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it w4 be of keen interest to many of our readorat It IIB Sundy afteruoonln August eighteen hW1drnd and flftyslx4he weather hot and dry Ina small own lu Westerun Kentucky ttwoweU grow oJachool 8 climbed to the beltry a altyled oout1Jhou and weta lying on the pn4ectng abase goittfn the benefit of what bNO there Ilo be had They loud gone Over th j freak and the Latin pronounS In theirlessons for the morrow and now eflentlxooafemplnited the quiet- pencetul I c es ton Iookedthe de pt re- 1 t- j posetow of the 5bltnnts were caring It had been a day of rest- contentmentI sietintngly given aver to lBIrdS worn not 81uglr l dogs were not barking cattle wife not lowing r ch11dron even had Ceased their notSIYI geanes A blue thin snoke up ward from maD ohImneYB whero th I evening meal was bang nade ready The big red and sinking sun was about todisk the hilt mDge two mlles ward The big silver sphere was al ready above the eae etnI horuzon 1 Such a aene these boys were okE lug down UlDn But ltzrkt A dust cloud arose In the north road A horoomau came at speed he fJElIl1edI elated hehad ridden fast and his horses fla ks were Necked wIth foam He mot Po citizen and whey conversed a nv fl1Ot1 The citizen flew up the etra sbouting aloud Two or threeI 7nem gathered on the corner and to t- khemtheho man imparted hia dews They soatWrrd std each oao became ta Round Robin to spread the rePort Mon women and clrildron old q- to i young bhack and yvhdte s mad aring up from groundas irit had been sown with the Of tiu 4 mantty Rlldt1e proogUme had oc net t The boys were Qln cllurrboringdorya the creakY id der to ldiuth buzzing tumult I LOt us becalm T1IS1Sjidt tittrion but facts as the Writer recaiLS them l Remember It wen at n time Whim a war cloud DIIght bane Mien teen on our hordzon wotibt all=Ianeap tJ1e oldor headslrrofOrrad be dg They kept ors vobinaIds eztnenie- etmaures pD101 s ho applaud d demagogufp tfofoai Iter hot t be war tackowalni Ii1tothe vortex of deathaarrd ruin They were sovrlag the Vih hie lr Jtble Con tcl v1lJ tJ1e grim reaperto omewtI1t tr the haryiast- t slrouM be ready 4 8ut to rmime tpbecuewgwas tlikt- r iiI 11uer blsek mienelavee bvned In our II 11 11IIQWaJ1ad hee seel1 1J1 1 their ay nortbW 4rumHrgAIL1a1 A fltt men tl11ug Mort OClJletell a t tcelmot was itself could havearous 1 Eratlr tOpulaUOIrhadp th8I at tTS u 1ntsome with guns njpletgJJ 7fr merne on foots someon ithI3 jcit ll n f eager to puraUe and onlr a4tg- r e r 4hawaTif r- t1 t Afertwe1Hnountedaoo bold rldEQ rar eh kfo14 to 1 oJ ldbn lfaliewrtads were drawn aaaddilvntotM 1ledeeThe t y4 mere od otwltJa Aboutt a day q r r 7 Btattbut good rseal w dcwer come that Thus t1 e 1il bOg Four menweregonennd they took peaSWere mu ole nod bone Was rant slsvcry legal tied by the Cot lotut1oDt oCtho Unit ell tatra and by tM lawa of Ken tacky Qn the very spotwhere tht- micttemetL rail white tnOOtootildbuy arid sell blacktiter Anayet could we have pLaced theses at that instant tb- Ertel a Jlbwor and climbed tQ Its top wo could perhaps lihvo seen to the north a gulden thread wending by day among the bluffs and dense rests along Its course by night a pillarY andnrat peace except struck by the oar of some Canoe stolen tram the tnQ sreach o Rivm and ruxnway slaves crosscd it fnquenJtly to aummerto escape lroll1 thralldom Itw a mile tiro Oritho other aide no one could own A slaw e beoausrChiefrdioaded that they e0ttldi not find any lam la It They fled W oiuiada it they ware not captured on tile fVay Great Britain afforded aretugvQFiAt ell by Columbia Heaven receted a ligbt house above the harbOr The North Star was burg In M Runaways ql towed the mad after orossiag the river They traveled only wt oight They pursued the course totward the North Star The four men left their homes on Saturday night Thus it might be nearly a ly befane the TI1pldlyfsole knowing they would not b0 pursued the first night It was the mfull megaanl J9t turned out f 1nn10n him pees They tellftiacks In the dust They fC3Ched and OSed the river early on the second tylgirtand hotel thpurwuers reachediL They IWeJlt In twostdach parbygutded by tbe Wir abov The pursulng ywae hashily tiformed It Dsmtod of too mad day lug nloumtcd on Nihe neatest horses lib the town It nos dark 100 faro theY started The bat rlda rtiachcd ClJJe chief town cm the adze p beQcre daylight There Rhey aroused prInters iet new do the 1Orknnd here were tt flying through t7h e malls and by trusty agents handbU1s whit the usual picture of the run with the bundle over htn should They wele dispatched toO every terry and cNJssxnds r1n that part of Southern Indlrna HavIng orouzed the er country the slave hunters end- dnorrthward The pursuit war sysJ1l site Traveling both by day ad aaSghtnine they scam came ubrrast of the ways The OOIgrocsOOOOgDfzed thday from their hiding places on he wooded hula Thy tcpcmted mart tight each taking roM of him soliarch Pursuing the COUll o toward the North Spar They dared sot take the Tct1ds and creed forests and oornOitids For tWo aightstheY fig ed their pursuers and clude O pndgrees The tag of earn dodgers- and deacon gave out Tiler became weak otd hungry The pursuing party p2 on scattcring the bandI bills with the temp h1g reward 000I of the pogroa re one from a gate peew hOr hec a d apub road As the Kerducktlpsi 1 ahead tb lndlaaIIJDs arolIe bmtlrrdtbe n- Tborevore men toIadia +anrhamadec- apturingrrunawkryl 1 teases by for Wo taw aadst l y neerentllltJzed taiid knew every hypaUt It was d r mat they had rtlretr panorara on the SOuth silo dnduoing they slavver3 bo ten flirt and guldTg tl ern Ie uc1 SltAbe tdverortidm art IthtlT 1e annoy 11her were then bdttayed litor the h nil JfifiLenw Woo areld them tea the w3ttd Tula was negro 7eviden though aclidtd not goztnKeatvckY courts Itlreesean uhad bcentpr4eon m rthwould Mtt wrrstehedbenegtoes were at last Laical taapprorol iodies tOT fOOd art roarldng rswene f ll than wwa left to thew dthe1Jf4a+e to filuaa abomllUlrtellJs1avery ask of diem to Vain noiwJthSta ag TJlney lS law Bitt all wee oflhie way of thln tlnig Ono ask- d for tir id and aooerI by a- ehoitgua Hs aauruan dortd Amottetfjwas irises LJa Sbrlage wda thftt w trailed by lag ertrpaQ and talteql- iu bIB h log p1ae Ln daylight The 0 CoAtinued oEights J t a I l 1A COMMENCEMENT GREATSUCCESs Large Mudlences Enjo- Dsplayof Local Talent Thirtieth Annual Closing Exeri cases Hartford College up to Standard The thirtieth annual commencement exercises of Hartford college a nd County High sohool began last Sun day when the baccaladrRate seem Was delivered by Rev Virgil Elgin at the Christian church The school marched In a body from the college building to the church at 11 oclock a m where seats had been reserve d for the entire school and the Icrmon was one of the best ever hoardtn Hartford and contained muchfnod for the minds of the students which wl1OOO la tlag heaffpt to them On btauiday eveAg ay tiro Opera House the chlJen ot the fart IS scond third qd fourth grades und Misses AHa Likens and Mattie Moseieoy turnllihed an exCellent eJ tertalMIlent consisting of eopgs drill e recitations and dialogues The pupil la these grades gave the h1ghest el- y dance ottborough training and close personal attention upon th part of Ue teachers during the school year OnMeadayevening studrnits In the tiftl lxtheicveath and eighth grad under Profs W R anilA E Ellis enteatalA- tn ell x J1an entirely satisfaCtory to tho large nudtrnce iwhlch greeted IibQm- t The evening was seppt wIth a nun of good dlatoguea and ti drill try tara girls eachot which canled Japanese lantern anda clown drill by the boys which sure both peclally enjoyed Profs Ellis ni- Hedrick have been very successii11 with theft punlls and they gays awl dente ot thorough olralclng durln the exercises Wednesday evening fire girls of the ninth grads gave n play anrottled The Ramiro Kimonn Ttu play ptIsted of two acts aM was full of laughs ble and Inten sng incidents Follow lug were the cant of characters Nellie Van Tassel President of th RaInbow Kimono fioclcdy Lell Glenn Ruth Ashton the Vice PId- dent Daisy Wedlllng Alice the Treasurer Flora TayliT Isa4 Sutro the Secretary Bwle Hudson Beatrice Courtney the Class Poet Diary Felix Olive MCnCerp PrL sldetr- of the Bu kat Ball Team 1n1aRUiY- Wlnltred Turner Student corltnfl e Woodward Edith Jones the N- Senior Cathorlne Pendleton Rot e Jackson bits Ponlopes Iwplht littl OOlored Maid Mildred Elgin All o the girls did well and trio char actnrizaUoril of various parts was very well done- Thuteday evening the boys and girl of the tenth and eleventh grade gave a pay In threeracts entitle Professor Thia was also presented and eujoycdbya langeaudf- ence Cast Ot characters Professor Johan Grindell1Prhclpal otRafron High School a marl who does the ork Of tent Rhea Hatcher Mrs yaltha Mortoh Grlndemsr ia WIfe who knowsverylltlloabout theachoo- oan 1 Alice Taylor Mrs WHI1am Morton hia motherinlaw who has foyer ytslted Dear John before T31trace Haynes Professor Mal1kam Wright his assistant who iartehota r If and absentminded Has rgilen n- GaIllger Gurdy a blacksheepE8tI- JDatn Margaret WoodwaTdoUter wise 11kb a Freshman Lela Mngnn- Mr Frank Sawyer president of th- graduatfsg e class i DevertMoley eIt netass histerlas I William MlaaMI1UcentiC rom Philadelphia a 1Uv pupa Annio Mod Elgin M1s SophbtSpald GlennIJf Board of HeNw FeltxMaltoo maid Beatric e Haynes Mamo Hensellleading ladY In She 9toop9 to Conquer 1j Belo V TaylorO Mngvra t- FlcrMts end Attendeetsf- To Sight the graduattng Lszercl- awllltake e3 placita1idllr ireotoall- The4ollowing program 1fribo Car rie4roglt JDrehU i1ae In4eietitfep Rev L 1+ + JiWJ Druner vocal SqloDreamln- gw iingy orat n IOD 11 eHanry H rook Jn5 rumetltal SololIark OraSeVocal ol His Eyos Me- M po Crunfld TatlonSUCCES1J Soloymeatof Woman Nellie E Smith Myerlielarlpdpan1 Levi Oscar Coleman Music byrJ od ducatlon havekvteachersq4d6c one Hartland College and OlifqCounty High School Among1 ho deserve special mention fa- on aitastaace In prefutring and rendering t11vaflous Programs are Mrs J S Glennwho helped materially lru coach inr41ao yrohng people In the two and bile Margaret Nan Mrs Virgil Elgin sari bliss Thompson who as81tod In furmehingthhe music Baptist Church Iiogular services Sunday Sun ld school aeesinnr9a45wt lkrnsr rag warship at lL qclock tlrome or aer moo Thu Christians Test E veu- er its worship at 745 All will rnd a welcome at those rorvlceacJ W BRUNE pastor Ji STER TRAIN TO HARTFORD eSfial Oyer M H E Will Drum for Madison sonville hat 4tbe Hustlers mogan WJibhfa lit VTOw the lIutIer has in augucrted II movement to run II dateddry to Hertford over the M H8c E nlroad beg one pmvedtu be a buslneliS Aetcrfor any town that has stuff to sell md which Ls fortunate In the posessJon of on terprlsingbrr loess men Who are in favor of REACHING OUT for more tiueines In the territory that is naturaWy and logIcally contributory to their town- a The completion of the JJadlson- elite Ilarftatd Eastern rullroad shoulddvilla enterpMrea- The putpcsv of thIs special Boost yes Train will be to dvertIilladl sonvtlle In a general wryns a trade and tlnlclclal center and will bo taken advantage of by the menhanJ eeb- as an oportunkty to advertise their erprL8esfalong the route of this road Tlio train will be equIIt and run as an uptodate Booster Train old should he consisting of engine hag gage Car and conch and It Is expeG- ell ter that all available space will be oc 1copied by the hustling boosting bUI nets mgr of lInd15cmvlUe who 111 take part In this mOVEmlcnlt to enlarge their business and extend their aphore of influence throughout the territory to be vatteda field that 1sV4 rips tor this missionary movement ofM SIOIIE BUSINESS His This train will have hero early In the morning data to be announced tAtEr anti will mako stops at nit the IDwnaaong the road between hie placezjidHarifoQdci railroad company will co 1OpCTBtj tQ every way to make this great busllessbul1dlnc trip a brilltat t Success Madisonville be Hustle V son Oho ounty Girl is the West 1yphavorecenUyseem u communl ptiontrorri Vitas Colorado which pro fella 4i of the popularity of Miss ri DoraEliP former well known Ohio ddlnty girl Mlsf ParIs has de rtvoloped IntO what Is known in the west as n ow Girl and can manage his a bronco Equal to any of them and although she is Well pleased with he plalna ot the west she st11T yo- tafas bor love for old Kentucky und oxPeota + do return when she sots thro4tgliriding Jrol1coi 31Sa Paris Is tho dughtgr of MraDdJlIiloSo S N l1uddaugh erof lIrsJA Parl4 of HarSlorl4 MAY ORGANIZE PARTtY Farmers At St Louis Dis cuss Affiliation Gompers Said to be Pushing Ile of Political Com blue St Inuls IdjMay 4 Aplan for n pirlltlcnl union of the American Fed FarmersrEducational and Co lel1ltlve Union o America with Its 3000000 members being worked out at n conrereute fxtMr tween labor union and farmers un- Ion officials la this city colncldeu t with the farmers tally now In grog yeas Samuel Gompers president of the American JderaUon vt Labor Is bq hind the movement He with Frank Mmr180n secretory Of the America Federativn ot Labor and twenty other later otliclals has been to xcuthe session with the farmers executiv- cainmitteo e for the last three days and ys as announced tonight that hb plan probably will be IndorsEd l GomIJers denies any Intention of forming n new political party through au amalgamation of the farmers Unions with the American Federation of mbar His plan he says Is to Induce the farmer to be panttE an In- Jrlncllle and not In party lIe hopes he says to induce the agrlcullrrrlstr- at the country to nOInlnnte4Jm d elect men favorable to the betterment of labor conditions regardless of lIoUtI cal attiltatan Met Death in Pond stanley Sturman aged about four years the son ot Irs Alice Shear man met loath by drowning In a fishpond near his homo about one oclock Sunday afternoon The young lad was found a short while after thIY nc eldest by his brother Byron Shear man raged seven years and a play mate aged slue DUrIng the heavy rise in Caney Crack last April little tanley Was rescued from the muddy waters by Blckham Stone and thus was saved from that terrible tale How little did they think twat one year hence ho would meet death by drowning The burial took place ut the residence nt eleven oclock In- temnent In Olaum cemetery Joe A Barnett Dead A telegram was received In Hart ford Monday from Denver Col an nouncing the death In that city of Joe A Barnett n former resident ut- Chia county His death was due to tuberculosis Mr Barnett went WesL about six years ego for his health which improved lit first and then grow worse He was about 40 years at the tme of his death He leaves a wile and one chllda daugh about 14 years old Besides theca ho Is survived by his mother Sirs Ellen Barnett of Livermore Kyd two brothers and two sisters they bolus Messrs Sam T Barnett of Hartford and M S Barnett ofL iv- ermore Mini Virgil Stevens of Den and hiss Mary Lindley of Liv more He was a member of the ethodist Church and a good man remains were Interred nt Denver Court at Calhoun Calhoun Ky May 2 The McLean- rcuit court convened hhrq this mottrlpgy Judge T F Inrkhead pro aiding Owing to the tact tire Cann- moaweariths Attorney Ringo could no present being dw7talned In Owens boro 0111 account of the illness of hill and by business is the United States court Mr Will Boston was appointed commonwealths attorney tem Mr Ringo probably will an- re Wednesday The lust ease to go on trial is tho formaliciouslybrother JqhDi Austin The bmth- tusarrT ldedon the tarns of their father A jealousy arose between thElDl over their father Jotwr dJ1dod to move away and in loading wagona- vrtth Is household effects he pwt la- some stovepipe which William said Was not the Kroqerty ot John The teeult waslardwMdsaIld fhb shoats and wounding o1 John bt Wll 11am Tho pipe probably was worth 25 centi There Is only one murder case ou the dankvtnnd that Is agalll Delbert Qlborn charged with the murder or William Comm Osborro Js 10 YOON old and Comm was a year or more yrounger Doth were attending schoo- lat the Porter school houaenear Beech Grove They became involved In a dlllpute resulting