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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c rt t Bqubikan- h w Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL FilE P OPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per YearI VOL XYII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 11 1910 No 30 COURThSOON TO DE IDE The American Tobacco Company Case Sherman AntiTrust Law Will be Again TestedDoings of National Capital Washington D C Feb Ii 1910Tho greatest anxiety prevails among think Ing men In the administration In eluding the leaders of Congress re- k gardlng tho forthcoming decision of the SUpreme Court of the Lntted- Statee In the case of the Amorl can Tobacco Company It the drelslon of the lower court Is SUStalned It reelverdirectors of that great corporation will be tUschargetl from further re sponslbllIty and a receiver will as sumo charge of Its aftars II10t for the purpose of administering them In Ute Interest of stryckholders but for the purpose of wlnding theI affairs or the company of dh1110IlngII of Its assets presumably to est bidder and or casting adrift on the tlnancIal fiCa the integral Batts- of that great aggregation of concernsI This will Inevitably result In tear securitiocttafflrmatk by the court or ktsy re Krtaf th principIa Involved wUl lave tho administration no alternative but Immediately to Institute butt against ptactkoth1y every concern whloh has boon constructed on tilmlllll1 llucs Ono does not need to be a pffislmlbt to fro a con lt1on bordering on In dustrlalchaon as a result of the disintegration of the chief coyer rations of the country But kf they aro round to exist In vlolaUon of tho law they must come down and It Is President Tafts belllt that It Is far better to seenme ohuotic conditions for n short time thatb to allow thv illegal corponttons to ob trln agrasp UOll the co11l try which eight novor be shaken off rllere Is nu ilket hood that the ad- minlstratrleu federal h1Co111orutlol- 1mcaSUN will rlCClvo tavorable ac tion by ellh1 llottse of Congress It this oossion There has beott some relulotunce on the part of tho aeatkrs- to admit this fact but they hayee Tina ly concluded that there is nOlOd end tQ bo served by concealing 1t Two lectors oontrlbue Uo tILls slhrs ion Flhtt11I would be ImlOESlblo to adopt logislatflqof such tar reaching ImlOr R tance In tll face of determined tp- vosttion or terotnority It would be talked to death Sate nen- woro It poslble under whlll antttltt C 1to obtain a majority for It in tl- r Houro In the sceondd place thero Is grave question regarding the pohitkal oXpodlency of such legislation Deno- cnatlcw administrations regarded the i Sllor nan law us n dead hotter and ft sally It fell to a Republican admlnl8 radon the law came under JJo direction or nox the them At and4 toraeygeneral ho roouslut it and secured for It such judicial In- terprotatlon us gave It force Since the havolgthe statute The now at n time when the end sought soouis about to be attained to mitigate its effects is seriously queq tloned especially In vlow th prosneot temper of the ofI plo Wore the only sufferers thooo mariagOlS or groat comblnaton t who have brought them 4nto belug there would betno SltaUon what eyel about permitting them to take It the con equences Qlthetr awn laaMles- snesa but the anxiety that Is felt ism duo to A vast number of Iooooent i people whom it would be fanpossthll- bt save from puniehinent intended for t f6w Amrelcaw generally llttt realize t the tmpottamtt part which the Nation 1 fttl Rod Ortxis may play is this dip l UcaUafor thTh natton That the servkes rcndrd by that organ seUon at Blueflelds contributed mater 1ally1oto ally the resentment amused bythOIrobYl Tl1attho oDeroaltT andUu e Jrt- 1 i linens ot the MSIBtnco render od by the Red Cross to tho sufferer lrem tho earthquake In tiro vicinity of Messina has srved most stm1JIJI J cement the bonde of rrlondsh111 bo- I tweon this country and Italy ds a well roatgnkzcd fact But n 1lCcnt and unexpeetod development trf Ills tlower for good has nttxacticd the attention of those members of Iho atlmlnh- tra ion who have to do with thoatj- uslmcnt of tariff relations under the Payee law and who learn that because of prompt and eftecttvo I- Jslstnncc roulcned to those afflicted by the Park floods thfro is a grow lag sontimnet In Franco that tho government nt paris should stand ready to make all reasonable ooneasslons to- i the end that there shall be no Virkff I war between that country and tile United States Such ends have or- cou1feI been called forth by the min- I ltratlons or the Red Cross but thus welcomeIor tJle cost of living ooniemplatod by the Senate will not Include hear I Ings from great multiplicity or wltnsseest The existing instruman- talltles of the government will Ie DoIpartmontto procure and presort In I1allt reifrom dho facts regarding prices celved by the Initial pioducers and =o theII are Delsucura coot ot manu facturo BalUng prices ot tJ1J mlll and so on In this way it Ig believed the I Informhtton can be quickly procured- and an analysis nhd report made before Congress adjourns opator Lodge the author of the Santo i solution Is or the oplclon that the invest gnUou will show that the prides throughout the world have Increard as a rostilt or the Increased produc tion or gold p OrLIQUOR INTERESTS BOUGHT 4 SENATORS Watkins Makes Serious Charge Against Fellow Members of Legislature Frankfort Ky Fob SSenator J J Watkins or Union eounty author or the county unit bill this afternoon made the statement on the flour nya the 1 cn a ty Qntt saloon League Convention that ill hud coiue- to him that four Senators laid sold out to the liquor interests us ho put it for 20000 Senator WoUdlJs did not give any names but stated later that he could F1v the name of his iufotmrcnt Ho 1dto dry foreo had come to- Fiunktor cale4wo fttrcrq out or- thlrtlclghit Senudombwt tlutt sInce the Legislature opened our mOmoot have forgotten their pledges Representatives Waggoner or Henry county author of the house county unit bill also made n strong fitte mont Ho declared that In a recent mtctlng of the dry forces a cum PUwUon had boon made or the I11oooy spent by iobbylats who appeared before oommittcea for or agnln1Jt oer- tatii bills lVt tJ1olnst 51lon and that It tthtaled He 67000Ithe antioptonists were not content wth the d feat of the county unit bill but that they wore involved mgr or lea ln every 1mpoJltant place of lg1slaUlJn pending before the General Assembly Senatior Watkins said that there had come to him a rumor uta pro posed oon pro O on the county unit extonslon by WItch fourdh class enter mtght be included Ho said M would ya for any 1e strlot1vclegtslatfn which he could got but that aboveall he was unoom- promlslDg1y for the connlty unit b111a A Big Show for Sale One of the finest and best equipped mOving plet r6shows in Kentucky for sale Will exchange for land or goneIntoor write me at Bearer Dam Ky 4 Your truly tt AD TAYLOR T ti STOCKHOLDERS OF SAVINGS BAN Held Under Double Liability Law By Judge Evans Appeal Will he Taken to Higher Court for Further Hear ingiJudge Walter Evans of the UnIted Mates Court bus handed down an opinion In which he held that the stockholders of the Owensboro Sw- IniB Bank and Trust Companywhich fatted In April 1J08 who hwo not- bon discharged In bankruptcy ate liable to the creditors under till doublelIablllt act or the State of Kentucky That is where a tooklwld er for instance held 1000 ill capital stock lie losos that amount In tile J089 of the stock and ho must put up 1000 more to be dtsributedamong the creditors of the defunct bank who provo heir claims Prior to June 1J06 the Owonslraro Savings Bank and Trust Company afar capitalized at 100000 On that date the capital stock was increased to 200000 It Is alleged that James H Parrish presdent of the bank A L parrish J Otdis Parrhth Georgi- aN S Parrish W E Parrish and Istc N Parrluh all dlroctom in the bank owned over 100000 of tltecapi tal stock when the InsUtuoten was forced Into the hands or a nceher In April 1J08 by the Secretary of State rnccne bank officials live boon discharged in bankruptcy and the judgement given yesterday excepts thom James II Parrlfth since the failure of the bUlk hus bEen tried and entereed to five years ill the penitentiary on Uro charge of rnlI- YaplIllIrljtlng the funds tlf the bank lie Is stlll fighting the crlmnnl 11m- ceedlllgs on an appall When T A Podley Qf Onvatishoro- was DllOnktl receiver of the batik John Conway anti other foreign crt- dltor hat Is uoaresidenrs of the Statebrought suit In the Federal I Court to compel the stockholders undo the State doubleliability cwt to put an additional sum equal to the amount of their holdings of the Call tat uock to be dlEtrlbutld among the creditors There are about li02 cretlilors representng all indebted urns of nearly lfiOOOOO So tar according to the judgJmcnt elatms amounting to 7813485 have bean proven and filed The other creditors still have time In which to prove bf rclainls The stockholders In tile concern were numerous outside of the Pan family put molt or them only held small amounts of stock In the noo- Gcorgo W Jolly of Owensboro and Alex P Humphrey of Louisville represented the following stockholders of Owonshoro J N Aoop JOOO Al lan Reid 5000 Samuel R Ewing 1000 William E Whitely 1000 Mfrs E Hale 1000 Mrs M II Roberts 1000 rigs Virginia Oat boon 500 Ezekiel Rice ot Louis vile to alleged to hold 26000 worth or stock Even should the coeditors finally obtain the many from the stock holders it is claimed that the percent liquldated of the Indoblcdnos9 would not amount to over 3 par cent after the costs or litigation are deducted Immediately after the judg moot had bean tiled Attorney Jolly for the stockholders glve notice that givenforeaso lead been heard In the United States Circuit Count of Appeals The stockholders are resIsting the suit to the charges Ithlit the bank jwas wholly neolvemtt in 1906 when the fromiQI wore doooiVedby the offcershrto I Itlain debt when tho capital dtock was dneleaned ARROWS Mr Jarrott y 1Idt1tIonday for wlh13 0roP wh6re hO will aevmalmionheIn t3cbool- Muse pcndI Eunloo Shsiltz Is in FordsvUo DrT McDotvehY and Herbent 4 t cL Ralph of Dundee will leave next w fora trip ibrough Oklahoma Mr R c1e Bewley and wti lvw- moved to OWIJI1Rborti Mrs Cltrlie Baker and chlldr1l o- Illnnis or fr home Monday after a two week vlst with relaUvey here Reprosenutlve W S DNIII CII1 n homes to tine hits family Saturday anr- Jroturned tll Frankfort Monday 1eirv D P Petty und E G Iar- by were in FordsvllIo Tuesday Ytir Frank Berkley has a vlelen- attact of pneunrotilo Miss Isabel Thorn Ws Is very sick ot whoupjllg cough with bronchial complication hlr John Renfrows little daughter 1tlzabetb Is suffering wlih whocplui R sough and pneumonia More Ulan n half million pounds of tobacco have ban received zero The deliveries here OOtJ1 to have boon made with greater satistaetton- to the sellers Chan those made ut fOUlO other poltita Most of tiho tobaoeo do- hivcretl here was of lour quality and prices were lower than last year but Mr Alonzo Phillips the trader for the farmers and Mr S B ItC- repTesentatvo or tho Amel1can To bacco Company gave the people every cent the company would tand for under till contract and till farllklS had 1t2tlo cause for complaln tX colt the aaLract which WS mado- on II type satultle too high A large acreage of tobacco is being prepared for and a great deal of sects Is b iug sown hurIOI Mr anti Mrs Carson Park proud of heir baby girl BANKERS OPPOSE BRUNERS PLAN I They Want Department of Bank ingInste uoi Scheme of State Secretary Frllllfort Ky Feb SThe menu hers of the State Bankers Aswdatl- OIL heUcc that the bauklg hacr est of Kentucky are of sufflcfentdni porhrace fur u Department et arnk tug turd lu coneequenco sonny of them aro nga nfl t the bill which Is favored by Dr Bruner Secretary of State giving him the QIIlJlntllll3l1t offour bank oxulllnCTs anal maltlug him the IU1dI of the frank examination the S tae The bankers stmt III acted loin law olio bill offer t1 by- Reprmewtalvo Klalr In tll llouse and by Sentaer B M Aruet In the Sen Ze which provide for a I1e pal mem of Banking conductnl along rt1mentGovernor Is to appoint too Comiiib- sloner of Bunking limn a Ik t tombml- ttld to him by tIle Sute Buikerri Association which will Jnsuro that J I man undcrstnnds banking and Is- oompotcut to conduct the office wall be in charge of the work The Exaeii live Committee of the Shlto Btulc era Agrooclatdon oomgioscd of such men us J N Keitoe J A Sullivan ctaIXnce Dellum John Stlte1J and ottt ors ant unnalmwusly for thIN bill and believe It Is for thobff hnwr- osts of the State A promtnont bunker IndIacuss1ng the two bills said The bankers of the State desire a Department or Banking and this lu provided for in the bill tntrotluc- ed by Senator ArneY and Mr Klatr It provides for a Dtp11rtmenot of Banking at the head of which iito- bo the commli lolmer at n i dory ot 3600 a YXmT who 13 to have Iln M- sistl1lt at 3000 n year and three examiners at 2000 a yrol or U tor tai of salarIos of 12600 excluslto of expenses Dr BruneT has a bm oitere giving him the authority to appoint four bank examinora at nn nnnual salary of 3000 each or 12000 for oraml- ncrs alone It does trot crcatn a Be pantmontiof Banking and this str pervlxprovlplad by4t wilt nm btu bankerslandarmln 1s wthln 600 oC the etitiro salarHst of an efficient de- portmenE Wanted BUdIdress M W BARN RD Uartford Ky 60t1 PARRISH BEHIND PRISON WALLS Occupies a Cell in Peniten tiary at Eddyville Is Accompanied by His Wife and Adopted SonLast Chapter In Gigantic Failure Eddyville Ky Feb JTonlght James II Parrlsh at one time thcllI- legoo Napoleon or lolnnocc of Ves- tern Kentucky occupies n ell In the state penitentiary at this place He Iwas tired and weal after his long trip from the Hawtsvllle jail where lie had been confined for the past ten months and SOught his litlo Iron bed for rest early tonight lie llflcllred to bQ sleephtg soundly when the guard made Ills fire round ot the penitentiary corrJdors Whcn tM heavy iron doors of the ixuntentiary were chased on the former preshdent or the dfurct Owens boro Savings Bank and Trust corn patty late his afternoon the final chapter hail boon written ill one ot thin most glganuc case of bank wreckhig In the hlsnry of K ntucky lie was sentoiod for IL tJrm of five years but will be alowoo three months oil