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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 iT f 1 rtfDr ltqublicttnf Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription I per Year VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 29 910 No 41 HUGHES TO- SUPREME BENCH New York Executive Accepts Offer From President Appointment is Received With Greatest Satisfaction in Washington WashingtonbApril 25 President Taft late today received from Gov Charles E Hushes of New York letltor accepting a tendered appoint ment as An Associate Justice of Supremo Court of tine United Five minutes after ihe letter was handed to the President the nomination of Gov Hughes was on Its way to the Senate That body had adjourned for tho day however when the papers reache the Capitol snit so the Senate will not hear officially of the designation of Gov Hughes to succeed the late Justice David J Brewer until tomorrow While It la expected Gov Hughes wlH be confirmed with little or no delay It is understood here he will Domain as the chief executive of ttra State of New York until next Octo bee and wit net take tho oath of his office until the fall term of tho Supreme Court opens the second Mon day in that month There has teen much specuIaJon that Gov Hughes would be tendered a place on the Supreme Court bench as o whether or not his appoinbmertt would take him out of the fall cam paign In tho State of Now Yorkwhe- all the Republican loaders admit h- Is e sorely needed President Taft would would not dl four this phate of the case in any way today He has been anxious t secure the boot man he could for the Supreme Court vacancy and ho feels that he has Bono co He was much elated over the eucceiB of his tend or to Gov Hughes and tonight saidI I am very much delighted to se cure Gov Hughes for the bench He Is a roan of wide experience and markI ed ability and it is a mighty c ability and it is a mighty valuable thing to have on the great bench of tho Suprome Court a man of otralrJI Coo Hughes Is fortyeight years of age I think and oven if he should retire at 70 he will have had twenty two yearn of eolld usefulness en thy benCh The appointment cif Gov Hughest was received throughout Washlntgotn with the greatest satisfaction Tho Rouncement however came as something of a surprise desplo the tact that it had been generally understood for days that tho position was ito be tendered to him President Taft had boon warned In advance that Gov Hughes might not be able to adept bocause his services as Governor of the State of NoW York had practically depleted hia small private fortune and ho felt the necessity of again entering the practice of law In odor to earn a competence for himself and his family This did not deter the Piasldonit however and lJohad optimistically awaited a reply n The illnstovitetu a ireigajTdlnig h appointment are eaid to have been conducted through Senator Root of New ork It was not until Friday last that Ihg fecal ont F roe a form Val Jettcr OUelln8 o plACe to the Governor That tact was carefully guarded Gov Hughes deliberated over tho matter tor a final day and yesterday wrote hia acceptance The letter reached vihe Wlrlte House this afte noon aa tho President was preparing to leave He delayed his departure Jong enough t eee that the nomination toss sent w the Senate and directed that am official B aitentent toe 4 neparedL The statement follows The Preaidentrby latter of April 22 tendered the appointment to the Supreme bench to succeed Justice to Blower to GoY Oharlea Evans Hughes of New York Dry tatter of April 24 Gov Hughes accepted i If tice Some Inquiry has been made of me asJo whether or not funare vaiN 12J yw able io payfor work being done and which may be done on the public roads and bridges of mho county dur ing this season I am authorized by the Fiscal Court to say that provision has been made whereby the expense of this work will be paid la cash on or about the Jth day of each month Parties having performed work for the county under direction bf myself or magisterial district overseers wltfba paid by treasury warrants drawn by mo on or about the 15th of each month Certificates cf the tome worked and amount duo which ore given by the dSatridS cnvrsexr may be mailed dircet 100 me and when accompanied by ester postage I will mall dsraifiti for rime on tho 15th day of each month Very reepsctfully W B TAYLOR- a Supervisor of Roam Ohio Co J theBaccalaureate Sermonm On next Sunday morning May 1st at eleven oclock Rav Virgil Elgin will deliver the baccalaureate sermon to the graduating class of Hartford College Everybody cordially Invited Service held at Methodist church EVERYONE SHOULD LEND HELPING HAND Equity Organization Should Em brace Us All As Members And Supporters n It Is indeed a pleasure to have the opportunity and prlvelego cf talk ingto the producTEna through your rooy Equity We the equity people have extentgwith the assistance of about half of othe farming People Wo lira sorry to note the disposition of a great many when a pool Is formed to wAlt until price Is established before thy report anythIng for tale I feel that this Is a great Injustice to those who work so hard tar the organization We will take itho chicken pool for In stance for a comparison There were something like 3000 pledged and about 7000 delivered You will stoic that over half stayed out and saldi by Weir action it I can dump and got more I will do that Now lot us single you out one sit a time and ask you the question personally Is that right and you will say that It Is right We have another class than do worse that The man that opposes the ogarilzatlorr not by wards but by action that wont come In and pay his dues but melanges to got the benefit of our labon These two characters are not entitled to anything but the old time prices I will say and 1 cannot boy successfully contradlced that the prcspc7ity of this coucTxy de ponds upon this organization The support of the gospel depends upon the farmcis I will have to admit that through the great struggle we have had In organizing the suppcrt of the gosepl has been neglected It should not be the taro but we feel that If ithe ministers would lend us their help it would be a great In flueace In favor of our organization and I feel that tt behooves every pro fessfonal nun and business man to grandeand noble cause U people would at fond their local district and county unions they would understand that 0 are not trying to cnplplo anyone but merely trying to bring the tillers of the roll on a level with all other occupations I feel like that if I could not con Blatantly help to this struggle for better prices I would quit farming didrnot take aim iron clad oath when you joined but by Joining you agreed to abide by the constitution and bylawa 11havethrough long seselons off tailuresand I many of the assailants have died in breach before fortune has been won The herlosni they iave displayed Is be measured not by their Immedlat success as much aa by the oppoi sitlon they have encountered and the courage with which they have mater Wood the struggle Yours for protttaible prlcee edu- CatIOn and J e4I err a- rB TICHENOIU rt npxw tc HOT AFTER LIDE ROWE Chief of Police of Denver Wires Sheriff Has not Before Been Heard from Since He Broke Jail Year Ago I Sheriff T H Black a few days ago received a telegram from Chief of Police at Denver Colo asking If LJge Crowe who escaped jail here on 13th day of May 1909 after hav g been convicted of the murder of Emulus Wade and sentenced to twen tYono years in the penitentiary was still wanted Sheriff Black Immediately wired chief of police that Crowe was still very much wanted by the auth ties hero and ako sent him a photor graph of Crowe Nothing further has been heard from the Inquiries a it Is not known whether Crowe is under suvelanco there or not The p lice chief has evidently been informed by someoro who knows the facts in the case as his telegram sWell that Crowe had broken Jail and was under sentence cf a term in the PenI- tentIary It is confidently believed that Crowe will be apprehended and returned to this county If ho Is ar rested heriff Black will bo notified at which time he will procure requisition papers from the governor cf Kentucky awl go and bring him bad Llgo Crowe is under sentence twentyore years In the penitentiary for the murder of Bmulus Wade which during the fall of 1908 He was tried at the March term of count 1909 and given this term In the pen1 ROY CROWE ELIGE CROWE tectlary An appeal had been asked for by him and the record had boon prepared for she Court of Appeals when ho escaped Attorneys relbr farting him offered to ills same i the Ohio Circuit Count at the May term 1909 preparatory to its bet forwarded to the Appelate Court U Judge BIrkhead refused to pCrm same to bo flied on the grounds that Crowe had refused to submit him self to the orders otf the Court bav ins escaped from the county jail a fa days previous to the convening of this term of court Roy Crowe a nephew of Llge Crowe who Is under Indictment for the sumo offense es caped from the jaUnt the same time but as yet haa not beeni heard from It was currently ropoTrtcd said believed by many people that their escape1 from jail was elected by the assistance of parties from the outside At least it is defnitely certain rthat tho sawn used to cut the bars of the jail caging through which the Y made their exit were furnished them sOmeone interested in their es It is said that the evidence produced oni too trial of Ltge Crowe showed an aggravated cries of willful murder the Crowes having ac costed Wade while he and his wife were at work in his tobacco field an- dtle believed bye soma that he was fired upon before be knew of the pjasonce of the Crowes Governor Wlllaon was Applied to the time of their eBcapeand of fered fti reward of f200 each for their x 7 7 j apprehension and conviction but this has long since boon withdrawn Stanley Milward Resigns off Con trol Board Frankfort Ky AipHl 25 Stanley Mlhvanl Republican of Lextagton tendered his resignation to Gov WJ11 son today as a member of the S 1dor Control of Charitable I ijtljirtlons to take effect May 1 which was accept od iGov WillEon1 Immediately apnoint c4 as hia successor Dr T W Gardl nar of Madleonvllle now Superintendent of tho Western Asylum for the InSane at Hopklnsvllle ftMakenzIo R Todd who resigned os private socretary to Goy Wltleon to boo State Inspector and Examiner tog tho oath of office today It Is believed Capt Jackson Morris now Assistant Secretary of State will bow as private secretary to the oar f Baptist Church Suorr fchool session 945 Dr E 1 ford Supt dMornlng worship at 11 oclock Thane of sermon The Value of a Gospel Church Evening worship 18It 730 oclock- GOVERNOR PATTERSON THREATENED Who Decided Cooper Case With Defeat if They Affirmed Verdictof I Nashville Tenn April 26Chet Justice Boird nnd Justices Nell and Shields of oho Supreme Court last night Issued a statement explaining why they had renounced the primary of Juno 4 and charging that the Governor openly discussed the Cooper cno and that he stated that nothing should be dono looking to the Domination cf Supreme Count Judges until It was decidod charging that thn Cooper ease was the pivot upon which the action of the Srato committee would turn charging that the State ormimittee promulgated a primary plan which was a merace to tho corm This plan the judges say we ra arded under the conditions ahoy0 pree tcd as a menace to the mem bers of the Supreme Count Upnn lIs face and Interpreted by the infiny things dots and mid at she tlmethls plcti preeeuied to tho Curt itho ala native of rendering a decision in tha care referred to favorabe to the plalrllffs in error and greyly Ie slrjd as everyone knows by the Governor or eke becoming the objects of the displeasure of hlrniBlf and Uiasb moat devoted to him to bo made manliest In tho primary elec tion which would bo under their con CioVThe Judges further declared they commitn dons as a part of an effort of Gov m sathI SELECT April 27 Farmers urn getting behind with their work owing to 00 much min Elder R P McKinley closed a very I successful meeting at Baizatown Sun day noising Mr and Airs JJ Stewart visited tholrvfioh Avery Stewart of Crom well Sunday Lunsford Hudson Broadway was here Sunday Mr and Rita S M James visited Mr Wlnson Smith and family Sun day Mr T C Hosoy left Monday to operate the engine for Johnsons millI near Hartford Mr UnEoa Smith has been doing Borne carpentieTing for Mr JjEDavidson of Hartford Rev Birch Shields filled his ap polntment at Baizatown the third Sun day in this month He has been om ployed by tho church for the ro malndar of the year M L Cain our snail man has been visiting lilt Hartford std Centertown- for the past weekcMrL It Rogers eupervfeor of jlsoon r w ADVICE TO LOCAL CORRESPONDENTS Former Editor Thomas Lays RulesnHis Experience Enables Him To Tell Just What Constitutes News I Do you write local news for a country paper If so I rosy be able to gi you some advice that will help make your otters more creditable to yourself as well as make thorn beSter appreciated by the publisher- I have rood at the bat as well as In the box and happen o know Boirrothlng of both ends off M game Flnit write palnly nod with your lines not too close together This nunV ber your pages with plain figures in tho upper loft hand corner cf the page Remoiriber always that you are not writing to the editor but ito th readers of his paper As a iule nhe editor will feel personal Interest In tho local tows of your neighborhood but hj 13 keeny anxious to have you LSt l ty Births ddihs marriages serious accidswts visitors from or to your commurity s rloU8 sickness and strange or unusual Incidents are real ly news and tho reporting of such will be appreciated by both tine editor and his tenders However u eful In structions to correspondents consists in advising what not to ray rather than in what to say Dont menllon visits of orie neighbor to anotherI such meirtloas are not news to any body and tlro editor prints them on ly bemuse he fears df he blue pencils them you will got offended and not report ohO real noWs of your neighborhood thereafter Dont say the Rev orend Jones filled his regular aippolnt mont at Mt Molehill church Sundry Everybody in the neighborhood knows It and soberly else cares anythlrg about Tt In mentioalris tea he tS peclaly of children and persons lit tie known beyond their neighborhoods men lon only date ard cause of death ago place and time of burial funeral If any widow or husband and rum her of chlldivan if any oft Ojnlt fu noral oratlana and expressions of pity dc Sad as are such inchhiits to the Immediate family and personal fren ls they have no Interest for the gfisr al public Carefully avoid excessive mention of yourself and family mentioning thorn only as you would the mtimcs cf other peopc but always mention yourself as Mr or Miss or Mistress as If writing of another person Never write anything that can possibly be construed as reflecting unfavorably upon another pereon Never fall to mention news of a per son whom you happen not to like per serially It shows littleness and your neighbors will totico it and feel con tempt for you because of It Never write unimportant Items Just to mid length to your letter Shont newsyC letters are always read with intorejt Write the news andquitJ THOMAS In The Courts Mra W L Bean and Mrs J E Mitchell and children Dundee are the guests of Mr and Mrs B F Bean of the East Hartford neighborhood la the Court- sJea Astoky and Herbert Ensor were taken Into custody by Deputy Shiorlff Sam Keown at Williams Mines last Sunday morning on complaint of 1 citizens of the town The former was charged with carrying a concealed deadly weapoo the latter was charged with breach of peace and drunkenness They wore brought before Judge Wedding and in default of ball were com mltted to custody of the jailer the r TuaImorning es of guilty and the court fixed the fine of Ashley at 25 and that of Ensor atG for breach of the peace and 