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I 1jtL Jkntfd flqublicau Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year I VOL XXIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 1910 No 10 ISPEAKER CANNON IS RENUMINATED Makes Strong Speech In Favor Protective TaHff Democrats Would Increase Government Expenses by Appropriating 500000000 Danville Ill Sept 21Speaker Joseph G Cannon in accepting his twentieth nomination for Congress to day said tho present tarot needed no defense and declared agitation for its revision dangerous to the welfare of 4the country He said In part Gentlemen In accepting this twentieth nomination for Represen tative I want to express my convic tions that this is to be a campaign for the serious considertaion of the one national policy whisk touches every man Jn the country That Is the policy as to how we are to raise one billion dollars a year for the expenses of the various func tions that have been put upon the Federal treasury not by one party or one section of the country but by the whole people by their agita tion for the development of agri culture the regulation of railways the inspection of mines the improve ment of rivers and harbors the paY- s ment of pensions to the veterans of our wars the maintenance of the ark my and nay the carp of National forests the reclamation of arid lands and the multiplicity of other demands that are made on the Congress for f v appropriations and supported as a rule by a majority regardless of political division The minority party In Congress air ways Indulges in talk about economy but they vote for the largest appropriations II There are now In the va oftDemocrats alone which would call for appropriations amounting to nearly =500000000 more than was appropri atedThe tariff contest today Is Just what it has been for fifty yearsa contest between protectlpn and free trade We now have In command of the Democrats in the House of Rep rosentat ves a man who has never at tempted to dodge or explain away the Democratic position The Hon Champ Clark announced himself a free tra- deri from the sole of niy feet to the crown of my head as he expressed It when he came to Congress and ho has been consistent in that declara tion throughout his public service With Mr Clark as the Democratic leader of those who are dissatisfied with the Payne tariff law there ought to be no misunderstanding as II to what the contest means It is progressive only toward free trade JtiS reactlonaq as to all the pro gress we have made under protctlon in the lost half century The agitation for another tariff re vision or another attempted revolution in our revenue policy Is just as dangerous to the welfare of the whole It people as was that of 1894 when the Willson tariff was enacted- I have no defense to make of the Payne law for It needs none It Is the enactment of the pledges made by the Republican national convention of 1908 It Is in keeping with the policy of protection which the Re- pUblican party has maintained as the correct revenue policy ever since tho election of Abraham LI colnln fact it Is In harmony with the very J first revenue legislation of the first I Congress under the administration of Washington That policy Is to pro tact the American producer from the unequal competition of the foreign fproducer in otd rthae maykeet our labor on a higher plane n 11eJabor of Europe Asia and theta lands at the seA j The credit of a nation can be ex- X hausted as Is that bf an individual While talking jabout conservation would k ttotbeT well to see that our edli to conserved We must pay iaswe go- Many talk of economy but they iatp geaerMiy rtattepeCftlo lattbeir rave beyoadythe 1 speculative f teof Sk1s queottor Jt hff d 4 VAy 4- T t II II o Us now intensely practical or will be after the first of November IrlCongress is elected commissioned to go tack to the reactionary policy of 1894 with the business conditions of todayI not a Jeremiah for I have falthin the good sense of the People even when advised by those who are peddling novelties In governmental policies to keep abreast of this ago ofpublicityMy about progress la that it should be a movement forward not simply a loud noise about the neces sity forthe movement nor an extra vagant promise to accelerate the movement If given control of the machine I have seen men who promised to get sixty miles out of an engine that had been making only thirty miles an hour If they could get hold of the lever and I have seen some of them In their Ignorance reverse the engine sending It and the whole train backward I have met the man who claimed he could extract gold from sea water but I have also seen John T Raymond play Col Mulberry Sellers and hoard him get off that dramatic sentence Theres millions In It and I have measured the serious pretentious of Uie former with the comedy of Ray mond as he illustrated the humor of Mark Twain I may be a little oldfashioned in such matters but I prefer a demon stration to a declaration and our friends the enemy who are demand Ing another tariff revision to bring Into effect a revenue tariff in place of he protective tariff look to me like reactionaries who would reverse the engine and go back over this phenomenal half century of progress to the old order before the war NUNEMAWAT r JfC SALT SULPHUR He Arrived There Late Last Tuesday Evening union W Va Sept 21Frank C Nunemacher president of the Louisville Board of Trade who myster iously left his home in Louisville last Friday morning arrived at Salt Sulphur Springs last night late worn out from a long walk and exhausted from lack of food His condition is such that no deatalls of his wander- Ings can be secured from him He is at Salt Sulphur Springs now In the care of Gen J W M Appleton with whom Mr Nunemacher has stopped each summer for many years and who Is Mr Nunemachers personal friend Gen Appleton has provided for the nursing and treatment of Mr Nunemacher and under constant care some Improvement In his physical and mental condition is shown but as yet It Is said his mental condition Is not such at this time that he can tell a coherent story No one is allowed in his room but his attendants It Is said that he told them that he left Louisville with on Ily 18 cents In his pocket and for four days or until he reached Salt Sulphur Springs he had not had p taste of food He has not explained why he left Louisville It Is said except to say that he wanted to visit Salt Sulphur Springs where he had spent many delightful summers I Baptist Church The meeting at Render Is progros sing nicely Services each night at 7 oclock through all this week and probably most all of next week Usual services In Hartford Sunday Morning worship at 11 oclock theme of sermon My Partner Evening worship at 7O oclock theme of sermon Woman behold they Spa Behold thy Mother The B Y Pr U meets in the Baraca room at630 pm The pastor will preach at Concord Saturday afternoon at 230 oclock and the Sunday afternoon appointment will likely be changed to the first sunday on the account of the nesting at Render Preaching at Reader Sunday afternoon at 23Q ociockt Everybody ooh Idlaflyinvited to all these services Jil BRUNERf Piaster B DEFENDS HARTFORD FROM INJUSTICE Dignified Explanation Concern ing Soldiers Re union Editor Hartford Republican An ar tide In the Hartford Herald this week signed An Old Veteran and which does not give the address of the wri ter goes back to the Fourth of July Reunion at Hartford in order to rip up the town generally for the fall ure of that meeting just why the writer declines to give his name or address and watts so long to draw his indictment we do not know Hartford requested the mooting and attempted to do all that any other town has ever done for a like occa sion The Commercial Club appoInt- ed the following committee to make necessary arrangements for the din ner music etc F L Felix A C Yelser and C M Barnett Mr Barnett met with a serious accident on June 30th and was unable to be preS- ent or to take any part In the pro ceedings However before that day the committee made a contract with Mr Tilford of Beaver Dam the same party who had charge of the reunion dinner the year before