You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican: n. Friday, April 8, 1910. The Hartford republican. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan, Hartford, KY 1910 hao1910040801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: n. Friday, April 8, 1910. The Hartford republican. Barnett & Milligan, Hartford, KY 1910 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii Mt t rurr UqubIxit4uatgr r i j iFfjneJ Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THI PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOt XxII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY 1 FRIDAY APRIL 8 1910 No 38 ii GRAND JURY WILL INVESTIGATE Judge Stout Orders Probing of Legislative Rumors Third House Leaders May be Called to Explain Connection With Many Bills Fiankfort Ky April 4 Judge R L Stout began the April terms of the Circuit Court here today and created a sensation by giving explicit in structions to the grand Jury to make a full and complete Investigation of the charges of bribery made against members of the Legislature recently InsessionHe the grand Jury that there was but one man more contmcpUble than a legislator who sells out his neighbors and friends by taking a bribe to vote against theln interests and wishes and that is the man who gives the bribe He said to the grand jurlors I dont want you to think this is a mere formal charge I want you to make an earnest and fearless Investigation of this alleged bnlbery about which the State press has beem teeming for weeks No particular legisla tor has ben named as being guilty but If there Is any truth ini these charges 1 want you to fasten it on the ones who are guilty The scope of the investigation is untrammeled The grand jury can sum mom before It es witnesses all members of the General Assembly which adjourned sine die on March 15 also the best known members of the Thiri House those who were identified by newspaper accounts with the operations of that extra conBtUutlon al body and who at no time have entered any dental of such connection When there itflrst hero rumors current concerning alleged wrong ful use of money to influence legis latlon Judge Stout was importuned to call a special grand Jury to in vestigate the charges but he refus ed at the Umolb do so saying that he would Instruct the April grand Jury to make all Inquiries into the matter Now tho matter Is in the hands of the twelve men who were im paneled today and who si for sin days unless by an order of the court they sit longer It Is within their power to summon witnesses from all parts of the State and to inquire of these witnesses on oath what each knows or has heard concerning tho alloga dons which have been given publicity in the press or on the streets or anything which in any way will tend to help in ascertaining the truth or falsity of the charges In view of the fact that thereTO cently has been a legislative in quiry in New York and that there has been a grand jury investigation In Plttsburg it Is of interest to re view the provisions of Kentucky Jaw with respect to bribery The punishment of a legislator who is convicted of acoapiing n bribe la forfeiture of office fine of from 20Q to 1000 ten years suspension of his rights of suffrage and forever to be barred from holding a position of pub lie trust or profit It la not known if the present grand jury Investigation will go further back than the session pf the Assem bly just closed There was all innta of talk concerning the BradleyBeck ham Senatorial race of 1908 but noth- Ing over came of it and the charges of spending money generally were re garded as baseless or even It true not to be proved Of course the most noted piece of legislation in connection with which rumors of illgeal uso of monpy were rife was the County Unit bill which was defeated in the Senate by a small majority after passing the House of Representatives by a vote of better than 2 to 1 But those were other bills which were mentioned including the Now comb telephone Trillj placing there public utility c 11 niS1nder the control of the State Railroad Commission and prescribing maximum ratXoithe sxsielau8ttbetolrrlsv111e rjpcrbll1 ire the defeat of which Its bookers profeeeeb to lead the 1 ittio J ltberaluse ofmoney as the only poe slble reason why it should have been kept off the statute books The State press devoted most of ltd spaceand by the State press one must be understood to mean the smaller newspapers outside of Louis vine Lexington Paducahand Owens boro in criticism of the defeat of count option extension to the pub lication of lalegeed pledges of members who were elected to the Senate to support that bill and drawing the inference that for some ulterior reaso apart from a change of vlewpointthe members singled out had voted against the bill or toad1 found it con venient to be absent when the bill was agitated on the floor of the up per branch of the Assembly If the scope of this inquiry be ex tended to the length to which it may go some interesting revelations are expected When placed upon the stand members of the Legislature Houselmightluminating insight into conditions which hem in the course of the body politic as exemplified in the biennial Assembly sessions at the State Capi tol In the columns of the Loubvllle Continued on Eighth Page TORNADO STRIKES CENTRAL CITY Terrific Wind Storm Unroofs Many Houses snd Smashes Plate Windows Central City Kyu April 6at 11 tb smornlSgja tornado struck Central City 8 much damage to trees and shrubbery a property loss of perhaps 42000 and injured one lady seriously The weather had been threatening but just before the wind struck the town the atmosphere was clearer than it had been all morning In qn instant signs were torn from business bouaesand whirled round aiil round until they struck a solid ob ject The roof of the new brick build lug of S J Czites on Broad street Wag partly torn off A large metal stack torn from some building was carried with immonce force straight up Broad street until it struck the large plate glass window of the Barnes Mercantile building The window wag completely demolished Tho roof on the large warehouse of T Q Fortneylocated on Center street was torn off and the heavy plate glas windows blown out The roof of the barn In which the handsome bay horses of the Moore Undertaking establishment were housed was blown away and one of the horses Injured The worst damage was just at the foot of Flint street as that street goes into the South Car rolltou and Greenville road Two houses of Mrs Llllle Mann were blown off their foundation ten feet and left flat on the ground crumbling the chimneys as though they were made of sand The house of Joe Monaghan was un rooted the porch twisted from the front and the doors broken In At the residence of David TsofBalnscr the wind lifted the front porch from the front of the house carried H over the house and deposited directly in tlo back The work was as neatly doneI 03 though by carpenters The heavy windows in the front of I the residence of David Salsberg were destroyed every particle of the gloss was sucked out into the wind not a particle of glass was left on the Inside The small Btcfehouse on the grounds of the Kentucky Midland was completely demolished the walls falling out and tho roof dropping In Their dwelling was also badly injured The most ludicrous feature of the whole storm was the action of the large gray horse of far Creel John Oaten a fourteenyearold boy had started from the poetoifflce two blocks distant and caught she Jar- nadoon Broad street The norso tough weighing 1200 pounds was caughtup and together with buggy and boy was swung over into a va- tcant lot striking a telephone pole lw its passge and tearing off ono wheel The boy was dropped on a pile of fishing poles and when the house coujd rot react the ground It buckj m es fasts It could until gnotmaatatartedto r l1r j i CONTEMPLATE GREAT CELEBRATIO Completion of Canal Will bf Marked by Exposition BallingerPinchot Committee Sees Lively Tilt Between Attor ney and Chairman Washington D C Aprll2It Is probable that in the summer of 1915 at the completion of the most stu pendous work over underttaken by man a shipwaterway connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans at Pana ma there will be a great celebra tion in Washington taking the format an international fair and ex position The city of Washington as sisted by Senators and Representa tives from Maryland and Virginia and also to some extent favored by the easbern states attempted twen ty years ago to secure an internation al exposition at the capital of the United States but after considerable work had been done a powerful lobby of Chicagoans got the ear of Congress and calmly carried the big show to Chicago This was the quadrennial of the discovery of America Twenty years ago Washington was little prepared for a great exposition such as have been held often in Parls twice In Vienna la London Philadelphia Chicago St Louis Buffalo New Or leans and Atlantabut now the capi tal city is at least twice as capable In entertaining and lodging capacity as she was in 1890 Since then a Union railway eiatlonvthe flccet la the States if not in the world has been built many new hotels have been premed hundreds of apartment houses have sprung up and electric railways reaching to all parts of the surrounding country and towns have made as it were ono city of Washington Baltimore Alexandria Rockvllle Fyattsvllle Takoma Chevy Chase and Falls Church thus taking in as it wore an area capable of offering accommodations to a half million visitors But the greatest Improvement reclamation of the Po tomac Flats and their transforma tion into a beautiful park In the center of the city as It were for this park lies between Pennsylvania Avenue the White House and the Potomac River The park Is prcffjctly level of ample area and admirably adapt ed as a show ground or slto for a worlds fair At Philadelphia Chicago and St Louis it was necessary to travel for miles from the city in order to reach the expositions and the fatigue suffered and tho time lost going from lodgings to the fair and returning greatly Interfered with the enjoyment and the educational bene fits that might have peen derived The Potomac Park is in easy walking distance from the center of the city and easily accessible by already established street car lines from all parts of the surrounding country There is a plan to secure if possible exPresident Roosevelt as president of the exposition Leading bush ness and professional men In Wash ington have united In an effort to secure his acceptance The Board of Trade the Chamber of Commerce and other citizens associations of the district are interested In the movement and there i sstrong probability that the greatest of human under takings will be celebrated at the capital of the country most vitally interested in the completion of the Interoceanic Canal The events of the week in Congress have been interstlng but not par ticularly sensational Mr Root has finished his speech upon the admin istration railroad bill In which he expounded the Constitutional question Involved and marde the important admission that there were certtaln carriers in the country that would be exempt from the operations of the sections regulating i stockS and bond issues The Sonata committed investigating the high cost of living of which Senator Lodge is chairman found a pretty tough witnecsjn Wallace Pierce of Boston yesterday Mr Pierce In plated that the tariff hid advanced prices and when asked for specific Instances be promptly gayethem cit Iris a number of articlesla common i I1iw uSe on which the prices had beet advanced due he said to the Payne Aldrich bill botroeNBallingerPinchot Investigation Committee In which the antagonism whclh has seemed to exist between the Attorney and the chairman from the beginning of the con troverslty was emphasized and in tensified Congress not think Congress can finish work and adjourn by the 15th of May as predicted by Senator Aldrich Champ 1stwillI Pleasant Surprise The Ladles Aid Society of the Bap tist Church at Beaver Dam gave a most enjoyable surprise dinner to Mrs J A King one of the members of the society on last Tuesday af tor noon at three oclock The occasion being Mm Kings birthday Mrs King Is known in Hartford and Is the mother of R W King the Jeweler To make the surprise more complete the members of the scolty did not assemble at the residence at the regular noon hour but waited until the afternoon when Mm King had gone to a neighbors Naturally she was greatly surprised when she returned home after being sent for The din= Ing table was laden with things most tempting to the appetite and tho occa sign was one long to be remembered by Mrs King All of the children of Mr and Mrs King were present with the cxcetplon of one daughter Mrs Lola Igleheart of Oklahoma COMMITTEE CLOSES DEAL FOR GRADERS Makes Thorough Investigation pf Various Machines Be fore Purchasing The committee appointed at the January term of the Fiscal Court to purchase road graders has tin=ed a deal for them The following report to tho Fiscal Court embraces dealls of the transaction To the Fiscal Court of Ohio county We the undersigned constituting the committee heretofore appointed to purchase eight road machines to be used Un working the roads in Ohio county beg leave to report that af ter thorough invesllgalon of the machines manufactured by tour machine companies viz Perfection Machine Company The AustinWestern Machine Company The Indiana Road Ma chino Company and tho J D Adams Road Machine Company wo have pur chased eight machines from the J D Adams Company consideration 23000 each We purchased said machines af ter having seen the various machines manufactured by these companies op crated and being satisfied that the Adams Machine will do the most WOT of ho best class at the least expense to the county We found that said machines run lighter move more dirt and leave the road dn a better condition than either of tho other ma chines investigated We also found titan said machlcies will do a class of work towit Widen the roads by cutting down adjacent banks in a more satisfactory manner than either of the other machines and that the machines purchased were the most practical machines investigated for use dn Ohio County Wo found that we could purchase the Austin Machine or the National Machine at considerable leafs than that given for the Adams machlnethe Perfection machine being about the same price as the one purchased but we were of the opinion that the ma chlcij purchased would be worth much more hatn the difference In the price of the machines to Ohio county Respectfully submitted C E SMITH 0 E SCOTT W B TAYLOR Committee s Commercial Club Meeting There will be a special call meeting of the Hartford Commercial Club at the court house hero next Friday night Important business will come uprof nterest to every citizen Le- ttheiebe a large attendance Come and bring R friendytM i Ts R BARNARD PrestI w Y a ROAD WORKING I PLAN AMENDS- Parties May Pay Release Price Before Gradey Comes Reports are to The Effect Thai Plan is Meeting Approval of Everybody The Fiscal Court of Ohio county met in regular session at the court house in Hartford Tuesday all of the Justices viz B S Chamberlain J C Jackson John H Miles O E Scot M C Cook T S Sanders C V Miles and J L Patton being present Judge R R Wedding and County Attorney C E Smith were also present Routine work has claimed attention of the court for he greater part of time session The matters of detail In working the roads under the now plan was gone over and the previous order conceifning same was amended to show that the J150 which each road hand may pay and be released from read working for a year Is to become due and payable when warned to work by tho district overseer and the over seer is authorized to warn said hands at any time he deems proper to do so This amendment relieves the necessity of waiting until the road working crew reaches the section of the road on which the hand Is assigned to work before payment of him may be de manded Road Supervisor W B Taylor re ported that contracts had been mide ill five of the eight district forltie teams to pull tho graders during the season The magistrates reported that overseers and operators had been rec ommen dod In nearly all of the dis tricts It only remain now for the contracts for pulling graders to bo closed In the three remaining districts and the arrival of the machines for the work to begin in every part of the county Reports from the magls tiates are to the effect that the plan is meeting with the approval of the people almost universally most everyone being delighted with the Idta of being released from road working on tho imyment of 150 Tho Fiscal Court yesterday ob cry ed the operation of a gasoline trac tion engine by the Internation al Harvester Company of America within a view of ascertaining the ad visability of purchasing one or more of these machine to pull road grad ers with An expression has not been heard from all of the magistrates with reference to the matter but It is hardly probable that any engines will be purchased at this season They were well pleased with the work of the machines but the outlay for same will be considerable and it is raher the opinion that the funds should be expended this year at least In placing the roads In us good con dillon as possible Supervisor W B Taylor has the road matter well in hand and he tog- Ether with the ovreseers nnd co operation of the magistrates In the various districts will we predict da the county splendid work with highly satisfactory results- A committee from the Town of Fordsvllle composed of Mourn W S Gaines and Godsey reported to tho court that the town had accepted the proposition of the Fiscal Court to the effect that it would build a mile of turn pike roads from the city limits if tho town would pike its main streets to the limits thereof It IB deemed best however before the county builds the pike adjacent to Fordsvllle that steps be token to change the rood to beter ground the present road bed being so located that a pike on same would be Impractica ble r A Hotly Contested Road Case The petition of R I Barnard and others for the establishment of a new road in the South ehstern part of the county was tried before Judge Wedding Monday The case had been stubbornl fought between tho petitioners and a small faction of the land owners for almost a year The viewers reported establishing the road some months ago and fixed amount of damages to the various property owners who had not given tho right of way and to ertyI ownres filed exceptions being repre anted by attorneys Heaverln Woodward J P Sandefur and Mack Porter TheDcase was submitted to a jury and after being out only a short time they