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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f frcttxttfrb ltqublican YearrVOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JANUARY 28 191o Nit 28 PUBLIC lANDTO Senator Carter Finds Way To Protect Water Power j Senator Root Will Represent United States as Special Counsel Washington D C Jan 22Sena tor Carter of Montana ht draft I bill to authorize the t9suanco to th- etatos of pratents for public land which are chtcfly valuable for the development of water lrower Th- moasura Ig an outgrowth of the di- cuaionson ILt he recent conferenco o Governors llela In Vashhigtori find 1 nlmed to meet the domnnds of +thoos who Insist that tho states and no- tho general government hall assum- control of this phaso or the conler- VUtlon problem Mr Carter Is one of tho d Tong men In Congress an nblo debater and an expcrleneed kgtsla tor As chaIrman of tho Comnilttco on IrrIgatIon ho mode n careful lnd- oxhaustlve Inquiry last year of the public domain In the west and Ito Is regarded ns being well equipped to- dlscugg and defend Ms measure t give the states control of the dt- velopmcnt of wJIer power Tho Carter bill differs fundamentally from that dd by the SNro tart of the InterJorwlth the approval of tho PresIdent and latrcduccd by Senator Nelson The Nelson bill pro vides that tho government Shall re talc ttlo to all power sites on he public domain granting only eaC menus thereon and In suet way1J to prevent t1ieir union for purposes of monopoly with otter sites The rIght of uro Is limited tb forty yours with means for determining 11 graduated rental and with pruvlalons for fixing tho tennis ot renewal It Is prcgtoscd In the Carter bill that tho Federal government hull glvo these lairds outright to tho State which would thereafter handle fwd control them for power development The bill provide also that the c4notOl shall never alienate the toe simple title to the land and shill tote1ve the right to fIx the ronhtl rates bus ed on capacity for power drJelop- lUent The state Is also to regulato the price to lie charged for the electric current generated by thE water powerIt apparent that n great battle will ho fought out In Congress before the questIon of the rights of- tho states and the federal governmen- trospeetng water power control li finally settled ThIs problem has given the National Waterwys Commission more trouble than all the other ques tions that have arIsen beforo that ComnilS2lol1 It Is entirely possible that some of the Senators from the great land hilttSof the far west will lIno up with the Southern emoorn13 on thIs quoiJdon on the ground that an effort Js beIng made by the general government to take away rights granted the Statch in tho ConstlutlonJj11hore are few walters at Rolla Missouri where ReprasonU tivo Murphy makes his home But In Noshing ton whcro Mr Murphy takes his meals In tho winter time the waiter Is very much In evidence Mr Murphy hos Introduced an anti tlpping hill but his measure Is not Tho Mizsourl IICouplCmaIn the District of Columbia It pro 1tiPJew tips tobo nocopUd Tlhe penal ty provided Is n flueranging from 5 to 50 In vlewof tho agitator tQt roductfan lit the cost of living Mr Murphy thinks his measure ought to provo very Popular among those who havoto p tronlzrIj6iurants and E l1ol 8- 1hero are signs of h wld6f1Pread and vigorous campaign against ho- propiosod legtlslation to Increase the W postage rates on rpagilzlneswlth n view to wiping Ul the deficit In magazines have already begun to- sent out clrculars to their Rdvortts- em and subscribers denouncing tho clrcnlarslhaveCongress and a greater number of letters torn OO 1tllu tab BE d on I 1 J these circular have come to the Co- mitltco m on 1oslofficeottnd Post Roatls Hearings on the proposed leglslatlon will begin January 2G and It Is ex that n number cl the had Ing magazines will sand represonta tlves to Washington to enter nn emphatic protect at that time Arrangements have linen mad by the War Department for tllO man euvers to be held In various parts of the country during the coming sum flier It Is expected titt Congress null I applUprhdo 1350000 for these main maneuvers ht which the regular force and the state militia participate An allotment will be made Qf JriOOOO for coast defense exercises to be held at forts along the coast In tho neighborhood of the big cities and In militiaethe regular forces and the stair mlll- Ua prartlclpte An allotment will bo mado of 350000 for coast defense alongfthean r participateoa has hitherto bran engaged to then exercises The Department Is convinced that the gaithering together In Joint practice of state and regular soldIers works a great benefit to both classes of soldiers Senator Rock has accepted an np- polntl1lenL tu represent the United highely Important arbitration proceedIngs whIch are to defiuo the meaning of the provisions of the treaty of 1818 with regard to tho Now foundiand fish cries lie took upon himself this onel ors anti exacting duty at tho urgent request of Pro ldeut Tuft and SrerC tarry Knox who aro convinced thatbo cause of the inipn iUiit part ptayod by Mr Root M Saoretarv of State In the negotiatlons prolfminnry to the nrhltratan It would ho inrpos9iblo- to secure moro competent counsel Birthday Party Mrs Ellen arnltt of Livermore WM gIven Ii dinner patty by her friends and relatives on Tuesday January 4 In celebration of the seVCIItyninth anniversary of her birthday She also received 11111 beautiful gifts The following lucre present nt the dinner Mr and Mrs Virgil Stevens und son Arfou of ngluwcod Col Mrs Ellcr Barnott Mr and Mrs M S llarnett Mr nil MrJ John idndsoy- Vo tla TJchelNI und wife Mrs Watts Mrs llattlo Rowan and daughter Annie Laurie Mt9 Lucy Cooper Dr R I Font wife motll1 and sons Edward and Louis 115i Mattio Payne Mr and Mrs Robert IonInlthMrs Ohio Nalley Misses LmC1 BalI nEt Eva Lindsay Flora Payne and Edith TIchenor Death of Mrs Bell Hall On the evening of Jan 22nd the winged messenger of death made its way to the snow crowned earth and claimed the spirit of Aprs Hollo Hall wlCo of Lonnlo Hallof Jingo Ky niter a Whorl lllnes pf pnemnou + n She leaves n husband one son AIII aged 12 years end her father Hall Magan Ky aged 81 years and a largo circle of friends to mourn her loss- Tho remains were laid to rest 00- 6h10 her children Clydo nlld H1ttyo- S who died several years ago Mrs Hall was a good christian and to earnest church worker and will bo sadly mlSCcd In her church and os Jnlly la her pleasant home To Mr and son Is extended the heart felt sympathy ot all who know thom ay they find n solace In Gods 100 Ii eraIAmerican Society of quits Elect Officers Calhoun Ky Jan 2GThe Mc Lean County Unton of the AS of met lit Calhoun anll olootpd of Meers as follows S Do Robertson president WE I11bUvtoo president JW Qnf9t socre4ary treasurer j Hlpsley county orglllzor W P Stevens asstant orgitnlzor W L Bibb business agent and Roy W T Qa1lanPay chaplinpT CQunty union instructed that each local elect a bunincs alter sofa that the Executive Comrnittcr- iii ea6hmspisterSal dlstrct roorganizr the locals Various cammittFer were uppolnt d and tesolutton t adoptedN y MUST ENCLOSE POSTAGE PENNIES Post Office Department ProhibitS Placing Loose Money In Boxes Postmaster 3t L4Heaverhl hl8 nvelvcd the following letter from the PoStoffico Department nt Washing ton with reference to the lractlco of placing lore coins in mail boxes which will be of nteres to many of our readers In view of the extent to which tho ptnctlco of placing loose coins 11- boxes by rural patrons has krownand the hardship imposed on rural car rlers incident thereto you are informed that commencing February 15 proximo rural lettol carriers wit not be cqulcd to collect loose coda a front rural mall boxes Patrons should enclcso In an en- VClalsc wrap them securely lu a piece of paper or delosit then iu- coinholding u receptacle so they elll- bo easily and quickly taken from boxes and carritrn will be require d to lilt such coins and where ac- conlpanled by mall for dispatch at tack the requisite stamps This should bo promptly aUJouJcC1CI to the rural patrons through wliat ever means you may employ without expense to the Depatdmeu and you I are at liberty 1u give the htfot mu- tion embodied horen to your local papers for publication If hey so- destro Itrtpectftdly r D GnAW Foiltth- Asuistttnt Postnaifer General Acreage and Pooling Pledges Issued Acrcogo and pooling pledges tar the 1910 crop of tobacco hove jU1t been Issued and mailed out to the various locals The pllillge ore not much illfCcrenrJ from tJJmo of lust year They ure as follows ACREAGE PI4EDGF We the undersigned members of the AmeilcauSociety or Equity tlerp by pledge our honor that we will not plant nor have planted more than 10000 llills of tobacco ii tIle HllleI nor moro thlll1 5000 to thu half lined Every porstsn who was sixteen years old on or before JIII I lJtO shall ha counted a hand and thtle who will be twelve years old but lses than sixteen shall be courted It half hand This npple9strlctly to tluno wino work In the tobacco It Is al91 agreed that anyone who fails or refutes to- abidu by thIs limit ho denied the privilege of pooling tlu1rtobacco POOLING PLEDGE Ye the undersigned tobacco growers members of the Amorican Socie ty of Equity for and In consideration of the benefits to ho deprived from cooperative selling hereby pledge our entire 1910 crops of tobacco or amount and kind set opposko our names to tho Finance Committee of Ohio County A S of E who shall have the solo right to sell tame and have It delivered to the parties Ileslg- nnwd1 It being underscod that the Committee shall arrange to have his tobacco delivered utrthe mast COI- 1venlcnl point where enough tobacco can be secured to Justify n sale It la further understood that the trout of selling and grading till tobacco shall not excestl one cent of the selling price This plellge shall stare July I 1910 and no ono will be permitted to slg niter that datOoI School Closing McHonry school closrt Friday Jan 21st The weather was very InC1em- ent nevertheless there was motto n crowd of vlattors and pupils present Tho program consIsted ot songs reel ration and compositions by the pupil and talks by the trust and teach ers A very liberal trout of oranges to pupllll and visitors Those ro ccivirlg prizes for highest standing In thor Irades are as follows Ray Rocker RubY Kern1lonn lLIm I III1oxOnly onoglrlrocolvoo n tits to po tact attendance Grace Jehnoon The teachers were very sorry to leave the wIth whom they haw labored during the prtat six months and front the totrs shad by tho pvlltls the iorrow appeared nn4uaa The tcacl1er- srmlylng khe conr laUoniand fond 1 he ilielrpupiswith many lttle tokens of roinomlreranre L M DISTRICT ATTORNEY o fiDES ToTIIaTCIIE- Bradleys R Right Hand Mar Has Been Selected 1Va51bbiglon Jan 241 H Thatcl- er of Louisville has Leon dtclded nil by the hushicclt to succeed Geo Duo Rollo as Unlkd States Httrlct at- ltorncO for the Western district or Kentucky Mr Thatcher Is at present state tn spector alld examiner for Kentucky He h Sanator DrmlhJYs lltht hand nrn It was Mr ThntehI who handled tile legislative races In KlII tur ey In 1901 Mr Air Bradley and ho- succeedcl In having nearly all the B- nubllcaus elected Instructed by tile It Ropubifean oonE1Uuent in ndvau of the convening of the general as sombl ill vac for Bradley for l- B f Sep e Air Thatcher 1s orlglllllll from But lei county Ky and wont to FIunk tort durhlg the llrac1I y aclmlnlbtra- tlOll Itl while Ym Taylor al1lrh1I Butler county clrJzclI was ltornJy general Acting Gov Cox Pardons Bert Skagsr ur yr- 0f it 1118119 IICo le onllllsh to oI119 a ruivet In the pr iillaiu- pon rrn icann eVru rhr tim e- iwtly tlrrt Actlllg tier Cox k8I- mlllnl1 II hurt Sktgglu negro IIr Olio eunly Slcngglj hair actually setv ed tw II yfour ycnrs and two Iollths anti J4 Cox thinks thus I s pnntuli meat ringh Skagwas SII to tilt psendte- ntlary retllCH aryl the lthl Umo war jVr n Iita Aontrnce wader tho habitual erhndunl act ISMALLHOUS TIII tjlhs Alonzo IlIlIco is qlllOI- tI k ut her hmte UI here Iir J Drake fell few this ago from his bare loft aud IM not abl to be out Mr George Beurct Pmllkllu La- Is lie guest of hula 1I111t refs Mr satI Mr James Bnlluet Mrs Robert hunters hand whIch W badly bursts Chltatll1IM iP almost well again shirr Yordot FullmrllOlI huts r4uuuu- nl tram 1IopkinsvlhIs whet trills 1110 I bra for mudre1 areanie- Lttlo Mrs Ethel Boone Is 1111 h- iik e list yll s Mary Manus Ilartfat i err- trsuglh lIere en routs for Ilowli- nGrrn g to atoad schoel Mr John Ilayden of near the Mam- nuiutlt cave vIsited In this vicrl- ty front Friday until Tuesday Mrs lIarrit IuIlCriOn Is vlllllting h now grandson at Central City who is the son of Ah and Mrs Mur I y loulkelson Mr Bunger who is living on M Louis Geigers farm hUt n chip on the sIck lllt- UttlCl Bertha France who hiss itru- on ui sick list is about well again- Mr O W Ovorhuls wJ11 take charge of tho new Equity stow at Kronos Station whIch will soon ho- cllI1pfotccl Mr Joe Taman Is plasering the n wdwelllng of Mr harry lrown at lirnno8 airs Ida Brown nud Ca11I1 trout pa icaiIs the guez ot Mr Jamctx WHh lowland faintly OLATON Jan 2Rev Norman IlobNon- llrji hoo at the Baptist church Saturday Sunday and Sunday night Ito- wass assisted by the Rev McMllllau The sermons were Interesting and heard by I largo und attentive audience Mr lIumo Pnyton was the guest of his brotherInlaw