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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r UqrnblicdncFlFine Jbb Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per YearI ITVOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY tSIDAY MARCH 4 1910 No 33 I VOTERS ARE UNINFORMED Nevertheless They Are Called to Settle Questions Shipsubsidies Continue to Occ py Attention in Congress Will Build Great Battleship v Washington D CuFob 26W1i Is everybodys business is nobody- business and everybodys busing I the government of the United States Most men have enough to do with the government of their families sOme times assisted by recalcitrant wives and children but it they are pub licspirited they may turn their ot I tenton to village or county affairs and even know something about the affairs of their statewhethvyr it be Texas pr Rhode Island But when It comEs to natiional and international affairs not one voter in ten Is o tries to be well Informed Neverthe less this voter has his say In the moot dollcate multifarious and mo mentous of national and internation al affairs It Is wonderful syftem without having much system about it and one wonders how long dt will last or what will be tbe result o the evolution In popular governmenti There 19 a continuous discussion in Congress with reference to ship sub eldifiee The American carrying trade sixty yeara ago covered all seas and fchq Stars and Stripes could tos eben In every pert in the world The lag at ipresient is confined exclusively to our interior and coast Brade Two yeans ago when our battle ships cir cumnavigated thfc globe they were iwitto pipvlsions and coal by foreign vessels ExSecraiQTy of the Treasury Leslie Shaw has recently ma Se the startling aanounceemqti thab Japan is deleroninted to rule the Pacific or tinge Its waves with blood and he has added ito hU statfeoient details as to how Japan can do it He says that we hired twenty jven foreign strips to carry supplies fox around the world battleships and that one hostile shot from any coun try that owns a cannon woulduuder Inimnttlonial law have sent every ono of those twenty seven his home for no country can afford to have Its this Involved in ojir quarrels He fur thier atatod that In 1909 tile War Do panmtleait hired over forty foreign ships to do Its work and that We am standing food to the soldiers in theI Philippine Islands in Jaipenese ships He stated funtiher that Taipin can put two hundred thousand soldiers in Hawaii in thirty days without tiring a shcft and that it would take us two years to put tOO hundred thousand there The exrSecrcrtary of the Treas ury has a happy faculty of graphic stale meat and tlhi3trationand his combina tlon of arithmetic amd rhetoric a vivid Impressive and true picture For better or worse we have become a Sir tclass power and a part of the raterncxtldnal system This has been brought about through our Hawaii and our Phdlippintesr Tho ecuTe Insularity once afforded us by the two great oceans is no longer ours We must be able to defend our frontiers Hawaii in midPacific and the Phil ipphwa in Asiatic watera Wo can not do ebbs without soldiers ate ships not only warships but colliers and oomimissary ahtpsv How ore WQtoc get Tailors and ships wfluon owing to our tariff othkjrr nations cap build ships and employ sailors for halt the ipnlco that we mutt 1 ay As Mr Shaw says These are not state secrets Everybody knoRto hem ex cept voters We are building batitle la ahdps and this Is well put battle- shiPs Ny without colliers nnd trans 9 ports are absolutely worthies In case of war we could bet get our Atlantic fLeet to SanfraooiEcb No yes eel In toe fleet can carry enough coal to itakoit there We havla no Col Uers and could then hire none ExSecWitary Show further Btaited that If every powdermill in ttho United States was to mako powder fcwetarty four boors per day for thirty lays i the product would last our present m Navy only itwohours President Ta t1a advooaldng b na vail ProgramcaUlnc for t ef buildlpi of tiwo kunw bttl of 25- Nhcdeand ton clans IIiOk yaw Until I V I I the Panama Canal shall be finished Thia means ten battleships of heaviest tonnage and guns He dealr ed to carry out the Roosevelt Big Stick policy Under the impression that the bent safeguard against war Is to be fully armed for Kt The Pan ama Canal it is calculated will be completed in 1905 and it la urged that alter its complation the ntwal pro gram can bo reduced for then instead of sanding fleets around Caw Horn Paclfluborder they can be sent through tho Canal and coaled at several dope t9 of pun own ell route it is thought that Congress will make an approprl atlon for time two ships a year pro groin asNew Machine Guns t Washington Feb 27Tho army has just adopted a now type of machine gun which has some nenrarkaiblo points of advantage over the existing Suns The new weapon la ED small can be carried by a man or two ait full equipment of rams and ammu nltion Moreover it has the Imponlant advantage that it can be fired frown the shoulder and consequently Is much less subject to attack and cap ture by the enemy- r The ammunition is carried pn stee strips and the new gun is mid to be free from the danger of choking while tne barrels are carried n duplicate and can be almost Instantly changed when they become heated from rapid thing TOBAGGOIN FOREIGN TRADE Despite Enormpus Home Produc tiop this Country Buys Abroad Almost as Much as it Sells Washington Feb 2SThe United States lleads the world as an oxenl1 orI of tobaoco and is the second lead ing market in the world for ittoe im ported article according to statistics of the department of commerce and labor last year the United States supplied to the international marksts 41000000 in a total of approximate ly 150000000 worth of tobacco and of manufacturers from the plant Moro titan 1000000000 worth of tobacco and its products have passed through ports of the United States since 1890 the value of the exports In that parted having aggregated 046 000000 and the imports IriJo the United States 386000000 Theeo figures are exclusive of trade passing between this country and conttlgu ous territories In 1909 alone clgara and other tobacco brought dn from Porto Rico were valued at 5375000 Shipments of tobacco to Alaska Hawaii and por- to Rico weio valued at nearly 2000 000 Second to the United States in ex portation of tobacco lath year was CUDawhIch Bhfpped 31500000 worth the Dutch East Indies ranted third with 23 000000 and the United Kingdom fourth with 7000000 Germany and1 the United Statta are tho worlds loading markets shy former Importing 35000000 wont lust year and the United States 30000 000 of which 26000000 was raw finer terial The tobacco crop of the United States in 1908 was 718000000 pounds valued at 74000000 Revenue derived from domestic tobacco in 1908 was 50000000 The total of duties collected on imported tobacco in 1909 were 23250000 Miner Seriously Hurt Charka MulUganan employee of the enilral Coal and Iron Company at I VMcHenry while engaged in loading car In the mine was perhaps fatal Injured yesterday morning about oclock being caught toy falling coati Ho was seriously cut about the bead and hut Internally Dr Smdth was immediately called and gives no hope of the mans recovery Mr Mulligan ling a wife and two children aradi cameo McHenry four or live years ago Baptist Church Sunday Services Sunday school 945 preaching at U ain arid 715 p by the pastor Morning throne Saved to Bono at the evening hour tha subject Foolswhieh- wa announced tor last Sunday night will be discussed All wiH find a welcome ftttbJese services of i JUDGE hUFFY PASSES AM Aged Jurist Dies at His Home in Morgantown Figured in Kentucky Politics for Fifty YearsMember of Many Parties Morgantown Ky Feb 27 judge D L D Gulf one of the most prom nent figures in Southwestern Ken tacky for halt a century passed away II his home here this afternoon BUr rounded by his family Loganlryeans of age he moved Vt Hartford where he studied law He was educated in the publl schools and college at Glasgow In 1857 he married Miss M A Monroe He settled In Butler county 4n 1834 1and was admitted to the bar In 1830 at Morgantown He was appointed by President Lincoln as Aasirant Mar shal to take the census In 1860 He MorgantawdIn 1862 he was elected County Judg I of Butler county as a UnionDemo crat and In 1866 was re lereted as- a Union man agindi tho Dcmociiatjc nominee In 1868 he was on Elector on the Grant and Colfax tIcket In 1876 Judge Guffy became a Gneenbacktr and ran for Congress onthat itioke He was again elected County Judge of Butler for two terms on the Greenback ticket in 1878 and 1882In 1891 lie was nominee for At torney General of Kentucky on the Peoples Party ticket He returned again to thle Republican party in 18J3 and In 1891 he defeated Judgj ReeVeS Democratto the Appellate bench Be tare lib term had expired hh was promoted to Chief Justice In 1903 he was elected to tile Kentucky Leg- Islature Judga Guffy had linen critically HI for several months fnmo an attack of the Snip and the Infirmities of age Ills wit3is also seriously 111 and her death is expected at any moment Mrs Guffy 13 70 years old It is Bald that Mr and bins Gully have never rucoveired from the speck they re celved last November when their son Estill Guffy was accidentally killed by a runaway team at Beaver Dam Judge Guffy leaves one son and sixI daughters They are Lenndier Guffy potfmastor at Haytl Mo Mrs S J Thompson of Henderson Mrs J B Render of Louisville Mrs nabal Householder of Toledo 0 Mrs Lily Campbell Cairo Ill and Mies curaI Guffy of MorgoantonI COOL SPRINGS March 2Thero are several sick In this community Mr M M Tate went to Hartford Saturday on business Mrs Lula Miller and little daughter and Mrs Molly Hlncs and rMs HenvJ woro the guests tO Mrs Annlo DcnI eon Tuesday Mr and Mrs Georgia Cox are the proud parents of a fine girl Meesm H L and Gilbert Hosklns were the guests cf MrG W Benson Saiturday night Mr and Mrs M M Tate and Mr Willie Stevens were the guosta of Mr and Mrs T C Dennis Thursday ovenlng Miss Marie Fogle spent Saturday with Corinna and Thelma Dermas Mr Roy Fulton to McHenry visit I h19 home from Friday until Sunday Meters C C and J B Dennis who have ban sick are tx zno bettor at this writing Mrs Lizzie Bryant and daughter Mies Daisy woro the guestb of Mrs Norah Fulton Saturday eveningaMr Eo Scott Owent to Hartford Thursday Mr TC Dermila and Mr AL M Tate spent Friday night at Mr 811- A Davenportsat Rochcetcr Mid Collie Cox visited Mrs Stella Hedger Sunday Mlsa Bessie Bryant pent last wtaek with her cousin Mlsa Annie Kennedy i Mrs Ellen Kmlght Js right sIck at this writing Mr Archie Miller wan tta guest T4r Cypep Nannejr JMnlckiy nlight I BIG FLOOD OUT LOOK Ohio River Promises to Go on Record Breaker i Vast Tracts May be Submerged And Thousands of Dollars f in Property Lost The highest water of tho year la upon he towns along the Ohio and the river is on a boom Following the sudden fall of tho river which wa of short duration the water began to rapidly rise and has risen a numb of feet In the past day or so at this point The river can almost be see n climbing tho bank and little tof It re mains uncovered A rise of several foot will likely be added to the big d stage by morning The sudden 1lw has been caused by the melting scow- in the mountains and the heavy rains from above It Is expected that be fore the crest Is reached the high stag will reach the flood mark Many small towns along the swollen shores are partially fooded Flodwarnlngs have been sent out from Washington that one of the greatest floods since 1884 when the river rose to 478 feet at Owensboro Is sweeping down the Ohio At Pltteburg the flood dens reach 22 feet with prospects of the niyo at this point going to 28 or 29 feet causing great damage On the Allegheny and Mononsahsla watershed great masses of Ice an snow have been melted amp washed down all of which hats added to tho rapid rise The worst flccd of the year at pros ent exists In the OhIo Valley All river craft has been given careful attention on awmm n the rise which brought a very swill- current Boats were made extra se cure with tapes and Hues The inhabitants of Louisville liv fag in the part of the city known as tho Cutoff which Is directly undo I bho levee in the eastern part of hie town have procured car wheels frown the city railway and laid these hOllY wheels on the tl owe of their houses to keep the high water from washing away the light cottages The suffering in Louisville will bo felt by the poorer classwhile in Cin cinnati it will be the vfhiolssalo dlsrtrtlct that loses when tho water rises out of its banks FOR THE BUSY READER Telegrams from Congressman J Campbell Cantrlll of the Seventh district were received announcing that ho will bo a candidate to lsucceed hlinSelf in Congress Prosecutor Garvon of Hudson county Now Jersey has asked tiny State Supremo Oouit to compel the big beef companies to bring their minutes of directors meetings wlUhln jurisdiction of New Jenfoy S A H C Mann was stubbed Iby Will so Williamson a negro who entered the atMann home at Vldaila Ga and as 8 saulted Mrs Mann The negro was Pursued by an angry iposee and killed at Potrose live miles from ydalIah Investigation of alleged cold storage evils was resumed by the Hudson county N J grand jury which last ofweak indicted the KMialled beef trust including the constituent firms andtl Individuals the directors and ficlalebAfter a two hours conference with C resident Taft loaders of Ooognesa announced that they would oppose amendments ID the several Ad appatantotifered jn a spirIt hostile to the At purposes of the proposed laglaV lation Among those nt tho conforenci H ASveakeri Tho Ohio River at Cincinnati fell 1Ilin that section A further tire is expected when the high watferg trojn the upper river reached there today or tomorrow but with the present mar gin of safety the danger mark of fifty feet probably will not bet reached Kentucky Will Send Soldiers to Indiana Indianapolis Ind Feb281en tucky will Sand three tegimnets of in fantry with band and one field hos p1ta1 to the National Guard maneu Vera that are to bo held a Fort Ben jamln Harrison aver here next sum mer according to infornraitlon reculv ed from tho War Depaiitment Th dates set tor Kentuckys participation are September 12 to September 19 Six States altogether will be at the tort Regulars to be in camp here are Three troops of the Fifteenth cav airy from Fort Sheridan one bats tort of the Fifth Field Artillery iron Fort Sheridan one baJtroy of the FurleSheridan ten companies of the Twen tydxth infantry from Font Wayne and Fort Brady ten companies of thlo Tenth infantry now at Font Ben jamin Harrison two conrparulcs of en glneers Company A of the Signals Corps and onelialf of Company C of the Hospital orpa t t PACKERS WILLBE HIT HAR May Move to Dissolve Companies at Once Unless They Complyr New York Fob 28TJle next move coupdors and their companies will be vf apply at Trenton the State capital for tho minutes of the accused cor poratlonIf are not produced an order will bo asked compelling the com shhultd COU Prosecutor Careen would net say torvlght when ho Intend to take such steps but ft was undrcsjood ho will do so tomorrow Tho Sheriff will shortly report which of the corporations and their officers indicted are now in his jurisdiction Copies of the capiases and indict meats agalnvo those elsewhere will then bo sent out to the Police of the counties whom they live If itho police decline to madia ar ests the Governor of Now Jersey will then make requisitions for extradition AETNAVILLE March IOur school closed at thisIplate Feb 18 with Mrs J H das ered by the teacher and IUpltsaI large crowd was presentIMiss Ruth liter sister Mrs Arthur Ford of HerbertMiss Amby Haynes was the guest of itjlatlves at Haynesvllle Sunday Mr and Mrs J H Loyd who have been the guests of relatives at CiOm well for a week neturned hmco Mon dayThe BraEhear Coal Mine at this place has stopped work on account of much water Coal is now being run tho Lyons Mine of which Newton McKinley are managers Thou Is still plenty of coal at Dlvens Mine Miss Dorsde Loyd of Fordsville who as been visiting relatives at ths place returned to her home lark week Mr V B Morgan of Ralph was th3 guest of his son Mr E H Morgan this place one day last week Mr Charles Divans made la business to Louisville Saturday Mr Jesse Loyd of Reynolds has- een appointed as mail carrier for route 2 from that place with Mr love Loyd of Aotnav4Ue as substl a tuto Success to Tile Republican and its many readers Iarrledrthe residence of the brides father near Fordsville February 23 Mr WI Rhoades and Miss Beulah EvnnslMessrs Manley nd Joseph Drown and Misses Willie Rose and Ida Mitchell Elder 1 T Cole of the ChrIstian church official Tho happy couple left next day r Whltesvllle where they will make their future home They have the good wishes of a host of friends dO DEATH IN SNOWSLIDE Mining Camp Enveloped by Mountain Avalanche Harrowing Tales Related bye Those Who Are Rescued From Drift Spokane Wash Feb 2SDWct ty tour are known to be dead as tlw result of the snow slides Sunday and today in the mining district of Northern Idaho To tho nineteen known to have perished In the snow tJIdos at Maco and Burke Idaho last night nnd thin morning aro added three more who died in a similar dlsartfr about noon Sunday when tho camp of the Carbonate Hill Minting Company at Mullan Idaho was deitroyed Two more were killed at Dorvey Idaho latjj this afternoon The fight against time and cold of littleDarmy of men who hope to find UTadep the heaps of ruin III tho ravine amm who have oecapod death TlV3 rescurers have dug frantically for many hours Every available able bodled man has born prosed into service old men and toys joining tho ivscue force Mace Is si tta ll ritie creek bed and the niounitln rise high on either side of town Too main lJQdof the avalanche which started from the top of Custer Mona laIn passed beyond the town and striking the opposite slope with ter rltic force rushed up w tho opts site moun alp side Tho canyon Is fU led to a depth of from forty to fifty feet The cHunage