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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rg rtr J tp1tblictn1 Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH ii 1910 No34 SAVIN6S BANK j BILL WILL PASS Inauguration Day Will Be Changed to April Day Woman Promotes Temple in Hon 4 2orof Father of His Coun 9 try at Washington t Wwhingon D C March 5It Is raw expected that one of the important of bills that raiding t the pow savings bank will beOOnro a law durung the present month Them Iran been consider blo oppoat- fsn to the bill mainly from Domo stoic end lnsul1gont sources Mlat y amendments hiave been pletilenkEd and SOIOO or them accepted Senator Root o New York In ndVOO3JCY ot the bill has tirade Ute most forcible peeo- of h his Senntorlnl career It Is tin- derstaod that he voice tho vlow l of the President It Is expected that the bill wlll add gre3ltly to the i sttenghof the financial sl ua ton III- thlls country and the fait thaiU It has long been in use do conratlve foreign countries will reeommend It AmericavIr Is thought Jhro bill I fixIng the last Thxsuday in April for 1u neW inauguml day will be adopted Changing hte data for the inaugu ratJon ot a presIdent from the 4th of Match to the tator tats involves un- t amendment Ito the Constt U1Ion txf the f United States and wdfl thorcouo have to recelvo n tirothirds vote of Con- i I gross and a majority vane of three fourthb txf the tortyiSlx stntes through o their loslslaturee before lilt can be- comet n law The change In dada Is orho J1tr Ydmimrtanctar she Qweather on March 4th is seldom pleasant and occasionally os on the tity of President Grants second Inn I gumtlon and last 4th of Marcia It is bitterly cold and Wmpcstuous The National OJpJto1 ft ropldly SItw lug feu improvements and tlCoomodaI- tlQJ1s for vdsitexg and also fu ac cemdULty to all pants of the mnntry ondithOm Ik the elty for the quadrennial innugur event is steadily Increasing In volume It booomoo of importance not so much to the etl- ezne of Woehiugbon most of whom have at least bed and beard brio to the two or thtoo hundred thousand vlsfors who came here to hadtwxss the knpoeing oercmonies and parade attendant upon the dnauguralon of the PnoidentelectT- hiIGy or forty 3Oars ago Urere was rordous consideration of a pro jootto remove the zutittonal capltl- taadla west or nciarcr the Ceo- g1p1 pouter This project or dream has 4owg shoo been abandoned Noth Lng but a dlsM1pUon of true country or a revolutionary upl1mvel cur be able to fix the eapUlad olsowhree mid Jt In web on event there would be more than one and perhaps more than half a dozen capifata In tho Dibunlted- Starx s Distance Ls no longsr a geogra pWoal question but a qUestion of Ume and WlIShlngton is quttuas ssib- lo by steum electricity and gasoline to my nothing of the areplanc as any other locality in thoUnloDI The capital is becoming more ohd more firmly routed bY mlilione spent too marble and gronlJOO ottkea In whfuh the EtUW dm vPork of tlteI nation Js TIltUJncted A b111 le now I under in the Senate ton the pproprlqtJ ru oC tti tYmll loru dollars to be raped byt 2 perI cent bonds for the roc1Jonor need ell government oWcs At UJlmtlJlO government to paying from ton to sevonteen per coat annually on the value of infreriot rented bulldLngs- nscettsary fOr kand file roams for tlietaouaandsof gotrernmeaut emPloyes who make theLr homes here Than to pay ten orsovenilleen per cent for a poor building when the g vernmetv9- cam get the behtes lullding tor 2 poT cent 1s not busln like may the dom otEted to a hUd Tlta whole country iiy tint time tv must have heard ot a eomewhal unique undertakteg tho building Of a memorial templon Washington In1i- hOillor of tin FMhar of his Qountry The unbertakhg is unique only int I the fact tlueta woman Mai Dmck le most active 7n uag11ng Mt hmti it rte tkeenthualBtcaa4 paUve ap J provnl of the Pltesldont ofnato Root and or many mew dlstingui cd in national affairs The propasal la that U shall bo built by the schoolchildren of the UnIted Status a111 already tit mnmdbutlons t1IlOsty In- dibnes amount too a very respcdtJable sum In dollars The butldhrg ds to take the form of An Immense assam sly ball to which ahe many conven tons noww making Wl1sMnfgtloo the cenler for their deUb 13tlons shal find free aoce The cOMIllflons no v coming to WashingtOn mtra rent halts It Is proposed that tihLa build Ing shall ho so arranged that mJany conventions It desired may hold situ ultnneous meetings In emJ1l1cr annexed hillIs but all suttlofenlly largo to l1ocomod1Ite large meetings BUFORDaMarch Silr W M Jwons is quite sick M result from flghJInc tins He was overcome by hit and had to be helped to the hcuse Dr ShuUz WIl summoned He is some bettor Mrs J D Holbrook who has b I 111 ro long With heart tttottble fro has dropsy Her d 1hls is expect ed atany tIme Mr John King and Mr Roscoe Hbl brook want to Hartford Mttoday a busIness Mr and1lm R y Kirk vtaitdt- riend4d e and g Loaves nt Clear Run from Saturday unlU Sunday Mise Belle HusSey LI gOIng t- tvaoh a during school rut Red commencing the 2Sth ot tuts monJt- hlUw Carole Mogan has been quPto sick for the last Cow days but Is better Mr Morton Holbrook of Whites yule visited Ills mother Mm J D Holbrook from Saturday untIl SUn day Miiss America Boll commenood a school at this plats Mondny she have grreoatt uccess is the wLs- of too write- rMINERS WIDOWS SETTLE CLAIM S Company to Pay 1800 Eac For Victims of Cherry Disaster Chloago Ill Marcht SWith fifty claims of widows Iud other relative of Cherry mine disaster victims sjta- eeV by payments ranging iron SOO Ito 1200 par death the St Paul Mtn tag Comlnll has enrcred Into negotla bans wIth counsel do somethlmg Rk 100 moro cares to t1e with theI vlotdms willow nt Ole 11to of 1800 In arch ease Thl9 ruts of sehtloment wits agrned upon ot a conlnrnce bemeen nttor neye represonUng fire willowS and counsel for the minIng company BALD KNOB March 9Viers will ho preachIng ut thIs place next third Sunday and Sunday nIght MIss Ilarrlett Sanderillr who Is vis ring her uncle at St bouts Mo has pneumonia foyer Mrs J H Torrenco and daughter Bessie of this place and Mr Jamea- Sanderfur and family Horton visited Mr Jesso Torrence and family Sun dayM Mr Elvis Sandrfur and little daughters Commie and Mae visIted Mr L D Taylor Sunday Miss Geneva Raymer of panda vie too her uncle Mr J W Taylor Sun day Mrs Iudley Leach and chlldern visIted Mrs Goodman SUnday afterI noon Mr Marlon SlDderfur visited hisC brother Mr lonnlo Sanderfur at- Plncheco Sunday Mr T H Sorrels and wife have grl Mrs Mattle Taylor vrslted her parent Mr amt Mrs John Loach nt- Manda Tuesday evening Uncle Charlie Sanders died ot pneu- monfa at h1s home near Select March His remains were Interred at the Brick House buryIng ground Hl- okvess nn hgCd ruffs who it very Ulbe sides three daughters on son and n host ot friends to mourn hIS depart Weepcotdearonesforthas m to a world above where saints and l angels meat to realize our eavlours- taus and worship at his toot May Godd aoo help us all to live right and1 moot him 1n HeavenII r r fiOV WILSONSI VETO DIDNT 6 t Tobacco Bill Does Not Meet Executive Approval States His Reasons in Communication to House of Rep resentatives On last Tuesday the governor sent- in ILls veto W the KJadr Tobeaco Bm which provides for reglnterlng or pooling tobacco and also provides pen airy for buyhlJ or attempting to buy tobaooo so pasted This m33l8uoo is Intended to assist lobuco growers to cooprof o In thefpioffortt to wrong from the Tobacco Trust fair prices herewithwIn fuN I1i3SOnos tsslgnutt by the governor for his veto of this sureTo the House of RopIICOOnltatlhOS- I I return House nlll No 51 an aaU to authorize and rrrogulatc ttbe record than ot agreements for pooling farm products which I fell U my duty St- sdlsupprove and with It I have tho cosylSo much ot this blll us provides for recording n list of the peteart1 pool- Ing on pledging any arichy of farm products seems ro motb bo a logical stxluenw to the purposeet of what Js generally called the OreoooUu- IIUI and I should llot hesirtarto to approve that pant at tilts m uro but Section 3 Provides that anllcltinghof which have boons recorded as bore La provided shrill upon convlotlon be fined not leis than 10 mor more than 1000 or Imprisoned nvt less than fifteen her moro than ndnty days or both so tUned and tnrllrIsomdd The Oreoolsus bill provides punieh mont for the seller and also provld knowherty This section proposes to attend that pundshmcnt to thoso who have couerrtotdvo nntcee by the vecord1ttg- of U lswheth r they know it or not und I cannot uprove the law with this sedion in Lt but return It with my S1WroaJ IS a memme injurd- OU to bus neaa 1tUeress and In furious w the tanner and which can be made equally hrjuribua to the as soclatJIons of tho farmer or anyy of all TIle bllltolken Uterallyforblds anyone to oven Mk the nswdalon w self this proport for tins asooiattoii- if prOPEut Is pledged or pooled to Lt wIn record the lists ands his soc don province that anybody buying the property It does not say of the or lMal grower but any porn u buying U ds subject to these pcnnDtIOO und therefore tt licraUy tnciudes thoa buying or evien offering to buy of the assooL3tion The argument ds m1d that the tobacco being commingled It would be Impossible to prove IJhatI the tobacco vinepoolel or pledged by any given individual rtunriooed III the list but the tobacco In the pos slou or the aamciatloa could be pooled pledged and listed by overy body would have COutroctivc notices bat it wag pooled pledged and listed and thIs doEs ndt exoepp those who buy from the oaSOclation but punishes everybody MId at tJho best would leave it ub rho eptbuat the ma alters of IthaasrocllUonrtopSck out anybody whom they might w1h to punl5h bemuse of bpoamldzig dlsE mMSf dartcrwnni with such pU1tJcu person or persons A puDc3 mser a large amounL qt tobacco tram the association could It the mark btlail- ed matcnuy plead that the omtJroct was unlawful and thus sucoessfu1ly- evada thope1lotwance ot it Ordinarily pcoploadrertlse tar tour draoor 3 and do oU they mn to gut Itaieethe of the recgtnluma of the pools orIgtnnly to end true moacpolY purdisrr which was a vary and comaiendeble purpose butIproper forbids anybody to par and of oeuvre coves them- who would compete I could not appirovo n law that makes Jbrlsky to buy Kenluckyt etmt- proditct 1 or to offelt buy then I 4 have never Inm life road n propo sdUnw that was on hts dace so nrattl- ft y A deadly blow to tIle rdghtsi of mmDas I therefore Mum Jt wilt my disapproval thLi March 5 1910 AUGUSTUS E WlILSO Governor of Kielucky HERBERT March SRov W II Drunr ru his regular appointment at Panthe- Cafoek r Saturday and Sunday Mr ivm Ohamblis and wife of- FordsHe vlsled Mrs May SkinneS- atudyaay r night Mr Emmett llaynes Thurston was hero Sunday Mr and Mrs Dlon Masoley of Pell- vile visted at Mr John Drullurs Saturday night R lt Miller Jas and Rooort Chant bers and Miss llixter Miller were Qwaanabon WodnesdayJ Miss Mary ChlaJ11berswho is Jilt sehoo at Mwricn Indlana Js expected home this weak Mr and Mts Robent Stewart were she guess of Mr llomrr Mlligans family at Heflw last week Miss Saute E Ford t4rgan a spring school here this morning Mr Joe McOarty and wlfo of Evans ville visited the famllltS of brats Ella lcCaI1y and Dudley Hayme las vvtrokMr Jack Dlddel who has been vtsit- ing his mother Mrs Gieo Barnett l11IneturnCdto Evonrvi4ll Mr and Mrs George DUlderJt gO the young Ocecgne a big party Satur dayn4ght Mr and Mrs Dlon Mostihn Mr crud llix Rolit Stew atd dined at 0 T Durdctts Sunday Miss Ruh Lloyd NJotnlWl1Ie spent la week with her sister Mrr Arthur Fort Robt M Miller Is on the Grand Jury thls week Mis Mlytlo Burdette spent Monday night with Mks raJttllJ Btrnutt- Mr J Wm Miller Own bQlV fllJIl several days WltJl his tlster Mrs- Nara Chnmbera last week Mr Ilenrry Ilaynee of lfayrtorvill- evfited here and attended church Sunday i FOR THE BUSY READER That the fount enth and fLfryentlt amendments to tbe Consntdou are null and vOid wns delared by a reSl lulon Introduced by R lre3cJtutoS- co lon of MUatsslppl ivhch dlrtOL the Attorney General toO submit the queeUon to the Supreme Court Dr D C HdJ charged with murder and rutcmlOC mutdrr du the Swopo care WJ roloed from tire county jail In Kansas City after fur nihhing bond 4n the suns Ot 100000 Ills trial oar the indictment chnrg- 4rg murder of Col Swope was set for April 11 79th 1910 pooling compaign bf the Burley Tobacco Society was lnaugu rated nt a twodays meeting of the dtstrlabboard ot thnorganlza loam whit began do Lexington Tuesday Stxty- thnn counties ot IndIana Kentucky Ohio and West Virginia are represented by dolegales Counting of tam ballots rest by firemen and englnemen on about f1Py radiroeds of the West Nozitirwvxt and Southwest on the strike vote Was ompleted Tuesday According to the official returns 86 per cent of the union men i nd 89 per curt of the nonunionn employes voted for a lThe Stmdard Oil Co filed in Ute Supreme Gourdj of the United States its brie is opposdlbn tb the attempt of the Government to dl ohO tt asj yialatdng the Sherman ntltru law This omes as n prelude to the oral arlumcntof The ciao Monday by at tornoyaSor the defense sad fo the Govemmeateat I For Sale I haw a largo quantlty of second- growth Quoons and purlttnns early polatoosfor sale These potatbcs can 00 had at the OhIo County Supply Coat 100 per bushel Ever bushel ot these potatoes Ss sold undelr a gunr nntco it not satisfactory money will refunded39t2 ROWAN HOUBROOK BAPTIST MiNIS TER ASSAULTED Rev Doddof PaducahBeat en by Prominent ManI Thought Minister Had Slander- eWifeRev Dodd Well Known Here Paducah Ky2 March iAs the result of Dr M E Dodd pastor of rhe large and fashionable Flrbt Bap tilt church drawing the line all dJ- vorced ptmons singing in tire chloe anmorning by Charles Graham II prarninent tobacco broker and for several ears prlwr of he Dark Tob- 1OOO nssoeialon The affair ooctued nt Sixth and Jefferson trvete while Dr Dodd was on his way to Sundry chart wIth a Di1bJe under each Mm Ile was knocker down by blows on the CalC winch disfigured him and n nab on his left slide was broken HIs BIbles weAr trampled ht the dirt Graham surrendered MmEHlf to Magistrate Charles Emery and gO bond for hill lPJ100rw1C6 next Thur d1- During a 1ioceut revival Dr l1called for volunteers to sing In the clufor Mm Graham with was divorced before she married her 1JISo silt huslrmd seat her Hume Dr Dodd informed her that we- cordhrg to Iris interpretation oC rhri scriptures slue was not splrttuo1lIdtv- orced from her frm haMbanrl Chn- scquently he could not permit her to slug Grnham met him yvstorday moaning and d manded all allolog There upon ho struck Dr Dodd in ho tats knocking hint dower Dr Dodd offered no mslstonce being tnrctmt bered with books Hrr roamed hone but afterwarci4 filled iris pulpLt though his tact showed marks of tire encounter The church has had colI91dcrabllc clriort- Gullll s and ahol1t II oar ago the chtor Wl1S dimulesed from blue regu- I1r church eervice The church has a member l1dp of over a thousand Report of the McHenry School for February 1910 Lilian neck 8S Lilian 11ichcrnr 8- 6Jennete Micheil S5 PIcl1ce Brooks 85 Mae Bii iieart St rMJJe Espey St Bertha Toll 82 Edklr Willson 82 Glen nlo HaWs 82 Atrges StmpFon 83 Glady Nall 82 Am Sill Sl Ruth BI 9tvait- Sl Ew Adklns 81 Floy Maddox 80- Moneta Bishop 82 Nellie Tall 81 El sdo Qtrnes Sl Rxe fleck 75 Irene Beck 76 IS1lJ1Jlo Stvwart ii Della Hares 77 Minnie James 7S DaiSlo- C1ft9 75 Grace Johnson i5 Maggie Rendyyr 73 DUdley Carnes n Novella Dunn il GertnllJ Dunn iO Gracie Hawea 74 Stella Render 65 Lllte Booth 66 LitHo Seltzer 65 Eva Craddock 65 Pearl Craddock 68 Fannie Carries 70 Geoge Hunter 88 Wil- lIe Davis 75 Frank Wilson 88 Ray Hacker 83 Dave Smith 7i Fred Gwynn 75 Gilmore Kcown i8 Purl Espey 8G Halle Maddox 83 Sam Fisher SO Jam ri Render i9 Conrad Tichenor 76 Witco James 79 JImI Ready 79 Bob Smith 81 Phillip Bishop i7 Robert Cates 77 George Addison SO Wendell Johnson i2 Gu thou Sandefur 71 Dave Egpey i2 Joe JIIIIOS 77 Duncan Povtntan 75 Pearl Carmen 70 