under which he agreed to furnish the old veterans and wives and widows free dinner erect a suitable speakers stand and furnish free ice water on the grunds The committee also arranged with the Centertown band to make music on that occasion Mr R A Anderson an old veteran member of Preston Morton Post made out the program which was printed In the local papers and 1500 copies were printed In cir cular form and distributed in Ohio and adjoining counties free of charge to the soldiers Of course Hart ford Is not to blame for the downpour of rain which early In the morning destroyyed the flags bunting and other decorations which the business men of Hartford had putout in honor of the occasion and which had also been placed upon the court house by the county officials If the Weather had been good there Is no doubt but what the occasion would have been a success If the dinner ar rangement was not all that it should have been we think gracious allow ance should be made on account of the downpour of rain the day and night before and also on that day and the only wonder is that any din ner could have been prepared at all We do not know why the Mayor of Hartford did not attend to his duties and comply with the program He may speak for himself The Hartford fair ground was not selected by the Hartford papers for the place of meet- Ing as An Old Veteran states but was selected by the committee acting In conjunction with the loran veteran and secured as the most available place at or near Hartford for the meeting We are exceedingly sorry that this meeting was a failure but we Insist that it was almost entirely due to the rain which kept many people away and made conditions both in town and at the grounds such as to preclude any great dlsplayy upon the part of tho citizens of Hartford or anyone else Hartford has no grudge against the old soldiers or anyone else and certainly would not have Invited them hero in order to offer them any insult or unkind treatment i A HARTFORD CITIZEN HowardEdge- Miss Pearl Howard and Dr O W Edge of WhltesvJHe came to Owens boro Thursday and were married on Thursday night at the Methodist par sonage by Rev J H Young They left this morning on thovL H and St L train for a short bridal tour after which they wlll return to Whltesvlllefto make fhefrf tulO hom Mrs Edge is the daughter of Mr W F Howard a merchant at Ralph and Is a popular young lady In the vl clnlty in which she lives Dr Edge is prominent physician at Whites vllle Owensboro Inquirer rr Notice Beaver Dam Magisterial Dlatric t Union A 8 of E will meet with r Rob lloy local at Excelsor schoolhouse SetubdayQctoberl1910HORACE Sec YS i 0 0 BUSINESS MENMUST ACT Should take Part in Campaign 1This Fall For Republicans In New England alone investors have at least 250000000 of their money In securities o Now Efngland mill corporations By sitting Idle at this time and delivering the country over to the Insurgents and the Democrats they will suffer a loss of at least 15 a share on every share of stock they own In mill corporations and in returrn they can buy cloth for one or two suits of clothes for per haps 3 to 5 leis than at the preS- ent tine In addition to the loss in the market value of their shares they will rocelveo reduced dividends arid perhaps no dividend at all as for many months the textile industry wIll be parallzod Those progressives as they style themselves are baiting their trap with the Tariff principally because their districts are remote from Now England and textile schedules do ndt effect the Industries In their see tions anyone heard them shout inK for reductions on any product in witch a largo number of their con- st uents are Interested Certainly no The New England congressmen Join Ing the ranks of these bolters rae no better than traitors In our opinion be cause they are betraying the Indus try that gives Now England Its life and being There Is no wrong In the Tariff in the estimation of these Insurgents ex cept in tile textile schedules No con sideration is gives the millions of Now Englanders dependent upon this Industry and they can be contin ued out o femployment indefinitely so far as the progressive law matt ers are concerned simply to give a plausible campaign argument with which to fool the people The Tariff agitation has cost the mill operators dear and It has also cost the storekeepers thousands of dollars in our mill communities Another revision will keep the countryy In an uproar for two or three years and tile suffer ing will be Intense Mills cannot do business because the demand for their output will be so restricted and we will get a repetition of the Wilson Tariff times as sure as the sun rises andsets if there Is to be any Tariff thinking by the next Congress If the ones most directly interest ed the New England investors mer chants and mill operatives will take an active interest In tho coming elec tions the solid front presented by New England congressmen will prevent any changes and then the coun try will settle down to business and there will bo Beady employment at Thing wages for all seeking work To the A S of E People It seems that tho Farmers Educational and Cooperative Union Is trying very hard to capture our or- ganIzation in Ohio county by iprosely ting from our locals Etc Now I want to say that It seems to me that these organizers of thee F E iC U are acting In bad faith with us In this matter especially In view of the feat that a Joint convention of the F E C U and the A S of E was held at St Louis during the first week of last May wherein tho matter of consolidating the two organizations was conslderedA Joint committee representing the two organizations was in session nearly all week working out the terms of consolidation An agreement was reached by said committee the rec ommendations of the committee was considered in joint convention and adopted and the matter of working out said recommendations was to be taken up by each organization with their respective membership and to be finally acted upon in their National 1 Conventions this fall Among the recommendations of the Joint Committee was thisthat during the time tha his matter of consolidation is being considered by the members the organizers of each organization should keep out of each others ter ritory i Why doesnt the Farmers Union live up to this agreement en- pecially as there is quite a number of counties yet in Kentucky where noltherbia u yet been organized Why do they not go to this unor ganized territory and also to the counties where their organization is badly in need of revival or reorgani zatlon work Even if no agreement existed to this effect this surely should be the policy of both organi zations As I am sure that every candid person will agree that two organizations working for so nearly the same objects are not needed In the same county us it wuoid result In less rather than more coopera tion Theirs seems to bo an effort at absorption rather than coopera tion or consolidation Now candid ly brethren of the A S of E I think It is our duty to insist upon a fair deal according to the terms of the St Louis agreement in the meantime we surely have obligations to our own society that should re- ceIve ourfirst nttentionswhat do you hope to accomplish that cannot be legitimately done through the A S of E or through a proper consoli dation of all into one We have too many small pools of crops now we are loosing money by not being unit ed We should not arouse more strife by overreaching the bonds of Justice and fairness as State organ izer for the A S of E I have all the whllee Insisted that our organ izer should stay out of counties where the F E C U had prtcwxled us In organization work There is no denying the fact that the A S of E Is the Pioneer In Kentucky in this line of work and we should give credit where credit is duo I trust that this gentle reminder will be tak en by all In the same spirit in which It is given and that good may result from a proper condition of matters Yours for a fair deal M F SHARP CLOSE CALL FOR SENATOR DEDOE Former Senator Painfully Injured In Auto Accident Joplin Mo Sept 21Four persons Including former Senator Deboe of Kentucky had