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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t tartferb Ittpnblican Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 25 1910 No a2 THREE DROWNED IN ROUGH RIVE Sunday Afternoon Whil- Riding in Dingey Boat Watchers Searching for The Bod ies that had Not Been Recover ed Wednesday Afternoon I THE DEAD Wilson Autroy- Mlsg Nell Autrey Mrs Jeesie Autrey Wilson Autrey his talstor Nell AU trey aged 19 and his slatcrinlaw Mrs Jesse Autneywere drowned sun- day afternoon at Kites Falls tills county Will Autrey who way In the party OOclllCd by swimming ashore lutes Falls are a zerlof laplds in Rough river about 10 miles tat Fordavillc The total tall Is about 10 foot la less than half a jnllewlth n whlrlixwl bolow in which nothing cnn live when tfio tide Is rlsJng The Autreya lived near the falls and on Sunduy afternoon hearing Jhe roar of tile water which was rapidly rising on nccount of themeltingrmow- the four walked tk the river fo waa fl tho swelling tide Will Autrey Its d recently married the daughter of fir Robert Biatcher a promliienit funnncr and a member of one of Ohio coun tys oldees and best fiimllle1 Alter watching the wild flood for a tort time the party walked up the river intpndlng to call upon a neigh bore A shoat dlstnnoo above oho falls they saw a dingey boat in n dtilflt n few feet from tho shore a ipaddto ly- Ing in the bottom crawling out ou a drift Robert Autrey Secured the boat and drugged it to tlio shore It was then hauled out and turned over to Jot oho water out after wblch it was launched iind tho party got In fur n ride tho young women objecting and the men assuring thom than there was no dang r The crazy cruit was pushed out In the stream but being waterlogged it wiis found imixieslble to manage n- It was quJckly htvuh out Into tho swift current and despite all Mutt could bo done it started madly for the falls The women screamed and while one of the mien plied the paddle with all of hU strength the c her Jumped ovfiiboard and tried by swim ming in the water which mas flllcil with floating Ice to aaslnt it to the shore Not an inch of headway could bo made against the angry flood and faster and faster the boat flow to de struotion Whon the first fall was ixsicfhod ifcha dingey was headed straight across tho river and in the final toot of its descent Its lower edge dipipad in the water which checked lit for nn Instant and then It was whirled over hatching all three of the occupants bcneatli it and breaking the hold of Will Autrey who was swimming at one end Not ono of the three wat eeen again as the boat raced down the rapids Will Autrey was swept along witty it brut could never reach it and finally he was rtfaown in the brtiKto on the shore He was eXhauEt ed and more than half lkawnlid and could only hold to the branches and wait for his reurulnHtretilth Finally he was able to pull tUmself on shore but he was too weak to glvo the alarm and tfl was same truce hefare ho could ralce his voice for that purpose His cites wets heard but UO aXeitficn was jald to them nt fimt and when they had continued for a long tlmo some men went to him and learned of the awful tragedy By that tlmo it was late In the ftiternoon and before a searching par ty could ba ovganized H was aright The mows spread rapidly through the neighborhood and a crowd thronged tho bankS of the river Far into the night tho watch Was kept upJ11It to no purpose By morning tho rivet had Then 10 toot and all day Monday it cooMmied to tome up until ho lowest banks were overflowed melding all efforts to recover tho Oiodleu useless They still rest bonoath the flood and xovorslowlying from the chock boptog tilt tbe dead may bo recovered yhcn 3hp wa ters subside or that they will bo f t 0 1 r thrown on shore by the fierce ounwnt In which hope the river is being waitclnjd for mikes tolephaneudtrsrRthan and I tlcally Impassablcwhlch accounts for crawseof tho tragedy to world Noted Trotter Dead Calhoun Ky Fob 21 Gmeral Willkoa one of the giftjatest earns Muit ever lived As ddad He had a record of 221 34 whlcch was made about tWenty fh years ago when only the heavy highwheel sulky was used He was undoubtedly one of tho gnvnitcst sires that this country lidu ever seen for beauty and soar era Geneiul Wilkes has twcmtyflve dji tho list und n great many producing tons and ll1ugl eau Debby Burns ta his irioat fttmous son and ranks amonig Ito great sirs He Is owned at Washington iby C House of Ohio General Wilkog wx by George Wilkes and was folded In 1881 Prvsl dents Rocsevelt tawns ono of Ms Oars for which lie pad 6000 Pansy Blos cam with a trotting record of 212 waa owned by tho late E II Honi ara for which Iw paid 6000 A great many of his sons and dvughters have been shipped abroad and are now owned by nobles In vtonna Austria and eboWhero He was owned by Gtrrge B McMaiiama of Jhla place wheat hu has had him in hla stud for a number of years The mod valuable horses in this anti adjoining counties ate of his get and breeders gonortilly will bo grieved of sours of hU death Mr McMaaama treasured him so highly that ho will erect a splendid monument alt his giavo I ELECTRIC RAItWAY BY LINCOLN FARM Will be Built from Glasgow to Hodgensvllle and Cost 1000 000 Promoters Meet Louisville Ky February 22 plans are now on foot for the build- Ing uf an electric railroad from Glasgow ito Hodgsnvllle a distance of about fifty miles It Is eslnracd that the cut of buldrig and equip ping time mad powerhouse and all will be 1000000 The mad will plus by the Lincoln farm and connect with the Illinois Central railroad at Hod genville The right of way from Glas- goW has been soured by Charles Dtrandcmburg ard all thiit remain now is to mlse funds which Uw l ro moteris think Jfliero will bo nr trou ble In doing Tho corporation will b3 Farm raid Mammoth OIVG Traotlcni Company Articles of Inconpoiuidon have been filed in Arizona A meetilnig was held at the Soil bach by several prominent cltlsjiiB of Glasgow lath night at wlilch the plans were discussed Among those present were J M Rlcliaadaon L W Preslon J C Preston J AMcDarnkrl J Frank Taylor and J Lewis Wil liams Mr Williams to attorney for the road It was abated lat night that Basitcirn capitAHsta are tuene t- ed in the project and anuiher meet lag will be held soon at whldh tomo tblng deflnCte will bo announced The aim is to gut ovcrjthirg tn shlapo EO ttal work on the road may be bltnIn the spring The road it ia etatrd will run through a fine farming country and will be along the line of Oho old LoulsvJlb and Nashville plko It will fltrlke the itownn of Plko View Gilenwood Rio Camner Hardyvllle Uno Dear Wallow and Goodnight A number of prominent business men of Glasgow will toke ton active part in tho enterprise Killing in Breckenridge Hardlnribirrg Ky Feb 2lTho examining trial of Aloji7x Dowell chargod with the murder of Ma dOn da law Dood Adams will bo bcd tomorrow It Is claimed that Adams was ehowlng his horoo tb several people when Dowell roda up and an argument resulted in wWcli Dawoll pulled his gun and shot and killed Mama It la also allcsed tire ho wont into the dome of his daughter after killing her 1tu Lund and Btoused her it is stated thaw there had bean roublo in the family for auane time r- tiS 1a2k4 SECOND EXPLOSION IN COAL MINE Near Central City For The Present Month SeventyFive Miners Descended When Gas Causes Explosion And Kills One Man Oentml city Ky Fob 23Thais vi cinity hay had Its wacond mhietjxplo sloe this month The first one waa ait Browder mine eight miles south of hers on tho L and N railroad on February 1 and iho second was at 7UO oclock this morning In the mlne of the R MorgaW Coal Gompnnyjthreo miles weH of hereon the Illinois Central Only one miner was killed Warren Gibba At 730 this morning a crow of 75 miners In charge of Glbbsdescondwd to Che fourth entry They had start ed to thorn rooms to begin workGibbs iu itlie lead carrying n lamji Not far from Cite cage they came In oontacd with a pocket of gar M uUlns In an explosion Tho men all ran book to the cage rind escaped without serious injury except GdbbA who was knocked down by the force of tho explosloiiniMl It Is supposed rendered unnblo to re OIoredIInjuries are not considered M danger ous The mine Is now on fre To Raise the Maine New Yory Feb 21 Midway In its course the Diane memorial air vice of tlm United1 Spanish War Veterans hold Sunduy afternoon In Carrogte Hall turned Into a demon stration to influence Congress to rale tin battleship Maine By a rising vcco un audience which filled the hall adopted a resolution condonimdng the aiwctaclo nf the rusted hulk of uhe ship and tho rutting bonny of its vtainw aJjaml nod wWlfout pupulcber in alien wipers mid urg ing that OottgrCtS unmet legIshabau for tin Immediate removal of the wreck to our own shorts and the re cory of the remains of fclw unclaim ed victims for IivermjrO In the na tional cemetery at Arlington A copy of thin reiOlutfon win be sent to the President arid Vice Piasl amit the Scnccary of the Navy and the members of fchVSenata and House of ItepresentrKlvts Representatives William Sulzer of gatlaHousa for S3vcral years was till chelf speaker at tho meeting 0 SUNNYDALE- Feb 21A protracted meeting is going at Marvin Chapel The people are all about dons de livering tobacco In this neighborhood but they taro kicking about the lurtees Mr Jeff Aldrldgo and Mr E E Durblni have swapped farms anti will move right away Miss Mag Ferguson of tlite place Is visiting her aunt nt Bowling Groan Mrs Doshlo Gray and little ton Archie vieied Mrs Bennett of this place last Monday Miss Flocle Powers of Dundee visit ed Mitt Wlnnlo and Lizzie Powers of tbs pCate last Monday Mr Allen fo Concord ght hla tom broken by being throwtii tram a hone Cast week Messrs Noah and Columbus Ramon of Fcrdtivilb visited their sifter Ivy Wlmteitt of tits place lost week Mr Tllden Gray of Jingo viscid Arvin and Archie Gray lost Satur dayMr V R Ferguson went to Hari taro tent Mondby Deaths at Narrows Fob 22Mr Frank Berkeley died of pneumonia fovernt Ills rnesldenc- onoar St Johns Catholic Church Feb 19th and was buried at tho Aoion burying ground Sunday afternoon Mr lerkloy was an honest man He well lerlta a higher tribute than this Jr ithero was any way to pay it bu- ttome there is none That balauca of fonceo In human charnoJar that makes a man truly honest can seaflco lu t ly leave about him a want of wll tlx virtues that full Co tiiu lot of tho beat d men Mr Berkley was one of those rare characters who leave at deli no single enemy Just ibtrforw his dissolution and utter arranging some wcular affairs to his wish hu exclaimed with pious rc igt1i Ion Father Father tale nit home und those who know him beltwill dare to hope his prayer was hoard Mr Berkley was fiftyyears old ut the time of his death und leaves a wife and two sons Mrs Columbus Allen died Fob 20th ee the residence of Mr W B Mid klff of pneumonia fever und was burled rJLi following day in the Moun Vernon Cemetery Mrs Allen teas u pious and good woman and tlw riurth 1sla richer heritage to thciv iiie left behind for having lived In It She was about slxtyyenrsold and leaves two sons and three daugh ters all ainrrkd MayIher tnul rest In peace J II T Equity Speaking M F Sharp S Uc Organizer of the A S of E will speak at the following places Narrow Friday Fell 2iVli nt 7 p m Fordriville Satiiutliiy Fob 2Cth at 7 p m Fordsvllle Sarunlny Feb 26th at 1 t m Everybody In tits e communities should cone und liolp mrike th We meetings real rvtvaln for th paten t of the pecple Sr THOSE WERE THE GOOD OLD DAYS i When Pork Chops Were Five cents- a Pound and Venison Could be Had for the Killing Tile jtinnuucoment that hogs are hfslKT hi price than filu y have beta kiwwn for forty years Is qulvaiont to sayJng that nt vcr bsfuiv buss unce before Jvavo they wachtll such iphe nunilnul figures and that was Mcir the close of vim civil wal In tints bllum days luigs were kr numerous fur this section of till country tfrat many of them wen pmiultfcd t i run at largo In tht foreies mid wriio only slaughteimiti as hey wars needed So oxtciiJsv were time for isti that pigs could bo maikfd and turned out and they were abb to find an abundnncu of mast upon which to subsst during it In cur Ire y tw In winter they would find Jwil ter beneath the rockhouas 1ilch wro numerous and their owners tetJccly took oily no ice fir tlom itirll they wished ro slaughter chvin when they were hunted and killed Of course there were iro twenty twp cant park cliojw In thse days tho finnt cuts having been sold IS law as four and five cents u pound During those days dong tills scetioa of tho country there was Ill con siderable of wild meat tfob o fwind consisting of deer bair wild turkeys and other fowls and animals mud von lam and bear meat were often Alton almost exclusively Theta are occasionally u f w of the older people living whii am re member tliose good old days and dont you know that thieve ds some thing within tiiem still which causes them rto wish thM time might turn backward and carry uteri a few dn cadet of yearn fioward tire memory of their lives County Judge Inventor HopklnsvJlle Ky Feb 24Judge Charles O prowso who recently ap plied to the praaHlcint wf tire Louis ville Commercial Club and to other persons and organizations ntll td- In aviation in the cffont to iwier est them in 4ho monoplane whlcW he has InvonteJd has sot with such on courag men and belleveH that ho will havo no trouble In seating his una cWne on the market and secuWng the attention and support of influon tinl pWple Ha Is just ns poahjlvw that fie1 has solved eevwal of the perplexing quos lon9 of aerial navi gation ltd that h hits mrado im provementis In air craft Wat will bo eyoopaners even to the WnlglM brothers Curdss arti other av nay gators who have damonettatcd th3 worthof their achinos Judge prowsa now has a model of his micohlnio about completed and ho to give a domanfctratian of the working of this withla tho next Saw days J MAKING PLANS FOR EXTENSION Of Nashville and Adairville Road Intention is to Some Day Reach Owensboro Through Ohio County The Nashville Banner says Plans arm being developed l y the Nosh villa and Adalrvllle railroad which was recsntly incorporated wfth head offices in Nashville for the exten sion of the companys proposed lines through Kentucky to Oweimbaro and a connection with Uio Illinois Central Such an extoitalnn wits orig inally anntninced to be the pLuv of the promoters fo this Nrfcrpriae Secretary of Stwtiu Hallum W loadh- oe today grantutl nu mtnded charter to the XashVHlfl anti Adalr vllle railroad investing shift car ix rotlon wlih ix wnr its oxt nd k- line from its terminus to tlu Toi oaa eKentucky stare Hue soutli cast of AdalrvllU Ky to AdalrvllU Uiance tb or nxu M rgintowii Butler county tliencn to or nittir Bcuvor Dam on the illnn Central rail raid thence to or near HnrWonl Ohio county Nonce throuah Ia viiBs county to Owenuboro on ihe Ohio river Conner Ford Honored Friends la albs city of Mr Conner Ford who is attending the Wtatorn Kentucky Normal Schcol nt Bowling Green have received word that he has been honored by his follow students by being olcctod Pivfrideias of his class ind has also been sel K5t ed as on of the flvo mumbuiis1 from the school to outer thin preliminary oratorical Contt t which will Ixs held at Bowling Given on Alirll 4h an this dsito ciinddateK from tho plat liniinnry cnniwst will be tHected to represent the Noral