1 for drunkenness allo f which they paid and were released R A prosecution consisting of five counts has bOOn instituted in Quar terly Court against the Madison villa Haintford Eastern Railroad Company obstructing rind destroying thob Hartford and Point Pleasant public road at a point where their railroad crosses the same The cage of Balzo against the Illf nols Central Railroad Company recently tried in tho Ohio Circuit Court and appealed to tho Court of Api ears has been affirmed by that court The cave cf Vertnts against Bead Mathews which wan tried in the Ohio Circuit Court las summer and appealed to tho Court of Appeals has been itoversed by that court A writ was sworn out before Judge R R Wedding Tuesday by Mrs Margaret Rogejs charging her daughters Parthenla and Francis with being dlft obedient and refusing to anent school or assist In porfopniing rho work as signed to thorn with a view of box nSioyears ago thase girls were sent from this county to that Institution but were released at ithe earnest solid radon of their mo her Judu R R Wedding has handed down an opinion in the case of the McHcnry Coal Company against tho Ohio County Board of Supervisois in which tho assessment cf the property of said company for toxafrn way re viewed In a trial here last week iu which he reduced the supervised ac- v WAjment of said comitany 15000leav ins same at 113000 Inend of 12S 000 An arrest by Deputy SheriffSant Keown a few days ago brought to light the tact that the recent Grand Jury jvturned an Indictment against J H Hamlett when it was intended that a man by the name df Barrett be Indicted The mistake was made la rafting the Indictment the name of Hamlett byteg used as defendant In stead of BartlaC This Indictment will of course bo dismissed when tho court convems la May and tits grand jury will ro doubt invessftigate tthe matter aril f the wldcnce warrenitti It anlndictment win probalbiy be re turned against the proper party The case of Carter against Tucker which was tried la tho Ohio Circuit Court sonieUnio ago and appealed to the Court of Appeals was affirmed by tha court Tuesday This case In volve5 the ownership of ceiitirln stock In the RoclqMrt Coal Company and the final dtclslca is adverse to oon teatlon of plaintiff Parthenia and Frarcis Imagers for whom a warrant was issued Tuesday was arrwtcd by lal hal Burden of Fordsvllle hat nftenoon and Sheriff Black left ou the early nerving tralu for Fordsvllle and brought them back ut 9 oclock Wedceday A hearing before Judge Wedding substantiated the facts changed1 in the warrwrl anti they were comrulCted to the Hout of Reform at Lexington Sheriff Black left Wednesday afurncon with them for Lexlrgton flex Carter a negro bootlegger was arrested Tuesday by Marshal s F Riley charged with polling liquor without license He was taken before Police Judge C M Crowe and n plea not guilty was entered and Jury waiv cd defendant was fined CO and for ty days In jail The judguijent was suspended for six hours nnd Hcz tins notified to leave town and never return He promised to obey the main date of the Court not to stood on the order of going but to go nt once which it is said he did The prosecution of the Commonwealth against J C Jones In Han ford Police Court for selling an Intoxicating decoction was tried Wed nesday and resulted adversely to Mr Jones The only question submitted to tho Jury was as to whether or not the stuff sold is Indicating The jury by their verdict decided that It Is The stuff sold by Mr Jones or like product has beeni sold ire many towns of the county tor the past three or four yearaand none of the towns haw nterf erred except Beaver Dart There Mr Tate was fined considerably a few days ago The town of Hartford granted a license a taw weeks ago to Mr Jones authorizing the sale of soft drinks containing small per cent of alcohol and It is claimed that he was under the impression that his product was within the limits prescribed by tho license It Is re posed that Mr Jones proposes to pay his tine and quit business en tlrnly If the City Council will refund J200 which he paid for license On tho oath of John King Judge R Wedding has Issued three war rents against Basel Lawrence of Hayti in which he Is changed with having sold an intoxicating beverage or decoction His trial will probably livid next week j FIRST METHODIST CHURCH INKY Was In Depth of Vast Wilderness v State As Well As Church has Grown to Much Im porlifice Whoa the firm Methodist church woe erected in Kentucky in 1787 the State was a wilderness and those wh attended the first conference whic was held in the edifice had to UDdarr go tho suffering of hunger and the perils of a lanid which was infested with Indians who were ready to In- flIct death or any kind of torture upo their victims Not only has the State grown since the date of the erection of the first Methodiat church In Kentucky but the growth of the denomination has bt en phenamenal Progress has been nwwlo In ov ry section of the State and the world at large In Louisville tho Methodists are among the strong est denomination of the city The first church In Kentucky was erected at Masteraona Station five milt northwest of Lexington and the Iratanmwl ccoforonco was held there in the spring of 1870 with Bishop Francs Asbury presiding Thtna was a tbattlmo six members of the conference Francis Poythress James Haw Wilson Ltx Stoplion Brooks Barna baa McIIcnry and Polar Mace Masterenua Station was In tho cen ter of a wilderness In 1787 and to ou11teerBishop Aribury through the dreary waste which wad roplete with dangers anti savas 5 This company was com iwsed of the Rev Pater Massee John Clark and eight others Seven days weio requtrod to raich Richmond and three more days weno required to reach Lexington In wrlttog of the trip at the tlmo Bfcfliop Tlsburj said I was aVrangely outdor3 for the watt of sleep having been greatly deprived of it In my Journey through tho wllderncsa which Is like being at sea In some rerfpocts and In others it Is ware Our wry Is over mountain itwp hits deep irlvem and muddy creeks a thick growth of reeds for In lea toRWhor arl ro lahabltants but wild beans and savage anon I slopt about an hour the first night and about two tho last We ate no rogu tar mea snur lirtod grew shortand I was much sinait Ho also ir6ferv d to seeing the grave of rtwentyfou men who had been murdered a few nights provlous by tho Indian The conlvrence Iwgan on May 15 ctrl lasted two tays One of the most important matters which was taken up was the consideration of the es tablish mottt of Betlrcl AcaAnny as It became knmvii and 300 pounds equiv eat to about 1500 was uecrlbed In and and money This academy was but In JavzLmins county on the bankn of tlw Kentucky river It was a builrtlrB eighty foot lung and forty ftnt widetrxxl three stories high Even at that ugly time tho Motho diJts were iutous to establish edu caionnl Institutions and teach the pcojile of the State At the first confcrcnco which was hold at Miistonrors Station Bishop Asburj onlaliHx three mot as ciders These were Wlison Lee Thomas W1U UhlllOlllIcllenl fhire Ejind and was converted atI tho age of wcntttii CoLTS lie was I rppointud to Anicclca ut tho age of cnnIfereliirwnlmously vlootcd Bishop Tim coming of Bishop Asbury and tho coiifwroiKiu at Mastewons StitUon was ilccldedly Iho most important church event In that day It IB salt hat a revival of religion commenced following the coitfurencfatid that this revival spread thtx ughuot the SlateI It la said that the year proved by far moro prosperous that any which had proctedel It I The flit deod for ground on which to bulrd a church on record In county is dated 1SOC surd the lotraSOnI talced an acre It was sold for or about fcwcntyflwi cents In ISlJ the Methodist population In Loulsvllto was cightyeoven white and thirty mtgroea In 1820 i IIIMethodistwas held in 1816rMark TwainsThe heart of a child on which had e fallen tho disappointments and tsar rows of a world that is not always kind to our illuslonswas stilled when Mark Twain slipped quietly away on the slaat great adventure of the human spirit Wo grieve not so much the of a great man aa the passing of cn whose Btlver hair belled the yout that had not lost its ingenuous ou look up Into life desplib thosl4ngs and arrows of outrageous fortune A little weary of it all a Uttte ftired of being the sport of date but fcelaln Ing tho courage of an Invkiclblopflat tan htat had made him a bearer ol good cheer to his fellows ho came home to sleep God rest him now with the peat the child to whom come only dreams of tlowcr ethrrRdl meadows and thfc music of staging birds It Is much to havo lived honentl and smilingly It is much to have bee havao warhscjcber fscwn It Is much to have gone through tho world making other smile These achievements belong t Samuel Langhorrn Clemensunwonted name that will never take the place In our affcctlon of the familiar title by which ha was kccwru to us all He- met what the years measured out to him with a soul that refuted to grow embittered Ho west when the end came accepting death 1m the same tran qull spirit- Mark Twain was one of the few tha are left to us from a passing generation of distinguished writers amor whom ho held a place unrivaied and unique Whether the crItics of the future will ascribe to him genius It was at least his happy portion to be loved by millions of his own tLmewllo knew him only through his books HIs wholesome delight In fun that was kindly and Inoffensive will stand out as the feature of his work appealing most to the muTdlude but In the tatter half of his life his humorous view point was Influenced by a sarlous strain that directed his banblesa shaft agalnnst shame and hypocrisy with un erring aim He laughed gently at the fciaes and the frailties of his kind and seeing ourselves In the light of comedy he threw upon own postur Ings we laughed with him And we wore the better and the wiser for the laughBut it is the Mark Twain of Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Ficn of Life on the Mississippi and Inno cents Abroad whom we will chtlrish longest and most deanSy These books will live as kuilmltable and Horve through years to come to breathe a spirit of cheer and hopefulness Thoio la no successor to Mark Twain and none U needed Others will amuse and entortaltj ua and we will b grateful but the niche that lie of the child heart and tho wltfiry locks fill ed in our 111 must remain a shrine before which memory can burn its In cense Hawks Among Chickens The Washington dispatches predict the early retirement of four members of Clvo Pre ldents cabinet Two of thorn Secretaries MocVoagh and Dick inson are Democrats Their ability and integrity are beyond question but they stem to us to be as much out of place as a pair of hawks among n brood of chickens Politically these men are the enemies of Republican policies Why then should they sit in tlie highest council chamber of a Republican administration Why ehcul Democrats be tlio chIof advisors ofI a Republican Prostdeni the members of his official household Is it an admission that the Republican iparty has no men of sufficient cliaraoUir and ability to fill theito highly imI portant positions Has the solid South boon broken because of the ap point niPut of three men Has a single Democrat been brought ino the RcI publican ranks thereby Abraham Lincoln declared that n sovomment half free and half 8 aeI could not continue to oxis Can a party administration half Republican md haf Democratic be a success Do oil and water blond And if they could blend would the resultant coni IYlundbe sea Improvement on either oil or water Rut aaured that if the Democratic party should como into power llujre will Iw no Republican In the PLicol dents Cabinet In some respdota tho Democrats are wiser than Re lulilicanst Roachtng the Top In any calling of life demands a vigorous body and a keen brain Without health there Is no success But Electric Bitters is the greatest health Builder thQ world has ever known it comepls perfect action of stomach kidneys towels purifies and en iches the blood tones and Invlgor the whole system and enables you to eUuid the wear and tear of I our daily work After months of- uffering from Kidney Trouble writ s M WJ Sherman of Cushing Me three bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man 50c at all driigglita v m t WHITEWASH 1 APPSh All The Bribery RumorS Just Mere Talk X No Lobbyists who Used Boodl and not Single Members who Was Boodleized furywhich has been In session for eovcra1 weeks Imvestngationg tho rumors o oef the lagiliature has adjourned anti submitted to Judge Strut tho follow evorYbodoy against whom there has beet tho slightest suspicion Wo tevo had before US and ex amtatd a multitude of witnesses n the subject of bribery Our Investiga ton was net a more perfunctory mule shift but we uoed and exhausted ev era means at our command to find 01 k tho truth Editcsinl writers and newspaper twporers who published rumors pf angd were wibjootod to the most Marching questions They had no knowitdge e of any member of the legislature having received pay or who was promised nay kind of compKynsaitilon for his vote for or against any measure before the last general assent bly We Industriously Inquired into the subject matter of the bribery in all of Its ramifications net only as far as the members of the general assom bly were concerned but we aieo made the same character of investigation as to tAle officers charged with UK management and control of the Ken tucky state prison No representative of the press could or did give us any evidence at all of bribery Their sworn stato meats were made up solely from va grant hearoay rumors with no foun datlon In foot to Justify thorn In so tar as we wvjre able to Beam Ai the newspaper men before us declared that ithey had no knowledge of any bribery and had prinftd only rumors and bad never charged bib ery against any official or other per son We grilled the memlwra of both atremblyethose who have reputed to have been lobbyists here during session the sate prison officers and guamts the oxsSato prison officials aid all man ner of men OJiose who are believed or that we Were given any reasonable ground to believe could give us Much Infoimatlon had there been bribery done but were unable ito lied any wltrtrsa who gave us one Byliibio of ovldance Vo justify us In changing bribery or any sort of cnrruntlon against any nromber of the general assembly any pro on guard or other persons who wits In association with the legislators and officials during the 1910 seaott of the legislature Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Carjarrh that cannot bo cured by Halld Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo Ohio We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable all business transactions and fi nancially able to carry out any obllga tons made by his firm WALDING KINNAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon the 11100I mucous surfaces of tho system Testimonials sent free Price 75c per bottle Sold by all Druggistsj Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Scientific FOUR CLIMB MT MCKINLEY The panty of explorers headed by Thomas Lloyd which left Fairbanks Alaska Decemher 22for the purposo of verifying or of disproving tho claim of Dr Cook that ho hod ascended Mount McKinley reached tho summit of that mounitialn on April 3 word to this effect having reached Fairbanks last Tuceday No trace of Cooks es cent was fourd on ilheii ot the two peaks which Octal the mounKnlna summit although they took along Dr Cooks snaps and book and briM to voryify his route The ohsfjacloa cn Douncercd mere not rogncot how ever as load been xptctcd Fmr camps wore established during the seed et the final dash being made fron thtf camp ut a 16000foot elevation Part of the way they hid to chop jepa In the solid ice Thrtv cam panlons of Lloyd Joined to the flcal dash to the top They found one peak somewhat rounded and covered wltii snow and the other bore kODti1 latter thtey P dan Amerlcaa