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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a y ir Ye 4 4f Z I f 4 Ir t tartferb Uqubiican Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XYII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY IS 1910 No JI SUPER ION OF PUBLIC STATUE Provided in Bill That Pass ed National House Genial President Taft Complains of The Formality of White House Entertainments Washington D C Feb 12A bill which has passed the lower Hotke of Congress provides for some sort of authoritative supervIsion of the Public statues which are to be set up la the Natlonal Capitol in the future The need of such a law will have bccn apparent to anyone who has visit ed Washington at any time during the last decade Too little attention has boon paid to tho merit of ho so called works of art which bestrew the city Thene Is no National commission of artists to reject the mene trlclous monuments and the Capital sufferers under an exhibition of sculp tural atrocities that have been erect ed In parks circles and squares from ono boundary to another ilL the en- thusIasm that infected our legislators when it was first seriously pro posed to make Washington the most beautiful Capital In the world appro priations were made for coney statues and monuments that have become ayesores to a growing native aesthe tic discernment Our art Is much ridiculed by foreign vlsttnrs As the dec ortlve mania stauck Congress after the close ot the Civil War it Was difficult for the members and oven for the people at largo to conceive of any American worthy of a monu eut who had not heel a warrter The result was the erection of stat utes to Revolutionary Mexlcu1l and Civil war heroes until the city became an arnea for the display of prancing steeds mounted by military idols of every degree The effect pro duced by coming upon these impossible houses rearing In every park would have been absurd enough but so much bad workmanship lack of fidelity and Inferior ideals of art have been displayed in many that the equIne exhibition In bronze has be como a joke among foreign visitors mid a subject of mortrLlcatlon to judicious residents In the beginning of tOO adorning period a few Il- groo3mcn had been to Europe and the sight of magnificent monuments In Paris and Berlin arousal iw their aspiring but Ignorant corrrelOUSneHi II desire for emulaton comparablo only to the young housewife who seeing clolronoo vases in a neighbors house stops at the five and ten cent store ontho way home to equip her own mantel with works of art To them a statute was a statut and one Wgh pile on bronze was just us good as another But since then the Amen can Ideals In art have been develop ed and chastened Forelgp travel has educated the public mete and the demand for more aesthetic and har monious effects in architecture and statuary has been the result With the exception of the Post Office the public buildings erected in Wnshlng ton In the last few years have bebn beautiful and satisfying The Jtlunicl pal Bulldlng rhe Now Museum and Agricultural Buildings the magntf+ leant Union Station lIro aU good mod els of their kind With this lutea- prpposal to restrain an Ignorant orC careless disregard with reference to the statutes that are to bo erected the public maybe protlccted against II nepetdtionn of the offenses khat blur the beauty and dignity of the Natlo w al CLlyCPresident TaU the must genIal and democratIc Presldent that has over occupied the W119 House has earn plalned about the formality ot the en tertalnntent thAt his pOSit1onmakCB necessary and has furnished copy for the professional humorists ibyhlsC ptlnt1vo remark that le twdshed his frIends mtpyht just drop In at the White House min Taft notwlthtttnd- ing bls vigorous nllriJdt ails pemotrnl dignity aDd wtde oxpor1enJCe among non isabove all thtdgea gOOd fel low to thQ betternetisaof thatt QX ldol1f and the rstriLJlIItS of hits of tidal 7pcsltton wear on him Hob Jdcii fatmlaalftytfOtu scare ct his intenoure Yfltk men w i 11 f y has boon tlneuncoaventional and wy humor of a matt who is one of the boys The deadly dullness of official entertaining the cabinet dlnncrsthlJ prearranged interviews the regu tar and prescribed Cabinet mcdings are nil ponalttes wirichi he pos for for his office Ho evades the ormall ties is far as ho can Cabinet Minls ten and Dlplontnta are known to lmve cooledtheir heels while the Free dent clcsetld with some unofficial dent cloreted with some unofficial friend has boon exchalUlhlg SDrl9 and roaring ovor some recent Joke The French say Cest a rlre It Is to laugh all tim time with tlle President No ntischievlous school boy ot ten flails gretet need of laughter than this big good humorod boy wit o lion never qqltJJ grown up Everything that Is not humorous or that can not bo given a humorous turn inborn a to tho President and the funeral atmosphere of the White House hOB at ready chilled him Mrs TAft on the other hand is ono of the most formal and conventional of women Of ficial entertaining and high poskio with its formal prescrlptUonsare her delight and during her residence In Washington and the PhPlllns sln- ohasalwayybeenthe grande dame Her semiinvalidism since last Spring has not compelled her to relax in the least and her ttptpearanee at the roc- ctjUons this winter however brief has always been markud by a full con sciousnese that she Is the fim t lady in the land This fen ot Ito bo construed as n crJtJcllsm of Mr matter which Is and hays been beyond reproach but merely to mark a differ ence In this much observed couple which is apparent to every one who meets them The President is prob ably Mrs Tafs most enohuSlastic admirer Her soclalambition and skill excite a wonderingsaimlration and approved In Ho sees In her an aspiration and capacity which he does not share and re apparently takes It Cora manifestatlbn of gen- Ius He quotes her continuously His collected speeche would show a small percentage that did not make some reference to hr He lull always a9 sated that wllthollt her lie Would never have boon President hud ho eagerly agrees to her oft quoted remark It was I who made Bill In hIs big hearty laughing fashIon he pays her every trtbu7o of admtra- tion and respect and their very dlfI ferenees of disposition and manners to have commented x deep andI tendor affection They may be held as the typical and Ideal Annorlean couple so lately derided and denounced by our Japaneso visitors in which the husband without any sus- piclon of gallantry or self effacement on his own part dellglmts to assume an attitude of inferiority and subp1lssion to his wife FOR THE BUSY READER T II Robert of G31nESVUI Ga was named grand secretary of the In dependen Order of Odd elloVoJ to succeed J S Tyson of Savl111nl111 whrI sled last week The naval tug Nina which hku bhen- given Up as lost by the Naval Department wag slighted Sundays afternoon oft Montnuk Point and will prooobly roach Boston today Mirs Margie Calhoun grannddnugh tor of South Carolinas famous states man John C Colhoun and n slater of Patrick Calhoun ot SM iFMnclsco at Atlanta Ga aged 63 years Robret tUller 27 yars old and married met JllamilIooo a former sweetheart tub Waco Tex and Wiot her to death with un automatic pia He illicit blowout hlg own rbtains- Tho S endless letter obtain achume- hris bgen adopted by a Newport rcy man to obtain a pardon for Henry YouWey who Ls serving a life term In prison for the murder at William GoebeltSeveral Qhfo counties it is reporlI ed rom Lexington are anxious to join the Koutucky Burley pool W H Patte on n prominent Pilro courtly Ohio tobacco grower was In coafor- ettco wIth President Clarettw LeBuac of rho Burley Tobacco Society audt noel that he would make a caAvasJa- ataosug the tanners of his section In the Iuter eet of the pool ANOTHER LINE FOR HARTFORD Extension From Adairville To Come This Way Story Possibly Confused With Electric Line Up Rough River Valley Tho work on the survey of the proposed line of the I and N which Is io bo blJIIl from Nashville to Ow ewooro will shortly be commenced possibly within the next two woks Tier mate as now proposed will be from lad1vlUo to Adair ine tawnce to Morgantown and Beaver Dam com- Ing on to Hu1tford and entering Ow enaboro This will then give Owens bore much better railroad fae111tlem and will be a great help to nU east ern points when the bridge is built across the Ohio river The matter of building this road hat been untkr consideration for son time and It was flint suggested that tho route would ho made so us to include Leiichfietdconneeting with the I C at that point but this plea It Is said has beent abondomd und the line after lIterlllg Hartford w1l1 be built drcet to OwonsOOlU The DU6Ineii Mens association has been instrumental In securing this hitter rote feeling that it would be much more advnntageous to the people of OwensboroOwensboro Inquirer Wo give the above from Welnus days Owensboro Inquirer for what if is worth r and trUE that it may be true However we nt Inclined to doubt the story to some extent We tall to see why the L N In build Ing from Nashville to Owenssbom would come by way ot Morgantown an Hartford from Adalrvllle when they have a litre direct into Owensboro fen AllalnUle We irate be n expsctiog- as electric blue up the Green River and Rough River alleys from Ennsv- 1Uo Henderson wIth n branch from Owensboro by way of calhoun Iavtr more Han ford Morgantown and onto Bowling Green This lino it a feasible one find wo belea sill be constructed In the near future It may be that tlm Inquirer has gotten this prolood Une which idam been umder- conaidero lomi for several years mix od up with Owensboro Xaoovlllo project Hartford Is in an IIltltuda to accept either ste1m or electric line which cam he headed our way The Wool Growers Meet The Ohio County Wool Growers As soclatlollJ me8 fit Hartford Fehrurry 5th 1910 The house was called toI order by Pres E C Baird mInuteS of the last megdng were read and adopted It was moved and seconded that we elect an Audtolr to audit the pledgeS when signed Up and send them to tilo State Secretary Motion lost It was then movedj and second ed that all plcdgos be signed up IIInd sent to the County Secretary of the Wool Growers Association by- March 20th and that ho audit lllcmJ and send them to time State Sec rotary Motlolll curried Moved sand seconded that wo elect n graderI Motion arrled Mr James was placed In nomllJlj ion and unantnous- ly elected Moved and seconded to gradingthiant the Same amount to assist the grads on delivery day Diction car nod Moved and l1COOnded that we knV the time and place for delivery to t1 State Secrotary Datlon oarC tied The tncotlug adjourned to meet at s Hartford the first Friday in Aprn- at 9 a m AU pledges must be signed nndI soot to D M Stewart HnrtfordKy R F D No 2 by March 20th A S of E members hold your poul uutU nfJlJor tho oountY mod ing to APril Some ments will bet then to handle themIn DL STEWART Secretary Ohio County Wool Growers Assodaltlonte Wanted Smooth White Oak Logs 14 In and do diameter 101to 18 foot long Ditverec at track any sUMUon Ad dress M W HAItNARD g- Ii ord Ky 80t9 tin graF BILLS BY NON W S DEAN Magistrates To Get Fiv Dollars Per Day Would Provide More Perfect and Speedy Way for Ditch Right of Way Frankfort Ky Feb 15 lr Doon tho repreomtntve from Ohio county In the lower house of the general assembly imps Introduced throe bills which have caused conslderabl comment here and they attic all or general interest to the people of the state One of them provides for Incrooas lug the pay of justices of the ptrgc from JI to 5 a cloy tor attendance at the Ee lon of the fiscal court This bill hItS been referred to the commit tee on county And city courts and a reporl on It by the committee Is re- peatcd tJHla- yAnQtllerbl by Mr Dean affect the ditching and underground drain ago done by the counties Tlnls bill has been referred to the conunitte un pUblic ditches A third bill Introduced by Mr Dtoo11l provides for an appropriation of 20 000 fir time erection of It munununct on the Shllo battlefield In memory of the Union and ConftClcnlte sol dieTS who lost theIr Jvts iu the mem- orablo Shllo battle This hil seems tope lust In the Sinktts the commit tee on appropriations reported it adversely and It was denied u third reading HILL FOR THE JUSTICES De It enacted by time general as- sembtyoftht commonweulthof Ken tucky That section 1845 article I ehapttr 52 Kentucky stahrtcs be amended by striking out tIle words Thre Dbl lara and lusertlng In lieu thereof the words Fivo Dollars so that eaid section when no amended shall read as follow Section 845 The members oC- tho court except the county Judge shall be ontkled- U five dollars per day for tflch day they were engaged to holding fiscal court Jul oleo fur each day lu which they were engaged in actual a- teudanco at time meetings of tits snit court Said comlemuuttlon to he allowed by said court and to Iii paid out of the county levy PJtldec that no compensation shall he ul lowed tho members of said court for attendance of the meetings ut the eomnlttecs thereof except In those counties that maintain n systems of free turnpikes under the control nod sulerviston of lie fiscal court All acts or parts of acts In con filet herewith are hereby riwialed This shall take effect and be In full force and effect from and after its passage ttnd approval THE DITCH BILL Do it enacted by the genenml ustm of the commonwealth of KcnI tuck Section 1 That wltanever It becomes necessary to enxr upon the lands of another to oocure m out let to an underground ditch or drain the Grron so entering open the lands pt another shnll be required to continuo said underground ditch or drain to such place for all outi let as not to damage said lanrL bIwater emptyIng upon same Sectlo 2 That whenoversuch underground ditch or drain becomes beneficial to trio land of salll owner of the land through which it pasKes hall be requltrred to play a reasonable biota of the costs of drain upon staid promises and be permitted to usa same as an outlet for such llJulns as he may make Section 6 That whenever the par tlesoYl which an clraln is proposed piss shall fail to agree as to the location of soft drialn it shall be the of the county judge of the county In whIch Slid laud is situated an appoint two disinterested housekeepers in the magisterial didudeb In which said land Is situated suet of kin to etther party as commltssloners who alter bong duly sworn shulhgo UJIQIJJSald land end locato same to- ethe with dtmenstons and size end qty qf Ulo to be used and th Spe city the deptlm of the said ditch and cost of same and tit apportion saam upon the parties respxtivlcy timid tc- ode that said lIrtln is properly rom plotcd Provided That It said commltr stoners doom It best to pay thu amount fIxed by said commlltitonerH mayeto lest same as otlllr debts are cOlocted before any justice of the p ace hay log jrtsdlctlon of time anoumat Section 4 That it the two com mJsstoners fall to agree upon heir work they may call III a thlyd m to who shall decide tbo matter in controversy between the fiat tvo and for their services they shall be allowed ono dollar per day to he lad by the parties respectively uecottting to the benefitS received T CEDAR GROVE Fob lDro Harper filled his regular appointment here Satulvluy- nlgtb and Sunday Mrs J D Utchll is rLsitting her daughter Mrs Noah White of lLar ford this week Mr Frank Berkley is very low or pneumonia Mr Otis Duff of Sulphur Springs visited Mil biter Mr E W Magnum Saturctiy nIght and Sunday Mr Topr Qulenbur and family or Dundee were the gtmels of Mr Rob Quisenbury and family Sunday Mrs W P Mldkiff hay a light no tack of pneumonia find la grippe Miss Vena Magan visited 3listo Minnie and Maggie VedcUng Wodnes day Mesita Murry Coppago and Edgar Magan made a bustucss trip to Bantus Monday OHIO COUNTY BOY HONORED E M Coleman Made President Home Telephone Company Time llJulwlle HOl1lld contains the following account of tile promotion of Mr E M Coleman a native amid former citiizeu of Ohio eouny and Mn- or Dr J S Coleman time enlimemxt Baptist dlvhte who was so well knows all over the Green River country At the onpuuzatlon uteotiing rsf the newly elected board uf ltmh1Hone Telepl1oue Contpauy DhfllSh- alll yesterday morning in the exertr- tilve offices of tho cOIIIIIIIW R M Coleman fomnucr Vice Presidemmm of the comlrtny was tItcttli to time presidency to succeed C C DlckI resigned Judge John M Lasoiug of Walton Kentucky was elected Vice Presldcut tlld George M Doone of Louisville way elected Sscrortry and Treasures to succeed himself Col Jo hulL D POWl1S of Louisville was time only nmember of the Board of Directors absent from the meeting Mr Colemans election was 11111n- lmons Routine business followed mill tho meeting adjourned In M hmours time E M Coleman the newly elected President was the man who cuncety ed the idea of lndependeut competition with the Bell Bnterosts la lAU lsvllle and through his tnetrumeu tallty local eaplitalists wteo lntee- ested and the company organized At that time he was made Sccnctary but resigned shortly afterward to b come Vice President of time comnpam unit has since oom the ackve head of the company Mr Bickel only nominally acting in thlYcnJlOclty of presIdent School Notes Superintondenc Henry Leech haft re delved notice from Supcrlnto11d3ot of Public Instructions to the effect that the last months play for ttoachers rwUlI probably tint be font out for rome two or three weeks The Boarc of Eduatiomi wU muect March iitlu to consider the boundary of subschool districts Harry Leach Sherman Thylor and Ells Sandefur Rob Roy have entered school ot Bowling Green Mss Arbyo Drown of CentQrtown neighborhood who has successfully tJaught tour contsecutive richoels at High View will cuter school at Bowling Green next week MoSt of the schools ofUtIQ county have closed TMs has beers one of the hardest wInters on ols 1nI many years HENRY LEACH S C B WOULD ACCEPT A THE NOMINATION 1 Judge ORear Ready 1 i Make Race For Governor No Scramble for it But if Place is Offered Him He will Go In To Win Mt Sterling Ky Feb IG Notwith standing reports to the contrary and garbled newspaper interviews whick kayo recently been published na of tidal It cnnbe stated as a tact that Judge Ed C ORtr who Is rvI-ng his second term as Appellate Judge wlllaccept time Republican nomination for Governor of Kcnucky and his boom has already been launched Some time ago nn interview appear od stating that the Judge was not a Ctudldute and knlllg the inter Once that ho would not accept too nomination and make tin race The article in part was the truth but not altogether so Judge ORear Is not a candldatr thattieshould he he nominated he will accept and run the race from and- to tend TIlls Is cure The boom lOt Judge ORear hUll been going on for many months amid If the eon thtrsydaysclamation In eonvJrsation With Republicans from every section of cite state tl1l11 Is tho general expresed opinionJudge OUcnr Iii probably the bestknown Republican lu the State and In Eastern Kentucky where he- Is known and lovedlmc is by tar the strongest atndidato that the party could name ns Its leader TIle story or Judge ORelrs lIfo ti like a novel and although he