School ln the Oratorical Contva Iwtwtvn Kentucky Illnolg Indianu md Ohio Thij date for tin flnsil cdiKibt has nr been fixed Mr Fords many friends More will bo 1IIOOdo iwtru Iw hi getting along so jtfcily amt trust Jut ho nuiy bii MSM of the number Vo rep resent Kea tteky in tine FirurSiit contest PALO Feb 21Ourseasl closed tart Fl day with Mr Ernest Dints IM te chci A large crowd iris iirvsant and n nlco treat nf otintly and oranges was glvxn The program wu as follows dude by tit Palo band after evony performance Society Boyby Jesulc Roach and Anbin Willis Willies Pnijer Ernest Tucker Pumkiii CaneT Geneva Tuvddell- Dlxlo Anln VUllig If You PleasoDetoi lUlls Parr Homo Nan Ant laden A Lucturo of Columbus Aliis Col burn Tho Georgians PrnyoOra Maden You Must HuaUo For Tlrat Hal Delta Vi11- 1sDialogueAlvy Willis und WHlam Duke Lady Hildogard Altha Daffron- Parllmcntaiy Law BerUia Who 001 Annlt Dodon lIarvy Berry Arohle Doolsy Arvln Willis und Allis pop burn Deacon HopklnVs Prayer Annie Dod sonCurfew Shall Not Ring Tonight Cynthia Whoberiy The Satlsflttl Son Claukl White Loving Words Bortha Whobory Grandma Little Girl Ethti Hinus- Grandiyati Glasies Annie Maud Dunbin Willies 1XBJiy on Boyo Ethel limes DoIHo and GKitty Bsro Dod= on What Llttlu Boys Would Like to- beLater White Dug WlmitittAr I vItb Willis Curtly Winobory Arvll Russell Singleton Toms and AUra OalburaiWriUng a Book Fan rate BonrjEva Hlnes and Delta Willis Lwati Opportunity Altlia Daffron Rhea Daf frou and AnmJe Dodson Bravo Little MOTJ Kittle Dodson Ethel Hines anti Mtrbdl Daffron How Battle and G SUugbtcned the Bovr Myrtle Tucker Tim Negro Veddlng Everett Jordan Delta Villls and Orlan Park Farewell Song by seven girlsAn nie Dodson Petit Berry Ole Madtn Annie DOliron Fannie emy and Bet tin Wh01J6ly LiHla MUs Ilurvn Berry iincitiiit l her kaoher with a five dollar Stet son lust Also Miss Eva Hines Pan nie Bony Ora MaiUaj Delta AVHU Pearl Berry lorry Bertha Who bery and Amble Dodson presented hint with a lire tie Mr Duko has taught us a gOO school and w hope to have him with us again this fall Senior Class Organized- The graduating clu fl of tile Hlgli school met and organized Tu day aftenioon Green and gold were w loctiM iw the class colors and the Daisy a8 the flowers The niombetH of the senior class thl yenr are MlsKes Hattie Glenn Alice Known Nellie Smith and Horde Taylor Messrs iwi Colmuan and Mcllenry Holbrook r Famous Feudist Dead Calab Jones aged about 74 years fonner Kentucky ftudii with a rec ord of 33 murdeis having reit itc l ly fought John Wrtght unotlivr fmil tet anil lieutenants and on Olin occasion killing throe who were lay lug lit ambush near his home wac found dead in bed from lianr failure at home near Big Srone Gap Vo where he had lived quietly for atvcral yours r1KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY HAS NEW PRESIDENT Judge Barker Will Retire From the Appelate Bench and Take up Duties at Lexington Monday far Urn fire tine flue friends of Judge Hsnry R Barker of this Court of Appnnbi wor told definitely of the prosy of the State College at lXinston Judge Barker Jiaa decided ito accept the offer null will after his nv cI1BI15tit from till ApH llntc Ilench ake up the diAit if the praeldoncy and move to LnxlugTPtu It Is cinhidid now hat there will Apjiollnte Judge lute added such to his ivpu ftt4on KB a luvy r and no man In Kentucky tnud higher aL Ut bench or bar Ills LouunvHle frbnds will rAgre thnit his nccnptttcu ft the otter will tik i Ulin oo iJislnycon- Iu Je co needed unv thntt llCIr wilt Iw no 0111I1 Lon to Jude SliackfJfoixr Miller for zho neni ei atlc aiomilra tlon and III the Republican party no opposition to Mr Jnhn B Biiiklu The race for Appellalw Judge will be run out between 1ioi two wellknicwi lawyIs next fall- Church Announcement Regular scrvlcos at tho Hmtfotxl BaptLst Cinirch will be held next Sun day as follows SIUIlaOEclJ ol at 945 Iruaohlng at 11 a m and 715 P m by the Piuvor Subject of uhv morning theme ChrhiMan Sacrifice Evening thome Fools All members nn urged to be ipnus ont an there jrvloes Everyone Is welcome a S Scalded to Death The little sixyearold girl of Mr and Mrs Henry Hoover who live at Midland Ky about 7 miles from Central City was scalded to death last Thursday morning Tho little one in a playful way was ironing some doll clothes when she stumbled backward into a kettle of lolling water that had just been removed from tho stove After three days terrible suffering1 sho died The parents brought tho remains to Hartford Sunday and funeral ser vices were held at tho residence of Mrs Hoovers parents Mr and Mrs C F Schapmire Tho services were conducted by Rev J W Brunei1 of tho Baptist church after which the interment took place at Mt Hermon cemetery near Beda Sunday after noonTho parents have tho sympathy of their many friends hero in their Bad misfortune Mr nnd Mrs Hoover wish to return thanks to their friends for the kidnesses and favors shown thorn in their hours of grief and trouble n QUICK WORK DONE CONGRESS HAS MADE UNUSUAL PROGRESS WITH APPROPRIATION BILLS rAFTS MEASURES UP SOON Immense Increase In the Country Wealth In YearSuccess of Tariff Law Presages Republican Victory In Fall WashlngtonNot In years has can press made the lJrogress which has been made at the present session AI ready nearly halt the appropriation bills have been passed or are on the way to passage while the rest are nearly ready to report The bills afar passed have shown that the Republicans will keep the pledge or the president and leaders that the strict est economy possible will bo followed out With the appropriation bills so well advanced early consideration will be given the recommendations of the president and several It not all of them will bo enacted Into law Tho house has already passed bills to ad nit New Mexico and Arizona as states and to establish a bureau or mines and mining The postal savings bin Is now before the senate and several other bills are ready to be reportedBesides the legislation so far cbni plated an unusual amount or invest gatlon already has begun and much more Is to follow The socalled Bail lager Investigation Is well under way and committees of both senate and house will soon begin a thorough ex- amlnatlon of the cost of living The prosecution of certain trusts Is going on continually and both the admlnls- tratlon and congress are unusually busy with the work that la thrust Upon them Taft Growing In Strength President Taft goes about his duties smilingly good naturedly calmly and jUdiciously and has already become a must popular executive lie has the esteem nna confidence or both parties and all factions and Is dally growing in strength as n president who knows how to get things done Ills first year ns president Is nearly gone and looking back one can lice nn Immense amount of work has already been accomplished during his administration It Is conservatively estimated that the 4th or March 1910 will see tho country fully 10000000000 riches than on the 9th of March 1909 Farm values have adtanced most substantl ally as havu city values and the worth of all securities Every one in the country Is or can be at work and the volume and value of production and consumption Is at the highest level In our history llelSldes the itnmenso Increase In clearings In building operations and the output of farms and factories Is the satisfactory Increase In revenue Amounting to some 40000000 slnco the enactment or the new tariff law as compared with the same months I year ago In fact our revenue hat been since the first of December about equal to our expenditures and it Is safe to predict that the dellclt for the year will be very small If not aIpcd out altogether No Foreign Tariff War There will he no tariff war with any foreign nation Tile maxi ilium and ailnlmum provlslonS of our new law will soon he In effect with all countries and sve shall get the minimum rates for bur exports In every case so that It Is hardly probable that out maximum rates will bit ingmsed In n- 4lngle Instance This proves again the wisdom of the framers ut the new law and shows as the president and others have declared that It Is the best tariff law we have ever had It woulll seem lhea that with this good showlllg the Republican majorl ties In the next housu of represelta the woulll be increased In spite of Democratic predictions that they will pt next November lint no one takes this Democratic predkltlun seriously It Is the business of that party to foresee disaster und calamity and to gain their victories In the spring while the Revulllfralls gain theirs In the full The Democrats gloated over the fact that the Sixth district of 5his- souri which Is always Democratic was carried by a Democrat In the re cent special election but they do not add that their candidate got some 2000 less vutes titan the usual Democratic vote or tho district While there have been factional diC- ferencell III the Republican party they have been laid usido for the present and there will ho n concerted effort to carry out the presidents policies and redeem all party pledges all well as secure harmony In the states for a general Republican Ictory next November The Republicans are getting together In Now York Ohio Indiana and other states and by midsummer when site actual campaign begins there will bo harmony and united effort 1n every state and congressional district Boutell on Tariff and Prices Representative lloutell of Illinois In a recent speech discussed the tariff and prices saying The Payne tariff act must justify itself or the Republican party must go out of power Applause fha satisfaction In the applauding of that sentiment by those who hope to suc coed us Is na near nil they will como to the enjoyment of the succeslon ljaughlor and applause because the Payne tariff net has justified itself ustftylllg Itself and will continue ao justify Itself When It hind been In operation about six weeks the presl dept of the United states said that It was the beet tariff act that had ever been enacted In this countq That statement met with criticism but most of the criticisms were pronto leas owing to the Ignorance of political preJudlcoeven descending to parI tlsan blgotryor the self Interest ofI those who differed with the presides Some of these critics claimed that the president was rash and was Indulg- Ing In prophecy all to the effect of the schedules but let me call your attention to the tact that President Tart had In mind much moro than the schedules of the Payne tariff act In the Payne tariff act there are 42 sections and only the first section deals with the schedules In the other sec tions are found legislation Improving the administration of the customs tbo maximum and minimum provision en- abllng us to deal on an equality with other nations an amplification of tho present drawback provision freer trade relations with the Philippines the provision for the Panama bonds i Improvement In many or the Interns I revenue laws the creation of a customs court located hero In Washing I ton removed from the distracting influences of the port of entry and tho establishment of a commission or board of tariff experts All these matters were In the mint I of President Tart when he said that this was the best tariff law that had I ever been enacted And whoever voted against the Payne tariff law not only voted against the general reductions In the schedules of the Ding ley law but voted against all of these acts of progressive legislation Tariff Wrongly Blamed President Taft In his expression I concerning the Payne tariff has shown j that same breadth or vision that same lofty statesmanship that healthy common sense and sagacity which augur so well for the success of this ad I ministration and foretell the alum pliant reelection or President Taft In 1912 Applause on the Republlcat side I Wo shall have to meet the charge that the Payne tariff has raised prices This charge as I stated hat causesIgnornnceI Let me give you three illustrations or selflnterest A few weeks ago some lumber dealers mot In a western city and said they regretfully must raise the price of common boards on- account of the Payne tariff Think of- it Mr Chairman and gentlemen They must raise the price from 60 01Ithe tariff on common boards 76 cents a thousand and these men moot In convention and attempt to deceive and bunco and hoodwink tho people and tell them that on account of the Payne tariff they have got to raise the price of common boards 1 a thousand When any man puts that I tip to you ask hIm this conundrum it the lumber dealers have to raise tho price n dollar n thousand whoa we reduce the duties 76 cents a thou sand how much will they have to- raise the price when wo put lumber on the free list Applause and j laughter on the Republican side Tricks of the Enemy Mr Chairman It was the tame way In reference to hides We were told that the price of hides would come down If we would put hides on the free list and that then the price or shoes would be reduced I have here Duns Review or last week giving the wholesale prices In Now York or all staple commodities and all kinds or shoes have gone up lu the wholesale marketnot ono reduction quoted In Duns Ono or the ablest writers In 8ubIsaid that the Payne tariff law was the best and most scientifically adjusted tariff law that hind ever been I passeil Then he calls attention to the fact lint the woolen dealers had got tor gather and said they must raise the price or wool on account of the Payne tariff Ue then goes on to say that Is a trick that was attempted under the I McKinley law In the samo way There is not In the Payne act one change tirade In the wool or woolen schedule except two minor ones and both of those were reductions I give theseI three illustrations of how men who had pecuniary seUlntorests at stake are going to attempt to discredit the Payne tariff law and I say to you gentlemenand I am very sure that I- ant facing teen on the other side of the house who will agree with me that that sort or criticism that at tempt to discredit n statute law of our common country for base selfish per- cuninry gain Is little short or moral treason Applause on the Republican side Real Enemy of Bad Trusts The people get many wrong Ideas from the newspapers They are made to think by the Democratic newspa pars that the tariff makes the trusts and that because tM Republican pres tdent and the majority or Republicans favor the tariff that must mean that they also favor trusts and corporations The truth Is the Republicani party Is the only party that ever pros ecuted a trust or corporation and every Republican believes In punish big every trust and corporation that does wronglliawatha Kao World EpIgrammatic Truth The cost or high living says James J lilli Is playing the deuce with this country not the high cost of living There Is as much truth as epigram In the statomentNow York Journal or Commerce and Com merdal Bulletin er r TAKEN FROM CIVIL WAR NOTE BOOK OF Je M LEACH Continued from last Week ridhamJuly tlyse1t S J J A Dye T J Franklin J Vr Adams D Slgman F M Cbaudw nand n F Clmudwin wets transferred t- Captain McRineya company Our army suffered vcvy much with selmass at tills camp About the middle of July our regiment wan cent tb Zum Town the rcmalnXler of the division camped at SaJtlllow- Wo were out on potL duty nhls Is not much ot a town though IthO1o Dint lire hero are nice people Ware enJoying ourselves very well hav company and tiatallion drill easjh