narrow escapes from death when a touring car owned and driven by E F Judkins of Boston Mass plunged into a cavein in the center of the main road near the Dividend Mine several miles from JoplinThe automobile was practically ruined The Injured were taken to the ho tel In Joplin in an ambulance and all will recover In the car in addition to Senator Deboe wero A F Dexter a mine op erator of Chicago Harry Sherley of Now York and E F Judkins Mr Sherley Is the most seriously injured of the four as his back Is badly wrenched and his body lacerated and bruised Senator Doboe has numerous cuts and bruises on his face and body and white painfully hurt has no really serious wounds Mr Judkins and Mr Dexter escaped with slight Injuries v Death of Miss Alma Baird Miss Alma BaIrd daughter of Mr C T BaIrd died at the home of her parents one mile south of Beaver I Dam at an early hour yesterday morning after a lingering Illness of typhoid fever The funeral and Interment will occur at Mt Herman this morning at ten oclock Miss Baird was the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs C T Baird and was born and raised on No Creek She was a bright and popular young lady and her early death is greatly deplored by herm any friends County Union A S of E Meeting The County Union of the American Society of Equity will meet In regular session In Hartford Friday and Saturday October 7th and 8th two weeks from today This will probab ly be one of the most Important meet ings of the year and every local in the county should send a full porto of delegates The tobacco pooling pledges will all be In by that time as the date for their closing Is October 1st and steps will be taken to arrange an early sale of this years product 1 t BRYAN BOLTS PARTY NOMINEE Former Leader Will Not Support Dahlman Fact That The Demecratic Nominee For Governor Is Whis key Man Reason Lincoln Neb Sept OOIn a statement In which he declares that the crusade which he feels Impeelled to wage against the liquor interests of the State and nation overshadows a personal and political friendship of twenty years William J Bryan this evening announced he had bolted the headof the Democratic State ticket In Nebraska and would not sup port Janus C Dahlman for Gov ernor Mr Bryan says he regrets that he Is compelled to take the stand he does his first departure from pollt leal regulairty but says ho feels it his duty to do so because of the position taken by the Demo cratic nominee on the liquor ques tionThe statement which In a way ia apologetic to none does not indi cate that Mr Bryan will sui ort the candidate of any other party but announces that he Is a pronoucced advocate of county option and the early saloon closing law both of which he insists are menaced by Mr Dahlmans candidacy The state meat Is as follows- I am just leaving for Missouri and shall be absent practically all of the time for about a month cam paigning in Missouri Kansas Iowa Indiana and Illinois After that I shall be at liberty to speak for Mr Hitchcock the Democratic can didate for Congress and for the State ticket in Nebraska In speaking for the State ticket however I shall not be able to present any arguments in favor of the elec tion of Mr Dahlman His position on the liquor question makes that impossible I regret it exceedingly for he has been a political and personal friend for twenty ycars ind it would give me pleasure to speak for him if I could indorse the poli cy for which ho has chosen to make the liquor question the paramount Is sue and make his apeal on that Is sue In spite of the fact that the last Democratic State Convention voted down a declaration against cuonty option by a vote of 638 to 202he says that he will veto a county op tion bill If passed In spite of the fact that the State Convention Indor sod the 8 oclock closing law by a vote of 710 to 163 he announces that he will sign a bill repealing it If sucha bill Is passed He is making his appeal on non partisan lines with the liquor quos tion as the sole issue His courage Is to be commended It is an honest way of making a campaign although it compels him to separate himself from friends who do not agree with him and to rely for speechmaking upon those Demo crats and Reelubllcans who takes his view of the subject Possibly it Is Just as well to have the Issue clearly preosented sO that It may be settled this year instead of two years hence Troublesome as the question Is now it would be ev en more embarrassing if presented In 1912 when we have a Presidential election on hand If Mr Dahlman is elected It will be a declaration by the voters of the State against county option and against the 8 oclock closing law If he is defeated it will be a declaru tion In favor of county option and In favor of the 8 oclock closing law In other words the voters now have an opportunity to decide whether tho State shall go backward or forward on the liquor queestion To present arguments in favor of going backward would not only can tradict what I have already sold on the subject but would embarrass mo nakebereatterto ntatlreqtbew l IITUMINOU COAL OUST A Deadly Explosive More Deadly Than Fire Dam- plas Been Proven That It Will Explode Without Aid of Gas f1 i Ahat I the dust or bituminous cola nn explosive uhore Insllious threatening and deadly to the min than firedamp Is the assertion Cat S Rice chief mining engine of the bureau of Mines or washlng tan D C This Is contrary to what ms lIcen tltu general belief neerth- eJu It has btum proved beyond doubt by tho expuriaenls of the last two years nt the Pittsburg Testing Sta- tJon of the United States Geologic al Suncr wIhfch Is now a part or flu nQU of lines Wblle many min optratars and miners have believe that coal dust would Ignite from an explosion of firedamp In a mine near Jy nil or them contended that the dust In a minI rree from gas could rut explode Couscquentiy Iu man y mines where Uo frdamp could be detected miners have paid little attention to the accumulation or dust from the cutting or the coal ands It in these mines Nr Rice deelaro some or the greet disasters have lak CD place In D bulluUu which has just bee Lssnel by the lureau Mr Rice rife especiAlly to the ulllJalllng series JTf4t wfdewprading disasters that o nun 1 In thu united State In 190 13 evidence or Uw terrible ltavo wrought by dust explosions On Jan teary 23 at the Irlmero mine Colo redo there wuru twenty odd death on January 29 at the Stuart mine near Fayetteville W 1a nlnet- dtfJ1lIs Y on February 4 ntthe Thoi- jlu mine Thomas 1V Va twentyfly- dmtha on DloClrnber I at the No- xnie mine Itrlllsyhanla thirtyflv- dtatha on DlCmber G at the Mo- nonrhh mine West Virginia occur nd the greatest disaster In the hls tnry or coal mning to the Unite 3ates 358 Iivrtiv laving been lost OD December Ie at the Yofande mine Ala fifty six men Were killed and Aeosmber 19 at tine barr nihic 23 foen ere kUlod In this black month nf December alone says Mr Rice 64- snen were sacrificed chiefly Com the effects of coil dust which If no the Initial cause It all cases was the agency carrying death It was after thlKU explosions that the Federal GoVernment look up an- ilujulry Into the causes or the dls asters and ostablllihld the testing station at Plttshurg Tho very firs I work was to provo to the mine opera form and mlncrs that coal dust alono would explode lhl dust was place- ln a cUndr IOU feet long and six pert In diameter with II cannon Jm- Iwrldld In othn end This cannon was tilllotd with black powder and dlscharg ed by electricity into the coal dust- In practically every instance there area n terrific xploslon oven lUore violent than thAt caused by rlrodamp- Ihch succeeds g experiment went fur thtl to prove that coal dust Is the rl great danger or the mines Fire- Clamp according to Mr IUce carries its gaS is present lu a mine In danger oas tiuantltles a blue flame rises drum the safety lamp to notify tile mine but coal dust though visible doe not attract attention unloss lines eat In large quantities Firedamp IK wrally found Jp certain parts ot the mine and except In notable nnd Very exceptio able cases is control able by nheaiut ot the vetllaUng cur rents If by mischance a body