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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f BqiibIctux0 Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE I PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription i per Year w VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 3 1910 No 46 AS OTHERS SEE US r r SpeaWell Pleased With Reception Given Special Get Acquainted Train Last Week r The Madlsomvllle Hustler one of the leading nerwspapets of Madison vine contains the following report of i splendid manner In which Oenrterttwn and Hartford grouted and entertain ed heGeIt Acquainted croWd The teal surprise of the dayand- it was a most pleasant one was the reception that awaftod the Get Acquainted delegation at Centertown The party had an Idea of a great wel come at Hartford but too extent of the welcome received ait Cente town was entirely unexpectd Centertown la six miles from Hartford and until the party reached there and took in fcho town it was associated in their minds as a way station where an ordinary step would be mad But when the special jeaan d Into the station at Cententown a large crowd was there to welcome the lad On vlliians The depdt was decorated marshals i with flags and mashes were mounted on horses many vehicles were drawn up and handsomely decorated and a reception committee that understood changerefto them in proper tJyle and cere mony An address of Welcome was dell v ened by Ernest Morton n druggist and was couched to such felicitous words and delivered In euch a pleas ing way that the entire party was caiptlvated The recepMon committee insisted that more time should be given Centertown and the order was given for a parade to the busi ness section of Vha town which was nearly half u mile from the sluitlon This was the first parade of the day When the delegation swung Into the residence seatdao ot the town to their surprise all the houses were beautl filly decorated Jn honor of the oc caslon and the business part of the town wan a perfect sea of bunting The procession dn the center of the business district where speeches were delivered by D H Klncheloe and Ruby Laffoon Both Makers expressed the sincere hanksof the vlsMng delegation for the splendid hospitality received and expressed pleasure at the privilege of making the acquain tance of such true Kamtuohlans under i circumstances BO delightful The Get Acquainted Special t reached Hartford Just at noon and fully 500 of the representative city zens ot Hartford were at the depot to extend greetings Mayor Williams delivered on elegant address of welcome and closed by presenting to Mayor Catlln of ifadieonvllle an Immense key carv y ed out of of wood with the assurance that the city was unreservedly turn ed over to the visitors to do with as they leased with one reservation and that said Williams Is that it will beunlawful for any one anythinghany one t caught buying or selling anything e Be wlil bo ImmedlaUily arrested t i Mayor Gatlln responded in a fit ting response when C M Barnett Clubfthat arrangements had been made to entertain the Get Afcquaiat i ed delegation aof dinner at the tfnJghte of Pythias hailand ordered theAine of match to ibe formed After parading the principal streets oft the city the visitors were conducted tote jell where a iaumptuous three l coUrse dinner was bervedr by ladles t air HftTcixX This service was ele t Bandy handled and ithd dinner was V thoroughly enjoyed and much conic Pflter ed- I ddnner the visitors and citl lousetJ 1 j held clea were made by r D axwkeIf Rwtiy aeiof net C C Glyensank3tbyOommonWeis ths f v Attorney atato an County Jud I 4 lL i 1 Wooding of Hartford The speeches were all along the line of felicitating the two commun itttes that they had been brought into closer relationship toy ieason of the Mad tso nvllle Hartford Eastren railroad At this and all the other speakerskan to visit iMaditonvlUe and urged con cer ed action arid community of in Wrest in seeking to promote tho development of the great resorces of this sccIon of the State The people of Hartford vied with one another in Showing courtesy and hospitality to their visitors fr nn Madlfionvllle Hartford Is an old town and has long been noted as the center of culture and education The atmosphere of the place and people indicated culture and refinement and that it Is a seat of genuine Kentucky hospitality The Got Acquainted party wore charmed with their visit to Hartford a Among the lodges Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythias conferred the Page rank on two strangers at the regular meeting last Tuesday evening The Knights are urged to be present next Tuesday evening as work in the Third rank will be put on at that time The decoration services will occur at Oakwood at four oclock next Sunday afternoon the assemblage being at the hall at 230 Every KnlghtdS urged to arrange for flowers Those who have not attained the Knight rank will be expected to take part also Suitable services will be held at the cemetery Keystone Chapter No 110 R A M was examined last Saturday night by companlOt W rth or the Hardinsburg chapfr He was IaC companled on his trip to Hartford by companions Mather Meader Weath erXord Penlch and Haswell A splen did supper was arranged by the local companions for the visitors at the City Restaurant after which the chapter was opened by companion WhitworUi and some excellent talks were made during the evening by the vsitor3 It is believed that much good was accomplished and that Keystone chapter will receive an om petus which will prove of very great value to the membership in the fu tuie s I Hartford Lodge No 675 F A M will devote greater part of the session next Monday night to the lee I tunes in the first and third degrees I Those who have never had these lec- turesI should be present as this will j be probably the only opportunity for sometime for the lodge to devoteI to this part of the work Echoes of Boost Trip The first issue of the Madisonville Journal after the visit of the Lets I Get Acquainted crowd to Hartford contained the following In regard to that event To the Hartford Herald and the Hartford Republican the Madl sonryllle people are indebted for many courtoslea connectedi with the Get Acquainted excursion These live papers took much Interest in the trip glvdng it full publicity editorially land by advririlE ment and shook our proffered money buck Into our faces when we Wed to pay them for the display advertlatag They have the warmest thanks for their kindness from Madl sonrvHle people The most difficult task Madison ville peoplfe ever attempted to do in ridding themselves ofmon ey happened to them at Hartford We could not pay for our dinner our money was counterfeit at tho cigar and drink stands the newspapers broke a sacred custom of their profession in refusing our coin and wo believe If airy of us had desired to buy a stamp to carry a letter opt cf town the Uncle Sam of Hart ford would have shoved ouri coppers bank to na N5 pore agroeable surprise could have been given to the Madteanvllfe people than the cordial welcome1 extended by Centertowns If ih re fire not more wideawake and lusty cHi zens in that little city than any where else of ita size we have not been then v lIoMyWIted wanted tto borrow H50 for six moatisB glit edged security Addresa 8 Ve Republican office I r 4 f ALMA KELLNER MURDERED 1 IQ Body Found Within Five Blocks of Home Had Been Missing Since Decem ber 8 Last and All Efforts to Locate Her Abandoned Louisville KyAt last little Alma Kellner has been found but only her dead body The body of the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Fred Kellner was found In an unused cellar of St Johns parochial school Clay and Walnut streetsThe discovery cf the body was made by Dick Sweetea plumber in the em ploy of Halter and Sender wfalle he was engaged in pumping water out of the cellar When Sweets had pumped most of the water out of too collar he saw a childs shoe stick up from a lot of damp debris Taking hold of tlte toot ho found that he had the body of a child wrapped In a carpet in his grasp As he unrolled tho canpettheflesh- fell from the childs body and the stench wan so terrible that Sweets could not stand It He telephoned to his employers and to police headquarters Chief of Police Lindsay hurried to the spot and sent to the Kellner home for MrI Kellner Mr Frank Fohr cousin of Fred Kellnerarrlved at tho scene with the childs father a short time after the body had been discovered and alter viewing the remains Mr Fehr said ttha he was certain that it Was the body of little Alma Mr FTehr spoke as follows There Is not the slightest doubt In my mind that Alma met her death as result of foul play This is all I CanI say at the present timebut of this much I am sure Mr Fehrs theory Is that the child was killed before sho WWi thrown In to the cellar through a trap door The cellar In which the body was discovered 15 S X feet wide ant 1 feet doepahd Is reached by two entrances one a trap door inside the schoolhouse whldi has not been opened for many months and the oth er la a door near tho side entrance to the schoolhouse between the home Fattier Schumann and the school lOt The coroners investigation shows that six ribs and the back or the child were broken and quick limo was found In the carpet In which the body was wrapped Investigation of the place where the body was found shows that a hole was scooped out In the cellar and the body put In It Alma KellntT disappeared on the morning of December 8 1909 mdI was never seen alive again by any of her family or people Sho had started to a nearby Cath olic church to attend the 9 oclock mass Many thecrlts were advanced as to the cause of her disappearance but the one most generally accepted was that she had been kidnapped and was baing held for ransom Negotiations were opined at various times through advertisements InI Cincinnati newspapers but no deft nite terms were ever reachedand the general opinion prevailed that the fam1 was never really in commun Icatlon with the real kidnapers The theory which has the most ad horents here now is the one that places the crime at the door of kid napera Another theory as to the disappear anco of the ctylld waaitbal bar moth er who was U strong Catholic had concealed the little girl and possibly had put her In a convent for tttw purpose of inducing her husband who was a Mason to T npuncahls alje glance to Masonry and join tKeCath olio church The finding of the body explodes this theory Another theory which the finding of the body explodes is that the par ends of the child had her hidden out and through confederated would receive A big money award from Frank Feet for her reJara ifhe1Iiatastrdevelolmeia all foiat to the fact that Alma Kellner was murdered in St Johns Catholic and that her murderer at tempted first to burn her body to coVer up tho crime and failing In thai deposited the llttfo girl in the cellar where the skeleton was found Joseph Wendllcg who was Janitor of the church at that Wme has been missing since January 14th and hem fltrongly suspected of the murder Hip wife Mrs Lena Wndllce has been arrested and incarcerated as an accessory to the murder and has told conflicting stories concerning the ac tion of her husband who Is very much her Junior In years All that was left of the remains were burled In heioemtery Tuesday afternoon Mr Frank Fehr cousin of the girl has offered 1000 reward for the apprehension and conviction of the murderer and this amount will no doubt be supplemented by the city of Lou- Isville and State of Kentucky and will probably reach 5000 o FOR tTNE BUSY READER Former United States Treasurer Chailos IJptry Treat died Tuesday la New York The appropriation of 250000 for the Gtwn River dam was stricken from the rivers and harbors bill In th report of tho conferees which was approved by Congress S The veto by Gov Draper of the bill making eight hours a days labor for public employers was sustalred in he Massachusetts House The vote was 84 to 73 in favor of passing the bill over the veto which was not the necessary twothirds 5 Cool John Ruhm aged 76 died at his honra in Mount Pleasant Tenn lie was one of the best known1 Re pubHcaE in the State and once ser 1 cdas United States Attorney for Middle Tenneesce He was born in Tlesnhoff Prussa S By a decision of four to three the Supreme Court of the United States ieided that the Inorttute Commerce Commission had not exceeded is pow er in ordiarlng the redueMom of freight rates In tho socalled Mltsourl River rate cases and the Demler rate cases These orders were hold to be rci allIThe IntcTnatfbnai Locomotive Engineers in biennial ses sion at Detroit reelected for iterms of four years each General Secretary W B Prentcr of Cleveland and As sistant Grand Chief Engineers H E Wills of Milwaukee Michael W Kadle Sedalla Mo and E Corrigan HllUboTO Tex 5 Following a conference at the White House between president Taft and At torney General Wlckersham the Department of Justice filed suit In the Federal Court at Hannibal Mo asking that tWontyflve Westorn railroads be enjoyed front Increasing rates A temporary Witralnirjg order was granted 5 Taking advantage of the iocalled milt in Democratic rank due to tho dlssutlsfactlon of the Prohibitionists with most of the recent nominees the Alabama Republicans who will meet In Birmingham in July for their State convention probably will put out a full State ticket with prohibition its chief platform Cigarettes Cause Boys Mind to Become Unbalanced Owjen boro Messenger stays Wednesday afternoon Jailer Calhoun took young Willis James Into custody on tho charge that ho was Mentally Unbalanced Drsu Hoover Flrellno and Foster made an examlnattom of the luresantcites pipe and chewing They pro jiouneaWm Stricken with temporary insanlty and fit for reform school ratber than an asylum They also think that under the right kind of diet and treatment he will soon recover He will be tried for Insanity before Judge Owen some Ulme to unknownphysicians anything about his home Wanted Layorgent1emanto take chime of small hotel Address Drv Ii B Bean HartI riK1 UGLY EPISODEIN Opposition to Taft Account Brings Out Bitterness New Orleans Hustling for Inter national Exposition to be Held in 1915 Washington D C May 21The lower House of Congress was toot week the scene of an ugly uplsido brought about by an effoilt of the Republicans under the leadership of Mr Tawney to secure a deficiency appropriation for President Tafts traveling expenses Some Southern Democrats opi osed the appropriation when Mr Tnwney came back at ftom with the taunt that they had i vJrfcd the President to their riates aoceiit ed his hospitlnllty ridden cn his spe cial train eaten drank and smoked and now grudged a small aipropria Hon Mr Tawney made some slurrt g remarks about vaunted Southern hospitality to which a number of Southern members replied with great heat That the episode Is deplored at ho White House in shown by a J Jasr today from the President to Mr Taw ney which ho has made public Tho President ccnoJudts his l tter to Mr Tawney wlh the Works In all my cxperlenco and I have enjoyed the hoi ititality cf many Emotions and countries la the world I never had a more cordial generous C JeD and lavish welcome than I had In the Southern ctWera during my trip and the slightest hint that puts me in the attitude of a critic of that hos pltality gives me great painI Tho Governor of tins state of Louis lana the Mayor of New Orleans tend a number of Mayors of other South eon codes accompanied iby the legMai tino of Louisiana have bte n ini Waohlnston duitng the week urging the merits of New Orleans as a oitei for the International exposition1 In 1915 Thl delegation has lYttdved much of fklal aria scc2l ntteuticn la its Junket to NVasWngiJon They have CalJltotIbeen had by tho Holis and Seti ComnvWeea on Industrial J3xpo ldcEB At the conclusion cf the hearing the House chafcman Slid he had been in formed that Wasliisjglon eHnl o wished to be heard and aktd If there were any abvocaites of Washlnfitou tithe audience There appeared to be no one lrresrnt at that time to speak for the capital cf tie United1 Suites but Senator Galilrgtr on the same day introduced la the Senato a reailu ton authorizing the holding ofIhe axpoittion in the National Capital ILls resolution was identical with that of Representative Moore in the House recommending Washington as the proper location for the celebration of this natlonal and International lowg lokcdfor event There will be no decision durtsg the preanet session of Congress but it Is probable that Dho nmttiii will be taken up early on tlhe assembling of Congress next Deceni btr Your reads ra will doubtless wmiem ber tho desire expressed by thv Prftii dentof the United States In a number of his public addresses for such changes in criminal law as will more directly bring offenders to justice and more effectually secure their punishment ini the lnt rest of repressing crime The average American citizen does net fully realize the relative status of his country on the criminal annals of the World An emlncrt au thordty en the subject of crimnolog has recently written that honiididal crime has increased 450 per cent In tho Unitftd States slooo 1689 thereby the ratio of convWtJons Is lass than 10 per cent The ration of convictions dm Germany Is 95 per cent Bar Rus sia homicidal crimb in tho Unt pod States exceeds the total of that of any teal civilized + nations It is estimated that 350000 in the United States utoorn the law does tot touch choose and pursue criminal careers The national debt is 964000000 tho notional cost of crime is 1373000000 tt Is com mon tor us to Wear from the puSptt an from thflr pflatiPanm that Ignorance is too cause of crime Ita 4ntconlcsta bbs iKtthe American people pay store money for education than any other two countries in the world Judged by tilts test we are the most savage people in Christendom There was considerable interest shown this week in the lower Hous of Congress over a provision itn the Sundry Civil DL1lapproprlating tor the support of soldiers homes Mr Kelli her of Massachusetts Ban cilt of Miecuil and Stafford of Wisconsin treed very head so havr the cacfjeeu restored at those soldiers homes Congests