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Digital page images are linked to the text file. et I 4 Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription I per Yeas VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIhAY MARCH 25 1910 No 36 GOVBECKHAM ON LOBBY RULE Former Governor Condemns Leaders of His Party Declares Third House to Blam- For Failure of Legislature to Accomplish Any More Frankfort Ky March 20Thet- hreo houses ot the late legislature Is the subject of an editorial by forme Governor Beckham in which he rakes the members of the Third House especially fore and aft This editori I al ia probably a forerunner of more bitter denunciations ot the Senate rules and an open warfare on their makersFormer Governor BcckbAm has been on a fishing trip In Florida and came home on the date tho Legis lature adjourned He Is well acquaint de however with the proceedings of the General Assembly and appears ready to begin a fight on the procedure in tho recent Legislature His editorial follows The General Assembly which ad journed last Tuesday did no good for the State and left a record of which no citizen can be proud It may be trn thfully said that the State would be bette otf If the session had never been held It did nothing to Improve the laws to dovelope the industries or to ad vance the moral and educational wel fare of the people of the State The House was better than the Senate and It showed a desire to accomplish better things but the Sen ate with Its infamous rules and the small oligarchy controlling its work blocked the progress Of any wise and useful action There were many exclelent men in both houses who made heroic but ineffectual efforts to bring about better results but they were in a conspicuous minority and could not overcome the baneful Influence that controlled the situation The Third House or the lobby was supreme and to serpent trail was seen everywhere Never before fn a session of tire General Assembly was the lobby bolder more arrogant or store powerful Its hold upon the Senajto seemed to be complete The liquor lobby bent upon the defeat cf the County Unit bill or any other temperance measure had absolute sway and was powerful on ough to prevent such a measure from ever reaching a vote In the Senate Members who had ia writing or orally pledged themselves to their people to voto for the blllwera induced to violate their plighted faith and tae prevents such a measure tram ever reaching a voto in the Semite That lobby too firm day of the session until its close and the rami fications of Its power and malign In fluence could be seen everywhere A game of football was played with the Income Tax amendment and its treatment gives rise to the gravest suspicions Easily fourfifths of 41io people of Kentucky favor it Tire emccratic party in its con volutions has time audaigaln Indors- ed It and a Republican President and Congress favored it Evidently some insidious power was on hand to kill it through tech nical errorsJ1r it was impossible to do so upon a straight vote We hope however that Us enomteswill find that they overplayed heta game and that it really passed in proper fount I The StatiC Journal tram the very beginning of the cession warned the General Assembly and the people about the danger And so we mlghit go on In many Instances to show tho evil Inspira tions which cootrollwl but onough for the present TIle General Airsemblymade a bad eiait so far as tho Senate was con cerned The rulea which it adoiited and the manner In which they were adopted showed to careful observers the purpose back folt all Tho State Juornal promptly called attention tot The CourierJournals reprcretittative Col John Whallou their candidate for Governor Oem greflsraan r Ben Jobnaon and Chairman Prewltt to say nothing to the les roe ser lights were on hand and spent th first week here in seeing that the two houses were properly organized and the rules of tho Senate carefully preparedIt shown that ilr Johnson particularly took a hand in the mat teaswhich saM that they should become operative when reported to the Senate thaneonce Democrats and Insurgents In Con gress are making such a struggle Tho Democracy of Kentucky shoul not hestoto to repudiate those rules those responsible for them and the unfortunate results which they rough about Tho party which denounces Cannons rules must denounce the LlanCombsJohnson rules Tho Republican party can gain no political advanatge optof this General Assembly unless the Democratic party should indorse or refuse to repudiate this record of the Republicans with a few exceptions In the General Assembly Instead of help ing to male matters better did a great deal to make thorn worEe After summing up all tho good and the bad be final conclusion of an impartial observer must bo that the best thing done by the late Gen eral Assembly was to adjourn theone happy and auspicious event of the searon for which we should give due thanks to the men who framed the Constitution In limiting the session to sixty day- sEQUITY MEMBERS INVITED TO ST LOUIS Two Farmers Organizations to ConferMay Mean Clos er Relations To all members and officers of he Americans Soclefty of Equity The Farmers Educational Coopera tive Union of America an ongaclza Won of farmers embracing the Sou thern states on practlclaly tho same plan as the American Society of Equi ty covers the Northern states are arranging for the fist and most gi gantic notional Mass Convention of productive workers ever held In the world Farmers and laborers of all kinds clerks in stores and offices workers in mines factories and forests mechanics etc are all Invk ed to Join in this convention It will be assembled one entire week Slay 2nd to May Sth with three sessions every day A special invitation has been ex tended to the American Society of Equity to meet with tho Coopera tlfe Union dn Joint conference for the purpose cf considering plan for a closer union- Believing this to be tho cwwrtuuiy of the age for American productive producers and consumers to begin a movement that will not only check the recently prevalllne tendency to get the farmers anti other closKS of workers further and furcher npaftbut actually tend to draw them closer and closer together wo earnestly urge all local unions to have at least one delegate present BO us to gat a per sonal report from tIle members of the meeting Wo also urge oil members and of ficers of alto American Socity bf Equi ty who can possibly do so to rultead as indlviduls agd to nee than organizations of farmers Hi their reerpcc tivo commuuidcs are reprteentcd Iu the convention We fulhor urge all farmers not belonging to any organization to come Lot every A S of E member bring ono nonmember with himAmerican Society of Equity head quarters f11bo maintained at the Planters Hotel during the conveniUon A hall will bo provided In which all members of tho A S of E present may assemble from time to time to discuss any masters of importance to the Society that may come up The Board of rMrcttors National Union A S of E ByS D Kump SecrejaryTreas urer Icellcel I have started up my Wee plant In Hartford and by the latter pans of this week will be prepared to fur ndsh ice In any quantity desired All orders given prompt attention HOOKER WILLIAMS r ACCUSED OF- RAID ON CITY Indictments Made Againstt Alleged Night Riders Prominent Men Involved in True Bills Resulting From At tack in 1907 IHopklnsvl1edictmeuts whIch were returned Sat urday morning by the present crawl Jury were made public this morning charging Dr D A Amos J J Malone Guy Dunning Newton Nlcchols John Robinson and Irvin Glass citizens of TrIgg Caldwell and Lyon counties with being members of tho bard night riders which entered this ofI on the night of December G and with having token pant in the de struction that was accomplished at that time There are three saperato bills one charging tho defendants with fho destruction of tho warehouse belonging to W T Tandy another charges the destruction of C Latham of New York and the third alleges the band lug together and going forth for the purpose of destroying property which under the law can bo made a sep crate offense The formal Indictment for the first two offenses charges the defendnats with willfully and feloniously confederating banding and conspiring together for tho purpose of molesting Injuring and destroying property of other percors and going forth and Injuring molesting and doa rroying property of other eprsoas In presuanc thereof and as a reslult thereof In the third Indictment the formal charge against the defendants is will fully and feloniously confederating banding together and conspiring with each other and with other jwrsons to this grand jury unknown for the purpose of molesting injuring and destroying property of cl her parsons In the raid on this city the night- riders about 300 strong entered the town over the Illnols Central tracks about 2 oclock in the morning of De cembor 7 1907 They burned the warehouses of Mr Tandy and Mr Latham and a third warehouse belonging to W T Cooper caught tam mite flames and was also destroyed Dozens of store and office windows were shot out the police were prevented from offering resistance and the fire department was not allowed to lettvo their buildings until it was too late for them to save the burning buildings I A brcakemaa named Felts on the Louisville Nashville railroad was stort and seriously wounded a negro man was slightly wounded and Ltad say Mitchell a tobacco buyer was taken from his home and cruelly boat en unnder a glaring arc light at Ninth and Main streets The grand Jury has been veryse cretive in their Investigation of the cafes and no Information lau beat given out as to the evidence before them But Is repented and beI lloved that several monitors of tho night rider clan hgiyo turned States i evidence and have laid bare all tho ejcrrets of that ol a1lzatloLlIThe grand jury and with oUter matcre clltrp ale of anti out of their way other Indict ments charging night rdllrg are ox pected to bo returned It Is known that many witoeasw from all over this end of the EEatc have been sumntoaed by tlio grand Jury Bench warrants have boot Issued for tho parties Indicted and their early arrest is expected Play Party The friends of Mcesra Marvin prod Parvln Mldklff gave them u surprise parity StfiU1d1ynJght at their home near Sulphur Splngs Ky The even Ing was ppont In playing games of T- OIlS kinds All report a fine time Toss present were Mr and Mrs Rommey Acton Misses Elton Huff Ora illdklff Ruth Weller Luta Alton Mae Foreman Hatito WeJler Meayrs Emmett Taylor Wlljto Russell Cleve land Acton Panla MIdklf ObIS Duff land Acton Parvln Mldklff Otis Duff Marvin Mldbiff Edgar Fltzhugb and Homer HuffS Am DEATH CHAIR FOR HALLOWS No Hanging in Kentucky After June 15th Louisville Jailer Describes New Method of Execution to Be Used A In accordance with tho provlslont of a new law enacted by the General Assembly and signed by the Gover nor the death penalty will be In flicted iu the future by means of elec rlclty The law becomes effective uno 15 This means that no more scaffolds will be erected In the city of Louisville or elsewhere In the State from which to hang convicted men The electric chair probably will be installed in the Frankfort peal tentiary Back of the now law Is an In teretftlrg story It was framed by John R Pflanz with the assistance- of Judge Carroll of Eminence several ydaw ago It was up for consideration at three different sessions of the Leg islature before it was looked upon with favor The second time the bill was up wan when Sanator McNut introduced lU This was two yeras ago The close congest for United States Senator H that Jimo diverted attention flan the bill aiM it died At the 1910 tees sion of the Gentml Assembly the bill went through both houses with j practically no opposition It was Herman D Newcomb who Ifltroduccd the bMl at the last s32s slon He made many alterations and imprwmeents in the orlgllnal moos ure He got in touch with officials In Now York State and the State of Oho wlvare the electric chair Is used and collected data as to the prob able colt of installing ihie equipment ard the amouut liat will have Ito be expanded each date a murderer pays the extreme penally Mr Pflanz maid that It will c st about 7000 to purchase all of tin equipment including the chair and a few hundred dollars to put the air pliances in place Should 4ho New York mode of execution ba adopted It will cost much move than the amount mentioned The law does not slate postlvely that each execution af ICr Juno fifteenth shall be the Frankfort pen tentiary A clause Incorporated In the bill plainly says that the electric chair shH11 bo paced in a penitentiary somewhere in tho State the ploco to be decided by lle Plson Com mission Therefore it is yet to bo decided whether the death penalty shall be paid at Frankfurt or Edtlyvllle At Chnrlefttowo Mass jut namES the river from Boston the con thinned man done a suit of black the day on which tho death wutch Is pi iced upon him This habit is cut BudlIsIIilll The prisoner is novorr told by the wirden of tho prison just when Hie ix cuUon will take place lIe IB taken 1 by surprise at midnight when hit cell 1 opined by deputies and these three wards tall upon his ear We are really Itatwcen two men with a priest btinglng up the rear the march to th cli ilr begins Down the long corridor their heels striking herd upon the cemonfi floors the lttle warty of men wend halt way Suddenly tliy pai through a door aid all J Iud 4i a small room with the electric chair In front of thorn Against tho wall arc nix cliniirs There are for tho six witnesses The prisoner steps forward Is given an opportunity to speak his last words and next is seated in the chair His hands aro gtiapped ito tho arms his ankles to the legs of tho chair and a small steel cap Id which Is a wet sponge is fitted over tho top of his head Ilia trousers Ate slit at the knees so that two little wires can come in contact with the skin A signal is given The executioner bdhihd a screen pulls a lever and the body plunges forward straining hard lilt Who strops As long as the current Is on the convicted man is elevated In the air At the end of one minute the current 18 turned off and the oon demned sinks back limply in the leather seat Physicians then feel forward feel the pulse and listen tL the heartbeats A faint flutter of the pulse and another signal is given The current is again aplled and agate the bodv plunges forward There is no sound In the room except the creaking of the leather straps that are taxed tc their full strength by the plungtaf forward of the victim Two minute go by and again the current is shut offSeldom orxver Is it necessary to apply the current the third Wine for two shocks of 1000 volts the first time and 2500 volts the second Mme always prove sufficient However In some instances it has been necessary to give condemned men tihre appli cations before life is extinct The Mrs Kincheloe Entertainment Under the auspices of Hartford Chapter No S4 Order Eastern Star Mrs D H Klnchelce of Madtson vllto gave two splendid entertain miMUB at the opera house tart Friday and Saiurdiy evewiiMjgs Mrs Kincheloos work as a musician whether in the claas cs comedy songs or till the popular music as a whlsM3r pleases her audlfno in every number Her declination of negro dlelect was perfect and she handled tho piano worth Vio and a fine ouch Everyone who head her Was delighted wlh her work nail site could command a much larger audience on a return engagement FOR THE BUSY READER Dr Cook is a physical wreck and without funds to carry on life fight to prove his claims of Me discovery of tho North Pole He will return io New York shortly and lead a quiet life i In an automible accident near Fort Myer Va Mrs Herbert J Slocum wife of MaJ Slocum of the Seventh Cavalry was killed and MnJ Gen J Franklin Bell Chief of Staff of the Army was bully Injured The grand Jury In PUtslmvg returned Indictments agalnt forty former and present members of the city councils The Indictments followed the confession of Capt Johnny Klein who told of bribes accepted by himself and other councilmen Many of the men confeeeed after ihe pnvse cutlng attorney promised Iimnmilty to all who came forward publicly and admitted their guilt S Simultaneously with the return of indictments In Chicago agMlnat the National Packing Company anti tiuio of Its lubsldlary companies charg- Ing violation of tlio antitrust law Unfired States Dktriot Attorney Sims filed a bill in equity for dissolution of tlio alleged trust Tho bill names not only the National Packing Cein pany but the Armour Swift and Morris companies and tin individuals who dominate and control these con corns AETNAVILLE March 