each your for good h- liwlor From tho time that the bank closed In April BIOS until It tow days ago Parrish has declared that a Ulvlue lrovldnctJ Would intervene and that ho would never tin six to the p enltentlary Whets the court of nppcals affirmed the virdiet of the IJuncock county jury In entoneIn him to fIt years in the penltentlary- on tho charge or receiving Ihlllfjlt when he knew leis batik to be itusoly eat he did not give up hole but had his attorneys tile a motion for U 10- hNrlng Whon this motion was overruled he wanted to take his eai to the federal courts Jut Ltd attrI- 1eys could find WI gmtuids upon which such netion could lie taken Purrlsh accompanied hyhL wife aurl adopted sou Philllp Halo Fur rlsh and Mrd Parrishs hrlUIl henry Motutan of Own IJOio 11- rlvell at Eddyvllle at 3 ochrk thll afternoon Sheriff Drown allowed- Mr Parrish to accompany hie wife tu tho hotel where they spent about hourThe WitS brought to the penltnetiar alrut 1 occk thIs afr- ornoon He Bald goad bye to hbt wife and adolltd son fn tlto office of the pmdtnrtiary and was mhnn turned over to the guards Parrllh WM- takcn into the cell lntisn and strip givenlanot shaven his halt living been cut rather eloso before lie left Htwes vllle Ho was next given n snit of stripes which IIC donned tic was WI signed tot cell by hbnself In thee morning 1Varden I llgtr- mau will send thin former bank to the shoo factory whierd he will be assigned to work It Is not known What ltoblon ho will be given It has boon slid Ito may be uuulo the shipppng clerk There are 650 prlStJIIQrs In the Fd- dyvlllo penitentktry nearly all of thesis being from Western Kentucky Mrs palrish will tike up her real deuce In EdlLvllle so M Ito be near her husband She will be allowed to visit him every Sunday tend oftener if It is necessary CENTERTOWN Fob 10ourclrtzens are busily engaged lu fixing for a home telephone exchange C S McMllllam and daughter Ldlm Alta are visiting friends artd rul- aUves In Clinton 111 o K Rowe wife and daugbterAn- na Elizabeth bays returned to their home in Render Carl Park and Jesse Felix nf hart ford visited tho family of Led Mason Sunday Robert Rowe of Illness Is hero vIsiting his father A B Rowe Mrs Atchlscm or Dundee ds visiting the fqunily or Dr Baker W A TlcMnol and family visited IIt Island last week Miss Irene and Vera Maddox of Providence vsMtad Miss Willie DI6 op last Suuday E II James Is with its again after making a flying trip to friends abut- nalatlvcs Sn DIleM nail Melixut counties I It S Ashby hUH 10111 hiM town prbpr- orcy to Alva Caloway of Snllll1huua Our Stmdaty schools nm doing boas work tendwce large Roy R D Bettor dlllhcred two sermon for us Sunday and Sutulay might Worlds Smallest Dog Accidently Killed New York Feb SIUU1 the smallest dog In the world is deal Twice the winner of the blue ribbon at the Madison Square Gradent botwh show Rita net I1ccldcna1 heath at the hands Qf n waiter In New York hotel TIle doS which wigheed Wthan twenty ounces was I1sloop In her mistress muff on a table where she wu dining The polite waiter started to hang up the muff and Rita fell to the floor breaking tier- neck The dog owned by Mrd Maude n Townsend was valued at 41500 ANOTHER VICTIM- OF MINE HORROR Miner Whose Skull is Fractured With Brain Protruding is Still Alive Central city Ky Fob 7ClineI- Sherftold n young single man w2ws was In the explosion fn the mino of the Elk Valley COlIslerJrtl Coal Mining company on Tuesday Feb 2 died at nonn at Ills homo l1- tEnnis where Ill hall been token tin niudlately nfltr lr log mnicovertd front the mille Both limlu load been brok on ore so lordly crushed and mangled that It because necesmay to ant potato It on Sunday This makes rthlrtyrx who have lent their liveS in the mite at Brow der with sewrnl others in a critatl condition The most remarkable c toe Is that of Jerue Jernigan whose skull war urn badly crushed that the tmtin was XloSOc1 He still hives and says that hQ will be at work in I 6 tow daysOn account of the 1cclclJ11t a nuni- brr of mlllelJ have moved to other movingtinbear iu Central Cry employing mUll eonItern praiotes to e this is lln huluOttlWllt to fI miner tt this time of the year The mine iii fogt11OIIbusily engaged In going tluaugh rite mines in that part of the county and hta sugg steel ways Iud coon to make the mines safer The operattarsI are carrying out their IniitructiolltJ promptly eg FOR THE BUSY READER Grant P Trmt of Tennestelu a Judge of the First Instance in the Pldliplihies was nppolntad a Justice or the Supreme Court of the Philip pleat to succeed Juaeo Elliott who I ha been made a member of the Philippine Commission The Kentucky Racing tumnulsadon grated dttea for the coming scaaJ1 Tuesday Lexington Is given toim April 30 to May 7 The Kentucky Deby will be run May 10 And the Louisville meeting will continue uutll- Jutre 4 Latonia will open Jutto G and clooo July 9 Notice On account of the meeting of tJWool Gtmirrb Saturday Feb 6th tho- I mooting of 1lattfard Local No 604 called for that date tailed W lxtve a meeting In view of title tact I hereby request that all mumbera or said local roeot at the oouT1tJbouro rln Hartford Saturday Fob 26th for tM purpose of paying dues electing officers and for thJe traDSJcton of any other business that may come vv for oonskdcmattonF PIRTLE Prue- C E SMITH Soc 1A t I p si- I 1 f j- t I Iu I 11 S OUR SEMI Iviy 0 t 1 c I i ri-M l F i s t 1 rf UtflhIIiI I EVERYTHING GOES REGARDLESS OF PRICEST We must make room for New Spring Goods This Sale is not for our profit but for you it is a grand saving Come early and get the choicest bargains SAlE BEINS 11 J 1 CLOSES MONDAY FEBRUARY 21 r I MENS CLOTHING- Our entire line we are om ring at greatly reduced pricesOur 10 suits at 848 Our 8 and 750 suits at 598 Some good prices in Mens Odd Pants one third oil 4on all odd Pants SEE OUR BARGAINS IN SHOES NOTIONS Pearl Buttons regular f ets kind 2 dozen for 5e Needles regular 5 cts kind 2 packages for 5e Handkerchiefs 10 cts value 8e JIoso 25 cts value 18c 15 I 12e 10I 8c Sweaters Underwear Etc One lot of Mens and Boys Sweaters 39c it t t 80e Mens heavy Shirts 3ge Pants to match v 39c 1 Scarfs reduced too8ge75 cent Scarfs reduced to G3e 50 I I 3ge CHAIRS A nice Hocking Chair Q8c A better Rocking Chair 229 The best Rocking Chair you ever saw for 8429 A Full Line of- MillEnd Goods l fBig Cloak and Ladies Suits SacrificedO- ur 12 15 and 18 Ladies Suits go at 998 Our 8 and 10 6pS Children and Ladies Cloaks reducedr jiko girbpor- x tion One lot of Ladies all Wool DressSkirts go at 279 a 1 I Please do not ask J to t- atcharge anything these pries during this J leJx Everything in Stock Not Mentioned on This Bill Except GROCERIES Subject to TEN PER CENT DISCOUNT Dont Forget tHe Date Dont Forget to Come Ifr TH2S SAZrE JS FO CASE Q Ly GIBES C01 J ROCKPORT KENTUCKY 1- r i- J f i w tU I I c I 1 rt r f 1 VII1P t t AS nNIQUE e BIRTHDAYWET People Plan Huge Memorial To Washington Wall to Spread Knowledge Will Raise at Nations Capitol New York F bPI nnJng for the blgglst birthday present In history to be given by the Annertcanareuple for the father of their country on the 22nd of this month loaders of theII notional movement to build a 2 ILl1l1attheir cwmpalgn to asoure the project in this city today With the active support of every national patriotic and learned soclety as well as thou anWJ of public spirltOO cltlzolls al WashingonJldeut that the people of this coun 6ry will Join to celebrate Washington lLrthday this year by offerlnl this living monument to carry out WaEh- Jl1gtons wlfh for the general dU- ftWon of knowledge If ovcry American wit lend a hand durng the next low weeks It Is declardd this great auditorium that Is t adly 1100- ded by aU the national orgnnJzatonB f the country may be realty started Sn the 178th anniversary of the birth of the JIrt president Hundreds of members of the Wash Ington Academy of Sciences the Na tional Federation of Art tho National Academy of Sclenoes and the American Medical Association as well as of the Grand Army of the Ropub lie the United Confederate Veterans the Daughters of the Amedale Revolution and other patriotie bodm sire today actively working to enlist the support of tOO ttcrplo in every section of the cotmtry for this Wahtng ton memorial Thousands of ohlldren- In Uto ochoois of every titntc In the union are also rosorted to be calling upon their playmates togvc a dime tp buy one brick In the groat struc- hro that will carry out Washing tons last wlsh Preachers teaeltets and public speakers are volunteering from many communities to rally their townsman for the big Washingtons Birthday project In every toww In the land It Is proposed to hold mitES lueetings and raise funds for this birthday gift of the American people to George WC1ShlngtOm To promote Institutions for the general diffusion of knowledge according to the parting admonition of Washington to his people Is the ebJect or the proposed hoadqual tees and auditorIum that Is to be built for nil the learned soeletks of tllte nation In his name Ieaders In rel entitle and educational work today assured Mrs Henry F Dlmcck lJrt3I delit of the George Wuihtngton Memo rial Amoclatlon who Ls leadtng the movement at 25 East 60th street in this city that the present sack of adequate convention faeilties at Mash Ingum is serIously hampering their Progrccss as well tea shaming this country In tlto eyes ot the lLonrntll so- cleUc6 ot other nations XJthlng could further the t111cad Of uclenoo and knowledge better than the erection of such an instltutioyt as the George WwJl1lngtu11 Moanoritl flail they declare Every AmlJrl0311 owes II ntolnl debt to George WushlnlgtJn whore last request of his people was for just such an Institution IR we h pe to gee raIsed In hL name mid Mrs Dimock today It Is to parry out 4 Oro dearest wish of our fist pre9ldopt that wo are Ilosklllg Ill loyal AmfJICIIUIKto cQliltTlbute to fire establlduncnt of the Gcosge 1Vtlsli Ington Memorial Hall which we are assured Is the thing most needful to promote knowledge In Iho nation tn day Every contrlbutcr will ueeelv- eaceitiflcate su holder of ri lerIJctu- al interest In the big building not well as a souvenir buttmt from our htadt- puartelts at 25 East 60th street wibor- oeulistantial supjort Is already being- received from all oWlr tho aruntry Struck a RIch MIne 8 W Sends of Coal City Alasays- ho struck a Perfect mine of health to Dr Kings New 1lfalJlIs orthcy cured him of Liver turd Kidney after 12 Years of suffering Tltey are the best pills on eLnlh for Cdnsti- pntion Malaria lfcidaohe Dyspopsia Debility 25c lLt all drppghts Delightful Party There was i party ut tho homo of lilies Groce MUdsj near Narrows Tuesday night AU that wore Present reported a nco time They had music Dnd played enjoynblo games- ThoseisiC1Lt were i + Jts5c Addle StCIali rdatjanlel uu Quaker Oats is the worlds food Eaten in every countryeaten by in fan ts2athletes youngand old- Recognized as the great strength builder Delicious andeconomical Regular tec pttaaes and hermetically sealedtin torhotclimates S2 Myrtle Penlbcrton Drtta Pemhorton Eunice Maraw Jessie Marlow Emma Potty Myrtle and Elva Mihhell Maud enrdeon Jede Shrhwe Charlatte and Smnn and Olga Cook Bersle Buly Mon nfo Slnnett Bethel Cobb Dula Evans Miss Copjtage Mr and Mfr 1Valtcr- Marlow Mr and Mts Clarence Glass- Mr Ralph Arnold Drown Alllo Ten tress Frank Petty Sam Petty EverItt and Ramon Mxrdutll E Penrebntmh Homer Robtneon Edward Frce DavId Sanders Bob Neuton Lawrence Smith Runner Smith Everitt Truman Dc ward Carden Alonzo Smith Harvey Marlow Wesllo Daniel WlII1cQ Cof- fpenfant Shrcve Smt4b Zile 00 The Bast Hour of LIfe Is when you do some great deed or discover come wonderful tact This hour came to J R Pltt of Rocky lit X C when he was suffering In tensley ire he says fronl the worst coM I ever had I then proved to my graft satlsfactlnn what a wonhnlul Cold and Cough cure Dr Kings New Discovery is For after taking one bottle I was entirely cured You cant say anything too good ot n medl cane like that its the surest end best remedy for disased lungs Hemorrhages laurlppe Asthma hay Feverany Throat or Lung Trouble Soc 100 rudal bottle free GUM anteed by all druggists Not Finished Americans are so unfinished has been the complaint of Europeans We arc and glad of It Yankees are start ling the world with theIr achievements and will we believe stick to the habit Life on Panama Canal his had one frightful drawback mala- rla troubletbat Tans brought suffer Ing and death to thousands The germs cone chlllt fever and mgtl- ebililousneu jaundice lassitude weak ness and general dcbllity But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malaria troubles Three bottles oompItoteIy cured mo of a very severe nttmt of malaria writes Wm A Fretwell of LUclma N C and Ive had good health ever slnOl Cure Stomach Liver and Kidney Troubles and prevent 9ylipoid SOc Guaranteed by all drugglsts Electric Fans In Church Nearly 100 electrIc fans are em ploYed to keep the air cool In St Thomas cathedral Bombay probably the only place of worship In the world so equipped Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and muffs AU work guaranteed Prices reason able lIarlford Pressing Club Stops the Cough heals tile Lungs QUICKS COUGH NE If not better then any other money back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO IVANSVILLII IND Room Papered with Stamps Richard Sharp of the Jubilee stamp llouso North Oersted Dognor has been collecting postage stamps for 44 years lie has an entire room papered with them and festoons of stamps hang across the room There are about five million stamps In nil and their face value Is SOOOOLondon Eve fling Standard The Golden Mean A certain English mayor whose period of office had come to an end was surveying tho work of the year I have endeavored ho said with an air of conscious rectitude to administer Justice without swerving to partiality on the one hand or Impartiality on the other Division of Salary What exclaImed Mrs FlI1t1olgb You don t mean to tell me you pay a girl 10a week for cookIng Oh no replied Mrs Urbandale We only pay her 2 a week for cooking Thu other S is for staylngChl sago Daily News Chiiaron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORI f A T ONE MAN BUILDS A RAILROAD Silent Man Is Doing Most of the Work Himself on This West ern Kansas Line 1 In the hills of western Kansas In lIoogtIDan county one man Is build lag II railroad He is