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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 I i iattfrb Rtpublican t Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 18 1910 No35 INVESTlfiATION HEADS ATTRACTION- BallengerPinchot Contro versy Cloggs Legislation Many New Buildings Will Ee Erected in Next Few Years I Washington D c March 12TitoB- allingerPlnchot anvestlgatioa listoIUng more Interest at the capital tMn is legislation In etthrh- 011l0 of Congress Mr PlnlChot it completed his testimony and Jam R Garfield who was Secrotary o- fte Interior bolding the cabinet portfolio now held bye Mr Ballinger durJmg Prealdent Roosevelts admin Isntlon Juts been dn the witness chair Mr Garfield than given the Senate committee some mHghlenlugl- ufOImwtJon relating to tOto Involved history of this question In the a ate menu of Secretary BaUlngor bon neotdon with tho Alasluon coal caos as a lawyer Mr Garfield changed that he had known of the GuggeulhCm deal and roltcroted hId opinion idiot the express authority of the law was not always snllY to enable the executive to act dn the imerest of the people There was n long ooutllovemy con corning Mr GnI1fJclda wdthdrawnl of wnta Power sltes w091e he was Sec ruary or the lMerior and the den abe commIttee pressed more closely tar n jusUficatlom of his light Iy0pptaCe a charge on their u by moonlTIng the watNt rerouroes whdai were dm pounded It was plainly the sense of the Senate cammittoo drat ouch waters wens ctnfr1kJdnnt ly thf federal government but by the status 1lr Garfield roplicd that the sntes owned the waters and llhe government thad each party could tmpooe such restrictions as were deemed noroaOLry The wltnem strongly jWJ fied lihi- Ikrgo wlthdmwals of lands and said that his statement to Paeskh ut Taft that Mr BalUngCT fu1d sought to return then to enttry without attracting too much public attention was basodl on an oosertlaD vt Roethima tlon Euglqeeol Davis Mr Davis Chief etrgdneer of trite Reclamation Bernice suocceded Mr Garfield on tiro twlt new stand and wd ho preferred noh- to testify unless dlydoled to do so by the committee SenQl or Nelson the chairman of the OOIIlD1Utce did not honitate to advise him to twWy In this connection It Ia significant toot aQuaugh Mr Dalllnger Socro tnry ot the Inorior is to attend he Mmnesota Conservation CongreId to bJ held at 8t Paul next week he- wH not be invited to attend the banquet to be given by the St PAul Roosovelt Club on March 19 JIJ honor of Gifford PJuchot former Chief For rota This M a significant thaw Indicating the tat nd of public opinion and public fEellng Secrehry Iha1- 1lmlger is undoing much that has been lain by his predecessors both erc Ialongdo and moh wthdnxwn by Garfield wlU be reJtorcd to entry by Ballinger Also coal LanM In New Mexico th- dlalWnby Hitchcock and Garfield will be re fined to un rya- The1ro moms to be ndetmlna door on the part cl Congrecu o provide a largo sum of money for the oonatruoHot1I1 of fedcrtl buildings In WClEhlugton Represcntatlye Mantitt of South Dakota a member of the Public Builltn SS CommI 1OO of the House hen called upon the 9dcroary- of the Trenoury for a statemenit of ue amount of rent paid by the Bev- enmuent In Wnshingto11 The pro gram Is to erect a number of public buildings wlthn the next mrve years It is expooed that II bill gmmding for a bond issuo tq giver the cost ot l the construction of the bu11dlpgsl ttbontt fifty mUHoDt3 or be prosaated ItW1ll no doubt ibeaco- nomlcti tor the governinenB to bulla US on otrlceslnasmucl1 nIB ot rent I property used Is qult13 inadequate for Sovorttment purp0See end the aanouht paid do rents de three or tour tJas much 1ItreL1 n toU1Q- vaoluoo the ppropem Y ae the tenawnt that the gavxt anetcaaeearreby the a 1 r issue of 2 per cent bondaIMr S J Murphy of New York representing John D Rockefeller np- peared before tha Seuwto commltto on the DistrIct of Columbia yeti morning to enplaln the piano tor the lncorrpoeaton of the Rockefeller Foundation In tho bill recently 1ntroduccd- In the Senate His explannttoa lhrew much additional Jght on the plan which he Sadd had advanced no fur ther than has already been wade Pub lie He howovr cleared up some legal and technical details of the In oorporaUon and he conllrmtd the facts already published Hartford Bonds Sold Soiled bids were opened In tile blayorh office last Friday on the bonds which were authorized by the ctyot HarUord for soworege and SllEet purpOSW at hu November elec Lion 1906 It will be remombered llhat the city contracted these bonds a- oMr t time last year but on the ad- ce of a IAutsv11le law firm tp- urCJia3ing conttnpy turned dawlrthe slif011 which nodmitared fh city securing nIl opinion from the Court of Appeals upholding the validity ot tIhe bond issue Three bt- werre offaldd all from Chicago par tJes Tire fsue for 12ti60 20 year bonds With ton year option to carry rate of the and a half poreen C II Coffin offend a premIum of 127 and Crawford a pndmium of 189and Cutter May Company n premium of 168 return of occur IriJela and they to burr the ex- panSlC of printing etc making their otter something like 250 and this firm was warded the bonds The monoy wlll be paid owe4 to the cityy rubout the first ot April and work on teho Wmlge system will probably be under way by May It Ia thought t ol tJhe syntoui C1IIl ho put in for about 9OOOQr OOOO lowing 3000 or UMo to be oppllod on mawdlntlz- lDt sraeetd When this san6ttry tewor age system is lnstllled and nddltlonat amount mentioned applied to stators Hurltord will he tho moot a0rttctiv- cty iu the Oreen River Ya1loy rom every poInt of concei Ion nIlll we may expect a large JlICIUl93 in our popu laLiun lH due city will ho n most healthful lccutdcn and will ho pro vvded with all the modorn utUiJt which out bo had iu a tied class city HARMONY PREVAILS IN WESTERN UNION Robert M Roll of Henderson is Elected District Presi dent of No 23 Central City ly MaTCh 12 Tho convention of the United Mine Workers of America of Dlslrclt 23 whIch dlstrlc umbracs hue antlre- 1OOern part of the state wits held here this week The must Lmpor ant busintass an hared was the oboe tloit of offclers for the onniing year and nIter routine mattors were at tended to U10 balloting commenced WhfJat the votes were close and a good deal of Interest taken In tile matter tlro men wore at nil times good humored and a morn repro- srntative t body of men was never In the cIty Represe Wives troln UnIon Wobstrr DnJi MullienI berg McLron and Olio counties were In evidence The officers olct- ed are as tollowsIIMornaUonnal board membgr Georgo Baker of Control City District proIdcnt Robertt 111 Roll Hendenroncoul1It District VJoo President RlcMrd Payne mJJtoll aiuhlenbotg county Dlatrlcb ecrLCar7Uazsut1i C 11f Canter DeKovsm Union county Dict auditor J A Leach Bdsvar Dam Ohio ceury- Dlst lct wUcrJ D Walkor Render ohio county Dbstrlet exceutive boar members Virgil Render McHcnryOhlo county Marion S11vy Cloaton Muh lenbcrg county Jno D Baker LUj zennJJ Muhlonteug county L BS Walker Drak oro lfuhlonberg- ooimty Sam Howard Islnllld Mc nCuntY Richard Bakkr Taylqr Mines Ohio county Claitd Gt1t De Kovon Union county oom14m1lteotors W O SmLUIJ R M Roll C 8- Engler Fred Martin John Rer Idor Fount Oarttetisd L C JacksotsI- JR Ld MAY VETO PENSION BILL Would Cost State One Mill ion Dollars Yearly Governor Does Not See IMoney is to Be Had CI I A Frankfort Dispatch to that Coup I rJournnl says How mucll will It cost the Stnto to pay the prplrosed yen fjoM to Confederates Is not known and cinder be known until the plan is trledbut it Is known that thcco would be so great that tim StaJO can pert pay the pensions It Is prtuott cally certain that the Governor wUl- Vuo the bill providing p enSiorug for the Confederates ntn becattua the Governor las not favor 1lellJ101l5 or anything else good for the Con federates but because the SIJje has no money to meet this now ubliga ion It ds ethnOJted hyth o who Grave looked Into tlto mutter carefully dha- tit would cost thu Static about 700000 n year to pay 1111on5 ho the Con foOOrute Srlders and that tM tux orate would have to be lacrersed 10 cents to meet this one turn of expense The cost of the pensions was not oooldered when tile bUt pxas ed both Itoums and the Iioglskituro put It thl1gl wIthout consldl3llng whether or not the Stale had the money to rnzet the obligation imposed An tneroaLo Im the tax carte of 10 cents world cause a yell from the taxpayer who are already burdened Lt Is tlmaloo that there arts about 8000 Confederate soldiers Ln Kentucky Bud that O of them would tako advaJlPct the penson aoS tom This dret not llllClude 1ho wIdows man ot whom would aplpy fur pensions The fruerw of the moasuros at a conference the other night wfh the Govennoreotintnded that the oos to the State would be anywhere from 200000rb 1000000 a pear uud the conservative and besttmruto3111ac ed the Wn1 nnionnt requbrcd each rein at iOOOOO As each cent added to tiro tax levy provided ubout 70000 IlL would require I1U ncrenso in the tax rate of 10 cents to pay floe pea sons to tiW Old E1aldlors Without tJItJa inoreov qho State owuld riot be alto to moot the new obUIta11Jlll and would go further In dNti oath rum It Is ohtmated that an inercarc lu the tax rv1o of 30 coats would be required to meettdie cibllgatlons impos 1111Ilmto nearly 3000000 and t0ds would wvc required nn Inonca ln tJlIC tax rare of about 30 cents which would havb sttical up the Stato Uoll an axtentt yore would have been almost a rovoiuton- Pmbably no Gtrvernuor who everr rot n the exeeutive chair would VoJO with nwre rctuejaarco and InImt a Mil providing penadans for tho old Con fldOTaiO soldiers than GQv Wills vn Ito foals n givnt arCoo lon for the old soldiery Jf Jill Jnst Cause and laloo tools that they did so much forI hlm but Jle finds that the State mat ire able to ply iho pcDlSlollrJIIter I ttoy wtnia graved so ire Is solus to I fu tho bilL the inuido IntomnntiOin- hl1t jt oven though lie ley ear be lrr- atio Grunt of the ftom which will 1iow ARNOLD March 1jllrolth In duds com mun7y is not very good Thbdo on the sick lint are Mr Percy Evtans and T R Daugherty Ln grippe and severe colds recall to be bile ordol of the day Fnnmeln arc takh11g advantage ofI tiuo Pine weatber nod prePenng for nbrgeCOn crop Aged many am going to cut out then tobuooo entirely tlhto 9 iasau l1mIngtoriugCleveland Daugherty wane quietly married at the home ot the bride EvansIMrS W Evans tM thrtvLIig mCT chant is do Loulellle this woek buy lins his SPrIng goods l kn Jt y9 tLOVERPORT HAS BI6 FIRE r Flames Destroy Every House on Third Street Visiteed by a 200000 Con flagatioB- Cloverl ort ly March 14Flea which hlOke out here at 11 oclock Ifhli morning caused a kws of 35 000 nllll threatened for a tmo Ito destroy prLetlel9y the eeM1re nai1ll1ence- OO OIl of the olty The tine burned every house on Third strett between the l1hcr and high strwR with one exception sweeping through U10 best residence section ot town For II time lt looked like thtnre wni no chance of saving the city from tv- strucUon hut good work II the bucket brigade aided by the men trot the Ucndorson Routte cdgIrs tIIt1JlUy got the names underootllrol Owxns bore was asked for aid but the local fighters had donia their work before help could arrive Nino years ago last ndgltt Clover port was visited by a tire which onus oJ a los of 200000 and the gale wan blowing us ioidiby today tlJ It was atl that unto so that ire txs mle- feared a reitrtI ion of the fonmer- amiriter The fire started Ore the hompe of the Henry L Moiim1 familyy front n defective nUL and sgnrad nvpldly tan ned by hJ wind uuUI lit tuppolredt- ltapt tlKIO was babe hqJe elf iAip tsuUortlI t Among the houses dcltruytrere the tollewlng Reedenco of Ben Camvr a nce- of Edward Gregory lose 4000 nil Insunante Orville SkItnisns rest dance with ads convert lou 1000 A R Flshbr mslde oa 11Jd uH Its crtehsloss 10000 wlthi small lit surane This house was the aldesi and are of Ute hand omlIt in Clowrl- noart and there hues utr tIme to Have Wy of Its contra ts In addlt lon to tlru Henry Moron bomb several msldences belongirg to that family were hurllEd mId a tUw mill of tine same family wus dr s tmy ell Thn file wars finally put under control by uhout 1 oclock TIle Ins- is not fully covered by lnuranc- SMALLHOUS March 14 Mr llerman IIarnaiv1 of JJOuISlrilh was In our midtit from until Sunday visdtlng lids ITucday Mrs Jane llarnu who is home of her tlttugltter Mr- sJwes Bennett Mows Marvin Kin hiuoo wife and Jot Ktnichothojwto and children were tine guests of their paeut nu Oem tortown Saturday right ad Sunday Bud Bullock and family of near ItholrImoguest ot r at el town for sonic time for medical troat- menr spent laSt week at her homo here bllchel IIa11 of Contertown was lu- our milst Sunday afternoon lilss Omu bbtddoxRaklrortwms tiro- gu tof her parentv Mr nnd airs W P Maddox Sunday Mr and Mrs Berry Ileh1 and chtl- dren and Mlss Altlu Addington Mere guests of their brother Iae Ad dington Sunday lIrs T L 1Vithrow and children Central City spent Saturday night and Sunday with her patonth Mr and Mrs N D Fulkresn Mrs Elsklno Fulkersun and Miss Ethel Hunter spent Friday and Sat urny with their aunts Mrs P I Wood and MISS Maggie Hunter nt- CoraJO Mr Barry Drawn went io Owens bore IecenUy Ho was IlCCODlllnnlod t1- tar as Utica by hJ wife who will vlsLt rclatdvcfJ here and at LlvJa before returning home Mrw OPPro Kittinger visited hda- UV09M Hartford rooontly Mrs Jess Kietley mount to Center town and RtlCk ort Sunday Messrs Sam Morton Opplo Klt tinger and M P Mtddox were at uanford last week Mr Rosy Morton Liver pore Is the 1 M guest or Ills parents Mr and Mrs Sam Morton Miaw Jose Arklington of near Kdrtr- loyis tile guest of her grandmother Sits Cordelln Addington ltr and Mrs John Drown near South Catroliton were guests of Mr- Lizzle With lOW Saturday night We are glad the trun Is carrying the mull as wo can gut our paper one day sooner Death of Mrs Carrie Fields A dispatch was received tlnni Lafayette Louisiana In JIIItford early Wednesday morning nnnnouncing the sad news of the death of Mrs Cattle FIelds wife of Mr Henry FIelds L former resIdent ot our town Mrs Field loft here a few weeks ago tu joIn her huilband in the south hoping to benefit her declining health and al though xho was known ro be very mher Wth was not expected so suit and was a groat shock to the many tl1iClld3 and reLatives of the family in Hartford The remains arrived over the I C Railroad yoSterda after noOn and Were Immediately brought bo Hartford and the funeral wIll utke place at the residence on Union street rut 10 ocLock this morning Conducted by Rev J W Dnlllerof tit Baptist church after whIch the Interment will take place at Oakwood cemetery Met FIelds was one of the most lropular and beloved ladies ot the town Prom Jacnt In socIal and religious work and n devout member of the Baptist church She will hI gr II