Lov tender SO Guy Stewart 80 John StewarU 76 JohnI Espey 69 Joe Maddox 75 Vernon Johnson 63 Everitt Dunn 70 Dave Fispey 72 Goebel lIffit1don 71 Annlo Render iO Herman Renfrow 75 Frank Add 65 Mrs Florence KeownTeacber v WHITESVILLEI March SMra Livia Cecil wont to 11IUcllln1dUco clerkship In tho P II Hartey store C A Kelley has sold his Uvcry stable to Willis Holder his former partner N P Kelley and n H Balirny went to Hartford yesterday on busi ness James Fuqua and wife Hartford nre visiting their old friends and relatives wits are glad to welcome them back to their old home once more Dernmd Hickey Central City tvisiting hIs parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Hickey at tins writing W P Griffith who has bu connected it businrss with HInton at Oklahonahus sold tand wlll tarot this year- Miss Nora Taylor Robert Holland and Dr Edge were the guests of Miss Pearl and iva Huward of Ralph Sunday Mendiroer C A Kelly went to Deunfield today Since Mondry the greatest rush ot the tobacco delivery this season has hoer Oi- lElla Huff wetIsboro Is the guest oC- her sister Llzzie Westerfield who l sick of tuberculosIs Ur mother and one sister have died ol the same disease In the past year- Mr Luil Miller who has boon sick for sometime Is but little hotter Rev Llng preached an able sermon at tile Christian church Sunday night C V Moseloy Ralph Wtl In town Saturday Mrs fill Smith colored died yesterday of cancer CROMWELL Mar 9Th TOads drib gqt1n good again and people seen to have usu for their bugles and wagons again Tire people In town are getting well of grip again There has been moro sickness In Cromwell for the last month than ever was known la the sane enuMth of tIme before Dr Ronfmw Is at the office of Dr WIllis doing dentl work G W Wallac and little soli Oar have just rfturlHd front Evansville where Mt Wllllace took IL carload ot stock + MIr Toni Cooler and Mlfs Dukle James are In LouisvIlle buying dry goods and mIlliner goods Uncle Jet liornh who has been down with fever for sometime 3I getting UIr ilgun Born to the wife of Virgil Drake a tine IpenIlound boy Wife will baby doing well Dr RIllis was the attending physician The Equity Telephone It new Corn pleto from Prontis to Cromwell then to G 1lIs1 mIl They oto also buUd Ing another line fmut Cromwell to- BalztSJ It seems its tills line is- going to put the others out ot Jus lESS In this section Mir Ed Davis hits moved back front Liver more to this place The Red Men had a full house here last night Tire order trtid out ul most a irunilred dollars tills mouth for sick benefits We have Iute n good singing school glng on here under till dis- tingushed teacher IJney SlIuderCur Dr Willis is getting rcculy to take a post gwmt course In diseases of women and children He will leave for college about the 1Gth If sickness gives do111 any so Ire can get away Mm Jim Cox Is very sick of grip at this writing Eastern Star Entertainment Mrs David N Klncwoe reader whIstler vocalist and pianIst ofMadr- sunvllle Ky will appear Clot the opera house here on lle evenings or March JSth and 19th for tllO benefit of the kcal lodge ot the Order of Eastern Star Her program Is one that wilt delIght and she has made a most favorable impression all over tire southland Mrs Klncheoe Is bright ver Maine and impressive and her Ilelln eatlons ot the dark characters rank with the best artists on the platform Her coning to Hartford ought to attract tho greatest scut of a crowd both on accOunt of her talent and the order represented by her The Ow ensboro Messenger has the following conlcrnlng n recent entertainment at Owensboro by Mrs Klncheoe Mrs D H Kincheloe gave n negro dialect selection In black taco and kinky hair In which she caught W- cryane The trunsforntatlon from the pretty whistler and piano ntcompnnlst to the black giggling darkly was the most radical seen at the Chautauqua allIl1auseregress piano player to tho delight nIl Public Sale On Saturdhy March 26 1910 I will otter tor sale ot 1 oclotk T m at Conortown Ky ono latjga Jd besu- tdfully ltuntcd well fenced now 4 moan douse well built tint quito fin Ishoo Also sane houmtold articles nods known on day or ma llerms A W ROSSo flrtX R v aL+r w i N a wF t jt = Rir nr 1 Iihi i i I I j i INDICTMENT i UNJUST t Congress Will be Asked to Examine Into Motives t U they Stand no Group of Far mers Will be Permitted to Organize The attention or COngress is to be rown to the indictments found against alleged night rder In Kentucky by RepirrentaXlve Canuill who will even ttcek to have the Horse Committee on Judicary give an opln LndlctIml1ts fieIent ground townrent the Indict ments find that the mroseculon of tho men against whom true bits were to offer a reO1Utlon dlrectn the attention of Congress to the fndictnua and asking for an opinion of the Ju dlclUrj Oommitie Can r11 received a letter from Rev John S Steers a mgnbcr of the Kentucky Logislaturo In which the eler- gynran gives what he myst js u trUe statement of the cage upon which the lXparJnnt ot Juice bued Its In dktmonts of those twelve atlraed- night riders who are also members of the Burley Soclot- olr Steetx t tyS that William T Os borne who It was claimed in the Indictment was the rctnt of Hari Ight- rlderF had prouhIsad the tobacco orig- andzatlon I of which ho mtis tl memo luu that he would trot ship his to baOCO although he refused to pool it with the other tobacco ralsens of Grant County Ii per eent of whoSo product was In the pool In November 190i however OJ- Il1rne hauled his crop to the Dry IUdse station for shipment o CII- lclJUtl The members of the local uDion learned of thLe lend at a rivet lag on Thn giving night apolntedla commitJtee to walt upon This comnrlttea was oomroo d of J S Cartsr a broth inIaw Osj borne A C Webb and R L conT1d1 They drove to the s atIon and pleaded with Osborne sot to shlp his tobacco tbornc Iudsted that inasmuch LSI lie was tat to the tool he had a to do what he pleawd whth ht9 crop1 but after he had been reminded of I hts promise not to 11I he couaented Steers sets to esetsd his tobaoeo hack to hilt farm provided the local lInlo1- woald haul IT life rfJUei was agreed to and the tobacco was nt hack ot the tJ1n where It nn mined until he Grant County PJOl pas dtgrosed of I If fuou salsted by Mr Steers are sloiTect and 1 Jave cue doubt they ar and the JrrnlJnt of Jux o1httters thorn ground suf- Aeiont to wIlut hlllctl11011t under I the erlmhhal code thou iro body of M1ntn In ticks ooulJJrr da mate trnnl lllOftCutlon DIll CstJlU No jT11ll of farmers ron v l r- mtUll1 to eombine their ire emits for- their Ilro tction under such construe- tin of the law It these IIlIUctment hold till Uhao men are twtndcted- Rad seat to the piaitetbary then tIII aguicukmal society 4n this trouuty fTllIttl for pmttcting the Utrmor tnteheet cart be adjudged equally guilty ot ln two nlen could ngroe to withhold their sob ecowlIeat or other erol r front a pr0slactve purehsrer- to another State An these mOll dd- wtis to argue wklh oue of tutor run- mtar not to Phil his toJ1COO out of tlto State In rhupilance with a prom iee he hd 111011 madToltlccoT- IdtU1i QUICKS couGH MEDICINE Quickest and best for coughs i aoaaxarEED Sold by druggists Made by- J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Irrritinelea Borrowing Forest trees The enterprse of German foresters and the lnporstnce of tseo qlttW4l1J for forest purposes ate sriknglys- howi by two horns of news whIch come the one from lol1 ana the IJrt11thatMonnue larch seeds to be used by pintrI llanting a IGSacro tract of land be longing to the municipality The Grlm8113 rrcogalza taint the In troluctlon into their forests ofaIu trotS unttve to either counWss may- beI dccldedly to Weir advantage Al tbbugh as a rule the forest trees best- R adapted to o1Clt region are those wbtcb naturally grow In ft there IU many exceptions Norway lepruce and Avsaan and Scotch pine bRve ben r S J carried from their native homo to- othia parts of Europe and to America and have been found well worth ttto attention of the grower of Umber Several of Our own species MO met- with favor In Europe and flouriShed there such as the Douglas fir Week walnut and others The Australian ouoalyplus is prong a great rind for Amorrica and South Africa OUr own white pine long ago crossed the Atlantic In respowe to the needs of Europeans whose forests are compsmUvely poor in tree spec lee and is nhw grown commercially on such a scale that when it lis wanted for planting In Its own native habitat the German uureJI1I113n Is often ready to deliver young plants here for a lower prloo than our nUri1rl111n Is often reedy to deliver nurserymen will quote Now the Gee mans are going to try the Western larch also The request front the German nurseryman Instructs the col to gather the choIcest seeds IlcctnI ripe this fall One nurseryman exchangesirable German shrubs which fie In tends to cultivate and sell In Amen ca In the same n glon tour or five months ago forester of our own Department of Agriculture gathered seed for use in the neighboring Lolo Forest where n new forestplauting nursery was begun last year The objects of Ue Guelph planting are according to local accounts to protect the towns Wae source by a forest cover ove Its springs in the hills to make a beautiful Wood for a public Park and to provide for a future timber supply LS a muncipal asset In foreign countrIes forest tracts are own owned and manoged- by towns and ctks as a IUlns I- neiwent and to insure a pier ianent supply of wood for local consumption but in America planting by munci lltlltle other that for park and for watershed protection has scarcely ben thought of The kinds or trees to be grown In the GUIIIh park have dread been decided upon by the Ontario Agricultural College The pretosed rreforestatfon promises to he of 60 great economic and sanitary- value that tiN estimated cost of S per acre for Importing and planting the seedllugs and caring for the grow lug tune is regarded ns well worthwhile Beware of Ointment for Ca tarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surely destroy the sons of smell and completely de ran roit through the musmus surfaces j exIoollt1111doCatarrh Cure monufaotUle1 by F Ti Cheney 6 Co Tolooo 0 contains I no mancun md Is taken inernally- aoing dl1lotl upon 411e blood and mucous surtaees of tile system In buying Halll Cstarlt Cure b sure- you get the genuine It s taken internally and mild in Toiedr Ohio by F J Cheacy 6 Co TeEintonlals free Said by Drugglato Pree lac lier bottle Tcrke Hall Family Pals for con Et4llltOI1 Poisoned by Eggs That many people are poisoned by eggs and not by spooled orgs only but often by those that are froshiy laid and apparently good Is asserted- by a French chemis Numerous cases of poisoning due to elalrs or cream eaktN have occured recently In Paris and it was in the course of an invesIgston of these that the coreluslon was reached that the toxic actksn was always the fault of the eggs in the custard 1er u min eral pakons Introduced accidentally or of tlse otl11r Ingreets of the creont French eggs it is said become infected before they are Ili Eggs Terminated First Egg Whats booome of that Mies Rul Poly we get ncqualnied with in the cold storage house Second 11 Oh the got smashed o an actor und It broke her all up BOoiton Transcript Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement with the publishers ot the Inland Farmer of Louisville whereby we are enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that llaper one year for 150 The Inland Farmer is a weekly Jour nal and one ot the best farm papers published In the United States Our readers should take advantage of this offer tl QuicksCold and Medicine LaGrippeininJO minutes At druggist or bY mail JC Meadalall Me4lclJe Ce ETIU11tIe IlL TAKEN FROM CIVIL WAR f NOTE BOOK OF j M LEACH Continued from last Week May 12Eacl1 day wv imvo been bore here has been a dvtallto work on some ditches east ot the bridge Oolonol Gates has been anypod near Edwards Station This nrormng wo had a fight with Grants advtance guard We were marched ut to the breastworks and lay in them aU night slay 13At 3 oclock this mornings we moved two milts south of Ed wards station and formed a line of battle on a hill In an old field 1st Brigade on the right and 2nd on the left It is reported that General John son Is in Jackson with 16000 recruits Generat Pendleton Is moving troops out ot Vicksburg There kill be a fight In a few days or somebody will run May 16 Yesterday evening and last night wo moved back to Edwards Station and took the Clinton toad and marched four miles and formed a line of battle LowrJng on tile tight resting on the Ramon road General StevIson on the right on the Clinton toad our division occupied the center We went Into our places like we were going Into camp No orders for deuce no advance guard Some urea built flnxs and laid down juts as If no t1cn1 iwas within fifth miles of us when in fact they were close at hand not but Q tow hundred yards At day break we got up and eat breakfast but very early they made paint on our right when in fact they were sending a large body of troops to our loft At 10 oclock General Stevlson was attacked by a very large force which drove him back and n little while longer our whole 111111 would have gone Ill when our division was brought Into action met us Stevisons division give way our first fire seat thorn reeling back in disorder When we ware ordered to charm but had not gone oVer 400 cards when fresh troops were brought against us but In a few minutes they were also routed So we contlmreed tb drive them for near three hours Wh n our ammu- nltion gave onto and being out flanked We dell rock to the road our di- vIsion covering the ret ritLowrings division being cut off made Its way to Johntons army We comlnud to rctrettt 10 DIG Black BddgrJ where we lay on the damp ground all night So ended the battle of Bakers Creek I dont bedera It tere were ffierI such generalship shown We bud 300 killed 1000 or 1200 wounded and 200 taken as prison ro The enemys logs not known but in killed and wounded os much as ours May liWe were ansued very ali this morning by picket fighting Ve were soon phiced Imo the deh our brigade on our right center was filled up with Tennesteeiant We bud been sharp shooting when tr FederI- als made a charge on the center when the Tenneselaas threw dawn their arms and fled This gave the enemy sossBon of our works and nlll that we could do was to nun for dear life for the bridge which mst of our brltttde reached but Grteus truce cut off and only a few reached the bridge about half of iris urea swum the river and made their escaM Ve burned the bridges and retreated o Vicksburg That night our army whipped and discouraged and in fJme portion dLtorgaulzed well knowing that wro would be besieged and alto knowing that It we were relieved from the outside we would heave w surrendm sOOner or later Juno iWe have been inside of the breastworks twentycue days I have not en able to kegs a journal from the fret that my brook was at camp and we had not time to run around much but perhaps It Is just as well On the ISUl of May our treops were coming 1n in Equals from ten to thirty and ns I Unve said disorganized but they kept corn Ing in and huntugtb1i command Everything look quite discouraging About I oclock Jn the evening the enemy made their appixaranu before our breasfiworlas and our divhdon was sent OUt side of the works on the left to watch their movements some sharp shooting and canonading but no engagement Our divfsinn lost 3 killed and some wounded About mid night we were moved back inside of the works and most or W erebeld- on receive to support the left If needed ilay 19Thls was a calm rind bright morning The sun arore brIght huti clear the birds sang sweetly aAd all nature sromoo In peace but there was a being when ever be moved his steps ware quick and light his eye was on the watch tills slUneEB Is almost death to a soldier but It was not to conJnue long TtIH sharp crack or a rifle as h tvy pals of too canon soon announced tt our enemy was not veq far off Tiileat- firat was slow but lecreaa until r r u there was a constant tear and the- bails