returned a verdict sustaining the re port of the vIewers in Ytcallyo- very point and ordered the road opened Davist rest dente on Griffin Street Tuesday morn Ing about five oclock after a linger ing Illness A post mortem examina tion by doctors Ford Riley Wedding and Taylor revealed the faD that Mr Davis death was due to cancer of the stomach and liver He was In the 46th year of his age and was a good industri ous quiet citizen He leaves a wife two sons and a daughter besides numerous friends and relatives to mourn his death Funeral services were conducted by Revs R D Bennet and J W Bruner at MU Herman church nt 1 oclock Wednesday after noon after which the Interment took place in the cemetery nearby Runaway Boy Returns Some weeks ago we gave an account of four boys leaving their homes near Heflin the sons of Messm Jooph Thomacson Ell Chlnn and N M Russell All the boys returned within a few days except young Paul Kuibol and his continued absence caused his parents untold worry Mr Russel having employed every means to obtain some clew to his whereabouts He was doubtless more worried than the others bemuse of the extreme tender ago of to bOa3 he was much younger than the others After having sent Mr John Johnson a neighbor to a number of cities and towns ln the southern part of the state where it was thought the boy or Some trace Of him might be found he had post card photographs made and also a cut for newspaper and poster use and PAlL RUSSELL had taken steps to offer a reward and flood the country with posters hoping thereby to find hIs ecu On Tuesday evening a telephone message announced that time wamlrug boy ww returning home and had retched Utica In Davless county The glad tidings being aunt by young Samuel a cousin who met up with Ruteell by accident at Utica The boy was BOOH at home with his happy parents brothers and sisters where a glad family reunion took place tho wan derer detailing his many experiences and hardships with the promise that ho would never undertake such a trip again Ho had been in Hopkins vII Ie Princeton Paducah Harrisburg Indiana and qulto a number of other towns In the post two weeks and re ported that lie had only slept in a bed ono 111gJ- tSometimeg boys necessarily must take some severe lessons before they are able to appreciate home find loved ones and it is hoped that these boys have had an experience which will be of much benefit to them throughout life CEDAR GROVE April 7Dro Harper Beaver Dam filled his regular appointment at this place Sunday and Sunday night Mrs Lou Berkley is visiting her brother Mr John Henry Thomas at Narrows this week Prof Leslie Greer of Bowling Green visited Miss Maggie Wedding Monday and Tuesday Mrs Kate and Lydia Daniel are visiting their parents ut Lelthfleld I this week- i Farmers In this community are very busy preparing to plant earth Mr and Mrs Wayne Boswell visited Mrs Boswells parents Mr and Mrs J B MitchelSaturday night and SundayWe glad to know that the Road and Bridge Commissioner Mr Nut Boswell is building new bridges in I this Community ns they are certainly 1 neededt qfr- r LI 4lyf t r i p k STRANGEPUBLICATION Letter Said to Have Been Written by the Christ Those Who Have a Copy in Pas session Immune From All Kinds of Trouble Country papers throught the Southwest are printing usually at the request of subscribers what purports to bea letter written by Christ In this letter was anlIjuncion that It should be published to the world by whoever found It together with the statomcnt that mlstarune and bad luc would follow the person having possession of It In the event that It was not given publicity There Is likewise a promise that whoever may have a copy of this letter In his or her possession will- proeger and be followed by good fortune The promise and the predic tIon sewn to have had such effect on many persons that the spread of this loiter bids fair to equal that of the famous chain prayerwbch swep over this country and England a few years ago A number of persons have sent cop- Ies of the letter to the PostDispatch with requests that It be printed In many cases the explanation hasIbeen given that It was sent the er by some friend while In other In- stnnces it Is cUpped direct from a newspaper by the senJr One of the latest of those to furnish a copy of It to the PostDispatch Is llae Lalirant of 1201 lfarshall street Little Rock Ark She states that It was sent to her by Mrs J E Atkins of Jonesboro Ark last September and says I have had several dis- appolntmens Jut otherwise my life has been very plmrant since this let ter came into lilY hands AccordIng to the history of the letter as It ls variously recorded It was written by Chrlst jUt after his crucifixIon signed by the Angel Gabriel 99 years after the Saviors birth and presumably deposited by him under a stone at the foot of the crossOn this stone appeared the legend Blessed Is he who shall turn me over No ono knew what this Inscription nreiut Or seemed to have sufficient curiosity to hnesUgate- untU the stone wets turned over by a child and the letter which follows was discovered Whosoever works on the Sabbath day shall be cursed I command you to go to church and keep holy the Lords day without any nmnner of work You shall not Idle or rnlsspcnd your time In bedecking yourselves of costly aigoarel and vain drisdng for I have ordered It It day of rest I w11 have that day kept holy that your sins may Im furglven you You will not break my command monta but otaono anti kFeir them they being written by my hand and spoken trout my mouth You shall nut only go to church yourself hut also your murclant and meld ser rant Ohre wry wordy and learn my commratdnuaets You shall finiatt your work every Saturday nt G oclock In the afternoon at which hour the preparation for the Sabbath begins I advise you to fast five Fridays In tie year boglnnlng on Good Friday and continuing the I FrIdays following in rememberance of the five hlllOily wounds I recelVlll for you and nrauktnd You shall 1we ono another and cause them that aTe not baptized to come to church and receloO the holy sccrameutthat III to say baptism and then the supper of the Lord and be made a nteinber thereof and II- Ito doing I will give you long lIfo and many blessiiogs Your land shall be I replendlahed and brIng forth abun dance and 1 will comfort you In the greatest temptation and surely lie that death to thu contRary shall be cursed I will tj tiend hardneF of the heart On them and especially on hard ened and unpeaitent urrbclleera He that haUl given to the poor shall find It profitable Remember to keep holy the Sabbath day for the seventh day I have taken as a testing day to myrelt And ho that hath Q copy of this letter written by my own hand and spoken from my own mouthand keep oth it without pu llahlng it to others shall not prnbpor but he that pUb lIshoth it to others shan be blessed by me and II their alas be as many as the stars at night and If they tmI Iy beUeve they shall be pardoned land they that bolllve not tits writ- Ing and rpyCommandments will have rri plaguls alonyop and you will be consumed with your children goods I cattle and aU other worldly enjoyment that l have given you Do but once think of what I livee uttered for youU you do ItWIUoo wen for you ins this world and is the world which Is to come- Wbosoeyer shall have a COpy of this letter and keep It In their house nothIng shall hurt them neither pestilence lghbening or thunder and If any woman be In birth and put her trust in me she shall be delivered of her child You shall hear no more news of me except through the Holy Scripture until the day of judgement All godnem and prosperity wall be In the house where a copy of this letter shall be found Finished From the hands of the child who found It the letter Is sold to havo passel Into the possession of a ron vert to the Christian faith For some reasonpossibly because of the per secuttons to which Christians were frequently objected or from fear of rIdiculethis convect failed to have the letter pUbllhed He kept It however as a sacred memento of Christ and as such passe It on to hs eldest son who likewise transmitted It and thus It came down through many generations but never was published the tradition being that when It finally was given pUb licit It had been In this one family for more than a thousand years During all this period of time the story goes the family suffered repeat ed and continuous misfortunes Dis couraged members had migrated to countries other than that In which the child had livedPalestine ev- identlyand at last one of them came to America bringing the fateful let ter with him Mrs Fannie Wortman of Marion Ind Is more or less familiar with the history of the letter shrce It came to America The family having possession of It settled in Virginia still keeping the fact of the letter a secret It seems that descendants of the Virginia family moved further South still followed by mlsfortUti and finally the last member a daughter approached her death bed One story Is to the effect that with the death of this daughter the en tire family which had for so many centuries dlsabeyed the InJunction of the letter and with dire results was extinguished At any rateand this Is Mrs Wortmans understandlngilie daughter on her deathbed called a neighbor woman by the name of Thompson and turned the letter over to her relating Its history us It had come down through a thousand years o more Impressed by the story she had heard from the lips of the dying girl and by the text of the letter the Thompson woman immediately began an attempt to have It published and It appeared In the Rome Ol Tribune Oct 31 1891 From there It was reprinted In the Dalton Ga CItizen and Mrs Wortman now laving at Marion Ind clipped It and retained It In her poseiilon for ninny years Recently Mrs Wortman had It republished In a Marion paper stating at the time that during the time she had retained the letter In her posse sumn without having It published or altompting to she has had a species of bad luck which she attributes to her failure to secure publicity for the letter Mr Ruble Crutchfield of TrC2eValtT- OTIn Is another woman who claims that having the letter In her Iseslon without securing Its publication haJJ brought her a varied lot of mis fortunes She retained It for three years then Induced the Greenfield Tenn Times to print It From the revival of the pUblicity glen the letter by reason of the actions of Mrs Wortman In IndIana and Mrs Crutchfield in Tonnersee tt has spread far and wldeaud continue to each week as before indicated BUFORD Too Late for Last Week March OFarmers are getting along nicely with their work Some are pilanting corn and garden and setting hens Misr Belle Hussey who is teaching school nt Rod Hill visited her parentS Saturday and Sunday and attended Sunday School at this place Sunday afternoon prot J P Holbrook and wife of Orlando Florida arrived last Thurs day to vinit their parents Mr and Mrs J D Holbrook and are talking of locating tn Kentucky Mr Gilbert Holbrook Owensboro and Mrs Charles Tlchenor of Russell vllle were nt the bedside of their mother Mrs J D Holbrook who has been sick so long and Is gradually growing weaker laut Friday Mr Archie Taylor Owonsboro visit ed relatives In this community last week Mr Mrt Kirk wife and little daugh ter Edith May Clear Run visited Mr and Mrs R p Kirk from Saturday until Sunday Mr Joseph Hamlett and family wer the gums of his Inotlber and Wife Mr and Mrs John Hamlett from Sat urday until Sunday FORA NEW J FOOD SOPPY Importation and Breedin of Selected Game Bill In CongressReclamation of the Arid and Semiarid- Regions Representative Broussardsbill providing a small approprdaUonl for the Importation and breeding otselected domestic and game animals will have an immediate hearIng before the Ag ricultural Committee of the house The Information that will hll suh hearlngjare report Col Roosevelts hunting trip has called special attention within the past six months to the ceraln adaptation of a number of valuable Afrlean game animals to conditions existing In our Southern and South western States Maj FrederiC Russell Burnhamh an American hunter and naturalist of the foremost authority who served as chief of scouts with the army of Lord Roberts it South Africa has lately presented this subjeCt with convincing effect ond- CILpt FrItz Duquesne an Afrikande- of r distinction has been urging the same proposition before leading member of Congress and In the course of his lectures The conclusions rocahed by there leading advocates are fully Supported by all naturalists who have given special study to the question and We may asSume with confidence that this undertaking will have the enthusiastic support of Col Roosevelt upon his return to this country The remarkable sllnllarlty of the arid and semfard regions of some of the Western and Southwestern States to the African veldt and desert lands has been par ticularly marked It Is maintained by detailed comparisons that there can be no doubt of the successful de velopment of vast numbers of the most useful and harmless game anl mal or Africa on the lands which are now lying waste In America These importations would replace In great measure the loss suffered by the heedless and ruthless extinc tion of the AmerIcan bison and ante lopes An Important food supply maybe obtained In this way to offset the noted shrinkage with the opening of the century In our meat supply relative to population The prarfe and farm lauds upon which our domestic animals Uve would not be encroached upon by this imported game as their range in over a country which will not support cattle and sheep Futhermore there are vast stroches of swamp and marsh lands In the gulf states which may be reclaimed by the Introduction of animals like the hippopotamus waterbuck and var thug which feed upon aquatic plants and are greatly serviceable In Africa In clearIng the water couroes tor drainage and tmnsportation A recent report In the Now Orleans Times Democrat details the destruction of the river fishing industry and the pollution of the waters Iby the congestion of part growth and there Is no possLble measure of relief so cer tain and cheap as the breeding of animals whore nature food J1 this vegetation In spite of his enormous bulk and formidable appearance the hippopotamus Is Shy and harmless and his range Is confined to the Wa ter courses The value of the hide as well as the flesh of this and other adaptable animals can be learned by any serious Inquiry Proposals which at first sight may look odd and chimerical to the mass of our readers will be seen to be matteroffact propositions when they become famh- liarWashington Post Its the Worlds Best No one has ever made Q salveaint meat or balm to compare with Duck lens Arnica Salve Its the are per fect healer ot Cpts Corns Burnsnruls- as Sores Scalds Dolls UleersEcze ma Salt Rheum For Sore EyesCold Sores Chapod Hands or Sprains fits- 25c at al druggists m r Dont be Afraid of the Comet there has been so much written and published about the visit of Hall ys comet that the nervously In dined are lying awoke at nights wondering what they are going to do when the heavenly vltItor smaShes Into the earth Everything from absolute annihilation down to havlng our eyes lungs and houses filled with comet taU has been anticipated by the illinformed It is therefore with considerable satisfaction that we are told by a writer is the Century Miiga- zjne that nothing dreadful Is going to happenTo be sure this astronQl I r rff hunt been on earth since Halleys comet cameas cloSeto this mundane sphere aa7t Will on May 18 1910 sO experienceYfigurIng things down to a although they are d6alfng is millions thegounces and he figures out safely for us all during the visit ot the comet The comet Itself is traveltag at a rate of 2000000 miles a day which expressed colloquially is going some If It were a hot mass or metal or nickel or burning liquid and It it ran into terrestrial open switch ox telescoped Itself on Mother Earth there would undoubtedly bea cats elasm But the comet Is being steer ed by R power higher than that of anp train dispatcher on the globe and Is not liable to get oft the main line When the nervous ladvidual Is final ly convinced that a headon ors rear end collision Is impossible he Im mediately turns around and declares that perhaps we will all Ie smothered by the comets taU The writer in the Century Magazine makes plain for his fellowmen however that even this Is a possibility so remote that It can be placed In the category or the Impossible The head of Halleys come Is made up of meteorites either of tine dust or bodies several feet or several miles for your astronomer Is charmingly vague sometimes in his measurements In diameter These meteorites consist of iron atld about five per cent of nickel The taU Is guteDUS appendage and highly rarefied It would be Invisible Ifit were not for certain lions ot elec trlclty given off by the sun When these lions combine with the mole cules ol comet gas the result Is a train ot electrified gas as It were which becomes visible It is not of such density that it would interfere with the breathing of the Inhabitants of the earth even if the world pars ed through it or it It swept over the world This should be cheering news to the worried Individual who wonders If his life InsuranCe covers death by a comets tailor whether any one would be left to collect It after the 18th of May It would teem that all of us can sit tight and enjoy the visit without feeling that before it Is over we are to be swept Into oblivion TImes Star ChlidranCry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IA City Alluring and Deceptive Farmers Institutes are passing mournful resolutlooo over the fact that not since the rebellion do we find agriculture conducted by so many old men women and children as In the present times They thInk that the condition Is mainly due to In croose In farm taxes and dlscrlmlna lIons favoring great corporatlonsdrly- ing youg mon from the farrru These things may have something to do wltli It though certain It Is that young men of the farm never escape high taxes or corpomtlon oppression by ml grating to thr city But doesnt the real cause lie In the early training or erroneous training of the children of the farm What are the youth of the farm taught What Is held up before them as the desirable aim of life Is It contentment and happiness or riches and social or other position Isnt It pretty much a matter of ambition And amblnon Is very largely a matter of early training On the farm the young man can have good food an essential to good health good clothes remunerative work independence and a mighty sight bettor society than ho Is likely to strike eLsewhere Nlnetrflve out of a hundred farmer boys find in tile city