o- Cfirttlllil Is Iguittd In a mine UIO force ot the explosion ll terrific bnl the effttit JH localized unless dry coo dust Is praraent or unless liS randy luhppems un XJlIOIIlble nnixtm a of all end gas extenrts UIIOugh large zreas of the mtue Uh amino that to dry dust accumulates everywhere and the blast rrom tho Ignition and ronthustiou or the bituminous dust n1triosOne of the 1II1CCIIIIIIIlhl phases or the cOll dust problem has hen the IIWncUllaton of oppraturs arid mnInrs- to helleve that tho dust would It- ploof Without the prtsence of gas the United States was hot about In this for the French enginoers rt4u Mt to bllJevlJ In this until time great disaster occmrrtd at Com rlers III 190- 6to which 1000 men lot their lives ilaCfJ that torrlblll cawstrolJtt a testing station has been eslabhished la FbIMI and now French engineers une fully couvncod of the dangers a1 C Isowt d tOOt bltiunlnou coal dust Is explo r i 1 slue time Federal lavestlgators hav been looking for the remedy Va- rlous experhnenta in sprinkling roadways olthemlnoe In We air entering the mine with sleam so as w produCe a humid effect ltiwe placing zones of stono dust In mines have all been tried with va- rJQus SUCCa3S A number or these e- porimenta are described by Mr RIce In the bulletin InierosUng cbaptors on different phases of the word hae been contributed by such well kno men as J C W Frazer Axel Larsen Frank Hass and Carl Scholz Bulletin which is No 425 can had by addressing the Director or the Bureau or Mines Washington D C ilSaved a Soldiers Life eFacing death from shot and shell leoferto J A Stone of Kemp Tex than racing It from what the doctors said was consumption I contracted n stubborn mid he writes that de veloped a rough that stuck ton me spite of all remedies for yenta lit weight ran down to 130 pounds Then I began to use Dr Kings New Dls 1co very which completely cured me iII now weigh 178 pounds For Coughs Colds La Grippe Asthma Hemorrhages Hoarseness Croup Whooping Cough and lung trouble Its supreme GOc 160 Trial bottle Cree Guaranteed by all druggists Guaranteed by all druggists m MONUMENT TO- AMERICAN INDIAN nOne To Be Erected in New York Poorof LaiAdded impetus has been given the movement to erect a suitable memorial to the North American Indlanln New York Harbor b the hearty cooperation of the various orders or Red Men throughout tile country Red Men In Kentucky are In hearty sympath with the movement and resolutions expressing their wllllng ness to support It have been passed by the Tribes Cherokee Tribe No regulardsupport and CI resolution was pass donating from the wampum belt the Tribe the sum or 10 Cathoms- o 10 A committee or three has been appointed to oPen and conduct 8a popular subscription to aid the work said popular subscription to con Itslst or two inches from each lndla dual Red llan and one Inch from each paleace who may contribute The movement to erect this glgan tic memoral to the Indian at tins entrance or the Nation originated h Mr Rodmun Wanamaler or Phil dolphin who for sure has been close student of the Indian on hl native ground The bill providing f ilthe saws was Introduced by Ito Joseph A Goulden or New York at the past session or Congress and has been favorably retorted from the comtnlttee on Library to which was referred A similar bill was I traduced at the same time In the Senate hy Senator Depew It Is eX levied that the hill will become a law at the conning session when wonit on the monument will begin at once Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Notice in Bankruptcy In the district court of the United States for the Western dlstrlrct or Kentucky Oweusboro Division In the matter or Fred Dalze Dank rapt 1o the Creditors of Fred ilalzt or Horton III tine County or Ohio and district aforesaid bankrupt Notice Is hereby given that on the let 11or September A D HIIO tin e sold Fred llalze was duly adjudicate bankrupt and that tho first meet lug of crellltors will lie held at thl law office or G n Likens III Hart ford Kentucky all the liUI day ot October A U 1910 nt 3 p tn at which time the said creditors may at tumid prove their claims uJlJlolnl U anditranractproperly crmue before said meeting Oweaelxrro Ky Sept 14th 1910 J A maN Referee to Bankruptcy An Awful Eruption or a volcamo excites brief Interest and your Interest hi skin eruptions will be as short If you use Duck lens Arnica Salve their quickest cure Even the worst toils ulcers or over sores are Soon heal by It Best for Burns Cuts Bruises Sore LIIJs happed Ilanda Chilblains and Plies t glvea Instant relief 2c at aU druggists r m Jbd PJf 1 OUR COUNTY MIXEDra1to Dumping Ground For AU Otter 10 Nations ofx- r T Earth wn1Ve Americans do not boast so much these days about our Anglo becomboe globe TIle census ot 1900 showed a little over 10000000 People In the United States of foreign birth not to mention some millions with one Or the other or both parents toreign born The census of this year should show a considerable Increase In this foreign element The Bureau of Immigration ot the Department of Commerce and nbor In Its July bulletin shows the number of Immigrants coming to the United States Tor every year since 1820 when the government trst began to gaff er Immigration statistics The nggregnteD- C the immigration to this county since time last census including tho arrivals for the month of July was 886SG39 OCthese but 910851 or 10 per cent came from English speakin countriesEngland Ireland Scotland and Wales About twice as many Italians or 1824109 have Immigrated to the United States In the last ten years The Hebrews are next with 836539 followed In order by the Poles rlth 885347 Germany 703741 and Scandinavians with G38794 Time English speaking Immigrant come from time British Tales as fob lows England 383125 Ireland 3n 794 Scotland 134911 and Wales Th Italians came 292 4i1 and 1531618 from southern Italy The mixed race that Inhabit Russia and south east ern Europe sent or Russians Rusnl aka Slovaks Roumautana Croatians Slavointans and Lithuanians an aggro gate of 1524255 France of all the greater European countries has been most niggardly In her do notions tour n composite clUzenshlll sending 1 the last ten oars but little over 100 000 Stain with 48912 and Greed with 81992 contributed to the lIde of ImmlgratJon from Southern Europc Most or all this mnnigraton settled In the northern and western status and most or this great bulk has con populationofthe largerr cities of the east an middle west As tar liS people English speaking races aru concerned the completed census of this will show a greater proportion of the than ever as compared with the rest oC the country make their nlhidln places In the southern states The total Immigration to this men try since 1820 Is 27S94293 The average for the first decade was 12000 152usixth 496000 seventh G25OOO sigh lmmigrangreater than for all the years prior to the civil war or Cart years or Immigration Time lido of Immigration was highest In 190i whop f lthstandinncivil war during the tour years of bloody strife over 800000 Immigrants landed on our shores No such movement of hunhnn beings toward a common destination Is recorded InI any history How Good News Spreads I am 70 years old and travel most of the time writes n F Tolson of ElIzabethtown Ky Everywhere I go I recommend Electric Bitters because I owe m excellent health and vitality to them They effect a cureI every time They never fail to tone the stomach regulated time ItdneysI and bowels stimulate the vigotate the nerves and purl theI blood They work wonders for Wealr rundown men aind wvmlea restoring strength vigor andhello thatss a daily joy Try them Only SGc Sin tlstactlon Is positively gumauteed by all druggists mI Climate and HistoryrThe vagaries of climatic Influences IIthird dICavert the annual silly season 1h the ednewspaper which Is the ouly out como the Fret Press correspondeof an SIInremarkable wtather condltlollll across the loud The crop of inane letf OJterlJthis thou of the year iu Englundd le- the cl mast valuable product or nsunn= mer anywhere Unusual meteorological conditions have been connected with much giav sir cgnstquEnces Over hero before now