In Oabornoa strlk tng OoTUm on tile head with a bae aarWYSOX May 4Mr ad Mrs T D Case bier and daughter Gertrude of Muh lenburg were the gueate ot their parents Mr and Ira Q M IJentcar from Thursday until Sunday Mrs Margaret Taylor Was the gust ot her daughter Mrs W P Bnnett from Saturday until Tuesday and Mrs W lJ Campflold Mrs Louisa took Mr and Mrs R W Taylor and daughter Sallie fable sport Sunday with Mr and Mrs Q J Benton Itsres Ellen Hung and Pearl Dayon Pont spent Saturday and Sunday wIth burs Ira Benson Cool Springs Jllre lIn11Jo Den lon left Tuesday for luhlenbulg to visit her suer Mrs Georgia Cafobler and brother Mr Charlie Denton Mr Billie 1Vllliamsom of Juzerne spent last week with his motherJn aw Mrs Jfanguret Taylor Jita Villa Coleman ILopcwell WM the guest of 3lrs Ell Crunk oro day hat week The farmers are busy plowing anti planting corn They are bullring a new telepl1an line from ysox to Rockport FOR THE BUSY READER In n speech nt St Louis President Taft replied to criticisms of the np- ltntmcnt of Gov Hughes too the Bu- llIEl le bench and r eferreil to the 1l- Ileged utterances of Mr Bryan In tills connection he spoke of the cant of the demagogue A mob stormed the jail rat Greys Station near Macon Ga and find Ins nil tho prisoners removed set fire to two negro churches and ne gro halt The obpects of the swatch were four regmes chnrgrd wlttl as- smlt with Intent to murder Mrs Io111 O Swope mother of Mrs Hyde was on the witness Stand yesterday She told of the hurt ill ueslS or Col Swope and son Chrismau- 11lthout emotion she calmly goJe n synopsis otthf Swope trlrgellca with out attacking Dr Hyde or his wire The Anrorlcnn Federation of lntor and the Farmers Educational rind Co perative Union ot America are holding conferences III St Louis looking to rod the organization of n new poUt leaf party Samuel Campers Is mid to be the originator of the scheme United States SEnator Percy hers nc cepted all Invltltlon to meet ex Gov YudtUnan fn Joint debate ntn political rally at Ludordalo Springs Mi58 the to be fixed as soon as Vardnuttn can be located Between IiOOOalLd 10 000 people are expectEd Including all the members of the Legislature 1- Thp Kentucky Court of Appeals lathe case of the Commonwealth vs Payne redder that Scctlgn 474 Ken tuclty Statutes was unconstitutional and yold Iq so tar I1S IL fought to Impose a license taxottOUriehr on all sellcrs of patent medlciiies etcept- druggtets nt theIr place of bushfera I FAIRVIEW May 3Rev T J Raton tilled hiss regular appointment this rpfuce Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock unday School rout at 3 oclock the usual hat4r or mceUng- Mr and Mrs Alec Doswell and littla SOIl Arnold vlstttd Mrs BesweUs parents Mr and Sera J D Mitchell dar Grove Sunday night Mn and Mrl Tom Wilson and little daughter Stella Salem visited JIll Wilsons parents Jir and Mrs J It Wilson Sunday Miss Myrtle Drpwnd returned homo Wednesday utter a wccka vIsit with relaf4vesat Render i1lre Mary B nom and Miss Annie Mcrs visited Dirs Et11o DosweU Sunday iUss Botele Raley Roslnee attended Sunday School here Sunday Come again blls4 Bessie f r 9 l MN 1m4JACEff BY BCI l1SE L I J i Republicans egln Campalgn to pefute Misstatements o- tj J11QcJai w RESULT IS NOT DOUBTFUL t t V Voters of the Country Well Know WTN How Unaf It Wpuld Be to Trust vrxi the DpmqeraU With Power Vj Record of thoPajtles d TtGreaterQUstqflS clmJrated by the Democratic party fs god Ing to be iliot with a campaign o refutation by the Republican party and for the next siX months the people- on the one Jiuid1U be asked to be liove the Questionable statements of the pemocraOc party or to 1nvestigate- t thb facts and figures as presented by the Republican party We have had such campaigns lore and although misrepresentation has sometimes re suited In succosa jrot for the most part the truth has brought and should bring victory ITho Republican congressional com has been fullr awake to the sitc urtion for some time and has been iiuletly doing all that 1t possibly could to offset tho wavu of misrepresentation which has been passing over the country largely through the dlsgrun tied and muckraking magazines and som dally papers which are still sOre over the fact that the tariff was not made on their special account But hereafter Republican speeches In eon grcss and speeches made by noted Republicans throughout the country and the regular Republican papers will toll the people the facts about the tariff law about the pending legislation about the work 6f the administration and about the record 6f the Repub lican party In general and in partfcu lar and leave the people to decide whether they wish to keep in power a party that does things or a party that simply promises without even the abil- Ity or tho opportunity to carry out ItsI pledges Some very noted speeches have been made ecent1 which th peoplefebould have lho opportunity of reading and so far as it Is within the resources of the Republican committee they will have this opportunity One such speech is that recently delivered bX lion Nicholas Longworth sonlnlav of cxPresldont Roosevelt before the Republican State League Clubs of the plstrlctof Cohtmbia This speech has 1ow put In pamphlet form by the congressional committee ahd a million copies wlfl at once be circulated Good Campaign Material Another notable speech is that ot Representative Uoutell of Illinois made in the house of representatives- on April 1C It Is simply a compila tion of the record of the Republican party since 1897 Including every treat made by this government with foreign nations the various official proclamations and all the important public laws enacted by congress since March 4 1897 To many this would bo very dry reading and yet every loyal Republican should have a copy at hand to show toOils Democratic neigh bor when the question comes up as to what has been done tor tho people of this country during the vast dozen yearsThe speeches that have been made by Duncan 12 McKlnlay the west and In the south throughoutI in New Kngland have whole country and if Mr McKinlay could spare thu time his services would be In demand twice a day from now until tho 8th of November His sue cess has been duo to but one fact and that is ho has told tho people simply and plainly but very forcibly the about the tariff and the present admlni istratlon lie takes the ground that the tariff law Is no longer under dig cussion but that the operation of the new tariff law Is a subject for discus sion And when he tells the people of its results of the great Increase In f revenue of the Increase of employment and of the great Increase In wages all over the country and of the general prosperity that has corn to this coun try it leaves no ground whatever for hIS opponent to stand dr- iyicePrcjildcnl Sherman too Is add Ing to the good work and his recent speech ut St Loula is considered an advance in a over the speeches of 1othO1Ettlt1blicans as the rfvfctyprcsldeut lakes tbtt grbund that oWhilelJVQflhouUlglve ha present bill a v itrla at the same time yu should j in7hothoQuestionlBoinei Bchedule when a new tariff law fosJftmad nnd put on the tatutehoolis Legislation ta Go Forward frHi iWith Aba appronrliUlon bjlls out pf Jn jrtWaytli9 RnpubUcanjS arc now work tpegIl made in tho last piatOrth1iW t Fccoirimcifdatbhfi 6f Pfosfdenl1 Tut t As iistialtlilsprogram will bo opposed by tho DcmucrntJJ tin JOlll thaiB nIlJtl1 qnd house butJit fa beljeypd that tQ cnd oQhi BCsBjon vJ fbnt qw sesslons ft congress in recent Jjjarji have resulted In so much worf so ucJif bWcndfal qesfllallbrttotne poo- fple ottlfo ountry tolrftf fw wucs the record will I dll un1fU1d IHJ 1iY ipues made very clear Shall wo Slip 1 l porthere e dni1s aoi alL i 0 i1 0 g 0 rQ Iy welnil w r1Q i1r P Jt0 1ft carry out still further the pram mapped out by him and leading RDub lfcansorsull Wellcl1eckprceent perltyby a Democratic house that Willrcault in a donothing congress land glvean Iety tothebuelnees inter esta of the country checkUig the prp1 ent prosperity d t lpg Aempjp ment reducing wages and leading per bapstudIastorud panlcT Alltalno questions and methpds of Jegislatlp tnd of pcrson lanihUlon tOu8tiflk into iaslnlupqijqi as Vcon5patod tO greater questions that the people must depjd ton rioxt November and cone llerlnHthapl Republican record Ia one progrdsBi 1one or attainment is one or almost unlimited advantages to the people while the Demi ttloj record has ten aDlI and aD be abs61utely nothing ft would seem wlthoutdpubt that the people In their wisdom would return to he next congress a Republican majority in the l house or representatives as great n not groater than 1iatWh1th weiinov f have A Boston OVercoat I We have heard so much about tip high cost or living in this country an or the low cost In England that we cheerfully quote the testimony of a letter to the London Express whl4b seems to prove that the contrary Is trueThe writer of the letter Edward Fitzgerald says that a few years ago he bought an overcoat In a wellknow shop In Washington street this city a shop which he names for isi which is approximately 25 ItI certainly is a good article tie says but what Is more to the point the coat would have cost just asm chin England if bought at a shop of tie standing of the tone In Washington streetTo emphasize the difference between the cost of nd e1aysweekly in America than I evpi earned in England in a similar posl tloh In my proCession There is no reason to doubt Mr Fitzgeralds Conclusions Our country even with its high tariff is the best In the world High protectiOn cannot Impede the enterprise of piii merchants and manufacturers Ai for our workmen their equals In em clency do not exist Both forces were back of Mr Fitzgeralds Boston over coat Boston1 Globe A Keynote for the Democracy Tho recognized leader of Demdc ray furnishes the party with its is sue for the fall congressional elqc lions Tho free coinage of silver pi the sarosanct ii4ioof lcto lis the I platfbVm upon whIch Democratic can dldates should be content to stanid I The country must no longer be cru clfled upon a cross of gold no longer shall be pressed upon the brow or la bor this crown of thorns The cause of high prices IBsays Mr Bryan the heavy production of gold The quantitative theory of money is fully establlsehdi Mr Taft concludes it Most men of intelll gcnco we believe admit along with Mr Taft and Mr Bryan that jhe i greater the volume of gold proportion to products of field and factory bought and sold the cheaper will bo the price of gold In terms of these products which is only another way or saying that the prices of commodities will be high The Democratic nominees for eltarltrthat the keynote of their addresses cnnldldate 81unprecmoney silver and resultant Increase In the volume of currency would be most convincing But most pf us R pub thatPrlcelIarc Basing his conclusions on jthq ditors returns of postal receipts a dII expenditures lot the first halt of current fiscal year and on prellmfnary returns for the third quarter of the year which closed on March 31 Postmaster General Hitchcock predicts that the first yoar of the present ad Pflmorpreceding year The for t e first half ot the current year Iii bnjy 4072000 us against 10285000 r tho f1rlthnlt1Z last a reductlnI- of more than 50b0000 In six months I The rent publication ofitho tor8roturnsfortha quarter end dde cember at disclosed the fact that hoi I service had bpi on4uc t d duflng that period At nn l of 11COOO tho iargest auii11dz4cdrdd- tar any mittrtor Iti lii6 hlstbry oflei departWcnt It is powedi that the final flgurcb forth quarter endi d f MarchJJI wJU nlw show a surnj is olpso tpeOQp mr terpr be yenrJit e1jInttho Q next in n Hcav expend is of tho service will Mii fa 1iklfo sf VoW defldit butCH rexpe1l ltur If nrdJnoV runMngit will bar oxceptlpn fllIyismlL 11uj i The VoJt lsl r nJ YJlnoto KvrprtspdittUf pfcc 11P expcijuU tureg pyc rrc fox eqtire year falls n 1ov 1 0IoobOvhi hi wou JliJirOOI ruonthll jlitti 1 l r i Iiy J 1I Late9tJfveJn4craes ffr pn rc 1JtJUh 8ga Ki b f8dIM cltbeIFr t fEt lio 114- 1at l lt SIONE IN6S TA r Resident Ttfjt is qII Sflwch Makhrgrftrar t I lt1 1 51a- Much InterestinSite =ior Inter national ExppsliiioSl for1 Canal C 1CbitI6 n 1IiliS I flr1WflstiirEtofl D c Ai120Fho pjisi week In T3piigriea31fiSiBe lathe taine a iittJo ol1bnAge bj Senator Rayncr or Moryilfl jd urghu the InEuTgont RapubMoaraifta a p1at ful way to nllgnr frhetrfasTfia whero they beiongvwltb the ftnoc4ts PIlLS wia b1I9WrCI by 13en8fOit liver pi Iowa Who Infcfefcd TfeitUKlaiQnsurgcf f Republicans were ttooniUJ paity and that tIny would cdnitli jfi W uphold the pannel Dttotta to various bil1s1I I rtlnglt illin1nllstratt riE coacepHcn of tOO 1to 1tpo1fdi tire proceeding languidly nooh Houses but more Int6 e6tffe nraril feted fu the HnehatBaiIUTiger in vestlgatioii where Mr BaWngw him self has toceartty optareti B6ailwVtn eii tihan In the debates ttf Oomgrefe I The Preeldont has Jett tore city foi a few dayia It no doubt ffotd him great wjliof to getClwai troint and oaroHid Bffarnjbf wffIco Ac companufr bth3 nt1 iy aid Cap tain Birtt He left Wahi iWn at 7 oclock Friday for a weekstourjlur fog which ho wlllV1lsli Buffalo Pittte bung Cincinnati aM St licKils Twiy or more Important oasxgiaftmfsiiAvt been mado ait these plaices and the ProSldcttt wtfll deliver dTJumber of nd dresses Ho gave out yesterday that there would be ni 1uIn of politics and tJilit nerrllUf this speeches wcujd bo for the benefit of tJMjifamcTOi Ho win be fro ButMO early Saturday morning and will road Plttbung on BunSay wkero ho wIll be tfie guest p 14e d toQlnrMw Mrs Laffln whoeo liusibamd recently dOd Jt Is FfdheJlliih icmfdgtUndrnmklpg of the HorifC hoard in ascertailnltif the cost of ptoducttoni of toonwncdlt lea at home mdabToad will be the subject of Eeyeral or Uiq Prealdenia Bpoeches willo nwny It is alsp WfdI that ho will n apoloig re ftp ik Payne Aldrjch Jaw sad will po ni put that he la endeavoring to JoUo1Yn srfenifrc ml hodof a1 future axiff Lsthn dowmv rd IIf Pic cordance wihtVhQ Republican pjatfoii on which ho was elected i idle and eocia1 Washington is 1ilt this mqment much interefTed in a horse show wjilcli will be Iveld tnt1 Monument Jrtmap ParK 11lIc p Is beam i ing a point iDrlntoredt througnouV the country as the probable ate Irf the Intcrnaiiopal Exposition lice1Q brate th comlJII m cf the tatja ma Canal which it is now aaldHylll bot cojnplpted in 1914 Instead ort iS There Is much intereat In mill way aia naval circles wJtth reference W the proper Pro oction of this Canal by forUf icatlona The exSocretar uf the Treasurj Shaw and other writers on milltary and naval uubjects Urjg lug ehlp subsidio3 Ipompared with rap not actually In figh ng ship forii this epeclal reapeot we nio lnuch Btronger than the little istand ithgr- 4on outheotfi rnide of ti J ini w2lthJaPnote dnan Va lutvo and in Mf y and nnol4it11 ahips CT uoiUrl lq1ot wjilth she has a hundrc1o- our one She greatly ovomatcnta us It a notevory ore Ihat kpoi B thai WPcl1911r great Ittt of oiattlet ihIps v elyrourd The T wig t1 were MHft co- alsIric1abtip1hljs and rp otothcntries W tedmJQtInwne of warjGt- qtriajiqnacc4e tI pD I t1t 1irr JQuM dare 16 bft U94flflliy3ir and Irown oa WJJC fuJII navy mlha able Ilo reach phi1i 9 ye4whepp uldand ono htan Iflou- l wpn 1Q il tWP Our t1U1tfPh m 1rtJ7roid T1 1 1ffl1qeonccrvet1 m11 l- I the Panama Ca naliJ opened snit A our fleet can get Irila a pnilon to- U1t Q lm1y tP7n r1cn aig I lt t N1 Ttwi f lIl k iltLoutd Pf Iii11ld t r itriIjl r J Ii AJIf I 1 iYla k lt Jfrt1pi- rrl4 t i K c oct itcng 1ifis1I U1 14 C3 of ar io f in V0 Id IIpa and mke it 1m f an enny not tg- V Nl guns of beavdeat oaltbrx aid IIt1I ipaw 8d hlIcht th t tTdlfJuClpiFDTr nrMrlIh 11 hargostj tb nftK tmlt oa ElaEtdcg up 0- 1Irrr r1ttmca1 vn1c rm1 dhitIsywlzo zngot the for C seIf- obeZd1a j MmwI1rJ WOTL5 9dBalm is soldbyaU druggists tOr liO oentsc orjnalled XtfJlrBI108b 56 War ti 15l I tIWR k r tfie b1tI I He will ibeot J CTe service to ih f nation in hla now capacity than n could 11fFhfi ty lL49W Jb of LF Peyjfn lll ayJo thpi p se ni ilklOt tbopoii to him fO jox13nIW yearo et4 Detroit Frce Preaj His retlinnornf item cavtle 1parti1i plon in therpoUtlcal