Mr Jesse flyers ueaiFrledaland Saturday Mri Crlt Truman Was hero from FordSvlUe several days last wook the- guestlot Mr Ernest W Truman and PWllsol1 Mrs Annie Daniel left for Island Ky Friday where stile will visit Mr Jnganlel Smith gave n Pterasant cn- rntnmunt nt their home near town trolieday nlgtt a Rona Owens is tt do toisido idr slater MISS CUlT Mitchell iL- to sbu rv- Mackb1lin Ferguson wIle and r three children or La Kemp Okht who spent last week the guosts 01 JainAirsl Allen left Saturday for rlotlrlnnt to visit Mrs Fergusous aunt Mrs Sarah Ann Park Airs Mellla Hall Is clangfTously 111 of la grippe and pneumonia at the home of her soninlaw Mr John F Allen Mrs Nellie HIII and daughter 3flrn- Jeasle have not returned to their hams at Clifton Mills on accent oC the serious Illness of the farmers llothellnhlw Mrs fchlna Hall It II reported that Mr W B Mc DanIel has purchaxd Air George W Wllsolls raim near town and that Mr- Vllson will nova to Tenncssse Mr Wilson Is II good cltizcn UIIIl one trf our earnest church cautions mid Olaton will by carry to tlr WIltOl1- allli family to leave Mrs James Hal Is visiting this- a week In Bonner Dam lcHenry and Taylor Mines coRov and Mrs F J1 Farris Mss Ailce Murphy Airs Jane Payton Roy Uobemol1 and lllO George Wilson called Saturday nCttlnoon to see Mrs Sslvlna Ilullwhn is quite tIck Misses Otlm aril Naca r nacrsmr rind Miss Garnette Felix spent Suit natl and Sunday 1110 goer of their friend IllS JICIlu McDaniel In the country It Is saId that Mr TiJ I Smith will purcliit o a town la on thl North side of Maiii l1rcTc If all hI prowent plans me crell iofl Olnu with In twelve mon hK It will be iC ClolIlbh- u lug village rf 200 11 l11I1jon FOR TilE BUSY READ- ERs ot tin PUlml1 libel salt brought by the Government sgalnv the Press rnblt0iing Company pub lieherai vf tiro New YCIIk WThl was tllSI1IIKSd 11b the United SAtws Circuit Court In New Turk Tnesdsy- A fourth of France It Is estlmtP- el II under orator Snow nucl rain are adding to the fiends which ore tin precetlentd In the history uC the present gfllorutJon Till SoJlnu con tlnuEIl to rise uud the sltllJtlon hi Paris grows 011Ie hUIIly 55T- lui lIlt of the fhlrley OhAc Society ualnt certaIn fudepeudilbt- ntuuufuehmets In various parts QC the lCllllltry for retuenl la tale over 111111i pas rap shcrca or nUIi y tohllcco IlIr- cllluoci at tViuahoeter WItJ called for trial tlnete llWidcy anti lK8tllUfleclI until 5ahnr lay The tllll1llJ of the offeiais ofTile AlllflloUI Fetcraton of Labor I 10 the Supreme Cou1t cf tha tnlttl Stator growing otii of the Hilt of the Buck Stove mill Ratge Conhpnny against tholll in ho iIstret of Columbia court and set for hchriug ort the flls1 Tuesday In the term beginning next October Callers at the Whlo house who have sounded the Praddent as to his attitude toward the prosecution of the 1socalled trusts report that n goard less of whether tho proposed voluntary A151enll corporation law is paused- or tint the Adtnlnlstratlun Is pro paring to put into effect II vgorousi- loh1cy of dtulitg with the big combinations 0 ROSINE Tan 2tjlls 1311 hall died at her Inane lit Jingo the 22nd 1b+ r re maIns were Iicl to rest III the Pu sIne cemetary on the 21th Mss Clara and Lilllu Johnson visited Mrs Jane Vance and Al Lula Kuykcndoll lat Tuesday Mrs AnnIe gzcll and daughter Stella ot Render visIted Mrtt Iula- Nimmo Monday afternoon Little Mlle Stella McDaniel line re turned to her homo here after visit- Ing her father at Fordsvlue for tho past month They have changed the Chrltlan church at this place It Is changed to the church of Christ Wo havo II new black mllll in our little town Mr Toni Smith of Spring Lick Mr Bob Cuibertton and runlJ vial c4 aunt Patsy Kuykendoll hart Sun day Mr George Wl160n and Mr Jollll Brownd visited Taut duties last Saturday Mr Jack Brown has purchased a now organ Ghnrllo Johnson and AI6nzo Craig hitne rented theRoslue mill for Chi- year I H UNfi JURY IN l I ANDERSON CASES Stood Seven For Convictioi For Acquittal iFive Another Trial for Next MayI Will Probably Never be Convicted IIcnders Ky Jan 25Ionight T S Anderson former president of the defunct Davttev County Bank and Trust company at Owensloro an In- stitutIon lie Is charged with wrck- lng r speeding on hl way to Ten ne too the trial lasting three days havhig tosultcd la a hung jury Sev en of the jurors votrvl that the former hanker was guilty of the chargr of swearing to a false btattment of the conditloih of the bank hut five of thorn held out mill t oclock thJJ afternoon for his acquittal At that time the Jury lIp1lfJarlcd In court and tune foreman IlIIloulloecl that they yore hopelessly hung lL wav- tlieu that they were dlsehargciJ by Speehl Judge Dorsry The age of the dcndant and his gray hnts wall for hint the nynu- pathy of five of the jurors It ho thought All durikg tho trial tliu age of the defendant t hreught- befors lie Jury by big aanuel anal is the argument hula gray hl5 tint- devoted wHo cad daughter who were present In the court room were till suhmeetw of many word pletllleg- A leaf tilt fortmtau of the Jury reported to the ourt that thy IlJd not lInt to bo dischargedas lit thought nn agretnent could he- rel1chod It t undeistocd that nt that time the Jurors Mtocd six for t com vfctioH and six fur an aequiutal In the atertroau one of those favoring air Acquittal ail won over hy thctie- hnldlug out for U Iorwlctloll 1w ever the other rive vosng for sit a- IlultLaI remaned firm nlllll sneceedel- In causlllg a ndstrlah When the jury urns eltlChnrtd ledge Dorsey set till rasa tar May 11 at the next tam of the Hender son clrcul anus Mr Anderor wav- rctluired to execute a new bfllllT which lw tJld wlh F A In It nr- telae of Owensiwrn sail C V- Crltcher Of Iimlenon art vr Ls- Intl hue wm rekaaeeul from cilsudr NO VlUtY MUCIi SlUPHlfD There is riot very much surprise ereatctl III Owcnsb ro over the ItS trial In thi Anderson case In 1kniriI- On It will lie reunenibercch tla thu- tlrst trial cf James Ii Pnrltil ac- llaweevihie reeulted In n hung jury fwd ho urns convicted on the 1KIOtl trOll CUl1Imonwaeltbj Attorney Bar- D Rlugo and County Attorney C M- Finn v ty that the next trial of Mi Anderson will he llUlhecl with JV n store vigor than the one just ended DUFOR0 Jan 253U and Mrs Fred CtnIll lon and little Eon tit of 1Vlilttn- villo are visiting tier piunts Mr and I1It J n Holbrook this week Mra Sarah lung who hoe heel sielc- su long filed the 18th anti was burled at the Elm WrtOll cemetery the 20th aged i1 yours Mr Sam Itlioads baby who has th lIptherJ ts getting along nicely Mrs T D Holbrook whu hasljcJ confined to her bell so long with stomach trouble 18 nu better Mr John humlet who hits been con rlned to his room for OOIDC time with white swelling Is slowly till proving Prayer meeting at thIs place is progressing nIcely and we have all evergreen Sunday reboot and very good attendance owIng to the inehe- ment weather Subject tlf lesson for Sunday Is True D1esrcl1nes Motto text Blessed are tIle pure In heart for they shall see God what mare could we ask Mts John King was the guest of Ilrf Seth Riley Tuesday Mrs lIugh Richardson visited liar parents Saturday Mr and Mrs R d Kirk Mr Johnl- iking Mr Roscee Holbrook and Mr R C IIutison uttendfCl tlra sale of Ilr R I Paris Saturday Mr and Mre Mlrt Kirk wan it Du ford Tucstlay shnpinp SucCei to Tllo Rugtublllan h a r r I y1v r t + c- A Yi- V 4 S I i tilrfairraArril l r- r BRADLEY GREAT SPEEC Defends Kentucky Again Newspaper Slander r Says Farmers Organization i the Only Effort to Defeat the Trust Washington D C Jan 19Repl ing from tho floor of the Senate t a recccntly published newspaper nft cle on night riding In Kentucky It causes and results Senator Bradley of that State today uttered vigo- sus protest against what he declare was the injustice and the falsity o the story Ho took exception to the assertlo In the article that conditions in Ken tacky today are as lamentable as h himself acknowledged in his speecte they were in 1907 and during a ot 190S During that period he said hi bad denounced the disgraceful con ditlous and there ib no Kcntucklai who loves his State he added wh has condoned them The Inspiration of the article h declared is cuslly discovered Bu t a short time ago the socalled lade pendent tobacco buyers met In this city their purpose being to reliev- themselves of legislation passed at tho last session of Congress and the whole object of the attiUK is to preju dice the mind of Congress of the President and the Department of Justice against the tobacco societies of Kentucky In order that the so cnllcd Indeppudiuus Hurl ihtlr allloi way cause whether justly or not proceedings to bo inaugurated by the Government against those societies under the Sherman antimitt law After giving some history of the vents leading to the passage by the Kentucky IgJilatuiv of the s aiuie lowing the farmers to pool their Top Mr Bradley asserted that the runts and not the night riders sire responsible for nil the crimes com mlttd whlijn tho borders of the State- Ii connection with tho tobacco troubles The truth of history however deI maud that the catucs which led up to- thno condltkiM should bo made equal y publC as tho ontrnges now so iciuuBly donouuoed by this Washing ton newspaper Before the advent of tilt great to iucco trust aid Uegiu jmrchalrrs tile armor had onjoyod a good market is tbaeoochore wore various fOll n diP Sute to which be could ml find a large number of coiiipdiivu jiddors nut step by stop the trust aci f aired by jitirchaKo or freezing out I uranufacturIinbvntKlly no purcluibor could be found ave tho reproftenUitlvos of foreign KOV nuntns and the trust Bremen had been to that tithe i gKjd market abroad but our farm rrs flipping to that point on nrrlvnl nand Mio trust wltli its mlll11I8hllll urcixlil there aDd was offoring to bacco for IMS than the COlt of raising Hnd curing This market having bruit closed to tniw iMitTcd into a combination with the Hegrb puvcliawre anti Ken tacky Wits allotwl Into dhtrlots even by sUvaniB and roads so that each tits given absolute control of a imriicuhir territory and till of them laving ugiwil on a fixed pco it- reiultcd that oho farnior was com nilled t i sell Ilk many ntI1I1C1I for h as thiiii the Gist of production and in ov ry instance nt a lo te In till1 wny not oily were the fare rn nialcrtally Injured rod In many races liankruptcd but tens of thou i uids r f Inborcr wnong 4liwm wore xnipellfd to work for a pittance roilY womwi ml child 14 wero compelled to work for ii pittance mid poverty and want spread their dark wings over tho State I will stdi to Inquire where was this Washington power then It had no word of condumnntlon for the pow fill agencies that wens grinding out the lives of a free people The farmers In bankruptcy the laborers with their wives und children In poverty and rags almost without bread and shiver ing in the wiutry blasts failed to awoken its sympathy or elicit Us con damnation of wrong Tho sword that IK now KO gallant ly draws to defend tho nocallrd In dependents then rested in Its KCh1 bord tho bitterness and sllriio that it now pours out like sonny vials of wrath were by reason of being so long pentup they have reached their present polronnus condition When these terrible comlltlhns de veloped glib Kentucky Armors sot thcmsolvcS to work to evolve some plan whIch would release them from 4 iii tc E P BARNES fJ BROS BEAVER DAM KY PROFIT SHARING CLOSES SALE I s Saturday Jan nary 29 1910 f New Bargains Added Daily 1 r- vfi it Wi b I s crushing folds of the serpent The Kentucky Legislature cnaflI ttrpool their crops in other words to f place them In the hands of agent chosen from among themselves to hoi 1 until their tormentors forced to have their toboco In order to carry one their business would give a resona ble price This of course Involved delay and consequent loss but nothing like so much its resulted from existing con ditions t For doing this this paper arraigns 1go nored tho Constitution 1 stand here mienewho by passing such a law gave to their constituents protectini to their property guaranteed by the hill of hearteand soul of Kentuckys Constitution After this legislation the question of the constitutionality of the law was raised and tile Kentucky Court of Appeals which the paper now false ly charges as belonging to and own ed by tho societies held the law constitutional Tho Kentucky Court of Appeals then and now in point of tegul attainments exalted InIJfirUy mid true American manhood was and te the peer of any Smut court in the nation The poisoned arrows of tills paper leave no mark UIXHI their armor hut fall broken stint harmless at their feet Work 24 Hours a Day The busiest little things ever made are Dr Kings Now life Pills Every pill lea sugarcoated globule of health that changes weakness into trongtli languor Into energy brain fag Into mental power curing Con atipntlon Headache Chills Dyspepsia iuln ilti iria 25c at all druggists Did Good Work Early At 29 Scipio gained the battle of Pana and James Watts thu Industries of tho revolutionizedI steam the most tho progress of mankind It was at this age 29 that Shelley died after on riching tho world of literature with his unrivaled poetry OUICK i SLaGrtppeiedicine Guaranteed cure Colds mut in 24 hours Hbndache and Neuralgia in 30 minutes At druggist or by inaiL J C MendenhalllffedlcIneC Cofwoantuetxd Bismarcks Drink Capacity Bismarck Is credited with drinking one gallon of French brady in a ono