mISiod and in her death the family has the syunpathy of the entre town Lr N COMPANY- SOAKED FOR 10000 Plead Guilty to Ten Counts in The United States Court The Louisvdlle Nashville Railroad Company was tined 10000 in United States Dlstrlct Court by Judge Web ter Evans at Louisville Wednesday There were eight lndietmens against the com11n for rl atlngcoll- tIllnJIg fUltYFNm counts The company reproiett by Mr lhmry L Stone general counsel entered a plea of guilty w tn counts CIvIl the court thoreupon assesee1 a Nile ot 1000 for Bach of the ton counts The indictionts were returned last Do comber by a Npocial grand jury four of them Iwlng based ou sonic salt and crment front J B Spoil and comp any to sundry conrdgnees The company claimed that thin volatlous were technical but on several ot UJ counts notably on coal used os fuel by Tennessee luvcr steam bOas the violation seemed to have been olm and wIllful Phe cn t5 against the Lotdsvllle Henderson and St Louis rOlll and Iresldent Irwin will bo called today The rebate cases agahst the American Tobacco Company wore passed until the full term vi the Federal Court p SanderfurHunlily- Mr Isanc San lorur ot Jlartfnrd and aiLSs Mnbcl llunk y of Cool Springs nelghborhd supprise 1 their friends last Saturday with an nn- 1Oulleemcnt of their marriage wJ1c- hpolt pinto at Evansville led ills- Henley bad been visiting her aunt In IIerrria ill wherusho W3S jcdi- nel by Mr Sandefur and obey pro cecdrHl to Evansville wlmno Utey were quIetly married returning to hart- ford Sunday They have taken rornns at the rrtJdeDCo of Mr T P Sanle fur father of the groom and will nrako their future homo In lIsfrrrd- Mr Sandefur Is ono of tIle mO prominent and highly esteemed young- men of our town while tits brllte Is the beautiful and nccomp1rhtw dough ter of Mr Chltort Hunloy deceased- who for many years vats a doles sheriff at Hartford Tile happy arntple are recelJJng congratulations loom their numerous friends and many wishes for their future hnpplncni 1 Public Sale On Saturkty InTch 26 i910 IWJ1l offer for sale at 1 oclock P m at Oonwrlown Ky ono largo idt bdau Utul1y situated well fenced new 4 room house well built not quite dln- feluad Also some htnaohold orttclce- Tetiins made known on day of ea1e- t2 A W ROBS t CENSUS RULES LAID DOWN President Taft Issues Proclamation Defining Act A Penalty is Provided For Refusal to Answer Questions Asked WIllleaS by the Act of Congrera approved July 2 1909 Un Thirteenth- Decnntal Census of die Untttd Stafees Is to IsI taken iJglnn1ng OIl olio fifteenth day of April nineteen hundred and ten 1111- WJunx1Is a correct enumQ140111 ot the population every vin ymm tO nr- quired by the Constitusion ot the UIJI3JCl1 State for the uprposo of determining the ZC1IU entntton or the suvertl Sutte In tine Houoe of Rep tCCntAtlLi and Whcnns it is of the utmcatt iw- llOMnce to she inturois or all the fXCOple of the United Stotts that th6+ coneus should W a cOUI111eoo and ne- eurrto J Crt of the 1IOIIulaJ1on sad resources of the country Now tih retonJ I William ifoxtvl- 7taft Prv tdent of the Untied SuatLxt cf America lo hreby declare urea make known that under the net afxrs- atid U Is the duty of evrry pWttar to elDST an quxrions art the con sus schedules nlJplyIIIg ohim and sore flauily to wltch 11 beLugs wd o the farm oocutpod by Mm or his hunt I and that any adult rJtusJng to bso i subject to u penalty Wbe wit purpau ot Um comma i- to tteure gent ai sttatlntoal infanant 5on regarding the population and re- r urea of the country and realfca- raC required from lndviduals only lit order too pcrmlr the compIlation ot such gencr11hf1J ltll TIle caasush- pas hotaWag to do with taxarolon with army or hilly 6lUioe wLth the compulsion of school attendiiax with the regulation of Immigration or with the enforcement of any UaIlollal route or local law lIT lJrlLIIlnle nor Cart rtay person bo haraii d lit any way by turiitrhdng the information requinvl There nerd btJ no fwr tlrttt shy 41- 1clo11ro will be nr ulo regarding any indlvdurl lersnn ur ills 11Cnbto IIthe due prtrtrctian ot the rights UlIII- InI Jrtots ot Uw portions furnlhirr 11- 1for111atJOll every mhpleyce of the Con ua Bureau is pmhdbitrd utru latvy penalty from dsckrtg any iufnana LOn whlch may ano to Ira knowl edgeI r orc earnatly urgie ulxin alli- oor9ons tea answer pmutpthy outgruvl- y and accurately all hqniik- addreq d tl f dJll by the e n nle Iads or any other Illlllotu of rli Consul Buroauand thereby to coritributu- tltodr sVmre towulll ranking ohltl ghat- and niJ public undcrtakg a sheens In wltnor 1 whereof I lrale ho runsot my baud rind eauuvl the tail or ClIO United Stats to bo affixed Dose at tlw cry of Wnshingtot this fhltoon1i dI of- llarcla A IJ one Uauns- a1d nine huudroti and titll SEAl and of tine i11lLtvollJy J ur the United Setec ot A JI- ltJlm the one bmrdrrdaiisi chlrlyfourthi11M lJ 11- By the irettdeeut P C KNOX- Secretary of State CEDAR GROVE March 1tiRrm i 1n thIs rom munlty are Inakhug good use of these protty Lays pmpardrg taC another crop lire Willis filed ilLa regular op- pofnti rent at Now Btiymus Christian church 9ttturdiy nIght and Sunday Miss May Foreman vlzltcd her cousins lHsos Nellie arid Stella Fere man New Baymus Saturday and Sunday Misses Ulinie and Ingl Wddirl worst the gutMa of trlcmu and r llUvC at Narrows tram Tltunday until Sunday Mr and Mrs Clyde afagan vh1dtod relatives at Oak Grove Saturday tend Sunday Mr Allen Jimiam 1tat Ildlnd Is thQ gum of his uno1c Mr Goo Allen this Week Mrs Frank Borkley is on the tick list DISEASE GROWS IN CORNFIELDS Unhealthy Condition of Grain Pro duces Plague of Pellagra In the South I The disease which in the past sea Bon has apvared at eo many points in the Southern States as to become a subject of widespread Interest araun phyelclansas well as laymen ospecnU ly in Georgia Alabama North Caw lina and Ixiulslana and known as pell agrn has been made the subject of a chapter in the fifth edltiun of Dots of the skin the standard publication by Dr John V Shoemak er of the MtdicoChirurgical faculty o the P A Davis Company This fa mmj specialist thus writes of his pfcuguo Pellagm is a chronic inflamatory endemic constitutional afftctlonohar aottTlzKd by severe gastrolnteailcal and nervous disturbances and accom panted by cutaneous symptoms Any nvolv1dtain classes In the countries where It is prevalent are habitually uwpro I ttcted from tile eun suffer moth a vt wly Synonyms for the popular title of the afflcition are lupra Jialtcalciin bardy erysipelas or lejrosy La Rosa etc As to the symptoms the epldtnnls btumhes reddonoJ find painful and may pwl off In large patches Vioslcles and bullnc may also form The erup ton ds always aggravated during the summed It may upear at any age and in either sex The constitutional symptoms ulxj variad and severe Pty alitm fund ixjrsilraiUon hypertrophy of Ute nulls convulsions paralysis and hallucinations frequently occur In tho course of the dlaiase Pellagra is eiidumlc in Italy and is ocrtisionully baerved in Southern Frunce and Strain A number of caus es aie concerned in its production as Inroerfeet ventilation impure water and insuffkent food The most 1m iortont factor bi tile use of diseased maize as food Lesions of the spinal cord have been dvnionstra d by E jUolcnoicdo and S JIlicoll In the more acute furors the lesions assumed the cluxructer wf an ucute general my tliliB while in tale clirudlc casaa de gln rjiUon was found especially In ho lower dorsal region IMrhon and Goldstein of Bucharest huvu roportfd an liiC iitliiK emote of pellagra in whIch slulorrhen wus n prominent synniom which was evidinTly of tier r0111 orhlu At a mtfiiiic if fire Acadwiiy of Mwlicine M Mario tlIkl lint uii oxnm imition of Insane Arabs suffering from pellagra In the Abuasech Asylum show txl tilnui genuine pellagra was almost constniit amuni itJiuni jua lid 1nlOllg the iKTjmlatlon from winch tlmy were dfrlv il they Were tier foro jjilla 8r ms porcoua who laid txianw Insane Sam maatnl ditxrdsrs follow Inx jKllHRni owed thtflr oiugln to it and on that Hccoutr pwasenwl typi cal psyuhnloglcul cliHrdovngtics as Kirtiutixl with tin physfcHl symptoms of KllMgni CtirUiln paralytic onus of InKinlty eocunvd In i IIugroun Inv dlvJdutiU null ouaflrnicd fJio oplnlou of UiUllirgLT who multi alncd that iulktgrous iKMiilyttd ntiglt aartimo u form clinically and pAthih cally iciiiUcal with gdatral paralysis of tho IriKirie The diseases were tow over no the Bamf and M Marie con hidured that general lunulyfty of tho IniviiH ware a t yphillit Tnamifusta dons Tho two foiiiiM might bnwm hlIldlhllt is to way clues wire known in which Arabs suffering from general paraly ds wore both ay plillltk baud petlttfrous- LimiliroMi clnlnxi that pelligra Is an iiitoxlcatliui duo to an oxjnacUvo auliiHJuice similar Ui orgnttn formed b ni growth of certain fungi on corn lie has obtalncil WKtttry tUrdI nlcholic exractB of damaged Om and ball produitd exp nmemttally Bjimp Unix similar to those of iwlbtgra lie calls pollagnlZflIIiAn vpldcniic of jKillagra In Ahlrt cwmlTy lids booM na rttd by Dr eh1ge II Soarcy It xcur d among tho jritlents of tlio Mount Vernon Inv sane Hoipltnl in Aliibama wiho were fed prinolpally utwm maize Of elgluy eight caws only tight wow matte Tho JWRIRO ago was 34 yeaiH TlloI IfXttitJon varied of skin Jesiorm 85 per OHnt showed it on hacks of hands and wrists 3r IKT cent had It on dorsal surface fo feet and ithotumo proportion on the back of Oho rode 20 pop cert had it on the face i e about tho checkB only 8 per cot had tho lesions on nil of those locations 72 per cent had no akin lash B nt all Just the salivation gaS troIntestinal dWUirbarccB purl ner vous Bjmptome No nuteee4 had the disease They associated constantly r I with the patients and handled them The chief dlfferenoo was in the diet os they only ate Uttlo maize and had more variety Progncey was unfavorable Death occured In two or three weeks or longer Recovery ex ceptional and vela slow A mangle of tho meal used at the Mount Vernon Hoaptal iwaa cent by Dr Searcy to tho pathologis In chargo of the laboratory of plan- pathology at WorfiicBton aid he re potted the meal wholly unfit for hu man use that it warn made of mold grain and contained quantities of b terra acid fungi of varous sowa some of which were Identified in addWon Jo the otting of dairaa get corn the sun has been sup to have much to do wili tho of pellagra as tiho cuctioeous lesions appear In those pboas exposed to the suns rays as back of liaoda back of loot Lace and neck It is now gene ully accopiodhawevorrthut the them leal rays simply lave more or lets influence on the severity of tie skin leslono and do not cause then Ger ardni and lajr Himeau obtained differently shaped jvatchea of ery j thema in cave of pellagra by of gloves fenestntfed in various asI One ease In the epidemic at Mutt Vernon In width flie ils lent wore j a band around his wrist showed a severe eryUitmn aloe and below the i band but bentuth it the skin lwv but j slightly affected In Dome cass there is no doubt that the sun makes ho skin lesion more severe but severe ekiln lefiloui do occur In those who I wear ihces and are exposed to the sun but Uttltf Xoussoi ixilnted out Jjha1 the ery I thema affects only the Jiand and feet of gipsy children in Roumania uakIedease abitca in the tall us cooler weather conrei on It Is generally aocepod now however j that iwllagra is oauftpd iby eat- Ing i a substance formed by tho growth i of conuiin organisms In corn This I substance atJUacks the central ner CenIIerssun Influent more or tea Cho se verity of the laiitjiw in ihose regions whose trophic cer ors are effectd ad hicharexposed to the sun QUICKS j MEDICINE COUGH j 1GUIUNTltltDSold by J C Mcndenball Medicine Co EvutvllleIsL M H THATCHERSSPLENDID j j i Nothing But Praise and Honor Following the Administration Tin uniform accounting hill advo cae by Sate liujQiKslor and Ixau u r M H hiiclK tins passel the Legislature In placing this law up on tho HtLuU A lxx ks the Gonorul As sembly has done goal work for tlio State It will bo tho eaten of saving many thousands of dollars ito the pwplo and at t h situo time cffuctl vcly blocking the firm steep to official derolictloa and wroagdoiryg hitherto tiu uniform ssywtxjm of ac counting has iiiwallotl In the munici palities of Kwitucky Each town and comity luu been lott tv follow Its un plan which In a groit many la- n ances rotultod In TJO plan at all ldng followed Tho general Inco hi renco of Iwokkcoiprrg ftaa made It practiciilly lm oHalblo for tho moot vlgSlaiit Inspoctloa to provWo a prop er chock upon this tnuitoosWi of pub moneyMr who has d vaed ihlm self to the ilattus of his office with UDromlttlHg fldtltgr tins found him self oonfruuUd with tastiixin blo tlif unIEnt1tl1odllhgal cxpondlTue and not a lit Llo money hall ibecn refunded to the State AS n consequence of hrs Imvos tigaCion But tiito probably ropjiesaatB i Bmall fraxiMon of tUlle toakaera that have been suing on for years underr the slipshod molirodj of cortaudtlng the OUplea bttstrwattfWith tho adai don of iBho now Bys ten modlcd alter lawis lubtajlndug In tfher stol w where tlida ptrogroaalva step was iLakoa ycanr ago an end will lie put to tho opportunity for Inewm pelcrit cr dlsbxxnct officials itio evade the coiiESCfiuoreora cf their fiaiiluro to properly diaohonger their tasks Much credit 43 to bo fjlvoa to Gov Willson and Mr Tliatcfhcr who hlavw been eat+ ntjt In urging CJjfa orMjeftmnet of this Jaw DaUy Loulavllla Herald Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA TAKEN FROM CIVIL WAR NOTE BOOK OF JM LEACH Continued from last Week June 9Chop chop bum day and night Ias well as others Wave than quite hungry all day tho was hannetwith my wife sod little Hoys but alns I awoke all my pleasant ydreams had vanished I was ycfc In Vlcksburg fraemenis of shells were falling around me In everf direction This morning a very heavy rain fell clementii were ta commotion the Iforked lightening playing the thunder rolling peal after peal the rain falling In torrents yet firing was kept up as usual I bought a very small piece of rice breadtoday for ono dollar and colt It wtth tome sugar which la sixty cents per Und June 11 Another rain fell last night I stretched my blanket over a pole and gathered some leaves for a bed and lay down and slept sweet ly all night Many poor soldiers lead not half so good a bed June 121t was thought the the enemy contemplated another assault on our worka We moved up some three hundred yards and took our po sltlon Just In the roar of the lneavt works but ro charge was made In poundIover our t Into a hill sin our rear burst and throw dirt and fragments In every dl rectionJune 13Back In our old position The enemy has got heavy guns and have been using them very much to our dlsccmpfcirt June 14Last night we were miov jed to the left of the center end re lleved General Greens brigade We had boon In the ditches eleven