however refused to readmit che canteen Mr Sims of TeniceMS rnad j a fervid speech against the caneea In the homes std In the army and was cheered by members of the Sun day School Convention in the House galleries r Court Notes Circuit Court adjourted lad Saturday attar Uing in setslon iwo woelw This Is the first time for several terms that the allotted number of days has been necessary to dispose of the business of the court but this time not only was it Impossible to dispose of the business before the term explredbut Judge Blrkhead deem ed It advisable as there was consid erable business left over to call a spodal session which will convene Monday July 11th This session will be for the sole purpose of trying two commonwealth cases That of the commonwealth against George Simp son and commonwealth against Otis Beard Simpson was Indicted at the March term of court and tried at the recent May term but the jury was unable to agree ton of thorn being for conviction and two for ac qultal After the mistrial Judge Blrkhead seriously considered the entering of an order continuing the May term a week longer and again trying him but attorneys represent leg him pleaded strongly for addi tional time to investigate sonic al lodged evidence In his behalf which certain alleged witnesses In Teases see are suppposed to bo able to give and the court desired to fuicish am producejbe able to do continued the case un tll the special July tram This will no doubt be a stubornly fought case i at the succeeding trial as it wan at tho recent trial and will consume con llderable time at the next heanlus as both commonwealth salt dolendatit promises to Introduce additional evi I dence at the next heating Braid was Inducted at the reeeM- May term of court and his case bet down for trial but he claimed that some iniporttrcc witnesses wee ab theII man The killing occurred at Braver Dam only a few weeks ago It will require only a shunt while 1Qbab1Z only a day to try the case us there ate only eight or ten witnesses for the cmomonweolth and half as many for the defendant Barney Smith of the Schroader schoolhouse neighborhood was tried in Judge Weddings court before a ury last Friday on a charge of wil fully refusing to support his four Infant cHildren and the jury after brief deliberation piomptly returned a verdict of guilty and fixed his fine at 10 The evidence showed beyond question that Smith habitually loafs about home without any visible means of support and without taking tiny effort to procure work by which he might earn a living fur his family Ho was released from custody howev er under the faithful promise that he would at once get work and prO 1dt for his family The fine was held ov er him and he will be taken Into custody and placed in Jail if ho does not put forth greater chest to support his family- A warrant was sworn out by John Filback tho latter part of lost oivvk charging Lelge Morris with the offense of cutting and stabbing him In sudden heat of passion or affray Filback Is convinced that Morris intended to and thought he was attacking someone else when he made tho onslaught up on Mm The cuttirig occurred a few nights ago as the parties were re turning from church near Cane Run Wanted- An organizer in this section for our sick accident and life insurance cotrlfloafea on a very liberal renew IVlDtuckyStatlag PMhwfclpbla Penni t 4 i t1 f J I ij a k j 1Iflt I f = = f SHAVING ANCIENT ART Talkative Barber Reels Off Some History Epileptic The Bold and His Stra tegy Brought About The First Skavc 1 eee you are In the baWS of gI- dcgmaved every day told tie talkative Coawrfaltet u tw grabbi bis belpteB TfcUm and itoahed the lather over hb taco Yet I verdure to Hey that you know aotbiag of the rr roe yoa and your fellowmen hAve Ojirfr bearrfr removed as fast aj they grow The vk hn grunted and made a fe ble aad lc ffuctual tcttsnyfl to wipo the tatter from his eye Sharing however 1sb roost ancient of arm the talkative toi oriazt ccstkroed poisrfcs Mvj rasa afcore the victim a face The anc- Ient Greeks and Romans aU removal tteir bsarda and as tar tack as the rturd1 of antl ju5 y go h Is toovn that the tomortalists an was ore of the moat boon and widely prac ticed I ttowtfotv am a dvceaxit erf ionsortaHVs whrxie liD bezaa back la the misty and shrouded be ginoiags of the human family The or do of shaving as you may not know bgan in tit army That I why Tnodmi armies keep wen Waved I am a graduate of the Hcckfog Valley Csrrcepntderce Cal verttey of Shaving and Hair Getting aril the classics cf our art are a pert of tM course We mu know tk 5 why and wheivforw as wtM al tie practice of doe vrofawton Some time has tfttpied trw I rt 0ived my dcgrrr from the Hock IEB Valley Unlvt rity and although I took a pantgraduate curse end in later life received tbedegreofbaeh- dar of KharojwolDg I can a rmnem br the rrjiiKH of the tardiest org ituora fjtf She h avlirg apt Oh par dun TOO did I nick you Youll only Jot a gill of blocd I aAure you ard if you drink plenty of milk you w1U aietdliy regain it Well an I was saying shaving originated in the olds days before yiu aad I were born Visi quite caturaHy W m we were born however Hire was much fighting In In thotw days and very man will did aet carry a sword and shield was WJCY Uttltt respected by the oth er Htrtng anise who wore his neigh bor- BIMIKIT1C TUB HOLD Nw BjrfkVJe the Bold 1 think thw VM lib mime though I cannot iwnombcr enough of my early c4as teal our to saywith assurance was a great Metier In the time o anCIjiiUy aril lie had an hla army a gag tf lunswhUikCTcd iighUi who ovranyb174That must have liwiv omewhi r arourtl the lifeboat tmtH when all man tot tOudr faxirds grow If a mars whisker got to his wat lIne he was much prouder Than 4Ihc man who only could gut hive below his collar button I biU ve that this is flu bRas i4 of juide uvon now among tome Mohamrntdan countries Tie losigtli M the lan I am Told dtfturmlcec rwfjuctablllty However that may be General Bjii l tc gut mixed up in u dljilo jnac argunKTrt with another ancl HDlt hero whose IUWTIO I cannot at irrcs ent recall IM aps when you corns In tomorrow I will be able to tell you the Tool name of these famous nun but 1 sum turn familiar with the ffto w xf the legiiiwli exdutiive of narnm tinJ dan But the nwilt of the dljilorosutlc- wjuabhlc Will tlio iwveiarco of re IniUrriw nod wwr was eagerly looked forward to by bothIrJljlt The forces irf fthe Uero opposed to E lvp tic as I ucilitrUiod were homwdvit- Kuporinr to hwsw of 3io latter luid or but IJitit did rust in any way fruze hid bravo Xollowura ail they clam orod eigerly for tho Btrtfe They otfored to mako uny sacrifice and oven the Women declared they would give up their chowlug gum Jf only the general would give Motet war EPHKITIC A STRATEGIST Uut Wplkiitlc was a itratoxlat and he hud Btave doubts about tho pHct7Kjct of UUCCCKS He considered n long Clnw biiforo he finally decided to rcnd hLs uiyma um and this ho HxlTint do uuaa lie called All his wmrlore toeetlirt and told them it way time tJo1u1ce good on their lRC riflcc talk JD ithoeb lIbya all the flghUag with the exc Aof a bit of stone HllnBlnig and arrow nhWitlng was dons hand to bind The anchors Jid stow allure V reln badas It were1 1161aaswore gala aai the LTMeaae rtloess inW ag- 4e each Is w aRBf with 4ke ee gfaeers Icektec corn OB 1M iai tzr Now whoa two armies eaea and In a ciask they clashed properly AIl OK sea wore loss beards as you know and the beat mode of pt1ag wrs for one man to Fall tile oeT fhtes lard getting a good trip oa iC act wfc Ills baadhoJd tHe his eword to sooJ effect WaJch ever mart get his tinge In a hesnd first WM most likely to b9 the win er BEARDS SHAVED OFF Bat a brilliant idea Kruck Epi leptic or whatever his name was He prcpcttd to ellmicate aU band hold on his n and In Order to I dvfc bli nemy nothing to grasp he iorderedall bU mea to shave off their hmaaa Uards Cf coorthereI was tncca dla atfcfactioa and rome tram irtrr shed biz the warriors j bad gone SD Btrccs on he sacrifice t talk that it was too lae to hedge i So off came e heart until each I was clean shaven it was tbn that free tazor Was isnreitfcd OM man who had f hanpea ed his sword O aa excessively thin edge was this laven tor HUaory however does not per peuas bin Dame as I think some I body etoVi his patent at that time The ether warriors who were saw I Jaj their beard off wish hack saws saw the ECperiority of the sharp l sword and adojfred it JoogI18Jctchocolate cirmels from a blind Chinese baby The enemes of ET leptlc a8 i en the field their l waving 1Joi makluz a brilliant bowing which affected the defen ders of the fieWb7ave as tey wew to such an ereot that eyveral drop l ed a tear In memory of their own loot hirsute gloriea VICTORY A CINCH BIo the pnemy thought Epllt tics crowd was a bunch cf women not noting asy beards and they came on to the fight as if they were I going to an oyster roast Of course they received a Burprlse for Epilep i tics soldlra had only to grab their adversaries beards ard compile tbe slaughter The enemies hands Btrugbt in vain for somothinz to hold to but the holds were gone I Of court that revoluJonlzed J fighting and faahiora Th leader of the enemy seeing the remarkable foresight of his opponent ordered his men to shave In time to get into a fight with another tribe which was trying to force a loan on a small tribe and after Its victory over Its neighbor followed suit and Its sold I torn all wore helr faces smooth The custom spread until all warriors went smooth shaven and In I tlnv shaving came to be regarded as a mark of refinement and gentil ThLi war due of course to the IsfiIn Germany today any one that was ncr or would not or could not be a fighter or a soldier was received with little respect Thus you sea the custom has come don the ages until we modern people are slaves to It Few people Welt long flowing beards now and if they do It may be due to the Ham reason that Herodotua wore a full beard an he you know had a harelip and a retreating chin Baltimore Sun e hold and- LaUrippeQUICK S Medicine Guaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrippe in 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia in 30 minutes At druggist or by mall J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Evmtiikiii Descendents of Signers Robert U Low manager of the linking department of the Title Guarantee and Trust Companys Jamaica branch iirldea hlntwlf upon the fact that one of hla Torebcara was a signer of Ohe Declaration of Indo perndonce says the New York World fievwal days ago Alfred Cohen a wealthy young man of Jamalcawalk ed in o the Title Guarantee and Trwt Company office and found Mr Low srgnlng checks lie watched him a tow moments and then said Youre julre a slgnurarent you 1 ought ito be roilted Mr Low straightening up a bit one of my an cxttora was a signer of the Declara tion of Independence Huh rumaiked Cohen I auras you hav nt got much on me One of my nnocmiots signed the Ten Oon manidmeats Banks on Sure Thing Now Ill rover bo without Dr Klpga New Life P2U again writes A Schiiigieck C47 Elm St Buffalo N i They cuwd me of chronic conatfpa tlon when all diliera failed Une- quatedfor BUfouaheaa Jaundice lad gettUon licadadie Ohllto Malaria acd DebWlty 25c alt all druggUta m I HA8VEU1US 1 NElitiUNE- lectricity i Sent Through Coils Speeds Mtssfle Ho Boise Ho Smoke lid Very fM Mock Less EzfflMiveIf Tbaa Old Way Electricity Is playln a par ot verIncreasiBg portatcefe modern war fleets It Is the motifsspirt or the fire corCroI srstesa which has done fo nucb In rcot years to im prove the shooing of the Brltisl navy puns are iLancuvered by Iti agency and wlreleas telesrapby de pesds upon it It Is now more than likely hat we are within measurable dbstana of the electric gun As a matter ol fact u experimental weaponon a small scale has come through a terle of trials very successfully tar a writer In the London Mall If on a scale demanded bjr exist log conditions of naval warfare the gun should prove as effectve as Kt Inventor claims there is jx doubl that U has a marvelous future The gua itself Is of tbe simples con Bructioa U consists of a plain brass tube open at each end Over the cube a number of coils of copper wire are placed tbe wire being wound oa bobbins and the coils slipped on sperately with the end of VM bobbin One set of ends of hea a COngo of similar Olarltyare fast cried together and kd to a ewHch board where they are attached to a metallic brush The cfher ends are seperately led to the switchboard eac being fastened to adjacent pieces of contact metal Ijlrg flat oa the board In the circuit at a convealert iota Is the source of the electric current If the metallic brush be now rapidly drawn across the lace of the metallic segments Increasing dn speed as It goes the current is cpas through each of the successive coils at a corresponding increasing speed The shot which is of cast iron and fits easily into the tube 4s inwrted at the lower end It U at once dawn forward by the first coil then caught up by the second and en on advancing toward the muzzle at at everincreasing speed until It leaves tbe barrel and carts oa its deadly errand For heavy guns some slight modifications of the arrangements would have to bo made but It will be seen that the Idea L1 about as simple as could well be Imagined If once the weapon can be brought to the practical stage the advantage of Its adrptlon more especially foi coast defensewould be enormous In the tint place the cost Is absurdly small being almost entirely that ol the copper coils and the lottery ar rangements As to the working most It is efttlmatHl that a large battery of guns could be worked continuously for an hour at a cost of GO shillings 16 compared with the 28 pound 110 which it costs In powden alone to fire an ordinary 12Inch gun Then again lit Is well known that the ordinary wirewound gun used 4n the British service can stand only a limited number of rounds 70 or80 with full charges after whlchowlng to the wear caused by fricfUon the weapon has to be rented With the electric gun on the other hand it Is proved that the effect of the coILs Is to ktep the projectile quite central in the tube leavlrg a slight clearance all around and avoiding wear al together Wish regard to other important matters it has beta calculated that foj a givfia calltcr and wtdght of shot the actual flgutes taken being re spectively 17 centteietera and SO kilo gramsoho dotalls for the German 67 Inah gun tiring a shell of 132 pounds the electric gun will be ueagly60- per cent shorter will weigh l sby nearly 20 per cent and will discharge its iprojeotito with a velocity almost as high again as with the ordinary guts Another polat of te utmost Inrpor tanco In thete diys when gun men ufacture has reached suchIt stage as to take aoually thetbuildlngof Bhehiptd ch fis lb8l the electric gun of the heaviest cal= iber can tJO butU 1120 icoupleof months a1 tho outside There an other military advantages claimed however whlch are of the very greatest account The gunte quite Holseless there Is no flash and no smoke It woufU be absolutely Im possible for a ship to discover the pdbltton of a hddden barer of whose position It was ndt aware beforehand With regard to the actual fltdng and apart from its njolaeleas aid eve duacelacklcg character there la80 recoil whatever to be expected from the bearfent eie jte gas ae that U I ee M be abated is tkeiWMlleatakip WtX tougir of the vata3oing asters as iahatjltl fJJeI Oe ears sew wi eeBB of thetaslag gaafeoete at Posh Aloe fllac the rjeo le travels dotra theerof the tabs and is net is coBSactwIth Its sWeE there Ja BO frJetkathe barrel dos not yet hated and the gatt caa be ffced eosUBOoaely as long as the afflmusUioa supply holds off Wick sneak gene k is estimated that no Sewer than 3009 remade a salaam could be fired aad with the heavier guns the twelrelBch nearly 100 qual oflt1tiostOae of the most lmporfa t featurea claimed for the gun te ka capabflity of tarowtag projectiles cotlalng th most powerful explosives Oa aunt of the shock caused b the explosion of the charge onl leach expladves as lyddite can now be oed and these are oat much strong er than ordinary powder With the 011th3gently ad keeps on gradually and leaytsthelmuuJelocity quite quietly andwithout shoe At the same time the caliber of the gun can be increased to any size within reason Coupled Midi the us of dynamite this would enable the present coaly armorplercicg shells to be done away with for while tbe efficacy of those shells depends en Urely upon the ability of the shell to peisHrate the armor that disamite would expend its whole force along the line of greatest resistance agaias i the ships wide tearing it open and leaving tt to the mercy of the watscs t- It Is indeed UX cemtaia that aiaor would not be absolutely ufelets if tbe eleotric gun is all that is claimed for It To care redCoWl ia 24 bears lake Cold and LaftriI yUltfVO Medicine TA8IET511 i If vast intA lays wt Ittj tk sat tic U I J C MeadeBball Medae Ce Ermrffle in and get them post paid Guaranteed Emerson Amid the Stars Hitch your wagon to a star Oh tecderly the haugbty day Fills her blue urn with fire And striving to be man the worm Mounts through all the rplrts of form Go speed the stars of thought On to their shining goals The tower ecaSws broad his treed The wheat thou etrewtt be souls Teach me your mood 0 patient stars Who climb each night the UDcIoiJ sky paving on space DO shade no fears No trace of age no fear So die What central flowing forces eay Make up thy splendor matchless day Over head were the maple buds And over the tree was the mean And over the moon were the star studsThat from the angels jftoon The sun set but std not his hope Sars rose his faith was eanller up Fired on the enormous galaxy Deeper and older seemed Ills eyes And matchtd this suffefainoei sufbllmo The taciturnity of time A Monteagle and Sewanee Tenn Monteagle Bible School July 1525 1910 Monteagle Sunday School Insti tute July 28 August 15 1910 Datea of sale June 30 July 30 and August 12 1910 final reu September 5th 1910 Fare for round trip 700 7 J E WILLIAMS Agt Beaver Dam Ky HotJec The law parlrc ship heretofore ex- Isting between C M Barnett and C E Smithunder the firm name