alfalrof New YorJ Iaqxtinicly lIk tItQJ1P ii purUlcatIpnpf tlifi party Rhlqy l ie 01 goodtiIng f rr the lsesbtt a ukrnNJtice prr yaa t mJJ9 Mi61- dJ WtThOC3biCOD 1 U ltQ e c tdh m oetlYfS tho Surumo court- witiiout 11 3bI6IC snemlcr ron etwd t1qi MUlsslpiJl and Paiifornia O matWrwhatI jtaen Mr Ifughhe nny 1gto ho ighest trlbinnI b Lhe J t4Ih in ogretiabe that 1re3i- 40Qt TlttJtO14I lLVC IU5QLI to TeC ognl wj iieWspr1ght tIc ICIPetJt1L- lon QI tho SUp lzm OauriChicag o Jorrr1lq i Hct JisjhQwn jiilmspl io hO- of a iniait upjljntchjpg l djjyotlpn lo prlnclpje di3r a sionaiey apalytfcai itt tIo eic am of quealpri that ckm bofpreiphjm JeCgpjnI ieratktho iipdlsregaz41lio ylejdice to none f n nurOOi If tJ pppular rights cpit IJ to Ignore iUl1kcmIeJ tcmaiicled inJusticciPttWtDL patCh ri 1 tiPkSupr J tt h bozui will 1tA1IO bfni- put oi the fIpldot Jegls ttye- p ferorm e oWliul it wilriit1O is llt s nifrv Posltfuitfptw11ch tlon experleiio tralnfng Und charoc Sen iTae people balieve in Charie fe gre ely Efrepgtilien ihe admlntstra Lion ifi th coidyce ci thIj publtc st Pail ftoneer Per Children 1 Cry i 1 FOR FLETCHERS i CAJ9RAWith Hfenry WaSUTson Insista that rbaity rctX nlziB ih RocQereSt the inAn flU hfrrsttock The point Is MarNs Dee il Theodore RooseveVf has Impressed Buroiw wlthtlie tact that the function of an American tourlat Is not neceaaarlly llmUed tosicahtoritgsnitLh- lohongOWaahlagtdn Star j Roosevblt 1s aiHcOVenlcg that hon ejimooalng Ui the greatest worldMrig1 uro Jhoa Napoleon U not eo private and witlringa maitter os gojreg oa u weddlce Journey as a niorff Harvard graduac Stl Louti Starf I Let Wall street beware Ctol RODE vblt dodged the Mlond and the1 etoe p Ing sickness and wasnt jnumnMWijd AU3ItlJQt4a r H Roorrelt cpuld gci slAopypld Egypt so thoroughly aMrr pd pp wJa4U- happen when he 8trlkta Ainierlca1 DiovelandPlaiaIealcri 4 i j 1 iCks dicine CuarahteI cure olds and LaG rippe in 24ioiirs Headachd and Neuralgia 11L30 thiutci HfrtIr OJ If A a MF1OtWJ1 i qqu34ew4YrPii r JwJncsq uotepdpltj rfP1qh1 W1 plrQ AlbcJJfI 1M 4- p r t I iJH m 1 fe ll1 tgeMrawj h ptII b JJs vit dOrMar 8rtWd i 11ih cfhLvcry bvv7 Kijjumi It m- clrofyiR6lt aWvaiHU if of WciFBt1 J t f6ytffMt nfilfto1ven wcvka iIrttJ5fto9nrn bth3c1ai Iiflbt1ubrr i iMicrn JHjfmr rtltlv1f jwa- iei3cr 1JfttitfaM a bfiJ 2 i1iiiOi1gfiLklfteif J- tf rIft1Jlo ii y i r j1 k Lng no h11tffiijJhJtqJtiiti hHild4lVa4ljl1tOWIs3fH6JIwt Jttltfbt It- i1tS01SoJfIelCtu 1z 4JTl1dkfl1WWCAMp1 4P 1 f tal1tletl1t C rJHi Liver or IW1ey Lroubhea4thdbilci iUt jnis tro1fiff1I1t1a t 1 r 4 and GIlInIlll1tentsIT jlfij Qn tbat1tAYPUtHft- as refer r rjfM jitlllUORK Ku I PJJ R JIIflltH 1f1Af1ford u lc Jiji iUilisUf J J 1 15 EllillS WRJfiN ii J U ithat1 J3i o 3p3jr bJ =b t 1 Wi1c ifi 1pJlkJI IGrIs 11 ooIw7ta FIt h j j i f1j lio y 19 P M ROGERS lA artibles creaflig wide pr adc JPmett 9mhPI rtflJf1t rlndJ t America rwXU1flUI- K1I1IJLJRPINQfl oocri J tMAGAZINES 1h J A w IrJcfJt REAnlTifiJ i Ir JO IMJuY t4I l J SpeclalRatcs1 vettoi ters1t4 IJiI rf slit f 11 11 j j II d iiikP3RESS ii t tJJIJ Lf aifneJ i 1j adrt J I I t 1 I I y UWI 14IndlJ ti i t f 5 iIJ 0 1 j TAFtWILL i1- j Ip RuN AAJN 1 i i If tyCa11s fot HiutSay i Friends it t J 1 4 I i ii Executive ifndphted DyCrHi jcism 11 II 4i1titFoii rr lAr 1 I JoII If P4 I 71 I il I4 j 4beencntiT aa1to1 prptt- Ot mind iniregard tto anothier term lw r the White HPUS luiwphfe quarter the president has jteen re presetKcdaseo thorougnly 4if d pf tho crttlcbm aOJdjI busB1 than hav di neaped upoq hlan and jh iS aOthtntrUatlon that he nowtools I i declining to ailow theI UEeQtJt f regardi to ai renomination The treporis have puts Mr Taftv n the of deserting his frjneiis and away from the isitua pnf Nothing could ibe iurther from th6 truth It can be said tbatMr no disposition totshrjnjkirom tW reBponslbilitlei of his adtrUnlstrjia tlon and that ho will notrhesltotc jto stan for renominaPon Lt i tho YIoaJlsblmI What PrCEldenti Taft wilL not 4i so oboe irionds docare jls jto resort to wallknown pojlUch expedl ehta to Us wa position aid to obUin aiJenomlnatloni 1 ipircseae attltddenla degcribedi ihardly 39 oooot lndiW iiencetbutjhe Is da dnmlncd it la undcnstood to o I ahead varJd run ountiyifaa mlnlstratloh as e tIeeinfet orJCie country regardlae ot ItSMpttwti 4ii hLsIJOlttlcalAutJln I N i Republican loaders Whohavfli talk Kl j with Hln Tecehlly ottjthls a ijtj his is practically tlLSt s I MIf Jat thb erdrjof 2talrst4rmtio Republlcanf patty lec1s like icaUthg upon him agatpperion Uitvls ippaTi onfJthat hv i tcr gtfdwwrr in wttltioctjptictidcltit doeBtWfc f6 iwIr retIaC i iit1diwiUttbqst si- taetionvaf wingzthatIetas4Q e WhathB bblievestto J JbQrfI r Ul f1Ji orHt1 t Jt1fit I Iflter stingItems tI n 7lrIli 11 ItO I I tJn1quWSlO 03 scar t4 ran J111ttlIr1tSC1U r 1001 I J JFI JH ias MI fI nafl91 AiI iclamj tIiav 1oon J5 11 trn IUle Ilveu ca LI iP I 4jv 5 J i IH kL6119frQiWJ l It- V J I JtSo ilan1A e- i 1 ltIFI nI rn irt1 J r sJAJ Is moud1rrr 14rif nr ni I liSO Sii lf1f hjiitthii1ex iWlIg1SQ i T- lsux11 p 4Bcini M l4t6fi J io i Wrn4 devoted fftchiedvelr Iarbl6 and Stone Imid being thoroughly practi cal in same enables us to know your roqulrmentai We onljr ftandlo cuevery best GraoUfcl nWla nqq1I5P- of 1- utUon flWU tLd goodS LtFS O nrand cento to y poot to W otur tteJrwelumrfuro to our honoaty In dealings 1 Lt rHIYIUll i8 JlA HJ IC 6 tfil ttJ 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qrqouse pRNJEit9l X i tLI SS O fi rr frfp P IJI f su I i t liOoJ x j Jr r r a uifFAiR81NiilE I lIT Dnft h U II ugt 7i I j nl C111Jfl ixI1t fint 1fiIrritnqQriJ4X al1IrriUf vdstPte opmtctQLAh1iJ3istfor iri i B6fidJrrttqt V802 Address frtITtI oofj Is r4tllQNl1iM1lKS I JiJ41ftJ t JY1HU11Meoo f lw1rl jl lU Jj7Y f JIJlel oi vioMU wOuJl1tU pfT l tt A1 IPPtMM tnl JVCt ottt QJlIt sSAl+ Jt fJs 1- ri 1 n rat r4nbii rflaal l Q r i dtni rApplaaseWhenwiers l 4 cfiIirtrod oedi4oTDaviesS rr 1 jo toolCopnty AluUienc- etinct foq t y- dtttoa i 1I rJ1 i iiesbeofaariii8rs ithW 1011 J cMnp x beiii a 411 bitGedorgetoidn lJid dressed a large audience of farmers hlttiTf l1rthOt1econttu att erdoonffnrthnter4pttc thoAiugl r lean Society ot Iuikt The adds J3VfrdelleyredlitaUuft oncb+adJointt i qntlga ou4 wps thg cause of much enthuslaam pq thp pArtfofthose wholhad gathered to bQ1ii bllpJ 1 J I jI I As the sate president of rip AaneoJcatt Societybtr EJtiuUyjf r his Campbell made a strong i plea to thje farmers for enlistment 81thalsatpe- of fthef1WCletyf aI1t1ilolt o113aRdzatlon- on their partnbP t ii uu fr tvarIdUlr PolntstJf I Is addze s- Jteywha lnterrupte by loud awl lies libggApSlaukey andttattpnthb iVddresa 4abiSougbVltlamcuevor 1do by yon thuslastto supponters of the 6ocletyii nTh rrdIdotsodealtlnidttefiywith the or8nuJzeclllffarecta of the future provided they were Well otigcui1zenJu- dge1 rr = rF D1ikbOMJ after a short address upiiEqultY and the ldfnpllEharienli of the i American IBde1ey fcfEqultyi tintroduced Mr Cantrlll to whom he paid a glOW- Ing tribute aBf1ardent worker for the fa1Jnaojjjlllw 9mtr Judge fBirkhcad pjvndedf uopn r J1t possN hllitk s t4lu jllX before the PrIt ap urgethpapmerstq Join haflda jaaxdj ipiariqh forward to tgrea ef sac 1 Icea5 J pdmr ROr4rfH M1 nkuglylo 51n Jh 9npap apt u5qggderedhipl n lkrCait111o- pened his address by making a i strong apueal fhatahe tanners reach an agreement and cerneto8etherun- deri alcttlefalesand regulations that would be fair to all and otter ngiefatPllvlreiest none rte W bt 1 eeofzatIonthat WbI iIAs7f1 HhC4l thA6Bntl6E m fJitlb omAutt d pupshe cat ttlenm- T 1 thetyse ort1SIjH Cant dlai t3bl 1 fotl3b- Contedestfty veterans etat ngtber ttinof any of tho greatest generals In the NorUierni army Because a s ybyitrwrU1l rafplriatgtoi PPP tMe au IJ ValWftuy lu b t MtiIo cot M 11f 1 thtbrToyfhf fnElr Uaj- stand by the methods of protecting the American fardnejHe clalm Aineric of uiy theascould Ott thrneselvea Nffromattaceioi 1Q trusts toi lrslkdnd fhdbeat1rocatedI th tidln1ijf fa ers lreca xo tIle eItwtisplaced oniyhe Clu11nk + ltto14a7ptrteitthe denuaeJlsfd4ru ot f 1j the spettkl W iOiL ytllArtea41ereW J1 utinliu tIi rJ 3e S 1 IiAwn- mOOr tTTlbs kind haikatii=b9j1 tisciJQQliI i1 fiS91- tflttt ntJn m- dt o xW nl Mind O such as faDiea ireiiy etaIIaa fh Chicago RecordHerald STney and thel sympathizers Save often an1 funfortatnr te Influer1tel11 tig tm I1tJ- mSa m thOt1ng Jaws f e re r r hblr 4 ttii p e la of value plte thopening another IneUtuto in t6itIt1I 1d the kasairtiliatuto treated moro tents ifl 9 them taM1907 T- numberwas 1398 moiitiy nativtu t 14 r H 4 IdD r t 0 J gftdI HI tx1QYv YI t 4 4 1MI Yn fryt r everyaa1is Y t1itWY14 rt tiifanttsfl tt1l t sfWrri 1t t 71i riyounIand tolau L i J 111 11 Recognize4 nisi Jo rhfe r great s t ngthiQJtY lfd i r JJU deriks i tt I lelicidu andeconbmJc l1 IRenIarIOc packdteandhetmelkslly 52 II t 1 Including SftQ Epg1h4ojdlers and plv- illftnsy The percentage of 1allure in treat Rent wa t oply one blrd of 1 per c lit cs uiitrtttedcarr aY Ofi4cfper 7ht d ed 11ot pniy mcdogs butt jacah- d1d fha daifla e J Ini contOTst to ihtf ot Inda ore hebI SBings of Eaglanlliwq pro a dog nJ1Wl e I pated rabies tlreyjn J eYn14 States no such quaranUno aa En llshlispp9slbje but if our Am can oJ 1p end ffipjais reels remember gfmbioigbe acco pHs ied toward getting relief d ltLadies Take Notice Ik1 iWo can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cioaksi9r wrapsr also clean yourjtid gloves and muffs All work gi a11P reasonable 1Yartfdrrestng Club u- 1Mti fL ht11UtjlOll t 1 EVERY 37INHABTlt 111111rHIl p c c Kentucky Has 137090 iJMilesJf- s Ii In Ipiblc Higlrl IfnWH alYsT t w f r l According a Issued by Kenti4chbasthis number14Q8tmlles are Buriaced with Bravol and 8078 with B onei making la qH 9980 jnyes otyitnproyed- rpads Many of thesq Toads have been built and maintained by turnpike com ponies while others have been e- onbby punties rom funds raised es Ih ill be seen that een ter ftntgi t hewn bee J ve wBtthe total gwtththtyateaOtthestateth publjdtto oX J squArgtatle of IYI c m wIth uialio ibUitlrevvAone tai i t 14ij l ab1t1ats1 l4 o i f tavproved road td 011 2S rfL ratJ T ho counties macshtizBourbon 305 Boyle 100 Bracken 180 Ga n1200f C1ttk 189 Fa j 11i126dch 1 1z fettnklift 2 blvlrttr4EHrreon3P0toff1260- tlson e n 300 I 325 rOOr120 11 son 250iIcasTE2 I 1 tnc jsJs H 5 Shelby tij0 7 Y g ton 216 Wbodford 210 Of tfourtxma total rU tonl w23 io rot macadamized Fayottes 375 total mlteagig 3J3 ffifetfanOwWffiflKd lof Scotfr4Qo tai y3tatJ1uL23 ml and macadaanteeoT l r4 counties peirpeIIt tige of mikasa l p t It f l J I J I t Sa I Womon Iote7 If tray lSJIhfHIon woijd VoId Dr t hildy ed feelings backllc1icgtl1a r rm1M ni sUpatlon dispelling colds H bd l1fJrulfit1i nttgr t eyr un qualed Easy sate S ill tuwtYYwi d iiiOx l iidVwat yih1C1t of 1 9Inn I44aye water through a rinea p pecin vtm swsuccessful has been aecTdp m w ott awiffi pr ninety mlJcA of piwig As atePJLS cfI5tfaJ1 e 4ttJ9r of the pipe mafi a JrlnyaYl Ro01UPn teals aioftlrgreatly p t time i iU4ZVJs tan 11WW1IIIMhil relsof oil a day I I itr n NB r1t- loonQpidreaE f and best for 8haPJ amuC Made by PEIIIYIlk h ji d uz Gil inf llifiT1XSUPFLlL p x111t1 nrtra1- t t c b9r1 r lit J 1 Cruelties1 Prabtlcedin Coti In necticut School i at 111 t rl ti t 11 I Ice Piri Against Shoulder Wfinf j I kerBurnsrRavt11111 c hi t Meat ihI jI i 1LjBridgeport Conn April 30Sthrt = hazlntMAapna1 Society of the Bridgeport High School were made by tho Investigating Comm teeafttrr Rr6es3ioii which last ed until 2 oclock this morning Indignities and ctueltieai of an ex + traordinary nature the committee found wean Inflicted upon tho girl who to a daughter of PayetteC Clark a mtanboraof the lower house of the Connecticut General Asasmbly Sere area f6wot ttfe tortures Mae Otok was mado to icndure ns tesilfled to by the girls who were summoned to appear before the Board of Education VVlt A 3inglypipesboije Jn soap for half an boar while partaking of the nauseating nilxture tho members of the society danced abwit herandstold her sho twas eatintr angle worms Three raw oysters V reiyaccd be fqre her and when ef ate th she bras told ship liadswartMyed polly- wogs A cocktail made jojjrtblasses vIne- gar salt pepped and white of egg waa her next portlSnand this was followed by a concocUoRot milk and sugar which shti was made to drink from a nursing bottle Seni1nglwXmeJted by a caytdleWns allowed to drip on the arm oLthevl tiniandthlsooiistUuted her brand ing A rcll hot poker was held before the gl20 of the victim Then blind folded a cube ot ice was pressed agatnst her bare shoulders whole the hot poker was plunged into a i iecu of raw moattho odor of burning flesh adding to liar tortures The parents of Miss Clark turtiffed- that their idaughter was n nervous wreck and that she was now confined In a sanitarium lu Battlebor Vt They produced certificates from the attending physicians to show that she is on the verge of complete pros tratiorfi Several physicians testified that it would require three years at least before hw nervous 8Btcm could be restored to its normal shape IPCIlug and the hearing pr ated aeecaa- tion Miss Ethel Havens daughter of C- olElteettaysip 9qrtWsWEtatt was the first witness ana many of the revelation Turn mash by tier When the Investigating cdmihlttep yet fed into executisteseslon late last nfgiit Col ilaVens whb is H mem hell ofhe Board of EducaYittn was excused as his daughter 13 coicerned in the charges When the meeting ndjb rted the educatlqn cpmmislouers aftiiounced a Jurthqr meetibg would bo held next Monday evenlng when thofntoj ot high15cboolrwpujd bo decided Will Promote Beauty Women desiring beauty get wonderful help front BucWens Arnica Salve It banishes plrtiplea skin ewiptions sbyre aril Ixrils It makes the nklii Bbft and Velvety It glorifies the fate i Curts soro ere cold soress cracked lips cliapixxl hard Best for burns i roldsi favor sbTes i cuts bruises atrd1ies25e at all druj gins t J1 i Canal AcrossiScotlariit nTheBritish government haaagfv a official sanctiohito the iJschetno for canal buildings icrtis SCotland land wet id wl11bcf announced toMwhiit PJtjtriUiyrbtwiderationandthb one known as thb tow h3Vfe4l tas eerflthebhti to receive official aproval JtWaauUllz Inc Ute liochs LhmoHd rand Lofig Vs jioitloh1off I heirout + mbaJlbtalrtiongth Ef tdhlirUPtual watIldbs1 ndutlal wohldiboaiacadtil open waters of the lochs nmedTJio I deepest cuts wotU Vie one of 191 fteV r nih1hs4e w JW CIr riPottO nt9tIhw T1te8 rI15j11 4f S wouldbe0ajJSSiSf Jne canQlwJ l entail the t j r negation of 17000000 byards IlPProx1Sreff120oooQQO flc U will offer a ehpjjter rout be ween America and uropft flncl wlU pVotd the dangerous paesajge via the Pentland Firth The extent of this calledlneliisiderable nail the saying pf from 100 theItiabxatlantlcI i fvPeafnosa Cannot bo Cured by local applications asi they cannot reach the diseased porttpnpf the ear Bndrojivls only one oWQIWIcure deaf nesa and that Is by constitutional remedies Deafnees lacaugal by an Inflamed condition of the mucous Jln inffnof the JEustachlan Tubp When thlslitubo is inflamed have a rumbling sound ot imperfect hear infrtvand when It to pntiirely closed Deafness Is the resultj and unices the Inflammation can bo taken out and thisitube regulated to its normal condition hearing wJU be dcsfroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh whch is nothing buttlAn inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces WeiWill give Qnq Hundred Dollars fort any case pf deafness caused by catarrh that cannoiVbe cured by Hallfa Catarrh Cure Send for clrcu lacvifreo i F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 7qgeTake Halls mily Iils for constipation rXANStDMJhHTER WILL WED ENGLISHMAN t IfiMrs Ruth Leavitt to Marry uri Lieutenant of Engineers n Next Thursday S1I7 t j r 1 IH I Now York April 28At Falrview Neb the residence of Mr and Mra William Jeanlngs Bryan their eldest daughter Ruth Dryiut LevLtt iwlli b married next Titesdar to Roglnal Owen aged 260 the British Royal Englneara The couple wl11lleave Lincoln ate hotnw after the ccrcunony for No York whence they will embark tot England Bo hMr and Mrs Bryan mayj accompany them across the At lactic as Mr Bryan Is a Iresbyterl art dMsgate1 to