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Ltl i r Y kYt r I rI yt p af ItfLjt I tartfer4 f ThpubIican 6 I dp 1tfi JQb Work t DEVOTED TO TIlE INTERESTS OF ALL TIIE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year I I VOL xxh HtRrFORD OHIO COUNTY tit FRIDAY APRIL 15 1910 No 39 IUNUSUAL GROWTH OF VEGETATION Will ePoduced By The Coming Comet Oar Correspondent Narrows Gives Valuable Suggestions in Consequence ky rlPI Editor RepublicanI take it that your rdaders wlll be lntvmsted In iny Toliable Intonnatlon about the approaching VlsLt of Hnlleys Comet Paw vlslblo In the early morning twl11ght Much speculation has boon indulged to by amateur ostaonomers and dire prieUiethna of uwoward results haveahmmed the untntatod to a state bardering on frenzy After painstaking obgervntlons and careful an1I1- ytical deduotlons I am able to give assuranjo that no nlamn need be felt Ware the approach of the wonderful opeotable Not only will life be In no danger of extinction or discomfort but the effect of the Oom etIc vlsltor wdll be to invigorate ap Imal and vegetable Uteo an extreme of lntoxlcatJon The increasedmmmnth whICh however will no way I11e9UJt In humnn dScomtort produced by the passing vsdtlor will augment vegetu- blo growth to an excess never befd- mrwltncd even In the tropical regions Farmers should make every possble- tnrerton to clean their fields of Weeds Carly do the season for by Juno tiTot the growth of vegetation will bero-r luxuriant that it will be lmposstble to mmovo It with the farming irn- rplgm at ln opazmop sinoo hes- vtnlight duce the most aeeetUal ne- ws1tJleS of vegetable growth the vac1addton of these supplied by the comet will sent the corm stalks to a i height of twenty or thirty feet The grass of the later cut meadows will fmJ In lengths of yarOO and tobacco must be topped oarlr If the farmers hope to be able to Welch the top which will be out of roach early In July WatCl1IIl lon hills should be planted wider apart then usual lest the melons pile upon each other and rIpen slowly and Inrpenfeetly- Those ladles who have the famll lar cugtnm ot training creeping ylne3 about their doors should root out their stocks at onoc lest the vines tram sheer exuberance ot growth should crush the hotue cre ooze the doors elm windows to the extromo- of suffocating the inmates The boats of the lorofJt may be expected to grow to startling propontJos In the thick set woods We darkner of a starJocs night wlll proont an awe insplrlng spectacle Fruits of ev ory kind will grow to wondorful sloes Apples will approach the sIze of pump kus and W1ckberrles wail hang like ears of corn Cherries twill grow and gnapcs hang like a cluster of t1Cd balloons tt a county Lair But the real t1UtXm is roerved- for Mny ISth when we pam through the fiery tall of the groat sertponit of the etherroal deep Tlwre wn1 be no parcl1IDg cf Holds bomng of nlvem too nufforadthg of life tts learned astronomers have ataraningly fold us The gas of the comets mil is cloee ly allied with the laugMvg gas dental notoafety only many tlmn3 1J1Onl exhiiorattng For two houTSa space aU too IME the wholoworid will be intoxicateddrunkwith this subtle sUmuant brewed tra the fields of boundless space Duttng thIS brief space for the first time stnce chaos ran to frn peace and good wllI will pervade the world All drunk with naptum Tone will dare psvert the hour atl slut all cheer all song For once the etoughte- prohlbltfmist will ytoMM tnnn bUar ious condlt Oll1l ho never before kuOw- or has long slncetor and the old toper will aotwIshing that some proq et like JOOh1a ooldwouldiuI e 4to hnand the comet to stand eter- aeBy stilt Fora couple of hou- rsetcy win reign upon the earth and theca come tbo sleep from Whcll Xbe teal danger of CcnieUo visit WIn artaj gulch a eon of eildhiratign canhot pass without leaving tho oustomary- exbauettoa and every aniumte thing osearth wilt glee Sleep a elev- pthat will te near unto death A Jeep Sri profound attpav daDpr 7 cf threatens that wbole neighborhoods may nuver awaken unles strop g minds- Uofore hand charge thammlve9 hypnotically width the dUty of awaking and arousing thou fellows Pars as poSSC6slngalLUJIl clocks should set them for their posedblo servlce In awufcng the sleepers I have IA- veutedamautomatic mLChlne that wll awaken any sleep short of death and shnl1 supply them without post to my trends BewAre of tliq deathlike- sleep J H THOMAS Jumps Down Smokestack Ansorna Conn April ItIn the ldscovery just mad fthe body of Frederick H Smith under a pile of soot In the bottom of a 102toot smokestack of a local shop the au thorities believe Is revealed probably the most remarkable suicide in the history of the State Both his legs were broken and the police expressed today the belief that Smth climbed down nS4de The vietlm won last ssen alive during the week following last ChIrtmw when he appeared at the boilerroam of the shop and asked to be allowed to warm himself by the fire I COL BELKNAP PASSES AWAY Well Known Business Man end Prominent Pepublican Politician Col Morris B Bdknp died at his homo In LculsvlUe Tuesday at 330 oclrck Pm alter aru illneas of almost a yWruOd rationi The imme- darte cause of d th vdaq aiccute In flnmatton of the stomach said to have boon brought o4 ortohaye bad Us origin i tves in tILSLiaalsh American War while located In Porto Ibica Col Belknap was a member of the Hardware firm of Belknap Company which Is kooww all over the United Storm He has always taken an active interest In politics being R staunch Republican and was the Republimn xnmineo for Governor In 1903 but was defeated by Governor Beckham Many Hartford people will remember phcasantly his visit hero during the campaign and how ho- wammed up to them although he had boon represented as being somewhat cold matured Cct Belknaps first wife was a daughter ot GeOOIW S B Buckpor Ho was born to Louisville Juno 7 1866 He will bo grent ly mlsed do Louisville and through out the entire State r Among the Lodges Acme Lodgu No 339 I0 O F will celebrate the anheIml of the founding of the order TUEsday atter noon April 26tlI An Interesting pro gram has lieen arranged and the iady- relatiaos elf the members will be Invited to atttmd Rough RIver Lodge No 110KnIghts of Pythias gave the Page Rank to tour candidates Tuesday oven Ong and the EsquIre Rank to WO Pages One application for membershlp tyros rec- e1IvOO and toUI ptl11onera were e noted The delegates who attended the convention at Central City reported II spendld meeting and are profuao- to tJhlJ1r compliments for the Central Oy Lodge In the way she entermdn ed her visitors Knlght John B Wit v of Rough Riven Lodge was re- accied District Deputy for the eum- inng year without opposttion Kntght Wilson has made a splendldrecord end We Predict for him still higher hosts- m the order JINGO Apri113Fanners ate gtLng along fine planttmg corm Mrs Henry Dever Qud daughter Mrs Belle Splnke oOht plttoe VlltI- OOd MrsL S J Weller Monday Mr Henry Lamb and wile Dundee visited Mr and Mrs GeOrge Splice SundayrMiss Goldin Roache Is vleWng Tela- tlv sot Sugar Grove J Mr John Dever and little son Johuio of Mount City IlLvlSed his parents Mr and Mrs H C De ver of thls place and left IndLr for Lario County Kentucky Mrt H 114qWcller la our the sick llstthl week Mr Feak Nickels HodgmivUe Ky was at the bedside of his sister Mrs ever Mar gunsydaei h TRUST GASES GO OVER Long Delay Probably Caus ed By Death Supreme Court Reassigns For Argument Standard Oil and Tobacco Suits Washington April llThe Supreme Court of the UJ1w Statesi today reassigned for argument the canes of the United States agednst the American Tobacco Company and the Standard on Company Tlhe argument of these case comes DS the direct result of the doalthof Juice Brewer who died a few days after the Standard Oil cats had boon argued As Justice Moody was unable to a end these Clselonly Wven Jus tlCC3 were deft to give a ddcinn How the court was divided In regard to rbho declsfon in bheeo oases 15- st6jl as much a mystery htthufbernoon as before the slgnment of the oases for TeQrgument It Is behoved however that the court was eveuly dltadod or almost so anti that ttprobably w is loth to give to the country II decISion which woo mot supported by n mgjonlty of II full court Such II majority would be flue members The fact hu the corporation tax cases weub not set for rdargument- Is taken to mean that a deelsim- wdn be announced ln regard to the ornstltutdonnllty lOt the law authorizing tt within a short time That rec1lajgnmen surpriseSuchcame as n complot a toassdgnment was antIlolpafed by some loot Monday when the court met attar the derh of Justice Brewer When It was not forthcoming at that ttlme It wan generally believed twa- tdeltcnn of the case waud be announced SI1- Attorrey General Wlckmham WaS as much surprfeed as any once At the sutiideu tuna In the tight ILgalns these COrpC tOts He expre led this utter Ignorance d any fulthor knowledge of the tlod of the count other wan the arrnouIWOO16nt of Chief Justice FullU thw Nos J16 and 317 the American Ttbacco Company vs the United States and the Unttec StatS vs the Amirlcan Tobaooo Company and No 726 the Standard OIL Oem pany of New Jersey ye the United States Me restored So their enlaces Oil the docket for reargumont Unless a motion tO advunee the cases Is made they will not came up In the regular order of buslroasos for nearly a Car It Is reguded ns improbable that such motion flea ToargU meat before next dorm win be made Only throe more weeks of this term- remain for hearing the argument of caSes although the court has come In before dte adjournment about the fine ot Juno to hear arguments to a- particular can The effect of the reargument will- doubtites be to have the successor of Ju1zdice Brewer whosnWcvtr he may be panlclpate 1ncOt1fAllrealon of thre cases The choice of the euaerscr may be made more diffi cult on acoounlto of todys comp1ca- Ubn SolicItor General BowerS has boon mentioned protnlnently for the vemncy and now the question atdsee Ill to whether he would be odgble 10- ELt1f the argument of these cases as did Attterrey Gneernl Wleketshambut opinion m d vIOOd P8 to whethr It would be in good loran for hint tn sit In judgment becauro otlda adnlisoy- peation in the Depu1ment oct Justice A Valuable Dog The lime rag boon wbenlfa common cur dog should purloin a hum of hog meat he world be teken out and shat as II despised thief Nouw that nI ordlndry sized ham represents al most a fortune when reduced to hard cash the stealing of one be- CIOOS grand larceny and plaedstho- thIof along da the same clam with the bank wrokom and those who water cottparatfon tckam corner the maaktb cJeanlngup mU1ioos atone tellawoop Infactthe stealing of an conalderabe liaedd piece oCmeathleh wan J3ol JyooasldereVeil ttJeny j c Y r mlbt now place the thief tn the cafes ot embezzlers One day last week a dog belonging to 1Ir Dan rofnG Hartford took from the prem- tds of Dr Joe Taylor a tine country itrmaster who was at work on the reoogndth tOg had not Injurod It to sntls fyI s own nppel to In the least and l returnEd to its owner Dr Tgyh r Immediately offered o pay iJIsupply of meat and make itra useful adjunct to his otter facil- itles for provIding for the future wel faro of htme1f and family Howe erits owner refused to part with It for any consideration I I Enumerators for Ohio County Pltaon Smith Cersus Supervisor of this Congressional District has an Siouncod the appointment of the list ottoomCmtor who w1Ill do the work ii Ohlo county They are all good mom Gild thoroughly competent and will uo doubt peat the people and- re urn sUsfactory tvsdlts to the govrnonent They areas follows Emory G Schroettr Clarenco D GeorgeWllsttn W Duncan George W Rowa T Hill Henry C Crowd l W P- Nier John D WaJace Nat B hIte- Roy F Keown Guy Marowo 0 R Tinsley and Arthur J Burdette The- cotintty has been divided Into fifteen takingthk1ctimrus CikCOOPER FREED BY GOV PATTERSON 1 suireme Court Grants New Trial To His Son Robin Governor M R IattersOD of Tennessee Issued a narden to Colonel Dun can B Cooper Tuesday after the Supreme Court of Tenneaeo had af firmed the declrdon of the lower court which gave C01 Cooper twenty years In the pmbtentlary ter the murder of exUnited States Senator Edward W OI1lUuck At the same time the court hntdcd down the dcch ion In 001 Coopers ease It set aside the verdict in tho cue of Robin Cooper and he wm therefore undergo a new trial at some future da J The entire Steo lOt Tennessee Is divided and worked up over the manor to nn extent which injures It to n remarkable degree and places It somewhat In the same condition as Kentucky twas In some years ago oven the Goebel murder and prosecutions incident thereto Governer Patterson antI the Coopers have strong backing In the State cud the Demrcrntic patry Is torn asunder owIng to tM fact that the Governor Is II Democrat and of a different faction to that which ox Senator Cormack belonged It Is thought that serious trouble will yc9t result and that the end of the whole nnattr may be yet far dirdant In the future I BALD KNOB April 13There will be preaching at this place next Sunday und Sun day night Everybody camp Mr Dyre Davis and family visited Mr and Mrs Vlck Taylor Sunday Mr Marion Smderfun visited his brother M A E Sanderfur Placebo Saturday night and Sunday Mlese Combo fwd MAe Sandertur visited their couch MISs Emulous Taylor Saturday night Ira Olny Davis visited Mrs JIm Howard of Select Sunday Mr Charlie Smith and Uttle daughters Marb WTe the guests of her brother Mr Dudley Leach Saturday night rind Bupdn- ylUS HItlctt Sandhrfur is expected lwnrea few 1rIeses GoldadQysIManta nail Rhoda Torrence of this place were the guests of Mors Emu lotus Taylor Thursday evening Sir Henry Will Taylor and Miss RosaBerryman ware married last Wed nesdaiy May they have great suc dess and a long and hnpy Ufo is the wish at tho writer MrCal P Kooown Hartford paned through tlre Tuesday buying miner al rights dl rha i da OHIO COUNTY UNION MEETS Best Session Held for Many Moons Much Business Transacted and Reports Show Thriving Con dition of Society The Ohio County UnIon of the Amer scam Society of Equity held do hart ford April 1st and 2nd was taking everything Into consideration one of the very best that has mr been held In the county There was not an ox- ceptionaly large attendance but everything WAS business Tike from the very beginnIng A revision of the list of locals showed forty or more active locals In the county The mem bership of there wilt probably show considerable Increase over last year and this number is several morcJo- cals than we had In the county dur ing the lut year In Pact reirorts have already shown that several decals have bten revIved during this year No tendency to Jim extreme was shown In tile dPiberatora ot the mtetings and a business like Spirit prevailEd during tf entire session The report of the Stock Comm teo showed that a greaWr degree of suc cess had been attalnrd in the shipment of stuck durhg the iraet few months than at any other time in Ity history The farmers ot the county are to be congratulated upon being permitted the WrIC of such emI nenty qualified men as are serving on the Sbxk Committee A poulry d par IVont WaS organi zed with much enthusiasm and thIs was also placed in the hands of our ettlccnt wck committee TIle repair of the TTeasuror shmved that the expenditures for the year- had bron kept within the bounds of our laconic notwithstanding the fact that we have paid thr c graders dur ing the recent tobacco deilverles Instead of one as heretofore The report of the Teephor Com mltttc howed that Articles ot Iueer potty ion have been drafted executed and recorded In the office of the County Clerk and Secretary of State and the company Is now In iositlon to do business Ot a legitlmale banig It also showed the c rsdratible advancement has been made In the way ot Cstnbl1 hlng new JJncs and exchang es- In the county Strong resolutions with a ring of- 1mIncss in each word were adopted The Unitrd Mine Workers of Ameri ca were endorsed In tluzr attemtpt to procure better compensation for their labors than at prosetn County Organizer E W Jackson roported that l1e and Prhsdent S L Stevens had traveled over consldcra ble port+ cns ot the county In the interest of the organization and that onslderable advancement hail been made In the matter of reorganizIng old and organlztng new locals ahd that in the sear futuo there was splendId prospects for greater advance meat along this line I FOR THE BUSY READER The empioyos of tiro New York Central have refused a compromise offend by the company and are hold lag out for an lncrxuso In wages of from 8to 64 per coupS Gov Hughes sent a special mes sage to the NdW York Legtvature- necammending un Immediate Impar tial and unsparing investigation of the alleged use of money to detect leglalationbinchnntts S I City OoUl1CU repealed tiro rdfnnnce passed a year ago whereby more daylight was to be secured by setting local docks two hours fast from May to Odwte1 of each Year John Combs 86 years old and his wife Lou e 78 years old were found asphyxiated In bed at their hOme in Oh1cago lit Is btdlevezt their deaths wort duo to the accideutnl opening oCan illuminating gas jet St The pptittteharing plan under which j Chicago streetcar oontpanithoetm shows a IJrorttto the city of 4500 000 to date according to nn audIt OODlllWted by the Municiml CQmp- troJler This exhlbk indicates IJu average of IGooOOO a year A coalition between Repubi an Insurgents and