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IeFe tt itzrtfedi UqublicauI Work L DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OP 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XXiII f HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY Ky FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1910 No 9d a TUEPRESIDENTSI a k PROGRAMMI To Produce Tariff Law o Scientific Basis Any Tariff is a Good Tariff Whic Gives American Markets to American Producers it t The President doubtless bolieve- ait to be his duty both tothe nation and to the party which elected him to hold the Republican partY togoth- er as a constructive pOlitical unit L And whatever formal suggestions he may make to that end are deserving of the most respectful condition rom all who profess to be Republicans He has made such suggestions In a formal letter addressed to the Congressional Campaign Committee The on traditional policy of the Republican party Is Protection to home Industries as the one distinc tive policy of the Democratic party Is Protection to home industries as the onedlstlnctlve policy of the Democrat- Ic party Is the abundant of Protec tion The President therefore nat urally confines himself to the discus sIon of the Thrift In respect to whIch there has arisen disagreement In the Republican ranks The Presidents suggestion Is that the PayneAldrJch law as n whole be left undisturbed but that certain schedules shall be taken up for re- vislon under rules fixed both In the Senate and home under which no i amendments shall be In order unless germane to the subject matter of these schedules And he also suggests that the select ed schedules when taken up shall be revised not as heretofore by the best attainable compromise with other Interests but Independently and on a scientific basis By scientific the President means first the ascertainment of the cost of production In this and foreign countries and upon that basis constructing a Tariff which snarl allow the American manufacturers to recety a reasonable profit and no more The first difficulty to be encountered In the selection or the schedules for revision which are not indicated In the outline of the Presidents mes sage Suppose for example that some one should propose the agricultural schedule for revisionand thIs Is Understood to moan revision downward and there should be reason tosus poet that the proposer had especiallY In mind the duties on prunes raisins hops lemons and oranges What would our California delegation do What vrbuld any Insur gentS in it do We all know what thee would do p They would fill the country with their outcry agaInst being singled out for dlscrlmtuatory legislation And what the California delegation do Is t precisely what every delegation or member would doregardless of partyit the Interests or the consti tuencies represented were In danger But concoo11g that majorltles eopid- be found to combine against the par ticular Industries assailed the next difficulty to be met is the ascertain moat of costs of production In this and all other countries cost yiuy In difterentteatablisheq epts and in difternet3years J 1 vary greatly In different cquntrlaa Take the foreign cost o Pearl buttons for example Shall the foreign cost be that of England en Gerrmatly 9r Japan Shall the foreign cost of steel be that of or t And of which establlshoentaIn thecoua tries And ofdome tlc costs aball ttey be those of the great concerns t to practtce aU theecapotnlee o wealth or iheof tho IIk ones r wbichare struggling to compete- eagains them Finally there Is the question of what Is a reasonable profit in each lndus tryTW shall decide what reas onableWho knows the respective risks to be eoat + ppaated It Is well to atteanpt toregulntepro 1t by star tutetg And tt to e tIndustries profits are tdab 9o regulatedtxhy aet lacallt tAad it a Y dettaltYS ategrCitytsYbhoat cMi Y It not also to equity guarantee profit All these fare hard questions Pr su blyth President has consider them Possibly In due time he ivlll elucidate them Certatnly they need elucidation beennInterests on the floors of Congre It Is not scientific but It has boon practical and effective Possibly the wayhgives American markets to American producers Any Tarlrf which does not do so Isa lad Tariff But Jf suchTr1fts cannot exist with out also resulting in combination ade- xtortionwhich the Chrornicle de nlesIt wilt Jie time to abandon tection and let the country taiie its chances A tariff Is a trade and It Is doubtful If a trade can be scientific San Francisco Chronicle For Sale One 10 horse traction engine and one saw mill complete both In good condition Forr particulars call on or address r P BROWN l GRIME GOSTSUNGLE SAM BILLION A YEAR Means of Minimizing Offenses Are to be Discussed at Prison ConGress I Wasln hton 14ls the death penalty longer adriaable Jfor capital crimes Is tko lihJeteFminate ben tence feaslbllfIIfrlme mote serious when a group commits It than when one person commits tt What are the essenttal principjes ora mod era reformatory system What Im provements can be made in the sys tems of parole or conditional liberation of prisoners What are the best means of workIng prisoners In small prIsons What are the effects of probation How shall We deal best with the lamp and the vagrant What can be done to assist prison ers families T How can we deal with inebrlty Should children be treat ed as criminals when they violate theI law What can be done about Idle and vagrant children iii large citiesI The foregoing are a tow of the many questions that will bo discuss ed by noted European and American criminologists at the meeting here October 2 to 8 of the eighth interna- tlonn 1 prl n congress Fifty nations are to havb representatives at the congress and more than 100 of these tgreigners as the guests of Uncle SamwUl leave JerseY City next Sun day evening ona special train which will make n trip of more than 2000 miles that the visitors may Inspect tome of the best prisons and reformatories In the United States Thee congress will also be attended by a larger number of Americans who are interested In the prevention of crime Itis estimated that criminals directly and indirectly cost this country t000000000 a year Where are about ioOOOO prisoners In American reformatory institutions Such condition Jt1s contended males the grime problem lly 8sodou- sast tuberculosis problem What can be done to reduce the amount of crimeV asks Cluairman 0- FI Lewis of the congress committee on publicity What can be done to make fewer criminals That Is the quostton and the purpose of this 10- ter t1on1 onv tJonls to bring the best thought and experience of the world to bear on the gre issue Mr RB Martin Honored Thesubcommittee recenilt ap nt the Re nstate ien rirCoinmitteet i1ge Ii Slate rtfp Commktoe to taro tbarge- of ttie Congressional aid othersloe bone for entucky this tali met recently ttn Loulsvllle and among the othee apointees selected Nr R B Martin fOhfO county was on- thscatelitberar r tIe went to Loulsvllle- WedaesdAy to enter Ulhhls duties amid will necessarily ljave to gltt i a goad dealof hlaLti 6 the two months tkedsldt aiga- lrork 1i a understand Mr Mardi alit i Y chargitpCthe organization bu- reaue c I r CANDIDATES FOR- fiOVERNOR Republicans in State Not Worried About Leader Past Record in Commonweal Holds Out Much Hope For several weeks the DemocratS have occupied the center of the polltl cat stage and the Republicans have been figuratively relegated to th e background Now however they have come into their own again and ore In the limelight for candidateS for the various State offices are crop ping out In aU parts of Kentucky Of coursre chief Interest will center In the nominee for Governor Several leading Republicans aspire to the high position and there will be a real fight before the nominee Is Selected Kentucky Is always a doubt ful State In a 9tate election and has beeq sorQr a numberof years Few DemocratS and not very many Republicans seem to realize that In the past fifteen years Kentucky has elected three Republican Governors and one Democratic Governor al though he was elected for two terms Such is true however and the Republicans have been successful at the polls three times where the Demo crats were successful on onto two oc casionsThe election of William O Bradley In 1895 was followed by the election- of William S Taylor In 1899 A year later J C W Deckham Democrat was elected Governor as II result of the killing of William Goebel Mr Beckham was reelected three years later but In 190i Augustus E Will- son a Republican was eleCted Thus It may be seen that the Republicans have carried three out of tour regu tar State elections In the past fifteen years That the Republicans have strong hOPes of winning again In the next State election Is evident by the nunr her of prominent citizens who will seek the honor of leading the ticket To date there Is only one announced candidate In the field but there are SUre to be four of five additional en tries within the next few weeks or perhaps days Tom McGregor Assistant Attorney General Is the only announced candl date for the Republican nomination for Governor He made his formal announcement several days ago and will at once upon an active canvas for the nomination Mr MCGregor halls from Western Kentucky has had a big following In that section of the State He Is a young man but has trade a splendid record In office In addition he Is an orator of known abilitY and he Is able to hold his own on the stump That he will be a factor In the race for the nomination goes without saying for he has always been a fIghter Many admirers of1r McGregor declare that he is the logical candidate for Governor and insist that he would be able to defeat any candidate nominated byth I Democrats While no other candidates have made their formal announcement for the Republican nomination for Governor mention has been made of the prob able candidacy or Judge E c ORear of the Court of Appeals Lieutenant Governor William H Cox of Mason county Attorney General James H Broathltt of Christian county E1 Franks formerly Cbllecto of Internal Revenue of Owensboro Frank P James of Harrodsburg present State Auditor Ben F Dinner of LouisvIlle Secretary of State and M Ck RaI ktnof Henry county tho present Commissioner Agriculture Daptis4 Church Regularservices next Sunday SUU day school seasibn at 94itoclock Morning worship at 11 oclock Rev A D Gardner of Beaver Darn mil 1 exchange pulpits with the pastor fox thI morning hour Evedtng worship a 730i0clack preaching by thA pastor themeOfsermon Chits Promi- stotitketwTkietiocribeCro e The Iiy 1 irwm meet tn the Jlaraca Ioomat030oclock J W BYtUNDR Paeto f DEMOCRATS INDORSE HOOPER Results Will Affect Only Governorship single Issue Hinges on Personality of the State Leader Nashville Tenn Sept HThe Independent Democrats of Tennessee today ludorsed the candidacy of Capt Ben I1 Hooper Republican nomInee for Governor and further cut loose from the regular wing by referring the Patters harmony resolution to the new Independent State EXecutive Committee without discussion Thus was organized n formIdable looking triumvirate to campaign for n Republican Governor the triumvirate consisting of Republlcanslndependent Democrats and Statewide Prohlbi tlonlsts The Independents and Prohibitionists are so closely alliedas to largely overlap In their membership The possible break In the solid South outlined In todays convention extends only to one office the Governorship There Is a gentle mans agreement between the Independents and the Republicans that neither party will invade the otll ors sate legislative terrltoryand- this the I deltmdents say assures a Democratic Legislature The last Republican governor In Tennessee was Alvin Hawkins In 188182 It Is a curious fact that ills election was due to a Democratic split red by JUdge S F l1sonwho Was elected to the Court of Civil Appeals ns an Independent In the ju dlclary election last August which was tie forerunner of todays con vention The convention was run off without a ripple of opposition to the program ot the leaders whose only worry was to keep the enthusiastic delegates from prematurely suspending the rules and nominating Hooper by acclamationThis attempted but ruled out of order by the Permanent hair man R E L Mountcastle National Democratic Committeeman for Tennessee There was II long wait for committee reports and then platform resolutions were adopted and nominations made In rapid succession by unanimous rising votes The resolution on harmony reads as follows W0 recommend that the resolution sent to this convention by the Patterson commIttee be referred to the State Committee elected by this convention for proper answer in accordance with the action and nominations ot this convention During the speech making former Attorney General Jeff McCarn defined the delegates general opinion- as to their straight Democracy when he said lma straIght Democrat and Im going right straight to the 1olls and vote for CaptaIn Hooper The pardon of Senator Carmacks slayer was denounced repeatedly by the speakers and each denouncemeut was received with shouts of approval Temporary Chairman G T Fitzhugh- of Memphis brought the audience to Its feet when he said of the Carmnck Cooper case When the highest court despite his PattersOns efforts to COerCe It had handed down aa decrt1Q which branded his closest friend and chief political advIsor as a murderer he spat upon and trampled under root this judgment which was In accord with law and Justice and which met with thOI approTal of the civilized world The convention ended with CaPt Hoe ers nddress The Republican candidate was frequently Interrupted ycheerlnglnd applause The State xoeutlve Committee appointed by the Independents today met this evening sad referred the Regulars ltatmo11y proposal to a lom mlttee of three with Instructions to report on Sept 24 ThIEf RegullUs tonight organized to right It out with the fusionists aU alougc the line Their State committee called It convention to meet in- Nashville October 6 to nominate a- tl4e J Gubernatorial candidate adopt a platform select National Democratic Committeemen and elect a new state executive committee Regular lenders said the call for a new platform Is evidence of the In sincerity or the Democratic organ zatlon to reunite the factions Court Asked to Stop Womans Wooing Clayton Mo Sept 12 Charging that Mrs Mary arderle Is set on marrying him and that when her proposals are rejected she shies kitchen utensils and oven wields a chafr with herculean strength Henry Fare a truck gardener has asked court protection against her strenuous lovemaking Mrs Carderie is 48 years old Favre Is 37 years old Several weeks ago ho gave the widow permission to occupy a house adjoining his lie de clared she Immediately started wooing him although he made It Clllr he Is satisfied with his present mode of life She refused to move and lttvre declares he was forced to take refuge with neighbors to escape her ardent profession of lov- eSETTLEMENT EFFEGTEO IN GOAL GO SUIT As a Result of Mine Disaster 20000 Is Involved in Settlement Greenville Ky Sept 12Ord were taken In the Circuit Court here today for settling fortystWen damage suits which were brought against the Elk Vally Coal Mining Company and others These suits were brought as a result of the Drowder mine explo slon which occurred on February 1 an In which thirtyfour men lost their lives The amount involved In the sottle meat Is 20000 and half of It Is be- Ing paid here today Negotiation of settlement have been In progruss for sonic time between tile low firm of Howard Gray Yost Laffoon reP resenting a majority of the claimants and the firm of Taylor Eaves reP resenting the defennant Consider- Ing the amount of the obligations outstanding against the company and the refusal of the indemnity company In which It was Insured to contribute the settlement Is considered a good one and the attorneys representing both sides of the controcr- S are beIng congratulated on such a settlement Several attorneys representing parties to the litigation from other towns are here today Death of Little Boy at Olaton Floyd the little invalid son or Henry and Mary Cotton died August 31 1910 at their home three mlles east of Olaton aged one year and eleven months The Interment was In Payton cemetery near McGrady church September 1st Many people have visited the home to see this little boy he being entirely helpless and speechless and In addition to these afflictions the left Portion of the head waS transparent and It Is claimed that the veins and bones of the head could be plainly seen through the skull and that ones Ian placed at the back or the chllds head as visible viewed by the observ r standing directly In front of the child and looking from u point di rectly over the left eye from which position the fingers and bones In the hand thus placed could be counted It Is asserted that the child though he had never spoken before On the night before his detthwhich occurred the following morningspole several words tile most audible of which were the words father and mother 00 Building Contracts to Let The letting of contracts for building a school house In the following school districts will be let to the lowest and best bidder or bidders at one oclock p m Saturday September 24 191b at following places SubdlstrJct No 14 Moseley Ed u tlona1 Division No 1i supdistrict No 18 Ilelmnot Educational Dl vision No I subdlstrlct No 12 Olaton EduCational Division No3 and subdistrict No2 Arnold Rd- ucational Dlv1aton No 4 The above contracts will bo let tinder sealed bids Uti HENRY LEACH Supt w4 SUB TREASURY TELLER ARRESTED Charged With Mysterious Theft Disappeared From His 1173000 Three Years Ago Chicago Sept looorge w Frltz gerald n former assorting teller lm the Chicago Sub Trusury was arrest ed today by Deputy United States Marshal charged with the mysterious theft of liOOO from the SubTreasury on February 19 190i Fitzgerald was arrested on a bench warrant based on an Indictment returned sec retly by II Federal grand Jury on Feb ruary 17 1910 Three days after the Indictment was secretly returned and suppressed on February 20 It was announced that the statute or limitations had operated to stop possible criminals prosecution In the peculiar case Coincident with this rura by the authorities secret service men were detailed to watch Fitzgerald constAnt ly and make a rigid investigation of the former tellers financial IntereSt and affairs Discoveries made by these secret service operatives re sulted In the order for Fitzgeralds arrestMarshal Ebersteln chief of special agents of the department of justice and Deputy U S Marshals Walter Wainwright and J T Duckner arrest ed Fitzgerald nt his Insurance broker Ageoffice just as The Former SUb treasury Teller was leaving for his homeFitzgerald was first taken to UnIt ed States Marshal Hoys office In the Federal building where he was searched handcuffed and placed In II cell Fitzgerald objected to being searched and for a few minutes he was handled somewhat roughly by the deputy marshals After an hours Imprisonment Fitzgerald was taken before Judge Ken esaw M LandIs formally arraigned and his ball fixede at 50 Being un able to give bond In this sum he was taken to the county jail The indictment against Fitzgerald read In court specifies four counts Three charge embezzlement and the fourth charges larceny Under thec- harges a maximum sentence of ten years In a Federal prison or D fine equal to the sum embezzled Is the penalty upon conviction Attaches of the District AttorneYs office declare that since the disappearance of the 173000 from the sub treasury Fitzgerald has done the fol lowing things Organized the Illinois Car Manufacturing Company with a OOOO plant at Hammon Indiana Organized the Dolt Nut and Forging Company with a large plant in Chi cagoDealt extensively In stocks and bonds Moved from a modest nit to a 10 000 residence In Rogers Park a sub urb of Chicago Paid for tills new home and fur nished It extensively Lived In expensive style and enter tained friends lavishly Wife Made to Cut Saw Logs Charging that her husband has forced her to do all sorts of manual labor including digging coal cutting sawlogs and painting houses and that be has threatened on several occa sloes to kill her and also because of the tact that he drinks and Is very quarrelsome Cordlo J Tucker has asked the circuit court to free her from the bonds of matrimony with James C Tucker The petition states that the couple WnB married InOwenilboro in Novem her 1895 and that they had lived together as man and wife un August 20 1910 when the defendant finally deserted and abandoned her The woman states in her petition that she has been required to do the hardest sort of manual labor from hte day of her marilaJe sad that twice her husband baa boat her unmerctruU MrS Tucker asks the court toe an abaalute divorce and for the custody of her child NlnaLeewho Is now six years rage auau r PLATFORM TO RADICAL Roosevelt Writes One Reg ulars Will Refuse Jalance of Trade Against Us In Brazil Because of Coffee Purchases Washtngton Sept 12Wbether or not Col Roosevelt has constructed platform which Is so radical If not revolutionary that the regulars wSU re fuso to stand on It and whether this means that Isldcli the two old parties there will be In the field for the next Presidential election a ne liberal or progressive party made up from the progressives gathered up et erywltere Is a qustlon which just now Is giving the political prophets muc concernIt one thins to attract the all jllause of the multitude and It Is another thing to garner to the otes of those same men who did the shouting CA1 Bryan found that to be true And yet Without doubt there are a lot progressive senators and relresenta Lives who will cone out from under cover next Dtcemberr In fact the are coming out right along The have felt that the party was not keeping up with the development advanced thought among the people but they have hesitated