BUlrt streets and acting ns a printer devil In order to support a widowed ed poor selling 1JJws11tpers on thr mother his friends brave s xat him rl from obscurity to prominent and will never be satisfied until hserves as Governor of Iris State and then goes tin till SmJaJ9 cluamnber of time Utdteel Stu s His noluation ai the Republicamtsmtoodardhearer In the nut Gubernatorial fight is aim snrre- as anything CAn be In polities and he will accept Judge OHean frlcnth are not In the least Wtl1T1 cnrr tho tote Wr- Cuugressntan Stnnllr or Iecy Haley and In taut cry that they femur no man whom the lXmocrtg can nornlnate In this section or time State the most talked of man for time lkmm critic nonulnation Is the lion John U Allen Yf Lexington +Given Surprise Dinner Mr and Mrs D C Allen were gives a surprlae birthday dummies at their home In U05in on Thursday Feb 10th TluJr ages covers 76 nnll 72 years respectively Mrs Allen in company with II friend had called at u neighbors house near by and therefore knew nothing of the dinner until her tx turn home when to her surprise shme found two largo tables placed In the room and laden with an immense amid choice selection of vegetables and fruits Tho dinner was nttelllkll and enjoyed by the following friends and relaLlves Mrs Sarah Ann Park Mrs John D- St Clair and little daughter Corrine Mrs Lnura Dr1Jtcher and Miss Lois Parks Frlcdaland Mr and lira Jnhn Mack Ferguson and three chU dren Kennoith EunIce and Allen La Kemp Okla Mrs Tart Peach Williams Dines Mr ulld Mrs Charlie Stewart Mrs Harry Cummings Mrs J Thomas Allen and three children Corrine Mary and Elizabeth and Mr and Mrs W C Earp and little ron Russell Rosine Bruno Frey Nat rows and Mr and Mrs John F Allen Olaton Reward for Dog I will give 16 reward tor apprehension and convictiow of thclf who eb1e my dog fox hound white anti black spotted witted ears black epot Q center or baCk white legs With rod mingled with wit Answers nuam v STEVENSI r I SKIPS WITH HUBBYS DOUGH Mrs Georgia Lee Gone With Money Roll 1 She Loves my Bank Account Better Than She Loves Me Is His Explanation The following Item lt from the Ev- answille CourIer Placing mousy above love thus disproving the claim of poets of all ages Irs Georgia Lee wife of Gorge Ue a wealthy farmer of aaskot station Ktucky has suddenly disappeared tnklng with her ueorges bank roll of nearly 1000 rho entire affair hinges Itself aboutI the fact that George trusted too much Since it spring been lit the habit of giving ills WIfL n neat little wad or hllla when she carne to Eyansyllle to shop The bills were to he placed to his credit In an Ev- atuvIlle bank Georgia made her regular trips and rettuncd home with the deposit slip avhteh she turned over to her husband Shp did not explain to Mm however that tlhe bad not exp1alned to b bank officials that Jt was her huebands money and was not to W rornovell except at his orders As the trips to Evansvlllo Increased Mrs Leo persuaded her spout to take some of his money from other banks uitl place It In Evansville This lie dl with the result that the hank account which Georgia had opened swelled until tt amounted o nearly 1000 Then a week ago Georgia Who Is comely and confesses to hut twenty six ummer5made a trlll to Evansvill with the stipulation that she was to ennllnue to Mt Vernon to isag her mother a short visit Instead of lie poe lting the T5 which she brought with her she added 1000 to it for traveling xllemsb drawing a chock for thtr amount against her husband account Then Iho took a trip To what point Is not knownbut Jner husband hUll learned that she did not visit list mother YI terday loo paid a hasty trip to l lulvlle and ho placed tho mater IJ the hands of the police Ho returned to hts crops and other bank accounts Leo Nays that hoc and his wife hwe- nm r hAd unitle and that the only renreon ho can give for her dlsappear- arxe hI that she loves my hank account more than slie does one The pnllce have failed to find any truce of the woman us yet Canada Inconsistent on the Tariff A cat deal of Democratic now s- papor tslk on tine Tariff qucstlon Is basal f11 a luck of information ForI- msgance tho Washington Post of January 2s it spteaking of the traetof- lC the Unled Stales wIth CIllnllL 5 comp rd with that of the Uttitd Khgdmu siys Our trade wrh Canada has Innrlmst- 1d vsstly but tau InelUJW of Calla dlts trade with Great lIatan Is rel rJheby grcer all due to our ftu oils iwdcy ur raiollhig our Xurtholll neighbor Thar b nu truth inthat state nent The trade uf li a United SUres with Cad has grown much more ntpitlly thnt tIlllt of the United Kingdom In the year I1U8 Canada cnlheet- ed j11jI In duties on United Statda gody+ rllld only liWr9 on British gaddt Great Britain lUlllllbd- HlOUQrto of Canada Importq nnd the Unied States supplied In thosam- y e T OIjOOOOO In the year ID09 tho- eXJlors t Canada IncrluC1 clout 10 I00IIII hill tiieie wits nil stmllar Iti- crdstfFe ill the exports from the Unit el1 Kingdom qbe united Slits net only tress Oanadn with gront Ieul- tmy but allowlI that countryat leas leis done WI hOletoforoto dbcrlinl- nate aralits thu Unttcd Status In puny ways Without retaliating row thero will ho nn oppurunity to tie sure redress under the muxlmum and tnlninwm clautte of Use nuv rarHf- illw Coal well illustrates the HHllation In CnnRI Sir Richard CarLwrlgl- LIJllnhtfl of rude and ClJlllmurco o- fCanna in n pubfie tddloss In Par Illmmsl111 years ago spaikIng of the duty un eaal which lie denounced mid Ttiu prlnclple that Is the duty of thor Government to tnahle corain section of the exmununpty to tux the peoplo for their privae gain Is of all others taw ptirlCiple which n free people rhould submit to Other member of the present OJnll- dinn Govermnent opposed elt that time this duty un coal anti yet the Cana tllan Government Imposcs I duly on bitun trots coal of GO cents n tOil af coenparcd with 45 cents imposed W tin United States Tariff But the United States Is not dependent on fi ii4tt bd tt r f S T Canada for any coal Ontario the most populous province In Canada is do pendent almost entirely on the Unit al Status for Its ceal supply and the duty paid on American coal la alU- tgoher a tax on the people of that province levIed for Uo benefit or the con producers of Nova Scotia And Now Dnlllsw1ck Conslteucy Is not 11 jewel that the Canndl3n cabinet boasts of Elihu Root Constructor Ills nino years of experience III al moit overy form of exocttive work has dxincially fitted Mr Rai tot the high posItion lie now occupies AS senator from New York 6ate Seldotit- hit9 any Public mUll been tae well teased In the duties of rhrte coor din tto departments of guvcnnient labs early years acquainted him practically WIth the entire gpmut of ju dicIM forms The primIIIs and con- vietlons tor which he fought in his years of legal work wm tIre sub stratum on which ho onganlzed the War and Stat D IIrtlIIuus In later life Now In the leglslatlve branch of iQefnment the same qualities of mind the rame oonstroctlOJI force the same 0Idfalhlon8l11Irlncllll the store intimate kuowlt4le of mm rued methods will again ba u ed for the grxlll of the nation Impervlous to criticism Elthu Root continuos to maintain his convictions When t1 New York paper appealed to him for ant werte to a seees- of questions probvaurdotl to eecertain- his views on various stlbJc he re plied J do not want to go into a kind of cn service oxamlnltlHI regarding my fitneso for the Se1nteWhen men get to answering qUStll1l109 put to them for the purpose of detsrmin Ing whether the pCOl1O shall flyer them for office the tJJmlltatlon Is eery strong to ntak the sort of answer that the people are sup Ix ted to want and I do not thInk It is nt all certain that the best and most honft non woulll come out at the top of such an examination Direct lni action honest it purp- Kate diplomacy and legislation have never 11l 11rto him the whipcrings- iof greed dr duplicity every warrior who wmtcLw his work In the war Department very representative of a foreign nation who knew hIm as- tocretury of state will watch with tMI rank And file of the American lrvt- ide the work ddtne In the future by- Ellhu RootNatlonal Magazine lo IDooem1xr CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought rISignalure The Telescope That Floats in Water At the Harvard University Observatory a glgunHc telscope floss in u- aukt of water It Ls one of thhtrg- LI it the world the rflociug mirror belug five feel vrltl Mounted Ill a wat rtlglt cylindrela steel float t1w t18SCOlJO strings lit a c tncrete tack of of water only slightly JotrgI than he cylinder which is di tgred to fit t closely nod srtr as a pivot for the telescope Inilad or having It memlto cot a solid bus Machticry at each side holds and uldas k Tito wlur bars the weight and Ule noveuumts- of tIle tolescolte aro rugulItf3d bY tiny electric motors the gigantic mirror can he dtfSliy romovwl and raalvored when It grows din although two tons art indicated when it Is placed on thu srales Through this teloiC11O stars of the sxttOnth amt oighteaitth magnitude are revealed find It scorns 10 penetrate lute the very ab6S of the heavens While tl1e Instrument Is mounted in the Olll air the image IR reflected to all eyeprae In an adjoinIng building wlloro tito astron olller sits and make catcuillUon8 iu which mtlllons of mile are dealt with liS Indltforenly as the simplest sums In ordinary bookkeeping The lust look through n great telescope is dlsaJlvolntIng but the novice broolt sees that the flat appearance which the heavens prcent w the naked eye Is replaced by a curious concItn the moon and stars SJCIl1 to be hung in spacnrather than spread out on n flat surface For n moment ono feels nt the telescopra like a child watching the swift moving balls kept In the air by a juggler and oxpeotlng to scc on of thou great bright bodies fall Then comas tho UwughtWhat keeps thus there apparently buspendcd In space rwlth absolutely nohiag to hold thorn firm Tlao explanation of lie learned astronomer causes the burin of the layman to whirl and he sees himself perhaps for the flint time as a child gathering pebbles on the groat shores ot the sea or knowledge or as an Infant crying in the night nn infant crying for Ughtand with no language but a cryJanuary National Magazine yJo y A 7t TAKEN FROM CIVIL WAR NOTE BOOK OF J M LEACH Continued from last Week March 4 1862This morning we take up the march toPenrldtt In the morning 11 was c1ear but about noon it hogan to snow and coninuad for ono hour to come down qUite fast i but melted as It felltWo crof d 11111 Boston Mountains mind kept going until near suit w Wo cannped rear Fayettevfile having traveled 25 miles The next day wo travekil 12 miles to Elm Springs Started early In the morning the Gtb un the road to BentonvJ11e 9 miles distant there the fight began about to oclock and contInued a running fight unll night Stopped and oat OUT lavt rat ion that evening at 8 oclock we were again on the march leaving our wagons with our blankets behind Traveled until 2 oclock In the morn In whom we stepited to rest early In the morning after cat lug a few slices of bacon we matched It wag a clear cold morning an or our boys were In fine spirits They thought they were at leant to have a chance to try th2h lands with theIr enemy They fully believed that they would be successful So wt marched on the long lutes of infantry noveti withI a heavy and strady trend General Price loading the left and McColloch tine right We arrlwll on the ground In front of the enemy about 9 oclock At Yen the battle opened in earnest we driving the enemy back to their camp Our Gen eral Slack was morU111y wounded Before the line was framed we had driven then back lit every pointI About 4 oclock they brought on an avtack oar our wholo line At this time the rows of small arms but they were not able to sustain the charge and aPler standing dno hour they gave way In confusion our bays pursuit them beyond their camps When It became dark we fell back a few hundred yards and laid our a1111 II AINUt i oclock the next morning battled opened orlIn with great fury and the way balls played over ranks Thcy were InI earnest but to our gloat discomfort Generals McColloeli and lIcCosl1 had fallen and the whole force was brought against Irlce which gave way hut In such II way that rthiY dud not pursue them That night the ljtii we encamped 10 miles from the battlefield ro UI1IJ1Ics next morning for breakfast Some beef without rlaalt or bread At 9 oclock we marched same 20 ntlles wading the creeks and with It raining on us most or the day For supplies we killed a hog which we eat without salt or broad and laid duwn around our fires Without unv blankets So I might go on and of every day until WI reached Van Bu- rm but wltht few cxceptlons we glJt some mural and baked yt on rocks and made mush In our tin crpj Muny give out and were not able to go any fUlthl until the got tmlathlng to eat Match 28 ISI2We have been encamped un Frog liuoyon six nines from Van llurion Since the Hth the boys have gained their srtngth In a great measure though there is little sickness Those that aro sick are sent din the river to littlo Rock All that are able have been drilling Uuve hours each may Slacks brigade has bees julued to Greens and mnnbetrd the third brigade The outer brigades have been niot9ng for sewtml days and this morning we are readY IW stove Wo lire tot start cast and we aU thought that wo were taking roundhig on the Federals by going by Pontitcch It was rounding uro enough After marching seven twn days through the ralu and mud dup 1at1 uwl sBut tot aaiuat yulpnnt and pulling our wagons with our own hands tlllOugh the mud for da0s wo arrived at Dezark and tho next night WI wee quartered on board the stein or Vtcks4burg At this place wo left our baggage but what wo could carry Tito next morning wo sttrlod for Memphis Tonun We had a pleasant trip considering that we warnvery much crowded We reached Icmphls dim the kith of April and went Into camp ono ttnilo below town on a flat place of ground That night and tho next day It gained and we lay on the Wet ground without any tents it n few days our teats came land while we stayed at this camp wo eu- joyabI ourselves very well Hero We nccelved our nmny for our Stare eelYlcu and two months pay for our service In the Confedenato army Col Ross was appointed commimdcr- or time Post April 28 1862We got on board some cars for Carvont just bofbro nIght and arrived within a few miles next day of Cencnl about 10 oclockt- ime next day and went into camp I cannot give dates while we were Jicro but while we wero encamPt u this pike It was very wet weather1Ve skinned popular trees and i ti4a beds on the bark Most all of the ttV vI I 1uMoII time we mere out on our tOt duty and aomeltmess near the entity we could hear them can the roll and talkIng at any time whets out on our poet duty On the 1G of May awe WO- reorganized Captain Weldermlro was elected over Captain Flemmtugs and Bob Adams was left out This caned much dissatisfaction In our company Some thwY wanted to transfer to other companies In organizing the battailion Eugene Erwin was chosen Lieutenant Colonel Iud a man by the name of Vaughn Major Our br- statlien consisted of seven companes- On Uio 28th of May wo were ttl1arch ed out towards the cuemy wltht five days rations to take our place In the right wing Our wagnus were loaded amid Cent south This day Well In line of battle under the range of the enemies range guns The next day we moved but still under fire of those largo guns It lt quite un pleasant to lay down and have those large balls to whistle and to burst over you Some may like It but I don t This night about dark it came our time to leave the field and give Carve nt which had been a place that the South and North had been look lug for so long a time The onemy hnd taken so much trouble and ex penso to advance but when nil was ready for n storm on our little army they cero not there tiny more Thill retreat was very bad to the FcdT als they had collected aU of their force at this point for a complete wipe out of the rebellion but now the Rebels aro gone and It is out of the lmwer for the Federals to pursue Wo marched all night and camped about 1 oclock lnsopen field Marched at 3 oclock In the morning and the weather being very warm we suffered very much with heart though we did not take long marches It was hard to carry all of our clothes and blankets We reached Bolding In three days and remained there abut one week and moved ono days march and camped on the sand hills on out host duty We have been livIng very haul Beef Is very boor and the bread net good but tIle blackberries are 1lentiful and wo keep plenty on hand Con l ued Next Week American Farmers in Canada It Is not necessary to dwell for long upon the physical prosperity lhat Is being enjoyed by Americana who have moved Into the Canadian Pra Irie Provinces They would nub stay there of they were not doing well Though bread and butter are great soda and political acelhnatizers the fundamental contentment wilt tile American In Canada Is tho preduot of something more than growing thirty bushels of wheat to the acre and seeing his land multiply In value For your American abroad Is malting if not intenely patrloc Ho csrries a watch its eta vest locket rued Old Glory is the other Whenever an opportunity arises ho sing J1y Couo try tie of Thee and If an oppor trinity dues nor arise he quickly makes one I have joined scores of times to singing the first versa of that savorous hymn to the tune whir sumo of my friends believe hilt con appropriated by England for what they supposed was f1 parody on the JunIor JlwJonal anthem There must be something extraordinary In the pOlitical atmosphere which reconciles the Immigrant from below for tynlno to fire In a foreign country For limo American does not live lIy broad alone The truth Is of course that when Americans come to WeStern Canada they lmt find It A foreign country at nil In roll climate transportation agrIcultural machinery currency social observances churchesIn oven thing except time outward political forms the Ufforances wlllch they thought would be tremendous ar only trivah Iu most cases they are In favor of the adopted landFrom The Man with Cwo Countrtest b- ArthllI Hawker In January Nattonll MagazineQUICKS COUGH MEDICINE Quickest and best for coughs GtURAN1IUtD Sold by druggists Made by J C Mendenhall Medicine Coy LytsrlileIn Sign of Spring And now the Government says thQ RF D men musnt kill a rabbi en route and sprlllgttme Is at handand of coursethey will not be penmlttcd to peL ho children with bloasomsor toss tho rattle Of a raUlengku to amuse a crying babyAtlanta Constitution With time season fort spring freshets approaching wo may cct 10D to BOO those pictures of Inundated ParIs doing duty in Illustrating the stories of the floods in IOwa IllinoIs ttr 1 I ib 1 t u 1 n other places hat dO not toblt at all like the French capital Milwaukee News Wo are sorry for all of the moan thugs wo have ovt said nbouti dsa ground hog Il he will please curry spring along WI will promS tO treat him with distinguished csnsideratton hereafter Cluchmt GIJtIlIl1C1clal TrIbune While the temperature Is below zero In the North the