Dcsnccra against the provision In the legislative blil ap- proprlatlxg 2IiOO for maintenance of the Speakers automobile resulted Ln coalAn estate of 22GOOOOO approximate ly left In Ireardb one Fengu on win be distributed ns sown as all the heirs can be located This brAnch of the Ferguson family ware cf Scotch Irish decent and migrants from the north of Ireland to tlhs country settling in VirgInia Pennsylvania and Now York and some later have boon head frem In Kentucky Locally the matter Is In the hands of Atorney G B Likens Any partiEs interest ed should communicate with Mr u loons promptly with all the inCorma- Uon lslble as to ancestors EQUITY HEN DAY- fiLORIOUS SUCCESS Estimated that 7000 Fowls are Sold Netting Farmers Neat Sum of 5600 Yesterday was equy pour day for Ohio County epuIty peope and deliveries of the product were made at Beaver Dam at II net prIce of alxtken centshigherpoint In Ohio County so tar M we are Informed during the season It isest- imated that betwLUn 9000 nail i 000 fowls were delivered yesterday The delivery nlso continues toO day and estimating that 3000 nuero will bo delivered to day lot is pretty sateo figure that iOOO hens will be sold at- theo figures during tile two days Estimating the weight of the fowLs at five pounds the net receipts ot the tanners fur same will be 5600 As three cetg per pound nhlvauced above prices herotofrTC paid would make n net gain to the tormers of fifteen Cents for each fowl or 1060 In round numbers This sunk has been saved to the farmers ol the county liy reason ot the organization at the lartmeet Ing of the county union of a pouPry department of the Amettcan SocIetY of Equity for the amnty ThIs lf quite a handsome sum in the dock oas of equity tanr2ors for a ntle more than ten days work In geb tug up the shipment and making the attic Many of the people M they drove Into Beaver Dam with their fowls were met by representatvbes of sonic other concern and were offered six teen and a half cents Iror pound for same Only a few however were in duced to sell outride ot too ul1UIlI- zOitlon and the committee having the sale In charge OAK GROVE April 11The Gruphophone inter talnment given by Mr ThU1dolph Wimp at the Oroo Sunday morning was largely attended and eujoytrdby all There were about 200 peophb there Mr S M James wad wife Select visited Jo Miller Sunday Mrs Jahn Smiths death Is expected at any time- Mr Jo Stratton hats sold a Tart of his farm to Mr WImp contdcra- ton 200 The sInging class will moet ovay Sunday morning the rest Qf the summer at the Grove for the purdwsb ot practiceMr WlnOn Smith will return to Hartford In a few days to finish come pleting Mr Davldeons house- Master Shirley Smith Central City Is at the bedside ot hs grandma Mrs John Smith Mr N H Keoww and wife and Mrs Sarah Smith went to Dcuver Dam Monday on businesh The singing at the church Sunday night waSt quite a success r A S of E Notice Hartford LoCal A S ot I Is call ed to meet at the Bennet schoolhouse next Friday night April ltth An members are requested to take their wives with them DUDLEY FORD Vice President i r J t Yt TOE A S DEE DISTRICT UNION Meets in Calhoun and Hold Interesting Session 1w P Stevens of McLean Elected as Delegate to National Meet ing In St Louis Calhoun Ky April SGreen River district uatm of the A S of E met n conventwn at tloo courthouse In Calhoun with Pne deut J R Weller to thtCha1r and Secretary S B Rob eTitSOn at his deck The first bum IntNJ trunracted was tOO readIng of the minutes of the last district meet- Ing which was held to Hartford in jatuary The mtauies were aprvred as read The forowing de eatGs registered Hancock oourty G F IADcaJter- lIa vllle Ed Dowell LewLspart F L JlodgeB of Adair Oho eouatyJ R WellEr and J B Davis of llat1ord R C Hudson of Livia F W IJm and W D- TniO of JPncr Dam C F Funk of Harztmd Davierr county S B RnberUOOJ of Owensboro anti F K 3losele- yIndianaH F Ray and I V- Brown i of lake Ind 3feIean county R n 1lydgglns Comer W T Rlcba than Calboun J 3I ldlt100mn calhoun J C- Layton UI PJ 31 Men Sntway J U DtdMeli SacrunJD W P Stavens Liven W R Yesoden- H K KJrtlfY laleOO J D Vann- Nvekota c 3i Blbb Sacreurento R WIDaneL Shutt SatnUD6Uo A raotlon was canted to have n oomrMtue on resolutiotty The ootr bad UIIch county to scoot Its mein- ly of chi oommktEe The follow Iare u members Oho oouuty J H Davis lndMaa- II F Ray leJcaD couDotyH F Kkti- qy Davlera county F K 3losoley- Prico Baled was addtal to the Da v1esv de ilm- 1awn1ieI was selected all the next 1J o or meeting or the conentlon- Jr I wen decided to hold an executive- ttssson arnl G S Ford was order d to inks charge of the doorIM F Share Stare Organzler or the A S or E wus calhd mId made a v cy latertrlag nddr J The oamlrn 4eo on revolutions made a spurt The report WE nrad- aad on motion the report was ac oopted oil the commltwe discharged On nrJtiotl ttxt rebutmli were tIIkJ utI leCton by s etlon- Tlort we moire dlecum than weual on the rvlrrt or the resolutions fir e oniWtttutlng In the rej- oetfon of tho rnajk porWn fir them There t vlutb ns wtire of Im porlaette only to membor JxceltllI the rroo on the 10000 Mil or acreage- qutanthr TlJo commlttw on reaou- tiocs tbenli ht that Iriatsmucla as moot of tlbll nrmEquity farmora even going to plant large rwnngos the meml8eh- QUld IJI released from any ob11SU- HOD to the untcr llowtevertho con venn though o herwiaeas tt voted down the rrH lutlon- Oa motOrn dstegarym to the 0011011- tfOll at St lwltt wore sleeted F K 3ircilesy was hmlnatnd hut withdrew his rune Othor nominations wore made and alto withdrawn letav lag only W 1 StcYevu and harry SlIruud to IIu vutcd on On the vote beta token W P Stevcrs was elected Aftor HOme i11e diecuswlortt of mime InrllOOtancc the conventlan ad- Journcd tt 1mMt to lIaWivllle on thu first rhunday ill July Chlldron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Uncle Joes Grest Fight in a Thirty Hour Session On a CIUtiou or consUtutlonal prlv leGo there entatlVe Norris of Ne- hrasdea In a dntinatlc manner lulro- duccd thl trsolutlon that precipttat- td the Itwutgetrw war on the Setk- er tip reenoshlfrm s had no tim- etodchv hack in the wings rued the- dasck ground had an element or Incon iM111yIhead It nyad il4 Tho clerk read the rssolutlonchar- enge and the fight way on = TJ1o day frl your slllvatlon Is at band dcclalvd Champ mark to the insurgents and las Democratic collea giles with C1 Wvc of his hartdJ Tbo time had como to dethrone 1he Czar and She talk grow more and more tJ ltfir pcnsonttt on 4h lights ot Repi enratdvo Cooper brought Speaker cannon to the floor and Rcpresentu4IVO Qal1dncr was call I ed to witness that lie had not been trampled upon la committee tiPpoJal meats by the Speaker Ratlrorad trains were brtngolng the absent members from all parts i kk the err On to Washington Rep trsentatlve Dwight the Republican whip was as busy as the umpire or a ball game Again and again roll calls were taken on she question of a rrelDS but the insurgents joined the Democrats to voting no comp lIng the Old Guard to face the iyouo- No sage scene could be more epee taculAr than waa the Hints of Rop- resaves as the rising sun gleamed through the akylight mingling With the glare of the eectxc light and producing a curious and somewhat ghastly tint on the weary faces of the men below There are neither win dws nor elECt c llgb n In the cham r but aU light filters through the glass roof Dignity had been dissip- aed like the scraps of paper that JIt- tered the aisles and men lounged in all sorts tlf at nudes Representative 3foare was In the chair and Uncle Joe appeared at the rlgb of the rostrum sta ding erect and cool under the tire A fresh carnation In his but tonhole tad his stronglymarked up per lip freshly shaven and hs beard trimmed the Speaker came forward seeming the battle Unce Joe threw down the gaup let boldly with a we of his left hand In which he held the sheet of flutter hag pages from which he bad just read Representative Dureson then undo a quick dash down the aisle bent on accepting the challenge and- ousting the Speaker from the chair art once Some or his colleagues tried to pnUB him to deslst from his hy acceptance of the proposal Representative Shertey with whke lIps foiowed him to the ctTkD desktry ing to cave him from making wirai be thought I tactioza pary under A Canadian editor sitting near me remarked You seem to have no reel govern ment How remarkable that you Amerlets In quickly come together laughing and talking over maters after such revolutionary and hitter dputls Does a muJork mean a vote of confidence In this country Its aU ao joly mixed U know eke- your l ldloua cock aU I dcrerty Joe 3lltcheI Chapple In National lagl1zilJlJ for April Stops the Cough heals the Lungs QUICKS MEDICINE rIf not better then any other money back J C MENDENBALL MEDICINE CO evANSVILLeINOGreat The largest and most powerful naval wanton In the worlda H Inch breechloadl6 gunla being hubh by Uie 3lldvas Steel Company arid will be d in red to the Navy Dc- iknrtment ut Wa4hlngton the la7ter- psrt of tilts month The gun will weigh 633 tone or ten tons more thaw he 12inch gunv of 45author which have been bunt far the battleltips North Dakta lid D4aware It will In about six oIlS heavier thanthe- ateet type of OooUber 12luch guar hlhnded for the Arkrraa and Wyo- ntiag Its t1llul Ioangth will be w 12 feet The capacity of the chamber or the new gun will ire 15843 cubic inches this being tile mpartment in which will belllaool the charge or 365 rounds of snwkebes Powder required to discharge the powerful projecltie- woihhng 1400 poundswhleh the gun wtiil fire Attar the ahetl Ls fired It will travel n dktaree of 542 tnnher within the bore of the gun There t- hgrovel or the gun will impart a rotury mouton which wm prevent the huge projectile from tuTtillg on end and losing Ita farce This gun will huvo nn extreme tango of more than twentyfive mtlrs adthcugh the range at which It will be fired In actual battle would be noout 9000 yards or Live rotted TJ18 tango of naval biRleu has more than trebled ronce the Spanl hAm lcaJll war Then It was thought that battle on the tta would be fought at 3000 yards rune Guns were built aodrd- iegly All licavy Anletdcan naval guru are taw bunt too engage the CItm1Y at a distance of lIve mlle The 1400 pound shell from tlkJ now gun will have the muzzle of the wxsalnu ttt the rato of 2600 feet per rocmd It will bo able to po ce- ueven inches or KTUPP atoel at 9000 yards and In hid rtupeet will he the most pcwcTlul gun 1n the world The Roman Inedeat Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made I1J1 arrangement with the publishers of the Inland Farmer of LouIsville whereby wo are enabled to furnish Tiue Hartford Republican and that Jlaper one year for lW The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Journal and pile of the best farm papers pUblished In the United States Our readers should take advantage of llilB offer U POIssNOUs PLANTS ON THEfFAIM F1eshy Fungi that are Apt to Ie Mistaken for Edible Mushrooms i Farmers should famiurlze themselves with polronous 1J1a1l1S and use every enact possible to dtroyt- hat lOO are or a dangerous character All poiwraus plante arenot JUeJ ly Injurious to lit parun s nor to a1l forms of me For example take the action of poison Ivy Upon anlm- t has no apparent external effect horses males and goats eating Us lean with Impunity Doth on the skins or a majority of person it sofa with var tying lnteaslty Some popoie are e1- tlrely Immune There are two fungus plants th Lt greatly rotrmble mu haootnsUbe a known as the fly Amanata and Lea dwh cup The latter can be dirt gulshed from the common mu by Its wMe gis and sporeS a tta growing In woods Insteadof in nice own IXah cup is the meat polsono u of aU the fleshy fungi Amorclan faire henbore known as Itch wend Is tJlooonous tho seed I g espoonll polsJous to poultr- Horres have been known to be polio ed by eating the leaves yet she noon to rollsh It end eat T with a patient tmpuly- dPokeweed Is a well known w that has many hounei old uses but soma chemical dr mecharlcal manipu- IItlan seems necessary to prevent i effects when ott is eMea Thin runt an the alcoholic extract of the fruit at quite comnvray wed aII a houstun d remedy for the Itch and other dleeaaos and for rheumlttsm 5kinI Cora coeke Is generally rujoffamlrr In a grdngrolng States Buck chew y known commonly as wild cherry which is somo1mws cu- tlvated 1 as an ornamental rftade 5 Ee1- WB hespoisontus quillleIJ The rrult is ru her agreeable being but ly bltiter and asrlngent to tastesllghtI also used as a blars liquor bdg poured on the berries to botUes Po onting Is firquenLy caused by cata ooJJng the wilted leaves from bra chI thrown caremly within their reach or I Ignorantly ofreNd as rood Children caslonnlly die from eattrg the kerneh- or the seed or from wallowing the fruit whole The wrier come years ago had quit a heavy DoJ3 among idy young goess farm ootlng shoots or wid cherry tree Chat sprung Ull nrourd an old tree th1t was In an ineoaure W11PJ1I the goer- S r ware kept As soon as the cause wa discovered the rem lnlog geese were changed In new quarters and thCl1J were no more dearths Strange to fay that while these green 1eav+ i polar n ed the geasethe general loultry DOOm ed ImmunechicltOts not only are th loaves but picked up the hUon trot with apparently no had effect Rat7ebox aya known Qi wi d peat nathc to low sandy sobs from ute Atlantic woctward to finl1i Ofa an- Da2crn d Kansu It Is common in ConItfcut New Jersey and Nor fh- Carollll The 1IolsQJuSl cotarttuW nt Is unkrurwn hot It lies loth Iii th loaves arl the reed 1UfllS llld rome throes ea tle are killed by lJlrnJ gra s or meadow hay mIxed with the planL Poison oak arao known as Cadror nla piton sumac swamp sumacthun derwood dr affects tile skill In tlm game way S poison Ivy and cases to quire tt name remedy Laurel leaves cenunonly u lCd tr- ydecorative r purpoes In nter tar Ohs floworit branches are often catnless thrown fray inclosures where animna is are keep The older cattle are not so frequemly kiled by Ib but they a by no moonS Immune Hurt1eS nnd wen goats have died rom atlng the ones Great iaurol la known also as laurel south or Pneylran4 coobay mountain laurel rhododendron Amerl- mn rosebay big laurel penn ylvan- lbtgltnf laurel Pennsylvania laurel Pennsylvania door tonguoC plant Vermont slrcon huPcii New HamptlreStaggorbuahbranch Ivy bac nighkt- rfaade and bttternweet are other poI oonOUB plants mentioned by autJorl ties The jimson weeds ATe rank 111 smelling plants with large funnolsha 1otirva1yod5eed which have been inYtoducd trrJ tin I United State v from Europe and troP Ical Amerlco Too lrr8eent opi II Is n nlout smooth bushy manual2 l9- Ii feet high with a coanne grckln1t large leaves and white thooVY4ge iflowers 2 to 4 Inches long The lo era appear from May to SuptetUbran the fruit ripens front August to N- vember aaccording to liLU ude TM to jM TY f b 0 seek are er8tanti abOnt tI1e use of a b1ol baelewhmt WileD a1El8tIiJ1e Tom nectar J sweet but a RuBeatiDgCMNol by JhBiJORlWeed utise In adults from exceetre use B a silo- want or as a medicine Children are sometimes tempftd to eat the fruit If they arts permitted to play wherle the weed Is to be round Several faces of that kind were repat ed tt the untt ed State Deparment of A ultnre Apen3j31fed In August by eating the seeds of the tJurpleflowcred specle9 which wore cultivated In a garden as a cu tfostty rondo the tanclful tmde flame ofnJght blooming cactus Children are ago tOlooued by sucking the flow ei or playing with It In rtle tnattd- ro The fresh leaves and also the root have occasionally been cooked by ms take for other wild edible plants One or two imCtaots arts recorded In which cattle have been POiSoned b eaUng the leaves of young p- re which were present In grass hay Hows This oomWe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Carlarrh that cannot be cured by lIallj Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY B CO Toledo Ohio We the underoJgned have kno F the last 15 honorablye in all business transactIons and ft obligepKIXXAX 33ARVIN Wholesale Dnrgglas Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon the bloo snit mucous surfaces of the syaxstrt TestImonials sent tree Price 75c per bdte Sold by aU Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stlpation Return ofa Singed Cat The singed cat is coming back DinnocrXs all over the country wh ooe long identification with high fll1U1ce durtgIgallon of the tariff issue have taken Ihart of hope Two special oongTC3 slonnl electrons In districts as tar apart on the maps as hasl Massa chusetts and Nest f1ssourl are bringing them out of JongcnforcOO retirement to after themselves again upon the altaris or their country The surface of the waters tieryvthete Is- c gnawing dotted with the leads of them bobbing up serenely from be low under conviction that the Skies above are cleaning They seem to feel sure at lat that there Is again a p nibl8ty far a conservative Demo crab to get something They appear to harbor the daluson that robin but tariff Is to be talked In this yeah s camparglung And when tariff is the paramount tsrue or n campaign no brnlys lucurt can bleed for the plain people and the common people hkc first of a Democrat loaded up with the glltwgu securities or a preda- e vary truSt Xobcdy can reel for the pro ultumae consumer like a Demo cratic cllnda for Congrcts who la llilerelcd In e rtcrprlsee for coror tug tho rrcctasitiets of life The Wo