of Barnett Smith has been dissolv ed in so far as the practice of nal cases In all of the courts is co cerned since Mr Smith has beer elected to the office of County Attorney All Civil business will be con ducted by tho firm henceforth as 1 the past and the partnership for Iha- purpose will continue Mr Barnett will prMactlce criminal cases in all of the courts C M BARNETT 42t4 C E SMITH Army Manouevers Nashville Tennessee Juno IS and 26 1910 For above occa sion the Illinois Contra Rallcoad Co will give rate of 385 for round trip Tickets on Tale Jun 18th to 20th In clurlvey with final return limit June 28th 1910 7 JE WILLIAMS Agt Beaver Dam Ky Chl1drnCry FOR FLETC- HERSCATORIA I I Marble and Granite Monuments tlr StoneF Iwwfarnkbod THE WORKS Hartford Ky sss AA s ISy WRONG 1 y With our tit I Schools E I JOSEPH ROGERS = pA series of articles creating widespread comment from the = 4i and educators of Now running in tit 1 = LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE E pGET READ IT = ISpeclallates to Teachers tit tit i4 ADDRESS tit fi = Philadelphiab 4i lJI- I4i i5i i The Corpse Was Cold and Didnt Care If it Did JohnICaywoodppesaid to Dod3a John am here to get my halt of that money and thereby hangs a tale nlgtrwood and started home eight miles southwest of town at a rather late hour Their road ted by the Bethel cemetery which b oa a rather lena ted spot a few miles out of Gteiwood When they rode up to the burying ground they taw wagon and team landing near the fence and heard votes cf two mea coming from the- oiimeteny The farmers concealed themselves in the brush near the road to see what was going on ia the came Cerj Presertly the two men emcrs pd from the cemetery conveying a dead body which was placed ia the wagon asd covered with canvas Then tIlt went back into the yard Co fill the open grave While they were got Dodzon anal Caywood stole from the brush and carefully took the body from the wagon and laid It beside the fence in a dark corner wagry on can vns The graverobbers returned from their work and atanfed off toward Kirksville Cayiwood following Afte they had traveUd a mile they began to feel resulting from their labors end free perspiration and one of them drew a big black bottle and proposed drink The other took the bode and said Lets give the stiff a drink Dcdson elcw y rated his body and In a sepulchral voice accepted the iuvitatloa with be words Well dont care If do rnThis was rather too much for the grave openers who bolted leaving their team la the middle of the road CaywxKd soon aprived on tthe scen and It was agreed that Dodaon should take poa3 esalon of the wagon nod team moth he did alter the body had been carefully reburkd in the cemetery Dodson and Caymnod said nothing of the affair but decided they would hold tile Wagon and eam tar five years and sell ithe1 outfit claimnyoare was up a shoot time ago Cay wood was on the scone promptly and the wagon and team sold for 3JO twotvision Private Boarding Rooma and board first class for ono dollar per day for transients Horn phone 7226 MRS LEE DOWELL 840 Ave Louisville icy S There Ts more Catarrh la this sec tlo of th country fflian all other die ease put together and until ithllattt few years was supposed too Incur abe For a great many yeans dodVprs pronoupoea it a local local rt1DledleslaDkiby con HtatfUy falling boy cure with local treat menf pronounced If ntcurable Sclcacf has proves caSarrii Jjo We a ioon tttu ttoawi MlDMBt H U c Urrh Ourei I or buefieu145VefM s to the OMfMc JfwWe M tide asd fe BC botwt ily practi cal la 8M esaefee as to taew your regalrmeatkWe7ieaeTery 1 f1beat Gmette and Marble and fir rep r utetfoa ia galied oa jwt this class of goods Det as sfeoir jwa is tara and bents that it fa to yoWiteresti to buy ot U We eMr IffrJOU to any ot the part we as to our boaeaty aad rBapooribUlty in dealings h i THOMAS MOHUMEHTBL S Public By M press America IT Given I Lippincotts Magazine r I a ctiilled a I I would 3rd dlscareaudpro- 2crbed I manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only ctmstUutlon al cure on the market It is ken Int ruaJly in doses from 10 drop to a teaspoorOil It acts directly oa the ESemfor any case it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials ffIlOOoSold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pilb tor con stipatioa m U IRBANKS MORSLr Gasoline Engines Pumps water grinds teed shells corn c Works every day at a small cost to operate All sizes for all purposes Send for catalogue 802 Address FAIRBANKSNORSE CO Louisville Ky The Louisville Times FOR 1910 BRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER The regular price of THE LOUIS VILLE TIMES is 5 a year If you Iwillsend your order to us you can get The HARTfoRnRfRu LlCAN AND THE LOUISVILLETIME BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 450 The LoulsvllleTlmeslsthe- BestAf rnoon Paper Printed Anywhere Has the best crops of correspond enter Covers the Kentucky field per fectly Covcfs the general news field completely I Has the best and fullest markets reports Democratic m politics butsfaic to everybody Send Your Subscription PTo11 Times i- 1 i a anI yniJ fS 1 Ct 3 List t Claims Allowed by Ohi- oir CoaetyFiscal Court rAPRIL TERM 1910 it iY AJiII03On8ACom rto settle with Auditore + tt600A- d Jo D Rood Mhtchfne eo 200060Ashby 226fiV 460Addipgton 300iA17kbtase E same 600 Black Fronk almshouse comr31509 B iok T Hservl acs sheriff 35630 Black Birkhu d coat for jail coffins c 3600 rtBlrkheadE E comrffnaaclat report 1 2G00 Bur w J W CornTh vs R Johnson e 628 Bank of Hartford money loan Od Ohio county 261260 Bradley Gilbert C9 elegfom souls 1235 Black Ed team on road 300 Barrett Joe eame 975 Drown C H mme 450 B1 John Jr same 1200 Benntltt S T cal same 150 Boyd Shottan same 1tiO Barlard Lon same 600 k W N same 4riO 300BJirmn Co Mdse for jaf3L40 Carson Co Mdsv for Alms bhouse 10282 Oansony US Mdse tor Jail 315 Crowe w 1L team on road 300 Collins W IL Hauling 300 Cooper D N Team on road 150 eoanbs L H snme 600 OondLt Sherman same 300 IChlllD same 825- Camfieid G W same 300 CamptWld GV same 750 CaiDptlllldG W same 225 Clark Jerry same 150 Curry U B same 300 Ourftis Ed same 450 Curtis JR same 5251 Conrad W H traanb 300 Craig George same 1200 Clark Sylvester same t 150 ChamberUn B Sper diem 1500 Cook Mack mme 1600 Daniel J A work c OMo Co 75 f t Davis J H team on rend 375 Davis R N same 600 Davis L T same 300 Drake H T scams 450 Duvall Jas same 300 juke H O rme 300 Dawson J H same 225 Dawson L J mme 160- Elllctt C L rame 150 t JIl1 ry Elder sr same i p 300 Evans D L sam 450- Fordsvl1le PltWlng Mill Co far 4lumber 600- Faught Alva team on road 160 Funk J T same 450- Foomlster Chas same 300 Greer S J repairing bridge 250 Giant J W same 300 Hartford Republican printing 10105 HlUelrJgg J P team on road 600 Hines 1 W same 450 Hines S V same 1 300 Hines S W same 180 Hines S V same 150 Hoskins H L mme 225 Hatcher T M same 1GO Hale Ira same 300 Jolly Abb nails 210 Jewel Leslie same 376 Jackson F E same 150 Jackson J C per diem 1500 KeOwnJ GComr flnauolal report 2500 Koown Goo tam on rood 900 Kirk Jas A same 250 beach S W bat due as asses oor 1888 Lowe J T team on road 150 J Idles W CfQme 225 Coach J W same 160- Idndey C A same 300- Maattln R B penaltls on tuxes 1928nnd1909 15150 Miles J IL agent for Alney- I Ford paid on money borrowed 2500 tMiles J H agent for Alzey Ford money loaned Ohio Co 38365 Moore Johm T Trcttrsurer 2500 Montva John P Colbooks 10050 Moore Energy team on road 500 Maddox 31 R same 300 IJorgan E Iisame 2180 Miller C E same 3751 Mites J H per diem 9 1600- 2tlllep C V same I50q- Mldlclff W P services as jailer 14655- Nance R Ateam on mad 15Q- Olierchaln R L sam 750 Patton J L per ttimn 15OQ- Pntiton E twork on bridge 406 Porter H T team an toad 375 Porter W E sarno f 9 300 Porter J F same 750 P9ton It 1 me 150 Qulsenberly RW same 225 Qulsonberry Albert Barre O- OitlleyDr A B1 Coroner 600 I Renfrow F Dynainhe 4A0 Iwo Morton nails 150 Roman 0 C team onr 600 100nuRowe Elsworth work on bridge 100- Rowe FIn4s team on road 225 Rtnlnow John C same t 1f102 r Bu wN OW GR 1 hof 300- kf t Arq 0 A Jjj 9 A big bowl o- fQuaker bats is the bestdish youi can serve Deliciousandnourishing Good for X11 ages and a11 conditxons Economical and- strengthcning Regular IOCIIlck rea and bermetfailr- t sealed nos for hot 58 Stewart J H pauper Coffin 500- Soott O E per diem 1500 Sanders T same 1 160 Spoors J W team on road 65 SmIth Norman same 750 Smith Polly same r 450 Smith Chas same H 150 Stratton W D same 2695 smith J W lme 160- Smdth J V amo 150 Smith J lumber 935 Striwart R A team on toad 675 TLrisley W S per dlpin 1509- Tlnaley W S services na C O CC 15376 TinSley W S book typewriter 19775 Taylor W B moneY loaned Ohio county j 100000 Taylor R E team on road 4M Taylor J F same 450 Taylor R Fp same 600 Tirogden L L sane 450 Tucker T H same 300 Taylor R L Sr same 300 Tucker H F same 300 Wallace D F dynamite 200 Williams Moseley lumber 5616- Westerfield J M team on road 300 WhaUn F M same 150- Wlgglnton Eo same 450 W1ggInton H S wine 1GO Wlgginton Clarence 150 Veaterfleld J C same 525 WltLlamlJ J C 4 coffins fort Iupoers 2100 Young j Cteam on road 150- I Ws Tinsley Clerk Ohio County Court do certify that the above is a true and complete list of an claims allowed by the Fiscal Court at the regular April term 1910 W S TINSLEY C O C C By C O Hunter D C MAY TEItlI 1910 Allen C Y viewer 3 days 300- Addingtz ny H P team oiy road 150 Black T H rees R I B mad case 725 Barnett Smith taxed qttor- ne fee R I B c 250 Drown S T team on road 600 Drown Q D same 225 Bullock John same 150 Brooks J T same 150 Bennett Rev R D religious serviceb almshouse 1500 Barnett C 3l services Comr- Plkq H 0 road 6000 Crowe C M N R AUy fee R r B c 250 Caseber W Avlewer 3 days 300 ContIn ntal Plg Co Printing D n No 37 400 Coy D ML team on road 300 Chamberlin n S Esq Per diem 600 Cook Mack Esq Mime 600 Davison Anderson tEam on road 1650 Edge Mike same 300 Edge P L same 300 Gray Walter same 150 Mines RelKcca Roadbed R I B c 2000 Iglehear II M work on road 2GO Jackson J C Esq gter diem 600 Jackson Roht viewer 3 days 300 Martin R D Ex S O C Fees- R J H road case e 275 Maddox Hlse team on rood 150- Buffett Willie Ume 150 Mlles J H Esq per diem 600 Miles C V Esq same 600 Patton J L same 600- Reneelland Ashby pauper coffin 500 fiat B W team on rood 75 Rowan G C same 450 Stevens E P roadbed c R I B c 2500 Scott O E Esq per diem 600 Sanders Thos Esq owe 600 Sheffield W L team on rood 225 StenrJIUln J M same 150 Shreve Joshua eame 600 Shrove J A same 300 Sanders Wavy same 22 Tinsley W S Clerk per in 600 mnsley W S Clerk foes R J B c road io 3060- Tinsley w S use and benefit wttneeslees It J B c road 1800 Tlmsley W S use and olIJJOftt jury fees R J B c rood 6Q0 Taylor J A deceased Adminis t tore roadbed 1000- Tlohenor Ed team on read 22- QTnslet WoS Clerk fee for erlccsn 9 2p22- WdUlJIms Eaton team on road 150 Westerfield C D sane 3 7- 5wde J W Mani 800 J W S Tinsley Clerk of th4 Ohio countycount do hereby terttfy that t le a true and compete t J N list df the claims allowed a t the May 1910 term of the Ohlo county Ffccal Court W S TINSLEY Clerk Ends Winters Troubtes- ro many winder 1g a seaban of trou bee ThiS frost bhtela tees nw fin gers chapped handSS and lima chin blains cold sores led and rough skins prove this But weIt troubles fly bet fore BucklooI Arnica Salve A rrfal convinces GrealtSt healer of Burns Boils Pilcs Cuts SorEs Eczema and SprainOnly 25c at aU druggists Points on Asparagus Prof Watts says thaJ the WUkesBarro miarkl2 d nand green Axgcuagus and there is In the langor cities a growing demand for it The While Columbian Asparagus Is nice end pretty but a poor grower ai far as I hhve observed though J have never growm it myself In fihe Baltimore markets the wild Asparagus which the collectors merely snap oft bygiard and thus get aU Itendvr is popuwr hough seldom much larger than a goosequill and people are getting to want tender green Atgnrngus rafh r Ulan thaI with green t1gxs and tough white base Ini my new garden next sprlrg I expect to sow seed of the Palmetto Asparugus as the mot promlsicig of the varieties on Oho maTkt though I stUi think that Asparagus Is snare a mat er of feed than of breed Ir Shrers experience Iwbh Asparagus is similar to that of othels As I have raid J have never grown the Columbian White but have seen it In other handS nod naturally a plant so claw to make green chorophyll cannot be expected to grow like plants with plenty of green It Is an albino among plants Conovers Colossal I planted to the eXtent of 300 worth of roots when it was first Introduced and it neverlrro ved coilessal with me until after n longer gdth and manuring than other sorts I think that Mr Shlrer will find It Increasing ita size ns I gets older I shall not blame him for tearing out the Columbian but he had heteer wait awhile with the Con overCor In Market Growers Journal l Wants to Help Some One For thirty yeasts J F Boyer of Fer tile Mo needed help a d oulcJlJt rInd tit Thats wIlY he wan 8 to help same one now Suffering so long him 2he feels for all distress from Backache Nervousness Loss ot Appetite Lasrltudv and Kidney duouers He showS that Electric BItters work wonders for such troubles Five bet- ties he writes wholly curd me and now I am welt and hearty Its also positively guaranteed for Liver Troubles Dyspepsia Blood Disorders Female Complaints and Malaria TI- them 50c at all druggists 1Il iSunday School of the South Tena June 21 July 211910 Tickets on sale June 1920212526 July 2910 and 16 1910 Final rturn Unit fifteen days from date ot sale Extension of final limit to September 30th 1910 may le secured by de- paslting ticket speohal agemtand payment of fee of 100 at time or- dOISI Fare for round trip 955 7 j E WILLIAMS Age Beaver Dam Ky QUICKSMCOUGH NE Quickest and best for coughs GULRAMTEED Sold by druggists Made by J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Evansville laiL- I An Inventive Genius Nlkola Tesin the man who alarcCSs- cd Niagara was talking to an Inter viewer about inventors The tJuOO ssful Inventor said Mr Tesla smlUl1g has nn odd qUlbt mind a mind full of surprises Thus Smethurst I am convinced waS an Inventor at heart though circum- sarncos had made a grocer or him Smethurst during his semklz iloll day was seen upon the board walk wtth a large bortle undatr his arm- ISmvhumt said an acquantnllO what have you gat In th1lt bottle that I lee you carrying about with you day and night7- Chloroform said Smethurst What the deuce aTC you doing with chloroform here on the board walk That big dub of a Jones said Smethurst has thrElatcned to give me a sound throshing the tLrUt Itimo- ho meets me and as soon us I see Mm coming Im goftg JW take a good dose I doni propose to suffer If I can help it Building Contracting It you are going to build a new house or repair the old one I would like to make you prdceson the cost ot the labor and can furnish the material Ifdeslrod Will wockk in the country also Good refervnccss nw WAKELAt3D o Builder Contr7etorHarttard Ky An Alarming Admission Frci the u nndrpolIlt otlt11l3ch ch tttoadmix fon of n SundaysrhOO1 worker lit the big conVUltUon In Var that 76 per coal of the bo who go through tfto Sunday school roapre Into religious IndiItere- atvljloa wt least fall to identify them selvos tvial orgauezedl religion tsyure- ly one to cause alarm and to give- occnaon for same ter ous thought ii1might be taken as tho extreme apimloa of a dlscaunrged individual did tint the dispatch la which the tnttomcnt was quoted go on to say that most oftlio delegatteti present agreed in the accuracy of the estimates s not for us to suggest reasons fortMs mil1Ueot failure of a grelt reLIgious tnsrumentultty to do the work for which It was tohbllshed That task we must leave to tho speedahis s In spil1tual diagnosis Com tag however upon the remark of the Mayor of Milwaukee that the boys and girls Were going to prodltlon while t11e preachers fought for dogma our lay mint wonders whether Mr Soldel mOl not have been striking nearerthe truth than some tttnk The flrure of the situation that appeals to the man of secular pursuits Is the tremendous waste in raw material for a machlno as well equipped and directed as the modern Sunday school Any manufacturing untesiprise that realized only 26 her cent of the material used In Its process would speedily go Into bankruptcy or slsc there would e a big overhauling or plant and working forces to discover the cause uf the leakage The latter seems to be the ned Iff the problem hue been tulrly put by the ouhpoken delegate TIle consequences to the church cannot be other than disastrous In coming geileaattons- it this pnlportion of failures Is maintained Every religious worker rocog n1zes that fact that once a boy grows beyond the age of adclesoeneo without beirg brought Into vital relartion- wlth tile church the chance of winning him becomes lessened by every year of lire TIle energy now l1Ut hi tot hoSunday school will have to be mulitJl1l1td a hundredfold to reguln those who escape from is influences lackolnlg permanent impulsion It seems to us It we may venture ant opinion that the problem of the derelict SunooYECllOol boy is Thtly snort LnllJOlotnl1t to the church Unlit toot of ho elect Infant over whllcl1 a denominational assQmbly Is now vextng i self Loulsvilid lIerahl CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signataro of In Loving R embranceI Of Mary Annie Jewel liliams The death liDgrol visited the home or Layton WlIIam Friday Macy 20th nt two oclock p m and took their little daughter Jewel to the land of eternal bliss where pain and sorrow are unknown Jewel was seven years nlne months and one day of age lit ache tln1P or her death Her deer h was caused by- dtplheria She was loved by every ono in the circle where site mingled to kow her was to love her She was of a rweot and ofunny dtsposttisn Weep nut dear In rents or this pre cloths one gone before but so live when thy summons comics last you may meet mud greet leer Whelp she I riW wlIlttlng and heckonlng you to come We knew that our hWaies wear the deegwst shade of distress hut our loss I Heavens gain We loved tier 385 we loved her Del Jcsua loved liar more And lie hus