Readers of Pepys Diary yIII recall his frequent references to H 15l1bleabsencof frost andenowl during the years IDlmedlateIYIL er- F iII f1I qJLic N YJ L 41 H IL1h+ u s POSITIVELY GREATER AND GRANDER THAN AV- ERFi11 AgrYCultur 1 rairRACES AND HORSESHOW AT HENDERSON At Madisonville oct1819 202122The Acme of AutumnalAttractions at the Prettiest Seasonal the Year C C GIVENS General Manager his opening date and the attrlbullm of this phenomenon of time grey plague with an Inferential assoclaUol of the troubles attending the yes toration ot the monarchy and Perhap even the great fire of London wit this aberration item the normal pro coduro ot nature And yet for hl time Samuel Pepys was not a super stttloue man Indeed EngHsh literature Is full o allusions to time Influence of the wrotJ er upon events Voltalros letter fro London on the effort of the ens wind upon his now frIends has hoe read by some students as a satin- Y ypon his tendency and Its extrava genes ot language makers Is dltflcu to class In any other Way This yea 2at least the weather seems to hay had a depressing Instead or asUmu laUng influence upon the writers although In all probability Jiteratur will not suffer from It at slim Three mid summers In succosslo are much more likely to affect seen omlc than literary events In Britain The longestablished policy oC ire trade Is In the balances and a eerie of crop Allures with their attendan price rising may very easily be the dl ternulning factor In the struggle to control or tine political direction o the empires affairs Mighty change have been brought to pass In thl worlds history before now by lest obviously related Influences than ttl From Detroit Mich Free PreSS Children Cry FOR FLETCHERS CASTORIA Woman a River Pilot Thom Is one woman in this men try who is licensed by the govern ment to command and pilot rlvOi streamers on the Ohio and MIssss lppt So far as I know she Is thl only one said E R Davidson o- Evansville Ind contlnut of streamers She began her stud yearrvsoulmnot consent to being separated Cram steamsgrr rapidly and finally I remember she tool command of the stmmer Green land which made trips from Clncln anti to Louisville She navigated the bOlt on one trip thropgh to Sl Louis One spring the ateamer was torn from Its moorings and caught In the Ice floes In the Lit lie Kanawha river Two men of the crew jumped overboard and were drowned but Mrs Green managed to savedtcrushedWashingg Exemplary Patience A Sioux City physician had been ou during omcehours on an emergency call and when he returned he OPen- ed time doCJror his consultationroom- and Inquired r Who has been waiting the longest 1 A tailor who had called to present his blll rose and said I think I have Doctor I deUv your clothes to you three years agoJuly Lipplrncotts Deafness Cano be Cured local applications as they cannot the diseased portion of the cthr There Is othly one way to cure deafness and that Is by constitutional remedies Dearness is caused by un inflamed condition or the nmucuous lining oC the Eustachian Tube WhED this tulle la inlnuncd you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hear and when It la entirely closed deafness Is the result nrid unless the inflammation can bo taken out and tabu restored to Its norms con hearing will he dllltroyed forever tithe cases out or tell are caU8 by Catarrh which Is thatalug but inflatjiells lonlltioupfth enlllClonSo +i I We will glob One JIlJl1iJrro Dollars hay case of Deafness caused by byIj I IFTnkeHalls Family Pills for constipation m I Chlia Gn cry I FOR FLETCHERS I C ST RIA I IIP r 1 ut IM T rtrJort ESEND YOUR BOY Tois tMatheny Batts e t Vanderbilt Training t Scnooir t ELKTON KENTUCKY n A limited select school Col I lege trained teachers Students t from more than thirty towns nsL Southerngt 000 Electric LightsSteam Heat SurI44 Extremely healthful location 3 4 000 spent on improvements this l summer We take boys from 12 years ot age ups2If you want your boy carefully sendft youngThe of the l cr school opens Sept 7 dWrite for illustrated Catalogue tAddressAll Communications to F BATTS tPrirrcipals Why Cost of Living is High Some people say that the trusts make the cost or living lilgl Tb trusts say that the cost of living Is saytI llwentyyfive years ago corn Was sold at 16 coats a bushel The price ot corn Is nOw 65 cents a bushel I t stands to reason that when corn Is a high as It Is now a farmer will not raise as many cattle to which h must teed corn ashe would it corn were only 15 cents a bushel The result Is that fewer cattle are tale higherIIIdlt to illustrate why the cost of- Ihlllg Is high I The price or corn Is high beausc- are I we constantly decreasing the per tentage of those who raise corn whit we are constantly increasing the percentage of those who use cone nnd Its products In 1790 therewere nino- tyslx men oagnged In raising foodstuffs on the farms to every four In lIutIdId not raise them At tile time o tilt civil war the number of men en gaged In Wresting foodstuffs from the SOli hud decreased to olghtyfour mid IItoodstuCtfortyseven producers wlrihr the non I producing consumers had Increased to flftythree iii 1880 tine pmtucore land diminished to fortyfour whtio the others had il1crlolsedto fiftysix in 1890 only thirtyseven iprodJ ers were left to feed slttythred In thecltles and to I9U0 there wore onty a fraction more fhan thirtyfivo on the farms to produce rood hot only for them sekos but for every sixtyfive In the cities doubt it the Census of moreUiaDw r w tj 01 hwyoixr cultural pursuits to every seventy who live In the cities Ingredientsethe necessaries of Ute Every save enty persons who live In the citieS are dependent upon flirty farmers for the raw materials that are necessary to existence The only way that the seventy In the clues can get the- s money with which to pay time farmers Is to manufacture the raw products toeassist In the task of dlatrlbutingWo competition among the seventy to Perform the services that are tequlr ed by the thirty will keep the wages of the sevently low while the great demand created by the seventy for keeptheTo care LaOrfppe a dColdsin24 dean take t LaOrippeITAouirS1IfJ C Mendenhall Medicine Co Erhtrule ICIt andget them post paid Guaranteed DoublePointedf year before Aim Miss BlllJng do you not remember lime 1- I herself ea Indeedou have mennoryEven diP the snrf there are bntiing suits iIheadCheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangementm Ute publishers of the inland Farmer enabledtoand that Paper one year for Tine Inland Farmers u weekly 15t gapentp6blishedinLhe stlrantagaofihfa A r tf rw + ay1 w w r MiyA q- i IMPORTANT 4 DECISIONS Passed On Ancient Law by Ohio Attorney General Liability to Care for Invalid Re latives Continues After Marriage An ancient English law enacted jn Is 1601 was taken asa basis for an opinion issued by tho attorneyy gen arils department to secretary Shire of tho board of state charities That statue still in force provides that II father mother grandfather and grand mother is liable for the support ct poor blind lame or impotent persons who are erelated to them says the IrontonlanAccepting this as a part of common law tho department holds that the father of a married woman committed to an insane hospital after she became of legal age and whose husband Is unable to support her is liable for her maintenance in the Institution under the new paypatient law contention of the father wasa tThe was not liable for the reason that his daughter was beyond legal age when committed and that also because of being married and that her husband was liable if any liabil ity existed i In another case in which it is held that the parent is liable the father objected to paying anything for the keep of his son because he was com- mUted to the hospital after becoming of age It is held he must pay It is also ruled that an estate of a patient who is without may be drawn upon for dependentsII of maintenance of the Cold and QUICK S LaOrippe Medicine Guaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrippe D l in 24 hours Headache and Neuralgia in 30 minutes At druggist or by mail J C Mendenhall Medicine Coy Evansville mt- i Does