to the town was darn by a branch of ttb main eMdetW iIcJi harried a construction train from the track as it plunged into tile ravine As It rolled up tine other sida tit de molished the houses in its patb aoU atoped a iJiort dlstivnc beyond rite Pascoe home The boarding hcu o ot the Standard mines whale about 300 miners wero sleeping was misled by 120 feet The first fUde which almost wll1 out the town of Mace occurred ae 1043 oclock Sunday night whMo all except the men on the night shift in tnb mine were sleeping The Burk avalanche cccurired at 530 ocllckthJ morning That more lives wieio nut lost at Burke is due to Swinum S Rowe foreman of the Hocla mina Realizing the danger thait thrait ned the sleellttg citizens of tho town A mile fairtehr up tho atn im he Kent Clement to Burke to urouso tho Inhabitants and urge them to seek refugeFour of those who lost their Uvti3 at Burke were members of tho roocu patty that had been at work at night at Mace Among the last to bo takan out of of Ura snow alive at Mace was Mrs George Hooper nn old womAn Who lived on tAo outskirts of the town Show was burled thirteen fret under the snow and It took four hours W rescue her Show tend suffered from the cold but was not badly injured At the time tho slide occurwl said R J McLood of Mullan who with his son John A MoLefld was rescued after being burled for two hours i was sleeping in a small bunk room just off the compressor My son was on shift at the compres son I was aroused from Sloop wtoon ho ran In to the bunk room crying papa papa Tho slide struck the building with great force and wo were burled under whirling mass of snow and tlmbbrs My son was knocked upon the bed and lay upon me With the exception of my right hand I was affable to I worked this hand freo and managed to tempo away enough tmow to give us air The little tftwni of Burke it was a teamed today is burled fifty feat under amass of snow and eonth The slide is 3000 feet loam and completely fills the neaten x James Rodgers who was supposed- to have perished was rescued at Burko lato tWs afternoon Ho hod been borJed In the snow elgbt hbttis AH bs aid ERE ELIUS LAW SugisVictory is Won By Grow in Court of Appeals Court Holds That Law Does Violate State or Federal p Constitution Frankfort Ky Fab 2JIn ref e19 JUb the pu nwat of the Chriscase Circuit Court Thuml3y in of the ommonwealth agafnt Themas Hodges md R West the court of JICAg susttlnotl the constitugon of the amandmout w too Cna pooling law which prohibits the paral chnsng of a pooled crop and pier dlo a pena1tytheretor Ilodgu3 and 5est ere Incctcd- vlolaUon of the la but the IC- Vourt sustslnud Uter demurrer to Indictment In an extended op COUrt of Appeals uphold the law ts j betng ylolatie neither of the nor State onstltuttons FederalI l The court says the nd against Hodges and Wlost Is Muffle font I and their demurrers thentto- ImprotxrIy WeN sustainedrThis c1t1l011 will be of farroocllI lug etteot in the Sate l1umorI t lrosCUO1ons hate boon g under AUthont of thltI IneThe court affirmed In order of 5- ley af Court transferring the suit ofb L O Lemons admtnstrtttor ago thQ L X railroad from ilia S to the Federal blurt The cult was for 25000 danrage3 for the dear h lnmon tL fireman tlao uctIou t brought under the employes httb flII rata attfrmed In the cses of the I- ittrg iris Ctncinnatd Chicago and StJo lou Rnllaay Company agttns- Eeph IlIum Robert Blum an 1n- fora of nppelkla aeg run owr b train and lest n leg the jury i ee1 4ng 1SOO damages ngtIws the rnllroadJudoueut i of the Putk Cut to- Cont I ea Q of John Klmn rer sgdtta- Oinv kh stud TeQI ett Ktmme- a rerenatity Cltaetable klUed Wtllfam Plte- akeu lpsh too latwt festhted amt IeCOUJ1t aria ion tDone Years In the- tradtoMlary which tlso court rev iasr Ist tucrfoas Jt aay ICamtn- arts ctaarh atJt1td to n Irdf 1s ttatredoaTh utCourt was atflm Teri In arc of Cautllu Art uuSaln Comll1ODwetkh He a gttan to 4 ytrh for the tnutder of George t nonJnBntesst ut Chrieiian Court was fuI Ined u tote cue of the I C br raUrol Ogl t loUfe Poster Apt IIlet a cola d rhool teGebtr- Mood cobI Ui d3ut ta for I11IUTe of ap l nuts train W trop at Tt- Et Ue for thrill after tae ksd trou- n tkketJudgetrau Itt ot the siarion Clreult Ooa ras rtenlsl in Wa ota II CommonwElath w1tnt Bu- pluSa titsfxrvlror J l iIUng Company The Iowe eot1It held the not of 1905 nolaU the cab of Uquor In oval optttD 1Jrtta rttrob manutadur s Inradkt The COUrt no1 tIll ec i9 rtl11 oral To QUbarbDont Broak Down J C Svsee yTau Ull the vital orgIna like tralpi on maeluerycausy bre sk downs You cant overtax snnmchSoIivr ktdllls 1IoWeIOJ u OUt t rrlaua 1i1le VJ ourself Jf YOU are watk or run down 01 und- estmt r of any ktud take Bkxrtrle Bk tfs the ntatchlt t tome medicine Irs J E 1nn do sntle of lrklend H IIIwrl4I That I did nt bhetk- Whil Home down sidle otshtrdng s molt aevdr +r strain for thr morttlat is duewh + rl- ly that to Electric Bit0e th them con and enjoy health and srtrcugUI Saz- isfacaon flat gmaratrLtI GO Cents at nil normal lrunL t IU Dad Heres to You J- Wo happened ill n home the other under uigbt and over the parka door aw table too legend worked in l rely ot rut that Js HOIllt Without IothnrI real crofl tho room Was another brief Goo Dkas Our Home Now whntt the 1iu user wlOI God Bknr Our Dad lie gel up earl man lights the fhu balls On ogg ttnd- a9pes olf taw dew oft Ll1 with lira bootR while muJG a mother Is after shaping Ito makes the aekly handout made for the butcher the groceer the milk man and thz baker and his pile badly Suomi billow he h e been that home an hour I guilt It there Is a trots during the night collar In kicked Intho back and made to as IJllrglarllJCCoLd wt U crh M p Yx l1 phoo end thee noodles and the yarn atrtorward Mother does up rhoituft wall dad bought it ail and ors and ar coat like the mischief buys the chickens for the Sun dinner cartes them himself drJws the neck from the tubes 55ara s all right but what ds hotuv without a father Ton chanons to ono its a bo1rdJnghoL a father is under a widowNotfaultsnu soot hate krs of but rousv all right and WO wnt rou when routy gonePenctcola- tiaa A Strange Duck Story The sssngaK ttcddrnt recorded In loaal hl t cry occussr9 on Sund January 26 at Dos Moines Iowa Apwhen Rhadunatnbus a duck a IOwalIushundred pieces OTood of w struck Silas perkins in e sightfor r was the p1trellnwas taking a Sunday morning tIro1l Upon returning from church JrWe rldn3 dhcot zrtd his pttro dUCk In a somewhat logy condlttnt Tell rata marks aroUnd the Fens toIw i1 re POrt and Mr Perkins ran into the hone holding both hand otvt ono A surgeon was called who und that the eyeball had been pcmctrat a fragment of flying duck and cptlcLtc atWOULD INCREASE CIRCUIT CLERKS FE Bill Passed by House of RepI fangresentatives Lasts eekIFrankfort Kr Fob 26Rep R E Berry of Oaen behind n bill for the bnultt fpln court dorks GUld it pa- afll lncQSt their tees trr7r m riall In those taountles uhxh nd Theetrr IIellpropos by Rept+ DaUe Be tryno 311ttD 1eU011 seas lienttcky tt by tretutdtr an order o rte Iiieonuderoroof thQ toad sufkn toot M mod otoraeata before same lUlU bo t dI tot eatvtrer The rood salYrof ir 1J1 out man smaU sum Abill dbj rnd 1111111015 ssatt to era n111 aIa J is oettttagd tha luerClfo the few or 11sI ofughe to a lroIcure Letrippe and Colds la 24 ICKS Cold and LaGrippe im Medicine ITABL u 1m l1U1st drts ut itt tka uzl ZSc t iltadahall MedIcine Co Emnilleld the andet them post paid Guaranteed I me facts About Hypnotism hVPOOlththlm t3 ass Addington Bruce In tile Wamns burg Coropaabn for March And to e Borne sill c1ng to the I hlmac cxlme3 an pct=bG t nums of edentltlc opinion 13 a no traraau who would not In hl tot W1e petptrate the cr3 are tht- su 4d would perpa aro It it At hytlootlzed Is equally certain though that Jng hrtrottc inlluenca tieaple are walt w ClCCUKd themsehket of cram tieIdanger which ought to be our 29lofThe Is reason to bellere that lug y palace conteSionS exto rtedat theIward found to bo Untrue arc ed In a bJlnotlc Kate 1he tlN prwibho is guilty and knows h0- y 13 Ing may develop in him that pi hard hsterlcal condl doa In a Meh ly has already lrert said he may had spontaneously hyno JlJCl by killed utoshoctcd nose or the suing dden W or n light i sotto L c k TAKEN FROM CIVIL WAR NOTE Book OF JM LEACH Weektor I barch 1General price 1OYIp ed hJtus tor the tastflmc In this raabte He told us that he was to 11rol command tot tOOt cumYifhIJsoon as we could be ed should follow him that ho did not untUour9ta1Woan as1saatRtlet days of marching through rIch though broken country ats t eaclied Grand Gulf This has been quLte n handsome and business place but sayevery truss In the place The town way on a lea hlUswabttcrhA little some town the blurt rung la Cto tho tier and on this wo ore placing three large guns and a dl ataarite tonWN 0t r 3faroh 20TWs morning very earlr heard a cannon nt the gulf sun boats had run thl1 guatttlcL Port Hud and now was p3331 3nWe only had saint field 11leccs Way gave them tbo best rite had Xo I0 B on our s1dr on the side of tho enemy not known Starch 221 went to port Glbaott fo church n hrord a very good sermon This s very hando town four em tlohumhes a splendid oourthouEO a any handsome reyidencca I mtgllt have named before the putty urds I41d gardens of the south trot this place 15 IIJocnd of them nIl or a thing that J ever saw all sot In otvrgnons and grovel walks also the roung ladles are ro handsome Itto 10ESrd dinner while here and nemoo think they could not do coot for us Today March 27 Js set apart by the lre5Iden for Than ghing and prnJrE The brigade asmb1 1 tho plant aptsodnted but mnut ot were too far off to bear troy of- tho S1UDn but we could hoar tin te ladies sing ns only ladies of the 0snuW ron sing 10ro3lasuh OThls evening our a as rent to Grird Gulf mr tt tbaour gun op td tire on them and tbe 1IIt a dlrcced fire on usbUt dJJtrg daattae however the right last thedour s was a sad accident by t- sting he of a 20 pound parlot killing two and wounding eIghtCApril 4 1S6TllC tlrrt and and rvgimeuts Went on the west 911e the river to meet same Fadrt that acre lurking around In Loutsla pril i at daylight orders w ha- wo tB days cooked rations In OUr hwtl1el3cln and be ready to marsh A11rU rrliglke ISnumber bare made proo Iota Ind number tlIthat went over the river had n tagnothis morning killEd one woundod one and capvrad four Ftrlerals and a n CIberApril 16The ffth regIment we the river and relea tul thE ht retWont w to sup draxnres Some gun boats ha Pd YidEburg April 1S5e w 0reJoo3dcamP The gun bOats are 2 or SupratlesgtthatAprtlb heard In the direction of Fick Gorenorr Roats made I spee n the txops and used all of his thhe wa lilt few sensible remarks telling us as I the him he expo to fight to lam or gain our ladePenuen the cl he told us hardcelv d 3 dtstntch that the guru boas were eo and to tLtura to qusrtars for ord rs The Second anc9firing In cha evening beta non batteries and the boats Apr ot hThe gun bOOts have lJcn sight for Eerrral days and fir a snot occasIonCJ1ly This mOrn B oclock seven boats trade r appnrar4t lrotorex our guns a moat terrific fight commcac and lasted five hourl and ten minutes They intended to alencoJhorror ea to tht3 the=n and draw oft saute only fIXt= down the river four went back to limos two of trait boats are Wd injured and is npord that thap dry killed Our low was rive clear and twenty wounded Colonel ether ute Chief of Artillery of tho 113 old army wPS killed ace ocock au DIittthelr 1JOOt3 went down the a- pril I rlver shelling us as they pa A 30Thls moaning the boats aTe down below tho bend At B oc ast1 steamed up and down the rl- aro cannon hteard In thin dIrc1en ofV1 burg Wo understand 1D the that they were binding troops the mouth of Bayou per 15p bo6 orders to send to camp and Stave two days rations cooked Mary 1 As I have stated before robe en I had effected a crossing belw the mouth of Bayou PIer said General Green eras down them miih part ofc his brigade and ass tttCrclecd alout 12 oclock last nighl Our roglmeat was In the ditches Gorural Green thought he could do othig WIthout us So we were relivcj mrly In Wo morning and marched out to the battb field and after mrattelittrg In sight of the en611Y as many dmas as hwe could so tJmt rwe would appear talon QS sunng as we were our JIO sltlon was amtgated us on the aIght wing The enemy had taken two guns from us or from same Alobam ntpportlitre phat then1PIb eIu about 3 oclock 4011 our Col tithing to nova up to a paalon gars the orders torapni whicb wed dd but had not advanced but a few amIweremicagiv tittear through n caI1n thicket up a veryry high loll when we were met with a line of lntuntap just OYer ordenred and our posltlons until the Alabamians could lk brought our assistance which was done for as we commenced the cbarge they reoohld the orders to tall trtck ccton 0010gh el see ad became of the other troops he at last Sant Captain Oldham who won brought the news that we were out flanked and almcpt surrcundtd Cofand onel stet ready for any mernc told In low tones to march by the 1Mt flank but gate In a loud tone hernmoar to bayonets and charge Hkm fronttee to naeatr a in tact We were waIldng for the tear as QttC as we could We had nil open field to pass a through In easy tango et tha ene m all our right lank where many of our brave boys toll to rice no grcutearead carnlOUtkilled but far up as Inwau Est sJhanaand fall back abOut the time we did so ended the h of Port Ci6ran In which we 1 OurIwounded 500 m + Eacrossbridges May 2Jn line SOOn this mornlng front or We Port Glbvatu bridge t much fighting tn day altoumn to them another fig tt 11tntt all of CUr tenwil oglnla wasbMrosr lESt tv and son We ed t1oper att to back as OUr Company and two alto creekp to 0swas kept up all night across too river May tAL ten oclock this mornJng marched keeping a lOOkout to trot drawled some 1ght roll day May 5At four this morn1ng asod wlceth m1 camped on Gear creek Brigmd orders to ha In of cooked tawons on bandt 11s d also to tvductt our Laggrg- e toed blanket to a man and one clam ethdr clones InContlttued Next Week ala QUICKS ring COUGH hen MEDiCIN ring Quickest and best for coaghsG- ULRANTRZD Sold by druggists Slade WJJC Mte4eall MedicIJc Ce Irusrlne aL J ThSomeMany girls are dlsUnssed to observe mo- thltl their piano keys hats lost trio r cum whiteness attd are umlng tot a dingy color Drt geaulnet Rltaum Ivory tint The appQanano- at of keys can be greatly dmprove by M ok 1 ci covering them with w rather thIck pasta made ot onion juice and pre Paled chalk or whiting lbaving it- t for n few minutes curd wiping dt witha soft cloth a tnfro cut dill aam wlllter The keys mruld then me Pol oodiSOOd wUh a very litleswOOtollWI pIled with a soft duster and rub oft with Q very aJt clot Eery pol9hederksaway Tttty Is an opirallolll tvqulrfng a lit thelxpaste should he allowed to drop to be tween the keys It will brJghten a carpet wonder salottcaLtered over It or If after It dinsthat boolll MePt it is wiped OerwJth or sponge wrung out do c1 salt water A cup full of coarse BJL dlsroh ed in a hash of astir t brine of the right strength The use of the salt glues the pots even old and fabler aroru 01 a fresher tllJpeara1DC brJghteniI colors and quite removes Ithe du look which porsisa to gaherhngan asAn eecaslonat cut the moat careful whether one be a- I housekeeper or Q man who Is ban with tools and as It usually e when ono is In the midst of s small Job and porslsLt In bleeding ItOU Is tn9uenty most annoying Of course If the cut ds serious It should receive serious r mrtdera- onid bUt bleeding from a minor gash 00 stappal Instantly with a mlJe oil It one does act care for coal on the hands a little very strong will hsually do 4ulw as well As soon as the bleeding1s chocked 11 court plaster should be OIIJIIIIEd Stained and splotchy knives are sautre or keen mortification to alea ekeeveroho has spelt hours rubbing the blades with va poUshlng pre ratlong AU of might have bUan avohdcd had she bed the stain with n piece of pamtn which wpuld have cautalt to dIsappear lIS though by magIc Almost overt girl and uomxn hoerhad at sumo tlma the dlsareating- perience hoetxis of getting a pair of kids and so often a new prlrwot The nlSull unless preventive measures taken Is that they become u E1 hard as to ho most uncomptM ebb and unsgtrly lashoe6rubbed with soft cloth and whtJ Wi are still damp kerosene NI should be robbed do with a flannel cloth thi ttlaatdnent being rcveated when the first application is nearly dry T Place tho shoe In a norm placen stave or tirewhere they will dr I gradually More wrorIng Shunt ag1lll rub lu a llttla more kerosene Wen apply a good kid pJI1h In usual manner The shots vrtlll dten lets gtv no appeQmncc of hatln Cver In been wet and will be ptuiectly cern ontortable to are MINE WORKERSno atTO MEET MARCH 14 Union in The Country i Expected to Send Dele gates Ahtof the 3Uno Vi orkora of America l be held ill Gttcdtttratl att aarch A sill for the meeting will bo td from Indianapolis tomorrow every union lu tho coultr Is ThevdemamQureonforrearontgThis was rho U 111I1CIIIt of President lJOwls of rt1w Mint Workers tonight A Jewel Gizzard Rtxkftort lty Feb 27Mlsos Marla Terry ot Daxtot had for dinner Taws n chicken and thuroLy nCOvcoJo SSlon of a much prizutt lill mend ring lost taro yams ago Thu ng ling oats totted to ouCl away the gizzard of the fowl While gaUl lasttring and ynen trio unruly nbv Ix town till sold nil Lot n tow of fowls and these tluey klllc+ l- dresad and trozo and gratrkryl 11 u rre1JWhclI tto gizzard irf the one a fat old lieu was utu nod i to was found stored tlmrc1l11o qhu had evidently tmnllotrarty tdto and was ututLla to dlgotf it It Savod His Log All tlought Id lute my leg thhught Ill Itxtr my leg ASOIIUI of 1Ratarttrwu Will ycary ot oezetnu drat I5 It could not cure hind tLt brat laid up Theil DucklclIu Athdctt Sahtt U sound ond vrblh lutallubl a Skin Etvlnaa l czdtut salt Bon Fever HOros 11ut7tr nuDruggists ji THE GROUNDHOG attON TOHIS JOB aIs Doing ailighEy Good Wont is Saving the 1910 Fruit Crop For Us Now take our advice and doltt tam lnst the groundhog uecatro ironic