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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t tartfer1Uqublicau Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Yearj i VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 22 1910 No 40 t HISSES FOR PRESIDENT TAFT Womans Suffrage Confirms His Position Not Yet Capable of Self Govern ment are Seekers for Right to Vote r I Washington D C April IGAn episode of the week of no very gre importance but withal having some significance was the address of the President to tho leaders of the Na ttonal Womans Suffrage Association in this dty The President did not squarely take issue with the propogan fat but expressed some doubt as to the ultimate results of tho enfran chisement of the sex These doubts Were perhaps justified from his long study and observation of male suf page and from his knowledge that man boot qualified to vote most f quently had his vote cancelled by the worst qualified voter He knows as dow every statesman that suffrage is at best a makeshift and that u til a combined psychomcter and phr nometer shall be In ntedwhich will accurately take stock of th mind and morals of the voter and a law be passed than will enable every mans vote to weigh according t his stock of same and soul popular ouftr go cannot bo more than a blundering clumsy Instrument toT tho attainment of wisdom and purity In governnraet Its the anlstak of a tow hundred or perhaps a few thousand good women to imagine that they have in suffrage a panacea for tb orof bad govarpsnentymlley have not iflhou hit enough or ono deep enough hlatorlcaily or philosophically Jrio the subject Well Mr Taft tried J1toll them something of this kind be would not have dared to have spoken out as plainly as your humble oorrespondenitjacd his geaUe advice was received wWh hteces oac cat calls almost under tho eavea o the White House from the fadlts In the audience who showed that they were no more polite than men and even teas reverential Whatever may be mid against the President he 1 s a man a gentleman If these ladles had called Dr Samuel Johnson they would doubtless have been received with tho Piddle do de rot dears in which he replied to a deputation of ladles who congratulated him o tho publication of Rassclas Today it is said the responsible members of the National Wcmaaa Suf fage League are trying to throw ithe responialbllWy for tho Impoliteness upon unattached female hoodlums in tho aundfance The work for tile calabKBhmenit a Washington memojxal In the sha ota groat forum or hall to be used by visiting delegations and congresses from all parts of the IftiUed Stutca and the world is proceeding euccetis fully Tie atructuro Isrtfo ibe known as the Gourgo Washingt6n Montorla- Building ToCntlilUepLlJJSrorthe building which will contain an Im mense auditorium seating not 1 than five scientific and llnorary and patriotic BocldUes have bee is sub matted It fa also proposed that future inaugural balls shajl be held in this memorial building Indications point to the adoptlo- by Congress of ytho Itwjo battldtil program Senaitor Halo of Maine strenuous opponent of big ships it tjjougit will not oppose them thisI year and Via sentiment for thesa coloedal ships la btnong in the House of Representatlvea There was mu tlk in the oarly part of the tesafo boot an empty treasury and tha It was nwedful to be eeonnxmlcaL Ther has recenitly been UtUo talk t f Ma kind The royenoea of the government are rapidly Increasing under the present tariff There was much talk in the early pant of the session about an extra atve waterways program Senator Burton of Ohio than whom tae ono better understands tho Inland navigation situ atlon hia tjeda minority roporis on tho Rivers and Harbors Bill It will be r smeSnbered that Senator Burton was for many years head of the Rivers and Harbors Committeo of the lower House He here acquired a more through knowledge at frtst hand J y N ofUlovml and bTarbors echcmea in the United States than any other man What he knows about waterway In this country and Europe he has gained by profound investigation or at first hand In short he is an authority and probably better en Ine port he denounces squarely what he calls a dribbling policy t in np proprlattons for harbor and river purposes He Is opposed to the sysfeem making tat of small plecomeal ap propriations Instead of those su ficiently large for tho completion of the work But tm most notable feature of his minority report relates to tho conflict between water and railroad transportation For yeare It has been the policy of the railroads ato reduce rates on certain classes height for the purpose of river steamboat navigation out business Mr Burton desires to have the Interstate Commerce Commission for minimum rates on railroads when necessary to protect waicr transpor tatlon CAPTAIN WiHi DEADrep Well Known Hotel Man Passes HorseoBranche I aCapt W H Sandusky died at hors Branch early Saturday morning He died as the result of a stroke of par alysfs ho suffered about a year ago When lw retired to his room in the Sandusky Inn Friday night he said ho felt better than usual but he died before day rleCopt Sanduaky WJIB a popular hotel man nod was as well knpwn to the travelling public as any hotelman In the state Ho first engagd in the hotel business at Cenral City many years ago Later he engaged In th same business at Horse Bnacich Ky and Cairo Il1and tho Sandusky Tio tell were all popular with the travel ing public- f In early life ho was a steamboat pilot and later a railroad engineer He leaves a wife and one daughter Geneva The funeral took place at Central City and the Interment was In Falrmount cemetery He was colonel In the uniform rank Knights of Pythias and the Knights of Pythias had charge of the funeral Quarterly Court 1What has boon a very Interesting session of Quarterly Court began nt the court houste Monday and has re malned Ini tessdou during oho week clo ing ositcr3iy Quito u number of in letdtlngmatera were heard and dte posfed of during tho term the case KentuckyPti UJquore gmpo vena Tuesday and after hear ng tht evidence Introduced by the CommonlwealtlJ the defendant having introduced none aftuotgtrlltyees were but nova would testify to tine purcfhoso tto dclandal1ltlwas selected as special judge to try tiro case of JudgeI Topredont ed one of the parties in the towsuiC JuryuwrI wemo OampanWws en appeal from the tectfan of Isingnassernnentt3 year was Appreciates the Republican Ft McKinley P L Mardi 10 1910 Harjtford Republican Hartford Ky Dear Sirs I have received your paper moSt of the time I have been over here and It has been a great pleasure for me to get the nova from Ohio county for that la my native tome and 1 am cOm Ing back when my time Is out though IiJ11 well aatlaflod and will bo bid tor n Jtefted when I get to the good old U Si A We win roach San Froncleoi pal the first of June this year spooUfuUjr goons H P noi l 5 iL ANTITUBERCULOSIS 1 FIGHT IS OUTLINED i Directors Meet in Louisville and Secretary Kerner Tells of Plans A meeting of the Board of Directors of the Jen Association for the Tlhberculost1s was held In the Leather Room of itho Soolbach Hotel In LoulEvllle at whlo1 the newly appointed secretory Mr Eugene Kerner presented an initcrtst ing program for arousing Kentucky toI an octavo fight against tuberculosis 0Mr Kerner told of tho work being Eaarstate In the South that hus shown an active interest to stamping out this White Plague which claims over 6500 lives annually In Kentucky Mr Kerner will go through the state armed with a camera taking pictures and collcotilng elMadoa of conditions as he finds them anti will give lectures and exhibit to acquaint the people with what he finds urging them to form AurJTulwrculosJa So cieties nod committees to take up the fight In their respective localities His headquarters will be at 215 East Walnut dJurt LoulavilJe Dr George P Sprague of Lexing ton said that a special committee on tuberculiosce had bctia appointed by the Kentucky State Medical Assocla Won which will work in Ghee cooper ilion with the association Dr S H Keller of Frankfort Said that file State Board of HelWh la ready to lend tlio asaoclaWon everjr and poudbue in stamping out iflhto groat White Plague in Kentucky Mrs Charles DaUam cf Henderson n gave am excellent reawrt of the work done by the Hondarsnn AutlTubercu k ts Association Itluiititarilng what can be dono In n locality truer ho roallred Us needs 0A comratiiJee was appointed to enlist lIlY fraternal sooSotlo1 in thb state to help in this great tight The Board of Directors are C L Ad ler LouisvrUe Mrs Deeha Breckln ridge Loximgion Dr S H Keller Fnaakfort Mrs Charles E Dallam Henderson E T Franks Owensboro Mrs B L Banks Richmond August Rcipke Louisville James Andrew 1aSprague Lexington Mm Lafon Rlker Harredeburg Dr Dunning S Wilson Louisville Bernard FJexncr Louis viSo Thomas Johnaown Lexington Dr Jacob Gkihn Owenaboru MJaa Harriet Anderson Louisville Dr W R Thompson Mt Sterling SMALLHOUS Mrs Fannie Buttock was the guest of her aunt Mrs Heteley nea PowderJy from Friday until Monday Mr and Mrs Oppie Klttlnger and aht a dayMiss Athel Wood Ceralvo who vds lied relatives and friends hero stud at Klrtloy returned to her home sundry MrsAMrs Mary Ann Tiehenor has gone visit her son and daughter Mr and Mrs Lee Tlchenor She will remain with thorn for some time an her ton Mn Frank TIchenor with whom she lives has gone to Evansville for troat ment for his eyes Mr Tcromio Bennett rand wife Pren tls and Mr Matthews and wife of InI dJinawere the guests of Mr and Mrs Alva Galloway recently Mrs P B Taylor Hartford was th guest of her slater Mm George Reid and Mrs Sallio Drake from Saturday u tll Monday Mrs M P Maddox and Miar Ethel Hunter were at Rockpert last Thurs dayMr anti Mrs ErSkine Fulfcensbn were guests of Mr and Mrs T Li Wlthros Central City recently IMnJturned to his post Mondiy Mr J C Drako and wife list C B Ross and mother Mrs Jennie Ross went to Centertown Saturday Mr and Mm S W BOQbro Matiin zoa were the guests M Mix and Mra Alonzo Franc Saturday Rev R D Bennnoit tilled Us regu 1 lar appointment at Equality Sunday laces RIvet is itelag rapidly hem 19 1Y FATAL SHOOTING AT BEAVER DAM Otis Beard Empties Contents of Revolver Into Body of I John Eidson Otis Beard of color snot John Eld son she of color five times in Drover Dam last Sunday morning three of tho shots taking effect from the effects of which Eidson tired late Sun dlay aftenioon Beard ltd the scone but was soon captured after a lively chafe by Marshal JP Stevens State ments of eye witnefas are to the effect that the shooting was without provccaMoD Btaard having foot Eli son became ho mildly protested again DoardB cursing an old talon by Uie name of Berry The revolver used woa of the Harrington and Richard son make 32 caliber and toad a bar rd about six Inchcg in lengiih Tho revolver belonged to Mark Ber ryand waBirrcouTcd by Betuxl on ifihafc morning In taut It was tuken by Beard without Berrys consent nnd it Is said that Beard showed tho gun to a number of colored follows Kntlng that he Intended to kill taomcone with it botore night Burry followed Board for sometime trying to induce him turotura the revolver to him At last Beard turned Ulan the old man and cursed him severely at Eadon Interposed abecilorB to lul abusing the old nunwhftrcuioj B opened fire on Eldaou wih the niche results i Beard was brought to jaI Sunday afternvxn nnd Mondvy morclng was brought out and hula examining trial set for Wednorday A largo army of wltnceseff aj pear l for the OXLm tning trial Wednesday but Biird waived examination and WItS l back to Jail to await the acton the grout Jury at tho May twin of coot biadl not having beets asked tar by the defondantv Among the Lodges The local tent Knruiht of frho Mae caboos had a aplcnJId imon tug rut the hall last night wiJi vtvltyrs from Ctonrw ell and Rocbttier Ten a Sov enil candidates were taken aver Ith- rough e sandu and led Into tlte mys reties of Macaibee knlgluhood aftor which a delicious slipper was Exirv ed Co the members anti visitors Acme Lodge No C39 I O O F will celebrate the onnlvoitury cl thu founding of the order next Tuiwday afternoon Spttikciw have been sj lecttd and an aitrac lve program ar ranged Refreshments Avlll bo ben d to the members and visitors Rough River Laden No HOjKnlghts unnlrvCTsary of the hdge last Tuesday evening by aecolvlrag sixteen applies dons fur immbcrshSp and passing five Pages to the Rank of Esquire Thte lodge has recently had a wonderful awakening MIng reoclvcd thirty lllJpliwlUccsfcT memberehlp liv one month The now lodge at Beaver Dams has beau revived and will no doubt be InstiHiuted in the near fu taro by DktTlot Deputy John BI WCfconi with a trash from Rough Rlv er 1 cIS Hartford Lodge Xo C7B F A M met In regular session Monday evening with a good atitcnd nce nut withatandlng tha inclement weather Ono fellow craft was soloed to tho sublime doge of Master Alai on eNDAApril 19This place te Just a lit tio qulcJt at present tho uchool haw ing adjo med for the nexit two weeks we tan to hear the hurrahS of the school boys and the many voices of the deUr sweet girls Hope they will all return aa tho school lucks threo weeka being out yet Dollar pitching is the order of the day now Health in this community la very good Work is moving on all night with thetarmera Mr Thornton Ragland Rosltae was here Saturday his slstcrlnlaw ac compaalod him tIt J R Her McHenry vlilted his children at this place Saturday SundayAuflght here Saturday be tweeD Guy Rafferty and Elda Her No one hurt The difficulty over a seek of tobacco and pipe It was a strong tight but slow Mr Dunn Hartford was here one day last week looking after coal op tune or other mineral Mr Sharp Hartford tho medicine man was here last Friday Mr E K Stlneton the produce man of Roslne was here a few days ago Mr Joe and Herman Kahn wore her last week Mr Walter Baize Baze own was hero yesterday also Mr Jack Milter Custer Havens of this place went to Balzetown last Sunday and returno todayMr George Leach went to Plncirtie- coe Sunday Mtes Era Cox nnd Corda Wllron boarding students aj this piece wont home Friday evening at91r J H Stewart Select pas through town a few days ago with se oral head of hogs that he contem plates feeding for the market IIo he may do wel wish theme PRESIDENT DRAYTON ISSUES A CALL Urges Members A S of E to Go to St Louis Meet lug 1naofn1wageearners to be held In the Coliseum In SL Louis Mo May 2 to 8 The Farmers Educatlosal Cooperative Union Is extending a cordial invitation fdr every Amen can Society of Equity member to bo present and