bright lunshJDG and the presence pt Lillian Russell ml Houston With springtime warmth Houon Post A GBxnburg reader writES I want to say to the editor of the Illade that we heard the sweet antes of n bluebird In Glbtonburg yesterday Now wo Would be pleased to know If Toledo can beat it ro Wo resolved January 1 not to tell aDJ this yearToledo Blade Death of Mrs J R Her Manda Ky Feb 14Tjte dark winged angel of breath has visited one of cur rids ids ani neighbors ono who has midcd ill our neighborhood but Jar sometime tao been ItvhIty a 1cat cry Ky aa took from a v 1lrs her wife or Mr J R Ilor The whole cemntunity was shocked when the sad news came that she wars no more She was loved by all Who knew her and leaves a husband and Seven small children to mourn her loss Her remains were brought here and enter red In the family burying ground on the 13 Ins Weep not fond husband and chil dren as those who have no hope for she has proven by her walk and godly conversation that while earth has one mortal less Heaven has one an gel more B H S WHAT PRES TAFT SAYS HE FAVORS No New AntiTrust Law But Merely Strengthen Pres ent One row York Feb 1Gpresl nt Taft in a speech at tJhe New York Republican clubs Lincoln day dinner tonight gave a little hope for broakiag- up the trusts Ho said- It law enforcement Is not cotsisa eat with present business methOd then business must bJ chi1ntged to conform with taw Ho eulogized the PilncAldrlch VTtr law this bent law the administration all pledges bolllg fulfilled the tariff law the best law ever and not reslonable for the high cost of living The government dxsa not cure pmlc9 In Wall street He made no ptrnnise to change to another anti trust law but tu strengthen time present one He does not want the postal savings bill amended to lot money deposited he kept as savings In banks under trustees powerlets to use the funds He contended lint congress did revise tllo tariff generally downward Ha advocated a bill which makes the issuance of an Injunction In iabor diE putes without nolleo lose power after five days unless a hror1n6 Is had Lie says this bill Is not us strong as Gom pers and the laborites want fc though ho hopes time insurgents and regulars rill get together and settle Internal questions WthH1t futher contlroyer 9 He says the Dcmocaats are mak lug a big howl became of high pntcos following a tariff revision while COll- lblnatLolIs In aawtraint of trade and an Increase In the measure of values caused It The Cocaine Habit Time cocaine habit seems to be spreading ill Canada Sometimes It is used in the sllllle of n glutton of the crytalllue form with seine other ingredients and injected by means of a hypodenurlc syringe It is also taken or oaten In the form of pills These two methods are not so commOn as the simpler way of atlng It as snuff In this case the pure cocaine crystals are crushed to a powder In n actor tar and In this form It Is retailed A small quantity or the powder Is shaken cot the back of the hand and then Inhaled through the nose The end of Indulgence Is physical wreckage Those who deal Ill cocaine and act as agents between hl druggists and the user are termed snow birds lute anon who soil the cocaine to tthe- unforturnto vletnts or the habit ire called peddlers anal the prot1ta they make are considerable A vial which thor can buy for 1 Is wads l1lbo as many as two dozen piaekages och containing enough cocaine friracouple of doses and there sell for 25 cents each Not content with this pnlft- sJmo of the peddlers adulterate tine contents of their plCJtogC1JbomcLc acid being principally used for this llUrpOC The authorities ill Toronto are said to bl dOing all they can to stop thiq illegal tredo in cocaine but the victims at the drug at so cunning that prevention 190 very difficult mat- tterDundee Advertiser r C i J ark ALL rMUST l REPORT No Release For Any Corporation Or Firm Once More Calls Attention of Those Yh4 Have not CIied y Collector Lawson Reno on s1Itur day mailed fourteen hundred oqi letters throughout the district to the several corporations and Insurnnco- ompanlesh again clung their Itten- tlon to the fact that thor must rondar a report of their gross and net incomes before March 1 1910 Collector Reno says many of these roportv have already been sent In bUt thore Is still a large number Who have fhll edt to give this matter thtr attonttuit Ho also stated that nanny had the Idea that no repont was necesiuri where the income did nut exceed 5000 Collector Reno says this 1e an erroneous Idea that all conport dons are requIred to snake a re port regardless of the amount of their income The letter sent out reads us follows Attention Is called to the provi sions of section 38 or the act of Au gust 6 1908 requiring croprolt1oM- in1l Insurance companies subjeon u the special excise tax therein lrope ed to render returns ot their grosa and net Incomes for the calender yra c 1909 on or before March 1 1910 It appears that some have the ldfll If the not Income does not amount to or xceed 5 000 nO report Is required This Js a mistake ns reports are required regardless or the Amount of the net income As tthe law Imposes a penalty of tram 1000 to 10000 for failure or neglect to trendCI1 those returns on time and In order to protect the tax payer as tar as possible I take this mot od of again calling attention to tbc importance of n prompt compliance with the provisions or the law Be- spectiully LAWSON RENO Colleotor Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement wltk the publishers of the Inland Farmer of loulsvllle whereby We are enabled tofurnish The lIartrold RcJlI lean and that paper ono year for 160 The Inland Farmer Is a wieokly Jour nal and one of the bolt fame papers published In the United States Our readers should take advantage ol this offer tt Something to Cogitate Nothing In this world says the Philosopher of Folly would bo such perfect happiness as love would be It It were Another Idea Ff things dont come yo way ell fast ez you think they orter It may be becuz yeti are goln so swIft they cant hit your gait Which Stout Party who has dropped cigar Now which can I afford to bosomy cigar or my back button London Opinion A Hungarian Pompeii A dispatch from Budapest no flounces that 4 lIungarinn archaeologist M DUday In certain excavations which he was superintending near Zslbo In Transylvania has discovered the site of the ancient Roman city ot- Porollssum and Is enabled to recon struct the town The houses have resisted the ravages of time being sub stanttally built of brick and adjoining one another The rooms are very small but regular In form M Dudsy has also como upon the ancient theater of great dimensions whIch should give some Idea of the size ot the town The archaeologist considers that Pore Jlssum had a population of 30000 Cannibal Cave Dwtilers Recent dIscoveries In Norway of human bones mixed wIth hearth ashes Indicate that the cave dwellers or the North capo worn cannibals Extreme Flnene of Pore A grain of fine sand would cover one hundred of the minute scales ot the human skin and yet each or those scales In turn covers from throe hundred to fivo hundred pores- Moderation Do nothing that you know will hurt you and when you do what Isbenefis EuripidesdeclaredgUt of heaven To tare LaOrippe ad eewlM Z4 Years lairs QUICKSCold and LiOrippe tTA8LETm if yttr racetst ietMl irrp tiro sad 25t is J C MeideehilMedf GEeMtwew Iand set them pelt psid Gttrrartesi- r I 1 N jte-e YOUNG TEDDY IS ALSO HUNTER lad Seeks Beasts Son En Itern Cupids Jungle Theodore Jr is Engaged to Miss Alexander Pretty Gotham Girl New York Feb 11 Society hero And abroad will he greatly Inter vtci In and not p little surprlsctl ait tiro engagement annoamced by Mrs Henry Addison Alexander of her xUiuglvtc Mitts Eleanor Butler Alexander anti Theodore Roo vclt Jr eldest son of Col and Mrs Theodore Roosevelt While young Mr Roosevelt has fre uently been a guest at tho enter talmnents of tho season there has newer been a rumor of tin engage ment Miss Alexander is the only daugh ter of Mrs Alexander wlioo home Is at 42 West Fortyseventh sweet Sho was Introduced to society two Years ago and wits at that time n member of the Junior League and had a prominent part in the entcRaiumont liven that year at the Plaza She has itiraveled extensively with her mother in Europe and in tho last two summers in this country they YislitedI the Yellowstone Park Alaska and points of Interest on the Pacific slope Mr Roosevelt during tho yeara when his fath r was President was seldom in Washington except in ills holidays from school at Harvard Sooi After leaving tho university he went to Thorn psonvllle Conn to learn the car et industry from its beginning When In New York State he lives at tho family country place at Oyster Bay Miss Alexander Is a greati friend of her fiances sister Miss Ethel Roose velt and she frequently visited her- at J the White House While no date has been mentioned for tho wedding tt will not toke plnco before the return of Col Roosevelt from his shooting itrlp in Africa which will be about the middle of Juno t Miss Alexander Is twentyono years eld Her father Henry Addison Alexander was formerly a prominent Now York lawyer but now resides dn Paris where for ecveral years he has been ounsel for tho American Embassy Yes Ive cabled my father said Theodore Roosevelt Jr this morn ing butf he hasnt got the message yet Of course we shant be married until be gets home from Africa but Itd true wo are going to be married rightA party was given for the young couple last night at tho homo i Mrs Alexander Miss Eleanor Alexander today said the had known Thedoro Roosevelt Jr only two years She had scan hint only a few times previous to rue Taft inauguration ball in Washington Since then he had come down from Hartford to remain over Sunday She said elm loved Theodore becuute he was EO brllliarit oho thought he would hove a groat future You know your fatherinlaw well AlenanIderand I want him to like me i Life on Panama Canal has had one frightful drawbacki ala rla troublelhat Inns brought suffer ing and death to thousands Tho germs cauEe chills fever and ague akIIICSStric Bitters never full to destroy them mid euro malaria troubles Three bottles completely cured mo of a very Bovero attact of malaria writes Wm A Fretwell of Lucama Jf C and Ive had good health ever since Cure Stomach Liver and Kidney Troubles and prevent Tyjftiold 50c Guaranteed by all druggists Life in Extreme Cold Lieut Shackleton writes of his es- peditlon into the extreme Antarctic The most important event of the win tor months was tho discovery by the biologist of microscopical life In tho frozen lakes of the Cape Royda diS- trict Investigations showed tfhat algae grow at the bottom of the lakes which neo frozen durlrg the greater part ot the year and in wma cases thaw completely only ln exceptional ly warm seasons Tlw mlscrolCo o showed that rotifers watnr bears and other forms of minute iinlinal life ex isted on the wood A shaft was sunk through 15 feet of Ice to Wo bottom of a dada which did nou thaw durjng the two summers that wo spent foS Cape Royds and oh weed fducd under theleerthere ciO llvins rotifers uf 1 y contractor got results IThisyears ago a contractor build a jn a warm climate was troubled a great deal by sickness among the laborers He turned his attention at once to their food and found that they were getting full rations of meat and were drinking water from a stream nearby He Issued orders to cut down the greatlythemen He also boiled Quaker Oats and mixed the thin oatmeal water with their drinking water Almost instantly all signs of stomach disorders passed and men showed a decided improvement in strength and spirits con tractor had experience that taught him the great value of good oatmeal 53 The cost was small lOc for regular size packages it is also packed in hermetically sealed tins for hot climates several kinds Other 11 furs wero found on weed melted out of solid ice It seemed obvious that till micro scope animals wore able to live ai a temperature nt least as low as 10 degrees below Zro Fahrenheit and ex periments verified this conclusion The animals wore not killed by that temperature though all thte na I tural functions were suspended Includ- Ing the bearing of young among the viviparous species They were alter nately frozen and thawed weekly for a long period und took no harm They wero dried and frozen thawed and moistened anti still thy lived They lived lit brine so silt thut It froze on ly at a temperature of about zero Fahrenheit and putty of them survived the test of being dried and placed In a bottle which was than immersed in boiling water Some of the weed carrying the animals was dried and conveyed to London being subjected to tropical temperatures on the way it was moistened In Ixindoni and the anl nude wore found to be still living They survived in a final tort of im mersion in frozen gas at tt temperature of minus 81 dagrces centigrade 114 degrees below zero Fahrenheit The whole subject is one of extraor dinary interest to 1lologletFrett- he Chicago Niws Tho Best Hour of LIfe Is when you do some great deed or discover some wonderful fact This hour came to J R Pitt of Rocky Mt N C when he was suffering in tensley as he says Eland the worst cold I ever had 1 then proved to my great satisfaction whist a wonderful Cold and Cough cure Dr Kings New Discovery is For after taking one bottle I was entirely cured You cant say anything too good of a mcdl cine like that Its the surest and best remedy for diseased lungs Hemorrhages LaUrippe Asthma Hay Feverany Throat or Lung Trouble 50c JlOO Trial bottle free Guar anteed by all druggists AETNAVILLE- Left over from Last Week Feb 9Rov M J Cox filled his regular appointment at Deiuifield church Saturday and Sunday Mr Bub Phillips was the guest of his daughter Mrs Ollle Lyons and family Hodgensvllle Ky from Friday until Monday Measrg Will and Rent Haynes and slater Miss Amby enteiuained young folks very pleasantly theI day evening Rev Harris Louisville has been called as pastor of the Zion church this year- Several front this place atnndril the burial of MM Jeff Barnett uf Reynolds at Haynosvlllo Monday Miss Katie I nott of Haynosville who has been the guest nf relativet at this place fur a week returned homo Monday Mr null lira Mike Tternoy Lyonla were the guests of their son Air lames TIerncy and family Saturday and Sunday Mr W J Edington went tto Owons ron Saturday Miss Lois Harrison of Haynosville was the guest of her cousin Miss Amby Haynes Saturday and Sun dayMr Homer Phillips rt Owensboro was the guest of friends at this place Sunday Air Charles Dive us went to Tar Springs Tuesday Mrs J H Lord whose Illness was spoken of lust week is better but not able to be at wehool yet Mss Amby Haynes is teaching tho tchool nowMr W J Edlng on is manager of tho Brahear Coal Mine at this place Misses Katie Knott HaynesvlMc Ruth Loyd and Hetter Tiorney were the guests of Miss Nora Morgan Sun day cfternoon Strk a Rich Mine S W Bonds of Coal City Ala says he struck a perfect mine of health in Dr Kings Now LICe Pills forthey cured him of Liver and Kidney after 12 years ot suffering They are tho best pills on ennui for Constl patlon Malaria jHeadaphe Dyspepsia Debilityooc at all druggists i 4 MAKIN6SAFETY SURER AND CHEAPER New and Novel Railway Signal Device Reduces Risk of Wreck t The Erie Railroad has livrtltucf1 a twelvemllo experimental section of nu electric automatic railroad safety for the safety of railroad tray el Tho englna hus a brush arrangement that connects wHh the third gall In the cab are Instruments that will bring the train to u stop tho moment it enters u block on which there is another train or u broken roll or any other obstruction The train is stopped auttnmtically Than the engineer takes down Ills tle phoiw and calls up the near et s a tlon and asks what Is the mutter He can also talk with tho other en gineer on tho line A time meter similar to the paper disk tune clock of tho watchmen lit big buildings renders It impossible for him to make a false report as to tho time ho received tho danger signal and what he did Another signal in tho engineers cab is a green light that burns as long IS the rack Is clear but goes dark as soon its u danger zone is entered A push button liv every station will stop any train along the truck for rimes As soon as the station agent pushes this button tho train comes ito a stop The engineer calls back to find what it Is all about The agent explains and gives orders Aside from its first mid primary importance as a safety device It can ho operated in connection with local and long dlsance telephone service On the first cKnorimonts made a few days ago the engineer null a passenger on a fastmoving train In New Jersey telephoned to the editorial rooms of a New York City nowrfpapcr and could they declare have easily talked with Chicago That this start of synteni may be generally adopted ant applied to rallrond service seems to be likely as its installation and operation will bo less costly ito a railroad than the loss of tolling stock that Is being constantly smashed up In the wrecks that have become so frequent they hardly count any more even as m portant items of news Collier Weekly 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 All work guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford Pressing Club Back the Land The great dcvelopetneut now going on all over the West opening up to settlement extensive arms of fee tile laud by the coat trtictlou of largo irrigation systems is slowly twing tho pendulum of population front ling city to tho farm An Interffitlirg ure of this shifting uf iHjptilutkw and of profound econrtinlc Importance to the auntry is the largo number of citylined people who ere seeking homes in the open country This Is accounted for in wnnc dpgten by thu fact that countiy life in the Wo l lies grown more and more attraodve as IIICoIInlllrural delivery Is established the ooun I try telephone Is in ojiomtloii every where schools are centralized niul social conditions are actually snare suburban than rural In diameter With eight or moro farm houses located along each riiile of the high way there is no Isolation or lonell iKjts With cheap water i ower front the mountain streams and front hugs dams trolley Woes are being extend ed through the valleys All these fac tors arc bringing the farmer lute the stimulating current of the worlds dully thought and action quickening his ideas and broadening his vlew ixjrtut Cooperation ln the faiun work In producing and marketing coups In social and educational activities have Increased financial returns and have made life attractive and pleasant The dalky mull of tHie StatlKlcian ol the U S Reclamation Service at Washlugton D C contains many inquiries from town people who hav lug grown tired of the never ending grind of commercial life are nocking the independence and freedom of the country The successes of host who have ventured into tho New Westt are sufficiently numerous to predicate a continuance of the movement to the farm antI should encourage tho city niatb who has laid by a little bank ac count to csfabllsii his family In their i own home where the landlord anx tie grocer will no lnar