night BcsHlon BIsmarck claimed that so long as alcohol wasted Its effects upon the brain In keeping up sprlstly thought and conversation It had little effect on the rest of the system A Frightful WreckIOf train automobile or bussy may cause cuts bruiser abmslons sprains or wounds that demand Bucklona Arnlcu Salve earths greatost healer Quick relief pod prompt euro results For burns boils sores ot ull klnda eczema chapped hands and lips sore eyes or corns Its supreme Surest pill Lure 25c ut all druggists Trustless Folks dat trusts in lovo at fust sight said Uncle Eben Is terrible apt to finish by not beln able to see each other wit a spyglass- Presentation Speech Madame accept these flowers as an emblem of my eternal affections they are artificial flowers and will last forcvcrLlfe- Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORiA In Memory of E V Phipps The voice of honor cannot add luster to hh lift of human excellency lived on tho high plains of chrht lain theIhighesttruth lint tendered tho cup of sal vation without price to tho lips of a falling world amid tho golden sun sob of a wide spent life The end came tho golden link that unites dust to deity was severed Lo Just a atop nnd hlacplrlt enters tho higher plain where nature assumes a I higher air and speaks in cublimor words the wonder of dloty Bible closed voice hushed clta- iracwtd pullplt filled at his oil home His head lies pillowed on mother earth beneath a little Jiiouno that overlooks the beautiful and overwinding stream of ROugh river Now ho sleeps in his grave he lives in lender and grateful rcmem borance and his example appeals to our manhood and conscience Un altered and untouched lot his life and example be handed down the waves of time until the last wave dashes Its white spray against the end of time His friendP R couaHVrfUlClYNE Quickest and best furcoaghsG- UJRANrUKD Sold by druggists Mark by L C MendcBfialliMedlckse Ct ItldThe Real Uplift Most of the farmers uplifting which counts comes from the hauling he does for himself Washington Post Seldom Used The average skinflints mantle ol charity is considerably oath eaten from banging in a closet so long Loss That Might Be Avoided According to governmentreport 2000000 cattle every year to this country from disease expooure nnd neglect CASTORfAFor Tfia Kind You Hara Always BoBglit Bears the- EtgnaturaoL An Empress and Hr Tea The late empress dowager of China was a great epicure In regard to her tea To odd to the flavor she used a curious Jour mixture equal parts of dried jasimlno and honeysuckle The honey in tho flowers sweetened the tea ever so slightly and the blooms gavo it a pungent tastx which the empress liked The first leaves of the great plantations in China are always reserved for tho imperial use Napoleons Grit was ol the niMonqucrable nnvcraay lie kind the kind that you need most when you have a bad coltnnugli or lung disease SIVPIOSO troches cough syrups cod liver oil or doc tom have all failed dont lose heart or hotly Take DC Kings New Dip sovery Satisfaction Li guaranteed when used for any throat or lung trouble It has saved thousands of lOflBless sufferers It masters stsb- btmt cows obstinate coughs hem irhages la griype croup Mtlima baj lever and whooping cough and I the hoot Bftfc and certain remedy for all bronchial affections BOc 100 Trlal bottle free at all druggists Musical Comedy Tbe Author to tho leading lady Bxcasc me but last night you played the third net first I dont think anyone noticed It but it shows n want ot system eh what Illustrated Bits Stops the Cough hials tike Lungs QUICKSCOUOII If not better then any other money back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO EVANSVIUB w r Pleasure netsbandflipping out pleasure on every side through the air to everyone far and near that can listen Henry Ward Becchcr frot Chlldron Cry s FOR FLETCHERS f CASTORIAtDeath Three persons died yesterday vat Marseilles after having been stung by poisonous files Several streets are Infested by the Insects which are said to have been brought to Mar seilles in a cargo of South American woolEcho de ParisI ff Cntia renCrY t FOR FLETCHERSt CASTORIA y TTMNSFpA i TIINIfTBE EEL f I jfow the Larval Formi Was Dis covred Migration to Sea sates centuries of mystery the natural history of the eel has beet clearly determined As soon as thE- e l becomes sexually mature It leaves the fresh water and travels long distances In the sea To accomplish thifc those who have lived In isdlaited ponds Und cross the fields till they reach a stream The old eels neVer imr moosenumbensofelversoryoungeelsan Tho history between remained a blank Yet tho larval form of the eel was known as long ago as 17G3 when a curious little fish about four inches long was discovered on the coast of Wales It had a small head antttrans parent ribbon shaped body From the former peculiarity it received the name of leptocephalus Other species wero found and they were thought to represent a now genius of fishes In 1851 however Prof Cams of LeipzlgjsuRgestod that these might be the larval forms of other fish And lulS64 Gill canto to ithe conclusion that they were tho larval form of eels While In 188G M Yves Delage observed the transformation ot the cptocophalus Into a young conger eelIt would appear that eels front our rivers may go to spawn beyond the 500 faithom line to the west of Ire land or to the Bay of Biscay To reach those siiawnlng grounds the eel from our cart coast rivers pass through the English Channel The chUnge ot the ribbonlike leptncrpa fun Into the perfect eel is accom pUshed by a considerable decrease in size It Is found that the larval form loses 77 per cent of its weight Lh the transformation and during tbeaoursc of the metamorphosis which kvsls efelit or nine months it takes no fjod wiiUtivcr Knokledge a To care Laflrlppe sad Colds in 24 boars take afnippeaII year druiclstiots rat keep them send 25c ti J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Evn viiieind and get them post paid Guara- nteedWrLDOUGIAS 35a4SHOESDDYSSHOES RETP1LEROFSUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES thPItStuperlortoall other ll Kcr do shoenlnttylik comfortanddurabllltt w Q JONES UUcNVIfyesbowboldtheirare of greater vnlhe than any ctihar make U et tWTIONMottatWInougiaiirytmearaprteo Jl1oultulIOTIte FOR SALE 3Y CARSON COMPANY JzcoaroaArapl HnrUord KorUwoUy GRAPHIC WESTERN KENT eJw 80UtyaraaIiaktke weakest organ If there is weakness of stonnefa llver orlwfX ttre Is weak link in the chalisof life which may snap at onrtfffle Often tkit eaca11G- 1MtvrahnessIs cause dI by lack 01 nutrition the result ofwnlteeeiorduemeo- rtf tire stomach and other organs pi digestion and Dhetsesand tweaknesses of the stomachand its allied organs ore cured By tho UllIoIDrjtfPierre Golden Medical DIscovery When the weak ot Infou remote frorqtbe stomach hnhl I enfell dsenses o of crorgans- hays w w their origin 1J1l1di erased condition of tho stomach stud other organs of digestion and nutrition are cured also The strong man has strong stomactti Tako too above recommended Dlscov try and you may hove a steoa stoat I act and atron body GivnrAwAY Dr Pierced COMmonSense Medical AxHiicr new revised Edition is sent free on receipt of stamps t6 pay expense of stalling only Send 21 onecent stamps for tho book in paper covers or 31 stamps or the clothbound volume Address Dr ltV Tierce Buffalo N Y kaNdtith CM1eof b9- l I edy- nn r ta a f h l a a COME AND GO WITH US I ONiA GRAND FRES MEDITERRANEAN TOUR i We ore going to send twenty young women be tween the ages of 16 and 50 whiteof goods character on a two months tour to tho Mediterranean The Azores Madeira Gibraltar Morocco Southern France and Italy We will pay all expensesof ever-ykind for a thorough enjoyable trip p 1 t The Tour Will Be Personally ducted Writeto the Toun Department The Herald Lou isville Ky9 For Full Information Suit U U 1 + + + M 41 050 fot4M I THE KENTUCKY I Light and Power Co I INCORPORAOTED IWlhh WIRE YOUR HOUSE j1 COST I iELEOjRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN iIf HEALTHY AND SAFE NOHOME i OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD 1ttBE WITHOUT TMEM WHEN IN t to REACHK+ t 1tfjo tt I of fof Go + lot lo + O + Jo4 OJt+M9 11 u OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 135 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal lgp TILE RDPTBUCAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Homy and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN andTwiceaWeekOwensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE KEPUBLICAI 4 und Uauy uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 17o JrUETom REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN a t REPRESENTATION OF TUB INFLUENCE OF THB UCKY STATE NORMAL SCHOOL rornary detahoeaoatlaaboyoaqatndntdutrLtstendtbatatiXaraddbosUal Iprtimber Crttsdnefaaug22 tIl7 Ianastndentii tytrrrretaGiifunrnrebfdranbus taspbt tit us soy taint taghl by its tbaCaenasuitkofastmhrrlsfonuU7lauohedU a Slate IIUlaitoo luWJ nOl a Utlla IIIIr1 IJI tw ad PUlurI age laity atha 1hta ItnHI itsigVrryetIptres kLNdisihlaaatgtlfthlboyliMairbattsluky J1IIC iagapsitark It 0 b eftbuiab11nsUnittkruddtiIif lIiL 1lIkrIIltIIllICkf IIIIarW4daunn6twautrttlariafwatuaeoliysirstlcOwMiii Jf p i7 r sc tlearance ale on men s- BoysandChildrens Overcoats 1 lIens Beaver Overcoats regu lar 5 Sale Price x 375 fens Beaver Overcoats regu lar 750 Sale price525 lIens Beaver Overcoats regu lnr 10 Sale price750 Irens Beaver Overcoats regular 1250 Sale price D50 ions Beaver Overcoats reg ular i5 Sale price 1125 t Boys Overcoats regular 325 Sale price 225 Boys Overcoats regular 84- V Sale price 3 Boys Overcoats regular 5 Sale price 350 Boys Overcoats regular 650 3Salo price 425 Overcoats regular D Sale 625- Clearancej Sale on Childrens Overcoats Childrel1s Overcoats regular 150 Sale price1Chi- ldrens Overcoats regular 260 Sale price 165 Childrens Overcoats regular 350 Sale price 8225 Clearance Sale on Flannel IJDt No1 Heavy Gray Flannel regular price 25e Safe lrlce 17 cents Lot No2 Heavy Gray Flannel regular price 273C Sale price 20 cents eed5oeher 250 Strong wellmade hardwood frame excol lent quality reed Every chair carefully inspected before leaving factory This chair hlll large roomy i aestadd is well braced Heev arm roll This eisir ianipde in one ot- iIl tea I1EeaHa tis the o- i Announcement eclipses This Greatest Cash Clearing Sale lEver Held County This Section necessaryforGoes Regardless quotehereDont Dont delay EverY time you save a dollar earn one During this sale you will en opportunity save more money than you ever were able to before in kind ofa sale When we have a sale we make pricesthat bring the Sale Begins Jan and Closes Feb 5 Dont forget the date and don forget to come we shall expect you and you miss some big bargains if you dont attend This is the Sale you have been wait ing for it dosent matter how many sales you have attended Clearance Sale onMens and Boys Shoes Mens Heavy Plow Shoes regular price 165 Sale prke125Mens Fine Dress Shoes regular price S175 Sale priceS135Boys IIcavy Shoes Sizes 13 to 2 regular price n40 Salo price 115 Bys heavy Shoes Sizes 3 to 5 regular price 150 Salo price 120 Ono lot otBoys Fino Shoes Sizes 2 to 54 regular price 200 Salo price 8150 Cotton BlanketE regular price 75c- Salo price 50c All Wool 114 Blankets regular price 500 Sale price 8375 All Wool 114 Blankets regular price S600 Sale price8425 Mens Utldershirts regular price 2e Sale price2OclIens Underwear regular price 500 Sale lot of Mens and Boys Cotton Work Gloves regular prico lOc Sale price t 7c One lot Mens Suspenders regulur price 25c Sale Irice10cAll Ladies Furs onehalfof regular price I I c j 5Jig Value in X J handwoven l J is the in This or in of the State of Prices have save people will r Clearance Sale on Ladies and Misses Cloaks Ladies Black Chivoit Cloak regular price S4 Sale priel 275 lndies Black and Tan Cloak regular prill 810 Sale price 1Ii5 Ladies Black and Tan Cloak regular price 1250 Sale price 92i Ladies Black and Tau Cloak regular price 1500 Sllle priee811Misses Cloaks regular price 8250ule price 1115 Misses Cloaks regular price 8400 sale price 8225 hisses Cloaks regular price ilOO sale price 5350 Misses Cloaks regular price UOO salt price 425 Misses Cloaks regular i50 sale price S500 All Cliildrens Cloaks to ut whole sale pricks Clearance Sale on La dies Dress Skirts Lgdics fine allwool regular price S31i0 Salo price250Ladies fine nllwool Skirts regular price I 8500 halo priceSJfJoLadies tine allwool Skirts regular price ttijO Sale price Uliii I Ladies fine allwool Skirtregnlar price 51000 Sale prico 8i25 I In Preparingforeenou it fixed has to move all this seasons goods from our shelves We must have room for new stock Our store policy forbids us to carry over season able merchandise It is not a matter of profit clearingSale generalclearanceselling figures have been reduced in proportion to the urgency of our needs This means a grandsaving for you on a wide range ofmerchandies Our necessity enables you to secure a big lot of seasonable goods at lower prices than ever before splendidwhile the goods last Thanking the public for the busIness given Us in 1909 and i in advance for your business through they ar of 1910 believe us toge your friends Important Dont miss a word I Every quotation means a saving of dollars and cents to you It doesnt make any difference mayhavethis sale them aU 1 Everything wait r f you to any 28 price37cOn- e prick close Skirts I