participate In the exer cases of this great gathering of lt1lthI- UOlIuccrs LaborfJ Mr Gomiwrs will be represented by thousands of delegates Every A S cf E State County and Local Union should be represented without mill Never before In the history of our nation were the masses to throughly arous ed and interred in questions of economies called to their attention by these great industrial organi zations iMt one great purpose of this con Terence bo to unite the ford of thC National Unions that there may be a continual campaign of edu cutan from ocean to ocean through out America that will finally bring Economic freedom to all of the wealth producers Let us unite on the principle that Tlho man Is the uniii und not the do tar a principle that will relegate old Money BagV to the rear nnd biting to the front Mr Man with his plow pick plane sad pen and honor and accredit lain for what ho fe and dew and not for what he has CHARLES O DnA YTO bras Nclonal Union A S of B- ludlajapolls Ind March 26 1910 WYSOX April 20ttcv Prlne filled lite regular appointment at Taylontown Sun dayMrs Jim Williams and daughter Ora near Rockport are tho guests of Mrs Williams mother Mre Louise Taylor Mr R H Taylor wan the gumft of his uncle Mr Dick Taylor Taylor town Sunday Miss Edith Taylor woe the EUCSJS of Mines Katie and Iris Elllotit from Wednesday until Saturday Miss Ellen Hunt Rochester is giving music Icsaans htero Messrs Drub Elliott amid Albert Taylor Hopewell took dinner with Ma Dick Taylor of Taylontuwn Sunday Mrs Kate Taylor and ughtersal He Mabel were the guests of Mra Nellie Taylor Sunday Little Mlaa Clailce Taylor spent last week the guest of her grand mother and other relatives at Union HillMr N M Taylor went to Hartford TuesdayMr Benton was tho guest of hi sister Mrs T B Caubler from Friday until Sunday Mleses Mamlo Taylor Kbitle Elliot and Mary Benton and Messrs George Crunk nnd Marvin Taylor took din nor at Hirma Taylors Siraday Wo ore having a lot of ran and the back vvator Is getrtrtrtgi up an around here ALDRICH WILL QUIT Ico Not a Candidate to Succeed Himself Has Represented Rhode Island in Upper House For Thir ty Years Washington April 18 Senator Aldrich authorized the announcement tonight that he will not be a candidate Iror reelection to the iwnate and will expirationvpreaent term March 3 lUll T1ieWreport A wowidi retire as Untied States senator from Rhode Island at the oxplratton of tho term In 1911 was confirmed today by the high authority of General Charles R Brajton Republican na tonal commltueman for Rhoda IslandUuder no circumstn tes will Al dfrich be a candidate for tho ixtuto again said Drawn This da nu auithoritlve sta ejnent and made after duo oonsdderalon by the iwnnitor who will retlto to i rivaito Sife Bouie what because of ill health This Btntement followed a visit of Mr Brayton lo Senator Aldrich u the lattens country seat 10 night Today the senator left for WuU ington Just bofoce ho bearded the train he said- I cannot discuss the story of my reported retirement If Bnaylxni says its su ho may know Perhnv something may be glvon out lu WashingtonAlthough the senator atattd ho wits feeiiug pretty wuli his fttxds saj his improvement in heaKli from a recent trip to Florida was apparently not entirely satisfactory Stotu ach trouble doveJopwl hoot wlnu r Aldrich has been senator since 1SS1 FOR THE BUSY READER Gov Patterson In announcing his candidacy for ronomlnntlon by till Democratic party for Governor imbed a long statement defending hln ae ion in pardoning Col D B Carper con victed of the murder of former Bvn a or E W Carmuck S Robert L Stafford 3S years old was killed at Fayettcrtlle W Va by Romeo BcnncU oti of Circuit Judge William R Bennett Dnafford had charged Bennett with false swo rong and in a fight which ensued Bamict drew a revolver and shot hij ttiitaffo niat Under a docJtiloin of the Airkontxa Supremo Court tile local option law does not prohibit the sale of native wine in qiuintl ca han than five gallons In original packages anywhere in the State This wlnw to tt ire sold without license and by the pro ducor only In opening the International white slave conference In Pirls M Richon Ui Fnrch Foreign Minister urged the adoption of a complete and dell nite international agreement fur the supprceslon of both the white slave traffic and the circulation of dteceao literature- S Gen William T Shermans route tram Atlanta to the fea will bo followed by tweatyslx Inatruotora and students of the army staff college at Fort Leavenworith for the purpose of studying tactics of tho Civil War General The officers will leave Fort Leavenworth July 1 for Fort Ogle thorpe Ga and march from that post to Atlanta By a vote of 120 tn 1C2 the house refused to declare privileged a reSOlutIon by Mr Honnry Texaa to compel the Speaker to maintain a quorum when the question of a quorum had not been raid by a member of the Route Tills is tile third too Mr Henry has brought the subject be rom the House The vote sus talus Speaker Cannnona position on Una UonI a i J- I I t fie e f l- t R J r FARMERSM TO ME If y 2to 8Will see Gre- Gatherings in St Louis Io Society of Equity and South ern Farmers Union May Get To getter as One The Farmer3 Educat5onal and OperaUvo UniODI of AmerLca and heis Ame11oan Society of Equity will o a conventdm at St Louis Dtay 219band continue 1o May 7 In addition to trite hove two organ Szattans more than 390 naVlonal izajo1JB subsldtary to those agreed to rend de agates to the ofjthe000 all Gr dereg36 now appoInted exceeds 90 000 The Farmers Educational and Co Operative Union and the American cloty of Equity are holding the Ten non ss the guts and under the ausptcte of the- Conven110Ds Bureau of the City of SI Low Governor of the State IMayor or the City JJuS1ne53Dtens Laygue- Dtorehant ExclllnC- Mmouii Dlanufaotwt rs AtOCla tonIolOUon PollUlatun Club and rho Rallroud Executives Association The cir at Izatiorls named will oath appoln5 a comm ttoe of ten and the Farmers WuoWlonal and Co011e ra1 live Union Land the AmtIcan 5clot ol Equity will ealch rmpolnt n commlt too of ten The gentlemen ro named to compare the reeoltlon and ER men Commttteo during the week brto The short time that floc given promote thid conventiOn has caused delay In gultJinga definite a1JlSwer I from Ihe railroads us to rthe rate Ita by given IIowover a rtwothird3 r- will be given and it to hoped to set- a cote of ono vent ller mile nr one oLhaIl cents per mlo The HptCClltoS will be deUvered In the OoHlseuUl ut St Lours the ICiest conxentiat hail tn the Untted Stat e9 The addnSfoS on the program nO moue to eighty Ix headed by President TaCt Proaldmlt Barr tt Governor lIadltY President Drayton andI B F YOlklml of the ExtCUUe Com I- mlate of the Rock Island Fr a 61n1m1 and other dignitaries rhe teston will open at 9 A- Dfay DI 2 and last until 1230 IwlU open ab 2 p II rand last until 630 P II will upon at 8 P DL and tiara when the program fa completed This plan y will be carried out fcry the six In s It le ImposalUio at thls rlmeito On who days tII tat ntliUt Itourd tateI of the srcrtkt re wBl appear on platform The daily program will be subject to change Eli akers owing to nlJlOnCfl ur other cautes rhQ rangK or discutlon is Widoopo 1 a- ombraciug aU rtoples that drnd to dKnloe oxctpt panty grolitlls or 6tO- Ctanan religulf- hrr local ctnrrnrittce In charge is arranging for suitable accommodation icrr guests In Omer to be euro ncourmmattuoss It td bIt to wrYe Into Thomna L cannon SiJCrctaryIlan nger of the Conveluttons Bureau and brLQ TOOUl3 1clul for you tit ho toI narning about the Price that y wish to Ila 7ita hoteis have 1rasri Cbevontlon Thu t1rdlng houses of the IJ- My and private rpldance5 hattab- opontd for UIII acollmmodatJ tttws The Elrtentainmerat Commute Js not yet ready In anuouuce the corm of oetertnhnnvrd It is langr Iluo to defagetea and farmer IsLlorsjl fr- Iltnd loh Uckctt to Delmur Forest Park It qhtant 8 Suburban Gar ib den und Wollt End IIlflgMII It Lg nito Irndorstoal ebat t3 very Lw- duce4 rata will bo nrraagld for r1Ibl tltcmnbol oxoutdtons on the atppl River dUllIlI1ing afternoon end m- cUlllug A eommltitoo of OXf1I1InCrS now reof- dentll of the arty have tpTOI6C to tiff arrange for n mammoth Lanbecue It least one dtl during the convention AIraIlgJI1lcnL bJ to progrerx for Cl hanggat on ODe ot ii days Kiur- lPresddent ng fdiVJ vkdt to the oil y to Vl 1tora can be WbUll1 l that eelfacUlty poSlflblu wm be used wnter thin them niodavtly aetl ltosldtably Never before In JIB hktory oft n 1ii oouftry half tbm then blOUgMI tJ- WgQt11q w many dntercstD one ognvofdop Nevci tbefom has the fe1 net andIJP01tUnUy Ito come had BeBras manydJstl iUfshelk1 va era lever tretora in i J u i1o 1 J cOOnb7h tlieyoath had they to attend a unhvec merlcan thorBhf eetforth men of u al nPETfanllona It at this that follaatng the Convention fJVfrY dellatal dlslrtblidon- ivThe amountoi pondenco ez- glu the number od letters received doftailedod udhlllua1y The Ontdre clet1cal- 10ree and the lenog31Wc force tho olrloo is busy rgeUang awl Utcra lure From limo Ito time clrouri- ntormaUton of will be d 1Il through 0the phx so that nU may know What going on PenPrcyrat your o1C and your nei orn to visit SG Louis durinG this can tenKion It wfU be wrouh dram to you Iron a prudcal standpoint than dhavee11culofbroaden your vIsion and condtderntion of the wolth ct the farmer as an American unit JOHN GRADY Manager Framers Convention 63 0CommeTciat IIuihlrrg St Uouls ConDlo AU the good qualities of EIY Cream Balm solid are found in Liqu Cream Balm which is intended for in atonrlzelJ Thu it is a wonder comedy for Nasal Catarrh is prosy emi b an eerlncNaiong mass of teX1 mon It dos rot dry out nor r allaysIfnfammatton old ire ro s have yiaded in a few wCCks AU druggLsts 76c Including Srt1 56INIGH COMPLIMENTS PAID JUDGE DREAR Jurist is Said to Be Strongest Candidate For Governor anFrom the Lexington Leader the following tribute to Judge E C ORcoar of the Court of Appeals who is mentioned for the RepubUcan nom trlatlon for Govcruor next year by I13j W J Seitz of 1Voat M organ county l1 taken Judge ORear Is thousands of voles strorger among Democtaht than an1 man the RRpubllcans can nom Hate said Mr Svlz If ho w run he will tarry tile Tenth distn by 6000 and the State by 26000 lieWe set type as a prlnten la Wot LtUesty in his early years before he took up the study otf law sari du lafur ear he marned cho daughter of workedIever 1uCoivmI for any office Our Democratic friends are beginning to realize that they are a hard prnpo4tlan in Ed ORear continued Major Satz and they are brgtnnfeg to hedge on Ben Johrrenn and CilI for Senator Mc Croary I dont think It makes u dlUerenee which of these two maker the rata ORean ce the choice of tile lKrrpe of Kentucky rtcrday the man near t the hart of the anas and tt ho says the word nothng prolron his raominatirrn and oec lrnn LungsdthUICKSnot better then any other money back thconRVANSVILLII IND PromiseI l3 edof mt bmJlllg JrocCh of promise ac does TIQs question Js sugou led a dfie1e1J1 of the French tautly A tulr 019 bnaugUt an action of prnmiae of marriage tagah widower ol 7ll who haul u family of g1n1I11 children TIIQ court dls her case on the following gnaucds WJIILCUI owing tt her age plat n of had eurfbclellJt eXlperlonce of the elajucddlrtg day Daub lutlly Is IiU1 Cree WUlldlllw orptnlully in the pre- sot case when itufuturo UrWegmom was n man arlreudy of atnnccd age with n family which ntLglitann as matte of tact iLdbrtncr pia u of Lear to Uredit of the snatch Said a wellknowtb lawyers on lien r iutrlctI tJh lCOurtBMlI 11Ik PA BANK r r INIIANDBAtim FlemingfrSharp Carried full of oney Y Seen on Streets Many Times But Nobody Suspected tItsContents The retell dmth of 3Ir r FJeming- Sha q which occurred ot1i home ghnear Pleasant Ridge Ohio county a taw days ago fine dtaclosed 2Imarvcl ous story with reference Dq xhe man ne in which that old tgenrtlnan Ihan ied his money and it 18 told t the exception of his wile and children no one over knew much about hIs buslners trlnsact10mr- Ir Sharpe was about 70 yeasts ol age at the trifle of Ms dttudhnd uits one or the lbesi known and OOtprus porous farmers in Ohio cmtty Eta lag out In Ufo with noUtingbutpov arty atoning tlLm In the face but IwHh a daermlned effort in make Qhis Ufe mesat 76000 chnractfurer r he WM rarely ever clan to Ovfons hero tlihout a little hand sartchcl wit ch ttthelth n one OYer suspected the contents of the satchel but since his death it has 0001I oiled that tJrare WaG 28OOQ ln cash tied up in an old bandanna randker- ohli which Mr Stradgber carried around wlh Mm while walking o- nth sblOOts of OwronsWro 1 r Sharpes family knew that lle had ti money wdth him when he Dame OWOIlllooro but nut a UV1 1igS out wide tho family had any such kna ledge thra a portable bank was the city ShaMy before Dar Sharpe dliJd ho was pmvatiod upon to fins ly make a deposit of trartaf The mono Hari thEm oJ now in the Oweooboro banks rbelonging to hlsestate a 16000 ibankadministrator of Mr Shnrpes and upon qualifying the early ut the week he wont to the old bur stead to take an inventory of kilt tysonar tlroJeTt and wa3 much prised when oho family handed to him 12000 to cash whlch Sharpe had h4id on hands for satroralba y araOwenObaru InquirerP ttlHowsThis otter One Hundred Dollars R wJjrd for any case of CwJarl1b that cannot be cured by Halls Qtarrb Cure F J CHENEY CO folade Ohio We the undersigned have knot F J Cheney for the last 15 y and beLIeve him perfectly honri in all buslnom transactions and tlancially able to orrry out any obit sa thus made by his firm WALDING uJb11NNAti MAUVIN Who1csalo- DntggiEIs Toledo Ohio halls Catarrh CUre Is rt1ken InII formally acting directly upon the bloo grad raucous surfaces of Wn 6ystJom beCylieI bdtle Sold by allDrugglsts of Take Balls FamIly PIlls for con sUpatlon to loanknownE1u It Is possible that nIIJ exnminotfon- e cl probability of llrematutt burialcolight of contain facts may be cf C- Jconsnlation to the IeMSS prejudiced of t1- thoro who dretud its occurunce- e 938 London lancet In all the thou sands of port morwm grcamhratla which hero enlJertonued through olds tho civilized World Iurlu lreleetfl roars has Were been Q sL ie hLa5atrAO the tUIJopmed wrpa uwel cxamina- t1On cy showing sigrd orJ1fO such MI- Ould iHfalifbly nppatr at the IILss cton of a living suNjevt7 Wo wnwre occurredrst for would pdfal out moreover that 4be baulvu upon which pos montuDl cxa tl- In1ion8 me trertmtmed ore ill no nmse selected but ltbclude the a of hah soxeo and of wit ages w hive died front all soots of natural anti 81IrJtcncadavorls