Senator Gorman was tho spokesman of this class throughout the making of the Democratic tariff law during tiro unroerLufn hesEtating- e dtJubful years of 189394lii when panc was precipitated lie had neon chairman or the National Democratic Committee In one or two of Its great tariff campagn3 Preccdng hIm In tho chair of the National Democratic Committee hd been William H Bar rum or Connecticut and Calvin S Brace of Ohio men au thoroughly LdenUlld with corporate monopoly as ever Gunman was A growing con roousnets of tiro inconsistencies of such leadership with Democratic paTty pror63tontl or solicitude fur tho- I mantas was the feet or IIryanlbrn in the DemecraVlc organization The wretched performances of lS93 9n brought conviction and clinched tad fat action Since J896 the groat Democrats who had to long yearned to relieve the people of nil other burs dons than thPse In which great Demo aerate leaders were Imudall in teresrfed or could get na In crest have had to lie low and wait for the tariff quratlon to rise again It hag been a long wait The coun try has prospered long andwoll artist tho prof the policy It has titan brought up out of the slough of dns pond k4o which It fank during the years of the early 90a Ill which n Domocttva admlnlBlaJdOJII at Waal instate fiesttatedtrombledand finally spUit into tramonta nut so many rein VttE1s have como into the dloc IIthissun must be argued alt over aaaln Tho parry of pratocdom sns Crtatn to win In tho final anal nn nu Amer can inlelUgerco fB Certtaln to take cats of Itself But In the meantime lktnocrate without any aher hope of 4 t ci tbe ever ntormhoo The lint rODIldentloa u Coth yaue Second High tbu Uorl Thud Perfect lit Fourth They ate roteVaetsly thtunk to that the aarmeot cannot triailllnillarmeflta A customer buyoa thuDraad or tatcchaode win ntrn be Jrorctd 6olJllt Euruuedy on tau by aInoo o Hartford getting Into Congress than this false Issue affords them are already found offering themselves In many states as candidates for one or the other or the houses They are already sub ottllnating all state questions and all other national questions to who one or them calls The one supreme issue of tariff reform The workhgman is to be given root by the mlllianaire DC11ocra13 who gave him such II long rest before We are to wash away our sin witt the water ot watered stocks Bur tiered consumers will be eased or their burdens In being depriOO of a chance to consume EO much All IIDO nopoly Is to be charged against the tnrlfC and let go at that The staged cat Js coming back It is b1dly singedand has many bald spots and Its cry Is rot yet loud enough tohay e 3Tpu energetic pvottEt In the two ne9ghborheods in which It has been hoard But 1t Ls tiring toward the higher scales now and when the en tare country Is aroused the cat must remember all of Its dodges to escap- annihllaOon e They are all old dcdacte The singed cat haS learned no netw ones for there ore nono ito learn Globe Democrat Forced to Leave Home Every year n large number of copr surreres whose lungs are sore and racl ed with coughs are urged Eo go to anosher climate But this js costly and not always sure Theres n bet- awyler tDr Kings New Dlscm cry cure you ot home It cured me of lung troublewrites W R Nelson of Calamine Ark when nil else failed and t gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of all cough and lung cures Thousands owe theIr lives and health to Jt Its positively guaranteed far Coughs Colds La Gripe Asthma Croupnil Throat and Lung troubles 50c and 100 TrW bottle free at all druggists Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and mulls All work guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford Pressing Club 4 9 Why Meat Is High Priced The number off cod anlmeti to the united States has dectrrsacsed OOOOoo since 1901 and the num ber or consumers has lncmiared 32 000000 In the same tape So says tho Bureau or 9tatiaGcs And It b1ings forward figure to sutaln Us assertion Food animals Include caltte sheep and hossand of course consumers means the entire 90000000- of poputertion Without going any farthrrhere is one great Cause for the advance slmeat pried Probably the expansion la the production of gold accounts for some of the advanceasltdoes lothnt of other thlnm But the falling tiff In the supply nod th Increase In tl1e- donnud will bo surficlent to oxpluia much or the tipwand movement In moot prleas Probably tn some degree a Like cams ean bo cited tot tho- incmase In prices for other kinds of and wheat production has remained pmojea i6tattOJWY foe many yttua- whIo the gain In population bas been at the rote of l600OPO a year It till doubtlea4 the same with She vegetable crops which do not Tlguno ntho re- portteof the Burxeu of tatbtlcs The tarllt has had Jut little to do with the Increased cost of hying Natalr- i fNewStylesf i t- Springand l TS Mr Boys and Manufactured by David tLEaeber ICspuy has ju arrived theyuemaderLBtSVu auetchorrhanktheetcutolthape weCARSON dPANYjKentucky overshadowing oorJ1I Childrens Clothing causes n5 here cited are largely re spo lbie for this Extravagance also conributEB to the expansion in the housekeeping bWa It would seem that the remedy far this state of things ought to be easy Jet more wheat tim cattle sheep aid hogs be raised Lands ate to be had at reasonable prices The profit from farming are greater than they ever were before In the memory or men now living The talk of the good old times before and during the war Is foolish Prices for farm prod aorta are higher now than thby were before or dating the poll war Eveu la ibo depreciated currency of the rebellion days the prices ot foods were scdom higher in terms of dol3ant and Cetr8 than they are at this went Prices are on the gold level now At one time during the war lb took = 285 in currency to buy 1 In gold AU sorts of currency now wo worth 100 cents In the yellow metal and have been for many years The Republican party fixed that l1tUa de tall In its resumption of specie pav manta tn 1879 What the country needs now Is more and bettor tanning and gardening Thats mU1o19 is- ft MAILED FREE My Price List and Catalogue of Greenhouse and f Bedding Plants Write for a copy before 1 placing your order else where FREE to ALLA A Post Card will bring it John EIBackobrandl Greenhouse PRINCETON KY 1 FAIRBANKSMORSEGasoline Pumps water grinds toed shorts cote c Works everyday at B small cost to operate All alzee for L JfAFAIRBANKr OUEyallls fLouisville Ky- Y 4 I r t s- scut f u DnttORIN6 TREES FROM THE INSIDE r Hollows Filled With Tar Bricks V and Cement Preserve Sound Exteriorsrt Cynwyd PaThe country is ctlll full of tree butchers and thuds the season that they begin their destructive work keeping It up until the starting sap brings out fresh leaf buda These wanton destroyers of wounded friends the trees arc 1nowringing front doorbells with the In query Trees trimmed missus Ill do It cheep and they need It bad And woe to tho suburbanite who puts his precious trcep into the hands of these wandering foresters working without license who will out anti slas at the beautiful limbs to achieve the diabolical result known as topping It Is not unusual In these days to be confronted by wtfcful topped speci mens throughout beautiful eurburtan sections where IS would seem that the Inhabitants might have had more j intelligence than to allow such butch eryIOn tho other hand there are pleasing results displayed where genI uine tree doctors instead of t1eeI butchers have been at work among the beautiful old trees that require spe eta care Every season new froms of doctoring are set forth that excite the admiration and respect when one notes how deftly and thoroughly tho doctors have worked to remove all signs of decay mil up exposed cavities and give tho trees that were seemingly beyond repair new leases of life Here in Cynwyd at Bata and in bower Merlon1 thlcre aTe many fine old rpeclmens of doctored trees his toric specimens that have stood since revolutionary days that are consider ed by the whole countryside as among the most treasured landmnrksIAnother feature especially pleasing in these newer sections that are becoming rapidly buffit up is the method employed by builders to preserve ev ery possible tree even though it may cA stand in the line of grading or where a building site Eetims most desirable A splendid old walnut tree nnd an equally aged and beauUful mapletbat I stand directly in the dine of the grad j Ing here have been well banked about their roots and allowed to stand andf the break thus formed in the Hi e of grading proves a plcutresque asidet 4from tho fact that by this ajvenerable tree landmark has been pre served The same method of treat ment leaving a broad high terraoa nil about the tree tootsIs oho notic ed in tIlls section where trees have stood in tho lino of driveways One of the most attractive tneatavemnts is leaving the tree standing ta the cen ter of tho roadway on the private es tube and having tho drive ciicCe around it Among the old trees that have become decayed some very togentous methods of doctoring are noticed In this section In onto Instance where the great cavity had almost entirely eaten out tho Lug trunk leaving a halI so largo that it was almost Im1to- e sa to fill the pare with cement a brick wall was literally built within tho tree trunk and tho cement flitted about tho bricks closed the entire cavity and sealed It from further InI JuryIn many cases among Muse flee old trees large wounds are covered with patches of zinc to prevent the entrance of dtcay and the formation A of cavities whllo the bairk is healing Theso patches are made slightly small er than the wounds in order tlUlI the bark may readily roll over thoI zinc When it Is Imipossfble for the bark to heal oVer a largo woui das there is no support for the cambium to roll upon tho cavity will rapidly increase in size until the entire trunk is hol llWloand unless it haS prompt dootorI Jng the trice will go down of tits own weight or before a strong windIt is- suotrtaeathitrequlredho heroic treat inent sUggleSted by the brickfilled cavlyIt interesting to watch those trees doctors at their spring work in the Buburtsi Fiat all decayed and diseased titoue is removed boat a cavity uotll nothing but solid wood remains A heavy aippllcatlon qt coal tar Is ap plied to tits Interior and the flssuro ils then ready f rthe JlUlng children cry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIA How To Gain Time w The only way In which pee can be if sure Ot gaining time 5srto procrnstl- nate It te only the few hours ammo idlately la rout of you gained by put ivae in Its proper place cnlployment wh1oh va801ithe Pont ot erigumnj your tihyou can bo really- f I f ft r41L c f Farmers should eat more oatmeal Although the fanner of today Is able to buy almost anything he wants to wear or to cat enough attention to food values when it comes to his own table If he has been watching the extensive researches and experiments on the question of the best for muscle brain he will heed the advice from all sides to eat more Quaker Oats- Quaker Oats is mentioned because it is recognized in this and Europe as the best of all oatmeals farmhands on Quaker Oats means getting more work out them than if you them on anything elseFor hot climates it Is packed in hermetically sealed tins regular size package lOc c sure of having to do with as you wish There seems no other way of taktn time by the forelock If one dots at once the work which will have to be done eventually one lets time get a start so considerable that one Is li danger of not eves catching tint by the heels when one is nt llbert to start In pursuit This makes tea stand for leisure but what better thing could any one stand for felsun being not Idleness but breathing space in which to recover from ones panting run to reckon tho dlstano has come and to weight the val of the things gathered on the way If we are unable to face and use leisure then the race should be caller off for it has reduced us to flurrte scurries busy without rhyme or teas procrastination in unavoidable duty lying directly before us Naturaiily one must procrastinati with taste and dtoorttlon To ipostpon everjthlng is as unintelligent as to do everything It Is looking work In the eye coolly that Is to bo 6ncouraged and not dropping cnes eyes out of respect merely because it is work and stupidly taking It on because it says It Is a duty Perhaps it Is nothing of the kind Any way a cavalier waving ol into the limb wilt show the stall it is made of not to mentjlon its tree- Ing that you are not ar person to bo bulMed If It Etliu hangs about you can toll it to come back tomorrow you may find a moment to give it if It falls to turn Ul a second time ten to one it was no duty at alland when you told It to be off it thought its disguise penetrated and ran in a panic of being discovered We have built up somehow an exaggerated wor of work until It Is done blindly breathhselyas though there was something Inherently immoral in stopplnf a moment to sco what kind ol work It is that we are doing It Is a spineless person who can not petals the whlphand over work or nit least manage when overofflctous work at tempts to catch us to escmpo with a taunt and slyly protruding tongue Reaching theTop In any calling of life demands a vigorous body and a keen brain Without health there is no success But Electric Bitters is the greatest health Builder tho world has ever known It comepls perfect action of stomach liver kidneys bowels purifies and en riches tho blood tones and Invigorates the whole system and enables you to sand the wear and tear or your daily work After months of suffering from Kidney Trouble writes M W Sherman of Cushing Me mademothreall druggists m MANDA Too Late for Last Week April GThe School Improvement League met at this place last Wed nesday night with a large attendance Sir and Mrs Willie Parks and son David of Rob Roy and Mrs Rosa lUll of Centertownwero the guests of Mr and Mra Z T Her Tuesday Mr and Mrs Verda Wilson and chll dren of McHenr visited Mrs Wil sons parents Mr and Mrs Z T Her from Friday until Sunday Miss Corda Wilson of Balcztown visited Miss Prosha Rains Saturday and Sunday Messrs Sercy Stewart Verge Trail and Dick Her McHenry visited rela tives at this plate Sunday Mr O P Rains visited hJs family In Beaver Dam Saturday and Sunday Messrs Geitlo Amos Okonge ar and Soth Davis of this plane attended the Rod Mens lodge at Cromwell turdaynlghtMr of Broadway visit ed his father Mr C W Leisure last weekThere will be meeting ait this place Saturday and Sunday Rev Brooks pastor Also Equity meeting Saturday night iircCoid and y LaOrippeMedicine Guaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrippe in 24 hours Headache ntid Neuralgia In 30 minutes At druggist or by mail J C Mpoleikall Medicine CoN EmniiitM t 1 1 X 1 i EACH LOCOMOTIVE HAS ALLOTTED TASK Expected to Cover a Definite Mil eage Before it is Entitled to Be Overhauled When a locomotive is built It s expected to make a certain mileage before Hit receives a general oveTJ haulilnng When that overhauling Is done it to again required to make n detfnlte mileage A modern passenger locomotive is expected to cover 100QOO mills between general lelioppinss Intermediate re pair being made at the various round houses Responsibility for the failure of a locomotive to perform the work cutout for it is easily fixed by oneana of a system of records The SU EmnI tendent of shops is responsible power out out of service on the road and placed Inside the shop groundsan this rejponeibility does not end until the locomotive is ready for service again From the time that It Js ready for service until it is once more cut out for repairs in tho shot the master mechanic shoulders the responsibil ityWhen the locomotive Is ready to leave the shops It is inspected jointly by the shop inspector under the superintendent of shope and an inspector woTkng under the master me chanic Every workman who has any part whatever In the handling of the locomotives Is responsible to his Im mediate foreman Just as the foreman is responsible to his superiors In spite of tho many iclrlcate parts of a locomotive the company records show few failures An engine iallureI is a delay of ono minute or mCl etoa- ny train provided It is caused by n failure of the machinery of the loco motiveThe labor of every man alto works for even an hour upon a certain C11I gine Is charged to that engine each mechanic recording his labor upon a slip of paper known aa a dally tdmuI ceclilficate which In turn Is certified to by the general timekeeper The re cords of the rood enable the officiate to show the exact cos of inibor und material for eUch mice that b locomo the travels or each ton hauled In the case of collisions or wrecks where the fault la not one cf defect lye workmanship or material tho lo comotive may cater the general eliiops for rebuilding even though it may not have completed the mileage ass- Igned to it and no responsbblUty attaches to those on whom it would otherwise full The locomotive Is simply repaired and is allowed to complete the mileage originally as signed to it When a locomotive is brought into the shops for work it la first strip ped by the men who comprise what is known as the stripping gang Thla gang immtdlately takes off such pants of the engine as are necessary for tire jobThe parts to be repaired aTe clean ed In a vat and the wWk Is then dls tributed among the various employes of the machine and Wackamlth de partmeate1 each part when rclatired- co