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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i thjct v ftqrnblicandFine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALLTH PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Yearr ai VOL XXIIH TFORD OHIO COUNTY 4KY FRIDAY JUNE 17 1910 No 48 STANLEY FOR COLD STORAGE Ky Congressmam Would Build One at Capitol Has Backing of Government Chemist Who Says Would Cut Down Bills WashlngtonD CJune llHon A O Stanley a member of Congress from Kentucky has presented a unique bill in Congress It Is to provide a gov ernment cold storage plant in Wash ington He Insists that such a plant vrlll more than pay for Itself In sav lug the government thousands of dol lars yearly Dr Wiley tho distinguish ed government chemist and advocate of the pure food laws expresses his approval of the Stanley bill He says a government ice house will result in better provisions for the army and navy and cut off the enormous profits of the meat trusts A cold storage plant built by the government ac cording to the statement of this bill will cost a million and a half and It La provided that the Secretary of the Treasury shall buy a site and proceed at once to build a model tutorage house for meats butter vegetables and such other foods as are issued to the army and naval forces of the United States The bill has another purpose In that It will give the gov ernment a chance to study and learn the cost of keeping perishable foods in n healthful condition without taking the evidence of interested and preju diced men In the employ of the trusts y Moreover H will save thousands yearly by supplying food to the army and navy and to the Soldiers Home situated In Washington and to other soldiers homes in different parts cf the country In his argument in favo of the bill Representative Stanley aays that the most odious and opt resslve of all trusts is the toed trust and he points out that although the coM storage men protest that charges of exorbitant prices with which they are indicted have been disproved it Is universally believed that cold storage la the hands of the trusts 1s one of the main causes of high price of foodsRepresentative Stanley and Dr Wi ley have been in correspondence In a recent loiter to Dr Wiley Mr Stanley asked his opinion with reference to the feasibility and advantages of the cold storage plant In this letter lie cald It Is certain thru cold storage men are in the habit of keeping meat and other foods long after thev cease to be wholesome The government experiences great difficulty dn obtaining accurate information and must necessarily deperd upon expert statements of Interested parties In replying to this letter Dr Wiley said In regard to the subject cf a cold storage plant in Washington in so far as facilitating our Investigations on the storage of foods concerned I am free to say it would be of the greatest advantage A government warehouse which could l o advantageous Dr Wiley declar tied that cattie are eold from his farm near Washington and bought by tho Consumers at less than half the price charged In 1Vashing6n or any other city where It is necessary tobu oold storage meat Mr Stanley argue 8 that if Dr Wiley IB correct it his statements the government will quickly bo repaid for the money Invested In a cold storage plant and moreover that the military and naval forces of the country will be supplied with a better Quality of eatables Mr Stanley says that thd plant could be op- erabed by the government at a minimum cost and that inasmuch as the government has refused o buy to Sjacco from the tobacco trust or powder from the powder trust there is oo reason why It may not make every effort to obtain its supply of meat Independent of the meat trust which has been thus and time again indicted and convicted He says that It U not Intended to have the govern ment go into the meat bushels but Inasmuch aa the government is the Otherl14ketttz payer toseeuro PrO moot onomical way l DurIng th last year more than a a a f I 74 i milHon ct dollarS was expended for meats for soldiers homes ajoue The army expended over two millions of dollars for fresh an ate to say noshing of bacon and lard The navy bill for butter was 00000 at the rate cf 33c per pound The fresh meat for the navy next fift eni millions Besides we purchased thousands of pounds of poultry Swift Armour Cudahey and other like concerns furnished this food at exorbitant cost to the gov ernment and at Immense profit to themselves ppMilton Oliver Returns Home Garded by Troops Eddyvllh Ky June 13 Milton Oliver wife ton and daughter pasS- ed through here this afternoon on their way from Hopklnsville where Oliver had been summoned as a wit ness in the alleged night rider indictments against Dr Amos and others the cases being continued to September Major Bassett and a detachment of seven men from the Hopklnsville militia came hero with the Oliver family and guarded Oliver to his home near La Masco this county It Is said that the state sol diers will remain with Mr Oliver In flnltelyto protect him from further violence He Is able to hobble around on crutches although he is slll weak from the wound received acme time ago The detachment Is mounted ONLY REPUBLICANSHAVE VOTE Caleb Powers Wins Every Con tention Before Republican r iCommfttee tIf Wlthcut opposition even on the part of the chairman of the committee of the district Caleb Powers and his followers got from the Republican State Central Committee at a meet- Ing held Saturday every concession demanded Although Mr Powers was present at the meeting he made his appeal through Judge Denton of Somerset and Mr Morrow AT Slier chairman of the Eleventh District Congressional Committee con ducted his own defense Judge Denton charged that the eleventh District Committee of which Mr Slier is the chairman was pre paring to allow Democrats to vote in tlw primary on September 15 which is to decide whether Congressman Dori- C Edwards or Mr Powers is to be the Republican nominee for Congress from the district Judge Denton fur ther charged that the committee had decided not to announce the expense of the primary until August 27 which would be too late a day for an appeal to the State Centrl Committee What gave the Powers faction the most concern was the rumor that all freeborn American citizens would be allowed to vote In the primary Such a move it was held would be hostile to Powers chances of nomination Judge Denton further alleged that no time of voting or polling places had been announced by the Eleventh Dis trict Committee which committee he declared was made up principally of Edwards partisans In defense Chairman Slier read the call for the primary which stated the hours and polling places quite distinctly This point being settled satisfactorily to both sides the State Cenral Committeemen them went into executive session Where they came out it was announced that the quaU fications of voters had been fixed it know Republicans and that the subcommittee of the Eleventh dis trict was to report the cos of the pri mary on July 16 innstead of August 27 The contest Is to be held under the Carroll law The only erlgnif leant thing about the meeting Saturday was that Congress man Edwards was without repreeen tatlon unless Mr Slyer was looking out for his interests ff Methodist Church Epworth League will meet with MrsJ S Glenn Saturday at eight oclock p m Let all members attend tW meeting as H is desired that the league shall decide what it will do for the summer Preaching by the pastorr both morn lug acid evening next Sunday THE BALLOTS MUTILATED Fraud in Hancock County ijocal Option Election f Howeyer New Ballots Are Print ed In Time to Give People Chance to Vote On last Saturday night some per son broke into tho office of County Clerk N N Lamar at Hawesvllle and mutilated four of the ballot book by stamping all the ballots in book except the first ballot wettha is took a stencil and stamped the ballots as they would bo stamped bj the voter except that all of thorn wer voted against local option The four books multllated were for the Lewlsport Yellow Creek Pellvllk and Patterson precincts It was evidently the intention of the person who did the work to prevent discovery till too late by leav ing the first ballot in the book un touchedClerk Lamar discovered on Monday that his office had been entered but he was unable to discover any molestation of anything in the office Everything was in Its place and after looking over the office generally the clerk decided that nothing had been disturbed This morning the clerk sent the books out to the precinct election of ficers The mutilation of tho books was first discovered at Lewlsport When the ballots were delivered to the officers there they opened the book to inspect the ballots They found the first ballot to be correct but all the others had been stamped wet and against local cptlon The Lewlsport officers called Coun ty Clerk Uamar and told him that no election could be held inthatpre clnct because all the balloto had been mutilated but one Clerk Lamar Immediately employed runners for cah voting district and sent them to Inspect the books They found them all in good condi tion except the four mentioned Clerk Lamar arrived in Owensboro on the noon Texas train and new ballots prrinted for the four precincts They will be printed in plenty of time for use at the election and the clerk says that the lo cal option election will take place on Thursday June 16 as ordered by the court notwithstanding the ef fort made to prevent a vote in the four precincts named- It is believed that It was the inten tion of the guilty person to mutilate the ballots in every voting precinct in the county but that he had time to destroy those in only four precincts when he was forced to leave the courthouw before daylight to preveoit detectionIt by the drys that the four precincts will give big dry ma- Jorities and as the person who de stroyed the ballots did not have time to destroy them for the entire county ho confined his work to those which were expected to give the heaviest dry majorities There are nine voting precincts In Hancock county and the five in which the ballots were not tampered with at Hawesvllle Indian Creek Lyonla Utility and Eastln Jt is not known who committed th deed but reports from Hancock say that two persons are under suspicion and It Is probable that there wHI be an early arrest cr twoOW cisboio Inquirer Court Notes- A recent special session in the Ohio County Court held June 4th the cars of the Commonwealth against George M Maddox charged wjtlh breach cf the peace growing cut of an assault upon his plstsrlnlaw iMrs William Maddox was tried and resulted in the jury returning a verdict fixing his punlshmecft at a fine of 100 Mad dox WaS not present either In person or by attorney and he Is now moving the count to grant him a new trial alleging that he In same way under stood that bo trial would be had on that day As to what disposition lJonlweTA two Mys session of coulnt twas c1 Y I- l A hld at Rockport Wednesday and Thursday of last week during which time quite a number of prosoouslons were disposed of The result of tho two days session was that Mrs Mat juryandand malt liquors In an examining trialS e was held to await the ac tion of the grand Jury under a 500 bond m the charge of keeping am 111 governed house The clerk of her drinking stand A G Wright was fined fur tho offense of breach of the eace Miss Lillian Drake was fined 50 on charge of fornication The evidence on which these prose cutions were based was procured by a Special detective Mr F M Greer of Louisville who Is with I the Hard Jug Detctlve Agency His work was splendidly accomplished and resulted die conviction of every prosecution Bostvinous and malt liquors Five prose cutlons were begun and four convic alone had The cases were sharply contested from the very beginning Mrs llosw ell and her people being ixtpresorted by the finny of Barnes Anderson Commonwealth by attorney C E Smith and Mr E M Wocdward The officials of tho town mean to take no chances as to ultimate con vlcUon In these cases and In addi tion to the employment of able coun sel they employed a stenographer Mars Evaland Caldwell to take the evidence At the recent regular term of Ohio County Court Aho will of the late Ca tan Satdusky was probated ad ordered to record He disposes of his property In a rather remarkable way To Grace Blar of Johnson City Ill he wills a hous and lot In Cairo Ill To Mrs M B Doubet of Horse Branch he wills the Sandusky Hotel at Horse Branch including furniture and fixtures stating that this bequest was for service rendered To Sam Waggle Rachel and Generva Waggle of Pennsylvania he bequeaths 100to Aunle Belle Blair of the same place he bequeaths 800 to Dr M B Creel Central City 500 Sim Waggle a gold watch Sam Sandusky a gold watch He stated in his will that because he had previously con veyed a house and lot In Central City and Dawson Springs to his wife that he bequeathed her nothing The will of the late J Reece Curtis was likewise probated and ordered to record set A Pleasant Evening Mr Fred Shultz and sister Miss Eunice entertained a number of their friends Wednesday evening June 8th pl0 at their delightful home near Narrows The evening passed pleasantly with vocal and Instrumental music and all present report a most enjoyable time Those present were Misses Bessie K Acton mateD Ky Hattlo Lawlace Lula Loyal Mamie Powers Isabelle Thomas Eula Woos ley Monnle White Ello Renfrow Eu nice and Grace Shultz Messrs Thur man Woosley Artlitr Bennett Carl Bnnctt Rollle Foreman Everett Kir by Bryan Powers Oscar and Fred Shultz all of Narrows One Present WESTERFIELD Juno 14 Farmers ar getting along nicely with their work in this see ion It U thought that the road grader will be1 through here In a few weeks We will all be glad to see It for the roads certainly need work Mr Clyde Mitchell who has been attiudJng school at Bowling Green for the past few months has reutrned homeMr and Mrs V ss Taylor and Miss Cora Jackson who have been visiting friends and relatives at this place for somottlme returned to their home in Henderson yesterday Prof A P Taylor Owensboro la visiting relatives hers Messrs Lorolo Taylor awl Owen Wets and Misses Ora Chaman and Cora Gill of this place attended Sun day school ait Adoburs last Sunday Mr Odie Hawkins Owen bore was hire on business this morning Mr Sidney Bozarth called on Mrs Elizabeth Jewel Sunday Mr Silas Hoheimer Hartford was here this oncrning Mr Claudio Holwlmer left this morn- Ing for Hartford to work Mr Virgil McEuwen and wife Stur gis Ky ore relatives in this I communityI 1- t NEW BUILDING FOR MASONSI Corner Stone Laid at Shel byville With Ceremony Grand Master Cowles of Louis ville Conducted by DeMo lay Commandery Shelbyvllle Ky June HWith IH full ritual of the Masonic order WI corner stone of the new building tot the Old Masons Homo was laid toda and the structure consecrated will the Masonic emblemsthe corn of pier ty the wine of joy and gladaes and the oil of peace The Impressive ceremonies were our ducted by Grand Master John