thankingg- you i Clearance Sale on La dies and Misses Shoes Ladies IIcavy Plain toe Satin Calf Shoes fizes 8 to 6 regular price 8165 Sale pricel 1j Ladies Fine Shoes re alarpric0SI05 Sale prick S125 GrayTopsfrom 2 to 6 regular StiO Sale price 245 One lot of Children IIose sizes Ol to 9 regular price 2o Clearance price lOc price81e heavy Gray Flannel regular price 25c Sale prieolicheavy Gray Flannel regular prick 2cSale price20e Ladies Underwear regular price 2lil Sale price20cLadies Underwear regular price 50c Sale prJCtJIciMens and Boys Sweaters regular I prieo20cMensprice 50e Sale price3ic I Clearance Sale on Mens and Boys Suits Mens Snits regular price 810 Salellrice75ih- ens hue business Snits reg plat price 81250 Sale price 950 liens Suits regular price 814 Sale price1025li- ens Suits regultr price 811 SnIp priee81075liens Suits regular price 2O Sale price 81a75 Youths Suits Youths fillc Snits regular 5 SnIp price HfiO Youths fine Snits regular 87 Sale plico 525 Youths fine Suits regular 10 Salt pliee 075 Youths line Suit regular 814 Sale pricp1025Clearnnee Sale on Childrens puce Suits Childrens Suits regular 250 Sale price Slj5 Childrens Suits regular 4 Sale price 8285- Childrens Suits regular 5 Sale 385- Childrcns Suits regular 0- Sale price 42 5- 11hitternoares Shoe Po1i hIeulnr price lOc Sale prieoi 50lSaleprilS100 CARPETS WGS M ATTINGSrwE IInvite Your InspecI It is a- ileasure to Show These I reautiful i Floor Coverings housefurnishingdesigns are prettier nn more artistic than ever before Brussels Velvets Up9x12tf CARSON CO INCORPOhr1 B y D HARTFORD KY1 1 1- Lu 4 r rM e i t M J =w I TTTI Hartford Republicas- aera according to law at the roetofflee HMtford tr aman matter of the eeond C M BARNETT EDITOR Th7SPSi0279 40CI brln11 igb Zl1vrQz FRIDAY JANUARY 28 ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announcc lion Ben Johnson a candIdate for reelection to the office of Itcprescn- tatlve in Congress from the Fourth Kentucky DIstrict subject to the Democratic prImary election to be- 1eId March 12 1910 Tho Louisville Evening Post con ttnues to vent Its spleen upon presl sent Taft Senator Bradlt and Ir- 1I4tehcXk Tho prceont adminlstratlon- any nor other admnlstintion at Wmrh- Inton wilt erur attempt to use thc statute law to further crIpple the- fenceless Ill leOIII when thry lire en- gagld to all effort to protect them delves where the law has failed The leaders of the UellUJJlcan Imrtj In Ientueky cannot lie often of the tact that no one w1l1 have a ghost ot a show to llC1 clocted governor by that puny next year Who has not been In sympathy with the lioople in theIr death 6truggle- lor the past two years The greatsleecrffSenator Drad- 1e In the Untied States Slllnte III defense of lentucky will go down In history nlemgJldl tine tlferts ot such men as Clay and Web ter We are exceedhrgiy fnrtunate ut th time to have such a champion In the Upper Ilguse of Congress JC Ir Thattchtr fie Dlatr Attorney to be will go nfter the trusts and cases of guilt rebates etc which hIs position will give bun an- oIYpOrtunlt to do lie may make hlm- eU famous He has the abtlhy pluck and enCJr for any undertaklug uncI we expect great thIngs tnlll ttervlce hdeetnmmrt It would monumental absurdity of all the 1jeS If a great gO111HIIPnt should attempt to ul a the very agency crafted to- jlrdcc the people agalust Ithe In- ordInate power of money as II WHIon against the weak and 11 fmusehs 8tead of lJUnhhlng the pthpte fllr whom It was Intended It would lie lIke the general ot an army onwrlnJ his atlilery trained upon his OWII- JDen The ulpiibllcallpxirty In Knltuck tad as well understand noW as any time that It cannot enll make II spcclnble fight In the nut State election with UIInlle un tlto State ticket who has not stand four quaru- tn behalf of the pttIllo lurIng th past two yrnrs of tnnggle and sac rllc in their terrific cumbat to Wring from the Amorlcaa Tobacco Tru n tar lId equrabl prier fur their tobacco As far asIsebavv been able to learn the new road wOIklnJ plan D universally commended by the cltl- zens of Ohio couHI4 I verynno houll a8FJst In jlvlllJ It IL farr ctnd 1m partal ttal wind wo believe tile noW Illan will bu an rmprovcmeut IICI the obi away Ilowever liS soon IU the countys finaucial coudittou w 11 permit we favor wnrkng all of 0111 roads by dhect contact without IIIJ- n1I uo In taxation 1Vc learn thllL thtuosue mil understutding among the propl0 0 Ohio county concfrnlns the yban- fu Uw road working syttrnn It huhll understood Ily some that a road taJ bas txten levlid This I not true There has been no Incnasu it thl tax levy Under the new system lOw ever every frond band will ho llrlvl- Jegell to pay 1IiO per Cal ullll bl1c leased from a1 road wnrkin g tlla year It upon tlto other hand- chooses h to work hue will he rcqulr to work the numhcr of days ntrc- csarp to put Ms section d road I good condition as heretofore TJie present high prices of foo stuff Is being made an excuse for 11 onslaught upon tile protective till iff by its enemies The truth ih th present tariff has nothIng witatev to do With the high price of ntat another nlCCsllleg of lito WI tea front the press dttpatehcs that tlJ same trouble or problem m now ng- taUng tile llCflllf ol Canada n cop try whIch enjoys all the free tratl- lr1vll1CS that IIro enjoyed by tJ mother country Gugtapd The pre high prices lire causrd by thp e- lators and the pnckeitn who after ha- Jp bought nil the vlalble supply pr- teed to bind tin consuatcrs to to extent that they will stand 1 To nnnouncemut tlutt air M I ateber1s to be nllp ned UnPi I0 St tcs Dfsii1 t Attorney ls welts- news I I for his rany trknds aUovet Kentucky Mr Thtcber was barn Bud misod in our uelgbborhrg county of Butler and Is u shining example Qt what energy and heraveranco wlH do for u young man In this oountry In lifer struggle notwlthstamling 11e I may spring from humble surroundIngs Mr Thatcher Is probably anonoIqualified for tho posiUot than who has been menUonCd In cnn ntoctJon with It lie has been an un- tirIng worker for the lWilubl an Imrt fur ninny years and dId more to 1ll3k- olsslblO Senator Brndleyo deditln than any dher one man We lrO nl1 proud of Thatcbors svccezs TWO KENTUCKIANS Two Kentuckians both Republicans toldng high office have been len tlto opportufilty to spicak of and for Kentucky before audiences that represent the wholo countryBradlcy- ho fu Sanato of the UnLtul States Dlld- AuguGtus E Willson before the American Bar Association The one was content to give hIs best to Kentucks- t tcnso ngalnst slander the other wns not content until he ht dome hIs bet to give to ulandcr the real- is ot official lIthortIoulsvme Timcii Wo are 01010 than glad to b1vl the Louisville TImes wish us in tho tight ngalnst the Tobacco Trust However the Times Is It new convert When the strife ants tidekexr the TJl11cs was ore uf the leading da- apersp In the stol c whIch publish 80 many ndsreproeentatlons lUd- slanderons reports connecting the tobacco organizations and the Amerl can Society of Equity wIth these utrages In fact every dally lilllCr ill Kentucky so far IJs we know ooem cd to ho willing to lId the trust IJ i publishIng tho most absurd mill falro accounts of outrages supposed to- be committed by men connect wllh various organizations At that time it seomed to us that the lhues wag not content until It hind done It Lest to give to slander the eal- If Its approbstttn The Washington Fight The socalled Insurgents n Con ess are rapidly showIng themllves III theIr true colors IS thinly dltguls- tssistatit Drmocrnl Their ollgln 111 tIght was agalust tho If iseph G Cannon ns Speaker of thu House of Repreteutatives although thIs was II utattcr it whldl tllO Se- orlal le1tcrs of the faction had nn- occtlon to Interferebut It was sleet I made apparent thlll tltls wus mere- ll pretext to enable thfflU to gala allies In the HOUR hey mntl0 a 1IIub born fight Ilglllnt the PayiieAkIrli Tariff bill and durIng the JIeE4mt stS lon they thrcrdened Co Jllake open cause with the 1eniocrats- unclies In of Congrtsa in tho interest of what they call lrorc6lveR- cpubJlcanIFm The path of progress that leads d- etlyr Into the Democratic camp b- hardl tie path that loyal and carne t Republicans will cure to Itred Tho- cUlltlnuII1l ot the figHt indicates L liberate purpose to disintegrated Rlpubllcan pally and to embarra- ul s defeat the polEcies of the Pre l ntBrooklyn Times A Remarkable Case One uf the most remarkable ctSQS- nt insanity of which we have any l cord In this cututty Is ttiat of- JamM S Farmer who wns tried In- th Glmtty court Monday and sent tl- tho Asyluur at IlopklnsvIlle Hit dhcu1 e3 matters of common affairs WUJ- 11U1I1I0 and the only yldellco of an- ullbalancI1 mind was that every fi mlllute s lie would halloo olil lit J- tunc that would cause freight tr moat anyone Ho explalned thIs It tine affection stating that it ClI1 I UIII hm ion the same tntwnrr that sneno would CJmo upon any Indlltiu- III and that lie hall mi znoro cUl1tro IIvr ltbnvelf when It chute titan If I fit of sneezing had attacked lilm- llr Fanner had been to the 11llln twIce before nil prevloua occasIon l hI had been more greatly effect than this time his mInd being 1I0tlceI- L1 ly unbalanced Attention Wool Growers 11 A meeting ot wool Growers wilt b 11 beld at Hart turd on Saturday Jel- Gth 1910 at 10 oelock a tn Al- J member of A S of E htlng woo aro earnestly requested fo ho at thl meetIng E C BAIRD Chmn- D 11 STEWARl Sic Notice AU members of Hnrlfolll Local NI 604 are urgently requsetdo to altei a meeting of said local whttcli wi- be held at the courthouse III lIurtfQrl- Saturda February nth 1910 at whit time the elutfJIl of officers for 1- 1ear1910 will bi hold Every mell- bor is also rlquesteeLto brlnk 31- to pay tliti 1910 dues F w PJRTJE Pri c b SMITH Sec lto giI w Ii Staple Piece GoodsI aria Notions Many pleasant s zrprises await in this section fl- I of our offerings Ginghams Shirtingtt Blenched a Domestic Suitings Crafhes Table Linen4 Buttons Hair Pins all at PROFIT SHARING PRICES E PIIB1RNES BROS Beaver Dam Hy- WysoxdlJan 2GQM Benton spent from Thursday until Sunday with hIs SOn Charlie of near Paradise IymThe young folks had a week and a dance at ShclbyNrlsol1Snf last nIght They say they had a nIce time Tim roads are bail but our 1 mall carrier has not mAsctla trIpc Mrs Fanny Benton reccived a letter from Ellis county Texas last week InformIng her of the death of her uncle N G WIse on the 15Ui Inst Uncle Nat l3 JIO was gonerally ca1lp ed was over 90 years of ago and was known to a great many of the older people In this county He moved I to the Lone Star state about 1855 and never visited Ills old home for thirty years after that l1e vISlted In old tntucky several times the last Imo three years ago Ile twat lo1lcI by everybody who knew him Miss Nora Taylor vIsIted MIss Jllti- io and Mary Benton yesterday Mrs Margaret Taylor 1s visiting her daughter Mrs G rlli Bennett at Mrs Win Shuhi 1s visiting friends In the comity l1er home Isln New lcxl o Miss Powell Jones returned to her l1ame In llartford yesterday after hay IlIg taught us a good school Wo hope sIlo will get our school next year as she has taught us the best school 01 we have had for some time- SALEM Jan 26Rev Robertson Will preach at Falrvfw next Saturday nIght and Sunday night Mr and Mrs Worth flaky visited hIs sIster and brother Mr and Ms of Sam Jamison Monday nlg it- Mr N A Daniel and family have moved to horse Branch where they wl11 make theIr future home tMr R II Basham fillll wife visited Ir and Mrs J G Wllso1 Sunday Mr Boh Daniel Is making freque trIps to Horse Branch Mr and Mrs jack Brown and family have bought a neW organ Mr George wilson and family arc sclUng out and will go to Dycrlrorg- ennotsee where they will make their iture home- Success to The Republican A Big Show for Sale One of the finest rind best equipped toying pIcture shows ht Kentucky Cor sale W11l exchange for land or stock Reason for selling have goneI Into the mercantile busineSs Can on or write me at Beaver Dam Ky Yours truly tt A D TAYIOR A Positive Guarantee We have n1 met the patent medl- clno streot faker who sells hIs modi- amonts under a Positive guarantee to cure the ailment for which It is- ccotnmeiided and sold In this connection wo know of no one o comI pCtCnt to give It posIUra guaran e0 UII tho DemocratIc psry pro vlllell It secures control of both Iaues of Congress With its TarI Iffforreenueonl It can und will revise downward until tlai mills and factories of the country wi11 close their doors and put lip late shutters throwIng hutldreds of tliausautt9 of men ont of employment and nlUug- tho land with taup rouses and famiBh- Ing matt women lull clilidreip TlllsI- II not In Idlo asrcrUonibul L fact tbat was experlenced only toe 8Ix wn years ago when the Wilson Gorman Tariff law was enactltwhlch- Is yet fresh in the minds of all mid persons And thIs is pot the nly casetLo samo thing haS rer- ol1ed every time the FreeTrade Ihas reduced the Tariff Belie in tiro past fifty years So we dhat the Democratic party can a posltlvo guarantee with iisory to back them that they ci lull down faster than Ropubllcat an build upButter Mo Record Boiler For Sale Good new 90 horse power steam oller for sale Insured nt 1051b team SSure Reason for selling desIre larger boiler Can on or address BOOKER WILUAMS Hartford Ky 26t4 Baptist Church nster J W Druner is attendIng institute at the First Bapth- hureb Paducah Ky thIs week and wl11 return Friday or