be returned to the erectors side of tho shipto be mounted again on the locomotive by the date on which It St scheduled 10 go on the road The dutps are posted In n conspicu ous place converlet to each repair gang New York herald COUGHVfUI Quickest and best for coughs GUARANTEED Sold by druggists Made by J C Mendenhall Medicine CO1Evaosvllle lad The Roman Incident As soon as exPrebldonlt Roosevelt left the jungle at Gondokaro 1m flab rusty he wroife to Eminssdon Lomb man In Romesaying that ho would be glad of a presentation to Hfs Hollrieaa At Cairo Ool Roosevelt rcctdved the following dispatch main Embasaador LelehmanThe tor of the American Catho lic CollegeBishop Kennedy In reply to an inquiry which I caused lobe made requests that the following commun IcaUon be transmitted to you It begins The holy father wdl1 be do lighted to grant an audience to MrI Roosevelt on April 5 und htopcs that nothing will m1seto prevent it such as the muchregretted Incident which made the reception of Mr Fairbanks impossibe Oat Roosevelt immediately telegraphed back- Please prevent the following to Bishop Kennedy It would be a real pleasure to mo to bo presented to tho holy faJther for whom entertain high respect both personally and as tits had ora great church I fully reoogirlzoh1s entire right3ereceive or a t fJ i tf Lf r Y not receive whomsoever tote chooa for any reason tharseemo igoodto him and if ho does not receive one h1JA11 Dot tar a moment qutUlon the pro prtety of his action Oa the other hand I In my tun mufot dsclito to make any rildpulatlo or hibmt to any condtloiiB which would In any way limit my freedom of conduct I trust that on April G ho will find It convenJtont to rOho mb Theodore Roosevelt This reply was tent to the Vatlca the same day aid the Pope Inatructe Bishop Kennedy to sbnd tho foXa Ing commundcatJonv width was toO graphed to Col RovjseveJt at Cairo His tnllntcs would bo much pleas cd to grunt an audience to Mr itooK volt for whom he onlJ nainn high eotteeim both porsonrjally and as 1 former Prtsldemt of the United Stab His holiness rccognilzcs Mr Roooc velts entire night to full freedom ot conduct On tho othtor hand In vien of circumstances for which neMier Itls holiness nor Mr Roosevelt Is re sponcible an audience could not take place except on the unijrstandlfl exposed In title former mdittge Cbl llwsevelt at once telegraphs to Embatsador Loislimnu The proiwcKd presentation la ot course now innxKifible Cot Roo eveit then telegraphed tthe following letter to Dr Abbott edlto of the Outlook Dear Mr Abbott Thru the Out look I wLii to make a statement to my feiowAmerlcans regarding wha Mats asserted In connection with tho VaWoan I am sure tho great maJor- Ity of my follow citizens CathblCc quite as much oa Protestanifi will fee that I aced in tho only way posbi blo for nn AniericUn to act and because of this very fact I most Lair nestJy hope that the Incident will be treated In a matterofcourto way as merely personal and above all oa not warraniliig the slightest cxlidblUon or rancor or bitterness Among any ibo and closest friends are many CiUlio lies Tho respect and regard of thoo of my fellow Americans who are Cavil ollcs are as dear to one as tho rw pect and regard of those who lire Pro testnnt On my Journey thru Africa I visited many Catholic as well as many Prot stunt inlsBtons and 1 look forward to tolling Uie ijwope at home al that has been done by Protestants and Catholics alike as I saw It in the field of m10onary endeavor It would CRuel mo a real pang to have anything otldi or doN that would hurt or give pun to mj friends whatever heir religious be lief but any merely personal consid orations are of no consequence In this mattor The important cocsil oration Is the tivoldaaco of anti and bitter continent such as slay exclt mistrust and anger between HIM among good men The more an American toes of other countries tin more profound must IM Iris fewHivgi of gratlutde that in his own taint there Is not merely conipefe tol cratlonv but the heants good wit and sympathy botwtoeti sincere and honest men of diffeniciit futongoof will and sympathy so complete that In the Inevitable dally relations o mr American life Oatltollcs nid Pro tastunta without tine thought of a dlf fettnce of creed being even preen In their minds That Is a condUkm so vital to our Natioiiiil w eilleirp- that nothing shoud be ieniltiVd 0 leopardlze It IBittor cnintnent mt cri icUm acrmionlous attack end d ftMite any not only pwfltlwssbutlicrm ful and to seize upon shell an Irci Ujt as this as an occasion for cnn trovoray would be wholly iudefe lilt iiid should ibo frowned ujwa by Coil 1 ollcs and Protestants allkb I very CTiicaUy hope that whw I May w1 appiral to all Good AniLricMje r ii Ill fully yours Theodora Uooinvelt Points Regarding the Census The census begins April 15 and I11nt be completed In two weeks In caller and In thirty days In all othor anus The enumerators will wow a bulg In vrlbed Uinltcd States CflnBu 1910 The taw requires every adult iwr son to furnish the prescribed Infor matlon but also provides that itehal be treated confldentlaWy so that 110 Injury can come to any person from answering the questions The President has trued a procla maUo oaailng on all clUenza to C- Ooperate with the Census and assuring them that It has nothing to do with taxation army or Jury service com pulsary school attendance rogulasioi of Immigration or enforcement of any law and that no one can be Injure by answering the inquiries It Is of the utmost importance ftha the census of population and agrdicul ture in this State be complete and correctoTherefore every iMjnson should promptly accurately and complotel answer the Census questions asked by life enumerators CryIGfeSTORI A p CENTq0G slmUal ling Ute Siomachs arrdfulo Promoles uJ JH1E ness and RestContalns nciintr OpiunMorphine nor 1iJeral NOT NARCOTIC r I z4 iii fOlJ6S1MUJTJl tIl- i1iwgtfSrrd MxMleSJts I 1f t11lirmkidtatojnwfcrv aa for c tlonSourStoalxhDlarrhra e Worms ComulsiousFcWris- haa e InessennlLOSSOFSLEEP 4 Facsimile Signature NEW YORK 4 z0 Imrantee in rt F Exact Copy of Wrapper and of twx OITAUII OOY wsw om W sample Latest Model non br us Our moneyfait rilttr full MO MONEY KiULlKKI until ou bicrcle tteihlp intheLSwithout nut Jrfotit in advance pepar jrvghtand it TRIAL during which time Ou msyride the bicycle and put it to any tilt you wish If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not with to- keep the bicycle ship it back to us at our and will not to cut ait tent to at middlemens profits by busing direct of ut and hire the manufacturers goat antee behind your DO or llliV bicycle or pair of tires from anjant at any frici you receive our rid learn our unheard of Jack t itI and reimtrkaklt ifecutl tffert to rengeit YOU WILL BE when OU receive our beautiful catalogue ant we can make you than any other factWe are latticed with ico profit above factory cost JUlYCLJ JUIIIUI can sell our bicycles under lour own rams piale at double our prices Orders tilled the diy received HKCONU I1AN1 1I1UVCLKS do not regularly handle second hand bicycles but have number on hand taken In trade by our Chicago retail torts These we clear outusually at prices ranging from two to tfK or CMO Descriptive bargain lists mailed tree rolllr shah and v dule pare repairs and at the taual rfUil prittt 5 8 0mtut regular retail trice or tneie lira it m0 per pair bill to introduce we MorJ rrlIrr NO MORETROUBLE FROM NAILS JTaok or fllnst will not lot the stir out thousand pairs sold last year Over two hundred thousand pairs stow In us Made In nil sizes It hlhelJ and easy rsdiu llinellii iilevith never hecomes I cu tom I fevernl on 1 CASTORIA For Infants Childronh The Kind You Have Always Bears the- Signature Thirty Year- sCASTORIA rem ANTEDA AGEHTSSarentseverywherearc- making II u ftCeiveantpproveofour toanyonetanywhere ii a makeFACTORYa a l uwndrrjullthisjf a whtIIIImlMlrtlcl SR PUHCTURES DESCRIPTION a Ii j Bought In- Use Over RIDER COASTERSeinglu HEBGETRORN PUNCTUREPROOF SELFNEALIdIG TIRES NTODUCEORGY will- sellvuasarnplepairbrIOcalhu verydurobleand allowIngupoueeortwieeinawlsoiceeasonTheywelghnomorctlsanhtordlnary ispiyoperpairbutfordvertlalog For 180I INoticethe rider or only ptSo per pair All orders anlppca same day letter IS rccelvell W Sllp O D on approval You do not a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented We will allow a rasft discount of cent thereby making the price 405 per pair if you send FULL CASH WITH OIiDEIt and You run no risk in- sending ua an order as the Urea may be returned at Hun expense U for any reason are- notaalisfactoryonexamination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us Is as safe aItabank If you order a these tires you find that they will ride easier run faster wear better last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price We know that you will be so well pleated that when you want a you will give us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offer IF YOU NEED TIRESIirdgethornnAmM ireProof tires until on approval you d and trial pair of- I at the apecial introductory price quoted above or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which descrIbes and quotes all makes and kinds of tires at about halt llte usual Utnsr but write us a postal today HO NOT THINK HI HCYING n bicycle DO NOT or a pair of tires from anyone until ou know the new and wonderful offers we ore making It only costs a postal to learn everything Write it NOWj J La MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL =I LiYPURCHASING OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 525 The regular price is Stoo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of x25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not toady now buy one for future use PRINCIPAL 1WOe 0 BUSIN1Ea COLLEGE 15Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLEIBY nJI J Hartford Republican Entered aeeorc1IDg to law d the Poetotac- eHargord K3 u man matter fir the tiecoDd clear Co M BARNETT EDITOR TLZZSO2TEt3 Cuznbrlan40aouch P1DAY APRIL 15 The lJcgls1ature ceases from troubI 2tnng and the poop1e are at Teti- Sttaetitry WI50n has ruled that bleached lour ois bleached flour Now York can always stir up an Insurance scandal when other news u dull Some day the hellS may strike a tits way the age of thlr eggs is- quesStanod We shall soe whether or not Pres ident Taft has InherIted any of the Roosevelt luck Mr Armour say that be regrets that ttho 1rice of meat is fir hIgh This about makes it unamlmOWII At punt Rooseve t Is pre Iden- tci every other country except the United States Roosevelt says that he mlSed the newspapers and It is no secret on this stele that the newspa1e miss td him A rumor that Attorney Dickinson Is about to reslgn will also be eaSlstac tory neWs to the Ameriatn poopleeS1- XCla11y Me Republican part of Jt The new King of Belgium was once a newspeper man This should aid him In running the government but how will he know how to dlspooe of the money We era sonny it became USary for Secretary of Treasury 3IcVeagh to deny the report of his coming resignation The country was taking U with a good deal of rYt1gnatlon Governor 1V lison has an oppdlnt meat to make for the posltdon ot Prl ate Secretary It is TCllOTted here that he is holding the matter up whU- he is looking for some good Democrat to till the place- President Taft has been making some good speeches in dufense of the new tariff law and the Republlcn- 11 party The key note of Oils re marks may be said to be those ratio are not for us tare agalnvt us- Mr Cannon is cenataiy thestittng tit stntcsJnan vhe United States has ever produced He Js the only otflcer Who was ever put down and out but rotalncd his job and ruma1uetl on top Thb Democrats couldnt even take Bdvanrta of so small an opportunity of selecting the mlnorl1y members of the Rules Committee without quarreling among themselves How could they lo expected to govern this great country if they were In power It Is wet to remember that a few ysshna ago the Democratic outlook was very bright in the United States vrrdl Wli1lam Jennings Bryan set foot on his native sol whets things changed Ip the twinkLIng ot an eye He IJ abroad now and wlll 1turn sometime this surnnrer Attorney General Wlckensluun probably made the tint Itapublloaneieech- of his life in Chicago a few evendnge ago in which he nmost read the bur 3nte out or the pansy In turn they are l1lI1Uf to the fact that the Attorney GenOOlUl had n thouglih ooough of tilt party Ito to the polls to vote unll ho woo ttpr- polnted to hlaJ present job ThOle Domoerot6whouai sa jf teat that the phent Tariff law is rN- aponsdblo for the tncreused cost of l1vlns alqa4ar to forgot the fact that the necosatrlcs of life upon tvhfclh the Tariff Rae reduced by the prctsent law have almcst wtitliout exce1itton Jrrorroscd In coot while the oot of nril1cles upon wMch the Tariff I-USfn hM remained the oame- as before or boon reduced We have received the num- beI of the MuhlenIJurg Sentinel anew pauper published at Greenrvl1l- eIIhlch is designed to take the place d too Central City Republican The vow JlIlper Is a splenKItd one and Will no doubt be ot groat asslstmce to the county and espxxladly to the lie- pnblicaa party in Muhlenburg county Air R O Pace former County Judge y the editor We wish the new ven ture all posathle success Wo notice Senator Ollvvn and soy em other probable candidates fir ne- Slfbl4can nomination for AudBtor men tloned In the daily prate Weo haw number ot good men to noIDInalo- 4rrr this poaltion and OUT only lwpo ls- Mt we may select a Repttbllaan the men tome who will be crkffo to go out alde ot lids Immedb a family and roun- 1yw make apolntmcnte 4o minor oW c ces under him and also to place tfew deservlug Republicans Iu tM clerkships Massach tts Ropubltcei olemror ed for tree hides when the tariff bill was before the special ro ot- COnglS and by the nH of the president were given what they asked They have recently shown their gmt Itude by returning a Demorat to Congttta i a special election in that State from a djs tdct which had given 14000 majority Republican at the recent Presldendal election nndf omphastze the matter savor the Democrats a majority of 6000 Jf they had been given aU the tmee trade they wanted them Is no telling what wrt of majority they might havt3 given We n loo that an effort Is being made to have the noted murderer OurUa Jett paroled from tire penitentiary because of the fact tliat her has lately professed oon1eI1 lon to christlanty the effort being athf ered by sane misguided church people who no doubt mean well and are actuated by pure sympathy Iloi oyer It lf Jot Is really converted heI can do a great deal of among his fellow prisoners as n sort of home missionary and should not be taken away from that field forl which ho is especially fitted If all of the hardened criminals should be turned out of the penitentiary beI cause of a Profession of religion the walls would soon ho empty and the State OUldbe over run by a crowd of desperate criminals many of whom would soon taU from grac- ewysox AprIl 13Rev Shields fmed hl3I r Uar tIIJpolntmtmt at Cool Springs Saturday evening and Sunday They organized Sunday School at- Wysax Taylortown and Cool Springs Sunday Mrs Margaret Taylor spent last week with her brothers Mme DIck and Hiram Taylor of Taylortl11l Mrs Louise Taylor Is the guest vf her son 31r J S TaarIMr W P Bennett rturned home Tuesday nIght after a business tripI to Loui9vtlleIMrs Luther Hunsalcer and daughC ter Mabel spent Sunday with herj ststcMnlaw Mrs J S Naylor Mtaa Pearl Davenport spout Sattur day nIght and Sunday with Misses Martha and Susan Elliott of Taylor town Misses Ian and Glennie De11lltal1 with Mrs N M 11lorIMisses Katie and Iris Elliottepent Friday evening with Misses Minnie and Mary Benton Mr and Mrs W H Cnnprleld spent Sunday with 3Ir and rats I- M Benton Mr Rollen Taylor of Union Hill spent saturday night and Sunday with bin brothers N M and Oscar lay lor Mrs R W Taylor spent Sunday with Mrd N M Taylor Misses Katie and Iris Elliott spent Friday night twlth Mrs N 3I Tayyrr- Mr and Mrs R W Drown and Mrs Katherine Taylor spent Sunday with Mr J R Shull of llopewell- Mm Uda Shull of HOlleweHslk t Thunaday ntgbtwith her sister Mrs Louisa Rock Miss Gertrude Moore ot neal Ro chester spent Saturday night with Miss Nora Taylor 11I1r and Mm Clime DCII man and Mrs Louisa Rock were the guests of Mr Derlmruns panentr3 Mr aud- airs J N DarljIllan1- I1r J L Denton of this pace has moved to the new terljl1oor Roches Irt61 o1I1r Fox Drown has returned home after a business trip tu Evansville lad Mr and Mhrr J W Davenport or Rochester were the guests ol their son Mr Leslie Davenport Saturday night Mr Leath Davenport spent Sunday with his sister Mm Nullle Tay lor We have had a big rain stopped the farmers from plowing and planting MANDAtApril 11 Rev Brooks filled his regular lIllpoJlttmcnt at this place Sunday Miss Erie Cox was the guest of Miss Pllrocha flames Rosin Sattur day night Messrs Ray and Roy StevenS of Oromwell vlsHd tlheelr siston3 M1as dames Lee and Nanale Rafferty 1raBt Thursday Mr L T Parka made a bwdIII9CB trip to Beaver Dam Friday Mr N A Keown Hentleaonw ho iron boon vlmtiDtg here for somefIme- raturnod to his home Wednesday Mr and Mrs Sam Rarterty spent Sunday at Mr J T Sml1Jls Select 3111 lunch Morton Horton was a pleasant caller ot Mr J A Davis Sunday birg Ozna Wilson and children of McHenry are vIsiting her parents Mr and Mtn Z T Iler era 4 I iriJ IJ SUDDEN DEATH M OF MRS