building It by hhntelf literally unless one counts the tour mulcu and the ucraper thAt rrro necessary for the making of Ute grade Rudolph Moyers a native of Jet ftSOJ1 county Ian has wught no bond ISSUES and the right of way lie hair a eured thus tar ho has bought with hIs own money For IS months he has bU working quietly on his roadbed anti in those IS monthS every one who has asked him quot9lons has received a nod of his head Jar his patnn Meyers will say nutblng And the neeuLt or this noncommittal attitude hag been that not alone hr Jetmore the county iSetlt of Hodgcman county tulking la an excited way but the eru1ro Seventh and Eighth Congressional districts are dlseurstng the peculiar enterprise which one man Is fostering This railroad whIch M 13ers has standd Is ptauned W xttlld troni Jet more to Garden City 54 mlles It will run almost due west and would affonl a cotmcction with Ule Jetmore branch of the Santo Fr which now extends from fanned to Jttmore The people of Jetmore and the cousitry around it always have RJught L we tern coalecUon with Garden City which would nffosd another junction with thoSante Fos main line For 20 years men have beam predicting that some day that line would be built that It would have tobe built In the middlll eighties oven the Santa Ioc mule IL survey and lulll out grade sticky some ot which are etill In evidence along the grade beIng oe- tabpished by Meyers But the Sang Fe gave up Its plan yaeis agU and rights were nlInqulhd by it Meyer has been sir profoundly silent that the people have hover been able to get so much as an lutimatiOlI tWill him lie has Ivied In a shack out a few miles from town has wOlked everyday and luau attended strictly to his own business And nOV utter 18 months Jctmoro- Is waking It finds that Mryers the mysterious nt1n has completed nearly two miles of Ms roodbdlJ all two of the roughest miles of the pnipmed route between Jftmoro unit GaldenI City two miles that were flllpd with hlll5 that went us high as SO feet which Myers reduced to the levels two miles that were intett ixse4 here and there by rliUSI many feet deep which reelS filled after eeasll s work He has established a roadbed on what is practically the only route that can bo followed if any one wishes till build railroad from Je more tO Galileo City und therefore it Meyers never XImplets hIs OWJI road he will hold Use necessary key for aury one else who wants to undertake the task Western Publisher To cure LsOrfppe and Coids la 24 hours take Cold and LaGrippe QU ICKS Medicine TAULIITS1 If your druggist does not keep them send 25e 1- 0J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Evansville lad and get then post paid Guaranteed School Closed Rob Roy School Dlillct oljta- llgllt by Prof Otis 1Volluiee clesad Friday nIght Jon 2J 1DIO of which all TCglOtld vary much to so wind to l clt1 C And nhovc nil wo hated 01 much to give up our much lIlllcciutt11 teacher who has been with us the- last short six months Each and everyone are livIng In hope that we rnny he able to secure him next year Friday afternoon way tllHmt in tulkN by patrons and l very much uipprcet aced and lnterestipg talk by teacher After which all enjoyed IL wry ltbctml treat of fortyfive oundsOf candy and ono hundred orturges Afaevv which the following received nlco books for every day attendance Anulet Leach Martha Sandefur Agnes WillIam Atmlo WillIams Charlie Williams Thurnley WIIIlulI Job IJCach S D Leech W C Leash Boyd Davis and Floyd Davis Roscoe Embry received I book for receiv big the uno t head marks In his clawa And at 630 p tn all gathered In to enjoy the entertainment prepared by teacher nndd puphs with followIng pmllatnIleaLtatfoo by Master Davis The Wasp and the flee by W C und S D Leach Two ota lhlll lly Floyd Davis Dent Fret by Boyd Davis The Broken Doll by Pauline DIrJrlrd Speak Gently IIyDuiah LfsiGllResi tatkn b Sep Turnloy1Vllllanis- A3leppon Tiro Switch by 1Vlnnon- tThylur lnps Pet by L16tle Mlu- suwttae Davis Smlle by Elmer Embry The Child and the Bird IIY Iomlr Leach I and Annie Williams The Adwlnced- OeoG1aIhy I by Martha Sat1dclur as Teacher Loyd Render Clifford Rends Rnreee Embry Charlie Williams Efflo Leach Bulah each and Annie WUllall1t1 Bill Masolrs Bride by- Ixsyd Iteuder Katie Leo and Willie Gray by Wayne Leach The May Queen Dialogue by Annie Leach- Martha Sandefur Mary Wllllams RoM Wllllams Virgie Ialln Jim Sandefur RocouEmJryjThe by Murtha Sand fu1 Roy Williams and Wayne Lech Now Years Deed I by Annie Leach Taking the Census by Mary Williams and Vlrgle Iitlln Home Sweet lIomo by Martha Sande fur The Drunkards child by Vlna Stevens Clifton Stevens Virgle Malhr and Rob Williams Signing the Pledge by Annie ieitcll Ills Royal Nibs Dialogue by Rub Wllllams Job Leach VIrgie Malin Loyd Render Roy WIl llama ltarlle Williams Wuyne Ioch Mary Williams tllll Martha Saullefur The loItlghwned Beau by Jim SlIudJ WilllamlfIIod House by Mary Williams The Temp ornlY Squire by Jim Sandefur Aiugv- iWilliams Job Leach stud Perry iiE- mbl n The Kentucky Watersnehip- by Jee Stevvpts and Chnrle4IV hl- iams Doctor Snowball by Clifton JlIDSandefurI Vli1tams Job Itdclr Rob WIILams and 1rrymnn Etnbry FaTCffI by Mary IVIlllams t ngGod lie With You Tili We Meat Again by snccolI And delightful music all of the cvcn- ing by the colored blind The entiro school wish Prof Wal lace a prosperous future mud hope we may have him os our teacher an other scar A Pupil- S The soothing spray or Elys Liquid Cream Iblm USd In au atomizer Is nn uueliakable relief to sufferers from Ottarrrh Seme of tllent describe- it as a GIl wend and no wonder TIlt thick foul discharge Is dislodged out1 the Ilatient hrcuthe freely perhiirs far the first time In wekv Liquid I Cream Kahn contains all the lirallug I purifying elements of the solid form and L never falls to mmtsfy Sstd- by lilt lrugglrJt for TSc includ lug spraying tube or noble d day lrIBros SG Wllnen Stree New York EDUCATIONALDEPARTMENT DY WnDlnT E iIALL Sluice It is so iuiportaat Flint wo speak and write ptnperly md skillfully we readily see that tompasitiuu study Is a Yet ablo oolWI1t Cleanness told precisou jhollld he the leading chI1tclIIIc of all our writings Others must hI made to urlider and our nleauhig readily accurately What we flr mutandI ssoltlt tiLkIJl car to Soar well muSt bl made Jnhrf ting tuid tr not I 1I0thhjIiwe should WJho about IInd wlint w- srly should not muiy Ian lIIade so plain that It nur he understood but mart he so clearly rlato1 that we cunitt- b0 misunderstn n- lksnlssitlous arc etI1M IJIII ar written and ar0 divided lleurdlIj to the Ideas uo wlh to Xlrim into I narratluu d11ICIIIt1on lXIkILI n anti i alglmreutNarratlon I Iii relating iu order the lIa1ticulllrs ut Ilcllonli cr evcuts- Mint story books hiatrrtot t41 hl Iuphl11IC1m tlay stdwte to rvg- ultr order th lallltullll of esrnts- uccuring during a curtain time Description tells flue 1 tieaIallo objcetilauid I sayIniut11lJIgi I j tnayinoduee UII our udders a cloar- intpre sloll This 1mlnesJiuu must 4se Ito other thou that which the svrltur Intended Iud the JIEIIIIIUCt of this fact lmpllei the puvrprr ties of words- I Exposition Is oXllltl1lttOr cnmpn- sltdon and expbtius the nature of- l things or the prhrciplrs upon which i things depend Must rchmsl books are celwslUous I Argument is di course In Whch we endeavor to JUW that II statemoat- la true or that It Is false then WI talk or writ J urgunleat AIgUIIWllt Is valuable In thug Jt strengthens tho ne1omtng faculties ln dtIILoftoI each std6eJllhlVolS to wit Iud much time ls nrceesnrily pent In smurhilg for tiro desire 1 information that is noo1- L to streugtheu the ruguuteud- ladled all guocl deecriptlons nut all compuslUons are found tILac unityicO lrooon air plan whIch are re- quisitos to good writing Selectltaus inn Pl that the writer eelokt and dwell ulmi thoccjiotite tlJittlre acer ul J f AK The KInd You lInvo Always Bought and which has been In use for over 30 years has borne tito signature of and has been made under his per- sonalI7P supervision since its fufancy- e Allow no ono tolcccho you In this All Counterfeits Imitations anti Justnsgoml are but Experiments that trlflo with and endanger the health of Infants and CWldrcnExpcrlcnco against Experlsuent What is CASTORIA Cnstorln Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gorse Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Vorml stud allays Feverishness It Cures Diarrhoea Incl Wlad Colic It relieves Teething Tronble cares Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tim Stomach and Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PaDaccTho Mothers Friend QENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature oft tJ The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TNC CCNTaaa COMPANY TT MOawT sTRICT NCWIOa CRT ensary and important for hIs purpra e I Thy must be so nrltnrgcd that tlaey- v1ll produce a forcible impreuon up uplaslhimself tu the subject should be admttttl- Comploteules I requires that uclb tog that Is necessary or Inlparua In- omlbed I In the Iteverlpdcn of a Mills face If w tllou1d sty unL ug- of his eyes I1 O or hls oxnlsIcu tho dlicrllltkn wnnld lie incongltt Therefore eomplebs is an eszcr- ital 1luICmcIIt To oharve the Iequlrenrens of plan mean that wo state what wu wlh- bs ill the most able and wellthought out order that we can tlovF- 1aragruphing Is nil ingssraot feature In composition writing and IhoulllI receive the earnest attention uf every student Iuragtnphing is tll cumbhlaI- tlon or grouping of clnse reltucd tO- tcllceol u The group llcclf is called thi paragraplLParagnuphs art marked by placing the first word of It a Miele to till rlghlt of whore the lines or welting or pcirt regulm9y IIPgln Thum wind thus placecl Is said tu be ladtnted Itch palagrallh stands for it dis- thact part or till plan of a cunlpasitinn and ht Q dIstinct subject of its onu- ud tills subject Is utllyd the topic of the lIUagmllh- lIeclslon and clectruras or pee pl- ciaLty all imlarrtrvl reallllt to be- considsued in nil written work All cornpnsltiou works lluhc tnIlTnllll oanCul attention hit when th habit of correct is once folmell It snot tasily forgotten tind is an oc- colnpllshinct every olle elunld no quire Sttto of Ohio City of ruledo Lucas CUUIIf3 s Frank P Chcucy urnked oath that hI Is amino isutuer ot tlrc flout of- F I Clloney A Cu IluII hosing s- In the City or uhdu Cutoffs and Sute nfmcMlld uuul that saId firm will lgly Lho sum of ONE IllNOREI DOLLARS for each and evriy cr he- Cat1I1fh that CIInnot lit cult d by i lt- Use of Halls Uatll1lh Curl FRANK 1 IIINEY- Swam to btdoro use JIIII lIhcrblt1 III any ptvseuce this 6th day or Ut comber A D IS8G A W GLEASON Notary lubll Halls Catarrh Cur ia taken in- trlually and nets dheetly Oil tli blood taud nt11CiU UrrUCCi of the stem Smlll for tellIIonllfi fr- F J CIiENEY S Cu Toledo O- Soltl by all Druggists jcI- ake halts hiunily Pills tor con stipatioi The Philosopher of Folly Why is It asks the Philosopher of Folly that after a fellow line taken a week off lie always wakes up with the feeling that he Is about to be evicted and arrested for obtaining money un der flllIe pretenses l CASTORIAFor Infants and Children Tics Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho- Signaturoof x CA91 An aching back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloans Liniment This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters It penetrates without rubbingthrough the skin and muscular tissue right to the bone quickens the blood relieves congestion and gives permanent as wen as temporary relief Heres the Proof r JAMES C LEe of 1100 llh St 8tWaahlnJConDC writes Yblrty year ago J tell from R scanold anti ri- nUlly InJurrd lilY back J suffered tern at time from the mall of my blek all around my stomach was just lit J Lad been beaten with a club J used CTOry plaster 1 could get with no relief Sloan Liniment took the pale rlllbt out and I can now do no much ladder work BI any man in the bop thanks to loans Linimentylr J r Es of JII Airy Iasays after bring uttiictal for threu Sloaba1Ltimentwell and am glad to eay I havent ben Iylejtmy knee oae half a bolds took the Ialn aDlIIfII1I1 out Sloans Liniment aInlatisul Neuralgia or any pain or f stiffness in the muscles or joints FIlm 25c 50c and 5100 nuboricsenttreyDr Earl S Sloan Boslon Mass USA The Mark on- Silverware The mot beautiful most durable direr plated torts puuns and fall 7 Ifnlnt lore ate staurred with tile rel- Iownd load mart 1847 LEWsly this mstk only rAn yon dblingrdh the origin Ia rs esre Slat tttade In IH7I andasMUe yuuris4f- of the It In quality 5111 and dektti- t old by leadhrg dvaleneTTrywitereFond CIIbowlnall desttnl- r IsutuoraxI ii JltIt1SOI C- OIIrII1 ether I hH e- 1f leriea- lbunijrw K rp S to t iiurtford Republican saccording to law at the potomco- dlledlord Kr as man matter of the frond CM BARNETT EDITOR rEr3PKOTIiCS brlandM40oUCh asrNM3a FRIDAY F1BRUARY lL ANNOUNCEMENT Wo are authorized to announCE Hon Ben Johnson a candidate for reelection to the office of Representative In Congrens from the Fourth Kentucky District subject to the Democratic primary election to be held March 12 1910 The Keutuoky Legislature nnly has about thirty more days in which 1- do o Its worst A protective Utrift dOUJ pot to- eatsera the price of food xuff hut It has always Increstsed wages then by enabling the catsumcr to furllllh- A stable market for the farmer The Evening Poethasof a sudden learned tthat tim Republican par tv in tllo South Is going to tho damnation pow wnn s because Put4tnlas- ter General Hitchcock Is net dishing out the patronage us tire lItoI ut the Post thinks he should Will the Post IlloaSo tell us who ts rtsIYlnsl ble for Mr Hitchcock We hate21t Ut11liL faith In President Tart and believe that his ldmlultrflt1on will yet prove ixepu tar with the and that lie tvlll- bit triumphtly elected to succeed hlm- 9elf two years hence The aanie line +LUra cry was raised agalust the McKinley i tariff act and for a time brought do j feat to the Republican partybut in less than two years the tide turned so strongly fn favor of that law that It made Its author Afr McKlnky Go entor of Ohio cloot him Uulttd States StUIIJI and bforo lie could kake his seat as Senator carried him JIJtO the Whte House While Koiltucky Democratic newtl papers are harping on the Iron clod rule of the lluute of R llistnt Jthcsi at Wa liingtun they might with pmftt and more consistency turn their batteries