about dlclar Ing thentselvesas the recognized Insurgents and J1rogreslhos hay done Some or them philandered for a time flirting with the liberal clement only tQ be warned back Into the ranks of conservatism by the demands of the regulars where the JattfTwere In undisputed control the party machinery But the wholeI country seems to be In the mad rush toward a more radkaliy repre6entaJ tlvt system of government and theI former President Is hading the moveI bent He Is excelled by no ono InI making an accurate shreowd estimate of the state of public opinion Col Roosevelt has dlscovoo whatI the people want The acclaim which met his recent utterances apparent y proved that and he Is the man to east his fortunes with the powers public whose applause makees mars the fortunes of those who npt to It The mOVement Is bound grow It will gather strength dall and there Is little probability anythIng can stop It If the thatI meat Is one calculated to bring perlty to the country It will endureI if It be the luro of false prophets It will pass away But In any event large and perhaps controlling elemet of the people is determined to haot a change Perhaps It would be usfree well to recognize that this Is the temper now as at some later time Senator Robert L Owen of Okla 111las11rdwas as I Document 603 Gllt Congress std StIi slon It consists of an Introduction hy Senator Owen with a compilation of various statues etc relating to the IlOOples rule system of govern meat and for terminating abuses of machine politics vlz An adequat registration system secret ballot dl reet primaries publicity of campaign contribution corrupt Practices act publicity pamphr Initiative and r- Yerendom recall lJesmolnos plan of cIty government short ballot etc Accompanying the code was a cop y of Senator llournes speech on Orefgons system of popular governnnen the best system lu the world to- flay Senator Owen declares that tho peoples rule la nut or should no be a partisan qultslon in Republican Oregon South Dakota Montan- and Maine and In Democratic Mla sours Oklahoma ArJeansas and Nov 1 da the irroplo have become aheady comparatively free from machine control or are about to achieve that die ntinction of Anyone who expects to get rich out of practical forestry hy Jllantlng trees Ing and waiting for them to grow wil- w 1 In probably be dlsaJlllolnted unless he happens to be growing eucalyptus In California The forest Service has recently put out leaflets showing the cost methods and Protts of growing of loblolly and shortlwf pine It claims that lOblolly will make a tree KO It feet hIgh and containing 70 board1 feet of lumber at the age of 40 years The wood JII coursoglalnedlcnotty The And largely sapwood Shortleut pin map l- 9orrow t 7uinbor but It IS of slow i In crowded unthlnn- antin ed the pine will yield about 13 of o60 board feet pt lumber to the acre law In fifty years At7GO per thousand iw tbe stump whIch Js probably not I 4i t J to little to estimate R at thIs wo give j37b4 an acre which fs loss 2 Per year psi acre not counting anpthfag for seeding transplants thinning and other work beside Interest on the money From an economic JlOlnt of view the Forerst Sere should be able to find something morr worthy of offering to the publican as Investment The Spanish American Republics with the aid of the United States are maintaInIng la Washington biggest and most energetic press lhoI reau on earth la the Bureau of Am can Republics It Is the avowed pur pose of this Institution to prom ite the Internal and external commerce of Its members and to bring about botter feelings between the nations adatiering republics The biggest of these friendly sisters of the lnlted States Is Brazil w chI la the month of July of this y sold tile err largo amount of 0208S2 worth of goods to the tint 51 States and bought of us goods Wo 2Oi81i5 We buy coffee of Brazil which amounts for the balance of trade against us but Brazil would buy more of us it we had It to s 1and In tact Is steadily Increasing I ler purchases She sold us during the past seven months over flay million dollars worth of goods In order to Increase her exports Brazil Is giving bounties for rasping rubber wheat and other articles The great countries of South Amerlt ofare growing very rapidly In wealth i and bower and influence and some dar this country will be making strenuous efforts to gain their trade which has been going largely to EnIland and Germany tAlaska will undoubtedly make a demand wUcn Congress tpeets again for leglslatltn which ala permit of the opening of the rich coal fields I In that Territory The snore Coast will benefit by leaving PacificI ka coal made available The meat which la paying about one mil lion dollars a year In Freights toof get Pennsylvania and Vest Virginia fcoal carried around to the Padltic Coast for the use of the fleet la order that the Alaska coal may be con served will also benefit On this point Senator Perkins chairman of the Committee on Naval Affairs said recently If that coal Is as good as the namely the Geogollcal Survey say Is and we can get It at rl3SOnable rates It woulld be of very great benefit to the Navy as well as to the Co m6rclal Interests ulAdmiral Dewey president vt the General Board of the Navy Ip a re sltoml statementI of the Geological Sur Ier to quote Senator Perkins fur was an agreeable surprise to ninny of us We ought to he able to pUt It down at tidewater at 2 or thenaget It to San Francisco and effect Pacific oast ports for about 1 a top duty tirCommittee I woulld tiles vet much to sec the pones openeJ Prh ate capital would do It with a chance tot title to the lands l think weJ Wright charge a small royalty basadI on commercial usage We must g some Inducements but the question could he handlled on a business basisHangar Congress has bungled the coal sit uatton In Alaska In order thatch may be an understanding Of cote sub Jett which has been persistently before the public for many months let us see what the Government geolo gist Alfred H Brooks saga In Du1e tip 44f the r Geological Suryr eyeto ntoltled The Ilnlng Industry 11Ids UtlllzaIhave held back the leveloii matt of the Bering River and MatanI tastes fields one being the radian teato made In the California oU fieidsfacing and Ule other time unfortunate conwas sttunder which Alaska coal lands can 1eagal In situation very succinctly as follows Though laws Intended to ens bleI the individual to obtain title to coalCI lands have been on fire statute books I for the last decade not a slnglle acr load has yet July 1 1910 gone to Patent It Is therefore no surprls that progress has been ctlcckodSI the coal fields and that many ho wouM undertake their devote p bent have Uecbme discouraged The that act passel G 1910 simply extended to Alaska the IlroYlslons the coalland laws In the United States This law was Ineffective for prodded that only subtllvlded taude could be taken UP and there ere the then no land surveys In Alaska the matter was rerctlfled by the act April 28 1301 which Permitted u n for ICrveyed lands to ho entered and Wo serveya to be made at the expence the ontrYmen Unfortunately We provided that only tracts or 16 d arras could be taken UP and no roc dent Ignition was given to the tact that If Ky W l4 L I JaolaIIanturn or a large amount or money such small unlst Redledlal legislation was sought a enacted In the statute of May 2819- co This law permitted the coasoUdatt of claims staked previous toNovem 12 1906 In tracts of 2560adires clause or this law Invalidated the Li Ir any Individual or corporation any tIme In the future owned anT Interest wliatsoover directly or Indl really In more than one tract purpose of this claus was to p vent the monopoUzaUon of coal fie IdsIs Its Immediate effect was to dta com 1r age capital It was felt by many this clause might lead to of title through the accIdents of herltance or might even be used the unscrupulous In blackmailing would appear that land taken up Ilb der this la mlwght at any time he forfeited to the Government thou the salon of naY Individual who 1 nocently or otherwise obtained Inter est la more than one coal comps i Such a title was felt to be too 1 S cure to warrant the large Inyestments needed for mining developments 111The difference between the mini of coal and the mining of placer Bo1 hllS not always been recognized placer claim may yield a profit to the prospector who has but a etI ply of provisions and a few elm preliminaryIand dollars must he expended on each claim Even niter the money necessary to patent has been spent no Pro f from mining can accrue until su clent sapltal has been invested provide equipment and transportat- tacllllttca i These explanations obI our to every coal miner are here because the Idea seems Pre lent that any Individual prosp after staking a coal claim can p teed to develop It at a Profit as he might a gold placer IAn Awful Eruption a volcano excites brief inters and your Interest In skin erupt ens will be as short If you use Ducl lens Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even the worst bolls ulsers or feIer sores are soon heal by It Bestnow for Burns Cuts Bruises Sore Lips Chapped Hands Chilblains and PIles It glues Instant relict 25c at all druggists b Z11 I Farm Machinery Prices usmed worn argument Amer- Ican machinery may be parch psd abroad cheaper than at home TI Is strange too considering It such a handy argument with which to attack the Tariff especially among farmers who do not want to thipit that anyone gets his machinery more cheaply than they do But Senator Deverldgewho himself did not vote tor the last Tariff law has perbaps ed spiked these guns lie took tile governments reports made through the consuls and drew from them this price list of mowers and binders me various countrIes ca BInder biower United States j12G0U 5000 Great Britain 13616 1i5SO France 1i3iO 6369 Germany 2l1300 G750 yeDenmark 16750 6030 Sweden 16080 6030 243CO 8120 South Russia 1699 6GJ5 ereNorth Russia 18023 6G95a Nest SllJera 187t8 7210 It will bee seen that the United St States has the cheapest machinery These figures are official comp11ed by the consuls whose business it get exact lnformatfoaCedar Itap Republican Saved a Soldiers Life Facing death from shot and the civil war was more agrees J A Stone of Kemp Tex than It It from what the doctors said consumption I contracted ubborn cold he writes that veloped a cough that static to me spite of all remedies for years b welsh ran down to 130 pounds Th began to use Dr Kings New DI which completely cured melIS now wel8h 178 pounds Forpower Coughs Colds La Grippe Asthma Hemorrhages Hoarseness Cm Whooping Cough and lung trouble 60c 100 Trial bottle trQ8effective Guaranteed all anGuaranteed thlSecureUnder too law the Western lvo wl mat has the power to issue the ELI It MENTARY CERTIFICATE thoIN hold TERMEDJATE CERTIFICATE and LIFE CERTIFICATE Which ntltt In holder to teach anywhere In Ken tucky for two years tour Years as d for me riispecctlvely without turthof examInation Information lIS to the and about of work rrequired for cad k cer LQbe tlflcate will be furnished whendi sired Address Jl H Cherry Pree L for Western Normal BowflnOreem been that 1u 11- 1 4 jby00PopulationbrneLittle Short of j atMlracle aThtour country was now fully 90000000 wIth 10000000 more under our flag In the Phnllp AlaskauseBoa wealthblGOOOOOOOOOIwe are D 000 with Immense natural yearly Increase coiningnper capita of our population was 514 now the per capita Is 1333 coiningetare a year now our annual gold cote approach I 100000000 a year gFifty years ago our money clrcula- A lion was 138 aoiq It Sa 3459 with a population three times as large I bankPl151syyears ago our saving bank did not pulse aggregate j1b00000000 now Juno 30 1909 1they total 3iI30oo000 ourtonowIU30 the deposits by 4G7000000 hayvnnoow y such companies aggregate 2885000 000 i Fifty years ago the depositors In our saving banks numbered only 693 8iO now they numbs 8831863 stFifty tears ago the ordinary ree Hue of our Government was 56GOO 000 now It exceeds 600000000 Fifty years ago our yearly disburse for pension was 1000000 It Is 161000000J Deafness Cannot be Cured tlocal applications sa they casino reach the diseased portion of the ear There Is only one way to cure deafness and that le by constitutional remedies Deafness Is caused hy an Inflamed condition of the mucuow lining of the Eustachian Tube When laisIng and when It la entirely closoo deafness Is the result and unless th Inflammation can be taken out an this tube restored to Its Warms con dltfon hearing will be destroyed fo ever nine cases out of ten are eau by Catarrh which Is nothing b an Inflamed condition of th emucuous surfaces We will give One Hundred Insothat tappet be cured by flails Catarrh Cure Scud for d taints tree F J CHEEl 6 CO Toledo O Sold by Druggists 76c Take Halls Family Pills for conw stllaUon m to President Tafts Paragraphs I call attention to the tact that very Important part of conservation must always fall upon the ate Legislatures and that they would better be up and doing If they would save the waste and de laaudallon and destruction Wrong at private greed or accidental fires that have made barren many squat States1Nothing imports nt thoblen sce was probably the ruthless des traction of forests In the olds toderi1 al ate coftlispsea to the assignee of the lease a of resuming possession at the mend of the term of the lease or of of orioleItan on control la the sale of the coal to the public Ing By denYing the right to transfer lease except by the permseb rDI the t3vxerpmcait authorltlealt may thhold the needed consent when Is proposed to transfer the lease to persons Interested in estab- lIshlng a monopoly of coal productlo any State or neIghborhood It would be of course Jm roper me to Intimate what the result the seas as to the Cunninghamin Ie other Alaska claims 1s likely opt It ought to be distinctly understood that no private claims Alaska coal lands have all 7eE woe allowed or perfected and also whatever the result uta peed a 1 4 7 X j4 SEND YOUR BOY TO tMatheny BattsI 1t t Vanderbilt Training 2 t School L1 I ELKTON KENTUCKY A limited select schoolCol legs trained teachers Students from more than thIrty towns InJ2Z Kentucky and from six Southern t states Equipment valued at 45 Icsroundings excellent No s loon8jExtremely healthful location 3 090 spent on improvements this rumber j We take boys from 12 years of age up want your boy carefully ttrained send him to us and send him while he is young t The nineteenth year of the school opens Sept 7 +c Write for illustrated Catalogue t Address All Communications to 1 MATIIENY BATIS Principals fft f t4g claims the existing coal land of Alaska are most unsatlsfClc amenud tod 1States has much to ansr for la not tJsduttbescon n fitaexpense waste or re urces but the problem as to the prera use can and safely settled In one session Congress glens It careful attention It has been thought that the as danger of combination to obta possession of all the power sites and unite them under one control Vhatever the evidence of this lack of It at present wo have he enough experience to know that com blMUon would be profitable and ti control of a great number of power sites would enable the holders or owners to raise the price of pow will within certain sections and atItractmonopoly would not be a remote on However this may be It Is t e plain duty of the Government to It that In the utilization development of all this Imm e amount or water power conditions shall be Imposed that will prover monopoly acid will prevent extortlon charges which are the nccom- panlment of monopoly AgricultureThe Nor school oUes a pro lcnl COIU study In Elamontlllry Aignicultur- dempmrttntdon o and actual work One school nn TeaeOtera soil Daa toadnthe subJed Groat opP011lunJest offered young men who expect to r4rrJ11n1ga life work OoursoIbegins Sept 81910 sWiIIItA1deaf Hngl4ng Green Ky t Smoke Signals The traveler on the pietas la the theslgl1l11flcance aometiat 8 saw rtsing from a dls I ddtrom ItIthe slgaaltalk or the Indian- across mhos of llten lUng ground sil ttalusedIQ rallying the warrior rf i for an attack or warning them for a retreat The Indian had a any of sending the smoke up In rings or putts know Ing that such a smoke column would at once be noticed and understood as a signal and not mistaken for Heliefire with his blanket for a moment and allowing the smoke to ascend says Harpers Weekly The column or everyIndian Threesmokl6IfOne smoke merely meant Attention thisInFrequently at night the settler or crossingor perdto guessIeIndians but unless he Were an old Interranll firettreatingIfgunpoweIder puttsAntmeantndarrows The dan Iget Is great Several strops lndl powerfultforI Clian Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASiT9FiIA OLATON Lett Over From Last Week Leachhreturnedtrom tromHartUnsburg nt aevdirnl lavas thee guest OSrp1a and attended the felt spentSaturdayotMfnnd Mrs J F Allen and at tIngatiLouisVilleaynlpurehaslnplitty gootla0 r i iI sChllilrn Cry I FtEt HEI S- CASTRIA i A t I t t CROP YIELDS tl t KEEPS PACE r Increased Population Followed by Necessary Crop r 1 Increase That tho 4768883 population of tho area comprised Jn Greater New Yor as reported by the Census Bureau should have shown an increaso since 1900 of 1329081 of 334 per centa was a surprise to many people be chase of the magnitude of the i They merely confirmed however U growing testimony of the census to the fact that American city popula tion has been Increasing more rapidly than that of the country districts If tho preliminary rough estimate of 90000000 for the whole countrys population in 1910 Is similarly com pared with the 75693734 of the 1900 census the ratio of Increase there Is only 19 per cent The bearing of these figures on finance lies in the 1 question of the more rapid increase In home consumers of our agrlcul turo products as compared with the increase In producers This as every one knows has to do especially with the harvests of wheat and cotton If these yearly crops have on the average been In 4 creasing as rapidly as the Increase In homeconsumlngpopulatlon exports and prices of those products might remain the same But if the crops are not keeping pace with the growth of homo demand their exports must suffer permanently and prices foreign harvests remaining fairly con stantmust advance What have tho crops to show The largest Wheat crop over grow In America was that of 1901 and there were crops In the decade past like those of 1907 and 1908 which fell below years of the proceeding decade such as 1898 Nevertheless the average annual what yield from 1900 to 1909 Inclusive was 660000000 bushels whereas the annual average a from 1890 to 1899 inclusive was 503 30tbadly Somewhat contrary to the popular notion our cotton crops havo also increased The past seasons crop and the crop of 1903 fell well I below those of such years as 1597 and 1898 but the 13500000 bales of 1908 and 1904 were two millions each ahead dep yield tram 1900 to 1909 Inclusive was 11600000 bales the average from 11890 to 1899 inclusive 8700000 an increase of 33 per cent r But if production has kept up so good a relative pace to population why the high wheat and cotton prices + bet diminished exports and the talk ofiscarcity There are two answers Ono isftfUut these phenomena occur in the occasional years when a crop runs short and are not heard of when a bumper harvest follows The other Is that In the very prosperous decade just behind us the average in dividual consumed sore grain and bought more clothing than in tho note soprosperous decade of the late- rnlnetlesNew York Evening Post 4 How Good News Spreads I am 70 years old and travel most of the time writes B F Tolson of Ellzabethtown Ky Everywhere I go I recommend Electric Bitters be cause I owe my excellent health and vitality to them They effect a cure every time They never fall to tone the stomach regulatee tho kidneys and bowels stimulate the liver invigorate the nerves and purify the blood They work wonders for weak rundown men and women restoring I strength vigor and helUi thats a Staiall druggists m Tobacco in Our NonContiguous Territory I Figures of tiie Commerce in tobacco with the United States and Its non contiguous territory during the last fiscal year have been made public by the Department of Commerce and Labor It shows that from the Philip pines the United States Imported a total of 1677606 worth of all kinds of tobacco including the following free of duty leaf suitable for cigar wrappers 1436 other leaf 843 cl i 0 garb t cigarettes and cheroots 1665 760 other 32The following amounts paid duty Leaf tobacco 1 cigars etc 118J4 During the fiscal year l909the Imports from the Is Bdewore valued at 2866 all dutiable being before the tariff act which gays free trade and the ma itfJjorJ of which will of cigam valued atr2863tbeoU1et quantitiea being 1 of leaf for wrappcrflr l2S of other lear fed t3 of other ala aufactured iobacco 711tt f Vvbprtif the cart flecat year the h iv- w i United Statea exported 39478 worth of leaf and 152389 of manufactured tobacco to tho Islands as compared with 974 of teal and 147807 of than ufactured tobacco In 190lj From Porto Rico theJJnlted States Imported 1254655 of leaf sad 4 497897 of manufactured tobacco ing the last fiscal year as coinpar with 469032 of leaf and 37103 0 of manufactured in 1909 To Por Rico tho United States in 1910 ex ported 325078 of leaf and 27076 of manufactured tobacco as compared 0kt manufactured in 1909 Tho Hawaiian figures shows We during the last fiscal year the Unit States export d 659661 worth of smanufactured tobacco to that elan 9as against 606830 worth the year before and imported from Hawaii 15 644 of leaf and 6939 of manufactur ed as against 4214 of leaf and 47 of manufactured In 1909 Alaska exported 20 worth of leaf and 10171 of manufactured tobac co to this country in 1910 as against 690 of leaf and 7668 of manufactured tho year before To Alaska tho United States exported 6659 of leaf and 624926 of manufactured