once a day On Sundays we have moot lag the ladles como to thorn I1ho soldiers have a great deal of quid and keep their clothes clean 011100 make a good IIIlCArance Vhild at this place our 1aiallfon was orgaut- sel Into a regiment Lteuitemtnt Colon l Edwin Colono1 Fedgpett Lleu tenant Colonel Vaugbn Major nUl numbered the Sixth Missouri Infau try Third Brigade first division army of the west Green command- Ing the llllpde division Price Ithe Corps On the 10th or Sepobar wo tIt od Ito luka and utter four days dmnl marching WC reached that placebu the Federals had led before wo got there ieavlug a large supply 01- commI ary star On fhb 19thJh- Federats made their updaranco to very large force about 3 oclock In the evening attacked our left flank Wberc the tttvu dlvlslon were tho fight lasted uutt after dark our lass for the number eugagal was large about 360 killed and wounded On each side ithat night we laid In line of batle about daylight we begun to retreat The enemy though tbey had us surrbundexl but cold gill found a hole Ito get out and oofOlC they knew it he was out of then teach In tltnrr days wo were llJck at folding completcly broken down Wo Rayed nt this place nearly oat week before we matched for Carvent After the sick hrid been sent off OU1 army was small when we sit march It was very warm and dry Wt took the route by Ripley over ana hundrcI miles Price and VamlollI- formed a Junction ut Ripley whenlthe whole army moved as rant as It- I could towards Carvent On the morn tag of Oct 3 we wete ten mLle hum Carveh lllng had nothing to d1t trite night before This morning we cooked a hasty breakfaSt and started on quick time for we had gone fat beforo wo heard the cannon In our advanee By 12 oclock wo were In- lineI of battle two mllei of Qlrvtfnt hey olr ned lire on us Our shmlJ1 shooters were sent out who door drove them hack We were chen ad varccod in line for one and onethrill miles Our suffering for War lint hioat was almost bayou d endurance About I oclock we discovered einei- tbreast works We were ordered to- l1 down when they opened a most wrlCflc duel For ono hour the rolls came tearing over our hoaclsand door trig up the ground In every Illrectlon This ended we welo orller tl forwnrt our way being In nn old field with some tour feucos to cross The enemy was In full vlew and as soon ns- wo gt In shooting dtttanca a most deadly flllO was trponed rat us s filch mowed us down lilts grass hut for ward was the word rthougn now hall our number wore kllld Qr wounded we marched on until Ol1 with In a few pass ol their lie a which gave away at first but strop came again and compxdled us to foil back a little When Fltvhera brigade cane to our relefwhich soon oonhlcd us I to drive them before uatn contaaon- Ieasin the ground stnwed with tb- dated and wounded So closed tlic tight of the 3rd of October Our regiment had suffered very tovdre no less than 214 killed and wounded out of a little over 300 We went Into the fight wltl1 Captain Mc Ktnsoy lie was among tho dead kind LAeutenant Pa Wit mortally nsrounded- I was wounded In tho right arm The next morning she fight opened before day PrIces army advanced Into rthclr breastworks but had to five back with heavy loss and give up taking itho place laaving the dead end woundwi on the field In the sands of tho enemy I could probably havo walked off but tliuse that could nut wished me to eay witb- hom so I std but Ir Ipm not hurt Worse than I was 1911111 thy will no got me again It 4s very din tossing to see eo much suffering 119 thoro was at this place Men mangled In all manner and in all pl1oc the poor fellows who luud left- t kind mother or wife at homo die Lug with m Ono to close Iiis ayes ob it was horrible ito 001lo1dtho- surferlng or war Our company had four ldhlod and 27 wounded four mOr- tally wounded Sergeant Erwin and T T Yoomlln sled before wo left the hospital The weather loin I quite warmtho tllea were very bad on our Wounds On the 9th of Octo- berwe moved to Iuka with all of the w4uunded and Earl and W bL L11 womb nveTc hero having been deft behind nt the hOSpital when we defll luka The first tUne that wo oaw u1 was the next morning after w got at this hosp12a1 lIe cLme into our room with some shirts lie ha ebowIwas l1C my tears The ladles or this plaiCe and surrounding country Will cor live in memory of the roldlt1S of- PlICl3S army Lieitenant Parish died on the 12th of Oobber Situ 1kcig and I went Ito the country to live November the 13th 1862 Wu got In- slJhJt of Vicksburg about 10 oclock and after various signals the tteI3m butt Paul Jones came In slgbJt around the bond with tiro Confederate t131g proudly floating In the breezy Thor was not nnrtJllng vtrango in this It thrilled my soul to think Jhat now I was soon to be under lhe nag taint I loved but the exchnugo could ncit be made that evening but soon the next mornIng We Paul JonOS came back again and IS the roll WIII called we werttsr matched on our boat and landed ot Vicksburg afteda night ere wo quartered CJta Pt for a little while and In a fow hours the good dtlzers t1 nst us- lm3 cornbread beef and sweet pc- tatccs I became disgusted to see nor greedy sane men rore Just think or 1000 hungry men crowding around one door and every Turin liolowlni at the top of his voice give rat So1me bread or what he waited The next morning tJhO 16th at 3 oolock- W3 took cars for Jackson at this place 1Vo went Into camp until we were oxchangcd Jackson Is not very large place but has been a- Irl1CO or trade The stnte capita building is sltUalJd on a little mound but bog an ancient nplxnrance Then are also a number of churches n fine city hall cotton muml1actorles and oundf while we were here idle missionary corferenoo held Its tcs don at this plaai Bishop Blerce lire sIding whIch gave us a chance to lieu a number of good sermonS I was also If1Ierortled irv two Chlne3G boys tJhat the missionary hlJd brought to this country They were the color of II l1uIClndian vIch straight black hair a flat nee and thick lips Dec 8 1862Having been xchang- cd we took cart for Gronadv prices army baring fallen back to tlU1t place Wo reached our command the morning of the 10th fifteen mlleu wetl or Grenada on the Yellow Buidty The bays are aU well and fat no number that had been Sent off to the 1100pl- I tal having gottln well and Joined I their command again WI have Plen ty to eat sweat potaoLu In rubun dance We remained here until about the lit vf February when wo were moved eho Jackson Itrnb as com mon our rgiineut was detailed as city police and gUlll1 We were all uniformed In gray sultswhlch made us make quite n differ rt nppear ance Captain Cooper now majgt estate up wl11lo wo wore horn having lest an want nt OarveNL February 13 1862Thls mornIng we bet Jackson on the carts for the BIg mack Brigade anti arrived titer after night and lay In an old field until morning I noticed on ourarrival that the hooch trees were In blorjm The pinto assigned us on rthIe east- side or dim rtvor oouth of the roll road Feb 20 Ileulentnlt N D Old Tram died of pneumonia and wtui harried at Edwards station Tllls left two varele9 of Lieutenant In our cotnpauy The mUlL ns wen as tiro qt leers Of the company were very anxious hat I rllOu1d get the up polntment or Second Lieutenant but I had been iiWoiet1 once thy ltho commissioners so the Colonel dd not feel free to appoint me not that hn thought tha4 I vas not qualified so Capt Oldham says About the 25th we moved on the west aide of the rIver on Clear Creek Our ruglntent being by itself we had to Stunill pretty quiet for the nest W S Lipscomb and T A GUI verb chosen for our Lieutenants I lost a wntdh there that cost me 4000- Continued Next Week Children Cry FLETCHERSCASTOR IA Womans Devotion Jal1lClS H parrish the Owonsboro- fmnzled financier has commenced his five year smvtonee in tR1JG Eddyvillo- penitentdary The world Y1l1 soon for got him the worlds kind enough to iismitas from its memory Uui mtisior Thewould + j tM cold black walls of the prISon with the trope that ha wW right Mm- soli w1tlh God wrhiBe his hntr grows gray and his body lands beneath rhE stigma and hatdroll of ponltoDlry life Tho pros dlsopatChrt say that Mrs PuTish will reside in Eddyvilletrhai she maybe clOSe to her convict hits hand Her devotion to him hi beautiful For him the has given up ev ery oarthly thing that a proud raomian can poss3thoroclcy of friends Ute swooi of hometho privilegesoi freedom She hna burled her elt b3 neath too evYea of tOO State Prison and all for the lovo of tntun Hope Is sand In her breast nn ouery btu lUul Inspiration of ttbo OmanhOO Is shattered her nttle world is burled beneath Its broken idols The law to not unJl1S thc r1minal must be weighed In Rhn balanct of jU9 Uceand he must be made tin fool the plnlons of the law The onforooen of the Jaw Is ornemtial Ito the 110np- etuty of the O1ernmcntbut would to God there were some frown ro rto nOvo far from the innocent the punga that the mandates ot the QW mtwt neoos early Produce Mrs parrlEIh is In- trocent of the crime smmltted by her husband yet site suffers IS deeply Parrlshe cru1l1le Is atoned for by his devoted wltei1cr heart bteeds a9 sare ly as his and Duepatr Misery Mil Mockery arc rlotng tin her breast Din anierhlko a block shadow out or hest hovers low upon either bank of the stream of her Ufo and nero o the threshold of her pour seulhidcatw demons tmviceue like the obey cal rions of eternal night And all of this misery4hts desttiUcrtlon of home this bar to society rblgburnlng torture tlnd living hell Is caused by Rile dts honesty of the mean who promlmdat- the sacred marriage altar ro honor and protect herLaRue Country lien aid Strk a Rich MIne- S W Bends of Coal City Ala says ho struck n perfect mine of health In Dr Kings Now Lifo Pills torthey cured hint of Liver and Kidney after 12 years of suffering They arc the best pills on earth for ConSl- patlan Malaria Hoadaohe Dyspepsia Doblllt 25c at all druggists In Memory Mary E Aplnborn SdptOmbar1860 was called from her earthly homo by death January 1Stlh 1910 Site left II faJhnr mother sisters linobers- a liutihand and three lbtle children whose earthly life tiros made darker I butavlutle the shadows are drawn over this home It makes tllo bone be yond brighter for She lived a cltris- tiaw and went tu a cbrttl lan l1em1 Her tuneml ssrmton was preached at Walnut Creek where her body was buredte await tIle itserroctlon Site left behind neT a dark home blighted ptnopecn and broken hears but a mothere InviItfcn to a lime Ill Heaven II D BROWN TOFI6HTI THE TRUSTSrfi A s ofE Will Open Ex- tchange at Bowling Green Will Bring Producer and The Cu- sumer in Close Touch as At Other Places The Equity Exchange about to bo 11 established In this city Is a bmwtdt 1 of the National Equity Exchange soar duntod under the ausplOOi of the IAD- orlC8n SctfrttY of Equity by an Ag tmeat enPered Into between tho 1duty of Equity and tho Amerfaa Federation ot Labor The object Idnc to brIng abOut W nmalgnmaIJonl of the Interests of the tames r the laborer and the tall merchant l11 exchange hero will have a cold GIage Plant whore eggS button poul try and other farm prroduos arc twrea care of tlttJt for the local natal nitchant who can purchAse for hIM trade at any time then to be Sbtp pod to oxchapges in the ctles w1i 9 they are again IfSr1buted thrwgk the local retail morrdmnte sawbtg Yhv commIssion mens profits Phis ox chango will also receive the products of other exchanges whIch we donor raise here and distribute hbnt- hrough dhe local merchant A chttek en picking plant feather ronova tor a tobacco factory and a canning factory will be wtublitfied in UUt- neot1eta with the exchangeDowner Oren News Qlck climatic changcS try strODo constitutions and causeILI11Ollg od2tet evils nasal Jtanh a tNatbkasome Mil ottelt3ho dIseaSe Snrezlng and mruf- fiag coughing and difficult breathing and the drip drip of the foul die charge Into tiro thr01Jlnl1 are ond od by Elys Create Dilm rhfls hbn- osl remedy coo lna no cocaine mercury nor other harmful inguedkett The worst cases yIeld w treatment In a short time All druggists We or stalled by Ely Dros 66 Waanaa Street New York Lifo on Panama Canal has had one frightful drob3ckm- rln troublothat has brought suffer- Ing and death to thousands The germs cause chills fever nod ague bllllou3ness jaundice llmltude wink ness and general debility But Eke P trio Bitters never On to destroy them and cure malaria troubles Three bottles completely cured me of a wry1S- CCTO Mmct of malaria writes Wm A Fretwell of Lucua N C nod Ivo had good health ever sinoo Cure Stomach Liver and Kidney Troubles and prevent Typhoid jOe Guaranteed by all druggists Stops NeuralgiaPains I I Witbypain Sloans Liniment a soothing externalapplication stops neuralgia pains at once quiets the nerves relieves that feeling of numbness which is often a warning of paralysis and by its tonic effect on the nervous and muscular tissues gives permanent as well as immedi ate relief One Application Relieved the Pain Mr J C LEE of moo Ninth St S E Washington D C writes I linimentwith It sinceS1OflS Liniment StiffJQints1 100SloanIDS EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASS I tit Pe ra sr F i t NECESSITY FOR I h BETTER LAWS To Protect Miners From i Awful Loss of Life A Miner Writes About the Brow der Disaster and Points out Weak Places 4Iw most all Issues of the pap eC thb country I find many qUOI03- Jrom the outer world which know nothing of coal mining or the longs wlJete Is in mining and blasting of The family that eats plenty o- fQuaker I Oats is a healthy rugged familyIThe most popular food in the world be cause it does most andcosts least Regular lOc packages and hermetically scaled tins for hot climate 4- ccxtl mining Poor ventil lon mud gob dcctyed Umbers poor tirntic h Cook Mack per diem 2700 Canrol1 U S Dywtmlo etc 390- CalkIIran P S Ylewer Georgo- Campflcld rood 200 Cooper CO team to Alml e 400 Ohamocdln B S us3 and benltllt Bank or Iiartford for work on IcCO 12960- Chl1lnocrlLn H Steam on road 6O0 I Coppage J 1V same 4GO Caldwell J A same 1650 Chinn E F same 200 Clements Bud mme 1GO Coop r lroac same L00 Carter R B fnmc 4GO CMdon Elbert came 300 ChiIJJD Elvis same 750 Cox O L same lfiO Cravens C L saule 760 Cox J 1V name 1200 Crowe C A same 300 Carson J S tame 46 Cooper H J samo 626 Combs Guy same 750 Coleman Wm mme 300 Johnson J A team on road 1800 Johnston J D rnmo 300 James J S tarno 4GO Ky Idght Power Co moving setiter 4365 Ky Light Power Co wntcr and lights 2072 Knott A 14 shnrpcning wla per C 650- Klrtley W 3L team on roast 2250- Koown 1V T sumo 760 Kirk O II erlnto 400 lUng D P same 160 Kirk P same 150 Kirk R P same 150 King Rufus Tama 900 Keown S J n sanio 1050- Koown J E samo 900 Leach S W tsoming banks 3122 Lowe J T team on road 460 Leisure n S sumo 4ro Lain A C taamo 160 Lyon 1V 14 + lme 460- Lolsure W 14 same 300- Loyd A T same IGO The Kind You lIavo Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borno the slgnaturo of and has been made under Ills personal 9 supervision slnco Its infancy S Allow no ono tolccclo you ill tliLt All Counterfeits Imitations nml Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the JICldth of Infants and ChildrenExpcrIcnco against ExperLncnt What is CASTRIACast- orIa Is n Larniless substitute for Castor on Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itu af ri u n 11Tt 41 11T Haitfo 1 Republican teied according to las at the Hartford Icy ae mall matter 01 