on the Democratic SOll1fe at Frankfort which has constructed 1- 1oc of rules that would make Uncle Joe C241nuu and his frlends In the House of Repteireuuattves turn green with 011 should tholr at teptk be called to this tuveutiott- of I the Kentucky demoeiy which ref duce tlw Kcuiucky Senate iu nMmber- hlp to about tlIIe men and teach cue of them cosnnected by whir With the Buckingham thoYator lu the city pr IINalsvlle h 1 Wie do not believe thut pxlied I dent ROeCrelt will Wild htmielr loI the achelua which JII beIng hdlbhiiil In some sections of the eountisl to snake hint the next Itepnbilcaf nominee for president under the idea that PresI- dent Taft has proven t failure If President Taft has fatidnr duelll fall no niaut In AlIlfrlca should hI blamed none for It than fxlreshtcnt Rooter lt whl tltnist Mr raft down the tlatoat uf the n lmhJcanl1lr with a pltch fork It wllull hI re- nmrkable i If II1 111111 of the tjii4 II States should I urn W the x1148IdpntI and elect Ifm for another term to- xhe Whitt limas on the colhsisl ouis take Which lu htd nand In sehteting- Illy successor naIsafcIkWanss Iresd doves not make tllllOllltlnllI s Just II suit the spnhlliiwn who huught they W10- In the baud a tgoiiwhen putihing hIs camIlalaey fur n+ intinutMn those i socalled friends all bmv knifing hilii- iat every WIII sand doing all they canto dJtII lIt hits urltntulsttratlon Tr- J itow many prnfesscsl friends fall to meet the test wh1 It Is Imptwnd- aryaa him The neap frloll+ of Prrsi ii16Dt Taft In Kentucky are among j tbose who while they fUIJIJOItell an 1rlensWtoo IIItoff their cu1 and worked for ilia through hewt and coM aCer he- W45 nominated and air film tantl- Ing by him In his hour of need WhUe thulE pretessrd frlellds win l good on the house taps and throated attention to themselves by loud j nce1antatlons iwvo ldtI 1 n prove themselves such because they could i nut have every whim satlatled when be became pre kkn- it7YING TO FOOL THE PEOPLE ThentetroprlUaan IfeTrade press Is full or eiamnring for L removai ul the dutY eh moats and live stock Since fbe Tariff on 1nuate hue hsor- Iowercd and that onl1ve stock remains tbe tntniett Is a far cry to say that dhe recent incre tau in mcats is dw of tlae Tariff Tlw eaunointpriv Htlly ale 7nalithy ag were jubt 1Jf busy elamorinr for the rtmlOllof the 7arhff ouhiidet no that the ulthuaAe- I I f tq hc- l 1I consumer night buy his throes nt lower The duty WItS removed front hides and Jowcltd on ohoes The foreign producer Immediately raked the price of hides and the shoo manufactures rolsod the prlOO of shore Do we need to Point tine mbml will the public navel learn Can you fool ai iho peqle nil tho time TARIFF LOWER PRICES HIGH ER Some metropoll tan IrooTrade paper In view of the present agUatlon nee endeavoring Ito make It appear that i the Tariff is regponsllltt for the pro vall1ng high prlCtS of meats in this country JuSU how rIdiculous that claim is may be eceu front tine fact that while the prtccs have gone U1- thoIbaron was 5 cents pOl pound while under the present mw It Is only 4- wYnG per pound Under the Dingley- i act the duty on all kinds of fresh meats was 2I cents pier puuud wldle under the present law It is only 1 12 cents per pound The duty ou live stock remain the same M bcf ire The rl8Q In the price of frtsh Rod salt meats within the past oar has teen two or three tinier the uniJullt uf the duty Now It tho Tmff is rti- sponsiblo for the ilse in prices tia I increase must have been during or prior to the life of the Diugiy nck To lay the Increase to the pr 1 Tariff tawwheu the Tariff hoe hfeht VIOWCIltlIs na nnoro Tale or noti4nslaal than the general run aj noTrade argu merns If those ruioniIhlrr for such i claims know anythingtttey know that the Tariff has hud l1tJthlutg whaaV er I to do with the liwrcase ru uw the r Ihirtrr and uglier word th y slhiply- i I lied if-Farmers are Neglectedf neICo3AAricsthan anywhere In the world hut this siseaks better Jtriccs for the farmer fo j the next few years than was ever i known by the American farm r The harmers have wgkeied thsludy uf 11111hisfor hula soil ltJlll vhould not lay Idle but grow crops every ytlrThe greatest thought of tho farnnr- 1a the plant and the iilmal fir fitvn the field anti the urinal the whole world gets their foot and rsiniauL Ht should mho motor grrit sad gratis i and more Muck cultivat less acres and make hater grade Furmete now i Is tine time to begin tltc study of your tlflll and plant ur rnl+ e u Crop I beery year deaf will keep tin laud t up and nwka h tter quality and quint I todayaims of the farm than was ever known I Vetere or ell the llilll th flUnlla i- jeojilo I iti tilt tooi InctqlOllIlllt are the happiest ute the ioo1est thin long eat Ilut Adam while lu his stat was II vineyard keeper UllfallCIIt had fallen he was put u leant the richest and 1llIlet man 111 Ill i world of hs day was n farmer Lot- In his IHIIIIIl day waay l artier Jicob tilt rlchczt anti hmppietat wan of his day tens U fumer rIll al11pl i If he he It vtw nun will rementbu- while Ill falls thin trcc that rhe hunk i rtholilt 1 Ill will remunnher that mens heart like the gruuIud 11n f hI brkau and while revving his Wid h all n mrnnlor that the godly shall he gather ed flu the garner of hJlnl + tt- bat the uu6dly i hull 1111 PALO Peollh nle about d fie do livering- irelr tobtceo- rilenl was t urIIll4 birhday dirt liPI giteit tat Mr J 11 iterrys hi- honer i of Jtt Jterrys fJNythirdh- hnhtduy There was a lalgt ctIIlI1 Thos prnt wety 11 RufuJ Balt1- 4Jtt and wife of Taffy uncle John WI11 ttt rind wife and gruudsnit Carl Mr W L Whku and wife and four chlldl1I Cloud Jestrr lihurie std Ifalley Mts Alldiww Hlrwl und laugh JIteIIValterAnts Wm Coy and wan Jlarbett Whey all pnrvt a hppy day Roslo rind Fonhlo Berry cnlltd on i childlofI Mn JosLe Tweddell Mr Wlltm Roman or Butler co is the gttert uf D Flener mII11 mllIMr W L WhttiQ Iud fatally and Clutrihe Colburu surd wife stud WIl j are tIlt guests of uncle Juhn m- Mt cost Smrdny Mrs Etfio Duke was the gins of her broth r Joe Mahl n last Atan day nIt Mr Vtn Coy Hud wHe acid Mr loney lJo1Jell11tr wore in our midst taut MorulaIMr Alonzo Darthkit n moved to Iths farm near Hart 4 ill Mr Jolu t Mtttown Mon slay Oil huhljyets- Mx W I 1 I p n Claud- r Hartford to t lj SltlTlII A- 1r Jlr Ji 14Jf r r nI I TELEPHONE LOBBY KILLS THE MEASURE Which was Introduced by Senator NewcomtQ Control Phones Frankfort lr Feb 8 ho rtcam roller of tile Senate nrachteat tht behest of the lobby fsts has run over Senator Herman rowcomb ilcphl1ne measure and has flattenodYft to tin point where it wOuld be iJ1 hl for the author to dlstlngufh It Thb i fOtlul1nce hits taken place wfthln th committee on telephones and tole graph of the Kcntucky Senate Tin oonmudtitce It is understood has llrer pared an adverse report cud who is demanded tho ehtiinnan ncJI1g 1It Instructions will produce L- mlcn under the Jokcr ofthe San ate rules that whlch say hat nf ter n bill has been adversely reported it will require atwothtrd vote to call Jt front the hand6 lIf the committee It will bo lost Depito the stanldng of Senator r b1nlla1iy luksitroIDcd OIW of the metiWriots ortllt lea drads Introduced ilL this session Before the session has ended It Is ex pocted that many other bills of al most equal Importance W the people comImlltoec Well known pcrslstanQe is iiot gel ato give up the fight for hits bill cweu though the cards are stacked mgalnsl him but will force n showdown in the Senate first I Cheap Land for Sale j I oneIhairT Renders land Good box house weather boarded stable orchard and I never fulling well Terms cheap for cash Apply to Barnett Smith OLATON Jir Wyatt Daniel who has been atitendiug Clarkwn Nornud school spen Saturday and Sunday the guest of his parents Jir and Mrs lflrrllle G Daniel near ttwnJMr Dfl n Estts Is taking a cor res1xtltdtynCe course uf Inst uo ajon In Autnntoblling Mrs Dr J M Elliot and little r daughvcr Misr Ida Jowell Bryan are- tare from Atlanta Ga to spend cveatil days else guest of the ormel1 sister Mrs lute Hurt WIIllot E Hall Is t1king a courjc- of instruction In advanced studles r under this Wl11agment of Mrs Dr- J S Scan Mrs Tom McDanielof ran 1l1e 11 sltClihCr daughter Mrs Hade liut from Tuesday until Swnlda1 Alt Joe T Daniel and family ndt Mr George W WIII1111 and family will leave fur Dyossburg 11l1n where they Wttlreside 1hTlJUgl1jDlatCJn to CeIJt1l1 City Uncle Tii Felix is In lIarftordI tile guest of his yon JrJllk L Felix HaltIflJldAtlss Side Felix vtIj d1iIId lit Nairosv ilII11 inys lest Wlleki Mrs Fratlces E Men curl Mad r- Engone i Randall Allen npat Friday I and S tnday the gusts s at hHloI1m r rs aster Afro Melvina lIullIIMrs Iittt Fought spent trout SaY m day utrtil Monday the gust of her mother Alts lIalll ICDlJlfl uf this Cant1sl lIotPl Deaver Dart Ky- Mr i A E Wldte was hm from Horw Branch lariday Lout Friday wits pension day mid I the following ixntilons lure given In Ole mn Alrs Elizalrear 8011 ofBar seiea Fenry PllllIk UtlmlkH of Fal- lrn IGck Ir Hannah HllljJer of Olaton Jasper Peters R l D No I VhIliunntan Thomas F Johnston Cedar Grove Ctutls D lklln It F D Xol and William lillIwcGrad Creek Park the little tOn of Mr mtd Mrs IIIlealMrs Ellzabntli Sapp BirrotfLFes ry spent Thursday iught tie guest of- Mr and Mrs HI mry Shaven of roar- town I k Mr Dod 4Il1 Parks was herotftunn- Frleilaland Tuesduy md diced with 1Onll1c1uyWilt IL will give a Iule of hly firm 1 12 mUM west of Olntol1 i nratl w4Drugtdoroins far their ureton are nqw j being umdQ rho former of whfchwtll- ea klwnfit tho Olaton Drug Stiara 1o w L and um latter will bethq realdence of the oWn r Dr JesseS Bean Tho property will ba on the north 8Mo of Mldn stroot a chart dlStlllce- irom the Post office building and just opposite the now W B McDaniel- tesddenco which Is roofing col11tp- l6bL MrDowile shas sold his house and lot to Mr W T Young and contemplates building on his lot near fie Walter mill In tho near fuburo i Mrs Melvlna Hall whu 1itu been ill the pat svcrerl weeks Is slowly Improvlng Olaton hasn UtUo newsboy He is master Byrom 5teatptem and ho sells tho Chicago Evening Americana Mrs Laura Duke Dead Mrs Laura Ballenger Duke died at the home of her daughter Mrs W P Wesltor 101 Hagerman Court Lexhig nton Ky last Saturday morning Airs andI11tdeath liar death wits caused by tn- berculosis Her mother Airs Fusin SllIenger of Hartford Ky who Ja Herstether died several years ago Other relatives lire two daughters Mrs W P Wester of Lexington and Alts Su scan Duke Armendt of Louisville two brothers Mr James Sullrngcl of Ow einsboro pnd Mr Frank Sulleugel of Hartford and one sister Mrs Belle Bethel of Henderson Ky There are two grandchildren Mabel Roy and John Henry Armendt COurt Notes County Clcrk W S Tinsley has completed his recapitulation of the assessment of Ohio county for the year 1910 It shows the total assesrud value of all kinds of property In inI9ameBoard or sttifentsors of 293625 This Is a slight Increase of asrement over last yearI j Henry Stearsman a fourteenyear old boy who lives In the HorEe Branch neighborhood WM brought bp mumlngidefault of bwi he WlSi committed to the custody of Jailer Mldkiff to await- his examining trial which Is Slll for today Young S tearsman together with same outer party Is alleged tu Albinsjto the amount of l6 or 30 1iloIother polity has not yet been prehended Esquire T Sanders of the Sulphur Springs magisterial district to hold his courts the first deslrcsI slons in each year at 0 laton last two toalanst in ecatn year M Narrows Judge R RiWhsldtllg has directed the ionxoW01t or the order ecently mtrooln tho County Court so M to prouldb for the bolding ofI IIandTILe regular monthly term of Gnm Court convened here Monday und a usual the business of the teem ryas dispensed of In n few hours Court u1- journtd nL rent for the torte The case of Mnsclay vs Hamilton t wlllcll was rccudy appealed front the Ohio Circuit Court to the Court of Appeals was reversed by that court Vefneslay The suit Involves the i validity of nn auditors deed maude I for n Ustct of land and for taxIS I lvhcrelu the sluts and county became the purchaser and not having been r rllCnicd to the two seers allowed byI law wars again sold by flu auditors i IBUFORDFeb 8Farmers are busy bunting plant MIls and cleaning ground since the weather has gotten to looking so much like slllrng Health Is good In this community Those on the sick list are Improving Sunday Chool IIt this place is progressing nicely with Mr I V Taylor as superintendent Subject of lesson for last Sunday was Alms giving and prayer Mr read Men R P Kirk went to Hartford Saturr4ty afternoon UI1 business Mr John Ifanulett Is still l1nllrov IngMr and lfri Lucian Ambrose were KingIMr Gllbentr Holhrook and Miss Amelia Miles of Owenabnro will ar rive this wffkto visIt AIr Ilolbrrtnlts iJllrentflr und Mrs J D Hol brookIMr Sam Richardson has moved on- htg flltherlnlaw8 Mimi Mr S LI- Kings near liartfoid to afro III crap Ugbtlrfl1Mlsny r J f f f r PRICE OF MEAT- IS STIES SOARING Beef Trust Not Afraid to Defy Both the taw and The People New York Fob 8 Meat prlcesare todayDrooping thou for cllmtnatlom of meat from tlro- dloot was fresh the quotnt1ollS both wholesale and retail have mounted to figures equal to and in SOme cams above iIIlM provalling before the movement began Indications art prominont dealers said today that- still higher prices are coming Increase Indronund aCCOunts for SOme of the tendency to advance TJo retailers attribute thus lncrcais to the cold weather Shortened sup Ues are believed by the wholesalers to havo more to do wth It than anything elm The dealers are congratulating themselves In the bElIef that the agitation has blown up The flurry of talk that seemed- to be stirring up trouble a wlutlo ago 1 is now over and things arc ahead just the same said goingI them today Invatlgatlon of cold storage with resulting remedy of the I evils which worked to kern prices up Is the chief remaining reliance of the agitators for leaver prices Ntis InuhntItunping lit earnest S TAFFY I Feb 8The farmers ire very busy 1Thelilt Mt Morfah A good program was tCndored with excellent music by a string band and an organ second There was a large attendanee and I everybody pleased with the program Mr Ikntus Westerfield and family i who have been visiting his father Inlaw Mr J H Ambrose returned to tliler Home in Hartford Saturday morning They were accompanied by I J H Ambrose