lIiI I In our minds this conslderatlan J 1oncepremature buriAl trr of any ft equtitvi 0- curICJe and limits dt3curelan ojlh unusual caSDSI do whfcOr either lbediu so t rtraace condltllJl1 having oxSut helots the sutbpnsed time of death or of from the delay of ctgor mortis Drato e tampmay 11r6lsteonoo of she budytar ge fonrPertv ultt of life theN are la abledO1bts art the fact or tkathIJut these are Just the cases is c- ytvhl c xye a nto Iwt Lahaye b- soe8lt e ur 14whicli urtu w1 Bllbtri ally delRyeunQll the erlt iE invoiaatmyeitib3e ttL6n of + tMtC- II t E nce more cocluslvohRn that atopfnllI ietat ngtoDU V l1aoOrreup nd d +ccflbes the olaborato Y1 mn of dpi ondilca uatrtdur1tgptvYldce tihelt evC1V body Rbetore burial lntortttmediOO men and by orb of htmt agalH immediately before the singoInrdnnoocolitmerlted during these repeated ozaminatlvns and to make aasunatlo0 doubly EiUIreln Vdemra Jthcserpen1oDS who lra St cnn httiiatbe uncaffined bodies of heir dead frgende lceptun dCl observation SnElpOOInI mortuary halls for ag long ae eight days beat faro burial but of the mncy thou sands of bodies which tbave Obttsn laid out In thda ntannet not one lies ever rlen iron hJs or her Probationary bier y Forced to Leave Home- S Every year a large number of cop suffertirs wbose lungs rue sore end racl ed with coughss aro urged to 60- anatdrer to climate Butt tibia Is costly and not always sure Theres a het ter awy Lot Dr KIngs New Dtstxrv try cure you at home It cured me of lunG troublewrltes W n Nel SOrt of Calamine Arkrwhen all else failed and I gnawed 47 pounds in weight Its surely the King of all cough Mid lung tufts Thousands owe their Rues and health to Jt Its pooitve- ly guaranteed tar Coughs Colds La Gripe Asthma Croupall Throat and Lung troubles 60e and 100 TrW ibotDlo free It all druggists It Remains to be Seen laireducingto the too of too UtiIe noInw carne ma made intrnased 200000000 over 11 sortie six months lastt eLI That mnoh money was sent abroad tor Cobuon by our own sat by our own tnanufaaturme The I balance of trade In our favor fitwlnF11 sucoobmar os ea to sera whether it will be alike ben to home indusbcieaIIutrtd- olo er News C OLD STORAGE HOLDS THE EGG S PricenDuringtlYear er Chicago AprIl 20Sovonty4wo mUI eggs have been takes off the mar kot In order to keep pncos lilt their he proera high level anfLl Cl11l abtompG- ing Is made to corner the entire crp 1910 0o that big pncea may ba sustained for at least twelve months come Tht arc stltomeria outdo by era tl cal egg merchant Lt was Furth that packers were back of tho ovement and that one of their chief objects was to curtail the immedla of eggs In order to In etlce the demand far meats during by hot weather coo fibs of It i8 amid the entvo Central Wett- is being coined for fresh eggs hOO- I bject of going Into the country tor lrpllen being Ita keep receipts at ono ftYmamkct JJnm dawn to moderate vol umn and check any dowulrd tendon of Prioos to the consumer AtryoHa at all conversant with Wg of egg busncss WIll admit that the Ies by ant hlgl1 prices are not jurrJfled by 13- Ule astral law or supply and demon legitimate purrposes said the monchan The trade hero Mlicvca at the meat packote are makIng nntJt effort to force eggs to such n hag It n of oxpeocdnhnto m bike file piaHof moot dutdug thct1i aud summer wile Chlldpan ery peon FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA or HeForStorehouse and lot located In a edriving village m the Southern part I Ohio couday building 20x64 let t qu with side shed SOx64teeti BUhablfor neral Sclera The grqugde nberge enough to affil oCcnpadt tm18 east Apply t9 arriettkStrilth cal fEstateABeltB S- z 6 tit Mr I dgr The new Pattern and Fabrlu and the latelt ruhlonln Whlth thi ate made arc the handomen ever exhlblled ldem pndlDlI u Cloth value Second High ebu Perfect III Fourth They are rdeatlfleolly ahrvoa 0 ttthe lIarmret caDnot- allelch or Ihrank the ereret of ahIPeJClajDln garments e- I IiI A customer buying this brand or rohchandne will never be Jivoreed Cram It I on laIC by A t Butler County Thomas Hon Nat T Howard of bIwgah- e authorlized the review to announce his candidacy for the Republican DOlL inwtlon for Coogceta from the Third ngressional district This is the first formal declara tlon about the taco against Corrgross- s man R Y Thomas Mr Howard is popular and wellknowlJ all over the dLslriot and Lf nomInated proml an aggressive campaign clear up until election day in Hoa Was County Attorney in But erto county for tight yearn sari Oarnmon wealths Attorney of the Eighth ju dUclal dlrtrlct for a platform speaker Mr Howard ta fearless and able and a QuId glue Mr Thomas as a lively fight all rthe wa through The Third District Demoorotlc Com mltrtie will moot at 1 clock wday In- I the Mansard Hel to six the dart0 for norm1atlng a candldaty for Con party Tho Third District Republican Com- mIttee Probably will bo rolled legal in thIs city before the end of tite mOnth by Cbalrmnn J firank Taylor and the tiara and manner or nomJnat- ing n candidate for Con grttts will the Il fixed Third District RevIew To cure LaOrfppc and Colds In 24 hours take S Cold ndLa rippe TABLETS 1 It your tap them seed ZSe to c MtdIc1AC Co and get them postpaid Guaranteed Some New Factors in Farm Lif The number of autnmtablles own fanmers hi growing rapidly Oil 19000 autos in lows 6000 are owned by farmers Kansas tanner s spent 3200000 for automobiles dur- Ing 1909 and 2750000 In 1908 1011 Nebraska town of forty autos were old llU1 year fnrIIors hear the town std reUr formers In the town Careful cstima the number of own farmers in the entire UnitodSla 78000 Sixteen autumoblo makers are adver nutcsto the latrmcr its the 960 farm papers ofltho country aui mOll them are arguing That thin autobllo will keep the boy on the faun make UfolJ1oiO livable for the whore drurr round nt data lrna the pity of ttta courDtry lecture without using hiss horses calgo to church on Sunday more he can visit dfdunE relli pkly One Dakota farmer who la extreatdy fond of Muting but 11ve3 18 the 8e rand t ot ec back a dean or two X f I I- oJ 1 w j y- k t r At j Siir g and rv i- Fr and- Childrens Clothingk David 1d is has p Th4ectaDllahmenttakeaD thunfotmatlonThe UOtJl1lTiurd Eacluuvely COMPANY InoornorvtactHartford NAT HOWARD GANDIDA Republican 2ire NOembr e1xearsAs opposS QUICK Medlclrie dlltlstdoenot Mendenhall EnlUelad 800popu1at automobiles CryI utnantake Inequentlyha 1takSui1d8raI11lit 1eJwStylei ftl Sur Boys Moanlaetord Pfaelier Gapuy just arrived CARSON Kcntuck7 slunng across the radiator and bubbling over with tales of his trIp thanE4000 in this country This moans that over half of our population la Practically 1n the country About 5000000 of these al1OOuDig people Way are just ts keen for plea UTe as young people anywhere e 3e That 1s one big reason for the automobile on the farm Ten or tiftoon fortsons A great mttay of them are today buying autos tor the wholo fan lay An entirely new meaningg t trop been gluon to the village social Uf la consequence Tmve1 Magazlne Cheap Clubbing Rates A ywe have madean atTangement will the publishers of the Island Farmer of Louisville whereby We are enabled furnish The Hartfon1Rcpubl1 and that paper one year for 160 The inland Farmer Is a weekly Jtiur Hal and ono of the bit farm papers published In the UnIted Blotto Our readers should take advantage of 1this offer U I I I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I I I I I FREEsMy Price List and Cats logue of Greenhouse and Bedding Plants I trite for a copy before placing your order else where FREE to ALL iteRackebrandtt Greenhouse PRINCETON KY I I I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I 1 IRBAi18Ees Gasoline Engines Pumps Water grinds feed shape- Car118cG Worksa every day at tl small cost oopelate All mixad for aU purposes Sond for cata0getie 802 1k Address FAIIBANKSGIIjJ J III 1 C yK ft ni FY r pt I e i I- tt J p A- iCROP LABOR PROSPECTS A11 Indicate Hopeful Aspect For Situation Easier Toney Rates and Moder ate Concession to Labor Ease Tension New York April 20The spring seasons tendency on the stock exchange should soon turn toward in ol1mproveIment ed With scarre1y a ripple in the money market and this In spite or un usual stmin In London Domestic exchanges are already turning lufav- or of New York and froin now on the curroncy nuwement will be In favor of this center the ultimate result bethg rosier money totes until crop demands begin to assent themselves The only offset to oay money la the probablllty of connWerable gold exports London is undergalng a period of unusual monetary ten eIon owing to oompllMJans arising from the Iirltlsh budget and an extraordinary speculation bn Rubber shares Danger signals lane already been hoisted in London and the breaks are being steaiLlry opplted The Bank of England reserve In muoh in need of replenishing Parish is un wflTh g to part with gold and the bank is securing its supply from other sources If the bank Tate Is advanced it would create no surprise the reserve having dropped below 40 Vet cent compared with 4722 per cent Cl year ago and 6128 per cent two years ago the consequence be- Ing that much of the demand falls uPon New York Fortunately we are well able to meet the call The United States Is a large producer of gold and we can readily pare 25 000000 or 30000OOOwhfth It Is eXPected London will require If the efflux does not run to oxcess It will benefIcial Inasmuch as It will strengthen London and place gold Wharo it will do Its work more eleCt- lve1y Next to the Improvement m local monetary conditions the outlook for the crops is the most encouraging factor Ntbro Is no doubt that the coming season will witness a phenomenally bulge acreage of cotton and grain- becausopresent hIgh prices muut in- ev1tnbly stimula o the farmer to raise the largest passtle output fin by increMlng Ibis aorieage and second by bettor cuhlvatleb the latter including a larger ppl1catton ot- fentHzer than the ordinary seasons It is too early to foam any opinion us to the final outcome since that depends chIefly uPon the weather But With an increased product the wOrld over itls quitie evident that tit high price movement for many products has about reached ItS climax This tact will eventually have au import ant bearing upon our interna clonal trade It Is probable that considerable quantities of grain and Povls ions are stoJ being held bark which lat ton will fled rig outlet Moreover we will soon be within three months of the harvest a period which can be readily bridges by an eaten sloe of our credit abroad should that prove neleesaIT- Thero Is aim eonsidn Improve ment In the labor outlook Nearly all of the leading railroads have made moderate CO nCS31onsto labor which will not only remove OIUEes fm dIe e content but is ani tndlcation that the managers of the corpornUon who areno ant xteptlonal position fOr reaching safe conclusions ore oonfl dent of another season of good otroflc Railroad earnings continue to show handaume gains Ln gross and the Im- provemenlt in net Is censlderable- uottiwlthisnding large lncrpases to expenses Shouid nob results not prove satisfactory it Is quieo within rUasom to expect that railroads will TeOOUpithem lwa for advatJCes In wage by a moderate increase In tholrratisHonoefClth tile aogLllItDoo regard Ing the high cost of living ought to o1Jal fOOnlewhaot Wager are rislntg and the 1iroapepta of largo crops triU tend to k wer the pr9Oe of toodStuff meats excepted Ueeaueo supply m- nn be qu1eso vOJ1ptly xpandro Here tno however in due seaEont we- tnayantdcipate a dowmval4rhaotton- Lltitl0 by littlo thea4Jufltment is he lag made to the higher level and us- tbfs proeeer hernias more complete the OuPortunltl tar e8umpllnnaf trade mu rim cotton- goods Indimertdy Iy tin IaepaTtud tit difficulty of distributicg gogde at nt high prices tart productio- nfabeing t tably cultaued nd aUonlnaeEhotvlt somlgntiof weak Wesel which sDutiuldfaclitate readjust Fj MAAf 1 ii r 11 1c r There is noprqbi lam of Increasedcost ofo if you eat more S- Quaker Oats Ail ideal food ddlicjous appetizing strengthening Compared withother foods Quaker Oats costsi almoSt nothing dnd yet it builds the best Regular tOe pact agea and hermetically scaled ttns for bot cUmatel 6Z meat Good prospects roe prevalent In they iron trade the large Loisucs of now seeuritlee meaning that the railroads well ore long become heavy purchasers ot constructive materials Already heavy orders have been placed for looomativee cars and mils and these orders will be suppleanen ed by others us soon as financial conditions show further Improvement Easier rates for money which are approaching EJlould improve the mar ket for bonds and relieve the pro nounced congeston which now exists in this d Wartmetit For stocks the demand bus lately Improved and Indication point to increasing activity as spring progresses Securl- UEa are still undeT control of sVrong hands and many of our leading issues are selling at 15 to 20 points or more under the high prices of 1909 There Js tO dawn to doubt that a fair rrecovery must ensue now that the various U1fa01wble features havo either disappeared or been amply PiSCOunted The supreme count decIsions an element of doubt for ware months past Wnt Probably be definitely deferred until the autumn and in any event would have little enact upon the market because un favorable poSlb111t1es have already been well dLscounltecl Some unclUlns5 exiss rdgarding the tariff but thIs is premature PrESident Taft with his usual tact has successfully avokied intern ional dif ficulties mith the new tariff which with Its maximum clause ns a club to other nations threatened serious complications Mr Taft With great patience and conshJeral ion has avoid emi this rock of dlgsentLon and dine much towards preserving international comity and domestic tranquility Friendly relations have been restored with Canada and if all reports aTe true the nrgatlalous are lIkely to end In still closer and more profit able commercial Inter1oourse with our northern neighbor There Is no reason why commerce tn that part of the world should be obliged to traVel caa and west when equal and addi- tlonal profits can bo found In allow lag it to develop ncath and bath Mr Taft hM not had the support in reforms ham his own party to which ho was ertftltd Some of the old time leaders antagonIzed him hence the dLlappotntment whIch should disappear as the president regaInS load ershlp The crop prospects should soon in vt a increased activity on the stock markEt and influence valuea with an upward trend Reactions however must be expected apeoiaay ihUe