Impure atrdlseaoo of some hart wages that cost of city living reduces to less than they could demand on the farm bossism more or lees brutal and most Inferior social surroundings Still they give up the manhoodJJulld Ing Ute of the farm and flock to the excitement and possible luxurIes of the city They are not taught the difference between the substuntlais of life and the luxuries Their ambition If cultivated at all Is not directed toward the real substanttals In their farm home life they are not shown that city business lIfo means the struggle of superlative selfishness and merciless greed that social position often merely means Thaws of higher or lower degree that high position of any sort only moans drain on vital reSources slavery to Irremediable conditions and premature old ago The youth of the farm are not taught concerning the substanthils that lie within their j reach on warned against the lies the subterfuges the vanities and disap I polntments to which they would ly at the early dawn of manhood And verily the old man the women had the children are doing the farm work to a surprising extentPhl1adelph1 Star i r To Iceep out draughts moisture and ifjhealth tJreest in r TYOUNG MENS SUITS RAINCOATS AND CHILDRENS SUITS M llaf clarecl bDAVID M PFAEIIER COMPANY This brand has been manufactured for nearly a quarter or a century tduring which time It has risen from an infant industry to itl present gigantic size- Honesty of purpose and meritorious merchandise get public conft 1 deuce and hold It This make of Young Mens and Childrens clothing can only by found on sale here a- tCARSON J COMPANYtiInoorporatot- Hartford Kentuclt7 Almost Butcher Shop Riots To prevent a riot among 300 excit ed Ghetto Jews some of whom are stockholders In the Independent Jew Ish butcher shops and other followers of the regular kosher sellers the police arrested about iitteen of them and broke up a meeting at a syna gogue at Fourteenth and Oarr streets last night at j oclock A meeting was called to consider the settlement of the situation growing cut of the closing of the socalled trust shops According to the POlice President Nathan Harris of the independent forces and bls followers lied into the synagogue at Fourteenth and Car streets about 5 oclock two hours before th e antiIndependents came around When the latter arrived on what they thought was the scheduled hour two hours later they were dumfounded to find Harris In the chair Instantly a demand waS set up for him to vacate the chair According to the police a score of men wanted to preside or have their friends pre rvde But Harris and hIs forcost stood their grounds The uproar became ter rifle the wrangle In Yiddish sound ed to the police like a riot They took fifteen of the debaters to the Fourth District Station There they found that no one would lodge complaint against another and the police releasEd aU The only names learned by the police were Harris Vice President Blum and Secretary Rich of the lade pendent shops faction The kosher meat famine trill he ended today when the fortytwo so called trust butchers who closed their shops saturday night will reopen The settlement of the roublo was brought about by Rabbi RosonfLeldrtls worked to bring about a reconciliation The trust butchers will sell meat at 14 cents w1thout bones and fat and 13 cents with bones and fat The cooperative butchers charge 12 cents and will not say whether they include boneS and fat or not The trust butchers say that they have proven to the people of the Ghetto that they can not get along WIthout them deImandedor go without moat They say that over half of the people have gone wIthout meat since they closed their shops The cooperative butch ers claim the trust butchers closed thinking that the cooperative shops could not supply the demand Which they say they have done They say that they will gain increased patronage as a result ot the War 0 Five Courageous Girls According to the Louisville Courier Journal lIve Lafayette lndglrls are going to South Dakota to take up homesteads Each ot them will enter a claIm of 160 acres of laud They will be required to live ouo the land for fourteen months after Which It will become their property It requires a good deal ot courage to do that sort of thing but it the girls persevere in their undertaking it will result pofttably In file Celebrated Oklahoma rush many years ago- a Kentucky woman secured atract of land Which eventfully beeam very valuable Since that time there have been many such instances Tlie In dlana girls will endeavor to secure tracts o1 land that adjoin each other Should they succeed 1n doing so they- will have ono another lor neigbors and will not he ao belated as other 1 1a wise would be the case They will find hardships to encounter at best during their enforced residence on their claims These will be minimized to a considerable extent by sensible cooperation It these girls have had any experience In farm life It will boo valuable to them In their Western enterprise It they have not there Is a great deal they must learn and It will be mthet surprising It they held out for the fourteen months which Uncle Sam ex- acta Should they succeed In the venture they will have proved that they are made of the material of which pioneers are made There are a good many young men In this country who are not doing much good for themselves or anybodY 1- e1 Some of these might well emu t late the example set by the five cour ageous Indiana girls tabsStops the COUI Lan QUICKSMCOUGH If not better thenany other money back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINe CO BYANSVtlLBIND 0 0 0 MAILED FREE My Price List and Cata logue of Greenhouse and Bedding Plants Write for a copy before placing your order else where FREE to ALL A Post Card will bring ttJohn EyeRackebrandt Greenhouse PRINCETON K- YFIIRBANKSMORSE t Gasoline Enine Pumps water grinds food IItdW I corn c Works every day at a Small cost to operate AU sizes for tJall purposes Send tar cats 1cgue 802 I Address FARBANKSwMaRSE i C- OLdusvlil Ky 2 It t t a T A4 az e r- i u- I110W TO HAVE k TiE BEST COW s f t Mast Watch hItidtvIdualFInd Out HerHabits and What She is Doing JII We are all agreed that it is a4vls able to liavo only good cows in o h Tda and the best are none t good when measured by their but it Is not always passible to the best or even very gogd hence w e have been content to make the m ostpossible out of whab we have had though we have had all along aware that we ought to have done ter The Idea that a poor cow later lb than no cow has much to be ea In Its favor but I do not intend to Ea- yit here However the average farmer Is not EO stubborn minded as son e men seem to think for he Is usual willing to learn better ways than has been practising although he right ly asks for proof to sustain theory says a writer in the New York Tnib- une Farmer Conservativo the diar man Is from necessity but he is the same time enterprising and pro gresslve The widespread Interest the new move for making dairy Ig i more profltable through a weedlng out procesS by means of the cowtest- ing associations that are now being organized In several sections of this country as well as to other nation furnishes ample proof that the owners of the present are alive their needs These SSOClatians are a new thing here and like all new things mare le probably claimed for them experience will prove true Be that it may they are a good thing and It their lessons are rightly interpreted and applied to practice much g may result But a note of warning always in order as regards enthuslaSI11 for the new because there Is dangcr that disappointment In some thin may cause disgust with the whole pra ceedlng and we thus lase whatev good might be found Dy the tostdo we may know what each cow Is doin but as it seems to me this is a Itd enough Some way needs to be dev- ed l by which we may also know Iwhat feach Individual In the herd is cap ble of doing Up to the present the has been no way of determining this rlexcept by actual experiment with the r cows But If the newer theory feeding Is correct then we have basis from which to work upward wi I our cows If It be true that our cow should be fed not In proportion t their weight with regard to what we want them to do but in proportion t o what they are acually doing then many socalled poor cows are undou wily good ones when rightly ted 1 a 6 per cent cow and a 3 per cent caw are each being fed alike and th one giving the richer milk is being fed enough protein then It m evidea that the other Is getting twice a much as she needs Reducing her rain Uen to her needs might effect a say Ing largo enough to throw the Ibalance on the right side of the account and she might be a really valuable animal Instead of a poor one as new regard ell Hero Is a phase of the subject net to be lost sight of If the progress de Bred is to be made It may not be the cows fault that she Is unprofitable There are probably fewer reul poor cows now than there are poor feeders Because a man feeds llberali k ly that os no evidence that ho Is good feeder When our good friend Dr Smead ted his first cow a l ckj dally of bran and meal until ho turd- t good dairy cow Into more or 1eSS- Uad beef ho was a liberal feeder but he admits he was not n good one eOne lesson taught hIm while some have failed to learn as much fro twenty In a discussIon following an- insUtute lecturo one farmer said t didnt make much difference wha kind of grain the cows had If theyI only had enougly of it I admit that a liberal quantity of most any grad p r will give good results for a while but those results will not becantlnuaus unless the ration is balanced well enough to meet the needs of thl cow Most farmers teed all their caws alike for two reaspn9 One Is for the QnvenleIl of the feeder and other and more binding one Is that dI thee Idea la nearly universal that what is good for one cow must necessarily be good for all other cents The first t rtntsvn fa excusable llut the other 1 wholly unwarranted and should be rooted out of our minds even thaugh it requires a strong and steady pull to get It out Syheaa cow possesse s J dairy type taa reasonable degree h 1fand tsnt proving profltablo there Is come good reason tar It In tdieor Y cow hi practice the good cow atways has the dairy type l The conformation and the quali- tyahoulda fopntltOgetheralways k i rrr 1 r ta tr t r Jc Theres more strength iQ a bowl oft Quaker Oats than in the same quantity Qr thee same value of any other urfood you can eatt nourishinggetexpenSIve Regular be tOe pactage and hermetically sealed tins for hot climates 60- al wlthuathteesetae man Idand can not be justly charged noma man and can nut be justly charge d up against the con Either the man who raised her failed so to feed her alto develop her dairy qualities or thhee proper The chances are that her early treat meat was faulty I believe It to b true that more caws are ruined be ntfore they are 2 yeas old than after comp itt milk On every hand w- In hear It said that mew have tried to improve and breed up their herds onl to get heifers that have proved Infer for to them mothers As a result purebred sires have been blamed nnd purebred stack ridiculed while ElCrubS have continued to flourish When a wellhired heifer proves inferior t thtobreed Let us shoulder our own mls takes and not blame the sire and dam ton our lack of wisdom In feeding upthetmgesUan powerful and almost unlimited Nervcs lungs stomach and mllkse dalrysobject for which we workwill not fall dscondemn a heifer before she has had rher chance to prove what she can If I had a well bullt heifer that showed the evidences of being a goo d ry cow and she failed to do good hersthe second time Full development yearreage the heifer Is first bred 11y best cow has freshened with her third calf buyoRher taIlay As a heefter her first years work inns not satisfactory ands many men would have discarded hero But she came from a good cow and carried In her body markings of good dalllY animal so I kept her for another trial She Is now proving the saybf1that I many heifers are con downed too hastily eBreedlng Is an art that calls for something more than n simple mat In of animals of the desired breeds There must be not only the qualities the animals mated but there must exist also the power to transmit those qualities to the offspring FeedIng us an art calls for something more than a simple supplying of a sufficient amount to satisfy the IIpJ petite It calls for a study of the in dlvldual needs of each animal being ted The feeders art iv not easily yearned Men who are thorough mas tern of the art of feeding are not to plentiful as those who are masterful breeders and these are indeed few and tar lbetmeen As the art of breed = 1Illig so too does time art of feeding Include the science of feeling Poe slhly wo have placed too much de andohave neglected the art of feeding to our detriment Is It not possible nay Probablethat many of our so called failures In breeding are due artmof feeding It must stand as true- t that however well bred our herds- t may be they can not prove profita unless well fed add we are rap Idly coming to the time It we haveI not already reached It when good cow feeding will mean individual feeding according to each aumals needsIThe more uniform our herds theI less Individual variation This le a strong argument fora herd of the same breed it not for the same tam lIy for breeding would thus be SIm- I pllfl d and labor saved and profit in cresaod So the sUbject of good cows and how to get them l resolvC3 Itself down to tile Selection by lost and he weeding out of unprofitable ones laftcn proper teetling has shown the cow at fault feeding each cow with tnrd to her product and her needs breeding irate f1 Une of produces by jUdlclausmatng feedIng tile growing eifer for nerve force lung capacity and digestive power and then glv ink hers a chance to prove her worth before condemning her It is not an- oasyroad but it IiI sate and sure and other men have traversed It and lert fiero and 1iete bq the way mortis J 1 tIO 1 to guide and help us pub So let us not be faint hcarted but press aver onward toward our goal confident f the tact that others have reache- it and so may we Of course we ma have to unlearn some things that we have believed trite but that Is a par of life Bretding and feeding of the cow for better results more proWs but it will also make us wiser meIb SO we have all to gain and nothln- it0 g lose and may safely go in and win in the race p Hows ThisIWe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of CwLirnh that cannot be cured by Hall eatarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Tol- eda Ohio We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 yrors oand believe Wm perfectly honorabl In all business tranmotlone and financially able to carry out any obJlga lions made by his firm WALDIvG KINNAN MARVIN Whelesale Druggists Toledo OMo Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon the bloc and mucous surfaces of the sytrbom- Testimonials sent tr prJoo 75c DruggistseTake Halls Family Pills for con sUpatlon Eggs a la Los Angles Toast six rounds of bread sprea with butter and put a poached egg on each Cover each egg with Hal landlalse sauce arrange three asPara gustlps on each and sprinkle with one tablespoonful of fnely happed HollandaiseoSauce Is a bit fussy to make but 1 carefullyeI successful inIa using a spoon Take from water an pat between the hands until no water riles Divide into three equal pieces Put one piece In a saucepan wIth one tablespoonful ot lemonjuice and the yolks of two eggs Place rouccllan In larger saucepan containing boiling water and stir constantly with a wlr whisk until butter is melted Ad second piece of butter and stir con stantly unit melted as sauce thick ens add third piece Remove from fire and season with one fourth of a teaspoonful of salt and a few grains of cayenne Fannie rerrltt Farmer In Wemans Home Companion far April Forced to Leave Home Every year a large number of oopr sutferes whose lungs tire sore and reel ed with coughs are urged to go to anoter climate But this Is costly and not always sure Theres II belt ter afty Let Dr Kings New Discovery cure you at home It cured me of lung troublewrltes W R Nel son of Calamine Ark when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight its surely the King of all cough and lung cures Thousands owe their lives and heaLth to It Its Positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds La GrIpe Asthma Croupall Throat and Lung troubles Me and 100 Trial bottle free at all druggists HOLSTON Left over from last Week March 29Farmers are busy In this community getting ready to plant earn Rev A D Gardner filled his regu lar alrpolntment at Green RIver Satur day and Sunday Messrs Bob and Nat Auttln made a business trip to Bowling Green Sat urday returnltrg Tuosday- Mr Wing James wire and little son Oval and Mrs Monla Butler visited Mrs James sister Mrs Ella Atchison Saturday night Mr George Arbuclde of Wilson Tenn visited his coustnMrs Uzzle Austin Thursday Misses Pauline Johnson Eura McKinley and Mae Iludson visited lass Georgle Ausin Tuesday Mr Cecil Rose of Gilstmp visited Mr John MapleS Saturday night and Sunday Roy C N Robison preached ot Graham school house Monday nigh- tReaching A IF tho Top tn any calling of life demands a vigorous body and a keen brain Without health there Is no success But Electric Bitters Is the gtetVest health BUilder the world has ever known It comepIs perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and enriches the blood tones and invlgor Mea the whole systEm and enables you to stand the wear and tear ofI your daily work After months ofI suffering from Kidney Trouble writes lf W Sherman ot Cushing Me three bottles of Electric BItters needs me feel like a new man 50c at all druggists mI Qu1ek SLaUripand Medicine Guaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrlppe fn24 hours Headaclie and NeurnlgiaJ in 30 minutes At druggist or by Jh MeB4enbl111 Medicine Coy Evmvlhe lad t r 5 c t GREAT DAYS ON MISSISSIPPIY Seventy Years ago 25000000 Was Invested in Steamboats I Reviewing the golding age of river trafflc when Mark Twain was a pilot on theUsslsslppl a writer In the Travel somesRobert E Leo or the Natchez did n 10100 business every round trip This however was exceptional As a general rule deamboatlJlg was not n paying Industry the most for tunate owners making but G per cent on the money invested Many hungry mouth mild the steam boot business fill in those days In 1832 the nunnbeer of men Earning fist living In the various departments of the trade has been estimated at 90000 ten years later counting only the laborers engineers Allots repairers and other actual crows there were about 180000 men employed During the year 