tlio Worlds Mission ary Conference at Edinburgh in June In March 1909 MM Leavitt obtain ed a divorce ftxfni her first husband William HorabrLieavitt ulmoat VIC her agawhbrn the married seven her age when she was just eighteen years old i Mra iLcavltt nit her present fi ance flrci in Colbrado last eumnvor when he wasJvihl big rrelatives there It watljaF1se pf love at lira sight Later boxVlsIjted the Bryan at Fair vlijWiboforefreturniiig to his jwat at Jamaica la the West Indies where he Btlll 4s ptatjoncd ard engaged in ImpQJIt engineering work for the Britl9hqpyernnient In conecttott with the Insular defenses Reginald Owen bolongs to a fami ly oflVpislldoeellt hat for several gQnCf tlpsJII1 been proinJnout In the affairs pf the Church of England His p3tTuaV grapdfatlitor and grew grandfather both of whpm were nnnie fJohji Owen were dlgnltar03 of the church and were consptciouily Identified with its lilatpry ID CcyloI He Is a strapping fellow over six ftrtrtallrtof athletic figure and sod- leriyihcarlug The bulk of his family ortate fs in CoylonHJs father a widower now i ildpsilrilxmlpn whole ho is in a dozen lrnQreboarda of Euglsh com p alee loha erBd to do buslneja In Great Brltlaa Easfcrni possession After a brier stay in Europe MV and Mrs QWeh will return to the Brltlab ftatfoa In the West Indies IF JG L Coldest Year of Record Tug year 1806 was A year without a Hurflmeif Records say that duiihg the year every lew weeks thvsro was such Mfhef slwe have fed uurin tthe Vist gWd1 weeks ViiI little 6f tor tlirahraised lb itythe fruit crop being totally destroyed and wheaMMba wouldnt play for tlie iiarMncfe krt1eritruck wH planted repeatedly but nlpiioditsofltAJn1 frd S wer nem6u mbre5 thaii tdvelfl dujyis at atWaarfn the wioMyirw7tI wditJf eAiJoxperleubat1 fa itettfirv in the last fltjty i xSrs HiJcoidfeg to1 a Wjflngtofl du43tmihii tndttiatlimr repordot Kah Iln fG5 Ttohetihea l- n tf1l Iii y- loeToCailddrrollllpo 8tdtiJlc Ko lt nttittrdorttiiyJ injMrl rWIrtuuY1I1r I l If 1 e I po Tho Kind Ypu Rayo ASvrafs Bought anti which has been Jn U8O for over 30 years has homo tho elpnnturo of s has been mndo under his per 9Lanti supervision since Its infancy w no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justas good are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA gasto la a harmlqss srihstltnto for Castor Oil Pare B tlc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic suhstance Its ago is Its guarantee It destroys Worms nnd allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It rcUeTcs Teething Troubles cures Constipation nnd Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINECASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of n I T8WYoU Have Always Bought Irr Use For Over 30 Years TNCOLNTiHP on UIIIIII IIUTCWOICm w r Save 75FULL BOdkKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for onlyS2 l Tho regular price is 100 Those who bring or mail this advertisement to uswilhia ftve days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of PRINCIPAL BUSINESS COLLEGEIcoarourxa Second WalnutStreets LOUISVILLE KY s 8 WANTEDflsample Latest Model nun et making money tast r fINU MONEY nEQUI ttU until to anyone anywhere U S tI1II TIN DAYS VllKK TKlVL put It to any teat yon wish II you keep the bicycle hlp It back 10 us al FACTORY PRICES alone We furnish small to t S middlemen by buying antee behind blade 1 O at until receive our snore and nmarkitflt iftiitl Filers YOU WILL BE ASTONISHED iffwfrutt we taD make you this year than any other factory We are B1CVCLI3 I DKAIKUM can fillrc1lhe diy rdoubleourprtcet 1IIUVCLES We do usually a on han in trade by ptpmptly at prices ranging from tsa to sa or taro t Y ImportedCOASTERDRAKES a peraotau Wclsat kaf thi mi wWIT i iiiai SELF TIRES ThtnruldrTh5 1 kedltbeiltires is bulb tuduu we will ttUyouommpftpairlvrJl dOllarNfbithdlddJyldJ PUNCTURESfakAltd thousand year Overrwo buAdred thousand jjiirTnowJr use RIITirJII rsa4eiaau aiieedtL ILwly- taydgptyrtdia0verydurabtear4ltnedInafdewtthI 8JlPWrIng2ppnceortwlc Inawholrseason Theyweighnomorethan thetiead IONE readytfuwb I TOIIIIDDUOEOIILYllHrACHTOWN I iWettoe the thick robber and puncture strips anti 0 alsorim trlp to prevent rim cutting teaItire wnL intlKit any makeOFr LnnKUUiTIO dteruahgpijp Tq remaklpga pecialfactorTptlcelo Tf A er of on 480 per Ir AU Order shipped tame day letter received We ship Cl O n on FipttrotalrYou 1cn10t pay cetftnntll you have examined and found tlitm strictly aa represented youlei KI order 1QaJ beireturned at OUK expense for reason are hbt tlaraHor on dlmtbatibti eettrctlyrelfablesaid money sent tons Iaastafeadn a btek pair otdheq4 you they ride easier run faster west better lut ton faiia than an have ever Used or seen at any ktW Oityouhtl1i1Ie so vcILpiricd thatk emyouwantablceteyogwtltgiveuiyour order agnl uu t o rs t+ wmtp t buy ailykindotuy prlee until yon rend lot a pair ot pkcglrotE9above va1 ad trial at the or wtitelotdurbrgTifeandenndr Catalogue which t1eIcrlb DOai1Y0Tc ixddbieyeteWAILeertpalrraf9lrealfttsmtayoae oZ1Sd F are kllllr noely D y a postal to learncvc nf OW Jap l ILIAbase I t t rS hyror 1 7n Y L ru i 0 I t 1 t1a t+ d rrhi ww+JV v = 4 rt Hartford Republican r teft4aee rdIDIftO law at the FOltomo- eanIo x u man matter of he mODd aaIf C M BIJRNETf Eol7o- i T OLTP3iOi77C- Ottnsbnslarsd 40 aoub FRIDAY MAY 6 It Is hoped thAt much good Will come of the groat farmers mooting whlch Is In progtess In St Louis th- vteek There is great danger that the Insurgents and Domoernta may becomo involved In Ii bitter quarrel over which ono Is the real Simon Pure Tariff RIpPer A great deal ot speculation is ba Lug endulvedln as to what Mr Roo welt will do when he gets back to the United tatea Why not dispose o ono comet at a time If the country turns down tootlon and eIdorst a low tariff pro aganda It will be given a gold brick similar to that given it when Grove Cleveland was elected tmresldent th- second e time- President Tats la just now fhelln g out who his Teal friends are 1alQ of those who shouted loudest for hl 3 nomination two years ago rae nO to be found In the Insurgent camp helping the Democrats JUt his admin istratlon In a hole As a oeneral rule It Is better fo farm organizations to keep clear o politics However It they are unabl e to control their own party nominations In the interest of justice to this dasa ot our citizens some steps must be taken to proje themselves It soeua to us that Judge ORear is at least 10000 votes JRlrongu than any other Republican who could be nominated for governor next year if- he consents to make the race he should not be burdened with a platform eudoming the mistakes ot the fast The truth Is the tariff has nothing to do with the present sigh cost of living It Is rather due to underproduction in many thlllgs but there roust be ap11ty warhoop a slogan with which to catch the voters and if they make the mistake ut jump lug from the frying pan Into the tire they will have no one to blame but thumselves The campaign material ot the Demo crate for the year 1910 will mot be furnished by themselves but will be shade up almost entirely from epeeeho made by the socalled lttsurgeiW who claim to be RopubllcanL how any man or any set ot mOIl can persist In ebtlming to belong to a panty and thus furnish amuritlnn for the enemy Is beyond our conpreluenston Wo have had a great many strange and almost unbelievable revelations to the graft lire recently but the trangest or all 1s the olalm set up by a member ot the lIIuol Ieghla- turc who Is a omltcrnt that he sold his vote for 1000 to help elect a Republican United States Senator and that the money was paid to him by the IXmoClatic leader ot the House ot RopresontatIves- Chaueos for It ho Republicans to tarry Kentuck next year all dopeud upon tire uUlllluMlons and the plat- iornt adopted lu the State conven Lion Mon must be p aced lit mnmina- 1tion who are known to he friends otthe farmers and the laboring classes generally In addition the plat form must net be loaded down with an endorserneut ot the present atato admlnhrrotlon We will doubtless hay enough to carry without borrowing trouble to catty without borrowing trouble from the past Thocountry is now and has been for several years suftcrlllg from tariff agitation and continued throats ot tiW fume reduction In duties The recently passed tariff law places a number of articles oa the tree list which lied Jltretotp6 bootie dutiable and law- erM tM duty on many other articleS TYe resuLt Is unsatisfactory to allj partlos and has hurt the buslneNJ bl thecountry Now the DemOCrAts and 7rraurgenta Prolioso to admlnlBter P still hosvlerdosb it tariff tinkering IJlatmlng that the medklno already ad nnInlstered and which dras come lib near killing the iiatient was not glVI ell rraufficant quantities It acorns to 115 that It would have requlrtdat leart halt a century for the countrY to forget the dose adminIStered by the WilsOn Dill but although that liast n1y been about aeventeen years ego ltmay bethat nvo mugt go through aaothersuch ordeal 1irJpg the tJeo old+ S 74v K Y p J 4 nr F r u control again The Is what yvillhap pent 89 sure ae the country giveS dwnocracy aucUier chance to still fu the abollah the tariff Xb A Jdtish FreeTrade Trust Frpoftrddrrts are Ia rho hablt I assorti ng th- In tat nsts England and sbnieor thorn veill th1nk that such ia the Se but thQ facts do pal jmnlilbnlzejxtth tha belief We have now lying t us trade reyJevi of Bolling Lowe o England a firm whtfii keeps troll Iii dutrtry from whichwe quote th- Is following The price of rails as fixed by the English syndicate hn not varied aur lag this year the morainal t o prJeca for heavY Tails having been 21b IOa to Llb 12s Gd Vcr ton The attentive reader is called amps n to note two statements Ill this brief paragraph The first Is that there la an English syndicate which thaethe prices for rails rulllJlg during dhe- t year were Jiboutthe yams us In this country In 1907 and 1908 they Were much higher than those made by the Thepwould have been a slackening demand had not COIDlleU ed the British trust to lower Its demands to the rate charged by Am erican ran makeraSan FraWcLsco Chronicle Taft and Beveridge Senator Beveridge etldeayorcd to give strength to his amuPaydeAl drlch Tariff law apeech by using the namo of President Taft lie did it endrh objected4thfe wholef1umbCl being ns reason against the enaeimon- of the measurehe said Llketresl dent Tart I wanted otcflow Ing this with the statement lar each case that boo didnt get what he wanted The difference between Presidentt Taft and Senator Deverldge and other Insurgents in this connection is that the former Is a broadminded u- Uselfish and sensible man and staunch Republican and does not sulk and refuse to further work In ham rnony th his party or going further seek to discredit his party and 1 representatlves just because JIe does not get just what ho wants for him self or his constituency at the handS or his party The Insurgents on the other hand like Deerldge strlv for certain ends usually selfish ends and when the great majority ot the patty decides against them are ready to subscribe to tMs sentiment and proceed to endeavor at loast to carry It out It we cant rule well ruin It we cant boast ourselves and our friends and our interests well knock the Interests of the people In goneralTiffin 0 Tribune Applies to Kentucky The Ropubllcanpartys Tariff policy needs no apology and calls for n0- haUhearted defense It has put the United States at the head of the procession ot nations It has networked the laud with railroads It has opeped mines It has built factories It has employed labor and call tal profitably It Inns made the Republic practically independent ot the world The Democrats derido decry denounce and con doom Protection hy Tariff Let Chem do so Iret no journal calling Itself Republican echo the vicious folly of the Democratic jourrols Let no hel- lUhllcn legislator In hhe ntlitlonal capital err or waver on tiro question of tlae Tartu Wo need to Protect workela against the Eurofiean capl- tallsts who havo ground labor andI degradation says the Plqua Daily Call The Republicans are not tpedged- o n downward revision ot the Jar m Their 1908 TarTtf plank may be construed to mean upward revision boeuso It explicitly provldea for the adequate Jraboo lon of American labor The only panty pledged to coin American labor and CIIIIIItnl by downward revision ot the Tariff Is the Democratic party What that party can do 1n that way was shOWn In the Cleveland disaMer Does any sane person imagine or bellwo that the laboring Inca ot the RepubliCwlsh- a tepotlUon Of the Cleveland calamity Repullican journals In Ohio and etoewhcre should set themselves right and straight on the Tariff question Suppose Iowa tamers iJlre lawor Tariff or FreeTrade Should they get Lt Would Itbenefit thqm Would not fhb enforced Idleness throw their city eustamres into poverty and ruin their markos In the clttdeP Would the ftee Importation of Canadian farm products glut our markets and smash oUr prlca lap the produce of our farmal Po the farmers ot North Dakota SoUth Dakota Mlnme seta Wlscansl1 Iowa NaakaSaud neighboring States really beUovo that they Would be bohteratf If th8j WereJ compelled to take 1Dwerprices tor smaller quantities ot produces +Nor walk 0 Reflector i1 1 1ii r Y i- r SAL Mr May 4Ro J TrAci + llled h81 Sunrday t BMIss InaCuD11IJlng9 hYhp haa bee attending schoot itt Bonvll Oroel1 has Tetullned home fabfAir and Mrs Warren Tlartia of Vaxhlhio Texas IslQd Mr any Mrs L E 1Vll80n Tuosdaq tMIss Yards Jamison is igher brother Mr land lira Sam dnmia n vpgkfplacehyatttmdc church at Cedar Grove Sunduap eMr and MrsJ A Stogrler and family vlsiUid her alsterMre D C White Sunday Mr and Mrs LewisMartlra oar OhL AfrsbLoten Wilson saturday ntghtland Sun itMr s visited his parents Atr and Ms John Jamison last week ij vlslttO Camp SundAr Mr and Airs JG Wilson and lIt Ue daughter Mr and lnAj N Myer Tuesday night Mr and Mrs W CPICe vlsltoo his brother Air and Mrs Jim Pierce near Narrows Sunday Alss Corona Wilson visited ller brother Mr and Mrs Ira Wilson last weekaMr Tom I Ford and wlfe vlalted he parents Mr sold Mrs Awtiq Saturday night Mr Arthur Raley wife and family visited his sister Mr and Mrs Sam Jamison saturday night i HOPEWELL 016 Stay 4 Rev Shields filledhis regu tar apbinltrnent at Pond Ruff Satur day and Sunday n lias Carrie Rtltsoll Is vlsUng her tml1dlllitigh 11i1LrztRoibJonosn Mr Mall Landrum Roekpurt IUS the guest otoM r Henry Cun z11na Sun dayItMrs Cleo Ford and Mrs reota Cum coins spodt Monday at Mr JJ Rus neslis e 0 Rev Shields and wife spent Sat unday night lt Mr Layton WIWams Mrs Dee Chnn went toROcktJOrt Monday isMr and re Dud Devenport Wyox sperm Sunday at r E R WUliams Miss Nellie Drown visited her sister Mrs Layton Drown Sunday Mr and Mrs Pearl Chinn spent Sunday with Mrs Chinas parents Mr and Mrs Luther Brows Ltttle Wm Thomas Browns Is sIck Mrs P S Colomam went toaRoch ester WednFsday ir SlielhyWilliams Is Improving slowly W For Sale Ono twelve home R R grader fourteen R R Scrapers and 8R R dump carts Will sell cheap W E ELLIS Produce iMq Hartford Ky r AETNAVILLE May 4Tho antes has the blues OD account of cold wet woathiJr If It fairs up then willbe something do lag Mr John Alvey MId E H Mongam went to FordsvUle Sunday toattnid the funeral of Mr Richard Ferguson The Modern W of America organi zed a lodge at Dronllcld last Monday night Th haa fine time They Initiated Rees members Somotheif sneaked In and stoled the turkey but they had a banquet any Jnow and n tine time Mr George Morgan Is slow 1 IngIMr Jas Divens went to Oweas ioro onbus1ne s i Miss Nora Morgan Is attendlng the Davlesa County Business College at OwensboroMr Black has resigned as Rural a Mall Carder tin rounto No h at Reynolds Station is going west soon We regret to lose a gOod fellow like Mr Black w MT ZION May 4Rev stiller tilled hlariuftar apolntmenf Sunday at 1t Zion church Afte the sermon Sunday- school was organized which meets at 3 oclock p mIVe wish to extend an in4tatlon tall- Mr and Mrs Dave Johnson near- Samdefurg Crostng vbited MrJack Miller and family of this Place un etadayMiss Francis Alien ts Y1sithrgbT aunt Mrs Naooo Bond of CcUJeyvlllo at thhe