s+veatly eareel herb yonder shining shorn Te golden gates wore opened A gentle voice said como Wjth farowclll uflspoken She calmly entered Home A vreclous one from us has gone A vaioe wo loved Is stilled A place Is vacant in our homes Which never can be filled Gad In IDs wisdom has neoalb d Tltoboon His love had glveu And 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day rocnved- yECOND SAND lJICYCLES We do not rertularly handle second hand bicycles bat uualltr have a number on hand taken In trade by our retail stores 7 hee we dear oul at ranclll lrom 83 811 or 810 lill mailed Iree redCOATERRRAKES 180AThe titular rrlili Irk op these urea is SjJJ derpair bullo introduce we willI ttllyuuamwptrpai rlorJLSDrah will orderllt U- NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES- NAILS Tacks or Otau will not let the- Ir out Stety thousand pair IIOld last year- Over two kundred thouSAnd pairs now In use andeasyri togverydurableandlinedinsidewith a special unity of rubber which never becomea treadglhealrtoesrim itstripaponceortwlceJna whole aeaaon Theywel antopaventrim outting Thin otherbyn101N0tdvertlsinQpurposeawearemakingapectat the rider of only +8o per same c O D on approval You do not pay a cent until yoU have examined and found them strictly represented I We allow a sash dlaeount of s per cent thereby making the price 455 pu pair If you send FULL CASU WITIt OUDEn enclose this advertisement You run no risk In- I aendlng us an order u the lirese iay be returned at oun expense If for any reason they are I not ulisfactory on examination We are perfect reliable and money sent to us as as a bank you order a pair of these tires you will Sod that they Will ride ruler run faster wear better look finer than sue tire you have ever used or seen at any price We know that you will so well pleased that when you want a bicycle will give us your order We want OU to seed us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire otter ofIFthe s r1 Introductory price quoted above or write for our big Tire and Sundry Catalogue which dc8crlbea and quotes all makes and kinds 0 tires at about ha f the but write us a postal today vn NOT TUJN1OF BUYING a bicycle DO NOT WART ortpair of tires from anyone know the new and wonderful offers we are making It only costs a paten to learn everything Write It SOW- i J L MEAT CYCLE COMPANY CMICACO ILL t Y Hartford Republican Eatere4accordlagto law at the Poetofa- iHarttord1y al man matter off the eeco- oaew C M BARNETT EDITOR rZzpaOZJ-O lan440aouh 31132FRIDAY JUNE 3 Senator McCreary Bards Is wllfl log Not all the ntgIs done In the country Dr Cook occasionally gets Ills name In print but what has become ot Mr peary The State Baird of Equalization WIIS Instituted 4o equalize and not pro duce revenue by raising taxes Wonder what the Louisville Law and Order Club was doing when little Alma Kellner was so foully murdered Over In ililnols people sean the headlines In the mornlg papers to see who has made the latest con fosslonJohn Whalen of Lou U1e is go- Ing to atempt to make It John Whit- pen ot Kentucky next year Will the people stand for It OUr Democratic friends are likely to have some trouble of their own when theyy attempt to name a Stat ticket and promulgate a platforn next year The Mayor ot Milwaukee has ben nominated for United States Senator for the abol- Ishment on a platform declaring ot the United States Senate Wonder It Milwaukee Is already weary ot her new Mayor It seems a lItOe ironical that the most revolting crime In all the his tory of the South should bare Ibee- ncommlttlll In LouIsville the Runic of the State Law and Ordj LeaSlte and eo far no effort has been made upon the part of tha organizatlor to aid In anyway to bring the gulllY to ustIce- iVe have learned ot ninny pleasing Compliments which were paid Hart lord by her visitors from Madisonville and other points on the now railroad lass week It can ho said also that Hartford was welt pleased with her visItors No finer body ot people eve cane to our town than tho e who composed the Madisonville Get Ac qualnted special crowd and they will always find the latch strIng on the outlle when they tome buck to IlartfoctLThe or The remains vi Alma Kellntr and dlscosureti which make certain the tact that the little- FlrlJnvas assaulted and murdered In tiro mart brutal and horrid manner may well cause the people la this enllghteted age to pauso and urn Elder whether or not somethingmnay be wrong with our sootal condlUons and whether or not there Is a defier- ency In the nachimry titian which wI reply for the ulresslon and provett Con ot crime The city ot Loulsvilk has boon In the habit ot Iwintingtc her citlzenleh111 us the embodiment of the lest and most law abiding lit Ken uck suitable for an example to the rural districts Her newspaper have gone out of their way to en large upolr and ofUmS mngnify Amos eomtnltted during the tolY1CCO troubles in various counties In Kentucky and a few years ago even well to the ex1toat ot organizing themsel vas Into an assoctattcir wblch lead foi its pUlpOSO the suprck lon of crimes more esircially cJnnECled with tile tobacco trouhles Developments made In the lost tw days In oonnectln with till Kellner murder ndlcate that not only has this organization utteiil- falled ot homo to aid In the supres Ion of crime but ha3 suffered the cUr of Loulsvullo to be placed In the hands of npolice force and would bedetectives who according to one dally lptr of that city have die played unusual lack ot ability In theh efforts to ferret out this crime and It may be said in this connection ant It is doubtless trio marryi otho Climes committed In the metropolis taf out ate All of this as we ball jn the outrt t may enure us to ask the queationwhether our machinery whk11 has been inaugurated tot inoteetlor to outwolves and fe4lowmen may not need a rehaulhng from its very deptlus THE SCANDAL MONGER Recently a jury ut Paducah awanleei a young woman sciuol teacher s- 32G00 verdict agaIot another woman for 4ctamaUon ot character In this instance the slander was restored to la order to detent a worthy young xpnran In her nsplmtions for a pool Mon as school teacher It seems J- DO incredible that anyone could so low and lt Indicates a de prsritr of moral a ansbmtks almae beyond comprehensIon It 1s11ad enough to attempt by any taleane to defeat a Wprhy young girl In her asp- lrat1ons to do the bESt lsho ct11lfor herel0n life when thrown upon her own re2ourccs without l1gher for ute with falsehaod which remec t upon her character and ss taT asa young woman Is concerned is almost as bad as murdering mar outright This species of character murder Is not unknown In Hartford Qed Ohio county It 4s mot always oonllned to charges against wOmen and nalw- ays indulged hr by the women alone but IJr men as well Otttlml3 without a tJllrtce ot evidence to back It up- b mere rumor suggestion wink o- nod of the head Is needed to do service dn blackening the name ol- tomeollJ who has spent a lItetime- In building that character and against whom it required to produce the I evidence in black end white no QC cushion whatever could be susxained A few veidlcts in Hartford running up Into the thousands for just such Idle stander which doubtless Is merely intended to be gossip but is nev eJ1heless slantler would have n so Ler effect upon rom people along this line Dolliver Then Dolliver Now How perfectlyy akin Dlnslerism and Llncolnism Of when examined In the sun light ot hlstorylCongress man Jonathan P Dolliver in II spiXCh delivered on the floor ot the NaI ional Home March 27 1897Con grosional Record Yoloi5 page 174 Thus the Dolliver ot thirteen years ago Then LlncolnlsD1 and DlngleyJsm were with him synonpmious teams Doth Lincoln and Dingley were stal wart unOOmlJrOOllsln Pro ctlonf8ts and Dolllver admired them without limit Dingleytsm found full expression In the Dingle Tariff law which Dolliver helped to frame and liar He was proud of the law proud of the splendid prosperity which It brought to the country After twelve years of Dingle ptos- irrity we find a changed Dolliver low he 4ggopiGCes Dlnglels111 It is no longer akin to Llncolntrsn n Is pow a batetul shameful thinG the Dlngleyf11 and llolllver dlsvowS and spurns It He publicly avowed In the Senato last YEar that he was ashant- d of the Dingle Tariff and tired of- allOloglzlng for it Other days then views having sot it wrong when he was unable to obtain the ComIdeath Dolliver has been golnO wrong ever since until today Ills attitude virtualy is that Dingleylsan so rom being akin to Lineolnism farI win brother to greed graft and tortlon Insurgency plays queer bniCk- saih J the human brain swiase + r Tariff Rest 1f Tashi Agiation President T While eXIresslng the belief fiat the exisIngrarlff law Is the best ever passed yet helps to ad vance Triff agitation by seeking to get a large appropriation teor he Tar iff board with a view ot preparing for another Tariff hill The chance ot his success In that work Is problematical but If Senate lime Is cafe prophet no such provision will pass the Senate at this sesslon of Congress Senator Hale says that the Tariff law will vindicate Itself In due course and that the country is entitled to a rest The Republicans In both lnan cites ot Congress with some insurgent exceptions hold the samo view The one valid objection to tio existing law Is that It has promoted the im- portatlon ot foreign goads to too large an extent Thus for the month ot March the Inlllorts aggregated In va- iu9 162056076 while the exports won only 1437004G3 The exports wore less than the imports also In February For the nine months oooing with Starch Partly under tho old law the excess ot xllOrs was 1GBG73237 as compared with an excess or more Ulan twice that amount for the correspond Ing Hmo ending March last year and three times that amount for the eor responding time ending with March 1907 With an adverse balance ot trade against the county ot nearly 20000 I 000 a month as In March the advooca tea of a lower Tariff ought to be satisfied though many of them seem tobe taking the Democratic position I ot favoring an unnihilation ot j19 Tariff so far as lip Protective elements are concerned Across the Firing Line In a recent Frankfort letter to his home paper at Greenville Prot Z O King tints n boom for our townsman Col C AL Darnott as a candidate for the next Republican nomination for Governor The Republicans of Ken tueky would honor their membership by placing Editor Barnett in nomina tion for this office When it comes to a chotae among Republicans for the sacrifice as all must knoW it will be whoever is chosen we are for the home product against the teldHartford Hetald tta H 0 GUY BRiWN i WAS MUK tIED JiO Stoned to Death In NetRivet D While Attempting Escape As Prisoner f i 1 In The Republican of last seek was given II short account ot Guy Brown son ot Mrs Sarah Drown EynnsvUle lad formerly ot Ohio county drowned In the river at Hinton V- iVa Guy was a nephew of John and Daniel King and Mrs Emma Hudson Hartford Fridays Eansv1 lej CourIer ontalns the following details ot tllo- lffalr Guy Drown the Evansville boy who was drowned at Hinton W yn was stoned to death according to letter received by Mrs Drown yesterda frtm several ot the citizens cit tllat place and she starts to Hinton It mid night tonight to prosecute the slayer 8 of her son Guy Drown anal George Hoffman both ot Evansville attempted to es cape from n chain gang that were working on a rock pile on the banks ot Now river The two boys plunge Into the river in their break for lib arty The letters received by Mrs Drown from eyewitnesses to the tragedy say that the overseers ot tht chain gang ordered tile other convlcU to stone the boys In We river The letters say that Drown was stoned to death and did not drown Tune body has not been recovered but- a crew of men are at work dredging the rIver In hopes of finding the Iliad- boy When the body is found the evidence will rest on whether there are marks of the stones or not mud such as to cause death IiofGuun and Drown were with the Schemet Zouaves in the Norris and Rowe circus The circus went to the wall at CIncinnati and the two boys were beating their way to Baltimore Md At Hutton they camped for the night under II cliff on the property of- the C and 0 railroad They were trrested for trespassing and sentenced in sixty daa to the worktiouro Tyne lard work was breaking Brown down and the two companions conspired to make a break for liberty Mrs Drownls going to Hinton to night to prosecute the lleople Instrumental In the death of her song The citizens ot Hinton wrote to Mayor helpIindeavors to prosecute the guilty per roDS Ellis Coleman MarrIed The CourlrJourIal of last Thurs day contained the following concern Ing II former resident ot Hartford and OhIo county Ellis M Colenamt president of the Louisville Home Telephone Company and Mrs Belle Giles widow of H D Otles II former wealthy tobacco merchant ot Port Royal ly were married Monday night The weddIng ceremony was performed by the Rev Dr Dow at Mr Colemans home nt Pewee Valley Friends ot the bride and groom were not informed of the marriage until after it took place BOILER FOR SALES Fortyhorse power in good condition will sell cheap HOOKER WILLIAMS 44t4 Mgr Hartford Ice Co School Notes The Board ot Education mot In the office ot the County Superintendent May 18 oral 19 Those lncsent were Superintendent Henry lettch 1 D- 1ichonor J B Dodson Thomas Mc- Qtrady Richard Plunger J l Brown E C Hartr01 1IIt was ordel1e that subdistTlct No- 1J2bo consolidated with sulHlldr1ct NO 4 instead ot subdistrict No 11 and subdlstrict Ne 13 consolidated with subdlttrlct No 11 inutoead pt sub dtsVrict No 14 all ill rducntlon al division No1- Jt was ordered that EP Rogers Marion Maddox Eldridge Brown nobt- Yooman Felix Loyd William Grow barger George Thomas R D Spencer EsUl Butler Will Blackburn be tmnsferred from Elmwood inlbdls- trlcL No 17 educational division No Ii ho tile McHenry graded school district to have free school privileges- for the scbolartlo year It was ordered that subdistrll No 8 and 7 educational division No 2 be consolidated It was ordered that subdlsttJcL No 17 and 12 of educational dlvlsOlli No 2 be constlldatEd It was ordered that Henry Driver be translernctl from subdlstrlct 10 to subdlWict No 22 educational division No3 U was ordered that the Frank Smith farm on which Edward Stone now lives betrtlnsltcrrW trom sub district No 22 too ub1ll2t1lct15o Ot 4 W tlqnal divl61olr IJA 3 It qasondereythatthe Bendecbo- psubdistrict 02 becousolldated wl Brown tlubdtettlotNt 12 educa- tJonal division NO G Jtwa oaderr d that Oathnam sub district No 15 be consolidated With the tLower Point subd1ltrlct N it educationul divisibn No 6 It was ordered that Mrs Vioorl- Mazitln be trantzfetl1ed from sub ts- trlctNo 20 educational dlv1ncI1 No 1 to subdistrict No 1 educatiom division No3- It was ordort that tle lItUturd Herald be allowed 270 for the Coat- I ty Boards poopcatlonal pant ot lle advertising ot the County 1I1gh School Jl was ordoreid that L D Trchenc be directed to let the contract for the building of a school houoe at Crown subdLstrlct No3 ctlucaUor al division No1 on June 7th ot 1 oclock p m It was seemed that E C Iiartfor- be direced to lEt the contract tor the building ot II school houso in the Jot school dlclaict No 11 ei- ucmhional division No2 It Was ordered that J D Dodso11 bo directed to let the contract tor the building u II school house i- Jingo subdtstnlctNo 10 education at division No3 an June 8h at 1- I oclock p m It was ordered that Thomas Mc Quady be directed to let the connet for the building ot a school hour at FoUnt Springs subdistrict No 15 educational dlvlaon No4 Juno 8t- hntl oclock p nt It was Ordered that Richard Plum conltrtJctt dI10 oclock a m It was ordered that J L Drown be directed to let the contract tor the building of a school tisouso ai Vine Grove subdLstrlct No I educa tonal division No G June 3 at 1 oclock p m HENRY LEACH Supt Fine Land for Sale We have 4GO acres of tine bottom twoIi1inlJeT Alsp about 76 acres of upland beionging tQ thtl SJimt trout Terms easy Apply Cot onto to Dar uortt Smith HartJorld Ky tt RENDER May 31Simon Stephens was In Central City on legal business last Wednesday Miss KatherIne Dears wits In Deaer Dam last Thursday Lllrs Corfu Tate of RockvOTt was here last Thursday Dr H B Jnnes was In Hartford Friday on legal business W T Ingram went to Central City Friday r t Simon Jonas was in Bobble Saturday Mr and Agra Jns FadenS 111Id1r and Mrs Frank Hooker and Mr and Mrs Hubert Clark went to Simmons Saturday Finley Nimmo of Rosine and Ed Hughes or Central City were here Sunday Mr and Mrs Ftl Beck went to Horton Sunday I C Harvey spent Sunday inLeltch field Frank Jones went to Roslnoa yester dayeMiss Ethel Roblmon went to Sim mons yesterday tidiss Jessie Shull went to Beaver Dam yesterday F E Harris Is on the sick list at tints writing airs Jane Gwynn is on the sick list Mrs Dr H B limes and daughter Miss Gladys returned home today from Dawson Springs where they had beets tor the past week lhilleys comet Is now aU the go A- Notice V I will buy scrapIron and junk of aU kinds at any time W E Ellis The Produce Man Concrete I Work Concrete work bf all kinds laid by experienced workmen Anything in concrete from an ordinary pavement to concrete residence Estimates furnished free All work guaranteed J L ILEY CONTR CTO- RHartford Ky y Linj d P oi 1 + f 1 1ir n3 f fl SWMMER NECESSITIES r lCan easily be supplied at this i store Ample provisions hare been made to satisfy the most exactIng tWe want you to see our assort ment of Mens Underwear short sleeve coat undershirts and knee length drawers at 5Qc ment in regular gauzePoras knit or crossbarred Nainsook Elastic seam drawers in both regular lengths and knee lengths at per garment 50c Mens anti Boys Belts in J1r Black Tans Grays and Browns at each 25c 50c 75c and 100 See our toungeless Belts Neckwear and Half Hose in all the new shades and combinations I May we show you through argyles Bros- 1Darn L ley- i1 n jIlI 1 J d SPECIAL iSALEBEST 125 Silk on I Sale at 85e 50e 75c Silk on Sale at 40ci We invite yOU in to investigate our line v- n KOSENBLATT S The Stare That Satisfies to 1 Hartford I K + j J 3 l 1 4iJ s raTrn k j uu IOur Mens Department if see our ed be f Go 1 1111 n l sCen tral Rail road TI me 4TableAt BeaVOr Ky North Boned 80nlI Bound No 121dnu11S6ain No iliieu20I m No nth due 248 p m o102dite24s p tn No 181dae805pin Have it Advertised If you have and Its good and a Drug Store article we have it We dont sell a thing simply Its being advertised We must know first that It has merit and that the tells the truth You can trust our judgement In these matters or It you see It advertised and want to look Into It some to us Every truly meritorious article that a Drug Store should keep is In our stock that and when you wantJ anything In our line come to see us Your Friends Drug Co ItInoorporllited s DONT CARELESS- I ABOUT WHAT EAi You are either going tb the eight or the wrong grocer shop r for you to decide riot us J f But dont be satisfied with goodS only partly right Jbecauso thats be lug areless about what you eat And nothing pays igger dividends than pure groceries t Ville feW thlngg waste dt faster tttIu n the other kind Consider this I i uw IwvllaUn boa try th16 economy of OUT eatables aye promise you Pleaa lug serVice and the best that your money can buy in groceries today tomorrow aw always rY itILERS fOItDKY GROCERY t i v ltf Z tia LF We are especially anxious for every man in this vacinityto visit us know us and see for themselves well we are prepared to take care of them in our Mens ing Department Our styles in Mens Suits are as up= to= date as you will find in any large city Our prices are much lower We will feel highly honored you will call and exclusive line of Mens Oxfords Shirts Ties Hosiery Hats Underwear Fancy Vests in fact anything for men that you will find in any high class store will found at ko18fdne3l15aan You Seen however because advertisement gRem6Jlber Hartford BE YOU iirhats abourteoUs how Furnish Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 3 M H E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Trains pass Hartford at the follow Ing times NORTH BOUND 112703 a m Passenger Dally 114310 p m Mixed Dally except SundaySOUTH BOUND 116900 a m MIxed Dally except Sunday 113207 p m Passenger Dally A new lot of Ladles Skirts just In at Carton Cos Try the W L Douglas Shoes Sold by carson Co- Mm J H Williams city is visiting relatives oat Owensboro A fine assortment ot readymade Waists at Carson Cos W H Moore Son have large Jumbo Pickles for sale at one cent each We are still well stocked on Mens Youths and Chlldren Clothing Carson Co Dr F A Carson ot Corbln Ky wa8 the guest of relatives In town several days this Week Messrs Ruymer Tinsley and Doug las Felix are home for vacation from the Kentucky State Undverslty at Lexington Mrs B W Stweart Select was the guest of her daughters Mesdames R E Duke and J W OBaitnon fiom Friday until Sunday Mr Amos R Carson traveling salesman for the Kentucky O1dlIIng Co Louisville ts spending a few days here with relatives PrQt B C Oihson pninoipal ot the County High School at Whltesvife- Dalless county visited the falmlly of Dr W 4lexander this week We have a beauutul line ot decorative and wedding plantS A poet card from you will bring a price list Tap scott Florist Owenboro Ky Leave your Laundry at Cleve pers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Yadisonvllle Steam undrrY Madfeopvlile Ice itindryrCoDipnT Ieeorporated U Hartford j11Il Co has lots of Good I Ear Corn and Oats to sell Mr and Mrs CP Keown are visit lag relatives In Fordsvllle It you are thinkdog ot buying a Stove or Range see U S Carson The Globe Stove Coos Stoves and Ranges are for sale by U S Carson Just received R fine assortment of Ladles and Misses Oxfords Carson Co Buy your Groceries and Hardware trmo us and save money Hartford Grocery CoiOur Town Talk Flour at 600 pr barrel has got em guessing Hartford Grocery Co lira J S Glenn attended the fU neral ot Mrs A Duncan at Greenville Tuesday- Call Tapscott the Florist Owens boro Ky for cut flowers for nil occasions Ctimberrlaln phony 461 Mrs E E Blrkhead and baby have boon the guess of relatives In Owens lnora for the past several days 3Ir Long ML Render wife and baby Louisville visited Jh Renders par ents Mr and Mrr W B Render last Sunday Messrs J B Wilson Rayaner Tins ley and Martin Thomas have been In Rockport several days doing some surveying Lr Oscar Allen Cromwell pald our office a ploaslnt visit WednOday while here ntoendlng the nlCCotIng ot the Oltfo coutlty Medical Society Childrens day will be CIUed at the Methodist church next Sunday morning and the lastXIr will preach In the evening at the usual hour essrs C E Smith Wayne Griffin Judge R R Wedding and Dr J T Iiardin compose a fishing party which left fOr Grassy Creek W day We never were better prepared to tIt you up In dress goods ot all kinds Woolens Organdies White Goods Silks Maxlnes and all ot the things to be had CArson Co Mrs W p Render and little granddaughter Martha Mary Smith Mlatai zas were the guests of the hatters father Mr C E Smith city rem Frldw until Monday Mr T J Morton and family Is land Ky arrived In Hartford Sunday to viit Mr Mortons nidlier sad other relatives Mr Morton rt urn in home Monday ntternnnIMr Wallace Shownof the Xocreek neighborhood and Miss Ora Burton daughter of Mr and Mrs Cicero Bur ton eloped to illlnois last Monday and were married They returned her TuesdayThe oka Club Is growing very nicely and tonight will be a busy time with them Four candidates are to be given the flit degree and one IIIppUcation for membership is to be consideredThe Baptist church this week closed a deal for nw pews which will corn G7 They are of the very latest pattern ant we are Informed will he n credit to the church and town Leave your laundry with Lyons Duke Hartford Grocery Company for the Richmond Steam Laundry RIchmond Indiana This laundry always gives satisfaction Prompt de livery Satisfaction guaranteed 2Stf- Mr Jeff Water onhaspurchased hUs11Inegsgeared to do work In this line In he best and cheapest manner possible Located at the old stand east ecr ner of Dr Beans Opera House Give him a trial Mrs D A Addington left Wednesday morning for a visit with rela ItrdlanalSheDowell Fogle who attended the dediIcation ot the new capitol and ed the commencement exercises at1- Q rg Dr townIM E Church South HadinsburgIpreached at the Harttord last Sunday evening to large and appreciative audiences I Dr Mather Is a pulpit ora tor ot rare ability and his sermons were very favorably commented upon by our people At the Baptist church next Sunday at 11 oeock a m the pastors sub ject will be The Duty of the Member The covenant will be rend ant com mented upon and things said that ev ery member ought to hear The night theme will ho We Should See Jesus The pastor Will preach at Concord Iaptl Church at 230 oclocl and Sunday at the same hour Mir J pForc1n Mckinney of Deaver Dam traveling salesman for the Streng Thalhelmer Shoe Goof Louisville and Mrs Allie Neal ot Morgantown were marrIed Wednesday at the residence of Mr W E Brown Logansport Ky Rev Royster ot Morgantown officiating The hap py couple are new at hOme to their many friends at the residence ot Mr H B Taylor Beaver Dam + 1 firs Robt Forres er Is qulte Ill at her home on Clay Stree- tMrFrank Foreman will start for- Annpttis Md today where ho wHI- r his studies afn the Naval AeadamyMM E Thomas Morgantown Is the guest ot her liOns Messrs J A Illd 1 W Thomas She will Tmaln with them about oDe week when she will a go to lloplolnlvllle to visit friends llr and Mrs E ML Woodward left 1Vonesday for Dawson Sprlngs Mfr- sWoodward will remain at the springs for I oJ11uclme while Mr Woodward M5 goon to Lyon county to visit the lldkr boys- Mr Coleman Haswell wife Md daughter llardineburg vlsted Mrs Jennie Mcllenry Sa urtay and Sun day Mr Ilusweli canto dawn to be present at the Royal Arch Chap ter exanduatiou Saturday evening Mllls Nellie Hook ot Hardl1l9hurg and Mr Will James of Centertw were united In marriage at Hardlns burg Wednesday Tire nowly weds aCterInoon for Centorown adiere they will reside Mr 00 Martin son ot exsherlft R B Martin has been nOIIl1 ot an appointment to a Inositfon 1n the CenI BUS Bureau at WIlhlngtoll It Is probable that lie will declllle tine appointment to retain his position with the Ohio County Supply Ccmtpang Watt Eidson ot color died yesterday nwIllng of consumption Ho had been dll for sometime hut hits death was rah r uncxIKctd as lidl was up at work when he became wore Watt as he was known was the old family servant ct Mrs II D McHenry and was aiwayt t faithful trusted rervant of the faintly The uientbers ot the Uartford Cllrl- stlaJ church during the bast week paid off the lalanee of the church debt and the church Is now absolutely free front delUt und the subscription ovei paid to the amount ot 25 Although the CltrLaau church at this place Is rinall hr mootl1ershll Jt is large whIm lit comes to actual worle along the lines ot chruetlan duty and loyalty to their churchIThe singing convention held at No Creek last Sunday was largely attended from ymitts all over the counI ty A great basket dinner was furnished by the good lrople of Xo Creek and served In splendid manner for which the lleOple of that ueigh borhood are noted The vmdnus t1iig las classes acquitted themselves in fine style and the cOlllpetltloll was so close as to leave little room far choice The convention will ibo held at the Beda Church the fifth Sunday In October 1911 Last Friday tour members of ComI pany II Kentucky State Guarll were ordered to Lyon county to assist- in guarding a Mr Olllvcr who was fired upon bY1n unknown party afew 11111IlOltuntclse9 which are soon to Como to trial at Eddyvllle The members ut the company dotatled were Andrew Glenn Herbert Felix FrEd Robert son and Allison Barnett They report all quiet and their duties are very light Several menalxrs of the Hop kinsvllleCompany are also out duty all under command ot Major Dasett The Thomas Monumental Works has- just completed u very flue and tint quo plle ot wcrk whch they last week eroted at the Morgan Suiilli- Cemciery rlur Brooklyn Butler County The work Is executed Ill Green River IileQchlrg bone and is In the- shags of a tree one stle con alns the epUaph of Mr Snodgrass with Masonic entbeni the other Mrs Snodguass with an open bible aeros which ress a pair ot eye glas r- rh3 s entire tree trunk is entwined with n climbing vine Tile work Is must artistic and mflecta credit upon our home shop and alto upon the work man Mr CJ1I1rley Foul ot loniillIIe who has lately been onaged by the Thomas Bros Death of Mrs Mary A Duncan Mrs Mary A Duncan widow ot the late Andrew Duncan died at her residence 3235 Fhlt street Louisville Ky at 1050 oclock last Sunday morning She had been In feeble health for a number ot years but sus- as well as usual until Friday night when she took suddenly ill and grew gradually worse until the end Her remains were taken to Green vllle Ky Tuesday morning on a special train consisting ot baggoageIcar and Pullman The vices were held at the Presbyterian church In Groonvllle yesterday after noon at 230 oclock and were conducted by Rev Dr J S Iryons Mrs Duncans pastor who has charge of the First Presbyterian Church In Louil8vllle At the conclusion ot the services the remains were burled In Greenville cemetery 1cirL Duncan was In her 78th year taste N Wellthat nightItssomething saying SHOEIWALK EASY you shoes you can wear all day be sorry to part corn with at night 4 to everywhere LEWIS A CROSSETT Inc Makers MnssI We have Shoes especially for tender feet If have ingrowing nails or bunions we have some thing to make your feet glad Call on us for Shoes to your feet and I at the time of her death having been born In Scotland March lith 1833 She had been a devout memler ot the Presb1cIlan Church for more than halt a century Her husband died at McHenry Ky May 25 1877 She Is survived by a family ot sons and daughters as folloWs Messrs W G and D S DunCIII Mrs O C Roll alts Jennie Hamilton Greenville Mrs E D Boone and Mlas Maggie Duncan Louisville And Mrs F L Fe lix Hartford A good christian mother a fond and faithful lover of HIm who was her Comforter and hope tlllonghout the many years of a useful and Ilreciouli- life has gone sweeping through the gates to a home In one of those finny mansions reserved for those who love Him MANDA May 31Ou yesterday morning May 30th at an early hour the people front all quarts ot the county com I rueitced gathering ut Mt Peasant Church to hold tlecorajon eorce1 Long befcao 10 oclock you could seep the han Jen WRtll1g accompanied hyi old gty httukd veteran of the Civil 1Var to ley honors to their lead comrades who hind laid down their lives and crossed over the river to a world beyond where there will he no wars or graves to decorate May the rmallling few of the Civil War live long Ut But when Gad calls thorn home may others still merit at their graves on the 30th ot inch May and honlorthecomnrsyB H STEWART WYSOX June and Mrs Charlie Den ton and children Paradise were the guests of their pareit s Mir and Mrs Q M Donlon from Wednel1ay untir Sunday I11S Orpha Denton nod children Friday night and Saturday witH her motheritlaw Mrs Q M Benton Miss Taylor of Rochester Is the guests ot her sister Mrs HaUfe- Taylor Mimes Katie and Iris Elliott spent Saturday with Miss Pearl Davenport Mr and Mrs Drub Elliott and tso daughters Katie and his spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs Q M Benton Mss Llzzlo Graves Rocklwrt spent Tuesday night with her cousin Mrs Ira Hartley Mrs Louisa Taylor is the guest of Mirs Louisa Rock Mr Charley Taylor ot Greenville I feels better say that when you wrong with your shoes is that shoe they sayI Makes Lifes Walk EasytJ Next morning look for the Crossett dealer He will sell and puny you fit 1Mr I was the guest ot fronds mill relatives tom Saturday until Monday- MUees Rera and Callle Cox ot Cool SiUings and Mr Ed Crunk took dinner at Mr Q M Dntolls Sunday Miss Mggis Haunter EclldIs was the guest ot I1ESCs Minnie and Mary Den ton Tuesday night SYMPATHY helps hurts but it wont cure an aching tooth wonnt Waite a marred one look like Its old self lakes a skillful expetcllcCd dentist to do that Get all the sympathy you can but for real mllef and good dental work make un appointment with us for the practical way ot get ting your teeth In tine shape Best crown and bridge work In this town or any town Teeth extracted with out pain All work guaranteed Tele phone 218 DRS HARDIN BELL DENTIsTS OUice in ReDUbiican Bldg Hartford Ky Why Not Get Th- osePHOTOS I Made NowI t you neglect it or defer tt I much longer you may regret It Ithebabies send the old I folks and come yourself The prIce ot photo supplies is going up and we will soon have to charge more for our workI I Better come right away Schroeters Studio Over Ropubllcan Office r1 t 11 1 rF v k 4 rI f d LOCATING TRUFFLES The Hunter Work With a Tralhsd Pig and a Pointed Staff The truffles looked exactly like white potatoes that had peen very thorough ly dusted with powdered cinnamon aCbey were the size of white potatoes and they had the white potatos irreg Dlar shape On the way tp the Riviera said the host I stopped at Marseilles in order to see a truuler or truffle gath erer at work Truffles come only from France They cost even over there about 5 R pound The taste Well mushrooray but much richer Our Marseilles trifUler carried a pointed staff His indispensable col laborator was a tanned pig on a leash Tbe pig was like any other only his snout was longer and better devel opedWe spectators had hardly walked 100 yards over the fields when the pig stopped and began to root near the foot of an oak The truOlcr helped him to dig with the pointed staff Some truffles appeared a foot under ground and the truuler pushed the pig aside threw it an acorn and put the truffles in his bag He found or rather his pig found a dozen truffles in the hour we watched him At every find the pig was rewarded with an acorn These pigs cost 00 apiece The man made about N that morningExchangeHIS Knox Gave Root What Root Had Passed Out to Depew Senator Depew told a little story on himself and Senator Hoot in a speech at a dinner In Washington to Mr Root by the New York Republican congressional delegation When Root was secretary of state said Senator Depew I went over to see him and asked him If he couldnt do something for me in the line of consular appointments He sad Sen ntor Im sorry I would like to do I something for New York Imtanll Mr Boot picked up a paper from his desk=I see that New Yorks quota Is now exceeded by 14 per cent Well continued Senator Depew I kept going to see Senator Root for a year Every time I went to see himjbe would remind me that New quota was exceeded by 14 per ceut Finally I said Mr Secretary I think youre a great statesman but your mathematics are inclined to be auto matlc After awhile Mr Knox became sec retary of state Senator Depew said when tbe laughter had subsided Senator Root went up to see him about consular appointments Im sorry said Mr Knox butand he turned too document fleI find that New Yorks quota Is now exceeded by 14 per cent New York Sun rMajor Pond and Bill Nye More than one successful lecture star bad to thank Major Pond for his start lie had keen discrimination and not I Infrequently sought out and dragged upon the lecture platform an obscure genius who never thought to see himself before the footlights Such n genius was Bill Nye When the major found him he was acting as postmas ter and editing the Laramie Boomerang over n livery stable Walk down the alley twist the gray mules tall take the elevator Immediately lecturlnglnndend useful publicity In it Nye was grateful and used for years to remem ber the major with characteristic notes one of which had the following exhaustive signature Yours with a heart full or gratitude and a system full of drugs paints oil turpen usuallykeptlULL NYE P SOpen nil night Old Times at the Capital In rffullliic the lively uud pictur esque incidents which tho old timer enjoyed In Washington one Is moved almost to tours over he commonplace nature of his own time John AdauiM used to bathe In tho Potomac every morning ut dnyllKbt because he hud no bathtub In tho White House und no one ever pulled u kodak on him President Taylor