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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tartfer C cfi Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 10 1910 No 47 FLEEGED FOR MILLIONS I illinois Central Sues Offi cials for Accounting Says It Has Lost Two Million 4Dollars in Repair Charges Chicago June 7QhaI1gln that ItI has been defrauded of about 2000000 on ropal Work in a period or tour ti years the linnets Central Railroad Company has flied suet far an Ioountlng agalnflt four of its former of flclals In the OIocuit Count here Tho railroad companys bill whloh alleges eonerpiracy to defraud name the ftrllowimg men Orlando S Keith former superJn- tendent of transpontaUon Joseph E Buker formner ussistant superlmten dent of machinery Willian Ren haw former assistant Suparlwtendert of i MITayJormade against tas former oWclillS the r Illlaots Centrol road declares is Its bill that theso conCerns profited In workyTho Blue Ieand Equipment Corn pany 400000 thc Mnertcan Oar and Equipment Company 100000 Oster mann Manufacturlnrg Company 760 000 the Mempbds Car ComPany 300 0o and the InternatIotal car Com panys nUeged proms nd tMed In addition to the suit riled against iI tho four former offrelas the rail j rood also Clod suits for an account tl fog ttgalDlfIt the West PuLlman Car I 0mpany lmd against the Aauencm Car acid Equipment Company These suit ore also fIled In the CircuIt Court here The flung cot the suits follow3 months of investigation by the rail road compoy ud numerous rumors of IUL alleged graft YlngJn the Illtools- i Central railroad Hewtcfcto high officials or the road have vtoul1y dented i that there existed any trouble of this alleged character The lilll against the tour Gl1II1er department heads alleges that the men entered Into a conspiracy In June 1906 and that from that date April 1910 the rodkoad company was defrauded out of nearly 2000000 The rtlIrcompanys repair wrsk could be done I more cheaply by IndependEIJt concerns than at the rallorads own shops When contracts were given certain j concerns the bill charges the rail road company began laying a long series of large overcharges from Jwhlcll certain superlntendetth are dew to have secured rthcusands of dollars Jn the suit tiled against the Ame- r1ClnCM and Equipment Company Judge Walker at once issued an tn junotlon restraining the car concern foam bringing any suits to collect from the Illinois Central amounts al leged to be duo Inc the bill flied against the Wctat Pullman concern fit Is charged that HenrY C Ostarnann and the Oster mann Manufaclurlnlg Company entdr ed into the conspiracy to defraud the mtlroad The West Pullman Com parry is tsuceesor to the Ostel1IJ1an- nQomJJanf The bill against the fonmer officials ata9 that the tour defendants caused CI1tI8 toibo sent for repairs to re concernS controlled tn whole of In part by KcUb Bukor Renshaw- wild Ta00or- c The bldl also chriiSes that when the Illlnofe Central clod Usqwn repair shops In 1906 It had ou hand a large number of care to be hepaircd and lutge stocks of maerbJs and supplies- with which to make repairs In thte connection the bill says They fUrther conspired too cause your or4 eras materIals and suPPlies such q lumber palm ties rails lbolts and other materials and supplies to be delivered if such eampamioswithoutp- a7mnent made or any rsddtt gtvon UTI orator n mho dlsc every of the gfptllUCtraud- Wblich rivals to compteteDeS and bGldnens anything OIt the kind htth1- ekto dlacloosld fan Western railroad 7 hls ory was ni do through the light Ing of a cigar with a fiitty dollar Ibll- lTnls was done by Renny C Ostemnan about six months ago while on a trip South during which he spout mmonay with such Iavlshne9 ns to avtract widespread attentions declaring that it was some of the easy railroad money he had aequirod This st Vto meat was carried to J T Harahan- prosdent of the Illinois Central road who Put detectives Ito work Ong of the our men charged Is said to have made a confesion- Illness v of Z O King A letter received Iby Mrs Eliza J Hudson frem her nhice at Central City brings the sad lntclltgence that fall hcpe has been abandoned for the- irjcovery of Mr Z 0 King who bas the stImlUh Mr King Is a native of Ohio count y and has been promtnett throughout the Green River soction d the state as an educator and nawpaper man for many years Ho was a gallant Federal sol dler a member of the 2th Kentucky Infantry and distinguished himsdif for bravery on several ooeasions during the Civil War He Is at present Preti Ident of the Green River Association or old soldieim which will held the annual reunion alt Hartford July 4 It Is feared thlllt Mr King Rill be un able to preside at that tame His many friends In Ohio county will be pained to learn of his serious ill mess DEMOCRAT LIKES THE REPUBLICAN Recent Publications Call to Mind Incidents of Tlie Long Ago for Mr Cox June DEdItor Republican M I am not a Republican It will not be considered egotistic If I speak awood of Praise for your paper Tho last few lissues have been more lIlterrot- ino than common What has been slId GIf the visitors from MadlsoDVIU to H alUm d has certainly been read with great Itereirt by the people of OhIo County We have long wished for a railroad to our county town Wo are glad to know you are enjoy iig the pleasure nJ3 Well IS the great benetis d the road today The ex tract ycu gave from ra speech of Hon J H McHenry and the words from H D Taylor aU came as nweet echoes from the past Also the stcl1Y of the runaway darkles by Ion Nail Was quite nice lS I was acquainted with the panties menloned Then the last act cf Captain Bill Dwl80111 was road with interest by these who experlen ced the horrors of Civil War I lived oat that time at Darretu Ferry on Rough RIver and a short time before the 1 death of Davison ho and his men were tilt my house They captured some guns from T J DarrtM and threw thorn ins the slyer They destroyed a musket for mo and carrIed off a good rUle gun They then went to tho house ot J M Gentry He had a ntgro boy sixteen years of age the boy was scared when he saw Da vison and broke to run Three of Davlsons men frMewed him and he ran about a mite thrcugh beech woods the men wane on horseback and shouting at the y at every chance they had They shot 19 shots at him but ono took effect They gave raho boy a flab would In Ms hp and he finally run to my home Old Mr Plnkey Petty was there and begged acs the boys Ufo and they did him no further harm I hoard In a short time of Davlsona death but ntiver knew anything definite about lit until I read it In your papa Da- vlron had been a desperate man but when I read oIt his last hours and of his poor mother going at the dead hours VI the night to bestow her last lirtp prodigal Iron my soul went out in sympathy for them JAMES W COx I Low Railroad Rates for Aviation Meeting Louisville Proni1 to Mecca of thousands of Xentucklans on June 1819 when a great Aulatton Meet will be held under the auspices of the oul- svllte TImese6 IW1iIc r8ver1all nf the countrys snot famouos ibirhzneir will be seen ifiylD1g In their aeroplanes Reduced rates win beoMaed on all raiboada and ntetnrrban liner is- Keartucicy and Sotz here Indiana CIVIL SERVICE IS FAILURE New York Fire Department Depleted by System Chief Croker Says He Needs Men of Nerve as Well as Brain Now York June tiThe Nev York Flro Department widely lauded M the most workmanlike and best organized in the world is only 40 percent clticieat In rJlie opInion of Us Chief Two firemen were smothered early this morning In a downtown wai houre blaze anti Chief Crokers sorrow at the loss was blended with anger over the manner In which the lens came to pass Those was a panic In that tire he said and I want It known A mooidty of the men fighting that fire were young civil rwire rcmen When their lungs couldnt stand the strain They got frightened dropped the hone and ran It wasnvt sumdh cf a fire at that In many fires of Jate I have seen these civil service fireman drop their hose and run When one of them weakens the whole bunch goes down like n row of dominces- f want some m I1J with brains yet but I want all of them with lungs undersized civil servlco flrcmen have bean demoralizing the department for the last twmtslx yearsever since the civil service commllsslon began to Pass on aprlicants If we have to make uliolarshlp the prints raq- uLslte for admissIon lt Is only a question of time when the depart meet will fall to ploot09 Look at Deputy Chief Blots and Batttallon Chief Brogan than PaIr of husky od smokeeaters went In at the beginning of his name fire and came out fretli after three hours of breathing smoke The best tilremm Is the man who goes In where ho Is sent and stays there until he Ls recalled no anti der how hot It is How dces It happen Chief Croker was asked that the apparent cUI- clency ot the department remains so highThe old timers leaven the loaf replied the chief The 40 per ront- cf clflcilncy puts shame Into the 60 per cent of ineftlclency but there are kiss oldUmers every year An educated man of good physique would undoubtedly make a better fireman than an ureducated of equal physIque but the physique is essewial I am trying to keep the minimum height et the department up to five feet eight Inches The Chill Service CommiuIon Is trying to lower the height There have been rumors In the department tr acme time that Chlof Croker would shortly resign to accept an executive position with the National Board of Fire Underwriters Ho has refused either to deny or confirm ltIhese rumors Great Interest Shown in Aviation Meeting Judging from the Statewide interest in the aviation mew announced by The Louisville Times CiS IndIcated by the rfavorable comment or she State press theta will be a record breakllllg crowd in Louisville on June lS19 when this novol exhibition is given under the auspices of that nowigarper at Churchill Downs Among the Lodges Hartford Lodge No 675 F A lIL heM au interesting session last Monday evening during which the lectures to the first and third degrees were given for the benefit uf a number of candidates and new Masons S Rough River Lodge No 110 Kntghta- of Pythias held a largely httemded meeting lagt Tureday evening and conferred the rank of Esquire on tour Pages The annual elctloir of aft oere took place wIth the folio eb g result Ohanoeltor Commander C i- sBarnetit Vice Chancellor 03 n Tarp pan Muter of WorkS A Anderao- nPn61ateH E Brown Master at Arms Jaeise Hoover Iuaide Guard I Will GIll Jple Outside Guard Fred Anderson The decoration of the graves In Oakwood Cemetery and elsewhere In Ohio county by this lodge last Sunday afternoon was carried out In the usual impresrlve manner The attendalce at Olkowood was large and many Iwscns other thn knights con tributed flowers The graves of the fivee knights who sleep at Oakwood were literally covered with floral offerings Planning Trip to Hartford The Dujnu lIons aavooiattea Is planning for another booster trlpand- to that end Secretary Cox has called a meeting of the B M A for Thursday night This will be a very lmpOI1tant meetlIngEs the annual election of officers will also take place Secretary Cox requlJts thlllt every member of the llSoPClaltJloI1l ho present IS the pro pOSEd beater trtip will be oone of the boot fat has ever gone out of Ow ensbom The plan Is to havo a two dayn trip leaving over the Henderson Route for Irviegtoa going thence to Fordsyille and on to Hartford and dOwn to tlad- lsoniltlc and back to Heulerrcm rand returning to Owensboro This will take in the entire circuit and will be one of the most delightful trips Clint could be ptanuodOwenrlwro Inquir er SAD DEATH OF DR A D JAMES Passed Away at His Home After lingEring Illness I Central CIty Ky June iDr A D James aged 60 years former Congressman from the Third district and United States Marshal at Louisville niter a long lllners durlrg whirl he suffered excruciating pain dIed to- ulght at 930 oclock at Penrod his country home The end was very peaceful Dr James parsing away In lils sleep For many months the wellI known patient had been In declining health suffering Gant nmladiee for which he could find no relief About six weeks ago he was con fined to Ms bed and though lie was a very sick man his friends hoped for recovery until about a week ago when the phyieiars III attendance au rounced that there was no hope For the past several days his deah had been momentarily expected lie being coonselouq only at Intervals Dr James was one of the most prominent men of Muhlerberg coun ty lie was United States Maii hal for two terms and Congre man for two terms Of late years Jle had been a coal operator lie was one of the best known Republican palrtlcians in Kentucky and wIelded a wide In fluence In party affairs Dr James was twice married hIs wives being sinters the to Misses PenTad of Penrod He leaves a wife and seven children the tour children of the last marriage being quite young lie also leaves a sinter and a brother the Rev John H James COOL SPRINGS I Julie SThe rainy weather had delayed farmers cori3lderllbl but they are done planting corn and about done setting tobacco Mr and Irs Eldredge Drown and little son of McHenry visited their brotherInlaw Mr Joe Fulton from Friday until Sunday tabs Novella Tanner who has been visiting Mss BIrch Wllilln at Beaver Dam wnt be the guest of Mrs Fannye Scott a few dayn before she returns W her home at Rochester Mrs Fannie Neal and daughteriMa beland Mrs Novella fanner and Mrs Fanny Scott and little daughterEm mawere the guevsat tiles Rob Baker at Taylor Mutes Wednesday Mrs Edda Nihon of Butler county was the guest of Zlfr Clarence Den ale Tuesday enroute to Beaver Dam to visit her sister Mrs Birch Wilson Mrs Stoycns of Woodbury Is ut the bedside of her mother Mrs Osburno Who Is dangerously m Mr and Mrs iii M Tate and son visited Mr Cylo Nanney of Shulu town Sunday Mr SA Davenport Rochester Is in this m1uDJtyt i L GREAT EVENT FOR LOUISVILLE Glenn H Curtis Flier Will be at Aviation Meeting Remarkable Enthusiasm Shown In First Aerial Event in History of Kentucky Nothing that has taken place In Kentucky In recent yearu has aroused near the interest that is being manifested in The Times Meet that Is to be hold In Loulsllle at Churchill DmnlJ on June IS and lU and recent acldevemencts In aeronautics have servEd to create an lu erle de tire on the part of ovary person both old and young to see aeroplanes In ac tlon The recent remarkable rllgb cf Glenn H Curtiss who flow 130 miles from Albany to New York and the I revcu performance of Louis Paulha the Frenchman who flew from London to Manchester in EtEund are still fresh In the Public mind and as Curtis heads a team of avlatlons to appear at The TImes Meet tliousards will Jouuney from all parts of the State to see this wonderful birdman- dupllcute some of his remarkable feats De des Curts will be Charles K UamlllC11 who has entered for the 30000 prize mgl from New York to Chicago C J Dud Mars who also will try for this handsome purse Horace D WIld who Is to essay a flight from Chicago to Louisville by aeroplane and Carl Bates who Is al so a daring nkypllot Every railroad In Kentucky and Southern Indluna has made reduced rages for the two days of the meet and tickets will be good returning on the Monday following In addh lon many railroads wlll run ilpeclal excursion ttuins to Louisville or this occasion on which the fares wUl be remarkably low Every indIcation say rallrcud offcials iv for the lllrgOt crowds on Juno 18 and 19 that have ever come to rhis city The aviators obtained lIy The Times have already proved their mettle and the meet promises In every wuy to ouutr1 any other glen In the United Suites The Ttmcs is EIHnl1ln- gthousarQi ct dollars to brIng these bfnlmen io Louisville and the erltal- irlse doubtless will prove attractive to thoneands of persots all over the Saute few or whcm have ever seen an aeroplare In action Thus its educational value will make It well worth the time of everybody who wishes to keep abreast of the times- CENTERTOWN Juno SProf Lawrence of Dundoc Is here visiting 11Is ulster Mrs Chas OvertonMrs E M Morton has returned home after ra visit to parents in Utica Mrs Oclr Blthop of Corhln is hero visiting lien sister Mrs O 1L Bishop Mr R V caldwell Louisville visited the family ct H H Davis last week Miss Ira Shown visited friends and relatlvcu hire last week- We hall two irs uotivo sermons do 1 ivcned here Sunday and Sunday night by ilev J W hinges of Kingawood College Mr W F James of thds place and Mies Nellie hook were united IIn mar niage lt the home of the brads In HardlnSburg last Wednelay lit 1030 oo ockThelr many friends wIsh them a Long and happy life FOR THE BUSY READER The annual meeting of the stock holders or the Pennsylvania Company lines west was held at PLtsburg The board of directors was reelected S The Hon SWagar Shorloy was re nominated for Congress by the Democrats of the Fifth district over his opponent State Senator H V Now comb 5 It became known that Walter A Flotcb wallknown as an artist who died Monday night in a hospital in 1 Greenport Long Island had commit ted suicIde 5 Miss Elizaboth Tyler Waller a nice of Mrs JtfCelfOn Davis lcd a great granddaughter of President Tyler dIed at Savanah Ga Sho will be burl ed in Richmond Va 5 Sir William Francis Butler dIed In London He was born In 1S3S and had a desttnguIehed career serving lit Eggt and Souh Africa and on spa clul missions to Canada 5 Attorney General Wickersham do- cided that Rlchald Parr is entitled to recover tram the Government the amount ot hIs claim tar InformL- t10n given In the sugar weighing cues 5 The house adopted a special rule which placed the postal savings bank bill on Its way to final pas ge wish the debate limited to eight hour The rule cuts off all possibility of amendment r Mrs Nancy foster Dead Mrs Nancy Foster widow of Dr Isaac Foster died at her home at Della last Saturday afternoon ut 1230 She had been III only a day or so and her death was quite a shock to the community Funeral services were conducted at Mt Hlrmon church Sunday afternoon by Rev R D Bennett and Rev Crane Interment following at that place Mrs Foster was In her 69th year She was the third wife jInumberHlntn The deceased hind been a member of the Methodist church since childhood WILD VARMINT DESTROYS STOCK PantherLike Creature Has Neigh borhood TerrorizedShots- Do Not Affect It Providence Ky June 6Unlnjuroo by the hundreds of shots which have been r red Lt during the Rust- week a strange varmint which huJ taken up Its abode In the vicinity of the Ruckman tines ls creating much excitement In the nethbolJ1ccd Chtl- dren are not allowed out after dark and men go armed Two calves and a half doozen sheep have been found mangled In the fields The anImal is being dercrlbed as being a tacit and a halt tall and thrOO feet long and resembles a panther Persons who have seen It declare that the beast has fiery eyes which can be seen la the darkness for a dstancd shows no tendency to flee but Is ag- grESSive and advances upon the ene my with a determination which strikes terror Into the hearts or the brave t- Recently the varmint was seen by a number of men while passing the mina = Its eyes like two coals of fire penetrated the darkIJes1 and held thorn fascinated asthe unknown animal approached The men stopped as they believed that the beast would hesitate from advancing with In shooting distance but they were mistaken for the two balls of dire in creased lit size and brightnces and the strange animal showed no sign of fear as It camesteis by step nearer When within a few yards from where they were standing several of the men opened fire upon the creature but it Paid no heed to the show er of bullets fired at It The men turned and ran but were unable to followIPlans are being made to organize a searching party and go in hunt of the mysterious anImal rrhe mere In the panty will arm