I that first cause whistling over lour hoods now camo tooling Up the ground in every dlrecti n cutting down timber kljUng stock and woo to the men that ft chanced to hit Al most two oclock they made a grand charge on our tenter coming up to five columns deep Our men reserved their tire until they came with fn good range when we poured such a- well dhocted fire Into their ranks that it sent thorn reeling track In disorder leaving the ground strewed with their dead and wounded Aiay 20At daylight we seedarous ed from our slumber by fmplrsn ots- of lnh As the day btore Q charge was made no the center and loft- which resulted in the repulse of the enemy This inspired our troops and they thought that Jl our etrrmy continued to charge our works we would surely whip them May 21Today was spent In sharp shooting and canonading which was terrify May 22The small arms are still going chop chop chop all night as hell as day about 10 oclock this morning as our regiment was laying In a deep hallow they opened a most terrific camuonadlnJ that ever fell to the lot of mortal man to behold It seemed as though the earth was rackd tu its vrcy center In addition to tile land batteries the gun boats abovo town opened their big mouths and belched away and a nuuitber of motors across the penInsula sent out their large rnisstls into town bursting and sending their fragments In every dirrecUon To add to all of this the enemy made a charge on ucarly the whole line planting some of their flags on our works OUr regiment was moved first to one place and thne another firing Cl few FhoGherc and there until long aftet night TIi4a was a busy day tilbusands of our enemies fell to rise no more for a great distance around Woe ground was almost covered with therlr dead bodies Our loss was considerable May 23No charge made but a continual sharp shooting and cannonading May 24Sunday we are still on reserve the stink from the dead hod leg of the Federals is alm03t beyond endurance about 1 o lock the firing ceaaed and wo leasnpd that General Perdieton had sent out a fYag truce reques1ug Grant to buT 1I1IngIsuce lag all was quiet ithlout11 yesterday on the extreme rIght and I held in reserve Today the gun boat ClaclrvJtI and a tug came d wn and made fight with Whistling DIck but tha old allow struck In a tender place and suit her to the bottom of the river This was all in view the tug I arade Irr retreat After dark we moved back to the caster and nur regiment was placed In the ditches whaie the Jackson road crow the breast works Tho third Loutsiana- on our right guarding a plarapet Juno GWe have wcn In the ditches slnco the 28th shooting aU day and tlgging all nIght has been our employment Our regim tb3s lost ktlied since tIre eloge begun nnd 120 number wounded Our ratIonS ever we have been in hm have been reduced to one half Tongihtwe were relrolw and taken down In a deep hollow near the railroad and held on reserve June jOn reserve we beardsame I cannon In the roar it L hoped that I Johnson wlU soon relieve us far same of our troops are almost worn out with watching and nltluE May God so drect us that all may odvance his glory and our c1e11verauoe Jung SLut night CIS U31a1 Ii- ooOOinued ctnnonakfng was kept up motor boats rune continued wndJn thou large shells into town ever since we liaee been in here but do not do much damag It is uue thy- have killed a tow women and cblldren and destroyed some louses but it would surprise anyone to sre what little damage they have done to prop erty Our hospitals suffer man than any other it teems that when the yellow flag Is hoisted there they direct shells falling and bursting sometlnscts immediately In the has pltsl killing and veundhng the ask and kUling wounded They have caus ed US to vacate tlra city hospital Our men are gathering their shells and balls to get the powder out of tha shops for our guns Out rations live been reduced to one fourth whIch is quite suns though I her no one complain If we can only be inchsf- ul at last we will not compS sos e bare enough to support life Continued Next Wash 1or K Ttie Indian Statue Many absud ides lime been clr- culated about the commemsriiive statue In ocord3To wIth Mr Rod roan Wanamaker 1t is pttososed to erect at tIN entrants to New York lsaatbor or on some oher site to bo designated by Comgres4 Jt is t1 In tended to w a peach revmtOrlal Il9 some have suggested but merely a monument to perpetuate imperlshhb- I the memory of the JboIigltWl1 In habitants of Amerdba Next to DSroltng jus treatment of the living Indian the rrlcndJ of redskin could not do better than to insure by a dignified and appropriao- mpsnorW the pt JC1aton of at least the outward annbintco tlf a picturesque trpe whose mournful de cadnC6 from his form nigh estate Is one of the tragedies of social evo lutionIt be u mther tardy reparation to the original occupant of a country to erECt a statue to him some oonturll9 ulIor ho has boon crowded off the most valuable por lIrOlredlmonUJ1l1CIlt station of the brevy of thes tenure of rho land it WIU have somedhing of the subduing effect of the m1Ilge of the Roessssllona upon any ten- dancy to overweening metlonal on dolt based upon the nliUl11pdon of aged oDg onersblpIS by dvl right In this country of maegniflunt distances It Is well to remember that for unknown generations ere th3 advent of the white men there were brave and hardy peoples In ouT abates many it not most of whom boUsed die rool Ish saying about the only good In dian A Dont Break Downt Severe strains on the vital organs like strains on ntachhanorycauoy break downs You cant overtax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves without serious danger ito yourself Jf you are weak or run down or under- stro1n of any kind take Electric Bittern the matchless tonic medicine Mrs J E van de Sande of KIrkland 111WrJes That I did not breakdown while enduring a most revere strain for three montlU udueoo- lI to Electric Bitters Use them and enjoy health and srtength Satisfaction guaranteed 60 cents at all druggists m FRIEDALAND Len over from last Week Match 1Rev G n Lawrence filled his regular appointment at Cane Run third Sunday Mr J M Chrhrran clerk of cane Run Rapt 1t church recently re- asved a letter tram Mr J A Mc Cord the eldest living member of Cano Run Ho teas rlsdOO at Auburn Ky for the past fffteen years but he remained loyal to the church of hIs youth still boding Wa membership there Rev H D Burch has hls new store almost COmpleted Frtedaland will soon bo able to boast of two fins class- dry goods stores Mrs Emma White and Mss May Sanders milliners for L S Hoover 6 Sons will leave for Louisville on next Vednesday to purchase spring mililner goods Mr X G BoSwell has gone to- Evansville with logs Mr George Cooper and family will leave in a few dars for Souh Da koht where they will make theIr fu tore home Messrs G J and Isaac ChrlsUan attended the W O W lodge at Horse Branch on rSattlday night Mr J W and son Otha were guests of his daughter Mrs Isaac Christian last Tuesday night It Saved His Leg All thought Id lose my leg J A Slln8n of WatertoWn Wls Ten years or eczema that 16 doe wrs could not cure bad at last laid me up Then Bucklens Africa Salve cured it SOund and wall Infallible for Skin Eropjons EczC Salt Rheum Bolls Fever Sores Burns Scalds CUts and Piles 25e at all Iktiggtsts rn To Destroy Mites here Is a now plan for ktlliag mites on poultry roosts Take two pieces- to make a roost sevonthelghtb inch thick and 2 Inches wide bevel tho edges a little and trill together not too close and set up on edge The- notes will all congregate In tire cram between the two pieces Pour kero coo In the grmo formed by the beset on top and the mites will soon be dead CASTORIAJer Ifaats uei eL1- M KW YN Man Always light Heats the- elgaatare of KIRKPATRI liFrs FOUR MORE YEARS Hodgenvl11e Post Master Honored For Good Record I A special dspahh to the Loute vile papers from Yashlrrgton Oly states that Mr T B Klrkpatrkk has again bgen aPllOItted post maSer at this place Phis ends a long and bitter struggle for the post office as tJ con teat lies boon known cis lOne of the warm numbers that were before the departarenb for decision Mr Kitkilat rick was a candidate for reappointment to the office and from first to last thrice were several opponents and some of them with strong politlcal backing However Mr Kirkpatrick- won out and the Herald lg prepared to sayeatd bY reasnd oP t J knowledge hadfwos beonethe admirable manner in which ho had conducted the business ot the office Thoei tIatro who have bust flees with the office knew that ho had given It time and attention and- rhey1rsanted hIm retatnett Addled to thIs Influence was that of the Lln coIn Farm ASsociation whose Interests demanded a first class offioo here and the officials or the Association lent him R helping blond Mr Kirkpatrick gives ussumnce that he will be s attentive m the future as in the past end tlhat g al- wa wantLaruo runty Herold To cure LaOrlppc and Colds 1011 boars take QUICKS Cold and TAIttETsl If tar drsllist IRs sot keep tbttl said Z5c is J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Esasynle lid and get them post paid Guaranteed Skim Milk for Hens Skimmed milk is a valuable tprotlll feed tf fed in not too large quanti ties Experiments carried on by the West Virginia Experiment Station with several pens of birds and repeat ed two years in succession showed an increase of approximately one egg for every quart of milk fed or to t more exact a total gain of 702 egg from 802 quarts of milk fed during the experiments This gave n feeding NrUquartmeets the milk was used to moisten the mash teed and was given at We rate of approximately one Quart pr day for each ten hens Milk may also be given sweet as a drink tT fed when completely curdled In feeding alone the d shes in which it iSt fed must be kept clean and should be frequently scaldedFor Pain InChest 1incoughlaveLiniment You dont need to rub just lay it on lightly It penetrates lOst a ntly to the seat congestion Heres the ProofMr AW Price Fredonla Kans says We have used Sloansllnb ment for a year and find It an excel lent thing for sore throat chest pains colds and foventtacks few coughIng SlolsL- inimentis easier to use than porous plasters acts and d estnot clog up the J1t It be an nn for arid of the throat and chest 1 will break the deadly membrane Inc attack of croup and will kill kind cfneufIJtiaot then matlcpa1u An dru rIets teeP IP1ietIIIe DEilr LaUrippe Medicine theporesof tlscptlcremedr Inflammatory A AI rrifJrr F 4 SECOND GLASS 1 MAIL MATTER Opinion of The Press on De tj+ partments Position i rIMagazines Filled With Advertise ments Declared Responsible for Deficit in Postal Service Philadelphia SOtnTlto Govern ment carries magazines and othe periodicals through the malls at the aleurdly low rate of one cent per pound Some of these publications put forth mote than a pound in each issue and as It cost J1C Postoffice 3 Department more than nine cenltls a pound to defray the railway fares t is apparent on the face of it thatithe Government sustains an enormous an nual loss as a result of dts generosity In this direction WHY SUCH A DIFFERENCE Chdcago Trrlbune Why does it east so much moro to carry maga zines from New York toO hlcago in a car marked U S Mall than in the following car in the earno train marked Express DUE TO HEAVY MAGAZINES San Francisco Chronicle The newspapers whether good bad or Indifferent do carry Intelligence to the people From day to day they give the history of the day before collected at great cost Tho magazines do nothing of that kind To the ex tent that they ire good magazines they give useful comment but the great mass of the cheap magazines give actual or avowed fiction which- is not deserving of any public sub sidy whatever For most of the year the greater pant of their bulk is ad vertisements and the real motive of their publication is the circulation of advertising matter at one cent n poundCOST OF MAGAZINE CARRIAGE 4Balblmere American The deficit s Is declared from the low rates no a particular rate of second class mail matter and upon the rural delivery service It Is pointed out J that magazines and other periodicals exclusive of tho dally newspapers comprise about sixty per cent of the second class mall The overage car rtage distance of magazines Is about a thousand miles and Uio average cost to the Government for hauling alone Is more than five cents n pound it is tentatively suggested that the length of haul should be nagairded in- fixing the tote for second ctassma t terICREAM TO EXPlRESS Chicago TrlbuneIt appears that the Postoffice Department not being run on business principles has al owed the express companies to take the cream while It has reserved for itself the skim milk It has acquiesced in an old construction of the law which has lot the companies carry tecond class mall matter Tflroy be- Ing wise In their gonerntlon hhve accepted It for short hauls sand rejected it for short hauld There was money for them In the one OVTH when they went below tho Govemnmenlt nato of one cent n pound In the other th ro would have been a loss of money at the Govemmncfc mate II WHAT ECONOMY MIGHT DO Jackson Miss Sun Wo arc now paying olghyeon times ae much o pound on second class mutwtr aa J Canada pays and yeti Canada bas a surplus in her Postoffico Dapmtment Think of how much would ba saved in one year niayin one monthjlf our postal service was managed with I1InyI eont of economy J Chlidron Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAThe A summary of large public bene lactionB In the Unitedf States during 1909 gives a total of 141250000 which rte 40OOQ000 beyondawry former year and double the aggregate of 1908 A third of the amount was bestowed on public education which lifts always figured at tho head of the list Some of the glfta aro from per sona who Sod exceedingly and 1quiEt lives and whose wealth proved to be much greater than was sup posed Their plans to dispose of it were also unknown until their wills were read During tho last decade large benefactions in tills country hove exceeded 800000000 ft faotj that will be viewed as suprlslng I any other nation The movement on this stale la dlstlnoH American Something must be credited to tho fret that his is the wealOilest country la tfcb world but other rakes arc rich and not disposed to give to nny thing like this extent Gifts In the The more you eat i Quaker Oats the better your health will beI Practicalexperi rents with athletes show Quaker Oats to be the greatest strengthmaker rRegularhermetletalsealed S6 United States amounting rjo ten bll lions is a conservative estimate for the next century Aflthough this country has long 1 all others in liberal provision for pub- t lie education the gifts ails year fhr the purpose footed up nearly 50000 000 Public llbraritia have multiplied to such extent that Jhe supply liaa almost overtaken tho demand Nu morons departments of science have loch expanded by gifts Endowments have been given for tho study of cer tain destructive diseases end for the promotion of the health of hte people in general Hospitals have not boon overlooked but many more are need ed and on a larger boats Museums for art collections have been gener ouuly remembered and deE rve great deal more Their utilities ap ply to business as well as the social and recreative life of t he people Special funds like that rewarding acts of heroism mark the broaden ling out of philanthropy in a country whose success In selfgovornmenti 1 curtain to bo thoughtfully observed- L by every civilized communitGlobo Democrat A ofNerve Indomitable will and tnemlondous e ergy are never found where Stomach Liver Kidneys and Bowels are out of order If you want these quaHtJ and the success they bring use Dr Kings New Life Pills the niatohlesa regulators for keen brain and strop body 25c at all druggists ni 1 ISidelights on the Census Congress has appropriated ten mill lion dollars for the Thirteenth Cen sus and may be nuked for four mil lion dollars for the Thirteenth Can lion more Not counting the latter but Including the ten million Con gress has expended over fltty seven million In ceasustnldng to date beginning