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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r f y Irkt t I1cwtifOXIrd t x tpttlcauIf rA YearWVOLXYII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTYiKY FRIDAY MAY 27 1910 No 45 GREAT SS CON VENTION4- cr e Race Question Bobs up as ri Usual Much Interest In Secretary Knoxs Efforts As Peace Maker r Wash ngwn D C May 21The 4gltul or the United States is thls k the scene of the greatest Su i4 school Convention so it Is said VPr oorembl It Is estimated that here are proent ten th sand delI gas represtmting all the oountl1cs- of the world These with visttnrs make a thtOl11g InterctedI streets vflledestrJans mind In automobile vans and other veMcl that are suggestIve of dire crowds tbatf k hero once 1n four years too iwltuetr9 the inauguration ofa priest dint and the znttttary piwgeaatry o f the oocosion President Tart adjess- d the OOnvcnt1on Thursday as also did John Waaamaker and Other dl- stlt r s1ed men- Unfortunately the iIaJOOquest1on has ccane up wIth its usual b4tberne and a ii e clash Is the result It was the expect of line colored rain Wers and church goors of the city Ito 1rawe a prominent tpart in the Conveu tlon Negro Sundayschoolchndre n of Washington it Wagexpooted would be altawcdlto paitiotpratPl 1n the great paraoo which was held on the evening + ttof the 20bh but negro ministers vf are Cosp l who had made prcpervblon Moa the Sundayschccl children of theT dhuxhee to take part in tIW kine bt march owore notified by the chatr iI81L In charge that there would be fro reservatdan made In thie line o f marchfor colored Suntpaynehxi- apnpils I The bUl1lng of the colored cbtldren from the pamad9 of course 9- raled a storm of protest from th3 pastors of the many colored churcheJ- tor It must be remembered that Wash- tngton irk the largest colored IJOl- mnll mofany d y to the world Mdlton Waldron who Is pastor o f the fang 3t coned church tin the cSty- aiOhough he has such a aUght admixture of odlored blood that lID oni I from aPPeanaeo would d are him w+2 Jh the Dcgroe has pubtishpd an apes- Iet1ea a to tM Convention He say The objEct of the sixth world s Sun drool ConvUon Is to carry forward the YOrk of God in the opri of Chirw among all nations We know w complotoly the IJon cUmltJalted mice acd national prejudice from his social practice It Is unfortunate that any one who bears his name sholid at this time when the av ngeli- tfon of the world in this generatio- nb the watlch1Ord of wiUtans resort by such offensive forums of mace prwlu- dice as the 10oaicommlliree of Wash lgton bas done In compllY so far aa it Is concerned eUmlni1tdntg the ooored people from any part do the Mzth worlds Sunc11yachcol convey Ion It Is difficult ro we how any Oanjcan PIl3oy or hope for Aloe evange- UzaUon of the world when one refuSCS to teYowsb1p his ntdghlor next door use of moo and color preE1dCnatTaUs address to the Con- vomUon waa received wtth grat ap pa m the was teibly impressed frith the enthnsllllSn1 of top audience Mfrs TaOt was on the gland with him auld she was not perntitRed to re Isla In Eeclusfoa The President e corbcd het to the pulpit then In hisi ctiaraddlitlc way ho fIald This tg- dhV real Pccadeuit of the United Star ha He began Itt Ia great honor to welcome to Washington foe OitoYDeaulltul aW01tds Convention at a time when the city Iii nos hmauUfUL Frouia11 parts of the 1Onl- dro wolooldhere the repmaeatahVOS- of one Of the two tthree greatlf 8ttwnentaUtlfB for rmaiGFag too rwcrlll better more moral more religiouei Johns Wanaariakeradthie ed enc in behalf of the Sun yscbools naPancilng a l They bear and heed tgesm and they aro besntng TheadGIrO Roosevelt When President Taft hue bo i ted hia presenta termpt off anit4be4 tone he wlllb8tbeI worlds DiLWO lfu rlj5hdeous aaws- I aJ1ju6tJ1 call him the wtterney t general far the Sunrlaryachoobs ar- Nooth Amercti The 6unrdayttc idea has a ns w vision and Its m pro I1Cnlts and nlargennents- tnnpchJing are olr lake the tariff 1t htbeen revised upwrrd Much Interest Is felt In diplomatic tWclss lure with regar4 ito Soore terry Knoxe rdie as peaceniakbr amid tile trouUled caxlkiens la South America CtrJval America and Chl11l1 1 Is thought that Jt Secrutray Knox s proffer to China lies actuary been sent tJo Pokln and llCCtptled there resnarkable sltunJioh ill flCoolgn a ya tins will have been eJ bllfJhed it was a sorm what ramarkalle actio on the part cf the Secretary io otter to all this oauniry could In operation wltht the Pekin goveramen- to t check antlforelgn outbreaks A spreadinng lLo3llnEt aU torelgD IndudJng the JapaneSe It Is said that the rioters are cutttlmg aft rhtdr qU4iHS us an ex- pre9 lon at their feriae to change ttba policy and rule andperhapstbe dy nasty It Sntetary Knoxs plan shai receive the approval of the Chlrese government 1t Is pt roiblo that ascth Pr march roPekln similar to first con Sequent uloa the Boxer uprising urn Y result y EVERETTS CASE OUT pF COURT Dismissed On Motion of His At terrors at Dan ville Ind i We have received a letter from S D Robertson Secretary ot the Kentucky State Union infurmtng us that he had received word from SecrAta Kump N Otionat Secretarythat great Ev6rett trial which was com merlCcd at Danville Ind May concluded on the 19th nit with th result that Everetts atLrrneys after hearing the evIdence of J A Everett and his son moved ito dismiss the case thus ending the UUgation Thi Is the great 16000 soft which Everett has bEen holding over the head of the National organization for two years claiming that too socloty lIVas Indebi to him In that amount and publishing broadcast this fabrication to order to Injure and tear down the sociuy of equity of which h claimed to be the founder In reality the society was not Indebted to Everett but In all likelihood It the truth could bg made known Everett Is hldebted to the sucloty many thous keeptng wIth the prosooutloll which Et e- rot Instituted two years ago last Jan against C M Barnett who was at that time National President for criminal libt1 and which was dls missed last January after having re reamed on the docket two years with out any effort to bring the matt r to trial upon the part of the Ctmr- moruweaVh cS Indiana or the prose cutting witoss Mr Everett Everett never had any case against Barnett whatever and he knew It at the time he instituted the prosecution und It was done only for the purpose of misleading the public He will yet be made to pay the Penalty for this false t1ep ARNOLD May 24The rainy weather haS dolayed farming considerably ibut farm era are nearly all done iplantlcig corn Some have set out their tobacco TM tobacco crop Is going to be smaller than last season Baileys come and maid dogs have been aU thg go lately Mr Robert Klsslngr Olaton wasI buriEd at Arnold burying grOunds on the 2oth Inat- Mr Roy Albin Arnold anidilMIssJ Bessie JameS of WOI9 quietly married on the 18th Inst There will be Sunday school Con ventiap at Mt LIberty church Jane commencing at l p iii Programs not yet arranged 1Ir James Cook visited Mrs Margaret Coy last Sunday Wanted An organizer in thIs section or- our131ckaccident and me llIIIIUrance renewelState Manager 1O31d41 DrexelBuild4- ing Philadelphia Penn r- Y t t F EIGHT RAISE FOR OHIO COUNTY State Board of Equalization Pass es on all CountiesRaises 1Ohio 5 Per Cent illTho State Beard of Equalization Qf mooting held lass Friday passed upon thw prcPOstd raise or the Tlrne ra1a war tenmtlvely fixed nt 15 prr cooet t and nodce was gtvenYo Judge 1 ed8ing thtrtc He together mi1b- Courtl Clerk W S Tlnsley forme- assessc r S W Leach stud County At 1ternleY O E Smith apt ared ooto1f the board on the 12th day of Apr U to protJtIt nganlEt flea raise and give evtdoaoo CIS to why the proposed 15 1lXI cel rods should not be made How well they succeedEd Is evldQnc et by tho fact that tw +thirds of lh- protoosca d Jt1C1tEme woes takes off ond the lnlJI loonnEo fined alt 6 per cen- of t the aaasr d value The oounCy receiving the MghesO raise in this sectloj of the ante t- McLean s county which rooetv- edne of rtlwenty per cnrvtl Tho count C- 3l thIs sacton receiving rosts are Dave 6 lQr cent Hancock 5 iOl cent Christian 5 per Clffit Houder son 15 per coat Vcbttcr 16 Ior cent McLean 20 per cent Ohio 5- pr cent Union 5 her cent nnd- HCPktn 15 per cons Twettyslx o unties escape tL title e the local asa esment and oqualizabl being lCCtUd In thut number and ninctythree counUcs were glen boot The increase range froni flveper cent to twentydivo per cen- oa lards personal prapenty and town lots Four county got the blg TheyeMorgan twentythreee cCUntJuJ go the minimum rate of five per cede qThe population centots of the state aU gut raM Campbell county gdtln ten pEr cent Jetfcir on countytwely per cent Kenton county fifteen Per perscent Only F1ye te county of the bIg cuunties In tOO state escaped a raise The action by the board Is fin al unless some action Should be tak en In the courts by a tlLsgnmMied county on the idea that the board mired lnntead of equiiaed th IImp- eJoty values The work of the Beard will be lmmedbJ ely certified to Sbato Auditor for the collection In taxes BURLEY SOCIETY AFTER CANTRILL TryIng to Bluff Him Out of American Society of Equity Owenton KyMay 23CongrOD1an J Comvbefl Cahtrlll will have op position to his race for the Democratic nomination for Congress unless he announces himself at once iu favor of the pools of the Burley Tobacco Society and pools his own tobacco soU1ethlcg the Congressman has not yet done The announcement followed a big tobacco mootIng here today and Burly society leaders wre responsible rot the statement that A L Forgu son Vice President of the Burley Society and Cantrl11g follow townI1Stl1an had boon guaranteed the support of the Democratic leaders in Owenton President Lebus1gordUdly crttdzed the ntfitude 0 the Cougre man at todays meeting Entries for the Democratic primary or the nomination closes June G UP to this time there had beeu no definite apposition and it was supposed that MrCantTili would be declared the nominee pili that date thus disposing of the primary set for June 25 VSglopeMr Connie Barnard AIr Wy BAsbby and Miss- Dessle Drown both couplestrom Con- tentowaOhio county passed througlf- Owensboro Saturday w mute to Rock port Ittdwhene they were anatried They returned w the city endspent u1 night ai tie Ben hotoandteft o- Sunda afternoon for thelrhomea M f TRAINi CROWDiyr All Get Acquainted Happy FeUci- At rtatlons Between Citizens and visitors f rThe poclal Booster train of 4Mad- 1sonvill arrived In Hartford ul 12 toast LOO of the citizens of Hartford herded by the reception committee Aster a lively tune from the Earl ln6ton hand which accompanied the twain Mayor James H Williams made iL short speech of welcome and pre sent d to Mayor Gatlin of Madison Ville a hush key more than three fee4 long as a token of the door wdl which Hartford greeted he visitor Mayor Gatlin rerponded a ns neat slwech after which the oltlzeJ and Iltors formed a procession nrd paraded through the town wllJlllng up at the Masonic and K P buldlngi where tIC visitors were ptnvhled wIth dinner tickets and were bountwusly cared for by ho ladles of the Bapris t Theaj citizens of Hartford contributed lhe to the visitors from Hopkitr county At one oclock the crowd as sembled on the court house square and lIited to eloquent addresse ironic Messrs D H iinchcloe Ruby 1affoon M C Givens Ben D Rlug and Iudgq R R Wedding At 230 the ylnihrs took the train for the return home They expressed themserwes a highly pleased with the trip all along 4thb lhw pspeclally nt Ceueertown and Hartford where they were warmly HartfordtlJ houses were gal decomted as was also the court hue They brought about 260 gueltt and rubout 200of them were from Hopkins coun otf tunes which were very much appreciated by the people all along the line FOR THE BUSY READER It was announced at Washington hat Dr Charles Edgar Little had boon selected as head of the Peabody College for Teachers for tine ensuing yeast to tuccctd exGov James D Porter recently resIgned The naval bill carrying approprla at Attorney for the EasberIV Kentucky district and George W Long as Marshal for the WeE ern Kentucky district were sent to the Senate by the President- S The nnaral bill carrying apIoprlatl- O11 aggregating approximately 130 000000 In which provision is made to two Dreadnought battleships wan passed icy tlw Senate The measure carries 3000000 more than the bill as It passed the House Mattle Drain a servant in Vin- cer nes Ind has been left 20000 by the will of laMhaU MaMurran an aged wanderer to whom she gave rood anti n CUp of cotfte MoMurrun died In an insane asylumand in n belt he wore was the money bequeathed to his bencfdctor The Department of Justice is loves tlgatlng the subject of the price of lumber to the United States with a view of dets rminhg whether or not the socalled lumber trust may be reached bY the Sherman antitrust law on the ground that It Is tt comlJlua thou In restraint of trade In an opinion or the Interstate Commerce Oommbision handed down SaturdaY that body clearly de fines Its supremacy In the case of tanftiot with State Railroad Commlli8ons The opinion overrules the commtseton of Florida In relatkon- to thedlxingof railroad freight rates and wJiitef tcase In point Is of com parativelylittle lmportanoe the of foot ofthts ruing Is of countrywide application f SUNNYDALE May 2Mr R L Taylor and Mr Jim Kings daughters have mumps Mr Charlie Fltzhugh of Sulphur Springs s sIck Dl this wrIting balsa Iabeho Mauzy Hanford via led Mrs F 1 SandPlfur from Friday until Sunday Mr James Wysong has returned p from tt successful trip to Evanavill where he had ben to dispose of a lot of saw logs Mr Toll Haynes and wife Owens boro have been visiting her father Mr James Wsong of this place 31r Arthur Nash got ono of his fingers badly smashed while handling switch ties Miss Mollie White Narrows Visiting her friends Misses Bmslean Ethel Bonnet at this writing The swbIch at this place is com pleted lie T A WImsatt fell while carry- Ing II cross tie and dislocated his hip But we understand that he I recovering 31r Alonzo Iliad dtlputy sheriff was la Sunnydale today summoning wltncwc3 rJesse Bennett lost a flue mare by being chocked ou oats marrs arbors warn whcllr was also badly damaged Mr Richard Wfong lianningon- g visiting his father dir James Wy song lilts linttte Duke ot Hartford Iii AlmonyDuke of Palo- Farmers have the blues on aecour- of so much rain We hope thus the thatswill cause sunshine and growing weather LONG AND SHARP ARE NOMINATED- Louisville Man to be Marshal and Other Gets Eastern Dis trier Attorneyship Washington liar 23The nomlJa tJOIJoS of J M Sharp as Attorney fo the Eastern Kentucky dutrk an of George W Long I1IS Marshal fur Ute Western distrIct were sent by the President to the Senate itoday- Shnrparnrrding to the White House agreement of Friday boween Senator Bradley and the President is to name Lawyer Smith of Barbourville as his usslstant As a result of the understanding Seator Bradley agreed to the noJmlna- tlOIl of Sharp who is the selection of Rpresentative D C EdwardsJudg H Clay Howard of Parll the Bradley candldae for Sharps lface Is to get a 10000 dlpiomatcpeat George W Long reavpolnted Unit ed States Marshal fcr The Western distrlgt cf Ketucky is from Lei ch field Grayson county He has been prominent In State polttlcsand was at one tints chairman of the RClJU- blIean Sate Campaign Committee J M Sharp who will be the n tw District Attorney for the Elern district lives at Wmtamsburg1hLt Icy county He Is at pteseNt Commonwealths Attorney of the Twenty sixth did7riot HOPEWELL May 24Dro Bennett tilled his reg ular appointment at his place Sun day Mos C G Taylor left yesterday for 5t Louis to vLshi her daughters Miss Jessie Taylor and Mrs Nova King Little Jewel WIlliams died at the home of her parentsMay 20th She was burled at the family burying ground Saturday at two oclock Ip m A largo crowd was there and her nlll grave was covered with lower There will be singing at Pond Run church next Saturday night Evrey body Invited Little Louise Russell Is ill ot this writing Mrs W P Graves was called to the bedside to her daughter Mrs- Vtrrda Howard Qcf entral City last Saturday Sunday school at Pond Run Is Pro grossing nicely There were eighty four Smsent Sundayf Baptist Church Regular services next Sunday Sun day School session 945 oclock Morn lag worship at 11 oclock Theme of sermon The Duty of a Pastor This sermon will be followed In the near fnttlre with a sermon onThe Duty of a Church Member and we aro very anxious for our members to hear both sides of the question Evening worship at 746 oclock All will find a welcome ot those services LJJ1w Lt r yrDR UNER CONGRESS SLOW IN CLEANINfi UP YORK Stubborn Fight Over Sun dry Civil Bill Hard Contest Also Expected on Postal Savings Bank Measure Washington liar 22Skivers crave Lsea cl11snglth m ehe3 up and down the flhlcs of members who must face serious contests In their Stater c- i dlstuioti If they conic back tIJ the next Congress over since John Dwight the Republican whip of the house of- Rspresenta tives Issued hIs prodiaion that the present session would not adjourn before July 15 Evan the mot pessimistic members had thought there would era little difficulty to getting away by the end of June but a week has JXUISel since Mr pwJgM made his forecast- and In Chat time little progress has been made That the prediction was made tU trnpellingstir thomsetves was believed by the leaders but there is danger now tha the sesslen will run well into July Tne oontt in the House over the 20000 aprprrpritatoa contalnd In the sundry civil bill to extend the scope jf the Tariff Board has waged stub opoposedoninvestigatio by the board should he reported direct to Congress instoo1- or o the Presidonr whichrCommitdon and Post Roads is ready for the Ropubllcut1 eaucuswhich will be held Wednesday