Saturday Prayer Meeting Wednesday 7 m- rill be conducted by W MfThere will be no questions answered the prayer meetlllg Wednesday eY sing but any ono having any ques lion whIch they would like to have answerr4 the following week may bring It in Utis week Tlllchers meeting will meet with lItlss LUlIe Burton Thursday 7 p in- The regular Servlco Sunday 11 a Miss Thompson voice teaches Deaver Dam who is now organIz- Ing a class at Hartford will sIng at- themornlllg service PreachIng by- IJlstor Sunday 7 p m there will be nn ordInation service In which o n LIkens will be ordalllcd as a deacon the church MinIsters and deacon invited to participate In thIs service The pastor will preach on Quail rations and Dutlr of Deacons Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat BUItS skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean YOlJr kId gloves and muffs Al1 work guaranteed Prices reasonable Hartford PressIng Club Among the Lodges Eastern Star Chapter held an in resting mooting Monday nIght ana plated one candidate The new of floors start off well with their duties aAcme Lodge No 339 J O 0 F w1I1 have a good deal of work next FrI nIght at the rgular m lng Ther w1ll probably be work In the inlt- latol and second degreeS besIdes quite no number of petitions for memt crsblp are expected I P Foreman Record Koopor of Tent No 99 L O T M has re celvro a check from the Insurance Department for five hundred dollars vexing the insurance carried by- Mr Alex Barnttt deceased Ih lavor- of his wife Mrs Ohio Barnett Tbe- uunl promptne was displayed by the officers of the lodge In this case e IRough River Lodge ro 110 K of 1 held n largely attended scsIbt Tuesday evening when the thIrd de- Co was conferred upon Prot W R HedrIck In a most impressive tint hIghly croollablo manger After tit work tIle degrreo team and member moat were pttotcigrapltcd by flashlight lIy the photographer Mr EmoT- JSchroater This lodge will hnvQ wor In the thIrd rank text Tuesday cvenlhg and a light luncheon wIt be served at the close of the work eery member Is urged to bo present e I fW VI I 1s ONE OF THE RARESTOppo- rtunities of Your Life to Ba- ySuits rand Pantsd t FOR THEENTIRE FAMILY AT I E P Barnes Bros- PROFITISHARING e SALE I MIll1n l lyfJI hai FAIRVIEW Having seen nothing from thIs place or sometime Iw171wrtea few lines tad let everybody know that Fair new Isstul on the map WhoopIng cough Is raging through ml Ibis slCtLlJnat tho county Nparly nil of the tobacco from thIs teighborliood has been leUvcroo MIss BosSlo Wright Horton and Uarth1 Potts Shroadcr MCssrP Mack dartiq and Andy Schroeder Hartford nd Frak WrIght lfoton were the Sun I yIMr anti Mrs C C WhIte and tam Iy visIted Mr and Mrs R B WU1 B m Sunday hIs wllsonllonday j Robert and Ira Acton and Roy Potts Schroader clllcd nt T J Actons Saturday Mr and Mrs Ohio Stone vj itotl Mrs Stowes parents Mr and lira J C Thomas Cedar Grove from Sat urdny until Tuesday MIsS oBsslo F Acton vllilted her mother Mrs C C White ldoutday- Ight Miss Gont Thomas Is on tho slhk IIGt Quarterly meeting will be held lit Cedar Grove M E church on Friday and Friday ntht Saturday and Saturday nIght January 28th and 29lh- Mossn T L Faught and W E 1Iyers are erecting now resfdenee- sn theIr farms In this communIty When completed UIC50 and other resit dences recently constructed will add greatly to the apiperance of our little settlement Farmers are very busy burning broomsage and kl11111g rabbits Success to The Republican J COOL SPRINGS Jan 26We are having plenty of snow and raIn Miss Bessie Bj ant Is the guest other cousin Mrs Ora WIdIck Miss AnnIe Keqnedy Oakland spent 1MOldllS 83idst9isn a- U B FIZER Mt SterllngtK says II- HI have suffered will kidney and bladder trouble for ten yeara past Last March I commenced Using Peruna and continued for throb months F bavo not nscdlt since nor have I felt It pain tsk Your Druggist for a Free peruna Almanac for 1910 I few days last weak wltlt her sIster Irs Ora ldick- 9fisaes Nohitu Cox and Bonnie each Maxey were the guts of MII1Sffi Callle end Irene Cox Satur lay and Sunday Mr and Mrs HallteElliot and laughter little Mias Grace were the guests of Mr and Mrs Suther Elliot Sunday Misses Calll and Zula Cox called on Miss DaIsy Bryant Monday morn l lng The party at Mr Wtl1acos last week was enjoyed by all Those present were MIsses BSle and DaIsy Bryant Ethel Brown Minnio Brown lIir and Mrs Ihaskel Kitchen and Mr and Mrs Iskcl Kitchen Messrs Chnrllb and lhlitou Elliot Edd Crunk Jito and Marvin Hines Ira lilacs ArchIe Dater Edd and Clyde Doreh Marvin Bryant and Floyd Rogers Mrs Gidcumb h on the sIck list Mss Bessie Bryant spent last Monday evening withlMn3 OIltcumb Some Alcohol Questions Is alcohol a tonic No Does it male the blood pure e No Does it strengthen the nerves No Is Ayers Sarsaparilla a tonic Yes Does it make the blood pure Yes Does it strengthen the nerves Yes Is it the only Sarsaparilla entirely free from alcohol Yes Ask your doctor about this nonalcoholic medicine If he approves your confidence will be complete CAy rCoLowellMau Dull boys I Dull girls Dull men I Dull women I HeavyheadedI Downhearted 1 AU very often due to constipation Yet the cure Isso easvAyers PJlIs Ask ourdodor tr SETTING THE PACE No magazine comes nearer this than TheLadies Home Journal Most oUters are compared to it Few are in its class Taken with the Saturday Evening Post you have the family supplied with the best two there are Saying a lot True nevertheless Millions can testi 1 fy to It Looks strange that wethe Dependon Dry Goods Store of Hartford should devote this valuable space to k advertising magazines but we are their specialagents and are proud of the connection The Ladies Home Journal Patterns are simply splendid People caa use them who never usedpatterns beforeI they fit Theyare sensible They do not ape the extremists but have an ildi vidualityoE their own Why notresolve now to depend o- nBarnardt Coi Hartford Ky t S 4- r i i SHOESf 1 SHOES+ It fr o the many out of town T1 people that have been unm able to come on account of the I almost impassable condition of 3 the roads we offer another rareI opportunity to profit through k 4our great mark down in prices of Shoes by extending the time of this Sale two weeks 4This means a saving of from 40 to 75 cents upon every pair of Shoes bought of our store I ROSENBLATTS The Store That Satisfies t J E Fogle Bldg OpPosite Court House f- J Hartford Ky cf Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 28 IlllnolsCentraIRallroadTimeTable At Beaver Dam Ky- forth I Bound south Bound 11d1U due 515 a m No J2J duJ1at a 11- 1No 1liduelttapm No letdoel8 p m- No101duezs plII tSPduea95pin NewC- ommercial Hotel Hartford Ky UNDER NEW AND EXPE ItIENCED MANAGEMENT f Everything flrstcl1Sg The bent of tare srved rrght Thin cumfort and welfareof aU guests especially looked attention to traveling men Rats 2 per day Special rate b regular boarders Your paUou- te solicitedIGEO M STEELE Proprietor j Dr J T Hardin Dr H iUIHardin 6 DentistsOf- tlce k I upstairs In Republican build Ing Hartford Ky We employ an the I latest methods in Dentlstry All work t done as nearly painleas as can be done today We make a specialty of teeth without plate I Wedo painless extracting either 4With a local or general anesbetlc- We Invite you to give us a trial as- n pleased patient fa our best adver- tfsement All workk guaranteed Con rultetlon and exnmin1Uou Free Yhon 21 i ir+ i t- 4sldw a 1 Bring your Furs to U S Carson Mr Dress Well buys LIBERTY SPECIAL Hats at Carson Cos If you want good flour lt a low price you had better set busy Hartford Grocery Company M1s9 Marie Hardwick of Owensboro visited Miss Zella Nall City Sat urday and Sunday There will be preaching by the pastor at Mt Hermon Methodlit church next Sunday Jan 30 Nothing more retreslllng In cold I weather than a hot drink For anything In this line call on Miss Pop pie Nall at Grlflns drug store I Noah white the grocer makes aI specialty of the best goods In his line Sells cheap and delivers free In Hartford Give him your order for good things to eat Leave your laundry at pates paul forum for the Richmond Steam Latin dry Richmond Ind The laundry always gives satisfaction prompt de livery Satisfaction guaranteed 22tf A E PATE Agent Leave your laundry with Lyons Duke Hartford Grocery Company r for the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond IndIana This laundry al ways gives satyfactirn Prompt tI- Itery Satisfaction guaranteed 28ttt When hungry If you will drop into the City Restaurant you will find set before you without any long walt altepting array of good things that thoroughly satisfies tho Inner man Also a full line of confectioneries t cigars and soft drinks Arbucklo Co enter to the best trade and con duct their business In a way that 1 insures It 49t4 Mr Carllf1e Iteuder of Uu1tord rind Miss Dunnle Re deriof Deavo Dam were nmrrled at the residence bestknowna vhlle hIs brho Is one of Deaver I 1m inireet dnughtera They hate ma relatives und wish- themmuch JOYJMr J L Anderson onl brother of- Mr R A Anderson ot Hdrtfod at the residence of his daughter MrsfJ J J ICennfY At Leonard N J Iasi u Monday Besltles this daughter g heaves two sons Tie was nn old so a titer and a member of Gen Kllpat II nicks Independent scouts He tv11- 1be burled at Whlfesvltle today Ile P- was liG years old and c most highly respicted citizen ti A smile of satiefactfop goes WIU every Suit sold by Carson Co DrE M Eskeridgerleft yesterday fat liis homo In Owensboro when he will make a short vlsIt Miss RobbIe Dar1ard of Madison- yule and an oxstudentof IIartfor college is vlsltlngllIta Ilcttio Riley the week Mr Dave Deilks and family 01 near CentErtown will leave todu for Indiana where he will make hI home In the future W E Ellis at the Hartford Mill Cots Planing Mill Js paying cash for Eggs Hides Furs Sheep Pel and all kinds of poultry 4- Mr W A FrnnkUn pf Calhou who hag been spending several day with his uncle Dr Wayland Alexan dot wJ111 return home today Leave your Laundry at Clove IIers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonvill e Steam Laundry Madlsonv1l1o Ice Laundry Company Incorporated U The following young ladles and gen tlemen were entertained last Satur day night at the resldcllco of Mr and Mrs J B Tappan In honor tit their visitors Misses Alice and Grace Tappan of South Carrollton Misses Dora Paris Knmms City Alice nn Glace Tappan South Carrollton liar Spaulding Clara Robertson Ozon- Moseley t and Desslo Collins lIe srs Darrel Sullgcnger Byron Foster Syd ney Wllllnms Henry Griffin Clarence Darnard McHenry Holbrook Allison Barnett Kirby and E Y Park uU ot Hartford Yesterday morning about 1030 oclock the alarm of fire WitS given hy the rlngtng of the courthouso and other bells In town anti another ex- hlbitlon of the wo1l known ability of Hartford dtlzcns to light fIre nas given Soon It became known that the rsoldenco ot exsherlrt n n Mnrthr was In names hod In almost incredible time several hundred cltizrl11 wro on the Ferns but before the grcatrr part of them arrived those IIcr by had succoded Tn exIrgulshing- the fire which was caused by II dc- fcctive flue The flames had gIn tl eonsic arable headway near time root Hartfords lire brigade never lns rs a fight If timely note is glvu of town Lt wad flagged by Mr Lou PhltlllS who had dlscoelld a llrSo lot ot stone ou time track whclu bad slipped down during the tmlht from the hl1lltlo above The train was making about twentyfve miles ILl hour and would undoubtedly have been wrecked and gone Ilto Rounlr river but for the timely appearance of Mr Plllpp He was congratult cd and thanked oil around by the crew of the train and pasvcmgrrs and no doubt Will be remembered moro substantially by the company as ho undoubtedly saved thorn from roveral thousand dollars loss The traIn was delayed about three hours while the section crew from Hartford removed the obstruction On yesterday morning ItS the northbound passenger trlih which was due at Hartford at 703 was approaching Bens Lick cut about two miles west On last Turday night about 10 oclock Raymond Phillips Ilerbcrt King aid Ertm King went Into the Hoover Brothers restaurant on Market Street and young Erten becomlmg- lknrolvcd In n quarrel with some one presca Harry Uoovrr and Jcse hoover two of the proprietor of the place remonrtratcd and when attempting to nmlnt1in order wrro so upon by Phillips and Uetbelt who they say used braes kmtckv and some kind of bottles fifth which to hammer item until they wro both serthusly injured about the head und face rho King brothers and Phillips twcrc tried b tore Police Judge Crowo Wedit- esday mornIng and Phillips acid Herbert wore each glen a tlno of 25 and Erteu r15 It it3 lmopccl this wtll be a lesson to thc o young man o cause them tn think twice hereafter before they assault mon iru tile dschargo of their ilutlc and llii their ulaoos ot business CERALVO Jan 2GMr Alney Casebler Prowls was hero last week on business Ir Flnls Chancellor and family Broadway visited hk fn111erlr WI- Ihm Chancellor last week- Mr Jam Wark has bought and moved ou the V B Morton farm Tho public school here cloed last Frlday Mr W S hill teacher Mr Wllllam Chancellor has bought small farm from Mr Joseph Ro s Mr Harry Drown hay moved to the 3laton farm near Nelson The Mfnisters and Deaeona meeting will bo held at Lone star chulCll all1 29 and 30th New DrugstoreT TLQ people ot OIaton and surround 1 country aro to be oDsratulltod- I1I1 havIng a modern drug store It