BENNETT I Excitement Caused by fright ened Horse Brings Heat- Failure Rupturing a bl odves6elltn the excitement of jumping from ri buggy when the horse driven by tier hUs- band became frightened nt t train at the crossing at Allen and Twelfth streets Owensboro Mrs Wilson R Bennett died ten minutes later at the home of W G Darrett at 1125 Allen street where she was taken after walking almost to the house Tbk fearful accident occurred last Friday Accompanied by Iris wife Mr Den had left their homo at 112 Todd about twenty minutes be they reached the crossing The Ilagman attempted to stop Mr Bennett at the corner but failed to make him understand After reaching n about fifty feet from the tracks the horse became frightened The flagman ran out and cnughttho horse by the bit and held him The bug was turned and a shaft broker MrsBennelt jumped to the groundap- parently uninJured but she was very Mrs Darrett who was passing with others assisted In taking Mrs Bennett to her home across the street Immediately after reaching the house she became violently Ill Dr Hoover was called but Mrs Bennett died a few minutes Inter before Dr Hoover reached the house lIe made an examination finding that her death was due to the bursting of a blood vessel brought on through fright Tire body was removed to the home Mrs Bennett was sixtyfour ypars of age and one of the best known women In the city says the Owens boro Messenger She was a mem ber of the Methodist church a great worker In church circles and a must lovable woman Mr Bennett being momentarily ab did not know that his wife had suffered from the affair and learned her death a few minutes afterwards lie was almost prostrated over the news Mrs Benton wsan aunt by marriage ot Mr U S Carson and Misses Electro wad Edith Carwn of hart- ford their mother being n mater of Mr Bennett Besides Mr Bennett has numerous relatives and fiends In Ohio county who sympathize with him in his great bereavement SMALLHOUS ATlLplllIlr JI1IOO3 Bennett is vie Iting his father Dr W 1 Bennett at Utica Miss May Crumbecker Centrtll Clty Is the guest of her gundmotherMru Mary Dallard and aunt Mrs J C Den nattMr and Mm Owen Hunter and little son Thomas TaylorHatrtordivem the guests of their patients Mr sad Mrs Seth Hunter Sltunlay night Md Sunday and spnnt Sunday night l1lth Mr Opie Kittinger and family Mr and Mra Murray Fulkrson and little son were tire guests of 1r C C Kimbley near Kirttey Sunday Mr Worth Fulkerson wlte and lit- tie daughter were the guests of hOT parents Mr and Mrs Bob Fulkeroon Sunday Mr and Mrs N D Fullrerson BpCtJItI Saturday night and Sunday ttt Central City the guests of their daughterI Mrs T L W throwI3ira O C Cox and dauhtcmLlz zlc and Orphu Mr and Mm Porn Crowder and daughter Loretta visited relatives near Select several days recently 31tui Ethel Wood Ceraivo Is In our anlldst this wpek the guest of- Mm O W Overhuls and other rela tveslIlr S E IIuntger went to South Carrollton ycateday- Mw Erskine FulkCnon and Miss Ethel Hunter spent Thursday night 1the guests of Misses Mhrda and Matrtde Wood near Oera1O Rev G H Lawrence and wl2e of Braver Dam were the guests of Mr and Mrs Alva Calloway last Thursday Mr Arnold IJennett and Miss Mkarde- Otaltaway were the guests of nefa- Uvea at Deda recently Mr and Mrs C T S Overtook of Centertown Ky were the gueStS of- frdends near here Sunday Mrs T R Barnard and daughtterm- 1Iarv and Etheel HaIitford Were too guests of her parentsMr and Mre Sam Morlon from Friday until Sn day Mr Barnard Was at Smaalhoue Sunday evening He wtis accompanied by little Misses Mary and Ulc1 who spent the night oath their ghgnd mother MrS SIlIllle Mr MoKenney of CenterdownIvvasl In our anldm Monday Mr and Mrs Fred Elmore lhave moved back to air John WIitbiQWs from Tennessee lweMr and Mm Beat Darnnro moved back from SmaRhoua toXf itii Lth 1t houSeof l1rt Alonzo France I Little Brneed Boone eon et Sir Bnd Mrs Will Boone Is quite slok- Mr M Pna1nard Vas the guest of Mr a1dMrs J c Hln nea- Saubh Oarrouton SUnday tWq had quite a nice crowd at Sunday eclrool at Smallhoua church Sunday evening The visitors prosen were Mhn May Crumbeckel Central City Mr Roscoe Bullock and slate- rhiss Rosa Bullock of near South CaT milton Mite Athel Wood Ceralvo Mr ChaI1io Kimbley KIrocy mrd- 11ss I SalUe Barnard of near eeralvo who is the guest of her brooher Mr Bout Darnard and twife Site wm Bail who has been quite sick Is able to be up again Mr George Reid Is still quite JH a thus writing CO H Attention Ail memurs of Co H are ordered to report at Anmory next SatunbyA- tm11 16th at 7 p m Last drill before Inspection by Capt Olbmn U S A JAS M DEWEESE Capt Abraham Lincoln on the Tariff I do not profess Ito be on expert on the subject ot Tariff but there Is one thing that I can tOO clearly thnt if you buy a ton of rat in Eurtlle we got the rails and they get the money therefor but 1l you buy a ton of tails In this country we tltivt the rails and the money also For Sale I have for sate a good secondhand buggy and harness W E ELLIS 38tf The Produce Man Married In a Store There was a small crowd of gentle mtm gutherred In the dry goods store or Fair Co Hartford Monday night just after closing hours when there carne a rattling at the front door Mr W M Fair opened the door when the knocker Inquired If Rev Druner of the Baptist church was present lIe was told that such was the case Upon further Inquiry It was discovered that the stranger wanted n preacher to perform the rites of matrimony between himself and his affianced Mr Fair Invited the couple Into his store for the ceremony which was soon perform ed by Rev Druner The contracting parties gave their names as Jud Goo terlng of Livermore Ky and Celia Parker of McHenry this county For Sale All kinds of Fertilizers Field Seeds and Rock Salt For further particulars call on or address W E ELLIS The Produce Man 37t4 Hartford Ky A Serious Accident Mr W U Flener who lIves ou hit farm on the pike about half way between Hartford and Beaver Dam mot with a severe accident last Friday forenoon He was clearing land burning away old tree trunks and had Just driven up beneath a big burning tree with a slide full of kindling wood What happened Just then he has never btlen able to remember When he did not come to dinner his family became uneasy and a son was sent to Investigate He found his father stretched on tlt ground mid unconscious Evidently ho hind been In that condition tor some time Tire young man dragged iris filth er aboard the slide and took him to the family rcaldence some dhrtanct away A tlcetor was summoned and It was found that Mr Fierier had suf- fcred from a hard blow on his heat and face extending across his breast and causIng his teeth to lacerate hit tongue The only explanation Is that a heavy falllng limb struck him unawares Halt It struck h1m square If on the head It would have killer trim Instantly Mr Flener was re rived and although for awhui lilt condition seemed serious ho Is tar proving and getting Along as wen ns could be expected Baptist Church Regular services next Sunday Sun day School session at 945 oclock Morning worship at 11 oclock Theme of sermon The Lords Supper Sup Iller observed Evening worshIp at 70 oclock J W Drunc Pastor Notice All persons who aria l111ereted In the Alexander grave yard are requested to meet there at all e1Y hour Saturday morning ot this week WIth the neoeesary tools for building anew fence and cleaning uptllegrounds 8enere9ly Pleaoo come prepared to ramaln till day and assist in this work out of reSpect for your troenda and roved ones who sleep beneath the sod on this historic spot J S BENNETT f A M BARNETT S E BENNETT S H ELLIS W N STEVENS o CasnmItteeg 0 NQ EVIDENCE j LEFT BY EoDK I Expedition Reaches the Sum f mit of tit McKinley FaIrbanks Alaska April 12The Fairbanks expedition t001tt the tallest peak ln Noith lclqnJoyI reached the summit Apr11 3a2r a climb of one mouth from flu baseit- was I announced toooy No froea or Dr Frederick A Cooks nllged as- contaero found Thomas Uodleader of thee IlI- tlo1f arrived here last nigh Ills companions were Daniel PafJte onW- R Taylor and Charles MCGanmigIe and aU macbed the top or the mountain The upedIUlnJhlch eft Fairbanks December lb while the controversy over Dr Cooks disputed accent loM sU1l1 raging was tlnnnced by August Peterson and WULam lIcPhEof lu iSo city The plan was to go into camp on the mountain lIB high os possible nndomuke a dash fcr the summit The obstacles encountered were not so great as had been predicted Four camps were establishod during the ascent and a toil us blazed all the way Up to 12000 feet th climbing did not present unusual difficulties For the next 4000 toot the way loll lover a steep ice field whrh at first SOOJIloo to ortIld further progressbut through which upon exploration it- was found possible to locate n path The of1bal dash to the Wi Vas made from the 1GOOOtoot camp lilt McKinley tenninates In twin peaks of equal helghtono somewhat rounded and covered wIth snow the other composed of bare nod windswept rocks Ow the rock peak the Fairbanks climbers placed an American flag In a monument of stones The expedition which was providod with Dr Cooks snaps and data endeavored to follow his supposed route but utterly failed to verify any part of his story of an ascent CLEAR RUN April 12Rev R E Fuqua tilled his regular appointment at Barnotts Creek Saturday and SundaylMr LcIPe Hoover wife and kdritd h Golden Seal the root of tho plant Is avery useful medicine ManyIpeople gather It In our rich woodlands dnringthosummer Pow pgoploknovy- hbw valuable it le in dyspepsia catarrh and as a Many thoueandponndeofthferootare4 t used each year In the famous catarrl WhTieverybodyil ren vls ted Mr Lue Hoover and fame- fly Sunday aalisa Nonle Johnson Is staying wLtl her aunt Mrs Sis Hoover this vCeokSire n E Fuqua and two sonsGll bert and Willie went to Hartford Saturday t I ribs L C Hoover Is no bother Mimes Eunice and Fanny Harrs Barnetts Creek dined with Miss Ieonn Hoover saturday Little Hazel Belle Trogland is ill with whooping OOUgh K- Mr Jan A Kirk and daughtlerNlnal S j and Harmer Taylor Taffy went to Hartford shoeing Saturday Tobacco Plants art looking Ifinldn title communitytMr Jake Hoover and wife were the guests of their tmcle Mr A R wart last Friday night Mdsst Nonie Johnson vISIted Mrs G J Stewart last Friday I1A E Stewart is on the trick Ust- 3IIne Mary Evans Is making her home with Mrs M C Murry p Misses Nom and Lime Hoover vis- Ited Misses Dora and Hattie Stew art one day last week A S of E Notice Rev T H Dalmatn will speak Ito the Equity folks at the Schroader schoolhouse Saturday night April 16kFull attendance Is desired ad Balmain has some important matters to discuss DUDLEY FORD Committee i House Furnishing o i Spring Cleaning Will soon be the order of the day We- want you to know that we can furnishyou with a complete outfit or any part ofsame In Cooking Stoves We sell the Great Majestic Malleable Iron Range and a complete line of the famous o K Stoves and Ranges Our Furniture Line in every detail BedRoom Suitesbeds ressers Wash Stands Tables Safes Kitchen Cabinets Rockers Iron Beds Springs and Mattresses Our Carpet Department MattingsIngrain t shown Window Shades in a nice variety of styles andprices We show a line of Lace Curtains that is seldom seenn anywhere Scrims and Door JrQm which you can easily be pleased We are at your command for t look If the goods yontobuyE PBarnes Bros p 1 BEAVER DAM KY j 4 a I FAIRS alj iMiuulry Specials LOurMillinery parlor are now a place I of MUCH INTEREST There are many REASONS why this is so Here nre a few of them Spring is a season w every lady and child wants to look THEIR BEST They have learned that we carry the largest Stock They KNOW that theylcan depend on us for the LATEST STYLES They KNOW that every week brings to us the NEW HATS that are out They KNOW our PRICES are RIGHT Join the crowds andcome TO US Painstaking salesladies to wait on you A satisfied customer is our best advertisement Remember the bargain givers F4Qo IJ WHEN IT COMES TO DRUGS Or G PrescriptIon weve got the hoods Wove gbt all the different lInes of proprIetary mledlclneS and- are prepared to fill your PrescrIptIons just as the goctor wants them Were got the pure drugs and know how And wdve got all the other things that go along with the drug business such as Patent Medicines Toilet AT ticles Stationery petrumoo Etc WeI believe we can come nearer satisfying your wants than anybodY In our bus nese Try us and see Our prices are always rIghtIHartford Drug Co Incorporated THE EATABtE QUESTION If it perplexes you yoh have the remedy In your own hands CHANGING GROCERS resuua quite eatableswhicht3s e sy Because there IS no eatable que- sa Lion ben the right eatables are tghtThis store eels confldeut that it sattsfaotioarc6uld lit has no doul b whatever WJ to eta- tabiltty to pleasu you the first time- iyou eomeand to keep right onipleas Iti fngyovIdrWW you give it the o P9rtunJtyt ItIlexs Grocery e l Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 15 M H E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Trana pass Hartford at the follow- Ing times NORTH BOUND 112703 a m PaSsenger Dally 114310 p m Mixed Dally except SundaySOUTH BOUND 116900 n m Mixed Dally except Sunday 113207 p m passenger Dally IllInolsCentral Rail roadTI me Table At Beaver Dam Ky- Northritound Sonlh Bonnet No1I2 due IIU ft r No 121 dua11b5 a m No122due122Op m No1e1 due 248 pm- 00102due219pm No 131 due 805 m Poor prIces on rich Clothing at Carson Cos IWe fIt font pocketbook and fancy A Carson Co Your satisfaction Is our success Carson Co Shopping here is pleasant Carson Co We neither buy nor sell question able scads Carson Co To gIve largest values is our con start aim Carson Ce- We buy ae low as we can and sell the same way Careen Cos Hartford Mill Co has Jots of good Ear Corn and Oats to sell MI19 John RPMpps has returned from a visit to mintldes at Owens bare Miss HetttejUley has neturned from- a short visit to friends 121 Madleon- vllle Dr 1L J Bell M at MoHenry wm ama Mines thin weeeek prnctJIc lug JW tprotealon I am now handling ccanplete O1n- eof feed stuffs Bran Corn Oruahe- dCorn0ats1oultry FoodCraclcad Corn Crushed Shells and Mica Grits AlS- of1ur andMealIBtiictl1 cash w E ELLIS v34 a Ila HartibrdKpw- rr oJ iii 1M4y I- u n Mr F L Felix rteurned tram a short trIp to OWens oro yesterday Bring youregg tuSWepay the Mg1het market price Hartford Grocery Co OUr Town Talk Flour Is a good ono Price per bM 650 Hartford Grocery Co We are prepared to furnish you Dry GoodaClohItgHaB and Shoes Carson Co Mre Sam T Barnett vhited reIn Lives in Oentral Olty several days I 1 kMr W A Brown Matanzas paid out otc1oo n pleasant call while hers Tuesday When you are hungry and wand Something good and appetlzing to oat vIsit City Reuaurant 31M Call Tapscott the Florist Owens boro Ky for cut lowers for all oc cartons CumbeTrlnln phone 461- Mrls C P AustIn and daugMerAT- mltda of Beaver Dam are 11si11n- gMr Wayne GrIffin this week No better lour made than out VIctor Price pet sack Doe peT bbl 700 Hartford Grocery Co Seblemmers bread fresh from the bakery every day at W H Moor o ISons Will deliver only with ouliel goods Rev J W Bruner is In Pninoeton Ky attending the State Sunday School Convention ot the Bac1Is churchRev L W TSohcnor has moved with his family from Matanzas to Cen tertown where they will make theh home In the future Among our catlers Monday were Messrs W M SatvelJls Beaver Dam W L MIen Butor and H C De ver SUlphur Springs County Atrol1ley C E Smith was the guest of Mr and Mrs W P Render and his baby girl Matanzas Saturday and Sunday decoraItJvefrom you will bring a prIce list Tap Scott FlorIst Owensboro Ky Noah White the grocer makes a specialty ot the best goods In hit line Sells cheap and delivers free In Hartford Give him your order for good things to eat Wt still have good things to eat In the way of Fresh and Cured Meats Lard Family Groceries and Vegeta bIas W H MOORE SON- Hartford Ky Leave your Laundry at Cleve Uers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonvilli Steam Laundry Madisonville Ice d Laundry Company Incorporated tf EGGS FOR SALEPure Barred Plymouth rock eggs 1 for setting ot tlfteen Mrs John W Sandefur ot rural route No7 Hartford Ky Telephone through Hartford exchange tf The pike on the Centatown road Is being put down rapidly and when onnp1eted will turn Eh splendId PIece of road for many cltlzffig diving in the Soulhwe tern part of the county Col W H Moore and MrosTS John W Taylor and Karl Anderson at tended the Sixth District Sunday School Conventon ot the ChrfVJar church at Rocheoteer several days tMs week Mr Frank Dever son of H C De vol died wt bIs homo noor Sulplntr Springs Thursday alter a lIngellng- mnces of stomach trouble His re mains were interred at the Midkifl burying grounds last Friday Sunday schools of Hartford are now on a boom All ot them show nil increasa In attendance The Method t school on last SuntJiy had A total o- C155scholant and vlsltors lresent anti 910 dolledIon amountEd to 416 Leave your laundry with Lyons S Duke Hartford Grocery Company for the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond Indiana This laundry al ways gives sntfstactlon Prompt de livery Satisfaction guaranteed 28tt Mrs MaryGatLn and little laugh ter Mary Qwcnsboro spent i everal days this Week with Mrt1 GatUns aunt Mrs Laura Stevens They left Tuesday tar MadLonvlldo where they will vtIt other relatives and friends Murphy Brothers who began put fdng In the concrete