days Today has been ajller than common until evening when they scorned to forgot that it Is Sunday and oleo cd several guns on UB tilt no Jilarin otI a 20 pound gun last night hoar our ditches and this morning a duel ensued In which wo had several wounded June ItJlJast might as do common our men and the Federals got up a 1 conversation across the line Inquir i 2fter each others fnlwodg and as itSbappencd tho Sixth and Eighth iMtourl Federals were in our Gust andQ good many found their frenxls- Some ound their brothers to oppo site atmles 1 witnessed a case of two friends mooting both from St wuls- Henry Williams Federal and Jackson Robot as soon as WHltiams found out Jackson he told meet mo half way which they did Just out Bide of Jholr works It wits too dark to see what they did but we heard Wllllaims my 1 mutt hug you Chantey and try nit down and held a long conversation The hatred that we onso had seem ed ito have died away In great meas l1erIern themselves burn up their tomes ucder the protease of proocing but old union our faAlwms fought for Oil what blnd infatuation May Goo give them time to think and upon their understanding Juno liLast night oUr roglmoat was relieved by General Greens brig ado We were taken around in deep hollow so as to bo ruudy to support tho Third Louisiana at any time wa should be needed Juno 18 Nothing more Alitin com mop today two of the men that drove the ambulance were wounded Juno 19Thls morning C R Man vln a privajte of our company wfhlle fixing to shoot through a port hole that ho hod made lat night was shot through the haadan died Insnntly without a groan Ills loss was deeply felt by his comiwny and regiment No bmver man ever draw a triggerJuno 20TMs jnorrfas about half post tour kilo enemy opcrod u tor rlblo cannonading on us Ohio infantry also Joining In and for four hours kept up an awful fuss Our loss was consIderable C L Dugan of Cass county was jellied with a cannon iball In who evondreg Just oa wo had rev ceived our grub wo Were called Into lino and in a tow minutes wo were up to our worfcslt however turned out ito be a false alarm The etfomy have dug to our works in several plaices and In our front fey suave dug up to a parapatt hart the Third otettheFedemis Ihosoon as ho showed his head a efliatp shooter fired and turned him up to the sun JUDO 21 Sunday again Tilts day 18 not kept sacred hero any more than any other day It fa true bone Is not so much cannonading but the sharp shooters are busy lab any osier tuna Wo heard today that Johxson is on his way to relieve us God I v grant that it may be to June 22More sharp ehixtlng than common but not BO much artillery It Is eatd that Jho enemy late mov ed twothlrds of their guns Juno 23 Constant sharp shouting dad a little rata at nlghft June 24ThIs morning a few of ua went up to tho works to sharp that anti had a fine time after we had tired some tartly wounds apiece we concluded that wo tied fun caough for ono time and went back to our placeJuno 25AU was as common this morning except the mover were more Industrious then usual until about 3 oclock p m whoa as our regiment was in Its place on reserve the mine under one of our parartito was fired that made a ircmendous explosion which made the Mills shake to their very canter This was a signal for an attn on our works and they came alt us with an awful yell and succeeded in climbing up on our works but woo met by our boys Which made them glad Ko keep on their own side OWl regiment being brought up to support the ThirdI Louisiana some of us WVTS p tho ruins of the parrwpcijt The erals falling to take it by niorm brought a large log with pony holos cut in it and endeavored to roll it tbe1couldwas in the works and kept dhoaSlng thorn down as fast as they showed themselves We also brought up nI canon and firedon tho lug which cut H In to and sent it rolling back over them After this we kept up conoant firing at each other until 12 oclock engagementapart throwing hangrenadg from iboh sides it was In a shower of the j little hand burns that our men gave back a few foot When Colonel Erwin i mounted upon the paroiputt and raised his cap saying some Up here Company A when he was pierc ed with three balls and fell to rite no more thus fell our bravo ColJ nel one that we all loved and respected If we had seem our fathom fall It would not have thrown more of a damper over our regiment lie had led us onto Victory but he has fought his last battle his mild voice no more cheers us on to victory but lays silent In fleatihj Our in blast charge was about fifty killed and wounded Lieutenant Llipscomb of our company was killed arid ewon wounded Wo learned after ithe sur render that the enemys loss did not fall short of 300 Wo have been bet eged now forty trays Today bids fare to be W3 warm as any previous one AVe are net more than ten steps apait and keep up a constant firing In the eventes tho enemy drew off some dunce and it Is thought that they are digging usdier our works again Tonrtght a beautiful rainbow without any rain encircled us it was chteiteg to see OllfomyJuno 2iWe had five men killed In our regiment today woo a num ber wounded David Sigman of our company was killed and E Vlens died at the hospital from a wound that he recloved on the 25th I June 28The second rId fifth regiments have como to our relief and now wo are six hours on guard and twelve off June 29All is as it has ibeen for sometime it is thought that a can non was heard in the direction of Sniders Bluff Johnson may bo rom ing In that way June 30camo off guard thIs morn Lug and will not go on until sIx this ovonlngJuly IThe Federals Lave been under mining our works again a little to the loft of where the aUhen bkuit was made and at twelve oclock the mine was fired which made a power ful explosion ttrowing off the Interior loft wing of our panapeUU The bleat canto out on our Lido blowing a number up in tho air and cover lug a number up Eleven soldiers and nine negroes were smothered to death and quiUo a number were covered up but we succeeded In gotting diem out before they Bmatihorcd Just as soon as the blast was aat off they opened file on this paint iwilflv Edsty pieces of cannon They eeemicd de termined to carry this point Our men were thrown iiito b litho con fusion but there wna enough Kiood awarmtoken to come over our works Our reglnient loot seven men killed and thinly wounded wihioh wad moroUiaia coy other lost Coniiuued Next Week Chliar n C FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA I 8 wsrosaenv and districtride andeshibita sample ten Model Ranger tieyele fern shed us mteverpwberc ue- maldntmoney fast wfw1tzrlwwlar + ads Ilteeu the shiD It beck to w at our expense oHaol br eel careen FACTORY PRICES We furnish the to mail at one small tyou our are t any O factory We are with 8100 profit above factory OIL double our HAND BICYCLES We do not handle second hand bul- Uually have a number on hand taken In trade by our retail stores Thwe we cleat out 1n weal 5Q TIRES TIll rejntiar manpria Of iitu lira it SSJO del fa toe will NO MORETRODBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tacks or Claw will nut let tho a speefal ualrty of rubber whldl nrverbeeomes highest grade bicycles Its possible above faCIO miL You Scd that their tlrei haveonlybeen pumped jponce twice in awhole season DO more than r 1 SI or when receive catalogue satisfied SECOND bicycles Chicago Derpair introduce customer stating beautiful A PAIR TO ONLY 80 wNotice the thick rubber tread Au and puncture strip U- and MDHaUo rim sllpNnto prevent rim cutting This tire will outlast any other ELASTIC wed EASY tIDING We will allow a cash discount of 5 per cent thereby making the price S4B5 per paIr If vou not satisfactory on examination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is as safe as In a IF YOU NEED TIRES but write us a postal today DO NOT THINK OF DDYINa a bicycle J L I CASTOR1AFor The Kind You Nave Bought Bears of For Over Year- sCASTORIA ywaossvaoasoraan WANTEDA RIDER ACENT Veahlpto andlrwrDUlcefactorInchaandrrfllllowMwrsweanmakeyouthhayarWesell aticesfreeCOASTERHEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPRooF SELFHEALING ullyouaiamfltpatrforffJkHaunBttaoratrflJS yearOverIvetyandnMurtawitltoutallowtag rellsUngqualiliesbelngglYeDby operpairbutforidvertisiogpurposeawearemakin the- Signature Thirty SAMPLE IMTHODUQE INUCHTOWI maknHOFT onapprovalInacndlngfcrwearorderWeorlIedzethom IIdescribeswoaderfutottersMEAD CYCLE CHICAGO ILL Save 75 Always 11- 1Use 4 COMPANY BY PURCHA SINal 1 ONE OF FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS mailthiswhere they saw it will be able to have Cnow COLTEGEsaooaosaraa Second and WainutS LOVMVILLE KY w n R- w v IR k THOMSON0 I STOCK FARM HORTON OHIO COUNTY KENTUCKY J BAY LEAF HAL Will make the present season of 1910at our stables at Horton Ky He will be permitted to serve mares at 5 single leap or 10 to t Jinsure a colt to stand up and suck Money is due when the service is rendered fact as certainedor mare transferred Care will be taken to prevent accidents but not re sponsible should any occur Description and Pedigree BAY LEAF HALTrack 221L Bay Stallion l O hands high GrayFannydon 207k Storm 108t Laurel 2063 IG in 515 39 in 230 und the Dams of Helena Duplex 208 Cadet 2C91Garnetta 11OkFrank Creemer 2111 etcby Tom Hal JrHi 925 Dam Lizzie Dam of Little Brown Jug 21H etc by John Nether and 2nd Dam Blade by John Hal DILL GLADSTONE Also during the same time and at the same place we will offer for service our celebrated jack DilL GLADSTONE at the same price and on the same conditions as the horse DilL GLADSTONE is a beautiful black Spanish jack with white points 15 12 hands high and a splendid form lie has sired some fine colts and is reliable in every particular GOOD BOY Register No 288878 A red Shorthorn bull of fine proportions and noted service Needs to be seen to be appreciated Will serve cows at 1 at the gate Return privilege will be granted Those who I A I ItainlyTxegisterecl E3crlcthire Boar Dales Golden PrinceNo 115889- A Boar of the finest breed and a splendid sire of exceptional qualities Will serve sows at 1 at the gate with return privilege w will give l5 in premiums to the first and second best colts sired by BAY LEAF HAL in year 190910 to first and 5 to second best colt We will also give 15 in premiums to the first and second best mule colts sired by DILL GLADSTONE in the year 190910 to the first and 5 to the second best mule colts Time and place of the show will be announced later on The same premiums are offered for the year 1910 Thanking the people for their liberal patronage last year and hoping to have a large share of their business for the year 1910we are respectfully t C IIi R B THOMSON Proprietors i vN i a t 1 w J Formal Opening of E P Barnes Bros lURING MZLL N Y Tuesday March 221910 You are Invited and a Cordial Welcome Awaits You BEAVER DAM KENTUCKYsMf Hartford Republican Eat according to law lit the Joetolllc- eDarUordK1 ae mall matter of the second d C M BARNETT EDITOR TFS =FS027S8F- RIDAY c brln 40- Rouch n17rzMARCH 18 Philadelphia Is no longer the City of Brotherly Iove The juicy fees on the side attract many men to Congress IndIana Itepubllans amhttvlug a Lard time in theIr efforts to support Ileverldge and PrCMldcnt Tttft If GllfonllInchot can Jtavo his watq Secretary Ballinger will soon belong to tile down and out club Commodore 1erefuses to urnrsh the IJOOt We move to con- tinuo the matter until next wlnttr Tie 3nnootrut byMnnders as usual are ithtyinp the scat or the coqfe most fI11uentl In the Ihllttdebplmla riots The killing of theGood i ads llIIs by tJo Legislature was about what wo mlglLt have expected und wlu tt- we predicted In our last istw After nil the portraits turd vtIte- ul s UIC rnl 1uus have given Pos- tinter Gen iul III clicock has stJand on occonti class postage ratts booms wmewhat unapprEClaUtr We are told by bte pr dl imatehes thet Secretary of WIT Dlcklllron Is A strong caudidUe for the Demo CratiC nonibnation for UnIted Suites Set ator In 7enne o and yet blr Ajcl1w2n is a meuibcr v a Rl1lu- b1can PrukIents ttbinot WJI not run hi1ll fur prrtleknt on oho lw- IJtwllculI ticket next time If Socretluy Knox really refused to TiCOQnlzu his mn and his wife be cause the latter wts a working girl ho should M once les1gn his 1Itlon In irtaldtam Iat cabinet turd move to England where lie might have till opportunity to terse tinder n king Such Ydtzts elll tint IO in II HeJlllb- Ucnnd blr Kux will tncnmet wbUity trod of on asset to the Republicnu- a9uk I tJltrnikandfileof he Re- 1nbllmm party intend to have some dung to t ly eortcatmhy who the riders shall he In time fu uro was demol1It tlll last week in 4he state of New York when govcrntn lltighes- and Sonator Root attempted to tllc tate to the SUite Senate who should be eloctcU prtaldent pro item of that- body The orglIIlz1tJou ted a different man from the one wto was WIftl by the national and stale ntl- tniEt radars I- mbe IlaniordHsntidahlsweak o snits the lndebtdmtt of tho Demo rick udmlmtmuatlan when Ithe Re ttUbUcons cane into mower but eny- stMt they had 1400000 do the gbto- TRImury Title fact does not amount to very much when it is udmltted- e wts outstanding oaims sibich- arould wipe It all out loaNlng the eptmotmous dndebtodness orellted by tile buUdlng of the stew capitol OB an et tat the Republican aidmlnlatnl tJou Mr oiwonth Ure outgoIng u1er did not pay the outstanding ledebtiedneen es the Iomtald sbatrces fiord no irroof of such iraymtent can L fundshoo by k At thelast monront Uve Demo ILt voted with twelve Republicans b itrkI is and defeated the efforts of tire ma chine to pass the Ripper Ibm through the Stato Senate over the governors veto This measure was intended to deinive the Itepubllcans of nil of ice In the ell of Louisvllle and give It W ono of the faithful No outer pnotense was made for its pas satge and the Democratic Seiintors who refused tu be controlled by the machine deserve great credIt Among the nmber was an old Ohlo county boy Dr D F Tlehenor now residing to Davless county The doctor on this occasion showed his good Ohio county training The new Court Dill just passed hy the Legislaturo whIch chnngHS the time of holdIng CIrcuIt Counts In OhIo County was prromoted hy Davbns county eulerimrioe and of course Davie county gods all time best of the bargain The tetra in OhIo county ClIO placd in the busy reason of the year when farmers must stop plndang corn and harvesting whet and hay In order to do jury service The wont featuro of the measure however Is the tact that under It we will have eight months with only one term of court and four months with three terns It seems to us that Davies county mIght he given us u bottter distribution of the exmntb even if she did hog the fVtIt of the time NARROWS March 17Mr and Mrs Camp of Ilenderson one visiting their daughter Mrs Will park this week bust Lula Da bam A kIII visited her gttndpaTeJ1t9 Mr and Mrs