sirnewn os the Olaton Drug Storer- ud carries everything fu the drug t nil such as dMllIn1edfcltWphl1ma ontcals stationary cigars tobacco a poIlswllHlow glade ante all kljtJ8- utoek DenscrpIlo carefully OTnpOundcda aU horns ar r t CLEAR RUN F WoJtr having very pleasant weath Tho roads are very bud nt this place lit Jens Taylor Chas been 141rprov lug his residence ollr A E Stewart Is moving to hint 1111Ir Hoover WlIt to lIa1tCIIl this week- on buslneg Messrs Zack King and McMurray went to Hartrord today Mr Jam s HIl ks and daughter ot- Wl1shlngtln tghhorhooohpellt Tues hertTaffy Mires Nomle Jolutson anti lcssle Taylor ot this place sjant Sunday and Slimily nIght with their aunt Mrs I S Trogdu of Barnetts Creek Miss Maliuda Smith of Taffy and Miss Mary Etta Smith of tills placo went to Owensboro Monday Soveral front hero are preparing for FrltlajnightMrs Altha Lohure wns the guest of Mr Ucllurry and fandly Sunday night yAETNAVILLE Jan 2GMr William Lyons and family It ynulds have moved teths plJccIr lbtlculnt TIJIncr Is Ili of malaria fover mill whoolln cough Mimics innua and haggle Kelley and Non Miller ot Deanrleltl were the guests of qtrs James DSveus Wed nsedayMr William McKinley of Moor house 311 Is tho guest of his son Mr Frank McKinley Mr S A lIrashar of Ownshoro was nt this place Tuesday on bU3I- nC3S Tobacco In this communIty 1s net so good or pr1Ces so satisfactory all last year Mr Ckw lnyd nod family WII Ulltllfll11l1Wanted j Smooth 5Vhite Oak Logs 14 In and till In diameter 10 to 18 feet long I Delivered at track any station Address M W Bn AIm Hartford Ky I A Hungarian Pompeii J A dispatch tram Budapest In 1 flounces that a JllIlIlarlarr archaeolo gist M Iuday In certain excavations Which he was superintending near Zslbo Jn Transylvania has discovered the site of the ancient Roman city or- Porollslum and Is enabled to recon struct tile town The houses have reo- slsted the ravages ot time being sub stantlally built of brick and adjoining ono another The rooms are very small but regular In fora N Duday has also condo upon the ancient thea ter of great dimensions which should give some Idea ot the size of the town The archaeologist considers that Pore hissum had a population of 30000 CamomllcIIt Is said or the leaves dried and poWdered of the common camomile will destroy- Insects I but that nothing contributes disIpersedIn n green or In n dried state the stalks or flowers will eitherI Times ChnnoeaIMlldl11ay is a way The other evening Mrs M gavel him a scoldIng that would have lIladeI almost any other man crazy nut Mibdmay said never a word In reply lie only murmured to himself And that Is the woman I used to hold on my knee and call my little pootsy- aootsyi Cigarettes In Prison Filipino prisoners In Ilillbld both men and women are now allowed a certain number of cigarettes a day at j govertmluit expense Something to Cogitate Sotltlug la this world says the Philosopher of Folly would Le such perfect happiness all love would be if- 1t were Questionable Question ten mcn and nine ot them will toll you they dont get half or what they are entitled to In this worldChicago Dally News I Weight Reduced by Cutting The Kohlnoor diamond originally welghe4SOO karats but by successive cuttings Jt has reduced to lOG karats Ctieap Land for Sale 18 acres of good land ono and one halt swUU1 ot rcHtJlI1 near R T It ntdors land Good box house wettherrbearded stable orchard and Bever fining well Termschenp for- cash Apply o Iiarnctt Smith rTrust Cause of Trouble Mr Urtdlry charged the Irt n s tollOnlhlu for tho night riding ind tutcred lrxo a gonercul dt- tanse erronstlnmcd In tho nrticle atlnowalso Kentucky and liS I IL 1 i ssss ssss s I Heavy Shoes- Dress Shoes I 1llle shoe you can use fur IrctS ur work can be found in our Red Iaggt1 Shut mHillg You save 0big money if you hut arm or bet tre SAlURDAY JANUARY 29 lUll E P BARNES BROTHERS- Be ver Blurt Ky rI A follows As ono of Kentuckys son wl able to see her shortcomings but who knows her Worth ItS ore 1t Iloves her traditions and every atn glorious history as ono Wise Is proud of her achiiovcmcuus in dK- forum hr the field and Oil the seas as one who was horn and awo 1 o better resting place thun in Lr soil I denounce this outrageuns and cruel libel wLth all the earrestnusa- of which I am capable Whell this petty libeler has moldered Into unhollowod anti forgotten dug Kentucky wll stand with amii UJ bratrst and the lost drfenders or the American Union lieI name will be- L t 11 of hooor her children eI up rttid hy sid wkh thaw II ter Salos the front rank rft 0111 and Intelllgoncc nail lur r tLb tI will nil bo obscured In the rflJleljJt glory of her wohluern d raSollator Bradley In the P S Seaate Notice Centfrtcwn Loral Union No 59 A S of E will meet at Hough River schoolhouse Saturday night February G 1910 to elect officers for the year 1910 and attend to all husinesa that may conic before It let every member be preentAt ROSS Sloe BIG SALE NOW ON Come in and See Big Reductions on All Lines UNHEARDOF LOW PRICES Mens and Boys Shoes 5350 values now going aL28 300II II tr 248 275a t a 23g 260II it d 215 200II u u a 148 175 d a 138 150II d lltl Mens and Boys Clothing 1850 values now going at 1500 1650u u u u 131200 1500dd it 1200u u a tit 900 1000u u uiOtt 100u u u H 298 300to H H 288 Pants 5400 VadilCS IIOW going at S33S 350rr rt 4 2- 250a do I H 19S 150H rt + 12ft toI 4 H 3 Mens and Boys Hats S25U yuhlC 11011 820U 225 H 198 200 14S 150a IaS 100II 7 Underwear 50e underwear now 3Sl 25C1SL11fliCS unclerilear 2iic value 110wlSShirts 100 value mow50 value now 38r SALE CLOSES FEBRUARY 5 G EBARAKA T 1 503 West Main Str- eetHARTFORD KY 1- Y t p c7t515i h I 1 js I2o= In all the year around weights Every suit i new and up to the minute in style Deep = 4Ii cut in prices until after SATURDAY JAN pjt 1 = UARY 29 1910 = bt i= EaP Barnes Bros = i BEAVER DAM KY y EDUCATIONAL DEPARTMENT BY WILBHUT B HA1U Government begins at hone It Is the government of the fomfJy Obnll once to this government prepares us to become citizens of tho State Tin homo Is n primary school In whlfcli vvo learn our first lesions In govern ment Our parents are the rulers We should obey whuthor wo understand the reasons Jor it or not even if the parent is not always wise he th like ly to know much moro than the child Nevertheless ithe harm that Hs bedlenco dots Is to great that older ones ought for the good of all con tinue to obey After a while the children of tbese homes enter the public school Here Is a little state with the teacher as its governor Like the home there must be exact obedience of these laws or the teacher cannot do his work well ankh the pupils are robbed of their opportunity to learn Thus we see that government Is not for the benefit of a few but for the good of all By obeying and respecting the government we learn to act togeth er to respect ouch others rights The school Is not established for the teachers benefit but for tho pupils The older pupils realize this and are wlllliiig to obey wit hod wait Ing to understand the reason for they have already learned that there are generally reasons for every cull mand But if the children In the school lire young there 1h more restraint and many rules while in a school of older and more Initellegent pupils the teacher hardly governs at all This Is because they have leurn ed to govern themselves and to re spect the rI lets of others The pub lie school In fact becomes a university of grown men and women becase they see that it IIInot for the teachers benefit that tho school eihteJs but for theJrs The teacher Is not their enemy but their friend It Iii to the teachers and the pupils Intereit they they should win anti keep a good namo for the sChool The loss time the usher Is mode to use In corncling bis school the better ho can use his strength to teach When these faults are corrected The good school is then fitting boys and girls to govern themselves In the State tied who will list be prepared to uH the Irsort liberty as citizens of the State We owe tho State obodlonco to Its laws that wo may enjoy die greatest liberty UK Its cttlzenp laid to fully appreciate the 0 lays we must know why thoy were rrtablWwd As soui as we begin to read hUory we shiill find that laws are nccissiiry fn protesting the people Ortaln duties and obligation bind people together as followckikfiifl nullay employer and Inboitoro If there hw bwn obedi ence to the Jawlil of hone school and playground Kovprnnunt Uiri olKtllciKMt to The government of the State will be herfiilly given It will seem our duty to obey thrm ind it certainly is If all of the people of our State were wlso and the people ofall other governments wore well illrpcwcd we would need no government to protest our citizen But each a unto dUe nest exist therefore those whe liave no regard for the law the 1jlIollIultI and vlclouf are put under taro the law when they disobey and Interfere with the rights of others Tile government Is but a pimple act ing 1 like a group of buys on the play grotnvd The government then Is not moro wise or juna than tho people who make it If the lawmakers are canInotailsfactory We rcadWy jcw that It Is best to study the laws and the pee pie that make them that our govern anent may bo BJitlsfactory that only the best and wisest people occupy a seat In our government mid the roost Intelligent rulesII That Ute people may bo Intelligent they must bo educated They nreJ the rulers and thoy certainly oughq to be educated well enough to boj Home Intelligent citizens The pros Id 4Y 1i te perity of a nation becomes1 greater as its j eoplo become educated The value of thinking is worth more Ithan an education costs Knowledge wifch out money Is certainly of more value than money without knowledge It is wealth In thoughts and ideas that enables us to create otter kinds of wealth 1 Thus wo 500 that tin government renders numerous and important cervices to its citizens Besides the largo number of free schools In which all children have an equal opportunity of receiving an education It provides many other conveniences for the ibonc fit of the public There are hospitals where the sick and Injured aro cared for the public health is guarded the streets are cleaned roads aro built and the means provided whereby we are able to Fend our letters to all parts of the world These are facts to IMS appreciated To deprive ono of the opportunity of attending school Is doing him lasting injury Our laws require every child to attend school at least part of every term and he that prevents the child from doing this certainly needs to be corrected As stated in another part of this work the governments always re float the character of the men who rule This fault Is better corrected by extending tho educational spiritt and the educational influence through out every part of every commomveuU Government by the people and for tho iieople But if those who govern are greedy and think that the govern ment is merely a position whereby a few are afforded the opinmunlty of accumilaltlng wealtha ml not an es tablLshment for the public good then the sooner these self lih rulers are removed the less will be the abuses and iwrJls of government Civil Government is a study thai should not be neglected We aro often thrown into a position where some knowledge of this study would prove of Inestimable value Everyone does or should know who fa the President and also the fleedent of the United States the mem bers of the Cabinet and the Secretary of State who would iiv tho event of the death of the Prow dent and Vice President succeed to tho Presidency It Is well for one to know who Is the Speaker of the House of Repre sentatives and to know who are the most distinguished members of Congress in both parties naming the two Senators front ones home state and the two rupreFeiiitaUves from tho homo district the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and the assoc late judges and the Ministers who represent our country at the call tall of the foreign nations It Is equally necessary to know the state officers Governor Lieutenant Governor State Senator from the homo district President of the State Senate mid tho Speaker of the House Judges the Suprenme Court Judges of time IOf dlslrlbt courts anti justices of peace unit the town crty tulip the county officers All of these facts leads ono to nn appreciation and lon a love of our governments Tho following UK copied frcm the Jan J010 issue of Funm amid HOJIK Among iho recent important t p potntmouts io diplomatic posts mad by Pros Taft are the following Am bassador to France Hobtit Bacon of Now York Ambassador to Ausrla Hungary Richard Kerens of Mo Am bassador to Mexico Henry Lane AVH son of Washington state Minister to Belgium Charles Pago Bryan of 111 Minister to China William J Calhoun of 111 Minister to Chile Henry P Fletcher of Pa Minister to Portgal Henry T Gage of Cal Mints ter to Panama II S Reynolds Hilt of Ill Minister to Cuba John B Jack KW of N J Mlnilrter to Honduras Fenton R McCreery of lIch Minis ter to Paraguay Edwin V Megan of N Y Minister to Portia Charles W Russell of Washington D C Minis ter to Switzerland LaurHts S Swen son of Minn Minister and ConsulGen to the Dominican Republic Horace G Knowles of Del Prca Taft hUs appointed Horace 0 Knowles Nash vflle Twin a Justice of tho Supreme Court of the U S to succeed time fate Justice Pcckliam The now Just ice la Gi years old nnd Is rcgard ed as ono of the ablest lawyers and- y lurJstsot the south Hf Is promoted