durninare A few simple statements front seine of those ntw REfWl rs in the West might he cited as Indicating th measure ff reward which follows In dustry and perseverance Mien npplei with moil MHte capital by men whore cs purl ene in farming is limited On time Huntley project in Montana 350 faun families fin vo located on the 40 aero farms since May 21 IIOil These rHers came from all parts ol the United States although the ma Jorltv probably are from tho MlHrJs slppl Valley states Tho lands were absolutely virgin covered with grasI and sagebrush told no corn crops wero possible without irrigation Fully 80 par sot of the newcomers wit lgmiram rf Irrigation and air unusually lar I number had no exporiiw In fanning Notwithstanding ihm drawback the crop uf 1009 were rs a rule mtufactory and only a ftv partial failure were recorded State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County ss Frank F Cheney inukas oath that ho is Hnior partner of the firm of- F J Chancy Co doing business In tho City of Toledo County raid State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case otI Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of llills Oitairh CIIIeIFRANK J CIIIOXEY Sworn to before mo and subscribed in my pivsencc this Cth day of De comber A D 18SC A W GLEASON Votary Public Halls Catarrh Cur Is taken Internally and ants directly on the ISItemSold by all Druggists ic Take Halls Fatally Pills for tour stipation j Tariff and Prices The country will ague with Serta tor Elklns of Wct Virginia In his contention that he hull ohms been a friend ofthe protective tariff He was forced to muke thlll ia Miioht which should not have hewn nrcos sary In the Semite ThuisiUiy The West Virginia sewuor was protesting against the action of tlu Senate Finance Committee In giving hoe ce dence if rot preference t u mwuuro Introduced by Senator Lodge of Mus sachusets vero outs which hat hiU Introduced by Mi Elklns pnovldlnj for an investigation of the cause for ono Increasing cst of living Mr El kins Intimated In fact he did meta than Intimate that Senator Aldrich hud discriminated agiilnst his bill out of a fear that such au iuve ilgritlon a he proposes would In wine sway be found to antagonize the hire + ent tariff law He disclaimed for himself any sruoh Intention and then dtcliivd his lout fealty to the pre + tectlve principle as it is formulated in that taw lit said that ho wus net ipmi to the sui plcion of coijtamplttting any atuick upon the protective princlpln ami he lid m t tlilnk that principle would suffer by iuch an iiwKtlutloii us IIP Ins IIolkwellmllklng- Ih senator from Vt 1 Vlrglrla lusty the right of k 11 Is like that mil way engineer who on itiritttlgt cHiv In Uio 10111IJHI ifHng a hunch of M rs on a bridge tnunyllLly- aled threw wid open twytlinK whicli would inrrctve airs vriwof stMincleird Hit Lrndt Iud avoid rd a wreck uf thin tiuln It con In1 clearly proved hat tlM exhUug tariff Iw is tint rostra iihiil fir th IIKPICI d- cot f living Ir Il1mliI vs eau 11 fmiid in uvtclti outclde of has inside of its schedule Tho Elklim In vesiisation if it could Lrul to uncover ins mlle of tio cftinbin which fare deal rs of all sorts anti all size In to piiccflxlng iigr nuti+ or out of buHincFB might liad lei Inquiry as to where and by whom tjte3 tuisocln tlons are financal Wo ate umible to presume that It man of the Intel ligence of Senator Aldrich is nut aware that tho tariff law could not uo convicted of forcing up prices In lines It In no way touches It would IJH equally Impo oo1blll to convince us iJuit Senator Aldrich dtna not know that an Elklns invtwtlgatlon nr causes would clinch the fact LICit in a great nrmy lines the development of Am erican Industry under tho sdumlus of protection has forced prices down Wo have turned th curve no unit tor where We have sttwid put on thu tariff law without much effort to Justify it except In the roVults it Is showing As of old It has hewn bard to covlnnce tho man with u full stone ach that he will aver Ise asiln hun gary He is worried by his prosperity to tho point of forgetting his old alb voreity There IB a bunoh efotouri ens tlio bridge alumd The engine cHI mt bo reversed We must go a11b d and inajljvay to clear the nrtck If th fall t tliould bring buck tho tariff question into politics Senator I r 4 Elklns might soon ba able to got t I1 Investigation of the cause of low I prices without much trouble tllobi I Democrat j Stops the Cough heals the Luugs QUICKS COUGH i MEDICINE j j If not better then any other money back IJ C MGNDENHALL MEDICINE CO RVANSVILLE IND CLEAR RUN lleft OWl from lu Week I Feb SHerr U E Fuqua filled Lk I appointment tit th + RirpJft church mere Saturday and Sunday j The marriage of Miss Je5sl lloi vr timid Mr Henry Lee Wade hold of this plea was polominlzcd lart Sundnj afternoon at oclock at the hwnu of tire brides parents Mr and Mrs C C Hoover Rev 11 E Fuputpat- ter of the Baptist church at thlsphtce porfonnul the ceremony In an Im pressive manner The wedding was a quiet one only friends surd rela lives being present Tiny are boih j very popular and were sliowtnl wlah I congratulations und bi rt wislits for- ti long life of happiness I IIIS11lslloI ThuMduy night timid was burled at I the Clear Run church Friday Mr anti lies Aruhlo McCann of j flour Haitfoi w re guest of rela lives hers Siniday mid Sunday Quite a number of young folk at tended fh pctiml pwrty at Mr M r shah R KIH hint Friday night of Unmet Creel All rcpoiiid a mo I dllglttful time Shelby Park who shot Ills lea KV oral 119 alit In getrliig alum nc ly at this writing Misj Tress wIor lr h i sick for about three wekf is jin Ironer Mr Richard Stcwnt Is e eelhig a residence on Ills brother G 1 Stew arts faun for the present yea Mr MeMurruy went hustling off down to Owiciuboro today on l1ulf Ine I MAGAN j Loft over from last Work Farmers are very busy burnlirg plant beds Health Is very good the only ex i 0IJItoiii being it case of meaales I enI1ttlll1neutning I The fcchvol at Brach Valley lo esI Friday Tile Uachor Mlw Mary her carries with her the good wishes of the patrons und pupils Misses Mae anti Anna Wright vis SunIStint r a two weeks visit to relatives In tills sours Mrs Mollle Westerfleld made a business trip to Hartford Monday Little Lenta Dfivton who has been visiting her grandmother at Hen derson linK returned Success to The Republican CryIFOR FLETCHERS I CASTORIAI i t CASTOR1A 1 For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA tog CafTutl COMPANY wCW faa ern Stops LamenessM- uch of tIll chronic lameness in horses is due to neglect Sec that your horse is not allowed to go lame Keep Sloan Liniment on hand and apply at the first sign of stiffness its wonderfully penetrating goes right to the spot relieves the soreness limbers up the joints andmakes the muscles elastic and pliant Heres the Proof- Mr G T Roberts of Kcsaca OaN KFI No I lloi 43 writes 1 lave used your Liniment on a horse for swee ney and effected thorough cure I al to removed a spavin on a mule Thlt spavin was ai large a a guinea egg In mveMimatlon the bet remedy for lame nets and soreness i- sSloans LinimentMr Krl No j MtitK four liniment Is the bust that I have ever used 1 had a mare with an ahsceson her neck and LDP sec bottle of SluanV I inlnient eons Is cured her I keep it around all the time for K allan nailstelllugt and fur everything about the tock Sloans Liniment will hill a spavin curl or splint recur wind putTs anti swfllon joints and is a sure ind speedy remedy fur tistula swconey founder and thrush Price Gee nod 100 onhorsami pout try f ntSite Adilrcftn Dr Earl S Sloan Boston Mass U S A LH Choosing Silver 7 Attune designs r correct style brilliant finish combined with honest value nuke 1841e ROGERS BROS TRIPLE iHrenvtre the choice of- distdrdnatogpurchasers This name today stands for the heaviest grade of plateandexquultebeauty of patterns saluting long of service and tat aclion Its remarkable durability has won it the popular title J Hirer Plate that Wears Sold by leading drilfn cvetj Sendjit tIt pnietas- endn etiUnMa ts lMWrlehttan Hartford Republican Bateredaccording to law at the Poetotnc- egaritordK at mall matter of the second rlatw c M BARNETT EDITOR I XIiCIIJpnoTE- sovmbllan 40- aoucb 31vI22FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18 ANNOUNCEMENT Wo are authorized to announce ton Den Johnson n candidate for seelectlon to the office of Represen uTO In Congress from the Fourth Yeatucky District subject to the Democratic primary election to be- laeil March 19 1910 Governor llaskell 1s still danydng- bbe UigatiOM and dofying the alligators The only way the city citizens can ure1y avoid cold storago egos Ito eat french fried potatsIThe l1ewspalC S tieD which Is valued Alto Wonder thatt eggs are high Is It any more Important to rind out IW1t is whiskey than it is to Iud out who raised the price of meatf SeJ1iordDei rtztds Wash9ug ruesIdayadtdtossA rd breaking llrJOO iraS boon Given by another American lelre91- 10c t a noblemen elan- to be going UIIWJ the State Logislaturo al1dn provision to meet the indehtJedtl lIwhich was created by the saute bod With a Democratic majority two I years agoISenator Bradley is working hard to- Aare I the war claims for Kentucky- citizens which have been allowed hy I the Court of Clalanns finally ndJust ed by payment Tho only bill or measure so far- gaatsed by the Kentucky Legislature 8s one creating a new legal holiday Alt days should look like holl1II to the members of the leglatul1e Tine fellow who Is wtralning his lungs arguing that the uw tariff law Is tho came of high prices for I Load stuff Js n espectfully trfened- to the tonne class of people who declared that free hides would mike cheap bootS and shorn A number of Ioople art cry much dlGturbed over the awful things which may happen If the United States Suprenen Court knocks ouu the Tobacco Trust Well we got along very- well before the tobacco trust was aver thought of and WI presume the world will nlll revolve on its axis President TafLs speech in New York at Uw Lincoln birthdty banquet has wen received throughout the country cod has had iln ItnmedJa1Ji effect on the Republican forces the party will be tulldly tJehllld prlldcnt Tart twu yarns hence The speech contwnod nothing which cannut IN endorsed hy tilt whole cuurna Two agogtlmess Was unanimously against the tobacco growers to thelr tight fur freduIIJ Now that the bail 1x practically 1I on there kme papery an oollllnl around baudlfully and veil now and then III nrgll1llollt In aver of rue I farmers orgaizutlon can ire teen their editorial columns They Ue atlfa 1i giving the lie to the atunders whIch were huapr upon 1155 ut that time published hr tbese sunIC pulxn but whIch lie ouu Icing ttvutnped and- arrt out to the world by uewFInairera- of other states It III chargtdby ritTWutkIIlM- Domocrlt that tour mcmhers of the State Sfn3to tit Frankfort have rnld their votes to the Whiskey trust tor 6000 each Am invo tigering- coumnitteo has been appnhrtcd and I vJdel1Ce Is hllIg heard In the 1131 ter Senator Wntkhm may net IJx table to establish tho guilt ot uuy of the Senators by Pntxf hut the mere tact that a member of the IogLslative dy makes l pledge to has eoostituents trout oral md written before olectloll end titer earrsc his wrote to IMle eon oury on every ocoaaloa is pretty- Zong crcumstantol evidence to sub atantlate the charge A oontrlbuter d o the Imnold Her- Ald from Cromwell atgning his name Joe Jenks tlwt We editor of- isle paper severely tQ task for some things contained In an intleloin this strr last week under the hind of Partners Are Neglected The wslte- rgresnu s that the article Was writ trrst by the editor of this paper wbeh tn tact it was contributed by a fawner who Is also a minlsterundr- rtiopdy capable of taking earn iof him 4tnd whatever staternet f he is made and wIll no doubt do tiO in 1- ii U t iI Iftl our next issue The aforQSltd anUc1e Was conUlbutod without any namo- bo 1e signed anti therefore might hnyo been very ne esonahly construed os having boon wtttmt by the editor The Kentucky Legislature seems more intent upJott passing a liglslnt1ve bill for the pure of legislating a Republican out of office than it does In passing needed laws for the state Last week the House Bill which if enacted Into law removes tIll Ircsant- Republican City Attorney of Louis yule and furnlshs a placco fan wmeI loyal Democrat was moved up stx teen points by sonxone in the House In order to hasten Its passage It Is an easy matter to move up a bl11 which the majority party desires to pass but when It comes to the County unit bill which the Ikhnocpatlc or- ganlzatiout does not want l1sEd In stood of being moved up on the eaten tar it Is pushed down lit every opportunity WI11 the people of Kentucky stand for this sort of juggling with their Tights by there who should represent then In the Kentucky legtsla ture Tariff and Prices About three hundred articles of food are dutiable under the present- and loonier Tariff laws A careful corn parlson of the several paragraphs of the Tariff net of 1897 and 1909 shows very few changes In the rates on sueh articles They are so few as to ho negligible There are Increases on only eight cotnmoditietviz pineapples cbiorcy figs dates 1apI es to barrels lemons hops split pens and buckwhmt flour There are decreases on sixteen artlcle5lz WIlt starch other than potato sugar above No 16 Dutch standard bacon lutms porkliard It will lie noticed that the itncrentes are with one or two exceptions on compatattvety unimportant articles while the decreases are on standard articles of diet But what i r most r- markablo I Is that the prlecs on all or the commodities on which the arI- ff hay been Increasod have reurafed substantially what they fete a year ago while on sulrstanthally everything Ion which Tariff has been lowered the prices have greatly ineratecl Jus what satisfaction the Tariff wreckers can gain froth this state of affairs It is hard to concelye It certainly the claim that the Tnalff I Is responsible for the prevallItrg liMh IlrlcesINo it Is Not toe Tariff The meat dealers In the East are beginning to retaliate They are o klngI that the Tariff be taken off and can and Canadian cattle admitted to the country But the American per 1IIIe have been llUnCllt Once in that way The slice makers for years told the shot wearers tllllt If hldts were I duty free shoes woulll be so much chcolICr So the last Congress took the duty of Ifs per cent from bides land mauls them absolutely fuse But shoes have been going UtI just the same und so has leather The Government simply Is out the revenue Before we make any mere such IeiJs I we would like to have free hide failure explained Io It Is net the Tariff iho An cljcan cattle grower haw not heen- i getting toe much far his cattle In hc nunrketg dins futon ordinary to the best range In 1IICes trout about t to 6 a hunlllllI TIlt average Is probably about five cents a pound Du the American pedgrle want W make cattle any cheaper tl1n that They are cheap enough If they won march cheaper the farmers could not afford ito grow and fatten them sU1IIe1Iconnum ers 100 or oven 120 as lhowlI by figures iuepared In Des Mules The packer says ire dusrnt get It the i wholesaler trtys ho doseut get 1tI- InInoceneewith the system of getting the front the producer to the LurrI Cedar Rapids Republican e A Correction Young Jortlh Chapman and Curl RtnIOw requettt us to corlXct a reprrt that was published Ito the Owtinsbor- olnqulrerto the effect that they were guilty of disorderly conduct while In Ownesboro recently They state that a negro snatched some monoy from young Chapman and they attempted to capture him and recover the mon eYeIn so doing they followed the negro Into a negro oafthnce the occupauts became wetted and called a police and this constituted the sum dotal of the offense They Etuto that they informed the policeman of the loss of the money but were gIven no enrou1llgement and tile policeman made no effort to capture the thief These are splendid young men and- havo always borne a good reputation especially n the community where they reside r d 0 WORK EARNESTLY FOR EQtITY And Win a Glorious Victory For Toiling Humanity 1 Pay Your DuesDarkest Hours Come Just Bef re- D Iawnf The most Important 4l ing life Is to pose In the right In order to do this we l1Iushave the correct view point from the van tnge ground or which we may choose our Patltwny or duty Wo are con fronted with two endS success IIndI failure To win the former It quires of us labor and Irerseverance- 1ve must remember thnt those who start for glory must imitate the melt I ed hands of action and must prursue the game not only where there Is a I where there Js 1Ion We QJslmu1latethe Earth like Caesar and to fall down and kiss It like UrutusIr you wish success hold your ground and push hard To stand still Is to give till the battle De alive be patient work hard watch opportunity There never was II time In the worlds hLstory when Equity demanded harder or more earnest work than now We should attend our locals and visit our lIelghi bors locals encourage one another I Wo are very sorry that we have men uU over the county who clntml they nre awful good equity men who I never attend their local nail scone never heard on equity speech in their j lives No wonder such mon au so- hed to please You will hear some of them say If theysdont do better another year I dont know whether wJ pay my dues or not Such then us these are doing the organization more ll1+ rm than good Now I would be aran or a motne- j woulll hilt ur pay my dues COUlli out like a man und go to your loral organizationthe rag all the tune If there were a proclnnntlon issued thnt men who would not encourage the organization- thould not rat there would bo HClntl- socalled Equity men that would starve to death in tartyelghtl Therefore we would insist h01l1I1 ety than in the Green River pus his dues nine help us liS well as- ourr families If there be a pleasure I on earth which angels CJllllot enjoy Of which they might ultuost Envy man the possession tlr tt Is the power of relieving distress If there be n pain which devils night almost pity man for enduring It Is the deathbed emnsciousness that we have fajled to do our duty The heart which was Intnl1f11 to beat with compassion for others lnrs become contateted to u narrow circle and tlro that luesti- mabin girt of lrovldcnce tustcgd of- j drawing to its clasp a rounded and con1l1lfe whole lies hren sluled and Ih1Jrred and passed on to the ether world by ill JlreJlara lion fur the groit clutnges wrought 1t 1liP hind of drotllII w oull1 like for sonic nuur to name any organization that llI1s done nit Il11l1rll for the fur nring pimple that can Inll with less money The in- Itilitu fen 11111 one years dtftH Is thlttIgettlllgijollied five yeah ago have paid nlunost 9 In dues bdxides Wo hove lost lots of tlmo lIt1 paid our her while attending the District County and State nnettngs while our nelghhons stayed at houno making something to place 1011 the market and get the benefits of some odic noms labor and give the mon that ltd the work no credit WhllletI Now I uppead in you fellows Is that plrit7Isay not It must be nn er ror of the hEld tint not the heart Now