themselves hoav l1y anti wilt carry sufficient Imlmunl tdon to fill the hide of the beas until it Is unable to walk If they are unable to kill It outright Your Taxes To the Tax Payers of Ohio County I have received my tax books for 1910 and am now ready to issue rev- celpts and trust that you will not watt to be seen by myself or one of my deputies but will came forward and SoJttle as early as oa9lble- Respectfuuy II IT H Bl4ACK S O C rrv rr p a F I llk i DEMOCRATS MAKE POOR SHOWING HAVE HARD WORK TO MANUFACTURE ANYTHING LIKE GOOD CAMPAIGN MATERIAL PARTY RECORD IN THE WAY 8pouters Loudest In Condemnation of the New Tariff Law Have Nothing to Say of the WlllonGorman Measure So Disastrous to the Countr- yWashingtonDemocratic leaders In congress are now making campaign material To be sure It Is not very good material but the best obtainable A party without a record or whose small record Is so bad that It cannot be defended Is not In a very strategetlc position when It comes to speech ma king for campaign purposes The general point ot Democratic attack Is tho tariff and yet we cannot find In a single speech any reference to the only Democratic tariff law or the past halt century There Is no allusion whatever to the conditions or business or labor or capital under the operation ot the WUsonOorman lawChamp Clark Underwood Sulzer Byrd Borland and the two new accl dental members Havens and Foss made long and studied attempts to condemn the present tariff law but all sang much the same song AU these protective tariff haters had a good word to say for the tariff ot 1846 and 1867 which brought auch disaster to American Industry None ot them however had a kind word to say for the Wilson Gorman tariff but alt were Quite sure Ir they had the opportunity they would rovlse the present law so tar downward that the American con sumer would be able to buy anything ho wanted from any part or the earth as long as ho had anything to buy It with The Democratic tariff talker does not seem to realize that when we open our ports to the Importation or cheap foreign made goods that an eQulva lent amount or American made goods must always bo displaced and that the ractorltesthese Democratic orators it not all would Increase our free list so as to fncludo lumber wool and woolens cot ton goods agricultural Implements boots and shoes and aU other products Qr leather and hundreds or other products which could not be made In this country without adequate protec Lion This would soon mean putting American labor on the same level with that or the poorest paid countries abroad It would mean that we would have to compote not only with continental Europo but with Japan and oth er Asiatic countries Republicans State Facts While the Democrats have been making pleas un those lines such Re publican leaders as Payno Fordney Boutell fill Longworth McKinley Hamilton Townsend Itoeder Camp bell Young and many others have been contendIng that the present tariff law Is the best that wo ever had or at least the best that we could get and that under its operation both from a reve flue and Industrial standpoint the country Is reaping such benefits as we bavo never before enjoyed It Is Interesting to compare those Democratic and Republican speeches The Democratic speeches are or course entirely negative excepting where as sertlons are made as to what the party would do Ir It had the chance but there is no mention made ot what It did do when It did have the chance On the other hand the Republican speeches are filled with tables or fig ures with tho records or commerce with the amounts or revenue with the Increased number ot those employed and the Increased wages which haVe come under our new law The Democratic orator claIms that prices have been raised because or the tariff the Republican orator tells us In reply that the tariff was reduced on every article upon which the price has been raised These speeches which were made while the sundry civil appropriation LIIl was under debate prove that the tarIff Is to be one or the principal Is sues or the campaIgn or rather not the tariff question so much as the dls- cusslon or the results ot tho operation or the law under which we are now living or course when It comes to this point the Republicans have a tar better argument In short the Demo crate have no argument at all because no one can coucolve how present Indus trial and financial conditions could be bettered under any revision that could be brought about by the Democratic party It Is believed now that the session will be prolonged until after July 1 but that tho result will mean the passage of several very Important bills and the enactment ot most beneficent legislation There seems no doubt whatever but that the railroad bill will be passed and receive the Indorsement or almost the entire Republican vote In both houses all well as the approval ot tho president It seems too quite likely that a postal savings bank law will be enacted All to the rest or the legislation pending It Is too early to predict but already itls sate to all sume that the work ot the flat gress under the Ilmlnlstratlon ot President Tart In Us special and first session will ho equal to It not exceed that of any previous congress for many years DemocratIc Keynote Champ Clarks keynote speech at tacking the Payne tariff late probably will appeal to practical politicians as- a clever utterance but since Jt Is neither frank nor fair It will not appeal to the great body of American voters who are beginning to demand a square deal even In the discussion of partisan Issues Mr Clark not only deals In those halt truths which frequently are as bad a falsehoods but deliberately misquotes Chairman Payne In an effort to be facetious NothIng In the Repub lican leaders speech defending the tariff law which boars his name can be trlsted or distorted Into meaning what Mr Clark professes to believe It means that reductions or duties Increases cost to the consumer Mr Payne cited higher prices for I wool and lumber despite decreases In the schedules bearing on those sub Jects to show that other Influences hoistIofferingIMissouri statesman possesses was un equal to the task cut out It the Democrats hope to win on a campaign or mIsquotations and mlsrep- resentatlons they have misjudged the intelligence and Integrity or American citizensThe keynote Is a dIstinct disappoIntment even to Republicans who would like to see a little original Ity Injected Into Democratic methods andItoGold and the Tariff After making a thorough investigation or conditions affecting the cost or living the special committee appointed by congress to Inquire Into the sub Ject hasrived at the conclusion that the great inn + ease In the production or gold the world over has brought about unfortunate consequences Those thoughtless persona who were Quick to lay the blame for high prices on the new tariff law should find this report particularly Instructive The cost or necessities or life have been constantly and more or less steadily advancing for more than a decade before the new tariff went Into effect And It Is Ii significant coincidence that almost uniformly throughout the world the In crease In food prIces has been colncl dent with the Increase or gold production During the year 1908 the total gold production or the world was 443434 627 During the following year the total reached 457667280 or an Increase or more than 14000000 or thIs In crease more than 5000000 Is credited to the United States and our gold im ourIday by Mr Payne whose name the tariff bl11 bears one reason for the In creasing cost or living Is not only the great Increase In the production at gold but the cheaper methods or pro ducIng It In the race or these clearly established conditions It Is puerile to charge the tariff with responsibility for the higher prices The cost or living has increased even on articles that have been substantially reduced In the tariff schedules As pointed out by Mr Payne all kinds or arm products meats butter eggs poultry hides leathers shoes and cotton were reo duced In the tariff schedules yet the housekeepers or thlll country know tha the price ot butter vegetables eggs shoes etc have not been reduced The price or rood and clothing have risen In thIs country with the general tendency or Increased prices ot such articles all over the world and entirely irrespective or tariffs As wu point ed out In the Journal the other day the now tariff has reduced leather and shoe schedules to the point or allow Ing American dealers to go to England and buy shoes to bring to America and sell them hero In competition with Amerlcanmade shoes yet the man or woman who goes to buy a pair 01 shoes finds that he must pay more than he dId several years ago for the CityIIWhy a Democratic House Let the prognosticator go as tar as they like however for tho sake or ar- gumentI and assume that It the next house be Democratic we shall have tariff revision along Democratic lines How will the country like that We had the Wilson bill of 1894 For a year before Its passage we had soup houses and general depression due to rear or Its effects and for three years wideIsprea prosperltyto 1907 We are Immeasurably bette- off In every way than we were 1893 to 1897 the last Cleveland term and under the Democratic Wilson bill and there Is an upturn all along the line which gIven goo crops thlll year promises an era or business manuLcturing and employment such u the United States with all Its past record or material achIevements has never witnessed One of the Useful Arts Has young Gambogs given up arU Oh no But he looks so prosperousand I havent seen anything he has painted for a long time He has Quit painting and is now a highly successful desIgner and roster ot wedding cakes iJL061BY M F SHARP Urging the Farmers to Coperate and Stand Together forTheir Mutual Protection 1 One or the best and most logical OOchcfI over hoard In thla city on the question of farmers organizing for thOr mutual protecttiov waS delivered SaturdfY afternoon In the dy court room by M F SlmJ1p or Nar roWs Ky state organizer for the American Scluty or Equity Mr Sharp Is a forcihlesp eaker nUll convinc his hearers that he has s udtld the subject ot whteh he speaks I ills addrans was In the Intercat of the A S or E and so convincing was his argument In favor or the farmers Sticking to rho soclsy that who he had fInished many who had lagged behind In dues paid up and were reinstated Eeviceal new members were added to the union The tlroker was bitter In his de nunclaUon ot those who tried to cause II split In any farmers organization and said when any ono came with a wedge to split the safety In twain no mattor U It was tbe Stemming Assoofattton or any other raI1D organization the fellow who tried It should be drummed out of tdie order- and shunned lie snid It was POrron al and selfish ambition that caused a mtn to undertake such a snore and that no mm ought to be convinced that by splltttog a log In faro It wa- stronger In spooking or the effort to hav8 two tobacco OlIng soclotles here he said that man let their pre judieas got the bother or their Judg mont sometimes and that by having two oryanlzntions the purpose or sucIJ organizations were weakened Tile enemy would take the two factions to fight with and cause dissensions and shifethat would soon pnt bath sock4lES out or business He said Union Is what the farmers want DI visIon is to be shunned and scoffed at He urged the tarullers Ito gut to gather and tight shoulder to shoulder Mr Sharp saId that every farimtx- sorganizstien that had boon fonds to control price and Mrerlt the of ming clans had sprung from the A S or E and he endeavored to show that It would be much clrcaper and oasfer to pool tobacco through the local unions than to pool under the present system or employing soUcHon to make a housetohouse canvass He illwfrated that the farming class was nil liawertu1 It they would assert their power He said when they were prsperous the merchant was prosperous alto but when the farmer WM crushed by the Truits and was only halt paid for MS products the mer chant felt lila poverty as keenly at did the farmer Jiimatihf TOIe speaker assorted that when the tanner Iii happy and prosperous the nation Is safe but when he Is halt ted and clothed and dragged out a mLCIrable existence shin tIle natIon Is in dau oftthe farmers In orgundzlug was see and only to the cause or the ravolu tonary war That our forefathers rtibdkd because they were taxed witr out rlJlrescn1atlon and that the tar mens WlC rebelllllg today btrause they had to seU without llarg any voice in the prricos or the arlcle they sold Iio raid that everythin from the newsbOy up to the rlehut oo- poration5 wore orgnlzed and the only way to need tthent was by counter or ganlzatton lie referred to the miters and showed how they had bettered their condition by banding togohe and said that the rarnmnI by organizing solidly could mire with the greater capltti sts lo Clio world tar ho had the bread ot lifehe fed and clothed the world and the man t millions wasabounU to favor the tarmell to order to get the thlnes that t1lc10Jg life He urged ilhe farmers to get Into the A S of E and pool then products as well IIi tobacco and nld that they could control prices and cope With the devil and his hosts He favored organization nid makleg- a rule thaJ no one but members he allowed to pool He paid hIs respects to the man who would not pool his marrket and get the benefit or the farm ers who did pool He said It was 13- slloIklrfg ats mflking a neighbors ow through a fence and that the dumper had no buSiness anywhere but Nith- I the truss or the devil He said these tetkms generally said that they cad Ilittend to their own buslneis Oon4- Itlnniirrg Zllr Sharp sad WthtJ91 talonsleave them to Gtttnd to t awn bualneos dent go about hem ldt thorn thrash thnh own wheat axd roll bhelr own logs and Cie will soon find that he cant eau his yawn bll61- i1ess with his neigtbor against him IInJd wilt porno irAo the union There ja no use to use vtoenceycm can or ganlze without th9trrbe trusts cant exist Without the cooperation of the farmer and the tazinr whO refugee to pool his products and help the men who are striving tar better condlZlons dsa worse enemy to osiganizatloa- than the trusts Some mien are so tallsh that they bold a ten cent piece so claso to their eye they cant see the 20 gold piece about three toot awayCdbenden Record Press Notlec The law partrmhlp heretofore existing between C loL Barnett and C E Smith under Ute firm name ot Barnett Smith has boon dIssolv ed In so tar as the practice of crimi nal cases In all of the courts Is concerned since Mr Smith has been elected to the office of County At torney AU Civil business will be con ducted by the firm honcetorth as In the put and the partnership for that purpose will continuo Mr Barnett will prMactlce criminal cares In aU ot the courts C li DARNETT 42t4 C E SMITH Traits of Benjamin Franklin When Benjamin Franklin Rae a young man just before he started ln business for himself ho went from Philadelphia to Boon to make a visit of three days at his fathers home That he might enjoy every minute or the time wIth hits fathorho insisted upon goIng Into the soap factory and candle shop to work With himOn the afternoon ot the thIrd day us they walked down the garden path art the toot of which the factory stood the father who had appeared unusually bright Iud happy during the whOle visit IbectIDO quite rod at the thought of patIdhg kirat was to ensue and gave hIs boy come excellent ud- vfce He said Woe part tomorrow and perhaps never to meet again Then O my son what I wretch ware man without religion Yes Den wl lout the hope or immortality how much trotter lie had never boon born Without these his noblest capacities were bttt the grearter CUM S The moro delightat hlti rrlredhIqJS the snort deodlul the thought that they may be ex 1ngulshed forever and the gayer his prospects the deeper his gloom that endlt darkness may fO qu 1clY cover all We weo yesterday feeding fond hOpesmy son We Were yesterday painting bright case lta tll the nlr you were to be a great man and ahampy father But am this is the last day my child that we emery ever see each ether asuln and the wd reverse of this may eveni now be DJt the door when J instead of hearing of my sons glory in Philadelphia may hear that lie Is cold Ill the grave And when you retuimdng after years of vir- luous toll rdurnhgladen with riches and honors for your happy father to share In may see nothing or father but the tomb that covers his dust Yes Del this may soon be the case with us my child the dark curtain of our reparation may drop und your cheeks or mine 1e flooded with orrol But thanks belo God that eurlaln wlll rho again and Open to our view those scenes of happiness one glance at which Is sufflclent to staL the tear of transpont Info our ayes UnllFlon assures us all or this religion assures us that Ute lm but the morn ng or our existencethat thane Is a glorious eternlhy beyond and that to the penitent death Is but the par ago to that life where they shall 30011 mee again to leant no more lint to congratulate their mutual e- lIelIt forever Then 0 my son lay hold ot religion and secure an Intepst In tliose blessed hopes that cltntrlbllles EO much to the vtlIUS and the joys or life It would be hard for any lither to give letter advice to any son No son entering Ullon the activities or- bulncsi life could do beter than to take the advice Franklinsfathergave to Inuanlt which ho followed so faithfully endTo cure LaOrippe Colds In Z4 hours take LaUrippelU your drsttlst does sot keel hem send 25c ts J C Mendenhall Medicine Co fmSTllle lad and get them post paid Guaranteed The TooAthletic Girl It Is dtlhl3t thFtl gentle femlnino I girl Is coming back drfto favor The Strenuous reign of her ntthkf1c sister t is wundng Mod ratbon In tall thlngs1tS the per recUan ot Ute espoetuRy Un women and their nthlotLo Rneetans In our Nodberry Staten he sudden fad for bvoythderg athletic ds slowly and surely unfitting ilhe rmodeIll1I rgtdl far the gmHed and snore 1ooullitrul tilde of home life Whether the girls lire- roeggiiztig sitar mat thPJ Jmeullare The girl ct the ktotgecevatlom Ute heroine lOt the IOl noilne wm tIoO fie bte yerhaps and a lVJJtle undaeaJUiy hilt tout she anode the bert anpllher the world hits evvr known the pres Marble and Granite Monuments THE THOMAS MORUMEKTAL WORKS Hartford i WHAT IS WRONG With ourftPublic Schools y cqByJOSEPH ROGERS articles wIdespread comment 4press America in Pb LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE E IT READ Special to TeachersPb ADDRESS Yt fi Lippincotts Magazine Philadelphia P fi ent generation will cheerfully But the uptodate girl to the other extreme She aftcr tho hard muscle and violence cf ex crott1ve exorcIse losure moment Is on too golf links on the court in the gymnasium IIt the club and she is even find- Ing a for Jleroolt on the football twld She has no time for the daJnty per renal attentions to herself that arc EO inflnttfgy attractive to those mirth she lives no time for mental culure or the dWflorallerJt of musical and artistic talents give abundant pleaaure to her JJ1t and her friends and ncqUafIDrUTCC3 Instead she develops Into the loud voiced skirted shorthaired flat young anImal small talk is all of tM field err Ohs gym or the club and who haa no sympaity with any or the other and infinitely higher that go to make Ill tho sum of Ute One needs only to witruEm a Iwo mans toot ball team at play to real Ize that it de boys aU the finer EUS Ctliblllttes ot and robs her or rho indefinable womanly grace that comes not or hard but or- sll1Jle muscles are exercices that legitimately belong to women and dvkp herb st physical possdbilttles bt football lJ aylns baseball playltrg boxing and gunnirts are not them Such smorta npring only from masculine and develop wilyy mras culdn