with the first census in liDO Director Durand hopes to save a million dollars or more on the Thir teenth Census as compared with its predeces ors taking Into account the larger scope and Sze of the Impend Ing inquiry Congress requires the director to obtain Information relative to the population agriculture manufactures mines and quarles It restniclied the Inquiries under each head but gave Director Durand authority So dCftClr mine the form and subdivision of In quiries necessary The census of population is taken with reference to tIle conditions existing on April 15 1910 The census of agriculture has reference to the calendar year 1909 so far as farm operations aro conversed and to April 15 1910 us to farm equipment or taper Inventory The schedule will be carried by forty tire thousand of the sixtyfive thousand enumerators and thctze will be chosen from he progressive farmers and crop reporters TIle census of manufactures mines and quarries covers Ithe calendar year 1909 only and tho eighteen hun tired special agents will begin Jan 1 1910 to gather theo statistics A tost examination on November the 3rd was provided for them For these places persons who hlavo had some sort of statistical edu cation or experience wll be performl Whitman Osgood in tho Decem Lon National Magaziner4 The Lash of a Fiendtlwould have been about 03 welcome to A Cooper of Oswego N Y OK a merciless Jung racldnig cough that de fled all remedies for years It Was mosttroublesome at night he writes nothing helped me till I used Dr Kings New Dlocovory which cuilad is me completely I never cough at night now Millions know its match to less relit for stubborn colds obsti tlmnhOmorrhagetoroup or hayftever It rleleves quickly and Inever fails toWItJsfA trlaloonIvlnoes 560 100 Trial bottle free dgstsChildren Cry fOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA i I r iJ WILL SUPPORT JUDGE flREAR ExMayor Woods Will Line Up Against Machine Writes Letter to Louisville Herald Outlining his Position in Coming Struggle Former Mayor Clarence E Woods of Richmond Ky know the State over ns one of the cleanest men in politics writes tho Louisville Herald the following letter in praise of its 1ThIrd House series Richmond Ky Feb 28 1910 Dear SIrThe Herald da doing right now tho best sca vice ever pre formed for the State by a IoulEvllle daily to prevent tile prevent Legis lature tram going dawn into history as a political hawlot=the debauch ed victim of profession lobbyists You correspondents at Frankfort R E Dundon and S J DuncanClark are holding up the mirror to the men who are ore the verge of political sui clde and moral damnation by subserviency to he Third House In fluences dtapainting them scars and all and tho State Is becoming aroused to the charges that some our tleaeou and elders in the LegIslature ror tIle charges that sumo of our and skiers la tho Legislature at orsprivate characters to be soiled by the odious attributes of double dealing falsehood or hypocrisy And an outiTOged State Jooks on with horror and anger counn ty unit Ml in its campaign hand book and on tho stump and in our party beeybindIng on such statemen as Lilian Carter and those who had no higher Legg e to serve terests It party pledges tyro thus disregarded by our own men what hope Is there for relief for tint overwhelming majority of Kentuckians who favor the county unit except to go a step further and put the distilleries I and breweries clwvr out of operation The lino of battle is forming for Statewide prohibition The liquor Samson will pull down the temple upon himself with stolid indlffeience characteristic of Ma ilk Lay on McNutt and dinned be he who first cries hold enough 1 have never voted anything but the Democratic ticket yellow dogs and all If the Democratic party lets Whallen Linn and Combs Klalr and the distilleries and breweries dictate our nominee for Governor 1 will spoil my political record by takln the Kiump from aloe lug Sandy to die Purchase and beg temperance Demo rats to clean up house by electing JUte ORear the ideal temperance man in public life In Kentucky The time is ripe yes rotten tilt for change Then let It conic For men In earnest have no time to waste Patching fig loaves for the naked truth Respectfully CLARENCE E WOODS ExMayor Reward for Dog- I will give 13 reward for apprehension and conviction of theft who solo my dog fox hound white anti black spotted with Ted ears black spot on center cf back white lets with red mingled with white Answers namo of Spot LON STEVENS Sentence Sermons Power in speech comctr from pa tience in silence Lies always get ripe before we are for them Men sock for honors often because have lost honor Forgetting elf Is the secret of finding satisfaction in life Sorrow Is heavens school where we learn the alphabet of love A man Is to be known by hits goal mther than by his genealogy Tine best evidence of loving heaven endeavor to bring it here It to easy for the man who amounts nothing to give himself away Deceit usualy has a good start in man who boasts of his diplomacy t- He soon loses nil fulfil In tho j oor tries to feed thorn with fine No man is uncommonly good who a not help to make goodness earn One of the blessings of being weedy s that there are always some who ire more eo Some think they are Standing by r the faith when they are but frozen in their tracks Many a man shoot his faith In the wisdom of his God by offening la dime to cover a dollar sin It1sno use proscribing the Gospel to a sick word unJess you rom mend it by u healthy life People who run around In n circle usually hire a calllcpe to call atten tion1 to their progresb Heaven Is going to be a strenuous place for some who have enonfe their lives running after rest There la a lot of difference toetweten the people who take n front row at the feast and thuse who hold Iti In the fight Some sinners do not repent be cause they fear there would not be enough Joy dn heaven over the went to satisfy them Chicago Tribune r v In Memory Mrs Columbus Allen wife of Al fred Allen deceased departed this liter Feb 20th 1910 She was Hixty years of arse and leaves five children dosseHer slstns are Mrs David locker Auburn Ky Mrs Jerryleen Hines Rockport Ky Mr Eugene Kirby Narrows Ky MIM Alen was sick but a pew days and bore her suffering without a murmur She was of a lovely disposition generous hearted and motera 1o a as she was she cared for her aged anoth er In hor last days who was nhrty years old at pier death Mrs Altai had bwn a member of Oak throve Church for many years She Ked at SulphursVernonocan tar to bereaved children weep not for dent mother only try to walk in her foot steps that you may tweet her in the happy biioml where there will bo no mote gtAMlibys A friend I A s 1Stopst Cough heals the Luags QUICKS COUGH I AlEDICINEi If not better then any other money back I Jr C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO RVANSVILLE IND IPoor Luck in Hatching eggs are responsible for nilnetentlm of the i oor luck In hatchln The best plan is not to set hens or Incubator until eggs can be hud that are not chilled Quite often it means waking only a week longer Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IA Rattlesnake Island One of those siange fiiviks of an imal and reptile distribution that puzzle tho naturalist is found on Rattlesnake Island In Iike Wlnniperfau keo N H The bfca coutailiiil flfty serer lands of all sizes from n few square feet to hundreds of acres but only on Rattle ntlo is them to bo found anything mote alarming titan the harmless and preiv garter ftnakt1Tin country HirrouniKug the 1 mouiitalnous and veil wooded but h Is free from snuked KiLitlevnUko I si unil has a monoiMly of rattlers Tho island Is niw of tte largvst In the lake ae well as the most pc tureeque Its 111110 fjiibiib tiv jcws and it remnlnw today us Virgin as wl1lu the Indibiio RIITO the lake Its nniacnl namo i lust why tho sivakow sit uld i nvo HWillhodu snake Island la several humltvd ynirds trait any other Island Srwno years ago a fisherman lxldea thin life fd los landed on the Island and three cooked his lunch Perhaps he was a bit nervous for ho forgot to put out his fire and the wind tanned It Into a blaze A Lunge part of the Island Was burned over and during the next few dayq tinny rattlesnakes weiw found on vile mainland nod the neighboring tkilands Within n week however the snakes wero gone from the mainland and not one snake of a venomous kind has been found outsldo of Rnttlesnako Island since then v The snakes confine themselves to the rock cliffs that form the uplands of fife island and are seldom seen Ono doubting Thomas who reasoned that there couldent bo any snakes on of he island l eeauEo he liid never A Slen any wont aJiore there one day and tramped about In his Irate feet AS luckwoulit have it fine navar saw snake The barefooted explorer near ly tainted the next day when a friend armed with a shotgun exploited the a place and camp back with a Gfoot rattler This led to the organization of a hunting party The hunters wore high tir P The Kind You Have Always Bought nnd which has been in use for over 30 years has borno tIle signature of and has been his personal supervision no to deceive in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORCastorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor OH Pare gorIc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms und allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colts It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMC CINTAUN CONY TT MUHK TKCCT NOW WONN CRT 4 WHAT IS WRONG I 4 U 44Withour t 41Public Schools E 4i By JOSEPH M ROGERS A pf articles creating widespread comment from the ofl press and educators of America Now running in H = LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE H ofl GET IT READ IT Special Rates Given to Teachers ADDRESS = ILippincotts Magazine PhiladelphiaI H 9 14 lit 4 U rSave 75 PURCHASING 1FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only S25 The regular price is 5ioo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 25 Books and stationery are included If not wow buy one for future use Second BUSINESS and Walnut Streets COLLEGEI hoots and looked the ground over carefully before taking a stop They found snakes in abundance and tho numbers the rattlera got on their nerves stor killing five unusually large snakes the party chose a large flat rock near the waters edge and well out of the snakes habitat for a resting place One of the hunters is a professor in Now York college He dostont teach natural history and his know edge of outdoor life is not verY extensive As ho aft munching a staid wItch a cicada sat up its shrill cry made under since its Infancy Allow ono you series BY ONE OF OUR seeing ready Still holding firmly to tho sand witch the professor gave a wild leap that landed him in the lake The cold water and the laughttrof his friends restored his reasoning faculties but he tsill of tlm opinion that all tho snake skins in creation 0 would not tempt him to visit Uajtle snake again The beauty of the Island lias Mu ctl many people to covet Jtms the site for a summer home ttj itlto- suggestionhas boon madetrtport1- n hero of hogs to exterminate tho soakte Jew York Sun st j rc e ili1 s i I 4 t Hartford Republican Entered according to law at the Poetomce Hartford my ae man matter of the flecoDd tone c M BARNETT EDITOR rEorno s CUZZLbrln4M40ouch 2 1vrzFRIDAY MARChi ANNOUNCEMENT 11II Wo are authorized to announce Hon Den 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 b held March 12 1910 Congress has agreed to pair lxtr ot the Ptruddtrts pot measures It wit be just like the present leg k1Mure to adjourn without IJ AD Good Roods bill The Louisville Dally papers con continue to shOoW chance of heart by their support of tho Society o- Equlty f We have always oita prac ties never to withhold a good word for anyone no matter If It Is the only good word which may e said The present eKntucky Iaeglslatune Js Handing by the farmeri Secretary ot SJII e Knox seems to quesIioaon having married without parental- ocrtstm ha3 opened negutlntlons forI recognitJon from dJe Secrary 1I ye no tatement has been given concerning the rwultIJ great drel of fun has been made d the prognostications concerning the Halleyy comet and the destruction which It may bring about when It 1sts us sometime In May It may do no harm o score tome people In to cleaning up their moral or setting their home In order and In some cases tear of emntiuent wnger is the only means whIch can be utilized to produce such a reukfj We salted to eee a great deal of- M bpi ging anq oferal Smlunvemenx 11I the city of Ilattford Ibis year The c sale ot the sewerage bonds Qlrrlng 601nloonlIeweC4c places to our town WhIm thb system hug been InstJllloo Ilartfonl mill be the heultiliest own In the GtEen River Valley and one ot the moC atuantive- places o he found anywhere for a a home location In the death of the htI3 Senator Platt of Now York tho country has rent the passing ot almost tt net gnlte the last ot the old style Jlepub- Iican poUtlelam The lao b nator Quay of Ienmhlnia Platt lOt Now York and a halt score td dhons once dictated tho wmIwa1ons and policies of the RepUblican gnrty nuta only In their own ILrttos hut In the L- II1I1tjon as well While we have been taught to abhor mtaeh1ne poiLttcs yet- we are hound W admit that In many instances their acts proved to lie wise wbethrr they knew 1C or sot Now that the oxoonfoderato soldior- is to draw n paur4lon we proaumo 1I11cII DemocratIc press will ceatvs the long continued Iprtc1dce ot heaping ubUEeII vgsost Fedontl pensltmtnas A reproduc 4ton ot some ot tirtso raUbtubds JJrinf ted n few yxtrs ego would nai aaad well to the old excnifedetvuto utJIIs time w110 Is oxWu1l11Jg n luand fur help from tllo txab tNJlTY Fmt our hart we have 1Jer begrudged the smal plttanoe which has lKen bard tot the surivors ot tlto 11110 Civil War on the Federal side and we havn noti die S11gh thjCtlon to u1LbluncoI S do the old tern a wth wore rho gIn jn A tratrlclda4 conflict do whichtatoy Contended I1S trtso soldiers In deroned of what they ooJllOOhcd to lie a iglat The Tariff Does not Control prices Nothing could mare clearly demon Mt11aw the fact thDlt the Tariff does so control tanices Steel rails havo a- iroductive duty and are largely the flnduct of a singt3 large cortJoratlon1 butt steel mila were onehaU point lower in 1908 than III 1900 AntlJlnc1to coal ds in the hands of C largo oem wdinaJI yet unUllucite has advanced 30II witch since 1900 and cotton tiC oil 1Ihfdll ds on tire free Ilh and not is thc tlands ot any srtat corponton- luue advanced C5 points The captain tof the Massachusetts training ship Find priBe whlchlmade a world cruise J8t year purchased suplIs alt six f- tforelgl1 and domcrtlc pouts and he reported that at eleven of there Jtoo l11pLl1S cad mor 9 Lhan they did in the Boston market Artt- cies on whdlh the recent Tariff removed the dirty U ht1T Jrnstance as k4ds hate wvnncoo largeey since Fibs Jaw took erect as uwo other r andcles ouch as boots and altoee- whicch iho duty was gtrutUly tea ed It can hardy be possible that peoplb of the United States can fooled t tbe coming eleo30n choosing a Democratic Ilotitto of Rep re6entQtlesbClCa otSwooplri false hoods about the Talirr and the cost ot living PrIces and the cot t ot Uv ling btve advanced In every great n- Uon of the world and have ver materially adrnt1coo In ChIna and Japan where the ProtrothO Tariff cut no figure and also lu the Unttod- KJnjgdom which ts a FreeTrade nation This demotWbrxksv the rocldess absurdity of the charge that the Tar It has advanced prices lu the Urdt Stes- S S ROCKPORT March SPrompt work ot the local tare fighters saved the rvshlan- t of Z Harrel the Flair Street mar chant from beIng destroyed by tIre The blaze which originated from u defective chimney la n closet was discovered In time for it to be extinguished before any serious mmabC resulted Two prisoners confined In the city hold over broke jail one dayy last week and one escaped while the other was apprehended by Chief Williams of the pollee department before hu succeeded In descending iron the root The men