continueImindtbwtlLacomplain but under the UUIcCS doarholddngesOD tto tiaras as it I s for19tstyd thus prcvcntlng the buds from bot fug kUIed by Rhe early dIining ttbez toYcome thaterassee cause to will live us some Mg julay peach neXt saw mer allCOOPER SCHOOLHOUSE canheft over from last Week lnctemgrtell HtJIleaW Cooper having filled the quidtobacco factory at Cromwell has Trutt basapoundti at that place ofNn1ghrawstrranLhemC Y Stevens wile and dough tar Elizabeth of Prentfs spent the day lost Sunday In this communltiy M r Cteil Cooper Beaver Dam Sperl whhSir Esker Colomaa and wife UnOaItdsltfd JII our commul6t a few d ya week Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS + CASTORIA Roundhouseear IPU- y sllie Henderson and S1 LOuis roll rood has announced that I new tetrad ntachlrwthe oft of this city have been arorBSng Loutatlllo since the old round house burned and now they will get tcutrn home soon The shop mon working ten hours a day hero rFor Sprains Sloans Liniment Is the best remedy for sprains and bruises It quiets the pain at once and jpartdoesnt need to be rubbedan onlightlyrInstantlyelieves swellingHeres Mr L Row n Bishop of Scran ofthisthe lIulldlng at noon for lunch Iand fdl spraining my wrist atfourhomelater Sloans Linimentand uclllt five or six times before Iwashandas usual linimentIs germkillerheals burns wounds and willdrawfrom of pollsonbus insect R6a600anJtOO aendepl Dr Zir1 Ii Ilattrl- htabr Ilua ILVrla- A br ALL EUROPE WILL liREET Theodore Roosevelt Like Conquering Hero Rulers and Statesmen Scientists and Soldiers Will Vie in Ex Iid tending Welcome r Chicago Feb 30WIlUam E Curtis In n Wathlntgton epedal to the Chicago Record Hexhd sUs- Never since Alexander OWo Great I1t3led Babylon with the OM exception of Juyus Ce wars return from lids cnmpllgn In Gaul hns the continent of Europa been so ftlnbdl up U- Yto proEPOOt of n vlEftor as it Is LJw sty arranging far the EeeeptJon oft Theodore Roc velt Kant DUd pal- lperots college prorESlOrs and se1en- tdslts soldm3rs and ta arkaten formed OclotJes and leglslatdve assemblies gee pniaparlng to give him a trlum phant we1eoine He has received Invitations from nearly every city ot prominence Inth Unttied KIngdom and the pluelpal countni2s of Europe lbe has been asked Ito lee Lure at universities Ho has been Ine vlted to banquets and to balls HO will be the boost of tbIo klbedive ot Egypt the king ot Greece the king ot Italy the omperor ot Austtia the Emperor ot orGmmniy the Pn sidnet- of France ttmo king ot England and yarlous other potentaea of lessor dm I portanee and all thle ambabsdors In- Washington except Mr Bryico and Baron Rosen have Jean summoned Home by their sovertgns to act as masters ot eerie uonies 11130 ItuUan ambassador Baron 1fayor des Plancho mils on tJ1Ic 24th Baton Hengelmuller the Austrian amv3SSi dot tails on March 2 M JISZIcpn the French nrnJUrodor gaits a tow days moor and thiteir object in going hi to osslst in the entLrtallunentt ot Theodorus Afrioanus tho gd+ aeest- llon hunter and hlpiropdtamus pursuer of modeI1n dimes Theodore Roosevelt is today the best kncwn man and undoubtedly i- must POpular mlln in the world and his triumphal luvaslon or Europe hallr ro parallel In htatory ro private citizen ol any Country lll1s evtor hall citizen or any country has e r lieeu- of0erod ilhe fitness and the nttlen tlonos he will roochC amid lie will bear them ort Qi9 glUr1nfly tend ag gracefully s my human being could do General Gttutt received b greamt many honors lIi1ld die lIa ft a 101111E nent 1mpit aloft upon every claS of- sodety WhEY1Pver he went by his iJm- pIc dignity his reaeenee anti the prertdge ot his mmnry renJwn but Roosevelt represients the other ex treme ot Amerdcntt Indlvtdualiity and its reception and ontertllnment will correspond Beware of Ointment for Ca tarrh that Contain Mercury I1G mercury will surely destroy the servo ot smell and completely derange the ivbcle system whet enter- Ing it through the musabus suu1ac3 Suchiarticles ghoul never bo used eX CEpt on prrcrcrlptlonn from rvputuble- physioians us the damage they will do ds ten fold Ito the good you cant pos ibly derive from them lIa1s Catarrh Cure munufaotured hy F T Cheney Co TQlodo 0 cottahrs no m2reury and Le taken internally ngtdtlg dliectiy upon the blood and muoollS tUlfacesof the cFtgrn III buyIng Halls Catarrh QUI be euro yoU gat tau genuine It Je taken Internally 4 and made In Nl0d0J Ohio bY F J Ohoney Co Te Imonials tube Sold by Drugglst5 Price 75c her bottle Take HanlS Family pUs for con sdpatlon Washingtons Monument The monument In The lenin ot OJl obeliSk erectied to the memory of- Goorgo Washington at the nastlana- loipthl is the finest monument In the Unl Sttttes and ono ot the finest In the world Itw finiShed fnthG year Is86 and wOs dedl cv tedon February 21 Washingtons- blydhday c that year falling on Sundry The ceremonies wore most imlras- stve the government the army and wavy and represcntt1fd es ot tfouielgn countrIes and men ot dletlnotin sin clvii life united to do honor to fho great Washington Notwlthstandinli the fact that the plan of a monument to Canera- l1ashington woe apvroved by Con gress In Wo latter pant bf lCCIl1lb r 1799 nothing wile SoD Inthe mat teT until 1833 when air ilssoeebion- of promwent nortons uDJdontookthe rr4fng of the rioeded funds bY flub v- eorilitton and on July 41846 dyad SO tar succoeded lu their a1bJchig1J How often do you eat tI is food A short time ago there appeared in the columns or one or the prominent magazines an article on building brain and muscle by the proper selection or the foods you cat surprisedto thednlcleScotch paper every reader would have expected to see place given to goOd oatmeal Britiapandquantities or Quaker Oats because it beingthetress and purity of all oatmeals Convenience and are served by the It is packedregular pack ages IOeand hermetically sealed tins tor hot Se hat the CClDe tone ut rho anouamont- was laid and durln the sUC edln- e1ghC yeses the shaft was cMlllelll tb the height ol 15G fCJ TGk work was Bmljlended on account of tha Civil War fwd nothing further was clone until to 1876 when Congress undertook Its completion The abaft or the Washington monument Is 555 feet hgth and the enrdre height ot the monument including the foundations Is 692 cot The tones ot w hlch time monument Is Constructed are great blocks ot crys cal marble from Maryland ot which there are moro than 18000 One hundred and eightyone memorial JDes have from tlratlto lash been contributed for use Jn the moraumna It cost atxiu4 1600000 wirdch oars- ratsed partly hy a Congressional ap proprlution and partly by private subsctdptlan Next In Importance to tIre W Ish- Ington monumnet among monuments n this country Is that conmwmo- rat4ng the battle or Bunker 111- 1wMch was dedicated on June the 17th 1843 SOMETHING ORIGINAL BY REV BRANDON Organization of Funeral Benefit Association Proposed by Methodist Minister I Rev D A Bmndou of Owcl1aooro m1ntEer ot the JI E church South conics forward with tllllOpG- slUon to NIIe members of time Kentucky and Louthille Conferences of his church to onganlze what he- styles A Funeral Benotit Aesocia- t4on among the ministers of the bwo- onfearalces He submits fin outMne of lllls plan which to say the lttat to gmmrend ttfe1t to the serious consideration ot the mrnLlcrs He prolwses that each minister together with his wire and children tIDould be hsvaed a sum of teen cents upon the death ot the minls0er Or a member ot his family and that honorary members bo secured who would pay a do1ar and not be a Isar- tlolpaang member In the benefits Mr Bnlndon stems to have the wwhble plan mapped out even Iro the sugges Jn of the name ot a genltlC11lan ill LOulsvllle to serve as secretary and treasurer ut the tvwockuflon Tough on Pat patrlc Murphy wh11o parshrg down 11mont s21 Fet Boston was hit oil head by a brick which tell from a building In ptocecs ot construction Ono ot the shit things he did utter being taken home and pit to bed was to send for n lawyer A few days later he received word to call as his lawyer hind sytt11at1 the- case Ira called and ocelved Live new 100 bills How much did you get h13 Asked Two thousand dollars And you give sue 5007 Say WllO was hit by that brick you or me7 OLATON Len over from last Week Feb 24MLns Maude Miller returned from Horton Friday Mr wm Coy left for Chicago Thursday where he his n position Mr Clyda Bryant wus Qielte trom Williams Mines Sunday latJn should have a teielihnne A Hne ltom House Buttnbh to Narrows onnecting here could lto Nttiit at u small expense and would beo dn estdtnable value Most aU other sections are well supplied with telephone service except Olafoa hell some erious acc llent occurs here We usuU ally send at tpessage to lOEe Branch or Narrows to make th tact lrnowtt to the outside world and Most or the i Wows tramm atlas sections is made knOW ito us through trio columnS I of our county 11111S i9w Llano his certainly come for our cItizens to wakee up The minority or our people know Alto need and altproclato the alue of n telephone eyettvmr and we think It tim y the majority jhou1d nude toreallzo the foot alro LAYS SISTER IN NEGLECTED GRAVE YARD Some Historic Facts About Sis ter of Kentuckys Noted Statesman and Commoner Ten miles above thotawn ot Leutaar- on what ds known as the old Dyro farm there Is an anrJquatcdl UjJng ground In which a number or the tint BtttrJcmIt that section of tlke Dig Sandy Valley were burled A report says that there is today lclIIly any thing wro to indicate that eudh a thng as n grave yard was ever there One might 1am over the ground n thousand time and unlta they wore told that they were within time tsacred- and hallowed prcchrts of a city or the dead they would never think of- srtelr a thing Portions ot ft are saId to have been lowed over by tile farmers who have owned the place cattle and sheep have grazed tyban the grounds and In many ways the old grave yard has been destcrated until It has practically toasted OOond notice Despitioi all this neglect and lack of- intenea among them who dmavo Jh d- In the community there Is the dust of Perron quietly Sleeping lrarbath the sod who never should 11Jl0 been forgotten most prominent among them being II sister ot the great Kentucky I statetJ113n and commoner the illus rlous Henry Clay Numerous do- oscendants or thIs woman reside to this section of time country In fact the number ot her oUs11l11ng is almost legion They have bchn scattered abroad until theta Is scracely a state In the Union but In which some of them may be found Tho name of this wOOJiln was pa Hence Clay Chapman the wife ot George Chapman one of the pioneer sthtlors of Eastern hJlltuckwllo en tered II boundary of laud on boUt s1cYes of the mg Sandy rlverextcnding sev erctl miles along time river The ink en name of the woman was patlencb Clay and she was mal1I1cll to George Chapman In Virginia and site with her husband came to the Dig Sanely country from Gilcog county that state Soon after having moved Into that section clJlllman returned to tlhor- former home to collect some money anti tho night before he was to start on his rourn trip overland tb Ken tuck lie was Ehized with a violent lilnoss and ded that nIght time O 1 cum tances ot his dearth aver having been believed toO have btien surrounded by suspicious features as none of the money lIe was known to have had In his possesjon Wlhl ever aecovomled by hiss family lie was butted to Giles county and his widow continued to- restdo In Kentucky tOT tCveral years- when she dl d and was buried In the old graveyard above mentioned For many years her gravo was kept market by only a crude RtOne mnTkcr uch lIS was usually used for that munpbova In that Early day but finallly time grave wus neglected anld it is said Ulat no ono could locate it with any degree ot accuracy today Among her descendants arc rt11C Ic- CIUIEl3 tIle Pecks the ChulllmansShe having boon time mother of the writ ers grand father Besides thoih Cbowi- nienSloncd she hail a daughter wiiu continued to reside in Giles county Va whose dU5cendaruls ropresou many ot the prominent famllles Jnl that section ot the country lihe farm on whicill time grave Is 10I carted was transferred to tvo eons IIfi Mts Patience Clay Clmaliman David and Gorge chapman who owned for a long time when It passed ItI other hands and sinco thou has been- owned by a miunler Ct psrsoits I motoely related to the pioneer woman in IUtor years we believe hat hef- annl has ben known wg the nU- llC farm Time original boundary ot land was divided between the fallowing cldld ron ot Georgu Chapman the Senior Isaac Chapman Mrs Uucretla clump Inca Mclure Mrs Elizabeth Ohap man Peck Archibald Chapman and George and David Chalrmun above named George Chapman wont west In an early day and there are said to ho numerous descendants ot him residing la Oregon and wasMntgrton states Archibald ChLtpman disposed ot his- lnntenest In the Kentucky kinds mud moved IloG1al11a cot nyi 0 Proposed Indian Monument to be Erected it New York Harbor A bill introduced In both IreuiliS of Congress providing for a colossal statue or the NOrtlll American Indian to be placod Inrow York Harbor wiii be repotted in the House on March 1 This mtwrure was Introduced by Representtibl Joeeph A Goulden land SonatarChauncoy M Depew of row York and Provlds hat there shall be otbeted without expenre to the United Sixtes Government by Rod 5h R + min Wanamaker ot New York City and others on a Unled Sues lIeS emaJoh In tldo Harbor of New York a memorial to the nloluory ct the Nor Ii American Indan It ts iurthr- prod21 that u Commlfmon rolls z ing ot tho Chatrmanof the Commlree on Lbrury ot the Sunato lllo Omlr man of tile Cotnntlttoo On IJbtury of tho House and Ulo SCrt1IIcs ot Sa War Navy and Iaerlor time Attnrnuy Central and Retort C Ogda- ot Now York shall be crootol wj- I full authority to select the site in the llarmr of Now York and Q salt able dasign and to contraCt for and SUIJarlmtend the constructon ot the ntemorlal ThIs Bill is the rMUlt of Q sug gt1oll made by Mr nodllltln Vana oak nt a celdlbraibrl dinner given h15 t Mty at Sherrys Now York In honor ot Col Cody the famous In dan reout The ldcst ot ereaIng a statue of au Indian with arms out stre chat In welcome at the geway ot the New World met with such Inui t onthmtlaSm that there Js lit tie l1oUbt but that thom czrsme wU SUIJllOrtI ot pro enter plise have not yet beets dJclelld upon it Is expected that tho stta4ue vial bo a National Monument to per pollnte the memory or Limo F1rst American and an OlJOrtundt wlll lie ghee to every one wire d24imtss to contribute It is estimated that one penny from overynm u wfurtmi and ohlld III the United SttIets wail furnish ample unetns for its Iroction Already varlotu tribes of fiche Order ot n d Dell 3ltarmglunut Limo United ltes hate taken a kips to COIl Ilrlhut + their shJala to Una general fund It ll planned that each of tit five luuidied thousand members ot the Order of Rod Mon repre euted In the four thousand tribes In the United States shall coitribuln torn cents each which weylld amount to 10000 A lithe ot copper cents amount kng to 10000 Js tar more imposing tItan Cl single check for that I1mmlllt- dOI1lad lJy some htdh1dmw1 11 thom It would mean so little Thu Idea ot thIs Etarue originated with Mr Ro man 1Vunamakcr of Philadelphia during nit eupeddtlomm made by him ill 1905 for the purpos of totudlng the Indian on hiS own ground ilia first tmlILEIi was to 11Q sent the statue to the Cellmary but the conol1rus ot opinion lir jhar It should be a national gift and that every child In the country should he allowed to contribaaa ono peony III- mClllory ot a race that Is fast becoming extinct The Bill rs Lacked by tile etrtiro New York delegation both In the house end In the Senate nail Is re celvhrg the support ot time prosldent the Vice Pdrsldent and many proml tuent men in political and thJlnc31 circles Vely valuable old Is being given to secure the page of the nail by Slenators Owen or Oklchoma and Cumittls ot Kansas and hy ReJIIts- elL1atlvo Carter ot Oklahoma all of whom tNO their ancestry back to tllb noblo Rod Man of time yerost A Man of Iron Nerve Indomitable will and trenmlaudums en orgy are mmever found WhlI1O Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order It you wul it tluato qualm oe and the succtss they bang ue Dr- lihrgs New Lite 1Ills tlta micltlm regulators for keen brain md saying body 2iic alt all druggists mu ROCKPORT Loft over fttmm last Work Fob 231110 cold spell Wednesday nloriiing brought Rockport po1ile 10- itot from having to wnde mud up- to their shoo Wps wheat they vumrlu rd out Oil the It The stttiwts amid croiNings ill nmammy eectlone of ohla city are uttatiy unfit for travel and uu a dllgluce to the place Yester tiny a JJIlltel for tails p1Tar lutes tlgnted the COlldltl1ol ot time streets and on Maui street only one oross hip was available and Jt was kn u had shape Otlm 3r sUots are In a worse condition and no efforts are being made by the city officials to rotrale or put them Ill eoadition R D Roxtrtxon a Maine street uurehunt has beau seloecttl to SJO as mayor ot UGCIjIOIt and will usSumo imt duties of once lie will uoeeed Sanford J Falkeraon The Deoplo ot Rockport are expecting great things to be perfOlnted- by Mr Robertson and tt IS ilOpbed tiiSt- lu the future the law will be more vigorously enforced than It bas been In the past The City Couucll at Il recent met Ing dealt a L10W to the tmoi tooth In this city by parsing an ordinance- compeliing pool room operators to pay a Iloeme ot 40 a ear for one table and 20 for each addtiomial stable operated Ice cream parlors and soft drink near beer stands will have to 1 ay 10 Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA i iJ ALCOHOL J PER Alcgeiablellreparallonforts RrltlaIj DiestionQutfrfidII NOT NARCOTICI 4 i rrniolJirJlOJmJflJl sdAli f I A7JJtlH oI JirDI1ttI4 ltint 1ml sutnq flmrSdnVr1bav i AperfectfemedyfarConsfipa Q ConvulsiousFcvcrisha lion I e 6tip I FacSimile signature or I I sec NEW YORK I t2tlatatlteec un crtleboo- i Exact Copy or Wrapper 4 4l l With our bto JOSEPH M ROGERS = A series of articles creating comment from the 6f- 