Leroy Conder the first of the week bBat Annie Gulnea or Fcmlwllle- visited Mts Will Irk Saturtty Mr J R Cook went to litchfleld- Tuos m- ybar and Mrs Mark Renfrow Sunny lalc vlslted their son Mr A H Reuf- taaw thlA week Mtys Idmt White is vlliHtng tela- tlves near horse Dranch this week Mr Oros Iawlace Ilopkinavilk Is spending n few dls with his parents Ur and Mrs W L lAwlnce Moss Emma Jlkelltl and daughter 1mt Belle and 111 Georgia Teich left this morning for Llverniae whore bAr Likens will make lair future home while ills Peach will g In a few days to her home near Central City Mr Enunet Willls fs In Sunuy- dtle this week Mlses Gentle nllll Flossie Powem Dundee are vbsiling 1Jt1tS hem Rev R H Harper assisted by R E Bailey closed an lIticrCtn1g meet itug here Wedwcstay Mr Spence Pope or Franklin Ky led the singing SALEM March IGRev Bailey filled his regular appointment at this plnoo Sunday Sir anti Mrs J G Chulstlan and tomfly vlwed Mr and Mrs C V Ohrlstlan Sunday Mr C S Moxley was In this nclgl- borhbtxl surveying last week I Mrs C V Christian cane Run was gIven a Odmilmday dinner by her children Friday March it Mrs N D Daniel nrtd Mrs P E Chrirtlan visited Mr and oilS J G Wilson Monday night Mr sm Duthnm aDd Mrs Nan Das stn are on the sick list this week Mr J W Camp and tllmUy visited Mr and Mrs N C Camp Sun day Mr Ira Wilson and wife visited Mr George Orumes and wIfe SundaY Mr Polite Bashaen and family Fords yule are visiting his parents Mr and Mts Sam R ham PALO March 11TlhMc on the sdk list are Mrs WJmsaU ltrs HInes Mrs Tucker and Mns Berry Mr James Handley of Indanaw the guest of Orville Derry last Sun hy Mr Oman Duke and family JOE Maden and family Mr E E Dar himi and ramlly Mrs Jane Maden Misses Pearl and haven Berry Wen tltb guests of Mrs Arnie Maden laHI Sundayi Master Claud and Lester 1Vhlt- wore the tuetls of their aunt a- Olwton last Monday lIl Orlan and J J Park cal led at Mr DeJllys last Sunday Messrs Dooley and wire W L White amp wits and lade ron Ilal Icy were the guests of Mr Berry Sunday Elsie Smith of 1Lanford was thiJ guest of 1Ri Flenhr last week Mr Elvlo Renfrow and vVLto litho daughter RuUi were the gutot of Mm Renfrows Parents klrt week Mrs Joe Twetldell was mho gues of her sister Mrs Emma Wlmsat last Friday Mr Anthur Foomslerihas logs reddy to take to Evansville Mr mi Funk Clear Run was the gUM of hIs aunt and uncle Mr Dug Feenser and wile last Saturtbyand SundayMessrs J J Park and Orville Derry will sttut for Oklahoma il1l few days Mr and Mat WJlObery returned from a weeks visIt to their old hOmo Sunday Misses Vernlo and Llzzie Saiiht dale went the guests or Miss Gertfo Clog Sunday Misses Zllpha and Bertha Wholy were the guests of Mir Doha Willis last Saturday- Miss EdUHh Duke is4ry Sick Mrs Bob Dever Sumamydale Is very tow Master Oscar and Olia Powers of Sunnydale were the guests of Or wills Russell laSt Sunday Miss Dell Willis Palo was the guest of Miss LillIe James lost Sunday Mrs D03se Maden OwonJrboI1Q and brother CJualle Kttehen SulJfuur Springs were the guess of Mis An ale linden last week Mr Jell Aldrldge Sunnyaktie will move to E E DurlJlns farui Utls week 8 Educational Notes Upon the call o r the preslden the Board of Edueai ton met In the County Superlntendents office lit 10 oolock iIll 111 arch 7 1910 with this following members prWCl1t Suporjn dent deny Leach Richard Plunnner- L D Tiehenor J II Dudson E C U3filard J L Brown It was red that a claim or 4 for rent be allowed In favor o1f Mbe ox ILt was omdered that W W HtYart be changed from educational dIVIS- Ion No4 subUstritt No 6 tocduc- at40nal dlvJslon No 4 eubdlstat- cto12 It was ordeMad that Abe Jolly be tnhn erred from eduoatlonal divide No 1 subdistrict No2 Chapnfan- to educational divIsIon No l gttbdis- trlet No 3 Cmwe- pt was ordered that Stoney point oduoatonnl divlston No 6 subdta1ct- No 16 be anus is heisby reesttblJe- he It was ordered that the Iboundl1 ot Stony poiut be changed so as to Include the U S Faught tnnn J Br Rowe farmR N Lwteyfarm and Howard D Joaugbt tamer all or whom are tlrnnm1ld from Central Grove ed ucaionnl division No G SubdlstTIot No L- It Was ordered that Richard Plum mom J I Drown and superintendenr Henry Leath be appointed ns a com mlCtee Jo investigate Goshen educational divIsion No 5 subdlsnct No 18 wad Central Grove bducw don al dIvision No6 subdtstaiot o 1 and consIder the location of school house it any in their oplnlon should be necessary Lt was ordered that Lawson ed theeNotsame hereby re u3nbllshw and called educatIonal dl vision No 1 subdlstadd9 No1 mak tlllg Chapman No2- Jl was ordered that Ed Stone living on Harry Taylors farm in educational division No G subdinalot No 11 Lower Point bo tmnsorred to Lawson educatIonal divisfoat No 1- subd1sn1et No1 BI1lJnhnoonsy1II and George Rileys farm rransforredtdivislontto trict No1 Lawson same dlvislon It was ordered that the site of the crowu lehool house deducaUoial division No1 subdiotniet No3 be moved to tbo new site donated by the patrons In distrIct No I New Bethel M E Ohunch Solkth- 1t Was ordetIcd that C SHude n Jeff Bell and the romahmder of the Mack Riley farm be transferred from Buford educational division No 1 subdlwtrict No4 to Crowo subdlst- mld No 33 same divISionIOn motion It perintendent Henry Leach and L D- I1JchlIr be scent as a committee to i tI1V6SJIgat Battles and l106eleysub distnlct No 10 and 14 eduexttlonaldi- vitlon No1 and rolort whether orllot I they deed Itoues and need to be re dshietedIt ordered that Clhud 1VnIid lie changed from educational dlVtroll NoI 1 subdMr1ot No G to mibdlorlct No 5 I It was ordered that E C Ilanutond be dIrected to go to DelmOlt pad In vestigatro any proper changes In the boundTY I It was ordered that the T BanUo t fanny be trarfend from educational division No4 Ubdtstl1lct No 17 to edlucatlonal dhflIon No 5 sulldlrlct- No2 and 0 E WtUllIIlIl from educational dIvIsion No 5 subdLstrJc- tNo5 to educational division No 5 subdlstrlct No2 The suerlntendeot wlthes to say tJU1I the last months pay for the telebm Js nf yet on hands Tctnci- o will he notified rtlnough the pa- peat3 ashen U cOmes The ccross blanks ore being mailed to the subdlstrlot truatees In the county Any trustee falling tnoraoolve same by Aril tlmt should notify met a5 once HENRY LEACH BuptII The Baptist Church I Regular servlces next Sunday Sun day school 945 a m PrdmoMng at 11 n ID and 715 p m Theme or morning discourse The DcautThi- lShopherd Theme of evening service OhirekcDS Coming Home to tA- U will fund a wblcoma nt rrhese services Mira Thompson ot Beaver Dam will smg at the morning ser vice J W BRUNER Pastor Ae SOfE The Beaver Dam Maigtmienial District Union A S of E will moor at Beaver Dam Slrturdlly MaTCh 2th at 1 p m Let all Locals send delegdbets as tmppoaltaant busfDIeIIJwfJl1 come beloal- tthts l1mg HORACE L TAYLOR Seef I Wysox March 16Messrs N M Taylor J S Taylor G W Campfteld Q bL Benton Jake Merrord Luther lion saker and Charlie WIlliams of this place went to lIartford last Sadur day Messrs Oscar and R W Taylor went to Beaver Dam last Sntunwy to sib their aunot Mrs Mary Barnett who has just come to this State from Kansall- 1llr IInnndbal Taylor Kansas is- vdsitlog ln thIs neighborhood Mrs Mangaact Taylor is on the sck HoSt Im Carnie Bennett MilO has been sick ds able to up again Mr Q M Benton spent n dew days last week do Muhlonburg the guwt of his SOn and tughter Mrs Caherlne HunsIJror Os at the bedsido of her brother Mr JIm Shull of Hopewell who Js very sick Mr and Mrs Ii A Taylor end fanil ly and Mr and Jars Q M Benton spent Sunday wIth Mr and bars Cline DerrTl1a- nIr Guss Dantan left Monday for Muhlenberg where he will spend a few days with his brother and sister Misses Minnie and Ethel Drown spent a few days last week with shir uncle Mr Wash DrownIMra llalllo Taylor spent Tuesday wIth Mrs lJaUIU Taylor Mrs Nellie Taylor and ehlldron visited Mm Callie Elllolt Monday Mary Benton spent Saturday nIght with her niece Ruby Denton GEorge Crank spent Sunday with Gum and Ry Denton Misses Minnie und Ethel Drown spent Monday with Miss Pearl Dwen posit Resolutions of Sympathy Resdutloas by Eastern Star Chapter upon the death ot Mrs C E SmithOur Heavenly Father from whom cometh every perfect gift anti without whom none can prosper has In HIs infinite wisdom called fnom our soaks our beloved sister Jessie Ial- urn Smith We desire tx bow In humble sub mission to HIs holy will and pray for grace to say Thy Will DoneTho beI first golden link in our cIa cIrcle of friendship hns allen i awtty in death No morn will she asI Oflourcheered by her genial smile lIS WO were recognized greeted land admit ted by her as our Noble Warden for she has gone from us forever May the parting be but temporary and the meat4ng eternal She hw faished her allotted task In the cotlle5 of life The chapter of her earthly so bourn Is closed but her virtues r4ilall IsIourSpraise Qr the touch of censurf But to the bereaved we wckuowledge the- sacred tie now IEevored and share their sorrmag Looking beyond the share of time we know that our sIster though lost to anortttl view le only waltiug beyond the river to welcome us to our eternal home hike last1goneRIm Therefore renllzing OUT great loss in her as a charter memberJ that the town und lost ono or cYa most worthy and beautiful young matrons the hUSband eolvotedtp our Vrother I our love and sympathy and send dmya copy of these resolutions spread a copy upow the minutES or our chapter send a copy to well of the local papers nuxl n copy to the Masoude Home Journal blanch 17 1910 Fraternally TILE EASTERN STAR MRS S A ANDERSON MR ROWAN HOLBROOK I MRS Z WAYNE GRIFFINCommittee DY K OF P LODGE Oarac linn Rough Rlher Lodge No 110 KnigMs ot Pythias Htrttord Ky March 15 1910 Whereas Rough River Loose No 110 Knights of PyWas has learned of the std rnlsfontune which has befallen our mother C E Smith III the death Of his dmotiel1 wife tTherefore be it resolved That thIs lodge extends to better SmIth deepeEt- tSm y In his oorenCmenJt with the assurance ithat our tlcan1N godout to him in the loss ot his companion who was the sunshine and Impplnef8 Qf Ws home Be Jt resolved that wo poInt hint for that COIlSOJntIcn which cannot vt come from mortals no natter how strongly they zany be bound llogelJlwr by the bonds ot fraternity to an niltrIse Pro dence whose decrees may not be understood here but will be made plain to all of us in the great beyond De lit WSOlved feather that a copy ot thole rerohrIJons be furnishEd our brother copIes to the county papers and to the Kentucky lytbdan for pubblcatlon Respectfully suhmidted JOHN D WILSON S T BARNET R T CO1 LINE Committee DY HARTFORD BAPTIST CHURCH Wbere God jn his infinite wisdom and wise providence has seen memIand a most consecmted chris USID in the person of Mrs Carrie Fields and- Whereas the family het lost n loving wife devoted mother affeoaon ate daughter and sister WhOOll 1tJbcy will greately mlrs be JII JHvnooadorned her life and to perrpetnlato- l the influence or leer character and gentle walk among us RerolVe That we tender her sorrowing family our most fooling con dolence and point out the assured comfort that our dear sister 4s basket tog la the Ilatlgwed light of her Savr for is Iove- Resolve That a copy tthose 1eoso- lulibna be placed on our church record a ropy un1ahed each or our Ibartford papers aDd a copy sent to each member of her family Dy or erot the ChurCh MaaCli sixteenth nIneteen hundred and ten J W DRUNER Pasta E E RHOADS Clerk GILSTRAP March 13Mr WJB18Dtt dIed 1ih his home near this phase last Tuesday morning March 8th Mr N R Wllsoa Is Wry 41- iMLs Maggie Smith visited Mrs ThursdayMr vtsltcd- at Mr E P Steawnttr Sunilsy sDcl Morris Is thing liens t sister Mis Ohio JnEl at EdeD slUngher tf l the LittUe Bend parentlsurday 1 tt1 l xr r S n x 1 Or Annual j h Spring Opening Will Occur Saturday March 191910 You and your friends are cordIally invited to be present We will display the leading spring styles and Shoes in Dress Goods Silks Millinery Readytowear Garments Eas ter Novelties Etc GO WHEN IT COMES TO DRUGS rOr a wesedpUon wee got the goods Weve gut all the dlfletent lines of proprietary medicines and are prepared to till your PreeclliptionB just as the doctor wants them Weve Sot the pure drugs and know how And wove got all the 6tbor things that go along with the drug business such tie patent Medlclnes Toilet Ar- 1Iclee Stationery Pefrumes Etc 1V- bdievo e we can oomo nearer sattsfying your wants than anybody In our bum zese Try us and Boo Our prlces are always sig- htkiartford Drug Co InoorPoratod Good Coffee Wont Hurt You t fJcfee does you harm I 1 tlieros a leaseflyd out what I it fId maybe It is not properlY I Dtuuu i Maybe It wasnt right Coffee to start with taybo it was too cheepand- toI cheap Coffee IS the dear eft drink any person ecer drank y Rut dont bkvme ALL Coffee I We 1mve seVeral brands here t Isome of them blends that are i I known tobe benklcal to tb healthPrlcos ioc 25o and 30o pound I Glad to have you test itI ller1a Grocery 1- r i Hartford Republican j FRIDAY MARCIi 18 1111 nolsCo n traI Rail road TI me Table At Beaver Dam Ky rIb Boil lid Nota2 due 615 a m ottll1elr Opm- ao107dae748pm2 Month Bonnd- No lildue1It6a u No 1N1 doe 48 p m- Nola1 due8O6 your Furs to U S Carson IBrling of satisfaction goes with sold by carson Co Mr Dress Well buys LWERTI- SPEmAL Hats at carson 008 The Hartford Mill Company ha both black and white Northern seed oats for sale 30U Mm FE Blrkhend wlll JDtlrtRln the FortyTwo Club 3It her borne Ww- lwsWy afternoon Mr R L KIng Livermore yxuld our offidr a pleuiaM call vhfle here Monday Mrs D W Barrruw and daughter Loxlngto JIm the giresttD ot Mr and Mrs H I Taylor- Schlemmere bread tn1i1 from the OOlOOry every day at W II fOarei tc Sane Will delLver only with oJher goods I I dir J T Fe11x Olaton wtO has been the gucNof his ran Mh F I Felix tar wverai weeks returoed to his home Tuesday one who tall to henr Mrs Ice Wt DOOms Opera lIome OOng1tI and Saturday ntght wn miss the treat ot their lives Did you ever boas wa oauhn tyvhistle- ZIlont fail to hoar h1s opaMrsK- JncheJoo at the opera house tonight and tomorrow ltISerbs for the Eastern Strur Cbla- ptereMntahlmenttol gbt and homots raw night can be t1dat tdlmms Drug stare Admission The and 25c reserved seats 35aj Noah wJitO the grooor makes a specIAlty ot the beSt goods In hlB line Sells cheap and delivers free In Hartford Give him your order tort good thlslfa to eat I ore now handNng a oomplehQJlno of feed stuffs Bran Corn Orushed CnO Poultry FoodCmcJ Corn Orusbed Shells and Mica Grin Also flour and Meal tShlcthy ctItI t W E ELLIS 341ti Uarttotd Ky Renr Mrs Ktnche1oo at the Opera House tonight and tomorrow night Mr Tom HwUJ rurasvtyle was fn- tfvs city yesterday Attorney S A Arederoon Is in- Frankfort on legal bunc See tllo big stock ad of Thomson roe on another page of this issue County Clerk W S Tlniey w Jnt to LQuiSIVllle yeuerday on otficiu- bunfness