H Cow les ct Louisville with the ether Grand Lodge officers In attendant to perform the necetsary dutied de volvlng upon them Masons were present from all see Lions of Kentucky but the Loulsvllli delegation which Ircludtd fifty numbers of the DeMolay Cammandery It full regalia headed by the FirstUegl meat Band eclipsed all others both Ii numbers and pageantry They were welcomed on the arrival of the C and O train by Shelby Cammandry Xo 32 la full dress uniform Auitomo biles were provided for the dlgltar lets and the ptiiade formed with the Louisville Sir Knights In the place of honor as the personal escort of the Grand Master formerly opened the exercises and Introduced the aged Chaplain the Rev B F Hungerford who Invoked the divine blessing ot the occasion The address of welcome on b hall of Solomon Iodge No 5 was dolly ered by lion John K Todd and the response by Judge E B Beard 01 tho Board of Directors under whos supervision the building will be corn pleted The Grand Treasurer Capt John H Leathers of Louisville deposited In the receptlcle prepared for them ho tokens to be preserved The exercises closed with the sol emn ritual of the order and a brief but Impressive address by the Grand Master Captain Brlnton B Davis of Lou isville was present and tcuk part In the exercises The Home for Old Masons was established In 1901 on a farm of 166 acres one mile west of Shelbyvllle on the State pike An Explanation In view of the fac tthat the min utes of the Hartford district Union A S of E held at Beds on the last Thursday in March were never publi shed as requested an explanation Is probably due from me In accordance with the request I mailed the minutes as made by E C Baird Secretary pro tern to the Hartford Republican a few days after the meeting wltk request that they be published In the next Is sue after their receipt O R TINSLEY Sec The foregoing minutes were never received at this office and as to why we do noV know We regret their loss very much as we have always gladly published any and all thing of Interest to the Equity people or advance the cauae tt Equity THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Notice The A S of E Stock Commltte will make a shipment of stock Monday June 27th Those having stock to ship will ploasa notify the com mlttee SILAS STEVEXS JOHN M SHULTZ L B TICHENOR 47t2 Committee p GILSTRAP June 14 Farmers are behind with their work In this community on ac count of EO much rain Mr and Mrs E P Stewart took dinner with Mr and Mrs J D Smith FridayMt and Mrs 0 C Allen took din ner with Mr and Mrs Shelby James last Sunday Miss Dona Morris Mrs Ollie James and little son Earnest are visiting their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Le Taylor Beaver Dam Mr and Mrs George Bradley and little daughter Flora have Just returned from a visit to heir brother Mr Will Bradley Threlkel Mrs Cora Warren visited Mrs Ado James Wednesday evening Miss Maggie Smith visited Mrs Lot tie Allen Saturday Mr Earl Smith Select was a pleasant caller of Miss Dona Morris Sun dayMr Alx Warren and daughterCath erlne Mr and Mrs Cal Brizentlm and little daughter Edith took dIn- er with Mr and Mrs W C LlteJ SundayMiss Nellie Igloheart Bowling Green Is visiting her cousin Slits Buna James Powers Claims Eleventh District by 15000 Somerset Ky June 14 Caleb Pow ers who is making a warm campaign against Congressman D C Edwards In the Eleventh district arrived la Somerset this morning and after a hasty conference with local hench men he started on horseback for a campaign through Hutsell Wayne Adair Monroe and Cumberland coun tiesPowers is delighted with the action of the State Central Committee at Louisville Saturday and claimed he would carry the district by 13000 On this trip he will make over fifty speeches and will ride horseback alone from place to place as this Is his favorite manner of traveling through the mountains FOR THE BUSY READER John W Barr of the class of 1SS3 of Louisville was elected an alumni trustee of Princeton by a decided majority over Adrian C Jollne 1870 of New York 5 i Will Hunter a negro was taken from the officers by a mob at Star City Arkand lynched The negro had beat arrested for entering the room of a white woman 5 The Tennejsse State Board of Health submitted Its report for May showing twentyfour cases of pellagra In the State deaths from the disease 5 and suspected cases 4 5 Former Congressman South Trtmbte of the Seventh district has been chos en assistant secretary of the Demo cratic congressional committee wltti headquarters in Washington Whether the Pullman Company and the railroads owning and oporaltng their own sleeping caps will wage a further fight against the reduction of berth rates will be determined at a conference which will be held today In St Paul The Standard Oil Gas and Asphalt Company of Delaware was Incorpo rated by the Secretary of State of Alabama to work gas wells recently discovered In Fayette county In that State The canlal Is 11000000 with 975000 paid In The government Is engaged in col lecting evidence Intended it Is said to form the basis of a suit against the Great Lakes Towing Company under the Sherman antiTrust law on the ground that it Isa combination In restraint of trade 1 It Is understood In Washington thac the nomination of J M Sharp for District Atorney of Eastern Kentucky will not be acted upon at this session of Congress and that during the rev cess the President will again recou- aUUr the case 5 A house bill requiring land grant railroads to have their lands surveyed was passed by the Senate after being materially amended The bill wig presented by Senator Hughes who stated Its purpose to be that of mak- Ing it possible o collect taxes on the lands s S President Taft will spend ten days or more in the Middle West in October He will be In Cincinnati Oc tober 1 While ho announcement has been made that he is to take au ac tive part in the campaigns it Is ber lieved ho will discuss polltcs in his speeches I I MOSQUITOES EYERIWHERE Most Abmdant in Soutl ern Climate Tlergh AWn Type is Most Yarecinass May be Exter- aate JI May ways r ZthI4UlbMlt try etdt4y d1 izrd and xfrusrd Lu tiae nlAt a3n1 en- 7grwrtrtKtti ua 1lrtwy era L i4 fo su4a-i I 4 aa1 ykt t art1ks is r 1u srxrb tss rA their gtx x o Las sir xrrlde dsmstras It e- 1r4 that tr xlimxxaee and rrrsxt r- cA slio A11 L raw gatraar fa rJwod- dtssnr dt am ate o b Jn Ixldarrz dGroroI1U11 Fir sat u it Yrreu lye brat d all tsrxrs orliep Ic watt Ira j fsyttwt tall t tsars lo sM- xrJ J J Wtrrrttr As x ranker of luc ttse7 1IW1I8T 1 = 4 at t r err +1cb Breit brtaiu4 w tJ E- ysitu+4ir Wo tIr vdt Mt they x lh = gr tYatrtltas QI taw IMJIMItdif tertatsa Favc9 earsBrae Ye- ttriuwA ks avtsT-M paw MO wise air w tilt trMlt- a0ur Tom reay Le Saws Sa br- aerrs eti4rseHe t yyls 4- enx5 itlry tfo 1a kl axtir a J- ttdrlo y tf tIgk it Vmgsxe tA tser MIff tier war flee a errs flare ti1aJ a idiabte dltarr k4- 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xxamgivo- 1tcre were IO WMel tars of GO tons csuh and R rilourh From the meta of the cowcrstdur to the Mid of th- cubonw the llstuen was six fltt sor titan ono ante rhls Is big tor rnll4ollcJ currying but 6000 tousgef ooul LK u mall toad vfor carne of our boats 4to l1Pamc- rl Yrownuea l carrlld at ow time last year J3III Yru- sIt Is eerier to Love heavy freight II water thaw inaay othw rnuunor Fork this rOIUOIl Eutupo her built u great I network of canon acme IIC them quite urnlLlI and gouda gu by slow vUellSu very cheaply The 8ooroll141 of War tepotto that the canal at iauJt ale bfurle con muting Lake Superior with Lake Iiu roD carried fr79N149 torts of fright Jn 1909 Tblsw 40 per cent more than they carried the year before 2Zbe eazrid aa she qr2 tt 1Ai bv a Ord Zo 154r 988990 fna It wtia sun JCUIf- rg uI a fssli5s Chqs erceJc 2n it The ttic e rya- 9r31I t1 e1rt was a m 3- A2 e i lb af a cl1 Lc tb- yj reams c1 sa arm a4rmt- t yam CJII1J s s de ar ji Le1g1 st Is arlra nG i3it beCJt1t 9 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era troll of be proy rb will wort srUkx to haal1e fully OM ktrd atom crest Withow fsirs teas 1 It- e M Fi- rCFlaaron JfFJrJ1 Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIAMoiiteagle liiiIJit o July 23 Aw tso Ui 1910 D1IS jot twte June 34 July llLliZZrl-I sad Amer 12 19111 ttmal return Setir Stb 1910 Fare for round trip37ty J E WUIIAfS At avr Dam Ky j High Prices of Horses The erurtry ax a wiote bas beem I ellAi tkoraRhly reare teuadatlua The baekwEKlmeslc of faintes in wane tyetMas about plasdrg U breed I their snares trot pressure of the are rtallkn ItAWE un OlVr of- stallknt and the Eaixwbeund winter dletritutlonHofIIHoirvif have allrrnrated w delay Viand pmloti the trade this eprln3 Avery large v lmDe of early winter buanelt was done and early spring dfI were of lriUf1n wopurtlon- ituthe larteleaned for choice stal Hon hu JrHWd later than usual- i liume goal stallions and mares that were reerved IIY tJrr owners all whiter for showing next fall have lately been vold for broItng ZlU7I1Jf4JJJ lip clure belated buysra finally convince F4 that no surplus of horYJli I4Jfm- aafjlrlwbIDgI In thlll country Or any Ahl1r love otfered HUch long prlcoi that saea could not blJ refused The recent high prieee reached by heavy work hor aJI of good Reality at all mar klJtH at U uJlI1hJ ion of II s1ady PrJl- IJUonti inquiry far tllll class all aJlrl1l- showK how fully good horses are al- Jlloolaol4L TLe country is bare of high clsurs hor s and thew can not be bred front scrub stock The recent salu of all Percheroa neires fur 000 ludlcatee how foundation stock of till rlt kind la valued by thorn who preeelve the purslblllty of Amen can IJrwdlr Flom the tame stud recently horses have been sold to WYo mtug and Virginia to MlnMw and laOtHs and varlcus States be- twcenEx ISavod Fron Awful Death How all appatting talamlty In htn family was pneveatod is told by A n McDonaLd of Fsyutteyllle N C- It F No8 My sister dead cn- aumltbn he wrltoo Iihe was vary thin and pale had no appatlty and seemed to grow weaker avery day rut all rornOOWs Ialkod un Dr Kings Nnv Dlseovory was tried awl 150 com pletely curul hor drat tthu baa not boon troublOO wIth a enugh knee Its th bet medicine I ever sane or beard of For cougbsooldil lagrlpp- ouJma croup homorrhagciltl bronchial tmublwl tt baa no equal SOe 11100 Trial buttlo tree GUllDtUIotood by all druggists m iOK NmALL i AFREEIAL Tuned Oat of AsJ1IIi7 at Hone in eoUd1- TI was Aecnseg of Deittillfa Fe I IaleIate eI Fecbk I MIltk Iutitwte Frankfort Ky Jane 1LOeiy the fdlrgxoe wdI tadJs to Liearxn whoa a airoe m be the anticr7- rsed on Dr w 1 C tNlernrrl- 1y saperln t or tae lad4 trfur- the eebkmlzded at Paak sit He- 1i1 neTer race a jtyho aserc to e zrge to criminal Irtlsaaeywr s a rzn bma0e of Ute InE1t dos for dQI faa the bdk1n fashb hIm Ja tle Franklin Cimlk Crnt has bees tiled aonT and In effrct d3- mitatd It 11 trade EGcd tee that Dr tars YaD been re2eaaed Loll tee lmsae xzylun as erred arA t5zt he- Ir bak fa lb hcme in HParTecnJtr =hare hI s site rrcm arrE on the merge for rhkh ht was Indkted News uu Dr Ntrtall waafn Hti7 trraaZ7 hiring bten sett frdlfl the l41um Was a W2rprle 5u 1tanL- pinple list It Was no greater D e- thsa t e annrmroement that the n- dkment aga1est bm lad e1 drn- 18io11 TLe tzLt at the IndktmrJ t sad been IIIod away War rXI known 1- F3i1ttort wept fo a f w pertu s- andth today Tar order book ot be- FramkUn Circuit Court tbcnrs c o be- indldn ett aalrst Dr uUall hid- been filed away upon a stscnoen u- tRobit B Franklin ConDDTUk- hJwrrt7 that Dr SuaJ1 had b n sired oa Ii lunacy Warrant atd t ea- wmt to the ailum for the lnw e Mr Y131kllJ abro IUtu1 to te OlIn that be tad talked with Do r- tiers of te Board V Control or Cbat able JlllitttuUODi5 regarding Dr Nut- all and tea they were vaUsfled w Wave the tDdetmrDt filed away r- IImr that Dr Sutall was inse l that time and that he was Inunl- 1t he time he conmltW this cr rte lr Franklin also ttatO to the trnsrt that rte clrtnmetances or the case ledlJocd tsl he man was of uuiouad mind and that a ro dton oou11 not bf1 doused tI the Indictj meet was Died away Dr Ntall left Frankfort on a ptc- 2k given fur the Inmates ot the Iq sittute and nQ warrant was issued for lis arrest altbougb It was known IousIbeing kept over him and be did lot rourn to Frinkfoflt Several daye after he charge against Dr Nuttall- wcre tint made a warrant was lasu hayiuthing was heard of him for a long time although a reward of j1I was of feted for till arrerr 11Jien he case reportIhad been dutcovortd In Drll J lion luTali In an Irsane condition An II- IJ3nty Inquest waa held and Dr Nut tall was promptly committed to an Irnnne asylum The general public thought Dr Nut tall still was In the asylum and them wu of his ro urn to Henry county was brought here by OM of the at acJI of the asylum Who said that and10011ntFine Land for Sale Wo have 960 acres of tine bottom land from one and a halt to two miles of Ilaraford part of It with timber Also about 7jj acres of up land belonging to the came tract Tormta easy Apply at once to Dar= nttt Smith Hartford Ky U The Time Appointed Dy JOHN F PORTER A most Ltartling announcement has been mate as to the time In whIch we jive Then can be no mistakes ns to tbrr e dates as they are founded on the word of God proved from astronomy TM World must admIt that God Orb on exact time This is why Jerus said Ie time Is fulfilled Jerusalem shall be trodden down until the Um4 of tko Gentiles be I fulfill They had a sot perIod and JerwlIun was to lie low until the time expired Israel had tI set po clod cl blindness put on them which the Gentiles wore treading down JorufrLtPm Romo 1121i It cuts no rfhYdomabout time times and hall times sevea timesGentiles tlms70 weeks 160 days otc Prot Dlmbley the premium of the British Astronomical and chronological society of London Emg4aud WI come before the world r t i eIiIMt na1 01 tk 4 +e lose esi4 sterner Egg r s f aisle list rP PM a tk1M aee- tine edIII Prfrasr3ta assn 9ns trcar ere tirs sasiis the nrialessaslaa ad Yaics d Be wsssid es tTy IIJ3- IhiM aem m weeks t1gra PotnI41Is kac s old ve scar aaIe aMu N DLaltr Eeteaty reeks a3 ipeers are edJi ne periok Te is 1fi- e3Q Mst of saesesrni 4ca rrhJ1 triesloner s a Nes1 zeaa he zUe Lo tt or any thlsg aka away To a3te tise ye- seust alter tie Iirs eII the mairerra- ei1ie2 MS La W they cia begin peon war they plesss Tie stfact Ss IBIe Ire aat arsty she po or we btile of eclipse can bt sH Is srl111- HC1i1 kwwlediye zs ttis to h JaW den7 Let It be embfret tae B1- ble Is s prfdse Leak An Itsnos asp ioda are plaaerary lVJos Tare thlr9ren ffeL sst d time made liT men bat Bible time Igaff ue ty the sea and seotso3 Its pun astronomy the taag itceot- clocklike moresnen s of the Heavens Let us rejoke that we have cl1 a fQ end34 Bible EveryA1 solar years i s like hie dWof a dock begianing and ending at u same point The Gentile time began rh NeLucha- dneasr He TU the bead of Got ThIL was ZG 12 the 5h year of solar cycle wrlcl1 Is a tape made ad- l pare by the Lan Tae year 4G 12 ended the four great ctaplres fAhkh Daniel sptsks and