tltIn a monument on a 14tooteafr readDOP Conflrmatlonr of the reported eLls covtry of a now substance to prolong life by Dr Doyen the famous Paris physician has been cabled from the doctor Wtaself He says that the tub stance which he calls mycolyelne is pethendcatodetea test ex penlmenli If thty apply through the American Embassy at Paris Dr Doyen says ifunth er that four woeks will suffice to convince the doctors of the value of thus discovery provided Che exptrlmento Bfo conducted In oMlgently and faithfully nod not with- f IncurablOT who are already near death Ho assents poetlrrdy that his din covert wdH prolong human life from flfiicien to tmxmiVy years and that mot dlseosea of the Tcsplratoryi organs and dtgeadve tract will disappear al ro cancer of the skin Mycolylne which Is a word rosining germ eol ent Is composed of colloids which are fine pardclda of Insolubiie sub stares but how derived the doctor door not call but Indicates that they are extracted from the formemtB of alohal and from putrtd fats Those colloids have the quality of bauaing rapid deatructton of poisonous microbe by ihcreodng die number of white corpuscks phagoojitea which act as natural scavengers and destroy the toaaeo microbes Then their work done the phagocytes disappear SEEING HALLEYS COMET NOW to tho YerkIJ Observatory at Wil llama Bay Wla Tucteday Prof Frost and Prof Barnard each working In dopendcoily got their first vision of tha heavenly transient taimvn as Hal ley8 comdt using telescopes It was still quite fairJt and did root show its taU Prof Froct tthought It would not become plainly visible to the oak td ejv unTil it passed itho sun nod ap peared lo the evening sky ELECTRIC CANOER CURE London physicians have boom much hitsresed in tho demonatraJtloa mado by Dr Massey of OWcogo with hla olectrlc trtdtmient for camtoer The main features of the tuwatment are flint to pIerce the cancerous tissue with three zinc needles coated with mercury and then turn on on oleotiic current of a thousand mill amphora Soon the cancer bleached and then shriveled The same treatment was thou given to the healthy tissue sur rounding the cancer to destroy theI outlying colonies of germs Forced to Leave Home Every year a large number ot oopr sufferer whose lungs are sore and racl ed with coughs are urged to go to another climate But this is costly and not always sure Theres a bitter awry Let Dr Kings New DIscov- ery cure you at home It cured me of lung troublewrltes W R Nel son of Calamine Ark when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Us surely the King of all cough and lung cures Thousands owe their lives and health to It Its positively guaranteed for Coughs Colds La Gripe Asthma Croup all Throat and Lung troubles EOc and 100 Trial bottle free at all druggIstsI Most Anything Josh Wise says Th meanest man I ever met wuz th feller who bossed a chaw o tcrbacksr from me Un then spit on my shoo FredThere seems to be a lot more fuss made of Ethels singing than Marys and Im sure Miss Mary has by far the richer voice Ned But Ethel has tire richer fa therDr Marage of Parls who demon strated that voice sounds are produced by tho larynx exclusively has made dead dogs bark by making the muscle of the throat vibrato by the application of an electric current He thinks current may help human beings wh love thler voices Whats your fare asked the hard fisted old gentlentanof the cabby IU1 leave it to you replied cabby Thank you replied the stingy one walking off without taking his hand out of his vet pocket Youre the first onb who was ever kind enough i- to leave mo anything The earth is nearest the sun la to January But that dMiaU snake It any warmer for ua- Theeto bridge dim teni are torri ltndofIng to ryes my wife lost a years pin mon eyat bridge last nlsfot said another Suffrn get1VouMnt you 3tketo see women voters at the pollsnAntf Indetd At tho northland to south priiespAt the of July thio earth of wlbl be fanthemjt from the sun Think of that on f sale hot Juiyi djty Children Cry r FOR FLETCHER at fe ASTORIA t f I Marble and Granite Monuments J tesponsibtlttry THE THUMBS JHOJiUMENTBL WORKS Hartford Ky fi I WHAT IS WRONG I 4 our = 3 Public Schools = 49ByJOSEPH ROGERS = creating widespread from = 4Ii and educators of America Now running LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE E J GET IT READ IT J 42Special Given to Teachers = tADDRESS = j Lippincotts Magazine Philadelphia E- 4Ii TO LESSEN WASTE OF WOOD MATERIAL Purpose of Experiments Being Conductnd by the Forest Lab ratory at Madison Wis and the University of Wisconsin woodusing industries of the country and to engineers to the completion of the Forest Products Laboratory at Madison Wis June 4 has been sot the date for the formal opening The laboratory hats been established to aid through experiments and demonstrations the lessoning of was t in the manufacture and use of wcod It a cooperative undertaking between tho U S Department of AgricuJturc and tho University of WUcontisln The State has erected for the pur pose a new building at the university and will furnish also the light heat and power The Department ol Agri culture has supplied the equipment and apparatus and will maintain the tome of thintyflvo or forty persons required to carry on this work Borough this arrangement the United States has secured r riaiE the rug est and best equipped wood testing laboratory in the world A number of vacancies in engineer ing positions in connection with the work will be filled In May and June Among these are positions of engineer wood reservation ergireea In timber testing and chemical wnglneer log There positions will be given to men with a basis of thorough engin eering training or two or three years experience In Practical work toIon strength and ether proportks of wood to investigate tho processes of treating timber to prevent desrtuction by decay and other causes to study the saving of wood refuse by dWUlation processes- to examine the fiber of various woods for paper and other purposes and to clotormlne tho Influence of the ml croscoplc structure of wood Its characteristics and properties Facilities ore at hand In fact for almost any kind of teSt on wood that prac tical conditions may require Lumber manufacturing and wood using Industries ore keenly Interested n the work account of its practical bearing on reducing waste of wood them a subject of vital concern Already they have proposed many ex porimeiita and supplied much testing material which Is awaiting at Many promlntent men of tile lumber- Ing and woodturJng Industries have oQthoganizations expect to hold directors or conferences at that time consider among other matters lans Par making wide practical use the laboratory A short appropriate general program will he ar tiystematlc with demonstration work In progress the time entire exeirolees Will Dccupx but one day and visitors will L t1 II 7o j Our business lavdevotea xchiedyely to the toamt Marble and Stone trade and being thoroughly practi cal in same enables us to know your requlrments We only handle the very tGranite and Marble and our beep 1b utation has gained on Just this claw rt tit of goods lAY us show you to donate and cents t1atlt to your interest to buy of us We gladly refer YoU to any of the parties we have furnletoad as to our honesty and in dealings With M comment the press in Rates 40 is In on on The to tia able to return to Chicago the sumo evening For Sale Storehouse and lot located in a thriving village In the southern part of Ohio counltfcy building 20x54 feet with side shed 10x54feet suitable for general store The grounds can be large enough to suit occupant Terms easy Apply to Barnett Smith Real Estate AgentsftA Reliable Remedy FOR CATARRHElys Is quickly absorbed Oncerbrano resulting from Catarrh and drives away aCold in the Head quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell Full size LiquidCreamEly Brothers CO Warren Street New York MAILED FREE My Price List and Cata logue of Greenhouse and Bedding Plants Write for a copy beforeI placing your order elsewhere t FREE to ALL A Post Card will bring it Joho EtRackobraodt Greenhouse PRINCETON KY SSSSISSIRBANK8ORSE Gasoline Engines Pumps water grinds feed siofis corn c Works every day at a i small cost to operate All sizes torItfAddressFAIRBANKSMOUSED CO Louisville Ky i- I s rle- 7 ru cu y n 4rAu1r 8 1 NOThItIISTANOINQ- a LARGE INCREAS- r J In Population Amount o 4 Products Decreased rFood Figures on Advanced w Retail Prices and Dec tas ed Farm Products t The number of food animals In the UnLtod States bag doeocrcucd 5000000 slnco 1901 and the number or conIun era has increased 12000000 to the ii sttmo timer Thls is the result of on eyalylsis by the Bureau of Statistic of Ithl Da F patttment of Aglucultunoa eatlmartes of food animals in tJhe yrtuti 1901 and 1910 The Deparlanent of Agrlcuituresfig urea put the octal number olf cattle fn the Unified States on January I- W 4 1901 at 62533000 sheep 9750000 and swine 67000001 a tatal ot 179 000000 For January 1 1910 the o- linmte ds Cattle 69000000 shoop 67 260000 and mtine 47750000 n total of 174000000 Tho census estanate- sr the POPulation of the United States on P June 1 1901 at 77647000 aDd on June 1 1910 at 89812000 This makes the total number of food animals to each 100 persons do 1901 231 aId to 1910 but 193 a decreno cf 16 peT cent da the umber of food anmals to each 100 persons residing In the United States In the meantime Ute total value of the food animals In xbe country hits Increased despite the reduction in number the Department of Agricul ture estimating the aggregate farm value of the cattle sheep and swine in 1901 at 1943000000 and itho ag gregate farm vMuo of the 174000000 to 1910 at 2368000000 The onq clam of food animals which shows an actual increase In the per led in question Is mUle of which the number in 1901 was 62333870 and In 1910 69OSO000 The Now York wholesale prIce of faintly beetns shown in reports therwas 1260 per ba nil in the first week of January 1901 and 16 per barrel In the firat Week oi January 1910 ar- I I 3ncreaseof 28 per cent white the tan value of cattle according to the figures of the Department of AgrJcul turn was advancing S 12 por cent The number of swlme in tho United States ts stated by the Depxartmenh of ATdculture at 56982142 to January 1901 and 47782000 tau January 1910 a decline ot 16 per rJt in number The value in 1901 Is reported at 353012 143 and in 1910 nt 436603000 an ndvance of 24 per coat in farm value while die average price peT head on the farm in 1901 was 620 and In 1910 913 nn Lncrcmc of 47 per centI in the per capita value In Ithe mean time the New York wholesale price of mess pork now advanced from 1326 per barrel in the fIrSt week of January 1901 to 2475 in the fiat week of January 1910 an inorease of 87 per rent cad lard is quoted in the same reports at 74b per pound in Jan ut ny191Q an advance of 76 per cent The number of sheep decreased fTCJl- 11li9756718 Ia January 1901 to 67216 000 In aJnuary 1910 a decrease of 43 per cent The farm value Is iwt nat edat 178072476 in 1901 and 233664 1 000 fn 1910 an tnlcreeso of 31 PeT cert 4 A The inacere in farm value per capita mss from 298 to 408 nI1 increase of 37 peT cent Tlnu Nrhv York price ot a standard gmde of wool Ohio XX Increacrod in the meanbime from 26c per pound in January 1901 Io 37c in January 1910an advance of J 92 per cent In the meantimo the prices of grains show s1mUar advances The quoted 1Jrl1 of corn in the Now York market in the ltrat week of January 1901 was 45 34o per bushel and iw th first week of January 1910 7112c ilt bushel ad advenoo of 56 per cent ot oats in January 1901 28 148 per bushel and in January191049 12can advance of 76 voroent of Wheat in the first week of Jatiuargt 1901 81c the first week of January 1901 Sic peT bushel and In January 1910 130 per bushel an udvanoo ot60 12 VCr cent Apples as Cure for Intemperance The forbtddon fruit of the Condon of Eden which brought sin into the j world is nttW looked on Is thli meanS n of driving sim out of the world No less an auguSt bOdy than the Iowa stae Horticultural Society i stand V lag sponsor for the movement to ro r Ymove the stigma from the apple A When Eye sorely ttnnpted lpar took of the lusciouS fruit which she t had beery forWddeg to touch iJte all- l F 4unwtllingly casta blfght am the apple jiS which OOniurles of euldylitlonl and r2 Why does Great Brltiaa buy Its oatmeal of us everyEyear hundreds of thousands of cases of andfThe reason is simple while the English and Scotch for centuries eaten oatmeal in quantities and with a regularity that has made them the most rugged physically and active mentally of all people American cating oatmeal and trying all the time to improve the methods of manufacture so that he might get that desirable foreign trade How well he has succeeded would be seen at a glance at the export re ports on Quaker Oats brand is regularlOeed tins for hot climates S two naional shows at Spokane Juwe been unable to remove It has re mainro or an apleloving country doctor to discover that not only can the word be ted until It has Becured the necessary calories ot enorgy but that the craving for liquorNon CEded to bo the greatest cause o misery and erlmccanoo eradicate- from the human body by the apple As It this were not miracle enough It Is contended that General Grant might have won the segO of VIcks- burg and the batto of Appomatto by munching on a DCnJ Davis a Spi zenburg ora Jonathann just as twe- ias by putting on a tat black cigar The use of apples lIS an article of diet wI11 very much dlmllnlsh de CTe1EO and ultimately abate th appetite for ochoHc stimulants declares Dr Samuel Bailey of M t- Ar Iowa That tha it a tact could be proved In many tnatancee if a ifWo care caution and vlgUance were taken to throughly inv Ugato- conditooliis As a rule the habitual user of aleholic sJmulantS Is rarely a lover or consumer of apples There eetnns to be n peculiar combination of the apple that allays the irrIta tion or socaller appetite producod by the use of liquor I am also of the opinIon that the keen appetite for tobacco is ltmited by the use of apples I am throughly convlcued that any man who Is a lCJMr ot Iwhfs- Ily and is in aconadiUow when he thInks he mutt have a drink If he will en t an apple before he takes the drink twill soon find that his appetite for the drink has been materially leseened If not co- 14Tely abated for the tlmeFrom Romoving the Curse of EWe In May Technical World Magazine CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of What the May Womans Home Companion Contains The current sprlngtlmo number of this always Interesting magazine con tains nn extraordinary variety of spring and summer suggestions The Cfiver design Is unusually attractive oven for the Womans Home Companion and the entire rn1gazlllJO divas up to the standard set by the cover A superb new painting by Jessie Will cox Smrh Let Dogs Dc41ght to Bark and Bite lis reproduoed In full color on Q 4arge mat The flotiulln Jg evidently the resuLt of the most careful selection among the papuitr nUU10IS Tim Empty House by Elzlblf stuart Pheps- coneludkl with drllmatlc Itorce The House of HJtJlIg JulUty 1Vtibo- rTomgklnsenticing serial ndds another intallment to Its popularity Anode ILamllto1 lJonl1eU draws the almlJc story of a lonely eallego girlt In The Family of Ttc and lato Myra Kerlys East Side ohidren once more make us smile In IiaZysIh- tbfemt The magazine Is not ail fiction anti art howevEr Spring and summer fahlons are arrayed In tempting pages tn eluding an excellent colored plateJ GambrelRoofed Cottage- Is dalcrlbed for the prospective borne builder M4mlon Bedroom Furniture tg ILtrtmctively and ptnatlcally nxplatn- ed with working models and n long article Is devoted to the latest outdoor and gardening book The Doe allthisJ every need In the attrage home Humor vei ee music and in article on buLdIng summer campS also con tttllmtbto the value ot his oatruordla- arily Itterosting magnzbm wblch hats m just coma to uslro the publislyotu