and son J Ilardin Am brose Tho exhibition of Moseley school closed at Taylorfield Friday night Feb TRUTHFUL ADVERTISING THEBASISOIrSUGUESS since the DtZnterigPeruna dreKnown It Power aa a Catarl k remedy and Tome 1I7fUnderstood- COLUMBUS OHIO The active ngred Ie n popular tsenteringthemoitI world have been mado known to I the public ThIs meansa ncw era lin tho advertising of popular r 1 t fly medlclnesPerun leads famIPeruna contaIns among things golden seal powerful p effect upon the mucous mein 1 braves Cedron seed n rareImedicine and unsurpassed Cubcbs valuable In nasal catarrh I and affectIons of tho kIdneys and I bladder Stone root valuable for rfthe nerves mucous membranes- as well as In dropsy and indigestion 4th Good music was had with fait organ second and cvCTybod Seemed to be Placed with the scenes Mr Tymer WcstroCleld No Creek called to see Miss Nora Ward on last Sunday u11r W Scott Ambrose will leave Monday for Oklahoma where he will reside or sonic time t IMI Wade and Miss Jessie Hoover Clear Run were united inmarrdttge at 2 oclock Su- ndayPennyictuEs You can get them at Schra ters Studio But remember I will not make them after March 5- 1Better of the first pretty day and come You get 24 For 25 Cents Groups lOc extra It may be some time before I will make Penny Pictures againso dont miss this opportunity Yours truly EMORY SCHROETER e a THE BI American Fence Can easily be settled by coming to this store and looking over our stock of the I American All Wire Fence This fence weighs more to the rod than J any farm fence made at the price The AMERICAN FENCE is thoroughly protected by the best galva I nizingThe AMERICAN FENCE is easily put up but hard to break down The AMERICAN FENCE is the strongest and most durable fence made The pounds of steelused in the construction ofa fence make the price per rod I V buy this fence by the CARLOAD That means we secure the lowest tity price and the lowest possible reighi rates We are in a position tQ be of ser vice to every man who wants feliC IW want to show you s jl I E P Barnes roe IIttLJ l I u SIt 1 NM f gj r t i r j 7t FAIRSIPREI NVENTURY SALE tA decided success has been our PREINVENTORY SALE NO fake about it but a REAL GENU INE BARGAINGIVING SALEI Our patrons every one of them will testify to the above statement OUR- MOTTOYOURMONEYBACK IF WANTED Sale continues to to Feb 17 Dont miss the opportu i nityIThursday Specials 2000 yards Real Linen Lace 15o vnlues5eSOO- Oynrds of wide Embroidery 20c valuesflc7- 2inoh Extra Quality Table Linen GOc values 39c 60inch Best Quality 2oo Table Linen1cB- est Table Oil Cloth 20c value15c1 Ladies 25e Quality Bleach Vest 19c Childrens 25c Union Suits i19cTo- bacco Cotton 2lc Mens 50c value Underwear 83c Mens Overcoats onethird orr500 to1500 Mens 150 Hats50c 998fus warn you miss it Call on us Thursday Reduced prices through our entire House Look out for our Saturday Flyers I I Inc f siiI Hartford Republican r FRIDAY FEBRUARY 11- II i ItllnolsCentralRallroadTimeTable At Beaver Dam Ky North Rouucl Nnnlh Honnd- No132duethem So 121dudl35aiii Noltt ln12ZOp m No 101 due 248 p m- ItolOidnS8pm No 1M du805p m New Commercial Hotel Hartford Ky UNDER NEW AND EXPE RIENCED MANAGEMENT Everything firstclass The hf st nf fare served right The condom and welfare of all guests especially looked Iatter Special attention to traveling men Rate 2 per day Special rate o regular boarders Your patron qe solicited 1iGEO M STEELE Proprietor ENVY WISE AND 0 POUND FOOLISH Sjire tho persons who fleet their vjlvcth No money outweighs tho priceless treasure of a mouthful of atural teeth Have them filled t tirldged crowned or use any lot1 jJfi SVjcfal looms of preserving Hum T lu kelp your Uethby t iUttlnf emJn till care of HARBIN ti BEiQ Office Y Ins Republican Bids lIrfiordKy Phone 21S i1t J r Ir t if Ye I Bring your Furs to U S Carson A smile of satisfaction goes withI every Suit sold by Carson Co Mr Dress Well buys LIBERTY SPECIAL Hats at Carson R Cos If you want good flour at a low price you had better get busy Hartford Grocery Company Editor C M Barnett was In FrankI font oil busintss the first of tho week Tluo Hartford Mill Company has both black and white Northern seed I oats for sale 301 IThe Infant son of Mrs and Min grLpllOjIlr Frank Lowe city wily slight- lyj wiilded last Sunday by the ovor waterI homo today from Oluton Kyt whore she JIII Union Street for tho post tovoral days Only one marriage licence that of I H L Wade Taffy to JwU Hoover of Cllr Run has been mud sinc our last report Special Mission services will be held nt tho Baptist church at 11 oclock Sunday French by the pastor and services at night W E Ellis at the Hartford Mill Gos Planing Mill is paying cash for Eggs Hides Furs Sheep Pelts and all kinds of Poultry 4t Noah White the grocer makes a specialty of the best goods in his jlne Sells cheap and delivers free in Hartford Give hint your order for good things to eat Leave your Laundry at Clove hers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madlsonvllle Steam Laundry Madisonville Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf IThe Board of Education in ft at HcutryIJ bouid brine pee4enttThe as i now constlfuiird is as follows FlrtI dlgtrfot L B Tlchencr Second rtlstrlca J A Bellamy Third dll rict 11IJ ji nods + m Fourth ftt hSinr a McQuUdy Fffih district Rjchnid piirronwr Sixth llterict J L ttillI i Mrs W N Mortln Is quito ill of pneumonia WIt her hncno at Cromwell Her roncxShrciff R B Martin was it her bedside the first tt the week Tho ooh ruction Joioe lies takes up the Improvised Y nt Hartford fled have reconnected the long switch which was utilzcd for that purpose The stork visited Mr and lIrsPI D Tweddell living in the Nocree- nefghborhoods the 4th inst an brought them n fine boy James Luisforcl Capt S 1C Cox returned yesterday from a taw days visit to his daughter I Mrs A V Gooden Charleston Mo Mrs Cox and Mrs J W Ford who ac companied him will return In a few days Leave your laundry at Pates pani torum for the Richmond Steam Laun dry Richmond Ind The laundry always gives satisfaction Prompt delivery Satisfaction guaranteed 22tf A E PATE Agent Leave your laundry with Lyons Duke Hartford Grocery Company for the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond Indiana This laundry always gives catDsfacUou Prompt delivery Satisfaction guaranteed 2Stf Mr J C Wilson died at1 the lrtmnof his soninlaw Mr E P Burnfird of the fast Hartford neighborhood Monday evening after a long Illness His remains were Inlerixxl ut Zion Tuesday Mr T E Hunlcy and Miss Clara B Johnston wore united In marriage at tho homo of Mr Byron Jotuiuinv near Rockport Thursday afternoon Fib o Rev Virgil Elgin being the officiating clergyman y The numerous friends of Mr Roy Heavrln will be pleased to know that be has been appointed us a clerk In the Census Bureau at Washington at a salary of 50 for the first mouth and 900 per year thereafter Mr R Weller the faulty grader for the Hartford warehouse being on the sick list Mr James McSherry who holds a similar position with tie Beaver Dam house is acting In hullsiposehllcrs Cash SiieclalB for Friday and Saturday only ICOlbR Sugar Uobt 575 Loose Raisins lOcl- bldoz runs Hudsons Lye SOc jldnz granges ISc- 1dos emons18cAl-so agent for the noted Elite Flour Mrs R P McKinley tiled at her hosiir on Union Street Tuesday night She had been an Invalid for several years and her death was not unexpected Hi r remains were interred at Oak Wood yesterday morning Rev McKlnley and family moved n Hurt ford from near Megan five or six months ago When hungry if you will drop Into the City Restaurant you will flint set before you without any long watt a teptlng array of good things that thoroughly satisfies the Inner man tfonerleslcigarsCo cater to the best trade and con duct their business In u way that Insures It 49t4 Mr T L Royal living five miles northeast of Hartford had the nuts fortune of losing his residence from fire lust Friday night The fire which was caused by fire falling front the grate on the floor was discover ed in time to tavcmost of the household goods less on house estimated j InsurlIIcp1Till150 with 1100 Insurance Captain Join G ICe twlr who has for time pist stTtTal months hal nvotcd wlth the Ohio County CIIIII Company In the capacity of has resigned his position und accept ed a position us traveling Kilcsmuu for tho J I Caw Threshing Machine Ctnnpnny Ills territory conslMa litI several central Kentucky count Ho and his wire will move to Louisville In the netr future to make helr home I M M Tho inaoUce of chlldrfm skultliiB on the concreule side walks luau l foom BO Incve lent that Jotl has grtttvi to be u nuisance and tihe Olty Council should take some steps to iprevwnt tho practlcvj People lurrryiing to and fnmi home toatJ end businie- uigagmeen4m s often times him Co tnko to time adjacent w rrt to gl by a crowd of buys and girls vvi engaged This should mt bo nycwsury and a BUIW way ito romttly same la to prevent Kkutlng upon the wulksj- Mr Mike Crahun manager for time Hartford Snine Co roIS111nCwhich time rock for piking tlws lladIwest of Hinttfcud will lit JUIYll hue company ma lo a conlrrtct tin comniitroo ropreRuitlng taw coun ty to furnish the rock and have thin pttd piked by 1ho flrsi of Fcftniavy this year but owing tdtt iVorj se- tore winter weather itrbtrsimemoc ursirytw olnshtknwn i 7 1 r 1 The handsome new r wMoree fir MrI J W Oammm on Clay Sjvct Is nearing coniploUon and will be ready for occupancy In about ten l1iIRoad Supervisor WB ail ctigiiKur of the L N Railroad Company at Jeiitentown a few days ago to iiko irj with him the matter suitablelctnssJng lieder son could not be rwichud the later contending that the railroad company thecrossingthat the traveling public could make the crossing without serious danger and Incdiivenlcnco ttcli as now at 11111notiledroad conipiuiy to fiat in condition all thtlr earrings and ho tnys that he j Intends to sto that his direction aro fulfilled I CERAlYOIFeb 9 Mr Crayon county I has moved on Mr Ham Ward farm Miss Myrtle Park Contral Clove j IIEverlyMr W S Hill is teaching school I atlho Cukinan tchool house Mr Thomas Bulls has been very sick for omtltlmoIMr Harrison Hatter has been foobl I for several weeks I irtiicyMr William ChuivcuUor han movnd j to his farm near town Mrs Irese Ewrly Nelson sjynit i several days lucre lust week j Jiimcs e the fourtwnmnnths old s n of Mr and Mrs Late Myors was fatally Imnud by his clothing calchI- lug on fire from a stove Fobruavy 1st and dill In grad agrrny two Ilayy later Wo extend to tine fancily our heart felt sympathy in their bojoavit i raent und cmnniPiul liana to IHmwho never forsakes those who plac thilr trust in him Mrs Jnm f KiUlngcr Kinney wjs hero sv ill days last weak SMALLHOUS i Hits Allft Addlnginn Is visiting her anal Mr W T dowel at Island Mrs Slit Blackburn and son TWrl ry of C nasal City wino goovs of friends In this place ncftnrly T3wi were accompanied to Conti Mrs Alva ulloway and children Mlm Maude and Jolur VCHIOII to vLst the families of Mrs C T S Ovurton F M All mu and E It Ashby from Tlntra day jintil MomViy Th rennvinsof Arrou lUchardsonwh was killed In the mine explodou at Drakitboro Tuesday wits laid to rest- lu the Aunt Xfllla nivis buying Wednesday aftvrnoon The little twoyearold child of Mr and Mrs Lute Myetvo f OTalvo who was badly humid ncruly wets borne at Equality CYmnlory Friday ur T ground Wedmwhy i fihnKKii- Mr Sam Rartviid Midlsonville was tlie guest of IIli fcNter Mrs liinu4t Bennett reomtly Mrs Alonzo Franco Is not so well at lily writing Silo has bi n can flu to her bitj wbmit swan wiks UV G 11 LuwcruiKN BMvr Iam- trts In our midst wcnntly 1br gust if Mwars Tnan nail IMi 0 div Mr Bwiy Dtalmp has nyuted the farm of Rev G II 1IUI1C nihri and lIt and 1r1rch Aildlnjr itii will raise a crp hmJ this jvir Hnllhous hay n wf blacksinhh 1 Mr Isiyiw from CenriU City MN Oharlle Cmwfoiil of lrak tIelIArk r Rlchnrditi Jiulglng front rho niMiihiv of plan 1IWIvicinity this y nr HIt Barwud Is building an ad dition to his inure John Barnanl who IIIN b Mi In till army Isa gut if his brotluvr Btit at Smtilhous GrocerYSatisfaction If your grocer pleases you In every j particular you have no cause for changing Even WE can do no more tlmrr that taut it you think some of making j a shift1 we would ho glad to give yowl the l est iorvlce of which we area capable Often and often we have turned I now and tlgain customers into steady imtron Aid we lose a stirprlstlnK fow oC the rcixllysljlirtlfnlar grocery buyers who once become our customers rry uilmi anything you like filers Grocery l f u Early Preparations Are now going on at our store for the closing out and replacing of all winter goods with an out and out stock ofspring and summer merchandise- In order to affect this change and provide us ample room necessary for the accommodation of this stock we offer at greatly reduced prices all wine ter goods consisting of Men and Bays Suits and Overcoats Duck Coats Jeans and Corduroy Pants Wool and Cotton Blankets Flannel Underwear Etc RosenblattstIThe Store That Satisfies- J E Fogle Bldg Opp Court House HARTFORD KY The One Sale BARNARD COS 1I i11Erici ctrid Remnant SaleIIs proving the most successful sale of the season The people know why If you have not yet attended this sale it is high time Later when your neighbor shows you the bargains bought there you will wish you had been there not once but many times Dont wait go to= day and learn why it pays to Depend On BARNARD CO Hartford Kentucky r ri I ha 1 ltd a t +1- J I r KLiNQUENT LIST YEAR 1909 Continued from taut week WEST FORDSVILLK Anthony Reese 1 Jarnctt Bstll 1 100 Btebain Later nco 1 100 BBack Garland D 1 100 Brooks Jeff 1 i00 Casey Roth E 1 100 CkambHss Emit 1 I00- Brans FT 1 1 00 Flener M N 1 100 Goosey L W 1 100 Hale Arnie 1 10 HUlard Elaine 1 10 Hlllfcird G W 1 I00 turf O V1 10 Huff Roscoe persomil- proiwrty 80 1 18 Muff Garland 1 L00 Kelley A S 1 l 10 Martin Gabriel 1 I00 Newton C R personal property 100 1 200 Pebortoji W A 1 10 Piece Sherman 1 100 Pnjffit P T1 100 Roberts It J1 LOG Smith J H1 1001 Thornton C A 1 100 Tillbrd Emmlt 1 I00 Whotler Harrison 1 100 VThctler O J 1 100 Wlittler C W 1 100 WWttinghill Row Otu 1 100 AETNAV1LLE Poll Amt Church Jno F 1 100 Dunn C C1 100 Duncan Robert 1 100- Bddlngton R A 1 100 Fanner R E1 100 Ford Trwalyn 1 100 Green C C 1 10 Hardln J H 1 100 Ktesdnger R U 100 Ktrtfiht H10 McKinley F T1 100 Phillips W T1 10 Phillips Lawrence 1 