in 1910 as against 255 of leaf and 053968 of manufactured tho year before Last year the United Status ex ported 30074 of loaf and 111819 of manufactured tobacco to Panama as compared with 35599 of leaf an 119601 of manufactured in 1909 CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thenISignature of ut nButter and Butter Substitutes The groat majority of people eat butter and much prefer It to any of tho substitutes which have been put upon the market However a great many people must use a substitute on account of the high prices which prevail during certain months of the year Olleomargarlno Is the most common substitute for butter tend millions ti pounds of this product are consumed each year The difference In cost of production between ollemargnrlno and butter is so great that when butter Is retailed at forty cents per pound olleomargarlne may bo retailed at twenty cents per pound at as great a profit to tho dealer Tho person who chooses to pur chase the substitute should bo allow ed to de so and ho should be requir ed to pay only the price of the sub stitute The difference in price between tho genuine product and the substitute is to great that dealers are tempted to sell the later for the former Only by requiring that the consumers may differentiate between tho two articles can honest traffic in the substitute bo Insure This was contemplated by Congress when tho present Internal revenue tax of ten cents per pound was levi ed upon artificially colored oleomargarine Many people think that all oleomargarine which Is artificially colored so that the consumer can not distinguish It from butter is the only olleomargarlne that Is thus tax od onefourth of one cent per pound- It is only when the porduct is made to look like butter so that It may be fraudulently sold as butter that a burdensome tax Is Imposed upon It Tho imposition of the tax is not io suppress tho salo of oleomar garine or to make It more expensive to tho consumer but to prevent fraud in Its sale TilE NATIONAL DAIRY UNJON E K SLATER Sec St Paul Minn QilCi SLaUrippeMedicineG- uaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrippe in 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia in 30 minutes At druggist or by mailI JC Mendenhall Medicine Co Eviosvtiieini The Happiest ManITho happiest man in the world is the one who is conctous of giving to his follows tho best service Those who are socking happiness through travel or hunting and fishing or throughany of the avenues 9 offered for recreation and enjoyment are not succeeding unless they are at the same time conscious of a deserved rest and change from work that liaa c been faithfully performed for the 1 good of some one What makes life worth living is its opportunltyWith- the ability to serve In some userulE occupation Travel and vacation are enjoyable to those only who have worked and serve We may all Jiave the real enJoy- ment of We1tw8 will seek an employment that jrtli benefit others The oosacioasaees of being uaeful and serviceable la what glrea satisfaction aad pieMreto life Taoswho are active ara bipiett BRIDGE PROSPECTS LOOKS GOOD Right of Way Sought In Owens Rockedfport 1Tho following Is from the Rockport DemocratInterest In the UockportOwens boro bridge for the building of which 1the Owensboro and Rockport and Terminal company is incorporat 1ed with A II Kennedy as president Is taking on renewed Interest T H Hazelrlgg who has been working in the interest of the undertaking F 8In the city and appeared before ell a city council with Mr Kennedy Wednesday evening and asked for a fran these through certain streets in th city for the building of the leading to tho bridge Tho franchise ordinance as prepared by Mrr Haze rigs asps for a right of way through Ninth srteet from north to south tho entire length of the street and also through Madison running cast an west the entire length of that street The matter went over until Friday evening when the city council wit thd ordinanceThe appeared before the Owensboro city council Tuesday even Ing and asked for a franchise along the river front from the west to the east side of the city The Owens boro council wllll consider it further next Monday evening Construction work must begin within one year at ter the time the franchise Is passed otherwise the rights of tho comjmny under the proposed ordinance become void The best information we arable e to gather Is the prospect for the bridge seems to be brighter than at any time heretofore a Teackers Wanted The demand for teachers who hav been trained In the Western Normal Is greater than the supply The Fall Session September 6th BowlfIng Green Ky for Information rel ative to free tuition A Few Facts About Music Who does not know the softening power of Music especially the music of the human voice It Is like the Angel whispering of kind words in tho hour of trouble Who can be angry when the voice of love speaks In song Who hears the harsh voice of selfishness and the bru talizing passion when music gathers up her pearly lovenote to ealutothe ear with a stray song of paradise Sing to the sick man Sing to the Idsconsolatc sing to the sufferer sIngI to the old and sing to the children for music will Inspire tbemiaJI Tho human voice is the most per feet musical instrument evermndei and well It might be for It had the most skillful maker The voice should be cultivated toI sing the tones of love to a man andI to God Around the fireside In thoj social circle It should sing tile UlceI of love and at the alter of God it should your forth melodious praise How sweet does It make the worship of God to have the reverent emotions poured out In song How JulyI should children be taught to sing for what Is sweeter than the songs of Innocent childhood so refining so refreshing so suggestive of HEAV EN Music sweetens the cup of bit terness softens tho hand of want Lightens tho burden of life makes the heart courageous and the soul cheerfully devout into the soul of childhood and youth it pours n tide of redeeming Influence Its first and direct effect is to mentallze the musical performer not to give him knowledge nor more wisdom in tho prln J clpal business affairs of life but to his mental being to activity to awaken strong emotion to movo among the powers within as a corn eloctrlfler touching hero with tenderness there with energy now with holy aspiration and nowlth tho Inspiring thrill of beauty It breathes like a miracle of Inspiration through tho soul to elevate refine andspirit ualize No lethergy can exist In tho soul that is pouring forth a lido of musical numbers Ira very recessesl are all astir Everything ins active the perceptions acute iffections warm the normal liens ties quick and sensitive When we think how much the world wants awakening we can think of no power greater than that which dwells In the mysterious melodies of music Lot everybody become musicians and surely they would become LIVING souls Besides music being powerful only versal the voice of love and tho type of infinite It la venerable tor its age u It la the voice of Gods love We luunr U i but1 it ie ccoexisting with his being It Is reasonable to sUpposo that Its swelling numbers have rolled and made heavens vocal with its strains of praise since creation dawned But tho first account of It on record was at tile laying of the foundation of the earth when tho Morning starts delighted with tho promise of a new plant sang together and all the earth was made glad Its rocky spires thrown up ItS forest harps strung Its ocean or cans tuned it raised Its everlast lag anthem to swell the chorus of the skies Every song soothes and uplifts It Is tho just possible that at times prayertcognized in scripture Is akin to a petition which It Is also In the spirit of thanksgiving That Sweets singer of Israel wedded his slnccr est prayers to melody and wafted them upward on the night air from his throbbing heart In the soul that bydplace where It may murmur its sweet est chords Music is healthful there is no better cure for bad humor and no medicine more pleasant to take Wed cannot join those who lament that tho piano Is heard where onco the monotone of the spinning wheel and 1Clio click of the shuttle whore the only Instrumental performance His a matter of rejoicing rather than must cles of iron and fingers of steel driven by the tireless elements now perform the laborous work of cloth manufacture anti luclous fruits ore to tho taste Who regrets that for rests have been cleared the walls and fences built the grain crops made sufficiently easy of cultivation to al low the addition of the fruit yard and garden for the enjoyment of the cultivator One of the greatest at tractions for the old and young when visiting our cities is the music that we may hoar there Why should tho farmers household not be as cheer ful and full of pleasure as that of tho merchant or the professional man andeheart warming than to hear a nice instrumental piece or song sung by a musician or anyone No family ran afford to do wlth out music It Is a good luxury and sorIrowSo everybody get busy and learn music If they want something that will stay with them Music will fill the desolate homes with pleas ure Wo need it In felt homes and in the churches HARRIETT S SANDERFtR Instrmental and Vocal Music teach er BEAVER DAM yI PRE TIS Left Over From Last Week Sept 6Roy A B Gardner filled his regular appointment at Slaty Crook last Saturday and Sunday Several at this place attended the picnic at Central City last Monady I The protracted meeting will begin at Providence next Second Sunday It will be conducted by our pastor Rev Bob Bennett and we are also expect ing Bro Mell of Beaver Dam to as- sIst him Everybody will be welcome and kindly invited to attend Rope havo large crowds and a good meet ing at old Providence once more You had better come for you may j wish you had Are expecting some able sermons by our assistant preach Rev Mell I Mr Shart Burgess and wife of Beaver Dam were the guest of Mr J R Burgess and family last Monday t Mrs Mettle Nunnk of this place is visiting in Beaver Dam this week QUICKSCOUGtI Quickest and best for coughs GUARANTEED Sold by druggists Made by C Hendenhall Medicine CoEviuvicrai Real Estate 50 Acres of the finest Rough river bottom land located three miles west of Hartford About 20 acres in cultivation Good dwelling and out build- Ings A bargain for 1250 We have 460 acres of tine bottom- land from ono and a half to two miles of Hartford part of it with timber Also about 75 acres of up belonging to the same tract ltorrnsI180 Acres of land two miles south of Ros neon a free delivery route out of Beaver Dam 30 acres bottom land about 20 acres timber land and the rest of it fairly good upland Five room frame two story house two barns and good tenant house Splendid orchard never failing well in yard and hone lot and spring in easy reach of the house In good repair Must be sold and will be l a bargain Apply to BARNETISM1TH I q Hartford Ky liiliiii 1 1 I For and I sample Latest Model Rancor bicycle turn shed us Our anent enrJ1lbctc ate malngmoneytut WrittSir full tartievtart and tticial at tntt allow TIN UAY8 FUKK TRIAL during which time you may ride the bicycle and t FACTORY furnish the highut gnu bicycles it is possible to nuke small profit above actuallaclOry cost You save ie to fit middlemen i by buying direct of ns and have the manufaeturer n r ante behind your bicycle DO NOT IIUY a bicycle e a pair nl tires from mrfmt when you receive our beautiful catalogue ant any are 00 rt cost BICYCLE IIKAIKUH OU can sell our bicycles under your own tame plate ay our prices Orders filled the day received 1IFUU DANU lll1LF we QO not regularly handle second hand bicycles bur COASTER BRAKES alDllo Importctl roller chain re uequipment of all kinds at kaf tiu usual retail s 5 o OINYROD 77re regular retail prrtollherelrrts u UJ0 trrfair bat to introduce u t will u1170va sam lt a r SIEO ullwilhordrrf55 NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tacks or Glass will not let the- Ir out pairs cold last year Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use i UITSOJMJ J7OWMadeiiinll It ndeasyridingverydurableandlinedinddewilh a CASTORIA Infants Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the4sSignaturef offt In- Use For Over Thirty Ye- arscrap wiI rOYfgNANTEDA Wtthipto14keepPRICESWe JarlarpricestvtxdrrfUjffwStvei outpromptlyruecarte HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF SELFHEALING TIRES ONLYPAIR 18 1wroanewhichcloseanpsmall Punctureawithoutallowcote thick rahber tnr 0tSedcustornersttatingthatthelrtireshaveonlpbeenpumpedbole TI1sInby several layers of thin specially prepared fabric on themakSOJIT nnr KLASTIO cad IUUINGadvertllnItPurposthe rider of only J48o per pair All shipped same day letter is received We ship C d D Oft repreIedWe flLfnot satisfactory on examination We are perfectly reliable and money sent to UA is as safe aa tst st bank you order a pair of these tires you will find that they ride easier run faster wear better last longer and look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any price We orderWetf YOU NEED RrSdont buy any kind at any price until you send for a patrol Puncturerroof tires on approval and trial at wltkhdescribesnn mtmr WAtr but write us a postal today 1JO NOl THINK OK BUYING a bicycle wondufWoftenJ L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL = T ass BY PURCH SlBG Save 75IIDUE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only f2 5 The regular price is loo Those who bring T mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and t ing ui where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of f25 Books and stationery are included No time limit If nut read now buy ouo future use Y BUSINESS COLLEGES- econd and WUnut 5tr Mt LOUISVILLE KY t 4ttiY tl 6 r ti I 1 I r- a t f i Hartford Republican Bateeed aceordlDg to law at tile Potonie- aHartfordy earn 1 matwr of tile eecoad eleeec BARNETT EDITOR TSL PIi02TIeal- 77Th o b 1dM hEUM IZ nO T SEPTEMBER lti o = REPUBLICAN TICKET For Judge Court of Appeals JUDGE J IEEE 1EIIN- a For Congress ti DR D W CADDIE The south needs protection and needs It worse than any other seCtion of the country Every Democratic statesman Is a protectionist for hIs district and a reformer for the other fellow It Is rtcor4ed that even ChrIst sat down to at with sInners and was not afraId of the crIticisms whIch followed Insurgent La Joollette voted agaInst reducing the tarIff on paper because paper Is made In WisconsIn He was no doubt wllllng and ready to vote to reduce the tariff on the product of some other state Just now all the Democratic poll tlc1ans bIg little old and young are taking notice of one John Whallen the LouIsville boss seems to be In a posItion to domInate to some extent Kentucky Democratic politics It Is not customary to announce the fact from mountain tops when you hunt thieves and grafters Whenever a man makes a display of hIs Inten tions It Is prttty sure sIgn that lie has other motives In view than the catching of crIminals When a wllde ed man with a doublebarrel shot gun In his hands rushes pell men through the streets flourishing the gun and announcing that ho Is going to shoot some their honest men as well as thieves take shelter even though the gun may IJe empty and perfectly harmless The high cost of living Is bother- Ing free trade as well as protection countries The tariff Is not the guilty dog We should expend a little time knocking out the monopolies and trusts hut It wont do to kIll the goose that laid the golden egg In an attempt to change a condition which would exist just the same after the death of the goose The Insurgents and Democrats have been making a loud cackle about the- Wootton schedule In 1896 ten bushels of wheat would buy 97 yards of cot ton flannel two and onefourth yards to the hound In 19tO ten bushels of whMt will pay for 131 yards of the ne goods Cant the farmer stand for the difference of 34 yards In his favor this year as against 1896 or does be want the 8000000 farmers ito go hack to the leland days last week expresident Rooseevelt caused It to he announced far and wide that lie had declined to eat It a banquet given by the ChlcagoHamllto Club unless one of Its members Sen ator Lorimer who Is accused of hay Jug obtained a seat In the United Senate through bribery was denied admission to the banquet We dont know whether any votes Were ever purchased In any of Mr Roosevelta racES for office or not We have an idea however and while we are opposed to the use of money for the purclutso of votes In elections we can sea lie very great difference In the Purchase of an individual voter than Jn the purchase of a member of the jrgtslature The man who benefits through the one means Is as guilty s the one who benefits tlllough the lather A genuine effort should be made l Republicans of Kentucky to clear thtJr County and State committees of appolnthe office bolders This was bee Of Mr Roosevelts hobbles when lie WaS president and he enforced It M1ehst in same directions While Wo 41e 2IOt believe that the mere fact a man hOlds as appointive office dIa as evldonce ot his inability ti per ibrm duHoe Incident to committee 1elt yat It Is odious to many eltl 4s to have an official Who should fe of all the people de ltsernnt belongs totbim tr which he Is paid to the in- teiilrtaof OIiopolitioal party 111111 earn iIeat those whorepreeesNaa IJIItejbWCe I qdalzaUdp ra rpuDS tM fllllsgorc- atflfe 7 federal or att0f- tata1sjurea and baadlca jiJf ti- nIi 4h x = at 3 ty so doing In its efforts before the people j rr TWO OF THE SAMEMIND Tuesday Evenlngsowensboro Inquii er which does not reach Hartford un til early Wednesday morning contained tile following editorial A 50000000 ship subsidy grab and a central government oonk are tWo good bets In the event of the next house of representatives retaining Its present Republican majority It the house t8 Democratic Jt Is an equally good bet that special privilege will be die alpolnted on both propositions The Hartford lierald is printed each Tuesday evening contained the following editorial A rlvemliliondollar ship subsidy grab and a central Goycramcnt bank are two good bets In the event of the next House of Representa tives retaining Its preSent Republican majority If the house Is Democratic 1f is lit equally good bet that spedttl privilege will be dittappblilth- ed on both propositonL Now It was Impossible for the edi tor of the Inquirer to have the advantage of a copy of the Hartford Herald for the reason that It had not gone to press when the Inquirer was printed It was Impossible for the editor of the Hartford Herald to know what the Inquirer would contain because It had not yet reached Hartford and unless the editor of th Inquirer or someone for him tele phoned the above editorial to the Her ald editor we have the most remarkable occurrence Here are two men thirty miles apart whose minds are running so nearly In the same channel that they actually write an editorial containing the same Iden tJml thing same thought and same words We are at a loss to account for this condition except on the the ory of mental telepathy WHAT WOULD DEMOCRATS DO The Waslllngton correspondent of the Louisville CourierJournal in lass Sundays edition quotes from an In terview with Judge Alton B Parker former Democratic presidential candidate the following What sort of a tariff measure will the Democrats most likely present he was asked That ISil difficult question for any man to answer There are many minds some favoring revision sonic tariff for revenUe only and sonic absolute free trade No man could tell In advance what would be the out come Here we have It In a nut shell After all of the abuse and criticism which has been heaped upon the new tariff law by our Democratic friends It Is admitted by no less au thortty than Judge Parker that the Democrats are of many niindsand that their position on the tariff runs all the way from the bottom free trade to the top round of the highest 11IOte- ctlon This was proven by the late special session of Congress during which the Democratic delegation from Virginia wanted to increase the tar Iff on peanuts four hundred her cent and everybody knows how our own Kentucky Democratic delegation gal lantly worked for A tariff on hemp and other Kentucky products while the Louisiana senators and represen tatives stood by sugar and rice and the late senator McEnry even voted for the final passage ot the law Nothing can came of Democratic control In Congress except still great er uncertainty business depression Idle factories and consequent Idle men and hungry women and childrenI and while hunger will not penetrate I to the farmers home It will mean a reduction ou the selling price of I everythIng he produces because of the lack of a ready homo market made by well paid and constantly busy em ployes In tine manufactories of our country Will Not Consent to Free Raw The Texas Democrats In convention assembled have not only endorsed Bailey as their Presidential candidate but l1tJ more to the purposee theY have larod In their platform against the doctrine of free raw materials i This means that when It comes tothe drafting ota Tariff bill provided the Democrats carry the ext House the sixteen Democratic Congressmen from Texas will have some thing to say about It and will not consent to free raw Taunton Mass HeraldNews ARNOLD Sept 112Health inthlacoinmunltr- Ja gooda t this wrldng A reTY11 meeting is being con ductod tMt Liberty church by Rays P W Pharis and Arflwr Xeeeinger Tobacco cutting is preigreaalnng nicely titqquality is betterttian last suaetl Mr Jane Oqok 11tec1 at Xr ItI- ePt 7a til y n t Allen Coy ties i bo erI 1s- I4 ur midstt r I I L COUNCIL GRANTS FRANCHISE t For Railroad on the River Front at OwensbQro Ordinance is Changed Making Life of Franchise 5O In stead of 30 Years rhe Owensboro Messenger says An ordinance was placed on its djournIedceive its final passage at a called I meeting to be held at 100c1oc1 this morning giving the Owensboro and