4l press and educators of Now running in fi 9- t Rates Given to 9 tfi L 9 The Fathers 178th At Bridges creek Westmoreland county Va Gee father of America liberty Was born 17S years ago TucSday the 22 Here are curtnln maxims lie spoke TJiliir quaint wlkdom gives us II weir slew to hlm Treat wish meu at fit times about lJuslllMII said Umo un111olal G V- 1ont talk shop oat ot hours wo saying we glimpzse the red Coo Ulhu8on Let your ounteusee be but In a rrons umattiers grave Shaw not your1eif glad at time mFsfortuure of another though he WOIi now yeout enemy Iu vlmdttng tho lck do tint pmmwas only piny the iiIiy icltar if youi are not knowing therein Uudertako not to tlcll your equal in the art he hlmself plofoa- ses It savors or Qlrognc When n tau does till Ire cut though it succeeds not Well blame not hint that dlt It Be not hasty to believe flying rQlolts to the ot anyone Play not the peacock looking everywhere about you to see It on are well yanm let with uJelll ot good quality It you esteem your own reputation for it Is bdM to be alone Umn In bad ccnnoluq Detract not from otlloeTilJbutr neither be excenvlve In Go not thither where you know natl whether you shall ho welcome or not Give no advice without0 being asked and wheu dashed door It brletiy Gaze not on the marks or blum lsltes of others and not aslt how they before you speak Undertake not what you cnnnot perform Jut be careful to keep your promise Streak no evil of the absent When you speak of Gob bO sentously In reverence null Let your reenoataom IJo manful CASTORIA For Infants and Have Always Bought the Signatureof In- Use For Over YearslCASToRIA TNCCNTWNCONNV Ntt fONN crn WHAT IS WRONG i 4Public Schools 4By widespread America LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE ITsSpecial Teachers 9tLippincotts Magazine PhiladelphiaI Birthday Vasllitrgtbn parrphroaemlu Illouanti HSIItIgc1I1ent decked- Associatfomi commendIng cameThink honorI Children The Kind You Bears not jnful Labor to keep alive its your breast called conscience SELECT Left over front last Week Feb 23 Mr Ilenry loOlmau of PJentls and Mks Lama l1tison were nlarrksl last Thursday evening a time residence to the brIde near BUlzetown- Ilev G W GorlIn shake the words that mads them man and wire Diay tlmey have I happy mill prose rous lire Born to the wife or lIurlt4l1t Fan gut Suntley II fine buy lothr amid cllild doing well ftolll this place sneers d Ithe lnson1c Lodge at lromwell Sa- urclny night Dlr P E Keown lots Bold nn or hay proporty hero umud wm leave it a short Unto for Oregon- Mr R II Young and family viiil- eave shortly for Oklahoma whore they will make their future hone J S Arbuckha who hni been cleric big In time Ci0 lteetatlraut It hartf- ord for fleoral monJIir has rco- turnE1l home J Alex Rhodos was in Mantlt Monday pro petiug for the school this year AIr Caleb Gutiien and family ot Butler comsty will leave In Il few days for Texas where they will reside Deputy Shorirf Lon Black was In town last Saturday Chliciron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA SALEM Felt 2Rev G n IJawlbnco- filled his regular appointment at Cain Rum Sunday AIr l Ink Haynes ot Fairview Is on the sick lIst studs wook Mr and Mrs Arthur Maley visited his parents Mr and Mrs J G Wilson Sunday night Mc W A Plane vlPited his son sundaIthe sale of Mr G W WJlson nolr- Olateo Tuesday Success to The Republican lZ Hartford Republican JEotend according to law at the roetom- Zartrord Ky ae man matter of the cluI CM BARNETT EDITOR TEL=F om TB- Qnzs b 1n4Caou-Ch vI32FRIDAY MARCH 4- ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce e lion Ben Johnson a candidate for reelection to the office of Represen tative in Congress from the Fourth Kentucky District subject to the Democratic primary election to be acid March 12 1910 It has liven apparent that In the etate of New York graft is not a modern discovery The Inclination to make It hot for the cold storage outfit Is becoming gent r3I throughout the country Some lJeOple are unkind enough to cay that Senator Jeff Davis ogle sot equal to the power of his voice The present Sittte Legislature has very much brightened the prospects for Republican success in Kentucky next year Following the announcement thaf Roosevelt would return home Juno Congrees began preparing t adjourn in May Governor Hughes says he intends to retire from public life Is this to to taken as an announcement of his candidacy for Vicepresident if Mr Beverldge should be the Re publican nominee for reelection a United Status Senator in Indiana we doubt if he would relish the Idea of those who should oppose him in the party caucas becoming independent party voters when the contest comes on in the joint assembly The best way to reduce the poaal deficit would be to reduce the am ount paid 10 railroads for mail tmms jwrtatlon instead of taxing the wbok Jy newspapers and weekly magazines tor this purpose The entire deficit rould be made up by shaving the mall carrying contracts down to a t ir basis We learn from press dispatches that during this prevent street CUT iCrlke in the cltot Philadelphia Innocent bystanders have been clubbed and killed and even ladles have not es caped the fury of the mobs and tint thousands of dollars worth of prop erty has been destroyed Here is a fruitful field for the WashingTon Times correspandjnt who wrote up the night rider troubles in Kentucky We venture the predicaion that no uch publicity will Iw given the Penn eylvanla outrage by the aforesaid newspaper It may lie though that tie Times is waiting for the Biory to become two yen rts old before using it as It did in the Kentucky mat ter The famous Louisville Hipper Bill which merely leglslatoH a Re ubll can out of office and provides for a Democratic City Attorney was pasted by the Kentucky Senate Wod JKSihy in a rump s iMon Ieutcm ant Governor Cox having declared the Senate adjourned the hour of ad journment having arrvltd following many api eaU from the chair and disgraceful tactics retorted to by those who worn determined to 1111- this measure regardless of the COIlS quences It remains to bit seen whether the courts will uphold tins illegal and unwarranted actions of the machine It developed during the contest that the bill had never bane printed by the public printer after coming from the louse to the Senate but had been printed by a private portion for tho purpose of hurrying It along Senator Watklns remarked hat he had desired to have the County Unit mil printed at his own expense but toad considered that it would be il legal True present legislature ISi doing more to help the RepubHcanas carry Kentucky next year than they could possibly do themselves Years ago the people of the State could be depend ed upon by the Democratic iKirty to RUt their eyes and pass over such conduct but that day is gone and these machine manipulators who ra ruthlessly thwart tho Will of tho tpeo pie will realize It unless we are greatly mistaken x The State Formers institute held la the city of Frankfort last week was a 6UCOD8S in so far as the program could make it Tho subjects out lined for discussion were such as would ibo beneficial to farmers nail were handled in an able manner by thOse assigned to that duty how- ere the ifleeOlng wits poorly ntend do and was given very little rec ognition by the citizens of Frankfort and Franklin county The usual cuarg i Jo J of politics being introduced into th Institute was made by the daily press and by some members of the instituted However it could not be charged up to the Republicans as the only fight which could effect the institute proper was between two Democrats Mr Newman and Mr vreeland who are aspirants for the place of State Fair Secretary which carries with it a salary of 2500 per year besides con siderable other patronage Each con learnt had Republican support and tide tIght entered Into the organize I lion of the institute especially effecting the petection of the credlJn dais committee nnd the adoption of the report t of that committee This will always be so as long as the in s4tute delegates select the members of the State Board of Agrlculure and we nice of the opinion that the law should be so changed as to remove this power from the institute or better still tcperaJte tho State Fair from the Stae Board of AgrIcul- ture These institutes could and should be mado of the highest benefit to the Kentucky farmers It Is here that advanced Ideas obtained after long research are mde commons property among those who could nO have the benefit of so much netljareh The present Commissioner of Agricul ture has done very much to aid the farmers organization and to make Ute State Institution a success find yet he has noc escaped unjust criflolam from those who are uninformed and circulatingnpurposeoof gaining In attempting to reply to a sug gestion which this paper mado last week concerning the proposed In debtedness to be created l y the pres ent legislature the Hartford Herald says sThe Democrats have never charged anything agalmt a Republican administration on ly what was justified by the facts The matters mention ed being equitable there will be no con laint from Demo cratic quarters But how about that 38919893 of the States money which Gov Wlllson recklessly spent on oldlers for night rider troubles Ought not that be charged up to a Republican administra tlon Have the Democrats never charg ed anything against the Republican ad mlnlsiraMon except what it created The Herald ought or should know that when the present Republican administration came Into power there j was something like 1000000 out standing claims all of which Were presented within the tlI1itj three months of the new administration ior ipay meat Besides the indebtedness which had been created for the new State Capitol A State administration whlck does not have with It the legislative department is powerless to run the State in debt except as it array abuse In tome instances jwwers already granted It Gov 111son has exr ceeded authority granted him under the law why not impeach him You have the power nt hand It is well for you to remember that when governor Wlllson was sworn in the troops had already bon ordered out by Governor Beckham In the night rider troubles and a company WUH stationed at HopkinsvJlle As to whether or not Jie hus used more soldiers that were ntcersary we are unable to say TIle writer does not believe in the use of State milltfia in any Instance except whore tIle local authorities are absolutely uirable to preserve order We believe that law k sneB which existed in some plac es In Kentucky last year was largely exagorated and that the Governor was doubtless deceived concerning the real conditions and we further bellow that the whole trouble which did exist might have been settled without tho use of a sriygto soldier and we believe further that the use of the soldiers did not prevent the loss of a life or the destruction of it dollars worth of property THE INDEPENDENT VOTER We have only admiration for that class of our citizens which has been largely increased in the past few jtears known as the Independent Voter We believe that in most cases this clam of our cldzens not purely from patriotic motlvtes In some instances they are inspired by hope of eward Of this there can be no doubt Among the distinguished ad ditions which the Republican party has received from the Democratic party la Kentucky in the vast few years may be mentioned half a hundred wh have been constant seekers for of theYhavethe most important Federal offices have been filled by exDemocrats for a number of years and the Static administration has provided for them most bountifully But we are now told of a different class of Independ ent voters clad a new class dbsignat- C ed by Senator Bemldge of Indiana as the Independent PanVvoder I lich be explains 1n the failosrfng language T Thus gradually grows up the1 dependent party trottythe mdn ivrho belongs to the party who believes la its general principles but Who will net so far us hits vote Is icon cerned permit the party name to bo used for Improper legislation or unfit candidates Unconsciously to wmself he becomes a wiser partisin than tho party manager himself His attitude is a moral and mental par ty tonic that keeps the organization of political parties from degenerating into mere banda of brigands The Independent party votern only mean one thing anti that f minority rule When a maw becomes S independent of his party hie should place himself outside of the patty We have only contempt for the so called independent party voter HeI can only descrfrbo himself as tenem h scfeks to dictate and will not b bound Joy the opinions of Uthers or one who presumes to know more than all other men or combination omen t This socalled Independent par ty voting clagj when reduced to its lust analysis is the sumo old 6b of tin tall BBsklng to wag tho dog Governments under Republican torn of government platform pledges parties can only exist by majority rule and the majority is more apt to be right than the minority No Xrt can exist and no party nominatfo- would be worth the paper upomwhle the certificate was written unless th cohesiveness within the party Itself When a few men are allowed to bolt party caucases pledges and nominees one year and return to the crib with equal standing alongside those who hive Veten faithful the next thinlotThe Tariff and Prices The Protective Tariff Is not reepon sible for the existing high prices More increases can be found outside of than Inside of its schedules The Tariff has In a grew many lines of American industry under the stimulus of protection forced prices downCombines which force dealers of I all kinds and sizes into pricefixing i agreements or out of business fire I more or less responsible for high pricesIwasteful if we are using up what we produce faster than we produce it thus keeping the supply under the demand if we are paying tribute to the greed for gold whatever we are doing to cause hardship to any of our people let us know what f is thatthe remedy may be applied Steuben N Y Courier Tariff and Cost of Living It will be found that a good many persons who are quick to say that the high cost of living Is due to Ithe new Tariff law are irartles to an arrangement for the control of wlible sale and retail prices To attribute high cost of living to the Tarif- has become a habit with some Persons The now Tawif law reduced customs duties on many articles common use The reductions we generally on the necessaries wfliile the increases were generally On the luxuries such as champagne The Payne Tariff law provides lower du ties on necessities in general use than did the Dingley law And yet the cost of living has continued to rtse The Tariff does not explain the rise It may bo that removal of of duty cn TOly would lower tire price of certain articles but the policy of this country ds nnd long has been to raise revenue by means of the Tar iff and to prevent foreign competi tion that could not be met lit this country rwilitout lowering wages and the American standard of living Couriouily enough the complaint now is against high prices while tho complaint back In the JOg was against low prices Then the farm er was dissatisfied Now the farmer Is satisfied while many city folk are complaining Yet we are generally more prosperous In cities than We were back ia the 90si City folk complain of high prices and yet Ta coma would not think of returning to conditions of 14 or 15 years ago Tacoma Ledger w BALD KNOB March IHealth is not very good In this community Those on JCtre sick list are Mr Marion Sandefur Carmie Sandefur and Mrs J H Tor renoe Rev J H Embry went to Beaver Dam Friday Miss Harrrlett Sandefur left last Friday for St Louis Mo Mrs Mattie Taylor and little Sass Commll were tho guests of Mm J Hr Torrence Monday afternoon Mr Trip Taylor Is on the suck list Mr Elmer and Roscoo Embry fepent Monday at Mr J H Torrencea SMALLHOUS March 2D L Taylor of the firm of Barnard Company Hartford ie IlaruulduR KlttingdY Smallhous Ky Mr sera Bishop of McHenry Ky Love Bullock and wife tof Muhlonburg county Mrs C T S Overton con tcrrtown welt at Smallhous Thuns day Mrs Overton te visiting Mrs Tom Godsey airs ANa calloway and otter friends Mr Ed Lee Bullcck stet wlM a painful accident while trying to un choke a gun Me was gladly burned about his face and head He was tak en by his father to Madlsonvlllo for treatment It is feared ho will WOO hiss eyesight A little child of Lenas and Stella Brown died at its home near Klrt loy Wednesday of pneumonia and was laid to rest Thursday a m Hn Equall ty Cemetery Mrsegirl Dr Harrison of Llvermore officiating Mr N D Fulkersonwho has been quite ill of la grippe iJs about well again Wilry went to last Monday Messrs J C Drake and C B Ross wont to Hartford Monday Herman AddIngton spent Tues day nIght at Ceotertown herhafsseas her brother for a while to Jx near Dr Chapman who will treat her for her cough Mrs Mary Barnard who has been sick a few days is much better sickga n I Mrs Jim Kittlnger to quite suck Mrs Earl Davis and Miss Lonene Davis Centontowni were the guests of their cousin Mrs FlaudMe Fulker son recently Mrs Charlie Sturgeon of Evans ville was at Smalllioua SMuroa en route for homeIMrs Emory Schroeter and little son of Hartford wore the guests ofI her motherinlaw on Schroeter Studio at Smallhous Saturday and Sunday Mrs Elijah Bishop and little daugh LoneInight J Mesdames Will Bullock and L B Overton went to Madlsonvllle Saturday to see their son and brother Mas Itor Ed Lee Bullock Who is there for treatment regulartday p m He Is holding a success ful series of meetings at West point Baptist Church Mr L B Overhuls Kirtle was In our midst Sunday He was a pleasant caller and dined with his uncle Robert Hunter and family- S W Bllbro Matanzas attended church here Saturday sicktGreen River Is on a boom at this point and still H rains We had a SundayreIts many readers w la Good Woman Gone to Rest Mrs JD Casebler died at her home near Central City Ky last Wednesday after a weeks illness of pneu merle She was 68 years old at the time of her death and leaves an aged husband She was an aunt of Prof Halley Brown of