100 v Phillips Chas D 1 100 RMph Wm 1 100 Tanner Robt A personal property 107 1 207 Wade M C personal property i51 175 Wade F M personal property 1551 255 TVarriner Goo 1 JOO- Weils R S personal t roporty 57 1 157 SHRIVE t Poll Amt Bunlett Frank 1 100 Condor C C 1 100 Canden Ollie 1 100 Oarden Willis 1 LOO Huff C J 1 100 Keene C A 1 100 Maxwell D M 1 J00 Maxwell W A 1 100 iCoxloy Wm 1 100 SUumons H C1 LO- OiShnoader Robtl 100 WHoughby Alvoy 1 10 Write W DC 1 LO- OOLATON Pull Amt Acton R M 1 10 Allan G T 1 10 Bruner J R 1 100 Bratchor Odas 1 100 Bratcher V B 1 100 Docker Lorunxo I 100 Daughorty W R I LOO Duncan Samuel I 100 Daniel E W 1 300 Daniel W A 1 100 Evans T 1 1 100 Kelly W I1 LO- Salsmtin T 1 LOO Stone JC 1 LOO- TUKU Ed 1 100 lit FORD Poll Amt Cundlff W F 1 100 Cowan Goo 1 lW Chinn J N 1 LO- OFleldeu Gibson 1 100 Hudson X C 1 100 Hoover M M 1 100 Hudson J D 1 100 King John 1 100 KWn Frank 1 100 Lyons Fred j ersonal pvorxrtY50 1 150 Muter Ixiti iMMsonal property 501 150 Richardson R J1 100 Sparks Elmer personal property 1251 225 WHhan M 001lJAHTVBfl Bartlett J W 1 100 Bartlett C H 1 100 Barws C R t 100 Chapman Arthur personal property 55 1 155 Craig Bluford 1 100 dated Andy 1 LOO JBrans B M 1 LO- OEmberton J T1 LOO Fuqua ItE1 LOO Ford Clarence al lOO Greer V L 1 LOO Gray S W personal 50tiolniT Howard J A 1 100 HoLclnwr Bud 1 LOO I fIl1 itJ 1 nt= I Huff Q A 1 l 0 Horseman John 1 1 M Jeffries John T1 100 B00 property 50 1 330 King Charlie 1 100- King L R personal 0property 125 1 225 King J D personal property 225 1 325 Lake Olden 1 J00- Uake T R 1 100 Leisure J W 1 I00 I McKInley J M 1 100 Ryssoiburgh R t1 LOO Rhodes Butler personal property 35 1 135 Shelton I V personal property 125 1 135 Shelton Irvin 1 100 Slth J L 1 100 Slth Sarah E personal 0property 150 1 250 Sharp P A iwrsonal 0prorrty 50 1 150 Sharp J W 1 lU 0 Sharp G W 1 100 Taylor B J personal 01roport 5 1 10 Weathtrford T B 1 100 Wells John 1 100 Whlttaker J W 1 LOO Wright Thos 1 100 Wright Mrs Malinda peHamal tutoD rty 300 1 30 White J A 1 100 Whittaker S L 1 100 Whittaker Dee 1 100 HBFLIX Poll Aint- Bradshaw David 1 100 Bradshaw Pleasant 1 100 Bennett Alvin 1 100 Crowe Eddie C 1 10 Crowe A N personal property 50 1 l 5 DodEon Roy 1 100 Hudson Jessie 1 100- Helln C H 1 100 James J H personal property 31 1 131 Mitchell Iiiwerence 1 100 Mitchell Win 1 1U Morris Goo C 1 10 Patton Ansel 1 100 Patton J W personal property 13 1 11 Patton Clarence presonnl property 151 1 2ij5 Rowan L 0b 1 100 Sklto Vm 1 100 Stogner A C i 100 Tucker Jas M 1 100 Tucker Monroe 1 1U Tucker A J 1 1U willalms Marvin 1 100 CERALVO Poll Amt Evenly Wm X 1 100 Johnson Valentine 1 100 Rowe It A 1 100 Richardson Ramney 1 J00 POINT PLEASANT Austin T Pt t 100 Gallon Henry C personal property 270i I 2895 Bedwcll A S 1 100 Graham Jno L 1 100 Bolton Y M 1 100 Harvey Ell1 100- Botton Herman 1 100 Heath lIen1y1 100 Everly Harry J 1 100 Hays Oscar 1 100 EvorJy B X 1 100 Igloheart W A J l 100 Evans Leslie 1 100 Inckson G R 1 100 BnglUh Jostile t 100 Jamison Ed 1 100 Kirby Uonnid 1 100 KIrby John T 1 100 Neal Edgur 1 100 Xelfion Iswwc 1 100 Price Cliff 1 100 Richardson TluH I CHI Soalf A J 1 lOO Tanner J W 1 100 Colored Hare Block 1 100 NARROWS Allen F D 1 100 Asking Rofslo 1 100- Basham J M iwfwnal- pmporty 1151 215 Brown Elbort 1 100 Brown H 11 1 lOO Crawford R A 1 100 IfcWfese vase 1 lOO Davis B 1 100 Falls Dudley 1 100 Fell tTlS Jeff 1crsolullIproperty 75 l 175 Far nuEn J 11 1 ioo Grant Melvin pereomil property 128 1 228 Grant L H 1 i00 Graham F M 1 100 Hill V F V1 100 Harrlfon Alex 1 100 Ix wlaceL B 1 10Q- Mldklff J K 1 100 SeJf A 1 lOO- Schroudory 9lj r 1 100 Sdhrcder W t + f1 100 Truman Byrom i rsonal property 25 Vl 125 100WillisWillis 0 P 1 ioo- Woosoly Pant nl 100 100ERALPH Poll Amt Adams D F 1 100 l 4 rJ 1Iflll H T BoJiD Chine Wlijil 100 Baize James personal 4 f property 50 ihvi1 150 Baize Oscar F sl 100 Bean Momoe WI 100 Brown Alfred W sfyll 100 Brown A A vT1 100 Evans Reat personal property 50 vl 150 Farmer W R r 1 100 Fielden Louis personal iproperty 70 yil l7 Greer Zack V l 100 Guy John M Z1 100 Hendrix W T 1 100 Keeton AlvU 1V1 100 Keotrai H T 1 100 Known John W fi 1 lOi Morgan Jno B 1 100 Powers Liglo 1 100 Royal Geo T 1 100 Ralph Lewis A V1 100 Roach J Hayden personal property 5 1 103- Sapj C C 1 100 Sapp Wm 3fr1 100 Smlzer Rout 1 100 Spurrier Romna r1 100 Tanner Will 1 100 Taylor Oscar 1 100 Wtxldlng Garfield 1 1 100 PRENT1S poll Atoll Evans Mason 1 100 Gentry Mrs Prudie personal 0tiropcrty 325 0 325 Hoover Dr I J personal property 2CO 1 360 Hoops C W 1 100 Johnson L j1 100 Mercer C W 1 100 Roach Wayno l 100 Stevens Willie II 1 100 Shultz Charlie personal 0proporty 50 1 150 Shultz B M 1 160 0IERBERT s Pall Amt Bickett W T personal property 50 1 J0 Harbout Minor E 1 100 Carley Willis 1 100 Hprton Richard A personal 14IHeffner Jas 1 100 Hamlltou Luweronce 1 100 3Helm Leslie personal property 1001 200 Huff W G 1 100 Jewell Aloiro 1 10 Murtiii John F 1 100 McCarty Arlle Ci 100 McDauiel A T 1 100 100UPeak W V 1 100 Reardon Ureal 1 100 Rnardon Alonzo jl 100 Roby B D I 100 Tally Perry 1 lOO Tierney James 1 100 yoyles L C personal I prcprr 25 r T T2u Wells L F kl 100 Wright John 1 100 Wright C H 1 100 Jackson inward col 1 100 Rhodes Dave col 1 100 ARNOLD Pull Alnt Atchifon T C 1 100 Allen Woodford 1 100 Bratcher Erastus personal property 200 1 300 Cochran E 1 100 Cat mlckle John 1 100 Carmickle E 1 100 Crow John 1 100 Embry Henry 1 100 Envbxy Henry pmsonul Johnson J R 1 100 Johnson G M 1 100 Koown W F 1 100 Leach W W 1 100 each Van 1 100 Malden Jesse 1 100 I MollyJiom W L 1 100 Probus John 1 100 Peyton Roiia 1 100 I Plmrrls Finis 1 100 Willoughby Cater 1 100 RENDER Poll Amt Anderson Roy 1 100 Cargul Wlllifl 1 100 Ashley Monroe 1 100 Cox Dun 1 100 Burton G P 1 100 Calhoun red 1 100 Bishop A T 1 100 Daugherty Robert i 100 Garret Leslie 1 100 Guithcr John W 1 100 Gentry S P 1 100 Glaybrook Dennis 1 100 Hall William 1 100 Hines S B 1 100 Hilllard Harvey 1 100 Harris Ban 1 100 Hanjy Jesse 1 100 James R S 1 100 James Earl 1 100 Kisslnpcr Thomas VI 100 Iaftoon Will H 100 ManIn Gordon Tl 100 Morris Austin 1 100 Mls9 in Chas i 100 McDowell J Robt 1 100 Neighbors John 1 100 3AOIRenter 1001Robinson c- r Splnks John ivk I 10 Splntes Luther cl 1 Simpson Wm 1 1 Stewart Guy 1 li Smith Wayno I 11 10- Thwils Harry 1 WilcoxDan S 1 10 Williams D W1 1 10 Watson Willie 1 10 Wakcland John A1 10 Wright Snm L1 10 Coloredj Baker Alvin 1 1 OI Klmbleyj Andrew 1 io Long Pete 1 10 D Miller John 1 I Shultz Dave 1 ll- TJchcnor Frank 1 100 Walker Alec 1 100 Walker esley 1 100 I W S Tlnsloy Clerk of the Ohl County Court do certify that thE foregoing unbraces a true and oor rcct copy of the Delinquent Taxpay ers of Ohio county Ky for the year 1909 as returned by R B Marti S O C for said year Attest W S TINSLEY C 0 C C Staggers Skeptics That a clean nice fragrant rom pound like Bucklente Arnica Sulvo vrll Instantly relleves a bad burn cut rcald wound or piles Ktnggers skeptics But great cures prove its a wonderful healer of the worst sores ulcers bolls felons eczema skin eruptions as also chapped hands sprains and corns Try It 25c at nil druggist J A Reliable Remedy Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Riliel at Once It cleanses soothes rrotectsho brane resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho Re1storesTuate rend 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ANoaonPateutsantfraaalduta If PatntataluusUlroulb eo roans011 m tai rkaMAhOdeomelIllekratedwietlr elr 1 an oamal a BoldbrannewdaleuM os OK BU tVulalllCtOll no I 1i AFM eIt McCALL PATTERNS yarsStSoldpinhciyevery t or by mall direct More told tlaia catalogueMCCALLS fashionmlrIzlncmllllonpet drestmskln nillllntrrplaIn sewing cen4rycar t Subscribe today or scud for aample copy W NDERFt1L INDUCEMENTS i Cal4loJUCIIndtna ucCAu co as to ZfS w J7tu SL MW togic j 1- u JltI t 4I 3 r i l TAKEN FROM CIVIL WARI I 41 NOTEBOOK OF J M LEACH Sept 2 tS61Wc have boon ill camp tit Hlthblue tQr threw wClOk- et tfor the purpose of keeping the J hawkers from stealing OUT horOO3 another stock But today wo organs ze n company Into the State Service D Y Fleming CaptaIn I wan elected 0- L1Ntenant In tho organization of the regiment Wm H Erwin Colonel hob Cunnlngbnm Lteut Colotto Captain Flummings Major W I- Oldham f Caltaln of Flomming Co H- Our OompUry and Company G Ie foamed in camp all IIighblue the rest of the regiment at Morrlstost without any tlring of interest occur rlllg more than the to1dlors learning soulethtnfg of tIlO dutlcs of the sol tllC1 life but wo had a very VOO1 Chance of loarnlng our duty On the lith the gart of the regiment was atWckn d II General VUlaI command of liOO men After a short tJgllt our men fell back Our 10M vas five wounded that of the cnamr iLscot known No less than 100 kill land wounded After they Rtad taken ilOsscsson ot tho town they burned mast of the houses and stile all of the property that was In the plnee Five of our mon were taken prisoner s f A pit was dug and they matched up to it Md shot And covered up just as they had fallen Into the hole The night of tho 17th we left High blue and encamped near PIlslUlt Hill The next day we found the rest at tha regiment at Pleasant Hill On h- 26th e I went home to see my tamlly and found them all well with un in crease since I left homo a fine boy Ito was too Susan and the boys were glad to see merI left homettwo or three days for the army and reach d our regiment six miles enft ofIJon- Jaekson e In anew days we joined Prices army 20 miles south of Lex ington on his retreat from that place IIo had an army of come 2500 men but they were not organized and arm ed only with shot guns and rifles anti a few thousand muskets they hint ollturcll at Sprtugfleld and Lextug ton from the Federals There wore- also some 5000 or 6000 army followers Wo continued to retreat to teosha Theniwent to PJnoJ1le iu all of tldesa Quarch eStwo had plenty to eat and good n weather Ina few days all the cavalry were ordertd out on u scout and In Iaweek t1ho whole army moved north Frcements army had become tlls organized and had left Springfield lrIce continued to march until we if rcnehed Oeoolt on the Osage This town had boon burned down sotneUnie before On the 4th of Dooomber I In company with Captain Oldham and many others started home which we reached on the 6th When I arrived at homo I found them all well and wero killing this winters meat It was n great satlst1ctlon to me to see iIY family after I had been absent from them some thro months To see those little boys L u blaring that few soldiers can now enjoy but what is the ui of talking what Is so Jg so Dee 11 18611 have been nt home now five days The excitement I- Hnt lIB highest pitch Since I have been at homo the Jay Ilawkeru have been In several times and In on of their raids they killed Wm Bryant and Wilson on HlghtBlue My nmllyI have been afraid for mo to sleep in the house therefore have taken any by into the woods This innnnin- Il Stthl and myself are fixing tustlirt to the army again 1nor to leave my family without many oamforts- Turco little boys twlno around no most tenderly their actions saying pa who will protect us when you uro gone How are wo to got TlloDg We are too annul to temp ma to work wo cant keep tho Jay Iiamk ers from stealing all our property But I must litvo them to take care of thomselvca I started for the army about 12 oclock and rotehed It on the 14th and In a few days Instead of advancing as we had fondly hoped toWG were to full book to Springfield and what a change had takon place In the army Their term 1ofservice ot six months had eotplred they had gone home aqd noW It VII8 nn army or wagons We retholo- ed Springfield on thin 22nd otDccoo1I her and very cold U was When we got to camp we cleared eway the 6 stow and stretched our tents and vas at home again On the tlrst day i of January 1862 I resigned and wont ti iDrto the Contoierate scrveona prI- vate Tile reason I enlisted In the ConI todorato sorvico was that in the Stmto Service we wero not organized and weuld a- Y h federate army We renmined at Spring field organizing and drilltn 1ntil the IlthlOf Febroary 1862 this was a clear and pretty day General Price I vlewed hls troops at 1i oclock end- everything loOked like wa were going j L r to stay hero for sometime but about I 3 oclock orders como for us to move Everything was ina hurry to get orf 1Vdo t1 Creek nod encamped on the battle ground We mntEnuod to march night anti day until we roschsxl Arlranoa a tine melt were OOll1pl0t41 worts out 1trom nnprchfag and lots of sleep On SugllrII had been in MY engagement Tin a cannon balls amid shells flew over lIB for n while quite tlnleL I aaund t duwcrlbe my feelings We there t1 back then we oonttnuod to rctreJot until wo reuchcd tho curse callow B linen night lu inn open told sou wagons bUd gonna on some two ntll fabler and left its without to elt or any blankets to R1I1hlnsI I since time IILsllgrcc1ablo worn out nail could not sleep tor- tbo cold wd hail to sit by tl1cr fire until morning On the morning of 18th we were moved out its the web and remained there Ill day rhe next day wo took up the line of mare tor Cave Creek by way of Faottr while Fayetteville III quite n hand gan town the County seat of Wadlington county General McColloc and ttvoy were camping 1st and amend th place They had collected a lang QUaIl Utr of balCOll and other army tor which were destroyed for tsar they would tall into hands of the enemy We reached Cave Creek the 22 nilll encamped between two mown talus While hero we received 1lrg1J supplies Of clothes belts boxes and cap boxes Our cloth xre of Il very course material but they were warm About this time we heard of the surrender et Fort Don aldlon on the 3rd tiny of March OurI Company was consolidated with Capt- 1Veldermlro Company and organized D P Flontmlmigs Captain J olltl- ermlre 1st I11ten tIIIIIt D C Murphy 2nd Lieutenant curd was Itt chd toI Cal Rooerg Regiment Slicks brlgI kle General Vlllldorn arrived Tho mountains echoed with lho report of cannon O ders wvra given to i Imvo three days rasitlons In our lutveracks and twenty trntudc of mn- inltIon in our cartridge Itnxes and ready to move by daylight au the fourth All was In tine liplrlts III hopes drat we wore going to move Continued Next WcekI QUICKS MEDICINE- Quickest and best for coughs GUARANTSnD Sold by druggists Made by J C Mendenhall Medicine Co EVlllsrllle 1 Boiler For Sale Good new 40 