the eeco else c MBARNETT EDITOR rE1 paoTESgum b1ncS40ouCh 31vr2FRIDAY FEBRUARY 25 ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announ Hon Ben Johnson a canllldate for roelecttn to the office of Rcprcsen- tatlve In Congress from the Fourt Kentucky District subject to the Democratic primary election to be held March 12 1910 Cant tJOme onO kill the ground titg botwten now uUII next Februitry 2etd- If the Rlppor Dill falls to pass t- 1hankfort tllero will bo weepin Wailing and ennsliing of teeth Joutsvllle u We presume UU AntTrust Leftg x 111 go out of business In lQlltucky now that Colonel Tack Wnn had turned hin batderirs Louse on I4 Our Democratic frende are wry much afraid that leglshrtton pa by the Kentucky Legislature Will fa into tho handy of Governor Vlllao- wNtbin less tJlan ten days More 11- 11journment Ir they 1110 slnlply le- FtnUng g k1 the bl8t InlIIt of the IItalre why should they ho trouble vvYJi Any such fears The Farmers latsrltuto whch eon wn1 at Frankfort Vedfr4dq had n splendid ptaglant anti is duing th- 1est J work of toy hw Itirwhch ten s vr been helll lit the state This ii due to the tIrelc efforts of tort miselonrr Rankht III behalf of the JallllHol of Kentucky Jluhs wfh out doubt made the bm Coutmissiou- et of Agriculture which the stn x has over tend It Is anilQulltJetl bythe dbhly IIJ that after this week all 11glsbIU01i In the Kentucky leglrturn will t In the hands of the conUlllttlx un- Rul3 ItF the two Routes Ii1s all nouncerPnt Is made w1thQUtt an- sexing blush of shame by tiro Demo cede pro s alongside of IUloJlc lbIH 3 of Speaker Call lion and the Republican orgaulzatAon In the lowe- IJouty of Congrcj for vtrppressin g the mlurr7y party Iu that laxly con rlatency thou art 6111 ely a Jewel Judge E C ORear weJUIf to be th- imart papuhtr candidate for the IIpl- IUbllcun nomination fOI governor ft I this partt uf Kentucky It Is all right for the Staie ItGIs lzhtre to gaut peublors to tuft Confederate soldiers and tales the salada- of s the Circuit Judges 1200 ike year anal It Will uo duubt create ol ril- Jvavier irdebtedluf bin will our Dentocratlc frlouda chargo this ul- IC u Rt1II11I1c1I Sl1b 1tdflhiflhiJtItiul- as they hate the other JIIJ1 mOIlS in- debte0uess Ciuted by the last Itgls- lattue o turwlcr tliii w Ik till anti- c1 ftoin tit Ilrnp Couny f lIIJlcI caUhoIIftlli 11 ti the dtotloll and ftrrtkude of the wlfef toiler H larlllh ho 1111111 wlfrlI cuu- vlet All Hllh to tldd or II Par- isle Is btnenutbly true utfl ahi i to hI pltlt1l lit well all strumtl foe j1 tpHlflltt dlttctI to hr If leer Inlabard Ih+ ss + vei calliuI tills Is true WI ollnt fI3fjt c11r of not one hut IIIID1lrcdK of wltlllJIWHby tiro fdlure of tJl Itllllk hfllI bT about by the wlteklllhl tend matesp- hinglug uf lir ImIh 11111111111111 of drroteel wives w111 toll UII doing- wltltoitt tip mart Iommlln IILCif1I tits at Ilfe III their rdfort5 G1 aus- tin IIUblt Ids who tutrst 1tIICW Rtes battle many uf Ulletn nt the age when Ihey teed stiltiebed they wtrttld h- knabled t ctijoy c nlparagut sire and comfort upim rho c lrntugr of au- 111dti rllll1 1111 frugal uWly life- 17tee I wnllWII have our sync atliy tlso aJ heJli1 they nlny urn be coiled tu lice foodigllts uud their nanwt Iltarldll to the world they Axis t11 the amu in many rann1Ies in the Green River valley It 1arilf Does Regulate Prices Trine anti Prottctive Tariff agltlJtOlS who JWIi thought io mttko capal aver the Jllgu prlcKst use wcrlly hitJby apearauce of un orrlchl documont 1zurod by flu Bureau rf Si tti5tica- ahoedng that half of the imporis of JlIerchaud ulster the yrrezertt Tar Me come In free duty They will tpun- rzamination I of the fChIUItH furl t1It EOIn of the very unUclea uf rom jneree whose prices IIIe quoted are of included In those rtmtxlutable lilt Arras either directly or through the JLW anatm ial or coupe this will snake no dUftJronooJn t11to wrgunollht Qf too Ta4tf leCcmucrsj they Ill keep talking right along tho9llme old stony notlwtl1rnndlng It 11 lihowl1 that manipulators of pM- ca put the prices up or down regnrdl s- ofwwHIr the articles pay nn im- POrt duty ter adntlttrd teDov N II Democrat It Cannot Be the Tariff Of courrae the Illoorats will try to make kho pe0plO bdlco that big prices are rnblrely due to this Thr- Iff and the owuPtl and that the trusts air fo6I00 by ilea 7ltriff If there is true how at we ro re yeacgO when the Tariff tits It has ever bet+n the cost of tai 10hw est It had lien In nearly half It century And III Freehods Gt- IsDrlUnn tmly the oont of ivlt g- rolatlvely higher thin in And RJ the sorts unto EnglandN 11- 1dllstol1 aire on the Wane lUll b looks On powerless wILlie German y- t Is nbsoubing her commaJo and h thegIr land of taxation And win tnfgkt ar your tIttfmUoli to a dnzuJl gie- trouts wlldh tJCIIl to flourish ht Er uegland just ns hires do hi Amrrtc And yet lxaaun or that cuudato over there n Large pave of bhyt Island kingdom ctrl clamoring tar II Tariff way nlolg the EuglMl shotLS No it can nUl K tIle Tarlf- ll L In fact our unit citizen plxiloout- n Taft declared in h1d mws tugc hut Ith- c11fttCtIlI Tariff hUH nutMng o do wIth the ydtenvmenmt of JIgh price o WlIsbllllI Pa Agitator The tariff Has Nothing to do With the Matter The Imdoll couoadet pnblishns a lottr received from Now York whIch 1t1 that a tuurgatnul loaf of terra R lu New YOlk toys OI1 23 cant s Is compared with 12 nnts to The Economist Idmt that lon110nI prIce In Nw York t dent the Tariff but b tire trustS London SllI t large part of Its nvhrat ulld dour front New York anti the fact that lreud Js hold In London If tdla ntrythietsg Retsrrkcountry Ithan Eunrite Cumblnaotnllij dn riot rut e hoe any man Mhnn they Ib In Lou don or elrmheru In Fuutpe 11hl crease In prices a4 itus been drni- uro4ratted again and jlgtlll Is cldofl warby nett Tanlfr law o- tv r llch like hldea were placed IIn thoi free III1t- 11he elder vuterw will oct forget the e misrrpreuru fu Itur Arc IcnlfR11 Tariff paw aril the effLot It had on tk1I1tClolIl which fnllawPl- stn tarn after till pawr Igt of tlw law pits 1emecnrr 1 sblfd by lmu of tlr soclliro Inilllgolrr Rflpuhican are trrhv3 ttow to brhtg Mlont u rlmtl e4otionjlong fr theta to ttiecerd Congeesi wilt make a through IIIlIt lnrt + n 1dlemmsntals the otter fllltit of tires tstaltlutts coetornhvg the This Ycmconcerning the coltofbrenei In Loudon hind New York h a gone 1 illustratbn of the file rlxu till gar lit has nothing whatever rte do with tOt t ne+ ttrr WHITESVILLE Feb y1stir na Gertrude all hickey lIft Monday tvetning for cln cinamtl hI Chey will work through hu illlnfrr Pawn Alfeu Hrl11 lIdlllrr is vhltlng 1tllltlw s ut this place this week Joff H HlllIh tuft this mornlup ror I mr1Lh II Ilurl Hew ud Rulplt olio vlting Jtuby Pate went to OWenb ru nday- alt1 Enna ltay of New Panther ptltssrd tlttthrh town ysenls llI- InU tu OtIIHhulU where t lie twill visit hlll ann t Alrs Jennie luqua Alagnt 1I toll her parents A1r old A1rs T n Vella lea svenhIAir and Mrs Mercer CtClllttn t the IU111I ot tlieh dnuglttty Mrs W R Stewart lIellIIt1larh has moved Into Mr Ualrftt prulerty un ClmIJ tlirurt aril leItchffeld road Dr Eda pall his mother of Sugar Grove tI vlslt Monday Hosea Sllnwtt and fatly Adnbulg Were gueits of Ilxttnits lFckey for tow days late week The ltrfettt of hay Ann HfJlnmlng which Itnu ltcD dnngerouvly lit 101- WIIlethue is better J J Mldktrt b brufferllrg Noverei neuralgia The story VJttited L W BtIIttItote left on odgJtt hound girl Dr EdgO- ntteltlltlng phyreFfnu BerkeleyMrNew IIaJmus nrighhoJetoel dxd Satmtayo futamnoul Tlo ntenmcnt was In rho pxiQU cemetery Smithy after ntpn Hly wife is 1lOStrllttxlWltll grief lip leayTs many trlends and rclav llrlf Jl1unnh llotgxrc was his slater 04 PRODUCTS Toy BE EXPLOITED At The Knoxville Expos1 tier Next September Will be Devoted to the Interest of Industrial and Commercial StatesnAlrpctltclbutt lat Expwition to be held this i trobey SClltenlbe1 15th to Oct ber 8h of the preMlIt year b 9c9ng prepare heto the lntere43 of tiro lnduetrial an- eontmcactl d dtvelcpmlnt olli e th arAldultchlan moUnlalnlcglIln This Inc1ulUSJlO1tfons of Faa TcuorNr- II Western North Carolina d5uhww atVhrglnla rouUwostertl Kanivck- n north Gekrtn north Ahbtmrtt flld It pert tit South QaroUna No seC1o II of the entire Unlell Stntrt3 of cct pond nc uni has IIJ ta2t7 cAlNk of lateait rnhierul and trtmlxr weal I1blltdfsglen or bringing these 1 aou rees l1d their laresJbiltles mortl dtrocih to biro 1ltten lon nr the Ir ple tf th- Uuitd Stnu b semi more apelally t- vlore livng In the Appalachian tine Hon tlih3 expo I1on limB item de Frpgtrd It llts beau Irctttad in Knnx Villa becauo of the foot tl tit lihli city Is the gtograplilan1 sender elf tIle apn +lstchhen region Und is within easy rjrJt by rail Agent of fire exetsitfon nee I10W get tlttg In touoh with nil nonfat of h- Agrpahtcblan cuuutry with n vier I t of brhtglug here Pxhebli S CIt Uhr p ducts 4ndusarlcq elute and other 1 aDUdG4F of the various sttl11E 9111- conrprhenslve tIhtbttion 911m will re- t F uUl itt ton sway of oasosst VN of thl reglou that has never boon r tIUO InI Tho tact that the Appalachlaet lx- y loii4n Is to IN Ill annuul IIfCw t nAuJurc Intikns to the COullotryn r OJtt1 to ntakt it t hll1111nt ncll n mtlItclutl the t how of this seat will be but u UrrdtrauturrN hoary gtkt r exltlblts it future year lAt the hit+ d of the e X IjIJIMon ea r IIlliI Ill W J Oliver tllo most w 111 known man III u11 the Aputlathatr- Pg lon Mr Oliver 1s n ceoerh1ocd railroad builder and nianufacure find hon 111m clofttitor Ira twcwm- laments tJlIAUghout the world Its fir mall who route tire lower bid fc ittIw cqustncton of Ihe JllnIII 6lnlllI seed lead the wlrk heon b ib con eruct It would hVivn iron I IUIt 3d Ihint Mr Oliver is puhrlog Inru th- exr Ltlou gan1zlltloll 4lte same pd bye hl lI tnal success und hie can nectlop tsltlt Jt awurre a tlgut1- IIch1lfmeII ezmmurdstxtcke1I lcultUIllll1d nrneoronv I hUIlxhl- bJlig pecultn til t111s nctlJI of lhe South the Iteden l xoverernlirt rollI also bat r an Nx14bw U the 1tCIIIIj mlnt1i1I1I of tba Cu tty posllhn Couunitcte Cialtnta IrIVieille which UuJottlltruly vlII lit tlrt care PrO Ii1qI rt Taft lttas elllldy1IC exixkdi1n tort othel orficiay of II Jtlnn11 repunsu9ton will ubo lie lucre To amtt meat Gtrtre y bing provided for eptendld milIn lIlr ship hetC ruoee lluwm04II sCtt9 nntl odur aMraotlanrl hrlug rna+ ed 111161 exlxxcyou will hlnd toi theCi CENTRAL GROVE i IFl 22Rev 11 11 Maddox of Livermor filled Ida reguL + t lppohd nlllllt lucre Saturday uIII Smudgy Air Grover IHnrod of Craghe 10i who prat beau thin gUIl or the fanti- ly of Mr O M Park Iris tntluy for I Penrod Ky hllt lie will wistt oUier- rltitU es iletcre returning hunlt Mitt Rum Loney of 1IJf Urtvcr Dam way the gllSt of h t cousin dlitxl Violet Ion ant week l- AB + y Myrtle Park vlracd hI aunt Mrs Dr U I Everly lit Ct1ulvo reo- oontl She was ttccompatuiI home by ltlas IUtZ1 who ssnt n CW drys Ira her gueit rt1urnlllg home tuLiy Mrs Htnwitt young lies re turned fo- hel lumen at Owtmsbom atlases Ruth end lIugjglll Tichunnr relglubalY11 recently t lo gucrts or their aunt Mrs John Bell IIqultoIs some oott6rj j Mi Nnrh Rowe vlgLetl It Is etuts Mr l111t1 Mrs Tohn T l1all f Equality SatutxL und 5uuekty- Pirllo Park want to Hantlard5hn day to vlFt iris brother Kirby tuk hlItrtrm seed moved to Y1111ants Mine 1 Miss Mattfe Kuykendoll hUll return ed to her ltrtne In weft Point neligh- bohOOd after spending a row tiny with her cousins MIatitx Lctp mid Ruth Tohenar Rev R D Bennett or nnrtr dined udt Mr end Mrs Did Inrl Monday Mr L D Lori y fen It few dty ago and csme near brotklng n rib Mablo an Inlanlt ot Mr and M J M ShoulLZT has en tick for cl1e past two Mr wccksIproud II MiaSadie Rocker wdlo hls boot- h1 lauisvcIIC rr the plot law dry9 will return hone this week She w111 leave Croon for UOCk1nIt Indians whore she will be engaged in the millinery buslnesdv thIs fllrJAA lira ElJzahedlt Brown wife of ale late WUlIam Brown dIed at the bnn- ndiet 0 hr t son inlaw Mr lIIOllrlX Herlln a WJ11Iams Alines Feb 15th Thu orstnnlns were takfn to Vfrta PIPvl deuce where lire dnarment took 111100 on the fullowlng day WantedII the undersigned Supervisor of Roads of Ohio county Kentucky will bo at the following points ter tilt eeBstrlols mentioned on the do- h theIbest bidder the COJltll t for trams Ito pull road graders during the yea 11910 in accordance with order of the- o recentFleatt Court of Ohio county For Ull11ford Magisterial District at Beta sII1urda Feb 2Gth For Sulphur Springs Magisterial District nt Sulphur Springs Monday Feb 2stlt For Ford l11e Magisterial Ills trlct at Fordsvl11e Tuesday March the 8th IFor Ilartlelts Magisterial District at Ralph Thursday March lOtdr For Ccntc11toWIt Magisterial Dlstrclt at Centertolvn6aturdayaarch 12th Patties securing tile contract fo- tithis service will be rehutred to ox auto good and sufflednet bond for the faithful Performance of duty Anybody from anywhere alas bid for the contract reg r + less of location Par ties procuring the contract will he I Ielulred to furnish flrstclnss team und work ten hours per tiny under dt section of nlyelf and district Ocr seer for from SO to 130 days I reserve the rIght to reject any old all bids W If TAYLOR Supervisor of Roads of OhIo county Strange Coincidence i I On tan 2Ul last the American ablyrSta1t5 Seuato by SlIUliol Biadlev uf Itartucky Ills defense wins 1o 11I rtrtdved tiuu Mite prcdldont of tile tholtIm lily UultedU StJaotS Senator McI of Nortlt Dakota fljokoe In faurd IJf rho SaotlMy burin for his subject Jtt dficatlon of the Am oNcur Sxlnty of Egntly to neall 2500 farmers In Fargo N D Ile was gretCl with many long and loud dinISeveril bundahd larmens could not evert gtv haul the doors of the iIIHrlJg pla Chore were farJnrl ltraerat at Ip FnlfO mcllrg rein ViJColtllu Jltutnea lotus Xcwth and South Dakota Atom ana and em I art 1CENT WN 1 D M1u111ux iud Mna Alvin Rowe ore hr Ha1fonl- i this weak visiting tlho ftemily cr t IE 6m1ehlr Stoll Is II1II1ng juts- itiaJtkiitct on Maht St which will tILl much UI the irxtuty of hilt hon II M Allen tonlndtllfti II hots CiStevensMia Baker Is vlIUllg bier xlbrlr lies Reyr 19 Stevtnd of lIull- Iingtol e W Vjl ln uIMrs J D Swain rhited rkndr and relatlrtu In Bearer Dam lat wok ShulUo Blithop and l1t11ry Ball rntm I bore of Co H Font Sherdlan Ill ire het e vlslting their paren3- Mr U S oIWgbt snide a bu nS3j trip to Oweii om the tlrbt of this week C K Renner and non Claud wuro I 111jplllthere noxu week which will add much I business to the town i s M Dexter and Edgar Calvtr were In Owelntbwu lust week On vtvy Jn- tportnnt bUlln6s Mr E Ronne hM sold his pout and lot In the valet part of town to Utt- ia F Chapman I Rowe Mahon have sold their largo stunk of merchnndfc to Plum mar and Paxton or Taylor J C Jneku n slid wife E H Jame411 Airs E 111 Iavi9 acid alkatt Ctlndlht lielo IIJII and lItn llcl1oIttended ILIJtelly treoting Ilt tY Lo Kkt SENATOR TILLMAN lS STill IMPROVING sNow Believed There is a Fair Chance For his Ultimate Complete Recovery 1Vw9lttngtan Feb 22Toe contJnu OIl limllmvlmellt III tiro condtticsa of Senator DtfflJamln R Ttldman of South C + ttdllna has 1nt lIhl+ d rettdty ed IIOl v of ul0intaUt aocovery frame hJs prtcnt rjrioui Illness In the oplJ1lolllllf hIs phyalolanlt thu och1IIceJ are now lI1Iuch in hLSJ favor inhere bile IrJen 5IIJ11I oby tAnsnC of the paralysis und today ro Ifo gained the Ue of hid right arm and