the speculaUvy situation In London remains so uncertain A break there would to Some extent certetnly be refloooo hero No longer any Excuse There is no longer any excuse for insurgency Tile party Ql1nds upon Us platform united onoQ morre In iwlneiples and firm In tJhe faUlh that Republican policies will insure prosperity to the country in the future R3 they have always done In the past There Js no more Canrroniun for aooordlngto the insurgents can nonisan Is dead The sturdy loyal old Republican leader from the Danville dlsf11ct of Illinois who has fought the battles of his pnty for more than a third of a century and nero turned hs back to a toe or his face rom atrlendis deposed from the power whch his predecesaxre in the Speakers JihAd exercised for many ycrs and there is no longer any season or excus for refusing to suppoiat the cause of a uni5ed party Hence forihto the coming campaign all rue RvpublloaIJ9 cane stand an he ixune- 1kvthum and suvptrrt sound Progsles 1veRttbltcanien = Kansla City UI1i11Ll A Itsthe Worlds Best No one bas ever made a B1vCoin- tnentarbal to compare with Buck lens A caS81ve Its the lone rf- eet II11 rol Cuts CornBBurnsB s oS IiOreBSC Boils UloersEcze lna SaitRhelim ForBore Eyes 01d pores Chap d HandB orSpralos Us 250at ttldtiillgtllta I C ML 1 tY y VICTORY WON BY MINERS Operators Grant Increase a of Rates Pick Workers Given S Cents on a TonAll Others Given 606 Per Cent Increase I Louisville Ky AlprU 17NegotJat- lOits between the Western Ken ucky cool mine operators and the United Mine Workers of District No 23 Pending for three weeks came to a close rut 8 oclock last night when the operators issued their ultimatum to ihehers in session at the City hall and on agreement was reached whereby the wages of tplck miners are increased five cents perr ton from 826 to 875 cents and the wages af- aU other mine workers inside turd outside the mines are increased 606 per cent The contract slgnned by the of- ficIals of the Western Kentucky Coal Operators Association and the distrIct officers of the United Mine Workers of America goes Into effect at once and remains effective until March 31 1912 jibe new stage scale as fhnily- adoped at frost was rtlfUEiCd by the delegates from DIstrict No 23 when they were In session mar the Alder- manic chamber at the City Hall yesterday afternoon It was not until 8 oclock last nIght when the officers of the Operators Association notified them through the members of their sub Soalee Committee that the 606 per cent wage increase prop osition was final that they authorizEd the district officers to sign the con tract The members of the joint subsealo committee who went to Plttsburg to confer wish T L Mttcheell president of ihO United Mine Workers of Am erIca returned to LoulSiHe nt 10 oclock yesterday morning The memb ers of thIs committee were Hywel Davies F P Wright M M D1rdwel- lE W Taylor and C D M Greer rep resenting the oeprators and Goolg- eIllker Robert 1I Roll and W 0 Smith representing the miners 11hey wenni to the Louisville Hotel said reported to D Stewart tiller oommlsdaner and secrrfary of the WeStern Kentucky Coal Operators As sochrtlon that after the Plttsburg conference it was decIded to utter a GOG wage Increase for the maw male Mr Miller drew up the ontmo which aria signed last night At 130 oclock In the afternoon the JoInt sub eeale Committee met at The Seelbach The articles of agreement wee dEcuscd and one over care fully by the representatlve operuinrs and miners Robert M Roil Chairman of the Miners subSale Committee took the contract to the miners who were to epnvenlion at the City Hall The proposition was turned down A bIgger wage increase was matted Mr Roll returnedt to The Seelbach anti rEported to the operators sub Scale CommIttee the refusal of the- propob0lon An effort was made to secuio a wage scale even more favorable to the miners but the district officers of the male IwvrJC- 1wro unsuccessful In this attempt Mr Roll was Instrucled to report to the minem that a more favorable of fer could not and would not bo mud This wits done Alt 830 oclock Mr Roll returned to The Seelbach authorized to sign the agreement on behalf of the mine- rsChildren Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Reforming the Postoffice In the last ten years the onpendi- tures of the Postnffioo Department have much more than doubled In 1899 they were 101000600 In 1J09 221000000 Fort odd millions or over 20 per cent wen for railway mail pay At the samo time she railroad will haul a given amount of ex press matters from New York to San FrancIsco far oneJ1a1f or one third the mttS they charge the government for transporting the mni3s Why must the government be forev en mulotedt DurIng the debate on tho pontof- fiee apv r1Mloi1 bill in the House number of absurdities in the rulings and practices of trio department were pointed out by Rep santative Mur dOck of Kansas and oither Waste extravagance mismanagemrent and contusion characterize everY branch of the service The absence of businesslike methods to amazing and the coat enormous It the admlntstaUcm is really looking for apportundtiss fbr retrench menu wliy t1 ovcr auilbe Postof iibeIkpartQnent n to bottom Lt specds more alone than any other edopartmenl and its oxp endbture- saresrowing lit thev o of from 15 000000 to 20000OOO oa year Sound p oclplrs of ooooomY will involve a he tor nOt a dearer postal service But one of the first retlullOmenta Is andmkiness establishment New York World i Kills a MurdororA- merellesa murderer is Appendicitis KIngsNThey gently stimulate stomach Uv- er and bowels preventing that clog glag that Invites npendlcIUs curing Constipation Headache Bllllausnes3 Chins 25c at aU druggists m- Ali New York Called to Rescue Horse Now York April 16Prlnce a big bay wheel horse in the delivery serv tee of n downtown department store got more lIe lJOlltatl moorlety to day titan the winner of the Carter Handicap In the headlines Prince teU hind feet first Into a manhole fifteen feet deep and nearly seven feet around and It took the police depar ment the fire dt1X11tmcnnt linesmen for the telephone company the telephone company the telegraph tom panics and the ticker company the board of mangers of the Society tar the Proventlon of Cruelty to Animals the paving dopartmecit two engines ten laborers a bottle chloroform two compressed air pumps and a derrck eight hours to get Mm oUJ There is nothIng the matter what I ever with prince tonight except a slight feeling of lassitude Induced by I fatigue at having so many tlECvle make such n fuss over him Princo has a waistline that fItted tile sevenfoot manhole as a brides finger fits the ring Therefore for tunately for a laborer beneath PrInce settled slowly Meanwhilethe labor I er crawled two blocks on his belly I through hIs conduit just big enough to admit hIs shoulders and arrived at tllo surface through another man hole almost suffocated Now It happened that tile wIres of the fIre and police departments the t comIpamyed directly beneath Prlnccs kicking heels There was serious danror thac ho mIght put a largo portion of the cIty completely out of business The peril brought representatives of the companies affected al1I At the end of halt nn flour hausted by his struggles Princes I forelegs pointed gludu1I upward and i ho sank slowly to tine bottom of the I manhole where he stood upright apparently comfortable and In IYlrfect I pence of mind At noon his custo may dinner hour nn agent of the SocIety for the Prevention of Cruel ty to Animals lowered him down a bag of oats and lie munched content edly Dy this time the engineers hind Ib- cldcd on a working plan Of action A derrick was brought a gang of la- bJrers began to break away the earth that encompassed Prince and It Was only a matter of time whoa he could stand on four f Ologn like a caItlonsmanhole began W affect bs hrelthI Ing and Tecourre was haIr to the comprraed air pumps The chloroform was necessary to quiet him whit tho derrick tackle was slipped under his forequarters lie cut him elf a little in his struggles when h ron10 I out from under the anaes he lcabIVoI greund once znorebllt a perfectly sound hor o tonight RENDER April 12S1mon Jones and mo T D1aln went to Louisvilie last Wed nesday Mr and Mrs Wm Langford Went to Dundee last Wodnn day Mfsa NeUO Harris was in Beaver Damn last Thursday Mrs Della Parsons was In Simmons last Thursday J H Brown of Louisville was hero fast Thursday Jake WesterUO oA Simmons was bore Saturday Rev G H Lawrence preached two able fJetmons here Saturday night and SundaysGeorge Edwards went to Ironton Sun Cecil Ezell went to Eelmals Sun day Dire Junlps L Tate of Rocklort was hens Sunday the guest of rely Lives Mr anti Mrs G B Roll Were in Deaver Dam today James OaTgalof JasonvUle lad was here today Ms Lucy James IS on the Sick lint Child n Cry FOR FLETCHERS OASTORIA The Kind You Iiavo Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne tho signaturo or fuel has been made under his per sonal supervision slnco its infancy y Allow no one todecelvo you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justnsgoml are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChlldrcnExlCrlcnce against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorln Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opiwn Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Norms and allays Feverishness It cures Dlarrhaa and Vllld Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates time Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PauaccnTho lIothcrs Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS sears the Signature of A The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years7- Nc CINTAYa COMPANY 7 MORMAYTNILT Mew YOMa CITY tIIJeRIDER AGENT ride and IY IACNTOWM and dltrieteahibita la bicycle fumlhed us everywhere are rialefferotonteIgo We ship to anyone anywhere In the U S withouta tit depesrr In advance tlJa and TEN OAY S FSFIa TltlrtL during which time you may rIrelhe bicycle and put It to any test you wish It you are then not perfectly or do not with to seep the bicycle ship It back to us at our expense ou will 1 de uJoee cent FACTORY PRICESWe furnish the hgbest grade bicycles it ti possible to makt small profit above actual factory COlt You save lie- to 1st mlddltmen profits by buying direct of us and have the mQulaCIUftr guarantee behind your LO NOT UUY a bicycle or a pair of fires from anyotu at II pain receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of actory shier and rrnusrhaNr shrill 1fr to rldr 1II8 aneYOU111 we can make you this year rVe sell the highest grade bicycles for less mane than any other factory We are satitfied with aoo profit above factory cost nievCLE IEAIEIiit you an sell our bicycles under your own name plate II double our prices Orders filled the day received SECOND IINU JJICCLYS We do not secularly handle second hand bicycles but usually have a number on land taken In trade hI OUT retail stores These we clear out at ringing from ea to 814 or tHO lists mailed free andCOASTERBRAKESs s o HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOFS s 0- I SELFHEALING TIRES ToA INTRODUCE SAMPLE PAIR ONLY IJThettqutar retail price olllolS Urn is tellyMorapaairlurVbOfashwi ordnIM NO MORETROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NULSToek or Olaaa will not lot the- Ir out Sixty thousand raid last year Over two huodrrd thousand pairs now use DESCRIPTION Made mail sizes It Is lively andeasyndingveryduLle idlhedlnsl ih antes rItotleethethlokrnhltertreadgtheeirtoescapeliedeustomeratatln and U oleo rIm elrtp IL nnaerylirethepuncturereslstingqualitieslxinggivenem sodtreadadertislojl urpose weareUlaklngapecla1facloryprlceto the rider of only 480 per pair All orders shipped same slag teller Is received We ship C 0 Ti on approval You do not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented We will allow o ensh slloaunt of per cent thereby making the price 8111 per pair U you send FULL OASII 1VITl ullnJ is enclose this advertisement You ruts uo Fish sending us I1n order as the tires may be returned at nUll expense If for any reason lhryara not satisfactory on examination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us as as Q bank If you order a pair or these tires you find that they ride easier run raster wear better Inet longer look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen I1t any price We- Lnow that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle OU will gyre us your order We want Ou to read us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offer ofIFthe special Introductory price quoted etwve or write for our hug Tire and Sundry Catalogue which describes and quotes all makes and kinds 01 tires at about half the usual write us R postal today un SOT TIUSH UP nUYINO a DO NOT UAITbut pair of tires from 80One until OU know the new and wonderful offers we are making It only costs a postal to learn everything Write It NOW J La MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO Ill y OURSaveFULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for 25 The regular price is zoo 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 5 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready slow buy one for future use i e l PRINCIPAL pNOr BUSINESS COLT GEu- moaeaaxaa Second and Walnut Streete LOUISVILLE KY i h 11rfnRx c e 7 fay I c r I r 7r Ir c t 3 14 ix a I o Is at is Hartford Republican =JteUnd according to law at the Post ttlCIIt Hartford flee as man matter of the u dart r CM BARNETT EDITOR T7r rzpzotTES Cunb1a c40actucb 3132FRIDAY APRIL 22 Is it not about time the Rt cans of tho Fourth Congressional District were casting shoat for some one to mike the race for Congress this fall That sentiment among Republicans in this locality seems unanimous for Judge ORcar tor the nomination for governor next year and no man can poll as many votes to Ohio county as can tho Judge who has BO endeared himself to the common people by his erery word and act duifos his career Mr Hearst has announced that lie j is willing to come back fato the Dem ocratic rutty provided that panty twill adopt his principles Wo see ED AoaI icon why the Democrats ehoulO not Sept Mr Hearsts proposition In much as they arty BonnewtaC at caII concerrlng a well defined eot of prin ciples at present The Earllnston Bee last week issued 16aaUto a credit to the Bee and to 1eIt sixbt deal iaterceta of western Ken lucky especially to mines in Hopkins county It cootaincd many items of interest and the enterprise shown by editor Moore will no doubt be appreJ elated by his peopleEHon JL C Rankin Commissioner