you fellows that are out had just as well get In far we ale qoIng to- win xis certain liS time world stands and we will do Jt without night rldlnr for there Is where you belong and you- know It os well as J do J B TICm1NOR DUNDEE R Fob 14Farnursof this communIty are very busy burning plant beds tend cleaning grounds Mr Paul Mason who J1Ut been vis iting relatives here for the ItJr month returned to his lama in Ar kauras i hursdaly Paul wow many frIends during his stay who regret very much to tee him leave Mrs W S Dtun and two ltU1S11s John and Fred und MIt8 Martha Thongs returned home S7ztirday from Frankfort where they ha erbeen- t I i L visiting tar the past Week Miss Jessie Shreve nnd Mr Guy Shrevel were the guests or thoU brother Mr Cartoon Shreve Saturday and Sunday Naborsj Misses VelaTle Harrixtn visited- i relatives near Narrows the Lut of the week Mr Goo Brown and son Carlwroe the guests of Mr Josh Shrove and family near Narrows Wednesday- Mr McDowell and Mr Heu9wut Ralph wlllJroave for Oklahoma in n few days whco they will make their future home J C Lawrlenco and Mr Rorcee 1Mr left Monday for Botyling OrC where they will curter school Mr and Mrs Arnot Miller or Sulphur Springs mere the guests of Mr Millers sister Mrs George Brown Saturday and Sunday The patty glen by llite Yel- nrle Harrison Saturday night oyes largely ntJtonded and enjoyed by nU Those present were Misses Mae Fore man Jessie Shreve Genie Powers Sadie S1 Clair Pearl Stevens Hazel Schroader Flossie Powers Vlcy Tllford Llzzie Moore Pallle Tilford Dee King Zelpha Taylor Deulah Moore MTtie Tllford Tultt Coppage Katy Chant Messrs Dernle Nabors Felix Brown Jesse Huff Guy Shreve Columbus King Grover Murphy Otis Duff Otis Stevens Eemett Taylor Parvht Johnston Romney Graham Carl Drown Paul Maaom Roscoe Har- I din Combla Nabors Jesse Cotllage Shelby Coppage Richard Wysong Jes so Clark Roy Fenn ant RoSCoo Fenn NoticeTeams Wanted- I the undersigned Supervisor of Roads of Ohio county Kentucky will be at the following ponte for the districts mentioned on the dateS given at 2 oclock P m for the purpose of letting to the lowest and best bidder the contract for teams Ito pull road graders during the year 11910 In accordance with order of the recent Fiscal Court of Ohio county For the Rockport Iaglsterlnt Die trlct at Pond Run church Monday Feb 21st For Beaver Dam Magisterial District at Union School house Wed nasday Feb 23 For Roslne Magisterial District at Renfrow Thursday Feb 24 For Hartford Magisterial District at Beda Saturday Feb 26th For Sulphur Springs Magisterial ut Sulphur Springs Monday IDWtrlct Fordsville Magisterial dlst- illct at Fordsville Tuesday March the 8tb- For Dartlebts Magisterial District at Ralph Thursday March 10th I For CeatentbwnMagisterlal DLstrclt at CentertownSaturdayMareh 12th Parties securing the contract for this service alit be required to execute good und suftJolnet bond for the faithful performance or duty Any body from anywhere may bid for the contract regardless or location Par ties procuring the contract will be required to furnish firstclass team and work ten hours per day under direction or myself and district over refcrveIW D TAYLOR Supervisor ot Roads of Ohio county NotesjHenry SteolIsan the I tearold boy who previously IYcn arrested churg ed with house bretking notified Judge R R Veridin Tuesday that ho do sired to plead guilty to tJiatj chargo amid b3 szmt too tIre Hyuo or Reform Ho was brought into cuuut Tuesday aftrevoon and entered n imktt of guilty and the putter order commuting him to the Hose of ltetnraa Qt JJOxll1gDII was made Ho wIn loo kept thettx un U1 ho Is 18 years of age Slnerlff T H Black lett yestenlay for Loxing ton wth the boy C Young Cleat Graves litho had been In jail for several days charges with disorderly conduct and drunkenness was not sent to the Houto ot Reform as was intended lie was relend from jail Tuesday afternoon on thee faithful promise thwthe would quit his ba nes9 nut become III obedient and dutiful Fan his father having re perIsuedTiro ase of Broadway Coot Mining Company vs Smith and others whiolt was teeny appwltd tram he Ohio Circuit Court to the Count of Ap reals was reversed by tlllltt oouI1L Wednesday Too case involves the es- titthllhmcnt of t public nand stunt the Broadway mlllfjS The txnnrpany Is opposing the establiuhment of Uta rood because tt does not run asthey desire It opened On just what ground tile court reverredtlttt deelsionpt the Ohlo Circuit Count We Oraveiiot learned 1 t t N0jURY FOR GREEN RIVER Mr Dunn Says it Will Not Pay Can Only Produce Inferior Grade And Pull Down Prices of Other Tobacco WhltesvHf Ky Feb d4u reply to many farmers on the Burley question I will give you my otlnion In doing thlsI have no rrttwtn exozptthe best Interest of the people J Um not a Burley groworand Dunlay growing woUld not hurt menrtiner the other way J too ucla is raked It will mnleo lets rind tobacco hence tJdter prices tor red tobacco But J would advise the tlutners or this district not to mine Burley 1 believe that Bite will be too much trained to bring top prloes And when Burley Is low you can not sell tow grade Burley for a profit and niootentJJs of all Burley Is low grade Burley Now dont somebody roy tHat I mitt this last year I mid last year not to tulte Burley injustice to the Burley people I say that yet but I also warn you on your own account This time stop anti think before you raise a Burley crop Sup pooo that the Burley purple ttttso a small crop this year and all to new territory that htts bthn opened up Burley got ro high See hew much BurlEY there Is raised 1n Missourfi and in tire State of OhIo These points alone with the Burley dlstrct can till the demand and with better Bur hey than you can rake hence your Burley can only be used to bent down the proles of the good Burley By this tnohod you hold doom the prJoces of the Burley In the Burley dlEltrlct and raise It aa n loss to yourselves Red tobacco this ytar If you hold down the acreage tl1dpool will bring more monrywith fleas work In my opinion Then we have not hunt the other districts and forced them to raise Ted tobacco But scone day that they can not raise Green river types No and you can only rise Burley as- a substitute So C1tl they 1t it pays FR M THE TROPIC To Cedren Sad Plant In Central America many natives are gathering the seeds ot this plant Cedron Seed a rare medlolnothat has valuable curative powers Sut feW drug stores carry this seed owing to the high cost of the article ThIs country is a large consumer cI this costly seed because It enters Into the ramous catarrh remedy Peruna sold the world over y xUiCr Mmn the real stuff Now mind I have no nx to grind and nothing to gain by this advice oxcepb rLo help my fellow tsrmetsBurloy mtghht pay hero this yoarbut I doubt it und am giving yotl Wa benefit of my doubts My advice Is raise good red tobacco hold down the acreageand pool it aU and Tio wilt get a good price J V DUNN Penny Pictures You can get them atScbr ters Studio But remember I will not make them after March 5 Better take advantage of the first pretty day andcome You get 24 For 25 Cents Groups lOc extra It maybe some time before I will make Penny Pictures againso dont miss this opportunity Yours truly EMORY SCHROETER r THE EJ I American Fence a 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 Iany farm fence made at the price The AMERICAN FENCE is thoroughly protected by the best galva- nizingI The AMERICAN FENCE is easily put up but hard to break down J The AMERICAN FENCE is the strongest and most durable fence made The pounds of steel used in the con struction ofa fence make the price per rod 1 We buy this fence by the CAR LOAD quantityrates We are in a position to be of service l I to every man who wants fence We want to show you P Barnes Bros s- E Leaver Darn KY 14 i I + 7 t J II t- 1f PAIRS I f 1 PREINVENTORISIILE Continues with unabated Inter- eSt Our real bargains are trade winners If you miss them we are not to blame They are here ftRemember our BIG PRE IN VENTORY SALE closes next forgetOURBACK IF WANTED This Week SpecialseI2000 yards Real Linen Lace 15c values5e3000 yards of wide Embroidery 20c values9c7- 2inch Extra Quality Table Linen 60c valucs390Ieoinch Best Quality 25c TabloLincn19c Best Table Oil Cloth 20c valueTheLa- diesr 25c Quality Bleach Vest 19c Childrens 25c Union Suits 19c I Tobacco Cotton 2Jc Mens 50c value Underwear 380IMens Overcoats onethird off500 toSloOO Mens 150 Hats500Mens Suits 1250 1500 1800 8998 Let us warn you againDont miss it1 Call between now and Satur day Reduced prices throughout entire House Lookout for our Saturday Flyers I B Go I Hartford Republican M FRIDAY FEBRUARY 18 IIIlnolsCentralRallroadTimeTable At Beaver Dam Ky Horlli Bouud- No 132 due SilS am- No144dne1840p m ol02dae248ptn HonltiBonnd Nnllda ll33am No till dne 248 pm Mo Ill due 805 p m New Commercial Hotel Hartford Ky UNDER NEW AND EXPE RIENCED MANAGEMENT Everything firstclass The Vest of tare served right Tho comfort and welfare of all guests especially looked after Special attention to traveling men Rate 2 per day Special rate o regular boarders Your patron 50 solicited GEO M STEELE Proprietor I I PENNY WISE AND POUND FOOLISH are the persons who neglect their tOOth NcT money outweighs the priceless treasure of a mouthful of Batumi teeth Have them filled bridged crowned or use any artl tidal means of preserving them abut keep your teeth by putting them In the care of HARDIN BELL Office In Republican Bldg Hartford Ky Phone 213 l 0 =Bring your Furs toU S Carsonj A smile ot satisfaction goes wit every Suit sold by Carson Co Mr Dress Well buys LIBERTY SPECIAL Hats at Carson Cos Mr Henry Nail left last week fo Hot Springs Ark for tho benefit of his health The Hartford Mill Company bad both black and white Northern 1 oats for sale 30tf I Mrs C M Bflrnet Is the suest of her daughter Sirs E W Cooper I Nashville Tenn If you want good flour at a low price you had better get busy Hartford Grocery Company Mrs C W Harris and daughter of Moscow Mich are the guests of Mr and Mrs A M Barnett near townI Mesdunww J W Ford und S K Cox returned Friday from nn oxWend odvlslt to ivkiiUvcs In Charleston MlEsourl Noah White the grocer makes a specialty of the best goofs in his line Sells cheap and delivers free in a Hartford Give him your order for good things to eat Leave your Laundry at Clevo Ilers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madlsonvllle Steam Laundry Madlsonvllle Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf Leave your laundry at Pates prtnlv torum for the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond Ind The laundry always gives satisfaction Prompt de livery Satisfaction guaranteedfl22tf A E PATE Agent Mr Frank Foreman has resigned from the navy and returned from An nupolls Md to his home here Since returning home however he has been called back by a rea spointment and will return next July h Leave with vDukeLeRichmondways gives satisfaction Prompt delivery ter Satisfaction guaranteed 28tf Rev T C Wilson of Cecilia was In Hartford a day or two the first of the week8haklng hands with his numerous friends here Rev Wilson Is contemplating locating in Hartford tug about the first of March We gladly wnlcoine hint and his wife U our little city V o r 4 Miss Annie Allen Elgin returned Sunday from a visit to relatives and friends In Owensboro This vicinity wlis visited Wednesday night by tho molt tevena sleat which we have had In many yenta and it was followed by another deep snow Regular services at the Methodist I church In Hartford next Sunday morning and evening The League will meet with Mis J G Keown Saturday at 7 p m Mrs Jeff Barnett died of measles a tho family residence at Reynolds on February 5 At the time of her death nine of the children were also suffer ing from the disease Mr and Mrs C E Morrison of Hartford attended the funeral The residence of Mr D L Miller a Beaver Dam turned Tuesday morning the fire starting about 1030 oclock Mrs Miller was at homo at the time but knew nothing of the fire until the roof of tho house began falling In Tho loss was about partly covered by insurance A goo portion of the household goods were saved It Is not known how the fire originated Mr Barge wife and two children the too children of Mr Robt Crowe of Blcknell Ind J P lawton of South Carrollton and C A Lawton Central City were in Hartford Sunday in attendance at the funeral or Mr Goo Klein Mr Barge is a son inlaw of Mr Klein having married his daughter Mary Eliza while the little ones are all his grandchildren rhe Messrs Lawton are kin by mar riage The following Nobles expect to make the trip Ro Madlionvllle next Tuesday to attend the ceremonies con neoted with the initiation of a largo olass by Rlzpah Temple John T Moore W S Tlnsloy E G Ban s3 W N Stevens R B Martin and C M Barnett Those ixpcdted to take the initiatory work frrom Hantford are E M Woodward French Vickcrs and T R Barnard A banquet will bo given Tuesday night and wo are Informed that extensive preparations have l e n made by the Nobles ut Madl eonvllle to entertain their visitors upon this occasion CLEAR RUN Fob 15FaI1melSnro busy in this community preparing fur a crop Mr Harden Hoagland is very 111 at this writing Mr J T Funk Is wry ark There arc several eases of grippo in this community Mr J T Funk has moved hack this farm from Indiana lIon tw the wife of M G Funk a fine girl Mother and child me doin wellh Mr Shelby Park who shot his foo qome weeks ago Is getting Miens nicer He Is able to be up Mrs Annie Marten of Pnio visit Yankrlast week Meters Ivan Orlaiul and Clayiton Park and sister Miss Err attend ed the closing pxercl fS at Palo latR Friday night All report a 11100 clog Ing out of the school Miss EWe Park Is visBtiug little Miss Lllllo James Mr Herbert Park and family paid Mr Joel Elmore a visit yesterday returning today Ham to the wife of Tom Nelson tho 11th Inst a flue girl Mail Tom Is all smiles Mrs Annie Mnden and Miis John WOO out liat week gutting ap plicants for the Womlman Circle They goo enough to organize a damp at Clfir Run hhll1I0WMr Eitil IJirtlutt pall Shelby Park visit Monday Master Chnrlra Huxley Is visiting Shelby Park BUFORD Feb 16Hev Norris Lashbrook filltd his regular apiwlntnicnt uSt urduy and Sunday at Mt Carmel Mr Gilbert Holbrook who has been is parents returned to Ills homo In Owcnnboro Sunday p m Mr Frank Bartlett and wife were the guests of Mr R R Kirk and Tuesday night Those on the sick list this wool are tits W M Bollcu and little daughter Elsie und little Forest and Heysie Lyons Mrs Mafjt Kelley has returned home alter an extended visit wither ed daughter Mrs L V Taylor Miss Amelia Miles who has been Miss Belle Holbrook title opafo- tw k will reitmii to her home lot Stan y Saturday Mr Sam Rhodes vIsIted his sis oIlS Warrlck of Red lull Tues dayMr Calvin Kirk visited his sister of Utica from Monday until Tuesday Mr John Blair anti wlfo are visit friends mid relatives at this tal place this week 67 Success to Tho Republican nnd its wide circle of friends va OLATON Miss Virginia Monroe is In St Ltouto to make her home with her brother Charlie Monroe MiteRein Owens route 1 left Moil day for Owensboro Mr Wibb Conan of Owensboro will move pent Cedar Grove In a few days He will erect a trees house on his farm In that vicinity Itbiro Vola Hobbs of Reynolds Is visiting her father W A Green Mrs Erslo May and daughter LIl- t Han of near Hardlnsburg left Mon day for their homo after several days visit the guest of E W Truman and J P Wllwon Mr George Allen of Smallhous vis Ited in this vicinity last week Miss Florence WllBonSunnydaleand withtnear Fallen Rock Mr and Mrs D U Young and adopted son Otlia McDanlcl yeu man Gntyson county left here Tuesday for Arkansas to mnke their LittledMrs Hannah Hopper Is In Owens boro for a months stay Mrs Xellle Hall and daughter Jessie have returned to their home near Hardlnsburg after spending two months tho guests of Mrs J F AI len and Sirs Melvlna Hall Among the Lodges Eastern Star Chapter hill an Inter lItlng meeting last Monday eve enlng Rough Rllver Lodge No 110 K of P will celebrate the annivorEa ry of this lodge April 19th with a banquet to the members wives and sweethearts It is also expected that a class of 25 or 30 will be takem Into the lodge at the time Every member Is working hnrd to that end S Tent No 99 K O T M has by a nearly unanimous vote decided to have n Maccabee bnnd for Hantford This will be a great advertisement for the lodge and at the snmo time furnish some splendid entertivlnmwt for other citizens of the town land county This lodge had work at the regular mooting last might and dls posed of a number of routine busi ness platters Hartford IXMlgo No Giii F A M will have work In the Second degree next Monday night Every member Is urged to be ptuscnt Public Sale t On Jlonday Match 7 1910 at 1 p ttordgon a willtsell on excellent Stallion 6 yours old ntimed Major one black jack aged 6 years and also Mrs Vm Ber ry will alt the same tlmu und puce sell one bay Stulllon yours old Those are all young find exoelbiet breeding stock Parties deslnlng to do FO muy gee them ast my barn 2 12 miles North of Hartford G WTAYLOR Admr of W M Boirydccwwed y Uncle Ezra Says A man aint half so apt to hide his light under a bushel ez he Is to hide somcthln thet wont stan the light Said Uncle Silas ringaroundIs engagedLos Angeles Express IntuitionI speakstoreadiest response 4t Broneon All TroubleIwe is about us Dickens Surprise Dinner at Olation Mr John F Allen surd Mrs Mtl villa Hall wore given a irprlsw birthday dinner at the formers home In Olatniv Tuesday February 15th Mr Allen was 72 nail Mtv Hall CIS years old The lowering clouds early Tuesday morning threatened to spoil the day but tit un early hour the clouds cleared away rid the weather for the rapt of the day was Us propitious IK plaid have been desired By noon a large crowd had gathered nt the residence most of whom had curried with them gift for remmoberanee or vi MJllIeI basket of tempting fowl Now comes a gllmiwo ut th largo dining hull Here two largo tables had been placed on which ithede llcloua edibles were s x n tastefully arranged from which food was partaken of by 53 guests Owing to miners Several Invited guests could not attend but prevents were received by mall froni thou who were thus denied attendance At about 3 o lock a group wasf made by photographer W T Paytou The to number of guests present was This was probUbly the quietest nail ijfmost wijp able dlnnnjr over given nt Ol ton W E H r ti WHITE GOODS OPENING 1 FEBRUARY 17 1910 L AT CARSON COSWE WILL PLACE ON SALE A WIDE RANGE OF WHITE GOODS VAL LACES EMBkoiDERIES AND INSERTIONS This purchase consists of Persian Lawns Dimity Flaxon Nainsook Long Cloth Glasgow Linen all kinds Linen Suiting India Linen Batiste and numerous other items that pertain to this class of merchandise The lines we of fer in the showing cannot be equaled else where Our buying connection enables us to offer this absolute assurance to our patrons and we ask an inspection of the varied lines dis played in order that you may convince your self The Biggest Measure of Value is our mottoRemember this is one of the big merchandising events of the year You cannot afford to miss this great