22The social give by Mr and Mrs Charles Uivriis Friday a Vea ing was quite a success All reiwn a pleasant time Mr anil Mr James IMvw 01 gssnft Saturday and Sunday In Oven lor Mr and Mrs lsn Ndnitae sad MlM Lncoy Kdlngton aten ltd ohuruli at Doanfleld und y udglD- tMInee Nora Morgan and firth Ijayd woro the giiosts of Jlre Jowo Lloyd of Reynold Sunday uttwucou- Mlw Eva Mlnoln of Ralph Is 4ho guest of her cousin ltIB Xora Mere ganMr S A Urrwlieor of Owonaboro way at this place Saturday Mr G W Morgan is very low with dropsy at the homo of his nephew Mr E H Morgan Mrs Frank Coleman is on the sick IbJU J Born to the wife of Mr Charles Phillips March 13 a flue boy Mrs James Tlerney mud children are the guests of relatives tilt Lyonla thatweek Several of tho ladles attended tho Ladles Mission Circle which met at Mrs Robert Owens HayncsvJlle Bat urday Messrs James Diveite and James Tierney went to Forisvllle Monday NO GAMBLING WAS FOUND Mayor Says There Will Be Further Look Owensboro Mayor Says he Had Positive Information that It Exists The raid made by Mayor Lambert and the iwllce department on tho Planters house and Teddys Smokehouse Saturday night was the sensation of une day Sunday and hill been the gea rU gossip upon the StreeB Some say they regard the raid as a Joke that It was not the intention of the Mayor to catch anyone but merely to show to the people that If gambling really existed In Owenaboro I that It would be broken up Others have expressed the belief that the mayor to in sympathy with the gam I bllns element and in order to shield them from public nooriety the raid was made at a time whoa It was known that no gambling was going on Others have rod that the Mayor was carrying water on both shoulders and that It was not his Inten midIthat he had knowledge that gambling was going on nrd would rat rforc0 the law that at the time the mitt was In progress he knew that it would bo an unsucessful one A great many citizens aro endorsing the action of Mayor lambert and believe that he Is acting In good faith and if gambling is going on that ho really Intends to break it up Some are crltl clstag him for taking the matter out of the hands of the police dpavun ra and bringing a private detective here and accomplishing nothing but ex pense tc the city Mayor Lambert says that he wa utterly surprised When the officers returned and reported to him that ne thing but handsomely furnished bedroom suites could be found and fur ther that there was no evidence that gambling had been going on The mayor says that he had positive Information that gambling was in ex istence both at tho Plarteic house and Teddys Smokehouw and he feels satisfied that these places hal Infor mation that the raid was going to bo made He says that he intomls to make a thorough investigation an to who gave tho tip and thlj mutton would he shifted to tine end Mayor Lambert stated that he desired to exonerate the police department tram any suspicion that might be retlug on them and tluu he wee fully saftfsr fled that no Information carne from that scuce Tlj Mayrbiuks Hwt he has a clew aml that the informa tlon came In an untiuiniutal war chiefly through a buslnew twntiac tlon e A Strange Case J1rLon Davis whcee illness Yes bean meuitloai d in the a oolnnin ser eral times is repotted ouaaWeraMy Improved although his deuh bus been expected dally for tIOmtltbne Air OIL vila war taken to InsierlHo airtime ago and his trouble was tliacao od there as cancer of the vumitKh He has been having henorrbasls1Res- umably from the stomach San wrwral week and to a jiaroxlum a day or tUago lie threw up a lang rtctnach worm and clnco then hia ooiullltloui lifts iiawu marked Impruvemeiut GILSTRAP Little Virgie May Jamc diugli r of M ll James has pu amouilii Miss Maggie and Derlia Smith IIqftl1- tIinst Saturday night with Mrs l ttlo AllenMr and Mrs Warren James and lit thoiguests of Mra James parents Mr and Mrs J E Morris c f this place Sunday Qr and Mrs J D Smkh and two children Lydia and John visited Mr and Mrs J M Smith Saturday night Mr and Mrs G M Bradley wore the guests of Mr and Mrs J C Bradley Sunday Miss Eulala and Ruth Lamastus vis ited Miss Rlnda and Lula Dougherty last Sunday evening oJ PRESIDENT HAS PARTY WITH HIM rRECOMMENDED MEASURES PRAC TICALLY SURE TO BE- t ADOPTED Ir FACTIONS BROUGHT TOGETHER Mr Taft Work as Pacificator Bound to Be Appreciated by the Coun tryCongressional Campaign Practically Has Begun WashlngtonThe second year of President TaUs term has begun most auspiciously The work of congress is further advanced than usual at this period and this means that many mew and Important laws will be enacted In line with the presidents recommendations The passage ot the postal savings bank bill In the senate receiving every Republican vote Indl cater united action from now on In support of the president and party measuresNot the time of Henry Clay bave we had so earnest and successful a pacificator In public life as president Taft Without meddling or Interfer ing yet ho has a way of bringing together different factions and conclllat- 1ng different views not only hero at Washington but In the various states Such action of course Is liable to bo misunderstood but when the people learn that the president has but one single purposo In mind and that Is to bring about a condition of affairs In the party that means accomplishment and subsequent success In the coming campaign they will applaud and not crltlcJsj his efforts In this direction The record of Mr Tafts first year Is one that has rarely If ever been equaled since tho first year ot Mr Lincolns administration In the first placo the passage of a great tariff act like tIIo Payne bill which most sub stantially revised the tariff was In Itself an accomplishment ot no mean order hut the tariff law did more than to make II change In the sched ales and to bring about a general lowering or dutiesIt provided for II maximum and minimum tariff by means of which the president has al ready entered Into practical treaties with all the foreign countries obtain ing for this nation the most favored clauses of their own tariffs Then there was the provision taxing the earnings of corporations which soon goes Into effect the court of customs appeals and the new tariff board Which Is gathering material for use In the future and aiding the president most materially In his conclusions with foreign nations Several or Mr TaUs recommenda tlons are now belog considered In both senate and house committees and will soon be reported and debated In both houses of congress It Is n mistaken Idea on the part of the press and pub lie to assunu that the pledges or apolitical party can bo redeemed Ih one session or congress and that nil the recommendations or the president In hls nnnual message can ho Immediate y taken up and enacted Into law Some of the great reforms which the Ropubllcan party and the president wish to bring uhout must be left until the Sixtysecond congress and for that reason It Is necessary that there he a Republican house or representatives to unite with n Republican senate and to enact ns far as possible the presl dents policies malting his term a completo nnd successful one The Coming Campaign Never before perhaps In our history has a congressional campaign been be gun so early ns the present the lte publicans particularly having for weeks been earnestly engaged In die trlbutlng liternlure and giving to the people through pamphlets and the newspaper the truth about legislation and the administration This Is not done EO much through fear or Demo cratic success as it Is due to the business nttllude or Chairman McKln Icy In everything that he undertakes He realizes that the present year Is a tGcnllcl1 off year in politics and ho realizes too that there have been factional differences Jrl the tarty and that various conditions exist which If not overcome might jeopardize Re publican success Ile and his commit tee are confronted perhaps with more misrepresentation on the part ot the Democrats than han existed since 1890 when thu Democratic house was elected wholly because ot the lying that took place during the campaign With this early start and the splendid record of the present admlnlstra- tlon thus far and with the unqups tinned Ilfnellcenl results of the opera tlon or the new tariff Mr McKinley and his assnclalcs believe that not only will the pre80ot Republican lOa Jorlty ho maintained In the Sixty second congress but that Jt will be increased most sub taatlaUl What Taft Has Done as President Taken judicial appointments out or politics Made the taking of the thirteenth census non puftlcal Declared for the extension or the civil service Secured a downward revision ot the tariff Established a court or customs ap peals Drought about tho creation or a tariff board Effected the passage of a corpora tlon tax law with the accruing sur prelllance of corporate activities Had the question of an Income tax amendment to the conutltuUon sub mitted to the states- Accomplished governmental economies tn the estimates for 1911 end 1n retrenchment in salaries supplies etc Inaugurated the policy of continuing contracts for river and harbor 1m provements and declared for bond Issues to permit of Declared for the thisIpllshmont of the conservation policies recommending a bond issue for Irrigation projects Urged federal Incorporation and complete federal supervision and con trol ot corporate stock and bond III sues and the dissolution of the hold- Ing company Urged legislation giving the Inter state commerce commission quaslJu- dlclal functions and creating II court of commerce to review the commissions findings Championed the matter of civil pensions for superannuated clerks Right and Fair At the end of his first year as presl dent of the United States we venture to predIct that by the time another March 4 has rolled around the Amer- Ican people will have come to know William Howard Tart better than they know him nowto understand him more thoroughly Their present disposition to believe him earnest and sincere will have deepened Into a conviction that he Is generally right and always fair- Looking back over the admlnlstra- dons first yearthe preliminary and Introductory season as It werewe agree with the Houston Post and the Cleveland Leader that Mr Taft has made good At any rate he has dono his best Every honest man and every honest newspaper will wish him well todaywish him mighty well as he enters upon the second year ot his administration He Is the whole countrys presldenta red blooded broadminded patriotic na- tlon loving presidentand still WIl lIam Howard Tart the manWashI- ington HeraldOne Roorback Falls I Democratic orators who persist In rearing on their hind legs pawing the air with their front hoofs and blaming the now tariff bill for Increased cst timeIInto running order before they bump Into an uncompromising fact and forthwith the beans are spilled For Instance the American consul general In Canada has furnished government officials at Washington withI advance proof sheets or a report compiled by the Canadian department ot I labor bearing on the same subject which has been agitating citizens of the United States Information gath ered shows rents In Canadian cities have advanced 40 per cent In ten- years and prices of foodstuffs have increasedi much touted benefits ot tree trade with England Canada has had no tariff revision In ten years which offers the slightest excuse for placing blame for higher prices on customs duties If the Democrats were wise In their j generation they would realize that something more than local or even national factors Is back of the almostI universal boost In food values Desperate desire for something ro- motely resembling an Issue has blinded Democratic leaders to common sense views ot the subjects Voters do their own thinking however andI the tariff argument Is going to prove one or the worst roorhacks ever launched by an American political partyClnclnnatl Commercial Trlb une The Chicago Tribune Hoax I Three more Republican papers have been heard from In Speaker CannonsI district and the genuine poll now stands For Cannon 22 against Cannon 1 non comrnittal 1 The three I additional papers are the Ridge Farm Republican Lolla Times and Kansas i Journal In the pretended poll ot the Chicago Tribune the figures given were For Cannon 6 against Cannon 12 Arrangements are on toot for a meeting ot the Republican editors or the district to take action on the TrlbI unos fraudulent poll The reckless flees of tho hoax Is one ot Its strong est features When the Republican editors or several states are called onto deal with falsehood on this scale I they realize that the cause theTrlb tine has been trying to bolster Is ab- solutelyI rottenSt Louis Globe Dem ocrat The Presidents Ellis Letter President Taft knows Ohio Republl cans as one of thorn He understands their independence of spirit lie Is well aware that they detest bossism I He has not forgotten their Inborn dot sine to manage their affairs In their own way He remembers their revolts and their fighting blood He has shared their fortunes good and bad taken part In their struggles against boss rule helped to win their freedom from dictation lie Is still an Ohioan still an Ohio Republican and he means that his party his state and country shall make no mistake abou- his present attitude Ho wishes It clearly understood that he has not tried to dictate In party affairs that coursoIInterterenceIpresidents letter to United States Marshal Davis That Is what he wants the countr especially Ohio to under stand It Is recognition of the basic fact that the people not the politl rims rule that the people hate bossism and that they are to have non ot It as far as the head of the national administration and the Republican party Is concernedCleveland Leader iWll a little practice a man can ge as despondent over the stato of his shoes as he ought to be over the stats of his souL A4 r1 TAKEN FROM CIVIL WAR NOTEBOOK OF j M LEACH IContinued from lest Week 2Wo are 19 the dithhes OurI IJuly Is now qutte small and arm by a corporal IJIeaL DurrI G W TerroR and E Eaton were wounded yesterday W N YOUng and R M D Duulap Were wounded today July aThere has beers but lit Uo IghUng today At mlnO oclock this morning there was an armistice for what Purpose I do nut know butI It was supposed that are were gulng to surrender Woo luwe almost given JohnSlOO1 out and If we arc not relieved soon we will have to surrender It Is also said we have drawn our last bacon some have been aging- mule for several days A major hadI three horses killed the other day and his men cooked and oat them July 4this is the day thwt wo celebrae as the day In which the signers of the declaration of liWD- pendenco declared all anon free and equal and also declared that when a pcxple were tmllofd UpOII by thu government they have n rIght to re volt This Is what Is now the case We have contended for our rights but now we are compelled to stir render o n force that has come to a uSUTrd power over us that is not just but lee this be as It may we have eaten nil of our rplOvln1ons lull there Is nothing left ten us to debut to surrender About nmoe ocloclt the tmmIs Wl1O made known to us We formed In mass when Colonel Cookerl cornmanding our brigadeanade us a short speech During his re marks tlwro were more wet eyes than onO Then we wero manched out side of the works to struck our arms and colors Our regiment marched out In front this done wo went infer camp The surrender or Vicksburg was II very heavy loss to the Confederates It gave Uw poseision of th0- Mlrslsspp4 river cutting the Confederates In to and stopping con munlcatlon with the Trans Mlsslsstp Pi Department IS well os the hers or OUT men arms baggage and am- munlt011l no lass than 18000 with all their arms But tho totnts were as good as could be expected vbell they had us in their power to make ua submit to any terms they might wish from tho fact that we were worn down wIth marching and hun ger When it Is tried for ford seven nights tit will bring the stoutest man down to a weak one I had fallen oft twenty pounds myself and yet I was as stout us any at last better than the common class You may Judgo how we atu nt this time weak hungry and dint yes when they came loco town I hoard them SY that we were cleaner than they ox- pocted 10 see us which they did about 12 oclock But not with pomp and show as we expected It secan- cd quite strange that aU wa so quite after so long a time of constant noteo and labor They treated us very kind uayiug that men that llgd fought so hard for so long time nS1lnst such largo odds should be treated Like bravo men Tlwy rent I rations to IS In a short ttme so wo pas e1 away our tints until the 11th ot tdto nrouh vlJtJJtg