qualiries of body and brain Men aTe perceptibly to sot their races agairilnt the women who do these things Men want to wlvcs not athletes Memphis NowsScimtar Children Cry FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Not in Bible We were invited to dinner the oh- er ev iidrg my wife and I said n preacher by i4ome peer plo who had JUSit title the ttarish Inadvertently my w lre had allowed the maid to go out that day which the oonsLdETAtfonof my boy who ills just 6 poao old ly wile rrolop1Iond askltig lit it be agreeable to Ibrlng the youngster or course the new pJrlshlcnm replied that they be delighted So we went M dtmter I was asked to saN grate and not with this the fam ily to t in tuna a passage of Scripture or The BenutJtudes seemed to make the most popular appeal and when my turn came I SloW a twinkle in his eye but was dcarcoly prepared for wbirt followed With n look of extreme ho his and ocotaJm- ed Dlessed are ivho sit on a tacit tor they rise agora more Cahrrii this sec Uonor the country aU otllnr die eaSE put toJtther and untl1 she fat w years was supposed to be incur able For a many yearn doctors p nouno lIt a local dlsoalo and prescribed local remedies and by ron slantly failing to Cure with lomltreat- memt pronounced It nLcurable Science haa proven eatarrb to be 0 oDltitu Our buedaese Is devoted exclusively to the GT1mlte Marble and and being thcrobghiy prnctt cat In same enables us to now your TeQulrments We only handle the very best Grande and Marble and our rop- utation hu gained on just this class ot goods Lot us show yoU in dollars and cents that it de to your interest to buy of us We gladly refer you to any ot the parties wo have furnished as to our honesty and rei3ponstbiHty In dealings Ky fi I M P creating from the = and educators of running = GET IT = = Rates Given fi- Yt admtt mshem rUShES Every spent tennis place whom which ehort heelcd whose elemerts human womens nature There among instincts begtnning strenucu marry FOR One Sultan Island moved InvolvEd would would satisfied bgasr The brevity boys ploy folded hands those eball mbel1Ols is than great Stone trade Now tlotnl treatment Halls catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Is the only constitutional cure on the market It Is taken tntmnaily In doses from 10 drops to It- teaspootJful It acts directly on the blood and mucous BUrctac of the system They offer one hundred dollars tar any St It tails to cure Send for clrcWalrlS and testimonials AddresJ F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 7Gc Take Halls Family PUb for con BUpatton m 5- FAIRDANES 1 MOR Gasoline Engines Pumps water grinds toed shells corn c Works every day at a small cost to operate AU sizes for all purposes Send tar catalogue 802 Address FAIRBANKSMORSE 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 will send your order to us you- cqn get The HAHTFORO REPUBLICAN 1 AND TH- ELOUISVILLE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 450 The Loulavllle Times is the PaperPrinted Has the best crops otcorrespond ents Covers the Kentucky field per feetly Covers the general news Leld completely Has the best and fullest markets reports Democratic iQ politics but fair to everybody Send Your Subscr1ptiQli Right Away LouisvilleTimesI j ti THE SPAT NrLOG DRAG How to Build and Use This New Device A Claimed That it is The Cheapest and Best of All Road Makers One of the latest publleattons Is 4sued by the ofd ie of public roads of the United Skates deqartment ot agriculture treats ot the splltlog drag an implement which numerous lxperl1nen8 haye conclusively ohawn to be the gr2atast possible troop to keep earth roadS smooth and Ip3fCe Because of Us slmpl1city 1t3 eUlclen cy awl its cheapnEss both do eon strucUon anti operation It Is destined to come moro and more Into gen oral use With the drag Properly built rand its use well understood heh imaintenance ot earth roads becomes u hntJle and Inexpensive matter At the present time there are approximately 2000000 miles of earth roads in the United States Some of the most Important ot these roads vIII eventually he improved WIth ot lack of funds or suLtble materials tany others which are equally Impof taut cannot be so improved on account of lack of funds or suitable matezlala while still others will not cquIro such treatment because of his light traffic to which they are subjected FOr these reasons the majority ot our roads must be maintained as earth roads rOT many years to come This must Iro done by inexpensive methods and the spUtlog drag will be a powerful aid If economy Is the criterion demanded In the contruction or this implement carp should be taken to make It so light that one man can lift It with easel a light drag responding were readily to various methods ot hitching that a heavy one as well as r T to the shlftllg ot the position ot the operator The best material for a splitlog drag is a dry red cedar log though red elm and walnut ire ex cellent and box elder soft maple hand even willow are superior to oak Hickory Or ash The log shouM be- l between 7 and 10 feet long and from 10 to 12 Inches In diameter at the d butt end It should he split careful ly as near the center as 0631ble- und the teaviest and best slab chosen fourInchesto the middle ot the read bore a twoInch hole whIch Is to receive across stake At a distance of 22 Inches from the other end of thefront slab locate the center for another crosS stake The hole for the middle stako will be on a line connecting and halt wry between the two Then place the back slab in poattion and from the end whIch Js Ito drag In the middle of the road measure 20 Inches for the center of one cross stake and sIx Inches from the other end locate the center ot the apposite stake The hole for the center stake should be located halt way beltween the two AU these holes should be carefully bored perpendicular Or at right anglos to the face of the split IjilliiIfwill be round that when the holes of the front amd back slabs are brought opposite each other one end J ot the back slab will be 16 Inches near er the center of the roadway than the front one That gives what is known as rot back The stakes which pro 30 Inches long will hold the slabs this dIstance apart When the Sltakw have boon UllIuly wedged Jruto their sockets a brace about IJWO inches thick and four Inches wide may be placed diagonally to them at the ditch end ot the drag Aclpat ed board to placed between the slabs and across the stakes for the driver to stand on By many It Is deemed boot to piece A strip of iren along the lower face of the front slab for a lCudtlng blade and to Prevent the drag from wearing The drag may be fautened to tho doubletreo by means ot a trace chain The chain should be wrapped around the terhand or par stake find passed over tho front slab Raising the chain at this end ot the slab permits the earth to drift pot the fact of the drag The other end of the chalet should be passed through a hole lit the opposite end ot the front slab and held bya pia passed through a link For ordinary purposes the hitch should be so made that the unload ed drag will follow the tetam at an- tr angle of about 45 degrees The team should be drivenWlth one horse on either side of th4 rightbnllld ylieel track or iyltlhe tuli lot sth of POrtIon to be dragged kind shade to- i r r 1 1 Follow this advice foodsItsmen as Prof FIsher of Yale BrowneLLDFItS studyingthe differentfoodsabsolutely cafe to follow Professor Fisher found In his ex perimentsfor testing the strength and endurance of athletes that the meat eaters were exhausted long before the asQuakerance of the non meat eaters were about eIght times those of the meat eaters sayseateat It frequently rRegular size lOc packages and hermetically sealed for hot Climates return half ot the roadway Such treltment will move the earth toward the center ot the roadway and raise It gradually above the surrounding level The best rosults have been obtaIn ed by dragging roads once each uuy- after each heavy rain In some cases bowed ono dragging every three or lCI weeks has been found sufficient J keep a road in good condition When the loll Is moist but not stlckly the drag does Its best work As the soil In a field wlll bake It ploughed wet so the road m911 bake It the drag Js used on It when It Is wet It the roadway is lull ot holes or badly rutted the drag should be used once when the ground Is koft and slushy This Is particularly applicable before a cold spell in wlelter when It Is possible to to prepare the surface that it will freeze smooth Not infrequently conditions are met which may be overcome tlY a slight change Ill the manner ot hlfch Ing Shortening the chain tends to lire the front slab and make the cut ting slight while a longer hitch causes the front slab to sink more deeply Into the earth and act onflhe principle ot n plow It n furrow ot earth Is to be mov ed the doulJletree should be at tached close to the ditch end of the drag and the driver should a and with one foot on the extreme for ward end of the front slab Conditions are so varied In different localities however that It Is quite impossible to lay down specific rules Certain sections of a roadway will require more attention than others because of steep grades wet weather spring soil conditions exposure to sun and wind washes etc There Is one condition how ever In which special attention should be given Clay tads under persistent dragglngs frequently become loo high In the center This may be corrected by dragging the earth towardsthe center ot the road twice and away from it once There Is no question as to the economy of thIs roadmllklng Imple ment either In first cost or In Operation In six counties in Kansas In 190G the cost ot maintaining ordinary earth roads without the aid of the splitlog drag averaged 4250 a mile These figures were furnished by ProteaJor W C Iload of the University ot Kansas who secured thorn from official records or the counties Some fIgures furnished by F P Sanoorn and R H AlsMon general manager of the Chicago Northwestern railroad hllle revenled the wonders ot thIs simple device Mr- Sanborn said the least expense per mile Iler annum for split log diag- ging was 150 tire greatcet a little over 6 and the average expouse per mile for 5 2 miles a little over 3 I have lived along this road nU my life and nevor In forty years have I seen It freer from mud and dust despite the taut that during the season we have experienced the ex tremoa of weather conditions The testimony of Mr Ah3hton Is equally strong Learning that a township In Iowa lead been qllaIclng an investigation or the fllJUtlog drag and had been experimenting with it for a year on 28 miles of highway he seat an agent to secure information Jt was relented that although the town board hd1 aid the cost ot making the drags and of hiring men to operate them the total expense for one year averaged but 240 a mile and the roads were reported to have bEen Like u race track the greater portion ot the year Ladles Take Notice We can clean and press your coat suits skirts Jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and mutts All word guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford Pressing Club CASTORIAFor Infants nd Children The Kind You Hare Always Bought fears the 711 Stsn e of S I INDICTMENTS DISMISSED No More Trials for T S Anderson I Three True BIlls Go Off Docket As Result of Letter From Pro secuting Attorney Ia circuit court Friday afternoon Commonwealth Attorney Sam V Dixon entered Q motion to dismiss the three Indictments against T S An derron the former Owenshoro banker who was round guilty on ltay 14 and sentenced to etghtEeIII months confinement in the suite gamitentiary says the Henoormn Oh caner In entering the motion Ur Dixon read l1 letter wrlltten by Commonwealths Attorney Ban D Ringo and C T FInn county attorney of the Da vices circuit court in which they stated that the citizens ot OwenstJo1O and Davless county were satisfIed rwith the verdict Mr Dixon filed the litter wIth life reasons why the indictments were dismissed The law requiros the Commonwealthi attorney to file written reasonu on ead Indictment dismissed The reasons Mr Dixon advanced were that Anderson was prosecuted on the strongest case that owing to his advanced age It would be a hard mater to again convict him The three Indictments that were dismissed charged Anderson with receiv- Ing deposits when he knew his bank was insolvent embezzlement and making false entries Anderson was convicteil anti received a sentence of elghtel1 months Ie was tried at OwenslJoro and given three years In the penlentlaI1Y The ease watt appealed to the court or appeals which bandy reversed the case on the grounds that a change of YenUJ should have beer granted the Idernll ant The taro was transferred to hIs county and at the January term ot court Anderson was tried but thu jury faded to agree Moon a verdict Two days after his conviction Ire was sentenced and was taker at iris own request to the ElldvtlIeo penitentiary by Sheriff Abbott Steps the Cough heals the Lungs QUICKSMCOUQU NE If not better then JUlyother money back J C itENDENffAIJMEDlCINECO P VANSVILL9 IND S No Dodging the Issue The City Council has offered a re ward 2iiOO for the capturo and conviction ot Alma KIUners murderer John Whallen has added 1000 Tire TIme and CourJerJaurnn1 apologists for the local administration have cons forward with an ofoi of 2iiO These evidences ot interest are all creditable but they cannot be allowed to cover lip the disclosure ot Inefficiency existhg in the police md detective departments ot the city Such extraordinary means ot accolnitlishing the ends of Justice probably would peer have been necrsary had the au thorlUs displayed in the first place airy intddtgence In their tand1Irug of the Kellner nlystery Day by day the sacred bunkliog- whdcit Is now identified so olosely witi the crime has been revealed rug a veil- table charnel house with ghastiy evl- deaices of guilt senttclIu about its precincts flint these could have eluded u proper search of the promises hud such been made It Is inrpeslblo to believe It was not made That lis t2io 11- 1ovltnble conclusIon and the 1OIJID- Illwe a rIght to know why But this deplorable failure ot the auhorIU to measure up to the most ordinary demands ot common sense in dealing with the case is only ti sur face phase or the paralyzing disease that hat3 gripped time Police Dopart ment of the city and for the uncireck ed ravages ot which Mayor head mus be held primarily resironsible Louisville Is being gIven again all illustration of how polities played as a game with tine police and det- rotlve5 as pawns demoralizes the force and leaveshe citizens a prey to the criminal From tire condltJlong that have prevatled during tho fbrnt six months ot Mayor lItlllls regime to a return of those that marked the close ot the Glflnger regime wIth disgrace and Ignominy culminating In the tlbauoh of the 1905 election Is only a natural process ot retrDgres- slon Unless something is done with vigor and promptitudo to end the reign ot the politician jn the Police Department l1 repetition of for leer experiences is inovltdtile The statement of Ed Tierney to the grand Jury In which lie admitted that the police force Divas being reorganized on political tines has never- been TJudlattd Mayor head has de- Nantiy remained silent lie continues Mr Tierney lIS Chairman of his Board ofPublic Safety and makes no excuse for bCmad no denial ol the charges that the men who stand between the people anti the criminal class am under the direction of Bucking hwal theater influences political tools su rvlcnt to time ambitions vt the Democratic party Mayo head must set He cannot shield himself behind rewards offend by Ii Geooral Council by his newspaper wpporterm and his Boss SUr1aas a step to such assurlllce here should bo a newt Board ot Public Safety pre stdcd over by a man whose affUiaitlonI with the Buckingham theater proprlir tore is nt a chef palildtal asset Loulsvllle Herald 0 Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement wit the publishers ot the Inland Farmer ot Louisville whereby we are enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper one year far 150 The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Jour nal and one ot the best farm tapers published In the United States Our readers should take advantage of this offer U JUDGE MASSIE DIES AT OWENSDORO Victim of Brights Disease and Had Been III for Several Months Judge C w Marsle ono of the best knowlI attorneys or the Owens born bar and for twenty years a citizen ot Owensboro died ofllrlghsd- iseaso at S oclock Saturday morn- Ing at the ironic or his mother Mrs I John blassle lie had Well ill rN the past five months but his con JI tlon was not serious ulr il a short time ago lie was born In Bedford county Va November 21 1822 anti WIL about tour years of ago when he came with his parents to Ohio coun ty where they located and where Judge Massele received iris early edu cation About twenty years aO became to Owtl1sooro where he locat ed and has ntado his home until overtaken by dentin lie woo far about eight years Judge ot the Ohmic county curt Judge Massie was popular with all who knew hint and was highly me spected lie was a nrambor or the Baptist church He was twico roar red and iris second wife who was a Mrs Ralph surrIved Srven childnii survive and they are J C James Joe B and John Massie Miss Zeus bit Massie Mrs Nora Lasw4I aid Mrs Maud Wlmtlt three brothers J C R E end J E Masalo and two sisters Mrs Vlctonla Watkhn and Miss Mary hassle survive His mother also survives Mrs John Mas- sie Thc funeral wlil take place at 10 oclock Sunday morning rent a- rejdullcc of hits nttrher Oil time Leitchfield road with services by the Rev C C Carroll Tire burial will ho In tire Emwotlll ceulet- lryChliaron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IA Jail Sentence for Wedding Present New YOrk June 2Jocr a wedding peeped to young lahnuud A Grigg hlm nfJllht1w or Seina4Ui nUvlNII IJ- or Colorado the court of genrerals- thn gave Itimu Mdar a fLu If 1000 said a eotrtenaa of ona day ill jail- Cuggenhni pleaded guilty tJ tine thitri vlolalllOn of tire t1lltolllfbU ljlt l law IIe aSle that tore sontence be- slmpeuded and 1 iiiisetdif such shoul- be tire jtrdgcnrt or rtlhe court lrs- iscrud never agalll 4tive an automobl ill tllls tltJ1to 6t was further trgd 0I11d1Tlye court turned a rhea ear The young nrllllonlrs imprison nrelit ltosvQver proved ytalhiug unbearable Sentence was passed W 215 p in At four oclockrihe legal day ends Dy courtesy of fire walllell- hu was allowed to EjhaiI a few iarfa- utes Iu laps count els Groom ChlldrariCry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Fine Land for Sale We have 460 acres ot fine bottom laud rom one and a halt to two miles ot Hartford part of It with Umber Also about 75 acres ot up land bolonging to the same tract Terms easy Apply at once to Barnett Smith Hartford Ky U and e11Tawa 00arNY nw roan CrTf I FULL for only 25 Tire regular price is S100 Those who bring or mail this to us within five days after seeing it and telling us where they saw It will bo able to have one reserved at the low rate of jt25 nooks and are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use i Second and Walnut r z district to I mooey list 111 kSep the bicYciehip it hick to us at our expense tt se cwt oxr ulWe lurnish the highest It Is possible to make Ilnlee behind your bicycle llO 1r 1111 a bicycle or pair 01 ttes from anyone whm you receive our beautiful catalogue ant than any other factory Ware satisfied with U profit above loam wetI J IIiCYCLli IISA1eilty can cell our biry 1ei under your own tome plate at double our price Orden filled the day received promptly at prices rang oz tram t3 to tlH or tie bargain lists mailed free BRAKES IhlIu heell11II1rt roller chains and repairs and I s 50 HE S e c Tilt r ular