abutments on several bridges on the levee north of town last fall but were preVCn d rom complftfug tho work iby celdwtoth er name in from Bowling Green Monday and wilt tilt once finish the controc Mr Noah White has sold his gr0 OenterIcontinue the business In the same stand Mr Duff s apopuinrr and well knwn man who will keep the bus Incas up to the highest stumdardand well aVpreclate the support of all the old and any new customers who nay come his way Mr White has an otter of a traveling posltloa Iwhich he- wIlHlkiely ncooptln the near future r W thus S Baker Taylor Mines Omit Tho Republican office a plect call whllol b the city yesterday o U S Carson atuadof the fu- neralservices ot MG aunts Mrs WIl son n1l t Owe sIJOOO Monday Mc Noah Wll1 e We 1vw Pins gtb- ccryinan went to OWOOllooro on bust nessyestcrday and will return odry- Dn E 1V Ford Rev Bhch Shlcsds- and Mr Wontlt TIchenor attended tho Bapaot State Sunday School Convention at Princzton this week- We still have goodthings ioeat In the way of Fresh and Cured bloats Lnrd Family Groceries and Vegetables W H MORE SON- HArttcrod Ky Ris to bo hoped UIIt the CIty Cotinc1l and Electric Light Company may 00 able to reach some eon of agreement whereby the citizens of ourtowlI may be given the berJeflt of lighted mreets A Wyamiag GlrCa3p sented nt Beans ollera houS3 last rrJIUnltay night tba largo atd delighted audience The show was voted the bco which liar been In town for a lung time AU the performers acted their parts wall Miss Susie May has returned from Burch Cre k luhlenbuTg county where sits has been nursing Mr Ray Hunter who was injured iu a coat spine noel dent nt that pines She reports Mr Hunter out ot danger Ho Is ain Ohio county boy being a son of 11r M C- Hunter ot Echols Judge R R wedding aunty At torney C E Snitth and County Courtt Clerk W S Tinsley woe ill Frank fort this week trying to gremuado the Smite Board ot EquallzatJlon to takeoff the fifteen pr cent tuVsewhlvh it had fixed on farm Leads and town lots in Oho county Mr H C Dever of the Sulphur Springs neighborhood returned from Unsbn Larue county laSt Saturday whertahe had been to convey the re maths of his sister Mrs Lucinda Nirkals who died I3t the home of her nephew near Sulphur SprIngs Satur day April 2 for imtermcnt Hartford will soon be without a large hotel as Mr and Mrs Ceo M Stet le who bare been conducting the New Commercial house will abandon this hotel the latter part of this week Mr J C Riley who owns the building contemplates convert Ing It Into a business house The Ratlrvad Com xtuy ltas let a contract to W A Clark Son Lou Lsvllle for wiring the now tleptet v41t- la t view ot installlng electric lights The work will be vory thorough tnd the plan conornplates a spendld system of lights for the new structure The pre to be paid far tile wiring 1s 189 Mrs Lula Ellis wife of Mr Will Ellis ot Owensboro died at the res ldeuce ot her father llir FraudC China at Heflin Friday after a lin- gerIng illness Her remains won Interred at Woodtiards Valley Saturday She loaves a husband and thrw children and other relatives to mourn her loss The Qhlo County Medical Soclot met In Hartford Wednesday with th followIng In attendance Doctors Mc- rKinney of Taylor Mines Allen o Cromwell Shultz of Pleasant Ridge Barrow of Lexington anti Ford Toy lor Miller Pendleton WIJddlug lIud Riley city It was a very Inwre t- Ing session Mm Frank Black has just complet- 0d on elegant residence for ltlntsel which lssituated on lads farm un the heaver Dam pike nbout n olio frou Hartford It Is a sovenroom lionse of the bungalow type mill ot very odd1 hut pretty ntchitectute lie will j ntotu In with his faintly wlthlll the uext few days Mr N H Embrey living nt Crom well and who has been ill quit awhile had a delicate operation ter firmed on himself one day last week- Ito had been suffering front an nb cess underneath his left shoulder blade and the doctors cut out section of rIb and drained out a large quantity of puS and purulen matter It Is thought lie will now fully recover Die Taylor ot Hart ford and Allen of Cromwpll performed the ollerntlon Rev J W Burner delivered an able Benmon at the old folks ntating at the Baptist church Ist Sunday his thstoo being Heaven Quite a gret many of thee olds people were out to atterud the skrrviCOS and engaged lu the old time songs which had been selected for the a3Jon After th- eervtcea flower girls stood is tho doorway ann presented each one ot the d people with a nice boquot as a souvon4r of the occasion Rev Brnrner duliyjtred his Lecture Sunday ntght out bir oonvernlon from Roman l Cat licy to a large and nttJa1ltdve au cence- EASTVIEW 1 Ap i 12A much needed rain fell at liht Moo laSt night and this mom I RevItichacd FUqua filled his raga 1 No 1Matferi 1 What Position- You llZ Ia UTRESS s II fit the f1gnrelanJ the figurefs1 your pocketbook The best medium priced trousers made Every pair sold underthe exclusive Dutchess Warranty j iO CentaaButtol r0jjp DUTCHESS TROUSERS Wear so well that the man who does not read advertising at all knows that he has bought something better than he usually gets and asks for another pair like he had We look at the but tons They are all still there and on them we find Dutchess Easy sailing then tar t1IlIIJOlntnmt at Barneetts Creek church Saturdayy and Sunday Mrs Sallie Taylor ot Habit La EI endhtg ill few days wilt Mn and Mrs Ella llart411 Mrs Saute Martin wont to Owens hero Monday to spend a few days with relatives Mr Clul1lle Martin returned from the West Tuesday and said that old- e Kentucky Was the best place he could find Mr George Hilm ot Whltes1He was In this vacialty Sunday The farmers Ln this 1ocindty are cornGscarcity ot tobacco plants to this communltyIi I hove thld stay trot my son Fttttk Altar Jr faro o act for himself trade au buslllCBS sue and be toI as though he was 21 yours of age I- will not lie resitouslblc far any of his acts or tmascatlons This April 12th 1llOF M ALLEY 39t4 Centenlowm Ky Building Contracting If you fire going to build n new house or relln1r tIle old one I would costeuf the labor and can furnish the material If desired Will work In the country also Good references D W 1VAIEIAND- a Builder Contractor Hartford Ky Why Not Get Th- osePHOTOS Made Now if you neglect it tf1I defer It emuch longer you may Jocgret It Bring the babies send the old folks and come yourself The I price ot photo supptles is go fug up and we will soon bav to clutrgo mote for our work Better come right away Schroeters Studio OverRopubllcanOtticoa WantedEveryone to know that I have opened an uptodate Plttmb ing Steam and Hot Water Heating Establishment r Complete WsterWorksOut fits for country homes at small cost r All kinds of Pipe repairing neatly lone Prices reasonable and work guaranteed f Estimates cheerfully furl nished John L Williams THE PLUMBER I crtionr1 L5ernie r91d Hartford Ky CROWN AND- BRIDGE WORK tOT the relined and dainty woman le what she demands nqw Amen scans are up 4o date on denlstry and are not satisfied with anythIng denetal work and they know they will get It when they come to DOctors HARDIN BELL Office on Cemtor- f S cettthe Republican IIBuilding phone 21Sr J l ir l ti 11sA h G e +Sr Nd 7r iy wtrrrC i r I r f f4Y lye y t Ae LITTLE PLEASANTRY Ha Tried It on the Duchess According to the Rules If seated next to a lady at dinner end It at a loss for a topic touch llfibtly otj tbo weather Then turn to dress It that falls try a little pleas antryWith these words from Etiquette For the Populace stamped upon his memory Mr Qulckrlch who had made a million out of candles and thus Rain ed a sudden entry Into society escorted tho Duchess of Dash Into the din tog room The multiplicity of tbrks and knives and spoons staggered him The soup nearly made him taint But be took his courage and an olive lu both hands and launched forth pluck Jiy- Bloomln dull day ducb aint ItT be began recalling topic No 1 Ahem bo coughed ns be remembered the next topic dress Erde yon wear flannel next the sklnV A marble shoulder nearly knocked him In the eyoa very cold and frigid shoulderHum muttered Qulckrlch Rath er ard to get along with Lets see Ill try a pleasantry The Duchess of Dashs back was turned to him lie protruded a fore finger and jabbed her In the ribs Cllckl be cried playfully And that absolutely did It and himself with ItLondon Answers I LIP BUTTOItS Queer Ornaments Worn by Natives of Northern Alaska 1crhops the most Interesting archae ological discovery made on the north coast of Alaska has a relation to the present methods of personal decoration now used by tho natives of Alaska the most significant feature of which Is the wearing of Up buttons or labrcts by tho men- The present custom is that when a boy Is fourteen or sixteen years of age boles are pierced In his lower lip one below each corner of the mouth A small wooden plug Is at Orst inserted to keep the hole from growing to gether and month by month a bigger and bigger plug Is used till finally the openings am half an Inch In diameter At this point the young man begins to wear stone or Ivory plugs These ornaments are put In from the Inside ordinarily as ono might insert a but ton into a shirt front Usually the two buttons worn tire each of a different sort while sometimes only one of the boles is Oiled and in summer men are occasionally met with who wear no buttons at all When a visitor is seen approaching however the ornaments are always in serted for one does not foci dressed without them In preparing for sleep they are usually removed V Stefans son In Harpers Magazine After All His Trouble Two men were hurrying along Park row when the wind seemed to be blow- Ing from all directions to the peril of umbrellas and anything not firmly an chored One of them noticed the ban dlo of a wrecked umbrella which had beers thrown into the street along with many others and stopping to pick it up remarked to his companion that it was too good to pass As he stooped n gust of wind captured his hat and it went spinning along toward St Pauls chapel he after it Ue ran Into a man slipped fell in the mud and arose In time to see his hat run over by a truck itt a nearby restaurant where ho was drying his clothes he said I lost a live dollar bat mid spoiled a suit of clothes for the handle of a thirty cent umbrella That would not be so bad but 1 see tho handle II- Ibrokenlew York Tribune His Good Work The director or a prison received an order after many years service Ho had all the prisoners called together and made the following speech to them As you SPO I have been decorated by royal grace with an order lint I willingly acknowledge that this has been attained not alone by my own merits but by the cooperation at till of UH 1 ellI nlsu declare with pleas ure that since I have occupied this oillcu the number of prisoners has In creased from 100 to 700a tact of which both you and I may bo justly i proud London TltUlts i Curious Remedies- In somo parts ot England one of the best cures for n swollen neck Is to draw a snake nine tines across the throat of the suffering one after which the snake Is killed and Its skin sewed in a silken bag and tightly sewed around the nock Another way almost us good is to put the live snake lu n bottle which Is tightly corked and burled near the roots of a rosebush and as the helpless snake de says the swelling lu the neck of tbo patient will disappear Free Handed Club Walter ttishingr1 dreamed last night sir that you gave me a sover eign Stingy MemberIndeed James Thats a little high for a tip buteryou may keep It London Telegraph Not Exactly a Compliment Hewitt Ignorarico Is bliss Juwett Toud better get your life insured Hewitt What for Jewltt Youre liable to dIe of joy New York Times Generous StrangerDId you ever reveal your fishing hole to a friend Angler Once I did to a friend on his death bed Brooklyn Life The man who Is too proud to ask for favors doesnt get many Chicago ecordEcrald cJ C +t I i His Lesson In Golf A prominent business man not long since became inflicted with a bad case of golfltls that is he joined the of my of Cranks at the game wanted to play all the time talk of nothing else etc As Is the case with all duffers he had his troubles at the start and the way he fired questions at his friends was a caution Ills golf no qualntanc accommodatingly replied finallyIpher to jot them down One friends advice Included three points first keeping the eye on the ball second the necessity of hitting the ball with an easy stroke authird the use ol n rocking horse tffaevclop tho stroke The fact that the friend had a keen sense of humor did not occur to the tyro until later He immediately purchased a large rocking horso and after business hours seated himself astride the fiery charger and swung at the bull which was securely fastened to the floor by a strong cord Ho has learned a thing or two since The hobbyhorse is no more and bo has vowed to get square with Mr Joker If It takes a thousand years New fork Tribune Subduing a Bully A writer in n Vladivostok paper tells of an encounter ho once witnessed on a Siberian train between a lady and a noblemanWhen train pulled up at Tsltlkar In Manchuria a Manchu iioblo who bud bullied all his fellow passengers alighted at the station restaurant after warning them that ho would decapl tate any of them who took his scat During his absence a smartly dressed young Russian lady entered the car ind despite the alarmed expostula tions of Its occupants calmly appro priated the seat When tho noble returned he flew into a passion and advanced threateningly with his curved saber drawn But the young woman coolly covered him with a shining re volverDo you take us for a pack of cowardly mandarins she exclaimed and then pointing to her feet she remark ed Hero Is your place my hero The Manchu noble surrendered and sat at her feet for the rest of the journey Hugo and the Barber When Victor Hugo lived In Paris lu the Ilaco lloyalc ho used to be shaved by a barber named Brassier A friend of the poet asked the barber one day If he was busy I hardly know which way to turn was tho reply We have to dress the hair of thirty ladles for soirees and balls And M Bras sler showed the list to his friend A few days after the friend returned and Inquired about the thirty ladles Ah monsieur said the barber sadly I- tt nn not able to attend half the num ber and I have lost many good customers through M Victor Lingo It appears that the poet when about to be shaved was suddenly Inspired and seized the first piece of paper be could llnd to write a poem Hugo hastily left the shop with his unfinished verses on the back of which were the names and addresses of thQ thirty la dies many of whom waited In vain for their coiffeur Used the Wrong Gender A Frenchman with an Imperfect knowledge of English was once called upon for an after dinner speech He struggled along manfully for a few minutes managing to turn one or two good phrases Finally he excused him self from further effort by saying 1 will no longer cockroach on your time An Englishman sitting nuxt to him at the table remarked Your speech was dooced clover bah Jove But you used the wrong word at the close dont you know You should have said I will no longer hcucroach upon your time I set said the Frenchman 1 used the wrung gender Exchange A Curious Stone A curious stony is tho alexandrite It is n dark green stone that Is polish ed cut and set very like n fine topaz or amethyst In largo showy rings surrounded by diamonds By the light of day the alexandrite has no special beauty save Its flue luster but directly a shaft of nrtlllclirt light strikes the dull stone deep gleams of red lash out of the green and under the gas or in the firelight one Ignorant of this va gary would Instantly pronounce It n ruby Keeping Up J ppearances Husband suddenly waking up at dead of night What Iu the world was that noise Wife cnlmlylts all right dear The guests of tho Money bags ball are just coming home and I slipped down and gave our front door a slam so the neighbors would think we wero thereNew York Journal He Found It Was Judge to prisoner You are charged with having seriously injured your wife by Inclosing her In n folding bed What have you to say for yoursel- fPrisonerYour honor I wished to see if It was possible to shut her up The Rescue The Major Whats this I hear Da vid about your nearly saving n man from drowning David I did save 1m from drownln only the life buoy it im on the end and killed Im London Tatter Did Not See It Before Miss Enstsldc That Is a lovel gown but havent 1 seen it before Miss Westslde No I think not J have only worn it at a very few smart affairs this season X Report of the McHenrySchool SEVENTH GRADEOoolgeHunt1e 97 Florence Brooks 92p Frank Wilson 91 GIlmore Keown 84 vv SIXTH GRADE Lillian Tlcheno 93 Uallio G Maddox 93 MaeBasehea 91 Angus Simpson 91 Bertha Toll 91 Esther Espy 91 Jennetto Mitchell 90 Eva AdkIns 90 Paul EspyS9Ray Hooker 188 Herman Renfrew 83 Edith Wilson 87 Elsie Carnca 80 Bone Dock 80 Fannie Carnes 89 Nellie Toll 86 Maggie Render 84 James Render 84 Willie Davie 84 Dave Sail h 77 FIFTH GRADE Lillian Beck 88 Fred Gwynn 85 Sammll Fisher 83 FOURTH GRADE Ruth Basehear 88 Lewis Render 88 Moneta Bishop Courad TIchenor 85 Irene Beck 85 Grace Johnson 84 Leslie Carnes 81 Dudley Carnes 82 Robt Cates 81 Lillie Booth 79 Gordon Booth 78 Goebe Herndon 78 THIRD GRADE Floy Maddox 84 Philip Blahop 92 George Addison 83 Llllle Sulzer 87 Minnie James 83 Bes sie Gates 83 Isabella Stewart S3 Stella Render 82 Guy Stewart 82Gar thon Sandefur 78 Grace Haws 7S