horse power steam boiler for sale Insured at 1051b steam pressure UelEOn for selling desire larger twiler Call on or address HOOKER WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 26tf tAmbergrisThe essential characteristic of am bergrls Is the penetrating and pecu liar odor similar to that of musk It Is so powerful and so diffusive In Its perfume that the most minute quan t tlty when mingled with any other strong scent Is still perceptible New York Times Roman Post Houses Post houses on Itoman roads were erected every five or six miles Each p of them was constantly provided with 40 horses and 100 miles a day was an easy journey Any ono using these posts must show n mandate from thee emperornOno Idea of Happiness What Js your Idea of happiness To be able to spend my own money lust as If I were going to turn In an p- 4txpeuso account when I got home T Mud and Microbes In a gram of street mud equal tohP cube of earth with sides of about a quarter of an Inch there are bacterin If placed In line side by sideh to cover 25974 feetcalNaturosThere 1s no gathering the roso withs SIPUpay1NecosuryGenius lights its own fire but It takes determination to keep It going hAnMessinger quaintly wlahas for old wood to burp old books to read and old friends to talk with nsmealold age and ho might also l added old lance tobe played In the long twlllghta while he dazed and dreamed In his easy chair Qhlldrn Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Is 4 i r l It ih L1W Err RATES TONASUVILLE Great Industrial Exposition Open February 28 Many Attractions for The Pub lie and Everything Free 1One 1EXllOlltlon will throw open its door I to Uro public inviting them to see under coo roof a beautiful and hi prosress and industry and lloohing what IsI latest In the products of the tnctarlo- of s this country A norchatrs ox IJosltion J1o welch kehs them abreast of what Ja most modern amid uptodate In merchdndlsing BUSINESS DUihUINC manydoExposition from the Southern States oxperts will deliver addresses all many subjects pertinent to Business Building Science lmi Newspaper Advertising Modern Merchandising howison Sales How to Attract and to Ex cetend Trade How to Dress Windows How to Handle Clerks How to Advertise How to get Now Customers How to Make Collections COMMUNITY BUILDING byesmen an following subjects How to Build n City How to Get New Cupltal and Investment lIow to A tract More People to Your Communy FINE EXPOSITION IHMLn1NG Tine building IiI which thin Expe- sitiott Is to be held Is the big hippodrome especially nllal d fir expu- stlon purposes Each exhthit will be- n f specially constructed and rri C ally decorated booth with gaccful- Mr columnf JII white and gold and R I3 Whfttlnghfll lbrctville called to xe us yeaerllly while in town j Fob JPeo11Io are very busy pre paring for farming In this neighbor hood Mrs J A Davis wino fell and Inns very sick Is Improving Mrs Susan Nicholson of Rob Roy who hAs boon very sick for sometime Is no better The entertainment given at Rob Roy school house was flue There was a very large crowd Vrrsetrt Mr Otis Wallace teacher taught us a Cromwell and Mimes Ifarriet Mae and Cantle A StnderCu- rllr Henry Taylor wino has been on Ule sick list for sometime Is much better goad school We wish him muck sine myriads of Incandescent lights FREE AMUSEMENTS amuseImentsvlllo Military Band will vendor concerts every dinY and night a tine noon and night from the big stage at- he south end of tine building amid free moving picture shows every afternoon and night EVERYTHING FREE All these Interesting and amusing features are absolutely free to thin ublicno charges whatsoerer LOW RAILROAD RATES A ono and onothlrd rate railroad tare makes the trip to roushvJ11e very heap and it Js expected that large will attend tine Exposition from all over the South Getting Away From Land The question has been asked Is it ossible to sell 1000 tulles from laud his can be done at several points Dy louvbtg San rauclsco and sell log northwestward into the north n spOt Is reached where there no lllnd nut even un Islet for 1000 miles In any direction So too sail from thin southern pointt of ICam southeastward ships reach n point equally distant room land of hind the nearest to the north thq Aleutian Islllnds and to thA thin outlying members of the group In the southern ocean Jt Is possible to sail miles cut from the southern ot Australia and New Zealand and still be as tar trove any other land and the same may be dope 1n a westerly direction from Cape Horn troDI this point a much I on gc1 might be reached 16r the southern Pacific betwccu the Torn and New Zealand covers n spa e of degrees of longitude and 40 ot hail tudc ot absolutely unbroken sea mak- Ing Its central point over 1209 tnllee- Sr9rq anywhere How EvOiy Man Should Vote Anybody who doesnt vote my way n darn dtool exclaimed a little man 011 do Qlltboundtrolley car Wbats thaU asked a btz Pifl iS turnTDg around In his seat and looklns back Anybody who doesnt rote my yen y Is a darned fool repeated the little mnn- e Did T understand you aright asked tho big train rising from his sent and coming back to the rear u the car where thu little man was sent ledTho little man looked tine big main over but lie WIIS game find said once more tnybody who doesut vote my way is a domed fool 1 Holdon n mln111c said the big tutor who seemed omi the polat of starting something first toil mac whIch way you are lug to vote A foxy r kamii shot Into tine eyes or tine little mnn ntlll he plped as daunt les ly ilK ever 1min going to vote anyway I darned pleucClrllllnhulUt- elIerlllll Trapping Daboons IIngenhr lu his bark says that hah onus ore cnngbt In traps 0unde lIIuch- IlIte the hats of savages Food Is put goeOutside baboons nmke n grunt to do amid forge the prisoners to escape capturedbaboonsforce their meads through till walls or the huts One babno0 wnis caught three tlnics In the uune trap and sew era I wben turned loose rot back into the same tnlll n second thou When the baIJooup ere carried away all their comrades tltlllIbout lImh Into trees and scream out to the prisoners wino answer In sad nnournful voices On one occasIon sonic big Arabian baboons were trapped when 2000 or 3000 baboons inched themselves upon the trappers who had hard work to save themselves with firearms and climbs As the trappers were forced back the victorious baboons tore up the trap and turned loose the captured baboons QU1C1Cold and Medicine Guaranteed to cure Colds and LnGrlppe in 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia in 30 minutes At druggist or by nlall J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Eyansvllie lad WlrDOUGlASiJ3 THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILE- OF MENS FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD MAKESIfor the past six rear and always find they are farsuperior toad other high grade shoes In Itrle comfort and durability WOJONES YIfyohowmade you would realize why they hold their shape fit better wear longer and are of greater value than any other make 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PowderAbsfE- uhfta PaM Royal is the only JBaMng Powder made from Royal Grape Crew oi Tartar tET jh t PUT TO SLEEP BY THE SENATE County Unit Extension Bill In Hands of Its Foes WILL NOT PASS THIS SESSION Influx of New Bills of More or Less Importance Continues In Both Branches of the LegislatureIn creased Appropriation Wanted to Prevent Spread of Diseases Tht Goebel Fund BY JOHN H STUART Frankfort KySpec1a11t looks ea If the county unit extension bill Sis been finally put to sleep by the senate and that It will not become a law at this session of the legislature The tlrst county unit bill was re furred to the committee on religion and morals two weeks or more ago but Senator Watkins had introduced another one Identical with the first one The first one was referred dur tag the absence of Lieutenant GOer oar Cox and after he returned the attempt was mado to have the second bill referred to a different committee The opponents of the bill had not been idle In the meanwhile and when the lineup came they had a majority Lieutenant Governor Cox referred tho Mil to the committee on Kentucky statutes when It came up and Senator Dowllng of Anderson appealed from HP decision A vote was taken and IM appeal was unstained by a vote ar i ays to 16 years Later a motion h the Wntklns bill to the same br NI ie to which the first bill had fc r vfrred was adopted by 17 to IS T religion and morals commit ttr needed to be almost unanl inii alnst the county unit bill eu 1 measures will likely never 1 1 r vi tad If reported will bet unfavorably Both tho Re V and Democratic members tv niislhlc for the defeat of tho i a rr sonic Democrats and some 1 cans voted to send It to the t i n and morals committee Menu v a county unit bill Is making i 0 progress In the house as It has teen referred to a committee has faicn reported favorably and Is on the alcndar ready to be voted upon as joon ns the bills ahead of It are dls flitted of If It passes the house and COIDOS to the senate the chances are that It will be referred to the religion and morals committee Just as tho two senate bills were referred which moans that It will not pass the Hen itc Over hnlf of the 00day session has Vry been consumed and yet not p i bill has passed both houses r t 5d the governor and It may ist days before the chief ex is a chance to scan ono off laws A number of bills JTVI i passed by the senate and a the house but not one has I i ih Of course the light over I y unit measures has caused I v of this slow work or delay T vcr It may be called and tho ri will be that a large number of ia of doubtful Importance will 1e up for passage during the last 4w days of tho session The Influx of new bills In both tho Srouuc and senate continues just as if tho session had only begun and the following new measures worthy of notice have been Introduced slnco Fast week Act to allow both husband and wife to testify In suits for divorce and all mony Act to prevent the spread of communicable diseases amongst domesU- animals P t to regulate tho veterinary III ter this state and providing fort v Td of veterinary examiners art t rlr I + all applicants for license lIprohibit bucketshops an- dNIIIOTI In this state ti rulilrg Itinerant vendors of Oup rrY medicines to pay a license Qt Miny lH ting 10000 a year to rri r j t A p 6oItt J IW maintain a home for incurables Act to establish a plant for the j preparation of hog cholera serum and providing for the distribution of said serum to tho various counties in the stateAct authorizing circuit Judges to decide when sales made by order of court shall be advertised in the news papersAct to prohibit the employment of a commonwealths attorney or the firm of whlch he may be a member by any corporation doing business In his district Act to require a more efficient system of tire escapes on hotels and other public buildings Act to regulate passenger traffic on railroads by requiring the stopping of all passenger trains at any county scat through which they run Act fixing the salary of members of the legislature at 40 a month during their entire term of two years to be paid monthly Senator J T Smith thinks that the habit of playing baseball on Sunday should be stopped and has intro duced a bill to prohibit It He says the bill Is nut aimed at baseball tameR on Sunday In the larger cities where they have ample police protec tion and where no Intoxicants aro al lowed to be sold but at the little country games where baseball Is made the excuse for a lot of people to congregate and get drunk When tho bill was first Introduced It caused a fright amongst the city members but after Mr Smith said lie would agree to so amend his bill as to exempt cities of the first four classes the baseball fans felt much easier Anyway It Is assured that no bill will pass that will Interfere with le gitimate games In big towns and cities where they are properly conducted S The monument to Governor Wil liam Goebel In the Frankfort cemetery erected with funds raised In time year 1900 by popular subscription was unveiled Thursday Feb S that being the tenth anniversary of his death The monument cost 17000 and a thousand or so dollars in left In the fund and the interest on this is to be used to keep the monument and the plot of ground surrounding It In good condition in the years to come The day of the unveiling the weather was horrible being cold and snowing and raining by turns and the ceremonies except time actual un veiling of the bronze statue had to be held in the opera house where addresses were made by exGovernors Deckham and McCrcary and by Justus Goebel A sad feature of the oc caslon was the burial of Arthur Goe bel the younger brother of the dis tinguished man who was assassi nated Just before the monument was unveiled He was laid to rest beside the body of his brother to whom head been so devoted all his life A bill passed the senate last week by a unanimous vote almost Increas ing the annual appropriation to he used by the state board of health In preventing the spread of diseases from 5000 to 30000 A similar bill was passed two years ago but was vetoed by too governor In this connection it will be of In terest to state that Kentucky has been giving less each year to help emit cate disease and Improve the health of the people than almost any state In tho Union Pennsylvania gives 51000000 a year for that purpose Now York 152000 Massachusetts 140GOO Ohio 131000 Indiana 117 000 Kansas 92000 Louisiana 90 000 Florida 75000 Virginia 40000 Texas 54000 and so on down the line It has been said that Kentucky pays more every year to keep up the health of Its fine live stock than it does to prevent diseases from en croaching on the human family and It looks like there Is some truth In the statement It is understood that If tho bill passes the house the governor will not veto It this time The biennial report of Secretary of someevery Interesting statistics about banks and about the revenue arising Aca cording to report there are 477 banks and trust companies in th state which have a combined capita- stock of a little less than 20000000 and a surplus of over 7000000 Their deposits amount to over 66 000000 and their total assets to over 100000000 In t tho corporation department o i I 44 I j II Ij1LdIiII6s tae secretarys olllce for the past two years there has been collected as fees from banks recording articles of In corporations