were hargd watth mInor offenses The Jail Is Ia n dI lalJldated condition and the prisoners picked the brick from the flue and escaped in an easy manner A small freight wreck occurred on the hinds Central In Roslne tunnel Tuesday morning and lIS n nesult ntl trains were delayed The trek wIS the result of a car leaving the mils the tunnel No one was injured Miss Marguerite 11am one of Rock- P011s most charming young ladles has gone to Beaver Damwtere fhellas accepted a position as chief saleslady la the store of A D Taylor and Son The Rockport Htgh school will close this week on account It Is re pensod of lack ot funds with which to Fray the teachers The ktrrnt has J been a very Xsstulone A number of local people wer summoned to appear befrnr tlsa grand ury in SC lon at Hartford JtlJlg week Rockport can boast of WIne thing Js now hlust i wJth a JIavor and hid of police that oil COlUltJTe favor ally wll1h any in Kentucky The darg ell tiles of course not included Mayor Robertson besides beLl g n ltsad- Jng citizen or Rockport Is a well known buslnesa man and Is Well and through I ctllJahlo of neJng IS them clts chief executive Chief WilIJamfl who looks after the pollco affairs Is man who dosent know what the word tOOT means lIe has nude one ot the badt chiefs of police Rock pot has serer had and he des Itllie goodwill and backing of all Jlls ninny tliends and tIle respect of his ene mWs lie has demontmted hts ability tDJrcsere orderand keep the law breakers In check und RoclqJOI1 could hardly do nvith out him The City Council Is composed of men who the leading citizens and Rocktrod likely to make tnpld stNdes on the road to progress and prosptelty In the next few months M a slrceiai session of tdro City Council Monday night Jt was decided to lmpmve the atrrnts of Rockport mid put them do prolor condition This was suggested In last woelts Republican This act on the Councils zit to improve tiro sreeIs very commcnd1hlo and tlllr should tutee backing ot the cltlzous and property owueus ollss Louise Sullmn bas returned home after a pleasrtnt visit to 1I01tlII Uit New Orleans Mss Mytle TJolJonor has retunnod her home lit Evausvila Mist Alleo QlIblll ot Beaver Iiam- s a pleasant vlsiUtr at the homo of and Mrs Allie Howard on Spring treetMwaa do Hatford Tues IIr Earl Howard has returned to Morgnnuwu after a vIstt to hia parents here R Chief of Pollee Williams was II- IlIartCord Tues1Ltp The Baptist Church Sunday sehool session nt 9450 m Dr E W Ford Supt Moiming- wotsutp at 11 oclock Theme of dlt coUrse Homes Missione Evening at 715 Theme ot discourse Ups and Dooms irr ure AOl will fled a welcome at them services J W BRUNER Pasta Public Sale On Saturday Match 19tbnt 1 oclock p m at my residence afoot mlle northwest of llnrford on the No Creek and Beds Toad I will otter for sole at public outcry a lot of personal property oorralsdng ot arming utenolls luoutmhukt and kticJiruv furniture Also come corn and hay and one twoyearold cult Terms made known on tihy of sale roms J A BENNETT 4 CIRCUIT COURT beIS IN SESSIO j Cases Disposed of In i Usu yRapid Style Jury Made up of Good Men Who Will Protect ill dInterests The Ohio Circuit Court convened I court hall here Monday Judge T F Attorenay comml lion and took the oath of office fo another term of six years The fa that each at these officials succeeded himself without opposition Is nI high testimonial and fitting tribute t their eUiclency The following named gentleme- were 1 emprwele us grand jurors for the presort tern E F Render J H Flener Jno C Greer Thomas WII lams J D Boyd John T Patton C T Westerfield Pw lI Dillies T J Everly Sip Swain W D Phelps an lI F Harrel U F Render was se leeted sra foreman J H Flener clerk and W D Thelpa sheriff ot th stand jur- Atter an elaborate charge to th grand jury by Commonwealths Attor nay Den D Ringo supplemented b1 some timely remarks by the Court the grand jury heard the reports o the various officers and retired 10 the School SuperintQJldents office t begin their worklooking niter th evil doers of the county The followIng named gentlemen were empanhled us petit jurors for FUIIkersonlIam Hockel C E Baxley eslte Combs J W Austin Worth Dell JI A Greer R A Stewart T H Lloyd I W Arnold L P Crowder Tas Nail W L Drown Elder Ward HarrisoneAll tho Comth cases on tile tlnt days Docket very few In num processex 1Louis ilel berger Roy Crowe Sam The foregoing i cases flied Way with leave to reinstate ott motion ot- Comtb or County Attorney Comth vs Richard Ragland dim on motion CotnW Attorney The Comtl1 cases on second days followsIWells each tined 25 The ne following cases charged with Illegal voting were stricken from the docket on motion ot Comths Attorney having rotten out of the jurlsdlctlnn ot the courtIComth vs Ira Pillows Grover Morris et s1 and Ernest James of al were continued for proCSsIComlh vas N II R E R R Co demurrer to Indictment sustained inI each ot R cases and the matter reterrI ed to grand jury Comth vas Ed Tilford dlsml edJComth vas Riley Hurt dismIssed The grand jury declined to return an Indictment against Hubert Quinn the 15yearold boy who was arrested some time since charged withI forging a check Owing to the toys age the restitution ot the money byJ his parents the banker declined toc IJI06eCutc the case and the boy was relNlled The cases on first days IIClkct were ed ot us follows J R lnnhnm vsRoland ewtobC verdict of jury 55 for plaintiff I J M Torrence vs Lawrence Allen verdict of jury for defendant Nancy C Fanner vs R J Brandon verdic for plaintiff 1250- F T Walker vs Broadway Cool Unlng Co and William Dasslti vs roadway Coal Mining Co continued J 11 Thomas VS I1 H 8 E R n Co verdict for plaintiff 250aCommonwealth vs M H 8 E R Co for obstructlrig iCen town and SmaUhous road on trial Grand Jury has returned two felony IndlctmentlS FRIDAY MARCH 11th Frank tones vs Williams Coal Co J h Miller VS MH E LtRCo W H Curtis vs Alfred Buckley New Light Thrown on Dodd Assault In another column will be tounli a- rcryraR ot ova nssulu domml fret on Rev Dodd a loadlng lktptjst UIJI1tWr at Paduoah and who will ilo lIemembeled pleasantly by many narftond Japle as he was itu oUr midSt kale daft nd conducted tsenllces at the Hartford Baptist chu1oh far about ten days The Louisville Baptist lUn o sters Association on learmtig of the assault adopted a resolution nppirovltt the stand Ihken by Dr Dodd of Pa- ducah j In excluding dlvotred women rom Ills choir rind also approving of the chfalan spirit In which be stir flhe attack of 3fT Graham The Paducah SUn ba this ko Sa3 of the affair IlL quite aJonghhy J1pOrt dHfereNPOrt ptbllabed esewhere ja Wls ls sun praltect usa tlon of sanctioning divevices by per mlttdng a divorced person to occur so oonFplolous CL position Ho had no Intention dto said 10 UJlCrotdO aIU authority with rcccafattrr9 or to re fleet on the par cukar earn of lIrs Graham but In vIew of the pooWlon churches ate taking gonemly in the effort to dlrsoootmge premi ones divorce he realized tllat tote public does not nhtlS eriminatepad Inn the dscreton vested hi him lu thouh1 it advisable not to subje ether the lady tai the chinch to the oongregarldon IDodds action into c reflection on his oorrrjuuIingI name against the supposed defamer Death of Mrs C E Smith IMrs Jessie Smith wIfe of County Attorney C E Smith dIed at her Hartforde troublieSmith was born near Point Pleasant 1February 11th 1880 and was th anffather was a very prominent physl countyecame n and was known tar and wIde as a young practitioner of splendid ability but died In early manhood His widow who afterward became the wire of Esquire W P Render of Point Pleasant survives him JessIe Tatum Smith was a most lovely gIrl and wrap the hearts of all who came youthPSmith November 4 1903 Tho marriage was a most happy one no couple ever displayed more genuine truthIsvveethcarts thlrIwas joy mother who clung to lire tenaciously especially In order that she might rear her little girl Everything that medical skill and loving hands could do could only stay tine malady and she passed peacefully away tt the great beyond where suffering and SOl IOW cannot come She was of a sunny sweet disposition and was held In high esteem by all her neighbors and associates In Hartford She had been a member of the West Point Baptist Church for fifteen years The funeral services were conducted at the home by Revs J W pruner of the Hartford Baptist Church and VIrgil Elgin the MethodIst church after which the Interment took placo ut Oakwood- In the midst of a large concourse ot sorrowing relatives and frIends Among the beautiful floral oUer- ingswttu n star design from the Eastern Star Chapterof which Mrs Smith was a member and also n wreath presented by the members of the Mac caboo Tent Of which Mr Smith is n memberThe honorary pallbearers were Hon J E Fogle J S Glenn J P Sanderfur R R Wedding and H P Taylor The following were the active tallbearers C M Darnott Ernest Woodward R D Walker M L- Hrrvrln S A Anderson and C M Crowe FAIRVIEW March SMrs Irenq Mitchell ot- Ollar Grovee visdttd her dutthler Mrs Ertle Bosowell Wednesday Mr Stephen Acton Uric Pa Is visiting relatives In this community fter all absence of three years Rev T J Acton and WIfe VIsited hen parents Mr and Mrs W H Wilcox Echole Thursday and Friday Litttc Mire laura Thomas Oodar Grove visited her sister tire May Stoma Wednesday demoon Miss Bessie F Acton Scbroader- visttJed her mother Mrs Uzzle- Whtte Wednesday night Mr Bruce Myers and two daughters Tennessee were the guests ot Mr Mylora broher Mr J D Myers and family last week Bush Nannie Thomas Cedar Grove is on the sick list C C Whhe went to Frldatand to day oaa business Mt Alec and MLsv 1Wh1tewfternoon March 8th ct the homo f tholrdeb 4uosJnarBltsNettleWhlsb Rev T J Acton ot5klating The bride Js a booutlfulOun1g tally and they groom is a ptttepeous faster They have tI large cinch ottendswho vi1th far totem a llifb of hap- sI- cehW and joy T l Wysox Btattlr 8lira lV P Bennett hast boon quite ill with staphe jigther stand daugbtJr Firs W P Ben nett llyrt ltaxley has the snlppe Mr John Den visitEd his brother Obarlle Beaten near Paruddst Saur day and Sunday Mr Lather lJuneaker and mother are ill tit this wrtLnt- J Mr Leo Sanders and family vdslt cd Mr Henry Sand as Sundgly Mm Baggerly Who has beenn quite sick Is up again Mr and Mrs A J Davewlwrlterent Sunday the guest ot MltJ Minnie Dtvengtort 3iturdayItmotherlnlaw Mrs Q I Ilantbn CooltSunday at Mr H E Fills 31r and lira Shi7by Nelson pent Sunday wiom her mutate Mrs R Y 1Ithe exclusive sale of the time leafed t Teak1i Combinationd Suits Consisting of- DoubleBreasted a Jacket 1 and Two Pairs of Knickerbocker Knee Pants DavenportfMr anti Mai WoltlCl Kcrmedor nn Hartford spenitStrJUlday fright pMrsevening with Mra Mymtie rlaxley M and Mrs Lao Nelson spend Thure day night with Mr and Mss Shelby NedsvnMr and Mrs H L Taylor spent the day Sunday tame guest of Mr on Mrs JIm Shun Hopowoll who Is quite ill Mr Sam Drawn Ibns been very sick with the measles Mr H E lUll loot clnooo w Fart 1CC kIMr Lester Davempoiit Roohea0er- called on Mr Shelby Neuron Sunday afternoont Mr Campdield and Taylor Bethers are putting up a new stone Ut Hill side Mr John Benton da hIvi11lga house bunt at the mow ferry troar Roches tLee SanderS has moved to Mr Harmon Whitetrvers place These suits are practically indestructible the ma terial will retain its new aspect and the garments will give good service until the boy outgrows them I stylesChildrens Carson CoINCORlOUATED HARTFORD KENTUCKY THE EARLIEST EASTERIn 16 years That means you will have but little time to get ready between now and that time Our new Spring Stock is arriving daily See the new arrivals they are up to tho minute in style Easter Garments Made to Meas sure at Half the Usual Price We show all new styles all the new fabrics of the Amen can Laid es Tailoring Co Chicago The variety iii almost unlimited The prices are amazingly low We take your measurements and guarantee you service exactly as good as you wOuld get if you went to Chicago All Done Right at Home We have in our store now the Spring 1ortfolio Af the American Ladies Tailoring CoThe leading concern in Its line f In this book there are shown In actualcdlora n wealth of the smartest styles for Spring There are 66 separate stylesthe very finest creationsin Suits Coats I Skirts Dresses and Capes J Uweavesin any fabrio Jar larger variety thltti you could find in tailoring shop in the country I IsF PAIIsi- c l SATURDAY SPECIALS After taking stock we find in several lines we are too heavily loaded and in goingIwant to make March a BANNER MONTH Read carefully the articles EEland prices them below and see if you cannot m All Wool 104 Blankets regular price 450 Saturday 319 Best Quality Bed Comfort former price 125- Saturday m11ens All WoolPants regular price s150 980m Saturday i Boys Good School Shoes former price 150 Saturday 139 f Best prints worth Go yard Saturday5cGood Ginghams dark styles lOc vl lues Saturday E c rp1J104 Unbleached Sheeting regular price 8c Saturday 25c Dont Forget Our new Embroideries Laces Swiss AllOvers Flouncings White Goods Linensthey are now on display Do your spring sewing now Watchour from time to time it will be alive with seasonable goods at intesesting prices T 1 B Go 1 NewC- ommercial Hotel Hartford K7 I- UNDER NEW AND EXPE RIENCED MANAGEMENT Everything firstclass The best of fare served right The comfort and welfare of all guests especially looked after Speelal attention to traveling men Rate 2 per day Special rate- to regular boarders Your patron ngq solicited wGEO M STEELE Proprietor FBecause Why we ask for and expect your t i grocery trade BECAUSE as tar as It ie possible to determine our etock takes In all Ii the good kinds and leaves the othen out rEC USE If you are particular about eatables our store will appeal to your BECAUSE we play the game ot business fair and square We make r4 tfirlght any mletIcesthat we may make as soon as we hear oft hltbth BECAUSE we try awfully hard to get thereon time We ap preclato the Inconvenience of waiting for goods to be deity lered4q l1EC tEl In spite of all these ad- kvantages your dollar leas lllrge here IUS nywhere often ILrger Try and prove hen Grocery x FAIRBANKSMORSEGasoline Pumps water grinds feed shops corn c Works every day 8t a small COt to operate AU sizes for- 18oJ purposes Send fur cattliloguc 802 FMRBANKS MORSE CO Louisville Ky + e+++ MAILED FREE My Price List and Cata lbgue of Greenhouse and Bedding Plants Writefor a copy before placing your order else where FREE to ALL A Post Card will bring it John EIlackebrandt Greenhouse PRINCETON KY- C + A c 11 Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 11 IlllnolsCentralRallroadTimeTable At Beaver Dam Ky North Bound Io182 due 516 a m- Yo1221ue1220p m 0102du48 pm Mouth hound Noln dudlM s m So lilt due 248 p m- So121 due 851 m l Bring roar Furs to U S Carson Prof C C Justus of Beaver Dam was In town Saturday A smtle of satl9tactlon goes with every Suit sold by Carson Co Mr Dress Well buys LIBERTY SPECIAL Hats at Carson Cos Mrs H P Taylor who has been quite 111 is very much Improved Mr R G Stewart a pr1110lnent- contractor of MadlbonvUlo was n town Tuesday Mr Watt Taylor MaUinMS was n pleasant caller while in the city iVedneetkay MIr W cEerl Matanzas re mamlred us pleasantly while in the city Monday The Hartford Mill Company has both black and white Northern seed oats for sale 30tt Rev Virgil Elgin Is attending the Ilaymans Mlssionnry ConYcI1dOI1 In Owensboro this week- 31r S Rosenblatt ot ilatvusvIiie spent a few days with his brother Mr J Rosenblatt this week Miss Maymee Shown of the Alex ander neighborhood visited Mks- Mattyo Moseley Friday night Born to the wife of Martin Parks Booa a fine boy Mother and babe doing well and Marvin till smiles Miss Maymee Shown left Saturday for Bowling Green to enter school tu better equip herslf for her professlon If you want good flour at a low price you had better get busy Hartford Grocery Company Prof Spot MCKhmey of Rock1ort Ky wnK In town Saturday and Sun day tle guest of R lI Martiu and family Messrs Byron Ides amC E ML Mathews of Fcrdsvllle pald this office a pleasant call while it town