Its the Worlds Best in No amebas over made a snlve01nt = meat or balm to 8ompara with luck one Arnica Salve Its the One per foci healer ot Cuts Corns BurnaIlrula- es Sores SCt1Ilc4 Dolls UlcersEcze ma Salt Rheum For Sore EyesCoId Sorest Chaped Hands Or Sprains its 25cntaldruggJst m 1 ROOSEVELT SEES NAPOLEONS TOMBf Former President Greatly Inter ested in Historic Relics of Paris Paris April 22 After paying a tribute to the Ute and work of Samuel Lnnghornp Clemens the American au thor and humorIst and giving his ex prezsfon to the presS Mr Rooseveel t began his progrllmmu for the day wit a visit to the tomb ot Napoleon In tho- palals des Invalides- Mr Roosevelt accompanied by Kcr mlt M Jusserand French Ambasp clot at WashIngton and American Ambassador Bacon arrIved In an automobile and tans acclaimed by l great crowd whIch Included ninny photo gmphers who took snapshots as the party entered the CoUT dIlonneur Coverf thde Governor several aides In full unL form Passing fIrst into the chapel where theta are the tattered battle flags cap Mrxotf comment and exchange with Gen Dal steIn concerning Incidents of the vane ous battles When however the ro tundll beyond was reached and Mr magenificent red marble tomb ot the con queror surrounded with the flags of Austerlitz and other reminders of the great victories of Friedland the pyramids Jena and Moscow the form er President grew strangely silent A few moments hater the party de scomded to tho crypt through which they entered the tomb over the door of wlhfch Mr Roosevelt read the word of Napoleon written at St Heienaand- in which the great Central expressed tho delre that his ashes rest on the banks of the Seine Here In a niche was shown Napoleons celebrate sword and black hat contained In n glass case Near by were the unmark ed stone slabs which the English General placed over the grave at St Helena but upon which he refused to permit Napoleons name to be chIseled Extrnol1l1lnnryl Extraordtnary- lIr Roosevelt jacuiattd several times From the tomb Con Dalstein con ducted the party to the Napoleon mutenm where Ire Roool t muni fasted interest ya sotto of the personal relics of the Frenell general and the old prInts of ibis principal canllwgns especially that dPlct1ng the stand of the old guard at 1Vmte- rlae and Murats cavalry charge ut Eylau A visit to the hlstorlu armory which contains a spletldld coll c tlon of mail and armor concluded the Inspvctlon M Gen Dnlstein pointed out a beautiful place of mall that had been used nt court fund tons Mr Rooc volt with a wave ot the hand ob served That has no Importance It was used only for ceremony Befcre leaving Mr Roosevelt was shown by Gem Dalstefn a book upon Mexico written by Gen Miox In which the author quoted from ono of the former Presidents 1Ech tu whlcl- he had declared that tine nuttou whIch did not preserve wandko hahl1 was loomed one day to fall and a strong army was niccesary to pre servo the n1lIollal dcthhy- Mr Roosevelt had luncheon as tine guest of Baron Pierre do Coubertln whom lie met In the United Statue when tine Baron was there In con nlcton with the Olynnpic games This IlttanooJ1 Mr Roosevelt con l his 1iilghto elDg tour visiting he galleries of the Louvre He returned to the American embassy at 450 oclOCk when hu received a visit from former President Loubot Sub sequentyhe received the membel19 of the American colony TontglLt Mr Roosevelt will be the guest of loner at a dInner and Ie caption at the Elysee Palace n QUICKS COUGH MEDICINE Quickest and best for coughs OUARANTUED Sold by druggists Made by C MeedenhaU Medicine Coy vlmllle lad Interesting Items The use of trackloes trolleys Jsl rapidly extending in Europe- An uncut diamond looks very uch lIke a bit et the host gum axrnblc A hbrs eats nine times its weight teed la a tarot a sheCp six Uimes The value of automobile eptrring- the worlds markets Lk 1909 exceeded 60t000000 against 9000000 in 1902 APlttaburg widow who aas com polled to fell her beautiful hair fn order to keep hcrc1rlldrenfrom stargtng has TcelycQ ott offer of mar- E t4 L i lingo from a richmanit Oklahoma i Gold pieces are the only a dna of woltththeirale eagle contains 20 worth of gold without counting the oueentll hart of caper A fund of 100000 lis being rataed Watt6nof God Citizenship to be JrutrutJtoo to Cohunirla Uruvcrotty for the sup- POrt of several fellowships tOT the putmttlt of the political and socla sciences and for Tactical civic work The Immigration Restriction league Is a nonpolitical and no11 memIbersstates Since 1894 It has nod the agi tation for the better enforcome of eatntirg Immigration IMS and the mtaciment of needed legislation It Is opposed only try such immlgraton Ilhs4cMrs Aguas L Rosier Is the per ran who Is noUCled when n blind vdt- orappearsat the lIuseum of Natural History Sirs ROUlbr has thought out claseltications and arrangements which one lube Cd in Braille of Now York point for the use of the blind and as each article is pan cdj from Band to hand and studied by the blind visitors an Informal lecture Is givenNew York Sun p 4 Kills It Murderer A merciless murderer Is Appendicitis with many victIms But Dr Kings New Life PlUs kill it by prevention hey gently stimulate stomach liv er and bowels preventing that clog gltrg that Invites apendlcitis curing Conaipation Headache Bllllousness Chills 2c at aU dnugghts m An Order Commending Kentucky National Guard Each man In the National Guard or Kentucky wUl rcceivo n copy or the following guteral order irsued by the state ruidtlary dopartmnet rogtardhg the dottrel and rel1I0111SlbIUU of being a member ofthu guard State of Kentucky Adjutant Generals rlllIartment Frankfort Ky Apr 13 1910General Ortler No 7 rho soldiers of the Kentucky State Guard are commended for the effooLs hey hare made to reach the standard of efficiercy required by the stwe and the government and ninny look for ward with cnfidance to the resubt ct the fourth comlrg bSllectlJu Some have however shown tlcounselvo In dMtcrc1t to tine honors of tine soldkrr and have shunned the dutIes and burdens that should be borne equally by- all of the sam grade arid have pac ed their comrades at a dlsaloalage by having the ranks thin when they ought to be full These then clnalleng tho heavy hand of tine law Attention Is called to Section 2991 Kentucky statutlt which irodos that when the gowenncr orders ay part of the stake guard Into active service and any officer refuses or tails to comply with such orders ho shall be cashiered IIr slntonco of a general courtnmrtialt Iced not lea than 100 nor more that JOO by such court undo hnprisoned in tine county jaI not exceeding six months or dlBhonorlahlo fuses ho may ho dishororably Chars ed by the order uf tine governor I ho may be lrauglit befcro n gn oral court martial anti fined not exceeding 100 or gnprisouiunnt In the county jail not exceeding 9O days or befit Those dmstie provlsiors are y of tine least concern to the soldier whoI obeys orders and perdanms iris lawful duties but lea who fails or rtfllf 3 do so must oxIeut to nhttliy eonstJI qnences set forth By order ot the Official PlIl11P governorI ROBERT N KRIEGER Assistant Adjutant General HOPEWELL Left Over From Last Week April 20Sunday Sellcol nt this place la pmgroa4ng nlcoy TIle Uenwmco of Sunday School at Pond Run Is fM Ifoyond our cx- paetatlolna We have 62 enrolled and 71 were prosarvt last Sunday My Emeroon DC11ndr vlaitedi his mother Mrs IkotlUe Barnoit of Cen tral OUy last week Mr Levi Coleman spent Sluturlay and Sunday wrltdt his parents Mr turd Mrs P S Coleman MnaFamlo Dennotn wino fiats been 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ofliedgethorn whichdescNbesbut write us II postal today IrTscjTTj IINIC OltnUYINO II bicycle wonderfuloffersJ L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL I Save 75 the- Signature Thirty I BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 25 The price is Stoo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us whero they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use BUSINESS COLLEGElnenareaaxaa Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KY Li i I i a Hartford Republican catered according to law at the IOltOlct Er ford 1 a mall matter of the ncoDd fan C M BARNETT EDITOR TSS E2i30ZS 40CoUCh 317zIIFRIDAY APRIL 29 The now tariff bill lmproves en acquaintance Treat the Census poNtcly lIe has enough troubes anyway ZlIy rans deUcate U1uslone show that 16 to 1 though gone is rat fO- rgotten Uncle Sams purse 19 increasIng inI flesh every day under the new tarI iff law luncIX1Uty graters somoUmes dO as much toward making living ex lenses as the trustsIIt was a very smU thing for theI great House Of Reprraentatlves a- 11Vashingtonto refuse uncle Joe Can non gasoline to run hIs automobile A little row among Republicans is always vroductlvc Of t bIg jolilfica- t1oa among Democrat and then they get In a still blgser row among them rcivesIt too bad that just as Demat eratic prospccts In Indtaaa seemed most hopeful Tom Taggart should f airpear on the horizon 1 low that President Taft has de- cded what Is whIskey we should be glad to have his opinion IS to what ci6 the ilfeNnw between aitt Insurgent end a flomoorat r It is sold that the moving picture nran follows closely upon the heels- of Colonel Roosevelt because tt Is not known what moment he may take A notion to charge a San Jaun Hlll It seems almost certain that Mr- Iloosovolt will loom up In ahe nextt Prarldentlal race and there are dlcatlons that Prenident Taft will not be t candidate for renomination- Thu present tariff law reduced duties ou all the necessities of life and even placed hides on the free t list wIth t view Of maktrg cheaper 11 shoes but are shoes chenirer Are theySVo have Only One fault 1to find with tern admInistration Of President Taft He has placed too many Demt- ocrntic tree traders In hIs cablnt and- 1n other positions under hIs adminis- iratlon t Iij The admlnhllration of PresIdent Taft has not been 1hIrlact1albut It seems to us that Jt has been progres elve enough to suIt at people exccptI those who can Only be reached a circus performance President Taft may bo glad that it was not an English meoUng Of suf Jrasdtes before whom Ire wos delivering his speech of weeome They would have tarred leathered Outm fur the speech lIe madeJIt seems to us that there are too many Federrtl Judgcer on tIle bench who foci so much ecRtc that they look over and teyond the common 1100I pie when It C11IIeS to a questIon he- tlroen them and a trust or corpora tlonIWhat has become of our Commer clap Club and its lrfOlts to secure various Hub and SlIqku factories for HarUord Will we sit auplnely by and see IJhor towns scum all Of tlusue enterprises wUltuut whleh we- cart never build a town or retain till young men who grow up In our mldJt TIle appofatmef Governor lIughcs to a place on the Supreme bench should meet with the UPllro1I1 of the common people as no ohcr appointment whIch has been made Ln- iQ quartet of a crutuy to this august body Governor llughes tnay he do- pendd Upon to Rand by tiab rights tY the people as agaInst the tTlLU sad plutocrats We are Only sorry that the entire membership of that body la not made up Of liughesrs Had this condition existed iwo should J1avo long sInce have had favorable decielons to the pea1olo 1111 the Tob- accO and Oil Trust cases The Hartford Herald mlldiy criticl- ats us for oommendlIg the pranlon of Cot COOlcr by Goveraoor Paitteon- f Tennessee However the Herald oilers no criticism Of Governor Pat CeJ1I01I1 himself but attempts to eon t9Urpo1t1en In thIs mutter With Apr position on the pardon of Taylor earl Powers in Kentucky Wo might fe to the Herald that on the etere des ft should be filling Us Inwith abure Of Goveraor Pat forsony but om cond thought we re- atemiber that Pattern Is a Democrat wi Governor W lltwna Republican rr- h and probably no other suggestion trom Is IJry The acts Or a Den oeratic Governor or Republican Gov error are the fame to us whenssia pIe justice Is dane as Vie Jjclfeove IV3 the case In bath lnsiancea We know ui no reason why any man should 1- concemnod to death or to a 8nlncO In prtron when under the evidence he has trot been proven guilty df true do11ng anyone attempting to Inurtl r anyone ortbcng In a conspiracy ta murder anyone In the olro Or OlIob Powers In addition to the abovo cot ditions he was not even prtsonh whon Senator Goebel was klllcd Another FreeTrade Proposition The specIal coonmibeo on Tariff of the Natkmal AsoocWoIDl of Clothiers rays that the present mhedule K of the Tourlft of 1909 16 lniquttoue W11- lJam R Corwlne secretary of the ae sedation Is carrying on a vigorous warfare oar the Thrift through means a2 leUIJS circulars and newspapers But Mr OorwlnQ will net accompliJJ much at that rates lie was sccretar cof the Nwwmd Council oT Corn of which Mn Gustlve Schwab- WM llesldent Both Mr Schwab and dr Corwlne have been cort pleuous In- FreeTmde work and their manage neat of the Natiotal Council of Oopm nerve in cotutcctlon whit SecretarY Straus another FreePrador condemn oil the nssQclation to failure fremj lhe start It baa finally petered autI It has not dIsbanded formally but hire has boetm so one looking afUat Its work excepting poor r pall clerk or same months and een he Is now rincipally employed elsawtfere ThatI Is a demonsaatlon of the folly Of tying to run a natural organization for business purposes tm the interest of the North Gorman Lloyd StIcaan ship Company and Its FreeTrade rep sQJltnlv Tariff Wrong Way Whto do LoulsUIe last week the editor of this palter was Informed at U1e Custom House that the John C Lewis Oompany recently Imparted a rge quantity of gloves upon whIch le tariff was reduced at the special esslon of Congress ditty Cents on the dozer pair In faCt the company slmlJly wrote to their rnorchanet on the other side to dpplleate Jj1 Order wl1Jch lJad been bought before the no hill act went Into effect and trIbided them that a reduction of fifty oorJts on the dozen pair should beI mao in view of the reduced tamffI To thosurprlso Of the Company when the goods arrived snd the blU mane the foreign merchant had adOOd fifty cents on the dozen pafrand coolly Informed Mr Lewis that in lIS much as- he wquld not have this ftfl cents ta pay to the United States govern Lent that they would COiledr them jQ1ea The result Is that the purl masers of gloves will 7iavo to pay as mudl or mare for theta than tiruy- d before and Uncle Sam wlll have to do wJthout tha much money whIch would have gone Into his IlOCkets to help pay running eXlJerues and dig the canal So much for Rel- JUbJcanIremocratlc trEe trade or tarl revlslan downward How Downward Revision Works An increasing inrush of lmpors test- Jfie to the effeetivenetu of the Tariff relsion In the measure Of downward vision In 4Qlo month of Mttrcli just laslled the dutiable Imports were 80 161332 against 71587326 In Marcia of last yearat the rate of nearW- ioo000000 for the full year Pracll- cany the same increase is noted In he nondutiable imparts I For the ninb months ending March the total Imports warn 118472160- n Increase of 235240281 over the corresponding months of lat year xlatl S icr the same Period were 1352911403 leaving UI1 excess of ex lIorts amounting to 1tJ867323i Or 179393755 loss than the excess for tho tame nlne nronihs of the proceed Ing year In March of this year the imports exceeded the expos by 19254813 The favorable b dantees of OOOOO- OQO t year which the Dlpgley Tariff g ave us before It was nuh11id by the Roo9arelt foreign trade agreements ale vanishing into thin air TarIff revIsion downward bIds fair ta gilungo into EurotxJS debt at the rate Of 200000000Q tJO 30000000011 ear That Is the way it is working In the flit nine moats or the experr pent It would seem that the tnaurgents- nnd muWUmpe ought to l1e slUsmcd ith that showing and not be shout- Ing for further Tariff TCducUoruI Notice The A S Of E Stock Comntttee wUl make a shipment of stock the last of AptU or the first or Dray Ilx- ad load Those who have Mock to shill will