lg to a lImited extent The uphneen has markedly smpnaved and he IS now able to Itqlwk Thu clUitube for the better was saId to be mum re- markabld and was IIttrlbukod to tiro Senators tLnlpemto life strung 11I1y1- I qua and his generally good eondlfdon The faVf1Ilble dot elormarnis in his illness Were contldorl very ox- coptlotwbld In tact Ills case was thousrand Ile ll utiapondi tl1glidmJrobly to the medical treatattent and dated the Ixrwru of spoeeh corny practically be rettstabbshedDr was so eIlCOUl aged by the ptrrent condition of Mr Ttltmau that he left WashLIlgtolt to ttighit for olulJblll S C Defoe boarding his Itraln he gave the following intmcnt to tile Asiockltod Press Mr Tillman has mat yet dust any ground lu the taut twentyfour hours On the contrary lie host gaineid itt the use of J11 ht urm completelyrparalyzed heretofore lUg lt1Wer of ICotCh also Is Improving lie is tak lug nourislmlent wtlll and leis nOllly- fUllctJous are normal The Senator Is tieeldug well and hire outlook lit very much more tlIcoumglng In every wayIf the Senators cOlldliton centimes to lmpivve he mitybe able to leave for his home lit South Carolina In II month or six weeks last i irdly before In all likelihoOd he win nut be pormitttri by hIs phyuclans to occupy QUEEN OF ACTRESSES J PRAISES PERUNA lN MISS Julia Marlowe i111m glad to write my endorse mentof the great remedy Perwla I do so most heartily Jude Marlowe ill Any remedy that benefits digestion I strengthens tho nerves I Tho nervo centers requIre nutrition I It the digestion itt Impaired the nervo centers become anomie anti nervout- i debility is tiro result IW a at In Congress during Ue pret nj- rorsion Cheap Land for Sale Is acres of good land ono and one halt miles south of McHenry near n T Renders land Ogod box house boarded stable orchard MIll Iweather well TeMls cheap for cash Apply to Barnett Smith I Penny Pictures j r You can get them at Schro- cters Studio But remember I I will not make them after March 5 I IBetter take advantage of the first pretty day andcome You get I 24 For 25 Cents I Groups 10c extra It may bo some time before I will make Penny Pictures again ISO dont I miss this opportunity Yours truly EMORY SCHROETER Ir THEoAmerican Fence Can easily be settled by coming to this store and looking over our stock of the American All Wire Fence 1This fence weighs more to the rod than fence made at the The AMERICAN priceIthoroughly protected by the nizing AMERICAN FENCE is easily IThe J- but hard to break down The AMERICAN FENCE is the strongest and most durable fence made j The pounds of steel used in the con struction ofa fence make the price per rod We buy this fence by the CAR LOAD t That means we secure the lowest quail tits price and the lowest possible freight- JI rates We are in a position to be ofser vIce to every man who wants fence t J We want to show you EP Barbs BroSJI LBeaver Dam KyI fr ik a J I t t J J 1 01 vC J Ih NVVtq f I SPRING GOODS r Always alert to the wants and needs of our Trade and knowing that many prefer buying their b rnew spring Ginghams White Goods Embroideries etc early we have now on sale the greatest variety and most superb line of styles that it has everbeen our privilege to show j 4India Linons Sheer qua1ity50 lOc 15c 20c Persian Lawns 15c 20c 25c 35c White and Fauey Linens 15c to 75c Dainty Patterns in White Goods 15c to 50c Pretty Val Laces 5o to 25c Pure Linen Laces 5c Extra Quiility Embroideries t 50 to 50o Swiss Flounce Insertion big valuc2 o AllOver Shirt Waist Fronts49c to 198 I The above goods you willneed sooner or later Why not BUY NOW and buy from the house that can please you in variety style and price Let us show you Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 25 llllnoisCentralRallroadTimeTable At Beaver Dam KY North Bound Honlli Boned Mo132 due 515 a ro Nnl21dultS5avm- NolZMiielfcMpm No 101 tine 248 p m o 102 doe IMS pm Nu131dae8- 03pmNew I Commercial Hotel Hartford Ky UNDER NEW AND EXPERIENCED I J MANAGEMENT beJ I Everything firstclass The fare served rlght Tho comfort and welfare of all guests especially looked after Special attention to traveling men Rate 2 per day Special rate a regular boarders Your patron ge solicitedI i GEOM STEELE Proprietor I i V PENNY WISE AI4Dlare the persons who their tOOth fco money outweighs the of a mouthful of I tllledlfflclal means of preserving them but keep your teeth by putting t them In the taro of HARDIN Bf I4Otrlce In Republican Bldg ie Phone 21S I Hartford Ky t Bring your Furs to U S Carson ills Mary Vedding left Tuesday for Cincinnati A smile of satisfaction goes with every Suit sold by Carson Co Mr Dress Well buys LIBERTY SPECIAL Hats at Carson CoS Regular preaching wrvlcea at GOth en Mohodlrt Church ltexit Sundry Tho Hartford Mill Company has both black and white Northern seed oats for sale 30tf If you want good flour at a low price you had better get busy Hartford Grocery Company Mary Martha Smith the little daughter of Mr and Mrs C E Smith is very 111 of pneumonia MM Julia WwMing irviturnwl M w they form FoivlBvIll whr spa bas bin visiting her daughter MIV Clarence Keown Mr W H Griffin who has been suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism Is thought to be slightly Improved Noah White the grocer makes a specialty of the best goods In his line Sells cheap and delivers free hi Hartford Give him your order for good things to eat Mr Otto Martin Imo returned from the Kentucky University at Lexington He will take a position afi salesman hi the hardware store of the Ohio County Supply Company Leave your Laundry at Clove Ilera grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonville Steam Laundry Madisonville Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf Leave your laundry with Lyons Duke Hartford Grocery Company for the Richmond sWam Laundry Richmond Indiana This laundry al ways gives satisfaction Prompt der livery Satisfaction guaranteed 28tf On account of cold weather some members being earl of town and other lck Ww Ejjworth League Social ut Judge Gltmni Saturday evening IR called off Phx regular deVotlnnal meeting will be held U7 p m Miss Lillian Monroe IB pursuing a course In English at the Vet tern Kentucky State Normal at IBowllog Green Miss Monroe leas been em iloyed as one of the instructors in 3ngli6h in the Paducah High School text year Mrs Haltoy ijrown sable to be out after a mort lllncse Mr w C Schlemmor has moved I Into his new bakery on Clay Street Mr Lewis Riley let TJiURjday for Klnigswno lBrecklnTixl6d countywlier bo will enter school I Miss Mildred Humphreys of Hop klnsvlllo te lio guc t of Mrs G H Likens ont Clay street Miss Amazllla Render of McHen ry Is spending the week the guest of her cousin Miss IJilHo Bell Burton Mrs Lola C Toll and little dmigh tier Lnotn ct Mclleniy vislitrd the formers riateir Mrs W H Burton nrcemtly E P Barrard ofBeavcoDsm C B Howard route 5 Ira Plrtlo and R A Noffsinger were among our callers Tuesday The Woonnnt Mlislonury Society of the M E Church South met TueS- day afternoon with Mrs Maggie Grit fin Thin n tenll1nce was excet dlngly good Elder J L Tuck of Central City will preach ut the Chnlsttan Church Sunday morning at 11 oclock and Sunday evening at the usual hour tar service Evorybody invited EGGS J RSALEInlre Barrc Pljroouth rock eggs S1 for feting of fifteen Mrs John W Siuidefur of rural rote o No 7 Hartford Ky Tele phone through Hartford exchange tf Mr Dudley Ford is in Frtuikfort tills week attending the Fifth An ivuaa iesslon of the Kentucky Farm ors Insdtufe which convened in that city Wednesday Mr Ford represents Ohio county Mlas Nora Wedctfns left Monday for Dundw where the will act as botk keopar In the Ktniie of her brother Bynin Wedding during the wring months entering upon hor school work later Dr J Trace Hardln JeU Tuesday for Paducah Ky He will go from there to his old home In county and will make LivingstonI while In that end of the will be gone about three weeks Robert King son of Andrew mot wlh a Very l Jhful wnU wrknw ac cldent Wednevlayafttmnnutt while working on tho dejwit He wnM dis sing a piece of timber mud t1u HN slpped from his hand cutting hs kneo very badly Tho Molor Barber College ol IjouiHvillc Ky wants men to learn the barber trade They offer ppleaiUtd Induonnonits und a rihort tprm eumI lUtJCUllcUUogue ShrineofTuesday night which was followed wilJi a banquet Tho following No i bles of this ely stttoniticd the cerej incnlfw W S Tlnsley E G UarI rats c M Barnett John T Moore i R B Martin and W N Stcvcite Col C M Barnett has been ap i jwinted an a member of the Suite BoArd of Agriculture to BUCCWX Hivrbtrt M Beatd of Ifardijwburg re signed Mr Banieljt Is atfiidlng the Farmerti State Instttuto MC Frtuik fort tills week and will attend a meeting of the Boa id of Agriculturo at Loulsvillit Saturday I Perhaps It III not generally known but It IB a fact that Hartford has an artist who pilntn with much skill The pictures and paintings of Miss Zella Nall show highclass ability She I has produced several landscapes anti other work which evince a skillful t touch of the brush Her genius in I thlsiillo Is much appreciated by her many friends Mr Charles Lagardo who has been in Hartford the past week with his theatrical troupe the Dixie Vandc dropIwhich la a very artistic piece of work A sea view hi the center is surrounded by the business cards of cstabllshmentslfho ilico of work shows that Mr Lagard i isit genius with tho blush as well ash lu the show business Messrs Rowe Mutton have sold their general merchandise store at i entertovn to Messrs A R Plum mer J P Paxton John Veller and 11 H Williams of Taylor Mines and viI ilnlty Tho business In the vlll be ten under the firm name of entertown Mercantile Co These are wideawake business young men and ve predict for them a good business j from the start Mr Morton coo i templates building tin addition to tile drug store owned by him and his I son and extend his business ilr Rune has not as yet fully made up his mind as to what he will do j Mr A R Plumnier will be general j manager for he new firm- Wanted I j longIDelivered dress M W BAnNARDHartXord Ky 30t4 KILLING OFMOB LEADER At Cairo During Riot Cause Great Disturbance Soldiers Patrol Streets to Prevent Further Trouble Between Authorities and Citizens Cairo III Feb 21pollce officer IIIneground another clash between tho author ties and tho citizens Is trend if the man Is caught Feeling Is still running high against these nesroesiiml Intensity was added to this sentiment this afternoon when negroes it Is charged madf Insulting gestures at the persons In the funeral procession that was following the of Ullle thenjaillays funeral and accompanied the body to Mounds 111 in a special trainAs the train was passing t rough the negro district east of Cairo ne- groes collected on the streets to watch Its passage At Thirtyfirst street members of the funeral patty charge an insulting demonstration was made An effort was made to organize a party on the train during the return trip to Cairo to wreak1 summary revenge on the negroes but no disturbance resulted An unidentified man created a disturbance at time cemetery by demand ing permission to make a speech over the grave but he was hurried away He said he was a friend of IlalHihiy and that he had been run out ol town by the police The negro tht Belies are after tu1 night is believed to have been asso elated with John Pratt tho ncgn who escaped lynching when Sheriff Nellis defended tho jail at the cost of one life and the Injury of several uth era In the attacking Patty If he Is caught an effort iruy be made to iuli him away from the police before the militia Las an opportunity to inter fore The military continued to patrol time streets tonight at regular Intervals Several small crowds were dlspors f during the day but no demonstraMor tOO iiace of any moment The bitterness of failing ngalnsr the negro olomnet Is manifested In threats and rumors of future demon strations Woinnn generally are carry ing revolvers and ore urged by their husbands and mala reliilviest to shoot to kill if attacked The home of Sheriff XellU is guarded by the militia and he Is given I nllltary escort when lie leaves tin cant house Popular feeling Is tgalnst him for using negro deputies md allowing llallldayii body to lie In rout of time Jail lot three Lotus Adjutant General Dlcksoii Governor Dcnocua personal prwentatlve declared this afternoon Unit Sheriff Nei ls was not ordered by the Governor to wrmlt HnllldayH lady to Iw on Clue ground until the mllltla arrived Mrs NelllB wf of the Sheriff col lapsed this afternoon under the slvlti mud Is now under a phyHlvlciis cave Sh IH one of tine WOIIIMI who urn iirylng revolvers Odd Fellows- H gular mizlng of Acme loilgo No 1W toinight Work In lu 11IIltJn Iffixj Iud prnMiap In th 31 A g Kd attendance N IxpC aL V t hag brothers uri always Wlc Hits hVo opens at 7 oclock TheHousecleaning OrdealMust again May as well face It and get done with it- llay as well also get all tho help your can Wo have a lot oJ rubsavers Hippo And earllno t And Gold Dust And Sapollo And Bon Ami And Brushes of all sorts And Mops And Brooms And everything else that is Intended to lighten lab- orIlerV Grocery I i NOWON SALE J NEW LINE OF Spring Dress Ginghams MERCERIZED POPLINS LINEN SUIT INGS INDIA LINONS WHITE MADRAS WAISTINGS New line I2lc Dress Ginghams on Sale at lOc Regular price lOc Dress Ging= hams on Sale at 7c Mercerized Poplin regular price 30c on sale at 23c White Madras Waistings regular price 25c on sale at 19c See Our Display of Dress Ging hams and Embroideries i i i ROSENBLATTTHE J E FOGLE BLDG OPP COURT HOtTSE Hartford Kentucky 6SOS60965GfCJr9YYBS890Washington Never Told a Lie I We dont aim to butyou must get ready for Spring It is coming A little bird told us You 0 will need new Rugs Mattings Lace Cur- tainsI i and Window I Shades Remember we are making those heavy hand made Carmago andj IrollersAny width or size To use one handmade shade of ours means I that way i later you will want all of them that H Why Not Depend On =I Barnard Co I Hartford Ky I s DROPS OF WATER rhrown Upon a Redhot Stove They Will Never Touch It It Is impossible to throw a few drops of water on a redbot stove The wa ter Can never touch the stove ut nil What Is seen Isa few drops rolling rapidly over the surface gradually getting smaller until they disappear It the drops are on a perfectly level placo one can ceo under them to the other side ot the room thus proving that they are not In contact with the stove itself What actually happens Is that the bottom ot the drop changes nt once to steam or vapor on coming close to the hot surface and this vnpOr Is supplied by the drop ns It gradually goes away So the drop rests on a cushion of vapor until It LI entirely dissipated This state of water Is known as the spherol dill state and Is of interest simply on account of Its peculiarity and seeming ly paradoxical behavior The reason why the drop Is not 1m- medJately evaporated or changed to steam Is also very Interesting flu Water vapor that Intervenes between dta under surface and the redhot stove is n very bad conductor of heat and consequently the full Intensity ot the heat cnnnot get to the water Itself only the amount transmitted through the vapor being nvaUable for this per poseSt Louis Republic ENGLISH COUNTRY BANKS Jt Takes Strong Iron Bars to Win the Depositors Confidence Rural customers attach great Jm- portnnco to the bauls outward appearance A thrifty tradesman