WednOday Miss Naiwie IglW1lrt of McLean ounty Ls the guest of Thor RUnt Mrs ldla Potter and comdn Miss Sadie HendrIcks Musa Mildred Humphreys who has been the guest of Mrs G B Likens for several days has returned to her home in Hopkinsvllle We still have good thlnlgB to eat In the way of Fresh and Cured Meats Lard Family Groceries and Vegeta bIos W H MOORE SON- Hartford Ky Noah White the grocer makes a specialty of the best goods in his line Sells cheap and delivers free In Hartford Give him your order for good things to eat MIss Gertrude Wright Barnnrd Cos efficient milliner who has been in the Eastern mlllkets purchas Ing n splIng stock of millinery re turned Friday night Leave your Laundry at Cleve pers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonville Steam Laundry Madisonville Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf EGGS FOR SALEPure Barred Ply moudt rock eggs 1 for setting of fifteen Mrs John W Sanillefur of rural route No 7 Hartford Ky Tele phone through Hartford exchange tf Leave your laundry with Lyons Duke Hartford Grocery Company for the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond Indiana This laundry al ways gives satisfaction Prompt de livery SaUslaction guaranteed 28tt I am now l ndJngcomplete Wino of feed stuffs Bran Corn OruIled- Cfjno1I5PouLtry FoodClnckEd Corn Crushed Shells and Mica Grit Also flour and Meal SlTIIct1y V crithE 3m Hartford Ky wRev T C Wilson and WIfe ware given a kitchen fhOw by the ladles of lnrUord last eutay eycntpg Rev Wllson and w1a have just begun bousekeepng and they were pre seated with many useful alllcles Which attest the esteem In which they are held by memberS oItlizdr church d other frdeiJds In Own I kayo moved w my now building nt the toot of Clay street near the TobclXX Fsctory Having turned my whole attention to floe produoo business am prepared to buy all kinds of country produce and will pay the- highest oath prices Have constantly on fiend flour meal and feed stuff for salon l take this method of thank- Ing you for past favors and solicit Ing your future patronage W E ElL- tS33t4HI1tford Ky Miss Josie Vaught Burr Pmlrie Ill Is tho gut of 11111 G B Likens Mesdames RE Dulro amI Harrison Ciawealty are vIE tng rolntlvesl at S4 it thIs week Misses Nelac Woodward end tla Dian atllWOO the CIvil tervico ex- amlnMlon In Loulsvl1le Saturday Mss Anna Eliza Keown left Monday for Bowling Green where sbe wil- ltake u counc In the Normal IJrepllmi tory to teaching this rail Mr Job Williams one of the oldest and most highly roJooro citi zen of the county died at hIs home near Cromwell Wednesday and was burled at the family burying ground near iris residence at 2 oolock yes t rday afternoon by the Ma unIx lodge of which ho was an lJOnored member Mr Williams was fJ man of tho highest Ttergrity and will Ibo greatly missed by Ills friends and ndghlors In the community In which ile has lived so long Mr L D Davis who has been III- III health for the pa IUWO or three months was nccom11131ncd to Louis villa n few days ago by Dr E W Ford where be was examined by eau mlnent physician with u stew uf having all operaUon IICrlonutd for his relief They decided that an op- emtfon could give no relief D8 Mfr Davis II luCfelrhJg from Caruct1 of the stomach Ho was brought home the following day and ds still In a critical condJ lon The social given by Mat and Mrs G B Likens on March 3rd JIl Ironer of their visitor Miss Mildred Hum phreys was an enJoyablo affair AU present had a delightful time Those preen J were Misses EWe Ren der Anna Eliza Keown Matyo Mose ley Alta Likens Eta Taylor Ullie Burton Bessie GllIcsple Murtine Bennett IleCio RUy Anna Pu ton Verru Duke Mildred tlumllhreys Mears- Ney Foster McDowell Fogle Will Gillespie Dr King Otto Martiu and Sidney WillIams Inspection Co HPursuant to general orrders no 3 A G 0 Feb Hi UI10 comlYln H- 3rd Infy K S G will be inspected- at 2 oclock p m March 28 U110 TIm theIregulatom mlCnotmurt he Ju condtton to uthuid the most vIgd 1n5penion All 11I- hsentoOCS will IJe reported direct to the Adjutam General Prelin1lnnty drills will to held by UcUt Woodward oat 7 p tn Oil the owning of 19UI and 2011 ot March and every membel of the OOmJ3u will be required to nnend As the conrpanywill plItlcllJte In tile tIa11 mane1Cra at Font Harrlwu tines year no one can draw gray frasm the Government unless lre has bttu a mem I her of the comlXlny for six mOltJ1S- Ilrc11ous to the maneuvers Aume who desires to enlist tu fill my vacancy that may occur should u7 once apply to Lllut Woodward J M DEWEESE Capt Marriage Licenses Sam Rhoads Willtesville to lieu halt Evans FordslIle J E Rogers Dnlzetown to Eva M Ferguson Balzetown Ohio Helm Hartford to Alpha Phil lips hIartford 11911 Toms Provo to Leale Alls tin Cromwell W C Sorrels heaver Dam to 01le- Keith Beaver Dam- P L Evenly nth tley to Ruth Ful- kerson 8mallhoull- Robert Wolf Taylor Mines to Carl rlo IIlSs Taylor Mines It II Daugherty llalzetowlI to Let la J Baize Balzetowll- Epic UlIlmole Olatoll to CUIella- White OIaton- Sam Rhoads Hartford to Clemmi- ejltchell Hartford I SMALLHOUS IIts Alloy Bwvkldl nazi children or who were the gtvs td I her parontc Mr and Mts T Rowe returned home Sutttlpy- Mi Al Tlcmn01 wife and tte son Cenertown ate Lt the beethide of hIs fllthCr Mr Jll R Tielrenbl wino Is quite ill- liln3 Altos Fmnco Ja nut fntprov lag much from n sdge of illness Mr WJU Howell island was at Smullhous Sunday Born Fob Gh to Mne Jerry Dawson alive pound girt Dr Shelmun- attendtng pliysldan Bonn Feb 27th to Mrs Cz Mason a fine lien pound girl Mr John Cummlngsot near Pnru- ddse was the guest of tlds bitter Mrs Jerry Dawson reointly- Mr Alva OLllowuy was the guest Qt Mr Posh Wood recently MW Bulah Reid went o FvILl18vUle Saturday She was uooomlufnod by Mr and Mrs rill Klrtley- Mr Alva caloway and Mr N D Fulkerano wont to Hnrtlc1d Mon day Mr M P Maddox was In UJrUon- tTueday Mr and Me JC 1IU1 and laugh ff iIOver I A handsome S serviceable Shoe for men We carry a vaa riety of new styles to select from in Velour CalfGun Metal Vici Russian Colt and Patent Leather Lately Received I I Roberts Johnson Rand Star I Brand Mens Oxfords Ladies Fine Shoes and Oxfords IROSENBLATT I THE STORE THAT SATISFIES J E FOGLE BLDG OPP COURT HOUSEI IHartford KentuckY iIVV iVWJW 1WWWWWlR rV Ititrs Marion and Anna Louise were IUle gttehs of Mir and al s ML P Maddox Saurday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Murray Fulkcnon Central City have moved to Mr Jenne l1Ilkol5ons Mr Will Boone and family are navy Itlg to Mltss MLtg Iluuters farm A S of E The Hartford Magisteilal District Union A S of E will moo at Boda Thursday March 3ht 1910 All locals are requested to sand deilgates NOw boys dont you think this should be l very bury dine with us J thInk so GEORGE P JONES Chmn O R TINSLEY Sec SANDEFURS CROSSING March 9Farmers are busy In dais connnuulty putting up toleplsou0 lasts dvisitMfrhisday Mr and Mts Will leach won tIle guests of Mrs Irochs farbet Mr Jim Taylor Snitch oCtornoon Mir and Mis Jnnres JlUllmn were the guests of Mr Douom Leach Situ day Mr and Mrs Scott Likens rent Sunday with Mr Pony Westtrfleld and family Mr Emore Royal of near They no Ills visited his sister Mrs P J- Weste11Ioldlonday night Mr W N Miler afUDdd church lit Mt 3im Sunduy Mrs Wilt Leacha and little granddaughter Alline Black hatie returned after several days visit In Qttrnl City wIth her sons Mrs P T Weteltle1d spent Men day uftermoou with Mrs Angeline- Ledch Mrs J1artin Porter and Mss lies Uu Mlllor spent Sunday afternoon with Misses Ora and Nom WOlaJ field Mr Norms and Mr Goff of Horse Branch dined wills Mr Pbnry Westrffo1d Sunday Mrs Irn Pirtlo fs the guest of hen grand mother Mrs AngtJlIne Leach this week- Mr P T Westerfield and son Dlllino went to tivennol1 Monday Mr Owen Taylor whb has been out Nest has returned borne Mosses Lecilo and Eva uncr SIlent last we k with tuladves nt Manda Kentucky MIr Netter M1HI1r has bu new vernnda nblut completod WHEN IT COMES TO DRUGS Or a prescription weve got the gads Woe got all the different lines of proprietary medicines and are prepared to till your prescniptlona just as the doctor wants them Weve sot the puro drugs and know how And wove got all the other things that go along wIth the drug business such as Patent Medicines Toilet Ar Iticles Stationery pefrumlos Etc We- I believe we can como nearer satisfying your wants than anybody In our busJ nose Try us and see Our priers are always rig- htHartford Drug Co Incorporated CROWN AND- BRIDGE WORK for the refined and dainty woman Is what she demands now Americans are uptodate On denistry and are not satisfied with anything but the acme of perfection in den tal work and they know they will get It when they come to Doctors HARDIN BELL Office on Center Street in the Republican BuildIng Hartford Ky phone 218d 1- yr3 4 ca- r4 I t A CURIOUS WILL It Forces a Happy Family Under Peculiar Conditions An extraordinary will has been left by an elderly unmarried lady who died Ju Vienna Her property amounting to about 50000 is appointed to be dl Tided between her three nephews now nged twentyfour twentyseven and twentyulno and her three nieces aged nineteen twentyone and twcntytwc In equal parts on the following condl tlons The six nephews and nieces must nil live in the house formerly Inhabited by their nunt with the executor a lawyer whose business It will be to see that the conditions of the will are strictly observed None of the nephews is to marry before reaching his fortieth year or the nieces before their thirtieth under the penalty that the share of the one so marrying will be divided among the others Further the six legatees are admon Jsbed never to quarrel among themselves If one should do so persistently the executor Is empowered to turn him or her out of the house and divide the share as in the case of marriage The executor is himself forbidden marry or to reside elsewhere than toI the house with the legates as long be holds his office to which a some remuneration is attached The old maid is said to have made this peculiar will because her nephews and nieces continually worried her during her life by asking her to give them money to enable them to marry requests she always refusedLondon Express OLD MAN HARE The Actors Meeting With Gladstone j Outside the Theater John Hare the eminent English I actormanager said that the most delightful compliment he ever received was from Mr Gladstone It was a double ended compliment Whichever way you took It It was satisfactory- Mr Hare earned fame playing old meats parts his character as Mr Gold by In A Pair of Spectacles being a good example Added to this was a horror of having his picture taken Mr Gladstone had never seen a picture of the actor but he knew him well behind the scenes ns well as be fore the footlights The premiers fa rorlto play was A Pair of Specta cles and lIe always went behind the scenes to chat awhile with the The really old man and the actorI old man would sit there and the most delightful way for an InI after the show One day the Earl of Rosebery had Mr Gladstone to dinner and he also Invited his friend John Hare The I actor came in smooth shaved looking about thirtylive lIe was presented to Mr Gladstone and the prime min ister shook his hand most cordially saidMy sir I nni very very glad to meet you I know your father very very well Splendid actor Fine old maul e thecftrlthat this sou was really tho father Reason and Instinct- A certain north country miner was particularly proud of a clever little dog he possessed At times he was apt to claim a little too much for his pet and one morning a neighbor was en deavoring to point out tho difference between instinct and reason when an amusing Interruption occurred A reedy looking trump turned the corner and the dog without so much as n word from his master sprang into the road and offered battle There you are laughed the miner as the dog snapped and snarled around the heels of tho tramp K dont like the looks of the chap Thats instinct Suddenly the tramp turned and kicked the dog Into an adjacent field There you nrc ejaculated the min ers friend grimly Tho chap dont like the looks of the dog An thats reason London TItDlts Two Strange Coincidences A structure known as Stoodlcy Pike which stands ninety yards high nnd If situated near Hubdun bridge England has u remarkable history It was built In ISM to eommiiiiorate the of Ghent Singular to relate peaceI It fell on the very duy that the t linn ambassador left England prior to the Crimean war ISebuIlt by public subscription It withstood storm and rain for half a century but on the same day that the British government Issued Its ultimatum to the Boers it was struck by lightning nnd badly damaged These unique coincidences turns strangely perplexed local people Strand Magazine v Pandimonlum They are going to lock Jones up for the good of the community Whats he doneV Hes talking of setting Drowning poems to Richard Strauss music j11eveiand Leader Rather Outspoken Young SportsmanIs It worth my time to fish In this neighborhood Na iiveWell the flshlu aint worth cnthln to speak of but then I dont mow what your time might be worth Comic Cuts PessImistic i What n pessimist Brownis I What s the matter He even bewails tbo fact that he dDt live to collect his life Insurance Detroit Free Press Some men cant even find fault with out acting as though they had dlscoT cred something to be proud of u J1 t w A Versatile Garden The dwellers In a seaport town ot Massachusetts are justly proud of their gardens It remained for a visitor from a tiny village way round the Cape to say tile first slightly dls paraglng word of these gardens Isnt this beautiful his posters ask as she paused under n rose arbor led looked back over the stately ranks larkspur monks hood hollyhocks and many other favorites Its a handsome gardln of Its kind said the visitor dispassionately but It aint quite up to the mark when you consider our gardlns Indeed and the lady looked at him too amazed to be angry What sort of gardens have you please Well said hor Cape visitor calm ly what we call a good gardln Is one where you can start out wltb two big baskets and a hoe step through the flower gardln part past the vegetables down to the water dig your clams fust pick your sweet corn lay your posies on top o that and hand the wholo lot over at tbe kitchen door Theres your shore dinner and trim mlns all from one gardln iouthi Companion The Wise Woodpecker In California the woodpecker store acorns away although he never eats them IIo bores several boles differ Ing slightly in size at the fall of the year invariably In a pine tree Then be finds an acorn which be adjusts t one of tho holes prepared for Its re ccptlon nut bo docs not eat the acorn for as a rule he Is not a vege tarlan His object in storing away the acorns exhibits foresight and a knowl edge of results more akin to reason than to Instinct The succeeding win ter the acorns remain Intact but be coming saturated are predisposed to decay when they are attacked by maggots which seem to delight in this special food It Is then that tbe wood pecker reaps tho harvest his wisdom has provided at a time when the ground being covered with snow hi would experience difficulty otherwise in obtaining suitable or palatable food Cleveland Leader Not Tending to Business A country doctor was recently called upon to visit a patient some way from his office Driving to where the sick man lived ho tied his horse to n tree in front of the house and started- to walk across the ground It hap pened that work was in progress on anew well of which tho doctor knew nothing until he found himself sink- Ing into the earth He fell just far enough to bo unable to get out of the hole unassisted and lustily yelled for belpWhen be was finally pulled up the hired man remarked to him I say doc you had no business down there No I dont think 1 had replied the doctor Dont you know continued the hired man you ought leave the well alone and tako care of the slck Llpplncotts a L Inherited Dreams- A medical scientist claims that many dreams are really hereditary that is to say they come down to us from an cestors Many persons have a