night Praeti oally all of the RepuWcas of the House signed the ca1I It Is not likely therefore that the division over the bill will be along regular and insurgent tine It Is more lkety to be between Eastern and 1Veserr memo bersThe caucus will take the form of a committee of the whole majority membership ot the House and it is probable that many changes front the torn in which Jt was reported will be ntadeIn the bill The caucus will take tile form or but as draftEd Is II bankers bill and that under Its operations theIr communities might be depleted of money and that It would be taken to New York and other money rentersAfter reposing In it more or less lethargic state OIl the Senate calen day for mangy weeks the Statehood bl11 sUddenly has b 1a11 called to take an active part in bringing the oppos Ing factions togetlror on the railroad bill Regular Rtpubllroils concede they need Democratic notes to US the ad rlnistration In a form saU8factory to Presdent Tall There are many of thn contested eaten es of the bUt which meet naturally with the favor of the Democrats but they cannot overlook the prospet- of being able to drive a shrewd bar gain They hold hat the Statehood bill must receive it titer aId then Republican majority flu pawing their railroad legislation Many of the Republican leaders are Inclined to agree that a wrote hall betaken err the Statehood bill The measure as reported by Senator Bev erldge from the Senate CommittC on Territories differs so materially from the bill IS passed by the House that opponens to legislation at the present seSlcn claim not to fear as agreement In conference If those who have been fIghting the bill agree tt permit Ghe Statehood bill to come to A vote they will place their depopdence for tlre postponeancat of the mdasure upon the dlfferonCtli- b twOlCn the two branches of Con gress The appropriation blllSoll are hi advanced stages Although a number of them still are In conffreren Among these are the fortifications pensions rtvers and harbors and legislative bills OnlY the sundry and deficiency bUts ttmain to ho passed by the House and the Senate will be Taady for those measures as soon s they arrtyo RECORD WORTHY L OFTHE PART I WIIlE LEGISLATION THAT HAS- t BEEN ENACTED UNDER PRES ENT ADMINISTRATION TARIFF LAW PROVES WORTH Successful Working of the Measure I Rapidly Silencing Its Critics Wise and Economic Expend Iture of the Money of the Peopl- eWaehingtonEven If should adjourn tomorrow the record ot the present admInistration to date would really be an extraordinary one Never has so much been accom- pllllhed In a single year all has been attained since the Inauguration o f President Taft The tariff law enacted at the IIpeclal session last year was stupendous piece of work In Itself and has proved so eminently successful that few can be found to criticize It It has brought as unusual amount of revenue and a wonderful amount o f business to the country It has given every man who Is worthy of It a chance to work and wages are being Increased allover the country so rap- Idly that It can easily be said that never before In our history have the people of this country been receivin so great a reward for their labor and toll As a result of this tariff legislatio- we have entered Into pleasant lions with every country gaining fro them the most advantageous terms for our exports to them and giving return the benefits of our minimum rates Such arrangements with our national competitors throughout th globe do much more to make peace and friendly relations than anything else that could be done and alread the principle of a maximum and mini mum tariff has been fully vindicated and shown to be not a club but a means to bring advantage to both sides In a peaceful and friendly way Tariff Commission at Work Again the tariff commission made possible by the law while we hear little of Its workings Is still a very busy body and when the appropriation now pending is made available there will no doubt be a mass of Information collected that will be of benefit to the executive and to both houses of congress Next to the passage and successful Working of the new tariff law Is the economy put Into operation and the splendid results therefrom which have accrued to the government It will not be possible to know just how great a saving has been made In our expenditures until the end of the fiscal year but It le already known that many millions of dollars will have been saved to the taxpayers of the country In the first place the post office deficit of 17000000 last year will be reduced to some 5000000 this year showing a saving or at least 12000000 This Is due largely to the business methods Inaugurated by Postmaster General Hitchcock and to legislation that will enable him to put Into effect many reforms In the serviceIn treasury department too throughout the various bureaus econ omles have boon put Into practise and many thousands of dollars saved t the government This has been made possible through the business judgment shown by the various secretaries andtho desire to carry out Mr Tafts wishes that not a dollar should be wasted In any department of the government Tho same economy has been practised In the various other depart ments and all this outside of the savings shown In the appropriations No Waste of Public Money When the appropriation bills are finally made up for the year It will be seen that a great saving has been made In almost every bill amounting In the total to many millions of dol mars All this le hardly noticed by the general public but will be a great feature to bo credited to Mr Taft and his administration as the figures are finally made up It Is being proved that a president and his cabinet officials may save the government In many ways quietly and without ostentation and without giving out dally bulletins to show what has been done White this may not at the time gain for them the credit that Is their due yet when the people realize at the end of a year when the figures have been made up what has been ac compllshed they will not fall to give the proper credit and to sustain an administration that II working so earnestly In their behalf Important Leglafatlon Pending As has been stated even were there no further legislation this session the result already attained would be extraordinary but there Is no doubt that there will be most Important laws enacted during the closing weeks ot the present session It Is Impossible to anticipate just what tbese laws will be or la how far they will carry outI the promises of the platform or the recommendations of the president ItImust be remombered that we are a nation of 90000000 people covering vast extent of territory with most diversified IndustrIes and that the senator and representatives who are working for the boat good of all these people must have very diversified views upon those great public quos floes Thoso viowe cannot be enacted into law Ia a single dayit tat muy days of long debates to reach tile best results and to arrive at tile compromises that will be acceptabl e to the majority In view then of the record that has already been made loud or the legtal ion sure to be enacted and In vIew of the splendid administration that President Taft Js living to the country It seems impossible that the people will fall to return a Republican house of representatives and by a doing give a hearty Indorsement to Mr Taft and his efforts He should have a Rellubllcjn house of representatives the last two year of his term to enable him and his mucbaas to brIng about the best results to our civil and social and Industrial life 8peaker Cannon Honored On the 7th of this month Speakers Cannon attained his seventrCourth birthday From morning till night hI was the recipient of congratulations and gifts but perhaps the pleasantest Incident was a brief address by Champ Clark the Democratic leader to whom the speaker responded as follows 1The gentleman from Missouri and members of the house of represents flues I thank the gentleman fro bliasourl for the kindly reference t the seventylourth anniversary of the birth of the present speaker of tbe house of representatives It le a great body 3922 In number representing In round numbers 90000000 people wit a great area from thee fortynlnth d eras of north latitude down to southern boundary and from the At acrossBgreat natural resources the greatest nanlure given by the Almighty to any earlmand we are especially blessed with a growingntram one decade to another since the landing rt mfr forebears In Virginia Weei have been contributed to from lh Caucasian race by the best that th lndlvldyto new from the old world seeking to better 5their condition and under the hand thesweat of their faces they have developed as we hope as we believe In the grand average the most virile patriotic and capable population on earth Ours le a representative government and as we gather from the various portions of the republic representing populations with different climates and with different resources our constituents have different personal Interests and we voice ou constituents Striving for Best Results In consideration of legislation tha will bring the greatest good to the greatest number we necessarily have different views Therefore being vir lie to the best of our ability we seek to write the views of the constituents we represent upon the statute books for the common good In the clash of Interests we make compromises and all legislation of a general na ture Is the result of compromise While sometimes there Is hot blood and virile partisanship after all I want to say for the majority side o the house that we are all Americans under our oaths representing according to our best judgment the respect- Ive constituencies which have given us their power of attorney to act Cor themAnd while there are hot words at times I feel that when as you have done you have halted the business of- the house to remember my seventy fourth birthday which Is away be yond the average of life to man that you do It In the kindness of your hearts and that however much you may be mistaken as to my capacity you would not do It unless you recog nlzed that I walk In the light of my best judgment as you walk In the light of your best judgment I thank you Loud applause Fifty Years Ago On May 10 1860 the first Republican bill was passed In the house of representatives the eo called Morrill tariff bill On May 18 1860 Abraham Lincoln was nominated for president at Chicago What grand results have come to us as a nation and a people In these 60 years during only two years ot which the Democratic party has been In complete control of the gov ernment Beautiful China at Balmoral There Is a good deal of beautiful china at Balmoral one of the most Interesting sets being a Sevres desert service which la painted with scenes of Highland life and sport by Land seer This la placed In a cabinet In the blue drawing room the win down of which command a most beau tlful view says Womans Life The late Queen Victoria was one of Land seers warmest admirers and pur chased many of his works The Reward of Labor Happiness Is the child ot weariness from work Resting Is not good when you rest all the time But It le mighty good after a ten mile tramp JD the woods People who have turkey ev cry day cannot enjoy Thanksgiving Christmas means nothing to the child whose room lss full or dolls and tin soldiers all the year round The law that he who will not work shall not eat le no truer than the law that he who does not work cannot eat One of our Ohio contemporaries refers to Maplewood a suburb of Sidney 0 Probably there are suburbs inflnltuar iI LESS THAN A 18e j d Airship Will Disp1ace Grea Ocean Liners orWill be Equipped With Al1tyMa ern Convenleltesoir the Ships From the standard of prime developement the airehtp c 191 6 may be conwnd as having hull it rigid construction o thous and te long apd eighty fat t tbrom with wa3ommodatipare fore hundred and fifty patsengeta and a crow ot foriytwo men The new air liner will resombi a submarine or rather e flyin g tIshas a writer Iq the Cantu- blagazL ry All Its parts will be Itos under body eight hundred fee long twelve te wIde and nm ne toot high will extend between the elbows tore and aft where the hull pointebody wlU hold seven passenger and eight operating oobkm after the fashion ot a compartment shaping car A continuous lg- sagaway 5 will extend from sad to end The brow gnzed whir nail mica will furnish an aerial servatory Its Interior will be a o rles of grill galerlee connected bq steps Here will be the bridge the elgnae1 radiation to all pants of the ship A narrow gallery wIll voh the extrcm nose where a small explorIng gu swung on a universal joint Dan be- tired toward mroct pans In exnco On its several Platforms will be the navigating dock the helm the wire lass the chart room moteorologla and nstroJomlca1 obsat vabrieu BeloW the bridge will be a hatchway to the main panaget In the for ward underbody of the ship where there Is a companionway which is wilr1 be the captains cabin To starboard or this will begin the made parage opentlug on the passage Next e captains quarters fa sequence w14 1 ire officers and glneers stDteroams officers wardroom and messtth Dauber shop the iltzt motor com parlmeIJt thatonet room qns angers state rrxmrs paasengers lIv- Ing quatrtera a centta0 lounging trading and dining saloon IbhI1 Width of the ship transformfed Into open dock space by alIl1ng side ports At the Stlrn will be roh- estewarts quarters where all cooking will be by elretrlcLty Meals will be served In each saloon the pantry stvlce bhg CWraJ1cl by esalator passing through the hold wideh will ba attached to the airship s entire underbody Table servIce IWI1- Ibe dellveerd through a trap In tihP saloon floor Telephone and electric anaunclators will connect each see lion but one Surt will be there AM bed covering will he of lightest wetgMs because jktron heaters carrying the hot exhaust ot the motm will ketpa the temperature automatically even while flying at frigid attitudes When flyIng low In the trop1cs the almhhp may be VU foatly cooled by ventilation Only hand baggage will be permitted for the quick paeaga other baggage going by steamer or eagnc airship The sides ot the hold or ron nol five foot nigh and eight feet wide will be lined wl1h eonanuou tanking contalaing gasoline fuel to be forced upward Into the engine rooms au needed The outside off tile hold will serve as the nnsMp8 rounded keel and wlU enable the craft to float one water cWtlc buffers for landing will be tlxtd underr each engine section The eight motor compartments will be equipped with One two hundred horse power motor tranl9Irilttlng energy by short spel belts in flatten od tubes to one propeller on the same sid ot the hull and to euxiI Mary engines operating pumps rwm control the gas chambers withdrawing expanding gas and condensing nln to the alruhtpe tubular frame They wIll also drive powwnful tans for f- Ventll1ting the air spaces ot the Lull and the living quarters The elsctmie power plates for llahting cooking and operating the escalator wUtbe In the engine departmhata The top of the hull now the Zeppelins obsetvatory till become along hurricane deck of thlniiht plttaklnL with aide rails Here hvIU t 7S r r rr tom be keel alriio4t l IIcair7lngttiewJreJe atteasae and fiee yellow i toff lights obserrstorles for cloud trJe1splaUosl 8dea1itede os state searnhligbts kite wineli aM tkeakehipsbaits two ill AirtaerqJtUei eoolstone fore and Wle ndiet aft e1dh anp6e sPace kr launching and altgktiag The deck wIY be reached by small Wind- Ing openworksutra ths ugh the hWl The hull Will be divided Wo fordsgace the port and BArcard sides five sets of curved plane surfaces will help tolUt and support the aIrship or steer Jt up and down They will be stepped to avoId lrArrference Bent tween tDsm will be efgirt propellers tour on each side at alternating levels along the hull It le believed that within flue years such an air liner will be Daps- or We ot traveling ventyiYEfmUea en hour ordlnarlly and often one bun dred and twenty miles In the upper testis Two milts above the equator a plantary curnod encircles the globe at tremendous speed The globe at trEmaldous speed The aihes of ribs ertrpticn of Ktatoa were rarrletl- t In this belt around the world In tounbeen days In ton tars an airship drIven fifty tulles an hour may vCbanoe make that trip in eight days tirIng ot n speed of one hundtvd and twenty tulles nn hour or three thousand miles n day Is it an a dream lien years ago n prophecy of the yrerent achliMJmels of German air navtga tom would have been received rwith incredulity tklalSaves an Iowa Mans Life The very grave soomod to yawn before Robert bladren of Wait BUTP UngtonIowawhen alter seven wee In the hosphJ tour of the boa physicians gave him up Then was shown the marvelous curative powe e1gLnt uaonhts of frightful suffering trom liver trouble and yellow jaundice gett lug no help from a her remedies or doctors five botUm ot tits snatch less medicine completely cured him Its poatively guaranteed ter Stomach Liver or Kidney troubles and nave r disappoints Only 60 at all druggleta The DeadThe KIng lies dead in hIs pitrp le room where the tJhrone and the Seep ter be and my neighbors coJtage is filled with gloomthat means a lot more to me The King Js mourned by a mllUon soulH the King who is whll1 and dumb and over his country the Dead March rolls std the sound of the muffled drum So the KIng wont caM it I do not weep or utter my waillngs wild Ill save my tears for my friends who keep theIr watch oer a dying child TM King Was good and the King was wise and Pm Jrry- I the King Is dead bUit sound the corner a poor man lies and groans 1nLl s lowly bed IU rustle there in mq awkward style and moilen his fever ed brow and try to bring to his face a smile Bud cheer up his weary frau The King has gone whore his forbears watt In stately and hushed