Leon Demsey 75- Second Grade Gladys Nall 91 Ara Nail 91 Joo James 90 Pearl Cnaddock 91 Eva Craddock 90 Bob Smith 83 Duncan Penman 90 Leo ii Toll 79 Joe Maddox 79 Wendell Johtison 79 David Espy 77 First Grade John Stewart 77 Everett Dunn 7C John D Bspey 70 Dean Hawcs 7C Vernon Johnson 70 Pearl Carnes 70 Louise Madox 70 No vella Dunn 72 Gertrude Dunn 73Thel ma Pierce 70 Vercoiv Haws 69Frauk I Addison C9 Annie Render 70 For Month ending April l 1910 Mrs Florence Keown Teacher For Sale Storehouse and lot located In a thriving village In the southern part Ohio counltty building 20x54 feet lof side shed 10x54fcet suitable for store The grounds can be large enough to suit occupanlt Terms easy Apply to Bartlett Smith Real Estate Agents Suffragettes Antidote- A Bible claas for socidy worne1 ii Is announcedhas boon encouraged by equal rights lenders as am antidote for suffrage excitements After what fashlon the euffnaigists shall quote the Scriptures against the suffragettes may become on interesting question Neither the times nor the nilldo r ol agitators would be found In accord boway with Pauls Let fJhe women then lu alienee with all subjection nor with tho same disciplinarians resolve I to suffer nut a wonum to teachSolomon would servo Wetter that Paul for modern inatruciiion It IB true stlli that A foolish woman is cltunonous1 Also It te measurably true tlmt It 4s better to diwtoll In the wilderness than with a contention and angry woman Yet the applica tion to the suffrage issue even of thosj fia of admonitory thought wnud be forced We fear thaw circumstances and opinion In the equal nights matter will lead to the missing of the rdally golden text for the occasion It Is again Solomons and this Is it I Every wte wonun buildwh her house buitlio foolish pluckeh It dawn her hands itt his Scriptural blade is douhlecdg cd It will slosh couwnvutdve suffra gists and radical alike Ve urge it for careful consideration none the toss Will a wise woman pluck down n haute of nvajefety in which She Is throned irate and nmtrwi to nepilaoo it with a coeducational tdiool of praci4cal ohltIesFroiu UK New York World Kills a Murderer A merciless murderer is Appendicitis with many victims But Dr Kings Now Life Pills kill It by prevention They gently stimulate stomach liv er and bowels preventing that clog glng that Invites apendlcltls curing Constipation Headache Billlouanesa Chills 25c at all druggists m WHITESVILLE- Too Late for Last Week April IiIr Onls Greer retuned home from howling Groan Saturday wlioro he has been attending school Miss Dava Evans returned home this week from Florida wlwre she spent thewlnfer sefciscfa rMice Lizzie Mcklriley Beaver Dam spent last Week with her aunt Mrs Henrlefcto Greer- Pendleton Holbrook and wife who have been living In Florida for tho past two years are visiting relatives here WJ11 Stewart our efficient depot agent will soon move to his new res idence near the railroad on Prass Foal landRuby Pate left for Oweoaboro Tuesday where she will enter school Pearl Howard went to OWens boro Tuesday returning Saturday F L Campton and W E Davis have purchased the undertaking es tablishment and grocery of W L MillerRev Brewer preached at the Ohtls than Church Sunday and Sunday t Lizzie Westerflold died at her hom about four miles south of here ttols morning at C oclock CASTORIAFor Till Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Btgnatnre of Its the Worlds Best No one has ever made a Ealveoint ment or balm to compare with Buck lens Arnica Salve Its the tone per feet healer of Cuts Corns BurnsBruIs es Sores Scalds Bolls UlcersEcze ma Salt Rheum For Sore EyesCold Sores Chapcd Hands or Sprains it 25c at al druggists m For An aching back is instantly relieved by an application of Sloans Liniment This liniment takes the place of massage and is better than sticky plasters It penetrates without rubbingthrought- he skin and muscular tissue right to the bone quickens the blood relieves congestion and gives permanent as well as temporary relief Heres the Proof Mr JAMES O LEE of 1100 Oth St TblrtrrearlonslylnJured my back I suffered terrl bly at times from the small of ray back around my stomach was just ai If I had been beaten with a club I used every platter I could with no relief Liniment took the pain out and I can now do as much ladder work as any man In the shop thanks to SloansLiniment Mr J P EVANS of Mt Airy Ga- eayat After being afflicted for three SloanaLinimentwell and am glad to say I havent been slylegmy knee Onehalf a bottle took the pain and swelling out Sloans Liniment has no equal as a remedy for Rheu matism Neuralgia or any pain or stiffness in the muscles or joints Prlcei25c50c and 100 Sloan hook on reepddreaiaeui Dr Earl Se Sloan Boston Mass USA A Reliable Remedy Elys Cream Balm- is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes healnnd protects the diseased mem brqiio resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho Lame Back CATIRRH FEVERstoresTaste nUll Smell Full size GO cts atDrug I gists or lIy mall In liquid torn 75 cents Ely Brothers cq Wnrreu Street New York Marble and Granite Monuments Our business Is devoted exclusively to the Granite Marble and Ston- erude and twine thoroughly practi cal In same enables us to know your requirmente We only handle the very best Granite and Marble ands our rep utation has gained on just this class of goods Let Us show you in dollars and vents that it Is to your interest to buy of us We gladly refer you to any of the parties we have fumlshbd as to our honesty and responsibility In dealings THE THOMAS JIDNOMEKTJt WORKS Hartford Ky I d 1JI DlreotorOlxio Covuaty Circuit CourtToF Dlrkhead Judge Ben D Bingo Attorney Vf P Mldkiff Jailer EX 3 Barmss Clerk F L Fe lix Master Commlsloncr 11 Tv Collins Trustee Jury Fund T Iii Black Sher iffi Hartford Deputies S O Keown an Lon Black Court convenes first Mon day in March and August and continues three weeks and Third Mondays in May and November two weeks County Courtn R Wedding Judge W S TInsley Clerk C E Smith Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday in each month Quarterly Quarterly Court Begins on the third Monday in January April July and October Court of ClaImsConvenes first Tuesday in January and first Tuesday In October Other County Officers C 8 Moxfley Surveyor Fordsvllle Ky R F D- No2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hart LeacheRiley Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS D S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday in March Tuesday at ter 3rd Monday In June 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 Monday In after 3rd Monday in December John II Miles Ilockport Friday after 3rd Monday In March Friday after 3rd Monday in Juhe Friday after 3rd Monday In September Friday after 3rd Monday In December J C Jackson Centertown Saturday after 3rd Monday in March Saturday at ter 3rd Monday In June Saturday after 3rd Monday in September Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In December M C Cook nenfrow Tuseday after 2nd Monday in MnyuTesilaysafterf3rd2nd Monday In Monday in August Tuesday after Monday In November Thomas Sanders Dundee Wednesday FebruarysWednesday after 3rd Monday In August Wednesday after 2nd Monday in Novem berC V Miles 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 2nd Monday In May Friday after 3rd Mon day In August Friday after 2nd Mon day in November HARTFORD POLICE COURT C M Crowe Judge G D LlkensClty Attorney Sam Riley Marshal Court convenes second Monday In each month City CouncllJ H Williams Mayor R T Collins Clerk S K Cox Treas urer Members of Council T R Bar nard W J Bean W M Fair Pen Taylor W E Ellis E P Moore School TrusteesJ S Glenn chairman W S Tlnsley Secretary C M Barnett C M Crowe and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices monrlng and evening every first and third Sun day In each month Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices every Sunday morning and evening Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J W Bruner 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Appeals Criminal practice and Col lections a Specialty Office In the Herr aid building YANCY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all tin 4 Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeal Also No tart Public Office over First National Dank JOn D WILSON on AS M CROWD WILSON CROWS LAWYERSHARTFORD Will practice their profession fit all the courts of Ohio and adjoining couix tics and In tho Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office on Main St opposite Court House ma TRADEMARKS promptly obtained la allcouatrltiornofea PATENTS THAT PAY adTcrtiMthim thoroughly at our eipanie andliclp you to nccwa Send model photo or ekddntor TREE report 1PASSINGBook on lrofttable Iatenti write to o B03BOB Sevonth StreetWASHINGTON D Or KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS 4 KingsNew FOR COUCHS Ioij oo Tilal Bottle fret AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED SATIBFAOTORI OR MONEY REFUNDED u PROCURED AND DIFEND D ScIIdmodL drawing orWwtu expert nn And tree report Fro ed lo how to oI latent trade mart coprrl ou IN ALL COUNTRIES JBuilntsi dirrtl wild Washington dare tired money and often tilelbtent ExclusivelyWrlto013 HlnUx Btnet opp united States Patent Ofici WASHINGTON D C 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DEBT N8- COPYRIGHTS Ac maygalcklascertain Pommunleallonsatnctl tentsPatentor theScientific elreulaUon rkJlnu SEEDS Northern Planter Fresh RUlblPUIII IsCOLLECTIONIINa60017Tot abe Jka11 10110 c r l Uif1tndpuking I eidOREAT I till au 8t Rockford IlUnolf v HrfftIIRTEENTH ERALCENSUS tam About to Ask Quos ns of His Family TO GET AT HE ACTUAL FACTS Taking the Decennial Census a Trot mendous Undertaking end a Colossal t Expense but Neeenary to the Prop er Conduct of Our Vast Domain Dr U S Census will begin OLD his thirteenth diagnosis the condition ot Uncle Sam his family April 15 next foe made the first In 1700 and has been repeating It every ten years since Uncle Sum has tooted the bills to date amounting to about U7000000 OurI venerable dad has calculated that the thirteenth Investigation will cost about 13000000 so that when old Dr U S Census finishes his current work there will have been spent about 60000000 nlorthis purpose since 1700 The twelfth census cost about 13 000000 and as Uncle Sams landed DIRECTOR E DANA DUBAiD possessions have Increased since then t and his family gained about 15000000 J more members than belonged to It In 1000 It would be considered no more than fair It the present diagnosIs wero to call for tho spending of about t- DJi 000000 which would be tho sum of the rate of increase ot expense at each census up to the twelfth were to be maintained for the thirteenth A census expert has estimated that ot the 13000000 the headquarters office force will earn 4800000 the enumerators OO000 the supervisors 910000 and the special agents 700 000 The administrative cost will be 300000 the stationery 200000 rent 125OOO tabulating machines 250000 rards for tabulation processes 100000 printing 800000 Alaslm 83000 Por to Rico 160000 total 12D3000- 0Uthat Is all the expense it is cheap The late General Francis A Walker who was a census authority greater than any other living or dead once wrote that tho people ot the United States can well afford to pay for the very best census they can get He penned this In connection with a frank confession ot his own shortsightedness lu underestimating the cost ot the tenth census Its the old storywhen you are UI get the best doctor you can afford The comparative cheapness with which the thirteenth census will be taken will be largely duo to DIrector E Dana Durands economical meth ods to the Introduction ot semIauto- matic electrical card punching tabu lnting and sorting machines and to the inheritance ot wisdom from the ex i perlence gained by the permanent con I sus bureau Modern Methods For Accuracy MX Durand Is responsible for many ot the new methods to Increase statistical accuracy at every step ot the census taking and to decrease the per capita cost ot the enumeration The card punching tabulating and sorting machinery Is the Invention ot a census mechanical expert a dthe patent rIghts belong to Uncle Sam The may chlues are novel In plan and desIgn are of greater speed and efficiency than those they superseded and can be built and operated nt a large saving ot money as compared with pre vious expenditures for this purpose Other money saving featureS are the elimination of the vital statistics inquiry from the work ot the decennial census as It belongs to the permanent branch ot the United States census the reduction In the number of sebe- dulgsthe pleceeprice method ofpaytug t machine Work tu omission ot the hand household and neighborhood In dustriea from the manufactures branch of the census and thee reduction of the size and number ot copIes ot the final reports The larger part of the 13000000 will be extended in the fiscal year which begun 1 last and ends Juno 30 1910 the first ot the three h Years within which tlmo tho thirteenth census must be over the temporary clerks and special agents discharged tuid thee permanent census bureau With its office force ot 700 clerks again performingitsannual intercensal tune ItiOD8 Fully ball ot the total to bet r expended WW beWaabingtone sharer kJI r snit OIl remainder will do dlstrlbute all over the country Congress has limited the thirteenth census to tour general subjectspope ulatlon agriculture manufactures and mines and quarrleR The director is authorized to determine the form and subdivIsIon of inquiries The Inquiry as to population relates to April 15 IDI0 that as to agriculture concerns the farm operations during 1009 and calls for an inventory ot farm equipment April 15 1910 that relative to quarriesIsAn Army to Got the Facts The enumerators will carry only the population and agriculture schedules April 15 1910 SpecIal agents will bo sent out with the schedules for the manufactures mines and quarries data Therq will bo fully 65000 enumerators ot whom about 45000 will carry both the population and agri culture schedules as It Is estimated that there are now fully 7000000 sep orate farms In America with farmers numbering well up Into a scoro of mU lions In 1000 there were many moro billIons ot dollars ot fixed capital in vested In agriculture than there were In manufactures strange as It may seem And the farmer Is getting bet ter orr all the time Ws mortgage In debtedness Is decreasing fast his taxation Is small us compared wIth the urbanites burden and ho has taken to automobile rIding on n largo scale This Is the heyday ot the farmer and old Dr U S Census Is going to diagnose him pretty carefully for tear that with ease comes evlltbat Is the neglect ot those essentials which have mado his prosperity possIble Census taking every ten years Is a tremendous task It Is the greatest single operation undertaken by Uncle Sam with the exception ot the Pan ma canal work and the assembling ot an army In time of war The Amerl can census Is the largest costliest and most accurate ot any taken by the civI- lized nations Its methods are the most modern and its equipment the most complete The census bureau force comprises first DIrector E Dana Durnnd ot Michigan who although only thirtyeight years old Is older than most ot the generals commanding the forces In the civil war and who Is too a statistically scarred hero a veteran In government service and likely to prove the most practical and efficient director connected with any ot the past censuses Then there is the assistant director WillIam Ii WJlIoughby ot Washington former secretary ot state ot Porto Rico Next In rank are the five chief statisticians WIlliam C lIupt In charge ot the population division Le Grand Powers heading the agricultural division William M Steu art overseeIng the manufactures division Dr Cressy L Wilbur the vital statistics work and Dr Joseph Adna lIlli the divisIon ot revisIon and re suits Charles S SloaneIs the geogra pher Alburtus II Baldwin Is the chief clerk Voler V VUes Is chief of the publication division Hugh M Drown Is private secretary to the director Robert M Pindell Jr Is the appointment clerk George Johannes Is the disbursing officer and C W Spicer Is the me- chanIcal expert In addition to these are the chiefs ot the divisions under the chief statisticians There are about 7fiO permanent clerks and there will be 3000 tempo nary clerks etc The supervisors will number 330 and they will employ and direct the G5000 enumerators Twenty export specIal agents will exercise an advIsory function There will be about 1600 chief specIal agents and assistant special agents The supervisors wlll also probably employ 1000 clerks GOO special agents and 4000 Interpreters Tabulating the Returns The preparation ot the schedules for the tabulating process will begin as soon as they are forwarded by the su pervlsors The data on them relating to population will be transferred to manila cards by the punching ot holes In them to correspond with the differ eat items In the schedules An electrical machine controlled by a clerk can punch holes In 9000 cards a day There will be 300 ot these and DO 000000 cards have been ordered After the punching the cards are hand fed Into an electric tabulating machine with a pin box attachment I 1 OKNSUS TADULATINO VACIUNE which permits the required pins to pass through the variously placed holes In the cards izr this way estab an electric circuit resulting In the