1830 hero was 3000000 in vested In steamboats nvlth a yearly expense of fG71840 for wages 1 provisiond1839 almost 2000000 was spent for wood alone along the shores of Wes tern rivers The steamboat agO began about 18l and flourished for jiffy years As steamboatsffes Is estimated at 230 and In 1842 there were 450 vessels with a value of 25000000 But the golden era was thedI than then Thousands of bales of cotton were annually shipped to Southern markets und the wharves of StLouis and Memphis and Vicksburg and othe large ports were stacked with Ailes of merchandise and lined with scores ondwee I North Iud South and sweeping the trade away Irondads built from for more plmcketsparoled the mighty rover When peace was finally declared the survivors of the old stoomlJOat days were dead or engaged In other mu trlo8 Time business picked up a hit but fIll off Jgaln before the cheaper and faster transportation of rai1l ads Today the ouccupations of the wood I cutters have vanished A few luckeli lines control the Mississippi and Ohio rIver trade and along the levees uf the big river cities only a half doz en or fro steamboat can lbe seen at anchor the last survivors of that gala period when the river was the great hlghwaTho April Travel Magazine QUICKSMIDICINB Quickest and best for coughs GUARANTEED Sold by druggists Made by J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Evamlllelo4 Celery Toast A dainty dish for Sundaynight te1- Is celery toast For a small family clean one moderatesized stalk or celery using all the stalk root and such leaves as are blanched and tender Cut in small picees put over the tire and boll till feeder taking carte not to have too much wntor so thi 5t may boll down and retain all sub stance Add a generous Illnt of milk keep over the fire until calllll thI thIcken very slightly with lour lastly alHlng a piece of butter the siz of B hlckornllt You will need eIght slices tf toast which shoulll be brown amid crisp Butter these and lay in a- adp covered dlrlm Turn time celery gravy over It and serve hmnedlatel- Uo not dip the toast In the milkI This ts a delicious dish of which a family wes not easily Wo Con valscents usually enjoy It alsoInozD- eJannatt Cooper In Wonal1s Home Companion for April In Memory Mrs Dellltha Trogden who departed this life March 18th 1910 was born May 30th 1842 ago G8 years 9 months and 18 days- DAlaas she was commonly known was born In Granger county Team professed faith 1U Christ rIrtfaur years ago and united with the church the same county until six years ago when she united with Clear Run Baptist church of which she was a faithful member She lWasmarn1ed to S S Trogdeu In 18GO and to them were born seven children six boys and one girl Two boys crossed over deaths river sometime ago She leaves four boys and one girl to mourn her loss besides many grandchildren and a host of frIends After services conducted Ray nFuqua she was laid to rest March 19Ih11i Clear Run tometery i O PARK t y- v nya The Kind You IIno Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne tIle slgnaturo of and has been made under his personal supervision since its infancy a Allow no one to leeehe you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justnsgaod are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger time health or Infants and ChildrenExperIeneo against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is n lanrmless nnbstituto for Castor Oil Pare gorIc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Ophmt Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms und allays Feverishness It cures DInrrheea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It nssbllllates the Food regulates tho Stomach null Dowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Chlldrens PanaceaTho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE erarane earranv TT MUsear areET sew TOee CITY WANTEDA RIDER AGENT W ode and exhibit a aremakingWoshlptoallow TNOtYSVJCIE TltltLduring which time you may ride the bicycle and tokeepWe furnish the highest imide bicycles ilil possible to make latoantee behind your bicycle no our IillY a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyon factorsmireswhen you receive our beautiful catalogue ant uanderfulljlowprutawe costn1CY01Edoubteour prices Orden filled the day received SECOND 1LtNn n1CYCLES We do not regularly handle second hand bicycles but usually have a number on hand taken In trade by our retail stores These We clear out COASTER promptly BRAKES at prices tingingIlliparteI rollerchesteidpedula milled pam repairs and equipment of kinds alltJlf till usual raar7 Irks 5 0 HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF 0 ASELF4IEALiNGTIRESSAMPLE ONLY no Tn 11111 SisO per pair but to lttroucl we will Ill OU II Jam llarlor SOkathwitlwrderSlM NO MORE TROUBL FROM PUNCTURES NUs Tacks or Glass will not lot the yearOverDESCRIPTION Made In nil sizes I t is l lvety- andeasyridfngver tined Inldewh h- II rllbb r whl h nprr tmnpa iretogall Tisiginordinarytlrethepunctureresistingqualltlcbeinggiven aullIreadIderUslnspurpocsweare ItIllklnaspeclaIfIlCIOrpricelo the rider of only 1480 per Alt shipped same day letter Is received We ship C0 n on representedWesend NULL CASU WiT1 OUDEI and enclose this advertisement You run no risk ha- eliding us an order as the tires may be returned at HUn expense U for any reason they are not satisfactory on examination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to uc as as a bank you order a pair of these tires you find that they will ride easier run faster WeknowWe want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offer dont buy nn kind at any price until you send for a pair of atthedescribes and quotes aU males and Llnds of tires at about half the usual prices DO NOTJlIT bicycleoroffers we are milking It only cots a l051allo learn everything Write It NOW JaL MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL Save 75BY PURCHASING OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only Sc5 The regular price is too Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will bo able to have one reserved at the low rate of 9 Books and stationery arc included No time limit If not ready flow buy one for future use BUSINESS COTITIRGEurO- ORPOrIUI Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY- t t t l r y f Hartford Republican BateN4 according to law d the Potom Hartford uman matter or tb eo- D4eJ C M BARNETT EouT- oT lf 7 =P L077t13- C mbrlrsd 40 aallch alv32FRIDAY APRIL S The average pollUdan dos not WAnt to see any otttce abolished Mr Glavlsout fthe Forest services but not out of the woods yet One of the articles in the Jeferles Johnson fight agreement should stipulate twit Johnron Is to keep out of jail We have hadu goodmany compliments on our enterpmdse In publlsh Mpg a list or the laws passed by the lato 1egshture in our Issue of lag W k 1he victory obtained by the In surgents In Congrete seems to have been almost nB temporary ni the ones gajpc4 by the Insurgegta in Nicaragua Republican factions is ConI grass continue to swear to president Taft and his legslthep- rogram What the country wants IsI more doing and leSS swearing A newspaper dispatch 1shatshoes will soon go from d4 to 5 ThIs in spite of free hides What has become of the Democratic contention that free things make cheaper arts des Which is the Better Tariff In hs recent speech at Newarl President Taft spoke In glowing terms of the large Increase of cus toms revenues under the new Tariff law and seemed to regard that as a complete vindication of the wis dom and efficiency of the revise acbedules It does not seem to have occurred to him that the Tariff whirl produces the largest amount ot revenue Is not necessarily the Tariff that Is best for the country An In crease of customs revenues nay be and is this case Is accounted for b the fact of a heavy Increase of Im ports of dutiable and competitive men ehandise Does the President regard that as the highest posstble achievement In Tariff making Does he not know that for every additional 100 000000 of duties collected there must come an additional 250000000 of com petitive goods to displace a far greater amount of the llroducts of a domestic labor Is that a consummation wished FreeTraders and ter porters and foreign manufacturers and big merchants who make greater profits on Imported than on domestic goods very warmly IIIlIproe of a Tar ttf that produces such results Dut- We should think that It might ioaibl- occur to President Taft that a Tar Hf which Increases the revnuo may not prove an altogether unmixed blesehng and that a very much butte Tariff Is one which restricts Insfcad of increasing competitive Inlllorts while at the same time providini sufficient revenue That Is what the Dpngley Tariff did Horses vs Motors 3toro than 100000 motor cars were manufactured In the United States last your and the manufacturers estimate that twlco the ouput will he sold In HlIO has the price of horses been lowered Will it be affected In the futuro- Aleii who doal In horses say that the horse industry In general not onl has boon usaffeeted l1Jy the dovelOIC- ment of lowar vehicis but the prio- of horses has increased more that I0per cent within the last five rears To prove thin assertion the hors lover cetera to the last report 01 the United Stues 1epartment of Ag rlculture The report contains tovera complimentary statements about Dob binThe Government statistician haJ sound that since 1890 horses have In creased 812 Per cent InpJlce and 331 per cent In numbers Two years tlgc there were 1108000 horses In Kansa and 957000 In Missouri The averaJ- gal e a head was 87 In Kansas ancJ 88 in MissouriOne year laterJan l1sry I 1909the number of horses It Kansas had increased to 1152000wit1- u increase In value of 2 a head It- Ml9aourl on the samo date thE number of horace was 995000 and theh value had increased 3 a head The horse lover Is careful to explain that In arriving at the value given the statistician has had to e9- t1mate thousands of horses worth no- tsnore than 148 each which brings down the average The veriest old wlnd broken katesbJlvo been sold on the market this year for 76 each remarks the horse lover and a good draft horse will sell for 250 any day Yes repiles the ruotcrlst alter the report has been read to him the statistics undoubtedtly give the horse the best of lit but notice that the ant map referred to Is the farm horse Although the steam plow and motor truck have made encroachments upon the uSefulness or the draft horse he still Is lndespensable His city brothI ers have suffered from competttio by the motor car What about the price ot carriage and saddle horses and the nags that pull express and deUery wagons Only the horses used for pleasure driving have suffered In price from the use of motor cars Few motor car owners keep a stable In addition to a garage and too result has been a depreciation In the value ol hard horses A matched harness team that two years ago void for 700 or 800 will at prient bring not more than 500 or 600 The discarding of carriage horse by motorists may be the reason bat the price of horses purchased t37 the jilted States has remained satUOr1rr for the jaat year Some of IhQ horsei replaced by I1JWr trq fro Ollgtt 1- by firmsthat require better mocJ than the ordlnay wagon horse There are horses drawdng hearses In Kansas City today that a few years ago war owned by wealthy men who were pro of their udemep of horseflesh 11hi- ilia motor feter altaekpd tli11in thr priedIyear his price has climbed until today It is Impossible to buy a servlcea i ble team for less than 400 IWYSOx C L Ben ton of near Paradise vlsJted their parents Mr and Mrs Q M Den- ton from Friday until Monday Mr Gus Benton Is on the sick list Mr and 31ra J L Denton and children spent Sunday with their parents and Mrs Q 31 Denton 131rIr and Mrs J C Jones and daughter Mss Katherine Hartford spent Saturday night with their daughter Mrs R H Taylor Mr Hannibal Taylor spent Saturday night with Mr W P Bennett Mr and Mrs J I Benton and chit dren spent Sunday night with Mrs Denton sister Mrs Nellie Taylor Mrs Dettle Whltescarver of near Rochester Is visiting Mrs R W Tay I borMiss Ethel Taylor of Union H111 Is slUng friends and relatives In this neighborhood this week Mr and Mrs C L Elliott and two daughters Kate and Iris were the guests of MrHaskel Kitchens Sunday Mrs Shelby Nelson and daughter Cllrtle Lee spent Sunday with her mother Irs R V Daventort Mrs Carrie Bennett and two children spent Sunday with Mrs R V Davenport Miss Jewel Taylor Rochester is visiting her sister Mrs Allen Taylor Mr Cash Wakeland left tor his home In Ennis Texas Monday after two weeks visit to friends and rela tIres In his nJftlve State- SELECT April 5 Mr S M James of this place and Mrs Martha Fulkerson of Render were marrIed In Hartford last Thursday Mr James Is Postmaster at this place and Is a pleasant old gentleman lie and his bride have the best wishes of all their frIends Mr Geogo Abuckle of Tenncuee visited friends and relatives here for several days last week This is the first time he has been back to his old home since lie left twentyon years ago- Messrs Delmer Stewart and Earl Sm4h who are attending school at Bowling Green visited their llllrents- hero from Saturday until Tuesday Mr Avery Stewart and family 01- i Cromwell visited Mr J J Stowar and family Saturday nIght and Sunday Prof and Mrs J Alex Uhoads hay moved to Mr Estll Arbucklos tarn near this place We regrot very much to see them leav town Mr Guy Ranney and wife of DeavC Dam are visiting here this week Mr C W Ranney wan In Hartford Saturday on busaners There was a union Sunday Sehoo organized hero Sunday March 27 IrJ J Stewart WItS elected Superintend eat and Miss Floy Ranney Secretary Farmers are getting along nicoi with their work There will be great deal of torn planted this week A S of Ei Beaver Dam Magisterial DlstrJcl Union met at Beaver Dam Marel 26th 1910 The first thing In ordel was the election of a ehahman whirl I resulted In H T Porter being chosen Ater some Interesting talks ondugg- estlollS adjourned to meet wit the Union Local at Union Schoolhouse SatUrday April 23rd lQ10 all oclockk Let each local In the dig trlct send delegates as Important matte will come tip ot tlta meeting HORACE L TAYLOR Sec ti SUICIDE IS- CORONERS VEIIIT f J Dan Monarch WeUlnowl Young WManAt Owensboro o1- OwnesllOro Ky April 4Ati Inquest was held today by Coroner Lancaster Into the death fo Dan Monarch and the verdict was that he came to hla death with suctdMintent by shooting himself 10 the 1efbroasl with a pistol t I The members to he familyheard the report of a revolver InMrM3ion archs room and rushing la foandhln- unconaious with a rovolver liy his side Ho stated to his phyelclaw after lnrficting the wound that he was sYt11 that Je had a tempted to take- hie Ute and that he desired to getI well He ashes fdf the family to- Fall tievcral physicians to nip bedside y monarch hie mothers ofIDanIelyoung c iidren ICe lids ffiaifled to MII Pauline DlatUngfyone of the most beautiful girls of OwenstXro He was a son of the late M V Monarch who was at ono time one or the largest dltII1ers In the country Ills mother Is living besides one sister and two brothers Monarch returned hero a few days ago from Loulsvllle where he had breD working In the yards of a rail roal company He lost a big fortune several years ago and It is claimed that he brooded over the lots of his money and was dissatisfied with the hard work ho was forced to do Old Folks Day at Baptist Church Next Sundaylords Supper Postponed On account of rain Just at preach- Ing hour at the Baptist church Sunday many of those who were anx- Ious to hear the discourse on The Lords Supper were kept away Sob vote of the congregation both the discourse and the sacrament were postponed until the third Sunday at the 11 oclock service Next Sunday will be observed as Old Folks Day All will find n welcome but the old people are especially Invited Seats will be reserved for them and they roe to have the lend In singing o rhe tong and praise service will begin at 10W and the preaching at 11 oclock The theme will be Heaven At the close of the service each old person will be given a souvenir of the oc casloll Come thou with us and we- Mill do thee good Let us make It n great day At the Sunday night service the pastor will deliver the lecture on Rescued From Cathlilclsm In- this be will tell his personal exper lencehow he was saved from the Catholic faith to a personal faith In Christ J W DHUNER Pastor Reveries Amidst the Tombs 1 strolled a little while ago Into a country churchyard and spent a solitary hour among the voiceful mon ments of stone and clay that marked the sacred slumber ground of death The first chill of the autumn wind was on the withering grass a recent frost had touched tine forest leaves and a gentle south wind shook them slowly dawn The yellow sunbeams came pulsing through a smoky en velope that rimmed the dryant hori zon In robesof blue No human voice nor note of bird nor chirp of insea broke upon my sad and sUen1 reverieOnly me All elso was death and yet were death not wholly silent These mounsa of clay great and small spoke to me with forceful energy of the lire that wan u1ran4dhe earth but was now dissolved into crumbling dust- In this large grave unmarked by tlowa shrub or stone lies the wifo t1 and mother Of a home Here and mothro of a home Here lie liesI 11Ulse1ess arms that once devoted husband and thrilled joyful I childhood with theIr soft einhraee Hero lits a tongue now never more to move that once trembled with thostory of a heartS devotion tof her man she loved and lulled a babyto L sleep wl han evening song Heree lie the lips through which lifes warns red blood can never course again ortlmesthrttledlI sadly pressed the cheek of death r Hero Has a heart that beat otlt Its I time and rests ah hero wail noW here Ls death The story of this life can never now be told but tlkcJy ran- theI common course of Joys and ins I and earned at last the peaceful rest It flOverspeaks to me not loud dndeedin- a pieminng strength that movedniy leant to pity And 4o tears ItNaent I r- w t Jf the ebty ofyoulh pausing upon the thr old of lleto surrender bouyant and boundless hope to the pltdleos de mands of death There J an element of itreparable eadne helS10 preSent to death of 1riteBCYOr age Infamy is innocence rofmedlor the trial and age Is the harvest ripe for the aTOOr but conttlous youth surrenders hype wdth the sacn of a king putting off a crown But at last I turned to a tIny mound over which the creeping vintss had spread their protecting branches tiers ln sepulchral wh1tcnfjEB lies a heart torn from A mothers bosom tears gushed from a fathers eyes and sorrow flowed from the hearts ofJ sisterS and of brothers I took