If you want good flour nl a I w p eyou had bettor get busy Hartford Grooory Com any Quite a number of court vistorsl- ncpeocd our bIg Ik kook press while runnIng oft our tsme last Thursday evening Rev D F J Ink11 wt Teach at- Wezit Provtdermce nWlili church Sun day bhuth 20 nt 11 oclock n m Everybody invited to hear him Judge John D W4lmnDlstrlctDcln- 1ty for the order of the Knights of PyhJ18 went to LeltchfleldWed- nrtd yIn the Interest of the order Mr and Mrs n P Taylor ac compnnlde by Dr E D lenleton went to Louisville Wdenesdny where Mrs Taylor will be treated by n specialist We dill have good thlnbu to eat In Ute way or Fresh and CUred Meats Lard Family Groceries and Vegeta- bkn W II MOORS SON- Hartford Ky Leave your Laundry at Clevo lIers grocery Work guaranteed andprompt delivery Agent for Madlsonvllle Steam Laundry MadlsonvUle Ioe Laundry Company Incorporated tr EGGS FOR SALEPUre Barred Plymouth rock eggs t for settling of fifteen Mrs John W Sandefur of rural route No7 hIanttordt Ky Telcr- phono through Hartford JeenI Mr Owen Anbro e who has a tut her in OhIo county for the last tour years left Monday the 14th for Oklahoma where he will spend most or the time while there in school work The Hartford Stone Construction Co has resumed work and crushed rOCK Is beIng delivered here rapIdly muck BIrkhead who have tho con troct are putting true rock v west of town 0101Dvery Mason should I aid to the Earn Star by ritteaul- lI1g the entcetainnrenrs to be glvvn for the benefit or the local chapter by Mrss Klrcheloo nt the Opera 11OUrc tonight and Sawtlay ntgllt Leave your laundry with Lyons Duke Hartford Grocery Company for the Richmond Steam Laundry RIchmond Indiana This laundry always gIves sntisfaetton Prompt delivery Sattsfactton guaranteed 38th Pr iruman SWOOdl1rd who hIbeen tecching In the Imperial Pelzang Unlveruity TientsIn China for the past eighteen months Lett or hIs home at Deer dam March Oth He will some by wry of Europe nd Is expected rto arrive home about tI1 0 fIrst or May I vmoved to my new building at the fOOt of Clay street near the- Tobeaco Factory Having turned my whole attention tto the produce bvlsf mesa stn Puetared to buy all ycinde of country produce anal will Ivry the constantlysOn hand flOUT meal and feed stuff for sale I take this method of thank ing yml for past favors and solicit Ing your future patronage W E ErLIS- 8t4 Lartford Ky- Court Notes temllrtfed lust Saturday bnvlng returned- thlrtytwe j indIctments clussltllll till follows Unlawfully maintaining It nuisance 7 felonIous wounding 1I feloniously shooting and wounding nnotlK 1 uulawfwlY per mittlns- amhgon premises by minor G caring concealed a deadly weapon 7 IS ootlng at another without wound g aiding a prisoner to escape I selling personal property on rhich there wus n mortgage 1 crime of embezzlement I discharging deadly weapon on public hlghuay 1 Incest 1 falM swearing 1 keepIng a bawdy house 1 felonluosly breaking Into dwelling house 1 feloullausly breaking Into storehouse 1 falling ring bell or sound whistle at crossIng 3- Comth VII M n E n R Co charged with obstructing the public highwayverdict of jury guilty and fined X250 Circuit Court adjourned Saturday at noon until Monday noon The jury was excused until Tuesday the court havIng some motions inequity cases hear Monday afternoon Mary E Matthews VS W H Black trarnverdict of jury for defendant Herman Decker vs I C R R Co vodtct for defendant Frank Jones vs WllllaDl Goal Co Serdict of jury for defendant on In trucUone of tho Quart Commonwealth vet ClIftanCooyert- tmrged xlth sobbing Iptmddlnat fraytplea of guilty entered by de- lOnd1t fine uC 1100 and cos of the proaecuttonOommomwealtil vs Ds tFil Spencer- cltttrged wRh carrying deadly weapon plea t guilty entered and n flue of X25asser ed- Judgroote for divorce have len or dead in ho following cases IJsvls- Fleldon vs Sara Flaldcu Rosa P Jonas vs Alonzo Jonea Doily Hughes vs jslIughes lva Logsdon v- sLis Logsdon Judgment hhs not bone enered dra some of the cases however the ruling lit tile court pro vkllpgtha the cost of the action ho- paJd before n judgment Is entered and not hnYing been complied with In ome of the foregoIng actions t oTicEThe committee auhorizctl by the last Fiscal Court to purnchase graders for uso III workIng tIle roads of OhIo county will havu a practical demon elotion or the work which can he done by the various road nuaehhtee at or neaur Hartford Stwrtktr Marel 19th 1910 All parties who coutom plato securitug Or have already secured contracts for the ulllLlngof mrtr chinas flu thIs year may tOO Oht- tdemonstroion by being priont that day Sevealmachites will behere for denonstraion and the commlttee will PIttclU1sc the pmchlllue that proves most b tl factory Us a practical road worker C E SMITH W D TAYLOR O E SCOTT Committee WithEmbezzlement r I The grand jury or the Ohio Circuit Court returned an IndIctment against Cornelius L Williams last Saturday chnrgtilg Utnt with having IInbezzel- cd 413j belongIng to the L i1 st L R R Co while acting us tatlorl agent at Hartford Williams as the first local agent on the M U E R R and while this road wa under the management of the L II St J It R Co It will be remembered that Wili ams left Hartford very unexpectedly tad without notice to any one of- er he hud been hare only a few week The officers me goIng w make diligent etfort to locate and bring WillIams to justice It is saId that hen one time held a very valuable po- slUon In the auditors offIce of the Texas road prior to hIs short so journ lu Hartford Public Sale On Saturday March 19th at I oclock IIm at my residenco about five miles uordhwcsat of IIarrurd en- the No Creek and lledt load I will offer for sale at public outcry a lot of personal property cuulsisting of fnrming utenslis hu hold and kltcheIll furnIture Also rome LOTil and hay and one tYOIILrold oolt Jornus made known ou tlty or wlo MRS J A BENNETT BUFORD Mach 15Rev Norris Laslubtvok fillet his regular appoiament Sat urday and Sunday at Mt Carmel Farmers are busy preparing ground and gothg ready to phut corn Health is good hi this oonmuulty- Mdse Lola Belle Allen is visltlmg1- 11I tS Belle and Tina Iusey this week anti will he the gutUt ot Ilsa Ida Belle Holbrook 1Ved11avday nl lt- 111yer mooting is stLll progreeiLngn- dce1y at the church every 1Vedne ity night Mrs Oscar Turner armd 1111k daughter I Uouise spent time Ly with Mrs iJOhJI King Molyday- Hardin Coppage Dead Mr Hatdln Coppage a promhuent citizen and exofficIal dIed lit his ntsldence III Leltchflelrl last Sunday at- C o clock p u1 the was taken Ill Saturday nIght and It Is sold dlnl of paralysis of the brain After fu nerJJ servIces conducted by Rev J T hushing his remdns were interred iu the Leltchfleld cemetery Tire burial services were conducted by the Masons and Woodmen of the World of uhlcit orders llC wus It prominPat member Time deocasgd who was the brother of Mrs Judge U U Wedding of Hartford had been a member of the Christian church for many years Concrete Pavements tam now prepared to do any kind of 4 Concreting Give me 4 a1call All work- guaranteed c 4 4 J L R I LEY 4 artferdeKr I Your Easter I Hat and Dress i The Sole Topic of the Hour tfi With pleasure E and satisfaction Ewe again announce = our Spring Open = E ing of Hats and E Dress Goods Saturday March 19 i Is the day Miss = Geude Wright i will again display tfi Millinery that will solve the ques= tion of a Spring Hat New Dress = Goods Neckwear Belts and OX= = i fords will be on display tOur Spring j tMerchandise tNow on Display iit store is filled with now goods the soloo ttions made during the past mouths in preparation opening ofanother style periodeOur purchases have been on a more liberal tscale than over before and the range of stylish goods is greater We have spent much time in + preparation for this event studying the outputs of Mills Workshops and Factories zealously in order to secure the best in every line for you As a result of our labors we are able to otter you lit Is erally the pick of the be best A splendidarray of dependable merchandise unequaled in values 4 superior in style Just a thing to supply your needs to your entire satisfaction 4 We want you to see our splendid spring lines S as we lay them before you as examples of our Zc ability to serve you efficiently which is our Z highest aim 4 We extend to all a cordial invitation to visit our store when out in search ofspring merchan s dice I4 p RESPECTFULLY CARSON CO i Uacorporaed tHartford Ky Y 1 1t= 1OIRECT VERSION OF SAD ACCIDENT xlothes Thrown in River Floated of to The Spot Wherea Body Lies and Sank I FordGvIIle Ky March 3 1910 On Sunday evening February 20 at 1 oclock one of the tnost serious nc Wont over known In this vicinit- eoonrred on Rough river I1t lItes Palls four miles west of here Jess Autry hfs wife slater and lIt We brother were out boat riding just below the ford at Mites Falls They lad only gone II short distance when a iho boat truck a snag In the middle Gf the rIver end upset and all were thrown Into the water lU8 wire ttister Mel and brother Wilson wercc crowned and Jreseln trying to rescue loom barely saved his life The who- leommutlty was starUed lIy the newsl wad the people near lIy and from adjoining counties gathered at once and a search was made for their bodies to tile olowlng Thursday nt 1 p m they dltcovered his etater The Erorch continued and on the next dllI at the same hour the body of the toIo troy wee found The two weret picked tip by grabhooks within yards of the place where they were thrown Into the water and near rid tier They were carried to their lathers John Autrys Iellr by and en Saturda February 26th laid toI rest In the Cummings cemetery In the presence of many frIends Before they returned home the body of his wife was discovered Hopes were almost glen up whet tOmo one suggested that n piece of- unvtI hld underwear he pitched In to the river would prohubly float 1- 1ter body and sink This Rlmilio 1 SestoR wis trltrl and PIVVed suc- eaeful The clothes were pitcher Into the river at the place whet the was thrown out of the boat and the men on the hank followed then until they went about onehalf mile vben they suddenly stopped and were tIiought to be only hung on a Iinlh Tile removed the limb and pitcher tho clothes Into the creek about 30 feet above urd they floated back to- tllO same spot and sank The men In the fidfts carne at once n sear was tide there and the body was found lodged In the fork of a tree i hIeo perhaps ale would never hay ileen OItnd hd It not been for this plttn She was carried to her hom told on February 23 the remaIns was placed ht the Ileasuht Grove cpme- tery JOIN AUTRY W1tn stw It RECTON SPUJUUE- R1RAXn SPUmUEH Subject to ctiticlsm This Incident mss heretofore heel nlsprhnted therefore give above nature as witnesses T E IIUTLEIt Bewaro of Ointment for Ca tarrh that Contain Mercury 80 mercury wlll surely destmy the rentaa of smell and completely de range the whole systuml shun enter dtrg it through the nmll0118 surfacer such ar elate ttleuld never lIo used ox- Xl Ull IIJI9CrlPtloms from rUluttlhl- o1Ih0IRI1t tR the datnagu they will do Is rots Told no the gucnl yolt oat Ob1Jlhl deaivu frtin UWIII 11al1- 8Qtanll Cure tnonufaeturett hy P 1 CiltMley Cu blab 0 oatJaln2 no mercury and is tllrou faternullyt- buhIj llhettll upon llbe blood att- nnttot eurt80ett of the IIlIIteell In- i1UiIC Halls r11h UTe be iAln- tyell pelt Ute geunine It IS token to- ternstily luul trade In lbletk Ohio by- F J Ohttnoy Co 1tAlllunlullrrt Sold IIr Druggltrts ltioe ilju 1- 1Kttlc JUke leans hainily pUis for con tJt1111 on How Would you Like to Return to Those Good old Days How would you Illru to rtlI11t1 to- cite Good Old Diys afore Uw OrlI cad lector was turned loose upon nu unprotected lIubllc- Th ore 1 rorplo knl w lint they had conoothJ within tlilfr anl1tomllS that dreadful and worthless piece of ins 11J1JCly lhawu as tlut vermiform nIl pewlix7 When every doc or lead his saddlebags with hlut and no mtattbr what Ute trouble was he gave you calomel and quinine amid It alwQS cured rout Before we were notified on every iutnd that couutdesa thousands of deathdulling microbes lurked lit ew- erytdng from loves first honeyed kiss ot n skillet or fried onJOOliT Before It booatfte stylish to sleet away tlll long winter ntiluts on ahead thin mattress between tswo cold lehoartrasWliwc eggS wens so ohooll Umt your wife dkdnC hoard them up raid ruull Thom off to market withIJut lrovlno oven enough tor an ocoasfonal eggnog When boys wore red 4opped brass r Cod boots and girls dr xd Jn gikahtI- dil A sei and arore their hair v1adOOd down thou backS without t suggos Lane of s1pt curls itu5 and pyscht know When everybody lred toIle same kin colognoV to a rweddlng reIsOIddbawl when In nil probabUllty tthe very same day you rant thotdolaraafdlpune bowl you wore forced to drink buttermilk out of a stoma chum coffee U11a When there were no tclephAncs byE which your wife could ordor a lot o- Canah tllrat wo did not needanil eQuida notify you to come home Jloforo Ouor had mnrcely struck the club or theF corner grocery When a girl could make up her bodfl aril sweeV hor room whthouJ lJav1ng gall doftned case of nervous 11ro3tI tmtdonWdten a boy could split a little of kindling and ClJvy In two buckets ofh withtuvt having a pain in IlLS ridep or Ito htndaehe When moWer could get six chll- iron off Jn tunic for school do all the houchold work UAke a lot ofe good tMugs to several sick nulghbort anti not have to be g nt a1Jllually- to her II0SIIta1 for repalrsCo When motJhcrs looked of er thodrtl babies Instead of ho pet dog When men Bottled there ttfflcul lice lIy npinxling to their nelgIJlbors- or with bare Nsts lnr ead of wlti- Wlcchetars and in the ConJl roomsJ Whet a man could dales a lUle wino for bile atomtclls nuke rwithoul going home drunk and boating up his wife and terrollzing the children gonerallyc1lien you dIdnt have to sell a good horse tO buy your ntife a mtt end to buy her a coat suit WholJ u womans evening dross cam tis high up as It did low dowse When II lxry nit Christmas time wosS- 1t1Fofllod with a 1ackagc of flue crack ors and three hog bladders mId at girl WM dellghtetl with n china do1lt acrd A candy sheep Before kids earned to wntte a lot ter to Saute Claus asking for wn on guns itlools dolls shall buggies loll beds trains automobiles candy oraJngas bananas nuts woonll1 apparel of every dOlcrllltlon and a rortI and live pony Vhien wo used candles and tallow lip and didnt have to troy trJbutie toI the Stncdard 011 Co WJuan bays sllQke of their parents ti futhnr and mutiiar instead of- tlro old lady and the governor When children were taugbC to Obey Gre1r parents ra tier than lXlIe11ts trade to obey the child When shoes wens fitted to the teal anti not feet flitted to rooms Wizen everybody worked lneludlny rather When womans shine heels were rail ly whore they ought to be and not 3uck in tile