falls in the same year or the solar cycle Bsbylonlau empire ruled 50- 3fedo penian ruled 2D i Grecian ruled Z9- i tome ruled GtG- I Total O- The eclipse or 5Sf 12 and our IDS are the same The tro years there tore are identical Do you kDaw that j In astronomy a day Is a year aLu- j becuse the sun goea round the circle 11tt1Jizodiac In a year One motion being caused by the rotation of the earth and the other by the revolution of the world around the wn Atdher writer describes the plautarT mo- tionI of the Heavenly ckck as follows Every ZW years LJ a tolar cycle measured eff by planets The bands of the ckck ccme around to a certain point then the same as the mlau n a1 hour hand of a clock whIch meet together at twelve Every time they wet at twelve we call fLu cycle The billie calls It a time that la the planets go round the circle some fast some slower Every time the earth makes a revolution around the sun- wee call Jt a year and 300 year Is a act period beginning acd ending at the same poInt like two hands of a clock When the bIble talks about tr4inI is one race or one time They start out again acd go round that makes two times and so on This great click has been runnIng ever since Ged started It wound it up and gave the pendulum a wlrg Now we find by looking Into the Heavens that the race of the planets are ZO yearn Therefore we know when the bUle talks about a time It means 360 years and when It says two tImed It means 720 years and when It reys seven times It means 2520 year The bIble Is very exact- as o time To charGe biblical time or btetcry Is to challenge and mock at the movements of all the planetary bodIes and the eternal laws under which we Uvco man can marshal the heavens wlbout also placing his hand on the bible It mn want to overturn the prophecies they must also drive the orbs ot heavens from their course and quench the lIght of the sun There la no book equal to Gonl3s And as the beginning of time It Is a claim whlnh no man can serve without driving the spheres of heaven oat of their course Gen 114 God Bald kt there be light In the hOOlvens for e gnu and for reasoca and for days and years Our arlth- metlc gives this table thirty degrca one sIgn twelve degrees ono cycle This dw all aitmncrny There are ylaroto OIlcb sign and tswelvo aigna would 360We have seen that the four great empires fulfilled the slotted time of 1260 years When their time Plred they eamoto an end and anotbernaw thing started up VJz Thu Turkish esiphe This was trot A D 638 aud was to fulfill the j26O years and then thqfouremplr12iO years Then the 3tcsque of Omar was s9ton the stfe of Soltmcns teen esqlutlorrTitle when run1260 years 4lpu6diful rv Marble and Granite Monuments l tTfE onUIIIHHTAI Kul it WHAT WRONG lit With our= i p Public Schools I JOSEPH ROGERS 1 sees creating comment from the I press and educators ofAmerica Now running lit I LIPPINCOTTS MAGAZINE E ilGETIT IT = Special Rates Given to il Lippincotts Philadelphia E litiI fmM the allotted 2520 years 9redct- ed b Lei 64 en fa other words was the seven times pnalIment- Thi3 time will expire 19Ui We can- then look to a new order of things Yours Good News if True A firm In has opened large laboratories for the pnrpore of raising mUHoDS of billions of bU rlLI for In the ulrlu of the world The manager or the new company says that the dtscovtry of the pre senative mlcrote is the result of years of research Us o- bIct Is to tight other mlcrobts that found In butter whIch have a harmful effect upon Itthat for fum- Ing it rancid The only way of fighting these germs has hitherto been by the or which harmful aduI eraS Dot now the firm hu In findIng an antidote germ to the harmful oneand by lrtrcducllg It 1nto the milk Wore churning butter Is made which will keep fresh and pure for a long time The lnceulatlon of the milk has the effectbroadly speaking of setting a fight between the armies of good gam ant bad opesr I boWel1WhichInto the cream When the preparation 1s ready one gallon of It Is added to every twenty gallons of ream In the churn Ule rest of the butter making pruee procEeding In the usual way The prices of the cultures used In- these proeetsts vary from 75 cents to 260 a bottle The cultures equally effective in margarine II Army Manouevers Nashville June 19 and 26 1910 For above oooa- slon the Illinois Central Railroad will give rate of 385 for round trip Tickets on sale June 1th to 26th In elusive with final return limit June 28th 1910 7 J E WILLIAMS Agt Beaver Dam Ky Transportation Figures Nearly 7000000000 people were carrIed during the last ten years by the railroads of the United States In the year 1908 1600000000 tons of freight were taku by rail trom one part of the country to another The railroads of the UnIted Stttce have neaTly 5oo000 People on theIr pay tells and are PayIng them 1000 000000 a yearn which Is more than twIce as much as they paid lien years ago Their freight cars cart carry 71 000000 tons at once tmd they have 57oo01ocomotlvea During the 2a3t few years weigH of these lcamoUves hu snore than doubled and the of tons one of Urvse mopr3ern can haul atmcut ex coeds belief flU Is more Catarrh Sn this tiot tM country than aU othea dts teases put togElthf and untildie lair- few years was le Irnear able For agmlt many years dodors pronounced it a and Pre ecrl ed local rmedies and eantiy falltllS to CUre itreat ScienceLies f I Oar lttIIfaee l devoted escaluelvely to the Gtake 7darble and Stone trade and being thorotsgldy practical in same enables ua tobo lbvr- rtqulrmentaWe only kaadie the Very beet Granite and 3larbte add our utatloa has gained on Jut aria classra4 of goods Let us show lox W dollars and cents that it fa to your buy of us We gladly refer you to any or the parties we hare f rnlebbd as to our tT and responslbUILy- in dealings THOMAS WORKS Hartford II IS i I By M 1A of articles widespread in READ Teachers 17ADDRESS I Magazine fortruth England up ure sdeniific are use preservative chemicals are succeeded up opposing are Tennessee Co rth nwaber ere sec of upp tQ caJ1dlsoase obieon wIut1cx interest- to tlon1 treatment Halls Catarrh CUre manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo OhIo Is the only coustJtuUQn r OIl cure on the market It Is taken tnt rna1iy In doses from jo dips to a teaspoorlul It acts directly OQ the blood and mucous surl8CE of the sys em They offer one hundred dollars for any case It falls to cure Send for clrcuars and testimonials Addreat F J Cheney I Co ToIledo OhIo T Sold iy Druggists 75c Take hails Family PUTS for con stipatton m FAIRBANE8MOR8Eb 1 Gasoline Engines Pumps water grinds toed shails corn c Works every day ot a- small cost to operate AU slz foe aU purposes Send for catalogue SOi Address FAIRBANKSMORSE GOi Louisville Ky The Louisville Times FOR l 9 1 0sBRIGHTER BETTER BIGGER THAN EVER LOUISVILLE l will send Xour order to us you I can get The- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN AND TH- ELOUISVILLE TIMES BOTH ONE YEAR For Only 45A theBestPrinted Anywhere Has the best crops of correspond ents perfectlyCovers the general news field completely IHas the best and fullest markets reports Democratic in politics but fair to b everybody Send Your Slibscript1oi A Right Away To this papet not toThtrLonisville s 1 E- Tinree 1I r T i e t tt GERMAN PARCELS fJ V POST SYSTEM y thatiAgainst It I 4 Referring to the fact that the ex = act date upon which the German post li rundertook to transport parcels as well 00 scaled letters is unknown Consul General Robert P Skinner of Ham 1I burg says It parcelska time that no arguments tor or F against this service such as one hears In the United States are ever 1 r raised If It should be proposed in Germany to abolish the parcels post a most unthinkable proposition k loud complaint would no doubt be heard Immediately from the people of small towns and the farming population who ship to the cities their butter eggs vegetables and flowers to actual consumers thus competing directly with the retail proVisioning establishments of every city Thousands of Hamburg families probably receive their dally pat of fresh butter from the parcels post man whose existence renders dt pos sable for the farmer In Mecklenburg to visit the city once a year for finding customers returning to his home with the knowledge that his trade will be served Just as conscientiously as though he were located in the heart of Hamburg The roes charged by the German Government for the shipment of part cels within its own territory and o Austria which have been effedtlvo since 1873 vary according to the length of the haul In France an unvarying rate Is charged whether the parcel be transported one mile or 600 miles Within tho limits of Germany and AustrJa the rate charged for transporting a parcel not exceeding 5 kilos 1102 pounds In weight a distance of seventyfive kilometers 466 miles 25pfenf ed the rate for the first five kilos is CO pfennigs 0119 Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement will the publishers of the Inland Farmer of Louisville whereby we are enabled d to furnish The Hartford Republican a 1and that paper one year for 150 The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Journal and one of the best farm papers published In the United States Our readers should take advantage of thug offerr U The Era of Rich Women adVO1oateseRare fwed without represenfalon It Is of course quite luliKusiilblo ac cur ely to estimate what proportion of the nations wealh la ultimately held and controlled by women but some astounding facts are disclosed by a casual glance at rile list of taxpayers on personl property ln the City of New York alone Seven persons In Kew York are taxed on 1000000 worth or more of them are women anti a woman heads the list Mrs Emma B Kennedywid- ow of tjio late John Stewart Ken nedy who fs taxed on 6000000 Mr Kennedy ln his wlllleft his wife 15 OOOOOO besides giving about 30000 000 to charity The next two names J taxed upon 5000000 each are An drew Carnegie and Mrs Margaret Sage widow of the late Russlel Sage The third woman on tlfe list is Mrs Florence Amslnck widow of tho late Gustav Amsinck the Importing diem Ist who Is taxed OR 1000000 in per 5esonal property By her husbands will Amslnck received nil his real estate in this country In Germany and in Italy as well as much other t property She Is probably worth today 20000000 Scanning the New York tax list as far down ns those assessed at 50000 we find listed by their Christian names so that they are recognized as females some eighty other women paying a personal tax on a total of 8500000 Doubtless there are many others listed only by their initials Judging by the usual difference be tween the assessed value ota taxpayers personal property and tho ac tual size of his fortune these ttg tires muff bo multiplied good many times if we want to estimate tho total value of he property held by the eighty wopier It must be remember that soave of tho richest people In Nw York pay no personal tax and that others are rated on a p1 comparatively trilling l1Ss entnotll through perjury by any because of the many exemptions by a law For instance J PJerpont Slor grin Is taxed on only 400000 worth of i personal property inNew York j r1 rFor similar reasons the list doeti v a I J 1hr e =ii Theres Ignore strength in a bowlofa Quaker 4 Oats than in the same quantityor the same value ofany other foodYQtlcan eat 1 Most nourishing least expensivei Regular site lOe package and hermetically sealed tini lot climates GO not include some of the largest foiv tunes held by women usually classed 33 New Yorkers For example it doe not jshow the name of Sins E H Harriman who by the famous nine tynlne word will of the late railroad magnate inherited all his fortune which was eslmated by wellinform ed people a frTU 50000000 to 75 000000 th iih tome much higTieT guesses wec made Nor does It In clude Miss Helen Gould nor many other women of grew wealth Avoiding as far as possible mere es timates and guesswork and drawing the figures largely from the publish ed wills of the husbands parents or relatives from whom they Inherit ed ii is possible to make up a list l of American women comprising less than twenty names who control a combined wealth of half a billion dol lars It Is easy to speak calmly of the111Y3rage larger sum than has ever been ac cumulated by one man with the pos sible exception of John D Rtfckefell er Add twenty or thirty more names and the total would amount up toward threequarters of a billion Nor ev en so does thecatalogue claim to be complete Doubtless if the full facts could be secured a list of 200 Ameri tan women who control a combined wealth on 1000000000 could be corn piled without violence to the itruth Walter E Patterson In June Mun seys Democracy In Bad Plight Scandals involving every high office are now claiming the attention of the great states Indiana and Illinois It is charged on good authority in both Instances that the seats In Congress of Senator Shlvely of this State and Senator Lorimer of Illinois were bought One of the Senators is a Democrat and the other a Republican but Democratic legislators la both states are ihe pncs charged with having sold out j1 John Wi J ern of indianapolistwlco Democratic candidate for governor of Indiana Democratic candidate for vice president and In other ways tho most honored Democrat in Indiana made the charge openly that the brewers bought eight Democratic votes in the last legislature for Shive ly He says he knows them but will not name them In Illinois a Demo cratic member of the last Illinois leg islature has confessed to having re- ceIved a bribe to vote1 for Lorlmer and implicated a number of others In the corruptionNot Is the Democratic party placed In a sorry plight because its representatives made possible the corruption but because of the attitude of the partys leaders toward ite alleged crimes The Illinois chief executive happens to be a Republican and Is doing all he can to back up the prosecution and ferret out the wrong If possible In our owrj state how Is it We have a Democratic governor who completely Ignores tho serous charges and thus uses his position to connive at crime Honestly now Is there anything in disclosures being made in these two states that would recommend the Democratic party to the people The Republicans connected with this cor ruption are no better than the Demo Craw but the Republican leaders are holding the party safe byjetidlngthelj aid toward punishing the crimes The Republican party when wrongdoing is found in its ranks always purges Itself Thats the reason why It holds the confidence of the people Rock port Journal Do you use an atomizer in treating Nasal Catarrh If so you you will appropriate Elys Liquid Cream Balm the quickest and surest remedy for this disease In all curative proper ties it is identical with the solid Cream Balma which Is so famous and so successful 41n overcoming Catarrh Hay Fever and Cold In the head Thereto relief In the first dash of spray upon the heated sensitive alrpasso ges All druggists 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 50 Warren 8t New York 1r aTrya BIG