having opened u deposit account with n bunk distant some thirty miles from his home the cashier hall the curiosity to asl why ho traveled so tar when there was a branch ot the same bank almost at his loor The depositor smiled knowingly and replied I lodged opposite hero all the time while this bank was being built so I know Its safe Dalance sheets to the rustic sre a meaningless and arbitrary ar rangement ot figures Iron bars bl understands In a city In the north ot England there Is a bank widely known for tlto artistic merit ot Its doors Designed by an eminent sculptor they are executed In relief In copper or bronze and appear to represent tableaux tram Aesops Fables and Greek history About a week after they were unveil Ed nn old man who had been a dej- IOsitor for many years withdrew his balance and took It to a rival bank almost opposite Questioned ns to his reason for changing ho replied I dont bolll wi thorn doors or theirs Punched tin nlnt businesslike and It aLut sateLondon Saturday Review A Perfect Disguise Frank Lockwoods banter was ex cellent and always gooo humored 1 recollect him cross examining u do tecUve In a divorce case says a writer in London M A P The witness was dressed In well cut broadcloth he was portly a massive gold chain and seals hang tram his tab ho might have pass Ed for t country banker or solicitor at- tho old style SIr Frnnk very polltelyI believe you are t member ot the eminent firm of detectives Messrs Dlnter ds Co rhWJtnessYes sir I represent that MD Sir FrankAnd I presume In the course ot your professional duties you have to assume many disguises WJtnessYes sir Sir FrnnkPrny may I ask you what you are disguised as now Turner Was Gruff The great artist Turner Is said to hAVe been peculiar In his way or sell lug his pictures At times nothing could Induce him to part with ono ot them and at other times he would re celve a customer with the greatest of- fablllty ot voice and mnnner and rend Ily settle upon the stun to be paid for one ot his treasures On one occuslou when he was offered lOOO apiece for some old sketch books lie turned thelll over leaf by lear before the eyes of the would he purchaser saying Well would you relllly like to hnve tlieiu Then just ns the titan proceeded to take possession ot the books Turner with n tantalizing I dare say you would suddenly thrust them Into a drawer nlld turned the ley In the lock leaving the customer dumb with In diguationc Not Up on Slang Id like to get n room for the night drawled the old man with the chin whiskers and yellow satchel Dy jinks Buttons whispered the clerk to the bellhop nil ot the rooms are tilled Jut we dout want to 111- 11COUr1go the country patronage lO- well have to give him some kind of a stallBut the old man overheard the remark and fired up instantly No yeou dont lie blurted defiantly By- crlckety noI It I wanted to sleep to a stall Id stopped nt the livery stable on tile other cornerClllcago News An Insulting Style 01 did not mind the threats nv him as much os the lnsultiu style nv his temarks salll one ldshman to another And what did he say Well he says to me Hogan says lie Us a great notion 01 have to fal8P on you and knock your face Into al aped Heres Luck Ethel Ethel Is not very handsome Why ID you call her a bollo- Bhos waiting for some man to ring tJerBoston Transcript Illarty climbers have Budden tallaI- reuch Proverb a dYra A Fish That Gives Paint The well known brown pigment can rd sepia is obtained from n ten armed octopus found principally In the Med lterrllnl and more especially at the bead of the Adriatic sea where It Is caught by the natives for food The sepia Is contained In a bas oDd Is really the black fluid ot which we have all read ns being discharged by the creature to cover Its escape Some naturalists say that the fluid Is brown Ish which becomes more credible when wo know that this Is the source ot sepia The pigment Is really n IlOwder which dissolves In water Its strength may be estimated by the tact that It will color 1000 times Us own bulk When the octopus has been killed the sack or bog Js removed and dried to I prevent putrefaction The sepals treated with ammonia or caustic soda I washed oDd dried It Js ono ot the most durable or paints except when- l fully exposed to the fierce rays ot the sun and an even surface can he obi tamed with It more easily than with most points Sepia has been obtained from a fossil cuttlefish thousands otI goodIi the Change From Black to Red justImilliner to a customer red hot dill you Well ns a milliner l and n person whose busilless It Is toI study the dltTerent characteristics of- j women I hove watched her for two years It has been a kind of study ot widowI to me recently me make her u hat or deepest black She was broI ken hearted and declared she would l never again take nu Interest In the pretty things that women like to wear A year ago she COIIIO again Dont you think I might have the least bit or white In my new bat she asked Yes I sold I think you might and tile hat was made Three months later she came for another lint nndI i she stood for n little touch ot laven der Next she had u big white plume hand last week I made her that red hot It just shows what time will do IIu lifting up u heart bowed down Louisville Times The Releaser It he hudnt been a dreadful bore and the hour wasnt so late It Is quite I possible the lovely girl would hue refrained tram the exercise ot n strat- egici scheme says the Loveland Plain Dealer Bart she whispered as he pAused Iin the midst ot n long winded description ot his camping outfit Whut Is Jt he whispered In re- hurl She smiled reassuringly Its only pupa lIe must be oilingI the releaser And what Js the releaser Its ono or papas Ingenious schemes Every night ot exactly 11 oclock he pulls up n brass chalet that releases our brindle bull pup from his nnnex adjoining the kitchen thnts nil i And she laughed merrily The caller glanced nt the clock on the mantel It Indicated 10ii I find I must go be said In a sliGhtly hurried manner And good- nighti iPunihment For Perjury n more severely I punished In Germany than In any otb- I or country In the world Even on np iparently trivial misstatement under I oath carries a sentence ot ten years In i prison Excepting murder there are few crimes that carry as heavy n pen I ally liS perjury The Germau theory Is that the entire system ot jurlspru dente rests on the respect for on oath administered under the forms ot law and that this lutist be strictly guarded In order to secure the punishment ot- other crimes and insure Justice In civil cuses Germanyy stmuls nt one extreme and the tnltcd States nt the other Fewer people are pmnlaliel In Unltell States for false swearing theI the witness box then III any countryLondon Telegraph Hard Hit Lord FltzfoOllle casting himself on Ills knees before Arnmlntu gave utterance to the following Oh that I could snatch u glue ruin sonde primeval forest I would sharpen the end with lilY penknife dip It in the molten j crater or esuvtus and write upon the azure wall ot heaven In letters ot lit tug lire traminta I love thee Theory and Practice DlngleJot has original Ideas about I family sonrnlllent lie says every home should be u little republic where universal toleration prevails and every governmenti that plan But he and Mrs Dlnglebot hove the same old wrangle every day os to who shall be president The Foolish Min I see said the landlady that a man In Olio line got himself Into trou ble by marrying two women Huh growled the bachelor board ereJust ns though one wife couldnt make trouble euoughlChlcogo News Calmness Remember on everyy occasion which lends thee to vexation to apply this prlnclplethnt this Is not a misfortune but that to bear It nobly Is good for tune Iorcus Aurelius His Own Spher You n doctor Why nobody In his senses would employ youl Perhaps not but Im going to be a doctor to lunatics nigh birth Is t poor dish on the ta- bloIrlsh Proverb MRS TAYLOR ACQUITTED Of The Charge of Killing Mon roe Hudson a Year Ago 9thIOn Wednesday mornlIJg Feb Chllg1edannounced themselves ready kD enters trial The work or elnpanneling the I juror was lmmedlatcly begun nnd after exhausting the regular putel the court drew a swchil ventoo or 100 names from the jury vbetl tQ report This Thurd Venire morningIday time court venire or 100 names do apcblr Fr day morning The jury was oompl ll Friday at noon and follow nig Jig II list or rte jury thnt tried the fUld caseC C Hunt II hone J R Kdssinger R D Latvanence ttlesUno Embry Columbus Smh Taunde Embry Jim Wilson Varner Hunt WooMord Em bry Herman ltIa hugh E C Gutty The attorneys for the defense W A Helm and J C Sims hhowrd- thentsolvtvs equal to the occa54om ns did the attorneys for the Common I wealth J H Gllllnm N T Howard E DradleIMany points of law were hotly can tested but were ntlrolUy anti uitls- factoillally setled by the tour After the tertimony uvs nil in W A Helm and J C Sims male ex cellent lchCS for the defense fol i lowed by J H Gilliam In behalf of the Commonwealth who dollred strong and forceful argumentIThe case went oclock Saturday afternoon ttmd after nn hour and n halts deliberation aI verdict or acquittal was nLnderedi Green River Repuhlccan State of Ohio City or Toledo I Locas County ss Frank F Chcney makes oath that he Is senior partner ot the firm of- F J Cheuey Co doing business In the City ot Toledo County and State afoesaid and that said firm will Isay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot he cured by the use or Halls catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subsebed- in my presenoe this Gth day or De cember A D 1SSG A W GLEASON Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Sold by nit Druggists nc Take Hulls Family Pills for constipation a Cheap Clubbing Rates Wo havomade nn arrangement with the publishers or the inland Farmer of Louisville whereby we are enabled HqmhllcanI I JourIInulreaders should take advatage oC- I this offertfCASTORIA I i For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of Weather Predictions When a burrlcaho Is announced as coming In this direction conviction that there Is no hurricane or that It Is belated or that It Is headed some other way amounts to a certainty Stops theY Cough healstheLungs QUICKSMCOUGHNE If not better then any other money back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO RVANSVILL8IN0 Always There lC all who count themselves happy were to tell very simply what It was that brought happiness to them the others would see that between sore row and joy the difference Is but as between a gladsome enlightened ac coptallce of life and a hostile gloomy submission between a large and harmonious conception of life and ono that Is stubborn and narrowMaeterl- 1Dctr The Best Hour of Lire fs when you do some great deed or discover some wonderful fact This hour came to J R Pitt ot Rocky Mt N C when be was suffering Jn- tensley os he says from tJle wars cold I oCr had I then proved to my great satisfaction what a wonderful Cold and Cough cure Dr Kings Ni w Lrfew S Triple PlatedKnives tamped last longer through harder service than any other be they have a round bolstetjwhich does away nup where blade Is to handle 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Subscribe today or send for plllerni INBUCEMENySto catalogueAnd ncv euh prize otTer Address YcCMtt0 7HWIIBWSLBEwYOBL Ad I 1 r I 17 1 r MYSTERYIt This Phenomenon of Nature Is a Puzzle to Science f THE 7 THEORY OF THUNDER In a General Way It Is Understood but as a Matter of Fact the Bolt From the Storm In Its Erratic Tendencies Defies the Investigator In a general way wo understand the theory of thunderstorms As a matter of fact there is no phenomenon V of nature but excepting even earth quakes of which wo know so little Manmade lightningthat is elec tricity of the hIghest power which we can artificially producewill act according to certain known laws It will for Instance travel along a con ductor of metal But a flash of lightning will fro quent leap from a well defined metal path and launch Itself through the air or some adjacent object which is an infinitely poorer conductor Thir may bo duo to the almost in conceivable force of a flash of light wing says a writer in Pearsons Week ly It is estimated that a flash of lightning a mile long represents a pressure of discharge equal to 3000 000000 volts As such a flash lasts only about tho thousandth part of a second the en ergy dissipated by tho discharge is equal to 300000 horsepower Put in other words if we could find somo means of saving and using lightning wo should be the richer by a good round sum for every flash Lightning is as we know usually accompanied by a peal of thunder which is louder the nearer the hearer is to the point of the discharge but this is not an invariable rule There are cases on record of most destruc the lightning flashes which wero un accompanied by sound Such a phenomenon occurred at Brad ford some years ago What Is de- scrIbed as a silent thunderbolt fell in a graveyard destroying one monu ment and smashing to atoms nearly seventy glass cases containing wreaths and flowers In the same summer Swanscombe- in Kent was terrified by a freak of lightning All of a sudden a great mass of blue Ore swept along the street and next moment it was seen that the Ono old parish church built 1 nearly 700 years ago had been struck The building with all its fine old IwasJX Scientists are still hopelessly at sea as to the cause of that peculiar phenomenon known as globe lightning At Coventry somo years ago during n vio lentthunderstorm It passed along a street like a soap bubble built of blue fire and drifted into a shed where it exploded blowing tho roof off the place A At Rhelms in France a similar Ore ball came Into a cobblers shop through the open window The solitary occupant of the place sat perfectly still paralyzed with terror while his fearful visitant hovered for sever al seconds overhead Then it moved toward tho fireplace and presently I passed up the chimney Next moment there was an explo I sion like a shell bursting and the up per part of the chimney came crashing downNot tong ago Count G Hamilton mado a record of a similar freak of electricity He was sitting at dinner at a house on Lake Wencr in Sweden when just after a vivid flash of light ning a brilliant white ball appeared over the tablo and after banging poised there for somo seconds went off with with a loud bang- Fortunately It did no harm to any one although it was quite close to several people Those who saw it sug lightI In November 1002 Sydney Austra Ha was visited by a terrific dust storm in the midst of which a perfect lraln ot electric t1e balls began to fall These set fire to a number of houses and a most appalling panic set In A cry was raised that the end of the world was at hand and people rusbfcd out of their houses into the Ink black I dust deep streets The most amazing and terrifying idisplays of the power of Hghtmlng aro seen on mountains In 1800 a party was on the top of a mountain in the Caucasus when a huge violet ball sur rounded by vivid rays struck a rock near by and exploding like a bomb burst into atoms Ono of the party was badly hurt Stilton Cheese I The secret of making Stilton cheese f was for some time confined to the fam fly of the original Inventors who were under an engagement to sell all they could make to tho famous Cooper Thornhill of Stilton Being thus to be obtained of him alone it received the