repose a cripple comes to my garden gate aril Ill give him a suit of oohes The King has gone to the sle1r bourne where aU of the anon archs roam Im sorrybut when I have time to mourn Ill do it for folks MasonWIth preconceIved opinions Id prej- udIces against the Payne Tariff Jaw which was charged with being the principal it not the sole ours of the high poet of IWtng the Mauuchusette- Leglslatura appointed n ItPOCJaJ com mt jon which rcported condlttons asIit found i hem without color cr Pre JudIce and dts report den 1IJ that the Tariff Js e YD n Donttibu ory factor In causing the high pltces andI clearly states wbel Ithe IWpubHcan has tJEadlly maladatned that the prices were goveicrd almost entirely by the law of suppply and demand the supply being lImited and the demand focreae d by a sSeadfly irwras frt prnpulardaa oDd pUblic and private waste The cmly other contT1butory cause found was the marked increase in tile worlds supply or goldlChildren Cry FOR FLETCHERS s CASTORIAFashion Rotes From ads Shops The short cow Is ane3tabll tact A ehlrbwaist fashions Into delightfully varIed tines fife spring Some of he new silks and kid oYa3 ddisplay remarkable create em broldrry Dark blue or black chiffon is used on many iota to veil fife gayly colored sitwws If your neck is round white and gracelul by ail meana adopt s bocotz ing collesleae gown bdnd4 to r fMarbleandGraniteMonulne its l MOXUMRRYAE Kg j WHAT WRONG IWith = = Public Schools = = By JOSEPH ROGERS I i4Ili LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE E- = GET IT READ IT 8 = Special Rates Glveu to Teachers = fii 4Il ADDRESS iLippin otts Philadelphia E- 4Il 8tOnQ1at occasions Slippers of boroades In the deep cop per old gold and peculiar reddish- r shades will be popular for evening- wear Sllkscarts weighted l1th frInge are pretty and are draPed on Panama hats Kith Smart results Square sailor collars of Irish crochet are somewhat newxtr than the round Dutch Dollar They will be Worn with some of the oollarlsm wash gowns tills summer- Tiny loving cups in porcelain on la silver and other metals are used much for dlnar favOrs and for card prizes Quaint evening hoods are enjoyIng dceonod vogue Some of oho mod ols are dCldely pretty and becoming Crepe eaa Is a material with a sub dued satiny lwter whldJ ls delight fully pliable and is yet or Do floe Ugh weave Metallic ribbons are WIth us In gor goons array and the West among then Is refreshing green wIth silver edg On orvnlng gowns frlDgEl3of jot or tubular beads are placed upon ittre bod- Ice ot the shirt much as flounces of lace are made In green blue and white n PIece of prInted chameloon foulard Is one orrh expressions ot the seasons chan bc silks Sot satin Is used for many of the most charming afternoon gowne th- dcop hem being one or the dLtlniul shlng features One of the best ways of tJIimmlng the sltiiped wash suits for little girls Is WIth the narrowest ribbon velvet made into bows Cold and Qulck S Latirippe Medicine Guaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrippe in 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia in 30 minutes At druggist or by mall J C MendeRall Medicine CO Evusvitie lad Goner Home God In hIs infinite wisdom has seen to remove from our eMrRt- crurrd Render In the death Of Richard we have Post chrlstJan blend the family klndand oftectlonat son and brother Though another star has born added to fire constellation of the eternal heavens whose pry will be as a burning light shedding Ls rays to guide us oer JUes slncreat ed flows into theunchangoable keav en of test We deeply feel and ztealize our loss we know tis God that has bereft aid we should oomtC lltourelves by the SWettt wordn wet n1 written upon hIs face I1s he lay In his ltwt peactAul slumber Resting at Jesus feet We herriby tender our syanpay to tho bereaved ones and we oosttmtrnd them to the bles3ad aesuranCPI that weeping may endure for a night but joy comoGh In the morning A 11 Will Promote Beauty onder1MeruptionsIlipne8 soft and velvety It glorUlea the teas Cures sore ere cold sores cracked Ups Chapped horde tscalds JJjl1J Ourbus aeef = ed eaeldvely f I to the Ge Slet and stone trade dbeCiucjlY practical in same eublee u8 to know your reQuirmoots WoaliIre dle the very beet Granite and Maitle IU1 ourtep utatlori has gained On lust this class of goods Ii uashoty In dollars 4and cents It to your lnteroet- to buy of us We gladly refer you to any of the parties we havefUI1IihOd- as to our hoooaty and rsponalbiltty in dealings s x 3 THE tlOMA WORKS Hartford Itjj IS 1 our M Magazine a a J n I r I ry rl FAIRBANKSMORSEGasoline Pumps water grInds teed shoos earn 0 Works every dray at s small cost to operate All sizes tor lolL tall purposes Send tar ootallogue 802 Address FAIRBAhKS MORSE GO Louisville My A Reliable Remedy FOR CATARRHr Elys Cream Balm I0 absorbede It cleanses soothes heals and protects Ithe jeMed mem borne resulting from Catarrh and drives away scold In the Head quickly Restores the Senses of Taste and SmelL Full size LiquidCreamEly Brothers 66 Warren Street He York The Louisville Times FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER ab BIGGER THAN EVER Fhe regular price of THE LOUIS VILLE TIMES is 5 a year If you- will send your order to us you ifHARTfORD AND THE LOUISVILLE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 450 The Louisville Times Is the BestAiterhoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the best crops of correspond nth 4 perfecttygeneral news field completely Has the best and fullest markets reports Democraticinpolitics but JairtoIIeverybody Send Your Subscription iRlrllt Away Yi jTx tr 1 r j fhJlhi I a r AtK 81S f r DOGS FOR DEFENSE i rAtirv They Are Trained in Belgi um to Protect Master and Property r j A Ywy InforesUng congress has Just taken place In Brusetla In can nection with the ogmpetdtlons for dogs trained for the defense of dr master and his proprety and for po lioe dogs Tate programme under discussion writes a correspond of the London Standard was divided into two sec tions that for dogs privately trained for the defense of their master and his property and that for police dogs In the former ectori dogs of all kind are used and the matter of training is Individual and according ro the owners personal idea Belgium has an unenviable notoriety In the matter of crime probably due Ito its lax punJshmcnite and a solitary pedes trian in a lonely unfrequented neigh borhood has often a poor chance even in daylight unless armed At night even the outkh1s of the towns and villages are unsafe and this is why so many men whoso occupations oblige them to face the risk of attack trace their dogs to de fend them This idea has enormously developed of late years im Belgium and competitive trials are now nu merous which with their good prizes and tM high sums for which trained dogs are often sold greately encour ago the breeding of suitable dogs Many men in Brussels keep a dog asa defense for going to and from work and on any large vacant space of ground one ia sure to find some man training ifs dog with this pur pose in view The dog used solely for defense and police doge of whom is required a more subtile Intelligence must for their own safety learn certain lessons In common For Instancy they must refuse to accept food from any one although their muster may not be present to restrain them Another item settled on the pro gramme was the height of the Jumps required of the dogs Both defense and police dogs must be able to jump a fence boarding at least 7 feet high with a maximum ordinarily of 8ft though some dogs can Jump nearly 10 feet With a ditch of over 7 feet to take first the hedge must be at least 3 feet high and the animals 1which Jump at the word of command lmust come back over the obs QCle the instant they are called The dogs capability of guarding his masters property Us always test ed by means of an individual Ire ed like an apache the point to be aimed at being that the dog will only attack himwhenhe actually touches tho property Got Sorry for Blunders If my friends hadnt blundered in shining I was doomed victim of consumption I might not be alive now writes D T Sanders of Harrods burg KYIbut for years they saw every attempt to cure a lungs ock ing cough fall At last I tried Dr Kings Now Discovery The effect was wonderful It soon stopped the cough and I am now in better health than I have had for years This wonder ful lifesaver is an unrivaled remedy tor coughs colds lagrlppe asthma croup hemorrhages whooping cough or weak lungs Etfc 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggist Some Democratic Insurgency The Republic hears that IVIpubHc ifa influences are cooperating with a entail coterie of Democrats to make Bryanism an Issue This reported a movement to put again at the front the Democratic hero of threo battles la referred to as an attempt to haridl a cap the party both In 1910 and 1912 On the Mme authority it is stetted that Eastern Demorcata are opposed to tote plan to snake Champ Clark speaker because Mr Clarks associa tions in Democratic affairs and his personal sympathies have Ibeecv such as to place him in very doso relation with Mr Bryan As speaker Mr Clark it is pointed put Might elector floor deader so extreme a Bryan man aa Ollfle James of Kentucky Om report has it that thtrtytlve members of the House have agreedi to oppose Clark Aside from the spettkcr Hhip It is feared that here to a rock upon which tho Democrats may split unless eklllful tactics are displayed by the leaders of both fac tions So the problem in this matter Is Cam there be any rfeal etimtna BryanI difficulty has been cre ated which the Republics diagnosis falls to reach ft the Democrats should ta majority in the next House will it ibo taken away pni the fcuv Jtht has recently enlisted Mr CfarltB belt effort M the minority L t 4 I Do farmers eat the proper sort of food of much largecpropordonolthefoodthatgoesodthe Its a good thing thatihisfo so because beli to select from He shouldhowever use great care in selecting for the best results in health and strength- Theywjdespread tendency in the city to uaker Oats eaten is due very largely tothe recent- demonstrations scientific men that Quaker Oats fed man is the man with greatest physical endurance and greatest m vigor Farmers should give this subject careful though should increase the quantity Quaker Oats eaten by themselves and the farm hands- Packed in regular size lOc packages and in hermetically sealed tins for hot climates S1 leader The precedent by which the minority puts itself on tap In the present House Js not likely to to forgotten when those who have Join ed In such la subversive partlslansfalp attempt to protect their own ma jority lines In the Bp atears choir Clark would toe a laughable figure In dealing with oaurgent Democratic members 1J would bombard him with this vn petards and scoll tut his pleas for regularity Breaking down party lines Is ticklish strategy for politicians who expect to con tinue In business It aflso leads to scandafls like that fn Illinois where t he Democrats thought It fine fun to give their votes In a manner far from disinterested to one of the Republican candidates for senator A decent reeipecl for party organization has been BtrCTfefhened by recent avenite GlobeDemocrat Stops the Cough heals the Loots COUGHVfJUl NE If not better then any other money back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO EVANSVILLE IND 4 Those Who Have Not Mlas Marjorie Gould who was marrl ed Tuesday to young A J Drejfelgot 2000000 worth of wedding presents Thousands of other young men and maidens were married the same day In this broad land of ours who got nothing but the good wishes of their friends a few clocks a dozen or so of lamps sonw odd pieces of silverware and quite a number of usekes nick nacks If the cash value of a young couples weddlng presents made for happiness the young Drexds ought to be the happiest of all the days crop of newly weds but it dosent Bob and Betty who expect to live oa Bobs salary of 20 a week will probably be as happpy In their modest little fourroom flat as Anthony and Marjorlo will be in their 1500000 man elon on Fifth evenue They will not have many luxuries perhaps their COl fonts will bei few but neither will they have the worries that a lavish establishment entails Mary when she married John did not get diamonds by the quart nor golden plates for the dinner table of her modest little cottage la the surburbs but the lilacs that are blooming there for her could be no more fragrant In the park of a palace and food season ed with love Is aa sweet on porcelain as It is on gold If you keep the lit We birds singing In your heart you will not envy the money others have and you will never have So beat It to Reno to join the divorce colony Much money has wrecked marry lives so do not worry if it is net your portion Courage and true hearts will carry you farther any day Baltimore Sun I Chlicirert Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAHonesty I was sitting at my desk when black Sam who eomttlmes waito on me at my restaurant entered my of flee What ron I do for you Sam I reeked Ah got a chance to change mah Bltuatiorii Mlsseh Clahk he said Vo kin seh a good wud fo me caint yo Tell em Ahm hones n elchi lOOt course I hesitated youre d good waiter Sam but I dont know anything specially about your Honesity Well toil emdM an say yo thinks Ahta hones Datll be enough So I promised I would Thank yo thank yo1 Misseh Otehk he said with a deep bowl When yo come over tomorrow sit at mah table an AhJl give yo1 a mot check Shall Women Vote It they did millions would vote Dr- Kmgra New Life Pills the true remedy for women For banishing dulMagged footings backache or headache can tfpatlqn dispelling colds Imparting rpettte and toning up rite system heyTe unequaled Easy safe sure 25oeutall ggJi oo x a r Jfkii 1J A New Citizen for Lawtori Lawton lies a new citizen and he is a man of affairs He is Colonel So- P Render a former cltifons of Hartford Kentucky but for the past Cwen tyfIve years a resident of the south west Colonel Render was oa the epot where Lawtan stands many years before there was a lAwton ho has seen droves of wild fturkey and other big game where the Midland hotel now Is he liked the country then and likes It better now CQlonelRender is the owner of the Comanche Light and Ice plant and has been in the city more or less sine the first of the year but now he is here permanently and his family will com in June For some years the colonel has been a citizen of Norman where he is the principal owner of the light and ice plant cotton gins elevators and many other factories of that town Colonel Renders palatial homo at Norman Is one of the most magnificent in the state and that is the chief regrebt why he hates to make the moves His lawn in Norman contains ten acres arid adjoins the state university grounds This gentle mans homo in Nomraa is almost operated by electricity and has emery known modern convenience thorough bred Kentucky blue grass cows feed upon the lawn and supply real but ter and cream for the table But all this Is going to bo done the same way but upon a larger hale In Lawton Colonel Render Is now looking about for a suitable tract of land near the city on which he will erect a home before this year is gone that he will occupy for the remainder of his life and Ire Is a young man He will eiwot one of the theTesldencds in Oklahoma and as he manufactures most of the lightning In this sec tlon ho will have electricity do every thing In his new horns except smoke his cigars and eat for him Colonel Render Is a typical Kentuck Ian and a brilliant one at that He has been in Texas and Oklahoma for a quarter of a century has been school teacher lawyer and editor but those professions becamo too slow for him and he went Intobusiness The colonel has flourished even as the green hay tree fortunes still smiles for him and with him ho Is one of the most Interesting conver sationalists anywhere and knows lots of things to talk about And what Is best of all he has plans for the cone I11ct1on of at least three other Important taO QTds for Lawton and where a business man puts his money thats where his faith IsDally News Republican To cure LaGrlppe and Colds In 24 boors take LaQrippeyUltlVO If yoir drvttlst does sot kety them lentZSe ti J C Mendenhall Medicine Coy Evimiiie lot and get them post paid Guaranteed The Way They all Go- B P SwaTttey a prominent figure ini the Armory automobile show says the Detroit news was talking to n number of the clan one evening last week and the conversation quite naturally turned upon the experiences some of them had bad Sir SwartMy told one which he thought should be labeled Not yet but soon- I sold a mam a car once he said and met him on the street a few days afterward It How fast do you run your auto I asked It Eight miles an hour Shell go faster but I am no speed fiend I was the least bit surprised but managed to Inquire How long Is It since I sold you that car Two days ago Mr Green and His Admireres It Is one of the encouraging signs of tho day tp note that at least 150 wom Q of this country are unwilling to marry for money Lot those who grieve over mercenary womanhood study the situation and take heart E H R Green the son of Hetty Green the richest woman in the country while lately in St Louis declar ed be had received leotiers and photo graphs from ISOwomcajproposlnig marriage The provocation was an Inter view In which he said the reason he had not married was that he had found no woman who would have him except for his money Instantly his mall bulged Not only does this refute the crab bed but It goes to the credit of those women who In defense of the rex us well as their own convictions come forward with this testimony of single hearted devotion daring the charge of Immodesty What matter If they lay stress on heir shapeli ness and the color of their hair