HOGS ONCE ROAMED THE PRAIRIES Huge Porkers Live I in Nebraska Back in Prehistoric Times Hogs half as large as motor cars welgblms three or four tons and forth at the present price punk more than 1000 once roamed tho prairies of Nebraska The skeleton of one of these monsters has juGt boon discovered In Sioux County Neb and has been placed In the museum of the University of Nebraska According to scientists It was some bun dred of thousands of some millions of years ago that these animals Walk fed the earth and while they were very plentiful once only two skeletons of the species have ever been found The big hog and his mate were dlscoverred embedded In a mat rix of hard sandstone In Northwestern Nebraska In the museum this boW Is valued at 50000 the head alone being valued at 15000 And such a head Scientists teay this hogs head was almost as large ashn entire presentday hog The skeleton head Is more than a yard long and its tusks are so long and sharp that lt could litterally have ripped open a rhlnocerous with one swing of Its giant head The big fellow stood nearly 10 feet high at the shoulders but dwindled rapidly to the hind quarters Its neck was thicker than the body of a fully grown seer and its tusks were 11 Inches long- According to scientists this big hog and others of Ills tribe were the progenitors from which origina ted all the various kinds of hogs now raised by the farmers of the country But despite the height to which com prehensive breeding of hogs has risen not an agrlcuLural school In the world can boast of raising such hogs as nature scattered over the plains In the days when the world was young Last year Nebraska shipped to mar ket 3070010 hogs of normal size If these animals had only been of the kind of that one whose skeleton Is in the museum the gross returns at the present price cf hogs would have been 3383611100 and with the 307C0100 000 pounds of meat produced In their slaughter the question of the cost of living would be solved at once Ladies Take Notice S We can clean and press your coat suits skirts jackets cloaks or wraps also clean your kid gloves and muffs All work guaranteed Prices reason able Hartford Pressing Club A Release June 16 not Earlie Canadian authorities and the large land corporations of the Northwest Territories are making strenuous ef forts to attract settlers An active campaign Is now being carried on In New England Hundreds of thou sands of our citizens have left this country taking millions of dollars with them 1n some states the exodus has assumed such proportions as to occasion alarm and the authorities have instituted remedial meas urea to stay the flood of emigration In a few of the States Land Boards are conducting real estate exchanges and are making ludible effort to acquaint homeieekers with the nd van tages and opportunities of their own agricultural districts The lure of the West however Is still strong and compelling and the wonderful industrial and agricultural development which Is now going on in the arid and semiarid regions 3s attracting ambitious and adventurous young Americans Our own Govern meat Is endeavoring by opening to ttoidJssemlnation to hold within our own borders t1 constantly Increasing stream of hems seekers whoso eyes are turned to ward the setting sun Out in the Great Amarlcan Deport stupendous engineering worto are be tug erected involving the expenditure 0 of millions of dollars Massive mason ry dams now Mock abysmal canyons and hold back the enormous flood flow of torrential streams Thou sands of miles of canals many of which carry whole rivers now water millions of acres of desert The transformation which water has wrought In this rainless land is marvelous and the annual harvests are valet at more than a quarter of a billion dol larsOn many of thj great irrigation works of the Government there are hundreds of tarmlonwhtch water is ready for tM coming of the homo seeker With a modest capital of 1 000 the hameeeeker can establish a comfortable home on one of these farms and secure an income for r e + a dcgreelofworry unknown In the cities The i rIIarelI the Increased cost of living has made difficult the problem of mak ing both ends moot These people In elude all professions and tradesfrom college professors to mine workers a d factory hands and In a major Ity of the cases Investigated success therThe requirements are not so much a knowledge of farming as sufficient capital to get started and plenty of pluck and energy The first fogy year OB an Irrigated farm In a new country call for hard work and plenty of it but the assured rewards of Indus try are greater than In the humid region Many of the new farmers are securing annual returns greater than theIr original capital and this too in the third year on the laud Dock to the farm in the arid Wes does not mean Isolation and tenet ness nor the absence of lire comforts and luxuries which are customary In the East The Irrigated farms are small commultks are compact the telephone rural delivery rub and even trolley transportation are all enjoyed Churches schools and so clal organizations are quickly esab llshed In all these factories which go to make farm life agreeable the reclaimed districts are not far be hind the older settled Starts of the country While we have such advantages to offer our good American clti zens there Is no excuse for the ex patriation of our people who are lock- Ing to Canada Stops the Cough heals the Lungt QUICKSMCOUGH If not better then any other money back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CORY ANSVILLa IND Cleanliness and Economy When James William Pattison secretary of the Municipal Art League tells the American1 Fedcraidun of Art that Chicago is now u clean collar 111tlrelIn the days of the oldfashioned soot I flake L wits Not only tfie clean col liar hut the clan face defended on the spriiglKlhiesB of the citizen his aler sus in seeing the downicomln and threatening soot and his footwork In avoiding Its assault TnVre was always switching uncannily froclous In the aMllty of the ordinary soot ball to pick Ms victim from a height of about a hundred feet and swoop on him like a hawk Stran gers In the city wre helpless but the native learned to avoid the attacks by sidestepping or by Jumping for refuge As Jlr Pattison says these days have gone by The twoday col Iflr Is a possibility If you care to make use Qf It Generally it goes boat with an unshaven face but tha- is a matter of taste Mr Pattison merely mentioned the twoday privilege but said that of course he did not make 4 se of it As a true highbrow the Art League see retary regards the collaraday as principle no to st aside lightly aI As to Mr W R French and detachable cuffs one is Inclined to wish that Mrlattkoiv liar not been so fnank Tho temptation to glvo tW telllug Illueiratkm of tie paint he was making no doubt was great 1ml I It would hove been bctr if he IraJ resisted It If Mr French wishes I to wear detachable cuffs it ntvbably j is hula own Affair it might h in ed that he haa a duty to the ommuj nltv being dlrecor of the Ar I siltute but we shall not pr ss hat argumMi it may be conceded ilii a highbrow een such as on a f instKuTe director may wear d 1 lr allies If ho cares to do so I At the same time It Is nothing that any friend of the cfcy or ot tile institute would care to have drag 9ged too the bright light of public discussion Its tendency U o weakI en public confidence but in time ii ntIIJensaUontlson that Mr French owing to ti ie decreased output of scot no logger wears his cuffs on top of his desk I In spite of all this Mr Pattison I made au encouraging talk We do noit advise the twoday collar advocates to spend much of their time along the Illinois Censral right or way That would be asking too much of any collar but It Is Inspiring to know that a partial offset to ttie Increased cost of veal shanks may be I bmIChicago COUQHV I Quickest and best for coughs GUARANTBBD Sold by druggists Made by J c McBdeBball Medicine COif EvuiTiiie hi e IThe Kind You Havo Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne tho signature of s anti has been mado under his per sonal supervision since its infancy S Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment c What is CASTORIA Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS rf Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THCCtNTAUK COMPANY TT MYNNAT TaCCT NCWYCKK CITY Save 75ONE PURCHASING OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only The regular prices Jioo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us e days after seeing it and telling us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use Second JBUSINESS AHTEDfl RIDER AGENT and and distrlctto CN10Wk- ride exhibita Ample Latest Model Raneer bicycle fumlihf by us Our agents enrywhere are money tact IIritr ar jrllfarrriniars at ora- NO MONEY nlUU I tED until receive an1pprove of your bicyclf Wtinlp to anyone anywhere in the US without a tint I to frr rtieht and TEN DAYS F1CKK TRIAL during which time you may ride the bicycle and put It to any test you wish II you are then not perfectly or tlo not wish tc the It hut to us at our and outeillrotlvoutacentu mAtFACTORYto In middlemens profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturers guar antee behind 1 U NUT 1IUY a bicycle or a patrol tires lrom aryar at any friet until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of factor- prices and rem rkaDI srcwsl offrn bi rider regent ASTONISHEDwhen you receive our beautiful catalogue am YOU WILL BE our superb models at the uvxJtru i ImtrKit we CIO make you this year We tell the hichest trade bicycle for less mone than any other factory We are satisfied with Jioo profit above factory cost 111 BlC1CLh IIEALhiLS you can sell our btcycles under your own mac paste ai double our prices Orden tilled the day received SECOND HANI IIIUYCLKS We donot regularly handle second hand bicycles but usually have a number on hand taken In trade by our Chicago retail torn These we clear out at prices ranging from 83 to tfl or 810 nualptive lists mailed free BRAKEShale wheel forted roller and pedals pans repairs and COASTER of all Idnds at Aalf 1MlUual relail racers s 0 HEDGEtHORN PUNCTUREPROOF Sj 80 SELFHEALING TIRES QBgEf IJThe regular rrtatl trice ol Hint tires l SSM per pair tut to irlra duce nt will ttJII sam t ai oJ 1l80w1I uithorderjlS3 NO MORETROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tacks or Glass will not let the all out Sixt thousand pairs sold last year Over two hundred thousand pair now In use and eisy riding verydiirnbleandlinedlnildewith l r neveraspec e treadIngthealrtoesand I also rim trip Itwholeeasoll Theyweighnomotet an otherbytread BABY ItIllING- tdvertialngpurposeNearemakingaSecialfactorppriceto letter is received We ship tO D on approval You ilo not pay a cent until you have examined and found them strictly al represented We allow a cash dtlCount of 5 cent thereby making the price 5455 per tend FULL OASIS WITH OUDEH and enclose this advertisement You run no risk II- IKndlng us an order as the tires may be returned at OUTS expense If for any reason they are Dot aatrfnctory on examinaton We are perfectly reliable and money sent to us is II safe IS Ina bank If you order a pair of these tires you will find that they ride easier run faster wear better look finer than any tire you hove ever used or ken et ony price We know that you will so well pleased that when you want a bicycle YOII will give us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offer kind at any price until you send for a pair of IF vOUrr TIRESrtedgethorn PnnctureProof tires on pproval and trial at the peclat Introductory price quoted above or write for our bill Tire and Sundry Catalogue which escnbesandquotesallmakesandklndsof tires at about half the usual us a today DO NOT TIIJNK OF BUYING a t DO OTJlIT tyro pair of Urea from until know the new audwondeeful offers we are making It only costs a postal to learn everything Write It NOW Ji LIED CYCLE COMPANY CH1CA60 ILL r Hartford Republican r Entered according to taw at the Poitoffl Hartford Ky a man matter or the coo d I CUM C M BARNETT EDITOR SiOt77CB- FRIDAY C bztan4Qaoucb R1zQJUNE 17 Mans inhumanity to man cause countless millions to mourn Let us all give that thalas brief In the Ballinger investigation has teen filed The anan or woman who would as jasslnate the character of a fellow crer turn would stab you in the dark or break Into your house at night ex cept for cowardice Only those who have no skeleto within their own closets arty safe In repeating bits of scandal and this class of persons are usually too high minded to think of such a thing The Democrats and Insurgents wit continue to howl for still lower tar iff while the country goes to the dog because of uncertainty in nil the lines of trade If the IiiottoDo unto others M you would have them do unto you was carried out to the letter the amount of slanderous reports whirl lire usually scattered about from neighbor to neighbor would be reduced about sixfifths Commend us to the man who has a cheerful countenance and kind word for his fellow man upon all occasion Anyone would be willing to place a flower upon the mound which marks the last resting place of a brother bu- fo few are willing to pin the rose on the lapel of a brothers coat ir life The President of the United States should be thick skinned enough not to allow adverse criticism to gene trade his cuticle to such an extent as to cause him to become petulent enough to bar the doors of the Whlt House against any visitor who 1eslres- to enter whether a member of Con gross or not One of the very best ways to test whethor or not you want to repeal a slanderous statement is to ask you Informant whether or not ho or she would be willing to go Into court ant swear to tfie truthfulness of it H not willing to do so it Is safest tc lock the piece of gossip within your own breast for all time to come Mayor W O Heard of Louisville las announced his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for governor of Kentucky Having organized a police force which trampled over the bones of little Alma Kellner for months wlhtout finding thomno doubt the maor believes that he could man age the executive department of the state with equal success hareaThe old soldiers gayly day at Hartford July 4th The time Is last approaching when an old sol dler of either the Federal or Coated crate armies will be of more than pas sing Interest because of the fact that they are fast disappearing from the stage of action Let us honor then upon this occasion and appreciate the opportunity to do so as one which will not come very many more tithes for these old men Tho Democratic party has gotten far enough along In the campaign for purity In politics to send out the usu al circular letter requesting funds with which to corrupt the coming congress Tonal elections In tiJJs letter the fol owing paragraph occurs Please send to the Democratic Congressional Committee Washington D C a chock at once as we arc greatly In need of funds to push our work and must depend upon Domocrats to fur