Roclport Bridge and TerJ11InI COUl pany a franchise for the construction and operation for a perio1 of 0- earsl QC R railroad wi Oho1icr front ot Owensboro The ordlnancd WitS passed by a vote of nIne othecoun- cilmen Messrs Burch an Rlchardd cllmen Messrs Burch and Richardson being excused front voting on ac conllt of their being stockholders In the company and Ml Deluser being absent from the meeting The tight of way for thupropOSed line given by the city to the Company will allow the construction of the line within to feet north of 80 feet I measured southward from the crest of the slope of bank of the Ohio river and provides that all the construction shall be on the city street levels After much discussion the company on motion of Mr MlIler was a 50 year franchise instead oC- a zoar one Another thing that causeda long discussion was the provision that all the oiler common carriers should have the right to use the line of the new company and to deliver to the new company any cars for delivery upon such terms and conditions as may be reasonable and just Mr- Hazelrlgg asked the council to necIcssltatednot In turn demand of them and because It would therefore be a great disadvantage I The matter after much discussion I was changed so that Instead of Ilslng the clause on such terms and conditions i as may be reasonable and just It provided that the frelghtmd In terchange of line service ou reciprocal terms and conditions leaving the proposition open to the railroad companies to adjust between them selves If the road becomes a reality Mr Hazelrlgg Dr D M Griffin Mr Ceo If Cox and Prof Kennady- of Rockport President of the road each made a talk In behalf of the passage of the ordInance with the changes that they had recommended The Mayor announced that a spec Ial meeting of the council ould behold at 10 oclock this mot ning for the placing of the ordnance on its fi nal passage The ordinance provides that work on the line shall be started within year frqm date of the passage of the ordinance and that the work shan be completed within three years Kentucky Conference M E Church The Kentucky annual conference of the Methodist Episcopal church was being held at Pttidtsvllle Ky last week being presided over hy Bishop Warren The next session of the conference will be held at Newport The sessions were well attended and reports all showed progress in the work during the year Rev Richard P Harper was returned to BeaVer Dam and Rev W H Craio to Not Creek In this county Thb following Is a list of appointments farRtheLauls vine dletrlct- Lonisvtil iistrictF L Crregeh die trict superlhtendent Arlington I H- Reade Beaver Dam Richard p Ilai- Ier Bowling Greet Benjamin Helm Bowling Gyeen circuit R W Hutch Inson DeerJick John RIch Dexter rrUngtonDHayes HardtnsburgE J Shepherd Hickory Grove and Paducah 0 W Dame Loltehfleld C It Hunt Louisville TrlnltY C B Patterson and q- I Oliver Louisville Wesley C A Fellows Marlon circuit R OBrJen Morgantown A D Jtobinson Mum tordvihe C R Davidson No Creek W H Crain Onton Eli WefileYOw- ensboro J M Davis Patton Crook T M Anderson Sacramento N G Grizzle Scottsvllle J N Horn Pine Grove circuit J H trmbry Zion s B Wardltf Mule Colt Show On Saturday Sept 17th 1910 at the Fair Ground Hartford Ky we will hold our nnnulIl Mule Colt Show A nlnrejmuleIng mule colt elretl by our Jack are requested to bring them to this show alsu bring your mules of all ages as there will be some mule buyers on hads and this will give every one a hnce to dispose of mules If they wlrII to do so 7W BLACK BiRKIIEAD + a Arguments which Destroy Each Other The Democratic lenders and news papers tell the consumer and laborer that the Tariff Is responsible for the high cost of living In the same breath they ten the farmer that his prices are regulated by the laws of supply and demand It seems that the two arguments used destroy each other The Tariff keeps out foreign made goods thus Protecting the home laborer and giving him work at good wages which enables him to pay good prices to the far ner for what he produces Marion Va News SUIImINTEN iit LEACH ox ANNUAL VISITATION Our worthy Superintendent Henry Leach began the annual visitation of the public schools In Ohio county Tuesday afternoon It v1l1 take him about two months to complete this work Mr Leach has a small ledger made out In skeleton form designed to get a complete history of the school and buildings which when all the visitations have been made will he tiled away for future reference F COOL SPRINGS Sept 14 Several from here at tended the picnic near Rochester Saturday All report a pleasant day Mr and Mrs George McMellon of Prentlsand Mrs Fannie NUll were the suer of Mr O E Scott Sun day hitss Argent Shultz spent Thurs day night with Mrs Hallie Elliott Mr Hines of Missouri Is risiting relatives In this community Mrs Llno Cox and children vie too Mrs Nora Fulton Saturday Mrs Mattie Whalin and little daughter Mollie Francis and Mrs Ag nes Tate visited Miss Maude Jarna gin at prenUs Sunday Several of the school children have whooping cough Mrs Emma Barnes of Shultztown and Mrs Neal spent Tuesday with Mrs Scott Mrs Mote Miller and children of the Little Bend arc the gueelts of Ids brother Mr Arthur Miller this weeks Mr and Mrs Riley Hoskins and H L Idoskins and family of Mercer Mines vlsltM relatives here Satur day night 20 POUNDS OF BUTTER Value of 20 Pounds of Dairy Butter in March1910 and ln March 1896 When Measured by the Wholesale Prices of the Following StAple Articles oOcArtiele UIt 1011 Lerch 4ielrb I hrRiceHalt Amerleaa OMIInrtlM 7 td dalarOraDulawdMMM M POUIIO s Ut T1rmoaIIDPoaDdM Ie t Aa I 1r IDMMya 1- 1eottonaaune1243rsrdtothepouad M tad O lit J ap eheetdeiTrIelleaUapOrow4141ppereU 4l YM A liD i j shlrtlnp of the xOOMTrdeI It 6- Aber teenvlel kidOoodyi rwIt MMMM a a a2 VI Dltlac C fIled daKaaal J2 oatlMMMMTarcltoM 4 ItCoalStamIDbuOoIltMCmtPetrolwn Bead 1609 w w r MMOalloa 55 rBarbed wi OalTall6 lM Mtda 1t7 I Nl1inrlreel4tIrtpu i IP000p a 2t- BrlekComeoadomelle MMBrl g Ie s f22 y tJJlatJ IMM rx N atrwC ICplllMooo tn MM 1 1 MMMMHt II 4 till N alibiOIisj1I J e ha1IriIalaldEIM II 7 h rt G t t I NIA A A A A A 00ii1 r t I 1i rII fa 11 I N Iev 1 0 t rjt f- it1aaM it IJ I f f IAa St0 e I i r I Notice to the people of Hartford andthe surrounding country that we wIll be open and ready for busl= i 1 nessSaioray Sept 11th 1910 Withan uptodate line of Mer- chandiset consisting qf Dry Goods Jr Clothing Shoes Hats Ladles and Mens Furnishing Goods Also an 4uptodate line of Ladies ready to wear Skirts Suits Waists- Etcj It will pay you to wait andsee f our stock before buying your fall and winter goods so dont forget they place We will save you money on every article you need in our line It we want is for you to call and jAil our line Prices will sure sur i you and quality of goods the very bet We guarantee every artitcle in our store and if not suited- witha purchase your money refunded WIthout any question So dont forget the date and place THE NE tMAIN Hartford Ky HARTFORD HOUSE BUILDING I tt Saleslady wanted at New York Store Apply at once t HERBERT Sept 13MrsJ W Ford Is very sick Her death Is expected at any time Miss Carrie Ewlll Is sick Mr Oscar Rice and family moved to Guston Ky to day Mrs Irvin head and Mss Ethel head of Owensboro are at the bed side of Mrs Ellen Ford Mr Charlie Taylor and wife will move Into Mr Wm Fords residence this week I Thefnfant of Mr John Swope Is very m Mrs Elizabeth Douthett of Syn thia lsvlsttiagMrsSaltie Floyd Miss hty UDurdett spent Satur day nig t tthAs DOra Helm In PellvilieMr be Burdett is opening P8c- oalbtiik enhts farn- iMtehttajRogers Is teaching a line schoolltpretlJtore thane fifty punk- senrolledLnaagreat many more to atAlt t1ThenJike lbblioiTo 1lti the bou3e ul t t NilVlFriday at HefjisElul Mlee Jose plea if b m accompany them homet i Y r StoutfiiieVl genetAkilii 1 r fflJ I 8 1 i litrIrLPJiilfp i +ir Wd Ivery sick for the last six weeks Is slowly Improving Mr and Mrs Robert M MillerMr and Mrs Dudley Haynes spent Mon 4 day with Mr Oscar Rice and family Mr and Mrs R M Miller were the guests of Mr and Mrs William Holland of WhltcsvUle Wednesday Mr Charles W Phillips who has 4terr Ohio Valley Exposition cincinnati Ohio Fr this occasion tho L N will sell tlcketifrom Hart ford dates of sale h to Sept 24th at the following ratest Tickets limIted to ten days ftom date of sate 680 Tickets limited to reach original starting Doiatt not latex than midnight Sept2hth j89 H E11411SGHK Agt SOLDIERS INJURED 1NN 114 a ra ltAIN WRECK MONDAY Tnf 11ine lnemberaoflt9le First Reiim it KeutuckyNstloaali0uard and Lleut Yn Winkle ortthe Sec S4 I IpditlnapolieMonday thetrooptamp at Fort Benjaaila Harrison Winklet ht betevediietir11 rTl1 jI ta tbellirerlka a nlailtYT tUIt ii1 117 efrll =n aengle w toi1jated II tfi t t eltAtrttlydtk6yalreri Ii r 1tf11blkltc + Ii1L Pt- r I 7- n RT n it Fall ArtivaltSii f 1 A Our splendidnewr 4 i stock of FALL MER- r t CHANDISE is now 1 daily arriving and fo- R say iht the stylare splendid andsnappy is but putting itmildly I The very latest in Silks 4 Dress Goods Milli nery Men S Furnish o ings etc will he found in our BIG STOCK Watch for our I I announcement later when a more detailed I accoupt ofour various lines of new mer chandise will be given Dont forget that it pays to trade with the house that saves you money 0 t Hartfo1rd+ Republican JFRIDAY SEPTEMBER 16 1111 nolsCentral Rail road TI me Table At Beaver Dam Ky Nethsound 80nlh Bond Nolalde400omi No1fdue lSnm 1 Nolfrdue1t28pm Noleldot48pm 16103dne448pu No IIJ doe SGI fl mI III IL Ie E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Trains pass Hartford at the CoUow- Jnc times NORTHBOUND 112729 a m Passenger Daily 114340 p m Mixed Dalley except SundaySOUTH BOUND 116920 Q m Mixed Dally except Sunday 113146 p m Passenger Dally L Pure Paris Green 30c per pound 10Ib lots 28c Hartford Grocery Co Editor C M Barnett left Wednes day at noon to attend the State Fair at Louisville Economy Fruit JarsSee samples canned In our wIndow Hartford Grocery Co Mr and Mrs Wesley Stevens Sulphur Springs were among our call ers WedneSday Mr and Mrs E A Smith and son Red Bay Alabama aretho guests of relatives inthe county Mr andMLaB F Iener Crom swell were the guests or their daugh- I ter MisR H Martin the firSt of the week r r sMrL R HTpysor and cbfldren of Wysox are the guests Qt trsraP larL parents dr and Mrs J C- Jokes city lfPs7 T Badt1 augh r ter Lucllle CentertOwn were the guetb ot Mrs narnard slsterD- irsV3 T ylor rieadaynlght lr hid AlfOrd and80riLee ot Whitlun ere the guests ot M- rr I rj sister MrB J t Davldson P ot Jiirord Sunday and Monday sy 11l theetTIie tclerk therIt t i + ae reek tor ttw- yv ys viitit1erpMalatFI Eb M Daly Vr ih l4 iJoyv u- C fP I 4 I I FOR SALEone house and lot In- Beaver Darn and tarni containing 45 acres onehalt mile west of Beaver Dam MRS C L WOODWARD Cit4 Beaver Dam Ky Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delvery Agent for Madisonville- Sttam Laundry Madisonville Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tt Messrs H Ginsberg and J D Reed ot Louisville have moved tot Hartford and taken a room at Mrs Hubbards They will run the Now York store on Main street which will open out for buainess next Sat urdayIMr Vlck Robertson ot Brecken ridge county bought a few choice mules In Hartford Monday Among those purchased were a pair from Mr C H Drown 410 a pair from G Faught 318 and one from C A Foster 148 The regular toe Sunday I School Union of Ohio County Dapt tlsts will be held with Slaty Creek e church Prents Ky Sunday Sepr tember 2i 191tJ 930 a m to 330 p m Each church and school In the association expected to send mesE sengers Annual election ot oCflcersc Mr Earl Turner died at his res Idenco near HJlnot typhoid fever at Ci oclock p last Sunday After funeral services conducted by Rev J A Bennett his remains were Interred In the Pleasant Hill church burying grounds The deceased who t was 26 years old leaves a wife and one child J T r 0IIr Severed Toe But Did Not Cut Shoe FrankfortkICy ept13Walter Boucher the tonUyfarpldsoa ot Mel yin Boucher a rrellknown resident otthoSQuth J 4e spftered the Ions ot a toe oa iu rlgtft t lan un Is usual tqeTtte epeawns sere edbi a blow from ant x yet the- 5hoeaworprprbmd l OTSwa 8 not cut- orebrokea fpa Wtt the sharp Uitrup1e C M 1t + Younta her Pf hll wltJi severalI boys about hisown Uftantl put hie 9koa A piecegot wood to tBtruCkill Yit He felt a- stigtag seiieeatloa i J toot He L re7BoYYdiio rV1uio cae a4IJ t l iJ CHi J u f SMALLHOUS SepL 14Mr Derry Brown an I Miss Ersrl Adilfngton eloped to In diana Friday and Were marriedThe returned to the home ot the bride where a nice dinner was prepared fo them Sunday Their many frrends wish them a song and hRIy life Mr and Mrs JQnnloEerly ot- 11Iatanzas Were the guests ot theirI aunt Mrs Mattie Reid Sunday Mrs C O Hunter of Hartford and little son Thomas Taylor are tho guests of Mesdames Jennie Ross and J C Drake Mr and Mrs Orville Bennett left Monday for Oklahoma to reside In the future Mrs J C Bennett visited friends In Hartford from Saturday until Monday Mr Ed Hunter went to Russellvlllo Monday Mr and Mrs S W DlIlIro and sons of near Matanzas were the guests ot Mr and firs Alonzo Franco Sunday Mr and Mrs Fred Boone and three children Ethel Owen and Gerto were the guests of Irand Mrs It E Eudally Sunday Mrs Alford Pierce and sons Mar lon and Opal of Polsevhle Ind left for their home Friday from a visit to her sister Mrs Jlag Faught Mr Jim Calloway of Ceutertown was the guest of Mr and Mrs Alva SundayISunday with Mr and Mrs J C HIll near South Carrollton Dr J L Smith Centertown was called to see Mrs Joe Bullock yes terday who Is quite ill at her home near here Messrs Tom and Bob Godsey have returned from the bedside ot theIr sister Mrs Jane Eskridge who Is dangerously ill at her home In Breckinridge county Mrs C O Hunter and little son will return to Hartford today Mr Leslie Boswell of Muhlenburg county was In our midst Sunday Mr Bob Matthews ot near Ceral vo was In Our midst Sunday Miss Kate Matthews returned to her home near Ceralvo Sunday from u visit to her slsterr Mrs W E Ful kerson and cousin Miss Eva Faught She took her little niEce Deulah May Fulkerson home with her for a visit Mack DusleU Moorman was the guest of Noah Withrow Monday Dr M D Maddox returned to Lou Isllle Sunday after an extended visit to his parents here r1OLATON Sept 18alter Patterson and Er nest Young left Friday for Kansas Mr Palmer Lloyd has returned from Arkansas Mr Dowden Estes was In Dundee on business Friday Mrs Amanda Ezell and daughter Miss Gladys loft Tuesday for Arkansas where they will male their home Mr Ernest Wilson has returned to Louisville after spending several days he lest of his family Mr Leslie White was In Hartford on business Monday Prof Admiral P Dockery entertain ed a large crowd of Olaton people with his show at the schoolhousf Mon day night Mr Sam H Payton was here recently from Crofton KY the guest ot his mother Mrs Jane Payton e Hartford College Notes This term Is well nigh two weeks old yet the teachers cry all In spirits being thus influenced by splendid way In which the Inter sted Patrons manifested their high for their educational institution This Is certainly commendable In all patrons who have children to educate and to prepare for the dotes this life and the hIgher duties or the life beyond We certnrlnly hOPe the Interest and zeal ut our patrons and lovers ot true education may grog and Increase as time rolls on We were entertained on the morning ot our opening by good and prac- ical talks reading and PnsYer from Prot Brown Hop J 8 Glenn Mrs S Glenn Dros Druner and Elgin Proto Morton We hope to have aU these splendid people with us again Proto H H1rot4 Is fast proving himself to be a splendldcare fun and painstaking manager of the student body ot the Hartford Ca1 1egei Miss Winona Stevens though young up with ler work and IS giving good service la her department The teachers are an la earnest andt have Itlu inked to give their eu ergtes to the jabrk ottljs schools JMODelortlept and praktlcalEddress Wear t looking forxar to next Mon dada nraing SbPt 19tp when WO sha bedeUghf d with Bro Elgins epfeto id addigsiE We hope 1e shall pattensth + luli14 ire tLth down t4- taeiry11 r 1iaa fyect sea ree suits No pupils are coming 1 almost dally Up to thiswriting w e have enrolled tn the departments as- i follows 49I4r4s3 o Primary 4 TotalWe 211 the patrons and all lov ers ot education to be present with us on the following dates to enjoy these exercises Wednesday m 830 Septem ber 21st Miss Hattie Moseley and her class Monday morning 830 September 26th Bro Jp Tuck will address us Wednesday morning 830 Septem ber28th lIon CM Crowe will alf dress us In our next we will ngtify further as to our proceedings All are Invited COR Seven IndictedPackers Give Bond Chicago Sept 13Seven of tile ten officials of Chicago Packing companIes indicted yesterday lIy a Federal grand Jury for violation of the Sherman AntiTrust law appoarel In the Feder al court today and gaVe ball for their appearanceEach was obliged to furnish three bonds for 10000 each The three men who failed to furnish their ball are Louis F Swift President of Swift and Company who Is In Europe Thomas J Connors Superintendent ot Armour and Company who Is now returning from Europe DepartmentManager ill Judge Landis In the morning seS sion ordered bench warrant Issued for the defendants but after attor neys for the absentees explained why they had failedto alpear In court the order was recalled and the warrants not tesued The Packlng company officials ap pp red In court accompanied by their attorneys All gave personal bonds signed by men who scheduled real eS tate In Look county Surety company bonds were refused by Judge lan1ls who ruled against then a year ago The next step In the case will lie a motion by Government attorneys for the packers to enter a plea When this will be done has not yet been decided W S Kenon Assistant to Attorney Genera Wickersham who directed the Investigation left today for his home In Fort Dodge Iowa for a short rest Other governmenf attorneys also are preparing to take vacations after the continued grand Jury sessions ot the last two months I Mules for Sale A splendid pair of mules well broke to work Will sell cheap Apply to HOOKER V1LLIAMS Hartford Ky Country Newspaper Adver tisement Arthus Brisbane the hIghest sal aried editor In the world who receives theHearstthe recent meeting of advertising men at Omaha discussed the value of the country newspaper as an advertising medium In part lie said To begin with the local newspapers are in proportion to their circulation arpln my opinion Infinitely the most valuable advertising melIunlf that we have I say this naturally uninfluenced by the fact that the organization I with which I ant associated- has no country newspapers only the I metropolitan dailies The value ot the country nows paper Is based largely upon the fact that the neighbor who reads It looks upon It as a neighbor and a friend a personal acquaintance and attaches to the Printed statement and advertisements ot the country newspaper far greater Importance than the dwel leiifa the city attaches to the state ments ot the advertisements lu the blgelty newspaper AIL DEATH OP flO- UNDER Wi1GON WHEELS The Calhoon Star says A deplorable accident occurred Just below Calhoon last Friday morning tivhlch resulted la the death ot en Yearold Marion Whit sons otLog n Whittaker 1Iv- ng near Poverty While riding on tarn wagon heavily loaded ilee for bufldllg tobacco withI withlderbrother Wllnam lie and Thomas and Rutherford Duke the little fellow fell from the Wagon and Before the team which was going down a bill could bo stopped two wheelsbad passed orer k11lageaparents haVe the sympathy or the AtIN cospalunlty I ryt r lod kt ai 5 L Our First r Intimation Of the approach ofa new sea s nIfyou will visit our Store and look over our new Fall Wearing Apparel you will know how easy it is for you to make a satisfactory selection of everything you need for fallright here OUR NEW ARRIVALS ARE Ladies Tailored Suits Dress Goods Ladies Readytowear Hats Ladies Shoes MenJsI Shoes and Clothing i May we have the pleasure of your presence for a look E PBARNES BROS 1r Beaver Dan Ky FORDSVILLE Sept 14Mr e E Ford and farn- ily and uncle DIck Smith and wire left last week for Jould Oklahoma Mr Perry Cooper and wife anti lIttle daughter Rachel Ellen are spending a week at Dawson Springs Roscoe Holbrook ot Duford Jessie Marlow Poplar Grove RolJt Rusher Oaks and Russell Walker are the new pupils who have entered school here Prof Tandy now has seventeen In his German class J D Westerfield wife and dough ter are attending State Fair this week Mr Marton Holllrook and family visited Mrs Emma Fuqua and Mrs- Noah Miller Sunday Mr Holbrook left Monday for Loulsvllle to at tend the Bankers Association Mrs Holbrook and children will continue their visit here till Thursday dh and Mrs Paul Solder ot Glen edane visited Mrs Spiders parents Mr anti MrsJohn Smith Sunday Mrs Charles llobrecht and little daughter Elizabeth are visiting hel parents Mr and Mrs John Smlth- I Miss Clyda Matthohs who has been III for some eight or ten weekswas reported some little better yesterday M1 Mack Smith who was so ill last week Is no better Mr Jolmlno Fuqua Is attending State Fair this week The School of Music Persons desiring a full course In Vo cal and Instrumental or Public School music will enjoy unexcelled opportu nities In the Western Normal Write for special Information Address H H Cherry Bowling Green Ky CEDAR GROVE Sept 12Bro Harper closed a two weeks revival Sunday night Farmers are busy cutting tobacco Mr Ed Cook Is very ill with flux Mr Parvin MldklfCand Miss Lula Acton Sulphur SprIngs vhlted Miss Maggie Wedding Sunday Little Miss Pauline Hurt Is very sick Miss Mingle Wedding and Mrs SaBle Acton 1Dundeeleft Friday for Louis yule to purchase their fall millinery StahrFAirr hdre has refurnod home rrand Mrs R r Duff