used to walk about tbe town and stop and chat with ev ery one he tact like a policeman AIreception in the White louse In days Is relieved of monotony only by the great crush of guests who trample the clothes off one anothers bucks Another president set tip in the oust room n GOO pound cheese and Invited the multitude to come in and help Itself which the multitude proceeded to do Fat and Thin The two women encountered each other at a dunce They had not met flor several years How thin you have grown ex 1 Inlmrd one How fat youve got to bet the oth er cried and they stood gazing at each other iu some dismay Before you come to blows remarked a mutual friend who stood by Jets take a vote ns to which is worse to get too fat or to get too thlnXew York Press Not Guilty Doctor why dont you sometimes denounce wickedness liihlgb places Bless your soul Brothcr IIurdesty J do Have you forgotten that in 111 ermon two Sundays ago I spoke- harply against the practice of flirting In the elevated railway tralnsChl cago Tribune All men have their frailties and he trbo looks for a friend without Imper Sections will never find what he seeks Raffling a Baby Consternation reigns la JopHns most exclusive social circles on accoun of the proposal to raffle a baby in charitable fair It uppers that when the committee In charge of the event cast about for the usual money en tleing features there was a crying hun ger for eomethlng novel The Ipffl wets expected to be one of the mat evenita of the occasion and therefore much thought was given to the obect of the chance bestowal There are so few things in this world which have no- been raffled that the ipuzzled wome- wete hard put to it But an Inspira ilon ilumlced the mind of one matron und in a flash she suggested that the committee select a baby from a near by foundling home and sell itBut there were a number of thought ful women who saw in this plan some thing like sacrilege They protested to their fellowcommittee members but In vain Ten It was proposed to ask the mayor to intervene and citqp the outrage The mayor of Joplin as It happens is n wise and good man when duly coached and he says the raffle shall not take place The ma jorlty of the committee my It thall And there you are What a pitiful poiheilc spectacle this helpless little baby would present lying in its basket and surrounded by men and women throwing dice or drawing numbers for its possession A baby orphan la a tragedy of life that should stir the deepest and most solemn reflections What has it done that fate should cast St upon the in I hospitable shores of a selfish world Isnt there enough of the element of chance In the average orphans melancholy existence without men an women mocking the purpose of God by holding a baby raffle These good women of Joplin must b givem credit for meaning well but what would theI woman who made this suggestion think if her own infant was garnish ed with ribbons and laces and offered for sale to the highest bidder of the holder of a lucky ticket We predial that this baby raffle will never be held The Ut ng is too repugnant to the thought of as an actuality Even If die whole proposi tion is merely a joke it is a ghastly pleasantry abhorred to thoughtful manhood and womanhood Kauas City Journal S Cancer In Lower Animals Dogs horses cattle mice even flab have cancer In Tunis and Abyssinia cancer is unknown Stops the Cough hells the Luni COUQHVIf not better then any other money backj J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO- PYAN5YILLB IND Take a Minute to Smile Some are born good acme make good and others are caught wiih the goods Life Her Father Blanche why dont Mr Linger go home earlier Blanche lan why dadPuck Do ye notice yr now neighbors Mrs OLcary Not to spake to but 01 notice Ivvery thing they do Judges LibraryoSine Ive come back I find hat Im forgotten by all my friends Why didnt you borrow money from them before you weaii awayJullgo Library Constable to vteored and goggled mutorJtit who has exceeded the spast- lllmiyAnd I have my doubts about this being your first offense Your race eeems familiar to me Pucch- Thwrie goes a man I could have married she said softly Yes ho chuckled and I notice that hetkefips on going as though he way afraid that you might try It IlgalnI Deceit Free Press Mrs lUicentmarrle want half a dozen red lemons Th S Fruiterer lied lemons Mrs Uceentmarrter YC3 sir I want to surprise my bust n band by making him some red lemon ade Chicago Dally News IllmI thought you and Ethel had had a quarrel HerWe have I liMe her Him But I saw you kiss each other when you met yesterday Her Yes but thats all we do We hard tpeakCleveland Leader Paw what do they do with all v the money they make the people pay for taxes Tommy my son at last you have asked me a quietton 1 cane or answer There are llmttatonu to your fathers knowIedge Chlcaso TnibunoCheap Clubbing RatescWe have made an arrangement will up the publishers of the Inland Farmer of Louisville whereby we are enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper one year for 150 Tho Inland Farmer is a weekly Jour anal and one of the best farms papers published in the United States Our readers should take advantage of thin otter ue 0 AN INFANT PRODIGY Sir John Evelyn Tribute to His Wonderful Child IOt nil the stories of Infant rnnrvcls the most touching is thatteldby Sir John Evelyn in his diary when ho re cords In his quaint dignified style the death of his wonderful little boy ourntender use a prodigy for wltt and learning To give only a little taste of them and thereby glory to God sense of God at two and a balfe old yenEnglish Lathe or or tellers pronouncing the first three languages exactly He bad before the fifth years or In that yeare got by heart almost the entire vocabutarie of andswords cold make congruous syntax turne English Into La tine and vice versa construe and prove what be rend and did the government and use of relatives verbes substantives ellpses and many figures and tropes and made considerable progress In Co men Ius Janua began for himself to write legibly and bad a strong pas slon for Greek As to his piety aston fishing were his implications of Scripture to the occasion He declaimed against ye vanities of the world before be had scene any So early knowl edge so much piety and perfection Such a child f never saw and for such a child i blesne God In whose bosom he laExcbange Real Good Steak We cant eat this steak Its not good complained a young man who was spending his honeymoon in a Scottish village Toro surely Jokln sir said the landlord of the inn It maun indeed be gold Its a bit o the ministers auld cool Higher But our Idealsl What of them Are they higher than they were a generation ago Sure Everything is higher now Louisville CourierJournal tOli rHIHow did you enjoy the musicale On I applauded at the wrong time as usual thought the orchestra tuning up was a classical numberKant 148 City Journal Easily Timed Read Have you over timed your automobile Greene Oh yeah It stood perfectly still for fortyeight minutes on tho road today Attractive Summer Tours Jibe Illinois Central Railroad Com pany offers very afltracMve Summed Tours at reasonable rates to tie fol lowing points tt Boston Mass with ocean trip one way between Boston and Norfolk al same tour to Boston via Montreal Canada the Great Lakes too St Lawrenco Roorts CaliforniaChicago Colorado Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo including r nte one way via Chicago Jersey Coast Resorts Lake Michigan Resorts Including SIIVIDgS1acklnat Minnesota Lake Resorts MexicoNew City New York Ctty with ocean trip ne way between New Orleans and New York New York via Montreal via Montreal and Boston with ucean trip one way between New Orloans and NewYorkNew City with ocean trip ono way between Norfolk and New York Niagara Falls North Pacific Coast Yellowstone Park and Various oth er poiuta of interest For further information call on agentuor write F W HARLOW Dlv Pass Agent I C R R Co Louisville Ky I How to Run a Boarding House Cultivate an iron constitution and erves of steel wad wdar a rusty black bonnet Study strop guests needs Dont ipuit more on his plate1 Ahaai las needs Jealously between boarders can be voided by having nothing but homeJy waitresses Set a good table That is a table hat is good and wide mills will pro foodIfhouse give them a soundproof room their quarrels will dkitunb other boardersBa and have but one bath Tcum and no hot waiter Fewer baths means fewer towels to supply If the grocer will nat give you watt for a now grocer to starit in the neighborhood and make him think he Is taking your trade from tit oilier fellow Always speed the parting gust but you have to be vigilant to do Some guests are apt ta sliced without lire formality of a pat1llngt To keep the parlor from being mussed up install several enlarged por traits of gloomylooking jehvpB I Then it WJU not owe a tounj rig place + Dont air it too often either Be sure and receive the mall your self By close attention you can soon tell which letter contain mcneyj a then you will be able to pwecmt bills at the psychological moment If any boarder ehowft a ooytented disposition movehim to a room than ho already his His can hen be rented to someone else Finally dons bo afraid to ralsa rat- A er person who boards has nowhiireela to live CHIiarn Cry FOR FLETCHERS cASTORIA Trees and Character In the history of the great upris which caused the Roman emperor lingcry Varus give me back my le Arminlus and the Teutober ger oreS 1t are inseparably associated The Interestteg suggestion Is otter ed by a thoughtful correspondent that these has been more than accidental reason for the association that in saran occult way the TVutoberger For est was a aprt of Arminlus Is it true that In some way not un derstood and yet not wholly unappre elated we owe something of the t ro gress of the world to the forest primeval Is it true that so long 03 men have lived with trees and wood Work- Ing has been their principal occupa tion their civilization has been ag gressive and dominant and the moment the hUts were denuded and the dryads and the naiads were banished sterility of mind and character as well as of soil was followed Every writer or the American In dian notes the difference between the timber and the plains tribes The former wore the Indians of history The plainsman has been nreaneaeak ing cowardly as compared with his brother of the woods and inferior in body and mind It te remarkable when we come to think of it that Germany maintains a thatlofI flint glance everybody assume that the vast forest preserves are in the way an imposition on the crowded millions But the German loves his trees and perhaps is guided by aa unerring Instinct when he insiss that for every tree cut anc her shall be planted If this association of trees with mans outook Is not wholly fanciful there is a reason for conservation Infinitely more compelling than the disposition of rainfall Sterility of soil has never been half so much robe dreaded as sterility of mired Des Moines La Register and Leader e Ladies Take Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts Jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and muffs All work guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford Pressing Club Bismarck on Women Berlin suffragists bring out Bismarck as a champion and are spread- Ing n leaflet of hitherto unpublished conversation which Bismarck had WIt a beautiful young woman just before he retired to private life Mark my words said Bismarck the day wl51 come when women will be called to cooperate in politics We men are all clumsy We Germans especiiilly are bOOTS So are the dlplomaitki3 Moreover if women were la politics fewer eeoiets would become public for a clever feminine mouth can keep silent Yet in the mldsi of innocent convorsatlon it uBderaacids tow to extract many a secret which it keeps tram us men Women ohalttero so delightfully about the gravest topics that one when one is an old donkey falls to notice one has said more than one wished In everything that has to do with slynea woman Is our su perior What I am I have become through my wife I iwpecti every woman wtoo elevates us men teaches us religion and morality preserves our ideas and scatters roses along the path of our earthly life I have long wished for the cooperation of women 1m ipoHtic but wci are not yet advanced enough Women shoufd Trot eosroach upon men but should In fluence and soften them and lead them to good works If Gesimanyls men became weak Germanys woman will become emngFrom the New York Pram rThe U S Government in its Pure Food Law does not indomti or guarantee any preBoripicn as some manufacturers in their advertlsomeDts would make it appear In the case of medicines ithe law provides that cer balm drugs shall be mentlonied on the labels if they ore insr ldlerjte of the preparations Elys Cream Balm the well known family remedy for cold in toe head hay fever and nasal ca tanrh doesnt contain a stogie injur long drug so the makers have tslmply to prini the fast thoil It compiles tidily with all the requirements of the law t t a O l ireotoyO1 Circuit CourtT F Birkheftd Judge MldklffwdK a fix Master Commlslorier tT Collins Trustee Jury Fund T H Black Sher iff JIartford DeputlesiS O Keown an Lon Black Court onveneil first Mon continuesrMay and November two weeks County Court tt R Wedding Judge Wi aTlnsley Clerk c E Smith Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Quarterly CourtBegins on the third Monday In January April July and October Court of Claims Convenes first Tues day In January and flrat Tuesday In OctoberIOther County OfflcorrC S MoxDey Surveyor Fordsvllie ICyn F D No2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hartford Ky n F D No2 lienry Leach Superintendent Hartford Dr A D Riley Coroner HartfordJ- USTICES COURTS B S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday af ter 3rd Monday In June Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December- O E Scott Cromwell Wednesday afto 3rd Monday In March Wednesday after 3rd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December John Hi Mlles Rockport Friday after 3rd Monday In March Friday after 3rd Monday In June Friday after 3rd Monday In September Friday after 3rd Monday In December- J C Jackson Centertown Saturday after 3rd Monday In March Saturday af ter 3rd Monday in June Saturday after 3rd Monday In September Saturday af ter3rd Monday In December- M C Cook Rerffrow Tuseday 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 Wednesday after the second MumdayIn February Wednesday tatter 2nd Monday In May Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August Wednesday after 2nd Monday In November C V Miles Fordsvllie Thursday after 2nd Monday February Thursday utter 2nd Monday In May Thursday after 3rd Monday In August Thursday after 2nd Monday In November J L Patton Ralph Friday after 2nd Monday In February Friday after 2nd Monday In May after 3rd Monday In August Friday after 2nd Mon day in November HARTFORD POLICE COURT C M Crowe Judge G D UkensClty Attorney Sam Court convenes second Monday In each month City Council J H WHHams Mayor n rCollins Clerk S K Cox Treasurer Members of Council T R Bar nard W J Bean W M Fair Pen Taylor W E Ellis E P Moore School Trustees J S Glenn chairman W S Tlnsley Secretary C M Barnett C M Crowe and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church South Services monrlng and evening every first and third Sun day In each month Sunn School 945- a m Prayer meeting every Wednes day evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices every Sunday morning and evening Sunday 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arawuuc or otalur tree report k7ea adnce how to ohtsla psteaU trade sasttJt eoprrtihtlctc IN ALL COUNTRIES Suslaea JtrtctwlUt VaiUnglon tain timt and It toe ExelaslvelyWiiUoroamatotuat BJJ Knth Sino opp VUU4 states Trial cm Mf J WASHINGTON D C I mfraanionttonastrtetlfoonSdentW pstentaPatentslet 111 SdtltlfkJlllltrka 7 clrCaINourlllont aIL8efiledbyallnewadealera rstwaeb 0 k- EEDSanthIIIIe011i tkMnateetoPINee i jNerthereofownsSdb Plaatershooidteatthe En t81UTAL arrgil t FOR 10 CENTSwe will send postpaid Our 11w1hleo tI la uI EttihraulcUlpMai atud 1 ol1su beIIIw 1 MI IVf I 1 v A- i k 1 TOWN AND GOWN OW The Origin of an Ancient Dispute at Oxford r STALE FISH AND BAD BEER The Unlverlty Authorities Objected to Than Then Came the Battle of St Scholasticas Dy and Open War froMcro and PIIIge rowIinave not altogether ceased Is a row about nothing In particular Inspired solely by the joy of battlo and the lust tor strife The Juniors fight and the seniors separate tho combatants In the old days them was really some tiling to fight about and the seniors were as pugnacious as the Juniors and Joined as pugnacIously In the affrays The dispute arose la the first Instance out of disagreements between overlap ping jurisdlctfons The orIgin was In the divergent views entertained by the municipal and university authorIties on matters ot sanitation and hygiene and Its wilt not be denied that the univer slty authorities were In the right They objected to the sale of stinking fish and the brewing ot beer from wa ter contaminated with sewage The townsmen thought such objections tas tidlousand were very angry when the univerSity appealed to the king to interfere hence constant blckerlnS and A frequent exchange ot abusive Ian guage hence ultimately open war atlll that battle ot St ScholasUcas day which take9 rank In history ns the inrllest ot the recorded town and gown rows The trouble began In n tavern on Feb 10 13M Some scholars who were drinking there found fault with the wIne and the vintner said that It was quite gold enough wine for them The scholars threw the wine at the vln- tners head and the vintner summoned his friends and neighbors to the rese cue They rang the bell ot the Church ot St Martin nt Cartar aM the pop ulace summoned by this tocsin shot at the scholars with bows and arrows The chancellor of the university au- penred upon the scene Ingemnntlng pence where there was no peace and he also was shot at Then the bell ot the university Church ot St Mary was started ringing and the melee became General and lasted until