nish them Both Lying and Stealing Senator Depow In a magazine arti cle punctures a few myths He calls attention to the fact that the National Clothiers Association has announc ed that it must Increase tho price of 112 suits by 3 and add J5 to the price of a J20 suit It gives out that these Increases are due to the Tariff But the Senator says that the dlOth In a 12 suit amounts to only 3and the cloth In a 20 suit to JG That Is the average cost of all the goods that go Into such a suit The Tariff on the wool amounts to 75 cents on the 12 cult and to 125 on the 20 suit And this Tariff has been In existence for twelve vearswlthout chaogeno change haying been made In the last revision of tho Tariff How can they fay that the Payne jUdrJch bill warrants sash Increases when the duties remained the twine as they have been for n dozen yfirs putt And If the whole of the Tariff were 4nI rM 1 u o t if III 4J 1 I ddt to the price of clothing It could make only 75 cents dlfferone on a 12 suit and L25 on a 20 full But In each case the manufacturer talk about adding four times the to tat amount of the Tariff This Illustration is Important tosher what mysterious things happen under the excuse of the Tariff Instead 9f being criticised for attempting to make such increases the politician defend the clothing makers on the theory that they are scoring a Point against the Tariff bill So every politician becomes a defender of an unwarranted Increase on the part of the makers of clothing And that poll tics In Ehort when they say tha they make the increase on account of the Tariff the are both lying am stealing the Tariff makes no such practice excusable Cedar Rapids Re publican HERBERT June UIr Oscar Rice liar sold his farm to Mr Jim Chambers Mr Rice will move to Meado county Mr W T Crow and family vlslte In Whttcsville Saturday night Mr and Mrs Henry Mllllgan and Mr Walter Skinner went to Owcnsbor Sunday to see Mr George Mllllga who Is sick Mrs Irene Haynes Owensboro was burled here the 1st of this month She was the last of a large family We are still waiting for the road grader to work our roads which are in a very bad condition Mr and Mrs Dudly Haynes spent I Sunday with Mr apd Mrs John Al vey Aenavllle Mrs Ann Huff is visiting her sister Mrs Eldred Crabtree below Owens boro Miss Hortense Mosley of Pellvllle sent Sunday with Miss Eunice Baize Mrs Blna Cooper Owensboro who has been visiting here than Gone U Fordsvllle Mrs Obenchaln of Pellvllle Ir spending sometime with her daughter Mrs O T BurcJett Mrs Elizabeth Dothctt of Synthk who has been the guest of Mrs Sal lie Floyd has gone home FAIRVIEW IJune 14lIss Maude Faught has home after several month In school at Dftnvllle Ky Mss Bessie K Acton and llttto sis ter Ruby returned home Friday after a weeks visit with their cousin Mis Myrtle V Carter Narrows Misses Floy and Maggie Miller Ro sine visited Misses Eunice and Mag gie Wilson Sunday The singing at Mr T L Faught Saturday night was highly enjoyed by presentMr Mrs T W Acton Sulphur Springs visited their son Rev T J Acton and family Sunday Sunday School at this place is pro gressing nicely Little Miss Eva Pierce entertained the school with a nice recitation Sunday There will not be any Sunday school next Sunday on account of the Old Folks day at Cane Run EASTVIEW June 14A heavy electric and rain storm passed over this section last Thursday morning Miss Cllffle Austin Beaver Dam is spending a few days with relatives In this vicinity Mrs Mary Collins of Beaver Dam Is spending a few days with her par ents Mr and Mrs S R Frenoh Mrs OHe McElpeu of Sturgis is the guct of hw grand parents Mr and MRS S A Daniel Mr and Mrs J L Massle spent Sun lay with relatives at Maxwell Mr Luther Collins of Beaver Dam was the guest of Mr S R French SundayMr Elle Martin went to the Bald Knob hills Friday hunting Mr W T French fa on tho sick list Mr Albert Taylor of Clear Run was in this vicinity Thursday COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE June 13lIs9 Audra Taylor Is lslUng friends and relatives at Cool Springs Mr Luthur LHes Gllstrop visited his parents Mr and Mrs Robert Lite of this place Saturday night Several of tills place attended the Childrens day at Liberty church Sun- lay There was a large crowd present and all report a nice time Miss Tassle Taylor visited froenda at Prentls Ust week Mr Fred Rafferty and wife and lit tlo daughter Wauneeta visited Mr tad Mrs C M Stevens Saturday night md Sunday Gertie Stevensof this plocereturned home Sunday otter several days visit with her brother Mr Charlie Stevens 3eaver Dam Rev Birch Shields filled his reg ilar appointment at Cool Springs Saturday night and Sunday Miss Nelle Plummeri Beaver Dams visiting her grand parente Mr an- dirs Robert Liles Everybody come to SundpySehool- text Sunday at 3 p m I urr 1 4kfa J 4 SfAM COACH Jj IS HEtiPlJ However Not In The Old Wester 4 Away With Hos Pistols I The Owensboro Messenger of Sunday f says 1 Tames Stinnett n farmer living lu the Bells Run neighborhood tins ar rested by Officers Logsdon n4 Men cer Saturday morning on charge of robbery he being accused ol robbing A K Alvey the stago drive between Hartford and Owerisborc Stlnnrtt was caught by the police lIS ho Jumped from the stage wagoi at the corner of Lewis and Mali streets When searched he had 24i in small change on his person Al vey was held In the city until noon when he was allowed to leave for Hartford The charge against Stln nett will be called at 230 oclocl In police court Monday afternoon Alvey claimed that he was robbei of between 75 and 100 on Frida night He and Stinnett were together and were lu Kings saloon on West Fifth street Friday afternoon and it is claimed that at that time StIn nett had but 3 in cash with him Both were drinking during the da and the police were Informed tha they were drunk together on Frldaj night Alvey reported his loss to the police and at the time accused Stin nett of robbing him While seated in front of polio headquarters Orricers Mercer am Logsdon were watching for a trace of the stage and caught eight of it 01 Main street en route east on that street They followed on bicycle and were close on the wagon at Lewis and Main streets when Stinnct Jumped out at the back The description of Stinnett caused the po lice to arrest him At hat time the officers did not know that Alveyi win the man who had been robbed IInd allowed him to drive on But he was detained at Cushions saloon until noon Ho was raid to be in toxlcated Stinnett was taken to po lice headquarters and locked up It seems that both men have forgotten their transactions of Friday night Stinnett has had a very good repu tatlon heretofore- Stinnett and Alvey were ream In the same neighborhood and han been frequently together since theli boyhood days They had been quite chummy when ourgISTINNETTS TRIAL POSTPONED The case against James Stinnett of the Whttesville neighborhood win was arrested In Owensboro early Saturday morning on the charge of grand larceny alleging that he robbed A K Jollbetweenday evening was set for trial before Judo HnskiiiB Tuesday morning Stlu nott entered a plea of not guilty to the charge At the hour of going to press we were unable to learn the result of the trial Iron Fence for ale By order f the Ohio County Flea l Court we will offer for sale wtbe highest and best bidder the Iron fence lISts etc surrounding the Ohio county Court House at the Cour House door at 1 oclock porn Monday July 11th 1910 This fence is in good state of prefcervatdon and will make splendid enclosures for lots in country cemeteries You ntay miss a liar yarn if you do not attend this sale B S CHAMBBRL1N R HOLBROOK I7t4 C M BARNETTCommittee A S of E Tho Beaver Dam Magisterial District Union A S of E will meet at Cooper Schoolhouse the Tast Saturday in Juno 1910 at 10 oclock a jn Let is have a full attendance HORACE L TAYLOR Sec PALO Juno 13The rain has done considerable damage to corn and tobaco In this locality Mrs S F Ezell Palo went to see her daughter Mrs Ida Stewart and family at Taylor Mines Saturday Mr Kit Berry and sisters Finny Pearl and Hazel attended SundaY school at Marvlns Chpel Sunday Mr George Russell and Limply were the guests of Mr Jim powers and faitH ly of uSnnydale SundaytisMaster Halley White was the guest of Hazel Berry last Sunday dir lift Berry and brother Orville will start in a faw days for the west Mrs William Coy and NolJle Coy were the guests of Mrs Mary W141te at Saturday Mr John Dodson was in our midst last Saturday Mr Win Feemster and wife and Mr ug Feenister and wife Palo vtqrt called to the bedside of their Jt tie niece Gladys HoglandTaffy wjic Is very 11 Air Bkiclc Flener went to Sunnyda 1iLit O L j ijiiaiAftaft IJ 1e t J 1 Let Us Show You Our Line of f- tI r q BUGGIES and SURRIES I We are headquarters for the famous Owensborothe genuine Geo 1 = 6 Delker and Banner Buggies and Surries which are fully guaran Ifi teed They will last longer and run easier than any other buggy or y = surrey on the market = Ifi i THE OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CO e Ifi inoorporetcd = Hartford Ientuclcy = Ifi WWWWW W W W W W WW WWWfW W WWW WW last Saturday on business Mr Claud Ward and wife and Mrs Dooly of No Creek were the guests of Mrs Doolys son Mr Richard Dooly and family last Saturday and SundayThe music entertainment at Mr J D Berries last Saturday night was quite a success Those present were Richard Dooly and wife Mr Claud yard and wife and Mrs Dooly of No Creek Mr Charlie Duncan ofSunny dale Mr Everett Maden and Mrs W S White and Chester Wlmsatt Uncle John Wimsatt and Wife Mr W L White and family were itho I guests of Mr J D Berry and family SundayMr Coy and wife Concord were the guests of his parents Mr and Wm Coy last Sunday Mr John Dpdson and wife attend ed the decoration of W O W graves at the Midkiff graveyard last SunRay Also Mr H O Duke and wife Mr Walter Conrad and wife Mr Whober ry and wife mad Mr Johln Wimsatt and wife I e iNARROWS Juno HMrs B P Potty was in Fordsvllle on business Monday Miss Monn Murphy Hartford Is vlsltlnig friends In and near Narrows Misses Erne and Eddith Duke are tho guests of their sister Mrs A R RenfrowMiss a i Duke Hartford Is visit ing Miss Grace Renfrow Grace will accompany buss Duke home the latci part of the week w Rev and MR Frank Petty and son Carlisle of Trenton are visiting Mrs Pettys mother Mrs Park for a few weeks Miss Maude Shultz arid Mr Joe toy al whohave been attending echoes at Daw1mgGreen for the vast two months have returned home for the summer Mr John Greer Whtte vllle is visit In his daughter Mrs M E Powers this week Mrs Dr Ira Cosby and little son are visiting Mrs Cosbys mother near Owensboro Miss Lake limes Fordsvllle spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Ora RenfrowDr D Cosby Is In Louisville this weekMr and Mrs J H Thomas and chil dren Orlle and Linden visited Mrs Thomas father Mr Noble Bean Sul phur Springs Sunday Mrt Ernest Duke visited Mr and Mrs Renfrow Saturday night and Sun day 4 Elegant Entertainment The Boeteoka Club of Hartford gave another elegant social last Fri day evening at the home of Mr and Mrs W B Render Although the weather was very Inclement the occas- Ion was enjoyed by all and again the young men were complimented upon their socials The club made special arrangements with Prof Peake who lectured at Dr Beans Opera House that evening and attended his lec ture In a body from 830 to 930 and then repaired to Mr and Mrs Ren ders Tho lecture feature was some thing unique and was appreciated by the guests Those present were Misses Etta Wright Mayfield Ky Lela Magun GerItru1lei I I Gf Hettie Rlloy Nora Wedding Verna Duke Annie Allen Elgin Ira Mills Beatrice Hnynes Annie J Patton Effie Render Bessie Taylor Fannie WhitUnghfll Alice Keown Mary Marks Ruth Riley Tiny Yeiser and Mr and Mrs Carlisle Render Messrs Ellis Foster W Fred Anderson Har old Holbrook Otto Martin William Gillespie McHenry Holbrook Raymcr Tinsley Martin Thomas Dr J Trace Hardin TNey Foster Douglas D Felix Sydney Williams Dr Horace Dell and Estill Barnett The Club desires to express its thanks to Mr and Mrs Render Miss Erne and Mr and Mrs Carlisle Ren der for their many favors on tills oc caslon 1 Summer Tourist Fares The Illinois Central Railroad Com pany authorizes round trip tickets sold as follows Cerulean Ky 350 East View Ky 215 Grayson Springs Ky 1C5 Chicago 111 1605 Tickets on sale May 15h 1910 to September 30th 1910 Inclusive Final return limit Oat 31st 1910 I Dawson Springs Ky 230 round re1turnI The above rates apply from Beaver Dam Ky Low rates from other sta tions on application J E WILLIAMS Agent Sheriffs Sale By virtue of execution No 177 directed to me which Issued from the Clerks office of the Ohio Circuit Court in favor of E F Dondua against Mayworth Barnard for the sum of 60352 with Interest from the 13 day of July 1909 and 1180 cost I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 4th day of July 1910 be tween tlw hours of ten oclock a m1 IHouseto the highest bidder the following property tor so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs debt Interest and costa towit A tract of land bounded as follows Beginning at a Volnt on low water mark in the line of Mocre and Crab j tree on north side of rough slyer thence extending N 35 W 4520 feet to a stone on1 the edge of the Hart and Ross Riffle road thence extending S 35 E 4080 feet to a stone on the bank of Rough river thenw extending with the Oleanders of Rough river 1305 feet to the point of bej glning Containing 120 acres subject to martgage due Bank of Hartford Also a parcel of ground lying In Hartford Ohio county Kentucky and being Southeast one half of town lots Nose 12 3 and 4 as the same is now fenced being some lots conveyed by Mary E Taylor to Rowan Hoibrook on 19th day of September 1900 as of record Ohio County Clerks Office Deed Book No 276 subject to a mortgage of Bank of Hartford levied upon as the property of Mayworth Barnard TERMS sate will be made on a credit of 6 months bond with approv ed security required bearing Interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum j from day of sale and having the forte and effect of a bond WITNESS sty hand this 14th day of June 1910 I TH BLACK Sheriff OC I L I J SYMPATHY 0 helps hurts but It wont cure am aching tooth wonnt wake a marred one look like its old self Takes a Kthatcan but for real 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 towja or any town Teeth extracted with out pain All work guaranteed Tele phone 21- 8DRS HARDIN BELL DENTISTS Office in Republican Bldg Hartford Ky Why Not Get Those PHOTOSMade 4 If you neglect It op defer It much longer you may regret It Bring the babies send the old folkg and come yourself The price of photo supplies is go lag up and we will eoon have to charge more for our work i Better come right away Schroeters Studio Over Republican Off Ice Concrete Work Concrete work of all kinds laid by experienced workmen t tAnything in concrete froman ordinary pavement tocon crete residence Estimates furnished free All work guaranteediJ CONTRACTORHartford I I s- i 7 r 19 r rz 11 C Fr It j t 1 WASH