Sulphur fJPring Thjliei their daughter Mrs SundayI Foreman jltrtl e Oak Grove May Foreman and Vlroa WeddIngWlhere Mf Jas Magan and fnmllyDuadee Visited relatives here Saturday salt Sunday J The Newspaper as Salesman The majority of retail slog custoui ersbefore starting out on till shopping rorastudr time ilelvspaper Itd- yerUslng Tills habit is a great time saver Time shopper escapes fruitless visits to many storesand needless bother big or clerksby learning In ndlnct where she Is likely to find wants She gives very little atteuitron to the places that ruil to lufurin her as to their offering Mau women too having JelUlT Personally acquainted with the story people dislike to enter their places of business unless they feel fairly sure of buying They avoid thlll elllllaruss- lIIent by Ilrnlng In advunc through the nOWSJlllllr where they can pro0 ably supply their heeds Thus It Is that mUll nabs are practically made before the buyer leaves her home It has been proved over and over again unit tilt trade wilt pass stores with a uhalh strwt loco- tion that fall to ndlthittn hunt ut poorly located shops 011 hack streets that are well advertised A meiehmmt might as well close his shutters iu business hours as fall to meet his competitors lu the field where they are doing the heart of their bustnesis the newspaper advertisement 4- RALPH Sept 12Thu Literary Society met at Taylorfleld Friday night for the first time Mr e 1 PIes Ronda Wade Vice Pres and Miss JIm Patton Secretary rIr Robert Taylor sold a nIce bunch of cattle to Mr John Muffett Mr Tom Grlers wlCe fell and broke her arm Friday afternoon Master Fay Coleman who has been sick Js convalescent Mr John W Ralph ylsited his nephew Mr Will Ford bear Fordsville Jori day who Is very sick Miss Gertrude Taylor was time guest of her parents Saturday and Sunday Mr jack Ralph Faugloood was the guest or his father J T Ralph Suuda- MCS8rs W F Howard and J T Patton pas In Hartford Sunday School Is progressing nicely 14i lninagementoPMrIiondLVade N J 1 1 rrr a- ri w t xI- y SUPPORTS HERSELF BLACKING SHOES Widow FindsShining Boots Easy Way Making Living Sept 9 MadamoWashSpokane Holland who came to Spokane from weeks ago andfew San Francisco a cwUer and sole is now proprietor shoe shlning stand Inof aoperator Columbia building In the lobby of the Howard street has Delved and declined not loss than a dozen propos marriage since beginning busl als of ness Among those smitten by her winsome smile trim figure and enter taming conversation are mining operators front Alaska Idaho and Nevada nnd bonanfa wheat ranches and or cbardlsts from WashlngtonOr egon and other parts of the northwest plan a railroad builder from province of Alberta and a stock grower from TexasNo my name is not Holland neither am I a native of the land of dykes and fords said the yuong woman with the brushes I am a daughter of the south After my busband died I was left to make my own way 1 worked for a while as a retoucher of photographs In California but my eyes tailed I was at a loss as to what to do when I notic ed a girl shining shoes in one or the Jblg business butiding6 at San Fran- Cisco Why could I not do the same Of course I thought of my folks at tome I decided to go to a city wher- I e Was not known and so here I am- Business Is picking up and I dare tAjr I am making more money today than many girls who think they are holding positions far above mine My money is made honestly and al though no doubt it seems odd to see a woman bootblack I feel as Independent as the man who is president- of the bank on the corner Summer Tourist Fares The Illinois Central Railroad Com pany authorizes round trip ticket sold as follows Cerulean Ky 33 Fast View Ky 21 Grayson Springs Ky 16 5 Chicago Ill Tickets on sale May 15th 1910 to September 30th 1910 Inclusive Fins return limit Oot Slat 1910 UawBon Springs Ky 230 roud trip tlckete on sale dally Final return six months from date of oak The above rates apply from Beavc Dam Ky Low rates from other etc tlons on application J E WILLIAMS Agent Hypnotized Alligators- Bert Swan is the name of a ma who can latch alligators with h hands turn them on their backs maYo them as helpless as infants The alligators Swan handle are no the giants that bask In tho mud 01 tropical rivers but they are euffi cienUy formidable nevertheless- It la wonderful with what quick piss those saurluns can snap at I man Swan gave a little Beesloi with his pets for the benefit of 1 correspondent of St Nicholas and thl quickness of action on the part of th alligators was fully demonstrated be lore the little private performance o endedThe first task was to got the alii gator into tho open where tile llgh was sufficiently good to permit snapshots This was done by tw- men grasping the alligator one Boh lug his Jaws with a lightning move ineut and the other grabbing his wildly waving tall In the open the alligator prove as wicked as could have been wish od Swans method of catching hen was to hold the hands In rcadlnes and wait for a favorable chance tcJ grab the upper and lower Jaws AE tills was done while the formidable TOWS of tooth were apparently ach jng for a chance to snap the manE arm fttW no simple matter t catch the JAWS and imprison them Swan waited a long time befon io saw his chance and thee eye could carcolr follow tho movement of hi anode as they were darted toward the OBlstretched jaws Once thi tawter0 ok ed in the mans vlao lib grip It waa a simple matter U snoutsizeaeother sad turn the alligator on his lea L Tke owner of tho alligator says Ac baa found a way to hypnotize thE enMtn De that as it may it Is I tree that he mado the wicked littlE tfMirfaBHe Perfectly still for su lone S ttaa M ho wished and then raise P Jklai Ja Wflj arfflB and carried him ijreBad like a Jabj the animal born mffuctMy sound asleep all the time Swan put him down and loudly JaJfl throat with a finger ho awoke once more into vicious life and began snapping as before The alligator can not move Very quickly on his legs and Jtls easy enough to1 avoid him when ho cornea at you but to try and pinion his jaws Is another matter and a task that no one would care to try unless I gllltTandIthewith muscular hand- sStubborn as Mules are liver and bowels sometimes seem to balk without cause Then theres trouble Loss of Appetite Indigestion Nervousness Despondency Headache But such trouble fly before Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best Stomach and Liver remedy So easy 25c at all druggists 111 l CROMWELL Let Over From Last Week Sept GWe had a good rain here last Thursday We wer eneedlng it Messrs J W Kahn and E J Til ford Morgantown were here last Thursday Miss Sallie Norman Select who had been visiting her sister Mrs Crowe at Broadway stopped over a few days at this place Mr J B Rhoads Centertown visit ed his son J Alex Rhoads from Thurs day until Sunday t Miss Gola Cooper Is attending school at Hartford Quito a number from this place contemplates attending High School or Normal in the spring f Our school is progressing nicely The farmers are very busy cutting 1 tobwcp Jt I6 n better grade than they made last year They have I about cleared the ware house at this place of last years crop of tobacco Cooper Bros had some repairing done on their store this week Mr G W Trout visited his broth erinlaw Mr Rafferty near Manda last Sunday Mr and Mrs C F Miller Select passed hero Monday enroute to Hart ford to visit their daughter Mrs Wade Martin I May we succeed in November Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement wltl Ithe publishers of the Inland Farmer of Louisville whereby we are enabled 0to furnish The Hartford Republican 5and that paper ono year for 150 Tho Inland Farmer is a weekly Jour 5nal and one of the best fawn papers published in the United States Our- I readers should take advantage of this offer U I Attractive Summer Tours rThe Illinois Central Railroad Com pany offers very attractive Summer Tours at reasonable rates to tho following podnts Boston Mass with roan trip one way between Boston and Norfolk al so same tour to Boston via Montreal StdChicago Colorado Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo including route ono way via Chicago Jersey Coast Resorts Lake Michigan Resorts including Bay View Charlevoix Harbor Springs Mackinac Island and Petoskey Minnesota Lake ResortsII Mexico Now York City oNeat York City with ocean trip one way between New Orleans and Now York New York via Montreal via Mon treal and Boston with ocean trip anduocean way between Norfolk and New York Niagara Falls North Pacific Coast and various oh InterestdFor further information call on i tlckeiogentsor write F W HARLOW sDiv Pare Agent 1 C R R Co Louisville Ky I Apples in Cold Storage I Of the grand tptal production of between 30000000 and 60000000 bar rels yearly the cold storage wares houses receive between 3000000 and I 5000000 barrels Most of the largerr I cold storage warehouses have apple I rooms but there are also hundreds of I smaller cold storage warehouses scat tred throughout the country especially in the vicinity of the prlciplo appleproducing reglonsthat are devo ted wholly or mainly to apple storage I That apples even of the tender var iety will keep in cold storage was amply shown at tho Louisiana Pur I chase Exposition in St Louis where- such tender varieties as Jonathans and Grimes Golden were shown up on the table of the Agricultural Buil ding during August and were apparently in perfect condition after a weeks exposure although they had previously been in cold storage for more than ten monthe Calenwnfl Rural World t ESCAPED LEPER ALARMS DENVER vfc Fear Man May Coniinunicate Disease tot Others Salt Lake City Utah Sept 9The news that a leper with the visible marks of the dread disease on his face and body was at large has star tied the citizens of this city The afflicted man John Kokas a Greek escaped from a tent in which hewn held under quarantine and is said to be on board a train en route to Den ver Physicians who have examined the Greek declare the disease has reached an advanced stage and they fear persons coming in contact with him may be endangered Kokas has been living in a tent outside of the city for three months When his case was first discovered to bo leprosy an attempt was made to force the county to care for him The county declined and so did the city while immigration officials declared there was no law under which they cold deport him even to Molokai in this predicament Kokas was taken to a tent and placed in quarantine un der a yellow flag his friend provid ing for his wants Later it is believed his friends tiring of the care of him assisted the leper to escape and he is said to have boarrded an eats bound train in an effort to reach New York and catch a vessel for Greece The man is said to be traveling as any other tourist There is nothing save the marks of the disease to warn fellow passengers or trainmen of his affliction and M To cure LaQrippe Colds in 24 hosts take rippeJII you dl1itht docs not keep them send The It J C Mendenhall Medicine Coy ETHSTHIC id and get them post paid Guaranteed FAIRVIEW- Left Over From Last Week Sept 5Mr and Mrs J D Mycr returned home Thursday after sev eral days visit with their son Mr Newton Myers Spottsville Ky Mrs T J Acton returned home Sat urday after a few days visit with her parents Mr and Mrs W H Wilcox Echols Ky i Little Miss Beulah Wilson la on the sick list at this writing Miss Stella Croomes Salem spent the day Sunday with Miss Eunice WH sonA protracted meeting is in grogros at Cedar Grove near here Owing to injuries received tram a severe fall Thursday morning Rov T J Acton was unable to fill his ap i polntinent at this place Sunday after noon I r I Slops the Cough heals the Laura QUICKSCOUGH If not better then any other money back J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CORY ANSYILLB IND Special Excursion Rates Illinois Central Railroad Company Biennial Encampment and Convention of Supreme Lodge Knights of Pythias Milwaukee WIs August 110 1910 Dates of sale July 28 29 30 and 31 1910 Final rrfurn limit August 13 1910 except upon deposit of ticket an payment of fee of fifty cents an ex tension until Sept 3rd 1910 may be secured Fare round trip 1405 The B M C of the G U 0ofF Colored Baltlnfore Md Sept 1217 1910 Dates of sale Sept 9 and 10th 1910 Final return limit Sept 21st 1910 Fare for round trip 2475 Kentucky State Fair LoulsvllleKy Sept 1217 1910 Dates of sale Sept 10 to 17 1910 Final return limit Sept 19 1910 Rate one flrstclaa oneway fare plus 25 cents for round tripNational Encampment O A R Sept 1924 1910 Atlantic City N JDat of sale Sept 15 to 191910 final return limit Sept 29 1910 ex cept upon deposit of ticket and paymen of fee of 100 at time of deposit an extension until Oct 28th 1910 may be secured Fare for round trip 3025 Annual State Convention Christian Church In Kentucky Oweneftoro Ky Sept 1923 1910 bates of sale Sept 19 20 21 and 22 1910 final return limit Sept 27 1910 Rate one first class one way tare phie 25 coats far round trip- BratberhQOd of Bt Andrew of the United States and Canada Nashville Tenn Sept2G Oct 2 1910 Dates of sale Sept 2425 1910 final limit Oct 51910 except upon deposit of ticket and payment of fee of flOO extension until Oct 31 1910may be secured Fare tot round trip 396 General Awrobljof the Episcopal church Cincinnati Ohio Oct 526 1910 Date of sale Octi 3 4 6 6 1910 final return limit Oct 30 1910 Fare for round trip 745 Appalachian Exposition Knoxvllle Tenn Sept 12Oct 12 1910 Dates of sale Sept 10 to Oct 12 lolOin elusive final return limit ten days I from date of sale but Irii no case later than Oct 18 1910 Fare for round- trip 965- Reunion of the Society of the Army of the Cumbreland ChattanoogaTenn Oct 1213 1910 Dates of sale Oct 11 and 12 1910 Final return limit Oct 28 1910 Fare for round trip 835National League of PostrnaetcrsCba tanooga Tenn Oct 1214 1910 Dates of sale Oct 1011 1910 final limit Oct 17 1910 orcept upon deposit of ticket and payment of tea of 100 atftfano of deposit an oxteneJon Oct 31 1910 may be secured Fare for round trip 1125 Fares for children five years of age and under twelve will be sold at half I of the fares named above Above rates apply from Beaver Dam Ky Special rates from other stations on application J E WILLIAMS Agent SYMPATHY holds hurts but It wont cure an I aching tooth wonnt wako a marred I one look like its old self Takes a skillful experienced dentist to doc I that Got all the sympathy you jean but for real relief and good dental work make tux appointment with us for the practical way of get C I ting your teeth in fino shape Beet I crown and bridge work in this town or any 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OctoberOther County OfflccrrC S Moxfley Surveyor Fordsvllle Ky B F D 2 Bernard Felix Assessor Hart ord Ky It F D No2 Henry Leach Superintendent Hartford A D lUiey Coroner Hartford JUSTICES COURTS ID S Chamberlain Hartford Tuesday after afterMondayMondayinnJutno ter 3rd Tuesday 3rd Monday In September Tuesday after of 3rd Monday In December O E Scott Cromwell Wednesday afto 3rd Monday In March Wednesday after aid 3rd Monday In June Wednesday attar 3rd Monday In September Wednesday DecemberI after after after 3rd Monday In September Friday after 3rd Monday In December- J C Jackson Centertown Saturday after 3rd Monday In March Saturday after 3rd Monday in June Saturday after 3rd Monday In September Saturday af ter 3rd Monday In December- M C Cook Renfrow Tuseday after 2nd Monday In February Tuesday after taMondayMonday In November Thomas Sanders Dundee Wednesday after the second Mouday In February Wednesday after 2nd Monday In May Wednesday after 3rd Monday In August NovemberC V Mlles 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Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A A M meets first and third Monday night In each month W E Ellis W M C M Crowe Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 R X M meets every third Saturday night In each month R Holbrook High Priest W S Tinsley Secretary Hartford Chapter No 84 O E S meets second and fourth Monday even- Ing Mrs T R Barnard W M Miss Willie Smith Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythloa meets every Tuesday night- S A Anderson C C J G Keown K of R k S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every first and third Thursday night R T Collins Commander L P Foreman Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M meets second fourth Thursday night GrlfflnLadyCommander Record Keeper Carpenters and Joiners local No 1SS1 meets 1st Saturday night In each month Noah Skaggs Pres WD Luce IecJTreasAcme Lodge No 339 I O O F meets second and fourth Friday night In each month A B Riley Noble Grand B D Schroader Secretary RedMenCampbell f Records Uholdse the first Monday In each 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Office In the Her bulhilagf TANGY L MOBLEYJt ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counUea and in the Court of Appeals Also No ry Public Office over First National JOUN n WILSON CHAS C CROWS WILSON CROWE LAWYERS HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In aU the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal ractice and to collections Office on Main St opposite Court House PATENTS land i TRADEMARKS promptly obtained la all oouatrl or no tee PATENTS THAT PAY AdrcrtlM them thorougWjr at OWIzpenM andltli yon to taetxa send model photo or tkctcb for E report on patentability M roan practice SUR y PASSING REFERENCES Form Guide Book on Frofliabto Iatcnu write to BO3BOS Seventh Street I WASHINGTON DC DSWIFT2 t KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery fOR OLgStRICEFoe f AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES SATISPAOTOjiOIL PROCURED ANDDEENDED 8elldtnode- ldwuljf 1 ad- ofae OoN t0obWa poison tradefnmatte rt coprrl liUeta IN ALt COUNTRIES JSusliutr direct with Hmklnglta saris time aaol Ht ExclutlvelrWriteBU IBUUk Btnct app ValUd stet Pat at One ll 1 WASHINGTON D C ll r- FAIRBAN8 MORSE Gasoline Engines n lPump water grinda feed jfcolla earn c Works every day ab a wsmaUco to operate AH VSBB for- all putix ea Send tot oatalotyu 802fo If IIt FA AWtW qtiL0UliVlilfi I Ky v 1 i to c 1 1 I f fjt J n t r t f V t i l t i 1r h iI j t 4 A v I if 1 1 Cr r 9 r 11q- t L H x SUPPORTS HERSELF ILACKIN6 SHOES TWidow FindsShining Boots Easy Way Milking Living Spokane Wash Sept 9Madamo- Iolland who came to Spokane from San Francisco a few weeks ago and Js now proprietor cashier and sol 3 operator of a shoeshining stand In the lobby of the Columbia building In coward street has received and de dined not less than a dozen propos als of marriage since beginning business Among those smitten by her winsome smile trim figure and entertaining conversation are mining opera tors from Alaska Idaho and Nevada and bonani wheat ranches and or chardlsts from WashlngtonOr ego n and other parts of the northwest also a railroad builder from provlnc exasIam a dykes and fords said the yuong woman with the brushes I am a daughter of the south After my husband dial I was left to make m- own way 1 worked for a while as a retoucher of photographs In CallCor- 21la but my eyes tailed I was at a loss as to what to do when I notic ed a girl shining shoes In one of the b S busipts6 lluildia5Q it San Francisco Why could I not do the same t atlbomeI was not known and so here I am Duslnes Is picking up and I dare SAy I am making more money today than many girls who think they are holding positions tar above mine My money Is made honestly and al though no doubt It seems odd to sea o woman bootblack I fool as Inde pendent as the man who Is president ot the bank on the corner Summer Tourist Fares The Illinois Central Railroad bin pany Quthorlzes round trip tickets IIIOld as follows Cerulean Ky 30- E3st Vow Ky 215- Grayson Springs Ky IG5 Chicago IU 160- Tkkete on sale May 15th 1910 to September 30th 1910 Inxlnslve Flea return limit Oct 3IBt 1910 Dawson Springs Ky 230 roufd trip tickoa on sale tally Final return six months from date of The above rates apply fromoaloI Dam Ky Law rates from tloaa on applleaAon J E WILLIAMS Agent Hypnotized Alligators Bert Swan Is the name of a man who can catch alligators with bla lands turn them on their backs and mate them as helpless as Infants The alligators Swan handle are not the Jmntl that bask In the mud o- tropical rivers but they are sufCI clenUy formidable nevertheless Jt to wonderful with what quick poss those sturlans can snap at a scan Swan gave a little scsslo with his pets for the bOlfetlt of a correspondent of St Nicholas and this qutcknee of action on the part of the alllgatorll was fully demonstrated be Sore the little private performance ended The first task was to get the alit gator Into the open where the ligh was sufficiently good to permit o- snapaliots This was done by two Mien grasphag the allllator one seiz- Ing his Jaws with a lightning moe meat and the other grabbing his wildly waving tall In the open Ule alllgator proved ns wicked as could have been wish 00 Sweats method of catching him WAS to hold the hands In readiness and walt for a favorable chance to grab the upper anti tower Jaws As this was done while the formidable rows of tooth were apparently nch jog for a chance to snap the mans arm Itwas no simple matter to- xatch tIIo jaws and Imprison thom Swan waited a long time before Ire saw his chance and the eye could dWcoly follow the movement or his 2anda as they were darted toward tile oetatrctcbed jaws Once tho jutere oloaed In too mans fls- otlbpip It wu a simple matter to rIp oat hand under the snout scizo- rsao et the clawing legs with the otr amt turn the alligator on his JThe owner of the alligator says 10 ksa found a way to hypnotize the er three Bit that as It may It Is trne that hO made the wicked little aarJu He perfectly still as longs finite ry ho wightxl and then raised wag M kief araae and carried him aiullat like aLalt7 tlJo animal being Ay41te tly sound asleep althe time else Swan put him down