Hartford and a sis ter of Mrs Mary Nourse Townsend widow of Judge J C Townsend The Judge died many years ago and Mrs Townsend passed away about 2 years ago The remains of Mrs Casebier were interred at tho Rose cemetery near Central City after funeral ser vices conducted by Rev J T Case bier She had been a member of the Baptist Church many years and was an exceedingly good woman 4 Wanted Smooth White Oak Logs 14 in and up in diameter 10 to 18 feet long Delivered at truck any station Ad dress M W BARNARDHartford Ky 30t4 r A FreeTrader in a Republican Cabinet SocrctasyDJcWflson of the War Department madea speech recently at a banquet in Cuba hi which accord lug to newspaper reports he stated that he was the only FreeTrade ProltccI Cabinet If he did make duet statement It was a mistake Secre tary MacVcagh of the Treasury Department has been a FreeTrader all of his life and makes no pretension of folding any other vlewsH e recently declared that the Republican partys object was to keep on lowering tho e er 0 Tariff until itshould disappear Neither Secretly MacVtaugh nor Secretary Dickinson have any right whatever to speak for the Republican party oni the Tariff queritAon Secte tary Dickinson Is said to have made the following remarks at the Ha vana banquet After Mr Taft has finished his second term I fnvtto you tn come to the United States to oastet In elect ing a Democratic FreeTrade President A special dispatch printed in the Washington Times mado that state ment and whether correct or not it probably represents Mr Dlckdnarns thoughts on the subject It would stem that a President whose liondepended absolutely upon pro JOtlon 1st suport and who e political future lies In that direction alone might find some way to curb tho FreeTrade propensities and expressions of seem bets of his official finally Indeed It would seem that the corrective should have been applied earjler in the gameat the time he wsa eeleot ing members of the Cabinet Nullifying the State Constitution Recently the Lieutenant Governor said that when the rules of the Senate conflicted with the Constitution the Constitution was supreme The occasion was a demand for the consideration of a county unit bill The liquor men and the liquor lobby believed they had buried the county unit whore tt could no longer disturb the trade When Mr Thomas rh exercise of his conajitutblnal privilege called for the measure there was an1 uproar t Judge Burnham insisted that no set of sides could set aside this provision of tho Constitution Section 46DI1lsManirer of pass ing Failure of committee to report Whenever a committee refuses or fails to report a bill submitted to it in a reasonable time tha sane may bo called up by any member and be considered in the same manner ill would have been considered Tlie President of the Senate Mr Dox declared tho Constitution su preme The liquor advocates who should bo known as ihe nulllficattlon Ists took an appeal and reversed the Chair and last night in every saloon and in every brothel in the Statether was rejoicing over the downfall of She Constitution Not only has section 46 been nul llfitod by an oligarchy to control of thti Legislature but year alder year the SOLD THE f WORLD OVER R REAT 4FONI Democrats in the Legislature have perslaiflintly nulls led thin mandatory section of the Constitution Section 61 The General Assembly J shall by general law provide a means whereby ithe sense of the people of any county may be taken as to a whether or not aplrltous Vlmoa or malt liquors shall be Bold harbored or loaned therein or the sale thereof regulated The General Assembly is not longer a legislative body no loner a rep resentative body no longer la constitu tional body it is ruled by a lobby It receives its orders from the green room of the Buckingham Theater and the lobby follows those orders to a jo that they are obeyed The Democrats have Mitered on a revolutionary program Ilm atone can determine where it will land the partyICitizens you have been betrayed Your representatives boldly repudiate at the capital pledgfcs glwoh at home The silicon in politics declares that the Liquor Dealers Trust is aboVe the Constitution and Its reprasenta tlves are more loyal to that associa to you Evening Post Cheap Land for Sale t 18 acres of good land one and one half miles south of McHenryjnear R T Renders land Good box house weather boarded stable orchard andtnever falling well Terms cheap for cash Apply to Barnett Smith rTHEQr- I American Fence I Can easily be settled by coming to this store and looking over our stock of the American All Wire Fence IThis fence weighs more to the rod than fence made at the price The AMERICAN FENCE is I C thoroughly protected by the best galva sizing The AMERICAN FENCE is easily I r put up but hard to break down The AMERICAN FENCE is the strongest and most durable fence made The pounds of steel used in the con j struction of a fence make the price per rod CARLOAD quantity rates We are in a position to be of service to every man who wants fence r I We want to show you 1 E P Barnes BrosIi t LBeaver Dam 0 IIJJ U 1 W a kt 7 1 c i c- dl I rrisifk FAIRJS SATURDAY SPECIALS tAfter taking stock we find in several lines we are too heavily loaded and in order to reduce our stock we are going 4 to cut our prices on many articles We want to make March a BANNER MONTH Read carefully the articles IIIand prices them below and see if you cannot All Wool 104 Blankets regular price 450 Saturday31-9ll Quality Bed Comfort former price 125 mMens aSaturdayBoys Good school Shoes former price 150 Saturday 129 t Best prints worth 6c yard Saturdayr5cGood Ginghams dark styles lOc values Saturdayc61cLinen Lace former price 5c Saturday IiPureBleached Pepperel Sheeting worth 30c 4cD Saturday 2Sc 104 Unbleached Sheeting regular price 28c Saturday 25c Dont ForgetfOur new Embroideries Laces Swiss AllOvers Flouncings White Goods Linensthey are now on display Do- I sewing now Watch our 1 alivewithu 1pnces I Go I I NewC- ommercial Hotel Hartford Ky UNDER NEW AND EXPE RIENCED MANAGEMENT Everything flrstIass The best of fare served right The comfort and welfare of all guests especially looked alter Special attention to travellng inen Rate 2 per day Special rate A regular boarders Your patron te soUclte- dl GEO M STEELE Proprietor Buy the Best Canned Goods That You Can I Dont aSk for chenpno qualityL1 Thats our advice It you know only a little abou irandSyou eM Mlii be safe fo- fblssGore alwayesttands for yourr yaety- I We have nothing t4at you nOOd hesitate about buyJng oroaUng Purity a surety is our canned Goods motto AU that iseyot canned we have r eFlab Fr4t Vegetab1es And never forget that buying Item Is the beet way tar you to lto sure c ILERS6RO EKY- I 0 Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 4 Jill nol sCentraI Rail road Tlme Table At Beaver Dam KY I North HoinI NonlhHound 0182 due 11111 a m No 121dua1155am No122due12Op m NolU1 due 248 p tu 110102 due 248 p m So 181 due 805p m Bring your Furs to U S Carson Mr W E Ellis tirade II bustnoss ItrJp to CentertOvn Wednesday Mr Dress Well buys SPECIAL Hats at Carson UBERTYI U you want good flour price youShad better get busy Hartford Grocery Company llks Mildred Humlbrey Hotkins yule is the guest of her cousin Mrs G B Likens The Hartford Mill Company has both black and white Northern seed oats for sale 30tf Irs C 1I Barnett who has been vJ1lng her daughter Mrs E W Cooper Nashville Tenn has returned homeMlles Polly coleman PAradLce and Powell Jones C1tyma rlculated In DawnNoah White the grocer makes specialty of the best goods In hie line Sells cheap and delivers tree In Hartford Give him your order for good things to eat Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for MadlsonvUle Steam Laundry Madlsonv11le Ice Laundry Company Incorporated U Regular services at the Methodtst church 1nNarttord next Sunday morn- Ing and evening The Epworth will hold Its regular devotional meet Ing at the parsonage Saturday at 730 p meTIIO t9Plc for consideration willl be Missions and every member Is urged to attend and asked to bring uilssiodary offering I sit i4t y r Esq S L Fulkerron Rockport was In Hartford yesterday A smile satisfaction goes with every Suit Sold by Carson Co 11rO Ashby McHenry paid us A pleasant call while In town yes turday Mrs J R Fuqua who hog bcl n 011 the sktllst several days is ble to be out again Mrs Ira Bean left Wednesday for Louisville and st Louis to purehase stock for Carson Co Mr and31te Alvin Rome Cento- 4entown r made this office II please call while in town Monday Miss Lera Hale Fordsville who hIlS boon visiting Mr and Mrs R Duff returned home Wednesday Mr Steveay has gone to Mad so- vdlle n where ho has a job clean on the HendersOn division of the L N railroad Mesdames J P Morton S A An- derron and John G KlQwn have returned from several days visit t- reatvies In Island Mr Harold Holbrook who is a student at the Vatitlenbufit Trtrlnlng School at Elkton Ky visited his parents laSt Sunday Mts Gertrude hackney of Sullivan III who was head trimmer In the mlllfnery department at Fair Cos store last year has resumed her tonmer lOSltJlon We still have good tltings to eat In the way of Fresh and Cured Meats Lard Family Groceries and Vegata bles W H M00RE SON- Htrtford Ky EGGS FOR SALEPure Barred Plymouth rock eggs 1 for setJtIng of fifteen Irs John W Smdefur o rural route No7 lIa11lford Ky Telephone through Iiartlord exchange tfat Leave your laundry with Lyons Hartford Grocery Company or the Richmond Steam Laundr Richmond Indiana This laundry always gives satisfaction Prompt de livery Satisfaction guaranteed 28tf Park and Gnyle Taylor visited theIr uncle tlr Heorge Cooper at Fried land from Saturday until Monday 111- l Cooper vdll lenve with his family fo South Dakota in n few days whe they expect to reside In the future As she started to laugh last rrlday night Miss Alice Taylor daughter of Dr J W Taylor swallowed n pin which was In her mouth at the time The little fastener lOdged In her throat and Dr A n Riley WlS called In the girls father being ab i sent at the time The pin was located and by proper manipulation was Cored on dawn her throat Into her IItom ach It Is not thought that any se- rIous results will follow Rev T C Wilson and wife eel lan arrived In lTartconl Monday afternoon Rev Wilson has rent ed what Is known t1S the Riley proper Iy on Clay street recently vacated- Mr by George Barakat who has mov Into the George Lewis property onof Union strEet recently vacated by a Levis and family who have rent N and moved on to the farm known ns the J R Coppage place four mil northeast of Hartford owned Messrs Ford and Moore I have novcd to my new lluUdlng at the foot of Clay tvtreet near ti- Tobcao Factory Having turned my whole attention to ti1c produce bee sI nres nm prepared to buy all kinds of country produco and will pay ti- hghest o Oth prIces Have conrtautl on hand flour meal find feed st for sale I take this method of than you for past favor and solic ling your future patronage W E EiLIS Hartford Ky- SUNNYDA LE March 21116 protracted meeting Is progressing nicely at Marvin Chn pet with good attendance I Mrs Weatherford of thIs pluio attended the funeral or her lawMrs Deaver is confined to h lied most ot the time Mr Allen Cray of Victory 1s very ill of in grippe but is not seriouS Miss tlllg Ferguron has returned from II long vlstt to relatives Bowling Green Mr W1Jug Is abOut ready to start down the river with some logs Mr Frank Dev r Jingo Is very Ill Mr Gram of James or Nanhows- vlshring relatives at this place Mr John Petty Narrows was lee our midst last Saturday Mr I B Westerflel Magan pass through our town last Saturday Me Harden Tweddell near Cmtt In Christian county visited his mother Mrs Jostle Tweddell near palo Mr CharLIe Colburn fins moved to tits plnee to be engaged In allroad svrkeThe vedple who are not done delivering tobacco 41ieat Work trying to got tt oft while It is inn season 1ilf U F Jones and family will ataiSt lmmediatehyt Q Missouri where Y wlil make their future home 0 po ad+ 12 r DUNDEE I hb 2811 Roscoe yalltress was the guCt of his pareat5 in Gn a son from Saturday until Monday M Wllilo Russell of Olaton spent Saturday night and with Mr Feltz and Carl nrownjhiss FO man tits Myrtle II days last week fewI Born to Dr and Mrs tloo boy Doctor JS nil snlHesIMr J A Shrne Thursday night with hfa daughter I Mrs Geneva Vanutrers- nt 1Ir and airs Willie DoUglas of 1c Henry wets the guests ot Mrs lass Irnts ltr and lira Henry Orunmhts from Wodn dJy Monday Mr and llns Henry Cummings oret gthe Stmtrs of their daughter lira WHIle latttort the ttrt of the week- Mrs Geneva Vantress and little sett Wlillo spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr G n Brown nd taityllyA meeting will begin at this place the third Sunday in March at the Methodist church llr J E tUtcheU and Mr Bill- Rantmom went to Frankfort with our Representative Mr Dean Mr llcrnlCe Nahors Is making fre quest trips to Mr DouglaS Hoar Barrens Ferry We wonder whey Success to The Republican Dropped Dead In Well Andrew Jackson Hardin an Itln rant well digger dropped toad In anew well he was digging about six Frl14daya man named J L Taylor had apt plied to llr Crubtree for the job of digging the well and they had been work on the job several days On several occasions he hall been heard to complain of pain In tits re glen of his hearty Shortly after ho had descended toI 4 the botwm of the well he called to the top that he had a smothering spell and asked to be hauled up Looking down Into tile well one of the men present saw that Hardier hail tomb led over apparently having fainted Mr Crabtree quickly descended to rthe stricken afoul tied n rope around reIlls body and he was hauled to the surface hut never recovered Doctors whQ nlllvcd on the scene a fete hours I later and heard of his previous com plaint pronounced his disease angina pectoris a species of heart disease which almost nhvays proves fatal Hardin was about 47 years old and had no known relatives lie said he had previously worked as a Ulachsmitly trt a railroad camp near Trenton 11before coming to this courtly HIs remains were brought to Hart 11IIINotice to Local Union Secretaries ISectlon G of article G of the Con bylaws of the Kentucky edState Unlon of the Amendctn Society i Equity provides that local uuluu- n mel1lherIshillthe time of his joining the society see sth sum equal to twelve and onhalt-y cents par mouth for the remainder- of the year and thereafter UlIlual due of 150 In ndvanceIlierho same rub shall apply to old- members whose duct shall fall due salll15h111half cents per month from tlte time ifhili dues fall due until January 11911 payi1u0hereafter Time above 1u0 dtus shall be ap- partnned as follow Hie Pmeeaimis III time local ull10ll iroasury 25c shall he forwarded by tile local union secretaII- I np to the county ullloll secretary The rtmnJnlng 110 shall he fotmaeded to the State union secretary Tho ta htucrease their dues at theh dl lCrdtlon errhe state secretary shall forward SOC of this amount to the national union Eooretary for general expeusea of the oragnJzltlon need to pay for the official p11Ief inThe foregoing embraces all the con stlulion with reference to dues all it affects tIle local county state and national union The Idea herein of providing that parties joining the or doer during the year are to pay at Isthe rate of 12 J2o per month le for the purpore of ntaking liB tile annual dues tall due on the first of January year Tire same Is true ednt prmvJding that parsons already met barn sheuld pay at the Late of 13 12c per month for the tractional part of 1910 that they owe does for1s likewise for the purpose of making the dues of all old memberS tall duo on January I of elChyear Some tow local t ecretaries have miffed county union does to mo for this year sending only 1Gc to the member They will note that according to the foregoIng section of the kpr ISIIMlrbltl1llqtiJI I I r J yJIU1 I I Y I A IIThe Test of Hosiery Is not only in action but in wearers People who do not even walk very much are often the first to wear out their Hose There are many reasons One lis that too often Hose are fitted too short This is a common failing and should be avoided It not only shortens the life of the Hose but causes in growing nails and in other ways uncomfortable We make extra effort hosieryIto sayto people who know that we sell Holeproofand Wunderhose Fay Knit Burson Monarchand Bear Brand To them it is enough saidto others it will pay you to always to state Constitution they are require to send fin additional lOe pcv member and hereafter send 2i for each rem her C E Sl11TH Secy Ohio Co Union A S of E To Aid Students The Brotherhood of the First Presl- tenian Church of Bowling Green KY Robert H MCCaslin Pastor Is very desirous of rendering Luny setvice pas sibletoyoung men and women coming asks parentds and friends of nil young people acho may he connheg to the different In stitUUousot learning In Bowling Gnem- and t to that end time Brotlrerleoot asks that tine names and addrosse- of s any of theta frleuds who are not Ill the city or who Intend coming ht- lmty m near future he sent ot the Bro therlmood1hu will tape pleasur In looking up theti young men nut wOImen and inviting theni to rho Eer- vices of the Church during their stay in this city The brotherhood is nn organ fzntiui of Christian icicle which seeks to ice tterest nten In time Church to secure theIr attendance and to he helpful In any way to mint In general Address R F Dulaney Nettle Bldg- Bowllng Green Ky Penny Pictures You can get them at Schro ters Studio But remember I will not make them after March 5 Better take advantage of the first pretty day and come You get 24 For 25 Cents Groups be extra It may be some time before I will make Penny Pictures againso dont miss this opportunity Yours truly EMORY SCHROETER WHEN IT COMES TO DRUGS Ola prescription weve got the goods Ve ett aU the different andyare llroprlll to Sitl your prescngttiaus just as the doctor wants chum Weve got the pure drugs anti knOw how And weve gut all the other things that go along with the clang business such as Patent licdlcfnes Toilet Ar dales Stationery