retail price ofhere sires is SfJ per pair but to introduce rill rvill- ftllyou asanpiepri IllS 18OVah wit h ort SI5J PUNCTURESIOver two hundred thousand now in use Madelnall sizes Itlsliveiq aII I ye1 d t e d La ed nsidewlth CASTORIA For Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTOR1AI It- N PURCHASINGSave BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS advertisement stationery IIlINEACNiOWN exhibitssamplewJOrBrwarra11dr0rrialogrratonrr Webiptocleandputerodebicycles littoa JaclaryrimswasdrJwlrylmo0rwesWecanmakes butYSWCOASTER A DGETHORNaPUNCTUREPROOF A SELFHEALING TIRES olSAMPLEoFnxiR DESORIPTitINr the J17porousInithealrtoesape WehvehundeedsoClttersrromsatl 6edcustonlerntnllngthntlhelrUreshneonlybeenpumpdand and vearea puncture rIm strfuan OIdlnary tire the to lr cutting This by tree will outlast any other tread Theregularpriceoftltesetires tsstSo perpalrbutformake Sl1FT iSLAJTIO anti eare eclalfactory prlcelo RID1NG onapprovalWe will allow a eas s 5 per cent thereby making the price 3455 pu pair If you IIIsndltllrtousisagwfeasInabankTvear better last longer and look linn than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price We orderWeIF YOU NEED TIRES dot an kind at any price until you send for II pair or edgelhom PunctureProor tires on approval and trial at whirlsdescribesbut write us R postal today VO NOT Tl1lNJt OF BUYING II bicycle wonderfulotTenJ La MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL 4ef r Hartford Republican BaUred according to law at the Pottofflc JUrtford Ky as man matter ot the second Clue C M BARNETT EDITOR rzPaor s- c b1nHH40aouch 31vzI FRIDAY JUNE 10 New Orleans seem to have the caU on that Panama exposition The month ot May did not give the Sunday School picnics a square deal K the price of dining tablet In creases the contingency can be met very will with a smaller table at present The Republican ane Democratic par ties of Illinois will be considerably reduced If the penitentiary gets Its just deserts Nicaragua is once mare before the loot lights However it cant las Jong as the JohnsonJeffries light Is to take place next month The Police force of Louisville and the Law and Order League are in the same box so far as detection and prevention of crime is concerned So far the new king of England has not committed any serious blunder or performed any great deed which would attract world wide attention Senator Chamberlin says victory Is Just ahead of the democracy So is the Treaty bird Just ahead of the Email boy who has a handfull of salt When our Democratic friends point us to the Republican row in the Eleventh Congressional district here otter we will file the Seventh district Democratic row as an offset The Louisville City Police should be summoned to appear before the Law and Order League and Governor Will son should be invited to make one of his Friends and Neighbors speeches All this talk upon the part of our Democratic friends about candidates for State offices is trouble for noth ing The Republicans will nominate the State officers about this time next year Now the professors ait Yale are also against uncle Joe Cannon because he recently told the students of that Ins ltulon that they would not Iw handicapped very much in life by what they had heard there provided they would not take it too serious ITThe Burley Tobacco Society has cone Into politics and will therefore eventuallyego into liquidation Mr LeBus da evidently a good man o organize but not to perpetuate Someone also connected with this society Is lacking in the essentials of hones ty and square dealing Otherwise the American Society of Equity would have been paid the 5000 promised it for help to secure the 1909 pool The great dedication of the State Cfrnltol at Frankfort has come and gone and we gather from the dally patters that it was not very anuch of a success In any particular The people of Frankfort wkh a few ex ceptions took very little Interest In the event and the late Democratic officials who started the building we are told refitted to take any part In the proceedings and the attendance was very poor The capital of Ken tuckv should have been located else where than at Frankfurt Jut It is too late now to grieve over ppllled milk For years the people of that city have been engaged In a struggle to prevent its removal and have been lavish In money expended and time denoted to entertain legislative mum bers and members of the constitution al conventions etc Now that the cap flat is at Frankfort for all time the next hundred years will doubtless lw spent by these same ipeople and their ascendants in fleecing members of the legislature and visitors to the city with unreasonable hoard bills and no time loft for needless celebrations Vfe desire to add a tribute to the memory of Hon A D James whoso death is montloned elsewhere in this Issue He was for years a close friend of the editor of this paper and befriended him on many occasions Dr James has been one of the leaders of the Republican party not only In Western Kentucky but Jn the State as well He was the friend of all factions and had the confidence of leaders of the panty to such an extent that he was able on many occasions to act as peace tinker bringing about harmony thereby placing the party in position to wln a victory where failure was or attain Besides filling the office of United States Marshal for two terms and representing the Third Con GASlllontd District In the Lower House e of Congress tor one term Dr James was a member ot the Kentucky House of Reprresentatlves for a number of times represented Muhlecburg county in the Constitutional Convonlton and was twice elected State Senator He was also a member of the Worlds Fair commission at Chicago receiving his appointment from Governor John Young Brown In all of the public stations which he held In life no word of criticism for failure to perform his duty was ever heard He will be greatly missed from the coun cils of his party The Torrent Will Subside Soooner or later the truth will prevail The torrent of falsehood nbout the Tariff and the injurious effects thereof will subside ultimately and the general judgment will be for med on a calm survey of the qUES- tion In all bearings And the great majority of the American people doubt less will reach the conclusion which has been emphasized before when the direct Issue came upthat the advan tages of Proectioa outweigh the benefits of Free Trade and they will adhere to the system that has been tried so thoroughly and been found sure and safe Troy Times A Firm and Manly Protectionist VlvePresadent Sherman made a forcible and effective address In St Louis where he spoke before the Citi zens Industrial Association most of his talk relating to the Tariff and to some misconceptions regarding the present law Disclaiming any special reverence for particular schedules or concern for any one class of iirtorestfl as against others the Vice President took firm and manly ground as a Pro tecUonlst He Is for Protection as the best guarantee of American em ployment at American wages andns he added because I believe we should make at homo nearly every thing we can instead of buying It abroad Coupled with this was an exposition of the necessity of a Tariff system by which to obtain revenue for the Government Troy Times The Buying Power of the Con sumer Canada has a Protective Tariff and some foodstuffs and other things cost consumers less In Canada than they cost consumers In the United Staitca We are able to buy In our markets sonic things for less than Canudknw are able to buy them In their mar ket For the matter of that we are able to buy some things here for less than British consumers can buy them at home There are some advantage which pretty nearly every country has over others But that is not the quesUom The question is the buying power of the consumer here under our Tariff as compared with a Protected Canada a Free Trade Great Britain or any other country under whatever tariff system Nowhere else in the world la there the buying jwww of the American wageearner thc general consumer who earns his living and he makes up virtually itho whole of our rtee A days work for the man who Is earn ing his living In the Unted States un der our Tariff system will get him more of the food clothes and luxur- Ies he seeks will give him better housliigwlll provide him more amuse meets anti will enable him to lay up larger savings than are to ho had out of a days work on the average anywhere else on earth New York Press The Other and Worse Extreme There Is food for reflection by those who are interested in seeing to It that prices are values do not go to far down when the political effort to reduce them Is entered upon We are told that there must be further Tar iff reductions in order Mat comodl ty prices may I e reduced And from many aggressive Democrats Incoming the demand that the full possibilities of lowers prices shall be secured atone by disregarding Protection and defeating He reprseentatlves In that event lower prices will come here through quick Increased competition They will come through a flood of shipments to this county from the mills and factories of other coountrles We have had just that experience The reductions Included wages and property values and farm products and there reductions In prices brougl abbuot through extreme Tariff change were accompanied by prolonged per- Iods of prices so low as to actually put au end to business activity Not once or twice In the history of our country lies this occurred ibut on every occasion when the policy of protection has been abandoned In order to arbitrarily bring about a period of low prices and a widespread change In values This Is the extreme which should be avoided It Js a condition which every wage earner and every owner Is interested in Present prig In many directions may be too high but the other extreme is a far more destructive one oJ4 Still Good DoctrlM There is a duty of ten cents perI bushel on potatoes now dogs this enable the Jarmcr to get Ten cents a bushel more than they otherwise would get Let them answer the question now If it la rat true as to cotton and potatoes how It Is rendered U306S to cotton cloth Is there any magic In spinning and weav ins that will take cotton cloth out of the ordinary rules of trade which apply to everything else Theory s- OIl thingfacts another If you lot a man make his facts and then build hla theory upon them he will nave a very handsome theory and one that Is hard to over throw but In all such cases the facts will be contra dicted and then the theory will so far get aill of course A case of this kind occurred in Pltteburg a farm er who had made a theory that the duty was paid to the maker as well as the importer of an atottcle took some cheese to Plttsburg to sell not finding a ready sane for each and wanting a pir of shoes for Ms wife he went to a ghoomaker and sold him the cheese acti agreed Ito take a pair of shoes for Ids rwlfo in part pay they readily agreed upon the prices he ask six cents per pound fcr his cheese and the Shoemaker agreed to give It the shoemaker aSk ed 150 for the shoes and he agreed to give it but afetr he made the bargain his favorite theory came In to his head said he to the shoemak er I am paying you a duty of fifty cents a pals and I dont tike to do It Said the shoemaker thatcant be possible for I dont make that much on the shoes and ho told him how much the material cast and how much he paid the journeyman show ing that he only made a profit of about twenty cents I dont care for that said the other for there is a duty of fifty cents a pair on such shoes and it it were not for that I would got them fifty cents cheaper so its the same thing to me Well said the shoemaker I will tell you how wp can Battle It You pay me the duty on cheese and I wilt pay you the duty on the show Agreed said the other so they got the law and found the tax on cheese was nine cents and he was only to get six cents so he lost his cheese alto gether and had to pay three cents a ground besides and only got fifty cents taken off the price of the thoes Yet still he swore that his theory was true as to shoes though as to cheese he did cot believe it work I ed right but he would get a schoolmaster to state the sum as to cheese like he did as to shoes and see if It would come out in the same way and if R didnt hed never soil cheese by that rule any more and he didnt be sieve it was a good rule to sell by no way It could be fixed Mr Chairman there Is In our gov ernment a peculiar fitness In raising the whole amount of revenue which is needed for use of thej GeneicU Cow ernment by a tax or duty on imports t To the general government is given as we have seen the power to regulate commerce and our Inter course with foreign nations and four fifths of all theexpenses of the Gen eral Government are for the protection of commerce either directly or Indirectly and the states are foiibld den to exercise any control over It All who participate In tine benefits of commerce should bear a part of its burdens And by duties on Imports these burdens can be owe equally distributed than in any other mode The states being prohibited from laying any of these indliect taxes usually lay taxes for the support of the State Governments upon the ad valorem principle thus tho external tax supports the Government for our external liiiteicourse and the Internal tax support the State Government for which have In charge tile Internal regulations of the Stoics it Is manifest then that Whatever tends to Increase the Internal wealh of the several states increase the subjects of taxation and tents to lighten the State tax of every Individual We should be very cautious iliennotto pursue any course by our legislation that will tend to reduce the value of Property In any of the states lest we should drive some of them into repu diation 5 I admit the doctrine that where any article Is actually Impended and the duty paW It Is finally paid lay the consumer but it by no moans follows that the price is always In creased Ho the extent of the amount of tile duty Indeed It often happens that other causes opcuate to courtier act that tendency and th price In stead of Increasing actually dimin ishes and becomes dower than It was before the duty was laid and oven tower than the duty Itself Experi ence proves this to be true duty s- an element of price but Is not always the controolling elements of the cost of production the cost of transportation and the profits of merchants are ail elements of the price to the consum i w erend after all that can be esld upon the subject demand and supplyreg ilaite the price of every article thai oS bought and eoJd It is true that where an article has bonne a panttc ilar price in any market for a series qf years If a duty be laid upon It- the merchant always endeavors to persuade his customers that he ought to have just that much more for 4t because he has to ipay snore now if he pays the same price is at at the saline cost in tiranaporvbxg makes the some profit and then adds the duty It is evident that the price Is en hanced the full amount of the duty But Is this always rthe case By no means aierchnnte in making their purchases ate In the ihaibrt of look Ing to the state of the market in which they expect o sell and asking themselves what profit this or that article will bear or Iff other words what Is ibhe demand for it and how much can I sell it for what will It cost me to gilt it to marker and how much can I afford to give for K If he thinks it will yildd hIm a suffi cleat profit he will buy if not he will not Further to illustrate this point we will suppose brat a mer chant has been in the habit of selling a particular kind of ccOton cloth at fifteen cents pets yard that he gave ten cents per yard for it and added five for costs of transportation and profit and there was a manufa tur- Ing establishment in the same neigh borhood thud could make and sell the same article at fifteen cents and could make enough to supply the mar set by a small Increase of business and in tile state of affairs we levy a duty on the Imported article of two cents per yard Now the merchant when he goes to pirrrchase a new stock will say to the manufacturer abroad I cannot afford to give you ten tens per yard aa I have been doI- ng because I can only get fifteen for it it Is made there and sold at that price and enough can be made to supply the demand altogetherand win be If I attempt to raise my price Now I have been making a handsome profit and I can afford to give you nine cents pay the duty and still make a profit that I am willing to put up with will you take It The manufacturer reasons thus I have been In time habit of selling to this man he la a good customer and df I dont sell to him I must hapt- he article on hand or force a sale at home I had beititur take fthri nine cents though the profit is very small than keep it on handor glut the market at home and perhaps Injure the sale of tihe balance aad he replies I will the bargain ds made the article is still sold at ftflteeni ands and the consumer though be pays the duty gets the ariUcle ot the same piice Ute original makpr foils one cent and the merchant fcmtei up with one cent less profit and the ron Sinner is not injured When duties are first paid the prices usually raise this encourages our awn citizens undentakiy the making of the at home they Invest their capital commence the business and nit drag on heavily by experience they Increase in skill they make more of the artlclfl with the same amount of labor and of course make It cheap er and can afford to sell it chop er The success of onra manufacturing establishment causes aliens to unter into the same businces the supply Increases competition brings down the prices to the very lowest point at which the article can be made and sold without loss the market be comes overstocked and they have to seek other markets and thus com merce is encouraged and extended seeing the success of these other manufacturing establishments spring up in other parts of the country anti In oher articles and In aIm way by a wl k use of this power by Con gress have manufactures of Iron of cotton of wool of hemp and of ev erything otee which is calculated to render us a haply a united and an lndipendemt people sprung up na If by magic and I pray God they may continue until we stall he dependent on no otherr nation for our supplied but have the proud eadefaction of knowing that our soldiers and sailors are defended from the cold iby the manufactures of our own coul1ltryt1tati our salts which whiten every sea are made of American hemp and tta In time of war our cannon may pro claim to our enemies In Jie death warrants they send hem that Amer lean arms are made of iron from one taken from Oio eternal illl of our awn native land- Slragplculiture commerce and manufactures are so connected itogether ihat anything which promotes the prosperi ty of one promotes the prosperity o- ft11 and any policy Which Injures one to some extent as lest Injuries all By commence I mean our domestic as well as our foreign Some gentlemen however argue tilde question as It we had no commerce exoHpt foreign win merce and that the whole pdwer of Congress to regulato commerce should bo exercised with a view to encourage the Importation of foreign articlesty 7a IrnfwuvIn Our IOaodhtI H 15 Suits tl Are surpassing values You ought to see the values we are offering at these two special prices Handsome weaves the best styles tailored to fit and every pat tern we show is the top notch of fashion You will find that these prices here will do more value getting than you believe possible in clothes Blacksgraysbrowns- in all the new combinations in Cassi meres and Worsteds are found in this collection We are at your service for a look This store is here to render a stir l vice to this community Were running this business to