and touh 4 k throat with a tiDier ho awoke once more Into vicious life and began snapping as before The alligator can not movo very quickly on his legs and it Is easy enough to avoid him when he comes at you but to try and pinion his laws Is another matter and a task that no ono would care to try unless gifted with lIghtnlngliko agility and tho quickest of eyes as well as wIth muscular hand- sStubborn L as Mules- are liver and bowels sometimes seem to balk without cause Then theres troublelosss of Appetite Indigestion Nervousness Despondency Headache But such trouble fly be ford Dr Kings New Life Pllle the worlds best Stomach and Liver re medy So easy 35c at aU druggists m T CROMWELL ILeCt Over From Last Week Sept 6We had a good rain here last Thursday Wo wer encoding It Messrs J W Kahn and E J Tn ford Morgantown Were here last Thursday Miss Saute Norman Select who had been visiting her sister Mrs Crowe at Broadway stopped over a few days at this place Mr J B Rhoads Centertown visit ed his son J Alex Rhoads from Thurs day until Sunday t Miss Gola Cooper Is attending school at Hartford Quito a number from this place contemplates attending High School or Normal In the spring f- Our school Is progressing nicely The farmers are very busy cutting tAbOCC4 Jt is R better trade than they made last year They have about cleared too ware house at this place of last years crop or tobacco Cooper Dros had some repairing done on their store this week Mr G W Trout visited his broth erInlaw Mr Ratcerty near Manda last Sunday Mr and Mrs C F Miller Select passed hero Monday enrouto to Hart ford to visit their daughter Mrs Wade Martin I May we succeed In November Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement aitl the publishers or the Inland Farmer of Louisville whereby We are enabled to furnish The Hartford Republican and that paper one year for l60 The Inland Farmer Is a Weekly Jour 5nab and one of the best faros papers published In the United States Our readers should take advantage or this otter U Attractive Summer Tours The Illinois Central Railroad Corn pony offers verY attractive Summer Tours at reasonable rates to the following PQIInts Boston Mum with OOian trip one way between Boston and Norfolk also same tour to Boston via Montreal Canada the Great Lakes tuft 9t- Lawrence Rooorts- Oalltornla Chicago Colorado Denver Colorado Springs and Pueblo Including route one way via Chicago Jersey Coast Resorts Lake Michigan Resort including nay View Charlevolx Harbor Springs Mackinac Island and Petoskey Minnesota Lake Resorts Mexico Now York City NewYork City with ocean trip one way between New Orleans and New York New York via Montreal via Men real and Boston with ocean trip andfew New York City with ocean trip one way between Norfolk and New York Niagara Falls North Pacific Coast Yellowstone Park and various other points or Interest For further Information can on- lIclot agentsor write F W HARLOW Div Pats Agent I C n R Co Louisville Ky- Apples in Cold Storage Of tho grand tptal production of between 30000000 and 60000000 bar rels yearly the cold storage warehouses receive between 3000000 and 5000000 barrels Most of the latJerr cold storage warehouses have apple rooms but there are also hundreds of smaller cold storago warehouses scattered throughout the country espe clally In the vicinity of the priciplo- apploproducing reglomthat are devo ted wholly or mainly to apple storage That apples even of the tender var Iety will keep In cold storage was amply shown at the Loutatana Purchase Exposition in St Louis where such tender varieties tis JonatJrans and Grimes Golden were shown upon the tfblo of the Agrlcultl1ralBuilI ding during August and Were apparently In perfect condition after a weeks exposure although they had previously been In cold storage for more than ten m nth = Colelnatns Rural World I- q yysr ESCAPED LEPER ALARMSDENVER Fear Man May Corounlcate Disease to y 4Others = Salt Lake City U liSept 9Tho news that a leper 1wltlt the visible marks of the dread disease on his face and body was at largo has startled the citizens of this city The afflicted man John Kokas a Greek escaped from a tent In which herwas held under quarantine and ISsaJd to be on board a train en route to Den ver Physicians whq have examined the Greek declare the dIsease has reached an advanced stage and they fear persons coming In contact with him may bo Kokas hasendangeredj outside of the city for three months When his case was first discovered to I bo leprosy an attempt wasmade to force the county to care for him The county declined and so did the city while Immigration officials declared there was no law under which they cold deport him even to Molokai In this predicament Kokl1s WM taken to a tent and placed In quarantine un der a yellow flag his frJendq provid lag for his wants Later It Is belle ed his friends tiring of the care of him assisted the leper to escape and ho Is said to have boorrded an osm bound train In an effort to reach New York and catch a vessel for Greece The man Is said to be traveling as any other tourIst There Is nothing save the marks of tine disease to warn affliction fellow passengers or trainmen of his I p a To sue LaOrippe and Colds In Z4 bows take Cold and LaOrippe QUICKS Medicine TABLETS I It yter drag fist does ut keep item send Z5e is I J C Mendenhall Medicine Co EnmllleIDL and get them post paid Guaranteed FAIRVIEW Left Over From Last Week Sept 5Mr and Mrs J D Myers returned home Thursday after several days visit with their son Mr Ntlw ton Myers Spottsville Ky I Mrs T J Acton returned homo Saturday after a few days visit with her parents Mr and Mrs W H Wilcox Echols Ky i Little Miss Beulah Wilson Is on the sick list at this writing Miss Stella Croomes Salem spent the day Sunday with Miss Eunice Wil sonA protracted meeting Is In grogross at Cedar Grove near here Owing to Injuries received from a severe fall Thursday morning Rev T J Acton was unable to fm his ap polatment at this place Sunday after noon I Stops the eollb heals the Laogt QUICKSMEDICINE If not better then any other money back J c MENDENHALL MEDICINE co PvANSVILIB IND Special Excursion Rates Illinois Central Railroad Company Biennial Encampment and Convention of Supreme Lodge Knights of Pythias Milwaukee Wis August 110 1910 Dates of sale July 28 29 30 and 31 1910 Final ro urn limit AUgust 13 1910 except upon deposit or ticket an payment or feeof fifty cents an eX tension until SePt 3rd 1910 maybe secured Fare round trip 1405 The n M C of the G U O of F Colored Baltnlore Md Sept 1217 1910 Dates of sale Sept 9 and 10th 1910 Final r6 urn limit Sept 21st 1910 Fare for round trip 2475 Kentucky State Fair LoufsvilleKy Sept 1217 1910 Dates of sale Sept 10 to 17 1910 Final return limit Sept 19 1910 Rate one firstclass- oneway fare plus 25 centn for round tripNational Encampment G A R Sept 1924 19101 Atlantic City N J Dates of sale Sept IS to 191910 final return limit Sept 29 1910eX cept upon deposit of ticket and paynlen- of fee of 100 at time of deposit an intension until Oct 28th 1910 maYbe secured Fare for round trIp 43025 Annual State Convention Christian Church in Kentucky OwetlSbOro Ky Sept 1923 1910 Dates of sale Sop 19 20 21 and 221910 final return ltmit Sept 27 1910 Slate one first class one Way fate phie 25 come far round trip- BratberhQOI of st Andrew of the United States and canada Nashville Tone Sept 26 Oct 2 1910 Dates of sate Sept 2425 1910 final limit X7t 5 1910 erroeptupon it1f tickett and paysfent of fee Of flOO extenaton until Oct 31 1910ID47be necufed Fare for SOIlId trip 396 General A emblyof the Eplacopal 0 T 1 kI church Cincinnati Ohio Oct 526 1910 Dates ot sale Oct 34J6 6 1910final l1TnJltrllt OCt 30 1910 Fare for round trip 75 Appalch1an Expoatlon Knoxville- Tenn Sept 12Qot 12 1910 Dates Qt sale sept 10 to t 12 1910tn- I elusive final riofuru limitt te0 days from date of Salo butlnno case later than Oct 18 1910 Fare far round- trip 965- Reunion or the Society of the Army of the Cumbrc1an dChattanOogaTenn Oct 12131910 Dates of sale Oct 11 and 12 1910 Final return limit Oct 28 1910 Fare for round trip 835 National LeGoo ot POBtm38tersCh- atanoop Tenn Oct 1214 1910 Dates Of sale Oct 1011 1910 final limit Oct 17 1910 oxrept upon deposit of ticket and payment of too ofl00nt time of deposit an oxtenstos until Oct 31 1910 may be secured Pare- for round trip 1125 Fares for children five ooare of age and under twelve will be sold at half of the farM named above Above rates apply from Beaver Dam Ky Special rates from other on application tatlonsI J E WILLIAMS SYMPATHY helps hurts but it wont cure an aching tooth wont wako a marred one look like Its old self Takm a skillful experienced dentist to do that Got all the 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Cheek a pnominent member ot Atlantas young er social set was married at 3 oclock ax Tuesday morning to Guy H Buchan 1nBucbannan and buss Cheek had been engaged for sometime but the girls parents learned that the lovers plan ned to elope and they locked the girl In her room after taking away her clothingBuchanan heard ot his sweethearts predicament and after mid night went In an auto to the Cheek home By throwing pebbles against bor rwludow he attracteod the girls attention and found her willing to elope though she admitted her trousseau consisted only ot a nightgown and a pair of stockings By means ot a stepladder Miss Cheek decended from the room Into the arms ot her lover was placed In 4 the auto and hurried to the rectory of Emanual Baptist church Rev W L Gilmore was aroused at 3 oclQck null qultely made the lovers husband and wire Mr and Mrs Buchanan went to a hotel rang up the Cheek home and told ot her marrIage coupling It wIth a request for the clothes of the bride In II short time the brides trunk arrived accompanied with blessings I How to Poison s Arthur Johnson ot the Colora do Agriculture College says r The adult beetles congregate on the potatoes as soon asthey appear above the ground They live upon the leaves but generally are not sum clenUy numerous to do great Injury A When the vines are much eaten how ever It will pay to spray with Paris Green at the rate of one pound In a hundred gallons of water or II halt pound In II barrel An Insecticide which Is fast gain lag favor Is arsenate ot lead This poison Is slower than Paris Green 1 but has some advantage which makes leause preferable It sticks firmly to the leaves and Is not washed oft by light showers Enough will stick on the leaves to hill beetles weeks after the application Is made There Is no danger ot burning the leaves of tug plants it n good grade of lead Is used The farmer can use It as strong as Is necessary It the plants are Limo roughly sprayed with this substance at the rate ot eight pounds to a hun dred gallons of water when the first eggs hatch the poison will remain on the loaves until most ot the other eggs are batched and the young beet killedArsenate of lead generally comes In the form ot a white paste To mix this substance first fill the spray er with water Then weigh out In a pall the amount ot lead required Pour a gallon or so ot water on the lead and stir the substance very tho roughly with a stick Pour oft the top gently Into the machine through a strainer It will probably he found that a part ot the lead has not been mixed Add more water and proceed as before It the grower has neglected the work until the leaves are being badly eaten by the lnsectslt will probably be better to spray with Paris Green at the rate of one pound ot the green too seventytlye gallons ot water One should use good machinery of an uptodate pattern The oldtash loned sprinkling carts are not used any more by progressive potato growers A machine which throws a fine spray of some kind under pressure Is the only modern method No- grower can afford to have a good Potato sprayer at his command A modrn macehlpe costs from 75 to 125 Chl1drenCry FOR FLETC- NERSCASTORIA Strawberry Culture A south exposure Is best for early strawberries while a north exposure resulteIin late plants says Farm and Home Almost any kind ot a soil containing considerable clay Is antis factory While a sandy land anSWers very nicely for early trutt Seethat the laud is thoroughly terUUzed with well rotted barnyard manure which is tree frfweedseeds Set the plants In row tour feet apart and the plats eIh to twentyfour inches apart Itt t4 o lbws By allowing the rtmaere tsiAdavelop a solid wilted roW 1IIsoon be formed which Ii undoubt e ITtiaa saUiifacW1T for a farm c 4 n3 1 spriPgcuttivate have no trouble with your strawberries As eoon as the fru1Ung season Is over cover lightly with straw stable man ure marsh hay pine noedlcg or such to a depth ot three Inches On poor land stable manure Is the most desirable Remove the mulch from the rows 1n early spring beford growth starts and It there Is danger ot frost any time after that the mulch can easily lie replaced on a small plot When the strawberry bed has fruited for two or more seasons mow mow It oft after the fruiting season and burn It over This wilt destroy Insect and fungous disease It Is well It matted rows are to be main talnyd to plow the space bevlween the rows each season before the mulch It oft after the fruiting season berries are permitted In the farm gar dens to occupy the entire space devoted to them and It properly fertilized and mulched fairly good crops may be secured Some of the best varieties are Bubach Haverland and Wartleld with Bederwood Sharpies or Clyde as pollenlzers Mennonites Founder The Mennonites take their name from Menno Simons born In Wltmar sum Holland In 1492 He entered the priesthood of the Roman Catholic church renounced Catholicism earlY In 1536 A severe persecution began to make itself felt against hIs followers and having heard accounts of the colony established In the new world emljgrateot the seventeenth century The Minds Power Zola said a psychologIst once wrote In a ladys album that his fa vorlte amusement was writing and hIs favorite wish a sudden death Zola died suddenly And It Is a strange thing said the phychologlst that those who prefer a sudden death usu Ylly have their preference gratified Philadelphia Bulletin Cannibal Cave Qwtllers Recent discoverIes In Norway ot human bones mixed with hearth ashes Indicate that the cave dwellers of the North cape were cannibhls A Vicious Fish In South AmerIca there Is a small fish that not only attacks Its fellows ot the sea and river butls greatly dread ed by the natives who during certain seasons have to ford the streams In which the rarbltos are found Bathers are often attacked by them the sharp rhlsel shaped teeth taking a bit from the flesh wherever they attack They fro perfect scavengers eating the anl mats that float down the rlverdead- lr alive The Deduction Theres a proverb that fits every manWhat one fits mer To whom God gives office be alst gives brains But I have no office Well dont you see how It fits Cleveland Leader Mar to Come Mend So Helen and Tack have made up their quarrel have they Ethel Yes but only temporarily They are going to be married IOOO Boston Transcript The Bulldog The bulldog unlike tho majority ot dogs very seldom barks In tact ow Ing to the construction of his throat his attempts at barking are more like a burlesque of the real thing He wades Into a tight without any vocal warning and the only sound ho emits Is his heavy breathing ls courage Is astoplshlng and the largeness of his opponent never acts as a deterrent when hostilities are Imminent Still u he Is not a quarrelsome dog he very rarely Indulges In street brz4wls and as he Is exceedingly good natured It takes a lot to rouse him The modern bulldog is undoubtedly a different looking animal from htv bull fighting ancestors The most conspicuous Improvements Introduced by the present day fancy are largeness of bead wIdth of chest heaviness of bone and more typical tall Why Sht Was Pleased Do you mean to tell me that you actually overcame that ancient antlplt thy ot yours for Irs Muggsby and called oD her this afternoon said his wiles busband- Thats about the size ot 11 replied her husbands wife And she was glad to see you r There isnt any doubtl1but It Why do you think tbatT Well I had on that old dress Ive worn three scasone and a hat that la entitled to a prominent place in some museum for antlqulties wWle she had on anew gown Justfrom Parts Oh yes Im sure abe was tlckld to depth DguraUvely apc k1tug when 1calledr Chicago News A Sampli o 8ugpstlon A popular comedian and was ptuieing the humorous valuei ox- suggeetioue Itls funnier to suggest aft thlag- he said t anto pay It out Play ties wrlgbte h4tremember 000 this 8ugghat makes really Yunn he little boy re park to b father Pa It oa tee with my atith inetlcleemQa tonight Ill tell you where ma W your trousersNew York guy 4 jJI G r CHICKEN RACES The RtdiouloUs Hen Derby InetI tutd by 81r John Astly It Is said that the crowning triumph ot Sir John Astley that Inventor ut bsurd contests whoso torte It was to arrange races between animals which nature apparently had made most un suitable for the purpose was the In sUtution of the only races that ever took placo between chickens The story Is that the Idea came to Sir John during a visit to a friend who kept a large number ot hens Ho no tl dhow rapidly the chickens used to scurry to their mother when food was thrown to her This furnished the Ingenious Sir John with a clever notion and att mass he then being quartered at Windsor he accordingly unfolded too his brother officers his plans for a- great chicken race He bought from a farmer a hen and a brood ot chickens Each officer was to choose a chicken and mark It with a ribbon so that he could eWllll recog nlze It The chickens were to be placed about fifty yards from their mother and whichever ut them reached her first In answer to her cackle when fOOd was thrown to her was to be ad judged tho winner And so this ridiculous hen Derby came off In the barracks at Windsor and wns witnessed by nearly the whole brigade ot guards who traveled down from London especially to see it The race was such a success that It was arranged to repeat It the follow Ing week It might possibly have become a regular Institution and a rac log table ot chickens might have been added to the attractIons at Windsor had not Sir Johns chicken won on each occasion with such ease as to cause suspicion In the minds of his competitors Indeed itwus found It Is saId that In both races Sir John bad selected a sturdy young cockerel who was much too speedy for his sisters When victory vas n certainty for ono partIcular competitor the contest ot course lost Interest and so the chicken races at Winder carne to a sudden endNew York Herald A WITTY PASHA He Told the Missionary a Story to Ft the Occasion Official bribery Is common In the east and It Is u tender subject there liS a humorous story told by the lute Rev n H Jessup D D In his book hlftythree Years In Syria bears witnessOne In 3813 Dr Van Dyck manager of the press lu connection with the work ot propaganda ot the Syrian Protestant college lit Beirut was sent for by Hamel Pasha the governor to come to the semi as he was about to shut up the press for a violation ot the press laws Dr Van Dyck proceeded to the semi und asked the pasba what meantThe holding up p little tract sold Was this printed at your press YesThen It must be confiscated as It contains ao attack on the Turkish gov ernment Wherein asked Dr Van Dyck does It attack the government The pasha pointed out several passages which crltlclsld the bribery und corruption everywhere prevalent per jury and lyIng among witnesses and public officials and the fact that truth had fallen In the streets and equity could not enter Are not tthese statements truer said Dr Van Dyck Your excellency ought to put a copy Into the hands of every government official In your po- sballe Is It not so Have you never heard the story ot the Cadl el Ah War asked the pasha And what is that querIed the doctor Well began the pasha once there wag a famous ono eyed cndl judge Ono day a man came to court and ad dressed hlmas follows Good mornIng 0 one eyed cndih May your day be blessed 0 one eyed cad I have heard ot the noble character and Justice ot the one eyed cad and I would ask the distinguished and revered ono eyed cads to do me jus Lice and Stopr Interrupted the cad Supposing I am one eyed do I want to be everlastingly reminded ot It Get out ot my eighth And so concluded the pasha we know that these reflections on our country and our courts sire true but we dont want to be publiclY reminded ot It ANCESTRY Some Famous Personages to Whom It- Mant Nothing The making famous ot the expres slog HI am my own ancestor Is usually credited to Andocho Junot for a time a marshal of France moot bed risen from the ranks and became the Duke of Abrnntcs and all important figure at Napoleons newly formed court One day a nobleman ot the old regime asked him what was his ances try Ah sir replied the spirited sol dice I know nothing about It I am my own ancestor Ptobablyhe had never heard or the elnlllar remark made by Tiberius abggut iq Ru tuft Ho seems to me to itcccnded from himself Napoleons reply to the emperor ot Austria was Ina kindred veln1ho Austrian when Napoleon became hIs prospectlve son lulew yould fain have traced the Bonaparte lineage to some petty prince pt Treviso 1am my- oW1JiRudolphot Uapeburg said Na poleon Under similar circumstance Napoleon IlIence4a genealogist friend my patent of nobility dates from Knienotte his first great vie Cory When Jplchratea the Athenian gen QcA4J44 JtCut up1d bG face by g t jeecendant ot Barmodlus that he was a repliedhewith me yours ends with you Almost the same words were used by Alexander Dumas when asked It ho wore not descended from an ape covert sneer at his negro grandmother Very likely my ancestry begins where yours ends Voltaire In his Meropo says The first to become king was n successful soldIer Ile who serves well his country has no need ot ancestry Conquered the Orchestra In