writing Mia3 Ploy Taylor who has beonwltt her aunt Mrs OaddleH Vrnil ofinea Select tar the 8t I two weeks ro turned borne Saturday Miss Annie Jarntgan Renders fe- visitng relatves httIitplace fIMr and Mra Jim Taylor andSon Evoritt dined at Mr W L Leeths- Sunday Mlascs Mollle had Eva Miller ande ursCrOl8lng vfalrtcd their cou lrm- eMh7so rBeesie andfamnah Saride4tti Saturday nJg4t r- fimrIlAtdother tt Coeapo eagi ii rfP r- P iihi 1aFAnp tVti i nsIEaY4Ht V C 1 Ve areb vfuzg blegkbetyptimints but hope Itiv111 tliiiorlg lRevyV Nl MillerflRedh eg al lninent at thfA place 1aet tau 11 day He preached a good aermotiah d lmnda large dtQheE theMut dby1nl nod Mra NettdrBfUlcWur ts building new idltolit hie house plowingWheat 00 J- d nobly y A Sod E ts ilUU alive at thi place butt some arc very weals by th- wnyrtheyact e pturaUrS cakl1g a tree Is knownAli Ills fruits an lloofl iy speaking a moan Skno1br blsa t Guarding the Ileaderoa Bridge t Heooc non KT May dAs a pre caution to any attempt which ma bomad4 to iniethe L and N rail road because ot the silod- I hauling hundred of carS ot nonunion w coal dally In the strike tor dtory the company has eight bridge watch en patroling the structure day anInlgbt No attempt has been made to Wreck the bridge so far but the dynamlting of the Illinois bridge where nonunion cool was being hauled caused xhopresent precaution v RALPHrMay 3Farriers are very bus finishing planting corn Sunday school at AdaburgI3vptls- chvich was largely attended Sunday Mr and Mrs Bode Taylor Taffy visited Mr and Mrs Il te Ralph Sun day Ass R F Taylor attended the sale of the late Flemming Sharp Thursday Mr John J Keown has purchased him a now buggy A DUNDEE May The serles of meeting conducted by Rev 11fcKinley closed Sun day night Mrs D rnl McDowell of Victory was the guest ofrelaUvos near Gnd at this place rom Friday until Sunday Mrs Roscoe Vantress and little son Willie arid Mrs George Drown were the guests of Mrs Vantress parents Mr and Mrs J A Shrove Narrows Sunday Misses Hazel Schroader Zelpha Taylor Ltzzfe Moore Vlcr Tilford and Messrs Romen Graham Bernice Nabors Columbus King Felix Drown Jesse Huff were the guests of Mr otis and Mlss Pearl Stevens Sunday Mr And Sirs V Stewart lIeUri are visiting their ron Dr Dee Stew artMr Martin Wyrlck and family spent Sunday with Mr Wyricka parents Mr and Mrs Henry Wyrlck Mrs Tnm4s Magan and children and Miss Annie Awtry who has boon visit Ing relatives Inoor Cedar Grope for the past week returned homo Sun day COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE May 2The farmers are very busy planting corn- Sunday school Is progressing nicely at this Place with 1tIrT C Miller Superintendent and Miss Audra Taylor Secretary Mr Will Allen aid wife olt ZionI neighborhood visited Mr and Mrs E S I rdt1lihda- y1r J w Coleman and wife of near Cromwell visited Mr and Mrs S M Stevens Sunday Rev Birch Shields ot this piano his regular appointment at Pond Saturday and Sunday He was nc companloo by his wlteILittle Lonlel son Mrs G P Trout was burned iVedetisday afternoonby spilling teakettle of boiling waleorO1 him self The doctor says he le getting along nlcOy now Mrs Robt Jlleswbo has been very III for the past few days la sold to ImprovingMrs Miller attended meoUn Mt Zion Sunday Mr 011 Taylor was r1l this corn triunity Sunday afternoon the guest of Miss Olive Gordan Mastor Charlie Taylor who IsIJDW- wllh hlb uncle at Select vWled his parents D r and Mrsi OJ B Taylor Sunda Ile fAAOOOmlJfnlei1 by Mr Lee RanneyCharlfe aayy le Ilk eehjct tigerIIt y t w Were glad to Leo sqJI1D anY Qut- to alglgllmg Sunday ntghtLet eyary- bodycomeback next Sundaynight pad also cope to JChool at- this place S agday afternoon at30oclock n TB tldiltContractinr If you are gpdng to build a new ltouae c repedr the old one I would- like to make you prdoes ion the ftrrn4ahtheelaberlist ooustsy also tiooilaretemnoea t D Wr W4XELAND I Builder k CotttaxclofII- I h Iiafifotdi4lYr I t t r ry ps 1 r1 latNTERTdN beldrHaynes or Qwnesboro and RDBeIlett of HArtdord Mr W T TUtorhasrasld hiss 1JrEdGnlntI familyaV11 hay aOwtedaposlrJ as ongitreer ouroman cornsi1r+n EH 4ttNJamos thlhopns meeting at Owontlor o last wOOk and profltabloyIrs Flora Ki1 Et iitl children OiitralCityeke vloiti g the family oi1lrBarnet we Frilkron and coifs of Sninllhcus4ylsitecL ihefamily of N H Da s Mr VejnleBishop McHenry Is vlpltlIlgti s 1lrJ D Bishop but will leaverAgon for LouisvUe ot take clarle d rosltlon as tele graph O t1 Mr 1t to ls 111s etaroho Ioh Alain sttctdiwhich will add cl to thniJooka of our tawafttry 3y urlclltzens are making aprangemoimi fqr cQ pavaments- Intfront oflJif dvteIling tots businessyznaratmgeta succe 8 hftdreulrtha fWm go and study ire mlJfng rid progress In thell Work Methodist Church Epworth League will meet with Mrs Rowan HolbrooJe Saturday at 730 p m As there was no meeting last Saturday the same leaders will conduct the meet nS Let aU members make an effort to come No Methodist preaching is Hartford next Sunday ls it Is the regular preaching day at tit Hermon where services will be conducted at 11 a m and 730 p m lip the pastor r SMALLHOUS May 4Sir and DIIns O W Over hula were the Uests of their cousin Mrs JIUlJe9 S Tunkhell Utica from Flydya until Sunday Mrs Ti t IIunter arid daughter Ethel were the guests of Mrs Louis I Geiger 0entterfown laSt FridAy I LMlases Erso and Nancy AddLngton one of our a n d save IIUTHFULADTrl It CESI 00 t tla ngredle ra Ate Xnewn Ib ae a ptntk tland Tosjo Ieilt1CeOLRive entering thi hosti popular household remedy In world have been made known to the public T YawrratIn the o lIy medlcln pcruna among things golden seal Ppowerful nIts effect up nthe mucous mepr branes Cedron seeda-t pre r nJcfCubeb fY she nerves mucous gestion- Alessra as well asnn oj membranesi Wilt Bullock iM P jIduvj and Rosooo Bullock were at town rldayrMr and Mrs Oppie Kittingert tended Quarterly metlngat Centrar town SundayiMiss Ethel Hunter iatud brother Ed tended church at the Point Bubt stday Mrs Julia Wlthrow is the gueSt of her daughter re Allen Bnaklll- oornnan Ky i Mr A ell ukkl1l Maorm1Ln was in our midst Friday i Misses Nell Campbell and Rosa iiirlock and Messrs Roscoe Bullock RaYmond Campbell near South Carrot- ton were in our mldat Sunday afternoon Mr W R Xloheno who has eeli dangerously ill for 1IOIIJ lane was thought to be dying when last heard from 1lr George Reid Is no better Mr aril Mrs OC Cox went to Central City Friday I Mrs Minnie Scott has rotunned from a visit to her Lather Mr Jim KIng t Notice to Teachers t The Board of Education Hartford Dlstclot No I will elect teachers fdr Hartford College for the coming year Saturday May 14th at seven oclodc p m at regular mooting Place of the Board AU applications should be filed with the Secretary before thati time- J S GLENN Chmnd W S TINSLEY Sooy 1 Done by order of the Board 2t L h RltIATr YOU NEEDITEw YOF HARDWARe tI IT l V 3 In addition to our Hardware merit we handle every piece of machinery to be used on the farm from a traction engine down to a garden hoe You cannot make a mistake- in buying Corn Drills They will give satism faction labor TTHE tatlerr aMRedy Ingredients advertising sPerunleadsif the WEAVE Depart DiscHarrowst plete ever brought to Hartford- In of BuggiesRunabouts and Surr1eIIOUr lme cannot behsurpassed int vhere in theGreen River couutr Try us for Field Seeds Roofing Pamt lOilsfarnesseWe can supply ou with thRoomhnv hi e Y OUObI1IOI I Oty SUppy h- OI J I noP ftct lr Kio5I t s Joi t i 1 f c f 1 d n- r f I 4 0 Earq rW 1 t 1fMAV J Woodward to the lith c 1r S-IV GCE1 81ION S 8unnydale relatives Owe Mr Department J 4The month webegin in tea earnest tos eksummetj niwear nust wwhat where to buy it Each t iju stio11 willanswered d ty coming to us I Our salesladies wall plain to xotl theA newest ideas II IQ Out immense stock will rconvince you that we are J headquarters We are con 1 tiinuallysearching for novel ties and every week brings t something new tous Make your spring shopping a Dule pleasure by coming direct P 1tem r Hot to us The news belowNei 3354 Ladlu Ladle Skirt illowe proved T- lNewSiiks500 and 100 a W NeWWhite Qoods10o15c 20o and 25o a yatdver New ReadytoWear Wnists980 150 and 200V New Silk Underskirts w398 tive from Belts25otoNew New Collars v riVlSctp 50scot New Hair Braids and Turbans Carson New Fancy Organdiest15c to 50o a yardtuc New Linens all shades v Mi New Millinery every week in the I o I Mrs dence for Mrs from Ho Y ITSfNO PICNIC Getting ready for a days outing Too much work for women folks what to bakwonderingI Too much f and take Too much cooking This store can help you a whoh wUlletltNIlot If you This rbr the other thing aU ready to eat M 1 BUteultB Just about no end to th varieties dainty and appetizing Potted Meats GannfN Fish Potted Fowl Pickles 03114 Olives and so on arcI onThe Idea of what to tAko on ai1 Is furnished by seeing the goods AH displayed for quick look Ing 1 know OUT position oil the qual jYou lonf and you ought to prove cur pfice promises ILERS6ROCERY HARTFUkDIis HaveYbU Seen itlr4 AdvertiedAUAA hand 1- 1Jjjhtg 1If you have and jJVU i otei Otdt ReJ h1vJt iv- jie4tt 1e11 afjbIaiutplldlowgv 1 1- beau ItdvWee fta n JtaustknW first t I has Merit tittyit i G tbeaddartfbealtells tMJ- v + YoLisdg6ee S nIfmate tr43ilo at to UA Eterytruly meritoriQu LLtbataD3a1g Eton should skeet la lnonr itock t xe 1 IJ when ant ft fIt anything In of r p cqe to sea ale f t YourFendllai4rDrug t- f an P iI I t uhT 4- t uf t q Just Indies Mrs ton of J Call boro casions dale our Mrs daughter are CoxMiss the Julia week Miss tucky Sunday Crowe realIIkCaIl 3345 Over has 75c yard at 100 that outing come you1 Republican fit=i FRIDAY MAY 6- flllnolsCentraIRallrot Silks dTlmeto Table At Beayer Dam Ky SOORdStlBonuu Bonlli No132due51No131due11MatagNolyduet2op U No102due28pm Molll dn 8rOSp m of H Ie E Railroad Time Table at Hartford KypiTrain passi Hartford at the follow ing times NORTH BOUN tn112703 a m Passenger Dally 114310 p m Mixed Daily except SundaySOUTH BOUND 115900 a m Mixed Dally except Sunday 113207 pJ Pascenger Daily A now lot ofiLadles SklrCBu F rarTry the WL Douglas Shoois Sold by Carson c Cosy c A fine assottaient oft readymade Waists at t The Cal1Onuo 11 and Mrs Han E Ilschke l3easlea W H1 Mpoyr Schtwo large Juixibo PlckWd for sate golirf cent eraefulJi Carl Ford 0 Fordsylile s the otMrEvWxEtanii Samlly this week Mr ltLcoSiolm ivds In GdufsvIlle oat btwfylegar 1 1 foul Cps this er1C Jrj Ii hBs- tural 4r W n Ivd from a visit Ore1alhl tuJ l11e HtHnffn g k t nCoHntit + btriouts httettdbfgfarmer DieeUng htn qff I i We are still well stocked on Mens youths andChlldrena Clothing re Caraou IFr ijJornl j a lt urday evening MlBGOrec Flener and little Niece ur C roJf Uare the I ef r it NR H 114- aathtaitiia nH et Fleaernlty- h j A r t I Hartford Mill tb has los of goof Corn and Oats to Bell lams Attorneys soi L Heaycrln Eiitot- haveieturned from a trip f r the wet GreenviUo court- MisPesEffie tbo and Eddythe Dpkno Ma are visiting friends and inc In town this week money GN Young1 representing the Uanto dlo Messenger Subscription will was In town Tuesday I received a fine assortment of thlb and Misses oxt sJUn1Carson c Co George H Bridges Charles Missouri to v lUng the famly tearing W Ford om Union street ing pri Tai cott the Florist Owens for Ky for cut flowers for all oc which Cumberrlaln phone 451 BesIdes Mesdames F L Sandefur Sunny and and W E Nowbolt office a pleasant call Mondaythll Fannie Goodln and Illtie Professor Myrtle Charleston Missouri Professor the guests of Capt and Mrs S K present taught Hnffey Cecil Whltesvllle was years guest of her grand mother Mrs Hayward Wedding several days this others Katherine Jones city was years Jeans Clothing Companyrepal of Sunnydale Saturday and about hall Attorneys Jn Wilson C M and W II Barnes were In Calhoun lot Is several days this week attend- Ing residence thecourt Mr Henry who has been In Springs Ark for several sRev returned homo very much Im In heaUhQuJtlittle son of Mr aril Mrs Rone King the Jeweler who was very after for several days this week Is Bailey much Improved to uYllne ot decora have a boautlf were and weddlngplants A post card Shelby you will bring a price list Tap Florist Own6borp Ky with Ira D Bern of the firm of ent Co Is at home after a trip Mr the west as salesman for the Ken ky eJans Clothing Companyand DauglasFellx7who iSa student the Kentucky State University was guest of his parents Mr and Frank Fellxclty last weekherlnew Miss VerdiAshbyr ofthe Pray this neighborhood left Tuesday tcran he 1tE A Sm I Mr William Mauzy his return dMISS a six weeks visit to friends and spoilt relatives at Dixon and Morgantleld is much improved in health and reports a splendid trip We never were better prepared to Owen you up in dress goods of all kinds Woolens Organdies White Goods Maxine and all of the things Is be had Carson Co Leave your Laundry at Cleve llers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madlsonvllle Laundry Madlsonvllle Ice the Company Incorporated EGGS FOR SALE Pure Plymouth rock eggs 1 for setting fifteen Mrs John W Sandefur of rural route No 7 Hartfordi Ky Tele through Hartford exchange tf la Messrs J R Black S L epalOld and R I Barnard of the Liberty neighborhood Emory Tilford Campfleld Rpekport apd J T Helton of the Magan neighborhood were anions our callers Monday at Leave your laundry with Lyons Duke Hartford Grocery Company for the Richmond Steam Laundry RIchmond Indiana This laundry always gives satisfaction Prompt delivery Satisfaction guaranteed 28tf InThe Ohio County Medical Society held an Interesting allday meeting Wednesday A number of wes of InThe terest were examined and diagnosed by the members Dr D M Griffith of E Owensboro was present and delivered InteresUnitalk Hon John P H we1Hardln burg wow in the city Wednesday evening and night He came at the instance of tho Hnrdlneburg City Council to examine certain side walk ordinances passed by the Hartford City Council last year with a view of putUpg them 4a effect at Hardlnsfcurg I r j the cHurch meeting hbldtJll4hQ Biiptlstcongregatioq Wednesday eve nlnv of this week the pastor Rev i Bruner Was called for another year The church Is totec6ii jkratulattea01 In ftS cholceofbnr Is an able constdenclous ntananal4erypoptitni witlilVarWoTd lleope r9 Rev3t J W U tffifdA B Gardner and daughter Beaver Dan are attending theBlgBap tist Convention fit Baltlmofe which aSsenibleB next wc6k HeV Btuner rill bd abaenttrom his ulplt twoSun days fIotft VE Rlchejf of Prince ten wltt reachj atthe Baptist Church one of thlse uriflayff and the other will iso1 doubt be fllled+by some other m4ntetWrofthe faith L I hint 1 Monday Mayor James H Will turned ovhit ersonnl check pts K Cox city treasurer SCSSS this Bum representing proceeds of the recent sale of city bcwerage bonds tp Cutter YiJlCo of Chicago this firm hay deposited the above named sum of to the Mayors credit In the of Hartford Work on the sewers begin Immediately alter the acceptance by the Mayor of a bid for fionttructlon of same about Another old land mark In Hartford lapassingthis week Workmen began down the old Masonic build tnlon street which hag stood more than half a century and In much history Jor Hartford and surroundlig country has been written being the hall of the Masonic nfany other lodges for years un Teeny It was for many years school house forthe town Here Mason Hcdsrlck father of W It Hcdrlck of the Hartford College faculty school more than fifty ago and hero also Professors b and McIntyre besides many taught the young and rising generations of the long ago Of late the old building has been out of and was finally abandoned two years ago for the new on Main street over Carson Companys store D a lodge bull The owned by C M Barnett and a building will take place of old hall In the near future A SUNNYDALE Bailey filled his regular ap polnttOOntat Marvin Chapel Sunday a crowd attended and every seemed to enjoy the sermon which the congregation with Bro and the candidates marched the pond for baptism Whose who immersed were JJiyHRdi Mrs Lee Sunday school Is progressing nicely Mr Ernest Duke as Superlntend J T Hines has moved his gasoline mill from Palo to this place grinds every Saturday There1 