That is the feminine appeal not for lux ury but for admiration flare sincerity of those missives is further attested that she fell In love with him the first time she saw ills picture In a paper The others maynot tytye seen tiepicture So such momtb the merliS of Rhein motive To commit theta j I It 1 t selves with or without the picture shallowSeelingFurthermore Hetty Green the moth healthThover her property to her daughter or beramotherless but even the possession of much property will not atone for this loss Theses letters it therefore wlU appear show the unmistakable fyinlnlno desire cf 111 a maternal ve maycount Aviation Meets Tw people of Kentucky at las are to have an opportunity to silo aero passes In flight with Teal bird men soaring high In air and executing difficult and interesting evolutions with no other sustaining power than the planea and motors The Louluvllle Tlmtea has announced than a great avlaUaa m etlng1sro beheld In Louisville on June 1813 at ChurcLlll Downs under the auspices of tlist paper at which some of the worlds most noted aviators will be seen with their wonderful aircraft Most prominent among these will be GlflTOi 11 Curtlfs whose daring oohlev mens both heio and abroad have stamped him as a ipeerlelss bird man Such others as Charles F Wlllard Charles K Hamilton Horace F Wild Bud Mara and C K Dates will also be In tho contests for the supremacy of the air A comparatively recent advance ment In the science of aviation has been such as to startle the entire world and the dally recounts of brok en records show that there are etlll great possibilities for unheard of adventures by the sky pilots Thalt records may be broken at the Uouls viNe meet Is extremely likely from the fact that experts have declared that Churchill Downs course an Ideal place for such meets and again for th reason that unusually fortunate dates have been secured Weather retorts for years past show that tho wind velocity for the last half of Juno Is the slowest of any time In the year in Kentucky and of course this Is conductive to tho easy handling of the great machines- It is expected that low rates will be secured om ail railroads leading into Louisville for these two days and It Is expected that recordbreaking crowc will flock to the historic Trace course where heretofore the Kentucky thor oughbred has held undisputed sway I Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement wits the publishers of tho Inland Farmer of Louisville whereby we are enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper one year fur 150 The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Jour nal and one of the best farm papers published in the United States Our readers should take advantage of this offer U I I Perjury a Common Crime Even a casual abserver oar not have failed to notice that there is much false evidence given In open courts The fact Is thrust upon ones attention Not only In sensational murder trials but In almost every civil proceeding or quasijudicial In vestigation which Is of sufficient gen eral lateirbt to gala publicity the retorted testimony Is always contradic tory and nearly always to such a do gree as ito be utterly Irreconcilable There seems to be little or no regard for the Eunotlty of oiu oath and ye1 with this multiplicity of Instances of ivcklesa or wicked awewrlngone rarely hears a word of reproof front the numhcI1ofphia Record I One Million Drunkards OM million persons In this country are confirmed inebriates Of this ona third die yearly as a result of drink yc this cumber is annually made up by rficrulte to Mie army of drunkards Thus tho total enrollment of 1000000 Is kept up This was tile substance of a iwiiier read in New Vord recently by Dr Delanocy Carter of tire New York Medical Society for the Study of Alco hol and other Narcotics lu ieesion ait the Hotel Rlttenhouso This problem he assorted exceeded I In sociological Importance anything known to modern civilization Ho urged Institutions for their treatment educational efforts and every legal method at restraint N Y American p I At the Farmers Expense Thoy tell us that dt Is the incur gent movemenitt 4ielr COOIoroUonI with the Demaerwtswhich foreshadows a Tedudtlon of the Tariff arid will lessen tho cprt of living Mr Farmer cheaper foods can only be obtained pit your expense You hold the ibalanioo of power Are you going to vote tsar a policy that will take dpllatB out of your Kocket Menahga Mian Journal i n iIni Ih t r II I1 E f ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT a slrallating t Stomachs ondBowelstf I INFANTS ipl0 PromoesDiqslionO ness and RestContahsaeitt r ii OpiuniMorphine nor Ul1craL NOT NARCOTIC I 1OIJIJSIMOff1U1EJl flmJtaSetJ MeJanitf i 0 EAvterwd4kda II bd- s Aperfect Remedy for Consfipa 3 WorrasComtilsionsFeTrish ncssaILOSSOFSLEER- b FacSMc Signature of cq NEW YORK At6 months oW 1Ir 35C lit IIii i t routes un rt Fa Exact Copy of Wrapper CASTOR1A For and Children The Kind You Have Bears Signatureof c For Thirty Year- sCASTORIA YNC UTU 00raev wtW VON om Save 75BY PURCHASING OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only 25 The regular price is roo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use uPRINCIPAL i 1 zffiBUSINESS COLLEGElIcoarorJu Second and Walnut Streets LOUISVILLE KYtU EACHIOWH- t and diitrlct to andexhibitasamplemaking money fast Writ w fullparticuhr adsftrial Oil at ones VeshiptoMill youmayridethebkgcleandputI keep the bicycle ililp tt tock to us at Our expense and you will ntt tt tut nt ctnl FACTORY PRICES the furnish the highest grade it is possible to make at one mall profit above actwllactary cost You save lie guaranteejaclorjprirvrwhen you receive our beautiful eataloiue ant vvnJrrulIffsofrutttortniUYCLndouble our prices Orders Sited the day received butusuallhavefreeCOASTERBRAKES and 5 5 0 PUNCTURE PROOF SA U- SELFHEALING TIRES SAMPLE PAr lJThe regular retail frite of Mete Urn it tSJO ferfafr bu1 to introduce we will- yelyouasamoleyairturt8OcatdwilorderUJr NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tacks or Glass will nut let the yearOvertwoDESCRIPTION Madelnall sizes lllslivelv and eaayridlnlr verydUrableand lined Insldewlth Infants Always Bought the t In- Use Over HEDGETHORN hmnP allow lfoU tarair hne thick rubber aedcustomeastatingthattheirtlreahaveonlqbeeapumpcdHaoolri a trp Ile D n ordinary tire thepunctureresiatingquatftiesbefoggiventoprevent rim cutting This by several prepared fabric on the outlast smr other make90FT ELdy1 10 and advertlsinRpurposeawearemaklngapatalfactorqprrcetot Y 11IDINQ onappronlWe wilt allow a cash discount of S per cent thereby making the price t1aa per pelts If you Insendingnot sattafadoryonexamination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us Is as sale as In ayou a of these tires find that they Will ride eider run rUlerwear better last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price We orderWeIF U price UDtIl YOUl4lld ora pall ofTIRESnedgethotn 7Tiim PunctureProof tires on approval and trial at whichdeaetibeaMw blcyDlawvNOWja ILLsssVsss 9 A a7 d Hartford RepublicsTn let red eeordlaff to law at the Potota Jlartferdi E1mall m ttr of the ieood CM BARNETT EDITOR got ca- nietath AMIII1anM1x w IH FRIDAY MAY 27 Speaker Cannon He who laughs last laughs best Nothing cures the comet fever Ilk getting up at 3 a m Men are dear things but women are a good many dollars dearer It will bo somewhat lonesome In Europe atVx Mr Roosevrfit gets back to Oyster Bay K la much more desirable to chock graft before hand than It Is to chec it up afterwards If Jim Jeffries guts much stronger before July 4th he might deliver a chataqua lecture or two Every day In the year ought to be a mothers day says an ex change It Is Ask mother How to enjoy a BOUT of Europe d r tot go until afMr you have bee President of the United State When itcomas tuthe blame President Taft Is both himself and see rotary Loob- However those who remember 1896 know how the Republicans can act when they get scared Mr Buyun says ho has a higher ambition than to hold office Here Is one maw who has attained his omj Won Mr Roosevelt was not counted In the census and there w Cl have to a special census taken of him when h returns homo I Democratic hope of conntrolling the next house Is based more upon Rub Jlcan dlvidon than upon Democratic tonceotratlon or merit We aTe willing ito conceed that every man Id as honest and sincere In Us belief as ourselves until It Is proven otherwise The trouble with some men Is that they reverse the rule of Jaw which presumes every man Innocent until ha is proven guilty To them all persons are guilty until they aro proven inno cent It now seems likely that we Will be afflicted with Congress until some time In July Howevtc the people will have an opportunity to pay their respects to the various members in November The newdiscoveries of graft an corruption In the various State Leg islatures show the honors to by abou even between the Republicans and Democrats It Is the old story Th kettle cant call the pot black Three year oldmules are selling room J200 to 300 In Ohio county Gad mule will now bnlng us much as ten under the Democratic tariff Mill MaCk in 18931 and yet our D mocraitlc friends spend much of their time ctissln the tariff It docsnit make to very much dif ference how the Federal iaibraciage Is parceled out under this administration lion unless the Rtjmljlcans geit together and work for the success o the inrty there will be a reparoellng of the offices In lass than three JXUTS anyway We presume Senator NewmanSec retary of the State Fair will not think there la s much palDtlcs in 11hl State Farmers Institute now XtoS he has been elooted to his 2000 IK stUtm for four years by aid of all the tricks and arts of the trained poltblclan The Aobuild up your town and invite citizens from other q laces is to Adopt a broad gag policy In daitog with ovrey question which presents Itself A one horse town can be kept a one horse town by n not of officials ffho do not know how to drive any thing except ono horse Of coureia dt they should build a larger town thtjy would be like fish out of water Why the Knocker Wages are higher and tall aaoend Jng Harmons am everywhere Prosper ous the unemployed are few and skill cd and unskilled labor is In demand banks are flourishing manufacturers are making money prosperky is general and no great evil confronts the pttopk Then why the knocker What badness tools he under such conditions He says the coeit of Jiving has al ray0 been1 too high for people who wonld buy more than they can spay lest hfgh or low the cost of liv ing bas not yet been found on guilty connection w1ththe Tariff while the qty of thgwageearner to tray that S ro Pr 1 JII18 fdp ride3t 1aelTUpQJ1 tbe- I Tariff Tarkto Mo Avalanche Bfaiae SavedLSitttatiofl Jtsa good story which Oiiauncey 31 Depew tells ofs dinner tht Itfoe late King EdWard as serene of Wales once gaveln honor of James 0 Blaime on one of his visits to Baglnad be d9r M 1 gfcp been a oandMMdi for the lire dency The ono dieogttieable mate at the dinner was a duke of the royal house who had a reputation for Gack of Sact During a lull to conversation hd blurt ed out The greats outrage in youreplo against King George There was no justification for it then and there Is no excuse for fit now The prince according to Doctor Depew was plainly embarrassied The one man who had the fleas to carry oft the situation Mr Blaine who In a carefully modu lated voice replied Perhaps if George HI had possessed as much diplomacy as his greatgrandson Am erica might still be English The prfno of Wales after the subject was passed gripped Blames hands with a twinkle of admiration FreeTrade and Emigration Emigration from the United King dom has been inaraasing rapidly this conn dition of business In thai country The Standard of Empire a British newspaper states that presotat Indi cations from shipping offices and other agencies show that the tetal for the year is Ijkely to be over 300000 Sir Gilbert Parker a mem ber of the British Parliament speak ing on this subject said There Is depression in every depart ment of our industrial life Men shake the dust of England off their fee and say Thank God as they go because they go to countries where there is work to get and penna3enii Ine I crease their standard of living claim a higher wage where the work I man and the manufacturer combine to defeat the unfair competition1 of foreign nations No workman in any of our colonies or in the United States wants to come back to FreeiTrade they had It and they had enough of it That there should ba exulta tion on the pant of thousands of our fellow countrymen leaving these shores for want of opportunity ito earn a decent living is a queer interpreta lion of the faos No other country shows such an exodus no other coun try wants to show 4t I A Proper Protective Policy The great East nttds the mark s of the West and the Wtut the out put of the mills of the east and each should receive Protection from the imxiucts of the mils and farms made otherdnations that Is the products of our Protextedtagainst the commodities made and nae That Idea is a cardinallpriIllCI ple of the Protective doctrine and the one that too many alleged Re publicans have been Bldestjenplng ore until saU3jicians now say 51 yen coat of the articles are on the frea list and only 49 psr cent Protected by the PayineAldclch law and therefore we say the loaders of the Re publican ipanty ought to remedy the errors committed by causing to be restored every commodity and article that can be grown or produced In andfu consistent with sclntlflc rules and methods of a Protective policy and whea done full benefits will com In an equitable manner to all our people and then theme can be no rightful de nand farm any part of our country to knife same ether sections cf l Let us return to the old Republican prin ciples of Prrotectlon of fate dealing and the Protection of the home markets of America and by that the Optlmus means for nil Americans It mabtore not whether he be a manu facturer merchant mechanic laborer on others AH would enjoy unbounded benefits by returning to the Pro jection Llcyof gitat sages Lln ooam Blaine and McKlnley Cedar Ra ids Opthnus Disappointed Burglars SomebodY pulled oft a cruel joke in Hartford Friday night He robbed a newspaper man Col C M Barnett editor of the Republican was the via tim Col Barnett says he didnt miss anything except a plate of cold hash and two biscuits but ho feels his loss quite severely Evidently the theft was the work of an ultimate con sumer Hartford Herald Notice A On the Hartford and Beaver Dam pike I have a two story seven room house tor sale fronting 142x150 ft Nice shade trees In frost I wlll sell cheap for cash Apply to f J Smith 43t3 MARY SMITH DENNETT t I f DEATH COMES TO- MALCOLM j MiNilE He Was One of the NotitJar Men inOwenilborou 1I for Many Months 11 I Malcolm H Mclnityre one Foithe kiBt known cltifepg lq Otf9ueboro- and 1 popular with eV ronedl a sarcoma at 12G5 oclock Sunday morning at the city faostpttal t follow ing aa shots of about one yteftn A About the middle of October of last your he went to Loulsvme and underwent an operation and remain ed there for a shunt while arid al dangerounews s a or more wasl return home and worked fortarihor time but his condition grew vvor I and he was forced to en ort the hos petal here His condltdca1 hue tbeen dangerous for the past fYVIdis and his death was not unexpected He was born October B 187iat Hartford Ohio OOUfI yand forirwvn tv years he was a resident of Owens bores Fcr the past ten years up until the time of his Illness he was connected with the drug storoof J A Head on Main atrrtit nod for a number of years had itiho manage fluent of the store He was a son of Mr and Mrs M McInUre of the Ensor nrlghborhoodoEe of tits best known families In Davleaj county He was genial with everyone ttnihad hundreds of friends do Owenaboro and Davless county He was highly rcapeoied tend had many friends In the city and coun try He waaa ms fiber of the ElkS lodge Betides his parents he Is Burylvcd by one brother Rufus McIntyre of Oakland Cal Owensboro Measjnssr America Goes tthetront Through the tour of Mr Roosevelt and ithe death of Edward VII Africa and Europe have been llllrg more than their average epace recently in the newspapers of all the coD lnetrts Now however and for the moment at least Latin Amtrlca and they West ern hemisphere In general become a center of world interest Three days ago the International Oongress In cel ebration of the centenary cf the be ginning of the revolution in Spanish America opened at Buenos Ayres the capital of Argentina On Wednesday of this week the International Expose tion starts In Itihat city and w4U con tlnue to November In each of these affairs all the world iwntlcpaties At that city early in July the fourth- PanAmerican Congress will begin its sessions The frat of these confer ences mot at Washington in 1889 largely through the initiative at Same G Blaine then secretary of state In the administration of President gar rison The second assembled In the City of Mexico in 1901 and the thfrd- In Rio de Janeiro in 1906 af which Ellhu Root then aeerrcOary of state under PresldenC Roosevelt was a Sending figure Although no cOun- tries except those of the Wesfern Hemisphere participate in the Pan American Congress all of them will watch tt with Interest because It will deal with tniternatlonal commerce ex tradltlonal banking and other questions dn which the red of the world has some concern The threat of war In which Peru Ecuador and Chill would be Involved and the renewal of hostile operations In Nicaragua give a new element ot Interest to affairs on this side of the Atlantic Through the mediation of the United States Brazil and Argentina the trouble between Peru and Ecuddor has for the uiomont at least been quieted but in each country the army remains at the frontier In on lUctpatlon