about the silent cemetery and hear again the heartrendertng walls and moans of awful agony that twpt up from these once open graves I had come here to escape for an lour the memory or the envy and Jealousy and Ingratitude of the living In which I too largely share Ito humble my heart by communing with the dead and 1 Apra away ample reward J H THOMAS Narrows Ky ABTNAVLLE J April 6Peoplo were very glad to IeO the recent rains as they were ceding It very badly Mr Jere Loyd and family Ref noldsand Mr Arthur Forded family Herbert were the guests of Mr J H Loyd and family Sunday Mr and Mrs Den Newton entertained the young folks very pleasantly Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Dan Gl1l1ams Island are theguests of Mr and Mrs James lvensMr G W Morgan who Is 111 of dropsy Is no better MIss Lois HarrIson of Haynezvillo was the guest of relatives at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Arthur Phillips and tons Havard and Felix were the guests of Mr and Mrs S L Phillips Saturday night Mr Den Newton has moved to tile Irashear property just Vacated by Mr James Tiorney Mr Tleraey mov- Ing to Irvington Mr Nat Lyons Sr of Whnen Is the guest of 1lr Miner Lyons and family today Mr Chas Divens has purchased anew buggy Mr and Mrs Tanner Masan were guests of their daughter Mrs E H Morgan a few days last week Mr Van Morgan of Rrilph Is the vest of his Morgan HOPE WELLi I April 5Sunday School Was organlz- cd at Pond Run last Sunday with Owen Ross Superintendent and Rhoda WmlaJJl Secretary 230 oclock has been the time agreed upon for meet- Ing M C 31 Wakeland Ennis TexaS Teturned homo last Monday Miss Willie Drown and Mr Ernest Rowe spent Sunday with Mlssen Rhoda and Maggie Williams Darrell the little son of John CUm- mins happened to a painful accident londay while playing In an old roomy falling on an old broken stone Jar uttingg a gash in Iris face about an rich and a halt long The doctor was mmediadely summoned and took two tttches The little fellow is getting long nicely Miss Beanie Ilunloy returned last Saturday after several weeks visit to friends und relatives atCleatonKyt Miss Myrna Graves Is visiting In Cettral City this week Miss Carrie Russell spent Monday tight at Mr JIm Williams Mr Jim Shull who has been stck for the past several weeks Is slowly mproving RENDER April ILD W Gwynn Harry Draper and Wro Conga wore in Central City last Thursday and Friday Simon Jone nd Simon Stephan spent Saturday and Sunday is Central City Miss Ollio Howard of Central Olty pent Sunday here Miss Lucy James and Mrs S B- ilshop were In Vine Grove Sunday Mr and Mrs Dan Olflenr of Inland yore here Sunday and Monday the gueets of Mr and Mrs Isaac Parsons James Dean hoe returned from Tell City IIidattera ten days visit Robert Blackburn Linton Indiana Is visiting hone 1 this writing Robert Corgal and Robert stokes asonville lad are visiting relatives here Hywel Davie Louisville was here yesterday A S Taylor Frank Rocker and Hubert Clark were In Hatford yea eday Scott Millard and J B Hardia went t09wenab9TO yesterday W S Vlck tQwensboro was hero today E M Hardin went to Louisv4lle today 1 10 I OFFERS 1HIS I I Govralitson Gives McKenzie R Todd Refusal of State ll spectorshlp Frnnkfort Ky April 4Qv Will son announced today that he had offered to McKenzie R Todd his pr Ute Secretary the posltlon of State Inspector and Examiner to succeed H Thatcher Mr Todd has not decided whether he will accept the place but the announcement of the tender was made to stop applications for the place until Mr Todd has made up his mind The Governor said he felt Mr Todd had corned his promotion It is ex pected that Mr Todd will accept and the Governor will have to find anew Secretary 1For Sale AU Kinds of Fertilizers Field Seeds and Rock Salt For further parttcu- ara call on or address W E ELLIS The Produce 37tg MooI q BALD KNOB Abrjt 6Sunday School Js progressing nleely at this place wlht Mr wm Taylor Superintendent and Mr Perry man Embry Secretary Mr and Mrs Len Leach have the grippe 311sts Geneva Rayner hag returned home after a weeks visit with her uncle Mr V D Leach Farmers are very busy planting cornMrs Dude Taylor and daughter Miss Emulous were the guests of Mr J H Torrence and family Sunday Mr Cal Borah Cromwell visited his daughter Mrs T Davis Sunday Mr Jim Taylor wire and IltUe son Everitt visited Mr Jake Leach and Family Sunday Mr Henry Taylor and wire returned to their home Sundiiy after visit- Ing their daughter JIbs Pig Porter at Ptnehecoe laSt week Mr J W Taylor and family visited Mr Charlie Smith and family at Select Sunday Mr Dudley Leach and family visited his parents Mr and Mrs Join Leach YJ ih bji I of the The did Roi and I saw a ln of case to and I It I was not to on I It I at first see that ft was I had it I to up my loss lose In as the I I had for time and now I caU at and and at at thin II- 1I1r his Mr and Mrs nt 4 Mr and litre Joe Mr L D Is out for the 5 In this Is very his at Last day and a of OUt the of the A S of E at last and and of Mm Ola and Mrs her MT and Mrs J P a few last Mr E E has to bin Dam Mr and at J P last Sun day fS L Jim Red went to Mr E W at S L The of A S of E will jto see and y Spring Fertilizers I On account of the short crop last year a much greater effort must nect essarily be made this year to overcome last years de= DOCTORSfAILEOs RESTOREDQY PERUNAf Catarrh ofthe lungs t ThreatenedHerUfei Nisi NlnetteP r DraIB mont wrltee JbavG beea oared Peres had several hetdorthsgeg lungs doctors Litr- anch would never have eurodmertestimonial aPeruna almanac a similar mine commenced using Eble wait myself when began using gained very slowly butI could helplngmo After taken a while commenced raise a stringy sticky substance from lungs This grow Icontlnued treatmentIgrow Moro fleshy than been a long myself wet Manda Saturday night SundaY Mosms Birch Coleman Jim Snod graSS Rethel OgleSby Liberty tended Sunday School place Sunday evening Leslie Sandefur visited grandparents Marion Sandetur Horton Saturday night Sandetur Beaver pam yhilted Taylor Wed nesdaY April here look APrll fools COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE Atprll 6LHealth community good- Brother Gordon filled regmfat a11- polntment Slaty Creek flt1tur Sunday Quite number farmers attended County Union Hartford Friday Saturday Misses Alma Gray Jessie Smith Union visited Reed Saturday night Sunday Claud Lyons visited parents Coleman days week Rogers moved farm from Beaver Lawerence Allen family visited Colemans Messrs Stevens anti z Black Hartford Monday Jackson visited stevens Sunday members meet tonight about pooling selling henS ficiency Something extraordinary must be done to compel old mother earth to yield us an abundant harIvest What can we do More thorough cultivation of the soil before planting the seed By 41 planting better seeds By a more liberal use of HORSE SHOE BRAND OF PURE ANIMAL MATTER FERTILIZERS Our warehouse is filled with the PUREIBACCO GROWER We are anxious to help you make a big crop We areat your service any day EPii BARNES BROS11 r i Beaver Dam Ky r t k t 1oxfj I J 1 r t 1 is FAIRS Millinery Specials Our Mimttery parlors affi how a place of MUCH INTEREST There are many REASONS why this is so Here are a few of them Spring is a season every lady and child wants to look THEIR BEST They have learned that we carry the largest Stock They KNOW that they can depend on us for the LA TEST STYLES They KNOW that every week brings to us the NEW HATS that are out They KNOW our PRICES are RIGHT Join the crowds and come TO US Painstaking salesladies to wait on you A satisfied customer is our best advertisement Remember the bargain givers I WHEN IT COMES TO DRUGS Or a prescription weve got the goods Weve got all the different lines of proprietary mtedlclnea and are prepared to fill your prescriptions Just as the doctor wants thorn Weve got tho pure drugs and know how And weve got all tho other things that go along with the drug business ouch as Patent Medicines Toilet Articles Stationery pefrumes Etc We believe we can come nearersatisfying your wants than anybody In our bus- Iness Try usand SOOt Our prices are always rig- htHartford Drug Co Incorporated People Talk About Economy But how many really KNOW have PROVEN that there Is no economy equal to that of buying and eating healthful food i This economy sometimes spends a few cents more a week pn groceries just to be sure This economy considers the health I what Is low priced and dear and what Is moderate priced and cheap This economy considers the health ofVa Ikmlly the most valuable of as jetsf To people who practice this sort of Economy we commend this Grocery stock of purs Ourmethods have stood and are severest tests along t+ standing the F ihls line lfyou appreciate the top notch Grocery qualltyf investigate I Ijers Groceryt A vJ a u A cr Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 8 1111 nol sCe n tral Rail road Time- Table At Beaver Dam KY north Houuit Month Bound- No132due515ato No 121due1135am XoirMntl20pm No lea due 248 pm 0102 due 248 pm No Ill due 805 p m Readymade Muslin Underwoar at Falls Full line of Wash Shirts and Waists at Fairs Fairs Gc and lOc Basement contains 250 values Poor prices on rich Clothing at Carson Cos We fit form pocketbook and fancy Carson Co Your satisfaction is our success Carson Co Shopping mere is pleasant Carson Co Wo neither buy nor soil question able goods Carson Co To give largest values is our constant aim Carson Oo Wo buy as low as we can and sell the tame way Carson Co Hartford Mill Co has lots of good Ear Corn and Oats to sell Call Tapscott the Florist Owens boro Ky for cut flowers for all oc casions CumberTlalni phone 45L M193 Fannie Whlttlnghlll who was recently graduated from the Bowling Green Business College has accepted a position as stenographer for Mr G B LikensV We situ egocl things Ao eat In the way ofFresh and Cured Meats Lard Family Groceries and Vegeta bles W H MORE SON- Haatfard Ky Noah White the grocer makes a specialty of the best goods in his line Sells cheap and delivers free In Hartford Give him your order tor good thlngstoeat Leave your laundry with Lyons DukesHartford Grocery Company for the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond Indiana This laundry al rays glvea satisfaction Prompt djt lyery SatlBfactlon guaranteed 28 tf 1 I r L uf Every week adds new things In Fairs Millinery Department Fairs Suits tlTllke tailormad clothes Call and get our prices You must see Fairs Ladies and Mens Oxfords They are the latest Mr Norvall Brown McHenry re membered us pleasantly while here Moodily Bring your eggs to us We pay the highest market price Hartford Grocery Co Our Town Talk Flour is a good one Price per bbl fGGOHardford Grocery Co We arts prepared to furnish you Dry Goods CloUilngHats and Shoes Carson Co Prof S P McKinney Rockport paid our office a pleasant call last Monday Mr Mack Fogle left Thursday for Dixon Ky for a few days visit with la school mate Mr ShermAn Coleman Beaver Dam R F D No1 came In to see us while here Monday Mr Claud Baldwin of Owensboro formerly ol title city visited friends here Wednesday When you are hungry and want something good and appetizing to eat visit City Restaurant 3Ct4 Mr James Whlttlrfghlll Narrows R F D No 1 paid our office a pleasant call while here Tuesday No better flour made than our Victor Price per sack DOe per bbl 700 Hartford Grocery Co Mr J W Baker Render tailed to see us while In town Monday and renewed his faKh In the Republican Schlemmers breadfresh from the bal cry every day at W H Moore ISons Will deliver only with other goods We have a beautiful line of decora tive and wedding plants A post card fro you will bring a price list Tap scott Florist Owensboro Ky Wo still have good things to eat In the way of Fresh and Cured Meats Lard Family Groceries and Vegeta bIos W H MOORE SON- Hartford Ky Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonvllle Steam Laundry Madisonvllle Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf EGGS FOR SALE Pure Barred Plymouth rock eggs 1 for setting of fifteen Mrs John W Sandofur of rural route No7 HaptforuV Ky Telephone through Hartford exchange tf I am now handling a complete tIne of feed stuffs Bran Corn Crushed CornOatsPoultry FoodCrackied Corn Crushed Shells and Mica Grits Also flour and Meal Strictly cash W E ELLIS 34tf Hartford Ky MANDA April 5As April belongs to all fools I thought I would get In my little say The weather Is fine and after the rain things look lively News is scarce only plowing plant Ing corn and mad dog talk Is the order of the day A dog acting very strange passed through hero some days ago and biting everything In his reach Ho was finally killed at Ron row after he had bitten several other dogs and some stock aqdone man Mr Harve Embry Born Id the wife of T H Baize on the 3rd inst a boy Mother and child doing well and Tom Is all smiles It Is their first and Tom says dt Is fineSome of the boys here smelted the jug a little too hard lost Saturday and got top heavy Of course they lldnt drink much boys dont do so any more It looks bad Mr Herbert Arnold who is attending school here went home sick last week but wo are glad ho is able to be back In school again Mr Mack Morten of Jingo who Is attending school here visited his parents last Saturday returnnlg Sun day Mr Frank Wright also visited at Horton Sunday Mr VIrge Trail and Sercy Stewart of McHenry visited relatives at this place Sunday Mrs Pitman Rosins was here yes erday Mr Joe Leisure Graham was in town yesterday also Mr S D Sorrels of Rob Roy was here yesterday- Mr Guy Rafferty la expected to- be here today Census Clerks Tho Cenuss Bureau at WashIngton- has made public the names of the Kentucky clerks who will serve In the Census Bureau in that city The ppointments are the result of an examination held in January arid the appointees all attained a high av erage The following is the list from Ohio county T W Stratton 0 LYaceer and Roy H Heavrln f 10 iii jt LAYS BLAME ON THE GIRLS A ThemixWith Causing Death of Old Man Owensboro Ky April 4The Coroners Jury returned a verdict that Janice Carico who was fatally In jured by being run over that he cameto his death by being struck bya buggy or horse carelessly and recklessly driven by Goldie Daugherty and Pearl Salmon Carico who was a brlckmason and 70 yares old whllo crossing Main street Saturday night was run over by the rig driven by tho girls Ho was removed to the hospital but died about midnight Tho Daugherty girl was arrested Saturday night and the police arrested tho Salmon girl Sun day morning They are being held by the police pending an examination by the court RALPH April 4The farmers were glad to see the ruin as wheat crops were needing It very bad here Mr Leslie Grcer who Is attending school at Bowling Green Is at home this week T P Austin has moved In W F Howards property Vincent Crowe who Is attending school at Fordsvllle visited his par ets Saturday and Sunday Mr ad Mrs J L Wade were tho guests of Mr and Mrs B C Greer Saturday and Sunday- J A Edge has Just received a car load of fertilizer Mr and Mrs Rete Ralph were the guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Taylor SundayDr Taylor of this place took his first fox hunt Saturday night Rather disgusted the doctor 1 think Mr and Mrs R F Taylor visited near Whltesvllle Sunday Most farmers are ready to plant corn visitedIMr Leslie Greer will leave for Sul phur Springs soon CENTERTO WN Alprll 60 K Rowe and family ham moVed here from McHenry and lie In tends to go Into the barber buslnoiu Stewart Slroud and family have movtd here from Island Ky Prof Lawrence Gary Morgantown was hero lat week visiting his sister Mrs G Barnard Mrs C Carter la visiting her son inlaw Rev Hiram Blown of Provi dence Joe Newlin and Miss Man do Render McHenry were here last week vis iting the family of Mrs Annlo Plum mer Orvllle McKenney of Taylor Mines and Otis Carter of Simmons visited friends here last Sunday Hub Myers Beaver Dam was there last week humid rug a location- J R Stogner has sold ILls house and lot to L W Iglohoart and will soon move to Oklahoma Rev R D Bennett Hartford filled his appointment here Sunday anti Sunday night giving us two fine sermonsJ Hinton one of our railroad maim is vlsitlnig his parents In Whltor yUle this week The woodwork on our depot Is belt rapidly completed Mrs Ann Miller Is very sick at her home on Main street COOL SPRINGS April 5 Health Is very good in this community Mr S A Davenport Rochester was the guest of Mr C C Dennis Tues lay night Mr mid Mrs Birch Wilson Beaver Dan was the guest of Mr O E Scott SundayMrs Agues Tatb tied Mrs Una Den nIs visited their uncle Mr Eugene ChInn at McHonry Sunday Mr J B Dennis was the guest of Mr Clarence Dennis Tuesday night Mr Ike Mints and Mrs Gldcomb visited at Broadway Mines Saturday tight and Sunday Mr Densia Swain McHenry was the guest of his brotherinlaw Mr Joe Fulton last week ML HL Hosking of Mercer Mines was the guest of Mr Ike Hines Monday Might Mrs Vada Kltchenna and little son Charlie visited her aunt Mrs Annie HensOn Sunday I V DUNDEE- Aprtl S The two weeks meeting con ducted by Revs C F Hartford and Jalleyclosed Sunday night with quIte a successSunday School was organized at the iletfiodlst church Sunday Everybody tike scDgantago of these beautiful Sun daysirand come to Sunday School at 20cand also at the Baptist church at2WIn the afternoon We again mBl C A Underwear For MenandBoys You might as well profit by our large buying capacity Whether you want one suit of under wear or threeunion suits or separate piece garmentswe can save you money on your underwear purchasesAll popular kinds are here in weights fabrics and styles to suit every man or boy- Everything in un derwear for Ladies Misses and children always in complete assortments atbelow usual prices This New Nazareth Waist and Union Suit com bined sells for 50c Two garments for the price of one AIsp ask to see the new B V D Union Suit for men It is splendid You will be convert ed to its future use if you wear one for one day Price 100 per Suit invite you to conic and bring somebody with you Dries Zona Robison Davison Station has been visiting friends in this community for the past two weeks and at tending meeting Mrs Vatress Falls of Rough and little son lesse were the guests of her son Mr Roscoe Vantrces Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs George Brown and son Master Shelby were the guests of Mrs Drowns mother Mrs Ann Pirtle jiea Hartford from Friday until SUIClnI Miss Mao Forman who has been visiting her cousins Misses Myrtle and Katie Grant Miss Valerie Harri thPllIastdayMr and Mrs Carson Shreve were the guests of Mr Carsons parents Mr and Mrs J A Shreve Narrows Saturday and Sunday nlfewhe had an operation performed but is nut getting along so well Mr Carl Brown spent Saturday