Pelrumes Etc We believe we can como nearer ttfsfyhms your wants thou anybody in our bust Hess Try us and see Our iericu are always rig- htHartford Drug Coo Incorporated CROWN AND- BRIDGE WORK fOr the rtQined and dainty woman Is what she demands nQw Americans are uptodate on denlstry and are not satisfied with anything but the acme of perfection in den- tAl work and they know thoy will getelt when they come to Doctor IIARDIN BELl Office on center Street in the Republican Building Hartford Ky phone 215 I Yi CURIOUS EPITAPHS Brevity 01a Tombstone Douglas Jer Folds Suggestion Among the 1300 epitaphs collected by Ernest It Suffllng In Epltnpbla nro many quaint and curious spec mens Grlmaldl off the stuge was snld to be a sufferer from melancholia It will bo remembered that going to a physician on one occasion he describ ed his case when the worthy doctor briskly told him to shake oR the feel lag Go and see Grlmaldl and if be does not cure you your case Is indeed hopeless Alas said the poor suf ferer I am Grlmaldl Ills epitaph reads lore Am I A prize of 100 is said to have been offered by one Thorpe who was de slrous of being perpetuated but briefly on his tombstone One competitor sent In Hero Lies Thorpes Corpse This was certainly brief enough but finally it was cut to Thorpes Corpse tinny of our readers know the Douglas Jerrold and Charles Knight story They were dining together on one occasion when the conversation turned upon epitaphs Knight half in jest suggested that Jerrold should write his Knights epitaph The sub ject dropped at the time but walking home together in the evening they came to a spot where each had to take a separate road Jerrold xtendlngI his hand to bis friend thought of a capital epitaph for you j 4Whnt Is it said his friend much In crested Oh very brief and very simple Good Nights Thero are many curious epitaphs onJwires Uercs one from Lancashire lies my wife r1 1vere lies she Iralleluinhtf T An inscription placed over the grave of n missionary who was accidentally shot In India read thusIHere lies the Rev A For many years missionary In B dl He was accidentally shot by his native I senantjAt Chclmsford Essex on a stone to I the memory of Mary Blewltt of the Swan it is stated that she was the I wife of nine husbands successively but tbo ninth outlived her It is added The Text to ller Funeral Sermon Was Last of All the Woman Died i Also Westminster Gazette- I A VERY QUEER BIRD The One Young Mark Twain Sprung j Upon the Scientists Mark Twains father was an ornithol i ogist Ho had several friends who were also enthusiasts on the subject of birds Whenever any one of them dis covered a rara avis it was tho custom to have a consultation Murk had been i a witness of several of these bird in quests and had noted the delight the old men took in discussing a new found specimen One day it occurred to him to provide the Uunulbal orni thologists with a real circus In the l form of a bird He killed a crow and also a barnyard rooster Plucking out I the tall feathers of both the crow and j the rooster he substituted the roosters tall feathers for those of the crow producing a unique effect When he had the specimen nicely prepared he went I to his father and handing it to him mild I Here father is a very curious bird I shot I thought you would be interested in it The old gentleman gazed upon the specimen with astonishment That evening tho ornithologists of Hannibal were assembled in Mr Clemens par lor The rare specimen was put beifore them The discussion was mad learned The opinions expressed i were various Ono thought the bird was an offshoot of the bird of para dlse family others had equally ridicu bus notions as to Its ancestry utI there was one who refused to eworved by the peculiarity of the birds tall from the Judgment that It was of the crow family Why Just loop here ho said lift j lug the bird by Its tall feathers Ho got 110 further The feathers cnmuI out There was a quick closing door Mr Clemens started to leave the room Gentlemen he said please excuse me a few moments I will see Samuel first and explain later The Commons The second chamber or corn mOils or popular assembly or house of representatives as it is variously termed takes us back to the battle between the Patricians and Plebs in republican Home In the lan guage of u very high authority on the subject The first real anticipation of a second popular chamber armed with a veto pn the proposals of a sep orate authority and representing a dif ferent interest the interest of the body of the people as opposed to the interest of the hitherto dominant aristoc racy occurs in tbo Roman tribunate iWhen tho Itoinan Plebs got their tribunes the very beginning of the modern machinery of tho commons or bouse of representatives was estab lished New York American Tommys Defense lIammalommy youve been light ing again Your clothes are torn and your face is scratched Why cant you do like your little sister She never fights Small TommyWell mamma its better to have a good square fight mad get all tho mad out of you than to carry it in you for months like girls do Chicago News 9 Mores the Pit- yPatienceIt takes two to make a quarrel you know Patrlco And yet I Rare known quarrels to occur when two persons have been made one honkers Statesman ROUSSEAUS SHYNESS In Experience the Composer Had In a Country Inn On one occasion Rousseau composed an opera which was performed be fore King Louis XV and met with the royal approval The king sent for him and If he had put in an appearance ho would probably have obtained a pension Ho was however of u retiring disposition and could not bring himself to face the court To bU friends he gave as a reason his repub Bean opinions but his real reason was his shyness courtIWhile ho was there a man came linn who begun telling the company he was the celebrated itoussea- and proceeded to give an account the opera which he said bad bee performed before the king with great I successMost men in Rousseaus position would have felt nothing but contempt for the Impostor but this cxtraordltm ry man felt only pity and shame 1 j trembled and blushed so he tells us In his Confessions for fear the man should bo found out that It might have been thought that 1 was the Impostor lie was afraid that somebody might come in wbo knew blm and expose the pretender At last be could bear it no longer and slipper lOut unobserved Very few people would treat nn i Impostor like that Westminster Ga zetto i 0l1PENGUINS The Comical Way These Queer Birds of the Antarctic Act The resemblance of pcngluns to human beings is always noticed says Lieutenant H H Shacklcton in his book The Heart of the Antarctic This Is partly duo to tbo habit of walking erect But there are truly n great many human traits about them They are the civilized natives of these regions and their civilization If much simpler than ours Is in some respects higher and more worthy of the name Of two of the photographs that appear In the book the following remarks are madeAn emperor penguin meeting an emperor or men or dogs bows gravely till his beak is almost touching his breast Keeping his head bowed be makes a long speech in n muttering manner short sounds following in groups of four or five paving finish ed the speech the head kept bowed n few seconds for politeness sake Then it is raised and ho describes with his bill as large a circle as the points of his neck will allow if you have not comprehended ho tries again Mcautlmo his followers are apt to get impatient They are sure be is act- Ing incorrectly Then another male will waddle forward elbow the first aside and repeat tbo ceremony Bot emperors and adelles move when th surface is suitable by tobogganing Wild British Cattle The wild cattle of Great Britain have become one of the curiositcs of the bovine race in England There are very few herds of them remaining and most of these ute diminishing from a very natural cause Of course they are confined in parks and are jealously guarded from any admixture of alien blood They are as wild as buffaloes and are treated in the same way ns deer In color they are white with red cars and historians assert that they lead a large share in the evo lution of the Shorthorn as It is known today It is certain that the color mentioned very often crops up quite unexpectedly In our pedigree herds They will probably become extinct In a few years owing to the extreme difficulty of procuring sires unrelated to the herds and yet of the same breed Farm and Home The Scented Court The rage for perfumes reached its height during the reign of Louts XV Throughout the continent his court was known as the scented court It was then the custom when giving a largo entertainment for the hostess to Inform her guests what particular odor she would use for perfuming her rooms und each guest would use that odor in making her toilet At court a different perfume was used for each day of the week Much more attention was paid to the use of tho perfume than to soap and water and cleanll ness was not numbered among the virtues of that age SheEscaped Pauline who had been attending school for almost two weeks was tell ing of the misbehavior of some of her little classmates At her mothers question as to whether It had ever been necessary for the teacher to speak to her Pauline answered quick ly Oh no mamma Then She had to speak to all the class but me this afternoon Why what did she say1 Oh she said Now children well all walt until Pauline Is In order De lineator Lost Opportunity And you didnt hear of 1t1 inquired Mrs Gabble Not one word Why Ive known It for a week so I supposed everybody heard of it Even Up She sternlyI heard a noise very late lIe facetlouslyWas It the night falling She No it wasnt It was the day breaking Baltimore American Cautious Thompson Suppose a man should call you a liar What would you do1 Jones hesitatingly What sized maDI Jewish Ledger e t Wanted Hla Money pielcSr It is an old saying that yoa cannot eat your cuke and have It tOo 1 But a seasick person usually cares little tot either side of tho proposition The captain of one of the steamships ply Ing between this country and Italy which arrived at New York with over 000 immigrants tells a rather anus lug story of a heated interview held between himself and ono of them on tho voyage across The vessel had been out a few days and had encountered some heavy sons The first morning that calmer weather prevailed ono of the steerage passen gars appeared for the first time above deck and with a face as white as a sheet approached the captain This has got to stop ho sold an criiy innThis feeling bought my ticket I was told it Included meals but I cant keep my food down Now it has qot to stop cap tain or else I want my passage money back You cannot break your contract In this fashion with meIIt took all the captains ingenuity pacify him during the rest df the toIi Youths Companion No Chance For the Truth Be truthful said the teacher Always asked the boy Always answered the teacher over toll a 1101 Never f Not even a white lIe1 Not even a white lie Huh ejaculated the lad scorn fully Its u mighty good thing for you a iliHrIwas my dads little Goy and youd I heard what he said about comln to visit us with her childrenI and Aunt Eliza had asked you if you werent all glad to see her and youd j told the truth like 1 did youd think j there was a place where your trousers was mighty thin after dad had fin I ished with you He went back to his desk and as I he sat down with great care there was an expression on his face that I showed tho great lesson of truth had been at least in n measure lost him London TitBits onI Japanese Days of Rest As a rule no Sunday is observed among laborers In Japan but the first and fifteenth of every month and every local and national holiday are their days of rest Claim Largest Meteorite The Field museum in Chicago claims to have the largest meteorite in the world It weighs over two tons and was found at Tonopeh Nev NoticeeWe can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and muffs All work guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford Pressing Club Stops the Cough heals the Lungs COUQHVIf not better then any other money back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO RVANSVILLE IND 0 000 Many a Peck of peanuts Americans arc the greatest peanut utters in the world they would be even if thefts were no clrcuses in 1J07 and 1908 Japan exported 17000000 pound of peanuts and file Unfed States took nearly all of them Reward for Dog- I vlll give 15 reward for apprehen sion and conviction of thulf who able my dog fox hound white and Mack spotted wltii Ted cars black spot on center cf back whIte legs with red mingled with white Answers namo of Spot LOX STEVENS Helped Launch Republican Party LIBundyngedthe launching of tho Republican party and adviser to Oliver T Morton when he was Governor of Indiana died today Ho was known as Newcastles grand old mane Tho Lash of a Fiend would toaye been about as welcome to A Cooper of Oswego N Y OB n mcrclress Jungracking cough that de fied all omedles for years it was nest troublesome at night he writes DiRingsme completely I never cough at night now Millions know its match less merit for Btubborni colds obstd nato coughs sore lungs tagrtiie ltmahemorrhagocToup whooping cough or ha lever lit rlelevos quickly and never fails to aaiJsfy A trial oonr vdimces fOe 100 Trial bottle free Ltd jwsltivcly euarantiqed by all druggists m BUFORD Left over from last Week Feb 23 Those on the sick list aro Misses Belle Husaoy anti AntEa Taylor Mr Roscoe Holbrook aUendjd the singing tot Bethel Wednesday night Prof Taylor has moved on Lee Hardans place to raise a crop this I Silver Plate rrwho seek perfec in variably choose forks 7 spoons and fancy serving pieces stamped with the renowned trade mark I W41 ROGERS BROS ME In quality and beauty of this well known silver is unsur Its remark able durability has e I won it the fe title Silver Phil = that Wtprl in i Sold by leading I II dealers ev I II where Sendfo- rcetdogueCL I II iiri showing lJ Ill designs MlRI8DI 1 IItTAlllla co i Iraieratlodaihr N- Aewl MttlKM COM year Mrs Mary Newton Is visiting her grandson and wife Mr and Mrs Hugh Rlcheson1 this week Mrs J D Holbrook is slowly im provingMr Arthur Nance and wife are vJsltlng their parents Mr and Mrs Dpi Nance 1 A Reliable Remedy GATARRHElys U quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes protectstue brae resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tire Head quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size LiquidCreamEly Brothers CO Warren Street New York Heres A BARCAIN For You U DAILY Courer JournalB- y Mall Three Months HMTPOBD REPUBLIC AN ONE YEAR Both For Only 175 The price of the Daily Courier Journal is 600 a year 150 for three 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BittersSucceed when everything else fate In nervous prostration and female weaknette they are the supreme remedy u thousand have testified FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND TOMACN TROURLE fe lithe best medicine ever Sid over al druggists creates w l nireotor3Olio County Circuit CourtTF Birkhead Judge Ben D Rlngo Attorney W P MldklK Jailer E O Barnuus Clerk F L Fells Master CommlBloner jj T Collins Trustee Jury Fund T II Block Sher iff Hartford DeputiesS 0 Keown an Lon Black Court convenes first Monday In March and August and contmyes three weeks and Third Mondays May and November two weeks County CourtR U Wedding Judge W S Tinsley Clerk C E Smith Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the third Monday in January April July and October Court of Claims Convenes first Tuesday In January and first Tuesday in OctoberOther County OfflccrsC S Mosey Surveyor Kordsvllle Ky K F D No 2 Bernard FelU Assessor Hart ford Ky n F D No 2 Henry Leach Superintendent Hartford Dr A B Illiey Coroner Hartford JUSTICES CQUHTS B S Chomfcerlaln Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday after 3rd Monday In Juno Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December O E Scott Cromwell Wednesday afto 3rd Monday In March Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rd Monday in September Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December John II Mlles Kockport Friday after 3rd Monday in March Friday after 3rd Monday In June Friday after 3rd Monday In September Friday utter 3rd Monday In December J C Jackson Saturday after 3rd Monday In March Saturday at ter 3rd Monday In June Saturday after 3rd Monday In September Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In December M C Cook Hen trow Tuseday after 2nd Monday In February Tuesday after 2nd Monday in May Tuesday after 3rd Monday in August Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November Thomas Sanders Dundee Wednesday after the second Monday in February Vednesday after 2nd Monday in May Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novem berC V Miles Fordsvlllc Thursday after 2nd Monday in February Thursday after 2nd Monday in May Thursday after 3rd Monday in August Thursday after 2nd Monday In November J L ration Ralph Friday after 2nd Monday In February Friday utter 2nd Monday In May Friday after Srd Mon day In August Friday after 2nd Monday In November HARTFORD POLICE COURT C M Crowe Judge G B LlkensClty Attorney Sam Riley Marshal Court convenes second Monday In each month City CounclJ IL WHIIams Mayor R T Collins Clerk S K Cox Treas urer Members of Council T R Bar nard W J Bean W M Fair Pen Taylor W E EllIs E P Moore School TrusteesJ S Glenn chairman W S Tinsley Secretary C M Barnett C M Crowe and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church South Services monrlng and evening every first and third Sun day In each month Sunday School 8J5 a m Prayer meeting1 every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist Church Services every Sunday morning and evening Sunday School 943 a m Irayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J W Bruner pastorChristian Church Services every fourth Sunday at 11 a m und 7 pom Sunday ClaylordC P Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Sunday School 945 Rev T C Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No