our boys In the hosphals washing our clothes Bd resting ourselves and having various arguments and quarrels with the Fedemls And romffiwus we had regular lint rights III whIch I hoard of nO unfair play but would stand by and sae a fair fight which some times was quite severe Ibu cot dangerous Often whoa ended would shako hands all around and be friends agaln- So passed away one wck July llAccordltig to the caPI- talaUon we started out of the Fed eral lines with Mx days rations uU of our prlvato property and one tour mule wagon to weh regiment and one two mule wagon to oath artillery company All of the officers thart were entitled toa hone on the field rode out on n horse and carried their side arms Wu started about 10 oclock the weather l1dclJ very warm we suffered very much with hOOt Wo reached BIg Duck has night very tired from the tact that wo had not regained our strungh After eating our supper Mallovoo and sleeptIn the yard of a vacant July 12Gi Up early this movnLng and went to the hospital on Champ Oldnvery OIl with him until after dinner lIe was very glad to W6 us and alIstime we talked ns fastas we could lie asked questions until ho said loo was uhamlll to ask any more I went on that night and crone up Ravemood From hors back to Vlckburg the Gauntry S 01 Crely dstroyed farms burned up no crops growling axterupt a fV people that could rah gqt away I need not give II full 3tA1 of our march to Eatnprlse which wer reached the 26th of July though It was a very hard one und through poor piney country crossing the Pearl River at Mo station some eight miles below Jackson and slept on the Gouth side or the railroad the Wealther beIng quite worm and water sratco this march of 180 miles was as much ae lover wanttodo Many became sick and were lett on the TOld at some house to be brought- up by wagon They were sent hack after them Many made thomselyes sick by eating green corn and other trashr such as green peaches and apples would take the colic and die before and aid could be procured We reached ramp In evening but the command got there In the morning aster wo got within twenty mUM of- Enterprise myself and two Others stopped to have some washing done which throwed us behind July 25Ths morning after vart ous trials I succeeded In getting a fuurlougl1 for thirty days and nE I had hoard that my tautly had rnov- ed to Kentucky and liS I ndshed to s emy parents anyway also I knew thn it I could got to fathers I could heaT from them even U they were still In Mhsourl and ad ri had been ten yf months epee I had heard direct from them I was told In Vicksburg that I could toss through the Federal lines un Amy parole and I concluded to make a trial So about 10 oclock p m I got on the tarn for Mobile where I ar rived the next day about 12 oclock and got on a steam boat and Ill a few hours landed nt Falls laedi- ng and got on the cars for Mont gnmory Ala where we arrived about one oelock the next day and as we were very much crowded our party made a rush for the cars but they- were soon crowded to their umoet and before we started we had to give up our car to the sick and sand on the outside In a very lard rain- and had nOt sirja any the twO Ire ceedlrrg nlghts and had not eaten n mouthful for thlrtdx hours I was quite easily made angry and said some very hard thlllg about the FUtySix h Georgia and the Lieutenant took It up but ho soon found out although I was tile only Missouri au on the flat that I was not going to be frightened to death by hm and soon knuckled under We reached At lann Georgia the next mOroonng nt daylight I soon found a hotel whore I got a good breakfast for which I paid 200 but be lost dId no make Itn1fbllng as was In fix to oat full- value In anything biscuit butter coffee and milk While I was least InlJ I1d cars were relllng out and lelt me behind but I did not cal for title as I had nut slept any for thro mghs I was rt1tIrflul Ito watt for the evenirg train I upent the day walklg over town looking nt various things This Is a PrellII place and fin time or pooro was n business place At wx oclock I Srol on the cars for Knoxville In passing through TunnIU3 I was very much surprised to sou weh a good country The carrn looked fine wheat was harvest ed and rr uading In the shock This Is n good country at least Tennessee Valley has p1Anty of good cold water gushing out the side of the Mils the brooks running briskly over their rocky beds Is clear as crytttal Happy people were these but this cruel war hits mode its mark In their pace ful mountain homes We reached IUne ville about two oclock July 29 TILE END Prices of Other Days As the various invuxtbgatinns of the COt ot llving panned tJm diVrolStt- yc deader on the subjtvtl Is a marked feature and each teeEpmae Indus trial Interest places the rspmrobll- lty somewhere oieo Soma lntdstthat trusts and secret combinations are to blame romp onlarge on the in creased prmductton of gold and a re- rarlttng decldao in gold as t1 measure ofvalue and others polat 10 cold twngo and thJo pure fOOd Law Ilart- lsts wIn see no cause for high umcw except a protec1ve tariff ignoring the fart that prices bare largely ad vanttd tn free trLdO England and that the BrftrEih ministry tour s ago wlh LloydGeorge In the lea set on foot RID invasCtgatden of the high cost of food In England and on thia Continent and have thou tar rpub- 11s1ud throe bulky volumcu on th subject without reaching any deft nfie ooDclU except tllAt tiro Iso Is general the world over Any one who goes into an examination to the madde with a rigid theory soon dla eaves that he rain not mJI1oa the fob In the ate ben tt to lils wprpose- ho may have oontMootly expclfed- Tibo problem hoe morn bldg than one an two A Senate commttibee js aR work In Wlad11ngtpn on the cost ot litlg IUd Jt one of Irta gktinge Senatp- IL3dZe ltTOdmced a oaiisttttonal doe t L nmentof the year 183 which rolat- cd tatbs food priow dt that parlooI- noonllOOtJou with n lMvemoDtlo fn creiso the pay of government clocks Ay th time sugar was 14 onErta a pound flouT 81 barrel nod lamp oil 1 a gallon It ors 10 coots lID move a ton of freight a tulle anti the pay of manual labor was 70 tenth a tyN- owrtpupecs cost snore than twice as will notmuch as row InvetlgUorn be able to get ot the inward e of high food prices all over the world byuIIng to fat the queSllon to pre 3lved notbons or he dnl91 sts of political partIes As far os unfair rnnnipulntlon enters Into the coot of food the trouble should be iocaled and II remedy found Meanwhile the en couragement of the increased produc lion of food Is II GOOd thInS The pnlccs thomsielven have dbltbed at toriIdon to fnnning os u paying bus tUleeS for thotro who titles it up pru dently and earaesahy Globe Dcnro cudQUICKS COUGH MEDICINE Quickest and best for coughs GUARANTEED Sold by druggists Made by J C Mende hall Medicine Co ETHSYIlle Jut Have Been Buncoed That Way Too meat dealers in the East uric beginning to retallae Troy are asking that the Tariff be taken off and Mosican and Canadian cattle admitted into he country But the Am erican people have boon bUTJCfcd once t In that way The shoenrakerh for years told tIle slier wearerU toot if hid s were duty tree shoes would be so much cheaper So the last Con gress took the duty of 15 percent trrnm dudes and made then absolutely fro but shoes have been going WII just the same and so has leather The Government simply is out the revenue Before we make any nor snob deals we would like to blare the tree hides failure explained No It Is not the Tariff TIle American cattle grower has Dot been gofting goo- much for his cattle In tile marJro1s steers from ordinary to beet mn e to prices from about 4 to 6 a hun dl The average Is probxably about 5 tens n pound Do the American people want to make cattle elllOJPe1 than that They am cheap enough If they were much cheaper tdtu farm en could not afford to grow and fat ten thJlDFreeport Ill Journal It Saved His Log All thought Id lose my leg J A Swennan of WrutcrtDwn Win Ten years ot eczema that 16 doctors could not cure had at last laid me up Then Dutk1ens Arnica Sah cured it sound and well Infalldbl- for Skin Eruptions Eczema Salt Rheum Dolls Fever Sores Burns Scalds Outs and Piles 25c at all DrnggJabS m I Facts for Farmers and Laboring Men The Protective Tariff is the sate guard of the rarrnvcm and the moohM1 las Before the McKinley or Dingle bills were leased this country refs at a very low ebb Bus nets ws pros tratLd the shops were many vt tn1001 closed while others wroo running on lyon quarter or half time The anon in tlle shops were earning scan ty wages with WOrk only II few day I In rom week Children were actual Y starving for bread and strong roes begged for entployrpent This Is no fancy picture wo are pNnting but a statement of cold facts wtlala hun drods and thousands can still roman ben At last a change came The fark clouds aprtod anti out from under thorn came the sunstino of prosJCTI ty that gladdened and warmod every heart The factory tires were zlkind led out from the all chimneys pour od the black smoke and from tho furnaces cane the red glare cheered and blessed the tWorldmU1J dr the Shops This is no fancy tale bu a satcanenb of cold facts brought the change The McKlnle- dial was pas d ansi train the very me- snout the act became law the sun a- prospodty shone out over wi Ithia fair land and the country Was rev In all its history so healthy and prosperous What was it Utah trough the change It was the ProJoot1v- eI1l1U law clamdTiny care nothing for anybody but tmmselvc They want t4Io Tariff removed mUml andeoverflowing WhnU i labor Is cut ort and wages JbducO- OWhbt is it to them except that thlr arc to reap the reward or dlstrs anti poverty that Is sure Ifo follow r Foarmers mechnntcs laboring men you eons of toll who depend upon la her fop your daily bread dh you wan to go back to die days to FroeTrndeN- IOI1W1lk 0 Re lector Chlicirwn Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA ohIo COUNTY cITIZENsFLEECEDI- nvest In Sash Lock on The Quiet Their Notes Were Discounted in Bank and Now they Want Lo thorp Co to Repay Them u The following taken from the Ow- ensboro Inquirer Is In main correct- and describes a diabolical SCheme to fleece a select few of Ohio county cltlzeD1S Judge Blrkhcad returned from Halt ford Saturday alter finishing the March term of court While the coura was In SOO8lon only about 4wro weeks- a largo volume of business was dis posed or Perhaps the most Important case tried which resulted In some sensational developments tiring brought out was the acUn of Jamey H Williams and D S Chamberlain against C S LothorJ of Hope Ark and J E Blythe of Boonville Mist The suit was for the cancellatlon of a note for 288 which the plntntJtfs had given the defendants for the right to sell a patent safety sash lock or window fastener Lothorrp and Blythe went to Ohio county several months ago and represented that they had letters patcut on a safety sash lock and finally sold WUlIlI11I3who Is mayor of Hartford and Chamberlain an Ohio county magistrate the exclusive right to sell the lock In CrlttC1lden county with the privilege ot selling It in Dances Han cock GTason Butler It cLean and Muhlenberg counties The conSIdera- tion was their negotiable note for 288 All fasteners were to be purchased from the factory of C 5 Lo thorp and company at 2 per dozea and wore to be retailed at 6 per tbz en and onehalf ot the profits were to go to the firm The firm required absolute secrecy in all of their burl ne s transactions os they did not want outsiders to know their buM nos Lothorp and Blytho remained around Hartford about tour days and then left for parts unknown Wlllilunli and Chamberlain finally rerouted to their friends what II good thing they had and It soon leaked out that Lo thorp and Blythe bad worked the mime grume on about tl or Hi of the titcitizens of Ohio county each dtohliag4 the exclusive right to sell the patent havingibank It1s estimated that Lothorp and Blytho succeeded In securing about 3000 or 4000 on the quiet They then left the country and have not been seen since The patent Is sold to bo nn Inferior one and sells for 50 cents while other locks which are said to be much better retail at 20 cents The other citIzens who are very much Interested la thl decision or Judge Dlrhkead are C Bennett J C l1er C E Smith Wayne Griffin James Ashley Leslie Ward T IL Black E E BIrkhead Watt rraylor Warren Lindley R D Martin Dave Moreland R D Walker Ike Sande fur henry Long and others The trm had an agent at Hartford and Williams and Chamberlain secured servlca of process on him Judge Dlrkhead took tma case uw der advisement and his decision wild bo Watched with muCk Interest NerveIndomLtable en orgy are never found horeStxxmacJi Liver Kidneys and weh Me out of order If you want titee qua1Edee land the success they bringDr toitnCubagYWNITESYILLEfMarch 16lvo liorrard was 1I1e- r gust or Miss Nora Taylor from Qat- usday until Monday afire Aubrey J9hnron PhlJwol s JaYMaCaftyCharlie Drown and Dr kMge na tJylg tttp Jo Harnttnrd i J L Miller noel family nod Doe Groor nnd family dealt yo stmtlay rmotI g on the 814 twain tor Toxae- f ututnahomeChortle fu1bT ran or H y fItLy Hillerdaughterwill lay marrtedtaodly Dr Edge has putclrhkdd the rpmp- y011 of C A Kelley near the oot 1am U1if stable Vig GJUa died sit tro tano- a this place at aPpoplexy Situ WU1 tmubled with avery Eevorel b4 during the tdlt crud grew ustieoa rebus about acne oclock tae the murm Inl anti d4ed jbqut I Isltprastlielevet rllZ i44 firsr8 i+ I i HISTORIC OLD iM i GRAYSON SPRING ro Be Restored Work Soon to 1 Begin on The New ttTj Buildings vn S iMr Albert Plock ot Lnutsvflo has I r purchased the propenty and tfOm present Indications this famous old i wnterttlg plnee will surpass its t011m i er Teputn1on A largo force ot- I hands are to be brought from Louis workmeAyy d into wrvJce on a new 76000 hotelt which Is to be erECted no the site the one recenay burned Jt to to be n modori structurewlth aU modern coneI1lenccs We prdelcta grcat futuro for this juslty celebraWl- aitering place From way bask betooh do wlh days the water from these spring nre famous Captains Chas and Wm VanMeter for years cared tor hundreds of rest seekers At tiIIlos bulldlnAgs a cots were placed on the hillside tor those who could sleep In the open ain During the reign of the VaoolEitem yellow fever broke out 1m the South el if Refugees flocked north anxI old Grayson had her full quOta Cery available space was put into wer crude conrhuuces were broughlt into servlco for their aecommod- tion until there could not be anoth r one cared for After the death ot Oapa Wm Van Meter CnPt Charlie soon grew tired of tho management ot thQ place and then began the senles o- selling f leasing renting and each time the property through mI yman- agement or other causes would re vent baCk to Mr Van rdter The lfowes the TerTs the Copplges and others tried it but the aluve o- popnlarIty soomed to be Inlng farther and farther away The Mereke Dros finally succeeded In building up paronage to some ex f i tent then the fire Louisville OJnclnnraU IducahO- werurbOro E1izabcth own and tho South in general have each oollltr- lbluted in making up the history of this summer resort Many a re manse has bgun nt the SylvanshJde of its rustic scenery bloomed and faded undiI the fleece flecked arch ot its twilight love allurJng sides uumy a heart has been made lighter and life brIghter by the invigorating coolness and curative qualities of its medical waters Phenixlike from the ashes of the old the new Springs Js to IYa revIved and his tory will repeat itself But the New Orleans the Hotel thin Louisville and Morality mlil remain long in the memory ot old r SAnd so us natives will hltrh up to any old conveyance we can secure and drIve over Sunday afternoons We will watch the promenaders Wllkthe banntsplayers play the croquet players Croak and the bowlers bowl find on cool and hot dusty evenIngs wo will hop on the hay wagon and go over to wlfJCh tile waltzers waltz the toolen pool and the spoonJrs spoonIn the same old wayLlotchfiold Gazette t- Chlldron 4 CryIFOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IA LegiskThe defeat ot good roods bills lJY the house ot ltopresentatves In a a State catamlly As fur as the Improvement azu advancement ot Ken tueky is concerned fl1 Y were the tlmost important meaSures before the shouldhave1mlonant matters wndl not oven discussed the wood roads bills showed nn entire lack of a proper tbnprecln- tloo of one of the mOOt vital Inlterr ests In the States developoment It tire blU passed by the Senate mare not suth us met with tihq apqroval- of the House they should have been amended to tuft or else offered ubstttutes for them The Wppolntment to Inquire