of Stilton cheese but It approprIatelyImado that on tide of Lelcestershlre about thirty miles from Stilton London Standard i Helping Him Mr Backward Well cr yes since you ask me I was thinking of consult I ing a fortune teller Miss Coy To had 1 want whom you will marry ehMr BackwardWhyeryen I Miss Coy Why not ask me and save the fortune tellers fee toward the price of the ring 5 The thicket te grew the easier to i aow Alartc T r 4 J ABSOLUTE ZERO The Frasilng Point of Helium Ou It Just Above It Although familiar to scientists It la hot generally known that the true zero of heat has been determined By this absolute zero Is meant a temper ature which cannot get any colderI which means that no beat whatever exists or can exist at that point This point Is only about 450 degrees below the zero of our ordinary Fahrenheit thermometers or 273 degrees below the zero centigrade To realize what It signifies a few words must be placed hero defining beat Itself Beat Is caused simply by the thou sands of little molecules in any body or thing vibrating very fast and tbus sending out wdves Into tbo ether When these waves strike any matter thoy cause that matter to becomo hot as we say Now the faster these molecules vibrate the more heat is given out and the hotter Is the body Itself Tbe slower the molecules the colder the body So It a condition could be reached where the molecules did not vibrate at all why there could be no heat and therefore tbo body would be absolutely cold This condition of affairs is reached at the above mentioned number of degrees below our ordinary scales It Is need less to say however that this absolute zero of heat has never been attained on this earth tbo closest ever reached by man being one degree above it This Is 272 below zero centi grade and Is tbe freezing point of helium gas which a German professor claims to have frozen at that tempera tureFrom this theory of heat a peculiar view is obtained of our bodies and articles of matter We would Hud If wo bad a microscope to see small enough that every bit of mutter at any temperature that we can now get Is a seething mass of moving molecules and vibrating particles One proof of this is when a metal expands on becoming warmer If we weigh It we find that a hot body weighs no more than the same body cold yet it gets larger botb longer and broader To do this It must bo composed of moving particles that on becoming ex cited get farther apart Another proof is that liquids and gases have been forced through every solid that exists almost Thus water has beeu forced through lead sulphur dioxide through Iron etc Tbe computed size of these molecules is rather interesting It Is claimed that if n drop of water represented the earth the number of molecules In the drop would be about equal to the number of grains of sand In the earthExchange Changing Her Mind By an unwritten law It is held to be the privilege of woman to change her mind a license of which she rarely tails to avail herself The German proverb has it that women are variable as April weather According to an old English adage A womans mInd the winter winds change oft In Spain It Is much the same Women wind and fortune soon change and she can laugh and cry both in a wind The old Latin poet Catullus was of opinion that what a woman says to her ardent lover ought to bo written on the winds or on running water Even the gallant Sir Philip Sidney wrote lie water plows and soweth In the sand And hopes the flickering wind with net to hold Who hath his hopes laid on a womans band Kansas City Star A High Day Ynssih 1 cuttingly would do dat job for yo colonel und proud o do chance to extinguish mubsef Would borrow right in on it dls minute sab if twuznt for one thing said a cer tain lopsided colored citizen who was so unafraid of manual labor that he would often fall asleep In Its presence and dat is sab dat I never likes to stigmatize muhsof by working on a hollerdayWhy this is not a holiday returned the would be employer Yassahl Tis wId me if youll dars skuse me sah Its de university o do day muh oldest boy was done sent to de pcnltenchy Puck Wild Animals In New York City It is a remarkable fact that there are always more wild animals about than any but the expert has an Idea of For example thero are within twenty miles of New York city fully fifty dlf fcrcnt kindsnot counting birds reptiles or fishes onequarter of which at least are abundant or more partic ularly within the limits of Greater New York thero ana at least a dozen species of wild beasts halt of which are qulto commonCountry Life In America Getting Used to Em I Just have heard of the arrival of the third child In the Jones family remarked the woman The announce ment of the firstborn was made by beautifully engraved cards tied with tiny white ribbon the second was by telegraph and this third one though a much wished for boy was made merely by a postal cardNow York Press She Could Talk Cynlcus That girl never says much docs she Slllicus Why she talks all the time Cynlcus That doesnt alter my contention Philadelphia Ilecord Doubted the Statistics How did Harkius act when be heard bo had triplets in his family He could hardly believe his own census Boston Transcript Our wealth Is often a snare to oar iclves and always a temptation to othert Cotton F LOW RATES TO NASHVILLE- Great Industrial Exposition 1 Open February 28 Many Attractions for The Pub I lic and Everything I Free On Monday Feb 28 Tho Nashville Exposition will throw open its doors to tho public Inviting them to see under one roof a beautiful and Instructive 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 one which keeps them abreast of what Is most modern and uptodate In merchandising BUSINESS BUILDING For the benefit of merchants many thousands of whom will visit this Exposition from tho Southern States experts will deliver addresses on many subjects pertinent to Business Building Science In Newspaper Ad vertising Modern Merchandising How to Carry on Business How to Display Goods How to Put on Sales How to Attract and to Ex tend Trade How to Dress WIn- dows How to Handle Clerks How to Advertise How to get New Customers How to Make Col lections 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 Exposition Is to be held Is the big Hip podrome especially adapted for exposition purposes Each exhibit will be In a specially constructed and artistic ally decorated booth with graceful columns In white and gold and myriads of Incandescent lights FREE AMUSEMENTS- To entertain all those who visit the expositions program of free amusements has been arranged The Nash ville Military Band will render con cents every day and night a fine noon and night from the big stage at the south end of the 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 To cure LaQrippe and Colds In 24 hours take LaQrippeUUltlYO If you dnf 1st dots not keep them stoi 25c It J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Eva nie lad and get them post paid Guaranteed SelfMade- A large majority of the good and respectable women in this world have succeeded in being so without the as sistance of chaperons QUICKSDICIN Quickest and best for coughs GUAUANTKBD sold by druggists Made by J C Mendenhall Medicine Co EmsYlIle lid Washington Inventor A Washington man has invented a muzzle for tho roosters to keep them from crowing before he gets ready to wake up in the morning Now if he will Invent some process by which tho babies can be prevented from cry- Ing during the night he will have con erred a lasting blessing on the race Ctitiaron Cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIAHis Preference Flvoyearold Bobby went visiting with his mother and unexpectedly remaining over night was obliged to wear hl cousin Kates nightgown The next morning he sold tearfully Mamma Ill wear a girls nightie again Ill sleep rawHnr pers Weekly By Precept 1 In order to find people amiable It 1s necessary to beso ones seltEm press Josephine Staggers Skeptics WlljllnI q 1 a But great cures prove Its a wonderful healer of the worst sores ulcers bolls felons eczema skin eruptions as also chapped hands sprains And corns Try It 23c at all 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than they do in six Draughon can con t vince you of the United States Court Report SHORTHAND erspwritecent the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches 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 PresidentfDRAUGHOMS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE IJTCOHMBATID EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRIN WIELD MEMPHIS r- r d L SJi T j I L r N 1 19 H p111rsA IT BLOCKS ALL- LEGISLATION County Unit Idea Continues To Disturb the Scions ONE LAW ENACTED IN 38 DAYS Measure Increasing the Salaries of All Circuit Judges Now In the Hands of the Governor Colonel Jack Chinns Unique Plan to Prevent Men From Carrying Concealed Weapons Legislative Review BY J H STUART Frankfort KySpecla11t is 1m possible to write about the doings of the present legislature any week or any day without saying some thing about the county unit extension bill and what effect It Is having on all other legislation In fact the do ings of the legislature have amounted to almost nothing so far because of the tight over this county unit matter lust now It Is claimed that the friends of that measure In the house are re tarding the advancement of all bills in an effort to force a vote on the Bounty unit bill livery day or two some friend of the measure will make a motion to take this bill up anti make It a special order for a ccrlnln day or hour It takes a twothirds vote ofI those present to thus suspend rules and so fur the friends of the Bounty unit have never been able to Fet the necessary votes to get the bill advanced In fact the light has been fo determined that only ono bill had been able to get through both branches of the legislature till 38 legislative days of the constitutional GO had ex lilrtcl and that bill was the one which In effect Increased the salaryof all circuit Judges to 4200 a year This Mil would probably have never been Harried up except for till powerful In fluoiiLp that time many circuit judges brought to boar on tho members ot the house and Induced some of the friends and some of the enemies of the county unit measure to unite In placing that bill ou ltd passage ahead of many others The senate had for a time appar ently quit taking any Interest In the county unit measures but last Thurs day the fight was renewed with much vigor The committee on religion and morals was culled on to report In the regular course of business The count unit bill No 1 was reported with out an expression of opinion which report under the rules operated auto matically to Indefinitely postpone tho bill The same committee however had another county bill No 44 and before the committee could make the report on that Senator Thomas of Itourlion quoted section 46 of tho con stltmlpn nail demanded that the bill No 44 be called from the committee This precipitated a long parliamentary fight President Cox finally ruled that any senator had a right to calla bill from a committee after the committee had failed to report it In a reasonable time that the committee on religion and morals had been In jtOHsesBlon of tho bill No 44 for a reasonable time and that when tho hill was so called from the committee it went Into the orders of the day I just like any other bill that had been reported to the senate without being called out Senator Combs appealed from his decision and the senato sus lathed the appeal by a vote of 18 to 16 This would seem to settle the county unit measures as far as tho senate Is concerned but the friends of the bill are still hoping and will tako advantage of any opportun ity to get the bill to a direct vote of the senate for passage f The joint commltteo of the house and senate that has been Investlgat ing the adjutant generals office has not made a report yet but one la ex pected In a few days The members of the commltteo decline to tell what they have discovered but It has leak id out from reliable sources that some very large amounts of money were paid out last year and year before JOT the service ot soldiers during the j- Ibi delicious beatful ingredienttheacthreprinciple 1OYAL Y1 BakingPowder Insures wholesome and k delicious foodfor every day In every home NO ALUM night rider disturbances One instance is cited from HopklnsvUle wherethe committee discovered that one livery stable owner had been paid over 10 000 for horse and vehicle hire for the use of soldiers It Is not claimed there was any graft or overcharges made by the liveryman but the fact that such a large sum was paid out to one liveryman in one county Is cited to show what an enormous sum must have been paid out In all for the same purposes Colonel Jack Chlnu the famous turfman who Is the representative from Mercer county has a most unique plan to prevent men from car rying pistols He Introduced a bill early In the session which provided that a man who was convicted of the offense of carrying a pistol should be declared Insane and confined in an asylum After consulting with some attorneys he concluded this measure was unconstitutional so he has evolv ed another plan When asked about It he said I would make every mnn who wants to curry a gun pay a license fee of 2 and then require him to wear a badge on the outside of Ida coat containing the words I am car tying a Run I would have the name or all those who take out a license furnished to the policemen and con stables of every county and authorize them to arrest any one of them who Is found with a gun and without his badge on I think that would settle the thing for no man would want to wear a badge of that sort nor would he want to take the chance of being arrested for not wearing It If ho car tied a gun The bill which In effect Increases the salaries of all the circuit judges In the state from 3000 to 400 has passed both houses and Is now In the governors hands for approval or dis approval The constitution prohibits the salary of any olllclal from being raised after he Is elected and enters upon the duties of his office HO this bill had to be framed so as to evade the constitutional inhibition The bill provides that the regular judges shall act as special judges whenever they have a spare week or month In the year from their regular terms and shall serve in other districts than their own when a special judge Is necessary In that other district It further provides that the governor shall commission each one at a spe cial judge and for these extra or ad ditional service they shall receive 1200 a year It was contended and properly so it is said that the in creased cost of living had been so great that a circuit judge who travels around his district and pays his own expenses and that of his family at home could hardly live on the pres ent salary and that It was a hard matter to get a first class lawyer to accept or run for the olllce It Is said that Governor Willson will approve the bill but that Is further along No compromise or agreement has been reached between the house and senate as to what shall be done to the state treasury and pay the deficit of over 1000000 that now exists The house seems wedded to the idea of Issuing Interest bearing warrants while the senate thinks the bond is sue Is the only proper thing A shin liar condition existed In this state In 1897 and the special session of the legislature called by Governor