oppor- tunityCarson CoJXCOIIlOKATEl KyI The One SaleI BARNARD COS oMillKricl ein- clRemnant Sale Is 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 L 1 sT s r- iil4 P fABIT OF CHALK Placed Under 3 tlPowerful Mlcroacope- f Few People know what a wdnbertt abject a bit ot chalk Is when examine apder a mlcroscope Tnke your knit blade and scrape off a little of tblI- OOao powder catch It oil n clean gins slide and place this on thoswe of I- Iti table microscope Use u qunrte tech objective lens and lIIumlnllh till field with a ioue of light from tbl concave side of the rtlIector The powder will be seen to consist of n trot fused mass of bennUtul tiny sbelhl many of them of the most eurluu formA better way however Is to rubdown n portion of chalk with nn old toothbrush In n tumbler halt Ollll- ltlltb water U you desire to prepay levernl slides rub on about n teaspoon 2u1 of the powder Shako the tumble briskly allow the sediment to settle for n moment and then carefully pour ort the milky looking water Repeat this until the water remnln clear and you will then hnvo left 111 the bottom only perfect shells or larg parts of shells Tnko up n small plncb of this deposit and spread It cnrefulli over the center of a glass slide Dri liver u lamp IlIII Ir you wish to preserve the slide for future use mount II- in Canada balsam pressing out the bubbles or air beneath the cover glass MECHANICAL INGENUITY A Full Rigged Ship That a Flys Wino Would Cover IInny Instances of mechanical IUIe nutty really remarkable to us In these days when wo are supposed to have edranced lu learning are related by various ancient authors The silver sphere n most noble and ingenlour performance which was presented to SuJt1n Solymlln the Magnificent by bL- rfmperlal ninjesty Ferdlnnnd Is men boned by Paulus Jovlus as showing and keeping time with the motions o1 the celestial bodies In various confil- 1Iratlons It was carried to Constnutb noble by twelve men and there put to- getber by the artist that made It- M1mecldes an ancient carver was ao proficient In microscopic mechaulsm that he made on Ivory ship with nil ls decks masts yards rigging and aeU5 In so small n compass that It might have been hidden under the wlug ot n fly lie also made n chariot with tour wheels and as many har aessel horses which took up scarcely more room than the ship George Whitehead un Englishman made a ship with till things pertaining to Jt to more as If It sailed upon a table All hands were aloft a woman made good music on a lute and a little puppy cried in the mldshlp all of whieb variety says the old writer woe pleasant and diverting The Vulnerable Point Mrs Holt could be depended upon at almost any time to say the wrong thinK with the best Intentions In the world Nobody minds what poor dear Fanny Holt says tier friends told each other when repeating her remArks Wo know she means all rightbnt It queer how differently things affect people one ot Mrs dolts AeIgbbors said to her the day after a beach picnic We both got tired to death you and I You say youve had just a Ilttlo bit or Indigestion wbilo I have this feartul blind head aCM Why thats perfectly natural said tin Holt cheerily Ot course when people are tired out It goes straight to the weakest part of them Mine II- Imr stomach and everybody knows sours Is your head poor dear Touths Companion The Word Silhouette The little black pictures called III- bouctteK derive their IHlme from ItI cane do Silhouette who was the rrencb minister of finance In IT5J Ills extreme lconOIllY In matters of finance was enrlclIllIIeli by till classes and any cheap motle or ftishluri was barcastlcnlly called lIy Ids name About that time these profiles were produced by casting the shtulnty ut a face un tire paper by the light of n candle arid tracing about It llecause they were clump Ihty were called In ridicule at the IIIlnl1ter silhouettes and the mane has ever since been re talnedBostou Globe All the Printers Fault What became of that paper you were going to start In the interest lit uplifting the poor traulp asked the interviewer Ala It fell through confessed the rest reformer with much alltlllon end nil on account or the blooming tarclessness of the printer DJd he make n grave error L ebould arty so You know the PII leer was to be named the liar of hope Well that Idiot of n printer changed I- Ito the Bar or Soap and ns soon as my- eaaatltuents heard the the atblrted running and they are rnnning yetChleago News Court Logic Lnwyerly client your honor has toafeased lint ho commuted the bur PI1 You will udlllit this an eloquent proof ot my clients love or truth Rnd- of his upright conscience and your jtopor a man with fluch a delicate con science IIbould not beaccused of tiny I iii broken Into a house to steal Never Quite Satisfactory stern FatherYoung man the lights tbls house are put out at 10 odocl ovng ManThat suits me Dont do Pay on my accountNew York Time Victories that are easy are cheap Lhose only are Worth having which eofDe ee tbo result ot bard llghting- r eether- Kt h yt t C It Queer Ornament Some years ago we found In a secret Drawer of a pearl embroidered Work lOX three leeks of hair fastetcd tc- lmnll enamel heart shaped mounts with sliver eyelets Two were lisclb ed R C obI 10th April hidI R C 106L The third bad no Inscription at nil In this box 1 now keep nn en graving of a portrait ot Elizabeth queen of Bohemia which plainly show the curl of hair In her left car attached to a pearl earring The painting by Gerard hlouthorst was engraved JJ1 n- Vcrlue When I showed these hair earring to n gentleman of sOllie cousldernble learning he Informed me that all of Aurae wlee or King Jnllles L uncleI of Meted by a malady still Poland and some parts or whlcb consists of a growth of hair and tiesh pendent from the ear on winch It Is dangerous to operate owlllg to the profuse hemorrhage which ensues Ho- nddetl that In consequence of this nl lallrmity u fashion arose In the roI teeulh and seveittecnth centuries of I wearing locks of hair pendent front the left eats I believe there is a per trait of n Stuart lady still at Ham house so adorned London Notes and Queries I The Pilot Fish A little fish about which ninny Inter estlllg fancies cluster Is the pilot tlShj Aelinn tells us that idiot fishes supposed to be kindly disposed toward sailors and therefore liked to approach ships which they continued with and guided until they reached laud They were deemed sacred to Neptune god of the ocean who protected theII from dcfgned Injury man who had ventured to eat e11n soon I afterward lost his son by drowning Apollo was said to have changed u fisherman teamed Pompllus who had crossed him In his loves Into n pilot fish nod condemned him for all eternl ty to the task of grntllllons pilotage tie Is also said to be n pilot or sharks and Is snid to warn the latter away from batted hooks and other dangers anti lend them to food There really does exist n strange bond of friendship between the huge shark and thlll little member of the mackerel fmihlr which are often to be seen traveling together although the pilot flshs supposed care to warn Its compl1Ilon or IWflendh11I danger and to prorld food tnlllley pure and simpleiAn English Election Trick Corruption lit elections In nlhlnll took many curious forms In olden days but there Intro been few more Ingeu bus Illans for securing the election of the desired cntlllhlate than that prae teed at Sell ford lu liUO lwas doubt fun which way the polling wuuld unless u receiving otllcer could beI found willing to pass some tweutyslxI- lersolis who still wanted seventeen dnys to colnplete the six utouths resl deuce required by law Accordingly It was arranged that tile candidate should Insist on all the six oaths do- umnded by statute being administered to each voter lndividunlly und this together with the time spent In deal lug with every frivolous objection ntls rd by counsel made It Impossible to poll snore than four votes n day so that the twentyslx where duly quail fled by the time their turn came to vote The Tramps Reason The late Joseph Dorsey of San Jose time tumults detective whoso hest feat was the capture of CIIIIOII Bernard utter II chase from Alaska to Cape horn uSlll to Impute Lila success to his kuowledge of mncu A detective lie W01I11l SlY should know the laths of every class Then no disguise can deceive hint All men even the most unmetla heal have their habits lveu the traUlI has his You great big lazy loafer I said to u trammp one December lIar you ought to he lu Jail t Yes URIe the tramp rllllIllI as- liet pretended to Ix a monocle In his eye Yes I laioty ItF the correct timing fur our set fit this seasuu Ugle but deuce take It Its such II mild wlnlel dont you knowKansas- City I Star I An Indirect Hit A patient who was IlIIrerln from 1- scalp wound was recently ado hued to II hospltal now did this happen asked the resident surgeolt The wife hit ale till the bead with a stone was the answer Its the first thue I ever heard of a- sotuau hlttlnJ anythhng she II I III ell lit Iho doctor observed Jokingly Oh she didnt alm It ut nut She was throwing the stuns lit our neigh hOrS fowls and I was standing behind I hersLondon Graphic What a Changel lie used to kiss me every line 1e- I passed through a tunnel before our marriage said the little woman with sad reflections tnd does he do so now naked the bosom friend So ho talky a drlnkBrooklyn Eagle Reduced Old Tuggleworth dletl nt an nd h01Itiled at a greatly reduced age lie was really twenty years older than he sold he was Chicago News jThePenalty do you thlllk a minister ought to get for marrying U couple UklnsWcll Itwholly unac mightIHis Way of Putting It SllllcusDo you believe there is honor among thieves CynieukNo they ore just as bad as other people Phlladelphla Record i aiu P II q i i1 1 A CHINESE STRATAGEMed1 Legend of How a Was Averted Rajab Surnn who was oil ot tbe earliest rulers ot lndla overran the entire east with the exception or China killed Innumerable sultllnt with his own hand and married nil their laugh tors It Is said that when theChtnest heard of his trlulllphnnt progress nnd learned that he had reached their frontier they became much alarmed The emperor called a council ot his generals nnd mandarins and upon the advice ot a crafty old mandarin tht following strntegem was carried out A largo ship was loaded with rusty anus trees were planted on the deck the vessel Was manned by n numerous crew of old men and dispatched to the rajahs capital Wben It arrivedthe- most wonderful part of the story Is- that It dill arrivethe rajah sent ar- oltlcer to ask how long It had tnhett the vessel to make tho trip from China rhe Chlnameu answered that they hat nil been young mcn when they sot sal and that on the voyage they had plant ell the seeds from which the great trees had grown In corroboration ot their story they pointed to the rusty nails which they said bad been stout Iron bars as thick as a mans arm when they started You cnn see they concluded that China must bea very long distance away The rajah was so much Impressed by these plausible arguments that he concluded ho would not Jive long enough to reach China and abandoned his projected Invasion SNEEZING It Must Have Been a Violent Operation Before Jacobs Time We frequently hear the expression God bless you uttered after some one has sneezed The expression 1- Cwo can believe Clodd In his Child hood or the World dates back to the time of Jacob We are told in Jewish literature that previous to his time men sneezed but once In a lifetime and that was the end of them for the shock slow them Jacob prevailed lu prayer and had the fatality set aside on the condition that among all the nations it sneeze should be hallowed by the words God bless yowl In the Jntaka ono or the books ot the Buddhist Scriptures we read that the expression was May the blessed Lord allow you to ilvei Buddha on one occasion whileIpreaching to his disciples sneeze The priests gave vent exclamation and Buddha theI them for Interrupting his discourse If when a person sneezes he asked and you say May ho live will ho live the longer Certainly note cried the priests And Ir you do not say It will he lie any the sooner Certainly not Was the reply Then said Buddha from this time forth it anyone sneeze and a priest soya live he Ir ell be guilty or a transgresslonLndon Spectator The Kind Caddie Once III u game snld the golfer I had the good fortune to be six holes up on my opponent by the time the olgth hole was reached At the eighth green something went wrong with our reckoning of the strokes and I claimed that I bad won that hole too while my opponent claimed that It was halved After a mild dls I pate I yielded i But ns I moved on with my caddie- I couldnt help grumbling Well you know Joseph I gave In- But I sun think I won that hole otter nil The frown turned shocked aOlireprolng eyes on toe Disgusted with my greed for holes he whispered hurriedly so that my op ponent should not overhear Shut up cant Y0l11 no ye wont to break the titans Heart Ex change Laughter- Oerlndl1lgenco In laughter is repro bated by Emerson Xlllosluns of it he says should IIC ruder tllllet control and lie gltotes IIPPIIIlnI the saying of rord Chesterteld I nut sure that sluice I hind the use of my reason no hu mUll being has ever hllIrd one laugb limit gllletson Is not altogether consist eat In this matter fur whereas In one passage ho refers to laughter as a contemptible squeal ot joy In an other It becomes a pleasant spasm and he gratefully acknowledges the rest and refreshment we get from the shaking of the sides Moreover be- ndmlts that to see n man nil a high wind run after hits hat Is always droll Presumably If the man Is bald and the I road Is muddy even Chesterfield might bo led to emit n coutemptibie stluenl London Chronicle Invisible Dogs The coat of a red setter normally stands out fairly clear against heath er of the orlllnnry hue When how- everI It gets soaked with rain It dark- ensI very much and blends very closely with the heather The Gordon setters are perhaps the worst In this regard or asslmllntlu with the color ot- t heather and so belllg liable to get a thnrge of shot Couutry LifeI Hla Practical Mind Sculptor to his friend IWell what to you thluk of my bust Flute piece of marble Isnt 111 IfrlendMagnUJ rent What a pity to make n bust of Itl It would have made a lovely washstand i A Comeback Why do so many otherwise clever women write sflyletters to men Theyre probably making collections if the answers they getCleveland Leader u a F I r 7 I Minds Power IThe a plycho oglisionce wrote Ina Iadya album that his fa voriteamusement was writing and his favorite wisb a sudden death Zola died suddenly And It Is Ii strange thing said the phychologlet that those who prefer a sudden death usu ally have their preference gratified Philadelphia Bulletin Womans Opportunity Good dense Is the greatest preset vatlve of health Never before have thoIBut the chance will avail them noth- Ing unless they have the health to solzo It and the vigor to hold It Exchange TortoIses Consumed In England England eats between 30000 and 90000 tortoises every year Theres the Rub Died In poverty I cried the phUoso pher scornfully Died tn poverty did he an you expect me to sympathize What Is there In dying In pow erty Ivo got to live In tSportln Times Staggers Skeptics That a clean nice fmg13J1t com pound like Ducklens ArnIca Salve VII instantly relieves a bad burn cut scald wound or plies staggers akeptics But great cures prove Its n wonderful htxtler or the worst sores ulcers bolls felons eczema stein eruptions IS also chapped hands sprains and corns Try It 25e at nil druggists A Reliable Remedy FOR CATARRHElys Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes jrotectsthe lJrane resulting from Catarrh and drives away IC01l1111 tine Head quickly Restores the Senses of TaHo PUll Smell Full size 50 cts It Druggistsor by mahl LiquId Croon Balm for use In atomizers 7G ets Ely Brothers GO Warren Street New York Heres A- ARGAINB For YouD- AILY 4 Courier Journal By Marl Three Months IiRRYFORB RRPUBVIGAf ONE YEAR Both For Only 175 The price of the Daily Courier Journal is 600 a year 150 for three months We have made a special arrangement whereby we will accept orders for that paper and ours during JANUARY FAB RUARY and MARCH ONLY at the price forboth named above Send In your subscription at once and keep posted on the Proceedings of the Legislature Sunday CourierJournal not in cluded in this offer Send 50 cents additional if Stnday issue is de sired WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL is just as good a paper as it ever was We can still furnish the Week ly and our paper both one year FOR 150Others MUST be sent to this pa per NOT to the COURIERJOUR NAL to get advantage of this cut rate SEEDSfresh Guaranteed to Please ETeIJ Gardener end PtillterIbould kit the superior merlUof OUr Northern OfOWlIl1e- adSPICI rru FOR 10 CENTSIwe will send FAMOUS COLLECTION 1 py lOk7 TMI hl asdlr sea k1erienlatq ra- lrfi Ipkg m Is arUwttIeYrerd es wilt lodeyl 6nd 10 eente to help pr Wend parkin end rnl IM nke r mo soon o- d1 Itla out xw end Imtren aerd Oaldo GREAT NORTllEBN SEED CO 13111 hose at Jlllaol Electric BittersSucceed whets everything else faDe In netyous prostration and female wealmeues they are the SUpreme remedy ae thousands have pstlfed KIDNEYtIVERANDSTOMACH It Ii the beat medicine ever holdover adruggists counter I l r7lt 7 Dlreotoryo to Como ty Circuit CourtT P Dlrkhead Judge Ben D Ringo Attorney W PMldklft Jailer E O Darmlll Clerk F L Felix Master Commisioner U T Colllnll Shez11ftLop Black Court convenes day tn March and August and continues Uireo weeks and Third Mondays in May and November two weeks County CourtR it Wedding Judge W S Tinsley Clerk C E Smith At tome Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Quarterly CourtUtglns on tho third Monday in January April July and October Court of ClaimsConvenes first Tues day In Jdnuary and fIrst Tuesday jn October Other County OfficersC S MoaOey Surveyor FordsItII Ky n F D- IIo t Demard Felix Assessor Hartford Ky U F No2 Henry Leach Superintendent Hartford Dr A 1- 1Ithey Coroner lartford JUSTICES COURTS D S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after lrd Monday In March Tuesday attar 3rd Monday In June Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after 3rdMonday In December 0 E Scott Cromwell Wednesday afta- 3rd Monday In lliarch Wednesday after 3rll Monday In June Wednesday after lrd Monday In September Wedneaday after 3rd I1onday In December John H Mlles Rockport Friday after 3rd Monday In March Friday after lrd Monday In Jane Friday after lr1 Monday tn September Friday after 3rd Monday In December J C Jackson CentertOII Saturday after 3rd Monday In March Saturday of tel 3rd Monday In June Saturday after 3rd Monday In September Saturday at tel 3rd Monday In December M C Cook Renfrow TUIlt41ay after 2nd Monday In February Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May Tuesday after lrd Monday In August Tuesday after 2nd Monday in November Thomas Sanders Dundee Wednesday after the second Monday In February Yednesday after 2nd blonday In May Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August Wedneaday