into what is needed in the way of good roads legislntlon and tomiort to the next Legislature onlyt eanpifislzes the fgnoTan anti the J indifference of the Houso of Rapre- sentaltlves Everybody else lit Kentucky who has given the subjcet of roads any attention knowa what Is needed in the main It is State aid by wlrcIh the rich counties will help the poorer ones just tie kthe public school education Is mrlntlalnotd Anotherscr1ous mIstake was in the 41 1throughseemed to he lo absorbod W h the idea of getting the credit for the passage o1ho brood r lds law that f A big bowl of Quaker Oats is the best dish you can serve Delicious an- dnourishing Good for allages and allconditions Economical and- strengthening Regular tOe packages aad hermellcallr sealed tlallor bot 58 they tailed to take the loci R0ad9 Association into thou ool16ullaUon- In drafting the bUts There Were sple did features tn these bills but some very objectionable features It the Good Roads Association had drared the bills they would not have COIl tamed one fifth the matter that tin DosworthWJ1itlt hills oontnlned J1hcY would have met tIle con1tions ip Kentucky and Would have been inton more upon the idea ot whist the Leg Islature would pass than any other purpose trusting 4o future Legislatures to add and Improve thorn TJlere should have been a simple instead ot complex beginning of State old to road bulldlngEllzabethtown News The Lash of a Fiend would have been about as welcome asaa merciless Jung acking cough tOOt defied all remedies for ycam Jt Was most troublesome at night he writes nothing helped me till I used Dr Kings New DltJCOC1y which cu- me completely I never cough a night now Mllllons know its match 1es meldt for stubllorn colds obstd nato coughs sore lungs grt1ea9th mahemorrhagecroup whooping coug Or haynlever Lt rlelcves quickly und conft4nocs 50e 100 Trial bottle free Its positively guarnntJdcd by all drug gdsta m r Looking Pleasant Why Is It that most peoTleas they walk along the streets or rIde In the cars have such an unlpli53rnt expres son It one will observe even casual ly the people he meets in a day he will be Impressed with the painted and sullen and dlsagredlble countenances We live In a TUsh and the average Perafm is bend on sonic er rand or buslneecs and Is absorbed n- that we are all rushing to get something or somewhere With this aI- J9Jrblng our attention we havent time to attend to our facial expression We are not sure however that this s II matter of permissible fndlfferonce- If one does not believe that his countenance ndd3 to or detracts anything from the lives or expressIons- of callers ht him pause for a moment before that now cehntotl Bit liken It Is almost Impossible to look at the little Imp and Igor smilet The Japanese teach their the hotels and those also In higher walks of lire the art of smiling They are compelled to pntbctlcu before a m4rror One cannot stay long In Japan WlJlOUt being Inoculated with he disposition to look pleasant The look plealnn please of the photograqllr goes droper than the pliotographic plate No one warble to assetat long wLth nn animated viuei rr Cllltlt A- dlopositfon is roily gueseI trom the angle ot the corn es for the mouth a dltyhostfem Is moulllElb CQmlwlllng those angles to turn nip or down It merry hrolit makrtdt n glad cuume nonce a glad countenance maketib u merry hentIn the ono who hebolds- It Itratl fhurqlcneth Jron So I man sJ1arqlenetl1 the eountclJl3nce ot his friend II Milking the HeiferfSome care and dlscrlmtnaton Is required in breaking In young anImals to the milking operation It is not to be expected that a helter should allow without protest the same libe tries taken with her udder as does an animal that has fieaeral times been through the mill In her drat experiences with the milkman the young animal should be ptrtttd a lit ie and talked to brier milking and udder gently handled and rohbed Tremors and shivers will possess her- at the now exparleace but as soon as she learns that the milking re lIeVCs the pressure her confidence will increaseCASTOR lA It For Infante anti Children KInd You Hers Always Bought Bears the Signature oft r T CONVERT 500 MEN TO MARRY ONE College Girl Suffragists Forswear Matrimony Until They Can Vote Dy bending together the progre- aive college girls ot America in an o- ganizaton that will bar matrimony us the assigned work ot each member In the cause ot the suffragists to complete the most radical movement yet devIsed by the leaders of the worn ens vote workers is soon to be puL In force Each ot the college suffragists In- Wellcsly Dryn Mawr Vassar Smith Radclltfe and other womens schools will bind hetselt to forswear the mar- I rlage vow until she has won over to the womnns suffrage cause GOO hoer a tide men voters The plum ottheadvocateof this notable nhovementtlhe most unique In the history of American womanhood were explained by a member ot the Equal Franchise Society ot which Mrs Clllrence Mackay is president This will be a winner for the cause she declared Insteatiof being a bar rler to their marriage oP1lOrtunltleswo believe the true chivalry ot American manhood will come tonward and the members ot our new college socltles will be most soughtfor girls In tbe world tIny opening of the next college Iear In September we will have our society on a wellfounded platform and the membership list will Ie thrown open The CiOO converts tmust put theft names down In black white The sIgned blanks will be chek thetWhen a girl member shall have signed up CiOO real live men she willI wedheasier values are placed on the heads of the captives that wlll enable theI suitors tu win their brIdes in a few masterful battles The eallturo of a United States Senator will count for 200 victories on the suffragIst battlefield A Congressman will have the value ot 100 II former Senator fifty a State Senator fifty and other politicians and Influential office holders will be rated In proportion Bewaro of Ointment for Catarrh that Contain Mercury as mercury will surety destroy the sense ot enroll and completely derange the whole system when enter Ing it through the muooous surfaces Such articles shoulll never bo used ox- oe1t on plererlllt1ona from reputable a physicians us the oomtge they will do is ten fold Ito the gOOd you can possibly derive from them Halts catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 contains no mercury md Is taken internally atTdng dllectly upon kho blood and a mucous surfaces ot the system In buying Halls Catarrh cure be sure got thie genuine It Is taken internally and made In Toledo Ohio btF J Cheney Co Tes Jmonials tree Sold by Druggists Price 7Cic per ildtkle Take halls Family pills for constipation General Assembly Adjourns t Flats Is written titter the tItO ses- sIon ot the KenlUckr Legislature so far its Its constructive work I s con earned But finis twill nut be written after the consequences ot its Work for nineteen lon hs or until tile state elEction of llll With R clear working majority In I- IlJotJl Housas the responsibility for whatever was done or not done rests unmistakably upon the Dfmocralll This majority hud amply time In which tohavo considered and passed- Tnumber ot measures which were not passed notably the redlstrcltlng the uniform accounting system or pUblic offices and some sensible good roads act From the first the machine moc- rats settled upon the loath ot the county unit bill but made the ex- cution ns painless through long drawn out maneuvering as they 11IOS sibiy cold So much time cans consum ed to this artistic Job that some sally Important measures such as these indicated dId not have the requisite time for digestion and pas sageNaturally the Democratic machine leaders gave little consideration to het redistricting bill because It there Is anything they do not want Is justice In the way of fairly zip porUonlng populations for elections t state Examiner Thatchen In his en ergeUc administration has shown conclusively htnt the state has lost l Ibundroos of thousands ot dollars a through the antiquated oookkoeping- at the county offices and it would seem that every consideration ot ox- pedfency would have dictated the passage ot the uniform accounting bIlL The Republicans solidly support ed the measure Better do too little than do too much plainly was the policy ot the Democratic machine which over keeps Us band on the public pulse in an atJemJlt to time its movements In harmony with the beat ot public opinion On former occasions they turned out to be poor diagnosticians and Novmeber 1911 will show then- how widely they misread the ideal KentuckyThirdr Dont Break Down Swore strains on the vital organs like strains on machlneryca1JSoj break dawns You cant oVOT4ax stomach liver kidneys bowels or nerves with out serious dangor to yourself i you are weak or run dawn or under sdandn ot any kind take Electric DU tetra the matchless tonic medicine Irs J E Van do Sande ot Kirkland m writes That J did not btygtk down wluilo enduring Cl most levers strain for throe luontruJ is duo Whet ly to Electric Bitters Use them and enjoy health and slytalrgth Sat lstactlolh guaroru CiO cents at all druggists m Austria is Let In Dy hls proclamation admitting lm ports from Austria lu come In under the minImum scale ot the Payne tar lit the president has reduced the lIst ot possible trouble maerks among the Important countries to two Great difficulty was encountered in making the adjustment with Austria OlltlC count of the exactions ot the ndmln- Istratlve features ot her tariff and Wise because ot certain T6rtetlons by her which tdhut out sonic ot our pro ducts ller trade wltlt us Is rather large and Is growing Under the now stipulations our exlorhs will get better treatment at her custom- housea- Frarcc and Canada are the only countries of any consequence with which we have not been able thuS far to make ponce With each there Is a- prrebability that satisfactory termsIcan be made before mltlnl starch tit when our nnaxfnuun scaled ot 26 per cent in addition to our Rg- ular dupes will go Into operation against Imports from the countries clIrr1TCanada co mhako her peace with us Frances PallImellt will adjourn of 24 and It terms no not made by her by that day the bars here Will go up against liar n week later A tariff war with either Canada I or France would hamper us to sonic I extent but It would injure those coun tries much more Nverthelass our I State Dopattment Is anxious to get au- djustment with each of them It IsI the prroldents hope drat every roan j try will come ill mules caw ndnlnnum range ot duties The raising ot the bars t1glIn any ctnuunudly would be disagreeable to us but our author ties will not hesitate to raise gainst any country whIch LhemI deal faIrly with us fie double tariff Idea was not iuleuted here Some ot our trade rivals Itt lsuropc lit bEfore naybody hr Mw United States r9lought of adopting It la ts- dfenlro t the framers of the tariff plank of the Republcan 111rtkl111 of lOUS urged the establlshmeut or f1xl mum and minImum rayey to he all ministered by the pres tk lL under him lltiol s fixed lu tbs law the maximum to IJe nvttilablo to meet lIiilcrlmluJ l tIns by lorelgn couwrltS Igu t I American goods lnwJ1l1g the r 111- 11ks and Uro minimum to rlreStj the nonnhal nleaEtlre of pratruaah at lions Our ttrrr builders la lUU9 adopted the pao al It is winning strnhe very Impdrfitut dude favors GlobeDemocrat I Made Them Refund- The JnJton3tru Commerce Conllnis sw1has awarded time Ulack Horse Company of Iauhrcky 1011- 1Iallon from the lIIuol3 Cueral Rall- r 1d Company amid the Louisville Nashville Railroad ComlulllS or1gl- natlmg lines the sum ot 31031 ore- xcCStilvo charges and errors made In computJIng welglus The tobacco corn Iruly brought two conghtrlntsln each of which the destination ot the tobacco Mexico and iii self cave tile Nntlonal Railways ot Mexico was named as a detClldant but the oom mission elnld11oo this rolhuy lS II defendant on tho ground that It had no jurisdiction over lt In both caseS tie commission held that while tile carriers could establish Ctrugh rates trout points iii tile United States to points is Mexico all otbcaco and other commodIties nevertheless tile freight tariffs med must show what propor ion of the rate was charged up to the border line Jlou aetr the two coup trues and the proporton till to such ine futon the Point ot orgln must be reasonable one ChtidronCry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA f beenause over years of and has made under hIs per supervision Allow ono deeeivo you this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgoodare but Experiments that with andendanger tho lCllltIl or Infants and ClilldrcnExperlcnce against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor OU goric Drops and Soothing Syrups is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor Narcotic substance Its ago Is Its guarantee destroys Norms and allays Feverishness cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic relloves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency assimilates the regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PonaceaThe Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMPANY TT Muun Tun NCWlO NaCM COASTER BRANES i8 WA ITEDABIDE AGENT FACTORY PRICES above factory mlddlmns profits buyinx direet Iri1I and nccial fffir rider nftnlol YOU BE ASTONISHED make Iear grade double OUrpric Ordrs thed received ranging from lurgain Ire TIRES The rtzular retail 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fiecustomersatatngthatthetrttreehaveonlpbeenpumped beingglvenbyfdsoperpairbutforidvertisin Notice the thick rubher tread A and puncture U and I also riot strip li- to prevent rim outtlog ThIs tire wilt outlast any other makflSOI ILAilIO andEASY tIDING the rider oonly S4SJ per pair AU eiders shipped same day letter Is received wt ship C 0 D on approval You do not PlY a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented We will allow a cuehdiscount of S per cent thereb making the price aetaaperpairif you insendingon are reliable and money sent to us la as safe as lu a- r- iceutWeknowWe want you to send us a trial order at hence this remarkable tIc nIT dont buy any kind at any price lrou send for a pair of atheescribes and quotes all males and kinds or tires at trout half the usual ricer but write us R postal today UU SOT TillS OF nUYING a wonderfutj Save 76 4 t BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 5 The regular price is roo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within fnvo days after seciug it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 25 Books mill stationery arc included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use BUSINESS COLLEGErxoo roaara- nI Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY f Hartford Republican Entered according to law at the Foetoltlw Hartford Kj man matter of the second etn y C M BARNETT EDITOR Tsrarao= rt- esCombrlar90- lough 3112FRIDAY MARCH 25 ExPr dent Roosevelt will now return to the United States and view tho havoc which his policies or rath er his teachings has brought about in the Republican party ffivcrnrWlllronhits wielded tho veto ax mercUossly einco the Legis lature adjourned but In motet instances trite Legislature made It ab solutely necessary for him to do so WhenevertUoPresident of the United States teaches and preaches Independent politics as ffllr Roosevelt did for a nnumber of yetis the only result which can possibly fol low will be a crop of persons who consider themselves bigger than the party Now this is alright as long as It only happens in the other camp but when It happens to us it Islnt half eo nice If Mr Roosevelt had jontlnuedi In the presidential chair un til now It would have happened to him Instead of Mr TaftITtoo Insurgent Republicans are awakening after they have slept with the Democrats for a short time JLo find that they have been slicing their noses to spite their faces They have not only humiliated Joseph Can non and we do not agree with all jtj things uncle Joe has done they have at the same time been disrupt ing the Republican party and Jn tire long run they must either seek shel ter In the Democratic home or be re tired to private life This Is tho only thing which can happen to them unless there is a general breaking up of party lines and the forming of now parties The Hartford Herald takes excel tion to our defense of Ohio county as against the other coun ice of the district In the apportionment of courts in the new court bill passed by the recent legislature We did not claim that we were given any les number of days of court but our ob dlstmlmItionty and the Interests of Ohio county and time will prove that wo are right In our contention Thirst this is an un just