dream which they dream over and over again This and some others that are frequent according to the authority referred to are inherited The doctor observed for instance that a child of years after an attack of typhoid IIsix saw III its slumber a figure clad black which advanced to the foot 11Ifather of the child had frequently dreamed that dream although be had never mentioned it to his child The grandfather dreamed the same dream although he hud told no one about it Evidently there Is more than our phi losophy can fathom in the stun that dreams are made of Pensions From Napoleon Paris has u dozen old soldiers who draw pensions that come to them from the great Emperor Napoleon 1 These ore not heroes of his epoch for the last of those died long years ago Hut Napoleon by his will devised several millions of francs to his companions In arms and this capital In default of heirs of tlm grand army was deposited In the public treasury Today tho revenue this fund produces Is paid out In the form of pensions of JiOO francs each to old soldiers In French teal tory nnd Paris has twelve of these beneficiaries to whom at the first of the year these little pensions are re mitted Paris Figaro A Wise Woman Mr Snaggle snappishly Dont bo correcting that boy always Sarah let nature take Its course wont you Mrs Snaggle laying aside tho shi- nIlel11I do nothing of tbe sort Mr inaggle 1 dont Intend that any woman shall have such a husband as Ive Jot It 1 can prevent It A Paradoxical Reply Doctor do you think eyeglasses will alter my appearance inquired Mrs iunson anxiously I shall at least expect them to 1m prove your looks replied the physl Ian Llpplncotts The Boys Bit You seem to have got your boys in terested in mythology very nicely Yes I explained to them that Her cules held a championship Washing ton Herald Sure Test She They held n mirror over her taco to see If she was alive I dont understand that He Why you see If she was alive shed open her eyes and look In It m r r I CHEERFULNESS L A Great Asset In Business as Well eI In Society Cheerfulness will attract mares towers sell more goods do more bust ness with less wear and tear than almost any other quality says Orison Swett Mardcn In Success Magazine Optimism lathe greatest business get ter biggest trader the greatest acblcv cr In the world Pessimism has never done anything but tear down and destroy what optimism has built up In the business office as In society everywhere the favorite Is always the cheerful person Good natured cheer ful people do not waste their vital en ergy as rapidly as the grumbler or the too sober too sad people They work with much less friction Good cheer Is a great lubricant It oils nil of lifes machinery There Is no other lifo habit which can give such a prolific return In happiness and satisfaction as that of being cheerful under all circumstances If the resolution to cultivate cheerfulness Is strongly made at the very outset It will not be difficult to form the cheer ful habit and It will bo the best protection against suffering and disap pointmentCheerfulness Is also a great producer It adds wonderfully to ones active ability and increases mental and physical power It makes hosts ol friends and helps us to be Interesting and agreeable EFFECT OF HEAT Why Standing Before a Hot Fire Makes the Face Red When one stands before a hot fire tho face becomes red as wo all know This result Is the effect of the action of radiated beat on the nerves con trolling tbe small blood vessels of tho skin These tiny vessels aro normally in a state of moderate contraction Under exposure to heat they relax and become distended with blood The same process under the mysterious connection of the vasomotor nerve system with mental Impressions produces ordinary blushing In regard to exposure to direct heat the reddening of the skin together with the uucomfortablly warm feel- Ing accompanying It may bo looked upon as one of the useful little dan ger signals with which we aro sur rounded Persons who from any cause have lost their susceptibility as Is the case In some forms of paralysis may expose a limb to heat until seri ous injury results Tho reason that the face chiefly flushes is that in the ordinary posi tion near a fire it is most directly ex posed to the rays of heat while most of tho body Is shielded by clothing that the nerves of the face aro partic ularly sensitive in this respect and that tho skin there is more abundantly furnished with blood vessels London Standard Art of Papermaking In the matter of making and using paper wo are not in line with the Chi nese and other Asiatics who not only make the finest paper in the world but apply it to all sorts of uses making window panes fans umbrellas san dais and even cloaks and other gar ments of it The art of making paper from mulberry bast is said to have been invented In China In the sec ond century D 0 Afterward bamboo shoots straw grass nnd other materi als were also used The manufacture spread to the adjacent countries The Arabs learned It lu Samnrkand and their learned men carefully kept secret the process by which they made paper for their own use The crusades made Europe acquainted with the art and tho first paper mill lu Germany dates from tho twelfth century Hoaxing the Latinlsts Perhaps one of the best of the nu merous class of sham Latin Inscriptions was that which appeared some time ago In a Dublin paper It was In antique Latin as follows I sabyllo haeres ago fortlbus es In aro Nobllo Tlilsbo forte trux so vatlclnem pcs an dux This purported to have been found near the site of a church dedicated to the saint known to the old chron iclers ns Uncatus Ambulanus The Latin Inscription was In reall ty on absurd rhyme- I say Billy heros a got Forty buses In a row No Billy this be forty trucks Seo vot is in empeas and ducks Lifes Turning Points The climacteric years are certain years in a mans life that were long believed to be of peculiar significance to him as turning points in his health and fortune These are the mystic number 7 and Its multiples with odd numbers 21 35 40 and 63 Tho most important of all was the sixtythird year which was considered fatal to most men Staggering Suffragette What Is a party with out women Mere Man flippantly A stag party Suffragette Exactly And what sir would this nation be without women but stagnation Chris tian Register The Chief Requirement- My boy seems to be tho champion of the block- Good fighter eh Oh no merely a good Judge of whom to mix It up with Washing ton Star Wanted Proof Nephew to the returning aunt And did you think of me when you were away Aunt Certainly Neph 3w Then open y ur trunk and let nu I iee it Fllcgende Blatter V tJ li I O M1t y urW IrllFamous Silverware ICare auld be exercised when select in t cmnaI S IIR06ERSBROSXI which stamp them the sea doe Rotetl lilniplued were For met 60 rears 1847 ROGERS BROS silver hat beta lint la the beta ol the hcuaekpe be canst ol III wmlng qmlltr woikmintblp sad deilta Sold bf leading dealers nlaiOl1lMERIDEN 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Circuit CourtT F Blrkhend Judge Ben D Illneo Attorney W P Mldklft Jailer E G Barrniis Clerk F LFe llx Master Commleioner K T Colllna Trustee Jury Fund T II Black Sher- Iff Hartford DeputlesS 0 Keown an Lon Black Court convenes first Won day In March and August and continues three weeks and Third Mondays In May and November two weeks County Court n H Wedding Judge W S Tinsley Clerk C E Smith At torngy Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each monthtQuarterly Quarterly CourtBegins 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 Moxfley Surveyor Fordnvllle Ky K F D- No2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hart ford Ky R F D No2 Henry Leach Superintendent Hartford Ur A B Rliey Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS B S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday af ter 3rd Monday In June Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December O E Scott Cromwell 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French Admiral A HOW PERIM ISLAND WAS WO- Nt f The Interesting Story That Is Told by a White House on the Foreshore of the Arabian Entrance to the RedSeaIOn the toreshoro ot the Arabian coast In the strait ot BabelMandeb at the southern entrance to the Red confmay a story In the middle of the nineteenth century when M do Lesseps after many dim cultIes had successfully the SUez Canal company the governor of the British port ot Aden about 100 miles distant was surprised ono morn Ing by the visit of a French squadron of very unusual slzo for that part ot the orient which having encountered n terrific storm off Sokotra had put In for repairs In the mlud of the governor curiosity was at once aroused as to the destlna lion of so large a command a curiosity a 3which Increased ns he found It Impos- slblo to extract any further Intorma- tlon from the French admiral or his officers beyond tho statement that they wero upon an ordinary cruise an explanation which the former was not the least Inclined to believe Firm In the belief therefore that some political move ot great Importance was o11oat It not afoot the gov ernor In order first of all to gain time gave orders to go very tortolseIlko on the repairs and then set do work to tako the Frenchmen off their guard by giving n succession ot such entertain ments as both his slender means and the awful barrenness ot the place would afford But though at the end ot two weeks the French and British officers had got upon the best of terms the immediate destination ot the French squadron remained as much ot a mystery to the governor ot Aden ns before and In spite ot all possible delay the re lairs were nearly completed Now It happened that the wife ot the governor possessed an Irish maid who had been receIving attentions from ono ot the French petty officers attentions which the girl did not regard seriously It occurred to the gov s ernor that by such means somethIng mIght be learned ot his unexpected visitors plans and a private conversation between the governors wife and her maid resulted In another be tween the latter and her French admirer by which It was discovered that Perlm Island was the objective point At this Intormatlon the governor I opened his eyes wide indeed for It the Suez canal were cut through Pe rim as commanding the southern en trance to the ned sea In the middle t of the strait ot DaboelMandeb would bo a place ot great strategic impor- tanceI over which without doubt It was the Intention ot the French admiral to hoist the tricolor Secretly giving orderS therefore for a gunboat to Immediately embark a detachment ot soldiers and steal away In the night for 1erlm Island the gov ernor then announced a farewell ban quet and ball for the day but ono following a final act of courtesy with which the French admiral would will- InglyI have dispensed for ho was anx sous to sail Jut which ho could not well refuse on account of the use ho hall made of the British supplies and machinery at Aden So the dinner and party In duo course came off the governor being In high spirits because In the meantime ho had received the news of the occupation ot Perlm which under the cir cumstances would surely be followed by the longed for promotion and the French admiral was equally happy for ho hoped on the morrow to add the same Important little speck ot land to the dominion ot Ills own country thereby covering his breast with the stars and himself with marItime glory Next day after an Interchange ot cordial farewells the French squadron sailed Away to an apparently unknown destination until when clear ot the sand the course was laid full speed dl met for Perim island Then what were the dismay and die appointment of the French admiral r and his officers when on coming In eight of their destination they beheld the British flag flying and a company ot soldiers drawn up to give them n proper salute It Is said the French admiral was so mortified at being thus outwitted that lie first flung his cock ed hat overboard and then followed U- blmselt Into the sea Be this as It may as Perlm was clearly already occupied by the Brit Isp the only counter move which the French could make was to take pow session of a strip ot the foreshore on the opposlfe Arabian coast where they built the fortified white house In question but as the place was entirely at the mercy ot the guns on Perlm Is reIi In Honor of Minerva The most notable festival at Athens was In honor ot Minerva All classes ot citizens on this particular day marched in procession The oldest went first then the young men then the children the young women the lI1atrol and the people of the lowet j orders The most prominent object In the parade lops a ship propelled by hidden machinery and bearing at its i mast aa the banner of the tj to04M- 1tr 7f + IngillWhy said Tom Reed to Senator Ingalls some years ago when both men were In the sere Ice of the peOple at Washington Ah said Ingalls who was of very slight stature Im too much Interest ed In my fellows life and property to aDdIasked Heed deliberately Impossible said Insalls Walk on the edge of a board walk and you lift up the other end stand In the middle and you break through The peoples safety lies In your being a middle of the road man Some days after teed found lngallll In a state of mental dIstraction Just swallowed the gold fillings ot thlll front tooth explained Senator Ingalls pointing totbe exposed cavity Reed laughed immoderately He drew himself up to his full height As a victor ho stood his time ot revenge had come Ingalls I congratulate you You are now worth your weight In gold Ought to Have Known Him About the limit of nerve that ever came under my observation said au exprosecutor happened a few days ago when a tuna walked Into my oWce and solicited a small loan That he was drunk and had been fQr several days was evident at a glance Dirty blear eyed unshaved and with hands that shook like those ot a professional roman candle shooter ho saluted me with easy familiarity cnlllng mo by my first name His face WitS vaguely familiar to me but 1 could not recall where I had seen him He asked for a quarter I compromised with a dime He took It with profuse thanks Lets see 1 called to him as he turned to go I cant quite place you Who are you He wheeled and looked at me with an expression ot pained surprise What Dout know me Why good Lord Johgt You put me In jail three times for wife beating Kansas City Star Some Measures Herbert Spencer seorued the metric system because It rests solely on the tact that man has but ten fingers However a tulle Is but a mills pas suum or a thousand paces The length ot the toot was used for distances long before It was tined ut twelve Inches A furlong Is only a furrowlons The breadth of the hand became the standard because the ens lest way of measuring tile height of the horse The length of the arm gave the length or the ell and from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger was the cubit By stretching out both arms as it on a cross man invent ed the measure ot the fathom Cloth measure still decrees that two and onehalf Inches make a nnll and this Is the width rt tour fingers held together and measured across the nails The apothecarys dram orlgl nally signified only as much raw spirit as can be held In the mouth Editorial Pleasantries Two editors quarreled nod oar rp erred to the others early career lu his paper As for our contemporary he wrote what can we expect tram a man who was live years ago hawking from door to door with a donkey and an ill conditioned beast at that His rival dill not deny it but In his next Issue npppared the following Our contemporary says that five years ago we were hawklng from door to door with a donkey and an ill conditioned beast at that Ile Is quite right We were so occupied Hut ware surprised to find the donkey hUH such a good memory Won by a Nose Bernard Shaw said u dramatic critic always does the original thing 1 went to see Caesar and Cleopatra with him once and as we stood In the alslotbo house was crowdeda stranger behind us persisted In poking his head right over Shaws shoulder Shaw then did the original thing Taking