pJaese notify the committee nmbdlately through their local Soc rctary L D TICIIErO- RBL STEVENS J l1SHULTZ W11tl13DYtee Y w yKw7 PRESIDENT RRAYTONf ISSUES Ay GALL i I Urges Members of AS oNE t- Go k to the St LouIsI Meetingt Makb strenuous efforts to itent In Ularge Of farmers and wngcearnersto lohc1 In the Collsoum In 1St Louis laMay 2 to 8 The Farmers Eduoalona- Ooopurattve Union is exkndlgig a cordial invitation for every A1ii meal Society Of EquIty member to bepre eat and participate in the exercise Of thIs great gathering of wealth producer The AmerIcan Federation of Labor headed by their invlnciblo leader Mr Gompere will boreprmcpted br thousands of delegates Every A S Of E sUite county md local unlO7 should be ropnosented without taEvcr before in the history or Our na Lion mere the manses so thoruoghly amused and tnttrested In quest1ome of economIcs called to their attuntlon by these great Industrial organza tlons Let ono great purpose Of this IconI ferenoebe to unite the forces of these national unions that here maybe t continual campaign Qt educa Lion from ocean to ocean throughout AmerIca than will finally bdg eco nomtc treedom to aU or the wealth producers Lot us uni9o on the principle that The man Is the unit and not the 4l tar a principle tha twill relegatU old Money Bags to the rear and burg to the front Mr Man with his plow pick plane and pen and honor and- tocredlt him for what he Is and dote and not for what ho has CHARLES O DRAYTON Pros National UnIon A S of E Commencement Week Hartford College The annual exorcises Of Commence neat week will open Monday night clay 2nd with an entertainment gIven coy the puplla of the First Second ThIrd and Fourth grades under lUsres Ata Likens and Mabtyb Mom ley Tuesday night the boys and girls of the Fifth Sixth SevenfJa and Eighth grades will present an Intler + estlng program under the dIrection col Profs lledrick and Ellis On Wednesday and Thursday nights respectively the High School pupils w1ll present two highclass amateur plays The Rainbow Kimono of two act comedy full Of wit and humor and Tho Proossor a very laugha rte burlesque on Commencement Week The exorcises will close Friday night with the graduation of the Senlar class The exercises will be held at Dr Deans Opera House t- Owing to the expense incurred a- rmall admission fee will be charged rei the first four nights Adults IOC chllken under 12 years of age 5c reserved seats 25c The graduation exercises on Friday night will be tree to the public All prutrons and friends oil the school are cordIally invited Seasoned tickets reserved seats gO cents On sale at Z WaIIe Griffins Drug Store CROMWELL April 26Sunday school Was Organ lzed lilt No 3 school house the 17th h1it with a lllrge crowd In attend uiceMr E W Jackson word to Goshen yaturdiay night jn the itfereatto the A S Of E Wha success he lead we have not learmest Mrs Robert Liles Is in a real crit Ical condition at thIs tIme though reported to be sonic better than last night Mr and Mrs G W TaylorManda were the guests of Mr TolbcI1 Miller and wife Saturday night The DIstrict Union of the A S Of E met at UnIon school house Saturday night Among the other things that were done adjourred to meet with the Plncheoo local No 1706 the IaUt Saturday In Juno P- Mr Charles Stevens Beaver DMIl was the gueSt Of his pamunts Mr and Mrs O M Stevens Monday afternoon Uncle Johunio Klngcade Is very Ill and hardly expeetod to raxwor r Miss Suo Drown NashvILle Penmx Is the guest of her brother Samuel Drown Mr C S Taylor returned home Fri day after spending a few days wl relatives and friends at Select B1d while there met with the Union Sunday school of which Mr J J StewaitIe Superintendent audr which saemeto be t school Of great promise for good there Chloe RatferfY returned homo Mendiy after spending a few days wlth Mies Gentle Stevens Messrs Goo Trout and Choir W Stevens have recently purchased ita I ten horse power ganliieenglno t- ba used aa a great mtli To boin stalled In aamo sltq where L A James Son formerly had one We hope them every success In theIr new er toTriseM1ss ZOOy Taylor and ltttlo sisto- Euva were the guests of little Mir CorJnnte er Saturday afternoon Mr Herbert Arnold was In this Vicinity the gucst of Miss Ger1l SoovI ODB r Mr Luther Liles iiIztrap iy vlsltJng hIs parents at this writing Dr Pal T Willis has just raurrtr from hecbty where ho had gone to take a4ott Graduate COUTEO We am glad to have the doctor with us nogaln- Wo understand Mr J A Jamets il Son hove un order out for twelve hundred dollars worth Of machinery with which to complete theIr tlourlng mill which was begun sometime age and of WhIch your scribe spoke at the time Whoa completed as we hope lit will soon be U will be quilt an addltfon to this part Of Ohio COUDlI ty und Oto our nelgtlllOf county Duller I1S well It Is located Cn Shrog I RENDER April 26M1sa Millard made a Jy t- Ing trip to Echols on ilubhnorn last Wednesday Simon Jones was In Har ford on bus ai last Wednesday l1 F Taylor Beaver Dam was hero last Thursday James McDonnid Evansville Ind was here last ThursdAy the guests Of his slater Mrs Belle Parsons Mrs Lou Stewart Horse Dranldhc was hero last Thursday and Friday visiting ro1atlvea J P McKinney Deaver Dean was hero Friday Earl Jarnlgan went to Horton Sat Urday Mrs Hudson Simmons was hereI Saturday the guest of Mrs George Rob Inrom Welghtmere Brooks of Evansville inzL was hero Saturday Clarence ClllrlSon and Estill Dowell rpemt Sunday in Owonboro vlslllng elatives3uorgu A Barnes of Beaver Dam lad S F Howoy Central City was here yesterday lIra Mary Williams Roekport Was here today time guest of her brother L C Harvey Henry Blackburn LInton Ind Is vIsIting his aunt Mrs Belle Parsons Rev J L and Mrs J L Bumion red ehUdmn Morgantown are visit lDg relatives here Miss Ethel Roblruln has reutrned- trom Simmons after a few days visit Mrs Minnie Burton Stnumon III- Ia the guest of her parents Mr and lINo T John Mlia Nellyo Harris has ttocopted n- posLtlon as day Operator ern the Beaver Dam exchange for the Oumberland Telephone Company Miss NeUyc Is ono of the brightest and most Intelligent young ladiesof thin local y We all wIsh her snuck success Attention farmers The Ohio County Farmers Club Is called to meet at the court hall In lartford the first Saturdul In May at 130 Oclock sharp out iother farmers One and all exchange Ideas mId be a help to each other This Is too treat a matter and too Important to prop Ono Or two little thoughts picked up may be worth pore than two Or three days Of hard work so dont say I nun too busy but como out and let us help each ther On account of falling to meet the last date set we submit the sarno program which Is us follows Controlling the floods EdgarDalhm- lhu raising and rare of poultry J B Wilson and Mrs Jack Foreman But termalting Mrs James Cecil and Mrs Jo A clocker How to beuutlfy the homo lawn Mrs T J Smith Car- Ing for bees T J Smith The cure of nil apple orchard FW Pirtle ALNA TICHENOR Pros HENRY M PIRTLE Secy Halleys Comet The first observation of the comet In the morning sky show that it Is iisappolntInglr faint Its intrinsic If1ght has eridently not Increased as rapidly as in the cane to some other comes Unhss there W a change in this respect It win be far from con splonous to the naked eye until the latter part of MAy and those who with to see it In the morning sky will do wall louse field gias and to look foe a much fafmter object witQL tar lens ora tall than heretofore announoed NotIce There will be a call meeting of Prestoar Morton Iast No 4O A ft- it the court house In Hartford on- 6tay 4 at 930 n m tar the pufprouo- Dt mI1klDg arrantnment for memorial services It Is hooped that the comrades will come to thls meeting and that we may have a full attendance This laa matter Inwhlchwe should tool a deep interest Comelesnot forget thIs service A W MILLS Corn It A ANDERSON AdjG c v1 BALD KNOB April 26Sabbsth acheii1 progres sing nicely at the piai There will be lngingat this platy next Saturday night everybodt comps Mr LD Taylor Is no abetter at this writing rflsecs Connie and Mae Sandefur visited Mrs J A Davis laab Sun day Mr HarbSnilth spont last Sunday with Met Dma Il Alexander pa Vie Mr J H Hilliidfamlly from the Mines are yltlltlng roiatives attbls place Miss Harrlet Uid fur who has beet visiting relatives InSt ouwfor the past low weeks leturnod homo last Friday She saynoshe like St Louis line Mr L IS3ndetur Of Ohio county baa gone iato bustnws Im 4448 N Broadway at Louts Mo- Mr Leslie Sandefur this p1Cco spent a few days at Mil grandparents Mr and Mrs Marlon Sandefur- of Horton last week Mr E Id sandefur spent Sunday at Mts J A Davis Mr Ira F Crawford who left hero years ego for Manna P I is on hJ9 way home across the wOlters we aU wish him a safe journey and happy time Everybody note to Sunday trchool next Sunday evening 11It3Ptn Private Boarding Rooms and board trust claaa for bee dollar Ter day for trax tents Home phone 7226 MRS LEE DOWELL 840 3rd Ave LouJsvlllc Ky DUNDEE April 25The sunday schools nt the Methodist and Baptist churches progressing nicely Mr J H Jretiuns and family spent Sunday with Mr GB Drown and ramlly Miss Annie Auhny spent Saturday with Mrs lIallle Gosh- Mr Otis and Miss Pearl Stevens aero the guests of their cousinS plisses Rolle Jennie and Mr Sam McDowell from Wednesday until Saturday Miss Beutab Moore was the gwst- Of Miss CEiCIl KuykendoU Sunday and Monday Mrs James McDowell Central City who has been the sues Of relaUves- at this plane for the past week has returned home Willie the little son of Mr and Mrs toscoo Vantress who has been very our be You cannot make a in one of our Corn will sati = an d save labor V1t FINEj FOR WOMEN i1 hG Ifl 111 for the paSt few days isconsl enable bettor Mr Guy Shrove was the guest Of hJS sister Mrs Roscoe Vamtress Friday night Health Is GOOd In thin ooJmt1un1tY1 Dot preuonG k SYMPATHY helps hurts but ft wont cure ai aching tooth wonut wake a marred one look like Its old self Taktalk skillful experienced dentist to dOl that Get all the sympathy your can but tor real relief and good demal work make nn uppolntntenti wIth us Or the practical way of getting your teeth in fine shape Best crown fled bridge work In this ctownJ Or any town Tooth extracted without pain Alll work guaranteed Telephone 218 DRS HPtRDIN BELL t DENTISTS Office in Republican Bldg Hartford Ky l R EMEMBEArtiAT O WHAT YOU NEED INTHE WAY OF IIIARDWARLW In addition to Hardware Depart ment we handle every piece of machinery to used on the farm from aItraction engine down to a garden mistake buying Drills They give faction TONIC MATTER Our line of Plows Cultivators Disc Harrows and Wagons is the most corn plete ever brought to Hartford J In theway of Buggies Runabouts and I Surries our line cannot be surpassed t anywhere in the Green River countryITry us for Field Seeds Roofing Paints Oils Harness We can supply you with any kind of Piping Bath Tubs and Bath I Room Fixtures r Ohio Cognty SupplY CQtIrsoorporlatc i HARTFORD KYtFI j t T M v r 11 SHOE PUBLICITY rl l- J KomcfIRBOUS Shape M K youwJshto enjoy everY comfort rand satisfaction of highgrade shoes M tftt aminimum of cost and feel that you are m r apairofp They possess the extraordinary fit and style pf much more expensive footwear and are excep Itionally light kool and komfortable Made in all the popular colors BURT R PACKARD CO 11 BHOCXTOH taken MASS GUARANTEE READ OUR North Rnuuit- k oUJdneB15Bin 20pin oIOJdne24Spm I5EtICH MAD f5 OUR GUARANTEE theletpair free I IlIlInolsCentraIRaliroadTlmej Table At Beaver Dam Ky Nol dn l wiui anew Month Bonud Nomdu llttam No 101 doe S 48 pm No lilt dor 805 p m iM H E Railroad Time Ta- blefat Hartford Ky OTalnB pass HartfordVat the follow Ing times NORTH BOUND 3127703 n m Passenger Dally 014r3ilO pmNixed Dally except Sunday SOUTH BOUND Ilr900 amllxed Dally erlcep- Sunday 113r307 miPassenger Dally Have You Seen It Advertised nndIIf you have and its good Drug Store article we have it We dont however sell a thing simply because Its being advertised Wo must know first that It has merit and that the advertisement tells the truth You can trust our judgment In these matters So It you so It advertised and want to look into It come to us Every truly meritorious article that a Drug Store should keep is in our stock- Remembei that and when you wen anything in bur lino como to see us Your Friends HARTFORD DRUG GO Incorporated Most of Your- Earnings s1 t I t 4 j t stSo why not see that this money Is wisely spent There Jsffeihnfess to think about economyMJ1 This suggests to us that this stonp mightbe of service to1 you because UK aim Is to deal in grocery good DetS How well It succeeds is a matter I f for each customer to decide personally T We would be glad to have YOUR I opinion 1IlersGrocery r r J BUY A PAIR TODAYA I SOLD BY Hartford Republican FBIDAY APRIL 29 Window Shadesall wldths t Fairs adytIIlade Muslin Underwear at Fairs Money savci whenyou ibuy a spring Suit at Fairs I Poor prIces on rich Clothing at Carson Coa We fit form pocketbook and fancy I Carson Co New Hats every in FairsI millinery parlors fatn cy Fairs Spring Suits excell all others In pattern and style Fairs lino of Ladles Oxfords is the prettiest in Hartford The best Corsets are the Amerl can Lady found at Fairs Readymade Waists and Skints the real new thugsat Fairs Dont imagine you aTe getting the correct Idea in Millinery until you see Fairs Quality nest work and stylo are what keep up the rush ini Fairs rill 1 Inlery parlor Mr C 1 Maxey and brother W W were the guests of his daughter Mra A C Yeller city Monday Let l showyou new WhItO Goods fancy Wool Goads and new designs In Snrhrg Organdies tMr Harold Holbrook of the Va11l built Training School Blkton Ky is visiting his parents this week Mrs J A Bennett was tho sliest at her daughter MIB J W Sandefun No Creak several days last week Misses Kathtwne Craig and Ma Bell of Owentboro are being pleasantly entertained by Mrs T L Grif- fIn city Dr H J Bell of the firm of Hardm Bell dentist HarWord Ky will boat Cromwell from May 2nd to May 7th for the practice of his profession Mr JC Fehl an expert stonecutter of Louisville IRS accepted a poI sition to do lettering work for the Thomas Monumental Works of Hartford Miss I3 Wise until recent ly has been employed In the tale phone exchange here has accepted a position as saleslady in the Rosen blatt store Leave your Laundry at Cleve IJera grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madlsonvllle Steam Laundry Madlsonvllle Ice Laundry Company Incorporated t1and EGGS FOR SALEPure Barred Plymouth rock eggs ltO setting of fifteen Mrs W Sandofur of rural souls No 7 Hartfordy Ids Telspboaetarougi Hartford exchange it Y 1f- r 0 Your satisfaction 10 our success Carson Co Shopping there is pleasant Carson Co We neither buy nor sell questlo- able goods Carson Co To gIve largest values is our con stant aim Carson Co We buy as low as we can and sell the same way Carson Cof Hartford Mill Co has lots of gotEar Corn and Oats to sell Fairs Mens Hats department brim full of spring novelties Dont buy your LowCut Shoes un til you Investigate Fairs line Do your spring shopping at Fairs Prices right in every department Exclusive styles in 111111nery Fairs Styles are new priceta low We are prepared to furnish you Dry Goods CLothlngHats and Shoes Carson Co Mr W W Maxey Bowling Green Is visiting his brother Mr C Ilax ey and family Bovver Dam Call Tapscott the Florist Owens boro Ky for cut flowers for all occasions Cumberrlaln phone 451 Schlemmers bread fresh from the bakery every day at W H Moore fc Sons will deliver only with aSle r goods Wo will exchange a limited amount of good bacon for cIco well cured and well trimmed ooucitry hams W H MOORE SON We have a beautiful line of decorative and wedding plants A post m from you will bring a price list Ta scott Florist Owensboro Ky Mrs J A Westerned and chil Carson guests and weekII In Hart Georgetown Is the guest of his former classmate Mr McDowell Fogle He lies just closed a successful school nt Dixon Ky