of ixwslble hostilities Itte believed by the United Staics that Perus old enemy Chili Is backing Ecuador in Its menaces against Peru and herein lies the perilous ingredient in the situation A war would per mit Chili to formally annex Peruvian knittory which she administers under am agreement extorted from Per at the close of the war between those countries a quarter of a centAiny ago Chill Is disliked by all her Hugh bore and all of them for this and other reasons are anxious to aver a war which would lead to her further aggrandizement at the ro nseOf Peru In a demonstration In Val paralso in 1891 ftgsilnsit the United States some of our maTinee were wounded and this led to a remon strance by Secretary Bkilnebackedby a threat of war which constrained ChUl to furnish an1 apology and com pensation to the Injured men latheevent of war between Peru and ou1agar Chills movements wMI be watched very closely by Argen na Brazil as well as the United State TIWO of our gunbo0ts have just been BluefieidNNtcemguuhto drlz from bomb rding that c1i Ia t I r i l j wiieh 34airk beikwee tMilrebels he Wear ibeadgUMitets It will thus i 6 moilwki tbJ the Fpr sign Offke atWaediinybon eIseOm large questlooB on Ate hands ecUfi thei Western HemdepTiere Byan un fortunate twain erf clrcumatBC e the oldtime jealousy by several of she hstLnlptalcaricotrntTiea againrtthe United Jtt fByn4 VcJi appeftred to hjav been removrt ttwO or ttiree yeara ago has been renewed to the ygifi WtJV monrhi with increased intensity Un dr Secretary Knox the affairs cf the rAteD cntdo not s m4bbe- r handled vrllh the dexteidty awl tao dMayed arySyGetahy Rood A Spih lard wrttlB in Lfc ftevue otIParIs saya that trouble will confront the United States at the PanAmerican Congress He declares that among the younger eeneraUon m the princi pal countries of South America there la astronrg feeling In favor of a con Sogross of their own with ine United States left out One of the leadtafi papers of Central America in rpeak lug of its owa countrys participation Iln the coming PanAmerican Congress calls Li a conferencb of mice pre sided over by a cat Thedetermlna tloo of the United States to erect forts at each end of the Panama Canal is Inierpreted by some of the Latin American papers and polltlclaco as a menace to the independence of all the countries of Central America and also of Venezuela Colombia end Ecu odor Everybody in the United Staies knows that these fears ore unjust They exist however notwithstanding all the aid which we have given to LatinAmerican Independence from Monroes proclamation of 1823 against the Holy Alliance to Roosevelts halt Ing of the attailck by Germany Eng land and Italy on Venezuela in 1903 Thls feeling must be taken Into the account by the government at Wash ington GlobeDemocrat BOILER fOR SALE Fortyhorse power in good condition will sell cheap HOOKER WILLIAMS 44t4 Mgr Hartford Ice Co r Program Of Memorial Services to be held at Mt Pleasant Ky by Preston Mor ton Post No4 G A R May 30 1910 900 a m Gathering at the church and song service by the choir 930 Opening prayer by Rev J H Embry Song by the choir 1000 Welcome address by Rev W G Stewart Response by R Soo Dunni 1100 Memorial sermon by Rev ItI T Harper 1200 Recess for lunch 1OQ P mSong service by choir 130 Report of Decorating commit tee 20Short talks by different in dividuals 30oThe Heroism and Bravery of the American Soldier by Rev J H Embry 400Songs by the choir God be With You Till We Meet Agatn and Nearer My God to Thee Benediction by Rev Harper The old Confederates ore cordially Invited to bo present and take part in these services H C SHAVER R A ANDERSONCommittee Fine Land for Sale We have 460iocrru of fine bottom land from one and a half to two miles of Hartford part of H with timber Alto about 75 acres of up landj bolongipg to the same tract Terms easy Apply at once to Barnett Smith HarWorfl iKy tf Prominent Citizen Dead Mr G W Reid died at his home near Smallhous Ky last Friday May 20 of chronic trouble He had been 111 quite awhile He was 65 years old and one of the most highly respected citizens of the county He is survived by his wife and two daughters Mrs Dr D E Miller of Monette Mo and Mrs Clinton Igln heart of Smallhous also tHree sis ters Mrs Tina Hocker Mrs Henry Brown and Mrs Isaac Withrow He usa brotherInJaw of Messrs Pen Taylor and Joe Bennett of Hartford Mr Reids remains were Interred at Equality cemetery by the Masonic fra ternity a large concourse of people being present to witness the last sad rites For many years he was a mem ber ot the Methodist church but died a Baptist He was a good man and will bo greatly missed Charts With Falling tePrevWe G B Smith of near Roslne was arrested Monday afternoon by Deputy Sheriff S O Keown and in default of ball was lodged In Jail Smith is charged with wilfully refusing and un treasonably neglecting to provide for the support ot his four children under fourteen years otageTlJe warrant for his arrest was issued front the County Judges office on the affidavit of V B Bratcher J tThe trial Is set for before County Judge R R Wedding t a J jt i I 11 I tfM J In lo oUr ment we o f chi1e y to be on to at o You a in buyingone of our Corn will satis save 1YOU NEEDIN WAY ARD ARC VE If addition Hardware Dep handle every piece may used the farm rottpi traction engine garden cannot make mistake Drills They give faction and labor LII down Our line of Plows Cultivators Disc Harrows and Wagons is the most Comm pfete ever brought to Hartford In theiway of Buggies Runabouts and Surries our line cannot b6 surpassed anywhere in the Green River country Try us for Field Seeds Roofing Paints Oils Harness We can supply you with any kind of Piping Bath Tubs and Bath Room Fixtures Ohio CorN 1 InoorfDOrfcitcJci HARTFORD KY J SMALLHOUSr May 24Mr George W Reid died ait his home near here May 20th after several weeks of intense suffering He was born March 1845 and leaves a wife two daughters and two grand daughters and a host of relatives and friends to mourn his loss Afer tuner al services by his pastor Rev A F Gordon Russsllvllle assisted by Rev R D Bennett Hartford his remains were laid to rest iby the Masonic ontor of which he was a member HeI was who an honored and faithful mem her of the Smallhouu Baptist church The large crowd of weeping friends and relatives the beautiful flowers that were strewn on his grave all bore tfvldaneo of the esteem they had for Gods blessings to rest on the honeyed ones of his home I Miss Lee of Nuckols were guests of Mr and biro Harry Brown recently Mlsa Oma Maddox Rockport was a guest of her parents Mr and Mrs M P Maddox Sundays I I M D Maddox Louisville is a guest PIMaddoxThe roll call meeting at Smallhpus church has been postponed until the fourth Sunday I Ire T R Barnard Hartford was a guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Sam Morton Saturday night I Mr Logan Barnard was a guest of his aunt lira John Withrqw Saturday night Mlss Tressle Swing South Carroll tony vlelted relatives near herbs Sun day Mr M P Maddox went to Coaster town Monday Mrs Jess Klrtley went to Rock port Sunday 5 Money Wanted I Wanted to borrow J50 for srx months gilt edged security Address S care Republican office j WYSOX I May 25 lngrtWat postponed I saturday afehit and Sunday onacc- oun of so much rgln andtaradi Misses Lizzie and Gertie mOore Susan and Martha Elliot of Taylor llDavenport tV JWHATj t TtI OFI tJ r i y ir I Itt County Supply ourI ofI pnot SQrlnp Mr end Mrs Tox Br6wnanacnira = ren Mrs Louisa Rock Mr and Mrs Cline Berrjiman and daughter iitees SuDidayMr and Mrs R W Taylor and daughter Sallle Mabel were guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Hudnall Union HillMisses Effle and Lou Berryman and edlth Taylor spent Sunday night lth Mr and MrL Cline Berryman Misses Lizzie nad Gertie Moore Sus and Martha Elliot and Pearl Davenport were the guests to Misses Min nie and Mary Benton Sunday Mrs John Knight and children of Cool Springs and Mrs Shelby Nelson and daughter spent 3londaywttli their mother Mrs R V Davenport Mrs Lila ShullHopawell spent last Wednesday wr93lrsQ M Benton Notice- I will buy scrapiron and junk of all kinds at any time W Eo EllsIThe Produce Man HumphreysMorris- Mrs May Yonits Humrphceye has an daUgbter Hugh Morris of Bowling Green The wedding wll be celebrated Wednes day June 22 at the Meahtodist church at HopkinsvUle Meals Humphreys recently vtoli gthe tacitly of Mr O f B Likens She te one of the mostt at tractive young ladies of HopfclnsytTle Concrete t Work r4 Concrete work of all kin s laid by experienced workmen Anything in concrete from au ijfcr ordinary pavement tcQn crete residence Estimates R furnished free All work guaranteed P CoTRACTOR JtiLOILBy i i- Ho tfoird1 icv rl Y R yts1C- 7t I 7- C 4 Vii ky IP eG00dlI 11 Are beyond any 1 a blte pret strtrlffid most desir Table line to bITthind anywhere You will make 4 bykidi7 t ngover thestock j Our salesladies axe always will i iitgal1danxiousf to give you any information re garding styles fabrics etc You will find at our pattern counter a complete stock of McCall Patterns which are beyond question superior to any pattern now used WaIstII words that are nev er heardused in connection with perfectinstyle 500 designs to select from atIour pattern counter Fashion sheets free Canplease you in late style Mil linery2 Dress Goods and Footwear visittf 1 Ii nolsCentral Railroad TI me Table At Beaver Dam Ky r lIIorlh BOil lid Ioalh BoaRd t Nol82 due 515 a m Noinda + 1185em No ltrdue1t20pm Nolen due 248pm- No109du248pm NoUIdue895 m Have YouSeen if Advertised Tf you have and Its good and a Drug Store article we have It We dont however sell a thing simply because Its being advertised We must know first that It has merit t and that the adverUooment tells the truth You can trust our judgement h m these matters or if you see It c advertised and want to look Into It come to us Every truly merItorious Article that n Drug Store should keep is1n ourstock il ReJ1ber that and when you Want auything In our line come to see us Your Friends 1 Hartford Drug Co Incorporated T i The Housekeep tDoes Nothing AS iMPORTANT AS IVING GRO- OERIES F Nothing anywhere as imporrant ex Z eeptposiblyto cook them a Poor groeerles cannot be turned Into tgooffoodno matter how expert the N s cook nay be A dollar saved by buying cheap 1 gtocecies win likely turn o tlot be roWO wasted Aiossoe nourishment J Arr8JJteof eatablee i pAlsck ot relish rY- r r We inv teaU particular bousealve- srx to test the goodness our gmoeriee 1i1f then to act er they find them I rI fj rTliat is all 1 i ILEDS GROCERY t If HARiTo f KYei 5 1 1J r ar r Jr Hartford Republican FRIDAY MAY 27 M H E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Trains pass Hartford at the follow- Ing times NORTHBOUND 112703 a m Passenger Dally 114310 p m Mixed Daily except Sunday SOUTH BOUND 115900 a m Mixed Dally except Sunday 113207 p m Passenger Dally Mr John Blair Buford was in the city yesterday A new lot of Ladies Skirts Just In at Carson Cos Try the W L Douglas Shoes Sold by Carson Co A tine asSortment ot readymade Waists at Carson Cos HartfordCohas gtaof good Ear Corp and Oats to sell 200 and 150 White Undersklrts at 98c Rosenblatts Best Heather oom Under skirts at 98c Rosenblatts- Anse Annie Lee Taylor city Is th- guest e or relatives near Rochester Just received nice line ot Pocket- Books at BUI ab1eprlcesRosenbLatts Just received a tine assortment ot Ladles and MIsses Oxfords Carson Co- Messrs W M Fair and llacDOWeI- lFgleclty wem In eentretown Monday W H Jfoore Son have large Jumbo Pickles f rsle at one cent each We are still well tooked on Mens Youths and Childrens Clothing Carson Go- MisaMany Marks who has been vie sting friends in Sntalikous returned home Wednesday Mrs O U Taylor near Rochester was the guest of her dater Airs AC Ye serTtieaday afesees Thomas and WJlllamJJ rrn atteadlnoourheg to t LIe1I Suits aU colors pretty mod- cls 500 at BarnUJI soP- roty s Printed Flaxons reduced to ilK 0 yard aiBarnard Cos EMnald Co sell Mielinery that is now uptodate and satisfactory it you mt n1tatg ot buying a Stove or Range see U S Cannon The Glabe Stove Oos Stoves and Ranges arc or Bale by U S Carson 1IrsGoorg BarakQt has returned form a visit to her mother at Mc Henry Batl3rd Co sell the best Window Shade made Hartshorn Rollers only used Buy your Groceries and Hardware trmo us and save moneyIHartord Grocery Co Our Town TalkFlour at GOO per barrel has got errs guessing Hartford Grocery Co Call Tapseotl the Florist Owens boro Ky for cut flowers for all occasions Cumberrlain phone 451 Mefdamw E E Blrkhead and Fannie Goodlu left Tuesday to visit their sister Mrs Charles Rogers at Elkton Mr Wallace ne paid us a pleasant call while hre last Sat urday taking the County teachera + examination Misses Polly Coleman Paradise andI Powell Jones ct y who have been InI school at Danville Ind returned home last Friday Mr Harold Holbrook who has boon attending Vanderbilt TraIning School M Elltton has returned heme w spend his vacationIMrs Maggie GrIffin and son Henry will leave Monday for an extended visit at the home of Mrs Griffins Parents near Owentboro We have a beautiful line ot decorative and wedding plants A post card from you will bring a price list Tap Scott Florist Owensboro Ky Mr Arch LewIs who has been In Western Texas for several months on account ot his health Is the gaest- of his brother Mr George Lewis near town Drs J T Hardin and J H Bell city spent a moot enjoyable day as guests of Dr Hallns brother Dr E B Hardl1 ot Madisonville Sun day Messrs Raymer Tinsley and Douglas Felix who have bc n atending the State University Lexington will return home Sunday to vend the ya cation wish their parents Mr Byron Foster who Is engaged with the englneeTkg corps ot the L N R R came up from HOllklnsv- 11le yesterday to visit his parens Mr and Gips Isaac Foster Attorney W H Barnes Is fitting up a tine suit ot law offices over the Bank of Hartford In the rooms formerly occupied by Capt Feagtn during the railroad construction Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonville Steam Laundry Madisonville Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tt We never were better prepared to fit you up In dress goods or all kinds Woolens Organdies White Goods Silks Maxines and all of the thing- to be had Carson Co Dr J R Pirtle let for Louisville yesterday morning where he goes to attend the State Dental As sociation and while there will read an important paper before that body- Mr Denis Ashley antI wire formerly Miss Violet Selbert who were for a long time restdehts ot thIs place but lately ot Texas returned here terday and will probably snake thi their future home Judge C M Crowe and son Marlon Crowe Proto W R Hedrick E P Moore James Lyons and son WllUs Lyons left Sunday afternoon for a weeks fishing In Grassy near the lucks on Rough river Leave your laundry with Lyons Duke Hartford Grocery Company for the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond Indiana This laundry al ways gives sattstactlon Prompt d livery SatlSfaction guaranteed 28tt Mrs J C lIar and Mrs Ira Bonn are apt the bedside of their sister Miss Norma Miller daughter ot Judg- J P Altller at Cromwell MlssAifle Isaftltcted with Drlghts disease and she is expected to JIve only a few daysMr Austin Morris diedof consume tlon at his home near Horse Branch Thursday afternoon at 3 oclock H- was e 26 years of age A wife Bnd three small children and a brpther Mr VG Morris of Owensboro sur vivo him 0 The K ofP entertainment at D Ightlembracing Dun lngiaf Columbus Ohio undo the aUlplcetofthe local lodgo Knights of Pythlas was largely at tendcdo8nd blghlx enjofeci by all preent Our alndisonvllle friends were tree to coneeds that Ha11ford Is about tit tfst town on the new road Mrs Dr D E Miller who was formerly Miss Mamle Reid of AioaettQ Mo Is Visiting the lamlly- ofiDr J T MlUer U realIdGday afternoon and evenIng B J King ot Indiana stopped over In Hartford Sunday night to visit his sister Mrs E J Hudson iOOvlng Monday for California to visit his other two sisters He had been In attendance at the soldiers reunion at Central City Mr Charlie Mogan of Kansas City Mo who has been the guest ot his D1or and relatives at Buford nd h1s slsterr Mrs A E Ellis city left Saturduy to visit the Mammoth Dav and will retuim from there to- Kansas City- The Ladies Sewing Circle of the Metbodist church will entertain with an je cream social at the reaide- neofWayuo Griffin next Thursday- afternoon and evening trcm two to nine oclock Everybody cordialiy In vl 1 to al tJld Messrs S A Bennett Bees and George Canon CentiOrtown left Wednesday to visit the ShUo Battlefield and other hIstorical war polnts In tile South They will be gone several weeks As members ot the 26th Kentucky Infantry they particlpated In the great Shllo battle under General Duell Guy Drown son of Mrs Sarah Brown Evansville Ind formerly of Oho county Was drowned In New River at Hinton W Va last Well iy The young men was a nephew otlessrl John and Dan King and Mrs Emma Hudson Hartford His remains were taken to Evansville for intenneat alt the teachers mination held last frlda and Saturday there were I 44 applicants or Ihese 16 made first certificates 18 second class certificates 7 third class certlflcnteg and three failures The examination Is roported- to have been one of the easiest over held In Ohio County The Common school examination held the 13tk and 14th of May had 13 applicants twelvw- of whom passed successful exannlna tlons Profs H E Drown and W R Carson have been appointed examiners by superintendent Henry Leach For months sonic sneak thelf has been breaking Into business houses undrresldences In Hartford and while no extensive pilfering has lbtoCn done the damage to the property inflicted by the would be tllelf Is consIderable Glass doors and wlndows are usually broken in order tto give the burglar an opportunity to turn a key or lift a window