the setting of the sun No one was killed The gownsmen got the best of It and the chancellor was under the Impression that the riot was over lIe Issued a proclamation bidding the scholars go to their lectures as usual on the following day- TbetWintlfs he bade them but not wIth the Impunity which he expected The townsmen had vowed and planned engeance and were lying hi walt for them ncentorcements2OOO peas ants carrying nn omlnlous blpck Ollg swarmed Into the city train Cowiey- Headington and Hlnksey The Cnrt justaftertocsin of St Marys responded as before The townsmen not only assailed the scholars In the streets but when they Oed before superior forces pursued them Into theIr lodgings Inns and halls killing all that they could and stealing or destroyIng all the property that they could lay their hands onPeacemakers were badlynectled and the chancellor having called for peace In vats the monks tried what they could do There sallied forth a vall ant band of friars carrying their cru clOx and seekIng to compose the strife by chanting litanies Without avail They themselves became the objects ot the popular fury a scholar was struck down while actually clinging to the crucifix Other scholars were followed Into the churches and massa Bred at the toot of the altar Dead bodies were flung on to dunghills the wounded were baled to prison and even torture was not spared The crowns of some chaplains says the ebronlclerviz all the skin so for as the tonsure wentthese diabolical Imps Bayed otf Insc rn ot their clergy At last the university could resist no more The gownsmen began to flee into the country all ot them save the scholars ot Merton who alone had solid walls behind which they could retire Withdrawing to their college while the town triumphed outside the sole represeptatiyesof learning In n deserted city which the bishop had laid under an interdict the scholars ot Merton waited for the day ot vengeance and redress of grlevauces It came The king sent down a spa clal commission to Investigate The mayorof oxford and his bailiffs were sept to prtsob the sheriff was removed from office and presently the town was turth rhumlllated by the bestowal of fresh prlvileges upon the gownsmen The gownsmen and not the townsmen were henceforth to de ride wletI er fish stunk and It they decided that It did stink they were to send It to the hospitals for the con gumption of the sick They were also adjudged pecuniary compensation for the damage done and their supremacy was In various other ways established on a firm basis SUchwas the first town and gown grow In which Morton may be said to ha1e saved the university But for Merton the uulverslty would then have been wiped out and Its clerks would beeR scattered over the face of the eart1 Pan Man Gazette The miser bas much is want of that which hobsas ot that which he be notSyras y AN OWL STORY ShowIng the Tyrannous Effect of HltUpon a Wild Animal An English publication tells this In terestlng story of an owl A vogue figure appeared out of the clouds traveling against the wind toward the spire and looking more like a ragged piece of newspaper whirled about the heavens than any living thing It wns a white owl and after j watching him for some time I came tryingtoIdle ambition It seemed for although he succeeded again and agath In get ting to within a few yards of the point aimed at ho was on each occa- slou struck by a fresh violent gust and driven back to a great distance often quite out of sight In the gloom But presently ho would reappear still crazyIBut I could not help admiring his pluck and greatly wondered what his secret motive In aiming at that windy perch could be And at last otter so many defeats he succeeded and grasped the metal crossbar with his crooked talons The wind with all Its fury could not tear him tram It and otter a little flapping he was able to pull himself upand then bending down he deliberately wiped his beak on the bar and flew away This then had been his powerful mysterious motleJust to wipe his beak which he could very well have wiped on any branch or born root or fence and saved himself that tremen lour labor This was an extreme instance of that tyrannous effect ot habit on a wild animal Doubtless this bird had been accustomed otter de vourlug his first mouse to fly to the- vale where he could rest for a few minutes taking a general view of the place and wipe his beak at the same time and the habit had become so strong that he could not forego his visit even on so tempestuous an oven Ing THE FOREST PEOPLE A Curious Scotch Settlement In the Heart of France Attention has been called In Franco to a little British settlement which still exists In the very heart of the country not far tram Bourges In the Province ot Berry Its inhabitants have received the name Foretains or forest people Their history Is n curl ous one In recognition of the services which John Stuart constable of Scotland rendered to the French nation one ot Its kings Charles VII OO years ago granted him n park In the forest of- Hautebrune and subsequently gave the Scotchmen whom he settled there the right also ot feeding pigs and cutting wood In the adjacent royal forest ot Allogny They also were exempted from the payment ot general taxes suit tax or the dues levied by the neighboring town ot Bourges and finally n royal magistrate was appointed for their special benefit This magistrate used to sit booted mud spurred with his sword by his side and for ninny years Ids decisions were given without appeal not only lu nil civil but In criminal cases as well which affected the proprietors or hum bier inhabitants of the forest The Scotchmen cleared the forest of Its old trees and planted Iqstead or chards and then invited others of their countrymen to come and Join them Since then they have preserved some thing ot their Scotch origin as well as their lofty stalwart active and vigorous form They cultivate both beards awl whiskers and both In accent and peculiarities ot speech show their der scent In dress they only differ from the Inhabitants about them by wearing long leggings with spurs attached Many of the names are Scotch or English such as Talbot Cromwell Haul day and Godwin Brooklyn Eagle Going the Wrong Way A self conscious and egotistical young clergyman was called to a church In u small town In upper New York After his first service the youthful minister asked one of the deacons a big hearted but extremelyy plain spoken old fellow what he thought ot this mornings effort The deacon was silent a few moments before replying Finally he said Well Ill put It to yo In a kind ot parable It reminded me ot Tom Dor gins fust deer hunt when be was green lie tollered the deers tracks all right hut ho folleredem all day In the wrong direction Love and a Shining Mark PercyI came to ask you for the baud ofyour daughter- GoklrozWhich one Why Elelel Oh shes In school yet Shoo wouldnt think of such a thing Well Ethel then Oil Ethel Is tooyoungl Then give me Mary In marriage Shes old enough Obyes Mary Is old enough to betterlYonkers Statesman know Practical View So you believe in marrying for love asked the ismocent maid Yes to a certain extent replied the fair widow but marrying for love without side Issue ot bread and butter Is liko sipping the troth troll- ingl ss otelda waterChlcago Newe Litera- l3Ustresspo you clean rooms with alacrity APpllcantlglnralJypreters patent sweepers mum Baltimore Amerlcan4A LEGENDS OF ANIMALS Interesting Old Time Stories of Bird and Beast THE NORSE AND THE CAMEL An Arabian Folklore Tale Tells Why Every Steed Shudders on a First Meeting With a CamelSalomon and the Neck of the Vulture In the beginning the birds had no feathers but nt last word was brought that the Great Spirit had their clothes reudy It they Woulll send some one for them All the distance was long the turkey buzzard was selected on account ot his endurance and In recognl tlon ot the service he was to have first choice ot apparel the one condition be- Ing that lie could try no suit on the second time Can you guess the re suit For one trilling objection or nnotaer ho let nil the fine feathers go- by until to his horrified astonishment there was nothing left but tho poor commonplace suit that ho wears to day We talk conceitedly ot the airship as though a brand new invention of the modern brain when thousands ot years ago ring Solomon had a most satisfactory one u magic carpet upon which he frequently took a spin through space Only one fault could be found with this carpet touring car It had no covering and too often the sun shone uncomfortably upon the royal head Now the wisdom ot Solo mon Included a rare linguistic accomplishment The king spoke the lan guage of birds So one day when out riding on his carpet lie called upon some passing vultures to hold their wings over him by way of awning Hut they were going north the king toward the south and to his righteous Indignation the birds Insolently re fused Cursed be ye 0 vultures he cried In wrath And because you will not obey the commands ot your lord who rules over the whole world the feath eta ot your necks shall tall off and the heat of the sun and the coldness of winter and the keenness of the wind and the beating of the rain shall tall upon your rebellious necks which shall not bo protected with feathers like the necks ot other birds and whereas you have hitherto fared delicately hence forward you shun eat carrion and your race shall be Impure until the end ot the world- According to Arnb folklore one day Allah called the south wind to him condensed It took a handful blow upon It the breath ot life and thus cre rated a horse But the steed nt once begun to find fault Ills neck lie coal plnlned was too short to reach the grass his back hud nothing to steady a suddle his hoots were so sharp that they would surely sink Into the sand Instead of reproviug his Ingratitude In words Allah then created the camel as nn object lesson ot reproach The horse shuddered at the sight ot what he wanted to become and this Is the reason that every horse starts when first meeting his caricature Perhaps you have not had the opportunity of gazing dentlstwlse Into the mouth ot a coyote and so have never wondered why Its back teeth looked as though they were broken ort and forced down Into the gums but you must surely have come across many an empty locust skin fu the south ot the Zuni lands In New Mexico a coyote once started out hunting but got no farther than the toot ot a certain old pine tree so faa clnated did he become In a locust who sat playing a flute and singing In one of its branches In tact such WitS the animal enthusiasm that he Insisted upon taking a lesson on the spot Lila voice proved hoarse and growl but he persevered until lie learned the words of the locust song and turned homeward proudly repeating them when by bad luck ho tell Into a go phers hole sold other words under his breath and forgot his lines Back to the pine tree he trotted again Imposed upon the locusts good nature once more sallied forth In trl umph But this time ns he practiced aloud he frightened a Hock of pigeons that flew out wills such a noise as com pletely to muddle his brain and there was nothing left for him but another appeal to the wurnout locust Now even a music teacher will turn and the locust seeing him coming from dar and having heard that coyotes ate Insects decided to rid himself ot this tiresome fellow No sooner thought than done In a Hash he swelled up split his skin and crawled out Find lug at hard a clear light colored bit if quartz ho put It In the empty skin mucllaged It up the back with pItch and flew off to another tree The trick Worked to a charm The coyote called out to the supposed locust again and again without receiving a reply became enraged snatched the etRgy out of the tree and bit so hard on the stone that he inn yelping away The water of a creek partly soothed his pain but ever since the mouth ot- a covo6te has shown the effect ot that traglbite ands whenever na locust ventures out on IIsummer morning to sing a song it Is his custom to protect himself from the consequences of at tractln too much attention by skinning himself and lenvtng his counter part In the treeMay C Rlnrwalt In Los Angeles Times Used tom lt What do you do when your bus band stays out late nt nigrt- Oh t just go to sleep iye been married more than n year you know Detroit Free Press t t GERMAN CUSTOMS LAW It May Not Always Be Expensive but It Does TAke Time It you travel In Germany you want to be careful to declare all dutlablo goods ut the border even down to a toothpick sold a former attache It may not save you much money but It will save you vexatious delays With n friend I came over tram St Petersburg by way of Stockholm to Kiel on our way to Berlin I had bought lu nussla half a dozen gunmetal holders for tea glasses not worth over 15 cents apiece and 1 had packed them In u Russian helmet The latter had a spike on top ot It The customs officer at rlel asked whether I had anything dutiable and as the holders were of Insignificant value I said No That did not satisfy him lIe thrust his hand down Into the bag roughly and the first thing he came Into contact with was the spike of that helmet lIe jumped back with a German oath and then ho reached down more cautiously grabbed the spike and pulled the helmet up the contents dropping out Alma So he exclaImed In trl umph transfixing mo with a look Then he charged me with evading tho law and with smuggling lIe left us under guard and there wo stayed while we saw our train pull out Final Iy the Herr Oberlnspektor In brilliant uniform and with sword clanking came along back with him He pompously inquired who we were We explained I believe you gentlemen he re plied after some questioning and considerable deliberation but you are amenable to the law and win have to pay the duty and a fine equal to the amount of duty Then he hurried away to get the articles appraised We felt we had got Into a mixup- We counted over the German money we hall between us and It amounted to leas than 3 We hall nothing be sides but drafts on Berlin and It the duty andtine amounted to much we were lu for all sorts ot trouble Finally the Herr Obetinspektor came back with a bundle of papers In his bawdy lie informed us that we could he liberated upon the payment of GO pfcunlgs which Is about 15 cents For this we hud lost three hours New York Sum- COSTLY ACCIDENTS A Jost Tin Mine and a Lead MInes Bottomless PitIImmense plans which to be completed but have been broughti to disastrous failure lit the ment are frequent enough In the his tory of Industry London Answers tells the story of a tin mIne In England which might have yielded n fortune but for a storms With the finding ot n new vein ot ore ruutilng out toward the sell n neww level was driven out below the water then It was found that the lode bent upward too near the sea bottom for alining to be safely curried all Undls- couraged the owner borrowed money built n sea wall to cut off the water eructed pumps and again went to workOn the sixth day just as nil enor mous mass ot rich ore was beta tapped a gale cane up n still was blown upon the wall which went to pieces nt mice and the sea drove the henvy stone In upon the thin root ot the mine In a moment the workings were hopelessly flooded amt the owner way a ruined man A story equally tragic Is told of the Speedwell lead mine In Derbyshire Believing that a rich vein ot ore exist t1 Iu a nearby bill the owner risked his entire capital to bore a tunnel 3000 feet long Into the heart ot the mountain Suddenly the miners broke through a wall of rock Into a vast hid den cavern through whIch flowed n stream of water They began to dump rock Into the stream and after 10000 tons a bridge began to rise out of the darkness and then their farther progress was stop ped Month after month they tollltl and at last otter 90000 tons lu all had been cast Into the cavern they gave It upThat narrow rift Is known to this day all the Bottomless PIt The Elements Ot the seventyome elementary sub stnures of earthly matter enumerated by chemists thlrttwo are known certainly to exIst In the suns atmosphere ten or fifteen more can probably be ttaced there and there are only six or eight us to which in the present state of our knowledge there Is negative evidence that they are not present there The elements whose presence Is proved comprise many ot those which are time most common In the composl time of the earth and the fact Is pret ty firmly established that matter Is the same throughout all space tram the minutest atom to the most distant starNew York American HIs Fair Mindedness 4 Why do you InsIst on reading that newspaper It alwn s seems to offend you Because answered Mr Sirius Dar ker I believe In always looking at both sides of n question I rely on that publication far arguments on the wrung sideWashington Star In Coleg- eFreshtuanRah rah rah Rah rah rahl ltnu rahralfi SophomoreIs that kid stowed SeniorNo thats Tea Smith so called because hqs the pupthnt cheers but does not In ebrlate =Clevelmid Leader lame persons do first think afterward and repentforeverSeeker- a 260 WayDothink you just cant work away at your or trade any Do you have a the and lay awake et nights unable to poorpeIyour nerves all gone sad your stomach too bItion to forge ahead is the world left you Ifso you might as 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TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUDLICAN and Kentucky Farmer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 130 THE REPUBLICAN and Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Good PositionsDraughon gives contracts backed by chain of 30 Colleges 3000000 capital and 19 years success to secure positions under reasonable conditions or refund tuitiu- nBOOKKEEPING acceptingirisBookkeeping4n three months than they do in six Draughon can con 1 vine you I SHORTHANDwrite of the United States Court Report the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it Is THE BEST For FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President DRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE IlaOORPOIATD EVANSVILLE ADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS fr r s I f t has or tested In 11 f