ot Agriculture has announced his candidacy for State AudJUxr Mr Rankin has made a splendid Com mlasioner of Agriculture and is ixjpu tar with all classes of our ipeopte as 5 eclally jwpular with the farmers width whom he has cone in contact during iris term of office and he will no doubt make a strong showing In the convention and if nominnaied will be a strong candidate before the people Those who have keipt Informed on the testimony 03 given by the dally pr during the trial of Col Ccopor ron for the killing of exSenator Stack at Nashville Tenn last y were not very much surprised at ivudon extended by governor Pattmson to the elder Cooper When 39 sentence of twenty years in the llCnI ItCEdury was affirmed by the Supr Count of Tennessee this week I indeed would have been a travesty upon jus tea it teems to us as G cmor PaitoiEon says to ihave this old man to the penheHttary forfilgh jfcweniy years when the trstlm yeshowed that ho was not in any cont Sracy Ito murder and did trot murderc Anyone Young Cooper who actual Ir did tho killing was given a now trial 1 by the Supremo CourtITho Woman Suffrage National Con Tention which assembled in Washing tone test week gave the nnjJou wide illustration of their unfitness for suf frage by hissing the IjijaJdeat of United Staves during his opeech welcome The class of women who gdII 0aroirrnl delegating and urging their clalms to suffrage are not the womenn who shape the dostiniea of rtatl and make the world move Given unld MereoJ thea hocountrytheir potency for good in shaping the destimla of mankind by removal from a BphtTe which ls now all thl1rown and which gives to them a rest Ki and naverenoe which would be lost as srait extort If they embark politics The president truly lda in his epoch to the ctxnvonitloiT atair VVcuSilnbtout tlrat If given uolveiail suffrage the low t classes of IwomenIII would do ate voting white the re jspoctablo ones woud still iolco care of the tuttle ones and tbo homo As long as this government remains RejmbUcan 5n form panties are ntces nary and in our opinion a party pineo In power should ibe held strictly ac countable for all the details In cumry inj tm the government To make thla possible overy appolnteo who is em jxwered with any executive authority the whatever should be from the Hat ie jwJltteal parity You cannot hold tho Republican party reapoirslbte for the conduct of the government willh huff of the apolntees Democrats nor could iron hold the Dmeoomitlc party re aTe ponBUto under like conditions with 3iaU limo appointees Repub Clan a oniBtflke upon the part of ten fn of the Republican patjty to think ford lie can buy over the Democratic party by appointing a Taw of their ramineni men ito office They do May het even get the man whbm they op Mn stat Here is oxGovernor Jco CB dnj n whom Presidon Jloosevelt Joted goyvannor bf too CatntI Zorte and A eateuy of 14000 per year back were Jieotucky Iftting lib voice against r 4 rit 1 the Republican parrWhat ta been gaSoed by the appointment BteckbunsL to that posirtfon far Ken Olldlu1 thor position cquaHy as well and would have been tin enmumgean totho boys in the trenches In coming fights for the party to have had that recogoation On the con inaod by that appointment to such an beat thi31twe believe tt has host more thaa ore thousand votes didgprbring to us a single Dcmooraitc vote to make up for this lose Tho ap pointmcnl of Dlcklnsonv a Teanneea 0 Democrat Secretary of War has not brought Ito the Republican party a single Democratic vote la all the south and it has cost us eoversly discouragement and Increased dency on the pmt of Republtctms disregard party fealKy on the that a Republican President of United Sues pus no more tight to do so than the individual voter School Notes The OhIo County Board of Edu ballon met In the office of Ithe super tol1owlIng i tafMDodion and Richard Plummer It was ordered that G W Rowe be transferred from Stony Point edu C0and tlonal division No 6 SubdistNct No to Ccnteittown Graded school was ordered that C B Sullonser and the J W Ford property at the north end of Rough river ibldge be transferred from educational dfvlst No 1 svb district No8 to the Ha lord Graded school The next meeting of the Board will be held May 19tto 19 A committee to inv fgatepGoehen and Control Grove echo houses Visited those places April 12 aid decided not ito change the Jo cation of tho Goshen scliocC louse at present The committee decided to injveatdgate further as to Central Gaon The Common School examdnati- rfo pupils completing fife common school course will be held in May 13th and 14th Friday and urdayThe first examination for teachers MQa aIld18rthat beihi y 1- Lonths work I would like to urge the parents of pupiCa who have completed thea makeItarhit6U id the examination in May Pupils coon aecclvlng1tn Rchoob in the counity and there many advantages to be gainedAhigh school training In tdant futurerfieachers 4n the country schouOa will be required to have In school tralnlnig or its equlva so I think parents ehould bear in mind the opportunities of the present and take advantage of them HENRY LEACH SUIt CLEAR RUN IfA1Jrll 19Mm Pattle Hoover a wen woman died of cancer at 12 Sunday night at her tome this place She WPJS a member of etasoohrtsliau She Is survived nby hxialjtuSl and seven children and a st of l1louU and relatives to moun her loss After funeral services conducted by Rev R E Fuqua her 11remains were laid to riot fn the Clear Run cemetery thIner front Wednesday until Friday w Luther Hoover and amllyHant la end took dinner with Mr John Park family Sunday Sunday School la progressing t this jrtace Meiosis Vechicl Wcsterleld and core Helm filled their regular ap meet at Mr J E Parks Sunday tve nlng On account of tIle death of Mt6 Pall Hoover Rev Fuqua failed to fill his appointment nt Admburg Sunday Mr and hire John ClrrWtkm at Miss Rosa Knott Hayncsville were guest of Qlr J E Park and family M Friday mightwMessrs Lee Hteks Tom Helm and Vechel tiVoiberfeidwere the guests o l Shelby Park Sunday evening Che Owing to BO much rAin the farmeits not doing much Harden Hoover Pat Hoagland boo k todayd wife Hart took dtnnor with Mr Henbert M Park Bund2wymo1IltPerry Kirk and daughter Mra Hamlet Butordwere the guests of tho MUlle Kirk Sunday td1egMrs C C Frmer8imy They riccompawlied homo by Mrs Wades slater Mfoa Tuki Hoover Mrs 1 Yr iFs h Va r I PALO 0A 18Health Is goad Soho communityyMr W L wpibs hlldrea par coughl men n this ipigh asbenn Baasvile j I Mr John Willis and ajniy Mr Whoobery and wife were the guedte o Sundayus wmmerot fee t Mr and Mrs Willie Mtildmr of Sulphur Springs spent tnejjay last Sunday with his mother MraATrnio Maiden w iMra Roso DoWeeso otBtitcoun tnugalrtena toairs Eugene Berry nud1di Join thihe IM1e of Sumiydale warn the gxicats of di Rosle Russell Saturday and Sumlao sills Ida Floner was the guest of her unclot Mr Lewis last SundaySair James Smith our midst llJ nia Mr W 1 White nnd eonv Claud Mr James Berry went loSuDJIY dale Monday on business Mr Orpo Berry and LesSer Vhf went to Dundee last Saturday ion bu iness The Lfedes Circle met at Sunny otrthcccounrtera that didnt come iaTVIIlsO50 rayer meeting doughtyChDam shopping last Saturday Mr J L Miller Sunmydaile lost fine mare recently 8unnydaon6tat Mr Jerry King of Edmonsonooixn AirSatDr Duff Dundee wad in our midst last Saturday AISbeFAIRVIEW thl1Its pace is progressing nicely Rov T J Aotoa was ppresent and delivered brCief talk on tbe lesson Sunday Cicero Moxeley Shreve visit= ed friends in this community the last of the week Mr and Mrs J D Myers visited their ton John Myers and family at Cane Run lost Saturday land Sunday Milsj sIeK Acton visited Miss nnie Myers Sunday Mr and Mrs Hoary Nabom and little daughters Florence and Stella and son i George Olaton and ILUle Dips Ruby Acton visited Mr had Dire C A White Sunday Mi nnd Mra Warren Daniel Vax ohachio Texas are visiting relatives in this community Dips Btt le F Acton Schroader ia vlsWne her mother Mrs C C Whiter Mr and Mrs John Myers and lIt tie son Troy and Mr and Mrs Ira Wilson Cane Run attended Sunday School hero Sunday Mlssw Mary and Martha WJilght visited Mrs T J Acton Sunday nf ternoon t COOL SPRINGS Anril 20 Health Is very good In is community Misses Lora and Lwerest w6kaMrs Fannie wereliWednesday daughterntbits Una Daidls Sunday evening Mr Eddie GIdcomb Illnols who has been visiting his maher roturned to his homo Monday MelteddMr Columbus Evans Tennessee aid 9pringeret the brides homo Mr George Wallace and family weto guests of Mr Sam Hedigeis Sun4 aayyyMr Archie Miller vlstted bit NcBxiSr Saturday and SundayYMa Clarence Dennis and famUy Jjnd Mrs Agnia Tate were the guests of r Birch Wilson Beaver Dam Wad Mr S A Davontport Rocnosteripse guest of Mr Joe Fulton TweHday vnightMiss Winnie Wlfcon and Invrthg r 5DOOOO1lMJB Mary J Shaver and 1IiIad Willie Steven and little dartiEe a k oJ Frtutcte were the igrndbttC Mr T cDcifijis Sunday sAiEKeApril 19Rev G H Lawrence of Bcttver Datn Lilted hte iregutar aPpolntment at Cane Run Sunday Mr sad Mra Worm DanioXi Wasaha chief Texas are vteliing reJatires in this community IflIh Ed Janrisob tMnbeniowo was the guest of his prat eut431r bad Mra J H Jamison Sunday Mr and Mrs J D Myers vl his ron Mr sad Mrs J N 3i Saturday nlghk- Mr T L Faughts new dwelUng house la about completed Mrs Rhoda Daniel vfcUed helativ near Oton last week and rL home Sunday ard will leave for nw horns Wednesday Apifil 20th Soujh Dakota Mr and Mrs R H Bacibbtm and 3I end MrSL S L Basham Rev T J Ac tot btu Phcbe Chrtetiaii Mr and Mrs J L Myera Mr and Mra J N Myers acd little seal Try Mr and ssire L E Wllaro dined fet Mr md Mrs J G WilsonTs Sunday The funeral of Mra Befte Badhnm be Breached at Cano Run Uie 3rd in May 1NARROWSJack Walker and James Carter went to Rockport Indiana Wednesday to attend a grunt functina of the Odd FeKowa of tttat city daughetritersa m Miss Isabol Tlhomaa else An Fords vlllo Wedneadajt Prof Oscar ShuKz who is an In structor in the Scientific dopartoueaiR of the Owensboro Higlh School yiato his parents here Saturday Mr and Mrs Sam P BenaveUt vial reIatlvea rut Can vU1e the tlM of th week Mr Els Klrtey was tn Owonaboro jrondiy Mr Calvin Loyal who Is employed with the Central Coal Iron Company j Echo33rpent Sunday with his fam I ily hers Mlsj Belo Ronfrow an employe of TlchesDors store at 3IcHenry was up toms SundayIMr Lawrence Lawlace went to Ow i ensboro Wednesday afro Sarah Phillips an aged and ex cellent Christian lady died of paralysis tat the home of her son Mn F F Phillips Friday and was butted the follow ing day at the Potty graveyard Mr N P Boswell our district road commissioner has built a uiirmber of small bridges in this community recently The work was wsll executed and done for about one third the cost under the old conltract system SYMPATHY helps hurts but it wont cure an aching tooth wonnt wake a marred erne look like Its old wIt Takes a ehlllful experienced denttet to do that Get all the sympathy you can hut for real tells and good diantal work make an appointment with us for tho practical way of get ting your teeth in fine 6hai e Best own ocdi bnidgo Work in this town any town Teeth extracted with palln AQ1 work guaranteed Tele phoae 218 DRS HARDIN BELL DENTISTS Office in Republican Bldg Hartford Ky Why Not Get Those PHOTOSMade U you neglect dt on defer It much longer yomay jjgret K Bring the table send the old folks and come yourself The price of photo supplies is go lag up and we will soon have to charge there for our work Better come right away 1 I s Studio Over Republican Officer i litJ e The Stor L OfQuality Someone has called our Store The rathery strates to us that our efforts in supplying doa goodatwe we sell Well back them with the guar anteer I A DOLLARS WORTH FOR EVERY DOLLAR OR EVERY DOLLAR BACK We are prepared to show you a com plete line of general merchandise Cloth ing for Men Youths and Children Shoes to fit the old and the young Hats and staple Dry Goods inexpensive but ser viceable Dress Goods the seasons smartest fabrics The largest foreign and do mestic looms have furnished us their choicest fabrics representing all the latest patterns and weaves which will be popular during the coming season The prices are put at absolutely the lowest standardewe always maintain By call ing and passing on the merits of the goods means that you will become a permanent patron 0 Carson 6 CoInoorporetcd HARTFORD KY S e IMI E IS1 SIE In addition to our Depart we handle every piece of ma to be on the farm from a traction engine down to a garden hoe Iou cannot make a mistake in one CornDrills will give and a save labor REMEM WHATYOUb HARDWARE WEHAVEITt 0 Hardware ment chinery used buying satisfaction DiscHarrowsplete ever brought to Hartford aedSortiescountryTry withanyk Room Fixtures 4 Ohio County Sniplf Go j lfrrsQClr I d r f t HARTFORD I SKY t SA J XIl sr+ i rqtiY b SHOE PUBLICITY- Korrect1 I Shape Patent Leather Shoes GUARANTEED NOT TO BREAK I If you wish to enjoy every comfort aad satisfaction of highgrade shoes 1 ataminimumof cost and feel that you are getting every cents worth of value buy a pair of Correct Shape Oxfords They possess the extraordinary fit and style of much more expensive footwear and are exceptionally light kool and komfortable Made in all the popular colors BURT A PACKARD co Makers JlaocxTOtf MASS j READ OUR- OUARANTEE T 1 l- I f OUR GUARANTEE 1 tilefIntwltll a new plat tree sota eY IllinolaCentralRallroad Time Table At Beaver Dam Ky r Norlti Bound Month Bonnd Nollldo 515 s m No 121 dul185 a m Nol dn lMpn Ko 101 doe 248 p m o10Jdaei48pim No181doe805pm t WHEN IT COMES TO DRUGS- Or a prescription weve got the goods Weve got all the different lines of proprietary mtedlclnieaand are prepared to fill your preacrtptlona Just as the doctor wants them Weve got the pure drugs and know how And weve got all the other things thatEOoTbng with the drug business such as Patent Medicines Toilet AT I tides Stationery pefrumee Etc We believe we can come nearer satisfying Your wants than anybody In our busi peso Try us and see Our prices are always right AHartford Drug Vo Incorporatedt 5 TINE EATABLE QUESTIONIf yoii have the remedy In your own hands CHANGING GROCERS results quite often Iiia chasgeoteatableswhlcli 1IS sometimes a pretty good thing to 0 TiV v Because there IS no eatable ques rttioat3x when the right eatables are f f bought rRF i 1 dent itThis store feels con Uia could give youeveryday satisfaction Jtbasno J doubt whatever aa to Its t tfi the timef aillly to please you tlret T yw cbpieand to keep rlghi on pleaat- i i jfyou r V Wiiii9u give It the opportunity Bets