his early days Herr Arthur NI- klach the famous conductor was appointed to conduct a performance ot operaBethetbne and the orchestra absolutely refused to play under so youthful a conductor They were only Induced to do so when a dIrector sold that It they were of the same mind after the over taro had been played they could then and there hand In their resignations The overture was a veritable triumph for Nlklsch and with protuoo apologies the orchestra offered him their eongratulatlons London TItBlts Dodging the Bore The tardy clubman paused at the door ot the smoking room Blnsley be asked In a whisper has Slodger given out the dally statement of his health and told all about his symptoms yet Yes said the mass inside the door Hes Just finished All right Ill come InChlcngo Tribune Conclusive Brlgl9Us too bad about Winkle u and the girl he Is engaged to Neither ot them Is good enough for the other GrllsWbnt makes you think that Well Ive been talking the matter over with both famlllesLite It Is useless to attempt to reason a nun out of a thlllg he was never rla toned IntoSwltt H U TURNERS AMBITION The Great Painter Achieved It by Years of Self Sacrifice Turoer could not bear to sell n favorite painting Ile was always mel ancholy after such n transaction I lost one ot my children this week he would sadly exclaim At a meeting at Somerset house It was decided to pur chase his two great pictures the Rise and the Fall ot Carthage for the National gallery A Mr Grtllths was commissioned to offer 5000 for them A noble offer said the paint or a noble oUcr but no I cannot part with them Impossible Mr Grlffitbs greatly disappointed took his lel1e Turner ran after him Tell those gentlemen he said that the naU011 wlll most likely huve the pictures after all Long before this Turner had matured a purpose which continued to be his dominant Idea while life lasted This was to be Queath to his country n Turner gill lery ot pictures and to amass looOOO to build and endow an asylum for decayed artists It was for this great object that he denied himself all pleasures that cost money all luxuries Ills resolve once made could not be shaken On one occasion he was offered 100000 for the art treasures locked up In the den Give mo the key ot the house Mr Turner said a Liverpool merchant fOund here is the money No thank you replied Turner I have refused n better of far And that was true By his wlll be bequeathed HOOOO to found un asylum for poor artists born In Eng land and a magnificent art collection to his country This latter bequest was however coupled with the condition that his Rise and Vail of Carthage should bo hung In the Na tlonal gallery between Cluudes Sea port and MillLondon Graphic Didnt Give Him the Chance Sebopenbauer when staying In Ge neva used to go every day to a table dhote at which now and then appeared other distinguished visitors Once Lady Byron sat next to him Doctor said the host after she had left with a twinkle In his eye doctor do you know who sat next to you at the table today It was Lady Byron Why the deuce did you not tell me this before replied Schopenbauer I should have liked to be rude to her That was what I feared said the hostWand for that reason I kept It quiet Very Thorough New Yorks collector ot customs was talkIng about smug91lng Smuggling must cease ho said Well make It cease It we have to be as strict and thorough as the French customs officer This strict officer standing on the pier frowned on a tourist with a swollen cheek What have you got there ho said pointing to the swelling An abscesssir was the reply Wel1i said the officer Impatiently open It please Washington Star It Had an Effect Did that sarcastic letter you wrote to the milkman requesting him to lot you attend to the job ot watering tho milk now that you have a new filter In tho kitchen faucet have any effect It did said the jokester He do livers the bottles now only two thlyd- sfullNew York Sun The Error SandyDoctor man theres Ii wee bit r T this blll o yours YeTe charged me for advice Ah never tub itLoudon Punch I A Clean Man mayscrubmeansanew clean healthy tissues The man who is clean in this way thinkcleanblooddisorderbloodConsumption Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery I prevents these diseases It makes n mens insides clean and healthy It cleans the digestive organs makes pure clean blood and clean healthy flesh It restores tone to the nervous system and cures nervous exhaustion and prostration It contains no alcohol or habitforming drugs PelletW Not Read The- CourierJournal HENRY WdTERSON Editor WE CAN JlTmmm YOU THE HARTfORD REPUBLICAN AND TI- LEWeekly Courier Journal Year Both One For CI tO We 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on or write JOHN P DRAUGHON President DRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE Itxoceouvaol 1 EVANSVILLE ADUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELD MEMPHIS f 1 Hr1r 1 i I 1 i MAIR1ES IN SPITE OF DIFFICULTIES Georgia Girl Not Dettered by Want of Bridal i Robe An Atlanta Ga Dispatch says Arrayedonly In her nightgown and stockings Miss Columbita Cheek a prominent member ot Atlantas younger social set was married at 3 oclock eX Tuesday morning to Guy H Buchan an 1 Bucbannan and Jtlss Cheek had been engaged for sometime but the girls parents learned that the lovers plan ned to elope and they locked the girl In her room after taking away her clothingBuchanan heard ot his sweet hearts predicament and after mid night went In an auto to the Cheek home By throwing pebbles against her rwlndow he attracteed the girls fc attention and found her willing to elope though she admitted her trous seau consisted only of a nightgown and a pair of stockings By means of a stepladder Miss Cheek decended from the room Into the arms of her lover was placed In 4 the auto and hurried to the rectory of Emanuel Baptist church Rev W L Gilmore was aroused at 3 oclqck and quitely made the lovers husband and wife Mr and Mrs Buchanan went to a hotel rang up the Cheek home and told of her marriage coupling It with a request for the clothes of the bride In a short time the brides trunk arrived accompanied with blessings i How to Poison s Arthur Johnson of the Colora do Agriculture College says r The adult beetles congregate on the potatoes as soon asthey appear above the ground They live upon the leaves but generally are not suffi J clently numerous to do great Injury 7 When the vines are much eaten how ever It will pay to spray with Paris Green at the rate of one pound In a hundred gallons of water or a half pound In a barrel r An Insecticide which is fast gain Ing favor Is arsenate of lead This poison Is slower than Paris Green 1 but has some advantage which makes its use preferable It sticks firmly to the leaves and Is not washed off by light showers Enough will stick on the leaves to kill beetles weeks af ter the application is made There Is no danger ot burning the leaves of ttq plants if a good grade of lead Is used The farmer can use It as strong as isnecessary If the plants are tho roughly sprayed with this substance at tho rate of eight pounds to a hundred gallons of water when the first eggs hatch the poison will remain on the leaves until most of the other eggs are hatched and the young beet I killedArsenate of lead igonerally comes in the form ot a white paste To mix this substance first fill the spray er with water Then weigh out Inn pall the amount of lead required Pour a gallon or so of water on the lead and stir the substance very tho roughly with a stick Pour off the fop gently Into the machine through a strainer It will probably be found that a part of the lead has not been mixed Add more water and proceed as before Uthe grower has neglected the work until the leaves are being badly oaten by the insects lit will probably be better to spray with Paris Green at the rate of one pound of thegreen to seven tyf lye gallons of water One should use good machinery of t an uptodate pattern The oldfash ioned sprinkling carts are not us ed any more by progressive potato growers A laachlno which throws a fine spray of some kind under pres- Sure Is the only modern method No grower can afford to have a good potato sprayer at his command A modrn macehlne costs from t75 to = 125 ChlldrncryFaR CASTOR I A Strawberry Culture- A south exposure Is best for early I strawberries while a north exposure reaultsln late plants says Farm and Home Almost any kind of a soil containing considerable clay is satisfactory While a sandy land answers verve nicely for early fruit See that the laud la thoroughly fertilized with wellrotted barnyard manure which Is tree froflf weed seeds Set theplanta in rowa four feet apart and the pUaUTielf hteea to tweatyfoHr inches apart slatito ntW By allowing the- runaeratoadevelopajolid united row Jtr soon be formedwhich is undoubt r edlyt4eI set tlifaetory for a farm 1 0 1 i I i i 11F i garden Sot them In the spring cultivate between the rows and you will have no trouble with your strawberries As aoon as the fruiting season Is over cover lightly with straw stable man ure marsh hay pine needles or such to a depth of three inches On poor land stable manure is the most desirable Remove the mulch from the rows In early spring before growth starts and It there is danger of frost any time after that the mulch can easily bo replaced on a small plot When the strawberry bed has fruited for two or more seasons mow mow it off after the fruiting season and burn It over This will destroy Insect and fungous disease It Is well If matted rows are to be main tained to plow tho space between tho rows each season before the mulch It off after the fruiting season berries are permitted in the farm gar dens to occupy the entire space devoted to them and if properly fertilized and mulched fairly good crops may be secured Some of thee best varieties are Bubach Haverland and Warfleld with Bederwood Sharpness or Clyde as pollenlzers Mennonites Founder The Mennonites take their name from Menno Simons born In Wltmar sum Holland in 1492 He entered the priesthood of tho Roman Catholic church renounced Catholicism early In 1536 A severe persecution began to make Itself felt against his follow ers and having heard accounts of the colony established In the new world by William Penn they began to emi grate to Pennsylvania near the end of the seventeenth century The Minds Power Zola said a psychologist once wrote In a ladys album that his fa vorlte amusement was writing and his favorite wish a sudden death Zola died suddenly And It Is a strange thing said the psychologist that those who prefer a sudden death usu ally have theIr preference gratified Philadelphia Bulletin Cannibal Cave pwUlers Recent discoveries In Norway ot human bones mixed with hearth ashes indicate that the cave dwellers of the North cape were cannibals A Vicious Fish In South America there is a small fish that not only attacks Its fellows of the sea and river butMs greatly dread ed by the natives who during certain seasons have to ford the streams In which the carbttos are found Bathers nre often attacked by them the sharp chisel shaped teeth taking a bit from the flesh wherever they attack They ire perfect scavengers eating the ani wale that float down the river dead Dr alive Th Deduction Theres a proverb that fits every manWhat one fits mer To whom God gives office be als gives brains But I have no once Well dont you see bow It afar Cleveland Leader More to Come Maud So Helen and Jack have made up their qunrrel have they Ethel Yes but only temporarily They are going to be married eoon Boston Transcript The Bulldog The bulldog unlike tho majority of dogs very seldom barks In fact ow- Ing to the construction of his throat his attempts at barking are more like a burlesque of the real thing no wades into a tight without any vocal warning and the only sound ho emits Is his heavy breathing His courage Is astonishing and the largeness of his opponent never acts as a deterrent when hostilities are Imminent Still aa he Is not a quarrelsome dog he very rarely indulges In street brawls and as he is exceedingly good natured It takes a lot to rouse him The modern bulldog is undoubtedly a different looking animal from his bull fighting ancestors The most conspicuous Improvements Introduced by the present day fancy are largeness of bead width of chest heaviness of bone nod more typical tall Why She Was Pleased Do you mean to tell me that you actually overcame that ancient antipa thy of yours for Mrs Muggsby and called on her this afternoon saId hIs wifes husband- That about the size of It replied her husbands wife And she was glad to see you r There Isnt any doubt vbbut It Why do you thh kthatT Well I bad on that old dress Ive worn three seasons and a hat that Is entitled to prominent place In some museum for antiquities while she bad on a newCOWD just from Paris Obi yes Im sure she waa tickled to death lcallectriChtcqo A Sample of A popular comedian und playwright was praising the humorous value pi suggestions tit la funnier to suggest a thine be said than o say It out Play- wrlghtailagtildrelUemberthis Sugges tIOD I8IID nr on is what makes really tumiur taw little boy re marltteal4iatB r s Pii Iftea kelp tit with lay tHtts saetkJelmoR toalgatlll tell you wlwr ma MA your trousers New Yolk tout t aI f 101 t 1 a fJA r CHICKEN RACES The Ridiculous Hen Derby laU tutad by Sir John Astlay It Is said that the crowning triumph of Sir John Astley that Inventor of absurd contests whoso forte It was to arrange races between animals which nature apparently had made most un suitable for the purpose was the In stitution of the only races that ever took place between chickens Tbo story Is that the Idea came to Sir John during a visit to a friend who a large number of hens no noticed how rapidly the chickens used to scurry to their mother when food was thrown to her This furnished the Ingenious Sir John with a clever notion and at mess be then being quartered at Windsor he accordingly unfolded to his brother officers his plans for a great chicken race He bought from a farmer a ben and a brood of chickens Each officer was to choose a chicken and mark it with a ribbon so that he could easily recog nick It The chickens were to be placed about fifty yards away from their mother and whichever of them reached her first In answer to her cackle when food was thrown to her was to be ad judged the winner And so this ridiculous ben Derby came off in the barracks at Windsor and was witnessed by nearly the whole brigade of guards who traveled down from London especially to see It The race was such a success that It was arranged to repeat It the follow- Ing week It might possibly have be como a regular Institution and a rac- Ing stable of chickens might have been added to the attractions at Windsor bad not Sir Johns chicken won on each occasion with such ease as to cause suspicion In the minds of his competitors Indeed It was found It l Is said that In both races Sir John bad selected u sturdy young cockerel who was much too speedy for his sisters When victory was a certainty for ono particular competitor the contest of course lost Interest and so the chicken races at Windsor came to a sudden end New York Herod i A WITTY PASHA He Told the Missionary a Story to Ft the Occasion Official bribery Is common In the east and It Is a tender subject there as a humorous story told by the lato Rev Q H Jessup D D In his book Fiftythree Years In Syria bears witnessOne In 1873 Dr Van Dyck man ager of the press In connection with the work of propaganda of the Syrian Protestant college at Beirut was sent for by Kamll Pasha the governor to come to the sera I as ho was about to shut up the press for a violation of the press laws Dr Van Dyck proceeded to the sernl and asked the pasha what meantThe holding up a little tract said Was this printed at your press Yes Then It must be confiscated as It contains an attack on the Turkish gOY ernmentWherein asked Dr Van Dyck does It attack the government Tho pusba pointed out several pas sages which criticised tho bribery and corruption everywhere prevalent per jury and lying among witnesses and public officials and the fact that truth had fallen in the streets and equity could not enter Are not these statements truer said Dr Van Dyck Your excellency I ought to put a copy into the bands of every government official In your pa simile Is It not so Have you never heard the story of the Cadi el Ah War asked the pasha And what Is that queried the doctor Well began the pasha once there was o famous one eyed cadi judge One day a than came to court and ad dressed him as follows Good morning 0 one eyed cadi May your day be blessed O one eyed cadi I have heard of the noble char actor and justice of the one eyed cadi end I would ask the distinguished and revered one eyed cadi to do me jus tice and a Stopr interrupted the cadlSup posing I am one eyed do I want to be everlastingly reminded of It Get out of my sight And so concluded the pasha we know that those reflections on our country and our courts tire true but we dont want to be publicly reminded of ltV ANCESTRY Some Famous Personages to Whom It Meant Nothing The making famous of the expres sion I am my own ancestor Is usual ly credited to Andocho Junot for a time n marshal of France Junot bad risen from the ranks and became the Duke of Abrnntca and an Important figure at Napoleons newly formed court One day a nobleman of the old regime asked him what wee his ancestry Ah sir replied tbo spirited sol filer I know nothing about it I am my own ancestor Probably he had never hearoott4e similar remark made bjr Tiberius about tUARu fur He seems to me to bo from himself Napoleons reply to tho emperor of Austria wulna kindred vein The Au tilnwben Napoleon became hIs prospective soninlaw would fain have traced the Bonaparte lineage to some petty fertnce of Trevlso 1 am my own Rudolph of Hopsburg said Napoleon Under slwilar circumstance Napoleon silenced a genealogist patent fnobUli7 dates greatvietortthenian qyiJhi4JtCMt untoJO race by a descendant of Harmodlus that he was a shoemakers soil ho calmly replied begInswithAlmost the same words were used by Alexander Dumas when asked It ho were not descended from an apo covert sneer at his negro grandmoth er Very likely my ancestry begins where yours ends Voltaire In his Meropo says The first to become king was n successful soldier HP who serves well his coun try has no need of ancestry Conquered the Orchestra In his early lays Herr Arthur Hi klscb the famous conductor was ap- poInted to conduct a performance of operaBetbo time and the orchestra absolutely refused to play under so youthful a conductor They were only induced to do so when a director sold that if they were of the same mind after the over turo had been played they could then and there hand in their resignations Tho overture was a veritable triumph for Nlklscu and with profuse apolo gies tbe orchestra offered him their congratulations London T1t Bits Dodging the Bore The tardy clubman paused at the door of the smoking room Blngley he asked in a whisper has Slodger given out tbe dally state ment of bis health and told all about his symptoms yet Yes said the man Inside tbe door lies Just finished All right Ill come inChlcago Tribune Conclusive Brlggs Its too bad about Winkle and the girl he is engaged to Neither of them Is good enough for the other Grlgps What makes you think that Well Ive been talking the matter over with both families Life It is useless to attempt to reason a nan out of n thing he was never rea toned Into Swift TURNERS AMBITION The Great Painter Achieved It by Years of Self Sacrifice Turner could not bear to sell a favorite painting He was always mel ancholy after such a transaction I lost one of my children this week he would sadly exclaim At a meeting at Somerset House It was decided to pur chase his two great pictures the Rise and the Fall of Carthage for the National gallery A Mr Griffiths was commissioned to offer 5000 for them A noble offer said the painter a noble offer but no 1 cannot part with them Impossible Mr Griffiths greatly disappointed took hIs leaVe Turner ran after him Tell those gentlemen be said that the nation will most likely have the pictures after all Long before this Turner had matured a purpose which continued to be his dominant Idea while life lasted This was to bequeath to his country a Turner gal lery of pictures and to amass 100000 to build and endow an asylum for decoyed artists It was for this great object that he denied himself all pleas ures that cost money all luxuries Ills resolve onco made could not be shaken On one occasion he was offered 100000 for the art treasures locked up In the den Give me the key of the house Mr Turner said a Llv erpool merchant and here Is the money No thank you replied Turner I have refused a better of fer And that was true By his will he bequeathed 110000 to found an asylum for poor artists born In Eng land arid a magnificent art collection to his country This latter bequest was however coupled with the con dltlon that his Rise and Fall of Carthage should be hung In the Na tional gallery between Claudes Sea port and MillLondon Graphic Didnt Give Him the Chance Schopenhauer when staying In Ge neva used to go every day to a table dhote at which now and then appeared other distinguished visitors Once Lady Byron sat next to him Doctor said the host after she had loft with a twinkle In his eye doctor do you know who sat next to you at the table today It was Lady By ronWhy tho deuce did you not tell me this before replied Schopenhauer I should have liked to be rude to her That was what I feared said the host and for that reason I kept it quiet Very Thorough New Torks collector of customs was talking about smuggling Smuggling must cease he said Well make It cease if we have to boas strict and thorough as tho French customs officer This strict officer standing on the pier frowned on a tourist with a swollen cheek What have you got there he said pointing to the swelling An abscess sir was the reply