from Circuit Judge to ire tho sixth Jnltcdi States Clrculit In whlcfi Prow dent Taft was a Judge when appointed JovcrnorGenoral of e Phillippwes Tho following Is PreR ltittfl Cabl nctt Phllinder Co KnOX Of Penn Sec ot State FranilAi MacTeagh of 111 Sea of Treasury Jacob M Dickinson oflenn Sec of War George W Vlckersham of N Y Attorney Con Frank H IHtdicock of Mass Post Hastcr General George V L Meyer of Mass Sec of Navy Rfchard A Jalllnger of Washing tonyySec of the Interior James WIlson ofylowa See Agriculture Charles Nagel of Mo Sec of Commerce and Labor Ifyou have dlfflculty in naming ho offices in Prcs cabinet In ho rder as they occur the name St Vapniac will help trio aid your memory You will raCy see that tho first letter of every name has boon used S for state T for ireus iryW for war etc RewardS1OO 1OO The rcdcrs of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at lenst ono dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all da stages and hat is Catarrh Halle catarrh Cures tIle only i osltlve curd UOW known to the medical fraternity Catarrh icing a constittuttional disease requires a constitutional treatment Jails Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tho blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the j disease and giving the patient strength by building up tho constitu lion and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have EO much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any cose that it falls to cure Send fur I list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by all druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for Constipation Young America James aged six after having had his first ride on a scenic railway described his feelings thus It made me feel just like I was all gone but my soul and that was almost tickled to deathThe Delineator Those Pies of Boyhood How delicious were the pies of boy hood No pies now ever taste so good Whats changed the pies No Ita you Youve lost tho strong healthy stomach the vigorous liver tho active kidneys the regular bowels of boyhood our dlgseUon Is poor and you blame the food Wbats need ed Acompleto toning up by Electric Bitters of all orgaps of digestion Try them Theyll restore your boy hood appetite and appreciation of food and fairly saturate your body with new health strength and vigor 50c at all druggists Famous Silverwarei21 Care should be exercised when select ing forbapoolll and fancy wrong V t pines to see that S the bear the amouibademark IBM ROGERS BROSifr8 which tamp them the ren one Rouen illrciplatr wire For over 60 yean 1847 ROGERS BROS tiller till been bat In the lean of the houtkeerer be cause of Ito wealing quality workmanship and ileilen Sold by leading dealer everywhere Send lor Bata logueCL 1bolnc all pall MERIDEN BRITANNIA CC Internailonal Sliver Co Succeuor MERIDtM COlIN BULBSBUCKBECS BULBS SlCCCCD SPECIAL OFFER Made to tmUd Xew liatlocK A 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ireotor37- QhOCoty Circuit ICoti tT P Ulrkliead Judo Don D mono Attorney WI jUItllUff Uarrn Clerk V Ifaster CommlatonerU Ts Qolihna r8horrittIfartfordLon Black Court convenes first day lit March and August and continues throe weeks and Third Holidays In May and November two weeks County CourtJ1 It Wedding Judge W S Inllley ClcrkC NOSmith At torney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Quarterly Court on the third Monday in January April July And October- Court of ClaltnsConvenes first Tues day In January and first Tuesday in October Otjier County Officers C S Mos el Surveyor Kordsvlllo Ky It Jf JX No2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hart ford Ky It K J No 2 Henry Leach Superintendent Hartford Dr A uJUICY Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COUnTS B S Chamberlain Hartford TueKilaj1 after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday af ter 3rd Monday In June Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December O E Scott Cromwell Wednesday ufto 3rd Monday in March Wednesday after 3rtt Monday InJ une Wednesday alter 3rd Monday in September Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December Ilockport Friday after aftermMonday In September Friday after Monday In December J C Jackson Centertown Saturday after 3rd Monday In March Saturday at tel 3rd Monday In June Saturday utter 3rd Monday In Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In JecembcrIM C Cook Hen fro Tuseday after 2nd Monday In February Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November Thomas Sanders Dundee Wednesday after the second Monday In February Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novem berC V Miles Fordsvlllo Thursday after 2nd Monday In February Thursday after 2nd Afonday In May Thursday after 3rd Monday In August Thursday litter 2nd Monday In November J L Patton llalph Friday utter 2nd Monday tn February Friday after 2nd Monday In May Friday after 3rd Monday in August Friday after 2nd Monday In November HAUTFOHD VOUCH COUNT C JL Crowe Judge 0 B UkenHCIty Attorney Sam Itlley Marshal Court convenes second Monday In each month City CouncllJ H Williams Mayor R T Collins ClerIc S K Cox Treasurer Momners of Council T It Bar nard W J Bean W DL Fair Pen Taylor W II Kills E P Moore School Trustees J S Ulenn chairman W S Tinsley Secretary C M Barnett C M Crpwo and Dr E II Pendleton IIEMQIOUS SERVICES M 15 Church South Services monrlng and evening every first und third Sun tiny in each month Sunday School Ita tn Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening tiny Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist Church Services every Sunda morning and evening Sunday School l43 n m Prayer meeting every Wed nesday evening Itev J W IJruner pastor Christian Church Services every fourth Sunday at 11 a in and 7 p in Sunday School 230 p in Elder Henry Clay Ford pastor- C P Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m und 7 p m Sunday School 943 I lev T C Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 673 F A ILL meets first and third Monday night In each month W E Ellis W M C M Crowe Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 It A M meets every third Saturday night In each month H Holbrook High Priest W S Tlnelc Hartford Chapter No SI 0 E Soo meets second and fourth Monday even- Ing Mrs T 11 Barnard W M Miss Willie Smith Secretary Hough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday night- S A Anderson C O J 0 Keown Kof 11 S Hartford Tent No 119 K O T M meets every first and third Thursday night II T Collins Commander L P Foreman Record Keej cr Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M meets second and fourth Thursday night In each month Mrs Attye Griffin Lady loadyHeeordAcme Lodge No S39 I O 0 F meets second and fourth Friday night In each month A li alley Noble Grand 11 D Schroader Secretory liedhenCampbellRecords nholdllthe first Monday In each month Ash RogersAdJtCarpenters nnd Joiners local No 1SS1 meets tat Saturday night In each month SeerrensA H of E National Officers C 0 Dniyton Pros Oreenvllle HI ntyS D KHtnp Sec and TrcaHIndlunap olld Ind Stato Officers J C Cuhtrlll PIPR Jporgetown Ky IC M Uanielt Vlro Preuldent Hail ford Ky CulhounKyOhio DamKyCP Ford Tieus Hartford Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION JnrttnlIKID o 2 J A Bellamy AVhltesvllle Ky CKyJJ L Brown Ilockport Ky JI SEEDSFred Goirantied to Plus i PlanteisheuldteattbSuprlor JJorthernOrownSeWtSHCUL FOR 10 CENTSpa will tend poitpctld our I COLLECTIONt1tlfrrlewMIa I JOo solpkrrrglmwW4Cbb 10AIirrltupIbrnnv Vrlte tolijl Son It ant M hlp p 1oMtaI u 4 DMklnf Mi4 ain tto OT rao CclticUon to ftUxr with oar Nwd litnutli aMa odd SEED0013a1Itoso8t ITTEI8IQU a ie1Yt Sli lOJlSIOUiiJ j j O U BAKXITT QESMt211 BARNETT SMITHs r1 ATTORNEYS AT LATV HARTFORD KYjtill practice their profession In all the icuria of Ohio and adjoining coua tl SandPcourt oi Appeals Special atJ fLothIce of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican boil Inl FRANK LFELI- XttorneyatLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohitf md adjoining counties and in the Court if Appeals Criminal practice and Cot ecttons a Specialty Office In the Herald buildingl YANCY L rIIOBLEY ATTORNEY AT LAWS HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the ourts of Ohio and adjoining counties ind In the Court of Appeals ary Public Office over First National L Dank JOIIX 11 WILSON CUAS MCnOWB WILSON CROWE LAWYERSt1 e HARTFORD KY Will practice their proteeolon in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office on Main St opposite Court House PATENTSiud TRADEMARKS m7 obUlMdta all couatrltf or BO fM wesbtalaPATE NTS THAT PAY a4nrUM un tborOIabJT it oar lapin mUTielp yea to taocifc tout model photo ordeteh for FREE report on UntbUltr M Jan practice BUR PASSING REFERENCES ForbM OnM Dock on Fronubl ruenU writ to BO3BOB Seventh StreetWASHINOTON D C DSWIFT S KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New DiscoveryF- OB CSLg1P8TtO1H e AND ALL THROAT AND LUNTROUBL- ESGl1ALUfTDD ATIBFAOTO OK XOWXT SEFUMDED T w W PATEN PRDCUREDAND DEFENDEDlen lDOdol draw1Dir toobtain OItlrH ad nee how psuntaurppda 1Dl copjrtihuttc IN ALL COUNTRIES fiuhti direrl mid ttatUngtontavitlitft moitty and of tht patent ExcluslllirWril6J1 maUi BtrHt app Vattai lUUi Patttt Ogre WASHINGTON O CIA tCAaronanInvenllonIsProbably Ialallaacnrecelnptti4Scientific Hthcricatt rlrrullIon rkDraD 1 7U t gl6v r t MeCAU PATTERNS nearlyC I frclIcalalogucale 1 More lutucrlbert thin any othej fashion Lateat f5 I tublcr bo today or teal for a tree plltttn I WONDERFUL INBV In Agents 1oltl nevrcath prize oflcrS IENTSIIHE McCIU CO23IIClHlW rl- r tJJ 3- I r l- r t t I fiRt r I SALE I I TOO MUCH STOCKWe Cant Afford to Carry Over a Stock to Next Season and Then Have Our Trade to Cry old Stock Therefore It Ain t AU Honey and It Aint AU Jamr Keeping a large and complete stock as we have always done and always will do We are compelled at times to unload at a loss We are up todate merchants and SELL TO UPTO DATE PEOPLE and are not conducting an Old Curiosity Shop but a modern tore witheverything NEW and RIGHT in STYLE But the style of this season is the posse the old fashioned of the next that is why on SaturdyFebru 5to ThursdayFabrusty lbWE ARE GOING TO OFFER UNHEARD OF BARGAINS IN EVERYDEPARTMENT OF OUR ESTABLISHMENT Dress Goods We have gone through our entire stock of Dress Good Measuring and putting all short length to themselves Cuttin- g4ie price onehalf their value The very goods you need for Skirts and childrens Suits pout fail to Took these over well A loss to uS But saving values toI youia Silks Spring of 1910 will no doubt be a big Silk season Vo have u new desirable line to show you the price for this Sale will be in reach of all Come lookover the Silks sure to please you Regular f 89ingC w Ladies Neckwear A big special line of ladies fancycol lars Drummers samples no two alike Cheap enough at 25c und 5Cc Our assortment Ribbons One feature of our former Sales has been our big ribbon values Extra wide all Silk ribbon all shades 15e this sale 9c 35c RibbonsY19c iHandkerchiefs 15 dozen Ladies all pure Linen Hand kerchiefs Our regular 15c values alIJC This Sale only 3 to a customer Speei o THIS SALE FOR if r OnlyJ Clothing In we have grouped out will contain our entire sale price of 10 1250 and 1 SuIts at price a lar SacrificeMen Big Suit This sale brings to you a rare opportun ity to buy Cloaks at a price that you can 1 afford to purchase To make buying a i pleasure to our customers we have grouped rj our Cloaks into Three Lotslot No 1 12 50 15 and18 Cloaks our sale- price p il 998 ggtLot No 3 5 0 and 7 Cloaks X398our sale price Our Children Cloaks and Ladies Tailor ed Suits are reduced in like proportiOl Wait ForB- ARGAINS This Sale AWAIT you WN Bed CoveringsLRegular 150 Wool 13latiketsY1 98per9UCr150 Bed Comforts sale 1price 1 19- 11hite Quilts 1alue RUe I 1501Talues lW Table Linens I 19LinellC 9CregularNapkins or Doylies to utatch LIHosiery The Hosiery proposition is a vital 0110- 8ourC Children henti Ribbed Hose 2Oets 39csale I 1 Childrens Underwear Our rule never to array aver 1l1chni wear This wo are going to Stick to if prices will move them Hru iH our proposition 25 ets values 19ets 50lts values 39c Ladies West lOc Pants same lUc liens heavy Shirts me Pants to match39cLadies Union Suits Wc Mens Union Suits SUe Ladies Wool Vest SUe Ladiesol Pants SUe COME EARLY And Get TheifChoicest Bargains IX Rem rnb= the Place Re ierrlber t1ie Date- SATVRAY FEERUARY 5 TO TIIURSEtY FEBRUARY 177- tt rr FAIR COMPANY HARTFORD KENTUCKY 1 4 I r ct- of l1 II N p t Ii i 11 4 L 0 yn 1WHL j rU JITS OPPONENTS T WIN THE FIGHT Codrtylocal Option 8ill In Hostile Committees Hands US FRIENDS TALK OF GAG RULE Next Move of the Advocates of the Maesure Awaited With interest Bill Presented to Prevent the Cus ton of TreatingPropositions of Importance Befrue the Kentucky General Assembly BY J H STUART Frankfort KySpeclalCter a tour days hard struggle the oppo tents of the county unit local option bill won their tight to have that mean Inc referred to the committee on re Ulon and morals on Thursday afler noon The tight came up to tills vay The rules of the senate provide that whom a hili has been printed and Is read n second time by Its title It hall bo referred to no appropriate committee by the president uf the senate unless the ronimltlee to which be refers It shall be changed hy nr majority or the senate It Is understood that Lieutenant