make a profit for you as well as ourselves because we realize that your interest is our interest We want you to investigate and satisfy yourselves fully that these conditions actually ex ist We serve rather than just sell EPBarllesBrosBEAVER f M eo cUA n and afford to foreigners a fair price without regard to the ability of our own people today The policy which I advocate looks to the ability of I1but4onof the demand for labor as the only I means of ensuring a fair reward by doing this we increase the demand for article of I thenfortits comforts and next for its iuxur Extracts Hon oftRepresentatives 1845 in support of a I protective tariffI Money Wanted Wanted to borrow 150 for six months gilt edged security Address S care Republican office I NARROWS I June 81lr Jack Walker was InIOwensboro Sunday Misses Bessie and Ruby Acton near Olaiton are visiting relatives In this place i Miss Mamie Powers was in Fords yule Tuesday I Miss Mersedeso Canon Sulphur Springs spent Sunday night herewith Isabel Thomas I Little Miss Myrtle Berkley who Jiaa been visiting relatives at Frledaland for the past two weeks returned home MrslTulaMiss Valarla Harrison Dundee Is visiting per grandmother Mrs Harri son this week Mr Joe Loyal who has been attend ing school at Bowling Green for the past tow months Is expected home this week I hastsometime went home yesterday t Mrs Oma Cope McHenry Is visit ing her slater Mrs Mary Shulte Mrs Delta Graham and little daugh ter Myrtle are visiting relatives here Notice I will buy 8craplronand junk of all kinds at any time W E Ellis The Produce Man In Memory Birch Davis who departed this life May 29th 1910 was torn and raised in Ohio county JCy and died at his home at Llnton lad He leaves a I hislloasWeep not for the loss of the dear 4d- w i c t j 1 t 1t one for your loss Is Heavens gain Birch has crossed the great dark and ijwlthsleep but not forever In his lone and silent grave On earth we will see v him no more but with him we shall meet around that beautiful throne where parting will never come His remains were brought back to his old Kentucky home and laid to- ES in the Mt Zion burying ground Services conducted by Rev Miller- A FRIEND f BOILER FOR SALE Fortyhorse power in good j condition will sell cheap i HOOKER WILLIAMS 44t4 Mgr Hartford Ice Co r I Iron Fence for Sale By order of the Ohio County Fiscal Court we will offer for sale to the highest and best bidder the iron fence OhlQCounty MondayJuly tstate of preservation and will mako splendid enclosures for lots In country cemeteries You may miss a bar gain if you do not attend this sale B S CHAMBERLIN R HOLBROOK 47114 C M BARNETT j 1Comm- ltieeCollcrete Work Concrete work of all kinds laid by experiencedworkmen Anything in concrete from an ordinary pavement to concrete v residence Estimates furnished free All work guaranteedJ RILEY r CONTRACTOR Hartford Ky 0 lJ r J 111AVi tF F f p HOur Mens Department if at 1IIInoi sCen tral Rail road Tim At Beaver Dam KY North Bound South Bound lio132 dot 405 a m No p m No lilt doe 2j p m it If you have and Its good and a Drug Store article we have It We dont however sell a thing simply because Its being We must know first that it has merit and that the tells the truth You can trust our In these matters or If you see It and want to look Into It come to us Every truly article that a Drug Store should keep Is In our that and when you want In our line come to see us Your Is she who devotes the most care to the selection of the supplies for her table She thut In this she Is the of the Health of the family She sees to It that all doubt about quality Is short she enforces a pure food own framing This ex plains thy so many wise have got Into the habit of 11 upon this store They have learned that our claim for high Is more than talk We InviBo a test from every over seer of a familys We promise to give each one nil that there is to be had in the way of jik eatable KY 1j are anxious every in this to visit I us know us and see how well we are to take of them in our Furnish ing styles in Suits are as up=to date as in large city Our prices are will feel highly you and see our line of Mens Oxfords Shirts Ties Hats Fancy Vests in fact that will find in high class ed store will be Go THE FAIR Table 121due1185am- Nolrtdue1r28 Nol31dae883pa You Seen Advertised advertised advertisement Judgement advertised stock- Remgnber anything Friends Drug Co Incorporated WISEST HOUSEWIFE recognizes particular custodian removed- In laWofther housewives depending grades eatables GROCERY HARTFORD We especially for man vacinity for themselves prepared Mens Department Our Mens will find lower We honored willcall exclusive Hosiery Underwear anything for men any found DEALERS o10Jdnt2M8pm Have meritorious Hartford IHE sure- tyILERS care you any much you Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 10 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 SundayISOUTH BOUND 115900 a m Mixed Dally except Sunday 113207 p m Passenger Dally Linen Suits for Ladles at Barnard Cos See Fairs Millinery Special prices to you Readymade Muslin Underwear at Fairs Extra width Window Shades at Fairs See the lOc Moire Ribbon at Bar nard Cos Big reduction la Millinery at Fairs Call and see McCall Patterns at Fairs lOc and 15c none higher Hon R D Walker Is In Louisville on legal business Buy Mens Korrect Shape Burro Jap Oxfords at Fairs Every pair guar anteed Miss Annie Allen Elgin has return ed from a visit to friends at Ow ensboro Horn and Mrs H V Taylor are spending a few days at Dawson Springs Misses Amanda and Mattie Bennett are the guests of relatives and friends In OwenSboro Misses Lucile Pirtle and Mariani Holbrook are visiting friends and rel atives In Qweneboro Mrs S T Stevens and son Shelby are attending the commencement ex ercises at Georgetown Ky We make Window Shades any size on color and they are GOOD- BARNARD CO Master Samuel White of Charleston Mo is visiting his grandpar- entS Capt and Mrs S K Cok Mrs Maggie Griffin leK Wednesday for an extended visit to the home of her parents near Owensboro Mlfa Winnie Mauzy Ja visiting reli the In Morganfleld Bargains In Mllllnory until seaso oloses aii Barnard Gos Fairs Men Suits are correct In styles and prices 6 See them Hartford Mill Co has lots of good Ear Corn and Oats to sell K you are thinking of buying II Stove or Range see U S Carson The American Lady Corset alt Fairs hos no equal In style or comfort Tho Globe Stove Cos Stoves and Ranges are for sale by U S Carson The dainty new desirable Wash Goods In plain and fancy are at Fairs The Patrician Oxfords at Fairs are what you wan for style and comfort Mrs Z Wayne Griffin and children are the gusets of friends near Buford Mr H L Taylor Rochester was the gut cf relatives In town Mon day Miss Etta Wright Mayfield Is the guest of Misses Mary Marks and Anna Eliza Keowm We make buttons of any material out of your scraps any size- BARNARD CO Dr J T Hardin of the fun of Hardin Bel dnotlats Is la Bremen on professional business Our sales on Blankes Coffee are In Creasing dally Include some of tJhls excellent coffee In your next order Hartford Grocery Co Mr Hooker Williams Manager ot the Hartford Ice Plant made a fly Ing trip to Owensboro yesterday on business Mr and Mrs Clarence Keown and children FordsvlUe are the guests of Mr Keown parents Mr and iXIrs C P Keown Dr H J Bell of the firm of Har din Bell demists will go to Island Ky near week for the practice of his profession Miss Elsie Mathews whco has beer attending the Beck Business CoJl eat lIam ton Ohio is the guest of her father Mr Heber Matthews Leave your LaundryCleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madlsonvllle Steam Laundry Madlsonvllle Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf Leave your laundry with Lyons Duke Hartford Grocery Company for the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond Indiana This laundry always gives satisfaction Prompt delivery Satisfaction guaranteed 2Stf At the church meeting the Hart ford Baptist church Wednesday ev ening the contract made for the new pews was ratified and the com mittee Instructed to proceed with the church Improvements at once We have coming a lot of Golden Rule Flour at a special price Get it while you can 24 pound sack 75c 48 pound sack 145 Barrel 550 Hartford Grocery Co Childrens day was observed at the Methoodlst church last Sunday and- a most interesting program was Car ried out with perfection by the ill tIe folks This ohuroh Is noted for Its splendid exercises on this occasion every year and the entertain ment this year was well up to the standard The collection amounted to 1000 The Christian church at Hartford have engaged EM W J Clarke Ivan gellst and Miss Matel Myeis sinker both of Louisville to hold a series of meetings beginning September 25 and to con Inue three weeks Eld Clarke Is now pastor of the Clifton Christian church Louisville and Is recommend ed as a strong gospel preacher The church hopes to have a great meet Ing and that much good nay be ac complished Mr Frank Allen Peake a lecture of considerable rote and his daughter Irene entertained at Beans Opera louse last night under the auspices- of the Intermediate boys of the Baptist Sunday school His subject friendship Love and Truth He will leo be there tonight with a changed program We bespeak for htm a good attendance As we go to press Before the hour of entertainment we are unable to say as to how good the attendance was last night I Mrs Woouuury Tlnsley has sold to ilr Amos Carson the twostory brick roperty she and her sister Mrs Tny lor have been occupying as n resl ience since the death of Mr Tins ley next door to the Bank of Hartford on Main street Consideration 2200 The building was formerly occupied as Hartfords postoffice 31r Carton has leased the property to Mr J Rosenblatt the dry goods nerchant for a term of three years The Rosenblatts will move In soon Wanted laity er gentleman to take charge of small hotel Address Dr L B Bean artford Kys I I tI IWYSOX Juno 8bliss Maggie Williams Davenpo1tMiss Mamie Taylor returned home Wednvsday after n visit to friends and relatives In Christian county and Beaver Dam Miss Minnie and Marry Benton spent Sunday with Misses Katie and Iris Elliott Mr N big Taylor and family spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Joe Hud nail of Union Hill IMIsa Edith Taylor was the guest of friends and relatives at Rochester a few days last week Mis s Minnie and Mary Benton Katie and Iris Elliott spent Sunday night with Mrs R W Taylor Mrs Effle Brown Mild daughter Martha who havo bedn sick are some bet terMr Ed Crunk who has been sick for sometime is better Mrs Hazel Wilcox and daughter Opal and Miss Minnie Brown spent Tuesday with their aunt Mrs Mollie BrownThe big rain Saturday night will delay the fanners In their work Mrs Louisa Rock was the guest of her sitter Mrs Lila Shull of Hopewell Wednesday night Mrs Mug Davenport burned her foot very bad last week Miss Powell Jones Hartford Is visit ing friends and relatives In Taylor townMr J T Cox passed throoush this place Tuesday with his automobile enroue to Rochester Program The Sunday Schools of Rosine Mag isterial District will meet In fconven tlon at Mt Liberty near Arnold Ky on third Sunday In June 1910 at 10 oclock a in- Devotional exercises by Pastor Welcome Addreisb Mack Cook Subjects The i afctars duty to the Sunday School Rev P W Pharris The mothers duty to the Sunday School Sister Sarah Parish Boyhood life iw the local church Mack Cook E P Sanderfur and C M Taylor What are the best methods to win tile boy for time Sunday School Bnam lett Davis and othar Bpeakens Tho teachers opportunity nnd equip menCDr Rains- Attention in the Sunday School Dr Schonzenbacher Expecting a good attendance of do legates from nil schools wo are your committee Baptist Church Regular services next Sunday Sun day school session at 945 oclock Morning worship at 11 oclock theme of sermon The man behind the baggage Evening worship at 8 sclock themo of sermon Will Reformation Save Public cordially Invited to all these services Worship Sod with usJ W BRUNER Pastor School Notes The Superintendent has made his annual census report to the State Su perintendent Following are the Coals White subdistricts Moles 3101 females 2St lIConsolidated subdistricts JaleI 21 Females P04 traded Schools Males 777 Females ar Total white males in county 4202 encodes 3988 Total white children 8250 Colored subdistrict Males 05 Fte males 96- Comoliduted colored schools Males i7 Females 102 Total colored males 172 Females 1IS Total colored children In county 370 Grand total children In county 8620 LIIShultzSchool at Owen boro last year and Pmt W C Shultz who tau ht in the Fjnlsvlllo High School time past year loth of Narrows Ky have been cm iloyed as president and vice president of the Beaver Dam Graded Schoo tr time ensuing year These young ten are both exceptionally strong teachers Mr Arthur Kirk of this country who line been teaching in the South for tho past two years arrived In Hartford a few days ago He will the Summer term of time WestI DowIIlugClrk will located at La during the next school year nt n glary of 9000 per month Owen und Scott Ambrose two Ohio county teachers will teach In Ok alionid next full and winter Both will receive good salaries Profs S P McKennoy and W R Larson will be president and vice resident respectively of the Rock port Graded School for tho coming year The next examination will be held 111 Fordsvllle June 17th and 18th Contracts have been let for the building of houses at Elmwood Cent SSsccsss 0 JUNE fl RIBBONS IThe summer months requiresI Ribbons than any other imore secured the best lot of I Ribbons at the lowest price we ever saw You have had our values before in this line and when we tell you we have some thing better than ever it should r be enough said SILK MOIRE RIB ONSNo I1 22 40 and 60 all colors lOc per I yardDisplay I in front main aisle tral Grove Crowe Jingo and Flint SpringsThe Superintendent wishes to notify the teachers that time last months pay Is here The teachers can get ili by calling at the Superintendents of flee The election of teachers for the fall schools by the different division boards will be held Saturday June 25 at 9 a in at the following places Division No 1 Burnetts Creek church L n Ticlicnor Chairman I J A Greer Secretary 2 Fordsvllle E C Hartford ChalrI man Kelley Secretary Di vision No 3 Dundee J 11 Dodson Chairman J 15 Renfrow Secretary Division No4 Sugar Grove schoolhouse Thom McQiiady Chairman Getty Amos Secretary Division No Green Brier sthooli1oi e Richard Plununer Chairman A II Ross Secretary Division No C Centcrtown J L Brown Chairman Jesse Hill Secretary The Tioard of location tendered the position of High School teacher at Hartford to Prof B C Gibson of Whltivllle Dnvless county Ky HENRY LEACH S C S I Notice The A S of E Stock Committee will make a shlpiiiejn of stock Mon dry June 13th Those having Hock ship will please notify time com mittee SILAS STEVENS I JOHN M SHULTZ L B TICHENOn Committee I Methodist Church Tho Epworth League will meet with Mrs J G Keown Saturday evening IcquesItedporiance will come before time meeting Mrs J S Glenn will lead Preach ing at M Hernion Sunday morn fug Fourth Quarterly Meeting at Goshen time fourth Saturday and Sun DlS1trletDistrict will be held in Hartford June 28th to July 1st Soldier Boys at HopklnsvUleIMllon Oliver who unknOwn parties some I his home was taken to Hopkinsville Monday to testify In the night rider cases during Mie present term of court which is In session there Oliver was conducted to Hopkinsville by the squad of soldiers which was detailed I from Company H two weeks ago to do guard duty at Olivers home IndlIcates spfrls and that they have been In no danger since they left home They will probably continue to guard Oli ver utll otter he has given his tes timony in the night rider cases when he will be turned over to the ten der mercies of his enemies SYMPATHY holps hurts but it wont cure an aching tooth wonnt wake a marred one look like its old self Takes a skillful experienced dentist to do that Get all the fympathy you can but for rml relief and good dental work make an appointment with us for the practical way of get ting your teeth in fine shape Best crown and bridge work in this town or any town Teeth extracted with out pain All work guaranteed Telephone 21- 8DRS HARDIN BELL DENTISTS Office in Republican Bldg Hartford Ky Why Not Get Those PHOTOSMade If you neglect It or defer U much longer you may regret It Bring the babies send the old folks and come yourself The price of photo supplies is go lag up and we will soon havo to charge moro for our work Better come right away Schroeters Studio- Over Republican Office hY- W s y DIRECT CAUSE OF SMOKE Gases Distilled from the Coal Not Burned in Furnace The direct cause of smoke is thP tact that the gases dt1led rom the mat ore not oompotely burned In th9 furnace Lifer comtng in contact with the surface of the shell of tube9 which chills them below the Ignttio- tempenture n Now says too Engineering Magazine these gases are the 01- auWe hydrocarbons which nil brtumi1- 10U5 coals ooctaln to n greorer or to- extez0t S and which are driven ort whell the coal 1s heated The percentag of this volatile matter varies all thej way from 3 per cent for the East anthracite to IS high as 60 per cent for the W e ern lignites The large thpergreater the Uabillty to smoke Production other things being equal andtheI IrotB difficult is smoke TJ10 behavior of these volatile gases during combustion Is eomplrrc There Are good reasons for euppostng that a hydrooarbon at n sufficiently high w temptInfuro Is dreompo d oInto Its elements The carbon particles are I11lngly lImFe to combining with oxygen except under favorable condl tions It the temperature is too low or the air supply insufficient the carS ohonlater S soot or smoke We must lmve sufficient air at a high temper ntulc The question revolves about the fl isodnt of Inrteot combustion We have successfully solved these 1 problems for oil We stinted with lnuoky torches as tIll air could not set at the body of the oil In the center of the wick We then used a flat wickthat Is we gave the 0111 XC more surface for the all to not We then usod a hollow cylindrical wick air acting on IJdh sides The final stop was the oonter core or ar- gand lamp which first heated the whenlwow up the wick and tlreroby increase the oil consumption we get Into trouble dmmedtatnly produplng smoke We Jt have exactly she same rontlltions to meet in the combustion pt solid fuel burnIellout smoke it nmJ be supplied with the correct amount uf air at the q roper temperature 0lWants to Help Sorilli J F Boyer of ForIFor thirty yeaD3 w tile 31o needed help and could t- oJ find it TIHtS why he wantti tQ hells some one noW SUfferlllg so long Mill v ee he feels for all distress fromf Backache Nervousness Loss or 21 petite Iacsitude null Kidney t1Lorders He shotv3 that Electric BItters work wonders for such troubles Flue 1Otw ties lIe writes wholly cured me and now I and well and hearty Its aldro osttively guaranteed for Livera Troubles Dyspepsia mood DIsorders Female Complaints and Malaria Try them fiOc at an druggists m A Girl Farmer Who Succeeds Fersis lJartholmn w is a sdlerJlUc girl farnoJr She is a gtvtdunte of the it tasiachustJtts State AgrlcuMural College at Amleerat She uauagee Ever green farm h WeetInio llftoen miles front 1Vorceater Last year she cleared GO on five aereacf land which 11011h- l1Orln fainter ruid was nut worth turning over She Iz tW1ntytJluEe yeas oM Wb graduated from otJhu agricuitural oal- lege a at Amherst ill i00S curt tricked out an nbartlout Ii farm to EliiltIJlllO as the place to put her edaeatfton 4n to practice SIlo selected for 141 clip fleas a farm that everyIotly ink wns too far gone tu bother wtthand thbo year expocta to make 200 nn acre She was not an lglCUIUl1Wt