after 2nd Monday In Novem bet C V Miles FordslIIe Thursday after std Monday In l+ebruary Thursday after 2nd Monday In May Thursday utter lrd Monday In August Thursday after 2nd Monday In November J L Patton Ralph Friday after md Monday In February Friday after 2ntl Monday In May Friday after lrd Monday In August Friday after 2ud Monday In November IIARTFOItD POLICE COURT C M Crowe Judge G n TdkensClly Attorney Sam Court convenes second Monday In each month CIty CouncllJ Ii WIUlaml Mayor R T Collins Clerk S K Cox Treas urer Members of Cquncll T n Darinard W J Jean W M Fair Taylor W g Ellis E P Moore School TrusteeJ H Olenn chairman W S Tinsley secretary C M Barnett C M Crowo and Dr E D Pendleton- ItELIOIOUS SEItVICES- SI E Church SouthServices mooring and evening every first und third Sutr day In each month Sunday School 9t5- a m Prayer meeting every Ycdnes Jay evening Rev VIrgil ElgIn Pastor Baptist ChurchServIces every Sunday norning auci evening Sunday School 115 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Hey J W Bruner pastorChristian ChurchServices every fourth Sunday at 11 n m and 7 p m Sunday Hchool 230 p RU Elder floury Clay Ford pastor C P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at ii a m and 7 p m Sunday School 945 Rev TC Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No cis F A M meets first and thIrd Monday night In each month W E Ellis W M C M Crowe Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 n A M meets every third Saturday night In each month H Holbrook High Priest w S Tinsley Secretary Hartford Chapter No Fd O E S meets second and fourth Monday even- Ing Mrs T R Darnard W M Miss WlI1lo Smith Secretary Hough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythlus meets every Tuesday night- S A Anderson C C J G Keown K of it H Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every first and third Thursday night It T Collins Commander L I- Ioreman Iteeord Keeper SunshIne hive No 42 L O T M meets second and fourth Thursday night In each month Mrs Attyo Irlfflnlady Commander Mrs lula Pendleloll Lady Itecord Keeper Acme Lodge No 339 I O O F melts second and fourth Friday night In each month A n itlley Noble Grand B D Schruader Secretary Ohio Tribe No 188 Imp Order lied Men meets second and fourth IVelnes CampbellRecords Preston Morlon roat No4 G A IL- ltohl regular nleclings Saturday before thb first Monday In cacti month Ash RogersAdCnrpenlera nail Jolnlrs local No 1841 meets 1st Saturday night In each month Noah Sltuggs Tres W D Luce See Treas A S of E National Officers RIDIICYd D Kunmp Sec and Treallhllllanap olis hid Stato Officers J C Cautrllt Ires Georgetown Ky 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t71h Sf NEW YOU fI 1r t r r t EDUCATIONALDEPARTMENT BY WILBERT E HALL ofTthe largest city in tho world and the population is greater tliun that of New York City and Philadelphia The city Is about 40 miles from tho sea and has a fine harbor it bolivg form ed by the estuary of litho Thames and is fifty miles long i Paris the capital of France is built on both banks of the Seine and is the third city of the world in population It probably euiitasses all cHtes In magnlficcnvco and beauty and Is a great center of niualc art and learning and the center of fashion for the world Berlin is tho capital and metropo lis of Germany and situated on the banks of the river Spree BCOUFO of its many educational and laclentlflc institutions libraries and museums it has often been called Tho City Jk of Intelligence Vienna Is tho capital of Austria Hungary and Is situated on the Dan ube It Is Ithe fourth city of Europe to size and a great educationul Cen tersaint Petersburg the capital of i Russia Is situated in a desolate marshy region Though the ground is frozen for nearly five months in the winter the city is quUo beautiful and fifth among the European cities In size having a population as great as that of Philadelphia Madrid on the Manzanares River fore tnllest north east of Toledo Is the capital of Spain and is about us populas as Baltimore it Is situated on a dry and banwn plateau is a great railroad center and the largos city of the peninsula Brest Is a strongly fortified city on the western coatt of France and the Atlantic It possesses ono of tho finest harbors in the world Cairo the capital of Egypt fivo miles from the lelta of tIles Nile Is about the size of Saint Louis and is the largest city of Africa This region was onco the center of learning and civilization of the world and near I Cairo are the great pyramids whichI faro among the oldest the world Rome is the capital of Italy and is eltuated on both sides tho Tiber A river and about ono hundred and Hf teen miles northeast of Naples Romo Ip the most famoua of tollan IlOPIllatlononp which are the Popes palace cal led the Vatican and Saint Paters church which Is said to be tho larg c st burch in tho world There are also many famous ruins which are of great historical interest Butte one of the largest cities of Montana Is In the southwestern quart of the stage and one of tho greatest copper mining centers of tho world Montreal the metropolis of British Amenlca is on an island in tho Saint Lawerewce one hundred and eighty miles southwest of Quebec and has a extensive foreign commerco und many manufactories Raleigh ifha beautiful capital city of North Carolina on the Fall line has Imported cotton millls and tobacco factories and ds about vine hundred and fqntsyelght miles northwest of Wilmington Louisville the great commercial city and metropolis of Kentucky Is M tho rapids or falls of tho Ohio A I canal for river steamers has been built around the rapids The popula tion of Louisville in 1900 ales nearly 205000 but lias slnco grown rapidly The city Is one of lute largest tobac co markdta la the world J Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA IRALPH Week Feb SMOOt all the farmers are busy burning tobacco beds Mr Stove D Taylor went to Hart ford Monday on business i Mr Ronda Wade who has ibeen very sick ia some better JlrsR F Taylor is staying with her daughter Mrs Ronda Wade this week Mr Ivo Howard was the guest oi- J11s n fathorlnlaw Mr Henry Taylor f WhltesvJlla Saturday and Sunday I I Tho entertainment at the schbol s hbuso given by Prof Owen Ambrose rcoectLtho Census enumerator examination that waS hold at Hartford last Saturday i- NMr Taylor Ralph who has boon I 1ck for the past tow months is coax vi1h cent Mr Lonnie Wado has moved in I James Ralphs property ate and Mrs Dodo Taylor Taffy as the guest of friends here Sum daY l A Big Baby Farm hlggeMbnbyMoscow and it Is claimed Unit this institution shows an unuuul crop of some 14000 babies not to speak ot that put out by a brunch at St Petersburg which numbers 8000 The Mos byEmpresstalned oddly enough by a tax on playing cards Servants In the red livery of the royal family guard Its doors and Its accounts are carefully audited by the Russian treasury department The buildings comprising this Institution stand in a hollow square round a garden with trim lawn and trees which forms a playground for the children Yquugsters of nil sorts and sizes from tender nurslings who in the Incubating rooms nre just struggling Into life are tended by care ful nurses rind aro us sure of good at tentlou and wholesome food IIH any baby can need About tifty babies are received every day cud after four weeks the nurses take them to their own homes in the vlllagesNew York Tribune Opulence They numbered four They abso lutely exuded prosperity The thins which they ordered were such as to fill with envy the breast of the man at the next table engaged In cohsumlng the most modest dish disclosed by the bill of tare The four were conversing languid plutocratic conversation After awhile it turned to the question of money Evidently they wanted to do some thing How much money hud they One of the four took out his pocket book and counted up a roll of bills Oh I have a hundred and forty he said carelessly The second and third members of the party went through their pockets 1 have two hundred and fifteen re marked one And 1 have throe hundred said the other II The fourth roared his hand grandly Never mind you fellows he said 1111 lend you all you want Tenderly waiters bore the man at the next table out Into the cold air He will recover Philadelphia Ledger A Thrilling Sport At Walklkl tbe home of surfboat Ing for pleasure there is no danger ous reef but In the south Pacific often the reef Is two miles from shore and is exposed ut low tide Tbo waves form almost on the edge of the reef and drop down upou the hunt coral perpendicularly covering the reef for the time being with about two feet of rushing water The canoe that must jump this reef places it self before a wave every one pad- dIes for dear life and if tho boat does not touch coral but Is held suspended until u cushion of water rushes OU ward to receive It tho Jump is suc cessfully negotiated the reef is crossed and there is but a two mile paddle across the quiet lagoon to the sandy beach If the bow of the canoe docs touch the coral on the down leap there Is a shattering ot the dugout and its occupants are sent flying in every direction One might laugh at this at Walklkl where there are no sharks but not in the south seas Recreation Tons of Pins Nothing better shows the bigness of little things than the manufacture of pins In England there are made each week between fifteen and sixteen tons of the small necessaries the materials being iron steel and brass Tho yearly production would amount to about 100 tons Tho number of pins Includ ed Iu this great weight would niche any ordinary figures seem insignificant would In fact defy realization or comprehension Germany also niches great quantities of plus her production totaling about 144 tons a year Tho United States makes great quan titles of plus and Imports many from England Most of the latter countrys output Is manufactured lu Birming ham by two firms one of which Inns been In existence nearly n century and the other over a century Philadelphia North American Ho Didnt Complain Young Wife This talk about men being so Impatient when a woman Is getting ready to go anywhere Is nil nonsense Friend Doesnt your husband com plain at all Young Wife No Indeed Why last evening 1 couldnt find my gloves and bad u long hunt for half a dozen other things and yet when 1 was finally dressed and went downstairs to my husband there ho was reading and smoking as calmly as If I wasnt half an hour late Friend Well I declare Where were you going Yoi ng Wife To prayer meeting Method Method goes far to prevent trouble In business for it makes the task easy hinders confusion saves abundance of time and instructs those that have business depending what to do nod what to hope Blissful Ignorance Shall I tell you a secret Mr Black asked a little boy My sister Louisa Is to bo engaged to your brother Even your brother hasnt been told yet An Order Could Ba Filled Customer In Boston restaurant Walter have you auy fried eels Walt erWe have eels sir and they are susceptible of being fried Trust him who praises all him lees who ceoanree all and him least who to Indifferent to til Lavater LOW RATES ToNASHYItLE Great Industrial Exposition Open February 28 Many Attractions for The Pub lic and Everything Free On Monday Feb 28 The Nashville Exposition will throw open Its doors to the public Inviting them to see under ono roof a beautiful and in structive exhibit Illustrating the prog ress and achievements of commerce and Industry and sholwng what Is latest in the products of the factories of this country A merchants ex position ono which keeps themI abreast of what is most modern and uptodato In merchandising BUSINESS BUILDING For the benefit of merchants many thousands of whom will visit this Exposition from the Southern States experts will deliver addresses on many subjects pertinent to Business Building Science in Newspaper Ad vertising Modern Merchandising HowI tend Trade How to Dress Win dows How to Handle Clerks How to Advertise How to get Now Customers How to Make Col lectlbns COMMUNITY BUILDING Interesting talks will be made by men of national reputation on the following subjects How to Build a City How to Get New Capital and Investment How to Attract More People to Your Community FINE EXPOSITION BUILDING The building In which the Expo sition is to be held Is the big Hip podrome especially adapted for expo sition purposes Each exhibit will be In a specially constructed and artistically decorated booth with graceful columns in white and gold and myriads of Incandescent lights FREE AMUSEMENTS To entertain all those who visit the exposltlona program of free amusements has been arranged The Nash ville Military Band will render concerts every day and night a fine noon and night from the big stage at the south end of tho building and free moving picture shows every after noon and night EVERYTHING FREE All these Interesting and amusing features are absolutely free to the publicno charges whatsoever LOW RAILROAD RATES- A one and onethird rate railroad fare makes the trip to Nashville very cheap and It is expected that large numbers will attend the Exposition from all over the South An Empress and Her Tea The late empress dowager of China was a great epicure In regard to her tea To add to the flavor she used a curious flour mixture equal parts of ilrled jaslmlno and honeysuckle Tho honoy In the flowers sweetened the tea ever so slightly and tho blooms gavo It a pungent taste which tho empress liked Tho first leaves of the great plantations In China are al ways reserved for the Imperial use Success Success doesnt depend so much on doing big things now and then but on doing little things well Chicago the Danger Line Speaking of flshballs remarked an ardent New England admirer of that form of food who was eating In a Dearborn street restaurant the other day I will tell you a sad sad truth about them lit you order them In Boston they are practically all tied Yes sir solid bona tide fish Move west n bitto Albany say What happens The amount of fish in each tlsHball has dwindled Proceed to Buffalo A certain self assertiveness begins to bo apparent with the fish On to Cleveland Flshballs there arc half potato half fish with the accent on potato On to Chicago There potato has the upper handHe groaned How is It in the far west He leaned forward Ive dared travel farther vest than Chicago ho whispered hoarsely Chicago Tribune theOldDays Centuries back golf was a paffima of the royal family though then usually played in Scotland The Stuart family was very fond of the game and the first English club was estab lished at Blackbcath In 1COS by James III1s eldest son Henry frequently played and on one occasion nearly struck by accident his tutor with n club whereupon he coolly remarked Had I done sol bad but paid my debts Charles I was playing golf when he received too dews tof the Jrlah rebellion James dukb of York j r c = c a clwnril James I1was another ardent player Golf is frequently mentioned In ancient Scottish records and in the fifteenth century was prod blb because It interfered with tho practice of archery Strutt consid ered it the most ancient game at ball requiring a bat London Standard I Vegetable Chat- I see that sonar college professor has been saying that he believes that vegetables can see and hoar while growing In the garden Is that so Yes not only that but he believes that ages hence they will be able to converse with one another Oh thats old Whats old- Vegetables conversing Ive often heard Jack and tho Beanstalk Maid Worth HavingtThe Mistress entering the kitchen Jane didnt I bear a dish break a minute ago The MnhI1 hope you did morn It monde noise enough If you hadnt heard it I should have thought you were getting deaf and that you know would be awful Bos ton Transcript Cause and Effect The Earl of Ennui dreamily Wlsht I just had cr million and ten years ahead of nine Baron Heating ItWell you grab the million and youll get the ten years all right all right Puck Then What 7 Mrs Hoyle My husband doesnt care for money Mrs Doyle That adds to the mystery us to tine motive for his marriage New York Press Sure Thing Bill When all the fools are dead 1 flont want to be alive MilWell Jont worry you wont be Yonkera Statesman I Quicks Cold and- LaUrippe Medicine Guaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrippe in 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia in 30 minutes At druggist or by mail J Co Mendenhall Medicine Co Evaosviiie l- adWIDOUGLLS334 I BQYSAJlDEiQg I Z THE LARGEST MAKER AND RETAILER OF MENS FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD SUPERIOR TO OTHER MAKES I have worn W L Douglas ihoes for the past six years and always find they are 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gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 3000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable con or refund tuition I BOOKKEEPING h SHORTHAND 1 Draughon competitors by not accepting 1his proposition concede ttat he teachesmore Bookkeeping in three months than they do to six raugnon can I vince you conII s 1ersteaches because they know it is THE BEST For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President w DRAUGHOMS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE aoRpoairga a EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS S t rn 3rTlvuiF wT rt f t j JJ1 elf 1 I i t 7t I For making richi and saving spensableFor BRIBERY CHARGE BEING PROBE11- 1atkins Reputed Statement DlsI turbs Kentucky Senators A FULL INQUIRY TO BE MADE County Unit Extension Bill Still Bo- bing Up In One Form or Another StateWld Prohibition Sought In a Measure Before the Legislature Evidence of Friction Between House and Senate BY J H STUART Frankfort KySpecial Th county unit extension bill continue to be the maul lseuo before the leg ilature for it It does not come up in one form It bobs up In another The Anti Saloou league of the stato held Its meeting here last week an it was expected that a large number of delegates would be In attendance and by their very presence have con alderable Inl1uenco on the legislators On the contrary however only a ery Cow delegates or members came to the meeting and to all outward apI- lfarances they did not accomplish much except that Senator Watkins of Union made a speech to the ieasue- In which he was quoted as saying that he had learned as well as any thing could he learned without actually seeing and knowing It himself that tour senators had sold out to ote against We county unit bill for the aggregate sum of 20000 The next day a resolution was adopted by the senate providing tor a full investigation of the charge he made and a nonpartisan commute gas appointed to swear wltnlsPIs and Gild out about the truth of the sort oUR accusation In the speeches on list subject several senators snlll that 1CUlI charges could be substantiated the four unknown senators would be expelled but on the contrary If Yore t shown that Senator Watkins hied mnlle these charges without any warrant of fact then he ought to bo expelled It will take the committee a wk or ten days probably to mnke the investigation Mcantlme the unit bill In the hansI Is milking some progress and wfl- lkcly pass