Grocery N 3 f1 J Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 22 M H E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Trains pass Hartford at the follow ing times NORTH BOUND 1112703 a m Passenger Dally 114310 p m Mixed Dally except SundaySOUTH BOUND 115 900 a m Mixed Dally except l Sunday 113207 p m Passenger Dally Poor prices on rich Clothing n r Carson Cos We fit form pocketbook and fancy J Carson Co Your satisfaction is our success Carson Co Shopping here is pleasantCarson Co We neither buy nor sell question able goods Carson Co To give largest values is our von stant aim Carson Co We buy aa low as we can and self the same way Carson Co HArtford Mill Co has lots of goof Ear Corn and Oats to sell There will be prteachlng at Taylor Mines by Rev Virgil Elgin next Sun day nt 330 p m All cordially in vited Elder J P Tuck will till his reg ular appointment nt the Christiui church in Hartford next Sunday at 11 a m and 730 p m Everybody invited L P Turner of Beaver Dam IMrmoved to Hartford and will re with his son and daughter Mr and Mrs Charles Turner on Griffin avenue in the future Mr J D Duke has sold his Inter est in the Hartford Grocery Co ti Mr A D White from who It purchased Mr Duke has not decided yet what business ho will engage In I am DOW ariaL1nga complete Mn of feed staftet Bran corn Onishec CornbaJtBPouitry FooCmcloedICbrn Crushed Sheila and Mica Grtu AlsO flout and Meal Strictly cash- W B ELLIS 34tf Hartford Ky The QMo County Supply omany this week sold a ten honse poweJ gasoJlne jangioe rod mdll o tai itp G B rOOt amd C M Stevens at Or nn wellvAlsb the same putftt 46 W H Raise Btezetcflrn apd a three horsepower jenlglgs aid corn ShEirto W C Knott4 MaI t en 4i r 1 T to us We the tbdgthCftmarketprlce Hartford Grocery Co Our Town Talk Flour is a good ono Price per bbl 650 Hantford Grocery Co We are prepared to furnish yov Dry Goods CtothlngHatB and Shoes Carbon Co Window Shades any size nest Cloth and Rollers BUrnaid Co makerj MrB A C Yotoer returned Tuesday frtxm a taw days visit to relative near Rochester When you are hungry anti wan something good and appetizing to eat visit City Reajaurant S0t4 Now licit HodeProcf Socks nit Bat nerd Cos DoaU dorm thorn tor dxith moni4is guaranteed H Call Tapscott the Florist Owens boro Ky for cut flowem for all oc casions Cumberrlain phone 451 No better flour made than OUT Victor Price per sack 90c per bbl 700 Hartford Grocery Co Schlemmere bread fresh from the bakery every day at W H Moore It Sons Will deliver only with cflhe goods We will exchange a llmitod amoun of good bacon for vice well cured nnd well trimmed country hams W H MOORE SON We have a beautiful line of decora the and wedding plants A post cardI from you will bring a price list Tap scott Florist Owensboro Ky Messrs Thurman Taylor PreaMs Walit Taylor Matanzas C D Beat Olaton and N M Taylor Wyeox Were among our callers Wednesday Miss Harriott Flenor the effilclen office dciputy for eherlff T H Duck returned Tuesday afiter an extende VJsift to her patents near Comwell Noah White the grocer makes a specialty of the best goods in hi I line Sells cheap and delivers free In Hartford Give him your order for good things to eat I Dr II J Beill of tihe firm of Hardin Bell of Hartford is In Picas I ant Ridge this week engaged Hn don tal work He will lemam unrll Friday of next week Barnard Co stand rot the head of all towns the same raze in the Unfted SiaUls in the Ladles Horn Journal Conttbt Buy a copy of the May number and help tern win Leave your Laundry at Clove Hers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madlsonvill Steam Laundry Madlsonvllle Ice d Laundry Company Incorporated tt EGGS FOR SALE Pure Barret I Plymouth rock eggs 1 for setting of fifteen Mrs John W Sandofur of rural route No7 Hartford Ky Telephone through Hartford exchange tf Leave your laundry with Lyons d Duke Hartford Grocery Company I for the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond Indiana This laundry al ways gives satisfaction Prompt delivery Satisfaction guaranteed 28tl All members of Acme Lodge No 339 are urged to attend the regular meeting tattlglht York Jn the rods weep degree Also some inrportacit an nouncements regarding the jcelobratloi next Tuesday A B RILEY N G Mrs MaVJha Rowe wife of W I Rowe deceasedr dtod at hoc home nea Centertown Wednesday evening aftoi a brief ililncEs of paralyfts After funeral eervlcts conduoted rut the McWiDdlcfc church tit Cotitertow yes tcrday afternoon her remains were interred in the Cemtestowryenroteny Mr Lewis RobeiHsoa Moorman Ky and blips Ethel PJummer BUover Dam Ky wpro united In marriage at th e brides home yesterday Rev Oasctofei spoke the words that joined the haipp party Mr Robortson to on joaterprla lag young farmer of MuhCoaburg Ooui tyv the bride to the accomplished ter of Mr Robert Plummer of Betovea Dam Baptist Church Rev M E Doddl who was to havo been at the Church FitWny night roam Wednesday surd delivered a sploodl d address Wedmesdiay nlgjilt tott large and npproctatlve oangnagaition So- B thero will be no services Friday night Regular services nexR Sunday Sunday School eon 945 a m Morn of worship et li oclock Theme of dir ngdtp welcome Notice Tho A S E Stock ComrnQMe TiiSl Wake a hlpment of stock th law of Aiprll o the first of May IJx ed load Thor who have stock to 8h p will plue notify the committee linmteteutely through their local Sec rOtary L B TICHENOR rSU STEVENS J M H1iLT2t Committee Itflvi 11 I I V i f Ji IV tf m BALD KNOB 11 20Bro Harper filled his rogujtar appointment at this plat Sunday ItiLh te good in this community rMr J W Taylor and wife went to Render Monday Sir Jeasia Torr once wife and litli spnfRowajn wore tlio gucBSs of his from Saturday until Tuesday ifr Floyd Jarnlgun Render 1 vie Mine Ms uncle Mr Dudley Loach DJtftlo Misses Conile and Mae San donfur and Myrtle Loch visited Oon Torrence Sunday bin L D Taylor visited his brothI or Mr Henry Taylor Sunday Sunday SChool Is progressing IDIIocI ly at this ixncoind meets every Sunday evening at 3 oclock Mlas 11e rCa Torrenco of Hartford visited her parents Mr und Mrs J H Tcpncnco from Sajtuday untl Monday Mr Bud demons and sister Cromwell attended church htTO Sunday Fanners are settling behind with Jiheir work this rainy weather Mr Warren Shields and family 0al Grove attended aneatlhg at this visa Sunday Mr Dudley Leach vlsdted Mr John Campbell at Rwaine Sunday I 00 F Celebration ProgTijn Tuesday April 2G IDlO One hundred and second anniversary 230 p m Fnatenilty Hall Haitford KentuckyOpening Song- InvoeaUon Chaplain Opening Exercises A B Riley M G and W R Hedrick V O Thanksgiving Hymn PrayerOdd owshlpName and Objects C M Barnett Friendship Love and Truth J W BrunerowenantsErnest Woodward SOoMiss Hdit2o Riley Intemperance W E Ellis Meniberthap J T Ila din The Subordinate Lodge 0 U Ulkefcs Benediction S i Colored Troops Wanted A loser received by Who edlto from Lieut Earl Benneut etatlonc at Fort Lawton Washington Butte that ho has been given command ot Company U 25th Infantry stationei at Fort lAwton and will likely bo In command of that company for some time and that the company is shor about 24 men and ho desires to re crt that many able bodied single men from Ohlo Davless McLean and Henderson counties The mea must be strong able to read and write and be tween the ages of 18 and 35 He would like tho entire number fnon Ohio county Men desiring to ends should apply at echo recniltilng ataUoi at EvansvIlle Ind and should do so wihout delay p r i Company H Inspected Captain Gtb9oiv of Fort Thoma Kentucky of tho Unlited States arm and Major Walter Powers Madlaon vllle Kentucky of tiho Ken tucky Natilbnal Guards conducted bhe annual InspeoUon of Company II at the emmory on Center etrocK Wednes day evening There were fOlty two of our local boys in Une and ti careful h speettt of the arms und oqulppmerJ allowed same to be to flra class con dltloa and the joys rite ihlghly compl menitod on acccunt of ilihelr eoldtorl bourlngs and siilondld manner in which they are taking care of tlio equlimven 0 + ptainJM Dawoeep wad preen raid conduotod taro maneuveis of fch company Members of ithe corapair are eruhuriiantlc in their dilll work and treku great pride In foecomita efficient therein 7 A Party Mr and Mrs J H Thomas gave r1 party at their home near Beuver Dam Ky In honor of Ora Thomas birthday April 8th The weather was very IIbOOrAfter r were all departed declaring they had had a fine time Misses Dena Wood wart and Gertrude Ryan and Mr Wallaw chaipdlroned the young folks fron Beaver Dam Those present were Misses Done 1 Woodward Gertrude Ryan KUty Rhoadfl Abe Quinn Dona Quinn NeWe Plummer Hazel Hocker Argon Shultz Tissue locker Jessie Chanan Daucle Taylor Nellie Blr Delon Leach Nellie Taylor Sudfe Taylor Myrike Taylor Florence Tucker Ethe Radueft Winnye Raines Maudyo Stew art Claret Loyd Addle VanMoter HIlda Bean EMle Alford BdSBte Al Ida Moseley Ula Mihdll Eu nice Lee Prof Wallace Messrs Ern- e eat Taylor Harlan Quinn Cllftont Taylor Fred Ament Carlisle Oldham Merte Taylor Harvey D Rlummer Warder Gardner Hoyt Taylor Everltte Likens Guy Taylor Guy Barnard Clayton Roads Ndbe Taylor Lyon Taylor Charlie Williams Emmotte Layman Pla tuB Hocbei onft pleraon McDowell + 4 a 4 I CLOTHES 1 i OF QUALITY iA tailorit moderate cost and well are just such clothes as you want for your money We are prepared to supply that want Our stock of Men Youths and Boys Clothing represents the pick of this seasons new weave Fabrics and Shades Come in and see We show assortment pricesA and make the theiand complete line I Mens Spring Neckwear ofIUnderwear Dress Shirts Hats Headquarters for Walk OverBen Hur and Star Brand Shoes and I OxfordsI I I I RosenblattsTHE I IHartford Kentu- ckyCLUETT I WEEK 3PLAITED NEGLIGE COAT SHIRT CLUCTT PEABODY CO Mauls Every Newspaper and Magazine of note in the United States is telling to its readers the merits of Cluett Shirts this week The best stores in the country sell these goods Ours is no exception to the rule We find that they are the best shirts for the price Perfect workmanship and splendid pate terns made by people who know how to make shirts- CluettPeabody Collars ArrowBrand are also sold by useThe new Ara Notch Concord is splendid Askus for shirts and collars T It t I e t 4 1 4 1 f t ftl tC i11GNTMENMUST PAY B1G FINES Gr County Citizens Decided Guilty in U S Court John S Steers a Member of The Legislature is Sentenced to Pay a Fine of 51000 1 CoiDgtonKy April 16Elgbt of hoalleged night riders of Grant ou- nm Ky on trlal do the U S Dfetniot- c nirt here were fount guilty by jury today and three Were ocquiterb Fines rarrging from 100 to 1000 woo uBessed against the guilty par Uesby Judge Cochran who released he men on thosr own recognizance pending an aNrea1 to higher courts The top fIne of 1000 was inCHcOOd upon John S Etoors a member of the Logismture Perry Simpson A C Webb and Ino Carter were tined 500 each Frank K Conrad H 1 Conrad MId R Lee Conrad wive tined 300 each John Caldwell was fined 100 The men acquitted wore Marion DennotIt John Callender and Isaac It conrad 1 The jury was out about three hours The case of tile eleven men Who were charged with conspiracy In re- uaahvt of interstate eommeroethe sequel to Government invostigatloas of alleged night rlidoffiwent ito the jury in Judge Coehryns count atrly- Satunk1y afternoon The charge by the judge was such that a convlctlo- oat 1ost of some or them on trial errs generally predicted In the coUnt room All three counts in this Indlctmont must tstand or fall together declared the judge It those men or any of thoro are guilty of one count yDt1 must find them guilty ou all three counts The judge said It was qn wen or John S Steer tluut lie had mlot with others in a ittore rut Dry RIdge the utgh before W T Oabornes four hogshoads of rtobaoco were taken from the depot that ho had been marshal of the crowd that Tanched to the depot and took away the tobacco Of the other defendants Judge Coch tu stated tit was proven os follows That Perry Sl1ll11SOU sent word to Osborne by his sonInlaw tint toone Would be trouble it Oslmrnes tobacco were shipped That Gus Webb was one of three men olio called upon Osborne at his farm house and warned him that his tobacco would be dUSllron1d It he- did not give up the hill or hiding That Jerry Carter was another of the trio to call on Osborne and warn Trim securing the bill of lading That Hugh Leo Conrad wars the third man or Clio trio That Fred K Conrad suppUed the horse and buggy In which Osbornes sonInlaw wary sent QUI with n 1unlngIThat R Leo ConraIl John W Cal lender John Caldwell und Jsuac New ton Conrad wore in tlio crowd atI the dllotIConversational Money dont talk halt so much ez them who aint got anyBoston Herald Things That Make Up Life Opportunities are the fuel or lifeIability Is the match which kindles it keepstheWorth Thinking AboutIIt Is a dark day In young man when ho passes up a goodI housekeeper In order to marry an expert sbopperDallas News We Get There Wcro the greatest nation of dare dells on the face or the earthDaltl more SunJHelp Many a mans bIggest boost has been In the nature of a calling down Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat sifts skirts jackets cloaks or wraps alSo clean your kid gloves and muffs All work guaranteed PrIces reasonable Hartford Pressing Club I Wont Grind Enemys AxecWe believe the attempt that is be fng made lib reform or remodel the RepublJoan party along Dnicocratlc eby the Democm1B and a few- FAdeTrade Republican aided tend abettcb by uplift magazines and- 13erttepapors which aTe largely aetuat- M by SDllsh moUvea will be a tall UNo 1pMlalsefor the patty or its majority Qs Coagtit We propoe to stood by the mn Jorlty ot the petty in all aton Sttf forts And measure Weoollev4d1at at no lbimo ronoe the Republican party came lMo oz- lstenco wax its princtpea and standard benrera more ontVLed to our earnest upport than now This IS a logical cooolusllOn whe- Its trliumphs of a half oonnJry are recaHed I Its principles have boon sustain ed steadily by the people who have de dared unfalteringly for and by itair they will do it again We are nOt conrineed that the In surgent mInority In Cougixsu ore rlght and tdlo Republican majority a wrongAnd we do not expect to see part control and legislation paas tnto th hands of a 15 per tend minority located In hall a dozen Stnt We shall join no uplift crusade of the city newupapers to unnga- Ohios t Republican o111alo111ty in S grcS3bccause they refuse to sustai- their minorIty opponents but shall on tile contrary continue do ou humble way to uphlod them for the Induputable