by drlhcr stance ill fact the knew not the slightest thing about farm cite amI I never took an intorort In agriculture unUl her health htgan to fatlandah e abandoned her original Idea tlr becom- Ing a etonographer to look far out door cmploynrent Her home was in Molraie Neither she nOr her palonts had a penny to start her In the farming Mire She came to Worceiur whore she rented Evergreen farm jll Westbaro from L C Mldgl a grower of roses She borrowed money to pay the f4 months rent ad with her father nn snottier and two frreluls began herI career ISI a toll tlllr The first year lIM Bartholomew d voted tdve of the twenty acres of land to small garden truck To got the IOO- streltt sho mixed hr own fertilizers and was criticised for It by Itlho old time truck taLsers of the neighbor IJpOOInJtzod lit ycgoahles ileJCtedhll Worcester market and made her own conhract Bhf mad daily trips to WOrcester in the season maTjng from the farm at 330 oclock l r tV h c In the morning reachtng them at olock and was back at work on fame at 9 oclock She had helped many boys to earn money whsle in scl1oo1und hag given the whole neighborhood a pract1ocLl son is educalonas well as In a11 culture She paid no attention to the hay land the flrit tar devoting her entire energy to the live acres Of Iland which she developed along svlonUt lines area kip n set of books corner lag every detail of the work even charging her fatlllr and mother for ererything taken from the farm do- the table Her most profitable crop the first year was tomatoes but she raised a tbnsiderapie crop vf peas and corn Her hO+p consists of schoolboys Who go to the farm before and niter school in the sewn of SJUIUng tweeds amI planting She pays them ten cents hour The boys average fifteen norrne work men cost Attractive Summer ToursI The Illinois Cenral Railroad Com offers very wtItrncio Summer Tours at reasonable salts to the following pointsIBoston Suss with ocean trip onef ay between Boston and Norfolk aIIi SO same tour to Boston via Montreal Canada the Great Lakes and St Lawrence Resorts Ca11fornlat2 and Pueblo including route ChicagoI including ay View Charlevoix Harbor Springs Mackinac Island and Petoskey Minnesota Luke Resorts Mexico0SNew York CltrIJNew York City with ocean trip one way between New Orleans and York Xcw York via Montreal via lon treat and DO On with ocean trip one tray Leaveen New Orleans and New York New York City with ocean trip one ay between Norfolk and New York Niagara Falls North Pacific CoSttYellowstone 011CI POInts of InterMtUFor furthetlnformatlon call on ticket agentsor write F W lIAIUOW Dlv Pats Agent h C n R Co Louisville Ky- Preposterous Proposition IStnn ing nooth the vinecovered ar 11- 0b01 nt fihe soutlitrn sad of till gar den about ll5gti t4ai the man and the oman gaiw earnestlyltt each other e3 I 1ly out 4thitrtlttilwi the iirttil 11m er ownsissy 1 call you No rhhl1ks 3QO han will you swaet one be my wife Ah she taLcl her frame cottvulsed with bobs would that yen had not AubreyforIcau ueverlle your You never cant ejaculated the isconcerted over stalling back ht- mazement No uosho said with II choking Sob But you love ale he queried anxiously YO yes ape replied onvulshely And you will always romalll single ou dont marry 11I3Iiyo mom Theres never been any scandal about you has there Sir No of course not lie hattonecI to mutter Pardo mu twas an unworthy thought Hut as far oas I can mobs out there atoms rte be no bar hatlorver to our unio- nNotho light of love irradiated her classic feaIlurostbere lsmothing to prelaat our being marrie- dThonwhywhythe mans 1 nlo- tlbratrtl wldl l1l1tSInwhy can you Iwt marry too Ilf there is no eaithly- rualon to tJtecmt It lJoOOUIC s4o anvwered in a tone of hoploss despot 10m tile heroin n R womans newel As ho recognized the dnsuperability- of the obstacle bofore fiscal lie quall ed arid then wKh deep drawn sighs ho gilded Into She fortytilgMh chap torPuck Sunday School of the South Knoxville Tema Juno 21 July 211910 Tickets on solo Juno 1920212526 July 2910 and lC 1910 FInal rein limit fifteen drays from date of sal Septecudpasltlag ticket with sptctal agent am payment of fee of 100 at time o 9filiIBeaver Dam Ky QUICKSMIMC1NE Quickest and best for coughs ocuAnaxritsDSolo by druggists Made by J C Mendenhall Medicine Co ETiISYllle IlL 4J s aMI the DISASTROUS FIRE AT CENTRAL CiT Wipes out Part of Businesr Sec tics and Threatens the Iit Entire Town Central City Ky June 3Thlsc- lty was fhreafipned with ddal de 11stJnJotlQn at 1 oclock this sneering when a fire that had gained con vLderoblc headuay uas dlscovarod In the Miller Bogus Dry GOOds tore and It was due only to thy Valian right maids by the volunteer Biro d partment that the city tscaited sit a low c sGlma4ed this motullag bG b- Ing p nearly 26000 The buildings were owned by E M Glsh and were damaged Ito the extent of about SOOO The MUleI Bogus dry goods store ass damaged to the extent Of 12000 and hc saloon of Menzer Woodruif was wiped out entailing a losa of near ly 5000 The law office of Con grossman R Y Thomas was also destroyed the buildings and are partially covered by In The ire originated on the OUJ1 silo of Brain street asst would 1Jro- babty have destroyed the entire city for the protection afforded bIfire wail on the Gish block At Oclock this morning the dire is under control and no further drum ago Is telled Ends Wlntere Troubles To many winter is a season of trou bde The tract Litton toes and tin gees chapped panda and lips chlJ plains cold sores red and rough skins this But such troubles fly pe fore DuCklen Arnica Salve A trial convinces Greatest healer of DurncBolls Plies Outs Sores Spralnos Only 25e nt all druggists Lessons of Bird Flight Through a discovery made tby Prof Ernest Iiuebner n Getvrrrin iIlatural- 1st that nrlgltltor y birds nl3ver eras seas and oceans exctapt in storm the silence of air txtYyga by men ls dostlned to make Its greatest step forward according to all article in the June Century His retx + nt OXIJfrimenta with the Gorman redbrout show that the gird doter mtnes trmn the wind as felt in the nostrils when to start A French SGlentir4 11O l hM 1lT l it ld on the sense of teel1ng fntlle nasrtls illy testingthe flight or throo andlhostrilailktrd being left creel rl1tj free one arrival bomb on ti111c II lS1hnce of of rolles ns did alSo the ono with w- t1ts sealed But the one with nee tNls dosed was two days lae and then came in with the nostrils freed Tl1oco experiments are GXlllected to enable arontWts to SIINLonL lnstrumenls with which to read the changing air currents so os to make long flights and olrorwhelnring attacks in time of war In Line of Duty The ore which geosgrinding through lire worlds news mill seldom contains the pure monl It ls usually mixed most of mes moiUvw But a tow days since there came an ingot with less allow than the most It was a curt duiatch from ore of the s coast towns of Connecticut Tile story I was told In Ualdctst outlVlC An assstant kencer was le1rt in the tLght house at Green Ledge by his IChlotJ The hood kClIJer Woo ashore far provisions on February 2S romtgiHg to return the same day The asishstant- ke IJer remained on duty DCOIlO for nino days Ills previsions ware hmn nfrig low and ho fnred I stlOng IJrob- ablLty of their tntllug altogether for ho could guess what had become of his chief What had become of him was that he hud forged a Check said o have been a salary order of Ms- 1lSilstant and had gone on a Ga rouse He was subsequently found jn South Norwalk and riE29Ied Meanwhile the assistant keeper was on tlu ty almost continuously tending the light or running two gasoline engines which sounded the tog horn Theire was continuous tog on SaturdaYS day and Monday and far those three days the man ooarcely ate Or soft When the crew from tire lighthouse nomethitrgodea wreck It s UT- wthr than when asked That had be comp of file chief he simply acid the alonefTIle uthlah gave the first account of the affair related that his duly companon for the vigil was II dog It has been learned from official sources that the writer oP the dS patch took the liberty of insortln g the lag which muesli mhhantos fille- aESl5aiI1t keepers ordeal For this te a the kInd of tale that wants no crna- menL The point s not that it pcotacu1ar for it 1s not spectacular u 1 f I t + Ar11r Y To keep a 11ght burrting and a Pair of gasollno engines running hours on dlomaYI murk Id merely the most killing kind of monotony and routine It is that monotony rvbtc time and agtlln drivel light keepers insane This petiorm anti wau not on II thrill of gallant where tho blood is not It was Iplain caneot staying power Of the man kinds of heroism It Is the most nndJhapSaAenest la demand White the ep1 lode opens many sIde questonsthe shabby rlorrunpratlon WhIch tIDe guv- ernment accords the life avers and light Pera and the spitmdld service which it receives lJl rWtn pertinenohitssistattb keeper of Green Ledge Light did Ice the sake of pay nor wen iu the hope of udNancement They do them in line of dutyBostbnTrin sCript Election Notice In order to provide funds for pur chasing suitable grounds erecting andI repairing suitable buildings and for other expenses needful for conducting- a good Graded Common Scheol In Mc Henry Graded Common School DIs- trict of Ohio county Kentucky It Is ordered by the trustees of said Graded Common School District that election be held at W1Ulams Mines Schoolhouse on Saturday June 11 1910 between the hours of G a m and 6 p m submitting the question whether or not the trustees of the Mcllenry Graded Common School DIe tract shall issue bonds to the amount of COOO for the purpose of providing suitable grounds school buildings anti apparatus for said Graded Common School District1 Bonds may be any denomination In evenhuttdreds not exceeding 1000 enchrunniD not ex 30 years and bearing Interest- at a gate not exceeding G per cent Pr annum payable annually or semi annually as expressed in the bonds payable to the bearer with Interest coupons attached they shall besign ell by the president of the said board C of trustees and attested by the secre tary hereof shall VMS by delivery and be redeemable at the option of sold board Said rends shall be sold by the board Or their authorized agent far the highest price obtainable Uut not for era than their face par value and the accrued Interest and Ul proceeds paid over to the treasurer By order of the board of trustees his the 11th day of June 1910 r trrFor Salk Storehouse and lot ideated In a thriving vlllttbts Iii the southern part M Ohio oldtty building 20x54 feet ith side shed SOx69feet suitable for general stove The grounds can be large enough to salt accupadt Terms easy Apply to Darnett Smith Real Estate Agents AReliableRemedy Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gibes Relief at Once It cleanses soothes JlrQtcctsthe brano resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly Be ts the senses ofnn a o rusts and smell full size no cts at Druggists or by mail Iu liquid form 75 cents Ely Brothers G Warren Street New York Why Not Read The- Courier Journal HENRY WATERSON Editor WE CAN FURNISH YOU THE HARTfORD REPUBliCAN AND TII- EWeekly ourier Journal 50YearWe can also give liberal combination rate with Daily or Sunday Cour ierJourna1 Write CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for free sample copy of edition you desire subscripsthe CourierJournal N n rectorOho Coulity Circuit CourtTo F Birkhead JUdge Bn D Ringo Attorney W PMldkiff Jailer E G Barrus Clerk F L Fe 1Ii Master Commlsloner It T Collins Trustee Jury Fund T 1I Black Steer Iff Hartford DeputleB O Keottn an Monrythree weeks and ThIrd Mondays In May and November two weeks County CourtR R Wedding Judge W S Tinsley Clerk C E Smith At tomey Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Quarterly CourtBegins on the thIrd Monday In January April July and October Court of ClaimsConvenes first Tues day in January and fIrst Tuesday In OctoberOther County OttlcurrC S Mosey Surveyor Fordsvllle IY no F D No Z Bernard Felix Assessor hart forc no F D No 2 Henry Leach- Superintendent Hartford Dr A B Riley Coroner liartford JUSTICES COURTS B S Chamberlain Hartford TuesdaY after 3rd Monday In March Tuesday af ter 3rU Monday In June Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after 3rd Monday In December O E Scott Cromwell Wednesday afto 3rd Monday In larch Wednesday after 3rd Monday in June Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September Wednesday after 3rd Monday In December John H Mlles Itockport Friday after 3rd Monday In March Friday after 3rd Monday In JLne Friday after 3rd Monday In September Friday after 3rd Monday In December J C Jackson Centertown Saturday after ard Monday In Marehr Saturday after 3rd Monday In June Saturday after 3rd Monday In September Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In December M C Cook Renfrow Tusec1ay after 2nd Monday In February Tuesday after 2nd Monday In May Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November Thomas Sanders Dundee Wednesday after the second Matday In February Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May WedQesday after 3rd Monday In August Wednesday after nd Monday In Novem bee C V Miles Fordsvllle Thursday after 2nd Monday in February Thursday after 2nd Monday In May Thursday after 3rd Monday In August Thursday after Sad Monday In November JL Patton Ralph Friday after 2nd Monday In February Friday after 2nd Monday In May Friday after 3rd Mon day In August FrIday otter 2nd Monday In November HARTFORD POLICE COURT C M Crowe Judge G D LtkensClty Attorney Sam Court convenes second Monday In each month City CouncllJ II Williams Mayor no T Collins Clerk S I Cox TreosI urer Members of Council T R nard Y J Dean W M Fair Pen Taylor W E Ellls E P Moore School TrusteesJ S Glenn chairman W S Tinsley Secretary C M Barnett M Crowe and Dr E B Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices mooring and evenIng every first and thIrd Sunday In each month Sandal School 945- a m Prayer meeting every Wednes day evening Rev Virgil ElgIn Pastor Baptist ChurchServIces every Sunday morning and evening Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evenIng Rev J 1V Druner pastor Christian ChurchServlces every fourth Sunday at R a m and 7 p m Sunday ClayFordC P ChurchServIces first Sunday In each month at It a m and 7 p m Sunday School 9t5 Rev T C Wilson pastor SECnEt SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A M meets first and third Monday nIght In each month N E Ellis Y M C Crowe Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 R A M meets every third Saturday nIght In each month R Holbrook High Priest W S Tinsley Secretary Hartford No 84 O E S meets second and fourth Monday even- Ing Mrs T It Barnard W M Alas Wllllo Smith Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Inlghts of Pythlas meets every Tuesdt nIght- S A Anderson C C J G Isown K ot RSH- artford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every first and third Thursday night R T Collins Commander L P Foreman Record Keeper SunshIne HIve No 42 L O T M meets second and fourth Thursday nIght In each month Mrs Attye GrlfflnLady Commander Mrs Lula Pendleton Lady Record Keeper Carpenters and JoIners local No ISSI meets 1st Saturday nIght In each month Noah Skaggs Pres W D Luce Sec TreasAcme Lodge No 337 I O O F meets second and fourth FrIday night In each month A D Riley Noble Grand D D Schroader Secretary Ohio Tribe No ISS Imp Order TIed Men meets second and fourth Wednesday night In each month Walter Camp bell Sachem A E Pate ChIef of Itecords Preston Morton Post No4 G A R holds regular meetlllGs Saturday before the first Monday In each month Ash ford Mlles Commander Ji M Rogers AdJt A S of E National Officers C 0 Drayton Pros Greenville 11- 1lI F Sharp V PresDowllng Green Ky S D Tump Sec and TreasIndianap olla Ind State Officers J C Cantrtll Pres Georgetown Ky C M Barnett Vice PresIdent Hart ford Ky S B Robertson Secretary Calhounly OhIo County Officers S L Stevens Pres Beaver Damly yDCOUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry Leach ChaIrman HarttordKy 1 L B TIchenor Hartford no F D No Ii 2 J A Dellamy VhltesvllleKy 3 F D Daughn Hartford Ky 4 T W McQuady Dalzetown Ky Ii Richard llumer TaylorthIneeIy 6 J L Brown Uockport Ky BULBSUCCBE8S BULBS SUCCEED SPECIAL OFFER Made to build 1w nata A ousrermaneatmautourer ntldatdSL1rSouvenirN Irwa r11r aula i1411 Prow aa ala ===dII1 = w4ud1finpaaQU TO PLEASE Write today Mention this Pa1r J5 CeNTS teIuoI I0Io dla-r de rMldMit tlag nll aIpw- wlaa5A Ddb dr Wws a 9- lMwrew4 ndwua rtoo c Is cmmmriUeur seauEewtd IEraI Ida IUI 1I or u1ti ul C14I 1du IINllII tera ladr- LM NN ads dmbatw cloVIUW 11 SaoIIVCDU aso 3111r ga1r e1i Donin OEBMIT8 1rBARNETT0 ATTORNEYS AT LAW HARTFORD KY till practice their profession In all 01- coutts of OhIo and adjoIning cot ties and Court ot Appeals Sp d trlJ eruste4tolice ot CrimInal and Real Estate Law I Specialties Office In Republican build- Ing FRANK L FELIX Attorney atLaw a HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohldl and adjoining counttee and In the Court of Appease CrimInal practice and Col loctione a Specialty Office In the Her aid building YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAWH- ARTFORD KY Will practice his professIon In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoIning counties and In the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National flank JOBN D WILSON CnA8 IL cnowE WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession in aU the courts of Ohio and adjoinIng ooun ties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention gives to erdmfnaF practice and to collections Offlos on Main St opposite Court House and TRADEMARKS promPW obtained In- I1countrlorno fee We obWn PATENTS THAT PAS adrertlae them thoroughly at our erpenee noSLe1p you to nce- Beadmodel photo or akeldL for FREE report LPASSINQBook on rronlabl Pateni writ to 8031505 Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D C I I KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS j WITH Dr Kings PEICEoFOR AND ALL THROAT AND lUNOTROUBLES I GUARANTEED SATISFAOTOR I OR MONEY REFUNDED i t trend model kree 4DDEFCNDbEDnrln8orvuotw Weq to trade copylighteeta IN ALL COUNTRIES Bwlrru c1irttlrtot 64t1 moaryandoflrnlAefol nR reportIPInt led InfrlngemenHractice WrltA or roma w at air mate street epp vatted StatN safest WASHIrIGTON D C l msyquicklymmonlrattonutrtetlroonadenllal sent trey Oldest allener for aecurtn paten nettqScientific Rmericane A handsomely lIIatratel weeklT Lsret elrJ aearlYorkHrroc SEEDSr Fresh NOnberu IUlr HlrblpurIt aptlil 1 FOR 10 CENTS we will send postpaid or COLLECTIONIptg60DayTt pip hlqadlk 10e inITtNUtkiM5 sadpcktIh 014QREATI BolO lit BocltfonloJIUDols t to f lwr 1 i 11 rr t 1NEW AUTOMATICTELEGRAPH IITo Extend its Lines to Various Townsand Cities in Kentucky New York N Y Juno 7In pur suance of Its plan to Interlace the whole country at an early date with its web of automatic telegraph wires 4 announcement was mode In New York today that the Telepost Company bas under advisement the expansion of ifs system to all parts of Ken tucky Connection lato be established by way of Indianapolis to which point the system now extends from Chicago and St Louis William H McCoUum former Superintendent of Construction of the Postal Company who Is In charge of the extensions of the automatic system has been looking oveir 4the ground for some tlmo and reports unusually favorable for the Inauguration of work on ho line This system is regarded by scien tific men as the most brilliant achievement in the evolution of telegraphy since Morses time representing the conquest of a new basic principle In telegraphy that prfeoges for that industry a world wide revolution With Its 2000 words a minute service and rates of one cent half cent and quarter of a cent a word regardless