has been quito a lot of poultry shipped from this place this wk There were sevreal railroad officials Monday to begin the work on the section houses The switch at place Is nlrnqst completed Farmers are delayed a little with crops on account of so much KatherIne Jones of Hartford Saturday and Sunday with her friends Misses Effie and Eddy the DuketheMrs F r Sandefur and children depot Ronda and master Hugh spent C Monday In Hartford MasiA M Weatherfords mother visiting her at this wrltng Miss LUCy Elmore near Han fb visited her brother Mr J G Dafh SundayMr E Dui bln of this place has mumps boro atMrredorganizlDg a Modern Woodmen lodge one but t ARNOLD May 2 HeaOMi In this oDn niunl on improving MryH Evans and Mr Chester Dausheity are both Improving slowly ndFarroing ha boon delayed cenlumher siderably on account of rains Sunday sChool Is progressing elyatten Mt Liberty church with Mr Mack Miss IdaFredCook as tarynlCrabb na secr Mr Edwin Crabb aid Miss Fella tussled at thofactorY Flnlcy were quietly homo of the bride since our last communication Notlec law partrri ship heretofore eXMa isting between C M Barnett and C Smith under the firm amennce of Barnett Smith has lieua dissolv ed In so far as the practice of Imlgood nut cases In all of the courts Is COD cerned since Mr Smith has beoa elected tq the office of County At torney Alf Civil business will bo eou ducted by taro fIrnj henceforth as Inat the past and the lerahlP for th LAU purpose will tonnage Mr Barrie win priiactlce crlmlnal cases In all ofutter the courts C M BARNETT 42t49MITJLn For Sale TwoiJtoodwork mules Will sail reasoBablen I W E ELLIS The Produce Man 42ULV M HartfordKr Wmt Vil E May 4 Sir Oats Oreera who has re celveaaappoiwbment ea clerk In the Census tDepatifcmnet at Washington will leave for that place this after noon V Herman Taylor moved to OwenaboTO Thursday 4 Mw Robert Hlx and Miss Fieldswere married In vOwensboro Monday return Ins to itcsville on the 630 trafca I I IrrbiWlllatewant has waved Into h t The steamship shorttime Atlantic4 Curiously longtime CROSSETT CROSSETLSHOE MAKES LIFES WALK EASY showing from the first day to the last i 4 to 6 everywhere LEWIS A CROSSETT Inc Makers 1NorthAbington Mail appreciate ourShoes you must wear them We tell about them from time time and are ready to give our time and best advice fit your foot with Shoes that both lookwell andwear well new house built for him near the by Puss Fords A Kelley went to Owensboro Monday McKlnnle Ralph returned home Thursday after spending the fall and M1ongenerally Improved i John Sweaty will move to Owece 171bs to live In the Hour future Tho measles scare has lessened entre cases No 20lbs after a great yet having died of It61biMrs Merritt Rhoadu who has been 5 tysuffering a severe case of erysipelas her race Is dcclddly Improved W A Stinnett ntid Berry Evans have Just returned from Only Tenn where they have an Interest In the 7 business- A great crowd from here will G the show at Owensboro this monthGoCompton Is gutting along with his handsome cottage on Leltchfleld road near Mosoleys Mr Will Crowe died Monday IfLowpay dropsy v MAGAN 2 Sunday School Is now In progress at Beech Val y The attend was not BO large Sunday Everyone Invited to attend and help a cause Mliues Eva Pad Georgle vls fled at H C Mldkiffs Monday and Tuesday Quite a crowd attended the party Saturday evnelng r Willie Tauls report ft pleasant time T H Mldklffa little daughter was very badly Burned one day last week In attempting to rescue the child from the flames The of the father and mother were burned also Miss Emma Wrlglit ISBtoylng twiUi her sister Mrs Verdi Denton Miss Veola WeBtorfleld tree ibex ett from Missouri where ehena B rte4Ueg + for several weeks MIss 1lildR Midfcltt will start Wiufog5eu Friday where she teaasspeadtng the summer with l1w brotherISernrlpes at Sugar Grove Sunday at eleven oclock also foot washing Inor the afternoon Son1o folks of this community ate greatl distributed over the approach In visit of Halleyffcomet OthciB ore rejoicing that our regetatlcin will bs BO huurlantti 1- w 1 I Joi U giant Maure ill has just made a new record trip across the days 15 hours enough we believe weve made a new recordA salesman wrote us that hed worn a pair of shoes steadily for 18 months Worn them in com fort too and without a hole I To you to to Martin hands Special Reduction Cash Sale OF R C DUFF the Grocer Hartford Ky 6TH AND 1TH 1910 best granulated SugaT1001- 9Ibs Light Brown Sugar 100 dark brown sugar100 best hog lard 100 compound lard 100 gal Standard 0165cNorthern Early Rose Potatoes liu 75o Eating Potatoes per buCOoHi- gh Grade Patent Flour bblC90 Custom Flour per barrel 650 Lars Red Wrapper German Soap 25c bars all other kinds Soap25c Arbuckle Coffee package IGc hulk Coffee 14c to ISc cans Corn or Ieas25Reg- ular 23c can Aprlcots2 for 25c cans 2A Ibs ieaches30cR- ed Salmon 3 for25eprices on all other goods Will highest prices for all country pro ducts Eo rRLGHT SYMPATHY tarps hurts but It wont cure an aching tooth wonnt wake a marred one look like Its aid self Takes a skillful experienced dentist to do that Get all the sympathy you can but for reel relief and good appointmentith us ting your teeth In fine shape Best crown east bridge work In this town any town Teeth extracted with out pain All work guaranteed Tele phone 218 DRS HARDIN BELL II ru DENTISTSr- i1 OIfiC8in Republican Bldg Hartford Ky + jf- rr t 1rS q ft r I t1L TUBERCULOSIS SECRETARY FOR WOR rlTJI i IttltJI11tlaoSnChlrAOttOn l 1 I 9tflt lritfP7r r i I1e1IKntuCkyJ A ciotationt tbs tudy toriT ilii nnHOUdete tht1 3t has tengagl1 Cryy 7 t Tttbercubts wtc Bs4thatte- ngagedJae w FleM S rl jr Ee O rDQcO New y9I11 M r nFilW xttlte Uidii11e7tisraot- At th octaoti916 I astWalrlrt scree- Loutsville t Ky J I Konttlcityl EarS the distlnation- be3Aglth ifor SlrSslate in YbiliiJh- Tuben e losls Association hts put a Rt workt l first duty will be t eJretary o with regard to tit the sum Co tal oil which snp votfDIe8jerjq will fry to ascertain from cxnm1nntlon of death records the death rate fron4uberculoalSn dlrrlIIt parts o f the State e ng legate l us on thesubject It any and preventlyt- mea iroxs In force H 111FbC ltcnp anent tOUSo taetbryjbOf Ivtdnst n various parts of the State tihat are a 1actoiSa inducing the disease The Association I h9pea that in v moirths It win havo ready n credita- blo I eXhibit showing the Kentucky sit uatlo ThIs may possibly be sent to a theunty filrs uhchage1dC6ofu bofro who in explain Its featurea MI Kerner will try to organize local 1t1111lbArculasls Asoclatd- whorever on pd 1bleIo the State Assoctatlotn In this work It- fa hoped het Ill have the aid of the Federtfon or3VornenClubs the- Kent or ieky Educational Asroclatlon and the press of Kentucky Hewlll try to bring about the establishment of local sanatoria of free IHJpensarlU with Vsiting nurses for tuberculosis and to create throughout the state euch sentiment that It will be Im- J105BIb1e at another Iiis1lltUI1G to de for 1iIerculgsisalhadyiresenttd uln to tltl1himsuporItnUmJcmt jbe Qticago Bureau at Chraltle bile year WMe In Chlcago ho attended I pecla14iir I gem of D prlvato In ark New Jersc in which a large number or tuburcular patients were y r1reated During the five years that he seas connected with this Institution- he made anorcrJlve trip through Europe to study social conditions Before taking up the sanitarium work bo wok Incharge or all the laboratory work of a large llospltnl iw Newark whore he U coni ospeclally tuterest ell IlL tuberculosis 1111 Kerner invited correspondencep from any perluns In Kentucky Inter eeted In the etantling out of tubur- culoals To cure LaO perscdCoids In 2lhours take QUICKSCold and LaGrippe TABLCTS b- Iflorr druggist does sot keep them send ZSc to J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Evansruletdd and getthcm post patel Guaranteed The Whole ChickenhQu r tales come front or oancern w tog Carnegie Swtlltm Iqr Erttetimeut- aivoltson at ColdSlrllIgiallIl1bor Ing I Lrd TUte tales art ot i alls Sndtlioyaty of uonl thou htttacIi tltorerlttftro creatures n3 patd to resem a chicken In fhdnaltrt othclr wool of4n i 1em and oven their bones are wlilciWO mAy lu leId llIal1ul1J o tent v1ltvaurfge 1Ind of a when e 1rbQftJJ rent lln- naagtne a lJymouth f1k allwool roost I 7 t tlliio mOIQ titan baaa- a la sa 9ra Rlo41 Island turkdyrledr- ah ten that acratchc1no niao titan arr listto1Tl i Or aftannelVQI e1 jeblai- eQhlnf r p Cb Jl lien ahtat could be- aAtrgtltatsly Bh each s IJ1 The rldos rYpprektly is however chigily intake natural and uaiitentdc Eo- tnoatatbit haveiln qn Qxfserfenced he lHlyIUt doubt In t pazt1ITe titer- 9iMPE4 le pogslblil CeatliBrs and wool or co ton ia1 11gln the 7wtel Pillow has Iron often notch le titiAtowaff9liUimpraat tented be seen that wiuru ICp tibt MJ todptiiow- aufllag is Inn reality only the cons3- v v rl F4- t x quence gao01bearJng Or cotton Otflhtj norr w n d1Ja coat has rtbhtOd aDxt mad com tnonp11ce the extprep shoal to oolpern 1t Lu i Duuwk Y th lctutlon ofatogcr Zlax pia S or 1mqgtUmto a lair nl a1C ea at till dptoaiJ itAyer R otHo rtlot H1ynderJ s o gi Adamydtinul mt Itoli4dno wt miles rSandors J3 zr- e burs Ky but for years they saw evesrrattempxoxcuna aslusg lhfi TSs ta t la tx t- Itltl 11 8 NoiCveryATe brlcctFjs y9 qfllt i tpM3 etPc and now fnJ et or heal fIlcJ IClta4o7hkd + for Yeas rs wljddCl- o illavertentiGtnrlvaCxi affil ty for coughs colds lagrlppe nstJhmn croup hemorrhages whooping coup weak lungs 64c 100 total bola tree Guaranteed by aU druggist IAg itt nh IntBuylteg tra tion Certificates it A case of unusual lmportnaogl was eclde fn bf AppeiJS fn- week sf n vlnghe buying of tkrtlfl cartes of registration which Is said to prevail III some cotes of the com tnoitiiealthlSfil lfnT K- fe The language of the oPInion la clear and unmistakable and rends is 101 JQS J r tnd et tits tatutb Clio Tat can not vote unless he lSe s toy tho election dtflcurs his wrtltlcale- registrytibn oG To buY she csriiiica q n order 20 prevent1iGtn from Yatilr is to buy him not to votea buy man not to sobs Is no 1esv bLbeTy und SacMari Sub sectiaA 12 than tb buy himo vote la ncertalll way The voter should be leftntlt e Iy do his t Qi sutfrage andI any lnflvencetof this TIght liy tit Ixtiyment ot moooy or other tliing ot value Is under thiS statute Sri 1cry theyqtbrA ChUetrejn Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTOR IA RUTH BRYANS NEW HOMANUE JARRE p lieavitt the Divorced Husband WH1 Have His Children n IrColttnibus d April 2811 uah t those children and it there IsiJn la- In w Gods WQric11Q help me sot tlu2m I will have diem I dot want the women but it no ofhor ntfwlll avail I will take legal sups anktn oke the ale Qrihq OilJft o Prevent rho marriage of RuLl1 Drrtri Leavl- to UIp Reginald p ensalct 1V1Ita Homer Leavlt tQnlsh The rlotleo to the peWdirapas ot tIue approaching marriage ct his found r wits came as a COUllllet IJlupnlse to him Ito said tonight the only nrott motion he ever has had of a dl orc0- la such as he has sees In thePtilil lc JI t The pubilcatlon of the 1mlendJng marriage Is 1 think n nliscatjJGtg- of e tho Bryan proms said Mr Iegiltt I have ease tt prltved Jtbat Vlhia- Tannings In Bryan otPerod duo 20OD not to Outest any salt that might e brought I will sap that Mr rypn pr no- nwmoor s1 Me tlmlly ever gnvotn e cent or over JJad causo to do so We nett two chlidren Slncu I hare In Cottinibna files Ltnvltt septI that etch wad the childrenaserc- amforhibly e seWed In Hanover Genii any and that the chlklronn woro lit Idn bgarteon Mr Irtavltt sold of his mantlla un Ualrdnsi It stai1te41 In Denie which wag our liotno titer weunarrICd She met the man wht1 tis suldsl to now about W tnatTYt there She ill n xets7tar tuohtalityiand nervou3 thoughttllawrongj wenovd u Then olio wand tnoIoglve1t1y il hyearfnInt03lIfherundIn Cash lib eelvea hiodlrecttau td titOttt NeUthlikallbfit Letwittsays Ihe toll IGaVd hi4ntlxnet reach 1iJ1tr view bolerotttd 2narrtaatstfint4k e IttheP y way 1ogt pbsscKSdoa frIllY childreaN saId Mr Leavitt is burst to tDt- U1bIt t hiApalnting ThO Lnrtsupilefr JrStops the Cough hu1i the IaIC UOHi JII VI IAOtbette i thenagy gthpr moprydch J C MENDENHALL JifmifClN COot EVANSVWB IND Y TO r 0 fl U fESr t o J V r d jJL 1 i JffiUR 1111tJIot J a J IfD L1il 1I1I ttltilmf rNILeAth9 mlc ffl tairml a pleqw4r ctlildTcl4 4l Ept ml try sleuth was F a thtn- k It n4K The r nmo Wye dmem indeaa 4 pbhuar4 n P1 thattluy 8tudlodtleeAth k dloa with feats and awe ll1as de d thaf aU distxtsq0rwaused bf presonco In they v dy 1 art ovlJ spirit pr dleatgnaEYerJhal Plv nt Ilnc11IO rJIl Y11ct1co 9t medlcigawasfoupded tI cr leDtnboring HIt thee bagtaoitdhe dC- 7mql1aq theory JS still fced on rth- earth today Among tryjheswhtch w- usu P I llyrlefer o na Q1tiag thLa is llq t i ic4lctpq i1e Zut and thpIgorrote steappt llrand kalY3 lnhgt wlaterlprlyt ivesfh idea iQ dho WJte Dall aeotsa grata Ismatlo ages vailalnous U- taddingtUe y gall Illadcgr tpl pr bet enanan wfuldQ mJmlscit h- ciaahing X Sn1a1s and r8alpg the down geaetuhyIxrvtWellj the patient elbe11ilesvr out raged rMure expelsotPJlq1111 dqaeI wIth every mean of tat hor mend And WLUi liaxlwlslon or the bitter draught the systernitf oar cut and areooverlesinsrn- t Only savages do StCAJlhilpgs Qt course When the 1Jaby + lysAtLe turn my echo wedont jumble htm on our knbe wrong side up and gntmmel his ltackwh4e we Fhaatatianegningl lullaby WJIen springB4snes w dont hurry form and wllaGt aH the- o boncsinatockA iUl whlqhtQJdose aur salved and our hllpltf8tJnl1r And It we do Sts alto Protest of outmgetl nature against Ule pumtneltug and bouncing that rolleVieS1 vpgkyms real IgotTOte I IlIi Its the water IJl the Iiorh tea that IlIIJtI1tes our yateinn nnddllheITiika rain Pre 1 arcs totacJOPp9 hoa h Its the waterIn thqt rvnll not tIle nasty tae In theiWtiter that cures IIi J And J you dQnIt beltme 1t drink a big glass ci inodGTetR1Y 5X101 not Iced wuCer at detest fifteen minutes Uetareibreakfastevcrpsnorninb dur ingthe montdl otMaytha4 Is pn- 1os y Youwet0fl rhoheT edo therdmnorv theory and think you ought to U e- OaInn with your liver eyerqrfooften pj toburg press iT Free Hides ran Object Lesson just W itfle the Tariff fins tp do with hq conyof living Islrtrnklngly illustrated bath Ut bless l3lden WCTe placed op the free list he1ifhe now Tariff laW vas adopted There Toro acoorthng tQ thelcgc tjf 61tgs c 1c rndd IO rice should- 11avedrtippetlInstoad It has steatdllyi lrucrtxtsed of that care tnodlty have morethan doubled afnco ctid Ide vIwent Into eltoourDut lgull3S show an lvUrage 011014 i2 coats a PouhdJfftirfinilorls rll1Cb the doty V s rotho td and 12 14lceiltF tor imfwTle during the correspondlns 1wrlod i y1eam gdwhen the DltigleY law wais lllntftect That ltrthe Ilrloo oflildea has actually ndvnt1CQd 1 12 goats tilnce the removal of the duty Tho explanation of course Is that the detnarnii has outrun 4ho supply and the prlEo has advanced In rtecoirlatrca with taro lnvarlloed onomlc law We Imagine that Dcino critic ornton wIll not have iiglca deal to say about hides during the atimlmlgnRoclicster lkm4crat and bhrdniclo l d T DallyAnYork city consumes 718000 pounds l fI but tercTery day In theYJarI 1s r IUffl J J1tb 9AihJT4 II h7pklAJwt IatltougJthgtws rrhlsThis Apr11 tlIYIO I 1 F M AIJLENIj piCcntertowtfTK 11 L IiL r l HT 1111 It 1 Cpnsus Men Bring to LlghtPIti- ful I raofi1414s Son t 111IIJlYiJp6fQ4lldriFYl e f1UI Ievllo theYl l 4Jt1l 1tf Rpt Qf lIJm I1ntoqto1 nJ wiliYp a acti9r agoAhathQl1atJlpulllII1JlJiq fl the flowery a man who rleewm klrn Af1QtQBreaiifi L lJt91KllJXh1tthIIlhg tpaJlIgbfpAa7 ouqa blopos1t1ons pulpit fiatthe y e- Il e q = 1Ii4t tf hWMf 11k14f Ntft HofvfJeeoedIbplrrthtbt t d dafdK Field the Rt01 t1 ot vivhtlee zllfedlt 4tlitieea fbis + st itmtRl rilltJfiIJ- Ii Sf aAterc4tlavatond a ralmptt8n s e ounlt f veTt andla llfor b on ArmyEdr hotl3epio1Arthevilrlte x118 hIIr eIp aIllJt Y1t HOSpItal deB tiito and hdfferiitgwithdepht Js Iflid Jlv9 to ItveUIeMsptnIfi wlil protittblys lr4airn td i rowe tonreadmethd Iffeaho hast ed fun the pas ftltoen eamJ t r nu jJ 11 r j toJC9SUy CQaLWiipnr- X The Old iwape pliiycdi Oiovlc i- ainetlenn Siatea Slziof thijlgreat central rialto dlstct Uyat6 1pa buy silrtltplr