH Mahmoud prospers and save fort few domestic troubles his life runs smoothly In the evenings All will fit and smoke In the bosom of his family Ou Thursdays and Saturdays ho visits his friends They pass the trine In simple games of cards pr In listen ing to time weird efforts of itinerant musjclnns Oar merchant gets stout 188 he approacbeg middle age One day world tumbles about him Such Is the uncertainty of fate In Morocco lie was serving 4n his shop when the custojner suddenly raised his voice and cried j outthat ho was getting false Y fn setghtThe1 cu II1GirW te i bi ad All rehet Btly protected hto ia ee It WM an a charge b1iai1el1emefUte merchant who Owe his head with the saying lgielnett Mine aemrita8 found me mad tilerpeBtieqlilr with The knten are called having been bribed previously they find Mahmoud guilty and sentence him to the usual punishment meted out to givers of false weights Ho la dragged to the southern wall of the city to a place where a tall gibbet Is erected By the Irony of fate It Is within sight of his own house A rope Is made fast to big right wrist and hoisted up until his toes can just touch the ground Here he Is left tilt sun set The idlers jeer at him and the gamins of the quarter pelt him with stones and refuse At sundown his friends carry him home a poor bruis ed and senseless body Broken and disgraced thus ended his career as a respectable merchant Morocco Cor London Graphic Oil Bathing 011 bathing Is n regular Institution among tho Hindoos An experienced masseur rubs the oil on nls patrons friends or relatives generally once n week And It Is a fact that moles warts und such faults o4 the surface of time skin are very rare among them The newborn Infant gets tho oil bath dally for forty days The Intervals are then gradually lengthened but ho will bo considered a very naughty boy who during his school days tries to shirk the oil bath at least once n week As a youngster he yells nil the time ho Is being bathed Perhaps It Is good for his lungs Anyhow nobody thinks of finding fault with the nurse for tho hallooing of her charge and generally speaking It may be said that Indians have better lungs mum better pectorals as compared to the body weight thau the Europeans and the feminine bust Is decidedly fuller and more perfect C N Saldanlia in Lan cet How to Carry Books The Philadelphia free library permits patrons to take out six hooks at n time during certain months If you sire not going to wrap those books up let me show you how to iarry them said one of the assistants lit IThenover of one book Inside of a cover of ono she placed on the top of It build lug up a pile of six books In tills nation and the man addressed who wan currying the volumes homo to ilease his wife the reader of the tutu ily found his difficulties were much esiseiicd lblladelpbla Press l Too Much Like Work The happy mother of a seveninouths ld baby whose chief business seems lo be making n noise In the world was mylng her sister a visit and the other evening young Muster hurry aged even years was delegated to care for the baby while his elders were nt hummer Ho lie wheeled It back and forth fmth and back the length of he library giving vent to his Rent menu by singing such to the amuse ment of the family Gee whir Im glad Im free No wedding bells for me Ladles Home Journal An Expensive Production You were very lavish with the nowMtorm In the third act Yes explained the manager I taught that snow when white paper was not so high as It Is nowlnusaar- lty Journal Domestic Note Give the devil Ills due he said Im willing to she snapped but oure in pretty good health and hell javc to wait Atlanta Constitution u Life without liberty is Joyless but Ife without Joy may be great The reatness of life Is sacrllicc Uulda Origin of Yonkers Patroon Van de Donck In the years after 1C42 lived such a serene and robust life on his Hudson river estate that the Dutch villagers called his manor farravDe Jonkheers landt the land later compressed by tho frugal English Into Yonkers Eliminate Him This country has given up shirt sleeve diplomacy and quit electing presidents who wero born In log cab Ins but the man who picks his teeth In public continues to be visible Or a Strong Face Even when a man knows he Isnt handsome he thinks he tins a rather intellectual look Philadelphia Bul letin Good Schooling Harmful After a long study of school chile dren In London tho Medical Record says Dr Harman finds nothing to show that good schooling hurts chil drens oyes How Few Are So Accomplished I In order to git genuine practical results said Uncle Ebon a speaker wants to be mighty accomplished recpgnlzln do occanlpns dot call fob abaoluto 8ll hce r EnvloaurHow n woman does envy a man when when ho struts up the street ou a rainy day with no skirts to draggle Chicago News A yirst Impression That the churches might catca noremcn by putting turnstiles1 attlfel iooreClerelandNewaay VE v W r u HEIffITi Y I INTNE1SVRYS- KIM pi PiIP UIM lli- LtllsllllrsF c MUSTBE DEALT WITH SOME WAY County Unit Local Option Extension Bill the Very First Measure to Be Introduced at This Session Propo sition Launched to Establish aBu reau of Vital Statistics Conserva tion of Forests and Water Supply BY J H STUART Frankfort Ky Special Tho present Kentucky legislature which convened the first Tuesday In January has some very serious propositions to face but the ono that is of tho most concern to a majority of the legisla tors personally is as to whether they shall be paid their 5 per day salary in cash or take It in warrants Issued by the state auditor payable at some uncertain time In tho future There is a deficit In the treasury arid It makes no difference primarily who caused tho deficit the Republi cans or the Democrats the deficit is there and must be dealt with in the best way possible to give relief to the creditors of the state Time only money In the treasury now is In the school fund and the question Is shall tho general expenditure fund borrow enough from the school fund to temporarily pay current expense which Includes the legislators salaries or not The auditor treasurer and two legislative committees are holding conferences over the situation and a report of some sort Is expected this week Of course the deficit can be disposed of by passing a law to Issue bonds enough to pay It off or the tax r s GOVERNOR WILLSON rate may bo Increased for two or more years and thus remove the debt The deficit amounts to some thing like 1000000 and as time or dlnary legislative session not count ing tho appropriations costs th j state about 100000 the deficit will be that much bigger by tho end of tho ses slon unless something Is done It lea critical situation for the state finan dally speaking and each political party is trying to put the other in the hole on time question e The county unit local option exten zion bill was the very first bill Intro duced at this session and It will