whenever It comes to a Tote When It does pass It will be tent over to the senate and the up Per body will ho given mother chance to vote upon the measure Just what changes may take place 1 the Nentlment of the senators by the time Is not known but at present It- I1cmt unlikely that the unit bill wit ever pass the senate at this session I It was not expected that the qUIS lion of State wlde prohibition would tome before this legislature but Hep- lesentatlve Waggoner of Henry introduced a bill last week looking to that end Ills bill provides for thin ques lion of amending the constitution tlO that state wido prohibition may be noted on shall be submitted to the people next year If the amendment should carry In 1911 then tha question of voting on statewide prohibl- tion can be submitted to the people at the election In 1912 If It shout carry then the manufacture sale tarter or giving away ot Intoxicants wonld be done away with entirely In Ills state except there might be established to each city or county seat a state agency where liquor for medl cal purposes could be bought buit j IUI It Is stated that several senators lhQWill vote for the county unit oz teti ion bill will not vote for the fate wide amendment and all those Apposed to the county unit will vot against the statewide proposition thus Insuring Its defeatS So tar the legislature baa donet nothing looking to the relief ot the empty state treasury that to theyt y lUrC done nothing but Introduce two or three bills for that purposebutt neither of those bills Is being ed for passage It seems to be untti rlare ood that tho bill authortzlnJ th rte A n issue of 500000 In bonds to partly relieve the situation will pass the senate when It comes to a vote but It le almost as sure that the house secreDr t a been taken and It was found that a large majority of the members declared they would vote against the measure In tact It looks like the house has It In for the senate and will pass no bill of any Important that the aenatq has already passed It will be remembered that early In the session some of the house mom here became so Incensed against the senate because a vote was not taken on the county unit hlll that a pct memberbs any senate blll till the senate vote on the county unit blll The promoters of this petition or pledge did not carry out their plan as at Intended but It seems they hav quietly made up their minds to kit every senate bill they can Take fo thebs common schools of the state This blll passed the ate unanimously yet when It went t the house It was defeated Usually when a blll passes one body tenant votedn po this session Up to and Including last Saturday Feb I not a singleYo blll had reached the governor yet days of the 00 day session had slaps ed l poagpeople will have to place the blame trvvhoThe law creating the state racing ommission was passed tour years ago and the five commissioners were appointed then for a tourear term wlll soon be out of office or re appointed by Governor Willson When Governor Deckham appointed them tour years ago he named four Demo crate and one Republican and the politicians here are already specula ItIng I1S to whether Governor Willson will appoint any Democrats this year The governor Is on record as strongly favoring blpartlsan boards for the government of state Institutions but whether he will carry his hlpartlsan at Ideas In his racing commission poitmeuts remains to be seen Thos who claim to know him beat say he will put two Democrats on the corn mission and three Republicans Senator Lewis Arnett or Covingto- hinks n t the bakeries of this state need regulating and ought to be conducted 1on a morE sanitary plan so he has In troduced a bill to that effect It pro Ides for a bakery Inspector whose duty It shall be to examine all ba kerles and see that they are oplrated It according to strictly sanitary rules withtclaimed that bread made In as un 1clean or unsanitary bakery many disease germs that ire not eradicated by the mere baking of the bread and frequently cause whole families to become sick It Is he- lIoved to be n mono In the right dlrec- tlon and If the bill Is properly guarded ought to prove a blessing If It be to comes I law The two penitentiaries one at Frankfort and one at Eddyvllle the western part of the statehaveh over OOO prisoners confined In them and both are so crowded that many of the convicts have to sleep two In a cell Something like 20 years ago the Frankfort penitentiary became so crowded that the hranchpenltentlary at Eddyvllle had to be built It has accommodations for about 70tl prisoners while the Frankfort penitentiary can comfortably house but about 1300 The number In each Is gradually Increasing so that one of the I prisons will have to be enlarged or else soother penitentiary ought to be built Ab1l1 has been Introduced providing for the erection of another to commodious cell house In the Freak Institution and also to buy a efarm for each prison upon which th best behaved convicts will be allowT Id to work The amount asked fo make these Improvements and some other needed buildings Inoj two prisons foots up over These buildings and are almost absolutely neces to sal earl yet there la no money Inttreasury to pay the appropriation madee 0 0 t The leading women ritltite atate are greatly interested In the bill Senator Thomas granting suffrage yvomen In school electlonii andasusing every effort to bdvelt passed at this session The senate commlt tee on sUffrage and elections held special meeting on Feb 10 to hear arguments from the women and a large number of them were preset from many parts of the state The made a most favorable showing be tore the committee and It Is believedI the bill will pass the enate whenever It comes to a vote The Feder- atlon of Womens Clubs aretaklng active part In the effort to have t bill passed and every son tor representative has received numerous letters from his constituents urging hIm to vote far the bill- S The work or Improving the grounds around the new capitol building has been suspended because the ap- proprlatlon made for that pllrpo two years ago has been c oxhause- Governor Willson has urged the leg- Islature to make an appropriation sufficient to complete this work but so tar nothing has been done to further the passage of a bill for the purpose The grading and terracing a 1ready done will be made practically worthless and the money spent will have been wasted it sufficient funds are not provided with which to complete It In fact the winter rains have already done much damage to the unprotected terraces and the hard spring rains will almost ruin then unles something Is done and then the handsome new building will look like It Is out In a ploughed field tor the next two yearn So far the appropriation bills ask- Ing for money for the normal schools state university penitentiaries slat house and other Institutions are being Introduced nearly every day course If no provision Is made t meet these appropriations If the bill s pass there will be no use In peseta ydIbemoney Is provided to meet them S I Introduceed 1house 93 bills or a of 725 thenwill never be heard of any more and It la calculated that probably 100 of gouGot the Train Stopped parsto Oak park to be trained One dayI friend of Mr DOllner left Nee rk to visit him lit thc park bit found that the train did not atop a that station The conductor wn lite but salt that he could not go orders At New naven n halt was made and sir DonncfS friend ied to bribe the engineer with dollar bill but la vain IIo wa turn told font Charles 1 Clark theIpresident of the road was on trout and he went to himIconductorrt hare but ho wlll not dlsobe orders Why not then go forward and bribe the engineer I tried bribery at New IIaven but would not work The absence ot evasion was the best policy Mr Clark not only gave orders to have the tralll stopped aKCharter Oak but promised some day to see Maud S Ill had witnessed the tempt at bribery and the frank con pleasee Preparing For a Journey Jerouto K Jerome recalled with r ensure n habit of isle methodical cod who before packing for II journey always wade a list This was tbe system which he followed gathered from his uncles own lips Take n pIece ot paper and put down on It everything you can possibly reo quire Then go over It and sea that contains nothing you can possibly do without Imagine yourself In bed What haye you got on Very well put It together with a change You get u youroelaWhutlo you wash yourself with Soap Put down soap Go on till you a have Onlshed Then take your clothes Begin at your feet Whnt do you wear on your feet Boots shoes sacks Put them down Work up till IYOU get your head What do you want besides clothes Pl1t down everything This Is the plan the old gentleman always pursued The list made be Mne hall forgotten nothing Then h would go over It again and strike or everytblng It was possible to dispense with Then he would lose the list of When Curatea Were Wanted When one loarns that curates are Increasing so warp more rapidly than benefices wonder is excited as to the couditlon ot affairs In the eighteen h century when enterprising ladles o ferldlIvlngs to clergymen willing marry them Au adverUsementto this effect appeared In too London Cbro- do In March liB The ady wall rather particular too The was be young onus a small tottuno bo well recommended as to and good temper cud be firmly att4ehed establishmentvliving was not rlchb loW 100 Mrand agreeable There scene a touch humlllty In the direction that at thoz Confidence was crested by assurance that the simnel BE crny and honor may b depend opoDLondon Chronicle By q r COd lSPRiNGS ofFeb lbbars BOoUi Swain of Ce MItIaudyr1bs Roscoe 1VIlFOrc and f9tcta1- a Dunch of utlcr county were the guests of Ciattencv Deanls last week Mr and MM Dl4ch 1Yflaaa of heyrdiay night and Bunda- ML Gusto Cooper has nhome offer u visit of two weeks with her cousin lllsg Una Dennis Dothodroturned tram EAnsvllle lent week Mr J D Dennis ill very 5ickat thIs writing Mr and Mrs O E Scott and 11 daughter Miss Ellen SCott Ulo ttlern the sick liJt Miss Lola Wltallnw111 return bomo hedro drool lar the pa flx months Tho candy pulling at Mr C C Dennis last Friday night was bigh ly enjoyed by nU present 1Dins Joe Horace seat her PoOIIHIDlIl and Fred are III with pneumonia Mr CltcGr loogl ie vletting aunt Ding Eat1 DatTel lt Broadway this weekILittle Corlnn DenulS is on the sick tatsdin Jllm Hines of little bendspcnt Thursday night at 3fr S O Fogles Mr George WneoB1eft Saurd- r ay fo Jasanv111e Indf to vlvit hIS sister Mrs Walter Scott AppointmentseThe examination for West Pain yeopassed or were accepted by the med- Ical board There are 150 vacancl to bo tilled and an examination held nt West Point February tiThevacandcs exist and the only way toIget one of these appointments Is to- write to your Senator or CongrCBsman who at11 know whether or not his UII polntee failedMChinese Floating Hotel A floating hotel Is to be establlshe- 1n d China The vessel will have three decks the lower being arranged tor dining hllllard smoking and card looms The main deck will contain eacht1 spasas a promenade Creosotea intosa It relieves the pain but la time destroys the sub stance of the tooth Leave creosote to expert use ReceipteYNow York are nearly three times se mac b as of all the other ports In the Unites States SMALLHOUS Feb 15sir J S Trunnell uICI1 y was the gut t ot his tl HIln law Mr J R Hunter and Family and other friends and rollitJVo Steve Iron Wedncsdl wail Monday of thl week Duu Sallie Droke who wtlif tho Barnardeday Dills Sophia Ball has la grippe Mr BelT Bishop and family nrc moving Ito tile farm of Rev G- Laffvtrnco H today 41iae Ethel Hunter has returns- prom U vlSl to her sister Mrs J S Trunnell elHpssrsMondayp little Miss Gladys mttlngCbave returned tram visit to her brother Mr Felix Dtmke Owensboro and Mr Kltt1n T Ser nt Island T1hey were IlCOOmp1Ilieda home by Mater Ozcnr and Albert Kit anger who ware yjglUng their grand cir parents tVb Island la- Nr and Mrs Srm Morton are nt the bedside of then son her Ross In otto Ltveaorn Ky who has been pttJlss Altha Addln ton was the guest her aunt 31m Theo Howell at en Island a tow days lash week L Wood Ocrolvo SISt Small hone last Tuesday Mrs M E Taylor Ltvarorc is the her daughter Mrs Brown aIalthcus SELECT Feb 10bin Orville Dttilet and lIf1it ElsIe Hacker of Butler frontal ao mrned last 1Vednesday M vtbJrMrspousMendsLThere Ss folk off a now Itelopblono peas to by ruD from Prentls Yr Earl Smith vile leave soon owling Greets whore be WIT taketr tealn spcolol couture in bOOk kuvning ptanattended the examination for Cencus Enumerators at Iinr rord MondQf- l Feb 1st There is talk vt a49zltrg a Co- operativo Unoa of the A S of E at Baizabwn far the purl n of buy- Ing fold seeds sail oho hingsthe tb by cutting out tin middle meted ls protltMr Oscar lvtvaarE and family ha vo moved back homo after being gOlle six months Mr Stems tnughtJ richhot near Fordsyl1l Mr Bruce Riggs and tamUy a ill leave fn l tow dayS t01 Hart coon Ry where they win reqid- elIca C W 13anttey and Hubet1t Fought shipped a fIne lot of I MondaySucoavs to The Republlron Dundee 0 Mr George Klein Dead Mr George Klein a former resdsot ot Hartford died at his residence In- B1cknCII lad last Friday morning after a siege of lu grippe which developed Into pneumonia ills rema Ins wero brought back to Hartford and at rlrCd hero Sunday afternoonwhen they Were taken to Oakwood comets ry and Interred In the family lot The now was deep the weather cold and on this account many of his old frlonds were prevented from attend lagthe burlap Mr Klein was II tlnamth and tor many years Ill conducted a tin shop on tlto north side of the public squire In Hartford His brother Mike was his partner la business for a long While but ho died about ars ago About ten years ago the d ath of his sea Lawrence KleJn Dtrddleln moved with his fat t haZvo 0 me of his death He was a quiet conscientious citizen of the highest integrity and respected by ev erybody who knew him Ho leaves a wife amid several lauhters and to mourn his deafh any ot our older citizens rememblr him well and leans with regrrt of his demise Proceedings Of School lmprovementlengue whleh convened at West Nocrnek Friday e- ening Feb 9 1910 with President Foster presiding Officers In attendance eight a6se one members present seventeen a sent tenWMinutes read and approved Reading by Mertie WUJtord- RecltatlonBertha WardESong I Am Going to er by Lula Ward and Iarllssa Fe terJsong gll Stevens and Sherman Chamberlain was quite a success Next came old business A committee was to make out program for future meetingI After recess came singing New bust tiessAfter this clime a debate SuLJe ctsane Resolved That Chlnrsl Immigration Should be Prohibited Judges selected were as falloffs S P Sander fur Ira D Ells Ballots Shown De clslon rendered one for the affirm floe and two for the negative Adjourned to meet Friday evening Feb III 1t10FiIYDiA FOSTER Secy 1LeeA special to the Commercial AJlpenl LidL II Illler whoso home Is aupp 08the tentuplaning mill ot the JCllves Cypress and Lumber Company Miller h charge of the work ot putting the lumber through the mill and to the cata his morning being cold he wore his ah11o at wtlrk A truclo lumbEr had been rolled up aloagsl a planing maculae and In aticmpt g to wlllt between the truck and tho machine his overcoat was caught the belt hurling him to the floor with great force his head striking I ulley fracturing his skull Tho UlS Instantly stopped and other em- ployes rushed to the old of the atrlc katman but It was seen that hlsln juries mere fatal He lived abo three beano after the accident ocIlercurred aMillerheight bad dark complexion brown CIhairabout two years ago and helped build the mill owned by tiro JCRIves Cypress Lumber Comptdty He h- ao adweek papers on his person MUJer BaN Bontd e Inges In that city EdThe deceased was the son ot soplrh ee as he was commonly known here was wholeaouled cad Jolly fellow relativoea d agic deathSat IALDIIf eeFeb 15 rybOOrI6 t II ltIdellvoring tobacco la nelghborhtxxl 1A musical entortainmestt on at rlr J A Davis ast day nlglt and was enjoyed bT all present Mr and Mrs L A DavU6 ot tt fI Pleasant neighborhood epetRti the Otk at his mothers Mrs J A Davis Ire Mattio Taylor crud clilldTeltt Emma rind Winona EInt Monday tJE P Sandertura Mrs SUSIUl NIcholson of Rails Itoy who bus boon very m forsoaaetNatuo pawed away last Tuced8y 7th aud WAS bused nt Brlckhoittx Weeph J not dear onus for aun Susan aloe- ur a faithful chrllstlan gad was loved all who knew her Live Po you b1jmeet heir where theTo Is no- pantings nimr but eternal hnpplnes love Mr L D Taylor who has beer on the sick list far some time is some better Alec Mr Henry Tayfar Js able to be out again Mr Lelchel Taylor is drdlilggs well on the home place rman hero Dliess Bessie and Rhoda Torrence visited Harriott Sandertur Sunday lr bSandcrrur is spendinG a few days Mr A K Bnnderfur nod taml11y ot cooper neIghborhood Mr J O Leisure has moved trHartford on Mr O P Jones place sir George Sorrels has moved to Benner Dam Mr Marion Sandertur visited fir Ellaha Payibon Monday l8NoticeOn account or the meeting or the Wool Growel8 Saturday Feb 6th the mooting of Hartford Local No G04 called for that date failed Ua we a meeting In view of this bat I hereby request that aU members of said local meet at the courthottao in Hamford Saturday Feb 26th for the purpose of paying duOS lCt1ng ol lcers and for tho transxuatton of toy othO1 busneres that may come up tor coneldetatloa F W PIRTLE Ptrs C E SMITH Soc 11 4cton Wilcox Bro T J Acton of Orton Ky tiViltooxJday the 19th Bro Acton Is n aPjnotermdbr illiam Willcox of Echols It that bites Wllcox parents consider Jed her young and gIddy at the tend age of 99 and forbade her to keel tatsbut Bro cton being a young wldbvver oteante- b5 summers was very persistent to his love making and was not so easily dLSCOUraged or baffled la btsIobject so making armngment with hl Intended bride to meet hint it the on the day and dare above men oned and with Bro G H Lt7reT whom ho knew would be return Ing from Polvlile where he went to fm his appointment as pastor of fie pelvllle Baptist church on Sunday be torn he took the same train at Deaer Dam on which Bro Lavrer- ence was returning and mot MIBsWIll cox at Echols TU1ef all tJepcd moo the pestoffice lro Lawrence quIet- ly said the Too that made them and wife and they all took the train Bro Lawernnoe return log to Beaver lawn and fie luappy couple to lire Actons delightful home near Olaton where they have best wishes of their many friends sdbeICheap Land for Sale 18 acres ot good land one and ono halt miles south ot McHenry near R boqjedenatter fa191rng Well lerms cheap tor cash Apply to Barnett Smith 4 r McHENRY Feb 10Our Sunday school is r milnicelybiro Ilerwino of tIr DIck Ilex died her home bore Saturday aflghb Y 4FuloIrs Is survlved by B sister fiusbgad oovem1 small children orro sty tn belngearedtob4so Mary Blackburn at C6mnl rlslted trlonds in town Avery promising pThg oIFlotttinlcuoKeownthe flt Week and several have ittenet since Nothing opatka bottbt kits prlDgschool j fvs1LJng 1tolbA high chess Vaudeville Is P 3 1 Rh6 Opera thle wseett F 3- S I