frnikfrgpAQpheryrSta- o thls4leasnniapdtsyolge or9paorerUta- rwill have but a partial crop 0 1ihj i1 iHLdeCer nQwJng eful examinatia o2th4 tro q ui de ttnd twtga i oAll garden vegetables have kee 1 lInusual1t April all lroptwere tit ohs Iu advat G foir second rT eiifViJiWkmlh tocatlt wI11 blod oui again earl thmewlitoi a second lCJQpof strawbeiititt b r the etit3lflflbn 6t iJppJCir peatpodch sedgave te5br ddterteIii d rr th oats and other graIn rdrJs bl1tB i I2ctally had Jointed abdte ogrOUhd and this aneansdesiruction in Ufo event of frost I I enrW11i INot J t oQJrRadThe j Corry JotIrnal- e I HI edt ut HENRy WATERSON Editor i F- VJ UI r urtNISICAN YOU T rHARrfORO UEPUBLIGAN j AND T1E Weekly- CQurJer Journal1 1 nYearA We cute alsogive Jjberalcombina 1ion fatewitb DailyorSundayCaur IerJourtial Writs CtiuierJoulllal Company Jouisyllle KyjfOf Vireo sample copy ofeditlon you desrd1 but be sure to send your subscrip tion order to this paperNOTto the CourierJq WjllI The Louisi11e Ties 1 FOR l 9 lOy ldHtERi3ITTERjI BlaGER 17IiAN EVES- j A n Thee regular price bf THE LOUlS Ifyotrwillcan get The HAHTFO j r fl0NEPUBUCAfA r LOUISVILLETIMES I II J oirln BoJltQ rfJAJ IlLFI onlaiStiJ- I O orr f tIdthloa13eBkI H IJprnt d n wf1fIft t r J 9nr t14Tpdl W 1 Has rtle bestcrOlis ofrtrorresP J8 n1A J y rrl hfSidwr1 perfect1ICovers the general newd l1ld- ompierelytl 11111111 W rRT9n a- jliadtlid bstrtattr fulestmaikets YC Hr gllanta ill 4 R rm Ill x91r t Wp mat tc fii p lltl blit fait tp i4WJYRj yA 191 Id9 l jtdtnrq lllt ti 1 14 trt flirt ttt6enfYnurl Subscription ofa 14tJrls Jtfrr lti fYI Y ttg to JibJt r t 4 11 ola s Tolthisplipsr hottolTeroUiev ll Times dual vii tJ 7dtajpt- altilt r J N t 4I 1f GJOLr L f Ohio Coaxsty IsItISn D Ringo t eyf W E ODalTnHCl krF JJPe Afaster Commlaloner ItCollin hndnEilhtay and Nosomber two weeks County CourtR R Wedding Judge J S rk C Eo STrltl 14 fIleyHart 4utt convenee fin onday do e a Quart rlY C rlartPr tour B hllIGi e tried I4 P ianua Apr It ply and Oct6 YCourt of Claims =Conv cS fl erleJanuary an4tfl t TueftdaY 1 ldctotier ftl ill13 Other count s e- purveyor r9 4rFo 2 Demnr l r ellx- rd o Ito 2ftr Leach tlu N13Hat1otdfrDtPey lJVi- t U TICI28ICpUItTB D S ChaHbe aln Hrtford Tuesdayger QI1IItdlitteatdd Mod JU ay rlVedneadat+ John i r d Monrln jMarch CF7 day alto Sid y atU aands Frt2after1r1Xaceblronday 1 t- b J C UatyrsOn S latter 3rd JI ndaylh Mnsatu d t- P r 3rd 1d aturday after H Satujitol1rfiSC rMonday 011tefa- suer tho C1i1 FebruaI ednellday ferl1tiht daYJIn 3rd bndaWedneagayhlet 2ndMondAy In Novem er lIIW c v Po1l1cLlFordl1ll1lt lfrd Monday in Thursday after dMonday nuayThurad4YaLtar Ird In Thur atte lndtMQedaYiit2Na CZH lfli111 J L Patton Raph Frlbay Dlondat1ay In B IkTFORD POLICE COURT ykuoPCYA City CouncllJ H WiUamll bidgoN- It T Collins Clerk S K Cox Nrer Members or Council T R oSta nard J eanlW 111 Fair Pena lorf WJ11 P school TrusteesJ S Glenn chaIrman W S Tinsley Secretary C M Darnet- tf r M Crowe and Dr E D Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServlcell monrlng and vtftJtIIt bIrytIrzttanttthlrdSun day In each month Sunday School 945 ferylWednesJayDaptltChurol Sunda schQolehesday evening rtv JtW run r actor Christian Churc1lSefVJceBCv rY fourth undo at 11 a 1U and 7 Pi m tnday chool1l30pnn Elder nehO j iClaZ t elP pant titlsC Ch ch3ervlcea 1n ttfSundaypiltor IHarttordMI meeta flirt and third Monday night Iii cMKeystone Chapter R A M meetrdvarhthtrd8aturda nlght1ne- arhmonth It JI9IbrQO high Prlesst SecretatyfHartford 84 O meets second ancI Monday event Ing Mr ornil Bilrgar4CWlI Mls- iWllllemlt Rough River LodgeNo 110 Knights of lllghSK 0 Hartford Teht No 99 Y 0 T D- fnieetd verl first and IthSnlT1IurIiIl- aYblghtR T4Colllns S9JJ1ml1nder L PI Foreman ItecordK l I JIni CommanderlIdxt0tahellelon Lad Carpentcra fad J local 188 cliimontlNoahAcme LlilfoNd 1tO O F meets Grand3DrtElilMenday night oh mp th yWalter Camp bell Sl1chemj 1 E te Chief of R r Lholdsthe flrab Monday e c month IIItLord Mills Commander t M ltbgera Al1Jt Ao 01 ro- c N c O DraytouPrdaltlreenvlid tnI QrecpKyTrcaaIndianppoilsState Officers 1 aldtforpalljlpnjcyOhIo BenyertDtrmIJrrCIp FPrd frl II1 ford Kv 1L9 p rY IIQARD OF1lcAr1oN FDNo29 J trlTOtlaipyStiyhlteCV 11e r IyLt6 Richard Plumer TaylorltIlnellUy8 oJ L Drown 1 T MLt I K r Mad t bNd New H trlaln e s 5II a 8wrwwter wwtw- L 8 r pw t aWd I j t if i ti- d tVdSIllI ose i IT ifo S Lf f spNr i g tAcourts ofOhJo and adjoining co T 11tCriminal and RealJita iWlceUe nftlJ iot1nAPJUllciur Ljj t t FE r titAtto i eyatLaw l VIII tb fessloa In iO andk1Jolttg4i u UtntlW- rji o pact rit r V- f oA ereftrMPSJj1 rW T11J1lNJUYI31F1Ii7JI 11lfpilb1 t rt Ilt f Cottra of 0 o and tit amJnUJltI Office 11E6 adJotnlWlu BAJ W Yi9T bIl tell ll ir11Fb I gJfI1aroQo Wt9fN HE tfGW IF 8rn A1X 1ra Iq Isd iTJ1M oj tTIQOAtPr peaSIfoMtlsrI hgf lj 1l ea Naan7Mfir e4I P la 1s JT 8eDdmodeL pbotooraketdi tor FREI report W MIIIUl I 1ryorheBook +tlftI tY I 5 T frS ICIlITHiaoucAND CURE THE LU WITH DrkIflg7 ti I Alt BOAT NDLU k- GUABANT o XONU l 1 tot I rVDltS- EXPEftfItCE I 4 1 jjf I ADD tendtna a sketch end deemlptlonQI1I certAln our o nlon whether II itmtaetetitseFrerdaoNeetrlthast 1A a ScWlIrltJJI flrealatlonfIl1 Yw itTinrk1 lnrlaa9 61 S 1 iINortkernarowns1d llIJI71 1 W J IIfiIJk Iuwzu qriii v = IhHO let AY rtM4 II jHo J 1 IBlueb 1 r d J J JPOLll116 kLiAt1on wrtt ct ow 4t a HearitDlvldes Honors With Bryan at fat1nnahCtapltool u4LuJ 4He Visits Congress 1QtrI 4imr i C1Q tUI t a Yo c PaSt week baa furnihcd nothing Start UDg troan a laJt4veor un oxecuo- t1 point of v1jv attho caP1tIPt- Uo Vat1 atctt 4uirco ltflifltc 5h d oUllydl9CuS9CXYWliEY16ver memof 1 rnaWa and ornIrncIi c ofTl1TB como a wgctherruelelOt Jt1r4 bCJBftfl ierIEffte JJttbin ctf ocottd and this oectton rove1ng a 10000 RepubllclUll majardty by a 000 DetnocratIc morIty ptk11 aJmatJetndton with thO n jonal politi cal sltuatlon and program As far DoS i13CO1flC te1 n- is mainly with tho ttrLft bill of th- ea1Qi pJjIo Pntper31steDJt approval of jt It 13IOOII to- be In vata that Senator AJdrlch and tlPrCS6Iltn ve PiYkqrfPh tient point to htih- eI of tho govornanent ore In creasing auadthat43icr nlr pros iert under the iireent uultt The Ic1qt lon r ftJiIlflrkflng tyIctor r jut II hn I4Lthok II 4UoAow- iikh ImMl W tnti wmo day only Rocwelt can atom Othors ask Will RocaeveI be able to otOIIOOiWiilfi tJirfjoint IU Time ulomJ can toll I- tt ceiGID thitn ll1lt1rfaollDW lIf tho t Ii procesJoati U dent In Washington I DurltC thc week the epIsode of the- 4t W wltWotJthftNqV Xrk- rlitn i WWIIpl iidoipl Hearst lt ya3hIntOflh1s giervl H- hi tliernIit I 1cluoj1Le1 logy 9flrmh 1t rlt tl Ir42i 1rnInbet1I 1idjttcni- a3 UpSlpe tQ mudi enThuoaun 119 WntJ Brypa I lU day tJl8 L t beforfil ear Them aritOIA wh the re9IdeJ1tlal nomln111dn th1012f1r 11 Mu4ittqTc J411JJ rfafce thd to the annuncoincn bY Senators Aldrich arKt t1iM HrJ t1iejr l Wrl 1Ittm hyn3btJtJrettlcWn VO- lItIOn end on the 4th of M flext ThCe SenatoTt arc the Ihroiiof lo little cottr1o in the Senate that hal t Ye thtThgbtStlt4 yxrp4rrP i i1ev Is seven O1nUMt AWr1elL1- xght Tybhdg tJUth too ttt lat poll1d ljb t tZ the pre tIThy both In Q dtgree pl1O- Vliiblat dOWbFEalrtO1Wltnmlen and mJ flfh O 1dIriro nAr Imodern and more tprogresslve of tlb l WoomI jYounger oOfW44Lr- ntd W reptI by- Ihette 1 gi r ond DolUer more ntnTlyr en 1 ttiI cia I TherooontlnUB to be c 11IUICI in the quUoi oZuiJthterix- LtIonaIJ exposition to ceebrate th- oon1y oJ lt md Reanj San leg6 n FranIsco 1 AiICa nn lWaclt ngtr3AIexpoaltlon OoneILb1e r1vyr 9 al- ror1fjntn11ge lyes CongrefS1ormon 4r mp 1fllr I 0IlJ Tus1 BJiho Iw IIea ll In16 JJ1t3CtfJfJ cpostn It 15 t O1U J3 lra d8tJ1Xt1V4y NrutJODa1IOXPOD1 iott Th- li t1t ttit1 UI ImtovFltA wcr fl 10 npttI1 ftoiid 3 CIIUc- olobrato an event w al nat1oJO4LbJ1noUrOICUfl nn Cifand I flL lSo Lihotof- o United SttttOS Th goycrnme- nttthe capIta Bliould Olebr1f the ml2JVA Yt lp ho carnpltitkin oft gESt work eyerun I8rrit J 1 Ofl e daa ff1 oi1ittlie XDeoee nd Ony to flODbUt 10 vr t thou3xbi O will t J ijli c h Aiii 4 ndantfaduD doitmomof- V I Plhr by 3ndLng tijn b1 aotInj them acro theoorfnenltt San Franclsco9t Los Axgees1or by the hhpCbgit4 1 of ematbfito furnish The hartford Republican and that paper one year for 16d The Inland IArmer1IIL wookly Jour iih aicto b t farm papers published In the United states Our roaders should takeadmntageck u1offer U it b TEJatt1eLeAL4 Ufo Is not a wmmer holiday or persotnihy ronduotoo tour throng Joyi d or a dtt we mustp oert ptaiiiitma1fIta hers We mvt t11g14titt o hwexiIf tAttl 9 lIJgwEPr AUt bOO- us for our eontultatton and Inaptrf the bhlt th4tstarall1l1 i jery t pcdfhigher clearer vIsion ho ready frwhatever comes with a truo so1diorsf- iaflcG fthe od galwtJiith What Ver La worth while is worth the halpphctiestD be worthyei It fight Ito win It fight to koei It l1h to share It- Igli ltf ob tfdrn Jdw- e11 things lOQK the darkest fight harder iiio 6i11 tf1I lri oiiilI1iL1- LtP1Ifl Is not the world btLtilf- Mi a1ndicfMealthfaThe sittce11 I11oplPo1L r jIi dd i notnoccatdJ In11 happlIAss TF a1rovetlIsl1- alplrcs Catne3 over from wltbln- Lt a ot aft Inner calm I1 1LVO1InUbLtthe against th- e1onienL1i1nu bJctuJiappIdz- em tram us aoo valully on th- ezide5btL7l MiWus wIn It There are tral1s within us that rp vpiot jisjeoiui rtafo r r ha1ttt eltJblJfJuUe1S envy pride Ee1fisl1rcn fdIers fear worry MInjfO1UblkersWUlIam vrgo Jo in JAM 6 YIOQDPECKRTHE r J Peck the Bark of Maple to Pro j cure Food This Cause i jBirdsey II saIfIlNgiU10000 ILurtlrg boars AId studIng1- 1M Wor 1I iii ffJw thai oo3i elgfit da e i ls- golni fuM a f2w 1bhS1 hlch 1c 111bolovcr mber bust I iIItvch1hc phIS- InarIalS for Leu1tll1ure lie has en the beautiful fiOOSJ- ntlli1 A11 1 JttD1IH tbJ jz 1- 1He bclleves h knows how JIt comes tIu1IIe do n15Cneed 1e4 that 4isEk4i Is to t4me a thing of the past Y a hundfjd litjrutm rH dr kers as as- Rono oh r small woodpockerwhich- r fcall round hOks It the Lrk of ngetUng the inc 1S iii imost relish Ho iasut weeks Inn grovo l fJt t the ouds- whIolr e br1dfl td In U bark As the ecam liesied lto ll thast ft1lr1lr131iUf dJS tef on ilL wood below tip wo tid it rij4iLnjthat r a of the blrdsoye maple were ue to et91c431rIwqq kFd ThxIy e cit for t was bJa that the itnhtlT- iLL1LYl si41iGJ1L God ckom- fly mlxthg airs with a paitoIpimod- i t1 9I 1 1Jto I1 liiclc bttcr1h1 smears1tho truw of u tho rQOdlbOd J they arc rpltlJ1Ig n mca frcnu thio ha thol fi neWvj1WIijj U flaileef et 0 urcyo 3n5PLO l oa fh- Vh1foi fJ tL Uk of p l A Atif1idbk- oxn g Ito be A r tti fj- tom lg 1q1Jt deprive It CIf Its liberty Ho a ms t the i blr1S Lcatlsy- et Yl lwith WOrk q1InitU be y 7 Ig 11 cH giat jto J w oqe v- r4tl1chhZitk iI Hl Jo L ffALiEYSOMETIPLIIY WVVISIBlEIi- U In t 11 c t OneMI1lIon Times Larr Than lH f aThe EaihSpce4 cul Immense i f iliei Q Wtin gcr fhin4 Htt l J 8 T Ulfqns upon millions of- mIIt a dX I i hpactcrTh j cth is COmIoaOd- thTO pa 9 nuiotho hudand ta4 TMIh Isof the same comp- osttion as the tall only denaor The Ia4Ja no transparone that stard all be seen shining through it oth1pg- ki known of tlio COIfliOiIOfl hip- nhicIe1s The TaIIt coIp io gas and mInuo lKzitkj 9f It talJnot unlike dlSt l1qud the tan bo long enough JVhefl on day 18Llctho COD cuD- itbritgli the litaiW of the tb- r l ici the earth tlz effect would bel aJJIJ splP1 of lumlnous vapor rm PaageBotwcen73O and 830 oa the qyoithg of May 18thAhf31- QOJ11jt ithe tIW aiitl- j4I eaplJ M the pun Jj Ijs1n West- 1VIrgluIa p11t l dao at 707p1JVor1d 4iuLpn It ln icd11n this tate AUt might eac en froni California hawaii the- btlippIaoant Japan and Japan al- thpugh It r be ponstbl that at that tim it wIl Liable be seen oven wIt1ia te1eeopo DIntac M tP9 time the comet thlIt1fJn arid 464OQOQ miles from tio artbIAnd ho tail which always jtleams away front the uii would have be more titan 14610000 flhlieP long to CDYOlOJ the eirth and It may- not bD that long llio comet roach e9 its nearctt pqkt to the SUII about tiLe mldlileot April Col1ioi Imos1bhoWhihc th901i bits of tile oaT h ld the comet Cns5- 1oeh other they are nct ID the sanc- l lane In other Word9 Jt hi not a grade vror3IngThw ppvhiirb of- th 1 carthi aiii thhe comet 1 paIble- The Best VIew3ThL b33 vIews of too comet for the cicral Public 11111 I be from the titldal of April to the firSt 1 tfof May whn ttwilI be en iilh tlho naked eye just Corild wuQ little scurh or where tli fun rtswnbd justa lHlte 4- 1tinceioe the hcrftdti afll again fr a cutiIo of weekir nltcr May 18 when it Yilh appear jUt after mm- stV I h little ibuh ot west awl it- corjklcralto IhelgIlt lIoovetholhorj Zh FInent SleetmlCTliO moslJrit rSt- IngsOO cle r XpOOted to be afforded bn May 1 when the croet nnrsHVenu Theo iano anti toni6t will be the same dlsincfrom the earth and evory one wjl tie able to note their relative slzcd ifueetli cmi1et theii One will have to be till bef rc Ii oclock in thg morn lug In fact O1y the early irlSlrs- wlll re the ccmet bforo tt PaeS between the eaihm uhil the mlii Once Nelirhr 1835 Haeys com cairn within 5000000 miles of the earth Asit did not then lU b 4weooJtheaun and the fArthihc tail was in another lhrootdo- nT l7UiQkisj pointsawayafromithes- um NtrDmgeFEmlrem amnomer- say there b no dsngr Jt Is not known pf certain if vhen the COmet passes Lewoen the erthttad e sun the tall wUl enUSJt to roach and l ii1r CaItornlucovo gas jidly polS- OtIJ i in dts tall Prof Freet ot time Ytrrkcs bIervatcry says The don siS of the met iaaboutt- hio densIty talltQh nlU1i1 an electric atul c1Qfl pOe slNy be enough poli nn g 4t1t- o hurt a fly i Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CrSQLATe- adbJig 1M Q1JRFfD Hji C- It Li a who V1 1child tQJ sitn enn1tek Jlp the hmisLod ataIrs miiaing the child raltfr J t1gf44 Lt4 ireful dotrg of the romo ThLi Is hl4 kly to the udJusuiienit of tho- proLleanofh1Uehoid help Manual and month labor are no lonsEt dis- tinet but aro gmwig more antI 1otlJer and 1ti4 t JlQiu gQtlW hmat the I f 111111 tlicuid dllrk dn iUtlt- 131oLi im hue i1ao n the ntret In- IutrlaI puriu1bad iutoloctuaILrain t 2tPlU shirihQD 1JyILk- al adG I dmiuazti ho ta- kbd9jhe ZI Jihi thhit dftJ evtliU eG1Irt l i 7 u PevlkIn h ltaf lUteILdtor tJ toJjiblm1Iet1f PIIf4itb thiI- 11Y lord pofnHDItt fh social bir- tieiVthnt j thOUiovs and the total inmposibihItyot mnerriage l1UUrulIhth aPtlVel1n1 hb would scarcely- lehe4ber side- Dlstrmcted Perkins wrote home to he mlirchlonessuk ber advice and pointing out ter poh81ntatuat n or two pftsed In agonizingJ dc list time nflsCr came lcnldns- iratfmed alll ot relief MI fits anx uowbd over Ie tore open ho nvelope but m8 ho read the letter J hdoaned iii the anguisi f his soul Q81tcdaf threewords ybtiieitiLif IPoor JUIs Pylng time Franr d Jhtrrlcuue Sarcey protested Uudog9jrsbopswerpil1 W1 fked with a good sauce the dogs proved excellent eating Their ffielns pink nd delicate and btno inlJ tough anh1p cutlets veri- sof lt 2 francs each nnd a kg of dogI nIgt bo purchased at doublo piJo4a pound Two good bourgeofs bu8band amid Ttnd a Uttlo log 9t which e- rJetyery fand Dut I day came whelm there was nothing to lint in the house and poor DlJEu hind to be kllled nod cooked ills master and mistress sat dqptodID 1rwlthtearB In their cy nl1durlgJ tim iIncmcn the latter irnecauicaliy placed the tiny rib boimos Pp 11l sIde ot bcrplatq Poo lliJou she ejaculated itlm uslgb Wbut n treat these would have boon for himI- r Frank Schloser Contemporary ReviewA Tearful Eye to BUllness- Adverthlln nowadays almost n- One art Clever ndvlrtlsemenhl at tract1clmitoniers In two waysllrsr because they effectually call attention to time goods und secoudbccou8fot their cleverness pure and sinmple Such a one Is the fohlowliig quoted from London M A I which adorimeti a bodtsiiop In time flue iltfltenuIam In Paris LIQUIDATION With tears In my eyes I em obliged to- cIar the wlrnJo or my stock of boots To get rid of It nil In a week I otter It to yOu lit D Iniss ot60 pitr cent MyIusbanil seeing fit to abandon rae with jive children WIlY Cant Jigoon wIthout my husband Do cause my IiubarhcI alone wee able to ob taln job lines from the bIg provincial and foreign bootmaKer- sIrudent ladle will profit by these ex trnordlnarllf low prices whlclwill