and Is now en route homu We will ship stock from Beaver next Saturday the 30 instead Monday May 2 Parties Intcrect please take notice TAYLOR BEAN and TURNER Messrs Charles W MuUIkin Mc Henry William Bryant Roslne E W Smith Ceralvo and Geojgo Vln clent Certertowni were among our callers yesterday Mvavrs R I Barnard and James Black of the Liberty neighborhood John SmIth Ceratvo W C Ashle North Hartford and B F Beam of trite East Hartford neighborhood wt rois among our callers Monday The valuable Eawn111 of Mr John T Rone Centertown was destroyed by fire Tuesday morning about two oclock The origin of tho fire is un kcown The loss entailed will amour to about 1200 without any Insurance Leave your laundry with Lyons Duke Hartford Grocery Company I for the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond Indiana This laundry always gives satisfaction Prompt delivery Satisfaction guaranteed 28tf I am now handling a complete dine of feed stuffs Bran Corn Crushed CornOatsPoultry FoodCracfced Corn Crushed Shells and Mica Grits Also flour and Meal Strictly cash W E ELLIS 34tf Hartford Kyf The condition of Mrs E M Wood ward who was dangerously ill suffering from puerperal con vulsions and who underwent a nee essays operation Monday evening Is thoughrrier nhjo will soon convalescent o Is being attended by Miss Isabel Grouse a trained nurse of Owens boro Dad Miss Susie May of Hut ford ropresentlnry g y House of Louisville Is in Hartford d this week wiring the new depot He will put about forty electric lights into tho building Mr Burkholder has just finished the enormous job of putting over 5000 electric lights in tho new State Capitol at Frankfort where he with a large force of as slstante spent three years on the work Ho is an export electriciannnd d thoroughly understands his business Messrs Andrew King and Thomas Johnson who have been engaged in railroad carpenter work along thed line of the new M H E for iliev past six months left Wednesday for Russellvllle where they will engage Y in the same line of work These men have superintended and built a depot and section houses at the three towns of Hartford Moorman Dundee The depot at Hartford an exceptionally fine piece of work Messrs King and Johnson are of experts in their IJne and the many splendid buildings tHey h econ are monuments to the sill cjeucy of their workr 1 i w J Editor C II Barnett of the Repub lican Is the guest of his daughter NashvilleTene3see Mrnand Mr Homer BlatdrfcTd wero married at the residence of the brides parses 012 Triplett street Owfenslwro at 830 oclock last Thursday morning They let Immediately on tho L C train or Leltchlleld to visit relatives of groom after which they will re urn to Owensboro the home of thoLj fineis irony und Is a worthy young man The bride spent byre girlhood in Hart youngladywish them much connubial joy ust27 Rev A F Gorton filled his regular appointment at Smallhous Saturday and Sunday Owing to the Inclement weather and the water being so high means of Use members could eat attend The roll call meat lag was lxsgroned until the next reg ular imcetlng the fourth Sunday In May There will be two BertmocB and Sunday school on that dry There were twelve visitors at the Sunday tthool Sundry Those from a distance who attended Sunday school and church were Mr C T S Over ton anal Miss Ticheaor Cen tentown Mr S W Bilbro Matanzas and Messrs Albert Lewis and Browns of Wit Point COUS11Jas1IIccdrlx here Sundry They welts the guests i SaturdaypMr J C Drake wenit to Moorman Monday and returned Tuesday ofL1Ir S E Hunter went to South Carrollton Monday Mr 0 W OverhuU went to Hart ford Friday and returned Saturday Mr Georgo Reid Is not so well Mrs Dutch Houk and son Harry and Blackburn Fields of Herrln 111 who have bran vfslitlng her sister Mrs Zack Reid for the past week dateofSpringses 1 family of Mr Jim Wlthrow Mrs Joe Bullock daughter Hazel and son McElllsare vlstoing her cis or Also David Luck Cemtertown Mr Joe Klnchleo went to Center town Monday Mr Jess Kirtley went io Island Sunday and returned Monday YIEWYApril 26 Health In this community goodFarmers are getting behind with their work on account of wet weather ItoIo weeks at Red Hill Iita day Messrs A T French and Henry Morton spent Thursday In Oweusbo to BrunerHurtel Nmva otsfiho secret marriage o Miss Lunette Brenner and Mr William W Hurtel which took place nit Joffer mvlllo Ind March 2Cth has been received by the relatives and friend- sit the contracting partres hero was the InteAtioa Of these young peo to keep their montage a s ce- or some time bu as the eras In most instances Imnwjdlao frIends learned of the trip across the Ohio and la a brief period It dens apes that a secret of this nature la 00ofgood to kop Tho bride 13s the isl ff Rev J W Brunar of Hartford and Is a most lovable lady Silo w born and reared la Hancock county and was left an orphan tf nn early age Sho attended school In the dawn try near her homo and at Oveiuifl oro Realizing her position as an onphaa girl and having abundance of rhe qualities accredited to the Kentuckian she was prompted to seek her fortune among relatives In the city and It asWethere been engaged with a leading department store as series lady toOsome timeeThe groom was tiara and scare to young manhood In flits countyc with the exception of a teen years at Lake Ind with iris lather In the timber business For a brief periodb he was clerk for A R Renfrew Company general moichanta nC Dun and later held a like position the Economy Dry Goods Store to Hartford In the early part of the ear 1904 he entered the Spencerlan OommtorcJal School alt Louisville roan whjclrlhstltirtlon he graduated Sater He was at onto tendered a position as stenographer with a lending menu facturlng concern of Louisville He p worked to that capacity ice a rumba business firms In that city and later worked in tho capacity of stonog rnphernnd bookkeeper In southern and western clUes For the past year ho has been chief stenographer for rt AaaN II IIJII o IHosiery is a small item in some peoples minds Bust how im portant it really is Even the savage who cares not for wear ing apparel will seek to protect his feet We give Hosiery our best attention We aim to sell only the best and give you longer wear better fit and more sightly goods at the minimum price If you would not darn for six months you will buy from us a box of Holeproof Hose Manys are satisfied however withun guaranteed hosiery which we sell Burson Shawknit Har vard and other goodmakes You will get the best if you tile Louisville Demurrage and Storage Bureau which has charge of the start age and demurrage of all tho leading railroads of the state Mr Hurtel Is another of Ohio countys sons who Is maintaining the reputation of his nativity as tho mother of honorable and honored citizens He like many other young men of Ohio county who have mada their mark In life was foorn on a faiou and has had a touch of the combination of soil country of and sun shine in his boyhood days sufficient to acquaint him with the roqulrments of life on the farm and has gained his present stafMon in life by honest toll and application The Republican joins the many friends of Mr Hurtel In extending hearty good wishes to he and his ac complisbcd bride ROSINE April 27The people of this com withf1 days continue much longer the doctor will have something to do A revival meeting has been in grog withItbytand Rev Roblsan of WlHIams Minos Broths Roblsou says 1m will visit uu again In the near future Mrs Llunie Leach has a nice line groceries and will bo prepared In a law days to furnish bur customers everything lit n first class qore asJiro Mary Cummings is Ylsltlllgj her daughter Mrs R T oIHartford this wee IeIMrs John Alford and family AnIdrew Alford and family aril Bud Al ford visited their mother Mrs Nancy Alford last Sunday Aunt Nancy Is delighted beyond words to have her children with her in her olds age are glad to say that Rtxslne snot without a prayer meeting One IL Monday evening and on Friday Pd230 p m on reach Sunday Mr Dawson our produce man Js visiting his folks this week Ho will e back with us next Saturday Mr Stlnson has been a help to the peo plO hero and we congratulate him in hU work Notice to Teachers The Board of Education Hartford District No 1 will elect teachers for Hartford College for the coming year Saturday May 14th at eeven oclock m at the regular meeting place of the Board All applications should be 1tlimoJ S GLENN Chmn W S TJNSLEY Secy Done by order ot the Board 2t Why Not Get Th- osePHOTOS Made Now If you neglect it or defer It itrBring the babies send the old folks and come yourself The price of photo supplies is go ing up and we will soon have to charge more for our work Better come right away Schroeters StudioO- vcrRcptablicnnOffice WANTED CAR LOAD OLD IRON AND JUNK Will pay in cash the following prices delivered at my place of husi ness or depot at Hartford Ky Friday and Saturday April 2fI and I0 and Monday Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday May 2nd 3rd 4th and 5th ironfreepound10cDryGreen Bones per hundred pound25c 7cLightIlOund9cLight 7jcZincLead 2JcPewterpcrttnd18cOld JcSolid05cBjcyclotubes per 9CRopoRubber No1 Grade per poundGc Rubber No2 Grade per pound 2Jc IJcGalvanized worthlessAll s five hundred pounds and upward to bo weighed on Mr J W Fords or Depot scales E ELLIS MANHartford f n hr I M1lh MOM THE BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS Some Timely SuggestionsAll Sorts of Useful Hints on Im portant Matters We have no doubt that It we were to examine the windows of our flower loving friends Jus now at Uio dose of winter we should find many pants to a stunted and wrctchediooking condition Theee stunted plants will nearly always be found to be affected itKb a disease called rust They are cot growing nnd went to have Dome to ix standstill The foliage la hard and tho ends of the shoots black and in many cases gnarled and twisted There nro many plants npr to be thus affected Tho hdlstrope the verbena and the fuchea arc hill es pecially suscepfclbie to rust It will not often injure young plants unless they Lave been grown from rusly plants The rust comes from varut of vigor In the plant which has been growling in the same window all winter with little fresh air It lids become Ithoro ughy I bound and imjuoverislwd and In th2a condition easily falls a prey to the common dkoaso described aboveWhen plants get In this condition the first thing to do Is to remove them tba cooler place with just lioat enough to keep thorn from freez gag and give them all tho air possi ble Now that It Is the season for planting out put them in the open vA once and they will soon recover and grow out of the disease showing clearly that it te change they want Primroses that have been flowering all winter will now be pretty well filled with eeedpods These flower shoots should bo cut crack all yellow leaves cut off and the harts fed with a pretty strong manure water This trwitaiont will causvj theme to fend up at once more flower stalks and you will get quite a pretty show of bloom from them before warm weather But if you fail to take this trouble front henceforth they will do lItHo good- Petuniag that we have o bserved flowering beautifully In many windows the post winter are now pretty well spent and yellow looking In the main jmnta or petunias that have been flowering all winter are of little account aw uhoy are a creature of only a few months at best They will not stand much sthnuntSon in the way of manure water na there growth is too soft If they have any young shows from below It is better to cut off all the ripened gnrowth and allow the streriRth of the plant to go to developing these young shoots In this way they will ba showy for awhile longer- Freezins aro in most cares about through their season of boom and now while the tops ale ripening is tho season to water thum with stmu lants as they are developing their bud for aijcithw ywr Keep them going until the tops are iirdtty well defined and then dry them off and place them plots and till without taking tho bulbs out of tho earth away ia C dry place whoro they twirl remain until the latter end of Hum mer when tfhey can bo brought out and fiUirted fur early hkmmtog Now Is the pnajrar season to sow tile wed of CWnn ustera for early flowering Sow In a shallow box In the hours awl by the time they are a sultublo size to trueflprant the weather wlH be worm njough en per mit of ttllledr bring iitanem out fa the flower border la itrvjMiiiaiiitiine them wlect a cloudy tror the work and thus nave too tremble of ulradlug than liar a ii r crop the Iftgtaafag of Slay is a suitable tbne as then idle reed on n lie sown In the flower border TIle ilwully aiomy to the aster to tile block beetle and you mutt waKteh for thorn when the reason ot flower ing comes Go over f ho plank every diy and sake tho bugs off into a pars of hot water Somo eeasons they do not annoy tho asters much but at oNsr itfmeo ahoy ana very destrttojivo meters llkp etronig ground and plenty of water when In bloom IliIlado Jila Eocord r Humor of the Day Would it bo any crime If I should catch tome hell In this pond the excursionist 6kd of the match from whom he had hired Uio boat No was the icplyk but it would be a miracle SIBtrass angrily How dare you talk bfack to me in that way I never hoard rude irajnideuce You have a lot of nerve to call yourself a ladys maid nra1d1 dont call mysolf a ladys 7 maid now maam bUIt1 was till I tthis Job i 1corgeMotbcrIvetnkcnthe draw t tog roots clock to pieces andt put it together again- MotberrOh you bad bby You cent have It put together gwoperly- rGeorgeYes I have and Ive got several pieces left over too i Kind old lady to tramp Have you over made nn effort to get work Tramp Yes maam Last month I got a Job fur twp inembena of my family but they refund to take It A younng mara prolix but dull who Kad been monopolizing a pretty ddbu tante and entering Into a dcaoription of his famy remarked Now my brother Is opposite of me in every respect I would like to meet him the young lady remarked demurely Why to ptamoney called plnmorw TomDont know unless Ia because it gooa where the pins go Where is that Oh nobody knows Very slippery the floor ramark ed a young man an the band played nI popular waltz Its hard to keep on your foot- Oh then you are trytEg to keep on my feet are you said his partner I thought at first dt was accidental Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and muffs All work guaranteed Prices reasonable Hartford Pressing Club I Big Show At OwenSboro Friday May 13 Ring ling Bros WorldsGreatceit Show to be there on that day giving two perform ances This will be the only opportunity this year of seeing the best of all circus entertainments This is the show that amazed Now York City with Its European company of actors and its extensive now menagerie Its parade is the longest and most superb spectacle that ever used through the streets of nay city on earth On April 31883 the five brothers gavo their flat performance in their homo town Baraboo WIs on the public square They made heir own tent and their own ring properties The audience sat on planks borrowed from a lumber yard T hey clad ibut one horse From that lltvdo onering affair to their present stupendous organi zation the history of the Rlngllng Brothers reads like a fairy tale They began wlh nothing They now own the greatest amusement enterprise in all history Tho reason of their imccoss is no secret It is a ooulfar conMnatlon of the right kind of talent and a policy of uprightness in dealing with the public Even during Its early days it was a good show Among the many European features offeod this year are the Schuman horses from the Clixiua Schuman at Dentin Schevenlngcn1 and Frankfort Albert Schuman as a diner of horses to the most wonderful man In history He has made ten millions df dollars exhibiting the animals he has trained Tourists travel many miles Jut of their way to vfeJt his institu tions in Germany There nip fifteen animals In his aet They enter