C75 F A M meets first and third Monday night In each month W E Ellis W M C MSecretaryKeystone No 110 R A M meets every third Saturday night In each month It Holbrook Vigil Priest w SecretaryHartford SI O E S meets second and fourth Monday even Ing Mrs T It Barnard W M Miss Willie Smith Secretary pfPythiasS A Anderson C C J G Keown 1C of R S Hartford Tent No 99 K 0 T M meets every first and third Thursday night R T Collins Commander L P KeeperSunshine L O T M meets second and fourth Thursday night OrlttlnLadyCommander KeeperAcme r No 339 I O O F meets second and fourth Friday night In GrandlJRedMenCutupbelt Records Preston Morton Post No4 a A R beforetlieford Mills Commander J M 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atreeWASH KILLTHE COUCH ti AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR CSLBrfr eFns AND ALL THROAT AND lUNI TROUBLES OIIABAHTEED tTISPAarO1rOK HONEY BX7UVDZD PROCURED AND DCFENDCDKMmodiJ drawing u or Free adrloe how to obtain puwnu trade ntark- 4coprghtaem in ALL COUNTRIES Busintsi direct with Watklnglon saver rime tnony auj cfitn the pattnt ExclusivelyWrttoorcoraetoiuat eta BlnUi Street app VDlW Stales retort CfflM WASHINGTON D C 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE I COPYRIGHTS TRADE ARKaIAnrxlga sketch and derllltion maT IIAIDnnUou lateuteaPalateeSciebaodiomelf IlloitraUd wetklr Tnmt BoidbyalinewadealenNUM pu PA t MeCALL PATTERNS ndreliabilityevery and town IntheUnlted States and thananyMCcALLS MAGAZINE More subscribers than othtffahl lnraluabteLstaest tplain ewlnG fancy needlework halrdr ulnJ ayearcopWONBtltFULINIH1CEMENTS i ila PoItatbrlllgS premium ctUloiru JoMFIIIIkCWCOWSoIIIW l jri 1 f a r r a x 1 z h1 Cir4 11q rt 1f i RADICAL RAILROAD REG- LATION AND ITS EFFECTS ON BUSINESS r J With enormous crops commands ll the highest prices ever with every kind of bushes on safe and senstblo bl18lswlth merchandise tock of all kinds almost CIIt minimum with everybody desim of making good all the nccoosary improvements which tJho pvsb b yeasts depretssfotu would not porn ot rind W till up stock which avo 1boon nlmootJ depleted width Oruy of money and credit to do all the 0 things tiers Is a hotdtatdou by the greater pant of thv buslnerq com munllty for the t6aOOn that rome things has appeared calling a halt the Progl which had sea fat tI1rtro to tM Iattor hiaJf ot 1909 The one great and mo c apparont element which bas cauSW IJh19 h- tution er Is that tOlo railroad oorpor- dons of this country havo tlto purcl1ase of anythlag boy their immediate n ess1UE so mu 6OthM ottermonts wbch had bX11ntys projected which are nOt only be- terinents but In a gTeab many caoS aro almost or ooon will be nCCCS stiles amounting to over One sane mlllLons of dollar have f held up It Is cUEItomary for Zall roads to propaTo der budgets expendltumc9 January 1 t It these budgets lead Wen prepared on t lines of necessities the outlook Cor general busIness particularly anus manutaotll1rurs would bo exceptlon ally good for lJJO These budge have not been presented and are n within tho can or even within t sight of those who would gla ly welcome them and It is t tul when wo will be able to ma anyrnamable toneeast In tM manU facturh and oommercltll world H prisroads Rrould gladly enter into year of liberal expenditure buttomatters stand now It le quite pose blo that they will be compelled to drop back Into the condition they 1 In the latter part ot 1907 and dunl the 1908 that Is pUrcha not onIngOxadptanessentialr reactlyhe early part lcal Railroad Regulations peOurmindful of tJhe causes of the de evprosslonJIll every Jndcatlon of neentering t field with even more laws to tn- terlere with and dl outage the Int tuliroad cnn tItcrprlsCJor Improvements In existing lines and a absolutely calling a halt on newII projected railroad enterprise dohavo lanotnew occupy through any con rted plan they all realize and QPprtcutea the necessity of renewing their hocksof and eqlllpmnt that tho recent de- prooalon would no permit of Tlt in the face ot a very general actu or tbtontiened dommnd for large InCi creates in the wages of rtiholr em ployots and know lug that the only T way they can grant the se advances will be by a COMcSIpODdlu- gnl1unOO In tdtolr revenue and + he only way In which they could increase this tCVOD1le would be by raising their rata and oothlnly the outlook y this is tar front promising The have no cenUatI y as to the chat actor of legislation to come they nre in posItive tear of Congress and ale rrnrmntoo In that fear by epecl tiJCbills already lnatmduced w4hlch Is- auftloloat cause for them to heal tale They are net pertain that th people generally would tavcm any C1161SO In rates and they Dn equally unoet1tnln as to whether the publ- i7oUld e not sldo with labor In its In tnetwod demands upon rho railroads They feel es nU owners of IIToperty- nolumUy would foe That the dllU- lIngcavaclty ot their propaoty 1 soft now atttsolutely dependent upon fJIe- mancor tta which they shall he gov- ernOO They do not know what that govormnient is going to be they are almost positive chat there will be no lJaglsImtdon which will cause an increased desire bn the part of 1covestors to put their money Into mllWI tohd properties They have been glv lyborrowingilthin narrow lines by the W ovemmentso that evenst If they were willing to make those oxpondlUtI It would tie dltficuit for them ltDobtttIn he donooeafaryIn fact looking at it from tun y point die ownerti of railioad property htavo nothing to self tWit would e em In spending any mon t umtdl they have aDore detfnlt Tigoing IactI k willlJcrab orders upon Which they am lng issued taoaso six moultJhs ago w It was not dammedof tldat th p1fc eats adverse conditions could IpossIibl- ynrl9 wm have boon completed we will again boo In prucUcally- namo pcufton that we were du ragIng the early IInrtot 1908 The 1mportncanto lyabeusUIlJOe ty has bEOa overcome and do my restrainsIcap- lC1 of the railroads there twill be a permanent Ectiback In Settesal buslnem Of the coulItIY thAt It mny take years to ove1OOtJ- 1eSomuCo e2stuen think ttdat the rnlJl1OOd interests are the real tot growlFlyrag en ins legislation Thls Js absurd need no spur to wake W UtI fo o isasupp faxntitutlonsYhnd adumall the manufacturor and I omployec roaUze ttaaAt they Have to make a fight tar their inbonosts The produoeorsof wool Dalton to ripoelIxn1its tv ssfGonerw pretectthQI we and our employees who do n ragroduce them have to may for nit o1isofon tlJe canoe principal and t busdas t1I witkQh canto we can Induce General Government to give ids equ- otection by allowing the u1al1road oflourenable them to buy a full f lentJc of the goods they neW which we involvere railrohe tlat1tJcularly the tirorking ma d when It Is oons1dero that In y 90 pf Cent of old the man rceived by the railroads rand au- tulvcs goes dlreCdy to the workln ople wo should have the solid on menlt und individual support ery worklllg man 1n the countryT heCAUSEThO trouble with the whole alto is that many of the men the laws ease Ioi tamlJar with e true inaardncss of ahL roIaUon dependence which the manutactu and business Interests have u- pII the geneal railroad situation Illor tJtey tdallze that in admlnlsterf 0Iltsmdlroad OODlIlnles that we aro to gn+ eat ex taut the ultimate oonsumo that dlvclplhlc REMEDY isTell your Aattomal and State rep alresontathrs that a halt must be alod on all Radical RIlrccrd Reg- ulatlon and ask him to do the earn ODAYLT A GRIFFI GOO Western Union Dldg- Chicago Ill QandUtC Medici Guaranteed to cure Colds and LnGrlppe In 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia In 30 minutes At druggist or by mall Mendenhall Medicine Co Emsvllle lid eSimple Candy Receiptsm n1 CandyWet twwo cups sugar wIth two tablaipooafuls ot waiter and IbO until very tmick StLr- in now u hex of SleIdr3d ant plcked over rai3tts and when tho are oa well oootoo wh the catady pour fthO- m1xture into bultettd tins and marlt Into bans Nut candyPut i1l n anus pan alt- Jho aide ottho range two cups of light brown sugar two tltbllCSpoon laic of water and a teaspoonful of vanilla When ibo e ingredients mtlted bring to a lrlJak ball an ok until t little dropped lnlb cold huz Is oQItisp Do nit stir wall this patrol L7 rrochcd risen beat do quick broken nutrneats find POUr the IIC on butttnxtd tins tDobardon lag hen nearly cold mark oft Into or squares InSuccSuccess doesnt depend so much ing big things now and then b doIng little things well dry ana CASTORrIA ty For hfaataancl Ch11ea- DlKIMYiIHIIIAIIJs it- BeartJe ptvof I 1 ftiOA EDUCATIONAL + rkDEPARTMEN1 HALLho worktmutuallyyo usthecopty aro moro firmly 1mpreS on imlgaualtimWhenptrJtvnslven memorys nla ted toI to recall some vast exvmtyn prove futile then the imuglnatlon- b0 o rCIJ tls tsstaatuo by tln Sauting rbtta tnoditlattous and addlUong un tit tho tight aombintatton is made at the ramtl C attained is recognized b the aori llJJt1Jtl dQCThe lwer to revfnduoe dots not be lo to Itho imagination UWIt paw iroioom s under the provlncb or U TUe ImligLnut1on merely ask recalllY3 on on unit as the collydousGess recognlza Using oorrcct us7ha work ot 1magtnrllttoa is to lodCyIP- costses It Introlvrs the changing ot 11 Idm or n percept wlthlOut ultcri er trtlal form or character To combine Is to put two or ntorC pe- lvtsa or ooncEgits together from wlrlQh e nlllt produce samchng chumavre- ve lstloally dttrpNM tram either C thClItl ill its hlghest form thli 1110 tlondIs 11ro are any actual 1m itorhateIr are furnlhed by the pc cepts and memory Thero arc various forms or ttr1 inilgluarttoalIt s oft wltlch Is tvtllecl fancy or t Fancy is imagination which Is freed tho tesGalnt or will and tb3 ot judgement and is com menisci lit which stare one gt1cs up andacoonlieruts of iron SnmoSit of uu mind The Arabau NlIghs Gal lIvers Travels She and rthu Cal fancyg runoft become dangotbus- he dntaginalton should e cultivated curdofaculties The symtpnthetc ImAgination Is of lmaltlmybly bell fJt to tbo teacher lot by It he can feel ns the pupll feels mlsunderuJtlnd os tpupil m Iurder and understand from fire learn point trf view In much of the In lIlthmcllc we lauvo need of anrsand arc t1Peclally valuable III cultlvu9hrg the imaglnat- uon rho indent of primary or ad vaucod geography who has never been rIver or nn island ana oasis or a volcano call create protty occur of them for h4tnrelf out of s conoollts ot smaU att rants land Produotllro ud unprcducttvo oilS and hills 1IIl1moolf peopleeemotions and desires hopes and tlm- 1J1J0ns must make h1m1f one of them When this Is done rtho pupil will enjoy history but years of full over the prlnrtcd pogo in On nrttamnt rt10rlze WQuid probably nev- ake ear a pcholat any the wiser 0tImagdaatlon builds the moral char antsy malnly through its exercise in can lLterature hJratary and bllogrtphy- Ohamoter atiltost wholly depends Ul ideas and those ddena are the Itandara which Ulo imaglnartlO11f- Ol1D1S and sets before u4 na the moasurcs of our conduct Thl3te ma temlals from which OUr ldc aLs arc formed Wi got mainly from the liven around us and from what we ruod The ddvals In fiction anti often dAs whydthq books that Children read bo mono no book that epee not hold- Up honest slnOOt and earnest har t as the only kind worth ldav should bo rcati at rail Too manyHas chlldren art leavkng their school book5 and devoting Jr Spirefulmo studying floUon We so often hair young pUs beenuand umtnboitisting but while they nob CIS attrnctivo as thus malO111re of eta wish 1thUn to be I ollave evllttIeImagJuatJotl tsltU make ahem so SANDEfURS CIOSSINGT Loftr aver from Feb Z2Farmewa are getUDg be hind wdth their work tlhis bad weath or AlfTsD Leach Bert Davis Joda Raley and Martin Porter attended church rat Beaver Dam Sunday titght 8OnsInandG9Miss Dl1thl Westerfield Is artsnd ing school at Forilsv111e- on outIsPentf111 l at lamllyf liaUio ticShetty ass been oft 1the sick list Is some better tiedseveral weeks visit at Tuylear linesf Ellare school at Beaver Dun IrSevoralClomheoro nrttendoo church Sundays thlnks spring comeasMr D Leach has llls now bun about completed Messrs Blain and Alfred Wostor tleld made a busJnes Itrlp to Beaver Damllicndny WesoICrfleldg3r aa Leslie Jlollie and Eva Miller Sun day olternoott- r Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made ann arrangement with the publishers of the Inland Farmer or Louisville whereby we are enabled to furnish The lIartford RepUblican and that paper one year for 150 Tho InlAnd Farmer Is a weekly Jour rani and one or the best tanm palters published In the United States Our readers should take advantage of this offer tf WLDOUGLAS 363504SHOES IQYSDDESzqg- THELARGEST MASER AND RETAILER OF MENS FINE SHOES IN THE WORLD SUPERIOR TO OTHER I have worn W L Douglas past d yearn and 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PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE I oosronaTnel EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS R I the and to Be of Vast to For Not BY J H Ky The unIt bill Is and le now no ot any one of the a law at tbJs ot the but the of the on tg the same The has two unit but I one was In on and et fort will be to get It to a the same day an was to get a vote on the same of ft bill In the but tt two dId not vote to the bill up out of Its or der to be no to get the the some next at the and by that the ot the ot the com ot that and no bill can JlII up for by ot that com le to any unit I1Il by nn vote It up A of it with this bal or bills or the who It Is Is that to the that cer tarn the meas are It came up antI not ao On the It is as a fact that In two or more at the said son fors the but did tiO on the that the or the In nee In and vote for the or the said It Is that had been the Antl In and the said and for that do not to a or that was first by the to the how trite this le can not be but It are two to the has hIs the line or the the and to be lie sent two ot to the tn the and on sent in a ot some 30 The Is a ot his In th hitHe the or some law the ot for and vice as the Is now on that He an ot to pay ot the of the or the Far and fa and to It la lie that e In the ot the and to a bet ter of lIe of the In the an ot the and halt of the to the is and he some Yw to this He for the god for Y for Od t r 6rx I Food- EtonomiZes 1toAtI The only baking made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar No Lime Phosphates fRIENDS KEEP UP THE FIGHT Notwithstanding the County Unit Idea Is In Cold Storage HAS NO CHANCE THIS SESSION Governor Wilson Gives Solons Addl tonal Advice Ahout What State Needs What Ought Done Court Ruling importance Tobacco GrowersMillions Spent Yearly Education That Seem Ingly Does Educate STUART Frrcnktort Special county extension dead there chance bills becoming seeelou legislature friends measure keep fight just sennte indefinitely postponed county bills already thIrd traduced Thursday every made vote- On attempt mAde kind house tailed because thirde take regular There seems earthly thanca measure through house before time week earliest time rules senate places every- Thing undo control rules mlttee body called pasllage except consent committee That mlttec opposed county almost unanImous and- will therefore always prevent from coming number serious charges have been made connection especially agaInst several senators have been voting against charged pledges Were signed effect senators would support wnenever they line done other hand IItat1 instances least admit they signed pledge condition members AntlSaloon league theIr districts woulll their euence election senators Then further elated after these pledges signed Saloon league atemhers those districts voted worked against senators reason they feel bound keep pledge contract broken other party contract ascertained shows there sides matter Governor Willson certainly done duty along giving legislature advice about what state needs what ought dose messages considerable length solons earlier session Thursday third typewritten pages following short apefe recommendations message urges passage prodding manner selecting electors president presl lent statute silent subject recommends appropriation 76000 part expenses dedication Lincoln Association buildings monument Larue Ctlurity 1500 annually help keep repair urges some progress b- made Improvement ehool facilities enforce attendance school children aye that 739000 children state only average attend schools therefore UOOOOOO given annually rtchoole wasted wants paeaed remedy detect recommends modest approprla tfou Colored Normal eehoo eliotne tottery Color Adds Heathful Qualities to the Flour Hatter and Eggs powder AlumNo Litfidren He asks that an approprIation o 5OOO be made for the purpose o having a competent engineer make road map ot the state so that next legislature may see and kno what Is needed In the way ot good roads legIslation He says there le great need or a annual contingent expense fund o 5000 for the governor to be expend ed by him In payIng the expenses ot entertaining public guests ot the stat and ot attending public functions Ho agaIn urged that the two pen tentlarles be placed under the stat board ot control thus abolishing th prison commission He urges that the state liquor 11 tense be f creased for every retail dealer to 500 a year He recommends that the state enact an Income tax ot Its own Instead ot urging the national government to collect on l1e Incomes In Kentucky He urges that the election law be amended so as to do away with th Issuing ot registration certificate s and In some other details He strongly recommends the passage ota bill to pay about 33000 which he says Is due the soldiers who served under Governor Taylor In 1900 and says the state should have a publ- iC utili tics commIssion like that ot New York to control all public utility corporations Ho earnestly indorses the proposed law giving women the right to vote In school elections and recommends strongly that a law providing for stat bank examIners be passed lie recommends that the approprla tlon for maintaining the new statehouse be Increased from 16000 to 25001 lie urges that the law empowering the Issuing of patents for land