Maine Point the Way In tho Maine election September 1910 repeats the story of September 1880 Frederick W Plaisted Demo fcmt carried that state for governor Just as his father Harris M Plaisted also a Democrat carried t it thirty years ago In each case tho Plaisted found the Republicans weak cried by factional feuds and in each instance they were impeded by Ute prohibition issue Thirty years ago a fusion with the Greenbackers gave the Democrats the victory but Gov Fer nold the Republican candidate of 1910 was much weaker than was Gov Davis who was renominated in 18SO Moreover personally the younger Plaisted was more popular that the elder In his successive terms as mayor of Augusta ho made a good record In a race against a weak can didate Gardner in 1908 In a year in which ho was aided by the presiden tial campaign Fernald won the gov ernorship by a lead of only a little over 7000 And as against any Dem ocratic candidate he would havo been weaker now than he was then Ills dekttt therefore will not cause any surprise In the country at large But does the Maine reverse por tend a Republican defeat for Congress In November It Ud not have this l mooning In 18SO and perhaps will not In 1910 The Republican setback thirty years ago In the state election put new vigor In tho Republican na tional campaign and the party car ried tho country Including Maine t4 rho Pine Tart State In November re T versed Its action of two months ear her and choeo Republican president tial electors In 1880 tho Republicans wore saddled with an cspclally Weak candidate Nobody thought of Gar field as a presidential possibility when tho national convention met Ho was JPIero as a delegate committed to the support of John Sherman In the deadlock between the larger aspirants Grant Blains Sherman and Ed munds the convention was obliged to seek a colorless candidate and In that exigency the Blaine supporters throw I their strength to Garflold and nomi nated bum Only by herculean oft forts were the Republicans able to elect him although his Democratic opponent Gen Hancock lacked po HUcal experience and was distrusted by many of the Democratic loaders Dui even wader those adverse oondl f tkma tie iMalne result in September did not foretell the direction In which l 1 the I winds were to blow in November In 1910 this sequence oft 1880 may repeat Itself The facethat 4 theRepubllcan Dreeidt ok t itaimore popular anwastheIRe publican candidate of thirty years ago 11 I 1 if n If 11 1JAt is an element In the equation which must be kept constantly In mind But after making all allowances for the circumstance that local tuid not potion issues decided too result In yesterdays election the outcome sounds a new note of warning to the Republican congressional campaign r managers Weakened by factional I quarrels In many states the Repub j llcan party Is losing some of its easy ascendancy throughout tho country In the early months oilho year the tide was against the pary This was shown In the special election In the Fourteenth Massachusetts Congres sional District In March and In that In the Thirtysecond District of New York In April These districts which had boon Republican for years were carried by the Democrats It is true that In each district the Republicans selected a weak candidate and the Democrats put in the field menwho would attract many Republican votes The loss of those districts however was a blow at Republican prestige In the following two or three months the Republican Congress niado a good record and this strengthened the partys chances But the backward swing which always takes place in the congressional election in the middle of a presidential term decrees that the party in power must lose some seats in Congress in thoso years Sometimes that party loses enough to give the control of the House to the opposing organization and thus the president has that chamber against him in the last two years of his service This is what took place in 1874 in the mid die of Grants second term It occur red in 1882 when Arthur was presi dent and again in 1890 and 1894 On tho former occasion Harrison was in the middle of his service and on the later Cleveland was in his second term Will 1910 be added to this roll of eon gressional elections In which the peo ple cast a voto of no confidence in the national administration Perhaps not Yet the Maine setback yesterday gives an imperative summons to the Republican campaign managers to put a little more earnestness into the canvass and it calls upon the Insur gents of today to fall Into line just as did time Insurgents of thirty years ago when that state swung back to the Democracy Globe Democrat Stubborn as Mules are liver and bowels sometimes seem to ball without cause Then theres trouble Loss of Appetite Indigestion Nervousness Despondency Headache But such trouble fly be fore Dr Kings New Life Pills the worlds best Stomach and Liver remedy So easy 2Gc at all druggists in Melon With Handle The most remarkable thing I saw during my travels asserted a home coming winter tourist was water melon with handles A gardner near Los Angeles brought about the evolution of the fruit by some process of his own and is said to be growing the now shapes now In quantities The specimen I was shown resembled a fat rolllngpln Whats the piirposo To facilitate toting Im given to understand A man can grasp both ends of the new melon with his hands and carry it ort with debonair assurance taut I cant say that I really approve of the amondment I retain a few boyish I memories and of them tho most cherished is the memory of tho thrill of joy it gave mo to cuddle a plump melon against my expectant stomach and lug it oft to the place of dissection I never thought of needing a handle in those days Onco I had acquired the melon I could guar autism Its safe transportation to the apiiolntcd spot- Iaudles Shucks Why Ive gone a hundred yards In 12 seconds at night through underbrush and over fallen trees with a 14pound melon under either arm old neither the farmer nor the bulldog could keep close enough behind to force me to drop my prizes 1yo carried two melons five miles without losing either I think too that I was just an or dinary boy At least I dont recall any of my companions who didns pull ort similar exploits at some time or another Oh well I suppose it Isnt my place to interfere In behalf of na ture but I warn you that when they begin exclusively growing the kind with handles half charm of the melon will have been lout I suppose the next stage of development will be melons on skids with a creeper affix ed at tho head for a tracoFrom the New York Press Not For a Gentlemens Ears Repeat the words the defendant used commanded counsel for the woman plaintiff in a case of slander being tried in the First Criminal Court ol Newark recently nrd rather not bashfully replied the defendant They were hardly words to tell to a gentleman Whisper them to the Judge then mapianlmoiijr auggeste4CQunsel and thecourti was obliged to rap for orderJulyUppincotf fi 15 THE BEARD TOO- MUSTSOONfiO I Desire to Look Young Fatal to Facial Adornment A few years ago the fact that men were beginning to sacrifice their beards nnd mustaches and that more and more men were going clean shin en was widely noted and commented- on No several years utter the growing disfavor of the beard was first observed but few relics of tin ancient day In the shape of long flow ing beards and luxurious mustache can bo seen and even the Van dykes and cunning little goatees are disap pearing Only those from the rural district with of course a sprinkling of city men and foreigners of the first generation as a rule still cling to the ancient and honorable custom In these days of commercial activ ity and social progress when men remain In the business whirl far beyond the time when their fathers and grandfathers retired one of the objects of the game seems to be to remain as young as possible and to look so even if young Is no longer felt So the beard must go for one reason because it Is us ually the first place In which gray hair will show and for another rea son because of the fact that from time Immemorial the beard has been associated