distribution of tho courts so far as Ohio county is concerned The Ohio county people have learned to look to us to represent tooni in such matters and we projioso to do it the Txsfc we can mid will indicate to them those who are responsible for this bill Tho Hartford Herald and Owens boro Messenger will look otter the interests of Davies county and pos Ably McLean and Hancock The Circuit Court bill changing the time of holding courts in this dtarld which was Introduced iby Mr Berkshire of Davltess county and evidently drawn by Davtoss county people Is a most unfair one for Ohio county and was drawn and Introduce without consulting any clUznet of Ohio couiiity so fur as we have been able to learn While the new law provides the name number of weeks for court we now have yet they are so bunched and arranged for such time in tho year as to snake all of them practically worthless to the county The flat term is to begin the Monduy In FVbruraryn time fourthI the roads are almost wnItersiv from reaching the county seat at all The next term 4s In April at a time when faun work is most pressing when the fanners are breaking Sound and planing corn The next tern comes the second Monday In Juno and covers tho period of wheat mid meadow harvest and wheat threshing The lost term is fixed for Uie fourth Monday in October and will usuallYI embrace the November I besides would como nt a time whon the sheriff Is winding up his collections and when he would taxI compelled to neglect that work its part of the work in the Circuit Court But this Is not all that this famous bill which originated in Da vie county docs to Ohio county the only reliable Republican county In the Judicial District It provides in all ten weeks eight of which come In a period of 16 In March April May and Tune while for n period of nhir tysixweekswe are provided with only two weeks of court Could anything more unjust be conceived CROMWELL 11Inrch 22The musical at Rev fhtelds Saturday evening was quits r ce iwarance Gnry and Claranco p31ti Morgantown were the guests r of Mr and Mrs E S Howard Satur day night and Sunday bir George Dennis and family Mr O B Travis and wife and Mrs V II Foster were the guests of Mr and Mm- E M Stevens Sunday Aunt Pruo Cox ot whoso illness we spoke lust week Is conisdered bettor Messrs Luther Llles and Tolbert Miller were the guests of 0 C and Roscoe Taylor Sunday afternoon Master Gordon Cox FordsvUle ar rived at his gatnd parents J W Cox Tuesday where he will rerrfaln the following spring and summer Mr Oscar Allen wind sheer ML Francis visited their aunt Mrs OE3 S Howard Saturday night Mr E W Jackson was a pleasant caller at E S Taylors Sunday A telephone line will be built from this community to PrcnXIs In a few days The work is already In progress Mr Claud Liles and wife visited relatives In Beaver Dam Saturday and Sunday From Another Correspondent March 22 Easter Is most hero with its beautiful eprJng weather and everyone is getting ready to wear i their new spring hat Sunday school is progressing nicely I at this place and will have some epecl al work for Easter The singing has Just closed under the lead ruhlp of Professor Sandefur Everyone was highly pleased with his workMr Charles Sbovenfc and Mrs Dena Collins were united in the solemn LOUI3VlUejThey Dr Pal T Willis left town on the 21 inst for a few weeks special work in a postgraduate course Tie farmers are making good use of the beautiful weather Uncle Jim Rogers and wife areaway for a weeks visit I Mr and Mrs Joe Coleman visited friends In town Sunday Mrs W E Wallaces sister from Louisville fu visIting here this week- MANDA F March 20We have had very pretty weather for several days and the farmers have taken advantage of It Mr S A Rafferty and wife visited Mrs Raffertys parents Mr and Mrs C M Stevens Cromwell Thursday- Mr Lon Raley and family have moved to this place The School Improvement league met In regular session at lIt Pleas ant Wednesday night March 16 with a large attendanceIMisses Dena Parks and Chloe Raf ferty were the guess of Mrs Laura Awtry of Baizetown Thursday after noonMr Seth Romney Oak Grove visit ed Mr I A Davis Friday Mr and Mrs Tolbert Milieu Cromwell visited relaltves at this place Saturday and Sunday Miss Danle Parks and Mr Joe Stewart spent Sautrday and Sunduy at Mr Willie Parks Rob Roy Mr Herbert Arnold was a caller at Mr Won Leachs from Friday un til Sunday Several from this place attended the sale at Mr Elijah Hoovers Sat urdayMr Frank Cranford is quite ill Mr Cartlain Taylor made a business trip to Plnchico last Saturday Among the Lodges Hartford Lodge No bib F S A M mot last Monday evening and confer red the third degree on Mr 0 D Carson of Beds An Interorting and VCIr pleasant eventag was spent by the numbers present err Rough River Lodge Xo 110 K of P met Tuesday evening and receiv ed seven applications for membership THiis lodge Is preparing to celebrate its anniversary April 19th by put ting through a class of about thirty and providing exercises suitable to the occasion Thosa members who have gotten in the way of stayilng sit home from lodge do not know what they miss every Tuesday evening err The members of Keystone Chapter 110 H A M should get a move on themselves and keep Wila chapter from losing its charter as it Is in great danger of doing by failure to hold regular meetings More Boys Leave Home Wednesdays Owensboro Inquirer jys Mr S J Hussey a prominent far mer of the Buford nelglxrrhood was in the city today looking for his sev mteenyoarold boy who Hie says Tan away from home Tuesday night with another lad of the name of Cunningham and he thought that both of them came to OwentJboro Mr Hussy reiportied the matter to the go lice department and an effort will bo made to locate the boys Mr Hun ey itemed to be very much affected by the conduct of his son who Ito slid was a very ambitious and Industrious young man and in relating the fltory to the police tears were trickling down his cheeks 4 mII 1- 10 o II4- II II I I hF liii no m YlUR SPRING CLOTHES ow that youre ready to have us open the ball withnew spring clothes and Ill were read to do it we intend to o en your eyes andYour pocketbook by m IIIIThis spring weve made special efforts to prepare for our friends an unusual display and stock of the finest clothes we can find J HART SCHAFFNER MARX t most perfect products in fine array of new and pleasing fabrics colors and patterns you I illIperfection of the tailoring B Ii SUITSillOur stock of suits offers a very I You will not see any similar goods anywhere else patterns used by Hart Schaffner m Marx are theirs exclusively and ours exclusively New ideas in Scoth cheviots new fine English and American worsteds browns blues in all sorts of handsome patterns stripes plaids checks weavesMEASTER SEASON await your pleas come too late We are at your service at all times This store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx clothes ill n E PU H B iiieaverWII II IIooJSMALLHOUS March 22lr R P Bennett Wife and son Mr Arnold Bennett of Beda have moved to their farm near hero to raise a crop They will re turn to Beda next fall Mr T R Barnard wife and daugh ter Mary and Ethel Hartford were KttIUngerhis regular fl1nmcut tit Equality church last Sunday Masters Barnard and Henry With rows Matauzas were guests of their guilt Mrs Alonzo France los Sun day Mrs Jennie Ball will move to Cen tentown lu the near future to be with her daughter Miss Sophia Bell who is quite sick at the home of her bro ther Mr Rois Morton lugs moved with his family from Livermore to the hone of his father Mr Sam Morton near here Air George RId Is on the sick Mat Sunday school will begin at Small house church next Sunday Mr and Mrs M P Maddox were guests of their daughter Mrs J C Hill near South Oanrollton Sunday Mrs Linn Cunnings of niir Pata dfeo is the gUM of her daughter Mrs Dud Allen Mr and Mrs Splcer Mfes Janle Boone and brother James Boone Nelson Creek were the guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Boone Saturday plight and Mr and Mrs Alva Galloway SUn day a m- Master Lee Robertson of Hartford Irwas a guest of Miss Ethel Hutfer Tuesday Mr and Mrs P L Wood Oeralvo was In our midst Tuesday wBALD KNOB March 23Bro Harper filled his appointment at this place Sunday j Sunday school will be organized at this place next Sunday evening at at1tendMrs Sude Taylor and daughter llles Enulous visited Mrs Jim Taylor Sun day evening I Messrs Oscar Alien Forset and Everitt Leach Mt Zion and Thurman Ragland and Ioda Raley Hickory at tended singing at this place Sunday nightMrs Charlie Smith and little daugh ter Marie of Select visited Mrs Dud ley Leach Saturday night Mr John Leach wife and grand daughter eGneva Rayner Manda were the guests of their daughter Mrs J W Taylor Sunday Mr E P Sandefur and children vise ited his parents Mr and iMrb Marlon Sandefur Horton Sunday Mr Jesse Torrence Horton visited his parents Mr and airs J H Torrence Sunday Mrs Jaite Paton Rob Roy spent Modny afternuoon with Mrs Annie TorrenceMr Sorrols and family and Mr Jim Goodman and family spent Sunday aft Mr Elisha Patens Mr J Wn Taylor went to Crom well Tuesday on business Mica Winona Taylor Is visiting her aunt Mrs Altha Smith at Select Mr L D Taylor went to Cromwlel Tuesday on business and took dinner with Dr Allen Several in this neighborhood have their telephones about completed Thanks for Kindness I desire sincerely to thank the good people of Hantford as well 03 those elsewhere who eo kindly in quired of and assisted in giving cheer and comfort to my dear wife during her Illness and in death tenderly laid her body away and tfaoQ iwho honored her memory with beautiful flowers May each of you bo blessed in life and in death may your reward be a home of bliss eternal C E SMITH FAIRVIEW March 21 Sunday school was or ganized at this place yesterday after noon at 3 oclock Mr J O Wilson was reelected Superlntendant and Mire Annie Myers Scerotary Mrs R B Wilson Mre L E Wilson and Mr R H Bisham were elected teachers Titers will be Sunday school here every Sunday at 3 oclock Let everybody come Rev G H Lawrence of Beaver Dam was wiih us Sunday afternoon and night In the afternoon ho assist T ed in the organization of the Sun day school and at night preached one of his entertaining sermons We are always glad to have Bro Lawrenc with us and trust he will osmo again soonMrs Lena Acton and Miss Rosa Conder Dundee were the guests of the formers fatherinlaw Rev T J Aoton and family Sunday Mr and Mrs H C Acton Dundee visited his parents Mr W H Acton and family Sunday Mr and Mrs J B Mitchell and two daughters Ella and Mary Louise Cedar Grove visited their daughter Mrs Effie Boswell Saturday night Miss Fannie Lawrence Beaver Dam visited Misses Eunice and Maggie Wilson Sunday night Mr and Mrs Fouzo Weedman ot Olarton and Mr and Mrs Tom Wil son and little daughter Stella visit ed Mr J R Wilson and family Sun dayMr and Mrs Ollle Stone visited Mr and Mrs Worth Raley Sunday evening Mr and Mrs C C White are the proud parents of a now eight pound boy Mother and child doing well and Kit is all smiles A WN YYMNA44dMA YES WE WILL BE Just as Glad to See YouAf As most any merchant in our town We have lots of pretty Hats and can furnish mother and sister brotherif I along You will find Miss Dawson of Louisville in millinerydepartment awful glad to show you generallineevery color and fabric Yours to Please A D SONBeaver t w n NMn u VI o t frSn t Ie tL IwHAT ABOUT THAT i II- i Easter Suit I f Our Mens Department is brim full the I leading styles and shades in Spring Suits The correct ideas are always found WITH US If its novelties in Neckwear Shirts Hats Hosiery Oxfords Underwear or Suits you are wanting be wise and inves tigate our styles prices EtcI r GO i I I V WHEN IT COMES TO DRUGS Or a prescription weve got the goods Weve got all the different lines of proprietary mtecHcInies and are prepared to fill your prescriptions Just as the doctor wants them Weve got the pure drugs and know how I 1 And weve got all tho bUSlness1 that go along with the drug euch as Patent Medicines Toilet AT d titles Stationery nearersat1stylngI believe we can come A your wants than anybody In our busi A ness Try us and Sea Our prices are l always rig- htIiartfofd Drug Co Incorporated JI TELL US OUR FAULTS- A iI mistake Is possible It is some times Impossible to prevent It fou may get a pound of butter A not t quite up to the mark or a doz 1 en eggs with one ro two of them j of misiplctous are DUTnnd this Is the chief point of thls ad you will find us not only willlmg but ANXIOUS to right L f rT theW wrongs You have but to bring such things to our notice to have them receive our Immediate attention t Wo want to get as near as pos Bible to perfect storekoeplns and do this by point you can help us to ailiugout our faults Let us enroll you as acustomer Ilers Grocery- r f Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 25 IlllnolsCentral RallroadTlmo Table At Beaver Dam Kv North Round NomdneB15ara SolttduelfcMpm So 102 dne SMS pm Nonltt3onnd1o121 m No 1111 doe 248 pm No 131 da S 05 p D New goods arriving dally at Canon Cos No floor covering lasts like Line leum Ask Barnard Co to show you The Hartford Mill Company has both black and white Northern seed oats for sale SOU Mr Otto Martin was In Lettchtleld Sunday We could not learn the ob ject of his visit Now Millinery never eio pretty rax maze Barnard Co for thai Eas ter Hat and qmIta When you are liungny and want something good lUll appetizing to eat visit Oily Restaurant 3014 The demand for more hair continues Barnard Co will supply Braids to march any color We can supply your wants with Fertilizer for corn and tobacco Careon Co Roll the baby In n Wagner folding cart Folds flat NolSleS3 and dur able Barnard Co sell them Call Tapscolt the Florist Owens boro Ky for cut flowers for all occasions Cumberrlalni phone 451 We have a fine lot of poundpoll ntB In blue light and gray also a nice lot of percals Carson Co Dont stop until you reach our store tho place where you can always get your wants supplied Carton Co Schlemmere bread freeli from the bakery every day at W H Mporo A Sons Will deliver only with otlher goods We have a beautiful line of decora tive and wedding plants A post card from you will bring a price list Tap scott Florist Owensboro Ky We still have good things Ao eat In the way of Flash and Cured Meats Lard Family Groceries aid Vegetla bIos W H MORE SON- Hartford j 1 Ky y r+ Mr J C Riley was Iri Centcrtown on business Wednesday If you want good tirat a low price you had better get busy Hartford Grocery Company Mr N E Burden Beaver Dam R F D No2 called to see us while In town Wednesday Dr E AI Kikeiiidge was the guest of his parents In Owensboro from Sunday until Monday Attorney C E Smith was In Marlon OrlUendofl county several days this wetek on legal business Mice Eunice Draper of Eanlngton who has been the guest of Mss Oracl Forrester returned homo Monday Attorney C M Crowe of the firm of Wilson Crowe was In Munfords vllle on legal business eeveal d1SI this week Hooker the hustling IlIr of the Hartford Ice Company was In Owensboro on business the first of the week Mr J B Stogner Centertown cal led to eee us Wednesday Mr Stogner will leave to a few days with h15I family to seek a location In Colorado Mr G G Wcd lteg traveling sales man for Axton and Fisher Louisville was the guest of his father Judgo R R Wedding Saturday and Sunday Noah White the grocer makes a specialty of the best goods In his line Sells cheap and delivers free Jn CrgoodMge4tsLard KyISeeSon Beaver Dam Ky In this Iusuc and call on them for anything In their line They are reliable people and will fulfill their promises Eld J L Tuck ofCentrnl City will preach at the Christian Church Hartford next Sunday morning and evening Everybody invited ot at tendMr Clayton Shown a prominent farmer wpm lives 2 miles north of town lost a flue mule last Monday The animal was sick only a few hours and cause is not known Leave your Laundry at Clevo Ilers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madlsonvllle Steam Laundry Madlsonvllle Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf EGGS FOR SALEPure Barred Plymouth rock eggs 1 for setting of fifteen Mrs John W Sandefur of rural route No7 Hartford Ky Tele phone through Hartford exchange If- MmD ll7 KincheIoe of Madlson vllle who entertained at the Opera House last Friday and Saturday even Ings remained over until Tuesday to visit her aunt Mrs Ann Bennett and cousin Miss Malmle BenncX Leave your laundry with Lyons Duke Hartford Grocery Company for the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond Indiana This laundry always gives satisfaction Prompt delivery Satisfaction guaranteed 28tf I am now handling a complete LIne of feed