GOODS SUGGESTIONS We do not want to be officious or meddle with your affairs but we do want every Lady to know of our immense stock of White and Fancy Wash Goods We will certainly regard it a special favor if you will visit us and let our experienced Salesladies show you the many dainty patterns They will help in showing you exclusive designs in dainty Val Laces Insertions Allovers Etc to correspond with any fabrics you may select A complete line of McCall Patterns to select fromlOo an lbo none higher Our advice Trade where trading will be a pleasure to you I f OV f YT 1111 nol sCen tral Rail road TI me Table At Beaver Dam Ky- n North Uouud 80nlI Bonod- No1I2 due 485 a m No 121 duU85 alO- NolrdueU28plO No181 due 24Sp m- Nol2due248pm olaldue8t5pm Have You Seen it Advertised t If you have and Its good and a Drug Store article we have it We oot however sell a thing simply because its being advertised We must know first that It has merit and that the advertisement tells the truth You can trust our judgement in these matters or It you see It advertised and want to look Into It come to us Every truly metJtorlous article that a Drug Store should keep Is In our stock- Rememberj that and when you want anything In our line come Ito see us Your Friendsj Q rfat r L Hartford Drug Co Incorporated f OUR RULE OF THREE Iso interest to housekeepers who devote thought to grocery buying RULE ONEExtreme care when we purchase iTWOinferior goods never even con eldered 1 TIIREFPrlcee as small as wa can f maile them N Thats your nile of three We have other rules too The ruleS of four live and six A quick store service A delivery ditto And tiwillingness t make wrongs right jWe make good all along the grocery line and We Would be glad to prove It In your case i Maywe7 ti ILERS GROCERYI cr HARTFORD KY r 4- 147 ai iti4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY JUNE 17 M H E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Trans pass Hartford at the follow ling times NORTH BOUND a m Passenger Daily 114310 Po m Mixed Daily except SundaySOUTH BOUND 116900 a m Mixed Daily except Sunday 113207 p m Passenger Dally Hartford Mill Co has lots of good Ear Corn and Oats to sell Mr E W Cooper Nashville Tenn Is visiting relatives In town If you are thinking of buying a Stove or Range see U S Cannon The Globe Stove Cos Stoves and Ranges are for sale by U S Carson Miss Ella Norris Reynolds Is the guest of Hon T J Smith and family Hon and Mrs H P Taylor havoc returned from a few days visit to Dawson Springs Mrs E J Hudson returned Monday from a visIt to her brother Mr Z O King ot Conral City Mrs Annie Crawford Oreenvillevis- 1ted the family ot Qr E D Pendle ton several days this week Hon M L IIeavrin and wife have returned after a few days visit to relatives and friends In Louisville Miss Annie Jones Greenvlile was file guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J C Jones the first of the weekLeave your ndryat Jera grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madlsonvllle Steam Laundry MadJeoav111e Ice Laundry Company Incorporated U Attorneys E 1L Woodward and C E SmIth are In Clnclnnl1otl Ohio this week to argue thecae of A D Beard qulnst Ohio County in behalf or defendant before the United Stateoa Court of Appeals IWe have coming a lot of Golden Rule Flour aia special price Get It while you can 24 pound sack 75c 48 pound sack fl45 Barrel 0 r i+ P 7 1b50 rof 4Hartford Grocery Co lf Judge Jr sGInnj of the firm of GlennSimmerman was In Louisville VEral days this week on legal bust wslIIr Robert A Bennett Portland Oregon will arrive In Hartford Sunday to visit his parents Rev and Mrs R D Bennett Our eaten on Dlankes Coffee are In Creasing dally Include some of tibia excellent coffee In your next order Hartford Grocery Co Miss Ula Dunn daughter Mr and Mrs R S Dunn left for Washing ton City last Monday where she mill have a lsl lon In the Census Bureau at a salary of 50 per month I Leave your laundry with Lyons Duke Hartford Grocery Company for the Richmond Steam Laundry Richmond Indiana This laundry al ways gives satisfaction Prompt de livery Satisfaction guaranteed 2Stf Dr E W Ford Is giving his Sunday school class an outing on the river below town and the boys arc fishing and having a good time gener ally Those who went on the trIp are as follows Armlt Greer Percy Dunn Cecil Martin Cress Greer- Rhea ODannon Hoyt Taylor Earl Mauzy Hurbert M1dklff John Phipps and Charlie lang- Chickens and Chickens There were two rather unusual slits tried In the City Court In Hartford last Monday The first was Lee Lewis against lames Fuqua for pois oning seventeen chickens and shoot- Ing another After hearing the evidence argument of counsel and In struction of the City Judge C M lOwe the jury returned a verdict giving plaintiff 9 as the value of the chickens curd 266623 punative damage The next case tried was that of R C Lewis against sae defend ant for killing 10 chickens In the latter case the jury gave plaintiff 6 as the valuo ot his chickens und 15 damage making 15 as value of 2S chickens and UlG6 23 damage Tne litigants nil live In the vicinity of Sunnydale this county Money Wanted Wanted to borrow 150 fOr six months gilt edged security Address S care Republican office WYSOX Juno 15Miss Rhoda Williams of Rockport spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Pearl Davenport Misses Marian and Margarette WII- lIamson returned home Friday from harden county where they have been attending school Mr Billie Williamson Luzornewas the guest of his motherlnluw Mrs Maraarette Taylor from Friday until Monday Mrs Mary Barnett Beaver Dam is the guest of friends and relatives In this community Born to Mrs R H Taylor June 12th a girl Miss Powell Jones Hartford Is the guest of her sister Mrs Una Tay lor Messrs John Vaught and GOrge Crunk took dinner at Mr Q M Den tons Sunday The heavy rains and back water Is doIng a great deal of damage to farmers In this community Mr Ed Crunk spent Sunday with Messrs Rich and Edgar Taylor TIlt lontown Among the Lodges Eastern Star Chapter had initiatory work nt the regular meeting last Monday evening and a very pleasant and successful session was enjoyed by aN those who were lit attendance- S Rough River Lodge No 110 K of P gave the third Rank to eleven Esquires at the regular meetllvg Tues day evening This was the largest clays upon which this IGdge ever conferred the Rank work at one senlon There Is considerable work on hands yet for the lodge to dobefore hot weather and every member Is requested to be present next Tusday nlgltt Gone Home God In his infkhito wisdom has seen it best to send his death angel to eantlr for I1f J K Smith the loved husband of Mrs Annie Smith who is heartbroken over the great loss of a kind lovIng husband Dear iMrs Annie look beyond the grave for Mr Smith who with a host of lived ones is standing at the pearly gwes of heaven watlllg and watching for you to come home Though another star has been added to the otertnal heavens whose prtsenICe wlll be IlJJ a guide to us oCr lifes slnerectea billions Into the unchangeable heaven of rest We deeply feel and rallze our great loan Yet we know tis God wpo bereft us and oonrfor our broken hearts Dy the words that seemed written on his face as be lay Ion his last peace tul slumbers calmly reattng at Jesus feot lIfes ore and the yfotory won Dear 31r Smith has gone to heavenI- ygs he has gone on before to welcome its loved one b1glorrI I tender my heartfelt sympathy to ills wire and loved onest ANNIE C tThe Record Press of Marion where SrSmL h lived for years pays the following tribute to his memory On Sunday morning the soul of J K StnLih parsed into oerniy lie was a man well and favorably known Ho was a prominent member of the j Methodist church and lived a life for the Master rho remains were shipped to Stur gis for bUrIal Monday followed by a number of Ws friends and loved ones Including Rev J D Adams and Rev R C Love who eonduoed the funeral services Fate pall bearers front Marion Were J D Asher J D Eas ley J W Lamb W D Canaan G D Summerville and Sam Gugenhelmf- IJIO remains were laid to rent In the beautiful pythlan Ridge cemetery Notice I will buy scrapIron and junk of aU kinds at any time W E Ells The Produce Man BALD KNOB June HPeople are nut through setting tobacco In this neighborhood There will be singing at this place next Saturday night Ittaching Sun dayand Sunday night Everybody comeSeveral front hero attended chil drens day at Liberty last Sunday Mr Jonathun Ub10y who hAS lien vlslt1g relatives In this neighborhood returned to his sots Mr Clarence Raley Monday Miss Iieasie Torrerce who bas been staying at Hartford for some 1melJ11t Is now at Mr J W Taylors Is tak Ing measles A tow from here will nttntl the Sunday School Convention at JltLib erty next Sunday Miss Orela Davis who has been very sick for sometime Is some better We hope she will continue to improve Mrs Ann Miller Dead Mrs Ann Miller widow of the late fohn 31i11er died at the residence of her soninlaw Mr Sam Rowe yesterday ntornhtg Funeral services will- be conducted by Rev R D Bennett at the Methodist church Centertowrt this morning at n oclocl lifter which het remalllll will be taken to what Is known as the Amos Miller burying grounds for Interment The deceas- o l Was SO years old and hud been n member of the Methodist church for many yearsTwo sons and one dauglo- ter several grandchildren and n hoSt of friends and other relatives among whom Is Dr J T Miller of Hartford a brotherlnlIm survive t Baptist Church Services next Sunday Sunday school session 945 oclock Morning worshlll at 11 oclock thane of ser mon My Brothers Keeper Even lag worship at 8 oclock The pub lic is Invited to worship with us J W BRUNFR Pastor SELECT Juno HFarmers are getting be hind with their wonk orb account of so much rain The water Is over all the low ground MrIlubert Faught was In Hartford Monday on business Mr J H Stewart delivered a lino drove of fat hogs to Beaver Dom Monday Mr Wilson Smith contemplates go- Ing to Oregon In the near future Proto and Mrs J Alex Rhoadavisit ed at Centertowu front Saturday un- tilMondayMr Mrs Silas iiohelmer rear Hartford vIsited relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mr John L Miller visited hia father Esq W P Miller of Horse Branch Saturday and Sunday Mr Delmer Strwnrt made a frying trl to Hartford Sunday Prot E S Howard or Pinolltco was In town Monday BOILER FOR SALES Fortyhorse power in good condition will sell cheap HOOKER WILLIAMS 44t4 Mgr Hartford Ice Co Prof C C Justus Promoted For several months the Ballard County Board of Education have been ne otjating with Mr Justus to be the head of the County HIgh School at La Center the place from which Mr Justus came wlen lie took charge of West Kentualcy SemInary at Beaver Iam The chairman or the Ballard Board Dr T N Baker ut his owri suggestion came to Beaver Dam to see Mr Justus on Juno 2 at which time the conditions were agreed upon The Board met Friday lost and wired- 3h Justus notice of his election at a salary of 1200 He thus goes buck where ho taught I term of rears and among the people who elected him without his having to make nn I1p plrcatlona deserved compliment to a most worthy citizen and In structor s r Unsettled WeatherSpecials First its hot and then its cold We are worriedwith it We dont know what to offersummer garments or winter Any way we must sell goods and we are mak ing some unsettled prices till the weather is settled If Its Hot Buy for this week Good Scotch Lawns at tic Splendid Vests for sc each 125 Shirt Vaists for 98c Ribbons up to 35c values forlOcyard Printed Flax ns worth 20c for 15e yard If Its Cold Try Irish Linen 50c value for40cIrish Linen 35e value for 30c Hope Cotton lOc value torSo Long Cloth 12ic value forlOcThis week only ltt these prices Our IOand I15 Suits 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- ternjve 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 Blacks graysbrowns 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 ser 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 exist We serve rather than just sell E P Barnes Bros BEAVER DAMP KY J 7r I I rr t 9 fIM ER SUPPLY DECREASING 1Jse of Wood for Paper and Lum ber Rapidly Depleting Supply I All our standing timber Is ostimat oed to be f01l1ewhero blflwoen 1400000 000000 end 2000000000000 feet It We Use 40000000000 ieet pr annum wecanun thlrtthe to fifty years at the present Irate provided IWO do not have any waste It we use 100 000000000 feet Imo annum our timber wlll last fourteen to twenty years on 2h9 fame basis It we use 150000 000000 feet per annum in nine to thirteen yoars our timlr will all be gone We have now about 1G5OOO 000 acres In our natlonal rCSir It wo had three 4lnles that numb wo should not have enough If it costs twenty acres a Sunday or forty acres n week or 20S0 acres a- yeer to print one daily newspaper what does It cost In acreage to print all the newspapers In all the titles and towns of Anierca Add to this the enormous editions of our magazine Add to this the paper used in books The total staggers th9 Imagination and yet the amount of ttalber Cut for pulp In tile United States annually is less than 5 por cent ot What Is cut for lumber Last year we made mpre than 315000000000 lead lHIlcHs lead pencil Is nottery large but the to taJ number ot lead pencils required 7300000 cubic feet ot cedar We have cedar enough to last us Just twelve yearsMore than 100000 acres of Umber In the whole United States nr4 Cut over every working day We use many times more timber per capita than any other naUon 1Ve have left not over 450000000 acres bearing corn merelal Umber cast up In your mind some ot the small demands of industry upon the supply OUr railroads are said to use one lord ot the Indus trial timber Cut for ties Supoce we found cut 100 tIes to the nerd we should require 1000000 acres a year for ties We annually reap for tele graph and telephone poles onnewbore between 3000000 and 4000000 acres of agoiegnlredthe same year we cut 11558260shin SIB and 3812807 laths Then we had to timber our mines acid for that we JIII Itl000t00Q cubic feet not Loan measure huchot whIch waS the heat ot hardwood Sunday School of the SouthI Knoxville Tenon Juno 21 July 211910 Tickets on sale June 1920212520 July 2910 and 1G 1910 Final rolurn lImit fifteen days from date of eale Extension ot final limit to Septem ber 30th 1910 may be secured by de- Iwsitiag ticket with special agp1lt and payment ot fee of 100 at time ot deposit Fare for round trip 95I7 J E WILLiAMS Apt Beaver Damn Ky Girls as Straphangers The seas were filled and a few men ware hanging on to stops Near the Jack door sat the four young chapsnice looking between 18 and 21 debonair Impprgo1uck well dross od and selfsailsffed They might have been senIors in high school Opposite them sat a glrl20 or thereabouts It was quite obvlous that 401no of- tltdr conversation was Icterded to impress her hilt she was quite blllllil to tGlarxlsiei5ce and crtnally to theIr trenchant tallios She shunt the advertisements with an easy air that soon dtscouraged the youths whose conversation became