tabulation ot the items on counters which regIster their results In printing on spooled paper somewhat like a stock ticker There will be a hundred of these machines After certain comparisons to provo accuracy the scbed Jiles are Jermunently preserved lu a great Iron safe In the census bureau As the card does not contaIn the name ot the person for whom It stands nil personal identity is eliminated from the cards All danger ot misuse ot such InformatlondlRappearsSevcre penalties are provided Incase any em ployee discloses celieus information tb outsiders The next step Is the m k- Ing ot the maps and tables to accompany the analyses and then finally the Issueot the printed bulletins and reports Before July 1 1012 the work must bo over and the thirteenth ceti- sus gone to loin Its scientific anceS- tors a I Tenderfoot at Poker Poor Pat diY staid II spmt lag editor USiNI txs entortaln mo when I vlsdtod lis art chap w6 h gambllngtalt Tl1Cre was ono tnio about a EtlIldl- wJch that I rttthar lIked It seems acoording to this tale tdmt a barkeep er tnTombstonlor Dead CIltI or some such town connived nvkh tleree sharpens and God help any tend Itoot that ewer venlurcd to nit in a LittiG poker game among that crew One ntght the tenlWlwt tenderfoot hmaglnable attIC half a dozen drinks in tile aeJoon agreed W take a hand itl a dollarlimit game Things weft o1oug In the USUal way for awhile then aIl amazing se Ides of nods and w lnku began to tufs abOut Tile bartender had rgnwtd that the tenderfoot hod toW wntg OIL the draw There i ere more nods and winks and bettivg began In the midst or the betting uwbl ter brougbi tandwitehee and whisky I order to distinct tile tcnd oct and whle the poor dupe was teasing ort his dnlck the sharper next him sapped a etxth card into his hand thus of course nullifying lt The unconscious tenderfoot took up II huge sandwlteh bit oft a large mouthful and began to bet again Right and left of course they r alsed- him He ate any and bet away cailm ly An enormous sum lay on the tableThen suddenly the brtexdcl sumed his nods and winks He was terribly excIted Something was wrong The a little anxious called the Ito tIIbite of h3 sandwich itaek a long drink of mlhlsky and Datd dawn his orlghmil five cards Then In sl11UCCI ho gartered In lwts vast grlle ot wln ninngs anal with a cool nod took his 1tt0At r his dapartuto tllt1e IS n- tClTible time What tho dickens dId he do with that ninth eard the dlUfpellli cried Dldnt you see Didnt ycu naia- orlled the bartender furclng up and down with rage He ate It with his snndwichl I Woshington lot- To cure LaOrippe id Colds l0 24 hours take QUICKS Cold and LaOrippe Medicine TADLETs1- H yosr druggist does sot keep them uod 25e is J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Emnllleld and get them post paid Guaranteed New Garnishment Law The change made by tho lbt General Assembly ot Kentucky in the garntahmer law and the exemptions that aro alloWEd under the law does not seem Ao have lJia understood by the public The true meaning of the bill is this any man earning from 1 per month to 75 Il3r month 10 per cent of his salary may be avtaohe and tie may claim 90 per cent as exempt It a man recetves a salary in e toss ot- i per month only 6750 can be claimed by him us being exempt and nil his salary except 6750 Is liable to attachment The exemptions can Uo claimed only out ot wages or salary and no exomp- tions can be claimed In money denly ed from house rents ittvldends on stock interest on totes or 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hat wjCI and in alJ living cotturt +e lff hurt UItO a quiet hut eternal lum1103- lOlhn8 asmrt that this 11J ante coli omdty iowUnt and that rrotlrdug unI- LMlaJ wll rumt from the Phenomil- On a May Ii the comet will have rca erl the rtcarc t lwtut to the earthand then it niil be rome tweve mllllojo- C miles away The gigantic to- wlydcli will Je about 200 mtiliou- mtlro of n 1enlh trd l hlI t lablhg away fmm the l1n win a mpd- eanq the alh nt thl lure at oven tta Iur L career vaalve sciete are of the oplsbon that Hj111e tutu u ul tftfllWrJI1s may he exlcctkd Ju t w4rat tMs llIullllalkedoC tall 1s hus- 1l hero decided and the UoI1I1I- 111It da tht4lCoro godn to have all of 1te fcrenasiertr make ob rltlonsll- ur1n the tIme w9ien the cntet w tit be akiO 4he earth Sctnu are oC lIre opltdon that the tull 1s just an uuhhiicaLy thin bU others tJI t It hi ccmpnscd of sin all IJUttclt hrokaa riff from the hen of the toroth The thIrd lIaUef Is that the IlIlIOOTliIiCe ot a tall folios tug the 1IIlvltrt tWIICTe 1 I9 hrllir a tJtllrbullco in the ether ClIl id- tiro b JlMtllng of the comet FrlJt1uttr IVnix wd that on Mr f 17 hu will make rhervaUotrs as to the nmount vi wokiture In till ark tl- pre4pltatioa ie the natmo of the clout s the color of the sky the Lnrenslty ut the runs rays arid In act of nn- Udag that woud fauw Brut the comet WIlt exsrti9p sty 1iiutnco on Ue- a2mwgitero cf the earth Mr Wa- ilucea Iz IltIU mtdeace JIl the rOIJ1It3 that the oolnot Got US ta1 will cause anythia unusual tJ hupqen and sa that thrrte icuple who think that the carnet Is oomUg thorn to lose aleair prabebly wilt nul vaaet fur their In- tiOmnJa h1 n littlo toddy taken he fore rotrlrillg Sheriffs Sale By virtue ut execution ro 266- rcctkd dl to nJe whiclt trued from the Clerks offlte of tlm Ohio C9reultOou- n rk favor of Wuultoft 8111 0 Cdragaln st T L Royul for 7ti wIIi interfast from June 30 1908 aad 8fu cots I or one of my deputOS wlll bn day tho hil dy of May 1910 MonI tween the hours of eleven n m and two urck II m at the court hOUae door Stu Hartford Ohio tyX Dlucky exlx e W PUhll i adrlto the highWlt btddtri- raric the Prop rty or so much he- rr e of as mnyoo jicettrttdry to autify PIu3rGwrfa debtihtlerest rout cossI toiwltA Interest 1na 4 act of land Olrro county Kentucky r knows I 1Jl4 Aty the H V Royal lal1m neXT DJBhnm School House and Uoundcd on the North by the lands of C Smith on the Eatyt b Ihe lands of John T Smith and Felix Pool on the South by the bnw of John Neighbors on the Wot by the lauds of Jolrn Lan ham and V Greer same convoyed H Y Royal by C B II FelIx oft ta larch 4 1S97 b tEed recorded Iin Ohio County Clerka office look 116 page 543- A orehaf acre ndjobIg above and convoyed to uiil Royal Eby Felix Pool and wife tlsr shown Shy deed record In Ohio Couat Clerks of lee book Ii page 33S leufail olden lIS the property of T L Royal Terms Sale will Jc made on aI crrxlft of elx months bond with ap roC security requITed bearf1g in trait at the ate of six per cent per anroUm from day of sale and huvlnr tWe force and otC of a re- plevin bond 1 ifars3 my hand tMs 6th day of Ainil 1910 J9t3 T Ii BLACK S O C Sheriffs Sale B virtue of an exCCutlol Xo 261- ro lsued toed the office of the Clerk lof the OWo Circuit Court lit toyer of 1Vut Deerng Co agaJmt C O 1Clmbley for the sum of farGyfly- nl o dollutr with Interest from the flrat day of December 1891 and 655 cost I will on MOl1bythe 2rd day of May- g 1910 hedng the tlrt day ut tile Jia TFVn OhIo Coumy Curt nt- tho court house door In hartford OhIo county Keaucky shout or3 a11JuJlhbidder on a credit of 6 ntnuths the following described prorerty or ro flmuch thar tof as ueceesary rte oinko the I illntlfls debt inlroot and cos tJI countyila on wlrlch defendant C O Kimble Ilvay oounl11 on the North by Lh lands of C L RtNen ulyd John P Rowe fatal on the 11xt 4y landis of J C hlennett and C T Warden on the South 4y the lands of G T War don and 11 F Kltnher and on the Ntst by the tootle of Said loud w be sold aubjeot to the hcmestond c slid C O Ilmbley Iurcltaawr bo required w eXeCute bond what cap lmveri security immel1l1teI nitsr sl1eGlveu under my hand this brio di of April 1910 393 T H BLACK S O G J Mrs Sam French Dies Mrs Sam French n well known wuwun dIed of a complication of diseases tit 1025 oclock Saturday nmrnlog nt her home on Triple tt street Owensboro following IL long lllnr Mrs French lead been In poor health for several years bu wis not confined to her home last wlutel Blood poison develops which was the ImmedIate cause of her dcaUI 8She was born In Ohio county sev cntythrce ears ago moved to Ow onshore shout nIne years ago and had made her home there since that tore She was a member of the Third Baptist church and IL devou- Ghrlstian woman She Is survived by two brothers Torn henry of Ohio county and 7rrnes Henry of Dances county aleo two slaters Mrs Belle Hackett of Livermore and tare Lucinda Austin of leaver Dam Methodist Church The Epworth League will moot at the residence of S A Anderson Sat urday nt 730 p m Preaching Ilt the church next Sun day both morning soil evening The thJd quarterlY meeting of the Hartford charge will be held at 11- tHermon next Tuesday the 19th- IrotUhlng by Rev R F Hayes Pre Riding Elder at 11 a m Quarterly Conference In the afternoon at three oclock A full attendance etpeclal- ly of the official members Is desired VINOICATlONOOi NEW TARIFF ALA r Former Bitter Opponents Have Formally Admitted the Worth of the Measure BENEFITS ALREADY SHOW N Increased Wages WlilingIY Granted by Great Industries Ono of the Evidences That the Country Has Been Benefited by the Bil- lWashingtonWhen Representative Fitzgerald recently Introduced a amendment desIgned to bring about the repeal of the present tariff law he did the Republican party In par titular and the whole people of the nation In general a favor that can hardly be overestimated The amend meat was voted down and the present tariff law uphold by n vote of 150 to 116 Every Republican of the house of representatives without ex coption voted to sustaIn the present law while every Democrat voted In favor of Its repeal It must be understood that some 20 Republicans voted against the bill on Its passage last August and now not one can be found to vote for Its repeal Tile Js the most complete vindIcation of the new law that could be had and the Hepub- IIcan party can henceforth go before the country hand In hand with the presIdent with the tariff as the chic Issue of the comIng campaign The benefit that have accrued to the country under the operation of the now law are more and more apparent every day Attention has already been called to these columns to the success of the measure as a revenu law the receIpts so tar during the present fiscal year endIng June 30 next beIng some 30000000 more than during the corresponding months of last year while the deficIt of about 70000000 a year ago Is now only about 14000000 and there seems to be no doubt that thIs deficIt will be wiped out by the end of the fiscal yearAgain there Is a full volume of employment all over the country and our people were never so prosperous muchIshown beyond question that these high prIces are In no way attrlbuta- blo to the tariff But the best news of all whIch we are havIng Is the con wagesbyroads of the country Nearly all of the eastern trunk lines Including such roads as the Pennsylvania Phil adelphls and ReadIng the Baltimore Ohio the Now York Now Haven Hartford the Boston Maine and others have increased wages recently And thIs Increase has been by no railroadstheIa other largo corporations have followed and the adjustment now made In mIning centers will no doubt result In widespread Increase to all the coal mIners of the country Autharltynpresent busIness si nation It can be summed up In recent statement of H O Dun pony who say While the trade development Is I regular revealing diversified condItions 1In different sections of the country htover year re 1can be no question as to Its substan flat character To those splendId results of the new tariff law In all the avenues of finance and business whIch are effected by the law can be added the splendId progress now being made In congress to carry out the pledges of the and adopt the recommondations of t president The large approprIation bills are now practically out of the way and for the next few weeks can gress will be engaged In passIng laws strengthenIng the Interstate Con metes commission provIding for be ter regulations as to the railroad providIng for postal savings banks a admlland New Mexico and In short filling as far as possible the pro Ises of the party hnd the preside atone Democrats Have No Strength Oov Harmon of OhIo In a recent Interview whIch was practically an announcement of his policies and be lists has made the issue with the seeteY which consIsts sImply of opposing ev scything the Republican party stands for Oovr Harmon on the tariff quas flea Is a practical tree trader and announces that he Is for a tariff for revenue only That would close thou sands of mills throughout the country and throw mllllooa of men outwork of and even If Democratic how se of representatives should Iratpe b- In ill accordance with the views otGor Harmon and should send It to aRepublican senate where It would be quietly pigeonholed still It would bring about a check to our prosperity and an anxIety In business circles which would do untold harm Mr Harmon might better have kept l1ent His Interview shows that he Ja not only Ignorant on national affairs b tIwould play the part of a demagohoebe is appealing for the votes of the pea pie to place him In the preeldeetl al chair His interview has weakened r 4 c a y 0tersatlnghimOhio this fall While tlRepublican party ha- beeQ facing many unpleasant sItua Uoas during the poet few weeks It Is emerging from the bloods Into clear eIghthIthat In every state and In every ee- UOn of the country there la a unite party barking up the president and quite willing to teat Its case before the people upon what it baa done and upon the record of the adminletratlo- pu to that time IQlve the President FaIr Play RepublicanIdly behind the admInIstrations postal savings bank bill and passed t by practically a party vote Now that ode pledge of the party in Its national piatform le under way to tu1ftlment- I let the Republican majority at Wash lagton forget minor differences as stand behind the president indhlsparty fn fulfilling all too obligations the ChIcago platform A tot of tieIs befog wasted In vItuperative a tacks on Speaker Cannon und rhand slashing at Senator Aldrich and let handed blows at the president himself All thIs Is unseemly unfair undlgnl fled and unmualy Let boys play be majorItyobligations and get down to substan- tIal business The presidents task at best Is dlmcult and his reaponsl- blUties are overwhelmIng He Is en titled to receive the generous hearty Republicanmatter what a tow muck raking and antlTart Republican newspapers and magazines may have to say regarding the adminIstration t deserves a fair trial and the support of congressmen Republicantickets We beg to remInd the Insurgents and all who are Inclined to break awn from party obligations that they nr furnishing the sinews of war to their political opponents and that they must eventually face the responslbll- Ity for so dolngLesllea Weekly Cost of Living In England The London EconomIst a free trade journal which Is collecting a toad to promote tree trade agitation states that the increase In prices I the United KIngdom on the from 1896 to February 1910 was Dal about 30 per cent Only Is rather a strange word to use for that free trade country where no one thinks of scribing the Increased cost of livIng to tariff rates Of course the EconoI inlet trIes to make out that the Increase has been greater In the Unite- States but 4t concedes that the ca of living has gone up the world over aBd there can be no question about It beIng n matter entirely independent of the tariff rates Of course the Demo erotic free traders In the United States try to make out that the tariff Is responsIble for the Increase though the increase has been greater In prod acts on whIch the tariff was reduced or renewed altogether than In prod acts on whIch the rates were In creased They will not attempt to explaIn the increase In the United Kingdom nor explain the Increase to the price of hides In thIs country on which the duty was removed nor tell althoughthow Jt comes about that boots and I shoesmignorancertho facts One tatlstlclan shows that the In reallyreStates figuring It on percentages Of course Mr Tart and the American tariff are to blame for hIgh prIces la Republican Another Victim of High TarIff auheby the magistrate Do you make money enough In tips to buy an automobile I sure do base was the reply thantof hIgh tariff and the like Another argument for tint free saportermThat 1s It ls many people tray eled on Pullman cars and were asllb eral In tips as they now are But theres the trouble In that sltua fan the porter wouldnt have the price of a baby carriage Protecting the Richest Market The ricbest market is the world the priceless jewel of commerce le the protectivoto the American wage earners and all the American people ThIs le the elal pie essence of protection It Is the cardInal principle of the American radio system which has been made a national policy by the Republican party The recent revision of the tariff by the Republicans on protec tIon lines and not by the Democrats on tree trade lines downward on ne- cessltlea and upward on luxuries la dally demonstrating that It wqe the best revisIon of the tarp ever made by the American congress as Presh dent Taft declared Ja his Wlnons speech It Is working well add it will approved by the voters who will still keepp the Republicans nn power and keep the American market for AmerlcaaerFreeyort Ill JournaLI Ij r 1 2 aThe Storerof Iallt Ii JjIISomeone has called our Store 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