latch to make his enterance- On last Friday night during the K P enertainunent at tile opera house a large glass door was smashed In the residence ot C M DliJtt on Union St and the house entered but the theft was eltli r frightened away too soon or could find nothing which he cared Ito take On the following nIght a window was broken In the Bank ot Hartford and an entrance of pantysno attempt made on the safe Some effort ought to be made by our ot ulcers to apprehend this gentleman and place him where he properly belongs Among the Lodges Hough River Lodge No 110 had a splndl1 meeting Tuesday evening and gave the page rank to seven nextsTuesday evening In ThIrd rank and It Is hoped every member will be present AU are Invlvtd to take pant is the decoration servIces at Oakwood Sunday afternoon and those who have only received a f 1nt of the work will also be expe ted to march from the hall with the other membera Do not forget to brIng all the flowers which can be obtained A conunlttee coisistrg ot Knights J D Wilson and II E Drown was ofeD F Gibbs and Dr W W King at Rockport and Hopewell are ducorme- dee Air J T We of Howling Green Insurancerspent several days town thja week In the interest ot the order CERALVO May 25Mr Will Kimmel Rochester VIsited his uncle Mr D W Kim met Saturday and Sunday Dir sad tics Lee OvArlruls Klrt Icy visited tNc family of Air P L Wood Saturday and Sunday EmmarHam were married May 19th Mr R D Robertson and family of Rockport visited his sister Mrs John Wood Sunday- Mr John Richardson of Dowlltil Green its visiting his slater IliW Larkin Baker I I Persistencyfl i 19 i friend asked us recently tfi = why we said so fi much in our advertising 4fi = about Warners Rust proof Corset We havefi byfi= far the best corset on fi = the market today It mosttfidoestfi= not rust They are tfi = made in over 200 mod at = els Every figure can be suited = with comfort If you have never ttfi = worn a Warners Rust Proof you t= have simply missed the acme of cor = tfi = set comfort style and wear With = them an unattractive figure may = = be made beautiful your clothing E = will fit better and your clothes sat = = isfaction will begin as never before s- Q t WHITESVILLE Dr Westmoreland and his brIde ot one day Owonsboro were In town todayMr Ed Mullen and wife and Clint Haynes and wife ot Los Angles Cal are spending the week at CIcero MullensMr Mason Fordsvllle Is spending his vacation on the farm with Silas Dell Dr Edge moved his maher and sister ot near Morgantown last Thurs day to keep house for him John Smears moved his family to Owensboro last week Eson Ware is moving Into his IJroJlerly Quite a great deal ot tobacco has been delivered SInce the con inued season has been on The county road force Is located co1dillonappeared within the last few days The 11 W ot A Camp will give an Ice cream supper at Whlleos1lIe on the school grounds on Saturday night June the 4th Everybody Invlcd- Mr F L Campton and wife went to Owensboro today shopping u Notice Farmers A call meeting ot the Hartford Magisterial DIstrict A S of E will meet at DEda School trash on Tuesday May 31st At night all hnlrnnt ant business matter to IJe ni tended to See that your local is represented GEO P JONES Chmn O R TINSLEY See Notice Equity People Hartford Local No 604 A S OIr E will meet at Denmtts School house Saturday nIght May 28th All mem bers and the public generally are cordially invited to attend T H BEI MAIN Pros BALD KNOB May 24Mr L Leach and wife ot this place are visiting their son Supt Henry Leach and faulty ot Hartford Misses Mary and Agnes Williams Martha Sandel Cur and Fanny Mae Plummer were pleasant callers at Miss Emulous Taylors Monday The farmers are getting behind with their work on aCcount fo so much rain Mr L D Taylor Is not imprtiving very fast Mrs Mary Davis is some better Mr James Sorrels and sister Mise dart Jane Sorrels ot South Hill But ler county were the guests ot their aunt and family Mrs J H Torrence last week There will be singing at this place next first Saturday night Everybody InvIted ForR GN- TSYMPATHY helps hurts but it wont cure an aching tooth wonnt wake a marred one look like Its old self Takes a sklllrul experIenced denUf ito do that Get all the sympathy you can but for real relief and good dental work make nil appointment I with us for the practical way ot get i tang your tEeth In fine shape Best drown and bridge work In this town or any town Teeth extracted wIth out pain All work guaranteed Telephone 218 DRS HARDIN BELL DENTISTS Office in Republican Bldg Hartford Ky Why Not Get Those PHOTOSMade It you neglect it or defer it much longer you may regret It Bring the babies send the old folks and come yourself The price ot photo supplies is go- Ing up and Wo wnl soon have to charge morn for our work Better come right away Schroeters StudioI Over Republican Office Sr 1 Tw1I t ria a 1 t1A rat f Y 4- It c t ti 1 J I IAEE IS NEAR IN6 ITS END The Marqu sans a Strong and Handsome People are Liter ally Rotting Away JI Of all the l11hJ11tad s of ale Sout- Jaoas the laTQUeEt1DS were djudge d the etrongast and the most beautiful Atnd now aU thia slrength and boouty has departed and the valley of Tyrppce is the abode of some dozen warrtched creatures afflicted by Icp rosy leephantlosis and tuberculosC- Meladlle s estimated the populalton at 2OOOnot tIlting Into consideration th RDaM adJOn1llg valley of Hoouln Life has rOVed away In this wonderful garden spot wheao othe climate Is- os delightful and lhea1thtul us any to be found In the world Not alone were the Typaans physically rnagnitlcant thEY were Butte Their am did not con damn the bremJ and germs and microbes of diseases that fill our 011- nlr And when the white wean import td In their ships the3 al1oua micro organisms of dtseac e the Typec m- cnnnbkd up and went down berore them boo one consid rs the eituation one Is almost driven to the conclusion that the white race Slourishee on impurity and oorrupptlon Natural siolec ion however gives trio explanattml We of the white ro03 are the 5ur- vhors and the descrndants of tihe thousands of generations of sunhOlS In the war with microorganisms Whenever one or us was born wir1h a constitution peculiarly receptive t- hhese minute enemies such R one promptly died Only those vf us sur Tire who could withs and thtm W- who are aUvo are the immune thh fitthe omit oot constttuted to thC in a world of hestile microorganisms The poor Marqueans iliad undergone no such eeloolon They were not Immune And tluy wdro had made a cur om or catng their enamiea Wtm row eaten by enrmfea so micros opt as to be invisible and against whom no war of dirt and jatllldn was possi ble On the other hand had their been a few hundred thoumnd Mar quooans to begin with there might Me been ufffcient survivors to lay the foundation tor a neW rasaa re generated race U a plunge Into a feet oring bath of ohmic grolson can 00 caned a regenerationPaelic Month 1IDeafness Cannot be Cured by local applications as they canno t reach tile eased portion or tile ear There is only one way to cure deal 11e and that Is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condition or the mucous lIn- lng of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is Inflamed you have n TUmbling sound or imperfect hear leg and when It Is entirely closed Deafness Is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destTOed forever nine cases out of ten ar caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness caused by- catarlh that canno be cured by hails Catarrh Cure Send for circu lars tree F4 tCHENEY I CO Toledo O Sold b Druggists 76c Take Halls Family Pills for con 6tipaUon- A Teddy Consulted Platt But did as he Pleased In the tlret IniHmerut ot his autobiography in the Jung ilcCiureli Senator Plata tells of Rooevolts admin isration as Governor of New York Upon his Inauguration Gov Rouse welt atartr4 in whirlwind fashion to clean house at Albany lie Urrsw Su perlntendent or Insurance Louis F Payn out or his job so que1dy as to send shat official W me with aCT 1- warned you that thIs fellow would swoon bare you danglJng nt his chariot wheel You Would not beder me He Nuts begun by malphg members or your Old Guard Hell get you tooI OOnI agreed to the appoln meni of Praneb Ilendks Superintendent or In uranc and though Seth Low seoonrnnew7xl Col John N partrldw for Superintendent of Public Wtndts- offef9d no serious objection to the eJendon of that man Roosovof- t2iSdfrom the first agtjeed to coIisltt- me on all questions of appointments 1egta1atlan or party policy He re 9iglously fullfllled this pledgealthough tie frequently did just aalat he pleas xd Itt consulting me Roosevelt preyed blmself tM auUthcsiB ot Garfield 1iro roputID1fcd every contrast he ever made wMh me I have over prof erred that a man should tell me frankly lees to race that he win or wILl not do I thing than tiproml8e to do Jt Roosevelt fgld me foe instance he to nwmove Lou oMoonSult snout the apPatntmmrt of hu aucoe br Something About Kentucky Lt11oKeltnckY The States uanle is of Indian a Igln The popular marts of s a e3lo- tb ncrackers 11The States popular slams abroad tho Bluegras tThe states motto Is United stand divided wo fall The pretty goldenrod is the Stote flower One of the worlds wondrers liantmOth Cave Jt is located 1 n Edmonson county and is the Lingo subtOlltLnean cavern in fie wart It Is Bald to have 200 miles of su terrtancan avenues Kentucky Js tile greatest hegrr- gnawlQg state is the wcmld Kewucky has a river boundary of s13lnileS rule ffolels 411 miles long It Is 176 tulles atria Its area Is 413G2 aqua m miles Its population Is a little is excess or 22000001-I Kentucky was admitted to the un ton June 1 1792 IF CASTORIAFor Infante and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signaturoor TheLittleCountry Paper IWhen the ewnin shade is tamng and the endln o the day An a teller rcss from Jabor amok clayrdoes him so much good be fortune up or down As the little country paper trom his old home town It alnt a Qhing ot beauty nn the lr1l1t alnt always clean But it Otralghtnns out his temp or wben a tellers feeling mean It takoi the wrinkles off Ws thee and brushes ot the frown That little country paper from his of hone townsIt tolls of all the parties and tile balls nt Pumpkin Row An all the deaths and marriage and ahem the people go Au who spent Sunday with this g1il an brushes off rthe frown The tittle country paper from his of home town Now I like to read the dallies and the story papers too An It times a yaller novel an some other tfaash dont you But whcn I want some reading thatU brush away a frown I wars that Uttla Oraller from m- of r home townDenver Post Building Contracting It you are going to build a ne house or repair the old one I wee like to make you prJoos on the of the labor and can furnish the ma tbecountry also Good references D W WAKELAND Builder d Contractor Hartford Ky I No Jackpot in Her Kitchen Among the gambling sorles that I1inhispwrer was one about a jackpot A beautJlCul young brIde the story ran onrerad a corer grocery one morning and said Have you got any jackpots Mr Sands Xo maam Sands answered nnd lie hid a smile behind hs hand Iv got teapots and ootfb pots but Jack ports I dont stock Oh doorl said t11o bride A frown wrinkled her smOOth and beaut ful brow Im so sorry I You see Mr Sands my husbands mother used to cook for him and nearly every night he talks In his sleep about II jackpot So I thought Id get one for ellnce he meruU01ls it so often ho must bd used to It Could you tell me Mr Sands what they cook in jackpots Greens maam was the quick answer Unanswerable Meg and Dorthy were both six but Meg was a month too older RCmtly very serious dUrlcuUles arose bellwPCu the little ladles overran Qxtromolylm portant matter Meg was finally b6llfd to put an end tothe unfortunate con ttvveray in those crushing words Well I dontooTf if your doll Is bigger than mine Dorthy Brown Im than you are anyhowlFrom Womans Homo Companion for 1IayI Private Boarding s Rooms and board tlrst class for lore dollar per day for translents Honte phone 7226 MRS LEE DOWELL SiO 3rd rive Louisville RT Some XIgs of El L = n tlhatThe aco eedon of thee 9 or Great Btttian IScontB4n ediivlYrlm the following acoountt Jn the rear 066 Herold Sri nst of the saxon KIIlJ8 being siajn n- N11UambatoltW the Conqueroes be was afterwards caile SeIzed the therpa hisisron lathe Jaater a TECOnsUIn1on effrat ad I etxeen kris grand daugfitta slaphenfI= 1attte On Srphena dpi the daughter MatUda and hle ttllephew ofdscrown reverted to Idakildas son Henry II who was etaooeedted by his withbson byPfollowed by his oldest son Fdivclsd I who was In 6lUOCess0I1 followed by h1 son and grandson Edward II and Edward IlL The son of EdWard III dying In his Gathers lifetime a gl1nd son of Richard II succeeded and In his reign were sawn the deeds or War of the Ross WhICh were niter wards to bear web JUfrult Richard II was deposed by Henry IV Henry IV was sUcceeded by iI1s eon Henry V and then by his won HenryVI who was deposed by Edward IV who clahl- ad the throne by right of dement from Lionel third son ot Edward III and who was an eIder brother of John ot Gaunt bIJ fnthler of Henry IV Edward IV was succeeded by his son Edward V who died un Infant and then by his brother Richard III Who was slain in tho bath i of Bosworth FIeld fought between him and Henry Tudor greatgreatgmndaon of John of Guam by his third wife Kai erlnc- Sw1nlord Henry asoonded the throne under the title of Henry VIIword married Ellmbotli the daughter or Edward IV and thus united the two houses of York and Lancaster and put awl end to the War of the Roves Henry VIII was followed by his son Henry VIII who was succeeded In turn by his three chUdttn Edward VIoJ Mary I Elizabeth at whose death the crown foil to James VI or Scotland STerttrond O1 of bfaagarut eldoo daughter of Henry VI or Eng land under the title of James I On his death his third son ascended as Charles I but he was behoadrtl hi- 1G49 by Cromwell who was made Pro teeter until hIs death fn 1660 when the eldest son of CharJhs came to the throne as Chariltaa IL and he owns followed by tits brother James II The loiter abdicated In IG88 and was succeeded by a nepheltttw w had married the eldest daughter of James and the two relgnrd under their joint names as WilHam III and Mary II On their death Janice IIs daughter Anne laooend and she dying chl1dLestz the crown wont tor fhe Elector of Hanover who was grand son of Elizabeth daugltcT or James wasdpretxistwas Georgeeson IV bothof whom died childless the Crown talUng to Victoria only child orKlng Edward IV son of George III who ascended the throne In 1837 and she was aucceeded on they death by her eldest sons Edward VII whose death occurred eceenitly COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE I Too Late for Last Week May SGThe farmers of this piece ate very busy preparing tobacco ground Mr George Taylor who is now at the honra of his son Mr Waren TnY ille I Mr C 3 Taylor tanda trpont Saturday nigihj and Sunday with his aUJ 113 Porter Mr Romiq BaldWin or Beaver Dam vldted his grand parents Mr and Mrs Robert Luis Sunday Mr and Mrs C lit Steven and Ubtie daughter Norlne wei the guestS or tits Porter of wear Cromwell Sunday We had a Very intencting Sunday School Sunday A large crowd Vres ant and splendidorder LNF iYM body como back sent Sundayand would be glad that everyone would Join us in our class work Mr George Leach MI1nda was In this vicinity Saturday ndghtand Sunday tthe guest of Miss Tarole iE Taylor Mss Leona Duvall Select yJlal- ting her aunt MM Eva BhfeldaF of this plaoo tbisv1aeelwho- 1s Rev Birch Shields of now attending the Dapttst oon vendor at Baltimore Md wHIre = turn home Friday He was acconi nl- ed by IiCveml friends We were glad to see so manycouf singing Saturday t r will Jesillghllg c2 this p1aoet1J next Satndayn fight Every dnoilfd Mr and Mrs J W Colemaoft k emiriilte9 riet rckrh iil Avery rt Sunk m Alnother CorrospoadeM May 17y IUrih Shields in in Baltimoi did atendht she Uap tlajCozwentlcnMr Jtsonan4m ther vie ltedat lrSL S9yen last Sun day Mr Romnla BaldWln Beet bate visltedhle giand4iaa ents Mr ttnI Mrs Robert Lties last Sunday MrCoffee Barney and Wife wm= 111JIDSMII ylstted tit mfr W If- Mda Sunday I PALO Too Late for Itasj Week May 1Mr EstIL Bartldt Taffy was the guest ot Mr CUrt Derry last Sunday Mr Joo Maiden and family Were the guests of Mrs Annie ladC1 rind family list Sunday Mrs Sarah F Ezell Canetord Gray son county svlslt4ng her son W L WM rS and family of Palo She wall make this her home thte summer lue Ida Flener has returned home after ten day vlsta to friends and relatives near Hartford Miss Mary White and aim Sarah Ezell were the guests of Mrs J D Berry Sunday J Mrs Thomas WlmEatt of Sunny dale wes the guest of her parents Mr JehD Wimsatt SDI urday and Sun dryLook out boys Mr ToniSm1th WaS In our midst Sunday There was a musical entertainment given rut dlr Whoberrys loot Saturday nIght A good crowd was- present The Palo band furnished Ithe music 1Mm Rufus Bartlett of Taffy Was the guest of Mr J D Berry and family Sunday Mr J D Berry and son Everitt went to Dundee last Saturday on business iMr Arthur FPCtnster and wife left Wednesday for Oklahoma to make that their future home Uncle Bob LeVI Hartford Is vla- Itdng his daughter Mrs Buck Flener this week Mr Kit Berry came borne from Evansville last week when he has been delivering logs Mr W L White palo was the guest of his sister Mrs J T Shroad er Grtlson oouIIIy last Tuesday Mr Almon Duke went to Mangan last saturday on busineam hairs Myrtle Dodson and daughlters Ankle and Klrt1lie wen to Sutlnd31e last Saturday trading- dir wm liinton loot a fine horse and colt last Wednesday night by lightning striking the barn No other damage was done Mr KIt Derry and sstter Lena went to Hartford Monday shcPlJlng Letter From a Former Ohio Countian in the West Sophia Obla May 17 1910 Editor Republican