Brady ley authorized the Issue of interest bearing warrants and In the course of two years they were all taken up and the treasury was on a cash basis once more At the same time a uond Issue of 500000 was also authorized and that bond Issue was paid off under Governor Bcckhams administration It Is contended with much reason that the unusually large appropriations made by the legislature two years ago were in a large measure responsible for the present deficit and that if the Interest bearing warrants are Issued so the states creditors will not have to discount their debt and no unusual appropriations are made this session the deficit will disappear In two years even without a bond Issue However the legislature la liable to adjourn without doing anything to relieve the situation unless some of the leaders on both sides can get together and agree on some measure that will meet with the approval of the senate and house One of the three good roads bills that ware introduced In the senate by w iLxm5W Senator Bosworth has passed that body though It was bitterly fought by Senator Thomas and several others j The bill passed provides for the es tabllshment regulation and mainten I ance of public rods and defining the duties of the state road commission and creating the office of county road engineer in each county The other two companion bills provide for the creation of a department of good roads In the state government and provides for aspeclal tax of 5 cents on the 100 to create a road fund to help the counties build good roads Those who oppose these measures say they will result In all sorts of confu scan and entanglements and that the additional 5cent tax will cause the widest dissatisfaction The friends of the measure however say there Is no danger of entanglements and trouble and that the masses of the people are clamoring for better roads that the only real opposition to the bills come from those counties that already have splendid roads They further say that these splendid roads In central Ken tacky were In many Instances built with state aid and that these coun ties now are opposed to allowing the poorer counties the same benefits that they themselves had many years ago Whether the bills will pass the house er not can not be safely foretold yet but there is no denying the fact that tho bill providing for an Increase in the state tax rate to 55 cents on the 100 will be unpopular especially about the time the taxes are being collected The movement to permit women to vote In all school elections seems to have met with fatal discouragement In the house as the bill giving them that privilege has been reported un favorably by the committee The leading women of the state haze been here In large numbers from time to time this winter urging and talking with legislators In the Interest of the bill and for a time it looked to have a tine chance to be enacted The sen ate committee has reported the bill favorably In that body and it will probably be passed by the senate whenever It comes to a vote but it is very doubtful If the house will even consider the bill any further The women say the men have had entire control of the schools In tbls state foi years and years and that time illiter poorIa see If better schools and more educated people will be the result Dates for Military Inspection Orders have gone out from the de partment of the Adjutant General for an Inspection of companies of the Kentucky State Guard and an inventory mid survey of property Inspec tions and examinations will take plac us follows Lexington February 21 and 22 Cynlhiutio February 23 and 24 Cat lettsbunj February 24 and 25 Salvers vllle February 2fl Beattyvllle Febru ary 28 Mlddlesboro March 2 Whites burg March 4 and 5 Pinovllle March 7Sme set March S and 90wcnsboro March 14 and 15lIendereonMarck 16 Marlon March 17 and 18Madlsnvllle March 18Earlington March 21 Hop klusvllle March 22 and 2t Bowling GreenMarch 24 and 25CalhoonMarch 26 Hartford March 28 heitchfleld March 29 and 30 ARNOLD Fob 21 Health in this community Is very good at ths wrttlng- Mr Alva Evans Mr Ezra Evans and Mr J H Evantj warm preparing to ship their tobacco to OvrenHlioro Ky They arc not swtlsfLod with the Foraieru Union and A S of K prices Mr R A Limy of Balztfowii Ky visited nt HarvJa Daughterly and at Parry Evans tot Sunday Jf Mr JO Albhi tits purcd Mr Ellis Cooks farm near Balzobritrn and will shortly move to it Mr WlHie Cook has sold hJaTanm to Mr Jamey Wilson Mr Cook is mov- Ing ito Butler county r Mr Mack Cook our ncwjfntagte trato PaP he would like for the boys Jo get busy enthrone Is nothing ding in hds office SinxoFs to The Republicanauc- its roadomatr e r h lcqe PLEDGE WASKEPT IDOWNWARD REVISION OF THE TARIFF BY PAYNE BILL WAS SUBSTANTIAL BRYANS PLATfORM IS FALSE High Prices In No Way Attributable to the New Customs Law Pertin ent Remarks by Congressman Boutell and President Taft Washington William Jennings Bryan Is advising the Democratic pay pers of the country bow to run the congressional campaign of 1910 and get a Democratic majority In the next house of representatives He admits that he has given his advice to each Democratic member of congress but that most of them have overlooked It Now here Is Mr Bryans plat form which he says Is to bring suc cessThe Increased cost of manufactured goods Is largely due to an Increase In tariff rates The increase rather than a decrease in the tariff rates Is due to a betrayal of the public by the Republican party As every schoolboy who is old enough to read knows this statement Is wholly untrue and every part of it is a malicious abominable wicked vi cious falsehood There has been no Increased cost of manufactured goods that can in the least degree be at tribute to the new tariff Raw cotton is high very high though no one but an Ignoramus or a knave connects the price with the tar iff for cotton is on the free list If cotton goods are any higher it can therefore In no way be attributed to the tariff There was rfo increase In the duty on cotton goods save In the case of a few high prlced goods which the masses do not buy In regard to flax hemp and jute and the manufac tures from those materials practical ly all the changes In the new tariff law were reductions of the duty In wool and woolens there was no change In Iron and steel and tho manufactures of there were very sub stantial reductions The same can be said of wool and manufactures of wood and of earth earthenware and glassware and chemicals There was a reduction of the duty on boots and shoes and the duty on hides was ta ken off altogether Revision Was Downward There were increases on silks and silk goods and on spirits wines and beverages and other luxuries There were 2024 Items In the Dingley law 1150 were left unchanged the duty on 220 was Increased and the duty on U54 das decreased The duty was decreased on goods having the consumptive value of 5 000000000 and excepting luxuries increased on goods having the con sumptive value of less than 250000 000 In other words the decreases were more than 13 times the in creases considering consumptive value of products affected The public was not betrayed The platform pledge to revise the tariff I was not only kept but It was revised very substantially downward ns the people were given to expect by the party leaders Moreover the new tariff has already fully vindicated time wisdom of Its farmers those who passed It and President Taft who signed It From a revenue standpoint It has really exceeded all expectations there being an Increase already of 40000000 The revenues are lover about equal to the expenditures the deficit for the year will be small if It bo not wiped out alto getherEveryone in the country who wants work can get It and besides we are taking care of nearly 100000 Immi grants a month Wages and employment are at the highest level In our history and the only cloud In a clear sky of prosperity is the high prices of certain kinds of food This however cannot be in any way attributed to the new tariff law as the duty was reduced on nearly all food produ s High prices are the rule the world over and It is to be hoped that the cause and remedy will be found and that in the near future relief will come In this direction- It is not believed that Mr Bryan and his followers will be able to do celve the people as they were deceived In 1892 Never were our farmers so prosperous never were our mechanics and laborers so well rewarded Never were our savings so great as now From every standpoint the new tariff is working splendidly and under Its operation wo have entered an era of progress and prosperity against which Mr Bryan cannot make much head way with his effort to preach calamity and treachery Boutell on High Price Probe As regards tho investigations con cerning high prices they will be thor ough and complete In this connec tion the following extract from a ray cent speech of Congressman Boutell of Illinois Is given- I would like to see the tariff ex perts appointed under the Payne tariff act take this up and look into the prices of imported articles I would like to see the senate committee look Into the whole subject of prices I thisI bers of the minority take It up J would like to see an investigation nto this matter of prevailing high prices made by a committee composed of one delegate each from the boards of trade of every southern state But you gentlemen from the agricultural Y of NLXz v districts Ten do lot waat all InTt14- JaUQ and the country Is onto your bluff you are letting letters from your constituents and they are saying We do not want any Investi gation that will reducethe price of cat tie We do not want any investigation that will put cattle on the free ist We do not want any Investigation that will reduce the price of wheat of corn of oats of rice That is the trouble you have made a mistake you have put your heads into the noose and we are going to draw it tighter and tighter and we are going to show the country the blunder you have made in attributing an advance in prices to the Payne tariff I close with a statement which everybody who has studied the Payne tariff knows is true Every man in this body ought to know it Investl gatlon by a commission such as I have suggested made up exclusively of Democrats from agricultural districts would prove it and it would be aunan imous report of all that Investigated this subject of high prices There Is not In the Payne tariff law a single advance in rate above the Dingley rates that Justifies an Increase in the final retail price to the ultimate con sumer of a single necessary article of food of clothing or of household use Read that statement in the Record tomorrow morning and ponder It That Is what you gentlemen of the minority do not want to have shown And the agricultural districts are opposed to any agitation that threatens the present high prices of their products Tafts Lincoln Day Speech Here are some pertinent extracts from President Tafts Lincoln day speech In New York In what respect has the Republican party failed in its conduct of the gov ernment and the enactment of laws to perform Its duty It was returned to power a year ago last November by a very large majority after a campaign In which It made certain promises In its platform and these promises it has either substantially complied with or It is about to perform within the present session of congress Wo did revise the tariff It Is Im possible to revise the tariff without awakening the active participation in the formation of the schedules of those producers whoso business will be af fected by the change This is the inherent difficulty in the adoption or re vision of a tariff by our representative syM fgm Nothing was expressly said in the platform that this revision was to be a downward revision The implication that it was to be generally downward however was fairly given by the fact that those who upheld a protective tariff system defend it by the claim that after an Industry has been estab fished by shutting out foreign compe tition the domestic competition will lead to the reduction In price so as to make the original high tariff unnecessary I repeat therefore that this wu a downward revision It was not down word with reference to silks or liquors or bigk pricedtettose IB the nature of luxuries It was downward In respect I to nearly all other articles except wool tjj ens which were not affected at all Certainly it was not promised that the rates of luxuries should be reduced The revenues were falling off there was a deficit promised and it was essential that the revenues should be inlcreased 1 I It was no violation of the promiserto increase the revenues by Increasing the tax on luxuries provided there was downward revision on all other ar tides Customs Receipts Growing Of course as the country Increase in populattfln the customs receipts Increase but even considering the pops latlori the Increase In the tariff ro 1 celpts has been marked Under the Wilson tariff the average annual cus toms receipts per capita were 238 under the Dlngley tariff 322 while under the Payne tariff they are 371 For the six months that the Payne tariff has been In force the total receipts both from customs and internal revenue have been 32389923191 while the disbursements have been 33278328308 showing that the ex byionlyas yet from the corporation tax For the corresponding period last year the expenditures exceeded the receipts by over 40000000 This showing Indi customsllawout and that to meet our normal ex pendltures we shall have ample revenue 1 If the Democratic party were a Y solid cohesive ppposltlon guided by one principle and following the same economic views as they hold the situ ation would be far more discouraging hasbeenernment for the last 17 years It has discharged those responsibilities with wonderful success The problems grow- Ing out of the Spanish war and those which have come from the rapid accumulation of wealth and the greed for power of Its accumulators It has fallen to the party to meet and while they have not yet all had a perfect solution the record is one of which we have no reason to be ashamed We shall be called upon to respond to the charge in the next campaign that the tariff for which we are re has raised reasonablenrgumentlIt an fdifferent cause and that the present tariff being largely a revision down ward except with respect to silks and liquors which are luxuries cannot be charged with having increased all prices Children Cry i FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIA tm fI t WHITE GOODS OPENING The success attending our White Goods opening last week has been phenomenal The ladies know a good thing when they see it NO SUCH GOODS OR BARGAINS Have been offered here before The values like the goods are genuine They must be seen to be appreciated A Hint to the Wise etc This purchase consists of Persian Lawns Dimity Flaxon Nainsook Long Cloth Glas gow Linen all kinds Linen Suiting India Linen Batiste and numerous other items that pertain to this class of merchandise The lines we ok fer in the showing cannot 3 be equaled else where Our buying connection enables us to offer this abolute assurance to our patrons and we ask an inspection of the Varied lines displayed in order that you may convince yourself The Biggest Measure of Value is our mottoRemember this is one of the big merchandising events of the year You cannot afford to a miss this great opportunity CarsonINCORPORATED co1jtI Hartford Ky YI t