shoe alt as angle oil 1- Ilegl ex How would you like to return to the Good Old Days whet folks went to church to take part In Rho For Ice antI not to see how ninny prot- y fixings they could put on and sire whut other folks wore When folks wont home from chu1ch tad dISCUUId thin good poInts In tha- vermon rather than cults the Utttni- sor for not bolm moist ordwtalning tad for drenching 111040 titan thirty nInutesEx Tho Lash of a Flond would have been ahrut na welcome 10 A Cool rof Osw3gro N Y os n- mercll9 JungraekIng ooueh that doted nil ronlediee for yours It waS Moat tloublelrome at night lie wrtltef nothing holpod me till I used Dr Kings Xcw Dlsaovnly whlelt cultxl- lie eouiplttoly I novoe tough ati- kgimtI now Millions know itsntatch- ox1 merit for ntuhborll colds obit aLto coughs sore lungs lagnipeasthu- lhheillOlTlalgoeroup whoop tg cough or iutytlver It rleleves quickly altd novel tats to trar4sfy A trial cone lucee 50c 100 TJlIal bottle free Its positively tUa1ajitooll by nil drug gW In- To Keep Olives When n large botttle of ollvos has boon opened and only part of the conI eJJJts used the teinaimhrg onus became conllratnttvely tasteless in a short time even though halt In the ndne Pour on Inch qr two of olive oill on rbe toil keep tllC bottle well corked hold tIle ohIvs will trtaln their savor indeflnItely791o New Idea Womans Magazine for April Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement with lie publishers of the Inland Farmer of Louisville whereby we are enabled to furnish The Ilarlford Itepubilcan- nda that paper one year for lGO- Tho Inland Farmer Is a weekly Journal and one of the best team tapers llUbllshcd In the United States Our waders should take advantage of this otter tf- r CURIOUS EASTER CUSTOM IN ITALY Ii Each Year theFaschal Candle is Lighted With Fire Ft Holy Stones The blwEdng or Itho holy Mfrs Is important ctoernoay In the groat mass In Florence Frown it Is d the paschal Cndleburnw at mnsaes from Iirrter to WittlunIlIde rite of lighting the candle In has boon wltnt cid and iron the populace of Florenceand the country and moubt round abOut for wrndthing like a years Tlho story guo that Pazze dcltzz an anclunt and noble Florentine was tim hint cruwd1r t the ChrJsan banner on blloI walla of Jeruaiicntt and hint na n ward Godfrey de Bouillon gave hIm I place of living atone that had touch I the holy sepulchre These tollS Oil bLv return Pazzi represented to I the Slgnorln of Florence who helm them in a glided urn And deposl 1 them 4n I church say itho Sew Idea Woomns tngllzllno toe April But the church tong ago twos d i oy ed and the mly stonc1 niep namov eel to the Churehof the Basil I For centurion UJCSo holy stones have beets used for btniking IQ light for the Easter fire They are kopt In n UJtle bag or gold brtacede eJ In n golden ctsltdt hovered wlhl silk During the stately oorlce are brought forth on a silver dish and Gee celebrant sitrikag etc of then with a steel ignites a tiece of Under and in this way Is din rradchal lndlo lighted After this ceremony the procession htadcd by pries a balm the wcrro light to eathedhul Letters From CityBred Farmers w v WaUoT formerly do the groin commllon hUslncsu in Otnalm Ne- blTtskh writes I like thus country and think 1 have one of the finest farms in Montana Dont want to soil expect to live here the rust of my life 1 Mina the create and never saw tMn grow us troy do here when irregatud NotwltJhetnndi1g that I lIdl1rt get any ditches In proper snaps my grosa roturns rom a 37 12 acid farm was 80950 I ubO rammed onOltlh1 40xrcre tract for my motherInlaw largely by my own labor and cropped S64 north My oats yielded GO bushels per nere from six acres iu mulct I sold 300 worth of seed Mr J H Pall ltiOtI formes ly a candy maker In Omaha with the labor Of his son twelve yams old culUylted 30 acre and sold producfl valued alt 1583 Mr J HVancfurBaan formerly a- furaltun3 maker from Grand ffthI48- Michfptan with the osslstanco of A grown son aniplc4i 23 acme and received 89960 for hIs pfofhleta Mr V nderFhittn had a total onplW of 1000 tb start with Ho has built himself a comocable home a good uut- bk and a tmtrbcofar Mr A OooriJoauef wife tt iunorhy- wlork 1 In a sme1tC1 in Atyaconda Montana wrlt that bo would ne sell his land for 10Q per nero It will coot Mm 34 deer acre wth tsar years to apply for It Ho hired labor for forty days From 32 12 acres he took clbiks worth 949 the first year tram sodandIharvested Jn 1909 hIe crap 28 12 acres From five acres in sugar beets ho sold lmoge poultry and P1O duce 62276 worth Total reeetpts 6157575 Ho operated title farm wLthou t enllllo1Ing outsIde labor hS two boys eleven and twelve yearn of age otItlsting him Walter E Ban IettformeTI Cmm- Ulnois located on nn 80 nee farm on the Shoshone prbjeot IDi nUTthern- tVyoming Maroh 1 1909 From 12- acres of oats he croped 1250 Ibusheis whiCh brought 135 per cwt on the tarn five acres In lJOtatoes yielded 42000 opunds which void at 110 leer cwt the balance of the land Qa In tifalta and lu1JJiMcd excellent gras uro this fall Mr Philip Believe gave up fallor- nr In Denve and movie rto Palls Ides Colorado dal 1900 where ho purchased GO acres of raw land for 495 ill of which he borrowed In 1901 he- M out 16 acres In proCh treas For four yeats in the summer hu worked rut for his neighbors tb earn enough to live on while was orchard Was In rowing In the whiter he wennt back to Denver tp engage In his trade In 1909 lle sold seven acres of his or hard for 10000 He values the no- naining nine acres nt 22600 lie tom troated n residence costdng 6000 From five acres of blaring orchard he hamescd this ycla a crop worth 63000 Starting with a capital of ncte rily only 25 Ill cash and borrowed noney to the amount of 495 Mr achieve has accumulated 1 1011011 In 9 years worth not less than 20000 IDont Bo kDnI Severe strains on tho vital organs like uttains on mnchilncTYCnUSd breakdowns You cant ovortax stomach lIer kIdneys bowels or nervos with out serious danger to yourself If you are weak or run down or udder I sxaln of any kind tnlGo Electric Biters the mahchkss tonic medicine Sirs J E van do San e ol Kirkland 1ll writes That I did not bneak- I Town Wlillte endowing a most uw re- strainI lOT three montis is due V1101Il- y to Electric Bitters U110 them end enjoy health and srtongth Sat tsfnctlQJJ guaroutAcd GO cents at aU druggists m For Rheumatic Pains As we get older the blood becomes sluggish the mus cles and joints stiffen and aches and pains take liold easier Stoaus Liniment quickens the blood timbers up the muscles and joints and stops any pain or ache with astonishing promptness Proof that it is Best for Rheumatism Mrs DANIEL H Dlxitt of Manns Choice RFD NO1 Pa writes jointsItAlso for Stiff JointsSMr MwroN WUEEIER ioo Morris Ave Birmingham Ala writes I am glad to say that Sloans Unirjient has done me more good for stiff joints than anythIng I have evertrled Sloans Linimentis the qickest and best remedy for Rheuma tism Sciatica Toothache Sprains Bruises and Insect Stings Price 2 c GOe and 100 at p111 Dcalers- Send for Slollnl Free Jlook on horses Address DR EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASS BULBSBUCU BULBS SUCCEEDI SPECIAL OFFERf Msde te bafld New Dlaw A trklwlll makey0a a permanent usatldacUOn oc your t1r1MSouvenirt fool fIN u rtes b IIJO une kW wIIIh4 ra = b A rduhw rimy 04 =ar=awlu- Nand rrkrI4 Mea- UUABAfaTEED TS PLEASE Wrltt1tod Meafo this paper END Zb CENTSW Ma psUt awla 1 MIuOI nNw- r 6IbWyvtk n 1ni-MN ttoII54 b h ew- naa t5O DJIe1 LwIL ID CloonUon of tiledtUti 1 91 h- aiMrArwpI9y 1 t5 151a5U1w hu twwelbr LH W Buckhte A Reliable Remedy FO- RCATARRN Elys Cream Balm la quickl absorbed Gives Relief al Once It cleanses soothes heals and protects UC8 JltlCDU erl- locxr0ED nr the disease macro braue resulting from Catarrh and drives away nCold in thelfead quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size GO cts at Druggists or mall Liquid Cream Balm for use in atomizers 76 eIs Ely Brothers GG Warren Street New York I Silver of Quality I Best In the World Shoes I 200 md Relyonyourownjudgment patlerq b u t re member dutabnlty- Is the most impor taut feature I ROGERS TRIPLE the name clamped the back of spoons forks end fancy iening pieces to sliver plate uf proven quality Silver Plate that Weary Wide latitude forchotce- tl offered lu the many exquisite designs by leading lSOtdfor everywhere Catalogue designs showing en I I Fast Cr Eyelets Used I Is on I1111 UerldenlrilzidaCaI arley Cm wuLa 300350 DOUGLAS 400 I X500- SHOES UNIONMADE Boys 250 1847 BROS w L Douglas shoes are the lowest considered in the world fndlongother makes If you high prices for your IhocI the next time you need a pair give V L Douglas shoes a trial You can savmoney on your footwear and get shoes that are just nI- I In every way nl those that ave- Illeen costing you higher prices you could visit our large factories Mass and see for yourself how carefully 1V L Douglas shoes ore madeyou would then understand why they hold their shape fit better and wear longer than other manes tltirI1Q1 W i ronghu name and price Is tamped on the honnm to Plot I the wrr nsaimt- htaa prices ant minor ihos Ink Nu Nebl twte noUot 11 III our vlclnlr wntorsiltOderCadalogWLllougtt- rhrocaonlau n SALE ny- CAR30Pi COMPANY IzcenraUtT- EUHartford Kentucky S EDSFresh Rlllible Pure aad11Iaaienhould I Northern Grown Seids SPECIAL FFER FOR 10 CENTS IIwe will send postpaId our FAMOUS COLLECTION atSODsITt toI I No 11I104 100 a pig el0awtgClry ta pkgrrl7Arrw 4Cabbp I-NIt Lks 10- Li 15Tukauaskrwrsd a Uwst1todyl SadJ ant t bye p s- aanndd packing nd sbot rmos Cultcaa to thr oar aw ad Iun nudn said GREAT NORTHERN rdI- UnolsElectric 13GI nole 8t BittersSucceed when everything else falls In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are tho supreme I remedy as thousands have testified 1FOR KIDNEY LIVER AND I STOMACH TROUBLE s014II AIb ass WrrWCSL- Rdaaxsv nJ CE8KIT BARtlETT SMITHIj ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD Kt- 1ltt practice their profession In aU the courts of Ohio and adjoining coup des and Court of Appeals Special attention given to all business entrueted to their care Collections and the Pnic tlee of Criminal and heal Estate Law SpoclalUes Office In Republican build log FRANK L FEL- IXAttorneyatLaw HARTFORD KY wm practice hie profession In Ohio end adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Col leetlon a Specialty Office In the Her aid buildinG YAN CY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY wm practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also No t81 Public Office over First National flank JOU D WILSON CUAS M CROWS WILSON CROWS + LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will praolio their profession In an the courts of Ohio and adjoining coup ties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal Practice and to collections OUoo on Main St opposite Court House sad promptly obtmd 1A- aU TRADEMArK8 Wobnln PATENTS THAT PAY advertise them UIoroualllr a our spent aad5elp you to aamre- eodmodel photoorsketch for FREE report on patntablllty 20 years practice sun PASSING RtrtRtNCt8 Fortre Guld hook on Profttable laments write to aWASHINGTON KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS b WITH Dr Kings New DiscoveryV FOR o OLS trial SoWe Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATIBFAOTOeOR MONEY PROCURED AND tletldmode4 DEFENDfD drawlnt re free report lreo ed rl how to obtn patents trede marka- uopyrghtaeto IN ALL COUNTRIES Easiness direct with lIadlltcloll rare1 time money adoftca the patio Patent and Infringement Prctlc Ertlulvely Writ or coo to w eta Math 6Ueo opp Vatted etta rstsnl Ono WASHINGTON D C is Anvnnesending a ketch anddesertolIon rqutokl ascertAin our opinion trl whether Q mmanirptlOn1sent free Oldest tenctoLecuro patents- Patents talon Co meltspeck noUu without olarge lathe Scientific RlMrlanA handsomely illustrated weekly largest clrcntaUon ot an scenttOO oumat Tonul t3 aa leoldblultlewsdeatsnZUNICo3eB McCALL PAtTERNS Ilmpllcltylnctreliablllt StsteaendCanada atsogudMCCALLSSMore subscribers than other fashlom- magsztnemmttlon s month In sluable Lateat styles patterns dressmaking hairdrnsingetiquette paUernfublcrlbeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents Postal brings catalogue Address- VIEMcCALLCOttlto21s141716stNEWTYORY at e E v a kBIBLE BILLIIS DEFEATED s Full Text of Measure That Cre 9atedFurore in the Ken tucky Senate Tho widespread iate ne4 manifest ed throughout the State over the Tfche nor bill providing for Llhe Itrocbing of the Diblo Sn the public oobools whlcreated ouch a furror In the Senate and was oily recommltJtod poetically killing It after the lmm e b kind of a fIght 18 BhoIwn by the manyCqueots reeeivedhero for copies Of the nmasure The full text of the Tlchenor Bible bill is as follows An act to provide for the stud of the Bible ns n Uterary work In th public schools of dais Oommonrwoolth Be it nOttoo by the Genoml A9s- OO1bly of Kentucky That every school supportkd as a whole old n part from mho p1lbllc funds npproprlaJcd for school IPUr poses In this Commonwealth sin Introduce the Bible In lfuelr ICUrldcu lum os n tegular textbook tto ti- taugbtt 0 La daily reottuban us fo lows 1 The Lords prayer and Ton Com y mandments In tho first and scand grades 2 The New Timent shall betaken up In its regular order aud- faught trot leas than thirty mlnuta3 each school day In the third touth rUth sIxth and sevcnbh gradds 3 The Old Ilestlmont shall be taught not ltss than thirty mhmtes each day In the Jigbth grllc antI the first secartd third n1ld toUrl yrom Of the high school 4 King Jams Transtation of t11e BIble shall be used and no caltecbhml or other formula or rellgfous belief shall be taught or inculcated nor shell MY tkxt book be used which refleats on any roligloUR denonma s Lion 5 In one year after the pa59age of this act all tarchets aplydng Cor 1certdflcatcs to troch m the public schools of this State tfthll be ro- qu4red to pass an examination on ihe Bible 6 AnY public school teachor bhid n I OIltU11onwrol Who tails to com p1M with the provlelons of this net shall not receive as salary any fun d purpmgsr f U- conflkt with I this aot ago hel6by- roprolOdt To care LaOdppe lad Coldsgin Z4 hours take I QUICKSCold and LaGrippe I TAB List If your rultlst dots not keep them seed ZSc to J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Ivaurnle lad and get them postpaid Guaranteed The West Point Military AcademyI The function of the JUllttnry acrul- emy In our rnilitary oducational SSItern is now saId must continuo to Ue to educate a limited numbr vi military studentS tn the basic Principles of gonerttt and military science andI In lihe general functions and prlnclI pies of all branches of the cut war os n body of officers special Y qualified for subsequent duvelopmer In the service and In Us vpcclal schools for field staff and goneml command It gives