Hartford Ky- I left old Ktwtucky on the 10th or March 1910 arrdved in Beanea county Oklahoma on the 14th I got In with a man to work on tfii fn11Il1 l1e turn lehes everything and gives me half P have sixty acres of broom corn dilantr- tt1 10 acres of maize planted This Is u beau dful country though the wlndl blows pretty hard Sometime Ithet Is a lot of sacl1n Me air My Coa3d town is Lncank Okln Jot Is five miles away and ms n nice lttVo town I dike Beaver county one mile fawn the Texas line 33 mLCICJ from rho Kansas Line and iiuy time there is any or the Ohio cowroy boys Or gus wan ho cOOlIe my latch stnng liuugs on the outside WeI that ds enough about ithfs place illW I will cndleavOll to tell you samcthing abouit Nelw IMexi co I started to Clayton New llexi- co the tinlt daY of May went dip a wagon with John M Fergeroon woo son aud W E Wtalre It took us six d1YS ito go through We all wend for too purpose of finding us a home dead and we got loooted to Sugar float Valley In Union county near GreenviLle This part of Nrnv Moico- Is a sheep ranch In this U1Jey tJhoerc are 80000 head of sheep Just coin mencrd zotllnig about one year ago WhJllle 110cated It da fifteen miles to Mt Sterna Grande its Wight 11 500 foot audit is covered worth cedar timber All of the sottdere ttheir posts from this M Itts north wilt from my place ML Clayton Is east ML OapuUnluth aU en sight of IDly place The Colorado Scuhrru R It- Is tenth of me eight miles so you soo It Is hlandy I Ihaye six months to- gat ow my rnnn Now boys this valley is V1ClYrentlHeand it Is being fettles up very fast Idol1lt think anrbody- can do beater then to loeuto tjmlb Uncle Sam Is going to run out of good rand sonic of these times I think my farm in five yearA win be worth 5000 If any of you ililnkot rambling go and pee this country I Wn not write say mire thl3 tdmo butt this dont getln ttb wusbe- lraekpt I wm write a iIn oandtlne RePJ1bUca1 r R M YOUNG I ra i-t t ireotoryA t OharOxxLg r I- Circuit CourtT FBlrkl1eirci Tugs Ben D 1Ungo orne r tiP PMl4katf J llrE O 13arrass Clerk F L e 1bMaater Comnlton r 14TCeuli Trustee Jury d Tr IHBla 8 ftit Hartford DepuUN9OKboyvrl an Lon Black Courtionvenea ffrr n day In March and August and coathsea three weeks and Third MoiiBaye Ja May and November two weeks Courtfl n Wedding Judge Wi aTinaley Clerk CE SnltlljAb torney Hartford Court convenes first Monday in each month Quarterly Quarterly gina on the third Monday in January April July and October Court of ClaimsConvbnee first Tuesday in January and first Tuesday in October Other County OftlccrsC S Mosfey Surveyor ForoavlIle Ky RF D No 2 Bernard Felix Ailsessor Hart ford KY J FD No 2 Henry LeAch Hartford Dr A n Riley CoronerHarttordlJUSTICES COURTS B S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March TuesdaY at ter 3rd Monday In June TUesday after 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December O E Scott Cromwell WednesdayaUe 3rd Monday In March Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June Wednesday after ard Monday In September WednesdaY after 3rd Monday In December t John H MI s Rockport FridaY after 3rd Monday In March Friday after 3rd Monday In Jlone Friday after 3rd Monday In September Friday after 3rd Monday In December J C Jackson Centertown Saturday after 3rd Monday In March Saturday after 3rll Monday In June Saturday after 3rd Monday In September Saturday titter 3rd Monday In December M C Cook Renfrow Tuesday after 2nd Monday In February TuesdaY after 2nd Monday In May Tuesday After 3rd Monday In AugUst Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November Thomas Sanders Dundee Wednesday after the second Matday fn February Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August Wednesday after tad Monday In November C V FordsvUle Thursday after 2nd MlleSr n FebruaryThursdayy after 2nd Ionday after 3rd Monday In AUgUst Thursday after 2nd Monday In November 3 L Patton Ralph Friday after 2nd Monday In alter 2nd Monday In May Friday after Srd Mon day In AUgUst FrIday after 2nd Mon day In November HARTFORD POLICE COURT C M Crowe Judge G B Llkene City Attorney Sam Court convenes second Monday In each month City CouncUJ H WIUlams Mayor n T CQlllns Clerk S K Cox Treasurer Members of Council T R Bar nard W J Bean W MFalrPenTaylor W E Ellis E P Moore School TrusteesJ S Glenn chairman W S Tinsley Secretary C ii Barnett C M Crowe and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServlcesmonrtng and evening every first and third Sun day In each month Sunday School 945- a m Prayer meeting every Wednes day evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices every Sunday morning and evening Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wed nesday evening Rev J W Bruner pastorChristian ChurchServlcea every fourth Sunday at 11 am and 7 p m Sunday School 230 p m Elder Henry Clay Ford pastor C P ChurchServlcea first Sunday In each month at II a m and 7 Po m Sunday School 945 Rev T C Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No C75 F A M meets first and third Monday night In each month W Eo Ellla W 101 C M Crowe Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 n A M meets every thIrd Saturday night In each month n Holbrook High Priest W S Tinsley Secretary Hartford Chapter No Si O E S meets second and fourth Monday even Ing Mrs T R Barnard W M Miss Willie Smith Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of nightSK of n S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every first and third Thursday night R T Collins Commander L P Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M nightInLadyRecordCarpenters and Joiners local No 1881 monthNoahTrees Acme Lodge No 339 I O O F meets second and fourth Friday night In GrandDOhio TrIbe No 188 Imp Order Red Wednesday ofUecordsRholdsthe first Monday In each month Ash RogersAditA S of E National Officers C 0 Drayton Pres Greenvllle Ill GreenKYTreasIndlanapoilsState Officers t nyCdKyOhioDamltyCD Ford Tress t1nrttord Ky COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry Leach Chairman HarttordKY DoKyaK1i6KY BULB1ULCMme 1IJUII1UC SPECIAL OFFER IlJIo1sfuadedo I diWItL 8 INWI == owu =awar tw u 4 PrJCt1lJW CENTtomwwwwwtttuwiiI 141MN72M 100nM00 wt t hi11111 et wtaMArp We 4Y WWow 1pw dNI 9 f f J r I a t JIIfJ clt se53T 1 JhljlCl1 4- r IILTT SMITH t ArrbRNEYS 1T LA1t1 I HARTFORD ICY t WalpractiCe heiriproteealon to ail Ute courts of and adjolnlnecol tie 9ndCourt of AppeihSp latjfI w I jtotflee 0fCrlmldal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office La Republican buf4d Ing FRANK L FELIX I e- AttorneyatLaw HARTFORD Ixo IEYj WU pracU JalIq Oh ilIend hdjoinfngcountleiaadif Court of Appeals Criminal pUe ancl Collections a specialty Officeta the Kssw aid building YAN OYL HOSLElZ ATTORNEY AT LAW JjWUICourts of Ohio and adjoining countie and In the Court of Appeals Also Nw tary Public Office over First National Dank JOllN B WILSON mAS Mcnowli WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HAJtTFoRD KY I Will praoUoe their profession in all the courts br Ohio and adJolnng counties and In the Court of Appeals Special attention giveuto 11na1 practice and to collections Offfoe oa Main St opposite Court House PATENTS U TRADEMARKS prrompny obtained In PATeNTSTHAT4fo1P7011to IIeD4 model photo or aktlch for FREE report To SURPASSINGBoot on Jrollabl trtWAHINGTON Jr KILLTHE000CHAND WITH Dr Kings New DiscoverysI FOR C8 Told ee Prue AND ALL THROAT AND LUNa TROUIW OUABLNTBD SATISBACTOIi- OR JXONBT BDUJmZD PROCURED AND DEFCNDEDleAdmo4el repore Free adnee how to obllJ1 patent trade nark copyttabtseta IN ALL COUNTRIES JJsLsess Jirul with VdKWI tint mono and eftlllll ExclusIvelyWrtteorcomotolUlat 513 mats S rwt CIteeStat Tat al eetc WASHINGTON D c btlenpnlckt7 IUI Invention l Probblifpt4l Junlca Ita11It I rtqifepscW i NAdeodfnroNnlsdweklalt I awtfourCO relaalmseoan ri 1 I It I SEEDSJPortia i toPlsesetAeryGetdro teal th merits Nol1beruOrlwaSees apgstM epPlEa FOlt10CENIIIM84lJ08tll One IAMOU COLLECTIO0 t lAe sw = o as1 LeKMGaw i1IIeJ i IIIpMly MrewtlkawyG LT 110 a- C I t 1r iiNU FEEIING r AND pIRE EGGSs I tSuggestioDIby aFarmer with IdeaskI J Declndng that there to oor her rieceestty for cold storage or spd11od i pgge J J Hartman a farmer and poultry cfrof Gtomngrlale De1ewar IOuntYt Elise Dome forth wiJh a slaw iegarding the preservaMon or tor all domestic and commer 4ege9ytkrpo esHo avers that by ox- psrlmeaUng he has proved to his satdftadd nthl1t by a hyglen4c sys- temi of homtng And feOOlDg ckcns- becoit produce eggs free tram fm- purlh dl which rwlU not decay or spo tlaJJot1ma temperature In proof ot aconooDltdon Mr Haatnlsn exhibited to egg dealers 1n this cLtl yesterday haf a dozen eggs whdth he declares had been under a setitdng hen for three weeks and whdch to all appearances had under gone no chmnal Cbna Mr Hart man the eggs hard after wMch P curt them to halt to show the datorior Ie say that ho ha kept eSgs trom thre to four tnorbe n the cellar at his home wdthout using ant preooratlvoes orcoldetorage aP jpaT Uthl anal then roId than as freer eggs and used them on IbIs own tab e He says the eggs thus leapt 8lrowed no tndnt and thAt by right feeding he enD produoo99 per oenttpurn eggs Mr Hartman explains thAt what hO has done others can do Ho mold that kbo decay of eggs is due to- kIrpuriUes duo to bad feeding and the m Health or the chickens Hls awn poultry are kept on plow grrnmd and are fed corn wheat oats and grMn and provided Withpleriy of oyster shells ills ohiekne house Is wMtewashcd every month and pro vJSon to made to give his chlckens plenty otresh mater Just care com non sense rigbt feeding and stud y of the mature of the chickens Is all Rhat fs necessary Mr Hantnan thin lea tto produce perfect eggs that will nut decay at least under normal non dttdons for veralwecks and can be kept for a long time nt a tempera titre of from 50 to 60 degnee3- Hantmaa says he bas boon expert ntng far seyrernl years and the t1ixf of the quality of eggs beln- praduoed g can be tested by feeding them to young chicks If ImpuIo eggs from unclean and diaee4ed haps tens boiled hand and felt to tittle ohlcks ho says the chicks will be omo sickly and die oft like flies but it the eggs are pure the chicks will thrive on then He ndch that out ot forty eggs or his own production used for rettilng purpose s thLrtyedght were hatched and ho points with pride to the eggs which tie has had to his poze edon for a month and whIch on being opened could tKt be told from 1lreshlylaLd eggs By his careful feeding system tie adds that the yolks or the eggs are of one color there being novarl1- 1I10n In the colorIng lIS a dozen eggs were broken and examinld Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat sutts skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and muffs AU work guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford Pressing Club EASTVIEW May 17Sunday drool at Bells RUIII Is progreSsslnnleelyy utder the snanagement od s Menderrt Ed- DaaIe1 There Were 98 puplla enrolled Mr auy L D Fren k tent Monday atilt With Blends acrd 4nilatlves atI Beaver Dana Mins Cora JaelisolrotHendersoa Is I IIDg a flw dayswith friends andI tiolattves Ln this vicinity AIr and Mrs Hellman Smiley bt- MamweU spent troin FrIday until SUnday with Mr and Mrs H S Nand Mr and Mrs Yes Taylor Header I tsoD are vsilthg trlends and aelaliives inr this vlcntrt1 Mr and Mra VertA Mamtin of Mason I lUe attended church at Bella Run un4aY Vii first Wire bridge in the f United States Ins Ib4a Hlotory ofPhtladelphJa 188- 4Ttkcrpsont Wesstcatt pays that tM first wtre suspension ibrldge tn the Un ted State1I 1tUbl inIthe world seas tlbrowdracroesthe SchuylklUtlv iniae follows In 1809 Robert Kennedy and Conrad Carpenter built a chain edge at the Falls ot SohuylkUL r 9ch bi oke dowp In 1811 Jogla White and Hazard nerwaid Inenot as the pioneers in the an II tki cte coal tradeof Pennsylvania- t ice ergcted a mill awdwire- j1 taclary in the neliiboncClvd 1atae t 1 It rC t S 1oy 10 t8rt br1dge tell theyfommed onew company and another ChAin bridge Was conMnzord In April 1811 but this new brIdge In tUrngavewAYln 181- 8Whtte Hazard then swung a strspenelon bridge across tM rive from an upper window of their la- ct to Some large trees OIl the W tbank steps leading from the trees to fire ground This prtmtclye bridge structure waillnten for root sengers only and but eight pe were allowed to go upon t1he footway tt one time The bridge Is said to have cost 12ii We find the easPnUal parts or this statement accepted and presented In detail In n lecture before the Engineers Club of RtUadelph1aln 188t by Professor L 11 HauptFrom Iron In AU Ages v QUICKSMEDICINE f coughsIGUARANTEED Sold by druggists Made by IJ C Meode ball Medicine Co EyuyIlIefsd The Empty Lives So many die that have not lived at all It ts as though they journeyed through the yeam Upon a path hedged by a gloomy wail of other peoples little frets and teats Beyond the wall the joyous fields etnetch out And there are little paths to lure the feet But dUty framed by others of their doubt Hae made them feel the bypaths are not moot To spend their days WIth friends they tilt not choose They toll llit wits unfitted for their hands They join the chorus or them that edabuseThe one who llvebecauFe be- vndPrstands They sing the songs the others bid them aing While In their souls are sltifed marvel strains They build and they de troy they fotth and bring rrbey fume of potty losses and or galas They count as truth the rote tlwt they are told They spurn as lies whatever they aoo bid They ban as heretic the overbold The one who would uncover what is hid hats success And can another careless bUnd and weak Who finds the joy they may not even gue33 Who teaches goals they may not oven seek What It some dazzling outburst or the light Should show them how supremely tar they mIss The core or lire the lasting truth and right But Fate is kind and does not deal them this It Is as though they plodded through dead yearn Upon a path hedged by a warren wall Ot other peoples UJUe rreta and fearSo many die and have not rived at aU Chicago Post Odd Items of Interest The fires In the UnrtIed Stapes each year cost more than the mulrtenance of the Oetmaa army- Ten years ago a fJftton locomotive- was considered a very respectable machine Now 200ton machines are no longer remarkable for their size and even larger are under construction The United Ststea manofwar Mlehi gan although still In service on pthe great lakes lis tW oldest iron ship In the world having been built on the ehonas or lJaJoo Erde In 1812 Irrigation in Mexico Ls being aecom- plLired by the pumping system in preferenCi to the older method or con struotlng dams Crocodile flesh Is consldurad a great- delicacy iq Upper Egypt Relief of the poor of England and WnW3 and matters wholly connoooo therewith cost over 570000000 annually The cablI1OOy wlyo was an interest lag figure do oldtime stories or the 816 has beconie almost extinot owing to Idle tdecreaae of sailing vessels- Mace steam become too prevailing motive power for ships When business is slack td the EngI Itch stock exchange the mmnbenr amuse themselves ibyatt6mpUng to throw a length of thee paper tape irom tthetape machine ovor the rail lag which runs arondIhhe great dome foaslderabre skill and some strength am needed for the apeomplWMnei of the feuk as the dome 18100 tootr above the floor level or chlen CryF- IRFLETCNERS C AS i 0Rtt Ar m The ThIrd Degree In Matrimoiy EdVard H It Green millionaire Imm rooenU said or Is quotted to Lave said dealt awlngdo his wealth marryra haw and why wealth can operate a9- a baT to matrlmoIJIY Mr Croon expressed the sensible opinIon thust a vory rich man WhO marries must susptekiirsonsp him for himself alone He modastiy- expres ed the opinion that he has no chums which would juslly him dlI hoping that any fair woman would take him on the strengh of any purely personal appeal he could make lIo is rurrJier quoted as aying that immedlatedy following the publica- cIIUn of the Interview hoo was dol- uged with letters many of them wrhtcn in St Louis from women ot toning him their hands and heats and aiming him that he and not his money Is what they want One or them writes that she hn never met him but that she had fallen in love I wdtlt his pIcture seen In anewspnper- Gi Qt 1s the power of the prets Mr Green or courue will net permit the pubUcatfon or any ot these 1e7lers ot which ho has received nearly 200 NoT will he permit anybody to read them We are therefore unable to say whether In any ono or them that genuine note Is struck which such n man or the world as this Texan should be able to ryieog size as soon ns he heave It Was there any one or the number stipulating that all ot his propel y shall be devoted to ndowing oollegea or hospttals before the nuptials It so tot him take her to his arms amdn be happy ever after rer bs will have round a jewel beyond all price Or it one of them has adriscad thin Ito sUIt all hhas and give to thepoor and then come to her lot him heed hec voice for she Ls fair among 10000 and ai1 ogether tovely Nor would we ex elude any If any such there Le In the line who waiving Easter hats and gowns opera boxes diamond tiarny pork chops and othot high prlccd luxutdt1 asks only that he shall retain enough or hs vnst estate to keep the wolf from the door It a woman has wrltlen that she la willing ito Joe In a cottage Jr they own the cot age let Mm Leek her out put the ring on her finger and hire the carpenter Such a gentrous woman is worth a home with a large storks nest buiLt above the dour We are tiring In the dark In mak lag these random shots but coming neateT the mark we believe than there commentators who huvi taken these letters terfounly nod who are se1rSlcrljtialng them Tributes to the uaselfinhnm- of woman to her superiority to mere dross and sordid ideas are now tJurg lag through a portion of the Ipreas as- a result of Mr Greene announo