I THE PAY OF Census Shows Aver age 663 First Time Attempt Ever Made by to Get Census of Ministers Salaries WashJDsWn D c May 28The average annual salusy of a mln1titer of the gcsiel is but663 In aU the rxcpreseated In the com p1laUcns oil the subject in Part I of a special rpont on the census of religious bodIes for 1906 whieh Js row Ill pre prelruatory Ito Its submisslon- by United Sratw Census Director Du rand to Secretary Nagel or the de pa anent of Commerce anU labor The report was complied under the tupervislon of Mr WUUam C Hunt chief statlstickuL of population In the- census bureau and the statistics were- collected pant1y by cOrre1ndence and partly by tlltCla agents It hs pointed out la the Introduction that this Is the flit ime an attempt has Jlbn made in a Umlted States ti1S to secure official StaUsUe- g conI salarlt lxtld to ministers tla stated that the results eJ the census are not entirely satisfactory on account of rite fUure of some minis tots to report their salary and ot ethers to mirort With surrIclcnt clear nebW Of the grand total ot 186 de- notnlnations In continental United Satts the fClJrt etatts that 15 have no regular min4stry and 69 eltherpay- no stated salaries or made rotund which were not sufficiently complete to warrtnt tabulation Of the OIIl organizations com Josns the 102 remaining dtmoinka- ttom there wtrro 164229 or 816 Per con which made TCturnti to the con Wri Inquiry and the report rtaaes there IS IWllOtl ea J believe that Chest are subrtanaiutly cClmllltllu and accurat und It is thought that they embrace a sttfflclent number of orgwtlzawons of the reeptctive denomlroUuns to lie falrJ repiecraaidve of OudltlQnll all to tho avouge stlat1et3 paid Mo hr- istors The figure In the wllJIi are for continental United Status for each or the tour pniwcljral cato1Eo cf cities what 4s thusie having a populatiua In 1J00 of 25000 to 60000 ct 50000 to 100000 of 10fOOO to 00000 and of 300000 wJ Oll urd far thu aroa outside or them The tenol1llnu Jon showing the high tit avonage Is dire UnLtllrlaD with 1 G 53 while the dAntmtiIatdous necC In order are the Protoseact Jllscoml church 1242 oho Unlvenaltliis 1 238 the Gentml Conventon of tN Now Jerusalem In the Uuittd States ot America 1233 the Jewish con wglUonH 1222 the J Sb1teIIII1IU church In the UtlltOO SLatUH AmTlca 1177 the ItofonIm ehnch in Moor Ica 1170 the Unltcd Pz 1fler1an church of Nontli America 1096 the 1Ot2 the Cltrls- tlan Catholic Church In ZLOll 1037 and the Snoo of the Uotonmcd Presbyterian Church of Nortlt AIr rlcA 1008 AmOIg the wnomll1lldons ehowing an average sahWy ocainiderbly lower that the mineral average for the United Sites are the Advent Christian church all the Baptist bodies XCpt oho Northern Baptist convention the ChJ11mtan union the Christians Christine eonniectlon the Church of Christ SoleniIst the Genera Elderdhlp odI Iill Used the World over No otherartlcle of human iooE- yas ever received such phasic commendation for purity usefulness and wliiole t soreness from the moit authorlUes BiNINO PODEBRoyal always received the highest when exhibited competition PREACHERS Bureau Salary Government tenomlnatioull ConsrosatJunuUslH AmerIlea MathIIodJst eminent award of these lastnrumoo bodies as Shown by the report many ot the organizations reporting aria outside ot the prjDclpal cHits and many of them are doubtless in rural regions and this fact accounts largely for tile comparatively low average salary The low average shown for the Church ot Christ Scientist is said to be due to the fact that moil of those who serve as ministers or readers are prceons having other vocations and not dependant on the salaries paid by the churches In the case of the Salvation Array and the Volunteers ot Am- prtca the allowance made for the officers serving at the various posts Is usually bared upon their probable expenses a 1 3 raetlcally limited to these expend s The average salary showy lor the large titles Is considerably hIgher all a rule than the general average for Ihe denomination while for the area outside of the prIncipal cities it Is usually EImewhat less Moreover the average salary generally oorrea ponds to the grade of the cities For all denominations together Jt ranges from 123 for cities of the first claaa to 1110 for those of the see otJId class 1063 for those of the third class 972 for those of the fourth class and 573 for the area outside of the principal clUes In Indlvldual denominations the conditions vary In the Northern Baptist convention the average for clues of the first class Is 1580 of the second class 1420 of the third class I3S1 of the fuorth class 1248 and for the area outside of the principal cities 683 The figures for the DIsciples ot Christ show a regular graduation from 1326 per mlnlser for cltloo of the first class to l5Q tor thane of the fourth class for the alethedlst Episcopal church from 1422 for tllltles of the first class to IlS7 for those of the fourth class und for the Presberlan church In trite United Statos ot America from 2169 for those ot the first class to 1524 for- those ot the 10ulh class In the Southern Bapiet convention the average salary ranges from 1793 for cities of the first class to 1358 fort hose ot the fourth class ud among the Ci ngreBntiona1ists from ltl3S for clJei ot the flrt class to 1512 fr those ot silo fuorth class Jut In the case of both these denomlnvloriJ the avensgt for cities of the third class ill a ilhtle larger han for those of the second class Among the Imth ran Iwdies there is considerable dtffererce sane as the Gen ral OaullolI shoW aregular graduation others as the United Norwegian thaw larger averagos for eliles or the third and fourth classoJ The lower average salary shown by Slime denorninntions fct a higher CJf9 ot cltits than for u lower u In best cases due to the xluence In the hIgher class of cities of an urn usually large number of weak or miaubon churehoa For eannaple In tho case of the Souhtrn Baptist convention which shows an average eel ury per mlthttr of lG05 for cLIiS- ol the third clan and only 1490 for cLtlrs of the second clues the churches in the third class have an average membership ot 472 and in the sECOnd class of only 162 indicat- Ing that the churches In the third class are also financially stringer on the average than those in the second class In tho Protestant Episcopal church the average Is from 1873 in titles of the first class to 1517 In thodw of the fourth there tieing btfl little difference In the rlgures for the second third and fourth claes of cities In tlto CMe of nhe Roman Catholic church the figures show but little difference between the general average and that for the various classes of titles or for the arh outside of the Principal cloUeos the reasoli being that inilJls deomination the eal TIes are fixed fo tbq diocese Ibeiug n gsnemal the same ton die rural dlntrlotaas for the large cities or the 21 ont 1sters rgportod by Fz the lour organizations ell the Christian Catholic church In Zion for the area outside the principal dUes 21 are reported at Zion City and are probable conntored with the hem qUArter of the denomination at that place Amorg the denominations included In the report with those not paying regular salaries to the ministers and hence not rcpresnttd In the table on the subject there are several as for example the Freewill Baptists and the German BaijastDrothren church consenvative In which a considerable number of the organizations pay Stated salaries aUhough It Is not a general cudnm Some of these denominations among whlcli lore the ones mentioned apeAr to be In the tranakUonal state fmsp the un salaried to the salaried ministry basis Notice We the undersigned dry goods mer chants of Hartford agree to close our stores at 6 P m every day ex cept Saturday during the months of June July and August 1910 To take effect Juno 6 upon publication In the local papers Barnard Co Carson Co Fair t Co G E Bare hat J Rosenblatt Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA MAGAN May 31Measra A CBaughn and G G Brown are conducting singing at Pleasant Hlll and Sugar Grove Speaking at Beech Valley Tuesday night In interest ot the Farmers Un- Ion Mrs William Gibbons Is very m at tltd writing Several young folks atended the musical given by Miss Addle Edge Sat urday evening Misses Lulu and Dessn Mldklff visit OIl friends at Clear Run last weekend attended the dngIng at No Creek Sun day They report n poasant time Farmers are very busy now that the rain lies ceased and tthe dick of- he hue and song of the plow boy is heard from morn till nigh Womans Opportunity Good sense Is the greatest preservative of health Never before have Women had such a chance In the world as today and In this country But the chance will avail them noth Ing unless they have the health to seize It and the vigor to hold It Exchange Says McGowan Consider tht th mean man knows Imselt which makes you revenge completeCleveland News Monopoly Not Desired Since our own faults are so thor oughly enjoyable wo are always hap py to find that others possess them Arrest of Rev Thomas McGuire The Owensboro Messenger says The Rev Thomas McGuine was arrested by Officer Logadon Wednesday atttrncon n= lar the American Td1tic co ecmpaay where the prlest twos fUrrrAlrded by a large crowd of pee pie who worm waching what theme nald was an exhibition of magic art but was finally taken to hla parish which is near Stanly tA large crOd kad surrounded the clergyman and he was oDgr isI In the rtrange signs which ho was making and which he claimed hadn- raghml effect At UmES the mlt1h passitthroughThe minister came to this city eev ral weeks ago 10 fill the vacancy tthe St peters parish near Stailey and has since the time that the Rev J F sfcKearaey left tor the Vfi t occupied I he position of pastorlof the church The priest was dotahrcd at J1itqto I1co headquarters on the charg0 ot being intoxicated for about Ii halt hour Dd was then taken in to con veyanoe to hls home in the bcauwrysi GREAT GIIUNCIE k i ly f 6 iyIi OF RED MEN Annual Great Sun SessIon Held at Middles = boro- Tue I Mi Great Council or the Improve Order of Red Men met in slxtteentl1 annual seeafnn at 10 ocoekof tent sun of Flower moon in the Middies bOTo hunting grounds The Hon E H McOorkle who Is II Past Sachem b1 Onika Elbe No 19- inelded Ilt the Open session TUeSld1 yy morning The welcome address b stvah dlgnlariee as Mayor Holburn Judge Herd Senator Doaworth Con ty Attorney DaWSOn were ofn IUllppy vein and well received ur the vISIt- Ing hosts Just as enjoyable werE the responses by Greult Sealer Sag more H J Noathcutt Great Junior Sagamore W A Craoor the Hon R T Crowl and Great SachemMCDon aid who presided over llhe sesstons After ndQjurnment of the social session the Great Council convened for a brief sesaIon DoDd then adjourned uctll t oclock rueedw evening in order to give the visitors nn opportunity to attend the barbecue ant Fern Lake and view the scenery in the afternoon What with feasting the Inner man with corn and venison and the eye and soul on scenery at once sublime and beautiful every visltor was made to feel how really good It was to be present wIth an appetite put on edge by mountain ozone and a mind attuned to nature by long practice and cultivation the fraternal order of the higher virtues The American Red Man wishes to thank the members of Owska Tribe atJd Chainntan Joseph Klmll for the grand reception glvClll the visiting members at the Lake The Pas Sachems and their ladles were ptes eat in goodly array and enjoyed every minute The following were elected having uE opposition Great Senior Sagamore H J Nottlt cwt of CovlngtoD GzYat Sachem Great Juror Sagamoro W A Orolder of Louisville Great Senior Sagamore Past Great Sachem W H McDonald Great Prophet Frank L Smith Grealt Chief of Records reelected H V Cohn Great Keeper of Wampum reelected At afternoon session Wednesday Bros R T Crowe of l1D9- lSOlt TrIbe Lagrange and J H Sexton of Floating Canoe Tribe of Rich mond were nominated for Gt Junior Sagamore Bro Sexton asked that Ills name be wlthdrown Bro Crown was elected Jy acclamation Owensboro was chosen as the meeting place for the Great Council neXt year All true Rod Men will now forget past differences and with true rater nal spirit and earnest honest aim and endeavor WOrk fpr the beck In IbirEts of our most jWol1 h and noble Ordert fr mustwe forget to menton here the prestation by his friends to the rehiring Great Sachem or an elegant extraheavy sliver coffee service and which 119 nccCjJltro With many ex prsasIons of pleasure and gratitude Ho Was also presented with a handsome jewel whIch con aired the en- signla of the degree to Red manshlp by the retiring chieftain On Wednesday morning much to the delight of the visiting ladles they were taken for U ride over the famous government read to LI Grant University which sits with queenly dignity amidst the towering solitudes They were received most gladly and entertained most royally and went away wjh much good wdil and many pleasing recoLlections ot this fine institution Card of thanks Woe wish to return our sincere and heartfelt thanks to those neighbors and friends Including the Masonic fraternity who tgore so kInd and attentive In their ministrations during the sickness and death of our dear husband and father G W Reid May God bless their lives abundantly and tr turn to them In double measure the kindness whIch they so freely be stowed upon us Sincerely The Family COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE May 30Health Is very good In this community Mrs S F Gray of Iorgantowa Is visiting her daughter Mrs Flora HoW and of this place tfr and Mrs C P Hedges and trwo sons of Beaver Dam were the guest ot Mr and Mrs C M Stevens Sun day afternoon There were two interesbing sermons preacbtd at this place Sunday One In the afternopaf by Rue Netter MU ler and on the following night by Rev Birch Shields 11111 RoSa 1Uout acd Ut Je son Lln1cI visited her parents Mc and Mrs CI Stevens of this place sat urdAyr R t Mrs Leslie Sanderfur of Mandawen- In thlsgtclnity Sundar the guest of SfI16 Era Taylor SeYllrll from this place attended decoration atProvldcntn Friday a fourfiveidthere ready wlliingand glad to show thair love for thoseil1o lay sleeping In the cold and slant tomb I hits Flay oowtVor Selects spent t I Tan1hr visit1lagRobert LL1eF at this Wdllg I Mr ToTut Miller and visited Wends and a GilatrapSatI urday night and SundaIThere will be the second Saturday night In June everybody com- eResolutions of Respect from Smallhouse Baptist Church Whertlsa Bro G W Relda member of our body has been called to join Gods eternal church and our heads l are bowed In grief Thereforle be lb Resolved let Than an have last n faithful and conscientious member I Resolved 2nd That the wife ban lost It devoted husbands the chUdretIJ- It kind and loving father and the community Ii greattl11d good suns Resolved 3rd That We extend to tho family our sympathyand commend his Ufe as ore wontby clfhnitatLonIResolved 4th rutesai Recorder and also in each of the county paporsIM P MADDOX OPPIE KITTINGER Committee HERBERT May 30Mr Arthur Burdett has bone to Iowa to spend the summer Mlrs Dora and Myrtle Helm have returned to Pellvllle after several days stay here Mrs Dlna Cooper Owensboro Is visiting her brother dr R M Miller Mrs Elizabeh Douthett of Synthla Is spending sometime with her daugh- tEr Mrs Sallie 10 1IBorn to Mr and MrS Husk a son Miss Cora Storms of Hawesvllle Is spendiug the week with Miss Ford sirs lke Crowand Miss CI11c1e Ewln visited at WT Crows Monday I Mr Wm Ford an4 daughter Mrs You a in one of our y will a n d save RobertMMisses Myrtle Burdettri 11io Ford and Mattte Barnett f SIIrs Vfison Pau Baker and BarnieGard nor attndtC the Sunday School Convention at Oak Grove Sunday Jlr David A Miller has gate to r4 t untV to speD4 the aim tmen t KGs Charlto Taylol lobjek Mr and Mrs JiD Chambers entertained thti young people Saturday afternoon from three until six In t honor of their son Roberts furteenth birthday yi- Jlr Oiscar Haynes received a the l sage notifying Mm of the serious illness of hIs mother Mrs uf Owensboro- Messrs 0 T and John Burdott are painting Mr Bob Milers houtJ Mr Leonard Taylor hada fine horse to tall in the wagon and break Its neck Election Notice In order to provide funds for put grounds erecting repairing suitable buildings and foa other expenses needful tor conducting a good Graded Common School is Mc Henry Graded Common School Die trl0t of Ohio county Kentucky 1t Is ordered bye the trustees of said Graded Common School District an election be held at Williams JUneitf Schoolhouse on SaturdAy June 11 1910 between the hours of 6 a m and 6 p m submltUng the question whether or not the trustees of the McHenry Graded Common School Die trlct shall issue bonds to the amount of aOoo for the purpose of provldlag suitable grounds school buildings and apparatus for said Graded Common School District Bonds may be any denomination venbundrtde not exceeding 1000 each tanning not exceeding 30 years and bearing interest at a rate not exceeding 6 per cent per annum payable annually or semi annually as expressed In the bonds payable to the bearer with Interest coupons attached thEY shall be signed by the president ot the said board 1ttaryand be redeemable at the option of said board Said bonds shall be sold by the board or heIr authorized agent tor the highest Price obtainable not for less than their face par value and the accrued Interest and Ute proceeds paid oven to the treasurer t By order of the board ot trustEes tIf this Ute 11th day of June 1910 t rRMEMBEi THAT 140 MATTER WHAT YOU NEED IN THE WAY OF HARDWAREWEHAVE II In addition to our Hardware Depart= ment we handle every piece ofma chinery to be used on the farm from a traction engine down to a garden hoe cannot make mistake buying Corn Drills The give satisfaction labor ernestt DonlndaWil- llatns chaaipgsuitable Our line of Plows Cult vators Disc Harrows and Wagons is the most complete ever brought to Hartford In thelway of Buggies Runabouts and Surries our line cannot be surpassed RivercotJntryTOils Harness Yfe can supply you with any kind of Piping Bath Tubs and Bath Room Fixtures r Ohio Coilfity Supply Co J O OJ t i HARTFORD JKYi a 1 r