belong- Ing to the state tree or cost Ire dis continued as the state should receive something for her vacant land lie says some ot the officers In some ot the counties of the state are receiving more than the constltutlon1 limIt ot 5000 In salaries and urges that some law be passed to entorce the constitution lie recommends that the annual appropriation for the state militia be Increased from an average ot 10 per enlisted soldier to 50 per soldier He earnestly recommends that some step be taken to prevent the pollution or the streams ot the state especially the OhIo river In discussing the bond Issue bill In the senate much was said about the amount otmoney paid out for schools by the state every year and some astounding facts were developed Kentucky pays out her money for educa thou on the per capita plan that ie- eo much for each school child en rolled Over 3000000 arc thus paid out every year In thIs state and It was stated Ri a tact that the per cap- Ita paid by thIs state Is larger that that paid by the state or Massachusetts or any other state In the Union yet with all that Kentucky le at tho bottom ot the list when It comes to the per cent ot illiteracy among Its InhabItants This shows a most unusual state of affairs when thlll enormous sum ot money Is spent eve year for education that dont seem educate Right here In the stale cap tal nearly every week some really very nice looking and Intelligent look- Ing men Como Into the county clerks office to get a license to marry and can not sign theIr names In the mar rlage certificate book This has led to the suggestion that an education qualification be placed on marriages grooem that they can read and write before a marrIage license will be Issued to them provided they are under 30 years ot age This It is said will cause hundreds ot young people to attend school who do not now do so The court or appeals decided a ease tobacct growers ot Kentucky and decided It In favor of those who organized the pools The decision upholds the oon- aUtutionallty of the law known as the Crecellus law which made It a misdemeanor to sell pooled tobacco withI out the written consent ot the agent 0with whom it was pooled The ChrtsIthan circuit court held that was unconstitutional and that IndictImeats returned under It were The higher court in upholding the opposite says The conditions which gave rise to the act are known ot all mon At the n z tune or its enactment tkerewas bone ut buyer fOr the tarnierettob CO- A Individuals the era e unable to cope with the altuatton The legislature of 1906declded- wise to enact the law autho lzin 1tB pools ot the crop and to aelect an agent to make the sales While the law In question gives the right ot 1 junction to prevent such sales It Is wouldIstate ot case the unlawful selling of pooled products was made5a mist e meanorIIWe can not say that the leilsla Lure exceeded Us power wheal It made the unlawful sale of Spooled product a a misdemeanor HavIng held that It was within the power o the general aesemgly to make It unlawful for the owner to vI- olate hIs pooling contract by sellin without the written consent ot agent We think It was likewise wit In Its power to enact that a party who knowingly purchased pooled products and brought about the violation ot th- poolera contract should also be pun lahed The cost of maintaining the ne state house le proving to be greater than was first estimated and the le- islnture has been urged by the Bove to Increase the annual approprla ftuna from 16000 to 25000 The buildIng has Its own power plant fo heat light and water and It take thlwa a e of men and women to keep the splendid new building clean and decent hte needed Increase but It may take some action towards the last of the etsslon w1eseems but little chance that any bill will be enacted to relieve the deficit In the treasury and allow the states creditors to get their money without having to walt for a year for It It was thought that the bond aloe bill would pass the senate but when a vote was taken on It a majority vote d against It A motion was entered to teIt ever passes even the senate Many ot the legIslators especIally In the house are still wedded to the Idea ot Issuing InterestbearIng war rants and twixt the two dilemmas both measures will likely tall Commonwealth Docket of th March Term 1910 FIRST DAYl4340 Cotnth vs James Espya4343 Comth vs James Espy 43H Comth vas James Espy 4346 Comth vs James Espy 4449 Comthe vs R W Raglandt4464 Comth vs F D 4676 Cont4h vso Louis Daviuu 4694 Comth vs John Amoy 4597 Comth vs Leslie Thomas 4600 Comth vs Louis 1Vcinbarger 4602 Comth vt Roy Cmtve 4606 Comth vas Roy Elder 4606 Comth vs Jae Elder 46B omth vs Gilbert nuse 4616 Comth vs Je3 D Grant 4632 Comth VS Jesse D Grunt 4633 Comth ve Jobe Rilsm 4637 Comth va RIchard Raymondfi 46H Comth vs Den 4646 CfJmth vs Julia Gatumgni 46ti ComW VS lIarlsJn 1eacbetal 4652 Comth vs Sam Collins 4665 Comth vasChas D IIIIolson 4658 Crmth vas Sherman siaketnL 4659 Comth VS Grover Morris 4660 Comth vasLesllo Philip 46610omth vs Clues ContlJr 4662 Ccmtth vs Lee Fulkersonet 11 4663 Comth vs Ernet Pulliam 4664 Contth vs Waltor Galloway 4665 Comth vs J 11 Ralph 4666 Comth vs Lei Loyd 4667Comth VB Harrison Phelps 4669 Contth vso Luther Loyd 4672 Comth vs Ed Jacksonrrt ah SECOND DAY 4673 Comth vs Owen WeUet al 4674 Comth VS Owou Wollset al 4676 Comth vs M H b E R RCo 4677 Comth vs M H E R R Co 4677 Comth vs M H E R R Co Cryo 4680 Coonth vs M H E R R Co 9681 Comth vasDh n E R R CoCo 4682 Comth vs M n E R R 4683 Camth vs Ira Pillows 4684 Comttt vs James Fuqua 4685 Camth vs John Doe 4686 Comth vs John LIpton 4687 Comth vs John Lovely 4688 Afro Wlntteldc 4689 Camth1vs Henry FranJdlnI4690 Comth vs Reuben wllJdot al 4691 Comth vs Ed Tllford 4692 Com th vs Riley Hurt 4693 Comth vs Grover Morret iii 4694 Comth vs Bruno Frey 4695 Oomth vas WhaUn DmolCins 4696 ComUt vas Elites Jamose2 IllI9697 Oomth vs Chas Pot rsJh A Popular Couple Wads Mr F L Rene and hulas jeanle James both of Centertowv word nar rued at the home of Rev L W Tlch snot nt Matanzas last Tlcsdayeve- nlng Tho rites ot mntrlmony were solemnized by Rev Tlchenor In bisfusual pleasant manner wlilch makes hum very popular with the young pco Ids Mr Rono le a verypOspero ue fnrmeT In iota vlvlnlty While his bride Is popular In facial circles Thel- maDr friends extend oongratulalloati roa t4 CAMPAIGN OF11 5 THAT t8 WHAT REPUBLICANS S taBAT THIS YEAR REFUTE TARIFF FALSEHOODS Glaring Instances of Misrepresent flea Resorted to by the Democrats Bibles apt Hosiery Are Not Made Higher by Payne Law Washington It to becomIng more Mnmlha to use a term more harsh Consequently the Republic coermisrepre- sentations and promulgating the truth about the policIes ot the Republican tarUfrpresent administration In particular Republicansr to w tarUf law upon prices that there Is not In the Payne tariff law a slngl e Dingleey e final retell price to the ultimate cot Bumer of o single necessary nrtlcle of food clothing or ot household use It will be necessary to go further and rotate one after another of the Demo cratlc falsehoods and make definite explanations as to specIfic articles Attention has already been called la these letters to the tact that there la no Justification for the Increase In tartper cent and the duty on hides repealed altogether It has attend i been stated too that there was no charge whatever In the woolen schedule except a slight reduction and therefore no dealer Is warranted In IncreasIng the price upon clothIng Other examples have been given and will continuo to be enumerated durIng he campaIgn Why Should Bibles Cost More But the latest Democratic pronouncement Is ot peculiar Interest even If It la not true For the last tew days a paragraph has been going the rounds of the Democratic press an speedet more after March 1 because of the new tariff on leather andpaper A large Bible publishing house Is quoted s saying Bibles are now about twenty percent higher than they have ever been before The materials have gone so high In pricy on account of the that we cannot afford to sell our output at prices now lusted Well It le a very simple matter to get at the truth or falsity ot this statement The now tariff provIdes a lower rate of duty on paper suitable for printing newspapers and books except In the hIghest grades ot paper on which the duty le the same as In the tariff acts of 1897 and 1894 lower than In the acts of 1890 ant 1883 The new tariff makes the duty on all kInds of leather suitable for bookbinding 26 per cent lower and skIn tor morocco tanned but not 60 per cent lower than the tariff acts of 1897 1894 1890 and 1883 And further It Is not claimed that the labor cost 1n the makIng of Bible has been Increased sInce the passage of the new act Another sort ot misrepresentation that seems to be very popular le the alleged polls that have been made by certain magazines and newspapers In their effort to discredit Mr Taft and his admInistration and the new tariff laws The latest ot these la a poll ot sitters of certaIn states a largo no jorlty or whom It Is claimed have replied that they are dissatisfied with the new tariff and with the adminl s tratlon of Mr Taft SInce this poll was announced teturns have been comIng In which glue another sIde to the situation In one congressional district Ifor Instance the sitters are represented as beIng about two to one against the action of the speaker and the presIdent In IndorsIng the tarlrr law When the truth le fer toted out It le found that only one or at the most two of the papers to thIs district so replied and Individual let lotWashingtono grossly la error and that It does not reflect by say means thevlews ot the Republican editors of the states so polled CampalgnlThere 9 where attempts have been made to win elections by means of misrepresentation and falsehood One or two of these attempts have been successful Polk and Dallas undoubtedly would not have been elected In 1846 veryfalseIn one part of the country and the opposite policy In another part of the county The election of Grover Cleveland would not have been sbleln 19911 had not the avet appealetosentation It Is well then that the campaIgn ofa1910 which le evIdently to be a ca- pplgn of misrepresentation on the part of the Democratic leaders and cratlc press line begun early enou- or the Republican leaders to correct the taleehooQe which CAre being epee and to place before the people ot t1 country the truth regarding the tartf and regarding the policy of the ministration and the party But people must do lome thinking oriaat t- Ii t f lhemeeltes aril musttake the matter Into their own heads if theYare not again to bo buncoed by the Gictlceo f Democracy Every Republican who is told by- Ms tailor or his shoe dealer or his merchant In any line of goods his Includes the market mans that cert article lies been increased In price because of the tariff should make it his business to find out oniqr by writing to his congressman or b3 sendIng a letter to the Republican congressIonal committee Washington Ae In G W Curtis DayIWe may In this connection quote na extract from the great speech of George WillIam Cuttlsmade at the Republican convention ot 1884 First r Curtis spoke of the Republican as follows I shall not repeat too you the splea- Idid story of the Republican party story that we never tire ot telling and that our children will never tire of hearing p story which Is wrItten upon the heart of every American citizen because it recounts greater services for liberty for the country tor mankind than those ot any party In any other nation at any other period of time And what Is the secret of thIs un paralleled history It Is simply that the Republican party has been always the party of the best Instincts ot the highest desires of the American peo pIe This Is Its special glory It has represented the American Instinct nationality American patriotism an American devotion to liberty Then he followed with a brier d scriPtion ot the Democratic party i the followIng words We are confronted with the Demo cratlc party very hungry and as you may well believe very thirsty apart y without a sIngle definIte principle a party without ay distinct Walloon galley which It dares to present to th country a party whIch fell fro power as a conspiracy agaInst human rights and now attempts to sneak back to power as a conspIrator tor plunder and spoils The same descriptions will fit both parties today Party Grande for Work In a recent speech Wade Ellie the new chairman of the Ohio state Re publican executive committee said The Republican party has oa characterIstic whIch always has and always will dIstinguish It from Demo agaiaeht things as opposed to the party lha dreams things No man can poInt to a sIngle promIse ever made the people of thIs country by the Republican party which has not been kept No man can point to a sIngle promise made to the people ot this country by- ttte Democratic party which has not been broken All we need In orde to be aura ot the future le to he to the past The Republican part countryInGod glues him the strength as he has gluon hum the will those promises will bo redeemed by the man who waa elected on that platform Some Hosiery Facts PayWde e appeared In the press that there haa been a heavy Increase In the price of hosiery such le not the case an the consumer Is today getting value for hIs money than ever helotnotwithstanding the very heavy Increase lW the price of yarn Official statistics prove that slat e the Payne law went Into force the value duty paId of German hosIery which reaches the consumer at 25 cents per pair has been about cents per pair which makes it abe lately ImpossIble for the American manufacturer to tales prices and the same ratio has been maintained on all other grades of hosiery The average value or German hos- Iery duty paid has alien from 221 per dozen pairs In the first halt at paIrsIn1909 Statements that there has been or there le going to bo an increase In- tho price of hosIery mIsleads the consumer and creates a feeling ot ills saUsfaction among hosiery operatives agoInhosIeryhadwithIn a yearend were about to make a further Increase of 25 per cent whIch le absolutely ImpossIble whet the reduced price at whIch German hosiery Is Imported Is taken Into con sl4eratlon LivingByof t1 congress investigating committees show the relation of the tariff to the h tForgoing up and up no tariff That With a woolen tariff clothes are as werery clte coal joIned thee upward procession no tariff A tarIff on many cottonmanu- facture which have scardely ad vanced though raw material and labor example that sugar Is deare- with a tariff red1 tJon than It Wji B when the duty was higher That with duty on hIdes shoes did not go up Wow prices of shoes are mounting 1 tree hIdes There le plenty more Lets Lave It TheBd cosaf a L ehaUoxpafus wmeh1ntYork PmtI Rf Glvethe Fafiner a Square Tar iff Deal A Democratic pnembor f u ont the West Introduced a lilll8p CoabTesel providing that sugar flour egirsve kindsabe put on the It e o itsk e ndvau- tager of thus programme tothe Won producer is early pet forth But how about the men who produce How Iabout raising revenues to suppoJ1l tho thoogrlcuhuIrat Interests entitled to rome Pro tectlon xhero Is much talk about there Ualng two dew engaged dt i ta rtt- 1ng Is that proposed Democratic progmmme the way to Induce rhea who are not falrmers tie leave Ufao clues and go to farming Is it night and jUtt amt a square dell It10 for the men engaged in farming in cvin pets without dlscrirninatlon da tlsnir favor with foreign countries while the Tariff dirty remains uo art1cltJJ whIch trig agrkultul1sts nr compelled to purchaser The principle otPro ctdon is right or It do WrOng If It be right as a large mnjorIt or the American people liave boUeved for ears it should be for the fllIIn era as well as for other intorasts There CM lw no propriety In any halt way business We may not in tairnecs remove prodvcurd Prgiaconotnand cannot be produced In this team try shall not be subject to Import duties There Is absolutely no jus4ce or square deal In any programme which snout provIde for the removal ot im eport duties from any class of goods gvanmtitles in this country Fen this tueason that hill under dlsOlEslon ought not to pass and It will not pass this Con gressDoer N H Democrat I NoticeTeams- It Wanted the undersigned Supervisor of Roads of OhIo aunty Kentucky poll be at the following points for the datesagiven at 2 oclock p m for the purpose of letting to the lowest and beet bidder the oontrnct for roams yeartrecent Fecal Court of Ohio county For Fordsv1l1e MagisterIal district at Fordsv1l1e Tuesday March the 8th Fot Bartlelts Magisterial DJstrlt at Ralph Thursday March 10th DlstrcityParties securing the contract fot this servIce will he required to ox ooute good and sutftolnet bond for the faithful performance or duty Any body from anywhere may bid tortc contrACt regardless of location Par ties procurIng the contrast will be required to furnish firstlass team dad work ten hours per day under direction of myself and district over reFervetthe right to reject any and all bids W D TAYLOR SuprvfSOl K Roads of Ohio county Programme Oweanboiv District D1lsslanary 1ntJ = lute to be held nt Settle Memorial 830o1910 TUESDAY EVENING 730 Devotional Services 800 AddresW D Beauchamp WEDNESDAY MORNING 900 Devotional Services 930 Pastor and Mlstonsp C Du vnll 1016 TheMisstonnry MaUveGP Dillon onl1eHomeEvangetlzo rho WorldWc Hayes AFTERNOON 215 Devotional Services 246 Relation ot Prayier to the Mlsslonaiy ProblemA L alit 316 MIssionary Outlook KoreatiV Oam returned bilsslanar- yIorb m OhlnaG W Hummel Other FloldsD F Goodson 70 Devotional Seryice 746 AddreesW R lIendI1lx 9THURSDAY MORNING 900 Devrotlrunal Servke I 916 The Lay terts Movement and he Commission We Can Do It mrd tiVoNlh A C Taylor DlreuS1on 1000 Cooperation of the Local Church 1u the MovemcntJ L Taylor Discussion 1100 Cy bil fottsW R fItn dnl- xr1200 Adjournmunt AFTERNOON 200 Services 3fb Collfe1l1CCe on PllllnsIWhat special bilsalan Work shan the 4yearlnoocanQuoltlons and dJscussJon EVENING t brvlcesgB y G Craan re turnecSMlss10nary frontKota f H t- btsTp