stuffs Bran Com Crushed CornOatsPouHry FoodCrocked Corn Crushed Shells and Mica Grits Also flour and Meal Strictly cash W E ELIIS 34tf Hartford Ky Mr Hoary Fields nail threo sons Clarence Ernest and Joshua who ac companied the corps o of wife and mother from Lafayette La to this place left Monday for Lafayette where they will resume their positions under the Southern Pacific Railroad Company Mrs J A Bennett and the heirs of the late J A BennoMi have told the old homestead on the No Creek and Beda rond to Mr Molten King Who has already moved to his new home Mrs Bennett will make her home wit her daughter Mrs C M Barnett In Hartford I havo moved to my now building at the foot of Clay street near the Tobcaco Factory Having turned my whole attention to the produce busl ness am prepared to buy all kinds of country produce and will pay the highest cash prices Have constantly on hand flour meal and feed stuff for sale I take this method of thank Ing you for past favors and solicit ing your future patronage W E ELLIS 33t4 Hartford Ky Rev E C Goodson Conference M slonary Secretary of the Metho dst Church South Louisville Confer ence preached an able sermon at the Hartford Methodist church last Sunday morning his themo being Tire Fel lowship of Man from the text Am I Iy Brotherrs Keeper He lectured Sunday night on Korea in an Infer esMns and ebbs manner At the morn ing services Mrs D H Klnfcheloe of MadlsonvlllCf rendered a solo which iris throughly enjoyed by tho congregation t e- V eww Mr W B Taylor wife and son Harney S visited relalveo near Rochester the first of the wefek Visit A D Taylor Son heave Dam for the best bargains lutes and most up to date goods You vliC find the latest and the most stylish milliner at A D+ Taylor SonS Beaver Dam Mr Orville Bennett who with his wife has been visiting Mrs Bennett parents Mr and Mrs T J Smith left Sunday for Ma home In Nashville Tenn Mrs Bennett will extend her visit a few days longer We detsiro to call attention to the mammoth ad on tho eighth page of this Issue of the Ohio County Supply Company The gentlemen at tho head of this house are practical farmers and know what Is best suited In machinery of every description for the farmer Bo sure and call on them while in townA letterfromMr lmC Bar nard Callvo Philippines Islands was received iby the Republican yesterday stating tliatSI r Barnard who Is con nectod with the United States army will start for home about April lath Mr Barnard will go to the Civil Hospital at Manila where lie will un degro a slight operation to correct an old break in his shoulder before leav ing the Islands hdur boys of the Heflln neighborhood ran away from homo lost Sun day and have not been located al though their parents are making ever effort possible to find them They are the sons fo Joseph Thomateson Ell China and Jack Russell piomincnt farmers of the county The toys range from thirteen to seventeen years of age They are known to have crossed Green river at Smallhous Ian Sunday night Mr J W Marks of the Engineers DeJh lDient L N Railroad station ed at Hopkhisvllle visited his par ents Mr trod Mrs T H Marks Sat urday and Sunday Mr Marks has recently been promoted to assistant en gineer which carries with It a nice Increase in his salary J W oa ho Is familiarly known by his friends and associates In Hartford Is one of the most deserving boys of the county and we are truly delighted to know of his good fortune as we are always delighted to record the success of any Ohio county boy I Baptist hurchISunday Is the annual Mission INext the Sunday School A special inns been proparedwhlch will be renderred rut the Sunday School houi beglnnlnnc at 945 a m The offering will go for Home and Foreign Missions Members of the Sunday School or church who canrjot uVend Sunday school will be expected to send an offering at 11 a m Pmchins by that pastor Theme The Hope Beyond the Grave Easter Senmim The promotion exereisse will be gin Sunday night which will bo continued on the Monday and Tuesday nights following The Rev J D Ad ccok Stato Sunday School Secretary will bo here to speak Sunday Monday and Tuesday nights Theso eorvlcea will be very helpful to all and especl ay to those who are interested in Sunday School work All nee iilvlted to uiAend these services The pastor will pouch at Concord Bairtint church at 11 a m Saturday and 230 p m Sunday Dr A H Jacobsteii t BR- OOpticians of the Louisville Optical Company IS 19 First Street Louisville Ky win ai skilled In correoltng rrois of re faction ol tho eyes with she lltos Improved methods are at Hartiford tor three days Thursday Friday and Sat unlay March 24 25 and 26 1910 at the Commercial Hotel Office hour 9to12amand130to6pmThey Hotel Beaver Dam Ky March 28 29 and 30 ConcretePavements t I am now prepared to do any kind of Concreting Give me a call All work guaranteed JX R I LEVHartford Ky j Mr wnav IspringI Dress Goods We show an array of beautiful colors and new figure designs in Lawns Organdies Dimities Ba= tistes Poplins and Linen Suitings frROSI9NBLATT THE STORE THAT SATISFIES J E FOGLE BLDG OPP COURT HOUSE Hartford KentuckyM- ADETOMEASURE Jn a- I S GarmentsHALF We can supply you mantailored garments made to your measure for not more than half the usual charge made by ladies tailors You can choose from 06 styles tholatest cre ations shown in the Spring Fashion Port folio of the American I Ladies Tailoring Co Chicago All of these styles suits coat 6 dresses capes and skirts are shown here in acv tual colors Ve will show you sam pIes of 238 fabricsall the new weaves and col ors Within ten days to two weeks we can have any garment made to I your measure in any style and any cloth I Remarkable Prices IMantailored suits made to your measure cost from 1350 to 4500 Dresses run from 050 to 3000 Coats from 800 to 3000 Capes from 950 to 2200 Skirts from 500 up These are for madetomeasure garments made by the largest and most famous tailoring house of its kind Made exactly as well and fitting as I fectly as the highestpriced garments made perI a w 7 t 1 A Prayer for aU Lawyers O Ford Thou flit the eternal order of the Universe Our human larva at best are but an approxmpiton to Thy immutable laws and It our in- stltutlons ate to edure they must Test on justice for only justice rests on Thee We beseech TJ1ce for the men who are set to make and Inter pret the laws of our great nation Grunt to aU lawyers a deep con eclousnC6S that they are called of God to see justice kno and that tJ1eoT prostitute a holy duty if ever they connive In the defeat of justice FlU them with a high determina tlon to make the law court of our land a very strong fontress of de fense for the poor and weakand never a castle ot opPrOSo10n for the hard and strong Save them from sUr rendering the dearbought aafeguards of the people for which OUr flllbers fought and suffered Rather revive In thorn the spirlt ol the great liberators ot the past thalt they may cleanre our law of ancient wrongs that still cling to it Let not the Woo of obsolete preeoodenls veil their moral vtsiou but grant them n penetrating eye for the rights and sarongs- of today and a qulck human syiupa thy wtth the lire and sufferings of the people stay they never perpet- uato the tangles of the law for the proms of their llrofcsslon but aid them to make laws so simple and justice so swift nail sure that the humblest may safely trust It and the strongest fearl t Grant them wisdom tto to refashion all law that It may become the true expressIon of the now Ideas of freedom and brotherhood which are now seeking their lnearna lion In humanity Make these our brothers the wise interpreters of Thine eternal law the brave spokesmen of Thy will and In reward be stow upon thorn the joy of being con Letous coworkers with Thy ChrIst In saving mankind from tile bondage ot wrong Amerlcan Magazine Cheap Clubbing Rates Wo have made an arrangement with tho publishers of the Inland Farmer ot Louisville whereby Wo are enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper one year for UiO The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Jour vat and one of the best taron papers published In tile United states Our readers should take advantage of this offer tt- rVm COOL SPRINGS olarcl1 16 Mr S A Davenport ot- Rocl1str sprat Tuesday night with Mr 0 E Scat tITs Fanny Scott and little daughter Emma and Mrs Llda Stoveas and daughter Founds were the guests of Mrs Agnes Tate Sunday Mr Clarence Iennhr and Mr M ll Tate went to heaver Dam Sa urday Mr Alec Wrlght visited at Broadway lines Monday Mr Clarence Dannis and fantlly and Mr 31 ll pate and fantlly were the guests of Mr Jim Shaver last Sunday 11r Jim Ornwbarger and family Rockpott vIsited friends md relatives Irare Sauriny and Sunday lILwes Ethel md Minnie Brown and Miss Ieari Daveuilurt acv vsitlng- lU3 Bessie Bryant Mrs Una Dutds and little daugh ters Crlnro Iud Thtlmu visited In Butler county last week Mr and tits Arrtllur 1l1er and laughter Miss Note were die guQ to- of Mr John Knight lust Smuluy Mrs Nora Ftilhn was the guest of Mtu Gideomb Tuesday eel n1g AETNA VILLE March 10 Rev llukiii filled lulu regular ulolntmuiIIIl tIi ZIon Sululsry- Mr and thus Arhur Turd ned ulll- 1dren IIIMort wore clue gUlWti of Mr- J Ii Loyd and fantlly faxlm Friday until Sulxlay Mr and Mrs Logan Smith nud chihted of Big Mudy Ill aTe the gue ti or Mr CJcutO Unvmau and famblyMT G W 11orren is very U1 of imply nt the home of bin uepha- wltr E H Menj nn Mrs Ixtfe Knott and son Ralph or Haynesville were tho guecun of her parontsMr and Mis Wm Lyons SIIunb and Sunday DIr and Mrs John Ai klnL1Oll1la- eruK tile guests ot then tttughter- Mee lanes Tierney Saturday and suDILllfm James Divans visited Mrs Norah Miller FottIstllle Saturday Interesting Items The sale of dairy cheeiu In the New York wholesale market liult year amounted to mare Ulan 3 1000000Volapuk one of tIle most lrelen- tious attempts at a universal language was Introduced early In the elghtles The number of accidents In street and seam rAilroads within the City of Now York was 66481 In whUo In 1009 the nWl1tlCr Was 1008I ed to 0261- 8xca lmperts in 1909 amounted 16500000 against a11oo00oo In 1899 coffee imports 86600000- agaiaot 56OOOboo In 1899 and co oat Imports 14000000 against 6000000 In 18J9 Insurance authorities tell us that It requires about 300000 new houses everylyear to suply our InCrease of- popukution and 80000 more to take the plnClt8 of those that are destroyed by tire Mme de la Roche has won an air pilots license from the French Aero club by flying four times around the aviation course tut Jlcllolloll n total distance of twelve miles She is the first womann to get this dstlncUon The United States Is first with ro gard to revenue derived from the telegraphs 29000000 while the Russian treasury benefits by 20 600000 Great Drlttan drawing 16800000 Germany 8600000 and France 7600000 for the year There JIIIS been a big increase In tho production ot salt In the United States ln the lat ten years Close to twentyf1Ve million barrels were pro duced In this country last year whluhwas In excess of any such period previous It has boon discovered by skillful observers that the average load of nevtar carried to the hive fry the bee is almost 319 of a groin so that the collection of one pound of nectar rc- qulres nearly twentythree housand foraging rxcurstons Inl1lanololls News raPointed Paragraohs When an aeroplane char10ur drops Its all up with him It you would please your neigh bor sty less than you thlnnk A man reaps what he sows and nips what his wife saws When a fool gets angry he fur nlnhes the proof of his foolishness 0 Cordella it Isnt called com mon sense because it is so common A mans opinions are subject to changesave the good one he has ot himself Anyway eplnsters and old bach elors always agree ns to how children should be brought Ill A woman shouldnt Je foolish aiout her age Its often better to tell the truth than to have tt gulSS at After it Is aU over the average man wastes a pot of time telling what lie would t1o if he had another chance How absurd it Is that the young luau In love with a pretty girl never thinks to lmvestlgate her cooking until It Is too lateChicago News IFAIRVIEW Mar 16Sewrul front tIlls neighborhood ntttndcd church nt Olatan Saturday and Sunday They repoi t largo crowds present both days Rev lrch Shlellls Cromwell win preach a thla place next Saturday and Sunday Mr Waiter Myers and sister Miss Ampe and Bertha Thonmus and Miss Paris visited Mrs Bessie K Acton Sunday ills DtSsJo F Action Schroader visited Jenda In this comm l1lY Saurdny and Sunday Mrs BIllie Autry vllted Mm T 1 Acton Tuesday nfrornlOOn Rev T J Acton and little laugh ter Ruby visaed his paronts Mr and Mrs T W Aetoli Mt Vernon Monday Sunday School will he ongandzed nt this place next Suuday ttfueraiOen at 3 oclock Everybody is lortllaUy- hl1Ited to come and tnke part In tide IntAroldng orgauizatdon and let us start in with a drermbralicn- to sucecod und male our Sunday scllo- as lively and intoreeting ns airy Concerning the Rib Hypothesis On aecoun of the light It niay cast on the creation of Eve the dls pltfch which tells ot rho nmystery In II man ot two more ribs thutu the normal numlwr will be hthresiting- Airatomicall the coustiutions of AlilmK lmelpnicot from a rib taken front his side while In a stake of umuevhcsla brought on by agencies we do not now understand hag at ways tqlpl1r11 to Je an impassibility not that Eve night have been constructed of a rag a rib and n hank of hair but three line been uo evl dance that Adam was atterwaTd short of ribs and it is beyond our concep tion that he should have had an odd rib thorn parts of het human frame workiDlvarlably occur inII1I9 In 9mq instance we refer to tnIOfe- alO two dtainetly formedi costal processes ptuoeeding from the vertebrae showhog UJlt nnn niiy not neceJSlr- llybo restricted to the number he wears at present that UlOumllds of years ago when the morning stars sang together lie might litave been equipped by nature with Oho very surplus needed for provLdlog him With a companion but what pludiges us Into futile opeculatlon is whlooother Ule factlofone r The Tobacco Producers The laws of KenutclcyespecLnl1y- extemJt from the operatonf of the antitrust law producers of eigritiu- ltumi producta Second the OrocoUus law legalizes the pooilag cantinas made by the farmers for their pro tection against the nranlpulstors of tho maretEk and provides that these contracts may be enforced In the courtsIt been assented by men who were shriving to jnduce the producers of tobacco to vote their contracts re- gniring them to pool their crop that they bad no knowledge ot spy such contllacts and could not therefore be held liable for seelcing to induce men to sell the tobacco when they did not know that that tobacco was In the pool- To meet this contention the Leg ls1aturo of Kentucky at the present session has passed an ao requiring that them tobacco pooling contracts be recorded In the county court like chattel mortgages thus putting aU buyers of tobacco on notice ttnt they could not thereafter plead igno rance of what was pUblic records Under these provisions It appears that the farTmer has aU the protte lion that the law can give tpite report 1s that for 1910 the tp1OSpoots ot the pool are bright The benefits of the pool have been manifest Evils havo come from lawlemnem nud in- Umdntlon With the power that the law now puts back of there contracts there Is less excuse than ever for any form of violence any method of Intimidation lien who make this con tract dine not violate it Whether it Is wise for them to make It or not they must determine before It Is made After it Is made it Is blind Ing This is as it should be The Tonic of the Country Town lbo who has never lived In n coml- tpy town has missed much Ho who had his first look UOpn the world front sonic little vUllage which at the dawn ot con clousneFs spelled all the world to stint and held In its bounds aU tile people will always lack some tiling In his sense ot his power ad justment to creation It Is In theum that the trueSt friendship are form ed Ube closest studies of human na ture provided tile moat last- Ing hold given on the etelmal truths Only us L little child can the king dom be eternal and that Is as true of the kingdom of earth as of that tin ot which it was first said W closer Into the reCOrds of hero boys off the farms and you will find that It was from the country towns moth er than the farms they came that I was some country vkllinge that h- spired the dreams fired the hopes and prepaled for timatflight to broatl er fields And they go back laden with guts not to the farms but to tile country towns to which they feel they owe so much Locating Clever Criminals Experience proves