with age No more do the young men secretly nurse a feeble lit tle mustache form the day when the first few starggllng hairs appear un til it blooms forth full fledged No more is the possessor of the big mus Fortunate fellows instead of that tache object of envy to his less they now look wish pity akin to scorn upon he who dares to cling fondly to his beloved face adornment- A well known barber stated yester day that even this week he had strip pets there men of facial adornments who had worn thir boards for years and he knew of several mustaches fallen victims to the growing distaste at masculine Huntington And by the way it Isnt only the stronger sex who have set tho stamp of their disapproval on the unhappy goatee mustache et al but the woman bless clean shaven face and this is prob ablyy more than the cause for the gradual disappearance of hair from em are strong for the the men with Oflstyle CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars th- e6atnra of A New Dangerin False Hair A few days ago a young lady In Richmond Va while resting In a hammock In her garden took a rat out of her hair In order to cool and rest her head She laid it carelessly down beside her and thought- no more about it The next MY rte felt strange pains in her head They- grew so severe that she w w cone polled to leave her place of omploy moat anti go home She took down her hair and Jound great swollen lnces on her scalp Her mother who was trying to assist her into lug her pain happened to pick up the rat tho girl had just removed aix fooling something hard in It Abe bt gan pulling it apart Great wn hr horror to find a sixInch moccasin nestled In the center of the hnir it hind worked its way In the day before when the young lady had put It on the ground The Christian Herald Stops tbe Cough heals the Limbs QUICKSCOUOH NE If not better then any other money bad J C MENDENHALL MEDICINE CO RVANSVILLE UtD Strawberries all the Year Wonders of nature diversified as they are can scarcely keep step with the wonders of nature as diversified- my man The first crop of August strawberries grown In St Louis coun tyhas been brought to market Thos are not a mere freak crop due to a second blooming and fruiting but a distinct variety that dries not ripen until August The strawberry of commerce and the strawberry that blushes faintly and more modestly than the violet under Its leaf In tho pasture can scarcely be called fortysecond cousins We have often heard the contention firmly held to that the diffident strawberry of the meadow that you oust search for diligently 4nthQta11 Taes disturbed only at intervals by r r aM the wriggling away of a harmless gar ter snake or blue racer which seem to always prefer wild strawberry beds as trysting places Is the only Strawberry worthy of ones appetite but this is but another example of how sentiment will make mans true Judgment aberrant and lead him to fancy many things not only edible but agreeable to the taste which ho wouldnt think of Dating in a clear and unconfused mental state As a selfmade product the gnarled and diminutive berry of the prairie Is entitled to deep respect but the great crimson cone of the horticultu rists art breathing a musky aroma which Is entirely un acquisition of culture IH proof that while the earth Is the original five talents bestowed upon the faithful servant tho fullness thereof Is chiefly his own handiwork and it is truly doubling the primary capital when the strawberry is made to bear fruit not only throughout the spring and early summer but after the solstice as well The autumn crop can not now be far away QUICKS COUGH MEDICINE Quickest and best for coughs GOARANTItKD Sold by druggists Made by J C Mendenhall Medicine Co Eviaivii lad SEEKS A PARDON FOR TrSr ANDERSON Many People Were of the Opin ion That His Sentence Was Far Too Short Owensboro Ky Sept 19After hawing served a little over six months SIAndlrwJDavit s county Bank and Trust com pany who was given a sentence of eighteen months by a Henderson jury on the charge of swearing falsly to a statement of the condition of his bank is now seeking n pardon The petition is being circulated by Postmaster F A Van Uenssellaer and is being presented to citizens in discriminately Several of those who lost sums of mony in the bank have bcen asked to sign the petition and In the majority of the cases have flatly refused One citizen who lost heavily In the bank failure said that it was an outrage that the sentence given Anderson was not equal at least to tho one of five years given to James H Itirrlsh Anderson was convicted at Hondur son In January of this year lie did not appeal his case going direct to the penitentiary When Mr Ander son wont to the penitentiary the re maining indictments against him were dismissed A number havo signed the petition Summer Tourist Fares The Illinois Central Railroad company authorizes round trip tickets sold as follows Cerulean Ky 8 350- Bast View Ky 215 Grayson Springs Ky 1U5 Chicago 111 1005 Tickets on sate May IWh 110 to Septwul1 30th IftlO Inclusive Final return limit Oat 31st 1910 Dawson Springs Ky 1230 marl rip ttekee ow sale icily Pirva 0 turn six uiontte from date of sale The above lates apply from Beaver Dam Ky low rnf es from other sta tions on nppltouttoir J a WILLIAMS Agtht Mud and Microbes In a gram of street mud equal to h rube of earth with sides of about a quarter of an ioh there are enough bacteria if placed in line tide by side to cover 25974 foot Real Estate CO Acres of the finest Rough river bottom land located three miles west of Hartford About 20 acres In culti vation Good dwelling and out build ings A bargain for 1250 t Wo have 460 acres of fine bottom land Worn one and a half to two miles ol Hartford part of it with Umber Also atuMit 75 acres of up land belonging to the same trot Terms trey- S ISO Acres of land two miles south of Rosins on 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 houee Splen did orchard never failing well inward and horse lot and spring In easy react of the house In good repair Must be sold and will be sold at a bargain Apply to BARNETT SMiTHlV Hartford Ify h The Kind You Havo Always Bought and which has Lcca in use for over 30 years has borno tho signature oC i anti has been made under hs personal I supervision since Us iiifitncyi- aI Allow no one to deceive you in thin All Counterfeits Imitations and Just as gooluro limit Experiments that triilo with and endanger time health olT Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare goric Drops thin Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ngo is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation nnd Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Frieiui GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bougt In Use For Over 30 Years THE CCNTAUR COMPANY 7T M uuAYTNLLT NCW YORK CITY 4N SS eslabaiWAMTEw at rnrs xamalting money fast lirils w ulljVSrlkuhsrraNdrrialofrretNce k TdTtolbw TLN LAYS FNEE TUIAL during which time ou may ride the br yslevfput It II you are then not perfectly satisfied or do w4 wwk fca keep thebiepcIeshipItback to us at our eipense andttnt viltnrt tf mtmreme FACTORY PRICESWe furnish the highest tnde cycles it ts puss tue ea war awls profit above actual factory cost Ion Ufto eo to tsar middlemens profits by buying direct of ui and have the manufarturcraeur anteebehind 1 O NOT 1IUY a bicycle or a pair ol lIes farorwruat ov jrw until you receive our catalogue and learn our unlitini Jfft ibiro and rtmarxaeu iftcwl offtrt to rider nirents i rajtharBICYCLE DEALERS can sell our bicycles under your own naov list au double our prices Orders filled the day received SECOND 1IANI BICYCLES We do not regularly handle second hand biiycfas taut oiuill have a number on hand taken In trade by our Chicago retail tore Thee we rJcvc salat prices ranging from tla to 8K or NIB Vescriptive L coaled fro z COASTEReingle wheel lusported roller chain and pedal parts npa Iol all kinds at tutltltt usual retail fritti a HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF SI II m R5I SELFHEALING TIRES A SAMPLE ONLY 1 The regular retail trice ofthtu sires t S330 per pair but to introduce we will