went thy there are nearly 200 women whO would be willing to marry him with out lila money ThIs statement In- ltsolf ls not open to doubt More- than 200 women might easily be found who would marry Mr Green wly bout a mines for he is good looking a Texan and a Republican But in the ease or the letttr writea3 the test of the thIrd degree on the lines wee have lndlcalF is the only one for cutting out the sheEp if Ihhem be any In that flock or goats A oman willing to marry n millionaire on con dtlon that the shall go dead broke bofooo the marriage might be worth more to a man than he would lose In getting her II Notice The law partroShlp heretofore ex- ltlt1g between C M Barnett and Cv E Smith under the firm nama of Barnett Smith has been dissolved In so far as the practice of criminal cases In all or the courts Is concerned since Mr Smith has been elected to the office or County At torney All Civil business wlll be con ducted by the firm henceforth as In the past and the partnership for that purpose wlll continue Mr Barnett will prMactice criminal cases In all or the courts C M BARNETT 42tt C E SMiTH Trade Between the United States and Panama Trade between the Unted Stabs and the Ropubllc ot Panama will exceed 22000000 fntlhe fLtcad year which ends next month and for the seven years aloe the Republic of- Pam4ma mane Iwo texistenee will approximate = 1000000000 Albout nlne tartWls of this told epaak4ng in very round terms Is urenchandise exported from the Unilte States to Panama and about onoteshmerti amdtoe tma ported into the CQuntTo from the Republic Eventhese tfgures do not aho the grand tahal ot ndbandise sent from the United states to Panama urdIg ho period sloe SUCh ppo- rhloa of the suppltrs for tib8 Panama wmaa am those engaged ta Ita eon h i I f i r + l ye o uoton as were sent from time to lnye upon government VeOOls we1- eit included to the figures reaching Ilbe Burrou of S atatios of the De par+ aneat ot commerce nd Labor by hich tills stllotetnFut ot trade with proiionPstyama has been for use In the con struolon or the caudl cannot b+ do- ltermined definitely though the Brit Ish Mtas or all Panama recently sti- matad that about oncefifth of the total imports of IIht Ropubhc were for the commlmties or the canal zone up- pmxlmatrly tWOmths fur canal sup ptie3 and the remaining tWOUfU1S for general useFarmers Home Journal ROSINE Left Over From List Week May 1SHow we welcome the bright suutahin9 after so mush rain and cool weather Farmers here were beaming discouraged Mr Jco Allen sold his new black smIth shop to Mr Andrew Alrord and he will use it for a mUl house Born to the wife or Herman Otto n girl May 12th Mrs Ida Peach whi has been sIck for some ime here is somewhat mm proved but not able to go to her home at Williams Mines The Infant daughter of Mr John campbell died May 16th after an UlnEa of four weeks Little Flora fell asleep In the arms of Jesus who says Suffer little ohilyden to come unto IDle and forbid them not far of such Is the kingdom of Hewnoe Her remains were carried to the Methodlst church and EervLe O condUcted by Dr Sohonge1bacher thence to the ROstno cemetery May God help and cheer the hearts of the mother and father Is the prayer of a friend DUNDEE Too Lana For Last Wrek May 17 Farmers or this cam muntty are getting along very slow wth their crops on account of so much rain Mrs Manic Start and two chll- drm tire vLstring relatives at Hart ford at this writing Msi Zelpha Taylor was the guest or her parents Mr and Mrs Toni Taylor Saturdayy night and Sunday Mr William Renfrow and family or Cedar Grovo were the guests or Mrs Renfrows mother Mrs Sam King Sunday bites Anal Awtry left Saturday for Owensboro where she will be thc guest rf relatives for quite a while Mr Ots Stevonir uo1d Mr Arthur Stone at euud church at Narrows Sundry Several from here attended tbe show at Owensboro Friday and all report n nice time Miss Dee Kmg who has been the gue t or hero sister lfhi Julia IWn- oIOW Cedar Grote fur the past two weeks returned home Sunday Mr Cant Brown erRnt Thursday with his uncle Mr James FIl1- xilr Combla Nabors spent Saturday night with Mr Attha Ralph He and his brother accompanied Combla home Sunday and attended Sunday school In the afternoon- Mm J Duke ls on the sick list rut this writings Little Reuben Powers who got his hand serIously cut a week or so ago Is improving Mr Ernest and Ray Cole Cedar Grove were tilt guests ot relatives hone Saturday and Sunday They al so attended Sunday school Sunday morning Como again boys we are glad to have you In our midst Simple Cures for Nervous Invalids A passive treatment ls the only thing possible for the reallyy ill the convalescent tco weak for exertion- says Jean Williams M D In Wrmans Homo Companion for May Nature will do wonders for a patient who will lie out of doors on a cot or In a hammock protected tnom- dbne and the direct rays of the sun just breathing In fresh air But when physical strength will permit It same form of outdoor occupation will to much more beneficial and x congenial occupation that can be pur suod with enthusiasm is infinitely bet ter than mere 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and booklet uWl1Y Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President f DRRUGIIONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE ntooaroCLTID EVANSVILLE ADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS r f t 4 C tr 1 r I r FTiS i j t7 I I z vlep 0 r Q i 0 I I I y q 0 IIu olO T t T f Home Jf Baked Bread t 7 Biscuit Cake Pastryr 1 l FreshTastefulHealth ful and Economicalwhen made withBAwiNG h Ro Alum a A ufJ POWDCR Royal Is the onlybaldng powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar SEVENTEEN YEAR LOCUST DUE SOON If Wings Bear w it Signifies War If P Peace It you heard a noise like Halleys comet+ dont be frightenedget a fence plckot and istl in readiness to swat the 17year locust The pest fa- scheduhd to arrive in these pants yad4iy WOn after un absEnce of seventeen long years Catch ono cf the 3t tIe critters and examine Its wings crosely It you find the litter V on lotii wings rohat ttnn1l8 war according to locuu line WJJhdraw your mom lort drip In the world peace society and brighten up the army musket The to for W on the wings of the looust has never taUod ro presage war In lSl3 the It time the locult were here the wlrgs bare a decldcU W aId the Uultod 6ates fouled dt necer vary to spank Spain before breakfaet In IS59 the W appeared on the to CUts wings and the civil war followed The uutJhor1t18 On rocust tra dBdOll del ue shat traUdtlcJ will prove that tlto W on the wingS or the locust accurately foretells the approach of war- It however you find th lcfer P that knocks the o sibf tty ot war into a reekedflat The k4t Ref P malls peace prosreai4y wcd plenty In 1876 tile wings of the locust hero the luitr p and tItratogu to Fay the dove otJ- lcaCC reigned supreme Court Notes The Ohio Circuit Court is engaged In the buskat term tie court has ex- perlenced III Ohio county In recent years Most all tIle jury trials are suits for damages and necemrily l take t11tl11 time The trial docket has been disposed of ns fOllows F T Walker vs Broadway CoatI Coagnd judbC 325 W S Gaines vs M II E R R Coverdict of jury 95 for plf- W I M Bassett VB Broadway Coal Codlsmlsst I Robert L Wakeland vs Broadway Cool Cosot forward to Vednesday Jth day I roadI6etits I ot jury 7000 for plaintiff I J D limos ve C II Hoopstlntled on motion or Louis Hoover VS IJlallJtiflI ThursIdayforward to Friday 11th dayI R SrSaudtrOur AGnlr vs L T PArk et almane order Joseph Saulnieie vs Stevens Co verdict ot jury lor drifts Henry Jackson vs Steve May et al- dlemissed Hartford Tobacco Ware house vs 5001torr jury hoe guilty t t3aip satiiesame result Camth Ye AloaeODeckerverdlcl of jaiV not guilty eomth Ys Oeorg SInIiRson jury j d t I T failed to agree Reported as sanding ten for c nvictien and two for ac quittalJ Robertson was empanneled as grand juror In place of J A Edgeex cused Thursday The grand jury having completed 1s work adjourned last Friday attar returning 26 indlctmen s classified as follows Selling liquor without license 3 POUt larceny 2 disturbing religious worship 3 carrying conceal ed a deadly weapon 7 gambling 4 Vending counterfeit miners checks 1 grand lArceny 1 using abusive language 2 assault I murder 1 draw Ing deadly weapon on anOther 1 Comth VS M II E R n three casesset forward to Thursday 10th day Comth vs Rossle Prior Ill boy 14 years of age charged with petit lar- ceaysentenced to School ot Referm near Lexington for five years Comth vs Otis Beard charged with wilful murderronrtlnuld to second day of the October term on motion of deft- for arrived Mondty Comth vs Dr W Wlthum demurrer to Indictment sustained and the pros ecution dismissed the foreman of the grand jury haling failed to sign in dictmentComth vs Virgil Anderson charged with creating a nuisance verdict of jury not gully IC Lee Warden vs Bank of Center town verdict of jury 10125 for plain tiff Com th vs Tom Walker charged with carrying concealed a deadly weapon on trial I A peclal term of court has been I purlWolford and Otis Beard- CENTERTOWN I May 26on account ot the continu ous wo weather the tanners are getting considerably behind with their work O D McKinney Taylor Il1nes was In town last Sunday Fred Chapman wentto Bowling Green last Sunday to spend a few days E S McMillin returned from abusl ness trip to Bowling Greea last Tues day nIght Mrs A M Smith and Miss AIgla- Tichenor of bjeHenry spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Lou Maddox Messrs wm Fall and Mae ogle Iartford were In town last Monday ovemng Came again boys Mtas liable Drown EchQ1s was the guest of Miss Laura Toll last Saturday A party composag Misses NIna Rowe Margaret Baker Laura Toll Mary McKinney Messrs WlU Cailoway- Reggla McKinney S M Dexter 0- L McKinney spent last Sunday aD- ternoon In the woods gathering flow ere Miss Mary McKinney of Taylor Mines spentsaturday night and Sun day wl hher parents here Judge W D Taylor or HatlIford was In town Wednesday evening Mr DL L Heaveria and Sits Nellie Woodward Hartford were In town late Wednesday Chlltln Cry FOR FLETCHERS C4 STORIA r- ti BOYS AND OIRES601N6 TO HELL While Preachers Fight Over Dogmas Says l Seidel lllwaukeC May 23WhUe you are fighting for some theological dogma our boys and girls are going to hell declared Mayor Seldel In an addsem before the Milwaukee Miniaterlal IsoclatIon today During the dlscusson Maya Sei- ddl rcmarkcd that when a boy 19 offered a baseball ticket he wlll shun the saloons One of the ministers declared he wouldnt trust his boy 3o- attend abaseball game for the very reason that intoxicants were sold In the grounds Theyll tnanage to drink somehow declared the min Ister Mayor Seldel suggested that the minlutere ooopemte with the school board In an attempt to have the school house doors thrown open to children for social pupastxr One ot the ministers declared here wasnt any thud of trying to give the boys wholesome alnme mett when the nickel theaters cat ered to teFr baser passlonu Invariably the Case Mr Farmer do you know whllt the DcmoIwsurgent programme tTeclprosl toy with Canada would mean to you It would mean that every Product of your tarn would be put on a par with than of the Canadian farmer that is a nduoUon tin the price of tram 10 to 30 peT cent Do you ifaror such a policy We dontit think Mr Laboriua Man what will It boneftt you It the Tariff on wheat f rev moved to that the milling trust can secure their wheat and the brewing companies their barley et Q cheaper rate which ltrerence would boa di- eaot lots to the farmer on thdsSlde7 Do you suppose that flour aird th3 product that made Milwaukee famous would be lowered accordingly Not 1- 1Mt of It But the result would ma serially lesren the prIce of labor for it Is rwvariably the care that heap farm prnduots followed Iby 0 mtlduc- bton of thg wage scaletl1 p k SELECT + i May 25owlDg to so much rain farmerS are getting behind whit their work Mire Lorene Stewart Is visiting relatlvts In Hartford this Mr Eugene Denumbrun or Bggwns vllle was laItown Tu daroJliu t nes Mr J J Stewprt at ended court at Hartford Frlday- Mles Lzle OBannan ot Hartford vtsttedrelaiivee here dataDd ttMr at- Brevtor dines waa at home Sunday and Monday Mr H K Jaanrs and aanllyt who just reeently left for Flnelandrexas Will by hack to Kentucky in afet days to niako life hGIneII I i 1i I HELPIMG FA CULFTORr Thi awry FMgulero DidYung liMamonniaWbi M cm Blestbe Ameri2ah- s uiiptor wen a young man W6rlttugIn- 1arte ra4 sere th famous Yrebeb- sculptor 08 one C819n euteNd his atelier and found there A bfIUtJrull Diana that had been for months on the stocks and was cblllg U- perfection measurably satisfactory to the aculptor hlt self Falglenbecdme ao absorbed In the work before him as to forget thlt It was notahia own lie began totw1llr andpgil the dainty limbs otman thls way and that to punch her In the ribs turn her queenly headfor she was then I1lo clay of course and sus- ceptlble too impresslonsuntil at lust he had produced the very pose be de sired h reml friend 1 ilkI her bettor so he cried and skipped oui- of the studio- He had really intended todg Mao monnies ainvor Dnd bad Indeed paid him the greatest compliment of wbiFb- he was capable but the young sculp tor was in distress ir on comparing the remodeled Diana with a photograph ot l1algnleres statue of the same character be found the Inch man had unconsciously made a practical replIca of the other Marmon- nies did not rest until he had restored his statue to Its original pose Billy Rice and a Pin DUly RIce the negro minstrel used to tell the story ot n man who picked up a pin lis he was leaving the oflict- of a great merchant after an unsuccessful quest for work The mer chant seeing the mans action trow the window called him back and gave him employment which kindness hr- repald by becoming owner ot the entire business JII all incredibly short time DUly used to end his story by say Ing that he tried that scheme once when hu was looking for york dropping a pin caretulll on the floor att toltheempJorment to offer him but remarked to his partner as RIce picked the pin UII Say It that fellows so small R dU1youDamascus City of Mlglc An oriental city ot magic called up by n nave of the lamp to reolltl ones dream of the orient a city ethereally lovely exquisitely eastern ppbelllerlll to be blown away by n breath liken tuft ot thistledown not white butj delicately pale with a pallor holding the faintest blat of a seashell fush u city slender calm almost mystic In ttfragile grace set In the heart of a great wonder of green a maze of bright and ardent woods beyond which lie the desert spacesthis JI Damascus from the mountain ot Jebel laSI1o It holds one nlmosE breath less seen thna from afarBoberH- lcheus In Century A Permanent Position Mr Smith spoke up the young lawyer 1 come here as Ii represents tlve of your neighbor Tom Jones with the commission to collect a debt due him I congratulate you answered All Smith on obtaining so permanent u job at such un early stage In your ca veerSuccess Magazine The Gossiper They say she will create no end of- rosslp Well J guess the jobbers to that community will be able to handle her output LoulsvUle CourlerJournal A Tip H Wanted Artist to burglar who Is mnklot away with paintingsErby the way If you should manage to dispose of them would you mind sending me your customers addressLife r Gobbler Hatches Chickens Hcpkinsvibe Ky May 231113 Luther Hubbard who lives about four mUm from this city has n big turkey obbler who is settlrg on the reguhc tIonnulnber ot bena eggS and Who Is expected to bring off a fine brood ot chickens In schedule Lima The old gobbler found two turkey EiggS and be gan setting on them and ulidfodxi Ito break him up ta IedMrs Hubbmf then decided to turn his inclination to account so she aerppltrld hint with the hens eggs and for several daYS now ho hus been doing his fuel dll y by them and to all indents and purposes will eodtinuoto do so Society Couldnt Spoil Dolly Madison o It1 a JeIQarkab1ecomn1X1d1a1Ydhat though Dolly MadLson early years had been spgntintheelmplest mlronment she entered with supreme eseln1b the nfl lcln1 life of Wathhgton inhere as albs first lady ot the land she was sat is the mtdst of a Court ot rigid Ui goejandscathedincurringno ennmlesnorcausr- ing oUello9l againrJany uncial bawa- Thoughh sdao i oacamedgwa to BaSa power in polDUcs her tnfuemr was merely that whtrh 8 httultrUj and graclousJW U pan always ti41d- over these with wham sbe comes to coda To every one of lI1dJsona8ICq lIil tancesMswUe proved hertself M- ffifeudly sBaytafch uooomrnori fagot associated tro eI71tt1JlJsn in 4 1 r r hue of Allj tJrrt rile twp rest- sdxaya 9 bf 9 Tlse Sao olst nersln a leer flti1 R4Va- tfon bret ktIierLever spoCed herope- ta Ltnord4d eadlIk aDr cJh star lierr perwonal and dOinoMlcute beyond those Ui ol required she wan the o2 Q Qor heragal wayw thJsOkhabe pfirid e at aU funcl tioals at up 2i0153 4wayeappreobafnd her true do- mehsticrdy and ma111Fese Her gray clous taot 8f hrem wise- slleneaupon rchedosdug 4esueeof3he 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work any where and Is Inttratt class condition For eurth r particulars caU n or address P1 Dunning Echols Ky 93ti may prefetgray orIl YOU or blue for your suitjyou may like a stripe better than a plaid br a club check or better- than a plain color Its all the r same to use Here are HART SCHAFFNER 8 MARX Clothes in all the new colors and weaves something to suit every 3 taste and the styles are smart snappy and full of go Specialmodels for ypungmene1 Suits 18 to 30 7r r This store is the homeoijrt Schaffner tMarx Barnes Special Su s8 100 and 15- King t Quality Oxfords for Men 350 4andSS I JSlandSl50 t l I a JlStetson and Y ht Hats 23V4 aI5 dJL tra pe Baffles p BrOs r 1 LVci BE VERDAMKYiiio h 1 i y r r tr j AerleleXt c Xt f ttI