that the mien competent to plan trod execute crimes of a special character are JLm- Ud In number and they are definitely known When such crimes occur therefore the list of men wllo are in time line of buslllCFI Is ex numhmed Swne of them are found to bo In secluslandoing time sonic of them are known to Je out of Lon don In the repine of their business ottJ1ers are 11Oed to have been nt their registered addresses un the night of the crime So hy ohlllnlLtioll the list heoomo reduced to working dimensions and It le not drrICulit to go on oliniinatJng one 1I11IIJo alter another till tile dellnIUcn found But to find the crlmlra is often easktr titan to obtain cvidnee on which to charge hhnStraid Meat Supplies and the Demand If hero was nit open nld nd tree compeUtdon In the supply of meats the preE rut prlces would bring uut increased supplies and the prices would recede Of course it takes time to pro duce meat but the prices have boon going up for some time Time Department of Agriculture thlllks the rwm ber of hogs decreased more than 6000 000 last year but there have been wild fluctuations In time depalttment estimates which Inspire caution In using the figures The tact that for ten years the slaughtering of unl mats has just about kept pace with the populatten and prices have been advancing sraggtcts strongly that sntp lilies hive been restricted to the quantities that could Je marketed at advancing figures The New York Herald reports that the slaughtering of sheep calves lambs and hogs In Now York has been reduced ono half and the con sumptdotl of caresses brought tram the Wcet has greatly diminished There companies have for the prevent ceased making sausages and similar prcItra- blonsT hose concerns buy their pork and the high price of pork is too much fot them But it the demand tor moats has fallen oft ro much hnl local slaughterIng has been reduced one batt and the buyIng of Western meats haS been greatly rktiedet Why does not the decreased demand oc- caslotr reducUon iri prtcse Thwe 1s- no apparent reason except that tho business Is under n centralized con trot and instead oflowerlrig the price toostlmalo the demand the supply Isct down The beef trust I controls very muck of the local slaughtering In New York and the facts point to the quantity that can be sold at higher prIces Jibe New York Journal ot Commerco- 4f1e other day quoted a leather deal er os shying that the beef toost had tLS complete control of the supply ot hides domestic and foreign as of the supply of meats The two nat urally go tdgether The boot trust control ot the leather trust and it has a strong pordtion in the Arrgen tine cattle and meat business It has throttled competition in the ani mal Industry National Friendship There are no national friendships Only II few years ago while Russia and Japan were at War the sgmpa thy of many Americans was marked In spite of the fact that during the conflict between the North and the South this nation had no boner frIend than Russia Today Americans are not enthusiastic over the Jap anese whIch Js not astonishing but what is astonishing Is the sudden friendship between the czar and the mikadoLikewise Pervldlous Albion Is perfidious no more In thhe eyes of La Belle France On the contrary an entente cordiale exists between them Meanwhile the alliance between Franc and Russia the only ally left for France after Sedan Is in cold stor age John Dull and Uncle Sam are good friends today although they have been otherwise most of the time But the rnarnl of all this Is that although frIendships are not henna nent neither are enemies We may yet see Franco and Germany arm in arm As for the United States Us best policy always will be to carryout Washingtons idea of cultivating friendly relations with every other nation and avoiding entangling alliances with any of themBoston Globe For u An aching back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloans Liniment This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters It penetrates without rubbingthrough the skin and muscular tissue right to the bone quickens the bloodrelieves congestion and gives permanent as well as temporary relief Heres the Proof StSEWaehingtonDCwrites years ago r fall from a ecatoid and ferr ternblyattimeiall around rny stomach tats lust alf I bad been beaten with a club I used plaster I could get with no relief Sloan Liniment took the pain right out and I can now do as much ladder work IU any man In the Chop thanks to Sloans LinimentMr J P EVANs of lilt Airy Oar Says Alter being aShicted threo yoar with rheumatism I used Sloan Liniment and WI cured Sound and well and arn glad tosayIhavent been MyJegm knee Onehalf a bottle took thepan and Swelling out Sloans Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheumatism Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the jointsPrlcu25 sloan bookon elftoeeDr Earl S SIOII Boston Mass USA A Reliable Remedy Elys Cream Balm is quickly absorbed Gives Rliat alOnco It cleanses soothes JlrotCCtslhe bnlue resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold In time Read quickly te stores the Senses of Lame Back CATARRH RAY FEVER Taste and Sniell Full size GO ctaiatDrus gists or by ntahl In liquid form 7u cents Ely Bntbers CiG Warren Street New York I Jc jtloc P1reOt9Yoo County Circuit CourtT FBlrkhead Judge BenD Bingo Attorney W P Mldkltti Jailer E G Barnaad Clerk F Ux Master Commlsloner It T Collins Trustee Jury Fund T H Black Sheriff Hartford DeputleB 0 Keown an Lon Black Court convenes first Mon day tn March and August and continues three weeks and Third Mondays In May and November two weeks County CourtR R Wedding Judge W S Tinsley Clerk C E Smith Attorney Hartford Court convenes flrot Monday In each month Quarterly Quarterly CourtBEglns on the third Monday In January A rll July and October Court ot ClaimsConvenes first Tuos day In January and first Tuesday In October Other County OWcerC S MOIDeY Surveyor Ford vJlle KY R F D No 2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hart ford KyIt F D No2 Henry Leach Superintendent Hartford Dr A D Riley Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS D S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Ionday In March eadayaafte- r3r ter 3rd Monday In June Monday In September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December O E Scott Cromwell Wednesday atte- 3rd Monday In March Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September WednesdaY after 3rd Monday In December John 11 Mlles Itockport Prlday after 3rd Monday In March Friday after 3rd Monday In June FrIday utter 3rd Monday In September Friday after 3rd Monday In December J C Jackson Centertown SaturdaY after 3rd Monday In March Saturday of ter 3rd Monday In June Saturday otter 3rd Monday In September Saturday ofter 3rd Monday In December M C Cook Renfrow Tuseday after 2nd Monday In February TuesdaY after 2nd Monday In May Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August Tubday after 2nd Monday In November Thomas Sanders Wednesday after the second MondayIn February Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August Wednesday after 2nd Monday In Novem berC Y lilies Forsvllle Thursday otter 2nd Monday in February Thursday after 2nd Monday In May Thursday after 3rd Monday In August Thursday after 2nd Monday In November J L Patton Ralph Friday after 2nd Monday In February Friday after 2nd Monday In May Friday after 3r Mon day In August FrIday after Sod Mon day In November HARTFORD POLICE COURT C M Crowe Judge G B LlkensClty Attorney Sam Riley Marshal Court convenes second MondaY In each month City CouncllJ IL Williams Mayor R T Collins Clerk S K Cox Treas urer Members of Council T R Bar nard W J Bean W M Fall Pen Taylor W E Ellis E P Moore School TrusteesJ H Glenn chairman W S Tinsley Secretary C M Barnett C M Crowe and Dr E B Pendleton HELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices morning and evening every first and third Sun day In each month Sunday School 945- a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Itev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices every Sunday morning and evening Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J W Druner pastorChristian ChurchServlces every fourth SundaySchoolFord pastor C P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Sunday School 945 Rev T C Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 675 P A M meets first and third Monday night In each month W E Ellis W M C SecretaryUestone No 110 R A M meets every third Saturday night in each month It Holbrook High priest tv S Tinsley Secretary Hartford Chapter No St O E S meets second and fourth Monday even Ing Mrs T n Barnard W M Miss Willie Smith Secretary Rough IUver Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday night- S A Anderson C C J G Ieown K of n S Hartford Tent No 99 1 0 T M meets every first and third Thursday night R T Collins Commander L P Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M meets second and fourth ThursdaY night In each month Mrs Attye GrlfflnLady Commander Mrs Lula Pendleton Lady KeeperCarpenters Joiners local No 1881 meets tat Saturday night In each month Noah Skaggs Pres W D Luce Sec TreasAcme Lodge No 33J Y O O F meets second and fourth Friday night In each month A II Riley NOble Grand U D Schroador Secretary nedJolenday night In each month Walter Camp otJ1ecordsPreston Morton Post No4 G A R beforetheRogers1djLA S ot E National Officers C 0 Lrruyton Pres Greenvllle Ill I Sharp V IresBowling Green KI- F TreaslndlanapoState Officers J C Can trill Pros Georgetown Ky hartfordCalhounlyOhio I1amlyCD Ford Treas Hartford Iy COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry Leach Chairman HartfordIY N1 L Ii D Tichenor Hartford R F D 2 JrA Bellamy Whitesville Ky3 F D Baughn Hartford Ky IyIi6 J L Drown Itockport ly sIISPECIAL OFFER= Atrialoryourmouerefundd Souvealr CoUectloaaWeu- yManardw h yn- a 1 hIIS v IIopcCOIoooIo 11 IrrGU A91NTEED TO PLEAsE Wills pISBNDre4a111ebtardelwIn OooraUoDsued cufLW BuckhteUG8 Jl11 Dunera I For 1l8r3IIoa r CrM Daag8TT O EBt41TM BARNETT SMITHJ ATTORNEYS AT LAw HARTFORD KYIWill practice their profession In the courts of Ohio and adJoining ties and Court of Appeals Special atc 17 tentlon gIven to aU busllies entrueteta- to their care CollectIons and the Pray thee of Criminal and Real Estate Law SpecIalties Office In RepublIcan bulling FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw f HARTFORD KY Will practice hIs profession In OhIN and adjoining counties and In the Colof Appeals Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty Office In the Her aid building YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice hIs profession In all the Courts of Oho and adjoIning counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary PublIc OffIce over First National flank JOHN D WILSON CDAS M CROWR WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will praotioe heir profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties and In the Court ot Appeals Special attention gives to criminal procure and to coMeoUons Ofitoo on Main St opposite Court House and prompUT obtained m TRADEMArKB WoblD PATENTS THAT PA dnrtle thorn tboroughty at cur expeme an41ae1p JDU to neesend model photo or ketch for FR EI report SURPASSING Jhook on rrotllable laknte write to + w 503505 Seventh StretWASHINGTON D C KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings EJIIGUABAH ncrdrnodelSnwa1ra0 deke how to obtain paten CDP etc IN ALL COUNTRIES l14bU direct with IVashfngiosare sine and tiltpanne Exctuslvetrwrite1113 lOath eneet IP tTn11t4 State Parent Once I WASHINGTON D C 1EXPERIENCE 1DEslaNS GinventionaSentrecNTRepeclaleotlcswithout scientific RreEkan rdrseItci6ca rtBrD I SEEDS I j fr Rlllbl llIIranl4 to Planteriboa PureIsuperior IIIL merits IIFORCOLLECTIONI nIt ails ITuIoUOt1IooWlo1oo II sadpcklnptkr with or Kew sad Inetl Oa0I08 Oul4 co1311Coae t j 4 Y 6 A tn J4 NINE CRiNAL CASES J IN HANCOCK COUNTY The Jail is Empty and Has been Since Vacated by James H Parrish The Hawesvllle Clarion says Fri day was the last day at the filing of suits for the March term of the Hancock county court which con f vencs In this city Monday March 26 for a term of one week nnd the docket Is lemgthier thane usual In rom mon law there are ten suits while In equity there are eleven There Is but one now divorce case und only one continued from the last term There ore nts criminal cases but four of them Include two cases against James H Parrish and one against Otis Parrish It Is not expected that any of the latter four will be called tar trial The Jail Is empty and has been since James H + Parrish was taken away to the penl tentiary In fact excepting the few days that Ab Adkins was In Jail Mr Parrish has been the only Inmate for something over n year The criminal cases on the docket are for minor of 4fensca The most Important civil suit of the Haweavllle Waterworks company against the City of Hawes vlllo for services claimed ot have been rendered during 190809 r Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts Jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and muffs All work guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford Pressing Club Record Breaking Boat Trips on Ohio Recalled What was tho fastest boat trip ever mado from Now Orleans to Louisville Tho question started a stoy of the river and river life In tho times when k the steamboat was at the height of gloryThe In its race from New Orleans to Louisville In May 1853 maw the fastest trip ever made but V tho greatest boat race ever run was between the Robert E Lee and the Natchez In 1870 from New Orleans- to St Louis The Lee and the Natchez left New Orleans on May 30 on their famous race to St Louis both boats were stripped of all excess weight carry ins no freight and a passenger list t of only the families of the owners and officers of the boats The great boats which had been built for speed and elegance cost hundreds of thou sands of dollars and hte officers and crew plded themselves on tho speed of their boots The Lee led the race all tho way and made the trip In three days eighteen hours and four teen minutes the Natchez which was claimed to be the fastest boat over bum reached St Louis two hours later after the Lea had tied up at the levee It was stated that tho captalpi of tho Leo tied towels over every steam gauge In the engine and the boiler room and allowed no one to see tho dials A crew of men was kept knots bacon and resin and throwing it Into the coal box that greater power might be generated The race was run for a bet of 10000 a side and It would be 1m I possible to say what figure the total of the wagers made on tho two boats would reach but great sums of money changed hands At night all along the river groat bondfires were built by the people who watched with intense Interest the splendid boats and whoa tho Lee T reached St Louis great crowds cheered the boat as It mado the landingThe groat race oni the Ohio river was between the Eclipse with Capt Sturgeon In command and the A L Shotwell with Capt Elliot in com mand The Eclipse left Now Or leans at 10 oclock May 14 1853 and reached Lulsvllle Just four days nine hours and thirty minutes later Tho Shotwell claimed to have left New Orleans at 10 oclock May 17 1853 and to have beaten the time made by the Eclipse by two minutes Certificates however signed by some gentlemen at Now Orleans and 2 others at Loullsvllle showed that the Shotwell left New Orleans teem six teen to twenty minutes earlier and arrived at Loulsvlllo from one to four minutes later making the trip in four days nine houra and forty six or fifty minutesI g These two great boats wero pow erlal side wheel steamers furnished eilganntly regardless of cost nand vise in every particular far superior to any boats now built n the Eclipse and Shotwell fS r Who rrace boy ts had not started using coal for fuel and used only wood and at nights when they would t r t I be attempting to break nnd make records and would be carrying as much steam as the boilers could make great tongues of fire would stream out of the smoke stacks of the boats and It was necessary to keep two men on tho hurricane deck of tho boat to pevent the sparks from setting the boat ablaze Mark Twain humorously drib ing a Mississippi river boat race of the long ago said the captain Mk ed How Is the draft in the furnaces and the engineer answered Good I Every time a nJgget opens the door to throw In a stick of wood wood and nigger both go out the stocks These races were beyond doubt the greatest ever run on inland wa ters and not all people realize that while the world has mado great progress in modes of transportation the railroads with diners Pullmans sleepers and observation