night anti Sunday with Mr Otis Stev ensMr and Mrs Bob Duff Hartford vcro the gutsts of Mr Duffs parents Mr and Mrs Bob Duff Sunday Miss Manila Powers Narrows who has been visiting her cousins Misses Gertie and Flossie Powers and attend leg the meeting returned homo Monday Mr Porter McDowell returned home Friday from Oklahoma Mr and Mrs Dresden Bean and lit tle daughter Ruby left Saturday for Oklahoma where they expect to make their future home Mr Felix Brown spent Saturday night and Sunday with his uncle Mr J C Felix S CLEAR RUN April 4R Rev Fuqua Gilled his regular appointment at Clear Run Saturday and Sundayn A fine rain fell here Sunday Mr Will Carnllfion wife and sIst- er Alice Young are at tho bed side of their sister Mrs L C Hoover Miss Hattio Stewart visited her aunt Mrs Sis Wbltaker Saturday night and Sunday I Miss Susie Whitaker visited her cousin Miss Dora Stewart Sunday night I Little Alton Young LInton Hid has tho measles at this lllaceIIMrs L C Hoover Is this writing i Mr D M Harris fo the Chapman neighborhood was the guest of his parents Sunday Mr and Mrs G J Stewart were the guests of Mrs Stewarts mother Mr and Mrs Bud Hoover and family visited Mr Hugh Hoover and family Sunday flies Fanny Harris who has boon to her brothers for the past week has returned home Mr Letcher Bennett has gone to Illinois to engage in work Mr and Mrs Clifton Hoover of Barnetts Creek went to Hartford shopping last Friday Mr George Wash Bennettwho has rHeumntism Is able to be out again Concrete Pavements I am now prepared to do any kind of Concreting Give me a call All work guaranteed J L R I LEYHartford Ky CROWN AND- BRIDGE WORK for the rnflned and dainty woman Is what she demands now Amer icans are uptodate on denlstry and are not satisfied with anything but the acme of perfection in den W1l1Icomo HARDIN BELL Office on Center t BuUdfngIHartford Ky Phone 21S t s a + f fir r = w t 1 f 4 r rrc J N i7 a 7 S t J j f I r- wi y r r 11 THE BAMBOO HAIR A low but Sure Poison That I Use by the Jlvlnele The young shoots of tho bamboo nre covered with a number ot very line hairs that arc seen under the micro scope to be hollow and spiked like bayonets These hairs are commonly called bamboo poison by the whit men resident In Java for the reosoc that murder Is frequently commltteJi through their agency When a JOTonese woman takes Sancy to a European aecordlag to at- omclal Dutch report she will eltber- havo him or poison him If she gets th chance She seeks any and every op- portUnity ot mixing these Infialteslma hairs among his food and they sere the purpose ot irritating the whop length ot the alimentary canal and set ting up malignant dysentery It may take a long time and many doses ot thIs so coiled poison to erect the par pose but the native woman does not tire and death will surely result Thl mole native will also try this moths ot revenge for an affront The planters know all thIs and dread the bamboo hair but It Is always difficult to determine wbethei the dysentery Is caused by the polsor or comes about naturally When a planter finds himself a prey to attack ot that complaint his best course Is to take a voyugo to EuropePearson Weekly BOILING TO DEATH Terrible Torture That Was Once the In England 4Lawduring the reign at- Denry VIII the public mInd became greatly excited through several cases ot poisoning and parliament enacted a law making boiling to death the pen alty This law was on the statute books about sixteen years It was made retroactive so ns to take lu a case that chiefly prompted Its enact mentthat ot Richard Rosse otherwise Coke the bishop ot Rochesters cook who poisoned seventeen persons two ot whom died Coke was boiled at Rochester The infliction was attended with peculiar cruelty os Coke was put Into a caldron ot cold water and gradually cooked to death A few years later In March 1M2 a young woman named Margaret Davy was punished In a similar way on conviction ot poIsoning The pUblic was not satisfied as to her guilt and not withstanding the comparatively travel ot news In those days the slowI ot Margaret Days trial and meat soon spread through the dom and aroused universal horror Doffing to death remained on the stat uto books however ns long os Henry reigned perhaps because the monarch himself had a dread of being poisoned Immediately after his death parlin- ment repealed the law I HelpIng a Man to SuIcide It Is remarkable how a suicide by a certain method or la a certain place will lead to another of the some kind A surgeon ot the MIddlesex hospItal In London went Into a barber shop to- be shaved The barber spoke ot a man who bad been unsuccessful In on ot tempt to kill hImself by cutting his throat Ho could easily have managed It said the surgeon had he been acquainted with the situation otthe carotid artery- Where should ho have cut asked the barber The surgeon told him Heat once left the room and not return Ing ns soon ns was expected the surgeon went to look for him and dlscov ered him In the yard with his head nearly severed from his bodyLon don Mall A Solar Plexus On ono occasion Sam Berger the brawny fight manager was In a small California town sounding some ot the residents as to the possibility ot bold- Ing a prizefight The local pollee force a clownish looking tulhlduol with a huge badge heard ot Sams lnvestlgn lions You cant hold no prizefight In this here town sold the police force threateningly III his best I lJo the marshal tones lt Is ugiu the law and I wont stand for It Aw beat it said Berger to dls gust What do you know about law Why your very appearance la publll Is a mlsdemeonorLlpplncotts Breaking Up Chatter The famous painter Iusell lead a great contempt for chatter One at- telnoon n party of friends paId a visit to his studio and otter a few moments spent In looking ot the pictures they seated themselves and proceeded to In dulgo In a song and purposeless talk At lost lu one of the slight pauses Fuseii said earnestly I had pork for dinner today e Why my dear Mr Fusel ex Iaimed one ot the startled group wbat an extremely odd remark I Is 1t1 said the painter Ingenuously Why Isnt It os Interesting and important os anything that has been sold for the lost hour Buying a Horse yon say hos n young horse Then why do his knees bend s07 To tell you the truth sir the poor animals been living lu a stable too Jow for him and he bad to stoop Ltppincotta Sure Thing Well Eve had one blessing sighs the woman She didnt have to clean house I No agrees the man but Ill bet a- Lollar she did just the sameJudge I Dispatch Is life and method is tho soul oI dlspatcbPenn Burr Self Control Aaron Ban was by nature anti trafD lug a man of extraordinary selfset trot He allowed no clrcumswnees to throw him off his balance An anec dote told by Rufus Choate to Rlchar- H Dana recorded in Mr Dnnos Ulo ry illustrates the callousness whirl aided Burr so greatly In controlling himself Several years after the dead ot Hamilton killed by Burr In a duel Ourrlslted Boston and Mr Devereux- ot Salem paid him some attentions The Tlsltor was taken to the Bostol- Atheneum where whllo the two men were walking through the gallery ot sculpture Mr Devereux happened to catch sight ot n bust of Hamilton The thought flashed across his mint that Burr might not core to be confronted with the sight ot the feature ot the man ho had slain Out no DUff was undisturbed He also espied the bust and although Mr Devereux hap Instinctively turned away he walker up to It and said In a loud tone Abl nero Is Homlltonr Then passing his fingers along certain lines ot the face he added There was the poetry UomlltoDs contemporaries gave him credit for possessing a poetic mind When Beau Nash and Wesley Met Beau Nash though but nn IndltIer cut churchgoer not only went to hear Yhltefleld preach but attended a sere Ice ot Bath held by John Wesley The Incident Is related In Southeys Life ot Wesley While he was preaching this re- markoble personage entered the room came close to the preacher and de manded ot him by what authority he was acting Wesley made answer Oy that ot Jesus Christ conveyed to me by the present archbishop ot Can terbury when he laid his hands upon me and said Take thou authority to preach the gospel Nosh then ot firmed that he tuns acting contrary to the laws Besides said he your preaching frightens people out ot their wits Sir replied Wesley did you ever hear me preach No sold the master ot ceremonies How then can you judge ot what you never heard l Nash made answer Oy com mon report Sir said Wesley Is not your name Nash 7 I dare not judge of you by common report I think it not enough to judge by To Save You Time Have you ever noticed that when reading you waste a certain amount ot time In turning from the end ot one line to the beginning of the next Long ago when the world was not so busy as now columns were ot n much greater width Since then they have been narrowed more and more Ot course In an hours reading little Limo Is lost but In a lifetime It Is like ly to be considerable Realizing this some one has suggested that type should be arranged os follows You read to the end ot the pine drop the eyes and read backward What n luxury tuohUw daer ot the Inevitable to kcnb repmncs the end of each sU woh eeS enll t done The argument Is that practice will make perfect Five minutes practice Is usually found more than sumclent for most peoplePearsons The Power of Napoleon The desperate struggle to do some thing worth while Is the very thing which draws out our reserve forces and develops latent power says Orison Swett Marden In Success Maga zinc Without this struggle many pea plo would never have discovered their real selves Napoleon was never so resourceful never so level headed nev er had that vIgorous mental grasp was never able to make such powerful omblnatlons as when he was driven to desperation It was when all bridges were burned behind him and there was no possibility ot retreat that the possible Napoleon carne to the resi cue Napoleon sold ot his great gen oral Ucssena that he never showed his mettle until he saw the wounded turd dead talllug nil around him In bat tie Then the lion In him was arouo- ed and he fought like a demon- Enlightenment Father remarked Johnny otter deep thought supposo I should knock tills jug off the table and catch It then I wouldnt catch It would IP- sno I suppose not his father slowly said But continued Johnny still toylnr with the jug It I should knock It ofi and not catch It then I would catch ft- wouldnt 11 Yes you would I his father grimly returned this time with quick decl slow Well Connected The MopleWhat Is the oak so con celttd about The Elmlie Is till original oak under which Washington stopped In tHO The MopleOut the souvenir fiends have left Woo only a blackened stump The ElmThots It Ue tins extensive branches In every city and town In the countryPuck A Hard Question obbyWhot was the hardest ques lion the teacher asked you today JohnnyShe asked me whether Id rather bo licked with n ruler or a strop Chicago News Unromantic Anything romantic about their wedding Not a thing She con cook and hr has a jobKansas Clty Journal A Fierce Threat MnldDo you want n good beating Master Jimmy or do you not because It you dont behave yourself thIS min ute youll get both Wages at Home and Ahead- Ratea ot wages In the United States navy yards am fixed by boarderwhich are required to base on the rates paid inn the vieh3flof the yard for similar work Thtiaqr the preSent yeoin the Navy Yard for molders or the class 360 are paid for eight hourswork 336 Is paid to ordnance melt 352 to painters 336 to riggers360 to wIre men and 336 to qr6mokora A comparison ot these those paid In foreign countries would leave no doubt la the mind or anYfalr man as to the beneficial effect to the Pro tiective Tariff Consul GiJneralD1I1Ing born reporting from CoburgOcrmany gives the wages in the five lading porcelain factories lIS valYlDg from 476 to 8 a week for men and 213 to 439 for women In other words workmen are paid In thla country almost os much for ono day as fame workmen in Germany get for a weeks work Consul Norton ot Chwnnitz reports that In five leading textile ns- soclatlOni9 the averogo atmualpay Was from 142 to 211 That Is only bout onequarter of the amount paId first class mechanics In this couvbry Consul W Spans reports from Seville Spau that tho WI4CS run front 30 to 40 cents a lay for laeemakers The same story tomes from other European r ouiitries ill or which conclusIvely OOmonstrato the value of our Protective system to American wage earners lIB well as pta ically to everybody else and also explains the couse ot the enormous migration from Europe to the United States o rteChildren Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAWhat Consul Slmplell nJ Dlgdod Turkey reporting on the project of the Turk- Ish Government to reclaim 12GOOOO- Ooeres or land by inregatlon In lIesollo- t1mlo says that 4000 coolies with engineers are already at work on the nitial project The land to be reclaim cd has stood still for IiOOO years though It le very fertile whoa furnished with waOr But therate6twagettpald- tli that country illu sraes why nothing has done heretofore todevelc p the land The highest wages paid in Da dare GQcents a day butordl nary laborers such iuj iod carriers received only 9 ccnls a day whllo a baker gets 15 cents and n carpenter if a bosai44 cents while his as- sktnnts get 24 cents a day That Is the kind of labor that the United States Is asked to compete wIth un der FreeTrado condItions such as the Tariff reformers In this country proOSoln time Oo bring about 0 Kills a Murderer A merciless murderer Is Alppmtdlcitts with many victims But Dr Kings New Life PiB9 kill it shy prevention They gontly atimulate stomach liv er and bowels preventing that clog ging that Invites mpeadlettis curing Connthpatlon Headache Dllliousness Chills 25c at all dnugglsts m CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children Ths Kind You Hare Always Bought 0SignatureL We Get There Were the greatest nation ot dare devils on the face of the earthBaltl more Sun Says McGowan Consider tht th moan man knows imself which makes you revenge completeCleveland News Lived Long Broken Neck A Rugby England laborer named John Rimmer Is stated to have gone about with his neck broken for more than three months He Wont If She Sees Him First No man can really know a woman until he has seen her sitting on the bock porch drying her hair 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 Stops Neuralgia Pains BSI The shooting tearing pains ofneuralia are caused by excitement of tide nerves Sciatica IS also a nerve painSloans Liniment a soothing externalapplication stops neuralgia pains at once quiets the nerves relieves that feeling of numbness which is often a warning of paralysis and by its tonic effect on the nervous and muscular tissues gives permanent as well as immedi ate relief I One Application Relieved the Pain Mr J C LEE of ttoo Ninth St S E Washington D C writes I advised a lady who teas a great sufferer from neuralgia to try Sloans Liniment After one application the pain left her and she has not been troubled with It sInce 1 Sloans Linimentis the best remedy for Rheumatism Stiff Joints and Sprains and all Pains 100VDR EARL S SLOAN BOSTON MASS Marble and Granite Monuments Our business Is dovoted exoluslvel to the Grninlte Marble and Stour trade and beng thoroughly pructl cal in same enables us to know y01- requlrmentEr We orrlylllmd1e the verl best Granite and Marble awl our rotI- utadon has gained oz just this claa- of goods Der tea show you do dotan and oenits that It is to your interetf- to buy of us We glAdly refer YOU h any Qf the parties wo ha7ro turnlabkxl as to our h tynndresponsbUIt 111 dealings I THE TIIOMAS J IO1 llM HTAL WORKS Hartford K i r F s Direotor9OhoCountv Circuit CourtToFDlrkhead Judge BenD Ringo Attorney W p Mldklfl Jailer EG Sarrasd Clerk F L Fe 11x Master Commisloner 1 tTCol ns Trustee Jury Fund TH Black Sher Itt Hartford DeputiesS 0 Ieonn ar Loa Black Court convenes fIrst Monday In March arld August and continue threo weeks and ThIrd Mondays In May and November two weeks County CourtR it Wedding Judge W S TInsley Clerk C E SmIth Attorney Hartford Court convenes firstg Monday In each month Quarterly Quarterly CourtDeglnson the third Monday In January April July and October Court of ClaimsConvenes first Tues day In January and first Tuesday In OctoberOther County OfflcersCS Mosey Surveyor Fordavllle Kyn F D No2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hart ford Ky R F D No2 Henry Leach Superintendent Hartford DrA B- Inhey Coroner IlarUord JUSTICES COURTS D S ChamberlaIn Hartford TuesdaY after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday of tel 3rd Monday In Juno Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December O E Scott Cromwell Wednesday afte 3rd Monday In March Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rd September Wednesdal after 3rdMonday In December John H Mlles tockport Ftlday after 3rd In March Friday after 3rd Monday In Jlone Friday after 3rd Monday In September Friday after 3rd Monday In J C Jackson Centerowl1 Saturdny after 3rd Monday In March Saturdayaf tel 3rd Monday In June Saturday alter 3rd Monday In September Saturday of ter 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 TUesday after 2ni Monday In November Thomas Sanders Wednesday after the second Mondayin February Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May Wednesday after 3rd Monday tn August Wednesday after 2nd Monday InNoyem ben C V Mlles Fordsvllle Thursday after 2nd Monday in February Thursday after 2nd Monday In May Thursday after 3rd Monday In August Thursday after 2nd Monday In November J L Patton Ralph Friday after 2nd Monday In February Friday after 2ni Monday In May Friday after 3rd Mon day In August Friday after 2nd Monday In November HARTFORD POLICE COURT C M Crowe Judge 0 D LlkensClty Attorney Sam Court convenes second Monday In each month City CouncUJ H Williams Mayor n T Collins Clerk S K Cox Treas urer Members of Council T R Dar nerd W J Dean W M Fair Per Taylor W E Bills E P Moore School Trustee J S Glenn chairman W S Tinsley Secretary C M Barnett C M Crowo and Dr E lJ Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServlces monrlng and evening every first and third Sun day In each month Sunday School 94- 5a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil ElgIn Pastor Baptist ChurchServices every Sunday mornIng and evening Sunday School l4 a m Prayer meeting every Wed nosday evening Rev J W Bruner pastorChrIstian ChurchServices every fourtl Sunday at 11 a m Sunday School 230 p m ElderHenry Clay Ford pastor C P ChurchServIces first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p tn Sunday School 945 Rat T C Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Iodge