be pushed vigorously by its friends The county unit law now applies to all counties except those containing cities of the first second thlrtl and fourth classes In other words cities of the first four classes can now vote separately from the county 111 which they arc situated on the liquor ques tion but It the law is extended as Is proposed In tho bill Just Introduced no city will be excepted and the whole population inside the boundary lines of a county must vote as a whole on the question at the same time The law as it now stands has a provision to tho effect that If a county should go wet as a whole yet all that part of the county that had theretofore been dry should re main dry This same extension bill came within an oyelash of passing two years ago It passed tho house almost unanimously and would have passed tho senate had It over come to a vote It took a little piece of the shrewdest parliamentary work over executed In the senate to keep It from reaching a vote and the man who worked It was not a member of the legislature and was not employed by the liquor Interests In any ca pacity whatever Ho was not even asked to exorcise his parliamentary skill but did It at the critical mo mont just because ho wanted to do Ite e e Much speculation Iq being Indulged In as to what will be done with the present state board of control for charitable institutions The board is now known as a bipartlsari one composed of two Democrats and two Republicans but a bill has been In troduced already to do away with this board and create a new one of thret members all of whom are to be elect ed by the legislature which is now in acsslon Of course lf elected by thlb legislature all the members of the board would bo Democrats If the bill should pass it is almost a 4 t- w It jl tl ft ft it t J 4 e i f ty 1 w + Nrtalat7 i1a o r WmM r t- imrsnddivEG It tit iIB thWIN U he skolt41eto the bW It would likely result la the big DemocraUo majorjty Iatlur leglatitre p el tfk varIhli veto astOItb lakeslg ajority tote to do thntiowV e o e Alii tho leli lato are delighted with the splendid flew capitol and are proud of the tact that they are the first ones to occupy the magnificent rooms set apart for the senate and house The building is now complete ly furnished and even experts agree that it is one of the most artistically beautiful buildings on the inside in this country The outside of the structure while handsome does not appear near as well as it will after tho grounds about It are properly graded and the landscape artist com pletes Ills work It Is expected that the present legislature will make a sufficient appropriation to have this landscape work done In another year provided the states finances can be put on a better basis by the assem bled solons so as to permit of an ap propriatlon The furnishings of the building are of the very best and most convenient Each desk of tho legislators has an electric light on It an electric but ton with which to call a page and other conveniences are too numerous to mention The only objection that haw been urged to the building is that It Is too far away from the center of the city the hotels and the depots but they will soon be accustomed to that and will pay no attention to It Senator Oliver of Allen county Is opposed to allowing cigarets to be sold In Kentucky and has Introduced a bill which not only prohibits their sale but prevents the selling or giv- Ing away of elgaret paper or any sub stitute therefor Several attempfs have been made at former sessions to pass such a bill but somehow It was always defeated Senator Oliver will work hard to have this bill push ed through as he thinks cigarets are ruining the health of more boys than any other one thing known e Much adverse comment has been made for many years upon tho fact that the state of Kentucky has no law requiring vital statistics to be kept and now there Is no sort of record except possibly in two or three cities of any births deaths or burials For the past 10 years fre quent attempts have been made to enact such a law but they have always failed for some unknown rea son Senator Donaldson of Carroll has lIntroduced a bill already to establish a bureau of vital statistics the work to be under the supervision of the state board of health A law of this character Is deemed of tho utmost Importance especially In tracing heirs to property As the law now Is It Is almost Impossible to find any record as to births or deaths and this fact has robbed many n widow and orphan of a deserved legacy Senator Claude Thomas of Bourbon believes it Is time for Kentucky to r4 take some Interest In conserving her forests and water supply and to that ond has Introduced a bill appropriat- Ing 20000 for the purpose of paying for the operation of a state board of forestry The bill provides for aboard of seven to be composed of the governor director of state experiment station state forester to be selected and becoming a member of the board after his selection and four other citizens Rules and regulations for the conduct of the business of pro tecting time forests and water supply are Included in the bill which Is a very comprehensive one Mr Thomas will use every endeavor to have the bill become a law as he believes it will not be many years till Kentucky will be entirely denuded of trees unless something Is done to prevent un necessary waste of tho present supply Many years ago the members of the legislature were allowed to give a requisition for almost any amount of stationery and stamps during a legislative session and a number ot members frequently abused the priv liege by ordering enormous quantitiesi of all sorts of line writing material while others would order lots of things like knives boots and other things and call It stationery In the requisition Finally ono member got bold enough to order a fine riding saddle and actually took It home isihis trunijl the state paying for it un der the head of stationery This was time last straw that broke the camels back The saddle episode got noised about and tho next legislature passed a law that each member should be entitled to only 20 with which to pay for stationery and that is tho law now except a chairman of a committee is allowed 5 extra This c cuts out saddles and Jewelry and knives S e Judge Edward C ORear states ho Is not a candjdato for the Republican nomination for governor While he considers tho honor that would attach to the nomination for this high office ourtltrla tering tlio arena o practical politics lor becoming Involved In the charac of a political contest which as coptanco Of a nomination for governor would mean Judge said The field of political activity has no charms for mo I much prefer to go along In my present course without regard for politics or policies A Judge should hove no politics and HO TIa- uestlon from the outside should ale brought into the everyday life of Ida lutlea j 1 M s rr 1 r a