cars the transatlantic liners with cold stor age fresh and salt water swimming pools truly newspapers printed on shipboard and the wireless telegraph great developments vcr tho accommodations of forty years ago the campfort beauty elegance and size of the steamboat has slipped back instead of advancing Tho olU river men shake their heads over present craft ibut men tion the Lee the Eclipse the Shot well and the other old boats and they again drift back to their young er days when the river was the high way of commerce and the great steamboats were places afloat ITo wcure LaQrippe and Colds la 24 hours take QUICKSCold and LaQrippe TABLETS II your drug fht does oft keep them send 25c to J C Mendenhall Medicine Coy Eriiiviiieiit and get them post paid Guaranteed Last Years Forest Fires Fire played less hovlc In the wood lands of the National Forest States last year than It did in 1908 although the number of fires was 410 greater phe Department of Agriculture has protective value of the work oC the Department Is shown In that 1 almost eighty lIe cent of the fires were extinguished before as much as five acres had been damaged 2 less tha onEhalt acres to the square mile ot National Forest land was burned over 3 and the amount of damnge done to the burnedover area averaged but 126 per acre For the twelve month ended December 31 last thero was 3138 fires on the Forests 1186 caused by lo comotives 431 by campers 291 by lightning 181 by brush burning 97 by Incendiaries 38 by sawmills and donkey engines 153 by miscellaneous and 758 by unknown agencies The area burned over was In round fig ures 360000 acres of which about 62000 were private lands in National Forests as against some 400000 acres la 1908 Some 170000000 board feat of timber was consumed of which 33000000 feat was privately owned as against 230000000 in the previous year The lots In value of timber de stroycd WAS lets than 300000 of which close to 56000 was privately owned The loss of the year before was about 450000 Damage done to reproduction and forago shows a re markable decrease less thaw 160 000 being the record for 1909 and over 700000 that for 1908 The largest number of fires occurred in Idaho 991 but the great in crease over 1908 in that Stato name ly 573 Is entirely attributed to fires in the Coeur dAlene which were extinguished without material damage Locomotive sparks were accountable for 611 of the blazes in this forest last year The explanation of the In crease in the total for all Forests Is to be found in this Coeur dAlone in creaseThe Report of the Forester for 1909 said of the fire record of 1908 That year was one of prolonged drought during the summer and fall and of disastrous forest fires throughout tho country The National Forests suffered relatively little Albout 232 191000 board feet of timber on 006 per cent of the Stand was destroyed A total of 2728 fires was reported atwhich 2089 were small fires confined as a rule to an area of five aCTeD or less The cost of tire fight lag exclusive of the salaries of For eat officers was 7328333 This sum ted to the proportion of the total salaries of rangers and guards properly chargeable to patrol and fire fighting was less than ono= won loth of one per cent of the value of the timber protected estimated at an average stumpage valuo of 2 per thousand Stops tile CoIl heals the Lints QUICKS COUGH MEDICINE If sot better then any back OnYcJ C MENDEN TALL VAIWVUA 1NO yl Rules Adopted by a Wise GIrL As she was passing tho other after noon In getting something out of pee pocket a young woman dropped a sUp of paper on tho ground One saw it and picked It up Intending perhaps to return It hut a glance at the cloancut angular handwriting Inducing him to read it through and herds what lie found 1 I dont tot a tuna smoke when ho walks or drives with me If he knows no better than to do it I promptly tell him what I think of It 2 I dont give my photograph to anybody I used to occasionally but Im wise now I should hate bye and byo to know that my face might be hanging up In Tom Dick or Harrys room 3 I dont lot a man take my arm when he walks with me If ho does I tell him I prefer him to give me his arm 4 I dont go out with a man just because he asks me to I like It bet ter If ho asks another to go toohis sister for Instance 5 I dont let any man see me home from church If he hasnt got gumption enough to take me there and sit through the service with me he can say away al together 6 I dont let any roan give me a present unless It Is something of trifling costlike fruit or flowers 7 I dont encourage a man who Is not perfectly polite and agreeable tom mother Whoever calls on me sees a good deal of her 8 I dont allow a caller to stay later than ten oclock If ho does not go at that time I tell him politely that this Is my custo- mPlattHarrisonControversy Hardly was the body of the late Thomas C Platt of New York In Its grave when the statement was pub lished conoamdng the alleged failure of PreJldonc Harrison to carry out an agreement to appoint Plutjt as sec Wary of the treasury This was followed by tho publication of a letter written by Mr Hrarison In 1900 to his former attorney general W H H Miller of Indianapolis In that tatter Mn Harrison in antlclpallon of such a charge being sands at somo time after his death declared Itihtvt he hall never givten Platt or any other man a pledge of any appolnitmonit prior to his election In a ttotomerit ac companying the letter now says that Platt did mike an offer tt have 500 000 raised to help Harrison In 1SS8 If he could have tho promise of naming the soontltary of tho Inferior Miller aiya this too was negatived by lIar ifcon Shako of the Grip or your old en emy Nasal Catarrh by using Elys Ceam Balm Then will all the swelling and sptrenoH be driven out of thhe tender Inflamed membranes The fits of sneezing will cease and the dis charge as offensive to others as to yourself will be stopped when the causes that produce it are annoyed Cleanliness comfort and renewed health by tho use of Cream Balm Sold by all druggists for GO cents or mailed by Ely Dros 56 Warren St New York I House Bill No 156 During tho recent session of the General Aombly not a few meri torious educational bills losing ton betterment of school conditions In Kenntucky went down to defeat Ono bill however has made Us way successfully through bollh the houses of tile General Assembly It is to the credit of both houses that house bill No 156 passed practically unanimously one voto being recorded against 16 In the House The bill originated in the House and provides for a County Text Book Commission with power to adopt ifor use In the common schools of each county a uniform series ol text books and regulating the priers thereof Tho underlying thought 1m tke hill leto establish the right of hone rule In tho matter of selecting text books It gives to cities the right to adopt their own school books inde pendent of the county because the term of the school in the city is long er than that in the county Another Important feature is the provision for improving the person net of the county board by doing away with the County Judge and County Attorney as members of the board and substituting therefor teachers who are uoutally engaged In teaching schools lurorloperatoo ly hoped that the measure will be promptly signed by the Governor whet it reaches him Why Not Read The- Courier t JournalHE- NRY WATERSON EditorI VfK CAN FURNISH YOU THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND TI- LEWeekly Courier Journal Both One Year For 150 We can also give liberal combina tion rate with 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DRAUGHOMS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE gnlcoRPOArso EVANSVILLE PADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS s F vuFt f Spring Announcement i Ohio Co Supply Go IRD MARTHiPre3tdeDlt I you be to the We no JI Case and Call and our I I Starch 22Wd have several cases- of measlcs In town J C Warden fa able to be on the s4reot again after a lingering IU- IWf of three months Mrs C Carter and Mrs Ann Mille r are confined to their rooms with Is grippe Mra A n Rowe has returned to her homo attar visiting friends and relatives in Owen MU Mutggle Biker has returned homo after a vlnlt to her stater in VirgtnioI le visIting friend MIHa Laura Rowe after it buainea- trip to Teunuas is home again Alvin Rowe and wife have rNurnel- uunte afi n rip to 1rruLvJJb- lMr C Ovrrlon is tmpmvtag h- roaldenee on Main sA D Howe lIud ron sap plat machinery In thdr 111101 for the spur pose of anuaufaoturtug wagons allli buggies J1rw Fiankls ItOe h s moved tooo bee mrw home fill West 1al1I s IIu Laura McPJheraorh hear return ed home after n visit to relative ID Dwltw ahtnly- M1e3 Lola Whtoe1 has rrttrned- harn home et GClII Springe sites at- tendiTl who 1 Ntv Ow pact term Mr E Rowe lain puruhaed rtehtidence of O K ltowe on 1tStreet 11111 Noticeto all frlcmbers of A S of E in Green River District T6uraday April ith Is Uw dAto ror icgotg the Drrrgutar lQurJlTn1 I- at e Oomuwln of tilt GNNl Itive- r r riot Tobacco Growers Deaprtmen t A S ofJ lhltl convention sill lJe hddlu calhoun McIin emtnty Qd will eottvene at 10 n m and will ho- comlJofEcJ of OliO delegate smut ouch Local Union In the r the mCUhbcrs of the pvoral Com ty conmttttc with u prrseing In vltJtloll to lll m tubers of the A S of E to be IJrt60JtTo riwlu Calhoun you should come to Jhilr- mor In time to meet II boot that wlll be nt the landing at that pia- al ca 9 a m so please let us know tile names of nil the delegak from your locals not lAter than April let that we may have ample tl111O to arrange for your passage on beat tram Livermore and also for your comfort while In Dtchean countys capital 1 Plea nUend to the selection of delegates at once that you may te arranged for and send your names In t I tr JnJuj The YPMammoyth Hardware Store1 Which has been established for the benefit and convenience of Ohio coun ty farmers having purchased xts supplies by carl ad lots in to secure the lowest prices and give the people the benefit of the low rates secured thereby desires to announce that the house his better equipped than ever for the 1910 Spring trade We are headquarters for all of Hardware Field Seeds and are also agents for the International Harvester Company and can furnish you Binders Mowers Gasoline Engines Manure Spreaders Binding Twine Etc cheaper than anyone else in the locality Ito us for which we tliank you n ad- Vance and we will Gall the fact that all who have pledges Ill thtlt poose lon to pleas bring them Sl that we may have n report from all counties at this meet- Ing as to the amount poolde J R WELLER Pree S D Sac March 23Roy Pr1ua fllkrd his roular Dlt Taylon own Sunday and Sunday night are and Mr guests of lr8 enfOnjjI and Mrs at le guOilL Mr Sllaa- Taylnr near RlVt11Id Mrs Dbargahvat Taylor whom UlJ1IIs we nwrntoned licit week to 1m prm1bg- Ir and Mrs It W Taylor spent SMuntay and Sunday w4th Mr and Mrs Elbert lIunley Hopeavvll Mr Richard COnater EnnJs was fJ few days week Mr Cltlrik Denon vJ t lrIon Rhoda Williams spit Sunday rhrtgltt with Mis Pearl Davenport Mardi aro vary busy Ice the pre ty wttvthor has como 1lhvh Onptmt S e bri3hh returtytd tJI Braver Dam attre n wsel ss v1 t to her DurQ d Black IJ on the stck Iht Mr J I Cnlemmn anti wife lt211- hLJ str3r 1Qlt1t II oI Render M ss list Sunday Mrs Culors or Sol Ot anal Mr Otuley StOPI11J of tluts place were nvunaled in Louytlo Lae WOOOOS slay Troy will make their future hom In Batvor Dam Mr J L Allen and fanny YLitltcd tilt Mr Joe Shul zed laat Sunday Mr Jm Cox who lass Teen sick for aymo time is able to bJi up again Mr S L Stevens and E W Jack sots are In the northern Par of the county reviving Equity Dhse MInnie Read and niece UJtle Galda Shulth of Urdoa Hed her brother Ma W H Reed of thd9 place laj Saturday night BUGGIESOur line of and Surries is and we youmanya mistake if you do not this line before buying ABRATCHER We desire you to examine our line of Plows Disc rows or with tongue We are also headquarters for the famous Wire Fence and can you in any line or kind of wire at the prices buying Edged Tools should careful select brand handle other IIn for Engines examine enormous OHIO CO SUPPLY CO CENTERTOWN E IT Ikrrlct4ogetlte- wklh order kinds poolinI ROBERTSON WYSOX appolrtmetl Shelbysnaghbjrhoods Sundayd Jamese isn atoMeTualday- Mlsa COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE i4rmer3 17JmWI- 11ntle neLghborhood- vJ buggies complete examine especially Cultivators whether tongueless American lowest consequently ItWeTraction Threshing Machines kindISELECT rIaroh 22Dorn to the wUe o Phelps llaTch 10th a fine girl Mother and child doing fine Mr S S Raftert who hJs very slek with lagrlle Js getting her Mrs J W OD1nnon of Hartford visited her lX1reIIlS Mt and MN- D W Stewart a tow days laB wk- Str Win on Smith hu told one of- h1s farms to Mr Wimp 800 Meeste Tom Torronee and Joe Doug has have moved on S M find J S JMIIcs place to make a crop Mr J Stewart und family sUed Mrs Edmonds ot near GttIl1iver Sunday J S Arbucblo who le clerkIng In th Oty HeLILuralLt at Hartford was n- ome t h Sunday Wlr6tJll Smith ot Rowan county wan In town Monday on bu4neio- Sias Iiohehner of near Ilrtlonl eras ill town Sunday There will ha a union Sunday ne2io- orgaaaized 1 hero Clio fpurth Sunday f March Everybody Invited Prol Jolmie Wallace of 1trIIIncas here proepeotag for the shoo 8t UrlbyIMillerTaylorI The marriage of Miss Ulxlr MIIi of Herbert Ohio coun and Mr- Cliarlos Taylor of 1Vhrr Tillyavn qultely solemnized at 11io Homo jf Roy M J Cox WedeLd v at 103 oclock In the 1w erc fn few tllends and relatives RI Cox oW- eLatlllg Tho only atilJllS wer- Mtas Nora Taylor u s1r of the groom and Mr Earl liJlr a cousli- of the brkdQ Mrs 1uylor was a- tractlvoIn n JuUldmme tm coat aul with hat to mach Tim bride Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Virgil MU IIprominentVhttcslIIu nelghborhoc Tlhe youp couple will make theIr homo svllh ho- Ilalen of the bride at llerbfJlO- WOI1o1001 Inqulror I Resolutions of Respect jKniGhtsKy March 24 1910 I Wihere3s It has befallen to tifir b- thcr m Joshua Fields to eaduro Ithnt I sweat hour that has ever rbefallo n JdVOfedfroomerbe It resolved 7tast tIh16 lodge extend to brOther Fields iedpestl tympany In Isla bereaveme s oj J 4 y J INCORPORATED the assurance that our hearse got out to hum to thelOfS of his dear mother who was sunshine and hap plness In his home himfcome from mortals no matter how etrongly they may be bound IJoge41er by the bonds of frarornlty to an nil- wise Providence whoso decreES may not be understood here but will Je I greatnboyornLIle I rcrolvcd further that a copy of these resoltr dans be furnished our brother and copies to each of thc county noUspapeorn for pUlJlca lion Reepeettully SUlm1tIted J DEII IHE ELLIS TWEDDELJI IProg mme I Easter exerclfS Cromwell Union Sunday School Cromwell Iy lI 1310n mhi PreludeOrganist Mrs Dukte Jamol Op9nhIJ Chorus rho Easter Light by ChoolISoT1g Here and Tro Etorywhero- hy1a1 soldlcT and Gnldt1 Rule class ELcter Conoort Gl1etltlngMlIw Rog ors Aim Simpson Cnrlio D3miJ- MJd11 9J P 1I11IIulI IOlwdr0Easter BannersLoyal Soldiers and Teuchete I SJQIgSchooIItcclttttlon Restored Cor1no Til Lord Classtoystrose IIovel 1 Rccyalfon Send tJI6 Tiding VJctrWdllhs Sptrtsg I ISon3 For 1tChWrIRecltlll1otJ MlnLstry or Jeaars- Alma Simpson t Recitation Multitude FedMahe Dunn R cltaton The Peetof DothClSdI Y rusJRecitation Christ and La 1Iary IIcdhh I RCCJtJallon 0 Calvary Lone Cal VDJryGerrtrudeoDorchI lRloa Wal llliOe 1Bei1oedkt1onZ Jf lOTTO C MARTIN seerot cry I I I S Troasurer I I Har suit very best PLrilJdllle Hartford Ky TTT TTTW4 t2Merchandise tNow on Display i t Ourstpre is filledwith new goods the seleet- iQIlS if made during the past months in preparation for the opening of another style period Our purchases have been on a more liberal scale than ever before and the rangeof stylish goods is greater We have ep6ntttchtinle ins preparation fot this evvtint studying thoutputs Jof Mills Workshops and Factories zonlously ill order to secure the best in everytn for you As a result of our labors we are abo toflbryou lit Ic orally the pick of the bo best tiA splendid array of dependable merchandise tirj qualed jA values J superior ill styloJustathing 1lpply your assist to your entire satisfaction e- tiVo want you to see oureplondid spring lines 41 +cas we lay them beforoyouas examples of our 4stbiity to serve you efficiently w- h4eis our + highest ailn rIg Vo extend toI alla cordial invlflttron to visit 4 ourstore when o tin search oft3pjing merchant dise L t r fr RESPEOTFULhY tCA SON L Hart LiscwrporatedI ford 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