of time or distance By the Telepost system a message is transmitted equal facility over eith er a telegraph or telephone wire Its rates are the lowest and its the most rapid In the world serviceI Civic organizations and trade throughout the state have been in touch with the officials of the Telepost for several months and have assured the Company of their readi ness to cooperate with It dn any Q way it can suggeot as most likely to facilitate the extension of its lines to Kentucky t Among the cities and owns under consideration for connection with the system are Louisville FrankfortI ington Paris Winchester Rldhmond Ashland GaJle burg Mnysville Cov lag on Newport Shelbyvllle Owens bdro Henderson Paducah Hopkins IvlUe Bowling Green Hartford Patrick B Dolany the inventor of 1 the Telpst system which Is now used between Boston and Portlandand between Chicago St Louis Indlana fcplls Terre Haute and other cities in Massachusetts New Hampshire Maine Indiana Illinois and Missouri is an old associate of Thomas A Ed ison The discoverY of the new scien tific prlncoplcwhich made Hs inven tion possible is the realization cf an ambition Delaney and Edison had as far back as 1871 when he and the wizard experimented on Improvements to the Morse methods of hand trans mission over a special wire construct ed between Washlngoto and New York with the idea of envolvlng a system of rapid telegraphy to displace the malls for long distance communica tion In addition to being a boon of in estimable value to the public the Delaney automatic system will save the newspapers of the country hun yearIr rates great speed and accurate ser- I vice I Of the 1GOO000 Expended ev- ery4jy9ar by the telegraph service by the Associated Press It is figured out ilthat approximately 700000 will be saved by the use of the automatic service when it completes its conti cent vido expansion Banks on Sure Thing Now Ill cover be without Dr Kings New Life PIns again writes A Schingeck 647 Elm St Buffalo N Y They cured me of chronic constipa tion when all others failed Une qualed for Biliousness Jaundice Indi gestion Headache Chills Malaria and Debility 25c sit all druggists m r President Tafts Bold Stroke By getting into the right fight for the people of too West against the alleged combination of railroads Ithat announced Ita intention of raping iteB President Tact has by ours bold rtroko directed public approval to his 3SBjttmtolstratIon as a vigilant and vig orous force for the protection of the general good The action taken toy tho Attorney Gmerals dpaTltment 4s untisual and fat this reason acmes the more cf f otively to emphasize the fact that the own of the Government IB Rot ort l1ed in tho service of the coun Jjynor its vision dulled In the per ception1 of opportunity The putting iatto dffcfcti of the high er freight raltes ham been temporar suHpehfdted toy tajircotkmi The atse- 1wh1t b brought to argument at the JJellt possible dale and when ar- tsSum Dt i aujfe it will be based up uNl on the theory that the Bhennka law has been violated by an ilVlgal coon blnaam of tailroada operating in restraint of trade If this paint dan be sustained It will be another victory for that much discussed measure and will go tar to PrPve that At tta an ef fu tine weajjgn ia the handle of a fearless and watchful aidmlntstraitton for cafaeuardlng the Interests of ille peoplein application for an Injunc tion it was altogtd tbnt carnal twen tyiflve railroads practically control ing ID fourteen Western1 and iMiddle W krn Stitttt had msocfatedthstn selvcB by means of a ccimmilttte representing the freight dcpaiitments of the vartous roads which passed upon all proposed charges In raies mo change being made without unanlmou coatrot and then applying to all par ties to the ogre anent It is1 charged that this caeatee a combtaatlon which li opwatlng in irBtrallnt of trade and is therefore subject to dissolution an pena y under the lwIOn tho plea that subsidies were TC ceeeary to secure railroad build thorn was an era seme forty or fifty years ago when Legislatures and Con gress voted enormous sifts of land and money Jo new railroad projects Even In those days Congreus an the LTBlBJotures were earned In th vest packets of the railroad pioneers OoriiiricatiB cf stock in fthe untried anterprl s embracing the coveted ooncosalons were the medium of ex cliasiso lay ween the railroad pro mete and the lawmakers Som- motryy was spent by the railroad pianoere but the farsighted states men who dealt out the subsidies pry forrad mock in ithe graft rather than cash tat hand- Some of these ventures prospered eonv failed When they prospered the ytock was watered and when they fatted they were rearganilzed When a road reorganized itmeans that now money is nwded and that moans new stock Then there are the mergers tho consolidations and Ithe raongunlzaT onand each prccem meant more railiicad stocks and more bonds all of which are now virtuously clam oring for dividends or Interest So it Is that we today face the problem of finding for the railroad matuigeis funds enough to pay dlivl donds upon too ocean of watered SC ouiCtlo To the laymen It looks as If the rartlrcads had overstepped too bounds cf reason and eelflntercBt The sea eon Is one of prosperity for the pub lic carrleca It is only necessary to note the upward climb in tthe value of stocks of seme of the lending roads of the country to be convinced that thfly are deriving profltt frcm a June of industrial activity and abcundlrg harvest Cupidity must be the motive hack of the plan to put ho screiws en the producers of the couniJj and a cupidity that is blind to the fillet that hero is a limit beyond wiiich the peo ple will not submit to be lux d for the purpose of paying dividends on watered stock President Taft has shown courage and determlnaion in taking the course he has initiated through the Attorney Gjnrjral He may discount the value or the propitety of making any bid for popular applause but in thto instance he has happily found justification for faking a step that will win for him and his admlnistru tic 1I the praise and the confidence of milllono of the people who had becom more or less lukewarm in their attitude toward his regime Louisville Herald Monteagle and Sewanee Tenn Monteagle Bible School July 1525 1910 Monteagle Sunday School Insti tute July 28 August 15 1910 Dates of sale June 30 July 11516222329 30 and August 12 1910 final return September 5th 1910 Fare for round- trip 700 J E WILLIAMS Agt Beaver Dam Ky I Upper Berth With Windows The New York Electric Railway Journal has published a widely quot ed article describing the new type of steeping car adopted recently by an Iitorurban trolley system In Illinois The object Is to compete with the ordinary steppers of the steam railroads The upper berths are provided wlh windows the same as the low rr for light and ventllatlon nd another novel feature is an arrangement which permits tho lower berth to be folded up in the mornicg indilpendently of the upper Each berth has n pltish lined fjteel rocker wltth Yaie locks The beds are detachableeo as to be taken out for airing and cleansing Army Manouevers Nashville Tennessee June 19 and 26 1910 For above occa sion the Illinois Central Rallroad Co will give rate of 385 for round trip Tickets on sale June 18th to 2GLh In elusive with final return limit June 28th 1910 J E WILLIAMS Agt Beaver Dam Ky GOLD DISCOVERED UNDER OWENSBORO Thats What Pebbles from Well 85 Feet Deep at Troy Laun dry Indicate I Some excitement was credited at the Troy laundry when workmen who were engaged in pumping water from a drive well eighty feet In the groundbrought to the surface a large number of pebbles and gravel in whic several line veins of gold were dis covered running through some The samples were all taken to Mr Blcch era office and an analysis made which showed that tile pebbles con mined considerable gold A large MrdBlochers place cf busnesswhere lie has hits rich treasures on exhibition atugs ground on which the Troy laundry is located The drive well Is in the rear of the isdtheestony are brought up by means of tl e pumpMr Blocher is very much interested in the matter and believes that the bed of the Ohio river came through Theepebbles me of the same kind that is generally found on the seashore The pebbles are all worn very smooth and look as though they lied gone through a pouting process of some kind and they are very attractive Owensbciro Inquirer Private Boarding Rooms and board first class for one dollar per day for transients Home phone 7226 MRS LEE DOWELL 840 3rd Ave Louisville Ky H The Girl and the Fence- A certain young woman who Is much given to country delights Is especially fond of walking Now walk ir through a lovely lane with sunbeams sitting through breezeswayed kuftets la a delight to anybody rven the most conventional soul but walking through the really truly courJtry onooucittrJng everything from wire fences to bulls Is quite another tftory But even Che fences have no terrors for this ycuns woman she has been out several years How dyes she manage it Why she flrat rlzes tilt fences up Fences are of but two sort gen IQUy speaking rail and wire and they may be negotiated in just three ways If there be a convaLIfnit open lag tlils expert naturally xsuwls through A closeset rail fence Is usu ally but a walkover And now how will you take this one asked the writer as the expert came to a wire fence with th wires closely stretched the lowet one sinlag to be about S inches from the groundEasy laughed the slender expert tossing herself at full length beside lOW1ootcould and at the same moment delllyI rolled under In another was standing whiling us If nothing unconventional had happened QUIC k S Cold and- LaOrippe Medicine Guaranteed to cure Coldsnnd LaGrippe in 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia in 30 minutes At druggist or by mail JC Mendenhall Medicine Co EVII IIICII An Editors Good Job The rewrlt man snickered and chuckled to himself 03 he ticked mar rily away at his tyewrplter A grin slowly widened over his face until it threatened to tirolrcle his face and he nodded in harmony with the meter of what he was wrlltng Beside him lay a cLipping from an other paper a bare bald recital of the fact that a certain professor had dis covered a goelDlll pink gsrm Indi genous to the subway To Instill the purple hue of romance inito that story of the germ the rewrite man had determined to put It into light and airy rhymen prose jlnjg1e that should make the reader snigger as did the rewrltei man in composing It This da what he evolved Prof McG chan has never sought tame but now he has won him a notable name for he has discovered a germ that 4s pink whlch lurks In each crevice and cranny and chink of the subway down under the clamorous town and now the proffessora a sage of renownHe It Sarclna this pretty young germ which vaguely resembles a centipede worm Ho says It is gen tle and pleasant and mild with race elf an innocent untutored child that It doesnt endanger the health of the race that goodness and kindness are stamped on its face yet it shrinks u f 4M when the subway guards bellow the blare All aboard youse Step lively in there Even the city editor distracted lth the agonies of getting out tin edition spared a laugh for the conceit and passed It with the remark Good stuff to the copyreader That person took n firmer grip on his Manila cigar tilt off a hunk and spat on the flout He scrawled a few hieroglyphics above the story and began his labors by stashing out the nearest word to his hand He reflect ed an Instant and chewed his cigar then really got into action his face constructed into many lines of concentrated thought and his fait black pencil Hklpplng confidently hero and there amid the flowers of thought tho rewrite man had gathered And this is what he did Prof Cyrus McGeehan the head of the department of bacteriology at tho university has never desired tamp but a recent discovery made by him aa nevertheless brought his name Into the limelight of publicity He has found a pink germ lurking In a chink of the subway under one of the main streets of his town and the discovery of this germ has given him among Hclendsls and iphytaiclarts no little rMiuwn The professor dubs this little germ the Sanclna and rays that It rcfiiem bios In ono respects the common or garden la a mild bacillus a hafinTces gentle child among germs and that It is not dangerous to the health of tho race In fact the professor remarks facetiously goodness and kindness are stamped upon the face cf the little creature and ho Is so tImid that he actually shrinks when the guards In the subway bark All aboard youe Step lively getting on there- With a sigh of coctent over duty will done the copyreader stabbed the atoon the oplke and yelkd C- obayPuck Saved Fron Awful Death How tin appalling calamity In his family was prevented is told by A D McDonald of Fayetteville N C R F D No 8 My sister died con sumption he writes she was very thin and pale had no appatlte and seemed to grow weaker every day as all remedied failed till Dr Kings New Discovery was tried and so completely cured her float she has not been troubled with a cough since Its the bct medicine I ever saw or heard of For coughsoolds lagrippe asthma croup hemorrhage atl bron chial troubles it has ro equal 50c 1100 Trial bottlo free Guaranteed by all druggists in- Still A Discussing the Comet After all the pros and cons of wliou and where and how Halleys comet passed the earth ccraes a nets report from Paris spying that French astronomeis believe that the comet now In the western sky Is not Halley comolanytway and that faeleysccm- ot will arrive some time In Augutft or September Still the leading astronomers are nit taking that rciport very seriously as yet and they npiitar to have little doubt thait Halleys comet did ins about en schedule time although sranethlns had happened t conceal or delay cr disperse Its 11111I By the 20th the comet with some what abbreviated appendage was seen in the wetam sky from points in the Mlsslesippi Valley and a day or two later from other parts of thli country Prof David A Todd of Amher with several companion made a long- balloon flight on the 21st from North Adams Mass with instruments but was unable to get a gllmino of the comet Another balloon ascension was made by Prof Doolittlu of the Unl versity of Pennsylvania also without notable success One theory advanc ed by astronomers in SouJi Africa was that the tall cf the comet had split so that one part was to Ute I west of the earth and the other to the east at the same time Prof Barnard of Chicago said the appar ent mystery was explained by the observation that the tail of the com et was curved but he could not tell whether the earths had passed through the whole of the tailor not r Precept an Example Colonel thlalt was an admirable speech you made at the club the other evening on the obligations of cltlzen uhip Ive been intending to tell you so ever sluice I head it We reed more of thtut kind of talk nowadays But what are you looking eo gloomy about this morning colonel No bad now I hope Dash it all yes iVe been dilalwn on a JUTCh1cago Tribune BuIlding Contracting If you are going to build a new house or repair the old one I would like to make you prices on the cost of the labor and can furnish the ima terlal if desired Will work in the country also Good references D W WAKELAND ContractorI Ky handsome UNIONi MADE I I i 200 and 260 DespondencyNodespair and the despondency endured by women who carry dderangementsdistinctly feminine The tortures so bravely endured com continuedDr positive cure for weakness and disease of tho feminine organism IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN STRONG SICK WOMEN WELL paiaIt1 f 3 andhavecuresAsecurethemillustratedCommonIn clothbinding 31 stomps Address Dr RV Pierce Buffalo NY WL DOUGLAS 300350 400 500 1SHOESBest BoysShoes Feat Color gusts Wed f W L Douglas shoes are the lowest price quality considered in the world Their excellent style easy fitting and long wearing qualities excel those of payinghighyou need a pair give W L Douglas shoes yourfootweargood in every way as those that have been costing you higher prices S If you could visit our large factories at Brockton Ma3Jd see for yourself how carefully W L Douglas shoes are made you would then understandwhy they hold their shape fit better and wear longer than other makes R CAUTION W I UonglAi name and pric I- snsmed on the bottom to protert the wearer aitilnit high prices end Inferior Iho Tnkit Sutntl tulr L Dongla hnr air not for aa Inyour Pouglunrockteuyrasspoa CARSON Se COMPANY lNrORlUllATKO Hartford Kentucky d McCALL PATTERNS almplldtylndIR every and town In the United SMtei and- CanadaT or bjr mall direct More sold than any other make Send lor tree catalogue McCALLS MAGAZINE More subscribers than Inyother fashion LattestpatternSubscribeWONDERFUL INDUCEMENTS- to Agents Postal brings premium catalogue- and new cash prize offers Address TOE UcUII CO ZM tt 2U W J7U SL NEW YOU ElectricBitters Succeed when everything else fans In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified LIVERANDSTOMACH it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter 44Ftti FtFFF4F++ f FiiltFtFiE I + II+ + i THE KENTUCKY II Light and Power Co f iIINCORPORATED i WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE AT COST I IELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEANI I HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME t OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD ti BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN I I REACHiE G BARRASS Manager J t+ + f + f + f + ff + t fII14 + + llt41JI OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135TH- EREPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 160 THE REPTBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Homo and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeekO vensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and JUaiiy uwensooro inquirer 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN 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 con ditions or refund tuitio- nBOOKKEEPING acceptinghisBookkeeping in three months than they do in six Draughon can con vince yo- uQHOPTH A NH 75 Per cent of the United States Court Report DraughonteachesFor FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain all call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON President DRAUGHOHS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE IXCCXrOBATCD EVANSVILLE ADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS I 1 i 7 r I v 0it- i n ofr t 1f rARTY SURE TO f RETAIN POWER VOTERS HAVE CONFIDENCE IN REPUBLICAN STATESMEN I fTAFT GROWS IN POPULARITY People Will Hesitate Long Before Committing the Destinies of the IncompetentIDemocratic Hands Washington It may be said that the prospects for a Republican ma jority in the next house of repre sentatlves are much Improved or rather that the prospects for a Democratic majority are fast fading away In tact Democratic prospects have consisted mainly in claims and blus ter which are no longer as bold as they were a few weeks ago The pres ent Republican majority of 44 mayor may not bo reduced but It Is expect ed that it will be 25 or 30 if not more The hopelessness of the is apparent In their claim DemocratsI will gain from SO to 100 a claim of course is not sincere The Republicans will surely gain 12 or 16 seats and with that gain can lose 20 to 30 and still have a substantial ma jority But It is quite likely that as many seats will be gained as lost and the majority In the next house re- maIn about what it Is now The Democrats bare been basing their hopes on the unpopularity of President Taft but Taft is growing In public esteem dally The people are learning the truth about our big good natured honest president They are learning of