good Tooord Ithey have made for their loyalty to President Tart and their lancet efforftis to enact Relmbllean party pledges into law In behalf of the best interests of nIB the poopiCcblIdon 0 Re publican QUICKSMCOUOIINE Quickest and best for coughs GUARANTEED Sold by druggists Made by IJ C Mendenhall Medicine Col EVlDSVIlle JaiL Treasurer Farley Issues State ment Frankfort Ky April 18Stnte Treasurer Farley today made a aate andIpayment of Interest bearing warrants by the treasurer AU warrants out standing or hereafter issued said he which treasurer Is unable to pay on presentation for lack of funds shall be made Interest bearing and a record kept of such warrantsL nV provIdes that whenever there are funds In the treaSury amounting to as much as 50000 subject to outstanding warrants the treasurer shall eall for such warrants by ssrlal numbers lIS In nggregptc do not exceed funds In the treasury The treasurer shall call In these interest bearIng waraantfi for payment such a call to be published for ten days In some newspaper published In this State It is inilotdant for the sheriffs and others to know that no warrant not Included in the call can be seeped by this department In lXmenit of moneys duo the State In other words only wrarante that are called In for payment may be sent In as cash in Settlement of any revenue duo the State Great Help to Farmers One of the bills I1II1Oed by the Governor Is tile Hog Cholera Serum bilL me bill iro ides for on up- propriatfon or 2000 for the erection of a plant In which to manufacture the lung cholera serum That hog cholc era can to euredor rather tlovente has been demonstrated by Governmen experts Already Eoceml tirms are advertising and marketing hog dialer serums Some of these am fakes ure and slmllle No pdvato enterprJstr en afford to perform the costly export mental worlc necesary to dedoj a successful serum This 1s a WorkI propory undertaken and carried Oil by the Government At the oovoral ox plorlment stations where the experlc melts have been golllg on fcr a Clum her or years the Igoveratrnent ox perts have proved beyond doubt that this hazardous odl03OO among hags can ellsninateih In order to lllnce the results In reach or the farmer and oUJCk raiser the several States should now como forward tntd axd t in the nlunufacuro and Introduction or the serum Only a few Stabs hove taken the matter yet and Kentucky s- to ire commended for her early start The loss to farmers by hog cholera s almost Incalculable Jt it Can be entirely stamped out or the States and kept out several mJUlolllS of dollars can be added to the wealth of the farmers in a short dime WIth snoat at record high prices and the dan geli from cholera eUmlootoo hog mining would be the most prontllible lee Of work for fife farmers Hog raisers should soon be abo to obtain this serum from the Secretary of Agriculture at Frankrot and then they keepthemunlmportatfhjsbill AlsxmblyJust IAForrllW Yet Hays AIwajs Bight Bears the 31gnatureof e J t GANT ILL IWICK OAK President State Union A dress Farmers at Owens boro h r- j dHon J Campbell Cantrill l of Georgetown ICy eongressrnaw fr the Seventh Congresalona44dbstrl thUe Static Y ot Equity w1l1 addt ese the fatmte coustleseCourt cuss at 1 oclock p sn April 30 f Mr Cantrlll Is an orator of wo known ability and thoroughly acquainted with the comdttiona that eX titiinat tutssedrno man who depends on forr his Uvtng cn afford to miss the opportunity to hoar him Let every farmer make arrange monts to spend that llCtenOo In- OwOnOOO1O being assured of th fact that he will go home better able to cope with the situations he must moot In the markeieg of his products than he was before Signed F K MOSELEY p Card of Thanks The day Is not far distant whet cards of thanks mill be n thing o the past When death enters a home nolghbors never tall to ldo all i their power to plneo a silver Uning book of tits dark cloud rend they do not expect or desire any thanlosthrougl the public prem Ono SUb riberllOW ever not to be outdone WIlt In tbe followIng Mr Editor I desire to thank the friends and nc1gtWors most heartily in this manner ton their CO operation during the 11lnosa audde1th of my late husband who aatJalifJon- mo by the hand of death on last Friday while eGing breakfast To my- frlennda and all who contributed 60- wlIJ1ngly towArd making the teat mo meats or tile funeral n auoceshi I desire to aksnember mmnt kindly hops Ing those Pace will find them enjoy tog the same blesSing I drove also a good mUch cow and a roan goldlng horse ofght years old which I will sell cheap Got moves inn II myster- taus way Ills wonders tb perform He plaus His footsteps on the sea and ttdel3 upon the st01moALO n black and white shoal cl11i11 WhItney County Republican The Bugaboo of 44C onesnism One or the nulsancea of politics 15 the practice of certain luadera starting intlammllltcry cries to mtslend Ithe- unthlnkoJiDIg We have always had theta in our politics and probably a- wnys shall have because theme ds a class of people always ready for some catchword to follow into error A considerable end much the fed si st part of our people think n glib phrase a catehword Is muCh better than as argumentIn fact they are incapable of argument or or ICxlllaJ111J1ng what ds meant hy the catchword The y only know that it sounds wu1 and may mean samcthing so they repeat It with the monotony of a wooden cuckoo on u SwIss cock Strictly of the nature of these utehword bugaboos which have been so frequent In our politics is the clamor against Oannonlsm No one knows no one- an explain what he means JW can nonism No two members of the HOllso of Reprosentaflvts who have been talking the loud it and stirring up all this uproar against the Spetak- er will agree as to wltat ire means by O1nnonlsm A careful canvass of those men has shown that some were against Cannon beams they disliked the PllncAldrlch tariff bl1J but ninny more wore shouting Jt simply for effect They had come lei Congress wIth extravagant pram lees to their constituents of things that they would do which Things were clearly ImprocUct1bJ1e and 3m possible and their only way out of the dilemma was ltoshTrok against CannonsIft Of course all the Dem- oerats were against Cannon on qrlD elide IllS they are ngallnst anything Republican They were only too glad to ofd aril abet ot home and in Wash Ittgton nh that was being vocihiraked against Onnonsm and whlohwould help discredit and disintegrate the Rolntbltcnn party The Democrats fare- the only logical and mn00t8 opponents of Oannanism because it IU then play to oppose the Replublican party and Its polictes and to prevent the dominant tarty In the Route from transncttng the busncs w9alch Jt1S its duty to do If by the molt against Cannon the Democrats would been able to throw ftto House rio confusion bnosk up the olefins- program of legislation nndlJ1ave f1- sethdon end In absolute truiUaaaneM grout would have been ttholrgl94 wDd great would liavo boon iheadhaadA t toti Democratic party jhe exclt- ng troenee InrllieHoUa n Represeat- atiyyt s wedc1earh the 1oiinee of then canlltJlJbJgooo t tai t thotjras sadpl and denekhe fu and emaifiyktwdthe ncsponnbdkty foe tho 11rom- ptranfactkn t pi busjntse lotted the Speaker arid tranoferaed to tite enlarged bomtnittcq on RulOiNIitlO- UfaolT11lbW e intthe Garden of Eden Now comes a leading scientist to stmugetattire was not jnvpnted by a magi erritsold that when Adam to the Garden of Eden attempted to swallow a bite 1of tho ntJpleIt stuck in hIS throat He had quite a tit of coUghing but th apple could oat be dlslodguJ From this bite of sepia Dame Adams ap plea that bonO found only in the throat of mats Eve did not like the idea ot a bone tIcking outgo promtnen1Ly to Admns- B throat She was nlrnld of the remarks of others So she Invented the cravat for Adam and steer that time man has worD tile necktie to hide its Adams apple all through the thoughtfulness of Eve Another story Is to the effect that the cravat was originated with the lotus craves of Rome soznetwhbre about 1the beginning of the Christian era It was merely a broad woven stripe dow ofninsignia ot office but from this came the cravat The Word cravat same from the French about 1636 Why Not Read The- CourierJournal HeNRY WATERSON Editor WE CAN FURNISH YOU THE HARTfORD REPUBliCAN AND TIlE Weekl- yCourierJournal 50YearWe can also give liberal combina tion rate with Daily or Sunday Cour terJournal Write CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for free sample copy of edition you desire but be sure to send your subscripi tion order to this the CourierJournal The LollisYIlle Times FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BiGGER THAN EVER Fite retIal price of THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is 5 a year If you will send your order to us you can get The HARTfORD REPUBliCAN AND TH- ELOUISVILLE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 450 The LoulsvllleTlmeslsthe Best 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D4 a nt Prayer meeting every Wed nesday evellng Rev J W Brunor pastor Christian ChurchServices every fourth SundaySchoolFord C P ChurchScrviceafirst SundaY In each month at 1t o m and 7 p m Sunday School 945 Rev T C Wilson PAstor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A M meets first and third Monday night In each month W E Ellis W M C SecretaryKeystone No 110 n A M meets every third Saturday night In each month It Holbrook High priest SecretaryHartford 94 o E meets second and fourth Monday even Ing MrsT It Damard W M Miss Willie Smith Secretary ofPythlasS A Anderson C C J G Keown K of RSH- artford Tent No 99 O T M meets every first and third ThurSday PForemanSunshine Hive No 42 L O T M nightInLadyRecordCarpenters and Joiners local No 1881 meets Set Saturday night In each month SecTreasAcme Lodge No 339 r O O F meets second and fourth Friday night In GrandDOhio Tribe No 188 Imp Order Red Wednesday ofRecordsPreston Morton Post No f GA n beforethltogersAdJtA S ofE National Officers GreenIyTreasIndJanapoState Officers J C Cantrll f HartordCalhounKyOo DamKyCD Ford Teas Hartford Ky EDUCATIONHenry NoLLB Tlgnenor Hartford n F D 2 J A BeUamYWhlt08vl1le Ky KyfKy6 lUchard Plumer TaYlor MlnesICy 8 T L Drown Iockport ICy BULBSw SPECIAL OFFER AlJfSornnlrCeHUeilr lrhtiora= == hl esD rTerriJWrM MatkaWh T8IMtdpwawt a6 fe- aww wowrtarwwof 1nllIooof cu 1 ftie t tw UIIIIIMIeitE1 uc- n R 1 i9o r 7 t jl1 Y c 7 I J Ai I Q 1 1bVBARNETT SMITH tJ ATTtRNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD Y iL 51 nrcOflee and Court of Appeals Special toot J1t1oD given to ail businesseatrttateq to theft care Collections and the Praoe tlce of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican building II nFRANK L fFLIX Attorneyat Law 1 lIARTFORb KY Will practice his proterNion lm Ohlel and adjoining counties and I the Court itof Appeals Criminal practise ant Co- Iectlans a Specialty Office In the Swoe old building YANCYLMOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAwC HARTFORD KYttpractice his profession In all the dCourts of Ohto and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also No tart Public Office over First NaUonsl Dank JOUN D WILsON CRAB 3LCa0wB p tr WILSON CROWS LAWYERS rHARTFORD KY Will practice their profon In aU the teams of Ohio and adjoining ooun ties Mil In the Court of Appeals Special attentloO gives to ritnInaJ practice and to collections OUfoo ou Main St opposlte Court House Lad TRiDL MApa8prom U7 obtted In PATENTTHATaDdf1elpJOIIouo Bead model pIIoto or Retch for rR EE report 11on patentabWlT to yeaol pracUc8UR GuideBookStreetWASHINGTON i l J J KILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew IPalcaFORC3S Fro ANDALL THROAT AND LUNHROUI- LEOUmNTEED SATISFACTO- OR HONEY UFUNDZ- Dt PAOCURD AND DEFENDED Sen4model reportJoreeCOUNTRIESVu 07and 01 llu palt ExclusivelyWriteau lath Sino opp 4altd lata rstmt Otk WASHINGTON D C b 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE r TRAacqARRgDcSI r Anionsaandingaskatebanddeaertpilanmayen IDIuon a probably patJ4l mmanlea tnyantapr Patent+W ROCIu ratan wlttot olirta is thl po CJI y RmerkawAhrndaoroegillnatratedweetir f ell I fi formoniDali5odbralnewsdWa a 4 1 OMoeY6- 8PgOLLWsaaahlsMon a 1 S- tEEDS t Vmh 1 I- WenMNdIPHue P j n oowdteuthilPariotmerltotOur I erOrorseaadt aaLa vp I FORtO CENTSw WIll send neatrapd oar t NeAOUi COLLECTION lfhIwwbk IIdir l 4 JL I 1 huIMIeIr 0 I i wiNrlodyl6ud10 sdi to pq NItU arja r 1 r +tn ttsaorrw 00Ue0tI0 100 a Jtt I i d J r r kr-Y i z aa w t r Ia w ri xI d L c SuMEP AIN CENSUS FACTS i1 t IBS PUrposPNottoPrylnto Inybods Pirate Affairs EIIERY80DYS DUTY TO ASSIST OidcialDound py Solemn Oath Not to 2 DisolOO Information Received Ex cepttoProperDepartmentRefulll to Answer a Violation of La- wTUE census Is not never has been cannot be used to obtain In connection with ratesdeportationmeasures army or navy conscription InbQrmentor In any way to Interfere with propertyIt has nothing whatever to do with J the legal detection arrest prosecution or punishment of any person for any suspected 01 actual violation ot n law nntIonnltionIt Is to find out how much bIgger yearsjmanymorefor their bread how many for whom there Is no work bow many own their own homes and other similar facts That IS all It Is not to pry Into your private aEalrs It Is not to Increase wboI ASSISTANT DIBECTOB WILLOUOnnrL any person back to his native coup try It Is not tomake any person joIn the army or navy Itis not to and If any are breakIng the laws ot a city or state or the United States It Is not to trouble or to hatm or to prosecute anybody for anything he has done or Is doing The census count Is mode by men called enumerators which means counters The enumerator asks the questions The questions are not from his own mind Tbey are from the bureau ot the Units States census whIch prints a list for the enumerator He simply sets down the answers op posltethe questions He will not ask questions not on the list All persons must answer the same questions The counter or enumerator will call at your home Friday April 15 near or maybe a day or three days or a week later He will call as soon as he can You will know him by a cen sus badge United States Census 1010 ho will wear on hIs coat and a yellow khaki bag ho carries In this 1are his printed questions Ho may an Interpreter with him The enumerator may be n woman You must not refuse to admIt him to your home You must not refuse to answer You must not answer falsely Listen to him Answer him wUUng ly and truthfully Encourage your 1 relatives friends and neIghbors to tell him Help hIm In every WRY you can It Is your duty