No 676 F A lIf meets first and third Monday night In each month W E Ellis W M C M Crowe Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 R A of meets every thIrd Saturday night In each month U Holbrook High Priest lv S Tlnslev Secretary Hartford ChaPter No St O E S meets second and fourth Nonday even Lag Mrs T It Dnrnard M Miss Willie Smith SecretaryiRough River Lodge No 110 KnIghts of Pythias meets every Tuesday night- S A Anderson C C J G Keown Ie of R S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every first and third Thursday night R T Collins Commander L P Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine Iilvo L O T lIf meets second and fourth Thursday nIght In each month ors Attye OrlffinLady Commander Mrs Lula Pendleton Lady Record Keeper Carpenters and Joiners local No lSSl meets 1st Saturday nIght In each month Noah Skaggs Pres W D Luee See TreILs Acme Lodge No 339 I O O F meets second and fourth FrIday night In each month A D Riley Noble Grand R SecretaryOhIo Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednes CampbellRecords nJloldsthe first Monday In each month Ash RogersAdJtA S of E National Officers C 0 Drayton Pres Greenville Ill reslJowllngOrcenhy o 1St DICump Soc and TreasJndJ nap State Officers J C Cantrlll Pros Georgetown ICy HartfordS B Robertson Secretary CalhounKl Ohio County OffIcers KyCD Ford Treas Iartford icy COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION IIartfofdKyINo 6 2 J A Dellamy Whltesvllle Ky ICyfKy 6 Richard Plumer Taylor MlnesICy0 J 1 Brown Rockport K- yBULBS IUCIIfJIS BULBS ZUCCEEBI SECIALOFFERi stale k Mid Nv Bsineu A trteiyiWoe a permanent cue =rIOAparue04 or your Sosveait Colledlotiwr cwI0 IoItItioi huSVIB- ftu i ps Mrsrn wrl6UAAASTYg9 Te PLEASE WrH MeaUoa till p aBNDa CENTSto ipMrNpAWMalnJ bIWWI- r iM F11 rr lMnMlp mrWarwarlaoewamsrsion a MtYt W1 un WIII ar w rw wIOo uw amMw pLIBwr41pJL tbu ti liedd Ma fIl UIIII arenas it3- ocxroinILL Y H wI i 0 H c o 3tOJSEO1LI OYBAaxsrr0rEBrain y t BARNETT SMIT- HATTORNEYS I AT LAWII HARTFORD KYIWill practicethelr profession In aU urcourts of Ohio and adjoining ties and Court ot Appeals Special it tentlon given to all business entruatet to their care Collections and the Pray ttceot Criminal and Real Estate Lab Specialties Office In Republican buil4 lag FRANK Le FELIX Attorney atLawIHARTFORD KY Will practice his professIon In Ohlt and adjoInIng counties and la the Court ot Appeals CrimInal practice and Cot lectione a Specialty Office In the Hei aid building YAN CY L MOSLEJ ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession mall tM Courts ot OhIo and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Dank JOlIN D WILSON Cl1ASlII cnOWIiUj WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice theIr profes ion In an the courts ot Ohio and ndjo1n1ng counties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to miminal practice and to coUootloos OUfoo out Main St opposite Court House I lid TRADE MARIIEpromptlr obtained in- saoonntrleornotee trobtai PATENTS THAT PAY adytl1lto them thorotghiyatour- ervnwand proutoeaccea JtPASSINGBoot on Vroetable Vienta write to StreetWASHINGTON t KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr New Discovery fOR CSsIaaLDiAND ALLTHROAT AND LUNTROUBLE- SOUABANTKED 8ATISPAQTOIA- OR KONEY BEJ111XDED PROCURED AND Deendmodel taerbbatoo oewln Xztet trademmrrk- bycepyngb4etc IN ALL COUNTRIES Irosinrri dirrrl with lictiingtos saves tiaq and the Jalml IctuslyelrWriteUS Mirth atrwt opp Coped tat Ptmt OSrs WASHINGTON D C qt i AnrllZl8 endlne Isketeb and ducrtptlon ma I asinrsntPatentanntPateota taken tbroub 00 racelye sputalaotinwithout OIWWOi late Rm4rkawAhniaomelrnlestratedMsekly elra newedealer4UNNCo SUDS J FrliillIwranlssdte fisese EYe oaide er Jid Ptuter boutct te1 tII mariuef Our NafiemOmtrasefdapceuL F010 CENTS wewlllelldlt08tJlaldou s r sy rteAMOU a pd r 541 COLCECTIONtJI pageiwolaIryatarryam twskrj toMmonoIngwimNO T noioel coft t eyia4r 4 t r i a t Inyentlon Science and Discover anlJjuafneSIJgreatly to the delight of living Edu tlon and intelligence have multlpl the desires of the people Ev- doI fro partly sntlsfledo gives birth halt a dozen new ones The stand f a hrd of living Is perpetually rig 18 Tbeluxurles of yestrday became necessaries or tomorrow The Ame cas life of twentYflve years ag wantThoties to satisfy the normal demand of the Individual The cost of living la not the resalt 4of high prices alone but Is also vie have more thingS to onjo goingoxtra speed fabroughtamen sold them at the door ot the consumer or Bold them to the srocer who delivered them to the consumer There was little cost attached to this and apples were not expensive Today an age of cold storage plant goes to an t chard and buys the crop The app f are oorreled Increased expeIlJ shipped to some central po freight placed In cold storage expense of what the market bear shipped back to the to whence they came frelghte bong r by localdialers margin of prod t and delivered to the consumer consumer pays the bill for this fo of business organization Is It any wonder that apples are dear and It may be remarked that It makes ill difference whether there are 6000 0 1000000 barrels of apples la t State or whether they come fr- Coloruda Michigan or New Yor they cost about the same But the cons umer Is paying for something besides apples He Is paying for the prIvilege of havIng fresh apples nearly every day inr the yztr This Is a conyinence and he pays the men who snake It possIble This Is true of all other fruits and of vegetables In a slightly different way It is true of eggs They travel a to way go through many hands n frequently are sowewhat travel wo No doubt the storage people take the highest price the market will bear when they dole out the commodlUes to the retailer At least it Is BUg jgestive of their own power when It 18 known that there are 11000000 more eggs In storage In January 1910 th egJof Ss to the Individual are turned over ttJ shippers commission men etc aJd the consumer pays a good prIce for convenience Take as another Instance the question of breakfast foods Cornmeal Jg one of the most wholesome anlt nourishing breakfast foods as well as one ot the cheapest Many people spurn It and buy roosted corn flakes or some other patent breakfast foodI at from three to ten times the cost of cornmeal because they are put up In appetizing foam In a pstbcard box supposed to be Insect proof Several dealersf several railways and a large overcapitalized concern must be paid for the convenience As one more example of a dlfterentE kind take automobiles It Is e1dmat- cd that 160000 cars will be cOnstruct- ed In 1910 Involving an outlay of over 176000000 and Q w01klng army of many thousand mon To certain extent these cars will be usdlha commercial way to satisfy buslnes- ncds However they prooobly w rcturnLAU the reSt Is devoted to the Incre ed delight of living They may to health If their users keep on the uppro aide fo tho machine This Js a great economic expenditure to satisfy a new desire but It gives mtlei I economic return Again the telephone becomes n necessity Wo savo time and energy by Its use Thys Is an economIc sav- Ing It simply being business al1d bo I Increases economic production Yet It must be paid for by the user and means ark increased expensee If he can turn the time and energy save d ly i lnflo moneylt Is a good thing But he must have an Increased Income to pay the bill- Inatances of might be muHlpled so showing how many things wo now have to enjoy that formerly we did sob have We have It better life but 4It coats mpre There are Importallt to be OOSeved tram these examples big Armlos of mow Who mu have Wages treat corporatton wit million of capital which must interest and thousands of promo andml1r13 ers who must have proflli are paid to provide the greater r meat tosatisty easingdesires ft a better life Bankers r la1Vyet9 tnadcrB physicians teahers miners preachers business managers tean Svortersm1nufactuoot compuse as ever increasing number to be fed andclothed br the producta of the propprtlonateIr ts o I- e Y yIwr in agricultural produCt are high There has not be theelore prices of Yeled tietJothe Improved standard of llv demands a continually Increase outlay and a continually tncreaslnl- he Income of the Indlvldunl lives n n rlmal life ii Is impossible to soli sty oall of the ecoaomc desires aria log froth this active expanding mod life But certain of them must b satiSfied In order that the indlvld shall have n normal progressive tit the chief sire of our cIvilization willeaty toofper annum lift years ago on 50000 he moat over 1000 now it 4e has any bon of the Increased standard of llvlng If his expanding desires receive any return Truly this life costs moro than the old life because we have thE benefits ntof the achievement of arts nnd bualnleala snlan coat you legs glue up the books magazlnl formerlywn did outhtof men lhs schooling as formerly exclude the boare ex pease of church and charitable nt1samassmenthe re anll clothikigee and electric lights buy or make a tallow dip and then fro to bed earl to save light banish bananas nreages and olives from the table dupenee with a hundred thIngs you dId not enjoy and you will is a measure reduce the cost of living You will pay less for a poorer article called life naWoman Reformer rnTo afro Albion Fellows Bacon of Evansville belongs the credIt of havi reformed Indiana by having the ncw tenement law passed declares the New Idea Womans Magazine for April Sh Is a little slip of a woman whose big earnest brown eyes are her dornin ant thanher attentIon With a daughter al rowdy several Inches taller than her her mother twins of eight years and another child she has what many woman would consider her hands full And she Is a woman whose chief Interests are of the home She gas Instrumental In having a bill passed to relIeve the foul tenement condItions of IndIanapolis and Evansville whIch were almost tlS bad as those of New York Tho bill declares that no tenement hereafter erected shall occupy more than slxty five per cent of a lot or more thIn eIghtyfive Jer cent of n earner 1 that It must not be higher than once and a halt the width of the street on which tit stands that It must hleIa rear yard at least fifteen feet and that no rear tenement shall be ectedAThe new law guarantees to ors h grown person at least four hundred cubic feet of air and to every chUd Jat least two hundred for thus must sir be bargained for air and the sweet common light Indianapolis as the center of such blofds reputctlntoa anddThe residents good Worka 11HeartyMr Taft from all over the country on his success In bringing about a tarlfCt agreement with Canadasays the York Evening Post Until the preclseor terms agreed upon are known It will impossible to pees a final judg went on the outcome But for any j agreement that will avert a tariff war the country ought to be profound gratetuL If there Is anything a trifle more hanlrarlc than tariffs there selves It Is tarIff wars The Interests Canada and the United States arc Interwoven thatlarlti hostility must have dons Incalculable harm on both sideS of the harder In just sluch nay goUatlon3 WI thIs Mr Taft Is at his best HIs personal charm his tAd am1ab11lty his natural bent tower goodhtleldotdfplomncyhasonrtars pidlty ors Inou1 negot1iltlols during 1sfor4tlorrlbleChllellrSn Cry 4tCASToR r r 41- wm e lowland Greens evcala The hog has the best dlge tlyo Done of any animal we have In ox laborlagpounds of meat from raw material corn and other foodshence the do orfora secure the Inside I1ning of U hogs stomach and make pepsin of I claiming for It the greatest astista- er I nof dIgestion known The real labor tory that supplys the lining bt naltomach l8 In the jowl As the ho mnchlIfoprathe lining of the stomach with the fluids to finish the work of dIgestion enHenco when the jowl Is cooked extractetitwhich makes tho latter easy for th human stomach tQ digest Grocn cooked with jowl do not hurt U stomach but cooked wIth mlddllnl meat are harder to digest A person can eat a greater quantlt of jowl without over taxing the s10m aeh than of any other part of thl hog I believe that people who have weal lungs caused by n bad stomach cool be put rIght on thE road to ro revery by using jowl meet freely j have raIsed this quesiton to In duce farmers hog raisers and per packers to save and smoke jowls and put them on the market and all I IowI am fond of Jowl and greens D F JENKINS Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement alth tJ1e publishers of the Inland Farmer of Louisville whereby we arc unable to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper one year for 150 The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Journal and one of the best farm paper published In the United States Our readers should take advantage of this offer u U s SeCOnd in Wheat ngFar a long time thIs country has headed the list QJ a wheat producln land but according to statistics which have been Issued by the Departure of AgrIculture Russia has now posse rus and occupies fIrst rank Last yea e total yIeld of wheat In the United States was next to the largest In the history of American agriculture tho crap or 1901 having exceeded It but even the n Russia went 26000000 bushels beyond us and harvested a grand foal of 783000000 bushels For many years the wheat acreage In Russia has been rapIdly increasing and last yes r It was more than 65000000 acres During 1909 there was a large Increase In the worlds production of wheat according to reports from a doezn or more countries which In 1908 produced fourIlfths of the worlds wheat crop These returns busoor nearly 18 per cent over the 19081ThIslast year about 2160000000 bushels To taro LnGrippe and Colds la Id hears take Cold and La6rip Medicine TAB LI1T51 II Jm dnrttlsldoes Dot leep thell stall Lye to C Mendenhall Medicine Coy EYIDSYllle lad and get them post paid Guaranteed l ButterMaklg Essentials I Three essentials of butter makin s age FIrst the man second the barn and third the cow Each IsI Important factor To be suC the man must clay right with thoI business every day for three hundred sixtyfive days every year t also have his business uppe most In his mind nil the time ho Is engaged In It There Is no place In dairy buBlnCo In which an Idler a loafer will m But besIdes thisI Is a gnat knack In handling Kipdness Is the fIrst principle Male Iii your cows regard you with aUectiol lrfenaadw lelJ1lhaDdwlth kindness One produce a quantity and the other quality J- iO fait n should not work merely for th sake of making u livIng He ghoul 00have an ideal before hIm That idea Ie way be tar beyond his reach but ht should strive to get as Wean to It possibleIt LThe successful dairyman mustw thea good business man and not a mat gwho has failed at everythIng olse- o only adopts farming as a la resort He must be able to keep hI accounts and to keep them In goo nggape Haphazard accounts have u e In dairying n e Why Not Read The Courier Journal HENRY NATERSON Editor c W1 CAN FURNISH YOU THE HARTfORD BEPUBUCAN AND TilE aWeekly Courier Journal Year Both For One CI 50I We can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Cour CourierJournalIsample copy of edition you desire but be sure to send your subscrip flea order to this paperNOT to the Courier Journal Tie Louisville Times I FOR 1910 IB laHTERtBETTER BIGGER THAN EVER Fhe regular price of THE LOUIS VILLE TIMES is 5 a year If you willsend your order to us you can got The- HAHTFOBD 6EPUDUCAN AND TIL- ELOUISVILLE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 450 thepeBest Afternoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the best crops of correspondents Covers the Kentucky field per fectly Covers the general news field completely Has the best and fullest markets reports Democratic in politics but fair to everybodyr t Send Your Subscription IRightAway To this papernot to The Louisville rimesJ= WH4T IS WRONG ifi = With our = I Public Schools ttip By JOSEPH M ROGERS RA series of articles creating widespread comment from the = fi press and educators ofAmerica jNow running in RLIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE E GET IT READ IT CW C Special Rates Give to Teachers bADDRESSpLippincotts Magazine Philadelphiar e- i W J ww r jI ftl y d kn Youds headachesheartburn belching of gas acid risings in throat after eating stomach gnaw or bum foul breath dizzy spellsed kindredymptom oIf you have any considerable number of the biliouSorDr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery is made principlesknown1cure ofuoh abnormal conditions It is II most efficient liner invigorator stomach tonic bowel stregulator and nerve strengthener J The Golden nostrumI under oath A glance at these will show that it contains no alcohol or harm triplerefinedglycerineforest plants Worlds Dispensary Medical Association Props Dullalo NY W L DOUGLAS X300350 400tI 500 SHOESBest UNION MADE Boys Shoes 200 and 260Feat Color Eyelets u1na nge etc U11 lowest price quality considered in the world andlonrpayinlrhirhyou need a pair rive W L Douglas shoes yourfootweargood ill every way as those that have pricesIffactories yourselfhow whytheywear longer than other makes rraaalnnbtghprlwindInferior Suite It lDongiauhoraarenottnr IInyour a1DouglasLmcktonilats5R CARSON COMPANY ISeunpUaAT- EDHtsrttord Iontucky WMcCALLstmpifettysodreliability andCanadaany other make Send tor tree catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE More subscribers than any other fathfon Lattetiquette good storles etc ro tents ayear worth double Including a lice pattern copyWONDERFUL catalogueandtIlE MaCaL CO 236 to0 W3lta St NEW T- OREElectric fittersfansInsupremeremedy ANDSTOMACH it is the best medicIne ever sold over Q druggists counter t + + +++1 n f f U ITHE KENTUCKY I and Power Co i JINCORPORATEDi i WIhh WIRE YOUR OUSE WI GOSYI I IELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN IIt REACH i+ E G BARRASS Manager I t Hf11II++ + + II t Jot + + 14 r OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 15Q THE REPTBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 TILE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekOwensborolnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE ttEPUBLICtN aloud tally UWensooro InqUIrer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Oboro Messenger 175 REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 PHE REPUBLICAN and NOW Idea Womans Magazine 130 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Good PositionsDraughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 3000000 conditions 4 Jtaughon s competitors by not accepting moreBookkeepingvince you 76 per coot of the United States Court Report DraughonteachesTelegraphyWhichDRRUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE tt00ar0IATZDJ EVANSVILLE PADUOAH NASHVILLE ST LoUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS I A 1 r I t iL6 d Jo iY i WE OFLAW- SHOWN on df AT ONCE In to r Wisdom of New Tariff Measure Vindicated Upon ItsI l rInception It PRESIDENTS GOOD JUDGMENT of Declaration by Chief Executive That the Bill It the Best Tariff Law Ever Passed Has Been Proved True by Its Immedi ateSuccelsSI Washington At midnight on March 31 the several features of the new tariff law which did not go Into effect at Its enactment became operative Among other features was the maximum and minimum clause and so efficacious was this new feature of our tariff law and so diplomatic has beent1 our president and state department that it Is quite likely that the maxi mum rates will not be applied to a single country More than 100 proclamations have been signed by Presi dent Taft granting the minimum rates to various countries including all the important commercial nations of This result is a distinct victory torT and a vindication of the wisdom of theIf Republican leaders who framed theII tariff bill and has secured for this country the best possible rates for ourtI exports Into foreign countries and at the same time has not In a single In stance brought on a commercial war with any of these countries It makes stronger than ever the statement made by President Taft and repeated bytI other Republican leaders that the present tariff bill la the best law we ever had For not only have the new features which were engrafted Into the law been eminently successful butU the two greatest reasons for a protective tariff namely revenue and protection to us In surprising degreesSIAs for the revenue it can be how successful the new law has beentI by the returns up to April II A yearII ago at this time the receipts from all sources for the nine months endingn March 31 were about = while this year they are about 480 000000 showing an Increase of about 50000000 A year ago the deficit was over 70000000 while at presents it is considerably under 20000000 and there seems to be no doubt what ever that it will be wiped out altogether by the end of the fiscal year and that too without considering the receipts from the corporation tax which Is estimated will be from 25 000000 to 30000000 In fact as a revenue measure there has probably never been a tariff law on our statute books that has adjusted Itself so readily and so perfectly to our expendl tunes It will be admitted that a large surplus Is never desirable and of course we should not have a deficit but to have the expenditures and re IIthea result under the law which we areI now operatingtLaws Workings Satisfactory It Is complained by many that our foreign trade has proven that the new tariff bill was not protective in many of its features It Is enoughI our imports have increased under its operation and that ports have already decreased making our balance of trade smaller than for many years It Is not however shown that these increased importations have i IIleancluded that they are mostly luxuries and material to be worked up by our factories So long as our people con tinue to be busy and fully employed us Is the case just so long will these Increased Importations not be a bur I den but will contribute in a degree to our very prosperity In some cases however it Is apparent that the new rates of duties have allowed importa tions of commodities which we should prefer to see produced In this country Till however such a result Interferes with American production and shuts off the American factories we should not complain The situation however will be watched closely and If we find that Ihe rates In any particular sched ule are too low there will of course be an agitation for an Increase But taken as a while the new tariff law Is working almost perfectly and there Is no disposition on the part of any honest man to have the law changed for years to come The dem agogue and the agitator will no doubt continue to claim that there must be another revision but it Is noted that the people at largo are well satisfied with present conditions an4 that the business men throughout the country would object to any change at present Labor Troubles Ending It is a source of gratification on all sides that our labor troubles are ad lusting themselves and that employers and laborers are getting together In all sections of the country and through arbitration are adjusting their differences It Is true that In one or two Instances strikes have been prolonged and bad feeling engendered with the consequent losses both to employers and employes as well as to the general but for the most port threatened outbreaks have been arerted and the outlook for the year was never better The question of high prices is stilt m acute one but at least twe conclu tN ti t 1rliir riI6ni han been reached and tniplte the vast amount of mlsreSlres nta tioh and lying that has been going the people are becoming fully con vinced that these high prices are In the first place worldwide and exist foreign countries In some Instances a larger extent than here at home 1chargedthat our tariff which will no doubt beG- an Issue is indeed as near perfect as can ho made to suit present conditions and also that It is not a cause any of the evils by which we are In surrounded There are injustices in our commercial and business life that must be reached by national and state legislation and so far as the federal government is concerned every effort will bo made between now and the close of the present congress to enact laws as will give the people the desired rellet Republican Victory Assured There Is no doubt whatever that In several such laws will be enacted and that with a continued high volume of employment with good crops and good prices for the farmer we shall pass a record breaking year In every respect and the people must attribute the conditions in a large extent to the legislation of the Repub lican party This means a Republican victory at the polls next November and a Republican congress in both branches to sustain the administration itthe last two years of President term It may be possible that the election were held this spring of next November the result might be a matter of doubt but when truth Is spread and the misrepresentation has been overcome the people as they have so often in the past will see that it Is to their best Interests to keep the Republican party In power and uphold the principles of In party and give unstinted support- to President Taft and his allies throughout the administration Satisfactory Condition The number of food animals In the States has decreased 5000 000 since 1901 and the number of consumers has increased 12000000 in the time This Is the result of an analysis by bureau of statistics of the depart of commerce and labor of the estimates of population and department of agricultures esti of food animals In the years 1901 and 1910 The term food animals Includes- In this instance all cattle sheep and in the United States as es by the department of agricul I ture and the term consumers In eludes all of the population as estimated by the census IWages at Home and Abroad Rates of wages In the United States navy yards are fixed by boards which are required to base the wages on the rates paid in the vicinity of the yardI for similar work Thus for the pres ent year In the Washington navy yard for molders of the first class 360 Is paid for eight hours work 336 Is paid to ordnance men 352 to painters 336 to riggers 3qo to wire and 336 to coremakers A comI parison of these wages with those I In foreign countries would leave doubt in the mind of any fair man to the beneficial effect of the pro tective tariff Consul General Dilling ham reporting from Coburg Germany gives the wages In the five leading porcelain factories as varying from 476 to 8 a week for men and 213 439 for women In other words workmen are paid In this country al most as much for one day as some I workmen In Germany get for a weeks work Consul Norton of Chemnitz reports that In five leading textile asso ciations the average annual pay was from 141 to 211 That Is only about onequarter the amount paid firstclass mechanics in this country Consul Winans reports from Seville Spain that the wages run from 30 to 40 cents a day for lacemakers The same story comes from other European countries an of which conclusively demonstrates the value of our protective system to American wage earners as well as practically to everybody else and also explains the cause of the enormous emigration from Europe to the United StatesExporting Men and Women There Is one kind of exports from the United Kingdom for which there Is no competition from the United States and that is the export of hu man beings Mr Macklnder In speak ing in the British parliament the other day said There Is one great export of this country which is always omitted in statements of this kindthe export of men and women Each man and wom an who leaves the country can hardly be put down at less capital value to the nation than 1000 Last year 150000 more of British and Irish sub jects left the country than entered It This would represent an export capi tal equal to 150000000 Germany under a protective tariff though she has a million births more than deaths in a year is no longer an exporter of people in a serious sense while the United Kingdom which produces less than halt a million population a year exports 150000 annually Belgium has a density of population twice as great as that of the United Kingdom and Is rather a small Im porter of people than an exporter Mr Macklnder went on to show that this exportation of human beings was disastrous to the nation and was build fag up other countries at the expense of the United Kingdom and he saw ho remedy except that which would be furnished by the adoption ota pro tectlve tariff u rK GRAND JURY 1 Mm for ShWillContinued from Ettrab Page Lag o fHerald and of the Frankfort State Journal the latter edited by former J C W Beckham during the tens weeks session of the Legislature tel the grip bf the lobbyupon the aDd course of legislation wasp exposed ibut last spite of comments which Included for names and specified certain bllls asIm those under the protection of Third Houee the General Assem bly adjourned without making any Inavestigation thus tacitly agreejng that these charges were true curd However the weds 5hus gown haveJo germinated In the Influential r her papers scattered over every county the State until the pplllclans have foreseen the coming crbpjof bitter fruit which the party In paver must oat M H Thatcher State Inspector G and Examiner recently appointed to the Canal Zone Commission In his report upon the State penitentiaries furnishes the grand jury with a number of helpful suggestion which tor that inquisitorial body should have hand constantly during Its sea lone The Thatcher report contains refer or vices to the operations of the leaders of the lobbywhich are an Interesting commentary upon the way In pan ffhich personal debts of gratitude jo members of the Assembly who sleet the commissioners are paid like favors In this way the Prlsorir Commls In rlonerewho have been Identified with the the Third House in previous artl cles published In the Herald have obtained a leverage upon the legis atlon which Is BO great aa to make ho advice of these men greatly ought by interests affected in pend ng or threatened legislation Ell H Brown Chairman of the 3oard of Penitentiary Commissioners estIfled as follows concerning his personal legislative activity before State Inspector Thatcher In response to a query as to whethejr or not he pad charged fees for his services In matters before the Genral Assmbly My legislative experience of six rears In the Legislature gave me julte an accurate knowledge of legis ot lative procedure From time to time ince I have lived In Frankfort I javo been applied to by lawyers and represeatatlves of persons affected by endipg legislation for advice and as sistance touching the method of legls lation procedure and information as to the status of ponding bills and is to advice as to their conduct In relation thereto In a few Instances I have given such advice and such aid and charged a fee therefor But most jf my legislative activity has been for political and personal reasons in- an effort to secure the passage of legislation that would be helpful to the State and to the party with which- I A have been identified and to defeat legislation which I considered Injuri ous to the State or to the party with which I have been identified and to repay political and personal obllga Jocn Incurred where doing so did not result in injury either to my party ir to the State This came after Inspector Thatcher e had developed the fact that Mr Brown acted at attorney for Armour fe Co who sold meats to the pent tentiarlea His defence was that in the awarding of these contracts lie sat back while his colleagues Messrs Fogg and McCutchen acted upon the bids Harvey McCutchen stated Inn testi fying before Inspector Thatcherthat he represented the Bell Telephone Company Curaberlaln and that he represented that company before theJ General Assembly In masters of legis lative Intertsj affecting the company I He stated that he had been Attorney for the company since 1896 and long had been a stockholder in that company Flnley Hogg a member of the com mission Batted that he wouldbo unwilling to accept employment of the sort accepted by Mr Brown from Ar mour Co and stated that he Fogg did not represent any such contractor for prison supplies r fNARROWS 1 Mj Mr Duke and daughter Mtes Ef fle of Sunuydale visited Mrs A R Ronfrow Thursday and Friday Miss Olymphia Howard WhliUvUle visited Isabelle Thomaaxlhe ifestiOf e fthe week Mr andMraO P Will la lyldted relatives In Fordsvllle Tuesday r- iMrat Frank Bcrkfey Cedar Grove lelghborhood Is tho guest of her brother Mr J H Thomas and tarn Ib liae Luta Brows of Fordsvln vis ted near Narrows from Saturday anti MOnday + Rea4row who beeR ariJdtzi chool at nowun Green u the AB year vtetteo her mother TlenfVow the Siret of the week has TOW accepted a position In where we hope she may biavi mcccEs Mr John Baker I ILB visit his sister Mrs Bhutto thlsweek Mist Zona Robinson who has been at tending Abe meeting at Dundee returned home Monday accompanied by lies Tula Coppage Mr and Mrs D P Beam and daugh Ruby visited Mr J II Thomas family the latter part dl week They will leave Thursday Oklahoma where they will reside the future May abe with UK vesternera Rev Riley McKinley Is conducting revival at the Methodist dhurch Mr Wayne Stevens and wlfeHart Mr Will Renfrew and wife Mr Renfrew and elateiB Misses Es and Settle visited Mr J B Ren row and family Sunday Inspection Co uB In compliance with O O No 4 A O Feb 15 1910 Company H 3rd nfty K S O Is called into active service and directed to report to the commanding officer not later than twelve oVslock noon April 20 1910 Inspection by Captain Wm R Mbson 2nd U S Infantry One dayty pay will be received for his service No one can be excused absence The most scrupulous care must be observed by each member of the coin In order that the best possIble appearance may be made The com manding officer urges that every somber of the company exert hton elf to make the Inspection the best the history of the company and regiment RespectfullyJ Capt 3rd Infty K S O t S Among the Lodges Maccabee Lodge had a special meet ig hero last Thursday evening Had work in all degrees and It was horoughly enjoyed by a large attendance of the members S Hartford Lodge No 675 F A M held Its regular meeting Monday ilgbt There was work In the Second degree and in addition considerable routine business S Rough River Lodge No 110 Knight Pythias Is having a boom in In rease in membership At the regular neoilng Tuesday evening of tills week five candidates were given the Page ank all good men and true At this neeilug four petitions wore received and four candidates were elected to ake the ranks The following Knights ompose the committee to provide tor suitable entertainment at the tough River Lodge Anniversary Coloration to be held the 19th of this noniVh J II Williams R T Collins and R D Walker The following ffllghts attended the District Con rentloa which was held In Central City Wednesday John B Wilson S Anderson S T Barnett and J R lrtle SALEM April eHev Normun Robison reached at this place Friday night Saturday night and Sunday and also unday night We hope to have brot r Roblson In our midst again Mr anC Mrs Sam Jamison and family Olaton visited his parents last week Mr and Mrs Estil Rnley and family Mr and Mrs Tom Rnley and family risked Mr and Mrs Worth Baby Sun layMrs Annie Daniel Jlorse Branh Is 0111 the sick list Mr and Mrs John Myers andjtttlr wn Troy visited her parents Mr ad Mrs J G Wilson Saturday night Mrs M B Wilson and daughter Mi 3dna Jamison Is vUflng MraM B Vilsons sister Mrs Fannie Iurzell tear Beaver Dam Miss Annie Myers visited Mr and Mrs L E Wilson Sunday night Mr Claud Roblson visited Mr klr Enoest Wtfite Saturday nlfiiht Mrs Ida Gruff and two children Polly and Roy and Miss Lillian Myer visited lohand Mrs Robert Myers Sunday The funeral of Mrs Bessie Bashan Yin be preached at Cane Run the third Sunday in May For Sale I have for sale a good secondten bUggy and harness W E ELLIS I8tf The Produce Man- ElJB Railroad Time table at Hartford Ky Trolntr pass Hartford at the follow ng times NORTH BOUND L12703 a m Passenger Dally 114310 p m Mixed Dally except SundaySOUTH BOUND L1900 a ffij Mixed Dally except Sunday 132 O7 prniJPseeca8er Dally i CLOTHESi t QUALITYl moderate cost and well tailor r 1 ed are just such cloths as you want for your money We are f prepared to supply that wanl Our stock of Men Youth and Boys Clothing represents the pick of this seasons new weaves Fabrics Shades and Colors + Come in and see We show the assortment and make the right I prices A new and complete line of i Mens Spring Neckwear Hosiery Underwear Dress Shirts Hats Headquarters for Walk OverBen Hut and Star Brand Shoes and Oxfords Rosenblatts 1 X SA1ISFIESI 9 9 99999 ra 6 IN OF 1 t S In addition to our Depart ment we handle every piece of ma chinery to be used on farm from a traction engine down to a garden You cannot make a mistake in buying one of our Corn Drills They givesatisfaction labor REMEMBERTHAI YOU NEED THE WAY HARDWARE YEflAyEJT Hardware the hoe save Our line of Plows Cultivators Disc Harrows and Wagons is the most complete I ever brought to Hartford v In the way of Buggies Runabouts and Surries our line cannot be surpassed anywhere in the Green River country Try us for Field Seeds Roofing Paints Oils Harness We can supply you withF- any kind of Piping Bath Tubs and Bath- Room Fixtures po CoimtrSiJiply a i Y HiARTFORD t KY r 1 Lur H y taIi A A rr r r 1 r