the economies of his ad ministration of his personal sincere ity of his aim to give the people an administration for the best Interests ofallThen again the bugaboo of high prices which was laid to the tariff Is becoming a boomerang Everyone knows now that the Increased prices were not due to the tariff but best of I all prices are rapidly falling and InI many instances are lower than a year ago while wages are constantly being advanced General Industrial condl tions are good The revenues under the operation of the new tariff con tlnue to Increase and no sign of ca lamlty can be seen and without calamity which Is always the chief Democratic asset that party has no argumentGood Is being made In legislation and the work of the present congress will compare favorably with any preceding one In fact It Is more than probablo that the first two ses alone of the Sixtyfirst congress will be numbered among the most Impor tant and effective In our history The appropriations to keep pace with our growing population and the increasing demands should be larger every year and yet It Is believed that the appropriations of the present ses sion will bo but little If any larger than those of the last regular ses j lion This result In conjunction with the millions saved In will present a record admInIstrationI should assure an president and a good Republican ma jority In the next There will be houseImediate tariff law Is working so perfectly that present change Is demanded while noI agree that we should give It a fair trial In the meanwhile the tariff board with an appropriation of 250 000 will be able to gather Informa j tlon that will bo valuable when the next revision takes place I Taking all conditions and facts together It will bo seen that the Demo crats have no reasonable arguments to offer the people while the Repub licans will aggressively present the issues and force the fight In every congressional district where there is a chance to winThe Ohio Returns A great todo was made over the returns from the Fourteenth Massa I chusetts district and those from the Rochester dUtrlct where on the face I of the election results the tariff and I the regular Republicans had sus tamed a crushing defeat on their I merits But those same papers which shouted so loudly over these results i andilocalhad little If anything to say of tho returns from Ohio where for the first I time the voters of a whole state and not merely an Isolated district had the opportunity of expressing their convictions Tho voters of Ohio gave a rousing vindication of the presi dents policies and of the Payne tariff Political conditions are proverbially unsettled Immediately after the enact ment of a now tariff law and espe cially in tho off year between presi dentlal campaigns In renoralnatlng with only two exceptions the present members of tho Ohio congressional delegation tho Buckeye Republicans gave an Indorsement to the adminis tratlon and Its economic policies which ought to reassure the most tim orous Republicans that the country will rally to the support of the presi dent and return a substantial majority of stalwart Republicans to con gress next fall In the light of existing conditions it Is not olear why Champ Clark should await with such tremulous eagerness the coming of the first Tuesday af rthe first Monday in next November as he recently de stared he did The great keynote speech of tho minority leader which was supposed to touch off the fire Worn contained nothing that shout- cause Republicans to despond 0 course it touched a sympathetic chord In the hearts of the insurgents whom Mr Clark eulogized so fulsomely but it will take a bigger and bet ter key to unlock the doors of con gress this year or the White House two years hence and admit the partyKTariff Cost of Living Democratic members of congress new ond old stale and fresh are hold Ing an unusually lively talkfest on how the American tariff system is en tirely and wickedly responsible for the high cost of living In this mat ter the people of the United States are all from Missouri and it is up to toIIngs of our tariff potatoes which in the state of New York are deliveredj by the farmers at the freight train for 30 cents Increase In price by the time they reach the consumer In this more Why and how through lOne of the tariff cotton is there being no duty upon cottonthat cotton goods cannot be I made or sold for a price that con sumers will pay to maintain their usual consumption Again The duty on beef mutton lamb veal pork etc being only 1H cents a pound how and why through the workings of the tariff the price of meats In this country should bo from 6 to 15 cents a pound more than In Canada as the orators tell us there being plenty of beef and mutton and pork Just across the line anxious to come Into this country If It could get In The consumers would like to know lust by what economic miracle a duty 3f Iv cents keeps a pound of Canadian meat from coming here to a market that Is from 6 to 15 cents better for the man producing meat than his awnStill another Coffee upon which there is no duty Is sold here in the raw as Imports at about 6H cents a pound A full explanation is due as to how and why through the workings of the tariff this coffee reaches the consumer at the price paid by him of from 18 to 45 cents a pound accord Ing to where he buys his supplies and under what name he Insists upon hav ing the coffee labeled To continue The price of shoes not having gone up as It happens when there was a duty upon hides now that we have free hides why and how through the workings of the tariff the price of shoes now Is rising Perhaps It will be easy for the Democratic orators to explain all of these things to the satisfaction not only of themselves but of the Amen an people If they havent the time being so busily engaged In producing political noise to explain all they ought to explain at least one Perhaps they will perhaps notNew York Press Mr Taft Gets Harmony Either William H Taft has a larger ontrol over men and events at Wash ington than his knowltall critics are ontent to allow him or the Grand Old Party possesses In undIminished strength its traditional ability to pull Itself together and come out on top in any factional crisis In any case the practical passage of tho railroad bill and the assurance of success for the other administration hanges In a day the whole measuresI things for the president RepublicansThis shift may be due to a combination of the two causes which we have mentioned The habit of har mony the tradition of getting together tor the partys good Is as old as republicanism Itself Its spirit undoubt edly lay In the subconsciousness of both standpatter and Insurgent but it Is significant that It was not transmuted Into action until Mr Taft returned to the White House from his trip to Cincinnati Perhaps his new policy of having things out man to man with Individual members of congress Is giving him the power which the correspondents have not seen in his administration thus tar But whatever the cause we must feel a decided satisfaction that the two elements of tho Republican party have fulfilled the hopes for reunited actionAs a result the Republican party may begin to look forward to the November elections with far better courage Constructive action has al ways been the most effective gun which tho Republicans havo brought to bear upon the pathetic ramparts of Democracy We predict that It will be so again In the good year 1910 Chicago Post- Workingman More Prosperous The times are becoming better for I the rank and file of American citi zens Wages are not falling In fact they are In the ascendency taking the nation as a wholo In money the average wages paid the workingmen of America were never higher than they are today But Just as Important and perhaps more so is the fact that wages will buy more now than they would only a short time ago Market prices are sliding downward and with the Influx of fresh vegetables Incidental to the season they will continue to ebb to the satisfaction ot buyers of produce For many months to come the workIngman will not have to buy expensive fuel nor overburden himself with clothing and neither will he have to bea liberal patron of the butcher In all It looks like a highly prosperous summer for the working man This may lead to further ads vantages for those who are employed as the wave of prosperity continues to come InNew Haven Palladium MT ZION Juno 8 Several from this Piece at Mttrpleafr9porWdca nice time Mr Jim Chick of near Sulphur Springs visited relatives at this place Sunday and Sunday night Mr Jake Leach of Rob RoyVlslt- Cd Mr C G Taylor Sunday night Mrs 0 D Miller who has boon quite sick for the past two weeks is some better at thIs writing r Miss Floy Taylor of this place is visiting her grandmother Mrs Sanderfur of near Select Mss Elizabeth Taylor of lleaverr Dam is visiting relatives at this place Mrs Leona Davis and children of Lloton Ind are visiting her sister Mrs N T Sanderfur Mr GardIn Duvall of HorseBranch spent Monday night at Mr LJMiI lersMr Flem Taylor and little ron Kahn of Rob Roy visited his par ents Mr and Mrs C G Taylor last MondayMr L Allen of this placevls Ited her Bister Mrs Flora Howard of PlmJhlco Sunday Mrs Gary of Morgantown Is visiting hen daughrer Mrs W S AllenMisses Rhcda and Dotora Leach of this place visited at Mr Olyite Tay lors of Hickory Monday Mr Birch Davis of Llntoni led who was seriously Injured In theiIIllooJ at that place Monday May 23 died Sunday May 29 His remains were brought to this place Wednesday June 1 for burial Services were conducted by Rev W N Miller at the church after which his remains were deposited in the burying ground close by He leaves a wife and three children father mother two sisters and one brother besides a host of friends and other relatives whore hearts are made sad on accountof his death May we 11 live 1n such a way as to meat him again It is hard so hard to give one up That we have learned to love But God knoweth all things beal And has said come up above Birchs life Is ended His work on earth Is ore He is waiting for us in Heaven Where parting Is no more eWill Entertain Soldiers A committee composed of F L Felix A C Yelser and C M Burnett appointed by the Hartford Commer cial Club to have charge of the ar1 rangement for the old soldiers reun- Ion which Is to be held in Hartford Monday July 4th let the contract for furnishing food supplies and refresh ments one day recently to Mr E J Tilford and the matter will bo In charge of Mr George Arbuckle of the City Restaurant He will furnish din ner to the soldiers and their wives both Federal and Confederate free of charge and also to the members sUpI grounds and no gambling will be permittedNoticeWool Growers All those who are interested in the wool pool In Ohio county are request ed to meet at the court house in Hart ford Saturday June 11th at 2 oclock p m for the purpose of considering price for the present crop and to transact any other business which may be necessary The meeting will be a secret one Respectfully E C BEARD Pres Ohio County Wool Growers Assn D M STEWART Secy- SELECT June 8Mr Avery Stewart and family of Cromwell visited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mr Delmer Stewan who has been attending the State Normal school at Bowling Green has returned home Mess Baldwin and Hocker of Beaver Dam were In town Monday buying hogs The roads In this section arc almost Impassable In many places Several from this place attended the Telephone meeting at McHenry Sat urday Mrs Susie Stewart wlio has been quite sick for sometime Is not any better Wounding the Kings English- One of Washington wealthiest wo man is another MrsM alaprop and her acquaintances tell many a weird story of her mamlpulaSton of the Klogta Ens Ikih Once a friiend said to her Mrs BlanK how well and strong your daughter rooks Yes wag the answer Mary Is BO well in faot I think ehe Is the most indelicate ghfl in Woshinsten Another time someone said in refer enoe to Marys return from abroad Where Is Mary now The mother Malaprop answered She ds at Paiifl and she would tlpesd Ml of her dime here if eho could She Is the sreaJc t aa s iaj ia j jj jj j IfJ tI i Let Us Show You Our Liue Of It I BUGGIES and SURRIES 6t i We are headquarters for the famous Owensboroltne genuine oeo bi J3 G Delker and Banner Buggies and Surries which are fully guaran JJ- f teed They will last longer and run easier than any other buggy or t- Jj surrey on the market jj- n Uk 1 THE OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CO i 4Inuorporatcct= Hartford KeratUcky = i ww www oat Parasite I have ever known She also Informed someone hat her husbands costume at n masked ball was very effective that he went In tho garbage of a monk Another time her daughters hand was prais ad for Ka beauty and she solid Yes Daisy has a beautiful hand and the next time we go to Italy we intend having a bust made of Daisys hacd SelfEjected Each man affixes his own badge If he Is loyal to the Republican patty to its platform and to the legislation intended to realize that platform dn public life he Is a good enough Republican Is such by his own RiOt and may fear no threats of party ejec tion But as for that person who would wear the livery of Republican lam to serve Its enomlas Itis just as true that he Is eelf Jected and has made his own place Troy Times Things That Make Up Life Opportunities are the fuel of life ability Is the match which kindles it keepstheUnpleasant to Have Around Are you still engaged to Mr BriggsNo 1 I broke It oft last week 1 knowsIhe went to and be bought it for 2 cents below the regular price Englands Old Common Field System A common field is quite distinct from a common It Is a field be longing to numerous owners Tho land consists of long narrow strips perhaps not more than ten yards wide and run ning parallel with one another What are the exact rules of cultivation that obtain In Kent today wo do not know but of old it was usual to have a regu lar rotation such as wheat one year barley or oats the second and fallow the third When the crops were harvested each member of the community getting his or her share all could put in their cattle which roamed over the whole field feeding on the stubble etc And this was termed the right of sack The common field system was gradually done away with by statutes In the reigns of George III and William IV London Express A Famous Temple The most magnificent work of are chitecture in the world Is the Taj Mahal In Agra Hindustan It was erected by Shah Jehan to the memory of hIs favorite queen It is octagonal in form of pure white marble inlaid with Jasper carnelian turquoise agate amethyst and sapphire The work took 22000 men twenty years to complete and though there were free gifts and the labor was free the cost Is estimated at 110000000 Exchange Summer Tourist Fares The Illinois Central Railroad Company authorizes round trip tickets sold as follows Cerulean Ky 350 East View Ky 215 Grayson Springs Ky lCB Chicago ILL 1605 Tickets on sale May 13Vh 1910 Aa September 30th 1910 Inclusive Final return limit Oat 3lBt 1910 Dawson Springs Ky 230 round tickets pni sale daily Final re fun six months from date cut sale The above ratea apply from Beaver Dam Ky Low rates from other ate loDl19n appllcafdon- V J E VflLIMSUd Agent Program Of Epworth League and Sunday Schoool Conferences Hartford Ky June 2729 1910 MONDAY EVENING 800 p m Address Jibe Leaguers Relation to the Home to the Church and to the Community Dr J H Young TUESDAY MORNING 830 Devotional led by Rev I M Page 900 Paper Educational Aims of the Pastor Rev J T Cherry 920 Paper The Pastor aa a Teach er Rev G W Humonell 940 Paper Educative Power of Music Mrs G P DlHont 1000 Paper The Moral Vaflue of Reading Prof C C Justice 1020 Paper The Religious and Moral Education in the League Proto J L Foust 1040 Discussion 1100 Address The Ideal League Rev W P Gordon AFTERNOON 200 Devotional conducted by B A Brandon 230 The League as a Factor In personal religious devOectpment Mrs G W Hummell 245 Ethical Significance of Uw social life Miss Louise Babbage 300 The mission of Christianity to the world Miss May Taylor 320 Discussion hearing reports and making plans for the future 800 Address using Stereopticon views 830 Devotional cervices The mod ern Sunday Btihcol history and prog ress 900 1 End sought and means used dn the beginning of the move ment E E Pate 920 2 End sought and means used in the school of todayW C Hayes 940 3 End sought and means used In the Weal school G P Dill on 1000 Is a live evergreen Supday school practicable In every preadhing place and every destitute community within our borders If net why not J O Smitnson 1020 To what extent Is the pastor responsible for the number and efficiency ol Sunday schools in the bounds of his charge A L hell 1040 To what extent and how may institute workannual conferenc district and otherbe utilzed in pro moting Interest in Sunday schools P C Duvall 1100 A comparative study of de nominational Sunday school work in the South A P Lltchfleld 1120 General dlBCuauton 1200 Adournmeat j AFTERNOON 200 devotional services 220 Special day object method value 1 Missionary day S C Nun ley 2 Decision day F E Lewis 3 Children day I M Page 300 The Sunday school as an Evangelistic agency E N Metcalfe 330 The importance at the WOrk of the Sunday Bohool tenclIerB A Brandon 340 Some practical question 1IBt- he plan of salvation made plain and pressed upon the personal attention of the pupil If not why not dM- sotmalonlad by ED Ryan 2 Does the Qaf flie school include any method or personal vangeU6m 11r I not why not Discussion Jed by R D Bennett 3 Are there conver sions In the school If not Why not Discussion led by J T Demonbreun 500 Adjournment EVENING 800 Sermon or address- WESTERFIELD y June 8The farmers in this com- munIty are very busy They are get 1wting along fine with their iworkj The M W A decoration at this place Sunday was quite a success The Pleasant Ridge and Maxwell teams were here to drill They put on some stuntsMr Ernie Hlnton entertained quite a crowd of young folks Sunday Mr Owen Wells and Miss Cora Gill Ji spent Sunday at the home of Mr A M Hawkins Mr Odle Smith has gone on at4 fishing excursion and Mr E K Smith is going to drive the stage- while Odle is gone Mrs Elizabeth Jewel and little daughter Sis spent Monday night with Mr J H Jewel and wife Mr Odle and Miss May Hawkins left Sunday for their home in Ow ensboro They had been spending a few days with their parents Mr and Mrs A M Hawkins Big Aviation Meeting of Educe tional ValueIThe people of Kentucky should not lose sight of the educational value of the aviation meet announced by The Louisville Tllmosrto be held June 1819 at Churchill Downs Few of our people have ever seen an aeroplane and this a latest scientific development Is one which should be observed by every body RENDER I June 7Mrs G T Edwards went lt- o Horton last Wednesday Fred Tatum of Simmons was here last Wednesday I Simon Jones and J W Baker and Mini Lucy James went to Louisville last Thunday Mrs Ellsha Williams of Rockpoort f wa6 hen hut Thursday the guest of her brothejyJ Q Harvey Mr and Mrs Everett Kendall oat Beaver Dam were here last Thursday the guosta of his and Mra C K Carsoou T Dr J O McKennsy Taylor Mines was here Friday Mrs John Jones of SJmmonB was here Saturday Wm Turner went to Oentral City Saturday Wise Jessie Shull wettt to Rockpfort SundayMaster Willie Jones of Mercer Sta tion was here Sunday W T Ingrain worst to Honste Branch t1Jtl yesterday MLA NtllyoHei is was ta Beaver Dam yesterday iMr T S Marks and daughter Mfes1 l MffrgaTOt of Hart rdVeJ1e here v yesterday f I Mrs Effto Dean of Tell City Ind t 1b1r i Wanted An organlaer In this section for our sick accident and life t cotrltloateeon a very renewIal contract Write at once Kentucky tate Manager 10311041 Drexel Building Phllttdolptala Ri1A iii