its g uaou- nfquo n advantage oycr those of- CoroIgn apiary tthools In that they pOOx1iG a wide and fWrly fnhlma- kmowlodge to I both theoretical and pmc AUrol of the dutlee and technique o- all t arms of the rernriCe which fits them for perfecting theunselveg In th- epoalal a dtutes of each and tt ensure r them a broad comprehension of the war functions ot every cum whIch knowledge Ss of growing Importance i with ovary increase In tank and roe spotISiAbLlty Any orfkur lis a bd- apeefallEt ciao aleb In h1s own brioitch who has this extensioo grounding In the principles find dutlJca of overy brnneh of the gar vice wdullo the ad mln1stmttve and exeCUt1vo power which such an exporlanoe gives to any army or CWP3c6mmlUldoElI canaclt be oVC1Cftfmatect lk5ldro and above U1 merits there rlscs the n- mablo esbld ndvOJ1tnge Ito tthn tunny nation of n tchoolww13 tmdtiBor cis and system conservo high ideas o- intxgrdty f of duty of d sdlpihe o- nesponstbllLty t of PrlotL n ant whtch 4 onaertves n civic and mfdLJar y hrtnndatdthe llIsUrJUtWn has cast and thego aTe the fruit of atplont endtavor of along uxperiienco of agreJlt ttndhtdon To prooot and nOourtdi f1ii1d1lE6 it c- ds ncaaatry flub west Point Asa ll c- maJnWn Us Inuvlduatioty and acrda It mle cbucctel and that St hall naver 4If be oonfuded with or subord1nait L to the Wclal servUe schools The UUnri Academy wu gttxtt trait nal u slttwt4on sntlkary dw its gemsla rite nitlibds ft3 tdec9ibut Jf If9nn tiwt1on or led ling not a tll notrG r Do farmers eat the proper sort of food amucblargeron the table than he did ten years ago becauseheHe should however use great care is selecting for the best results is and strength citytorecentdemonstrationsthe Quaker Oats fed man is the man with greatest physical endurance and greatest vigor Farmers should give this subject careful thought and should increase bythemselvesfarmhands Packed In regulartlize lOc packages and In hermetically sealed tins for hot y7 anyto mUltnory nctrlbutcs would be to de- grldo It and pamlzo its hlgheS- ifUlIctonaCoI Charles W Larne In the Ikrcembtn NaUonnl 1Ugaz1IW A Man ofIronNerve Indomitable wlll and tromenOOus er itetgy are never found where StDmach Liver Kidneys and Bowels Me out of order It you want tba90 qualDde 1and the ettccas the bring aria Dr- KIDfgs Now Life Pills cite martoh io regulators for keen brain and acrerag body 25e nt all drugg13ta m 6 OLD FASHIONED SPELLING BEESs North Dakota Plans to Get Chil dreg Into the County Contests North D1kodll la gollig to learn to spell if the Plans worked out by the educators of the stalls for o re- vIval of interest In correct sl dUin works out- Arrangcments have been oomp1cte- daccordhg to rUlO Bodron Herald tor a series of oldfashioned tpelllng to bo inaugurated in taro dlstrt of schools all over the auto under au plcles of tiLe DtplJltmem of E ucaUon and ft Is PrQpbsed to tiro new department tar some yuard to come if sutflsiewt interest ron be maintained Just whah ntt1JOson will be used with this sad in tr have not fully mrvtured lout aho pro motelS for the schema beUetito twn3 will be found ot making the apclllnog matches IS popular as they weta In many secthns of tiro country half a century ago befotu he epxtDl- nrotorms of various btunds limb out The county sup lntlCllcJolg t nearly every county jo the elute aroe already mapJng out the proUmlnalj- machffi In their mespocUvo coon rtes There will take rtbe form of county oontesis Uotwcen 16proSCJIfu fives of the different Whools to beheld nu soon as the different schools shall have had an opportunity tthroug spelling boca to enthuse thJ boys and girls and Ito pick on the best ofspellers Official llirJs or wards wUl be sent out in order that all contestants may have an equal cbhnce- Buslnces men profs pirndal akin nntI farmers will be asked o otter pnlzC Cor the first tleoontl and third bast county spellers The county champlons will part clpaGi la a fInal Gnte Chain ptanship contest when prizes aggregating Jt leSt 100 will be offeoroo Any pupIls of talo eighth and lower gtudes will be eligible in t3te pre limInary coaNASts How to Take Care Your Watch A watch needn care There is a 11Ight and wrong way to wind a runic h says tlm Now Idea Womnnts llgaz- ine for March Whether U bo by key or stony tt witch should be wound In the morning Turn slowly and atrold aU jerky movements When a watch Is wound at night It has only tho wrokeneds- pr1Dg to otter as rE6htnl1ce to she jerks and jolts of the daytime The morning winding Jesters the danger ot breaking the mainspring wblch being no longer at full wnsronr at night can shad the cold Ilxler A watch should never be SlUBpend ed or laid against tI cold surface Sudden change in the temperature Is the cauar of most maInsprings brook ug The watch pocket should he cleaned iroqucmUyfor there was never inning made Ugh enough to keep out all rho tEven witOt IIlr great ogre II watch should be cleaned 4y year At9 the on drecometl dry mixes with metallic dUSt and gtUndS away on tho works like ryDont lay your watch doUl one night and hang tt up the TJtOxt Keep hi idle same posslUan os nearly lIS- pomIble A waitCh ticks 388800 tImes la one day from this you cnn compute the gigantIc task It tvrliosms luayearS f r 4iGIRLSTAUGHT GAROENIN- Farm Near Ambler Pa Read as School of Horti culture EquIpped with rake and trowel another neCessary implements with which to till the roll wornankin Interested In gardenIng are told now that all roads lead to Ambler jut beyond which Isa future Axlamle3S Eden That the handicraft of glrden lag ls as necttiSary slow to the upU date woman ns the latest rules of bridge and the right to vote twas declared by the Organization ommL- tte of the Pennsylvania Schools of Horticulture for Women at Its open lag meeting at the College Club ThIs conunltlEc composed of women Elam allover the state has for oors boon agitating the question of os tabUshlng a school of this nlllro and are now ready to reeeitro pupils The school lssltuated about I1gh teen miles from Phlladclthla on the old Meeting House rbadJud twO mils fls from the Ambler Station UN1J n twontacre farm ncCll by rail s and trolley from Allentown I1ph1 e hum and other Eastern PonnSylvaul towns Is just waiting for a lot of- hittaiw am Aunteresseahlglt rohool gmd- Ultes prefurred1o come and letlrtl the pos IIbltUes of hottloultute The school grounds have alreacty CUI airpl0 orchard and a vlneynrd The tl student ill have the opportuplty of tSiBting In the extension of Utos- as well ntt the laying out of the ear1 OUS vegLtablo und flower gardens an- greenhousce d as planned for theI school The course will take two ytttrsalso with an aggregate vacation of eight weeks coming of courre at foultnIWe seasons spring und summer be ling barred as n hoLd y iason 113 cause there months are mcet tin lortantn horticulture npomtinns gThe course agreed upon by th committee inclutks the followog HorUculturo ate and taro of unol taro of lawns antI thrublKry cdrMac I and elimination of iuscca ptsis bot any with practical experltnonta f themuc agricultural bookkcepbtg Md a bUHI nna carreapwndeuco garden call1enItry antI grIinholS per mservhrg of fruits antI vegetables bee keell g poultry raising chimer aof surveying and garden dtiotgn smtotor proc tca1 wnrk In lire ordinary car of harts and cow All this aril minor bzaaclrescard lodging a ancuualteat 11ltftumnlnaIon of her trul period ntsxaa will be rotundrd It Saved His Leg All thought Ill lose my leg J A SwOnron of Watertown WisfTerri years of eczema tb1It 15 cw- nJ could not cure had at last laidr me up Then Ducklens Arnica SahC cured n SOUnd and wall InCnl1jlJt for Skin ErupClotts Ikzenta Saltu Rheum Delis Favor Sores Dura I Scalds Cuts and Piles 25c ut a 1and DruggUtl rat sTheContrary to the usual Westernalint sold Sarah Kumar Ghosh the Indian authorIndlan women are highly tsitccmfitl by thdir husban- ocon dsrho than their Wwlorn sl3tos Tho Indian Is taught veneraUsxi for wuma on from his earliest boyhood An y- unkindnota to n wlCe is supposed to be swiftly foUowed by rulefortune andS a mans prootn arc of no tatfect unless his wire Joins If1 them with all sincerity At n coronation she presence of a soverlgns wife is of the utmovt importance Should rite bo unable to alopar n statue of hur I must ho pdtced nt hre husxitnds aide Otherwise the ceremony is not lug The anndard ot tnorallty the lac IndlnIJ s true Is legally allowed fo tAke a roc mIrnagye to hear ol an Indian availing himself of title privilege When the ptdneena ot WhakYs vtsl- tOO India she WU raoSarded Ith the greatest veneration not merely ford her chant of manner or the tact thet ono lr she would bo empresef of In din but for the fart that ho had flue sons DtxrWt was not fwret on arty wid- env the lecturer assorted They were tie to chow for themselves If they did not tool called upon to make the tycrlflco of suttee they veto sleet a nt liberty to refuse However should they tIeiJro to sacrifice thonirotvos the act Urbught them n crown of martyrdom earning for thorn selves tIle title of Drn1 It was an error to think they wire burnt alive A cUll of poison WitS drunk and cremation followed Finally 3r Ghosh related that trodfcWon calling dlrrvn disaster on d man Irased harntlcssly organ a womtus her mortal aruding Using rho higher of the twro The great dtl mood Gf India rho Kohinuul curl ell with a curie to the efittct Uuuc hl wearer would rule over Indll but rile a sudden draUs A woman might wear the jewel safely The late Queen Vlctorla had It placed In the royal crown hut now said rho lecture It adorns rho one mllde for Quegt Alexandra by ordN of the king to whOl- l the prophtcy WI1 sent tram Iadta London Chronicle Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps clean your kid gloves and muffs AU work guaranteed Prices reason Hartford Pressing Club Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA INothing to do With it Dunucrutfespopens coming cut fairly and bntarte ly for luT1t1 That li what wI1lnIthty ohautt torn Turlff for nv raevl3oftonTJle have held that TMICC 10- vJS1oll would ntf be so In fact un lett it tcutdeil tuWlllct u1t1mlt4J Froe Track TVtat is all thorn l3 ill the of the Demtxrrttc tiouentlsa Tariff revision stagsethe highn1stuffsyu of the Tar schedules last fllrJrug Uttntght about a rzduction In the met dwrfos- ut from 1 12 to 1 curt a pound 01- 1d3rtllin prafucis The Tnliff sohodulOd were reduced 4n many rt srpccta last slring but prices have gone up This applies to Bibles as well as to- meI3 and It Is shown that du uroith- er case is thv l1a11f to ho charged with the lncnasi Thong any he shortage tit iced nJmuls but there s no shortage In Inks rower Wrpras presses Lt Is found that the present Tariff on tiro materials that kro tn 110 printing sari Uitding of Bibles re lower than they have been since 1883 yet ono Bible publishing firer increaserprice of Bibles 20 percentum IIIgh prices have become a habit Sn most clSG wittaut any warrant In fact The TarIff hay sroh- Ing to do with the stuatonTlrelltOll Gasutte Stops the Cough heals the Loads IQUICKS COUGH MEDICINE f not better then any other mosey back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO BVANSVIt18 IND I WHAT IS WRONG iis fi With our It = Public Schools = fip By JOSEPH M ROGERS = A series of articles creating widespread comment from the = tfi press and educators of America Now running in etfitfi bit = Special Rates Given to Teachers = = ADDRESS = rLiPpincotrs Magazine Philadelphia = f WW WWW iWWWWWW WWW Not Sisters pauingYou are to learn that they are mother and daughter end you realize that beroThe general health of women is so iQ timately associated with the local health of the essentially feminine organs that there can be no red cheeks and round form where there Is female weakness Women who have suffered from this trouble hero found prompt reUefaad cure is the use of Dr Pieroos Favorite Prescription It tins vigor and vitality to the organs of womanhood It clears the complexion brightens tho eyes and redden the cheeks PrescriptiooAnyis held as sacredly confidential end answered 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325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 130 TILE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Good PositionsDraughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges OOOOOO conditionsBOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND acceptinghis IIvmce75 per cent of the United States Court Report ers write the system of Shorthand Drausrbon teaches because they know itis THE BEST FOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President DRJUGHOliS PRRCTICRL SOSlliESS COLLEGE taooarourao EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRiNGP1ELD MEMPHIS Y T era a- tt I PUTS TREASURY IN GOOD SHAPE Legislation Enacted By Kentucky General Assern lyt CLOSING DAYS ARE STRENUOUS Pruning Hook Applied to a Number of Appropriation Bills and Others SlaughteredGovernor Willson Is sues Interesting Labor Day Proc lamationHundred Bills In the Chief Executives Hands BY JOHN H STUART Frankfort KySpeclalAfter be ing twice defeated In the senate the bill providing for an Issue of bonds by the state to the extent or 500000 passed that body by a vote or 27 to 7 Whether the bill will pass the house or not Is another question but the impression exists that at the last minute the measure will be adopted by tho house In order to keep lawn any chnncu or the extra session which was threatened by Governor Willson The interest beadng warrant bill has already become a law and this with the reapportionment or the state tax funds will put the state treasury In good shape hy this fall Ir the bonds arc authorized Thu closing days of a legislative session nn always most strenuoas- espurdally to the few men on thu rules committees or each body and to the clerks The rules commltetes have omphto control or all legislation lur lug the last 10 or 15 days and no bill can hc called up without their permts anon As n consequence the members lit theso tonllnIUts are besieged and buttonholcrl front mondng till night by members who urge them to bring up their pet hills It Is mighty nice frcn one standpoint to bo on the ales outnnit e that Is yon have the power to caul up your own bill hut It la a moat OUtJrOilli task to listen to the Ileadlu s or the others for 10 days and the hest part of 10 nights The serrate nuulltee treated every trenstur justly last week llll allowed cacti onE to rill ap ono hill and have It voted on As it consequence all the senators ore Ia a much better humor than they were several weeks ago- vhen they were nt daggers pohtta al most over the county unit bill To governor vetoed n bill last wool and the legislature passed It over bl8 veto It WaH the bill of lteJlresc- ntlto Klnlr providing for the record lug or names of nil those who pool their farm products and further that both the seller and buyer or a pooled crop unless sold by authority or the pool