Well said the officer Impatiently open It please Washington Star It Had an Effect Did that sarcastic letter you wrote to the milkman requesting hIm to let you attend to the job of watering the milk now that you have a new filter In the kitchen faucet have any effect It did said the Jokester He delivers the bottles now only twothirds fullNew York Sun + The Error Bandy Doctor man theres a wee bit error i this bill o yours TeVe charged me for advice Ah never tuk It London Punch l O lair lp tri r A Clean Man Outside cleanliness is leu thin half the battle A man may GoodlIealtha clean stomach clean bowels clean bloodta clean liver and new 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ARMORED VAULTS i r Tv Whole Building Is Embedded In a Solid Concrete Foundation and the nderground Strong Rome Are In pregnableTheNiyht Watch I The Vhllndelpllla mint always con tulM coin nudhuliion which tluctuntos- Sn salue each day between II unit und thre quart rs ofa bill Iou dollnrs One hundred mllllons of dollars of this amoul1t is ii silver dollars stored for- scvcrahyears In aroom by Itself 100 by w feet fn area b ut300OOOOOO- Is hs gold colnfflitiy to lie put in elr- cubJou or Jp be stored In the nationa- ltreasury at WAhlngton ngalnst the Is tee ofa correspoudhng number ot gold eerUflcates A mlllon or two Is In bronze and nickel coins Finally an- aowtunt ot lIulllon varying from a small Quantity to several hundred millions ot dollars worth occupIes the fClGr mUlI8ho vaults designed for thu- etnculnetl metal Now how Is this vast hoard pro tecied First of all the whole mint Is em theddeel Ina solid concrete foundation about thr e feet deep Concrete as- ewers one knows Is one of the strong tof all ijlOwn substances and the most Impervious to drilling or wear Then on thu Interior where the raults are placed within this concrete pruteen lien eumes u solid armor of battleship stcva six Inches thick so strung that ID expert working on It u week could fiCUeJ nuke on Impression much less penetrate It by hand tools The vaults themselves are sunken eerily below the ground Descending sec ial tlights of stairs and passing IIJ doors guunled by n fearsome o- rI ot rifles fur use by the night guarnls u long fairly wide corridor or rolld concrete masonry shows the entrances to the six vaults one for ne sliver already referred to one for all Linds ot coinage but mostly for gold anll the remulnlng four for the- gold silver nUll nickel bullion The korue lJulllon lies in another room by- 1laelt but ns u few dollars worth or tbs substance makes an ullcomforta- blJ heay loud It Is not thought nec essars to surround pt with the minute mfqul1nls used In the case or the predous metals The vaults themselves have a double combination That to the outer door M known by the cashier only and that to the Inner door by the ctstodlau of tile TlnltJi only To enter a vault both ern have to be together and It Is a rule Of the department that both shall etav together till the Inspection o- rotbr object for which the huge safe iia cpMntd Is accomplished EnterIng one of these great cages after eve mluutes working nt the combination one finds himself In n liD1e room partitioned otf In fifteen COlrl11utments by steel gratings of the roDellt kind A straight passage oils feet wide and the height of the chanltr goes down the length of the ram from the door At the entrance are stored the bronze colas the cents about 80OUO worth of them hut the amount varies from day to day text- r are the more prlocluulI nickel coins or tbich the value usually totals about OOO- OJJIooII these storage places n steel alai doot In the passuge Itself has tn IJr opened and thou still another to get eoupletely to the cud of the mom All along the length of this- passageway from the entrance to the anlt to the end lire the cOUlpar- t2n81ts for the coins separated from the passageway by exactly the same kind of gratings DM those which divide the rray itl lflnlb sections rb bottom the sides nud the top of this vault are Ituerl with steel plates and about the entire vault Is the three fod prnteetlon ot concrete Within the vault itself are the separate ollllart marts each loclwil These compurt meats are eXllmlllel1 shortly utter the sad of the tlllllIl year nud are then alud by the examiners so that any- eatrnnge to therm would be impossible without the breakage of the seals In 4aCb eompllrtmeut devoted to the sto- rar of gold the coin Is stored first In hats which contain iOOO each In half- esgles eagles or double eagles and then these bugs are arranged twentyy on II sbeif Each shelf I1as thus 100 un on It The shelves lire nrrlllljlli in- IuwE downward ten from toil to bottom pf the cotapartment each row biasing thus IOOOnOO In gold In It Electricity Ilghta the entire section ot each vault anti the electric current 4s so arranged that If It were possible for the vaults to be tampered with till Iectrlclty would Immediately give no Ike outside that something WOK wrung A detachment of guards every night Is stntloned at the entrance to the lrways leading to tho corrIdor which gives access to the vaults them rzhee Their orders are to shoot down 1IJ one attempting uu entry For the protection ot the mint from fire n well drilled tire brigade has cbzrge ot the extinguishing apparatus Zbae are thirtyone fire alarm sta- caeo located In the corridors and zooms throughout the buIlding At nIght everyflfteen minutes thirty oee watchmen ring IS signal notifying die watch in the telephone room that an le well All these 1Deo carry re- olvergdurtng the night watch It the ayoal from any watchman Was not ka1d at the time an nt alarm would be Jlecord I aouadedPhnaJphlat j q H 7 BIRTH OF AN 1I BERG lThPr l I Expeience of Twqhint arctic Explorer 0 E commnn kr of- thaanta ctie expedition ot 189JS pearly lost Ms Ilk by 1i lde t of p na- turo8o peculiar that Jt is pfobgble no- oetberr could duplicate the experl- e tho toot ot Mount Terror ID- February 1000 he landed Jrombls ship l1yt riptalri Jensen and other men Then wishing to take a picture shore he sent his boat lIiick tq thettessei to get n camera nod llIe and a InlnJcusen wlyIleftaldne- on t J beach Before ille boat returned n strange Qed awful flilll- gh flOnedMr Borchgreilnk told the story In the Outlook A roar acid a rush with tremendous exploslouushook beach The us than the perpen- dieuiiu cocks above uswero Yalltng Then we realized what was taking placethe mighty glacier Immcd- latelt to the West ot us was giving birth to aulcebergM- 1111ons of tons of Ice pl Into the ocean Wo Could see g bP yond an immense cloud roiling snow The water rose from the plunge ot this nntnrctlc monarch I sang out to Jensen Now we shall have to face the wace We MIRhrdto the highest poJnt of our limited beach four feet above the sea We saw advancing on us a dark green ridge with a white crest I called to Jensen to struggle for dear life We clutched the uneven rocks with our backs toward the advancing water Although it could not have taken more than seven minutes the time seemed long before the water closed over our beads Floating upward scramllllng upon the rocks I tore the nails from my flesh In my endeavor to keep trombe lug dragged out After the second wave wo again felt the rocks under our feet At the place where Jensen and 1 first stood the rock was wet twenty feet abovl our heads It was some what lower when It struck us Where the wave had struck with full force the face otthe rock had been altered and rocks were still fulling when the three men In the boat found us bleeding and torn Two facts had saved us To our rIght a email peninsula ot ice protruded some lire feet from the rock and the rock Itself bent toward the west From the moment It struck the curve or the monntaln rock to the west ot us the ware took u course more easterly than where Jensen and I stood the Product A parish In the highlands hall bncut orT from communication with thee nearest town owing to a severe storm Supplies began to give out and the minister Was much perturbed In mind as his snutrboxwas quite empty The Salllloth came round now was hI to get through his discourse without the aid ot his usual stimulant lie appealed to his faithful henchman the sexton Alas he was In u similar un satisfactory predleawent How was It to lie remedied Andresq shook his head thought long and stfddenly dls appeared IrcHently ho returned with something sclllllllng snutT wrapped carefully In The minister took a hearty pinchor two and then asked Where did you get It Andrew Please sir I just went and sweeplt the pulpit oout was the replyDun dee Advertiser Spoke Too Soon Alexundro Dumas was ono day the guest of Dr histni u leading practl tloner In Marseilles After dInner while the cotfee was being haullld round the host requested the great novelist to enrich his album with one ot his witty Improvisations Certainly replied Dumas with n smile and drawIng out a pencil he wrote under the eyes ot his entertainer the following linen Since Dr Olstal came to our town To cure diseases casual and here41tIUY The hospital hu boon pulled down You flatterer here exclaimed the doctor Mightily pleased but the pOEt went on And wo have made II larger cemetery An ltniikely Substitute When I was teuchln 111 the kinder garter I always tried to impress on lilY pupils the necessity ot neatness One little girl repeatedly forgot her hondkcrchlef One day t said to her Use your kerchief She as usual tordot it- I said You did not forget your lunch did you She looked up in great surprise and sold I tant wipe my nose on an apple tan IDelineatorPractical Pa heros u piece ot poetry that says something about a monted grange What Is u mouted grange in Lemme look at It I guess that must be a misprint for garage A moated garage Is one thats designed for motors Tbata itClevefaud Plain Dealer ContraryDlsn is inclined to be somewhat tontm11 Jsnt he- DriggsCoutrnry Why If he bad two ideas in his bead they would taU out with each utberl The Rooster Not the Only One You aU laugh at the rooster for imagining the sun rises only with his permistlon and upon being announced by him l1Jw much different ire you Can 10 lcoDcrvp Qfnwok1 without you to ltdLawrence Mo 1 Journal Sklhtul pllots gala there reputation trom storga and temJJeltaEplcuJUA f w c a r A PATHETIC DUEL M r gad Sequel to a Msethnr Jwrite Days When Middles FourMr 1 One of the most patbetlciduels In the early history oftha Atsertcannavy was that between two young mldship eI1 whose names are noj glyenln the record according to a recent Their Shill was In the Mnlayau waiters One hot night theybuhrreled over the question ot leaving apeh the scuttle The dispute was finally settled amlcably by thoexehang4 of rots A superior officer who had overheard theIr heated words J adojJIf p lh to pnc ot the mldshipiuea ho would have to cnllouti ifs trlcnl If tie wished fo retain tberespect ot his trlend To avoid ostracism and to coliform to the etandardbfbouorlm posed by his supdrlofs Uib hnadihllng- mldsblpmgn challenged r+ r The meeting occurred on the seashore lie wroto ot ftqtterwl1nl all follows Upon the signal we both- fired I found toyself wounded and was about td lean upon myseconds arm when t perceived my bpponent fall upon the sgnd My on wound was lu the fleshy part ot the thigh It did not prevent my runnIng to the prostrate figure of my old friend whose face exhibited intense ain and kueeling down by his side r Implored his forgiveness which he Instantly granted My despair at his tate knew noo bounds and accusing myself br his murder I upbraided with thobJttcrest reproaches those who had urged me to send tho challenge JTor weeks after his cot was attended by hlalate oppP- nent whose greatest Joy was to antic Pate his wants The wounded youth recovered but had a withered arm and leaving the service died of a broken heart Amorica It was nn Eugllshmn who after traveling from Now York toSL Louis was asked In the latter city it ho was going west leavens what a come try Hero I am a thousand miles from the yea and Im asked Jt Im going westIt an American who alighting in Sun Francisco from a trip across the continent which bad been Impeded lIy heavy tratflc grasped his friends hand at the station and exclaimed with pride What on empire where a man though moving nil the time can be twentyfour hours late on a railroad train It Is un empire nod powerful as vastWashington Star Charles Reads Mistake It was Charles Ucndc wasnt Iti who wrote Nothing Is so terrible ns a tool Yes but he was wrong I live next door to a newly married couple It Charles could see them he would at once admit that two tools arc even more terribleChlengo Record Her aid The DiNer nce Mrs DashThe Idea of Mrs Rash having society asplratlonel lthyher father was a peddler Mr DashYes shes entirely too forward She ought- to hang back until people have forgot ten It Now in your case my dear It was your grandfather whe was a peddler The greatest trust between man and man Iii the trust or giving counsel Bacon IU Buy Rlncksmlth Business Mr J W Bennett has sold Ills blacksmith outfit on the corner of Main and Union streets to Messrs W HH and J T Gillespie who will conduct the business lit the future Mrl3gnnett has gone back to his old shop at Beaver Dam r Special Notice AU or any persona having claims against the estate of the late L F Condlct must have them properly proven and presented to me at my office In Hartford Ky on or before October the 16th 1910 or they will be forever barred All p4rsons know Ing themselves indebted dC ceased by note account or any other way must settle at onCe E T WILLiAMS 8U Executor of L F Conflict t WALTQNS CREEK Sept lalirs Carl Denton and children of Cloverport spendJ a few daps last week with Mr Tom Benton and family Miss Anna Carter the efficient teacher of ROugh River School atlent Saturday and Sunday wItH her par eats Mr and Mrs R B Carter of near SimmonsShewas lccmpan by little Misses Mary Jar Maddox and Norma RosS Mr W P Maddox and familyspent Saturday night arid Sunday with relatives In the Weat Providence neigh boyhood Mr and Mrs Sam Oglesby vltsttod Mrs OglesbYs father Mr Tins ley of the No Crddelt nelghlorhoo3 Sundayx r Darn to the wife of Mr John Tins leySopt7th a fine boy Mr E A Carter of near Matanzas was the guest or A Ross Sunday Mesara Nathan and George Moat B9q1 ery were at pentertqwn Sunday afternoon tl r +rt Mr Eddie Ashby visited friends near Beaver Dani Sunday t Mr d R CTaylor and daughter Misses iva andOii left last Tae n4 a V SiI j j jS j j i J j J iI 31 ftI n lri oJ t let Shp v YQti Our e uat a- PR it fi Ii BUuoiESand S RIEQ f II 1 Weare headquarters for the famous Owensborothe genuide Geo G Delker and Banner 8 s and Surries which arefully guaran = = teed Theywill last Jongerand run easier than any other buggy or- surtey ron thq market = tfii At THE OHIOCOUNTY SUPPLY COAtfi Yiicorpordtod r= IHaxtford Y KentL1cky = tfi y I www day September 6th for Arizona They were accompanied by Mr Chester Rowe and family Miss Iva will spend the winter on her claim and teach school and Miss Ona will go to school to her Mr Rowe Is seeking a more healthful location We were eer- talnly sorry to give them up but our loss Is Arlzonas gain Mr Crls Ashby and wife visited Mrs Ashlls brother llr Alex Rhoads of Cromwell Sunday SOLDIERS liHE FOR THE ARMY MANEUVERS Company H Third Kentucky N Q emllracg Hartford local militia left earl Sunday morning over the M H E for Fort Den Harri son near Indianapolis Ind to participate In the army maneuvers at that place A large crowd of Hart ford people was at the train to see the boys off They went fortyelght strong and presented quite an Impos Ing appearance The people of Ohio county are proud of their soldier boys and have Just cause to be The following composed the roll call Capt Jas M DeWeeso First Sergt C B Shown q M Segt W E Liles Duty Sergts Oscar Flee er C W DeWeese Corporals Fred Bennett John Steven PrIvates Walter Gray Seymbro Bennett Fletcher Bennett Clarence Carson Clarence Howard Orland Park Shel by Park Clayton Park Emmett Park Estill Smith Thos Smith Bef- nle Carpenter Jesse Hoagland Den nis Hoagland Wilson Jones Harry Houtt Chem Schroader Rowan Ra ley Joe Chapman Albert Rowe Wash Rowe Clarence Rowe Rufus MJntgn Cecil DeWeese Fritz Jenny Rolly Johnson Den Blair Harlan Wigglnton Chas Manker Joseph Drownd Marvin Warner James Lewis J Ney Foster Seth Riley Herbert Felix Willie Plrtle Herbert Stewart Ira Moxley musicians Es- tlil Wllkfns Ernest Moxley- t Pay Your TAXESRepresentaUvesof ty Sheriffs offfi wUl beat the fo1 lowIng enlaces at the thnea tdlCatOd for the purQoSaof iSSuing tax to- cpts and you will save bomtlig do- tabu county seat o avold the 120oee- 6ltyof a trtelt to Your hemeby arring- gag 4o settle tn thtsmaouoer DEPUTY SHERIFFS 0KEOWN Will beat Wtotollowtng places Bells Run Sept 22 Jtalph Sept 23 ttilagau Sept 24i ISjICentertown Sept 27j T Matanzas Sept 28- ISmallhot s Sept 29 forenoon Coral VO In the Afternoo- nbeanfieldOct 6 forenoon Aetnavllle- In the afternoon 1Herbert OcL6 forenoon Haynes tne In the afteraooit y i- Fgrdsvilio JOct71 4 lot Danr 10 UerIBMcHenry Oct 15 j r J tV W 7 11 r t 1 i I METHODIST CHURCH j Next Sunday will be the last preaching service at the Methodist church in Hartford before the an nual conference Preaching I1t 11 a m and 730p m bY the pastor who desire a full attendance especially of members Fine congregations at Mt Hermon last Sunday both morning and even Ing The morning eme was Why I am a Methodist which was given excellent attention In the evening The Mistakes of Young People was well received by an appreciative con gregation largely composed of the youngThe Louisville Annual Conference will convene atRuBsellvllle Ky Sept 28 BIshop John C Kilgoof Durham N4 will preside BIshop Kllgo Is one of the newly elected bishops and his first visit to the con ferenco Is looked for with great In terest Itls to be noped his presl = dency and appointments will give general satisfaction PASTOR r Seed WheatHarvest King Re cleaned aid True to Name Harvest King Is smooth head wheat red In color and Is one of the most lopular varieties grown in Kentucky Heads medium long and well filled with short plump grain A tine mil rlngnlnetysevenlor ducl6 a large yield the yield having reached as high as fifty bushels per acre on the Kentucky Experimental Farm at Lexington in year 1900 The quality Is the best I have ever grown While the suPPlY lasts I am- ofterbag m ropat4 10 per bushel Send in your order early as orders are coming In fast and the time for sowing Is drawing near Tbax cingyou inttdvance for your patronage am yours truly kG AUSTIN 7t4y PrenUs Ky President Taftmay abandon his trip to Paafma which YM planned for lovember tll understood that several Republican leaders have endeavored to convince blm that the political sltuaUon requires his pros nMrWfr once a it7 w hM SItll r Yla I Eltnlaaptcy In the uHofthec United Staee f l It wern district 9t Kentuckynltidro DIvlslon- In tma o hlirhlli NayiIe Ht i YY I tY I derr entered In e 22ndabovelMylMday of AugtLt ffi910tr Ung a sale of m des crtrbcd said estate will OU rulbi1I1Uii1Jt18 September A D J Jjiii otcit 111 tt- re j the drug xx1the Griffin Drug it K ntuck1 otter toit ublIdauction to tiff highest and e 1 fob perty- e owing deecrlbec td property coneletsot fea1 and potaonal property asttolkivsi i A br k business o so n4 lot onCe titreet 1 Hartf ddKymore J3eJngFredWoeraer N Elcomner eqFos Alley bibrj C t1t tbeaceN- Et with Center street 20feet to A- qr1 1 t rS- v iIr jO otroj fIc e rSmlthsfeet thence S W 25 feet thence SIE 75 fet to the beginning and be lag the same property conveyed to Sallie T Griffin by Z W Griffin Sr on JanUary 30th 1879 by deed recorded In the offIce or the Clerk of the Ohio County Court In Deed nook No I page 108 and Inherited by the bankrupt from the said Sallie T Griffin Also another parcel of ground ad joining the foregoing and beginning at the N W corner of the foregoing lot and In the line of the Barnett Barnett Smith lot thence N W 31 feet to corner of Barnett Smiths lot thence N E with their 25 feet to Ap ple Alley thence N W with Apple Alley 11 feet to the corner of the lot formerly owned by the Union Church thence S W with the line of said Mor4tonlot No 49 then with a line of said lot S E 42 feet to a to now owned by Barnett thence N With the line of said lot L Ft Woerner and the foregoing lot O feet to the beginning and being same property conveyed to Sallie T Griffin as above stated and Inherited by the said bankrupt from the said Sallie T Griffin his moth Both together appraised at 330000 2 One stock of drugs druggists sundries toilet article paints and other merchandise and the old prescrip tions and Includlnk the fixtures and everything In the drug store except the soda fountain and the appurtenances belonging theretosuch as ta bles chairs refrigerator chargl apparatus c appraised at 26620I 3 ItBappurteInances Including tables chairs retrig erator chargIng apparatus glasses c appraised at 6725 4 One lot of accounts appraised nt 20000 one lot or notes appraised jtt tat 10150 one share In Hartford Tp bacco Wwl1Quse Company stock ap praised at 3500 these to be sold la separate Items and for cash The Trustee will Tint offer prpoerty described la i 2 anti 3 separately beiwill theqoffer 2 and 3 together fwill thotfer 1 2 stud 3 together d nccep thtpglethod bringing the most AeIXt gfsaldoUertyexcept that d clbed In 4e ut111ie hold onethirdc- ashh oDthIroix months an Ant i thiduo trrelve tie pxrct1aso 8 tq b t1tlqulrcd to execute btnM wIW good security for the defefredaayrnenta l earlag In tifre lr intne date ot sale and Payable tothe Trustee with lien te tamed bii the property as additional e rltiJJ trAll ofsaid property will be sold fre- orrUegsr op This August 23rd AAD19f0I ERNEST WOODWARD 6t4 Trustee In Bankruptcy i lotlce Tobacco growers are requested to sign pooling pledgesand forward JCovery earnest I1Jed Its poesibtetkeamott tllisysar PIet19 atteatl ialtiftsat 0t8I arid i d V tkeP1eig l t t- D1 P Chin 1 i 10 7704t1 T t Ai v t r f tJ 7if r f3 Z fLlwrMw +rf