Governor ox- nbo is president of the seuato Is favorable to the hili and wond have reforred It to some commltteu that was somewhat favorable to the bill Uqortunatel for the bill tocrnor- WUson had to go to Washington which made President Cox the acting governor and made President Pro Tern Linn the acting president of the senate till lorernor Willson returned It is understood that Liun Is apposed to the county unit hill and If left to him he would rnror It to the rommlt tee on religion and morals which as at present constituted Is opposed to the hilt and will report It unfavorably The rules further provide that when a bill la reported unfavorably It tales a two thlyds vote of the se1ialn to ad- vnnce It to Its third reading Ror that ruasun the frllllds of the huh +ven opposed to giving Llnn an opporlun fly to refer the hill and tried to fight off its reference till LItutonant ever nor Cox al11I l1ecaml the presiding officer of tilt senate The senate is fonlldpred to he about evenly divided If the hill ever come to Ii direct vote with possibiv a slight majority In f1or or the nua are though there nre two or three renators who have voted with the trknds or till bill for the past week who will vote against it Oil final pai- sage and till same number who hnve voted with the opponents of the bill tho will vote for tilt bill on thnal passage The friends of the bill claim that soma most extraordinary parliament try rulings were made In order to rixteh the point where the IJIII was- referred all Thursday while Ihe op- peaanh of the hill sa they we t only following a bang line of precedents in Insisting that till bill should goto tJle religlnh and murals committee Led by Senator Thomas of Bourbon the friends of the bill made fI heper ate tight to hold the fort till Cox rftinged and acme rather vmstlct- hhnps were daholl1 about the gag ralee of the SIIIIo that had been Mdotited so they said for the sole larpasn of defeating the county unit hillJust who the next move of till friends of laral option will ho is not known but It It hrIIIltl they have a card up their skrve5 that vlll he played sorncigne this week but they am kCllln very quiett about their plane 5amcbudy started the rumor chat polltlttl on the utility snit bill had plaiyed II part In having Governor Cox jO to elllt1llati lalil 1Vednesdny thus taking tunn Linn out or thin I1hnlr for tint troy hut It Iii stated here on nudunhted aiithorlty that It had nothing whalor to do with coxs trip III Ohio The present kKtllntllrf is expected to take rnme nllIon ri Native to ills poeing tJr the old ntnle Innse nod thin squaro of ground open which the buildings stand hill qo nee seta s to know eXlllth what wilt become of the hlslorlc old structure Tar first suggestion maim s two years ngo was toduvote tllf building to n slllt historical lUlU I and place It III charge or the State historical society and It mot with much popular favor It that time nil the great mnjolll of the peoplo want the old hnlldlllt pre served because so many hallowed memories or iienluckys grlljt men clneo iS9 are ullsoclatedwlh It Recently a limn has been put on foot to convert it into a state normal and raw school and n bill has been Intro duced In thin house looking to that end Senator hhtlrnam of Madison has introduced a bill nutliorizlug the sale ot the bulldlnC and grounds to the highest bIdder provided os much as 75000 can be realized from th sale but this bill hUH met with n storm of protects fmm till those who want the old building preserved intact There aro three buildings ou the grounds the statehouse proper till executive ulhllnj and the red brick building as the smallest building Is eplled The stdo house proper Is n- ehassIe old structure wIth blc stone columns In trout and a wonderful self lnpportlng spiral stone stairway Jta was erected between IS9 stud 1832- i end iii Telitene l t was gtiMed from the banks or the Kentucky river and sawed out by baud HenrYClay John C Breckinridgo J Crittea den and all of Kentuckys great orator and statesmen for tbeJtt 80 years havo spoken Many historical scenes havu trans splrcll within Its high ceilings and It is looked upon with reverence by nearly everybodyin the state from school children up to the oldest In habitants Till following are the titles to some of the more Important bills that have been introduced during thepast weekAct providing that contrIbutory negligence shall not bo a bar to rev covert of damages but may serve to reduce the amount of damage award ed for death or Injury Act providing for appointment ot four State Bank Examiners by the secretary of state nt 3000 a year salary each two of them to be Der- ocrats and two tepubllclJns the sal nrles to bo paid out of the fees charged the banks for the examInations Act providing for an appropriation of 120000 for erection of buildings for a tuberculosis sanatorium and SsQ000 annually thereafter to main thin IL Act fixing the flun5 mont for burglary at lire imprisonment or thin In nllllon ot the death penalty In the discretion ot the jury Act declarIng all trgraph tele phone express and pipe Ilne com Panics to hI common carriers and i placing them under the supervision ot till t tale railroad commission Actt granting pensions to Confeder ate soldiers Att providing that the state treas- nrer III authorized to pay interest ou mute warrants AItlU prohibit the sale of Intoxlcat lug liquor on legal holidays tj it Is now prohibited on Sunday Art appropriating liOOIJO for new buildings at state university 545000 for same purpose at each of the two state normal schools and uoa0 additional annually to state university for running expenses and IU1I011 an rurally to 1astern Xorrnal school for running expenses- l Ont of the mot unique hills that has over been presented Is one to proliihit the habit tit treating It pinvldes that If anyone shall give or pay for II drink of intoxicating liquor for another ht shall he fined rWIII Slit to 5 and also provides a liar for the kerymr or seller ot till Ilciliur so sold or used In treating It Is contended and properly too causesImllrlstepped that more than half or the evils uf drinking would soon disappear It seems very doubtful however about the enforcement Gf suedh- it law fur it Inulll hI so easily cad If tile law should be passed and led msu desired to treat another could give him the price of the drInk IlId they could wlll Into the I saloon together and each pay for his drink without any one being the wlllr as to where the money camei from t strong effort is brine made nt I this StIOII of the legislature to en ncl a hew that will give women the right to vote In school lllctlons nail Ithe chalices now appear to lavur the passsgo of such II bill it pointed out that Kentucky 1IHr nearly at the bottom of the i states ntl for us the education of Its people is coticerned the per cent of 1tldtcrarv being ro great liS to really I iirs Desha Dreekln iliterjmeeting In Frankfort last week nt- which a number of legislators were I present made a most admirable address on tile subject She said that nearlyy all the progressive states now allow the women to vote In school elections and predicted that If worn en were given the right to vote in- Kentucky they would go to work and reduce the per cent of illiteracy to a minImum In II few years The wom I ens slabs app over Kentucky art talc i lug an active interest In urging thin passage of the law and zt number of lead III leglsAlor nre already pledged to vote for It Senator Claude I Thnrnasot Bourbon has Introduced the bill In the senate and will use I every effort au have Itbccmne tI law I Kentucky had a Democrat or governor tor about live hours last Wed nesday and both branches of the Democrat legislature took a recess of fifteen mlnutc to go clown to the executive olllrl to congratulate the acting governor The law provides that when both the governor and the lieutenant governor are out or the state the president pro ten ot tiro senate shall become the actlu goer nor Governor Willson was In Wash Ington and Lieutenant Gnvernnr Cox was compelled to be In Clnclnoail for a few hours on important business on Wednesday so resident Pro Torn Conn Linn ot Calloway county became the acting governor While lie was In the executive chair a movement was started to have hIm pardon Henry Youtsoy the only one of the man indicted for the murder of Governor Goebel who Is senlng a term In prison A resolution was prepared to bo Introduced In the tOUSIJ and senate asking the acting governor to pardon Youtsey but some of the friends of Linn urged that It would put him In an embarrassing position to Dsle him to do something that tha Ropubllcan governor had not been asked to do so the resolution ps never offered and Youtsoy Is still II the penitentiary x 1Yy mr OURLEYIOUETY NOT AFRA Li LIGHT r Attitude of Leafiere Made 3PlainWithia the Law S- Membors or the D l11cUTOb1ocO So city are repeatedly they think ot the pmbaLle outcome ot the suits tiled itt thoFeral courts by certain Jndapendtlntmnnutrtctur oru against the society and of the iitheFcdornlGov gaUon or the socoty The moot sgnlflcanfIndlcaton ot tho value placed uponrthese matters by the oCtca1 bodIes oftho society is that they go on In tho even tcnor or their way carIng for thG present CrJ and planning confl1cnUy for the future The propcr legal steps have been taken to defend The suits but ttho officers from the main issues and ono rnrcly hears the suits mentioned In the official bdoles tAny statement therefore purport iltg to ho an official valuation ot the went of Juatice It to also opinions tutcs of the UurleY1Tpbacco So ciety Worst be unauthorized and has no other weight thnl1 ttaches to nu expression ot personal opntory But front hIs very atUtudo on the par of tho official bodies deduetnos may be drawn So far as any expreiaton has bee heard regardIng the olIed luveetil- gation of the society bjr the Depart mont of JustIce It is the opinion tILlt the rumor so tar as tt has foun Idatlon Is trlbutnry to pie independent In the Federal courts These suits wilt brIng out all the tnctg us to the purposes and nithods ot tho society and there Is ho apparoLt- reasnu why the Government should nt thIs juncture Ihatitute action manJ1testellhe turned on wltll full power lu a movement that involves moro than 40000 farmers n covered poltcy or i one ot flls1Il or concealment would ThelBurleyto have Its st1tutcs tested lu the Fed eral courts as It has beau Itl ted In In the State courts The adheruuts ot the Burley To bacco Society feel aecureiu the fun dumcaital principlo that tiioproducers of ultimate wealth ar ejttLled to II just proportion ot the profits ot the tlnlshpd product1hn13 principle Inheroll1Itman which rights tli Sherman iuttt- ruoC law was encctrd to protee and which this law has thus hI signally failed to prgee and Ill 110- other Instonco so signally failed IS is iMalbtrtamceottYeteeae llt + ring industry iApdnu w comp thevGrtJ um who have xnocefiafuhi defeated itheptti poses O tile law and aakcd ik be nadO the hisirument fothe ri tinned inS lon or tho men whose rikbtii1i was designed to protect The Burley Tobacco Seckty believes It In nowise oontravet1es the provu Fong of thO Sherman ani trust law and It just auconfidently believes the tho ends for whIch the IOClbty ogn tends will not be surrondereitsl1outd any court find Rho society to conflict with this law This JB net meant in any spirit of defanec of law but as a just npprccUiUon of the nature and purposes oflnw Law Is not designed ta bo n Procrustean bed for honest then to die on Delb are mndo ralth- cr to suit tho needs of men not men made to lie drawn out ur cut short to sUit the length of the bed Laws for the Sabbath were made for man and not man for the laws The Sherman nnUtrust law was meant to be a staff It It turns out to be a club the sarno powers that enacted Jt nray amend or repeal Jt The Burley tobacco growers are not out gatthertng early plucked posies They are In for a fight to the finish and Ule fact that tho tIght may be lung hard and determined In no way affects their purposes ThrIce Is ho armed that bath his quarrel just twoIBurley Tobacco Society han no rcs- ponsllilllry other than that eharedi lIy all good citizens These infractions may have been committed by sympa- thliers cf the socIty or they may havo bath their source In personal grudges So far os the Burley belt Is concerned they have bees entirely local and SporadIc The Burley Pobac- ao Society Js no moro responsible tor there disorders than any pontlcal party Is for the disorders on eletfJon day But we shall not forego elections liccauso partIsan zealots quarrel and even kill each other Every forward movement In history mas been nttemkd whih morn nr 1e s disorder These disorders have been nn excreCCQce and un audiUonal burden to the real workers In the movement They form po part or the essence and method of the movement One ot the results of tho birth ot the PrInce of Pearce was the burning fo heretics and still the world knows that nothing could be farther from the spirit and essence d ho teaching of the gentle Nazzarene But why should tIle nlghtrl1cr question at this juncture claim ro much space lit Northern newspapers Who is behind this dlgglllg up and exploiting of happiness now two years olll Are there no lIvo Iirsuea requIr- Ing consideration Is the object to hunt out and punish the night riders to scare tho tobacco growers Into ubmll510n to UIO trust For Rheumatic Pains As 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