etc the sum of 16 78494 and expended for clerks ser vices 1296954 leaving a net balance for the stato of 381540 During the same period In the assistant secre tarys office the sum of 8136 was collected Including 2 a piece for com missions for 2589 notaries public His salary for the two years was 3600 thus leaving a net balance for that department of 4536 t Just after the vote In the senate last week which referred the county unit bill to the religion and morals committee had been taken Senator Chipman had a bill providing for the eradication of diseases among bees which he wished referred Lieutenant Governor Cox was in a rather face tious mood just at that moment and referred the bill to the committee on religion and murals Senator Chip man said afterward that this was an appropriate committee because It would serve to show how much re ligion a man bad when he gets stung oy bees Ink at 100 a Pound The best India inkit should really Itc called China ink never leaves Cbl na said n missionary It costs 100 a pound mid the scribes uselt In writ lug the correspondence of the royal family Iud the mandarins India Ink is made of the oil of poisonous seeds of the sesamum or colza tree Varnish null pork fat arp added to the oil and thru by mean of combustion nil la changed to lampblack The lampblack paste mixed with glue Is beaten for days on an anvil and musk Is gradually mixed lu to give perfume and the purest gold lent to give a rich luster Finally tbe Ink is dried In molds for about a month What makes the best India ink so costly Is its purity and above all the long time given to its combustion and subsequent beating If you saw its beauty you wouldnt think It dear at 100 a pound Phila delphia Bulletin The Salesman Young man I bad decided upon your iuimetllato discharge One big redeeming trait of your character as just now revealed restrains me Your loyalty Is nil that saves you Stick up for your house every time A salesmans tin cardinal points are loyalty enthusiasm html work per sistence anti tact You have much of time first four and uone of the last Smooth yourself down You talked to the lumber company nine at the wrnug time When he said ho was too busy you should have smiled and got out You can only sell to n man when ho is lu the right mood Book keeper The Alternative A tramp went luto a farmhouse reo acuity and seeing no one but an old woman lie said In very fierce tones Give me a drink of milk or else Hut a man curve behind him stud denly and catching him by the neck said Else what f Else water said the tramp hum bly London Taller Govern Yourself He who Is his own monarch contents eddy sways the scepter over himself not envying the glory to the crowned heads of the earth Sir Thomas Urowue How to Do It If you value your friendships dont borrow money dont lend money dont advise others how to invest their money Albany Journal The darker tho cloud the brighter the inn when he breaks through tbe rift MAGAN Feb SMr C E Miller made a business trip to Knottsvillo Friday returning Saturday MbB Lecretla Mldklff Mr James E Magan and wife attended tiro tu floral and burial of Mrs Jeff Baraott ait Reynolds who died tho Gh s Mr Ira Barnett who lives with his grandmother Mrs LucArtia MidJdff measlesj and family contemplate Joining the new Kcntuckycoinny in Missouri In tho near future Mr W A Taut and nephew bLuttar Stanley Miller who have beer Ylskt I COL R00EYifIf I JlfSOUTH POLE Perry Wants ExPresident to Lead Party Wouldnt Have Much Time At Home After Returning From Africa Washington Feb 8 From tho Jungles of tropic Africa to the Ice fields of the antarctic circle Theta tilo very latest programme mapped TheiI have a rival organization to deal with in tho near future and it goes without saying that the newer aggregation will embmco same members who have no scientific Interest In the nailing of tho Araercari flog to the south Ilole- Roasovolt for leader of tho pros pective antarctic expedition Is the In direct suggestion of Commander Peary whoase motive It may be Btatedls Bclontific amid not political Commander Peary who nccordng to all indications soon will bccomo n roar admiral and be placed on tho retired list through a special act of congress Is quoted In an Interview t today on the south polo qu3t1lon as mentioning the name of Roosevelt us that of a man familiar with the ant arctic situation and one whose sym pathlefl are entirely in favor of any movement of exploration in that di rectionWhen asked specifically whether he meant to say Roosevelt would be his choice for the lender of the expedition Mr Peary Is reported as saying with a significant smlb I am not responsible for any In ferences that may be drawn The fact is ho continued I sent a communication a year ego last May to the International polar com mission then assembled at Brunei i In that communication I dealt at length upon time practicability and the advisability of proceeding with an American expedlton to tho ant arctic regions- I I also stated continued Com mander Prary that Theodore Roosevelt was familiar with the project In general and that it had his hearty sympathy and approval My position since then hay not changedAs now stand provision undoubtedly will be made for the equipment and starting of the American artarctic expedition not vary long after Roorwvelt returns to his native land next tummer It would be a trifle premature to eay that the great statesman traveler and hunter will embrace the polar idea atl Inifcr entlally suggested But it is interesting to unto that the Wheat=odo withourcxPresldents problem Is not likely to become utale in his caws for lack of field for his energies It also In Intimated that if Run sir velt mtulo a dash for the south pole und If any Dr Cook boat him back to civilization the latter would not have to go to Copenhagen in order I to get his certificate of membership to the Ananias club Band Entertainment Realizing that Hartford needs a Brass Band tho Maccabees have ta ken up the matter in earnest and with the assistance of the good people of our town we feel like wo can putt the matter through with but little In convenience to us all Ue have arranged to have several flrstclnss entertainments at tho lo cal opera house at a very small price and should we get the cooperation of the citizens in attending these entertainments It will be highly appreciated by the members Hoping that everyone interested will show it by their liberal patronageWe Hartford Tent No 99 K 0 T M N JJour first entertainment will be advertised about the 1st of next week Enumerators Examination Quite a large class of applicants for Census Enumerators tar Ohio County were examined before Postmaster 31 L Heaverln at tho college building In Hartford last Saturday We are I not advised Oa to how many enumerators will be given positions in the county but judging from the number of apllcant it is intended that several will be appointed Those torso were examined are as follows ViI liam D Morris Robt E Taylor Carl Park John T Royal John H Stewart Samuel W Leach Charles C Parish Orllstia R TIne sy Clement S Mox ley Spotwood E iMcKenney EQSchroeter George W Dram Orvll Leo Roy Orlamd JH Park John P Har rison w P Miller W ClaudtiMc Ie r f 0 V Kenney Clarence E Raloy Lato LIEmbry Clarcnco B Shown F Chapman Nat B White John B Wallace Henry C Cwder Goo W Rowe Goo W Mart Tmos P Roy al Logan P Crowd John falter Taylor Samuel B Bshop Jas L Brawn Shilo C Hun r P K Wood William W Duncan Ms Abble Whk tinghlll Guy Marlow Silas L atcvcnn Vivian R Ferguson At the same time an examination was held for rural mall carriers on a route from Rey nolds Ky Thoie who took this exam ination are as follows R L Owen Grover C Ivoyd Jesse H Uyd and Wm H Lyod- sNoticeTeams Wanted 1 the undersigned Supervisor of Roads of Ohio county Kentucky will bo at the following points for the districts mentioned on the dates give at 2 oclock p m for tho purpose of letting to the lowest und best bidder the contioct for teams to pull road graders during time year 1910 In accordance with order of the scent Fiscal Court of Ohio county FOrth6 Rockport Magisterial Dis trict at Pond Run church Monday Feb 21st For Bittver Dam Magisterial District at Union School house Wed nesday Feb 23 For Roslne Magisterial District at Renfrow Thursday Feb 24 For Hartford Magisterial District at Dada Saturday Feb 26th For Sulphur Springs Magisterial District at Sulphur Springs Monday Feb 28th For Fordsvllle Magisterial dis- trIct at Fordsvlllo Tuesday March the 8th For BartleUs Magisterial District at Ralph Thursday March 10th For Centertown Magisterial Dlstrclt at Cenert0wu8aturdayMnich 12th Parties securing tile contract for this service will be required to ox ecute good and suffialnet bond for the faithful performance of duty Anybody from anywhere may bid for the contract regardless of location Par ties procuring the contract will be noqured 4o furnish fist class turn and work ten hours i er day under di rection of myself and district overseer for from 80 to 130 days I reftrve the right to reject any and all bids W B TAYLOR Supervisor of R3dof Ohio county a TAFT OPENS HP 4000000 ACRES Then Ballenger Withdraws Vast Tracts Containing Pow er Sites Washington Fob 9More than 4 000000 acres of public lands which wore included in time foresr domain wore thrown open today and will be available for homestead settlement by the action of President Taft when he approved the plans for the reelasslfl catlon of forest lands which was formulated by Gifford Wnohot It had been found that millions of acres of land which were tlllabla were being held back unintentionally in the forest domain In the State nf Idaho along more titan 400000 acres were so included The plans for the elimina tion of these lands were formed by Mr Plnchot and charted last oummer Too elimination Is not complete and threeten4hs of the total public forests aro yo to be reclassified Secretory Balllnger today withdraw from public entry more lands sup posed to possess valuable water pow er sites or deposits of minerals More than 16000 acres along the Brenau river in Idaho and about 28000 acres along tho Salmon sliver in Idaho and Nevada weix posed legislation to ef feet water power sites Tho Secretary aloe withdrew more than a half million acres in Wyoming supposed to contain valuable coal der posits ROSINE Feb 9 Farmers are busy burning plant beds and breaking Irony ground Mr Harvie Day of Flint Springs visited his brother Tom limes and family Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Betty Pierce and daughter 1Usa Sue visited Artlo limes lat Sunday Artie Hines visited Mrs Emma Cox last Tuesday Mrs Mary Aw+ try and Mrs Anna Sahroader visited Mrs Ante Hlnei last Wednesday Master Timmlo Vance visited his friends Roy and Clarence Hines kist Sunday lira Myrtle Kuykendoll visited her grand mocher Mrs Patsy Kuyken doll Saturday night On Saturday night before tlno third Sunday dm thug month we want all the members of the cbrlStttan church at Roslne to be present There will bo some particular business to attend to It 1 ct iREY ItitF KITED t lOHRISTIAN COUNTY l Negro Farmer After a Desperate Battle Succeeds in Choppingy His Head Off Hopkinsville Ky Full 8AtJer a detqurrato fight with a ferocious whir wolf James Hurdle a colored cn npxc on tho farm of Lloyd Wilson In South Christian radar She Teiuiosbco line succeeded In overcoming tho animal and chopijcd off its iiead with r a ax This Is the second wolf that Irm been killed In Christian county ArHi lu a month Nowstead farmers recent ly brought ono to bay with fox hounds and ended Its cater of devastation amimg tho shop flocks of that ne1ghiborhood The wolf killed by Ilardto had Iran time lo time during the last none months been slaughtering sheep and dogs along the Tonnessto line This negro heard distress1 yelping lunonaMs fox hounds and on going bami found his eight puppies dead They had been torn to pieces by f the fangs of tho wolf Two old houiwk had evidently fought the intruder ni they were covered with blood from gaping wounds Handle saw the iwolf making oft fin the darkness Ho returned to the house for a lantern which ho twour ed and armed only with a tobacco stick went back to the barn His two young sons one of whom had an ox accompanied him The wolf had re turned to tile barn to finish its in terrupted meal Hardies shcphord dcg bravely attacked tho animal tout wan nearly killed In a tight lasting but i a few monents The wolf then advanced on Hardie growling and show 9 ing its fangs The negro struck time animal with the tobacco stick as it sprang on Iflm Another blow stun nod the animal but it continued its attack until beaten off tho man by strokes of the ax wielded by On o the lays Handle seized the weap on from his sons hands and chop i- II at tie boots head finally severing it completely from the body Hundreds of people have Visited the Wilson farm to see the dead wulfIIt was a large specimen Its fur except for a few black spots and UB head was black The night it wvs j dispatched in addition to Hardioa elghtt puppies it had killed two largo hounds on Harry Wzfltone adjoining farm and two bulldogs earlier In the evening three miles acres the Ten4 flosses line NEW BAYMUS Feb 5Tima tanners in ithls community are making good use of the might days They are sowing plant beds and clearing ground Mr Martin Neighbors Olaton pJid Mr Will Park of Narrows visited Mr Rowo HnTl son last Sunday Mr Harrison Is slowly recovering from a slight a tact of pneumonia and la grippeMr J H Thomas was In our midst the 4th filling out pension papers for those wjio could not go to IHa office on account of bad Wealth and weather v Dr Stewart of Dundee was calkd to see Mr Rowe Harrison last Tues day Little Misses Ara and Mary Banntt rutted their aunt Miss Foreman Sat urdayMiss Grace Wedding of Barrotts Ferry is visiting Miss Olivia Harrison 1 at this writing TheM will be spdaklnlg at Narrows warehouse Saturday Fob 12th on to bacco Heart Not Always on the Sleeve A light manner does npt necessarily tenJestso and YOU day find serious worth under that gayety you rLOr Course dealtnIngambling but a man will loso Just as much Chicago News WYSOX Feb 9Mm1oanny Bentow return vIsstlagwho has barn ill but Is better John lint ill Leslie Davenport and IIIOlast i aToprofltaliMUnclo Dick Taylor aod brother Hl raori Taylor are sick The wheat is oolong very bittmt waslookingWo are a RachootertJyJIget miles aria the river to erase WeJtlirehereFtUlnemareploWmgmoiothan most lv yearare J