en able me tO clear out my stock and search for my husband throughout Europe AlMEAJAR1ELO JSE X Nothing to Soy According to u delIghtful story or- I Shelley recounted III time lmitenmmutionmhl Journal of Ethiic by the Uev Uradl Oilman the splendid mental equmip I ment of time poet dId not include he mor In tils tlmaracterIstically impess- iomieti war Shelley wtls deeply inter ested In the hirobiem bf Immortality One day he met n nursemaid wiieeilmg a very young child In a peraimibulalor- Iierq Ja IJ little soul lie reflected recently come to earth out of the great unkuowu preceding human life Ierlmps he cite tell me eoimmetiiinif about time great uinkimown after hmuimiam- ihito Tim two realms may be ona and the same lie xcostItri Jhfanttjvtcebut or course gained no response only a blank infantIIttlas lsighed Sh lIe 116w very reticent these little r creattmres are I r 7 Rubber and Outta Perche There are Important distietiont b- etcenflla rubber and gutqi pc cbs- t illri majority of IUTOSeS for whIch they are employed qme cannot replace the other While be trees yIelding IndIa rubber are wph dlstrlb- uted over the tropical partS or tile world and may lJo cultivIhled With niore or less facility the trta whIch furnishes gutta perclma Is to be round uuly In norneo umatra and the Mu hay archipelago generally I I SomethIng For Notidne WIse Old UncleHernelllhJ as ypim thiN vorii ftblltfOU cfLiimioLiiiiig for uotb oclous NephewOh yes vii can1lu ft Viie I tioiit emIt not In iVgit- u awruirpain In Ill stunhlU ckCmlC- mQ T 1 net N s I qr1e1ealIwas Undecided busy fllillbt es from a iiogsiiead of Wine Whnt kind of wine Is that qlJ ld In Innocent bystander Vont Lnou4 lIullwerld ti e dlDr I I iiLvent labeled It yetA gonactI 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BLJSINESSCOLLEGE- i T w u tt IIIi I Dpot r nkznj 1 VAic bUqAHN SHVILLEI ST LoulsbpnraFsELii MEMPHIS JG C- II 4 I I from ens In the of and to The were by the In U la had no part In the for tho to got the I Tho in the was 4n u of for a A of a few out was The were to stir nit eo were iby the of oirms by thjo but won fell oars So ask of the w re not of cm r Ing the It was on the Ing the the I of the The nols of writ to the Jail and the were up A toad incur of the and The were ot and for Tho gave his a fast Thu wore In as to fute was en that day Ote Imd br+air Ho vmis and btsa of the did he run In Can we such a such Yos he had a wife and had out her He this way of her for ever he to do he to be sotd Soif h Ore of the a took him next day to und his in mon ay Anu her was tripe and on a to ilo sri no more to hU III his Ar d you did jru Thtr one to a matt who o arid n was no kill then Tim was wool Tile ore cf tin so old tro dun and on the we no lens the IKXW hi Hiia nrd wool and the by day and late at The OTPJ fiat an nuin but bo land uh ho the his ia his tffoi ts to The 111 ave ftir roars hut at last to it But lie on the dots not how lua y was a man of One of fwtw he was ones was ex too went to Jail that o ills Sev eral wore la the ball at the the I the for his und vfli he itu MDO Wg he had to vy outi The ifie fear but the er in his c ly wild off 7 The him jmore the lid and to sup the It As r4 A breads biscuit I r quality B PawderI Bake the food at bome and save mosey L and health 4 RUNAWAYNEGRO SLAVES Continued First Page fourth euocecaful passing cordon guards escaped Canada three takes dloBiians eunposed they incflfelgr runaway thoy returned wtih Kaotucfclara mewaindv aide town slave State kept tfaie excitement woek neiglrfwrhood antIslav- ery pecphj tulles kept under survollauxe nogroes afraid might awed they unuauul dtplay made oitlrons they caught every JlWt upon their Thty vcntUicd questions children about midawaya They entirely Ignorant the conflict They bided time daylight Sunday ttnorn following llcap6tbat band captom with their prisoners reached town their approach aroused every living thing They three negroes lacked grwait crowd gathered nrouwl eagerly sizing qvory detail pursuit capture ludianlans lionized They their rewards dopairUd home kindhearted jailer prlssoncra gcod break latter seamed thoroughly cowed They doubt their This decided inaytur earring drivtr younger slaves Why away Domestic fellehy Imagine silite under cdndttloas fAllra with tnofc leaving Asked what disured I chose puntirtng iKiiity young physician Alabama brought back value current manded promise re stored former relations mavbcx houwelinld Levi why Utive belonged vued operated email faoiorj There McKinley ibusiness carding plorJt wheezy uttullki where rhiold horse little blind mule wheel slaves than megroe dbgy Ctlldlngjoo- rono nllko ew burry tstriingmelllag greaiiday uritH ntghi inastjir unkind peoples wool lufods rout carded hitho lsutof summit amscicUsf overltxkvd burden heppr shiVe acicommodate tire public 1bul9I the buidcii naturally flought stare toilod there nainatja know years longer Ill- smar woentrlcltl these hart void concerjjod about tmcill matltjrs Ithan larger Tola trait fully omipllfled when moraSng reclaim property persons utatfdlng time They jjpectad master would bera6r runaway conduct ectaUy that would allude ward bOOn compelled r negroe crouched mast Jerky tones There Lei you black raaBal wuoros that haUohnt carried tencent hiwcJiet causal ncwpyaulita hap hiuhtinld dollar reward But Tanoye anal snow bloodhounds JynchlngB DaWgd pneea irropnesslble conflid rCAKE 1 hot hot Ilessenedand Increased in and- wholesomeness by IlYAL akin burst upon the country with all Its fury and lasted many weary years At Pisa meat critical period Roseoian burled the dead at Stone river and Bragg performed title sad iilte a Ohlckamauga Again the armtos con froiRied each other under the brow of Lookout The SoUhurn cavalry paasoi Ito the rear of the Northern army destroying wages trains and bridges It swept on through Northern Ala bama where negroes were halving out long trains of wagons loaded with meat and grain to replendlsh the de pleted stores fo the South The cavalry wore passing this tralr on the sumo road Hello Doctor Is that you called out one of the driv era to one of the officers Turning the officer beheld the man ho had once scld Into slavery They grasped hands in friendship and Uccle Grtff drank to the full of the bolt brandy In tlitt hospital stores capered ithat day Bath were serving in the Coo foderacy now Peaceful years followed the Dimes of strife and the country settled back Into something like its former con jdltlon The Doctor at his old home rose to eminence in hb IIrof lon By and by the runaway darkty also returned to Ms old homa and Ixjcame a pensioner on the charity of the man who had held him out of freedom torso many years And this charity was never tinted nor grudgingly given There was always good felloWiShlp be tween the oldtime masters and the slaves when out of politics Womans Opportunity Good sense Is the greatest preser vative of health Never before have women had such a chance In the world as today and In this country But the chance will avail them noth ing unless they have the health to seize it and the vigor to hold It Exchange AN IMPOSTORS TRICK Tho Cheerful Liar That Made a Fools of the Grand Monarch Louis XIV wus taken u once In a most humiliating way and by an Vm postor whose oiily art was lying In 1007 just after ltd hud returned from one of his must dazzling military suc cesses against the Dutch Louis le Grand received word that an embassy from Persia had just landed at Mar seilles cn route to this French court to bring salutations and presents from the shah Pleased that his fame should actually have run around tho world he sent word that all the towns on the way from Marseilles to Paris should fete the ambassador- As a result the journey to Paris was a march of triumph Children sang hud flowers were strewn along the way Arrived at Paris several regi ments of the Swiss guard met the shuhs representative and escorted him to n mugulucdnt suit In the old palace of the Tullcrlcs Louis sent no Jess a person than the Duc de Ulchcleu to welcomo the potentate and invite him receptiontoThe ambassador presented biytgef as Iljza Boy of the Persian court and after showing his credentials advanced to kiss tho hand of Louis ie Grand and give him the shahs con gmtualtlons on his recent victories A caravan of presents from his im penal sovereign were on their way and would arrive In Paris Ina few days said the ambassador Festivals followed at Versailles The bey received magnificent prcsentafrom Louis and royal entertainment lie lounged gracefully on divans at the French court and smoked In Persian languor lie gave the grand monarque a few fragments of opal and turquoise saying that they camo from a Persian district bordering on the Caspian sea Tho woods there were full of them ho explained and he offered to divide with France had planted the French flag there already as It were At last the day came for the formal presentation of the shahs gifts and on that morning early Rlza Bey melted Into space Ho was never seen or beaN of again no had its someone thekdream IglassNew llLi P 1 kbPn YB THE JURY DISAD A Fine Point IrEqu r + Wa ItHVtAn old time story of of law and whkfcu me In car rylog out anemlablecaYilcristold1- W the Philadelphia Rec t There were four brothers who iiiwjlhherlted a storage warehouse fromtWlr father Ho bad divided the property equally among them 1 Among the appurtenances was a cat iflnoanlmal excellent for mousing thIs trio was divided tko eldest brother owning the right front quarter the second brother the Jjeft front nd the younger brothers the two bindquarters l ow unfortunately thedtln one pf Its nocturnal prowls kiurcd the right front paw and the eldest brother attended Jo tha portion of his property by binding the Injured merit ber with a greased rag 5ho cat thankful for 1hlerelief h- Its sufferings went to sleepcontent edly before the fire but In the midst of Its slumbers a falling coal ignited the rag and the animal howling with agony dashed through the warehouse aid coming In contact with some com bustibles set the building on fire When the loss camo to be figured out the three younger brothers wished to throw it all upon the eldest on the ground that had he not tied up his part of the cat with the Inflammable thq building would not Jtmve been aestryetHe the contrary contended that had the cat 001 been possessed of the front right pawhis property it would havo stood still and burned to death It was the three other paws that caused the damage The brothers argued the case until they died but they never reached an agreement ij ti The Barrier- BlobbeNo 1 shall never marry SJpbbftBut you dont seem like a wo man r tntact yotiseem very fond or the fair sex BlobbSo Yes and I talk In my sleep Exchange Lenity laa part of but she must not too loudfor fear of waking JuJuceJoubert Private Boarding Rooms and board first class for one dollar per day for transients Home phone 7226 MRS LEE DOWELL 840 3rd Aye Louisville Ky The American Womans League The American Womans League is a sound business organization which is doing more to Improve the social and educational life of the vjijuh of A erica than any movement ever before attempted In thlacouairy The requlrment for membership In tho League Is the simple fcectirlng of 5200 worth of subscriptions fc The Republican or any of the Triagazlnta that are cooperating with the League a lull list of which over 100 will be sent on request If 15 persons In Hartford will each secure 5200 lu subscriptions the League will build a Beautiful chapter or club house right ro fee the use of its members The bundling will bo fully and completely fufnUnal equipped with a library mcedng room salesroom kitchen etc A building of this deacrijjtlpa Is needad by Hartford It would be a center of6 ertain mont and community improvement Buildings have already boa wacted in many towns Over 900 chapters hayRnijeip iqrjsahlzed all tier lilts Untbe stateee jril Malitsa m1all tea Bea j Offer W kalre buliwP cam pie r as i w6 golpgf let other OWM Hartford Not only have they the bitWIpge soap = fu W receive a regular moatjiy remut8ncetromti e headquarters of the League for the niatnxennoa r tlelpaditerJHouse i to pay for lig na Every Chapter House Is equipped wKfa a beautiful Grard Concert Pho indsraph costing 2250flt Thirty room are supplied and changed ayer week or as oftea as the members tdt fcfreifor thirty now rtcotda Wfiat others can do wean do The only question is da we a a itt1 PecksIdaho has a Chapter Hojaje ajwl tt a olm a little town with loss than 200 Inhabitants Hwtfa wfadjt tiieyvBay We have received many letters asking whether tho promises regad ioSg our Chapter House have beenq carried out and I wish to say moS emphatically Yes and more Our ChanieY House is consldtTed the prettied little house In Nez Perces county Our furniture has come alto our elegant library table phonograph We are gutting new members every week Yours most sincerely SlKntjd Katharine L Smith Becy Big Canon Chapter Peck Idaho Why not send and get literature belling all about tbtfLeague and get a Chapter House here in Hartford All subscriptions that are taken for Republican count on your membership at the full price Hasnt Hartford 15 people that will be the plbneera Write direct to the Publlclity de partment American Womans League City St Louis Mo for full information and literature will give you an application blank and you can start your membership by taking out a subscrlpltbn to The Hart ford Republican which will count J100 waNt your 5200 worth of sii sorltplolis When you have secured 5200 worth of subscriptions to the maga zines In tho League or our paperyour membership is complete for life arM you have no dues or fees of any kinfd to payj This Is an opportunity you cannot afford to let go by Dont put it oft till tomorrow act today Notice Some inquiry has been made of me as to whether or not funds are available Ho pay for work being done and PUbllCiroadsthe Fiscal Court to soy that provision haa been made whereby the expense of this work will be paid in cash on or about the lth day of each month Panties having performed work for the county unsdor direction of myself or magisterial dlstTio oveiseera will be paid by treasury warrants drawn by m- on or about tlie 15th of each month i Certificates df tire time worked and amount duo which are given by tho district ovarsEor may be mailed direct to me and when accompanied by turIpostage I will malt fenCt for 6IIIm on the 15th day at each m aJhIVery vwpedttully BTAYLORpupervtsor u r Tr r iii 1 1H i c Ii qj1 I MYtrp t i iJ rtV ruS Walking driving or motoringr j the PROPER footwear isJ t r I 1 h eJ 111i n 11 lS h P al1ty Drstnctive- m in Style yet moderate in prices Stj f ffIiI1I f t1iart r- rwr r 1JKll I v rr i 1io i 11 CRt j fi t I 1 3 JtO Ii J1 4 J r I 1YII ISP 1 tJ f D r c 1 r tI sq 0 II J Ii 1 J1f i AjV5tJjll I 1Ofgall fleadirigQ1 or P 11 irti rlI l Silks anne Ehfbsi1 l 1t i f 1 J hc tw t rods Inrt nsf IAt IrishLinens hmbroid I K I 7 i ereftfrand t Ginghams r i1 Come inn tl and see us We are sure l t you will go away well pleased 1 f M ROSENBLATTS T5he Store That Satisfies Why Not Get Those PHOTOS Made Now 9tr If you neglect it OP defer it nihch longer y ujnay regret it Bring the babies send the old R tolks and come yourself The JI j of photo supplies is go ing up and we will soon have to charge mow for our work Better come right away Schrpeters Studio Over Ropubllcoh Office ChlldrsrCry ICASTOR I A WantedEveryone e opened an uptodate Plumb ing Steam and Hot Water Heating Establishment IT Gprnplete Waterworks fits for country bougesats lIcost 1f All kn4sof Pipe repairing neatly done Tf Prices reasonable and work guaranteed r Estimates cheerfully fur nishedJohn L WilliamsY THE PLUMBER 1 aLastlorsnt Bearolc BIela Hartford Ky r act OXFORDS PUMPS 6 TANS PATENT GUN METAIS f AND was r- JQOTWEARrf to suit anyaperson t and any taste can be rourpj m rat our f store Yle can shoe the whole family better thanahybody WetikeaslJDPch t pains to provide footwear for the children wkthatup folks We invite you in just to see what we are showing Queen Quality rotrZ5Q 300 35Q and4On Barnes Specialsj OOI25 M rJJ OOanf25Q r ItJ Ie P wBARN13- S Jif 10lt 8 e t ea h eMDnti71rrr i 4 n r4 d t 1 It to t J