It IS everybodyS duty it Is the lawotth9 United States He 1s not a spy a policeman or n tax assessor Bois not an agent ot the city county or state He Is working for the bureau ot the United States census He tells no one but the census bureau what is told him and the United States laly will not let tho census bureau tell any other per sons or otuclals or other government departments or any foreign nmblissa doe consul or nation Pls census law with reference to population requires that the enumera tors questions shall for each inhabit ant call forThe dame relationshIp to head otlfamily color conjUgal con place ft birth place of birth of parents number of years In Units I ed States citizenship oecapiitlony whether or not employer or employee and If employee whether or not ems e Jllo1cdat e data of enumeration April 15 1010and the number of- y months unemployed during the pro- ceding calender iyear 1909 whether or not engaged in agriculture school nttestdanceliteracy and tenure ot l1 ritl sad wbetb or not nsurvlyor bftke Union or C1 edera rm1or and the name and address o- ft4hI deaf anAdanib peIlOn F lr j t r y referebeetoagriculture tors questIons shall for each Inhabit aUti for birthofago of farm acreage ot woodland and- character of timber thereon value of farm and Improvements value ot farm Implements number and value ot live stoCkon forms and ranges number and value of domestic animals not on farms and ranges and the acreage ot crops to be planted dur lag the year ot enumeration and the acreage ot crops and the quantity and value ot crops and other farm prod ucts for the yearend Dec 31 next preceding the enumeration- All questions relating to population and the Inventory ot farm equipment apply to conditions existing only on April 15 the census day The census bureaus instruction too enumerators with reference to the nu- meratlonof the populatign present some Important and interesting dlsUoc- tlons Persons living on April 15 1010 but who died after It and before enumera tors call are to be counted but per sons born after AprlllG are not to b Included In the count Persons who were single on April 15 are to be reported as single even though they have married subsequently and before the canvasser has called This is true aim widowedorThe census law provides that all per sons shall be enumerated at their usu al place of abode on April 15 This means the place where they may be sold to live or belong or the place whIch la their home Asa rule the usual place of abode Is not the place where a person works or where ho eats but where ho regularly sleeps The enumerators are cautioned how ever that where n man happens to sleep at the time ot the enumeration may not be the place where ho reularly sleeps As to Absentees It any ono In on enumeration district 1s temporarily away from homo on n visit or on business or traveling for pleasure or attending school or college or sick In n hospital such absent per son Is to bo enumerated and Included with other members ot the family But a son or daughter regularly living In another locality should not be count ed with the family at home Servants laborers or other employ sleepInshould be enumerated with the family The census bureau states that there will be on the other hand a certain number of persons present and perhaps lodging and sleeping In districts at the time of the enumeration who do not have their usual place of abode there These are not to be enumerated It must be assumed that they will be enumerated elsewhere They should not therefore unless It Is practically certain that they will not be enumerat ed anywhere else enumerate or In elude with the members of a family they are enumerating any ot the fol lowIng classes Persons visiting n family transient boarders or lodgers who have some other usual or permanent place of abode students or children living or boarding with a family In order to attend some school college or other educational Institution In the locality but not regarding the place as their home persons who take their meals with n family but lodge or sleep else where servants apprentices or other persons employed by a family and working In the house or on the premo- Ises but not sleeping there or any person who was formerly In n family but has since become a permanent In mate ot an asylum almshouse home for the aged reformatory prison or any other Institution In which the In mates mayy remain for long periods of time Thu words dwelling house and tamlly are for census purposes given a much wider application than they have In ordinary speech A dwelling Is defined as a place In which at the time of the census one or more persons regularly dlecp It need not bo a house In the common meaning ot the word Census Family Alfamily as a census term may mean a group of IndivIduals who occu py jointly n dwelling place or part of- a dwelling place or an Individual liv lug alone In any place of abode All the occupants and employees ot a hotel It they regularly sleep there makeup n single family because they occu py one dwelling place and persons llv- ing alone are regarded ns families The enumerators are requIred to enter on the schedule tho name ot every person whose usual place ot abode on April 15 1010 was with the family or In the dwelling place for which tho enumeration Is being made The head of the family Is to be entered first then the wife next the children whether sons or daughters In the order of their ages and lastly all other persons living with the family whether relatives boarders ledgers or servo ants It any adult refuses or willfully neg beets to answer the questions on the enumerators list or Itho or she wlll fully gives answers that are false he- drsho wlii be arrested carried to court tad fined up to 100 Keepers of ho telsapartment houses hoarding or lodging bousQstcgements or other buildings in which people make their homes must help the enutneratgr when requested or they Will be arrest td carried to court and jlned tip toE- 5OOIt Is everybodys duty tQ help make the next census which Is the thirt- eenthtaken since the year 1700 an- tccurattostatementot the population iondltfo niJi Unlted Stated as tHey actually exit April 1G191o Ilia ant- oalytbelrdaty ithItlle lags I 1 I u It slEalgusi fJ TO BUILD TOWN Site Opposite Evansville I Indiana in Kentucky Thought to Be no lore Than i Terminal For New Bridge- Evamsvilla Ind April 18Wlth the purchase yeEterday by outside cmpl- talists lOt 10 acres of the lrlghost ground on the Kentucky palntdlreo Jy across the Ohio tram the cltythere was disclosed a move ko build a tower opposite Emu VIJlc J A Drown representing eastern capitalists bought the land or T J Mann and took opaors on 90 acres more Effort was also made w buy a tract from James Rankle or HendeTan Brown stated that he would start nt Once to raise 10 acres above flood mark by bullddng a dike around It and pumping in rand front too river until the surface was 48 led above ZerO mark om the gaugol From nIl other source tt was louned that a rep reaentaUve of the steel trust woo had delt1W buid Gary Is interested do the dual and that Crawford an oil magnuto of Terre Haute Ys another backer in the scheme Brawn Is the representative primarily of an tndopendent tobacco manufacturing company He plans to build a factory anti houses fltr workl ragmen on the 10 acres lie bought 1eatcrday Behind the whole deal it Is sated Is a move to secure terminal facilities for a bridge acmes the OMo to strike tho Indiana shore near the water works PUmpIng station The land acres tho river overflows at near the for5ytwofoot mark Por tions of It become submerged even below this stage Drown declarxa that he can raise all of this rand opposite Evansville to a habitable grade where even the biggest foods will ubt Inundate it The point would have been built up years ago but for the fact that it overflows in flood times Cold and- LaarippeQi11C17 S Medicine Guaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrlppe- fn 24 hours Iieadacbe and Neuralgia 1n30 minutes At druggist or by mall J C Mendenhall Medlcine Co EmSYllle Iud Next Census and Beyond Within a tow days the enumerators and other oWclals of the Census Bureau will be engaged In counting the population Of thc U died Stales and In wcJrlng the other stattstlcal In formation which Is ncoeaary to show the degree and rate of progress mule by this country In population production dove opmeat and Wealth and power In general We shall soon know lhe actual numbers Qf the republics Inluttbltaats but many months will elapse before the various clasaificmttons as to 11tora- cy school voting and military ages Ifj and to otneldv- ltfv industrial employment land ow ertThe first census was taken In 1790 showltg In round numbers 3900000 people The subscqueDlt courts in cluding the last in 1900 were lIS follows 1800 6300000 1810 7200000 1820 9600000 1830 12900000 1840 17100000 1850 23200000 1860 31 400000 1870 38600000 1880 50 200000 1890 62600000 1900 76300 OOO Some mathronatlclans have boon figuring up future countlngs and fur the census of 1910soea to to made they give us 91400000 hb 1920 we arC to got 107600000 nod are nth to reach 200000000 unrtll 1970 and 300 000000 In the year 2iiOO In the year 3000 we are to have a papulation of over 1000000000 or one blliont Such tarofC sveeulatlO11l s useless for while the year 2000 A D is onlY 90 years away the year 3000 Is 990 years In the Iulure and we may be sure that this republic of Ours will have 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priced hes easy is he once gets started the- economy is too ajjfparent I SPRING SUITSNew Sptin grays browns tans blues fancy mixtures snappy new patterns verry stunning creations 1800 to3000 GijCrflf line of fine furnishings shirts hosiery underwear Best Shoes and Hats made S This store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx clothes BARNESI I l BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY HERBERT April lJMI Artthur Durdett came horne from IJowltog Green Colege to taloo the ceniirj lu this d1 riot Mr Ialo Taylor sad KHU Lonntunl have bought thu tamp of fthe late Jnime Milter nnd Mr LeorLud Taylor is now telling out his toro ipropatra tory to moving on Uio Eiaine Mr R M Mlllor and wile bpaat Sunday at Antliur lords bias Bjla JloCarily da welL Mies Muttle Barnw t Is vlUOtlng her tdstucs Mm Zelma Lanum and Miss Blrdifc Bann t In FbrdivlleL- WJtJeI Verna May Rice t3 vlslllng her erandpajcrJiH Her and lira Wit Bruner at Ekro- Mte Mary CliamlM returned htame Saturday after a weeks stay with relatives on Bluckford Mr and MiH John Rtotardon spout Jaet Sunday at Alt Whhiery Millers near Habit MS Edna Ford Duncan and daugh r tor Hilda two expected homo from Colorado In a few days Mr Sam Hawkins and family were the guest of Goorgo Dante aod wile r s nd8 1JuryObe Burd9ht md cUughtcrlIUp Ft I Myiitle and son Arthur visited roj nU ron In Pclhllle Sunnday I Mr Viigll Mllltir oird wife went td Phlliwit on a visit last week Mr and Mm Henry MUllgan and daupbter visited in Qwxjnaboro Satur dayMr John lUte will spend the next three mouths With his daughter Mrs John Brunor The roads ini this saotlotv are In ai bad condition We are getting anx ious for Jude Taylor to do Bome thing for us Wo aro In danger of teiirig our mall route if the roada and bridges are not fixed aoon Mr Charles W PhllHru was here Sunday afternoon Misses Katie May arid 0adto Bur dett of Pellvllb vlalted Mimics Vlr gle and Nina Burdott Friday night Marriage Licenses Columbus Evans Prentls to Osceola Evans Beaver Dam Millie B Southard Centcrtown to Cora E Hill CentertowD G T Daniel Cromwell to Ellen Hannoy Cromwell Samuel C Miller McHenry to Mag glo E Wakeland Hartford t f Z no AETNAVILLE April 19Sunday School Is T rogT e sing nicety at the Zion and Deanfleld Baptist chuireheu Mrs Frank Coleman who has bEen 111 at the Jionvo of her daughter Mra S L Phillips is able to be out again Mrv Go W Morgan who Is iB of dropsy Ja improving Mdssrs Frank McKttnSey ami Ben Newton went to WrUttisvJIo Smlhu bay Miss Mabel Simpson EtdomdosilL la tho guest of her alater Mrs Ben NowtontMn James Duira Pellville wabat this plaice Friday Mr Harrison WeslenKcM and daughter Row Lee Reynolds Were attbe becbldo of her brother Mr O W Morgan a few days fiat week A Mr Chas Devers went JoHayireB iVM Mccsday bn buslneaj fIMr W J Edlnlgton made a busload trip to Pellvllle Thursday V A valuable horse owned by APrJC Alvoy died thfts morning Mr E H Mcngan and eon Jawed Adair WIt to Fordurvllle Fai5dwyon buabi 18 tMrs ManSha Westorfteld and hW- Olyn Natsnyra onp the gu rttiW I- Ii the formers brother Mr G W Morgan Mien Flora Tlartph went to Owcnsbtr1 Saturday fThe Coal men at this plate are all amllca on the account of the cold weather Mesdames A L Knott and Alii eon Hayoea HaynesvJlle were the guests of Mrs Wm Lyons Wednesday J ASofET- he CenDertown Magisterial District w4U have a call meotlng for rite purpose of eleottmg ta Finance Ckmunltrtoe May 14th 1910 at 1 oclock and nay other business to te atteridtd to that mlgb come before the body H U DROWN Prelflsht Centertown Local S Building Contracting If you are going to build I new house or repair the oM one I would like to make you prices on the cost I of the labor and can furnish the ma tonal if desired Will wonk in the country also GoddTeforencea riyi WAKELAND Builder 4 Contractor J Hrttord Kyt1 r I f wt The Sunday School Convention The State Convention of Baptist Sunday Schools shed in Prince ton last week Ohio county was rep resented by W B Taylor of Bells Run J W Wado of Mt Carmel Elder Birch Shields of Green River and E W Ford and Elder J W Bru ner of Hartford Tho convention de cided to bold the next meeting wltb Hartford but later decided to put the batter id the hands of the Extocm tlvia Committee for the reason that tho body had never met in the mid dIe or eastern part of the State Elder Bruner was honored Sy being made a l1bei of the Nominating Committee and E W Ford was elect ed Recording Secretary k i Notice To whom It may ooncera I hive this day eat my eon Frank Allen Jr free So act for hflmself to trade do bu neeeifJUeand be sued as though he WBH 21 years of age I win not be responedbie iox any of his acta or Iranacatlona v If Thto April 12th 1910 F 101 A1JIJE 1 3914 Centertpwn Kjr c E 0 ii I t Wanted Everyone to know that I have opened an uptodate Plumbing ieain and Hot Water Heating Establishment T 1 Complete WaterWorksOut- fits I for country homesat small cost IF Al kinds of Pipe repairing neatlydme H Prices Reasonable and work guaranteed IF EstiinQtes cheerfully furnished John L Williams h- THEPIVMBLII fo o 1I1EJnkJ31dKf Hartford Ky J x