officers shall bo tined The governor In his veto said he had no ob jtocUon to farmers recordIng the fact that they hind pooled their crops but he thought It unfair to an In croplccnpooled one l1y going to the county clerks ounce The vote to pass the bin over the veto was not a party one lIy any means us a number of Republicans voted with the majority to overrldo the governor o e The way appropriation bills have been slaughtered this session makes the old timers almost weep The cone dltlon of the treasury was such that the governor openly announced In his t rgeece to the legislature that he Jr j tr L tjyA S If Highest Scientific Authority Has demonstrated that of two loaves of bread one raise wIth Royal BakIng Powders and the other wIth alum bak- Ing powder tho Royal ialsod loaf Is 32 pOP cont more dlgestlblo than the other Avoid Alum WOU1Q veto all appropriations urnebb some moneyy was provided with which to pay them With this staring them In the race all amounts asked for have been cut The 147000 asked for by the school or reform was cut almost half In two The amounts asked for by the State university and the normal schools were scaled down to the lowest notch possible and came near losing out altogether The bill to appropriate 150000 for buildings for a medical school at the State unl- verslt and 46000 a year to maintain It ryas amended to cut each amount down to 25000 and then the bill was defeated The State fair asked for OOOOO for more buildings and 1m- proements and the house had hard work to pass a bill givIng It a measly 38000 and the senate may not pass that much There was ono bill however that escaped the pruning hook and justly so That was the bill asking for an appropriation of 10000 a year to help maIntain the home for Incurables es tablished In Louisville by tho Kings Daughters tram all parts or the state Kentuckyy already makes provision for caring for Its Insane and Its feeble minded but has never made any proS helplessIncurable diseases or are Incurable cripples The Kings Daughters start ed this charity and soon found that It was Impossible for them with the limited mean they could raIse to care for the scores or worthy Incur ables so they appealed to tae state for aid and so well dId they present their case through Mrs Homer Stueky of Louisville that the bill ap proprialing the 10000 a year was passed by both house and senate by a practically unnnlmous vote a Governor Wltison Is much interest ed in preserving lentucles forests and In having more trees planted for future generations so the following proclamation Issued by him for Arbor day will bo read with much Interest To the People or Kentucky It takes a long long time during the lives of several people tor a tree to grow great It takes only a little while to kill It We have wasted hun Ilreds of millions of trees that It took moro than ono hundred years to grow We are using millions of trees every year now and putting nothing In their place Wo ought to plant more trees than wo use every year We have millions or acres or lands that wall not grow anything else but trees and and we could cover them all with trees 1Ve have bare places along the roads and In the streets and In the yards and on the farms everywhero that will not he used for buildings or crops or anything else where trees cuulll Ill planted that would make those who come after us rich and would make tho taco of the earth beautiful for us Let us all get together and all plant trees and all ask everybody else to plant trees and let us have a spe clnl meeting on the 8th day or April 1910 In every schoolhouse and other ovorIe more every place more beautiful how to plant the waste places with trees that wilt bring health by and by how to save somethIng for the people fifty years from now who wont have any wood it wo do not do something about It how to put some of our prdyers for blessings to come to people hereafter In living shape by starting trees that prayersLetand for nil whom we love Let us plant trees for the future and for this year and next year and every year Let us plant trees for profit tdr glad ness for beauty for conservation for storage or the rainwater for houses and furniture for evorything we use food for for our own sake for our childrens sake for our grandchll ROYAL Baking Powder renders the food more- digestible rlan- dwholesome AKIN61 foWDWk AbsoluteY4WJPure I I wrens sake and for humanitys sake AUGUSTUS E WILLSON Governor of Kentucky The members of the Retail Grocers association are jubilant over the pas sago in the house of their bill to amend the exemption laws or the state The bill provides that where any person earns 50 a month or less 10 per cent of the amount shall be subject to attachment and all over 50 a month shall also be subject to garnishment The retail grocers claim I that the present exemption laws work greatly to their Injury and that un less a debtor chooses to pay them they have no recourse They say they they want the law fixed so that Ir a a person Is earning 50 a month he shall at least be required to pay us much as 5 a month on his bill The bill passed the house by a large ma Jority For the first forty days of the pres ent session It looked very much like the fight for and against the county unit bllJ would block all other leglsla tlon to such an extent that sot over fifty bills would be passed but after the county unit measure was put to sleep finally the wheels bEgan to move and bills were ground out at a most amazing rate The senate passed 26 bills In one day and nearly that many on a number of other days The house did not pass that mny be cause It takes so much longerto call the roll In that body but that body wasted no time and held afternoon and night sessions to catch up As a result when the legislature adjourned the night of March 15 they lqt over 100 bills In the hands of the governor and lie has 10 days In whIch to ap provo or disapprove them The clos lag days are very strenuous for the clerks and they have to work all nIght and day In order to keep the journal up The enrolling clerks find It Impossible to enroll all the bills and have to employ a halt dozen or more assistants to help out Frank M Andrews the architect who desIgned the splendid new cap Itol that Is so much admlrlll by all who visit It was here lest week and addressed the legislature on tile sub ject of making sulllclent approprla- tions to complete the buildIng and beautify the grounds according to the origInal plans lie said the building should be considered as a monument to art and to the patriotism of Ken tuckians and every Kentuckian should feel proud that his stale has the most beautiful capitol building In the Unit ed States or rather will have the most beautiful ono when It Is completed lIe saId the first capitol com mission and the present one have shown that thy have understood what was wanted vlz a building ded Icated to trio arts rather than to com morclallsmor In other words if a more building with four walls and a roof to protect from the weather was wanted then there was no need for an archItect lIe told the legllliators that to cut down the amounts appro priated and thus be forced to put In Cheap and Inferior material was just like throwing money In the river He had recommended 45000 to pay for the building of proper and stately ap proaches to the front of the building The pending bill which had passed the house only allowed 20000 for tho approaches He said It would be throwing the money away to build a 20000 approach because It would have to be built or such cheap materials that the frosts and snows of a tow winters would ruin It lIe recommends that at least 300 000 bo appropriated 1Q beautify the building Inside and out and he said the money need not bo spent Cor three OJ four years so that the present woulddliappearbeCore be needed IDUND i March 14Rev Dugglw lUlled his regular apolntments SaturdaySun day and Sunday n4gbt- Miss Rollie McDowell Hartford is vfs Ling tttatvies at this place MIs3 Om M1dklf and brother 113t- Ol Floyd were the guests of fhulro- outtxe4 Mrs O1e and Dips Peeur 1- Sleventt Mr Bob And Meg Plturi Jldoon of Davidson Stntfon were the guests of their sister Mrs H O Cole Sun Id I Mils Valerie Harrron was the guest f Mies Peea1 S evan Saiusdaly tttght Sunday sfi WlUic Russet Olatoa and lfl ass Stvco spent Sunday WIoh- l1+ srs Felix and ull Brown Miss May Forman who lusts ben tckWng her hole Mr John Forman retuned home Saturday Mr J C Lawrence Who has been WJwnltllg school at Bowling Greanhas- rotuuned home Mr mad srs John Forman and U tlc wn Denaer end Mr and Mrs Car ofiivantlslr3 Ndson Cole is vls101ng rela- tiveS ot Forosv1Ue this week Mn and Mrs Logan Babbitt Fords s4lie wsyre lhe guts of Mts llib- bLtas Ul7rectS Mr and Mns Pety f this place recently Mr and lira Charlie Bolde Cola and children onllErnest1 Roy and Corlte wore due gueots pf Mr Willie Mo2eley and family Sun t MgsGeorga Down and little dlllg teM V0tlerle Zolla Stella and Matitie who have been rthe guestt3 of Mrs Browns parents Mr and Mrs J Mil Far for the pat few days ntturned home Sunday- School began at this place March 11 with Mks Birdie Nahary tcaclwr Baptist Suuday School Convention The quarterly eopyentlon of the Sunday School Union of the Oho County Baptist Association will be held with Darnetts Creek Church 2 or 3 miles north of lIedn on Tuesday after the 4th Sunday In March 2819x Every church antI school In the asso ciation Is Invited and should be repro tented Roy J D Adcock the Sec retary of our State work is expected to lIo present and you will miss II treat it you tall to hear him- Fraternally I E W FORD ChmnI W sI FAIR Secy FMANDA March 1lRov Brooks tilled his regular Jpohrment zit Ithlls place Sun day Mr Dill Rafferty is on the sick ltst thlll wok Mrs Sanders who has been sick for some time is no better Mr Frank Crawford wd111 cave In a short time for South Dakota Mr S T Park attended court this week Mr Fred Rafferty vsHed his uncle Mr Sam Rn1fcroty Who is very sick Sunday Mr N A Keown of Henderso- ns visiUng hits sister Mrs Morton Rafferty Mla Erie Lox was the guest or oils Condo 1Vlisun front Friday until Sun day Mersr Seth Davis and Crto Athos attended the ned men lodge rut Baize town Saturday nIght MethodIst Church Prayer mcctlns at 730 p m Wednesday The Epworth Lcague will meet at tile residence of Judge J S lean Saturday at 731 p m After the do- voticnal mteting tllO regular business nwetlug will be held Preaching at the Methodist church Sunday rt J1 n m and 730 p mb Rev Goodson of Ellznbcthtowl1 Conference Missionary Secretary Ho will lecture also Monday ut 730 p m all Korea Tho lecture will ho free and all are cordially invited QuicksCold and- LaOrippe Medicine i Guamnfeed to cure Colds and LaGrlppe in 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia in 30 minutes At druggist or by mail ti C Mendenhall Medicine Co TamUle lad RALPH March 13Most wi thl farmers am busy plowing ground and rowing oats J D WadI has his house warly fInfhcdMost overy ota attended the halo or Jack Miller last 1Veduesday Mr and Mrs Dodo Taylor Paffy were the SUtts of Mr and Mrs J F Taylor Frldly night Mr J F Taylor sold a young mule to Jim Green tihturday consdre4ton- nntt known Mr and Mrs J T Ucn11Y vIJted- nt tlfr J F Taylors Sunday amen noon Mr and s1rs Guy Taylor Mr nndl- Ms Frank Russall were IJhc gIlo1s Of Roo Bout Adaburg Thursday mow IlIrwnd oIr Elias Farmer came home the QthQr night Mrs Farmer married Uncle Elias Farmerr In Novxnher and In tour days beca1net1red fma Jed l1ieandnt to her old home 3- fRl Ky Uncle Elias knowdng the proper SteP totako to win a fair maid of some alVy wlntorohn JP- Oooodcdt write to heM und about two weeks ago he received news tu coane- II113y are now at home with hardly too snuck chnnJge tiS WItS in Rap Van Wll1Ikle rfr and Mts Frank Teyior were the guests of RP Ralph Sunday rFor Sate I hlln II largo qunntiW of second growth Queens and Puritans earlY potnto for sale Theso potatoes can ho hud at the Ohio County Supply Co at 100 per bushel Every bushel ol these potatoes Ls sold under ngunra- ntOO It not satisfactory money wlU refundod34t2 ROWAN HOLIDROOK SELECT March 15oIr S s Itark1ty is quite sick wth grippe Mrs Thomas Ferguson and daughte have pneumonia fever Mbsdam s R E Duke andlHnIrl1Ison Crowe of lLUttord l1aveboon vldingr- elntlves here for the past week Mr J J Stewards In LoutsvUle this week buying his spring shock or goods The now teleihon e from D faoown to Prentls will some be eornplebed and tJU be a great helm to tlse tOOploal1d 4f11 be a great deal cheaper than the- o or lines Afou lit 13 ibuilt tt will only fifteen ceaits per snow h- 1Ir Orvllle Miller and wife vdsttd- Millers lrauemtsMr auld Mrs WHUllIIll Hooker Butler County Sat uttday and Sunday Puff J Alex RIIDdro was din Con toaown n few days vast wxtek Prof Admlml P Doekerye tJhow was at Oak Grote Saturday night There was a large crowd present Farmers are very busy WIth their work this prdtty wdu her Mot every orb is preparing for a large crop thus year Mr and Mts Bazll Iktlzc Magan are vlslUng hero this week- Programme Sunday Union of the Olio County Dptls Association with Bunotts Creek Church Mwuh 29 1910 930 Dcvoilona1 ExerctseEIde1 J W loaner 1000 Roll Can and Report of Sahools 1020 How to Organize for PermaaD- WorkJ J Koow 1040 Special Days mid EentonnA- nmontWonxh Wade 1100 Matotdal Equipment tar the School D W Taylor 1120 TdlcbJLrg Lesson or March 27 1910 1230 NOON 115 Song Service conducted by JamEu BartlaJ 146 Our State S S Conventdon and WorkJ D kdcock 200 Qut111cutlcns ud Duties of the Supniniterdent byElder Birch Shield 220 QuaLlClcatloDs and Duties Or the T chorElder R E Fuqua 240 Duties of the Chutelq Member to the SchoolElder A B Gard ner 300 Round TablaState Secretary J D Adoock 330 Buslneat 400 Adjournment AU subjects will be discussed In the aUotIwcd time E W FORD Pace W M FAIR Sec CROWN AND- BRIDGE WORK for the refined and dainty woman Is what she demands new Amer leans are uptodate on denlatry- and are not satisfied with anything but the acme of perfection to dental work and they know they rwllt got It when they come to JOctoN HARDIN BELL Office On Condor Street In the Republican nuUdlngt Hartford Ky Phone 213- 1r um MO Gasoline Engines Pumps orator grInds toed tflplk corn 0 Works every day of s small cost to operate AU situ for all purposes Send for oata9ogtte 92 Address FAIRBANKSMORSE m Louisville Ky 4 0 00 o MAILED FREE My Price List and Catalogue of Greenhouse and Bedding Plants Write for a copy before t placing your order elsewhere I r FREE to ALL A Post Card will bring it John EIRackebraodt IGreenhouse PRINCETON KY This firm has the exclusive sale of 12a Childrens and YoungMenClothinlr Dtlgned and manufactured by Duld td Pfaeler ai Compaay nttalnedand thewemanufacture ofelothing has stood the test ofytarr ha worked lu wayto the top ofexcentnc and Is there to staP lltoriJrTbeCARSON COMPANYIrt- corpores6ed Hrtford 1IlentgclirNtL5- r