iutlmai find Interested The car stopped longer than usual to permit the mounting ot a woman whose steQ Wns IoW and stiff till- Yidant sJ btJ buteach year was a burden that had lent her back Rid furroWed her face with deep marks ller clothing was brushed liut tl1r a- dbre and her thin gray hair was drawn severely back under her oldfashion- ed black bonnet She ws dls1nctlf a pathetic figure there were many Luggestiocs ot a story about her She stood tottering In the aisle atf them lurched forward hold grasrd vain- 7y for a stall She stood right In front of thorn hut the four goodlook lag welldressed debonair young gen tlemen did not stn ilor They were busy laughing at Fame good JokeIBut the gIrl opposite looked at them bard for a minute and then rising took the older woman by the arm and helped her into her sealtOh I do Slot like to take your seat protrrsted the little woman Pleare answer ed the glrJr you cant stand do this lurching car and Im quite a man when Jt comet to that Every one In the car overheard It end ten mien wwere on their teet In a second So verethe our youngchapr with dotted haul And sheepish looks r J ioi ButttA girl saw not bee of the seats She waa busily engaged In convoma lion hanging by a strap over the woman who had her seat and fpUlng her how expert she had gotten at sanding since she came to live In Detroit three years ago and how good she had found Jt for the figure giv- Ing those long veltes lines so Deco- ssary to style and how hard it twas- on men especially young ones to stan and how glad she was to be able tc help some ot them out once In a while by letting them sit while she stood for ber blauthe sake ns well as for charity She spoke loud enough to reach the ears ot everyone nround her and when the next woman boarded the carr she wondered it HalleYs comet had struck before time aid blushed furi ously when every wan In the car rose to give her his seatFrom the Detroit Free Pres- sAttractive Summer Tours The Illinois Cenral Railroad Company offers very attractive Summer Tours at reasonable rate to the Col lowing points Boston Mass wltt ocean trip one way between Boston and Norfolk al so same tour to Boston via Montreal Canada the Great Lakes and St Lawrence Resorts California Chicago Colorado Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo including route one way vIa Chicago Jersey Coast Resorts Lake Michigan Resorts including Day View Charlevoix Harbor Springs Mackinac Island and Petoskey Unncsota Luke Resorts Mexico New York City New York City with ocean trip one way between New Orleans and New York New York via Montreal via Montreal and Boston with ocean trip one 1Vn3 between Now Orleans and New York xew York City with ocean trip one way between Norfolk and New York Niagara Falls North Pacific Coast Yellowstone Park and various other points ot interest For further Information can on Ucketagentsorwrite I W lIARI40W Div P4Er Agent I C R R Co Louisville Ky Color In Horsas Day color In horses Js dominant over colIltOtOO hut sIres and Clams 1d9 were ches nut in color Evidently begets Jlt st- nut with great uniformity But ho found that stallions with no Chestnut color traceable In their Immediate ancestry got very few chestnut colts from chestnut mares and many ot these bay stallions got only bay colts tram chestnut mares This Indicates that the bay color Is dominant over the chestnut or suppresses it It was fur her found that bay stallions hav Ing bath bay and chestnut in thlr and chestnut foals in about equal num hers from chestnut mares The 702 Immediate parentage got bath bay foals from 12 such stallions mere found to Include 335 bays land 147 chestnuts or irraettaally liO per dint- of each This Is In aocordanco with Mendels law pt the transmission ot dominant and recessive charJa ers and Indicates that probably tile bay and chestnut colors In hawses are 011- the leragq transmttcd In about these prolortlons with repect to each OUI ders Gaz6tet IIorll Chlldrone Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIAh A 20000 Lump of Ambergris IA place ot ambergris weighing more than six pounds was found by 1Ilot John Maley of Poncalcea while he- ivas walking along this gulf bench at Jacksonville Fla last week It will getbhmabout 20000 for tbl sub t1Ilce Is valued at about 20 an ounv hnd Is used In the niantdactics ot only the highest grades or perfumery It oomes froth the lgwrsm whale and Is rarely found outsIde the Indian Ocean this is the second large piece to be found on the gulf beach IW pilots In the last six weeks Captain L Anderson fOund a piece weighing about four pounds some weeks ago for which ho received aboutt 1700 It Is believed that the ambergris has been brought by tides and stoltms from the Indian oooan and thrally cast upon the Florida lJeah as none Is known to have been found there before this 1S I EndsWlnterp Troubles To many winter Is a season ot trou ble The frost bitten toes omlCln gem chapped hands and lips chilblains cold sores ted and rough skins provo Utis But such troubles fly before DucklCiI1 Arnica Salvo A trial convinces dreatut healer of Burnt andISpmhlOS rr 1 PARIS GREEN rKILLS THREE Z- t Earlington Ky Shocked by Tragedies Due EatingaNew Crop of Potatoes tif Eirlln11on Ky Juno 13Partsa green which had been gins eIed on the vines to km the bugs Ismtd to have been responsible for theden hi of three Earllnl1ton women which occurred suddenly hero yeSterday The women won seized witha death ly illtlers shortly after eating the potatoes and despite the Prompt attention given them death rutted potato bugs have been lntoting the potato vines for the past two wools and threatened destruction to the crop Many people have resorted to the old method of killing the bugS by sprinkling the vines with Ports green Although It had been mora than a day since tlll VInes had been sprinkled Itls the opinion of the coroner that the death ot the three women was the result of Parts green poisoningIt announced yeestreday even lug that the potatoes would be analyzed In order to determine whither The poatoea were cooked with the The Qtatoes were cooked wht the peels on tlLOlll and It Is beneved that It would be an easy matter for the poison to tall from the vines and be come absorbed by tile vegetablse Wants to Help Some One For thirty years J F Boyer of Fer tile Mo needed help and oouhht find it Thats why ho wants to help some one now Suffering so long himself he feels for all distress from Backache Nervousness Loss of Ap petite Lassitude and Kidney disorder He shows that Electric Bitters work wonders for such troubles Five bet- ties lie writes wholly curd me md now I am well and hearty Its al so positively guaranteed for Liver Troubles Dyspepsia Blood Disorders Female Complalll and Malaria TT them 50c at all druggists nr Mark Twain as an Editor The lat Mark Twain spent two years of his life In Buffalo including the honeymoon perIod for It was while he was editor ot tJ11 But falo Express 18G918iO that he married Miss Olivia LBncdcIl or ElmIm- N YAn asswnling the etlitomhtp c1 pa- Expra5 On August 21 1SOh Cho Inan who was atenwardJ to l become one of the worlds greatest liumarlsts said editorially l only wish to assure pail ies lav- Ing a friendly Interest In tJho prosperity ot this Journal that I am nOt going to hurt the paper deliberately and intentionally ut tiny time I 111m- not going to introduce any artllug reform or in any way attempt to make trouble I am simply going to do my plain unpretending duty when 1 taJllot get out ot It I shall ndIshall compel mo to do so In writ- Ing I shall always confine myself strLchly to tho truth except when It Is attended with inconvenience I shall witheringly rebuke nil forms of crime and mlsconluctexcept when committed by the party inhabiting my own vest I shall not make any use of slang or vulgarity upon any occasion or In any circunistnuosand shan novel use profanity except In discussing house rent and taxes In wiltluoCkrlstan and degrading I shall not often meddle wfth 110lHlcl1tHI 1U we have a tlOWlcal cdltot Iho Is already excellent and ultly needs n term In the jlenltchUar to It perfct I shall not write any poetry unless II conceive a spite against the subscribers iiJne day 51ark took ln invltatlou to furnish a mortal photograph ns a tent tar halt It column J have but little eharacer he wrote but what I have I nm willing to pant wIth for the public god I would have lon n blllor man M I had had a chance but UdngshaV always been agalntl tme I never had any parentshardlyonly just arP ith er and motherand SQ I leave Iliad to struggle along the best Wy I could Then he Yent on to UlliFwer the questions put to him Someof those questions were i What Is your favorite obJtct iilNa ture A dumb belle Where would you like to 1IVe In the moon because there Is no Water there y If not yourself who would you rauh- er be The Wandering Jew with a nice annutty atWhat Is your idea of ooj7JJMlf T Finding the buttons on What do you moStdr1di 1 Jm 4 What JiJ your tim In lICeTo en deavorr t be absect when she time comas What re the sweetest words In the world Notguilty What Is your motto 1De virtuous and you will Ibe cooontrl- ar Sugar for Tired Horses From France comes the news that goodreSults have been obtnlnd real he use of sugar to overcome the great fatigue In horses when overworked The horses In the Eorvlco ot the National Military College in transacting the bUSiness ot establish ment are exposed durlhg the rainy season to great straiw and cosoquent exhaustion WI a result of sllpproy roads and the Incroosed amount of trlIlDpoctatlon due to certain cordt Uons then prevalltng FOr this reason many horsc In past years have succumbed to the excessive strain very many become shah pathogenic microbes found jn the pre val11ng condtUoas favorable needs for iheir development and fatigue caus ed great lose of appetite loss of flesh purmonary lesions cardiac dl9 ltUl1bances etc results obtaIned by a mil from the use ot sugar in large doses Jill forced marcb09 led him to employ It for the purpose ot overcoming fatigue Two hundred groins of sugar fed dally mixed with the horses food and dtsJalbutek1 Deg ularly throughout the day Not only did the fatigue dlroppe3r but sunny animals until then useless because of their miserable condition recover ed their normal strength and render oed good Service Election Notice In order to provide funds for pur chnsingr unable grounds erecting and repaltl suitable buildings and for other e sas needful for conducting a good traded Common School In Mc Henry Oradcd Common School District ot Ohio county Kentucky It Is ordered by the trustees of said Graded Comthon School District that an election bet held at WlUlams Mines Schoolhouse on Saturday June II 1910 between the hours of 6 a m and 6 p m submitting the question whether or not the trustees ot the McHenry Graded Common School District shall Issue bonds to the amount ot GOOO for tile purpose of providing suitable grounds school buildings and apparatus for said Graded Common School District Bonds may be any denomination In even hundreds not exceeding 1000 each running not exceeding 30 years and bearing Interest at a rata not exceedinN 6 per cent p i annum payable nllPJI1 Qr epntl annually M 8 iptcSs d ln Uti hands payable to the bearer with interest coupons attAched they shall be signed by the president of the said board ot trustees and attested by the seere tary thereof shill pass by delivery and be redeemablo at the option of said board Said bonds shall be sold by the board or their authorized agent for tile highest price obtainablo Jut not for less than their face par value and the accrued Interest and tit proceeds paid over to the treasurer Dy order of the board ot trustees this the 11th day of Juno 1910 For Sale Storehouse and lot located In aI thrIving village In the southern part of Ohio COUDttY building 20x54 feet with side shed l0x54feet suitable for goneral store The grounds can be largo enough to suit occupatJ Terms easy Apply to Darnett Smith Real Estate Agents Why NotjRead The- Courier Journal HENRY WATERSON Etitot 1YlJ CAN FUnNISir YOU THE HARlFORD REPUBLICAN AND TH- EWeekly Courier Journal Both One C Year For AD 50 We can also give liberal combina tion rate with Daily or Sunday Cour ierJournal Write CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for free sample copy of edition you desire but be sure to send your subscript tion order to this paperNOT to the CourierJournal 1 L L x11eotor3r02eio Circuit CourtTF Dlrkhead Budge Den DIUngo Attorney W P MldkJrt Jailer E O Darrau Clerk F L Fe lIx Master Commteloner It T Collins Trustee Jury Fund T H Black Sher- Iff Hartford DeputleaS OIeown nn Lon Black Court convenes nrpt MOn day In March and August and continues three weeks and Third Mondays In May and November two weeks county CourtR R Wedding Judge W S Tinsley Clerk C E Smith At torney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Quarterly courtDeglns on the thIrd Monday to January April July and October Court ot ClaimsConvenes first TUes day In January and fIrst Tuesday In OctoberOther County OftlccrrC S MOZ9ey Surveyor Fordeville Ky It F D No 2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hart ford Ky R F D No2 Henry Leach SuperIntendent Hartford Dr A D- IUley Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS D S Chamberlain Hartford TuesdayI after ter 3rd MondayyinnJuneMarch Tuesday after 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after 3rd lMonday In December o E Scott Cromwell Wednesday afto 3rd Monday In Jolarcb Wednesday after Srd Monday In June Wednesday after 3rd Monday In September WednesdaY after 3rd Monday In December John H Mlle Itockport FrIday after 3rd Monday In March Friday after 3rd Monday n Jnne Friday after 3rd Monday In September Friday after lrd Monday In December J C Jackson Centertown Saturday aft Mondayln March Saturday af tel3rd Monday In June laturday after 3rd Monday In September Saturday af- tel 3rd MondaY In M C Cook Itenfrow Tuseday after 2nd Monday In February Tuesday after 2nd Monday in May Tuesday after 3rd Monday In August Tuesday after 2nd Monday In November Thomas Sanders Wednesday after the second MondayIn February Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August Wednesday after 2nd Monday In November C V Mlles Fordvllle Thursday after 2nd Monday In February Thursday after 2nd Monday In May Thursday after 3rd Monday In August Thursday after 2nd Monday In November Patton Ralph Friday after 2ndIMondayJ In February Friday after Monday In May Friday after Zrd Mon day In August FrIday after 2nd Mon day In November HARTFORD POLICE COURT C M Crowe Judge O D LlkensClty Attorney Sam Court convenes second Monday In each month City CouncilS H Williams Mayor It T Collins Clerk S K Cox Treas urer Members ot Council T R Dar nard W J Dean W M FaIr Pen Taylor W E Ellis E P Moore School TrusteesJ S Glenn chairman W S Tinsley Secretary C M Barnett C M Crowe and Dr E D Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices monrlng and evenIng every fIrst and third Sun day In each month Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evenIng Rev VIrgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices livery Sunday mornIng and evenIng Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev JW Druner pastor Christian ChurchServices every fourth Sunday at 11 n m and 7 p m Sunday School 230 p m Elder henry Clay Ford C P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 Sunday flth441 j4 Bev TrC 5lilson- pastor SECItFT SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A M meets first and thIrd Monday nIght In each month W E Ellis W AL C M Crowe Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 It A M meets every thIrd Saturday night In each month R Holbrook High Priest V S Hartford Chapter No8 O E 8- q1eets second and fourth Monday even- Ing Mrs T n Darnard VM Miss WIllie Smith Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythlas meets every Tuesday night- S A Anderson C C J O ICeown- K of It13H- artford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every flrlll and third Thursday nIght n I Collins Commander L P Foreman ltecord Keeper SunshIne Hive No 42 L O T M meets second and fourth Thursday nIght In each month Mrs Attye OrlfflnLady Commander Mrs Lula Pendleton Lady Record Keeper Carpenters and Jolntte local No 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1tis191nIIrtniu44pa H puNw 1LTIIOal8EEDCo lII I t r I I GUAR DED 1 BY ICY WIND A Frigid Convict Station In the Northeastof Siberia z r THE COLDEST SPOT ON EARTH No Precaution Are Necessary Against I Escape at Verhoyanik When the Wind Blows Hf fn Hour In the Fierce Biting Cold Means Death f The coldest place In the world one Trpuld naturally expect to be either the north or the south pole but It Is notJt Is a village In the northeast of Siberia named Verhoyansk There the average temperature of the three worst winter months is 03 degrees F below zero which means 85 degrees of frost During January the average temperature is GO degrees below zero or S3 degrees of frost On one occasion tile thermometer regis tend the remarkable figure of 120 de grees of frostl The average January figure for London on the other hand is 7 degrees above freezing point i But in Verboyansk most months are winter months July curiously enough Is as hot there as in London but the shadow of the terrible winter hangs over even the warmest months Even In midsummer the forests which surround the desolate plain in the center of which Verhoyanst L stands are withered and gray The grass is colorless The few flowers are odorless The bare soil of the plain itself refuses to produce vege tables of any kind The ground Is frozen bard to an incredible depth No farming of course is possible There are no cattle or poultry All food is imported Why then does this little village exist It is a convict sta thou and its population of 400 Is made up of officials and cxllps No precautions against escapes are needed Prisoners are known to have gone mad with the loneliness of the place But no one has ever been mad enough to try to escape Verhoyansk strange though It sounds Is guarded 1Huy the wind A gale when the thermometer stands at 30 or more below zero will destroy every living thing that Is not under shelter One of the many curious facts about void is that intense cold is iu Itself j easy to bear provided the air Is still One traveler has declared that be has often felt colder In Piccadilly on a damp day In November than during Ills entire stay In Verhoyansk where the thermometer sometimes showed 90 degrees of frost Therenson Is that at Verhoyansk the air Is Intensely dry and dry cold docs not penetrate far With a tent nt night and warm furs In the day time one can be quite comfortable however low the temperature But let a wind once rise and things Nire different As Verboyansk Is the coldest place In the world the fey winds that come must bring warmth But then all winds carr moisture And so we have tho curious fact that though one may be quite comfortable with the thermometer showing CO de grees of frost if a wind springs up anti adds 20 or 30 degrees of warmth to ftbe air one has to fly for dear Ute to shelter Half an hour In that fierce biting cold means death But the Intense normalweatheras powerful In Its effects In that Icy stillness an iron ax head dropped on the ground smashes like glass A board of unseasoned wood on the other hand freezes hard as Iron rBtf JVIndt In his travels in this re glen carried his milk in solid cubes In a net attached to his sleigh Ills thermometers all burst for nt the Vqrhoyansk temperatures quicksilver freezes and can bo hammered like copper It has indeed been turned into bullets and shot through a deal board All he could find of a case of claret J were a few lumps of red ice and sonic splintered glass But what troubled him most was the discovery that It tells impossible to smoke At 40 de grec below zero frozen nicotine blocks tbo stem of the pipe while cigarettes or cigars freeze to the lips It must be embarrassing to find as- Tone does when the thermometer reach t cs 80 below that ones very breath falls at ones feet in a fine white pow tier A mustache becomes a torture a heavy solid lump of ice To lay a bare band on metal means that the skin will stay where It touches A careless traveler once witlessly left a t iikirt outSide his hut to dry When ho v picked It up again it bent and almost j broke When swung through the air 1t trade a noise like theatrical thunder At these temperatures many usually trusty articles such as combs and razors and knlfo bandies shrivel or f beo4 or brenk- Verhoyanskls a huddle of mud plas tered huts along one straggling street 1r canter Twenrmlles away across a ells blacktOn the othetsido Is tile frozen river from which dense unhealthy mists roll HP for weeks Together In the au- tumor There are not flowers In spring and summer Is dujgy Perhaps they are right at Verhoyansk In looking forward to tile long months of winter But It Is not ft cheerful place Pear sons Weekly The order of society Is founded on iif human miseryland Imbecility and I thee are foundations which will never TreiibleAnatole France 1 t ro TALE OF TWO SCHOOLBOYS The plattheNo copewithBut the spindle shanked DeVere kid was batAnd him when we played two old cat The uptotie ittraveledThe coodstliatAnd the salary he drew down was Just pine thousand plunks But the spindle shanked DeVere kid lust recelptlAnd and sold the bleacher seats He owned the champ teams franchise and when the star McGee Took down his princely stipend DeVere he had to see The threwlilllAnd mong the minor league teams he took tf downward scoot And the splmlle shanked DeVere boy still sits upon the throne And the mal to this spring yarn each boy can dope alone RepubIlan r4l Lucky For Eve7 Young Husband How do you like your new dressmaker Particular Wlfo Sbos a botch It she bud boon la the garden of Eden she wouldnt have kuown how to tit Eves first costume Why She Returned Mrs Johnson bad gone away from home leaving Mr Johnson discon solate On arriving at her destination she missed her gold lace pin and wrote her servant asking the girl to let her Unow If she found anything on the dining room floor The servant wrote as follows When sweeping the dining room floor this morning 1 found thirty matches four corks and a pack of cards Success Magaziner Y 1The Other Extreme St Peter looked at the newcomer What was your business on earth be asked- I ran a cold storage plant the ap plicant answered The saint touched the push button In the marble wall I guess youve earned a complete change of occupation be said Take dowulCleveiandttalnV Worry In All Marriages she said dont you think this talk about trial marriage Is Just horrid fjxOh I duuno SBk Why you dont believe In then yourself do your Have fo If theres any marriage that Isnt a trial you just show me Brooklyn Kngle 1tatTheTruth at Last Hub wptffjrrltatloniWby Is It that you women Insist upon having the last word VIfey IcalmllWl dont The only reasou we get It Is because we al ways have a dozen arguments left when you stupid men are all run out i Boston Transcript He Got It Mr Prosperous A great big able bodied man like you ought to be ashamed to ask a stranger for money Meandering Mikef know I ought but mister Im too kludopartfd to tap you on de head and take It away from youSpokane SpokesmanRe view No Possible Doubt You cant male me believe said Mrs Lapsllng that the men the po lice caught prowling uround our house wasnt a burglar tic dented It but they found a 44 calamus revolver on him Chicago Tribune Invention Useless CallerSir I hove Invented a car from which women positively cannot get off the wrong way Street Car MagnateNo use my dear sir women wouldnt ride on such a car Buffalo Express The Similarity- Do you kuow Imogen your hair reminds me of Syracuse Prny why- Because its so near Auburn Cornell Widow Airship Dialogue vjSboV sinklngvfaet One of us has tot to go and I cant swim Sorry old man but I promised my wife never to take another drop Life PoemSame old rills Birat old tiresome daffodil Same old lambkins game old bees- Same old pudding willow trees ISame old robins same old dew Sprint hasnothlBR that U new lame old greensward nature couch Barn 04 rhymester with a grouch KJUUM City JournalI I EYEWITNESSES A Teat In a Psychology Class Show Them to Be Unreliable Some time ago Professor McKeever of the Kansas State Agricultural col lego performed an interesting expert ment before a psychology class In which bo staged a holdup In his classroom and afterward took testl mony on the subject The object was to test the reliability of eyewitnesses Professor McKecvcr selected three young men to stage the holdup and had them practice their parts In his office He also made note of their per sonal appearance They were Instruct ed exactly what to do and what to say All of these things were placed In a notebook In order that the testi mony might bo compared with the facts The class of psychology had just as sembled when in rushed Jones who whirled about and pointed a wrench at his pursuers and exclaimed Stay back or Ill shoot Turning ho ran across the room and dropped to his knees letting fall a small bug which ho carried saying There take 111 and ran out of the room Ho was closely followed by Smith and White Smlth yelled GTvo it up you scoundrel and grabbed the bag and ran out behind the other white camo In carrying a small revolver with the cylinder removed yelling Take It from him Eddies He wont hurt you The play lasted only a few seconds and Professor McKeever a peared very much agitated but when- the affair was over he told turn stu dents the object of the test and asked each member of the class to write an account of what happened The testimony regarding the conduct of Jones varied greatly Following aro some of the accounts Pointed his finger at Smith and said Get out of here Ed Tbo whole class was paralyzed with fear lie pointed a revolver Pointed an Imaginary pistol Pointed a heavy object at the others as he went out Held a revolver In his band Wit ness recognized Jones Had something like a revolver Jones wore u mask The testimony regarding Smiths con duct would have been particularly damaging In a criminal case Al though he was not armed in any man ner or carried anything in his handI yet two testified that he carried are volver in his hands and snapped It several times while a third credited him Avlth saying Stop or Ill shoot nt the same time aiming at Jones White wns scarcely noticed One witness testified that he carried a club of some kind but no one mentioned the fact that be carried a revolver with the cylinder removed White who was armed was not noticed and Smith who had nothing nt all In Illt bands wns accused by three eyewlt nesses of carrying a revolver Likewise testimony as to the ap pearance of the Individuals did not agree Some said that Jones wore a raincoat and others said It W1SYhllJrAbel so tin lu regard to articles of clothing This test was in usually thorough The witnesses were not expecting such an occurrence and there were no prejudices to influence the testimony 11 was just a plain ease of ptfomptins to tell what they saw while and they couldnt do itManhattan Ran Cor Kansas City Star ca CASTORIAFor The Kind You Up Always Bought I Bears th- eSO of Is Our Personal Decoration Savagery Women sun are savages declaims a sociologist of an Eastern institution of learning and Adduces as evidence that women still are addicted to per sonar decoration such aa stuffed birds and lively colors which make of them walking mausoleums and rain bows In flesh and blood Because fashions are in path arbi trary and often barbaric no more proves that women remain savages than the same qualities in mens at tire prove that mew are savages if women must cut their hair short and eschey ornament In order to lift themselves out of the category of savage let them continue fro Invite this misogynists condemnation If the scientific croature su j pos es that men have abandoned personal decoration because they no longer tattoo their skins or stick feathers in their locks he is mistaken How about the high hat the plug as Ir reverently It has been termed Al though the silk hat fs the ugliest expression of the decorative passion that over was devised It nvustie res gnpded as decorative la as snuck as no stretch of Ingenuity cans construe It to be useful In tad the human male is as much subjected to the passion for ornament as the female He dcesnt exploit It as artistically as she does that la all But profound students of human psychology have affirmed that that vanity of the sterner sex Is quite as virulent aa that of the lalrtttex I and even more so If Indulgence In the Innocent and uplifting sio11 fur f- cn decoration be proof savagerythen men are as eavage aa women We are allBavages Except perhaps the Purl tans of tho sixteenth century fiom whom this Massachusetts soclologlA laprobably descended except the Pur hens who were so above savagery that they had no taste for art for the drama and believed In witchcraft I Truth is the passion for decoration In a noble one It accounts for much refinement for personal virtues and for manners even The passion may be savage or halfsavage or high ly civilized But possession of the passion Is not evidence of savagery The quality of its manifestation is And ludicrous or umtasteful as some feminine ornamentation is ow11l match against the worst womanly doc oratlcn the male silk hat and vindicate the former Ollnntapolls Jour nal Banks on Sura Thing Now Ill sever be without Dr KIng Now1 Life Pills again writes A Scnlngrck 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 at all druggist m Children Born Good There are no bad children say Father P J Dunn of St Louis uiul Mrs Frederic Schoff cf Philadelphia there are only bad guardians cr par ents and evil surroundings Without Inquiring too curiously lrto tho source of evil fathers cr moth ors It may be admitted that the timely rescue of morally mistreated or menaced children will help io pre vent the rise of bad parents Mrs Schoff thus diagnoses the case Parent If children bo bad aro the roil criminals If parents can not be taught 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