the arena concealed In large beer baweis piled on an Jmmeneto brewery waster They are not dlscoveied by the audi once until they kick tho heads out of the barrels and Jump Into the ring They boeln their act by puHing the bungs from kegs drawing n beerlike fluid from the top and dnlnklng It from UK glasses They roll each dth or around In bansrels Ilito + iwnltz in time to music They skip the ropo and smoke pipes FTOIU the beginning to the end of their net they remaIn landing ou their lend tout Another Front act Is prevented by the Saxon trio of the worlds strong est men Two of them form the Pillars of a bridge over which passes an automobile with six passengers Still other novel and great acts aro presented by ithe Lorch famllor aero bats from Germany the great Alexis family of aerialists Robledlllo the Spanish wizard of the wire the Duttonn family of riders and the greatest company of clowns In the world The new parade is a marvel of beauty Tho new menagerie Is a com plete collection of animals To cure UQrippe and Colds la 24 boars take QUICKSCold and LaQrippe I TADLBT81 II year IVIIIs dots sot keep ttcm send 25c It J C Mendenhall Medicine Co ErertyIOe led and get them post paid Guaranteed Force of Habit Why did you break your eng kge ment with that schoolteacher asked tile friend If I failed to show up at her houre very evening she expected roe to bring a written excuse spied by m- ymotherH I Horton Jn Womans home Companion for May THATCHER TAKES r THE OATH UF1 OFFICE ir 1 Salary Begins as CanirZne Ad ministrator President Be stows Best Wishes iI Washington D C April 21M H Thatcher of Louisville became Civil Administrator of tho Canal Zone in fact today when ho took thaaUI of office In tho headquarters of the Isthmian Commission today He then satisfied the other qualifying con Idltlona road through the executive orders and tho Isthmian records and In a general way familiarized himself with his duties The taking of the oath by Mr That cher ended a day spent between ithe White House and the War Depart ment The Prest lent wished Jlr That cher who canro with Senator Bradley tho greatest success In Ms new work and said that tho Administration1 eX- pected every man on tho lohtnrus to bend all his energies to the work Thl Mr Thatcher promised to do Secre tary of War Dickinson said much of the same and complimented Mn That cher upon succeeding to the governor ship held until rocenMy by former Senator J C S Blackburn Mr That cher also called upon Posbmaater Gen oral Frank H Hitchcock whom he thanked forth part Mr Hitchcock 1 played In landing tho 14000 place for tho now administrator Mr Thatcher will remain here n day or two winding up his affairs nnd he expects to sail for the Is hmus from New Orleans on May 7 In Memory Where amid the great changing scenes of life death has vltftcd the Clear Run Baptist thumb and claim ed as his own the wife of L C Hoover Sister Hoover was born April 29th 1859 was married to L C Hoov er Dec 31 1880 Professed ft hope la Christ In 1878 and fired ti true Christian untl death April 15th 1910 aged 50 years 11 months and 15 days The funeral services wire conducted by her pastor R E Fuqua She was busied at Clear Run church She Icavti a husband seven children and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her departure Wo feel that in tho death of sister hover that tho church has lost one of its best members and no children ever had a better mother She was loved by all who knew her She suffered greatly but endured It with patience until God called her home May the bereaved family over live as mother has taught them and ever remember the lust words that she said to them that Jesus would take us all home ait last HER PASTOR CLEAR RUN Left Over From Last Week April 18The farmers are very busy preparing for their crops II1r Charley Baxley Sunndulo visited his sister Mrs Sis Hoover at this place last Wednesday night Mrs L C Hoover died at her home last Friday night at 12 oclock Her remains wero laid to rest Sunday tit the Clear Run burying ground She loaves a husband and seven children to mourn her loss Mr James and Thomas Handloy of Indiana visited relatives at this place last week Miss Llvolla Hoovor wais the guest of Miss Nonlo Johnson MondayI Mrs Lila Patton Is quite ill Miss Treaslo Taylor was Ilij guest of her aunt Mrs O II Tiosloy last weekMrs Catherine Hoover of Barnetts creek was the guest of Sire Sis Hoov er Saturday night Mrs Battle Carson and Dnlsy Taylor both of Taylor Mines tired with Mr J C Taylor and family Sunday Mr and Mrs Will OarnllBon will reurn to their homes tear PhKipot Tuesday Miss Farm Harris Barncttsi Creek was the guest of Miss Nonlo Johnson one night last week Stops the Cough heals the Lungs QUICKS COUQH MEDICINE If not better then any other money back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO RVANSVILLB IND Taking Medicine When one observes the general at tlitudo of the public Tit large oven much of the instructed and intelligent public on tho subject of medicine taking tale wonder is that more people do not perish of their own follY It Is to bo supposed that vben B physician prescribes a drug he and he alone la equipped to know what he prescribes what for and how much and how often It should bo taken It P9I50nlmeor in thin wrong cotnblnaMonJaml yet although It seems incredible ono I tIjfFvuL continually fIndabtherwfntelltgentp- ersons arguing that If a spoonful does good the procctB At cUre maybe hu3t sicdby a spoonful and a hntfjor that having o gott6nloo medictno the day before double doece today will help them to etch up or that although the writing on the bottom says before mesh they never cane remember 4t till they have finished oatlnng There are also thq rtdlculous per none who seem to think that they can hasten mattoro by taking a parent medJclco or Boaneonce bttorcQI1 a prcecrilptlou that a friend recommend ed at same time that they are tak ing the medicine prescribed iby a physician but of couroe without et V lug anything about it to him Hepoor oianmay be wondcringnvhy a certain drug should be faUb g olf Its expected effect or perhaps acting In some cunlous unknown to science Sometimes he oven writes bawllder ed lottera to the medical paporstelllng of a mjBterlous patient he hue encoun toted who has proved ot be utterly unresponsible lo tho action ot some well proved drugor who has reached to the same In a now and itecdfylng manner The this of omission os frequent is those of commission and the moot l1n gCTDuslof sill There is no excuse for the person who leaves medicine bottles round where children canrcSuh them or who has the carbolic acid or the ammonia on the washtagstond A few simple rules In this regard can be made and kept by every one Let there be an Inaccessible ehelf for medlcico bottles wherever there are children Never pour cut and drJnk from any bottle ulll e Erections have been read Always keep dan gerous fluids such as strong ammonia cailbollc acid insect poisons and the lUre In comigated bottles Why Not Read The- Courier Journal HENRY WATERSON Editor I WE CAN FURNISH YOU THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND THE Weekl- yCourierJournal Both One Year For S150 We can also give liberal combina tion rate with Daily or Sunday Cour ierJournal Write 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and August an three weeks and Third dcontinues1 May and November two County CourtRn W S TInsley Clerk C E Smith Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Mohday In each month Quarterly Quarterly CourtBegins on the third Monday In January April July and October Court of ClaimsConvenes first Tues day In January and first Tuesday In OctoberOther County Officers C S MoxDey Surveyor Fordsvllle Ky K F D No2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hart ford Ky R F D No2 Henry Leach Superintendent Hartford Dr A B miey Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS B S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday af ter 3rd Monday In June Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December O E Scott Cromwell Wednesday afte 3rd Monday In March Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September Wednesday after 3rd Monday tn December John H Miles Rockport Friday after 3rd Monday In March Friday after 3rd Monday In June Friday after 3rd Monday In September Friday 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Uonl mnd0e111 tnNBbla OD lentSrOlden a Patents taken brouhAluoD ok eofPlet4l flOUU eIIe hi tile Ahandiomely111astretedweeklr Sdtlltlfk Jlmtrl oarnaL1enn YCtkIearl four monthL JJr UNi CQ3BIBrWasWN8W 11SEEDS reallnlblPuf1 1 FOR 10 CENTS Ii oarboNJIfik 100 1 ek eedArmw1V too s p 110 u GoruraaFirei t Wrlie II ead leaY k bhp on r t Latasd a raeanail 1H1Jtoae t sRoekford r P a f 3 1 ijnaIEDBIS MONEY a AFTER BANKS fAILED bi tbof Amos Dadisman Causes Many Rumors of His Hay r ling Hid Money on Farm I chfntJer tla being taken resddeats of the Entorn g hood in the report that the anon mid by Awns Dad Isnurn one the oJdeSt resldenta of that sectlo- whoc1k4 n few days agO Is butt ion iris farm and that hofamilymb- cem unable to locate It It ts a ported hat Mr Dadlsanen lost usev tnal thousand dollars In one of tbe- oonlks that Palled hcC and that at f tar that tom lw refused to pLace his money in any banking nstltutlon n but conW1led dt about the hOUael burled It Ho was a very eccentrIc old man and had ftlved ElVcWcimt that he poasibly could dunlng hIs life It Is not thought toot he 1- nil oat of lids savings In the bank bene ktrt that hq bard game other money hfle some credit the report of the burled money others think that it was a emnU amount but It Ls gen easily believed tOOt he brad money hidden Mr Dadismma was for many years r i pneaeher and had charge of churches in DaVlos Hancock Ohio McLean and other counties this section lIe wag very prom neat in church work and was Mgh ly respected He retired from ac tlvo WOrk In the church ns a preacher about flrtoon yoons ago Dld slnce treat time hakl engaged In tending his farm His wife died about a month previous to hob death Ho leaves ono daughw Mrs Viola Johtlnon- Evanusvlllo ori and one sister llu Catherine Winkler of D1t Zion Cheap ClubbIng Rates We have made all arrangement wi tithe publishers of the Inland Farmer of Louisville whereby We are ennbled rjo furnish The Hartford Republic r n- and that paper one year for 150 The Inland Farmer is IL weekly Jou I nalJand one otthe best farms page pybllehed in the United states Our rgfdere should take advantage of- thb otter U s New Ghosts and Old 4 1The belled in ghlosts turd in the su- pernvtural gememily has been Pre vatent to all ages and In all CU1OO- 98a l the the WashlLngtoIl Past The Twelve Pables of the ancient Homan law ontnlnoo provisions against wit crof atld soroord The Ti ern world has always been a prey W upe11tI- t10n Science and common sewle have dawned upon such beliefs to vatn Whun Shakwprore shows uu tl toe ghosts of Hamlets tathCr and ti witches on the biturted heath aon- dmW Macyedh aloe of Ohe oompa eco tho tJ11CiCtor of the blood boltord Bnnquo tdWng lilt the feat he Is but giving us a vlvlJ realization ot the rof his own time not of the dot parods with Which th two groat tragedies deal Ira fact it may safely lJIe ilIlterred from OOVClal of his plays that ElIzaI betJwn end Jacobean England Was re lug with OO1et In the PrCltcrolla Deslden did oot King James VI ofI Scotland hdmselt ere yo he had succeeded his Tudor rouslnon theI throne of England pen with Me ow royal hand u learned trtlUre on d- 2nrology In which he sbrttyl 1tnlood the fearful tlbouncJi1tg thls time do thts eotmtry of then0ole dotestable saues of zbo dlc1 tho- W1Itcl1ea for onchant and aocuscf of Sadduoolsm all those who dsnl- tho xl9tenCO of aplrttsCrM IfoJrl PL1gram father thandtaxed wild l1uro and ssstiagv man wltft equanimity could not far all thttr Puritan Itralnlns rid hhdmrol of this dread of the pretaromtuml3ndI the fanatical outbreak nainst wMtchtl I Icralftatward the end of the sov fuciIth canJJ tuvy nineteen persona were of un I canny ftgenclea lIn our own day bpJofs are in a Imb condition It is a very maters world wb ilvo h We profess no Iongiw to marvel The wonde- wnoughtby rs L ochmce are ouch II do the OOJI icr agq would hayo brought that r i rto a cruel dooJth at the stakeWe are fnclInedj OIl the whole to be of Wee earth earthly but be hind the veneer of out extreme yndd- nttD x tJ1m lurk regarding what the tell of another life conceals those pri anal inaneth which ctviltzatlon in aJI- i a t4frt8 has bIgnally tailed to i Hence we have s Society of Pbrsl Reoonrch Hence We baw Dr Wuutfing Fang consuYttng me 1 f Hence owe have Mr Wit t T Stead go tang up in she heart DIdonabuMU for apooks wheret a or cenaldeiJamafaguinea yA- t u f can Wand ummnn sp1rltalf tramfrom the vastip Md at lethe etroumnanibinet air And what ds to be said or thooo- myatar10us visitants whcsla app ear angees nt Wdsvdeor Cantle aril York shire and in different pnrtsof scat land havebCt1l ucl1M fOr by baronets acbd ladles at high dlgl but a lord high chancellor of En land by King Edward VIIma modern ot monarchshImself Kath IYerlDJO of Arngnn Anne DoIeyn npd borQueen ElliabethmrJt to mention other ryIt august personageIS Would sooty ofL0 have again taken to walking then earth and atvlsitdcg the gllmlises of the moon Longworth Convicts BeverIdge Mr Longwort1l in a speech Muridry nJghJt at the banquot at the Prosldont Was fur ostJte lttanooat tucked Senator BeveNdgo as did pry ens ct the speakers Mr Lanlgao- or call Is a mewlrer ot the allays null 3feao Comm11Joo of the Houc He arid A Tfpubllcwn Senotor has rocenrJly attackd dIe Payers law and defend ad his vote against It The west pram 1 Wont of the dut1es whIch ho oppose arc thme on iron ore and lumber The duty on Iron ore under lUhe WIlson taw was 76 cents a tom under the DingIj law 90 cents and in the Pnlll law it 1a ib cents In 1907 the duty rwas an avClltlge ad yalorcm rnte or 12 per cenl U the day of lb coal had been do force title averages rate would have en only 6 per cent Cain a say one serlousdy argue that n 6- i cent duty can Iw of any substanltial 1benefJt Ito the Stool This or to owners of iron ore in this countr or that n can have oven n percept iblo tnlnuellce on the pries to oon uml4T Wits u Senator JuaWfl I In voting againSt rtha conference port when lt went lto the extent of 60 per rent of the eight say accord hag to his view The duly ow sum was reduced from 2 ta L25 In Payne law The Itopublican mcmbars of dIe House Commlttxn were aim oot- em1lly dlvldod on the quesybon Of the lumber duty and we akquested t7re then chief Corcswr Gifford Pinch to give us rho befit Of toed knowledge and Judgomen3 lIe slat that trop lumber under prooent con dl9ons would hate proc1lrolly no cf reet on the price to the consumer sand I dO niot believe that tike con senutiorn of tVhe lctresta requires a r tattler of the Tariff Or would ho ai cd by a reduction of the Thrift lumber Senator Bovenklge and lIr- PJDhot aTe nit exactly the OlptSltO poles on the arras importhJIt quest In the IJ1Iitt law It Is use1eaq to t to muddy the waters or to ahem to mtsreptkent the exact Signtrlcancc of the reJacd nay vote on the atop thcat report had not bean adopted the duties oarJllcd in the Dlngley law would be lU lm full farce and oUartto and our oertants Ito revrro the TlJrltf in accordance with the pledges of the Republlctbapart Mould have gone flr naught The wan who voted noon th nyadapticnotthecanterrrheralxrrG voted agtlnst the reduction or iii cent juLore of 50 per cent on stool rails cG 30 per cent on cool of 26 per owt- on dressed meats gaialst tree acid osnot tree oil free art FrEe Trado viJh t1I Phlippinds against the maximum and minimum Tariff lid advocated by agesJ1against the Tariff board agal tha corporation tax and other provision of the new law A pant of the n the revenues UDder the Payne la InIy eliatartdchs of slty For every trti of dallyrtece tty upon which tiu1- 1DCaem duty has roan ILn6l d the duty on sbniar nrt1cle iras been