out his handkerchief ho wiped the mans nose patting und twisting It pretty Vigorously The man with an ugly oath jerked back his head Oh l bEg your pardon said Shnw I thought It was mine you know Washington Star Ready to Bargain Suitor to her fathetIIJr r love the very ground your daughter trends ou Father grlmlylWclI young man yoU ulnt the llllt party thats bad nn attachment for it Howsomever U you love It well enough to come and help pay up the mortgage on It you can marry SarnhExcbnnge Hopeless LawyerYou dont like the jury Deteudantl do not No 1 Js my tailor No3 Is my grocer No f Is my milk and egg dealer and No 7 Is lily wlfes first husband What chance have I gotSt Paul Dispatch Expressed Differently Madam you ought to go to a warm er cllmate For once doctor you and my bus baQd are agreed lIe expresss the Idea In more language 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CITIZENS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY W H GREGORY President LOUISVILLE KY PUT THROUGH LEGISLATURE Louisville Ripper Bill In Hands of Governor Willson STIRRED UP DEAL OF STRIFE J Republicans Claim the Senate Major itys Action Illegal and May Appeal to the Court of Last ResortPen lions For Poor Confederate Soldiers Provided For In House Measure Now Before Senate BY J H STUART Frankfort KySpecialTheco- unty unit bill is dead but Its suc cessor the Louisville ripper bill stirred up more strife in one day than the county unit did in three weeks The ripper bill is the one thnt pro poses to abolish the office of city attorney and his assistants in the city of Louisville That office Is now held by a Republican under appointment of Former Mayor Grinstead and has two more years to serve The Demo cratic mayor of Louisville wanted to have a Democratic city attorney to whom he could go for official advice on legal matters so a bill was offered in the house some weeks ago to abol ish the olllce of city attorney and cre ate the olllcc of corporation counsel with several assistants It was at once nicknamed the ripper bill probably because It was Intended to rip several men loose from their offices The bill passed the house without much trouble though the Re publicans claimed It was advanced on the calendar ahead of a number of other bills by sumo one who ad no authority to do so It had n rough time in the senate as the Republi cans tried very hard to delay It till the last 10 days of the session so that Governor Willson could hold it till after the session adjourned and then veto It he having the right to retain a bill 10 days after it reaches his hands before he approves or disap proves It The Democrats were there fore anxious to pass tho bill and get it into the governors hands before the last 10 days so he would have to veto it before tho session ended and thus give thr glslature time to pass It over his veto Last Wednesday the rules committee exercised its author- Ity under the senate rules and called the bill Up President Cox ruled that the bill was not properly before the senate because the public printer had not printed the bill nor had it done The Democrats appealed from this ruling and his ruling was set aside While In the chair on the appeal President Pro Tern Linn entertained a motion tn extend the session of that day Indefinitely and the motion car ried The Republicans claim that he had no right under the rules to do anything except to take a vote on the appeal When ho began putting tho motion to extend the session the senate got Into an uproar Senators rush ed towards the presidents stand shouting and gesticulating It looked like an exciting ward convention for a few seconds The appeal was not decided till after the hour of adjourn went had passed about 1C minutes When President Cox resumed the chair he stated that ho did not recog nize the right of the president pro tern to put the motion but as it had been put he would not say anything further about it A motion to ad jourh was voted down and then the president declared the senate adjourn ed anybow on tho ground that the session had not been rightfully ex tended Ho and the other Republl cans left the chamber The clerk whose record showed the session bad been extended called President Pro Tern Linn to the chair and there be lug 23 Democrats present tho ses Ion of the senate was continued and the ripper bill was passed by a vote of 21 to 2 It was at once enrolled signed by the presiding officers of the house and senate and was taken to the governor who still has It It Is conceded that he will veto It extendedIits proceedings void The majority of the senate however approved the senate Journal the next day contain ing the proceedings of the rump session and the Democrats claim this Is final as the court of appeals In other cases has held that the courts can not go behind the journals to prove what occurred in the legisla ture It Is expected however that the matter will be tested In the courts If the bill Is passed over the gover nors veto and the court of last resort will have to decide again as to whet er any testimony as to the correct ness of a legislative journal can be taken after a majority of the legisla tive body has approved the journal as read- S The house of representatives has already passed and the senate will pass It In the next few days a hill that Is of vital interest to all the old Confederate soldiers who aro poor helpless and unable totake care of themselves The bill provides for a pension of 12 per month to each old soldier or the Indigent widow of such soldier provided ho or she can show jy their neighbors that they are with out means of support The measure passed the house unanimously every Republican member voting for It and It Is believed It will be almost unanI- mous In the senate Just how many of these old soldiers are left who will be entitled to pensions can not be ac curately estimated now but the num ber will not be very great and In a few years the list will grow very small as It Is now 4 years since the civil war closed The number now Is variously estimated at from 700 to 1200 but It may exceed the latter number If It goes to 1000 the bill will cost the state 12000 a month or 144000 a year There Is some really serious talk bout an extra session of the legisla ture being called by Governor Will son unless some bill looking to the paying off of the deficit now existing in the state treasury Is passed at the regular session A close friend of the sayIngthe Issuing of interest bearing war rants as any adequate relief fpr the trouble and unless a bill is passed to Increase tho rate of taxation or one authorizing the issual of bonds to the extent of 500000 there is almost cer tain to be an extra session called It Is further stated upon the same reliable authority that if the call for an extra session is made the call will Include the county unit bill in the list of subjects that the governor will ask the legislature to consider Thu finan cial situation of the state Is really a serious one The deficit now amounts to over 1000000 and there is no prospect of any money coming in till next fall to pay off any of tho exist ing deficit and by that time the deficit will have grown considerably and the conditions will then be worse than they are now State Treasurer Far ley has managed to get together enough money from various sources to pay the legislators part of their salaries but even they will have to go home with some unpaid warrants In their pockets unless they enact a law that will afford some relief Governor Willsons friends say he would not be true to his oath If he did not Insist upon some remedy be- Ing provided even It an extra session Is necessary to carry out his Idea of justice to the states creditors A most unusual bill has been passed by the legislature and Is now in the hands of the governor who it Is be lieved will veto it and that It will then be passed over his veto Some years ago the courts decided that it h r y was unlawful under an act of the leg islature to educate white and colored children in the same schools This affected the college at Berea that had been for years maintained In Madison county where both whites and blacks attended After that decision the ne groes raised n fund of nearly a half million dollars to establish a colored industrial school in this state to take the place of Berea for the negroes They made arrangements to locate this school In Shelby county and call It Lincoln Institute The citizens of the district in Shelby county objected to tho location of the college there but there was no way under tho law to prevent It For this reason the legislature was asked for relief and a bill was offered providing that be fore such a school could be located In preclnct whether it can be located there or not and if a majority vote against It then it can not be located there They claim that if such a school is located In a community in the country It will cause a depreciation of the value of all the property In that neighborhood and Is therefore unfair to the property owners who ought to have some voice In the matter The Democrats in the legislature all voted for the bill and the Republicans voted against It It the governor vetoes It a vigorous ef fort will be made to pass it over his veto I Hotel keepers all over the state are happy over the passage of tho Klalr I bill In the house which allows them to sell unclaimed baggage and bag billsIfor many years and now they have a chance to get It The bill will come up in the senate this week and It is believed will pass without much op position A number of hotels In this state have held a lot of baggage for years for unpaid board bills and some of them have hundreds of dollars tied up In this way and It seems but just that they should have some relief The Waggoner county unit bill which passed the house 10 days or moro ago is permanently tied up in the senate and has no real chance to ever reach a vote It was referred last Thursday to the committee on rules of tho senate and that commit tee Is teetotally opposed to the meas ure and as no bill can come up dur ing the last 12 days of the session without the sanction of the rules com mittee it can be readily understood that the Waggoner bill Is dead S The present session will end on Tuesday March 15th But little progress was made the first 40 lays of the session In fact up to Thursday March 3 only four bills had reached the governors office for his decision This means that whatever legislation Is enacted must be enacted during the last few days of the session Any bill that reached the governor after Friday March 4 be will have the right to keep till after the legislature adjourns and then approve or disapprove with no chance to pass any over his veto The prospects are that something like 75 or 100 hills will be passed and turned over to thogov ernor during the last 10 days of the session CROMWELL March gHealth In toile community not very goodIIta Mrs George Trout anti little Bon Coed wore the guests of WonTpaflewtB SUnlby1MIAunt +m had a lgiU I aftack of pneumonia Is ttaught to j be better Miss Olive Gordon Is able to Ibe u- pagainI Ray Sterenowas the guKlt ctf Ohms D Taylor Saturday nlsti Mr and Mrs CS Taylor who havxj gripe era impwlng Miss Tassle Tayilor Is able to b3 up again SELECT March 0Mrs Charles Sanders died at his home dear fchbs place Friday evening March 4th Uncle Charles as we nil call him was a good old man and loved by all who know him He came to this country from Eng land when quite young lie was a bro ther of Esq Tom Sanders of Sulphur Springs He leaves a wino and fchreo daughters and two sons to mourn his loss Mrs Sandes is also down with pneumoniaIThe Farmers Telephone Company will build a line from Balzetowiu to Pientiis Work leas alreacfy begun Mr J D Arbuckfe whb has been quite sick the past week is Improv ing slowly Bonn to the wufe of Vergs Dnake on March 4th a fine boy Dr Wil lis Cromwell attending physician Mr Guy Faugbt and family Oik Grove visited his brother Hubert Faughlt Sunday Farmers are taking advaniige of this pretty weathbr and OIl very alas sowing oats and plowing com ground Mr Ells Cook audlfamlly of Baize town have moved tof PlnelaridTexas where they wll make their future homeMiss Loretta Hosey has been confined o hw bed for the past few tiny with an attack of gall stone colic MANDA March IThe farmers are very busy preparing for a largo cop Mr und Mrs W J Stewart and little daughter Erma of McHeiiiy are visiting relatives at this place Mr lohii Ruley and family of Broadway have moved to Mrs Ra leys fathers Mr John Baize Mr Willie Parks of nab Roy was here Monday Mr Richard Her of McIIcnry visited his parents Mr nnd Mrs Z T Her Saturday night and Sunday Misses Leslie and Eva Miller of near Exceleor visited relatives at this place lust week The district meeting of the A Sot E wus held at this Plato lapt Sat urduyMr Bob Robinson and family who recently moved to this county from Marshall county have moved to their now homo bought of Mr 0 P Ruins The School Improvement League met last Wednesday night with a large attendanceMr Haven of Cromwell who has been visiting relatives at this place returned to his home last week Rev G H Lawrence filled his reg ular appointment at Mt Zion church last Saturday and Sunday Sunday be lug his lust appointment for tho year We regret very much to give him up May he have tho greatest of success wherever he may go There will bo meetings at this place Saturday and Sunday Rev Brooks pastor CERALV8 March 9Mrs Larkon Bator visa+ ted her parents at Cadez list wctek Mrs Jennie Everly and children spent last week with nor parents near Equality Mr Reese Curds an old and high ly respewJed mash diode at the itesi denco of Mr Thomas Balls Friday and was tUkon to Lewlabong Logon county the following day tor burial Mis D A Halt who recently returned from New Mexico where she womi for healthla still ina serious condltton Mr Harrry Balls of DoH Fort Shlerldaa Ill is visiting Ma paraatSs Mr and Mrs Thomas BolUv Mr Ludaq KlmmelRoclreaterspent last week with his uncle Mr D W Kilmmel Mr Jess Everley has bought the Peveltjr property here and wll move to same soon Messrs Charlie Eveilcy C P Mor ris and Lafo Myrs have gone to- E ansv 11 0 Mr P Jones has been quite sick for several days NEW BAYMUS March 5 Farmers are quite busy hero these bright days making laady for another crop Uncle Billy Green of Olaton visited at Mr Rqwe Harrison last Tues day might Mrs Elvira Gentry of Indiana who has boon visiting relatives and friends near hero for the past four months returned home last Thursday Mr Al Harrison and Mr Oharley Hess will leave tomorrow for Indiana to look for a locution Mr Wood Shultz moved to Mr Ly curgus BarretJts farm lash week Mrs Lou Berkley who has been quite sick for the past throe weeka I Is betterMr Harrison was 4n Dundee last Friday on business Many hearts wore made sad in this neighborhood tb know that Mrs Cblun bla Allen had passed away Mm Al I len was a true Christian woman and loved by all who know her Mrs Hvya Harrison and Htblo deter Mary Elizabeth visited Mbtte Lu cille and Bonnie Barrett Sunday after noonban you believe your eonse When two of them taste and small hiwing been impaird If not utterly desroyod by Nasal Catarrh are you fully re stored by Elys Cream Balm can you cbubt that this remedy deaenvea all that has been said of It by the thons U apipassages at once Why not gat it today All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 5C Warren Street New York on receipt of 50 cents r THE I American Fence Can easily be settled by coming to this store and looking over our stock of the American All Wire Fence This fence weighs more to the rod than II any farm fence made at the price The AMERICAN FENCE is thoroughly protected by the best galva nizingThe AMERICAN FENCE is easily I I put up but hard to break down The AMERICAN FENCE is the strongest and most durable fence made The pounds of steel usecj iri the con struction of a fence make the price per rod II ILOADThat means we secure the lowest quan tity price and the lowest possible freight rates We are in a position to be of sera vice to every man who wants fence I Jidir Wf show you Pu L1 i l t j 1 r a I9 v I Y p