reduced m that on mora than 6000 000000 bf articles yearly consumed iu country the tluUle have been reu IIhsIngle nrtlcle of woorlng rtppatal warn stallsved tltbbleon the contrary many of thou ave been reduced EAST VIEW Left Over From Last Week April 19Rw rorn1s LLshbtdo filed his regular nppolDtm at DIf Run churCh Saturday maid Sun day J Snow tell at tlrls place Dtoeday A Very Leavy olootric all anld rain fate rr nightMr P spy School croaventkan M Princeton a aat week Dflsi Dfancha MaSCM is spending few days vrlGh herslsturMm Wd R1dgoway of Red Hut- MrRIOhardJ1aYlorHend n is vdarg a elaveery lh this vlclalty Mr end 3ir W Hlrll1yfta1 spout Bagut day oral8uerlayRod Hill Seine unknown pahtllea hye powa tobaicco edoOdr WEHln1onsln gtgif i S- 1t j TREES ACRUSS r i THE TRACK s Gave Illinois Central Train to WteHorse Branch NarrowEs WrecksThe IlUnom Central passeng train had a narrow escape from a wrock Friday night while enroute OC- IJ1O return run from Owensboro Hotae Branch The train wns due to ietave the city at 630 p m but had been delayed at Homo BrAnch on accouwt of tho liMo arrival of lraaaengar train N 162 bound north and lIS a re ult did nOt arrive In time to Jcnve un the raturrv trip to Horse Branch tin shortly after 6 oclock At Shorts taUOIll a lantern a slgthed the carrier waving the danger signal When the train mme to a stAndlt was found the a tree about 18 Inches in diameter had Caien across too track lIS ansu1t oithb severe wind storm However the treO was quickly thrown aside and the train proooedoo on its run At ODonnell a few miles from Shams struttoun another tree w- oundf The train tau Into k brttncbea but no damage was done The Urrrdn arrived at Horse Bran seveoral hours late rOldest Mummy thePmt Elliott Smith of the Un- erityv of lrlDlncl1eaC31 has recetst mad n minute exnmnoHon of the maserrhom ot the Royal CoUcgo of Surgeons olderoeleven centuries dhantvny other knOw mummy obhet fourth dynutSy 3000 n C was found by Dr FlInders Petno at lodut1- 1Eg1pt tin 1892 and pnescnetdd by Mm to the musuum or 4bb College of SUI otgams Ahhouglr dLsooverOO so long ago Lt lee oary now rthat iris impolltnrao haS become svpparanh In tiro course of field work to g1Ilt nrummlcs belonging to a period six centuries tater than RaNcl3r1lhae been found but while time leas re endenonlmers over 3000 yards ago RaNeter thus TCPlseltS n 1100I0oIlnl the hlstJOry uonn ryknown but far his rprezcrvatiol1 Petriepts saes n it had genreaUy been sulrpcatd that tha pnaoUlce ICr mummification aas ca old as the 1tlsttry or Egypt Eo that no special slgnlftranlce was ntJiadhied tho lscovCIY of a mummy or rohe dnaty Specimens to museum were often ruclgnw do an early dynasty but u foil ibvestigatlG ot such specimens has oon1nOOl1 Pro Elliot Smith who from lorog ox peltence to Egypt fa aril qualified to dge that a1 of them are cLther mummleu ermneouaty referred Ito anearlydaiaorearly bodies which had been cntlJalmed but only deslccat neet at1tllflClal wrans The methods used by the tIII1lJalmers or the fourth dy- Harty will be fully described by Pro t ELUolt Smith In u promSa1d Ipubllca tine Meantlmo It may be said that the art had reached a high dogrrb o periodwThe lady of RaNefer is elaborate made up to slmul n the form In fe minute details or his body OOIn- glIoproduced with a fide it0 that atl3 ties the taxi ml eye of the rooter AnAtomist After DInneemsDemonras are great diners an dreamure tDaumeroble are rtho trl of the party that have boon w those early hours When the ban table Is flying slgnal9 of dlStlroCS3I and theca danriatssels have put fir finishing touches ou thQ feast Ami gray clouds that mdse from thgars 19 lieen tytw mseate vision of vldtoryCThe dinner of Jefferson county DemocnL1s at The lbnch wits no exception Dy the time tobe smoke hac cleared away the State and rthe NatlODl had boon tattled by ovenwhalntingm Jorttles Some dtfforncooofopfnkm lttomedto wEt AS to who was to carry the State Choice lay between Mayor Heath and Senator Combs the intone bedag t spourod by ono catloa rinceton famous tom having viola pledge given his CoRStltuents to vista tea the oounly un1tbm the Jnt tornombOI cdby Mayor Skein of 1Ssites city awarded the prize wltlvo tit entering arlval claimant In Senators catlcbts eathwiasm ho urged Ithe sipper bill as chief trn why our diatinguiebed aSntinlatrmisl- ygldei e ahotrld box advansxd tohigltor honors Daubt eue hIrdMatorSkaln vent+ baeona fioxthelaeloctiost of Sea atComhs ho wouldthave instanced gentlemauwhIch outhnmoved Uncle Joe at the last sccahYn The sekollon od Dilly Klair for Speaker of the next House was in lroelplng withtithe same lofty ideals of rewarong d Otc EiOrvioo on behalf of the people We regret that no Kentuckian of sstillar honond rcOOTd suggested dyhinreelf as n fit nominee for Presided Moor Head o awed t and lack of StaiOO lrrids In going over into Ohio toto dlscascr cloy Harmon as a na Uona1 larder The modest Governor of our nedghboring Commonwealth wo are convinced tees not county him sett 1n idle same class with such canto nest statesmen as Tom Combs Dilly Kla1r and RlPllei Bill head What hiw- he ever done that can compares with the unselfish deeds of those reprentr- utives of the people usWe trust that Mayor Head and Senator Combs will be able to reach an micabo agreement ns to which Is to be Goernor of Kentucky Nat ural9y local consldtrntions incline us to favor tho farmer and we suggest that Senator Combs mIght ho willing Ix accept the IleutcDlant Govornottlrlp With this litto dotlil arranged the ReopubllctlT18 will understand that thee holding ot nn el ot1dn In 1911 musts be pntvry a matter et ifIormwuls vista Herald Cold and Qu1Ck S LaOrippe Medicine Guaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrippe NeuralgialJ C Meodenhall Medicine CO1 Evattvllle d byThe Poultry Yard Let other folks do the tuncy poIlLtr business You stJick to preatlbal work Keep tho brovdur patiently clean and always iced the chicks Ina class place it you want them tO live and thtdvo The baby ducldl are just ns IWo1 off In tact hotcr 11 + Uuut water do swim In until they hUrC grown their crop of feathers Bits ot meat rarncd out with hlJo from the barrel and hit on Ule ground wUi gfro heT1S serious dL7wu l trouble Dou1 risk dt Keep your hems from stntylagov on your nelghbat Be pal1tlculnr apbou this 11 hI hI3 any crop growing I here In the northern latitudes May srl the last montb when hens tucttld 1 set Chfcka hatched uftpf that sell be too latq for Wyxg rQnIL Give the h uSes a good uoantnigand plow or trJado up the yards Dirty houses breed verarttn and soils ub lccubakora for the ga WCrm GIve tho turkey hen runt her brood a corp largo enoUgh for the mother to move about and stand erect in and you wont ho BO alit to have bad luck Gutrea awls will roll bo Laying and a watch must be kept on eked r nests as U is thcdr nature to hide thom The eggs had WIlr bo ched 1 by keno Us annoying perhaps just rhea SUPller timeJt u have to sogJ to wash dirty eggs when Ute hen breaks one but this 1s a ask that must put oft until tomorrow nJtbojIt fowls must turn nt largo over a arm by all means one I breed and glee them aU the flare knowledge and attention passtbe You will have romcthlng ot which you may be proud and that will prof you financially rot well because hens are out on the land ntvly do not thmeforo think they do ant mead shohsq and such rhfngsl They may not be able to find a bit of that kind of food tin all their travels A shortage titre is apt to meaty indFlits li the month that gapes are nmore or leaspmvaiont on heavy sells Ohlcks should lOOt bo brooded on the same ground that was accorded to leadt Hover before used by+ poultry WhCl1 hens begin to lay softsltelled It t3 time to ask yourselt1Vhere am I falling to give them tho trod they need Dont be satisfied until you can answer that quooltO1 Almost always It la duo to a taCk of shcllmoaklng rmatm1at Wheat bran senuehed eggaholls cu bone broken mortar and oystershells are fine for making eggs with good soYd shells From May Farm journal diteaThe CentertownJlngb3turlal District will have a mil mooting for lho pur POSe ot oleoing II Finance CorrmllMae May 19th 1910 at 1 oclock and IIIother business to he IIIttondOO to that might come batae the body H L DROWN Pmeatlent Gentertowa LocaL Chlia CrYFOR FLE CASTORIA A Poor Weak Woman As she Is termed will endure bravelyand patiently I agonies which a strong man way under oughttoobtainthe tothePiercehasformanyIn His me treatment otwomene diseases than any other physician in this country efficacyThe and deneate PrescriptionIT WELLTheare fully set newlyrevisedonreceiptW L DOUGLAS 300350 4005i100 SHOES Bestln he World UNIONMADE Boys Shoos 200 and 260fart Color Eyelets Used W L Douglas shoes are the lowest price quality considered in the world Their excellent style easy fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of payinlhirhyou need a pair riye W L Douglas shoes yourfootweargood in every wy as those that have pricesIffactories yourselfhowmade you would then understand Why they hold their shape fit better and Wear longer than other makes tJI1TIUIIW 4 Douglas name and price Is stamped on the bottom to prOI81 the wearer neelnst high ptlrn and Intoner shots N n fauns- Una L Donalts ehKS are not tar sate to lrLDonslasnrocktonlatay0 CARSON Q COMPANY rsc0RPORATED Hartford Kentucky MeCALL PATTERNS r Celebrated for style perfect fit simplicity sod Can or by mall direct More sold than any other make Send fur lire catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE More subscribers than anyother fashion magazinemillion a Lat etiquette good atorles etc Only ro cents a WONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS to Agents Postal brings premium catalogue end new cash prize offers Address TUE McCuJ r0 a to 211 W rth St NEW you weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified it Is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter +++++++Io+ + U ++ I + + + ++ + I INCORPORATED f i ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH t E G ff tiIH tFF Wi II I + + + II+ t + THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 135 THE REPUBLICAN and 160 fIlE REPTI1LICAN and St Louis 175 and fwicea Veek Owpnsboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN uud Dally uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Oboro Messenger 175 fIlE REPUBLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and NOW Idea Womans Magazine 130 TIlE and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE Draughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 3000000 capital and 19 years succeslt to secure potsitionu under reasonable con lions or reload tuition BOOKKEEPING neartyevery mllllnryplaIn patternSubscrlbe ElectricBitters railsInANDSTOMACH 1THE KENTUCKY Ught aildolder Co COSYro IORBARRASS Manager OUR CLUBBING RATES CourierJournal GlobeDemocrat 125aTHEREPUBLICAN REiUBLICAN REPUBLICAN G0Oa Positions Bookkeeping in three monthS than they do in six Liraughon can convince you SHORTHAND acceptinghispropositionconcede 75 per cent of the United States Court Reporters write the system of Shorthand DrauRhon teacheS because they know it is THE BEST y FOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain wI call on or wrIte JOHN F DRAUGHON PresIdent J DRRUGHONS PRRCTICRL BUSINESS COLLEGE tsooaroaATZDJ EVANSVILLE ADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD I MEMPI1L- w lB IREAKINGto is the iellow who thinks we cant persuade him that these fine clthes made for us by I HART SCHAFFNER MARX Are better than any he gets made to measure better for him economy for him better style better quality Weve eon vincing a lot of just such skeptics right along The clothes do it allve have to do is to get them tried on Men are sometimes a little stubborn about that but once they get into the clothes that settles it Theyre the best the most eco nomical the most stylish and about the only clothes that you know are allwool We like to get the other Iellow too who thinks these clothes tooare high pried hes easy is he once gets started theeconomy is too apparent SPRING SUITSJNew Suits in browns 3000GreatThis store is the home of Hart Schaffner Marx clothes BROTHERSBEAVER LIVE STEER FOUND IN GOD STORAG- Bourbon county Farmer Locates Missing Bovine In Ice house Paris Ky Aprl1 25A dead an- dlzmncmbercd tytrr In cold storage Is- n thUg bo IJeJ Ugbtly COnaldered by tho callous slKICtator but Iifillll a 7lve pteer in a cotd st ge con tuatodly nuUuching straw alter un inn Jrl9J11incl1t of cevcral daysls Indeed a decided noveky Thats the Ul usual sIght that greeted Dl3hap IUbler when Sn search I III for a Iat steer lle found Wo anlmalia an airtight Ice houw or cold s oragc Plant on htit- aVIJ near Panda FIve steers bad Srayed and t wore recovered but the rUth seams n m of mysterlaas jdlssaKiarmtycot ThUD a fa nihan1z reciiUed bavJng i Boon tIhe futasl of tfhjca of its dleappcarance rleaikai8 tor- c J rX h- y ylid f ago ant containing seeral hundred tOilS of Ice the door of which had theEopen door foil through the operttt3g but uninjured calm munohed straw In a temperature rangIng aeDw zero until taken oat of its wlnte quarters ThreeComets This Year nalleys comet will flat onjoy toll comedis are due to cross a path orthe earth this year The that is known as Tempels Pl1rodlca1 comet discovered In 1873 July 3 at Man Its period Is about live and onobulf yo1N and It was reobsmved Jn 1878 1894 1899 and 1904 making Its perlheNon paes age on the lat ocrablon In Noyamb er It IIhould therefore return do the coming sPrI1g DArrest s comet discovered In 1851 is Ithe second comet and is due to return during the summer todat It return In 1857 18701877 1890 an I1n 1897 nut It escaped observa In1903Chlcago1 RALPH April 2GTho farmers are getting greatly discouraged over the ruin and snow Mr und Mrs Rorslo Taylor I ISl- Me fed slscr Mril Dodo Taylor Saturday andSunday Mr No Howard ebarted FrlMy to NrushvllIe Tenu to visit his brother Una Howard Mr Ford Taylor moved his tamUY to Dundee last wiek Mr and bird R F Taylor visited their daughter Mnr C F West rtield near MasonVllre Saturday and Sunday Mr and bits Russell wept to WhllICSVllle Friday shopping t Mr Ronda Wade called Otlllt C Greet Saturday on basins oJ ollr and Mrs Taylor avert to Duooee Friday shopping Sunday School began at Ad1bUrg SundayDr O W Edge paced through gotn to ue Jan Hx who bas bees hurt bya ntnnaway eamcMr Estlll Howard and wltoAvent- to Whileavllle Friday Mr Robert Taylor visited hSeBlst- or Mrs RondsWade Sun1ay fIr eN 1 Dundee visited relatives hcre Saturday andSundlY LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK April 19Rev R E Fuqua flyed btu rogunlj appointment Balurdaybut being called away to cteaeh the fu totlUhisMisvee Oeritudb Taylor and Addle May Edge were at meBw1day frcan- FOOv11o where they are attending school Mize Shultz ot Fotdsville visited untilSundaIlIraIDd Mra Ram Taylor Visited their psarent3 Tuesday AirC w Mooeloy the road bteN Beet begun soon patchwork onalto road today which is very taillY need ecJ Mr JF Taylor Balled to run hIs mill Saturday on tc of high water Mrs Ronda Wade welt to J A- Edges WEdn yabopping Masomlelodge lf J F Taylor T A Taylorll- E Taylor c I Fer D E Far tester Ronda Wade RE FuquaTdwa tr f J lJijg j j flopktrsdatnngedgrethink it Is not all lalHed yet- Mr Jeff Wade has moved into his nawdweltag BuildIng Contracting newhou8elike to make you ptllo on the cost ot the rat can furAlsb the ma tbcountrye f w WAKELAND Builder Contractor lIarttarltKy Notice To whom it may conrzraI FrankIAllen Jr foe to act for himself to trade dob nE sue andhe ode d- as thD1tgh be was 21 yeenrra of age I not OO1e8JlOneible It ranyolhls sots ortra1liCatlcn This AprJ112th1910R bf ALliEN 38t4 CeritBntowaKr J f cc I WntedEveryone to know that I have PlumbingHeating Establishment Complete WaterWorkaQut fits fr country homes at small cost if All kinds of Pipe repairingb neatly done Prices reasonable land work guaranteed Estimates cheerfully fur J8hed JobnLWilliamst PLUMStiori f HarNordLKYof c f t