ull5euaeample painorJI5Oirarh with orderrU NO MORETROURLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tacks or Glare will not let the air out sixty thousand pairs sold last year Over two hundred thousand pairs now Made In all sizes It iallvelyi and easy ridineverydurableand linedlnsldeirlth i beeometaspec s ru rArhithv uprsmall pc withoutporous closes allowlfotlse the thick rnbher ties strlptaIL E T- It JIt tmubyIUUIKOadvcrtlalnlpurposeAwearethe rider of only J48o per All tsame slC Z aayt approval You ito not pay a cant until you have examined and found them strict v as repteeeauL We allow a cash dlsconnt of I cent thereby the price St r1i per ptrif pie send FULL CASH WITlt OUDEU and advertisement You run bd tiafc fan tending us an order as the tires may be returned at OUR expense If for an v reason JI MI not all5factoryon examination We are perfectly reliable and money rent tois i iafmbi abank you a pair of these tires you find that they will ride caster run visa v wear better last longer look finer than any tire you have ever used or nern at anyfvife We know that you will so well phased that when you want a bicycle you willl c ui yo 17 ocdor We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire oft tr dont buy any kind at any price until yon s n 1 for nacIroiF IF YOU NEED TIRES Hedgethorn PunctiireProof tiren on app 1 ai trial atthe Introductory price quoted above orwritc for our bit Tire and Sundry ta i intro uunllrkcDO III I Vf s w 1 wn btlcCcrs we are making It only costs a postal to learn everything Write It NOV I Ja La MEAD CYCLE COMPANY BIKSiJ VJL ILU r UOF amatASaaa tuah nail I i 7- 7 i OY1bI 8Jfe sON IK UUh IFUtl BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOOHStW1 W l f r only 25 Tho regular prce is too Those who brine o ilthis julvi riiscmcnt to us v Lbn rive Jays after seeing it nlJlltrlliuj 11fl r where they SAW it will bo alK to ham e one reserved at the low Ill ot MJ fiS lntkaind stationer are inciuUed No tiuic limit II not iridy lit bay one for futuro useNWInIJW l BUSINESS COLLEGEuoomtomAsu Second and WfJaut StrMt LOUISVILLE KY j va JJoa JI J j a 4y f Av1t r N 1 Haflford Republican Entered according to law at tJe Ioftot- ngrvotd ly aman matter or the second tJM BARNETT EDITOR TESSPI02 9- CiembrlxiQ 40 aouc a1vrzFRIDAY SEPTEMBER 2- 3II+ PUlTiCAN TICKET r 1 For Judge Court of AppoolsI JUDGE J ALLEN DEA i 1 f For Congress DR n W IL1ff11 Mr Roosevelt SOlS he would send the crooks to jal The Sugar Trust was stealing over 1000000 per year under his administration Did any one go to ja1l1I IIInwhen we were proudest of our State militia we are given a great fall by the retorts from the Indlanapolls- iencampment 11Thistent above all things and under Its prtsont management Is not afraid to crlticlse Its dwn leaders Jr they appear to be Inconsistent Our position In this regard Is far dtrferentI from that of a newspaper bousand miles distant It Is afraid to open Its mouth against any of Its leaders and follows doglike any parI ty platform or candidate who may- lhnve I hold of the rope The Hartford Herald accounts fort the Use of the same editorial by It md the Owensboro inquirer last week through the admission that It Is using syndicate stuff sent out by the Headquarters located somewhere It charges also that this paper has been guilty of the same offense and that therefore It Is Justified This has used material from pallerIt at various tithes but It Is beled as such and not used bodily asIJ odttorlal matterttr etheIt Is san guine plans of the detnocraey to defeat Caleb Powers for Congress In the Eleventh District In the light Hof the fact that Powers received about lour thousand votes more than the combined Edwards vote and the Dem- oCratic vote In the district We tall fo see how they are to defeat Pow ers unless they can secure several thousand votes from those who voted for him In the primary and also the entire Edwards vote which Is not very probable lr Goebel the Socialist speaker Waa listened to attentively by a good audience at the court house last Sat today afternoon Mr Goebel Is a pleasing speaker and tells some plain truths In a forceful way Howeverwe tall to see how his party or any other party Is to get control of all the rail roads mines electric light plantsT manufacturles and farm land United States without confiscating the properties We know of no way by which the money could be raised un less the government should just print enough to make the payments In eIther evennt many people In moderato circumstances would be ruined or greatly Injured Dispatches from the Indianapolis en eampulent all show that the Kell a tucky State Guard has been severely crltIclsro by the regular aruly offl sera for lock of dlscIJlllno and In sufficient equipment Pt Is agreed that Adjutant General Johnson who of thl at the head of the Stno militia Is responsible more than anyone for to this condition This Is the sane General Johnson who some months ago went Into an editors office In Louisville and In the Interests of Law and Order smashed a Cline over the editors head because he On had dared to Crltlclse the Generals who of course Js above criticism This santo head of the L wand Or der forces In Kentucky is also a- good Democrat When be committed this offense against law and order he- sbouid have beeon removed at once by the Governor of Kentucky It for nD other reason to make his many ed pooches square with his actions In tact Jt Is our opinion that General lb Johnson should have been removed to before he wus appointed Docause the editor ofllilspl1per JAIm taken a poslton against ap- IIOtntJve officers serving on Repub a- nJlatn committees the Hartford Hr- aid is unkind enough to call attention jo the fact that he was once chairman of the Republican State Central tom- sutteeand at tha same time an of- fl to hOlder We mightpload the- statute of UmltaUous upon this charge to 3tat we have a better deleaae thll41 j that time We took the same poslUon that we do now In regard to the matteer and as George W Long said In an arUcleln this paper son weeks ago we declined to serve on the committee further because of this very tact and the tact that oom plaint was being made by certain people against It These same people now seem to be experiencing a chang of heart however The editor of thiS I 1Isparty that he took the position that i lie should resIgn as chairman of the State Ptral Committee but wa persuaded to servo out iJlI term a which time ho declined to seek reelection 1 If the Hartford Herald Ile sires to be lair And generous It will make this corlctlo- nTtlif Does Not Add to the Cost Coffee Is on the free list In America It Is part o thef untaxed breakfast table In Germany tho tax Is seven cents ProtectivITairff o titS even to coffee The New York Journal has been making some investigations and It finds that In Germany roasted coffee at retail sells for the same trice as n Amerlmln spiteof the seven cents We have hero an Illustration that the amount of the Tariff Is not added to the cost to the consumer- INeither Is the omission of the Thrift substracted from the buying prices which the consumer pays In America Who gets the seven cents which the government of Germany collects but which Is not collected In this country The New York Journal says t Is the shipping trust which Is a foreIgn combination over which we have no control The Journal says Germany has a merchant marine- of Its own that Is merchant ships On the ocean whose transactions are regulated la Germany America bas no merchant marine The Journal thinks that we can save that seVen cents a pound or fifty millions a year on coffee alone to foreign shipping trustsThere Is food for reflection In these Jt would be better for us to thinking about such problems to be carping polltlclana at home all the tlmeCedar Rapids Repub llcan Kansas City Republicans The Kansas RePublican council whatever that Ishas announced the platormfy upon whIch the campaign In that state will be made It Is an Insurgent platform In other words It rot erbrates the Drl- stonlan thunder and flashes with Slurdockdan lightning there Is not a longwhlslered Populist throughout the length and breadth of that bleed Ing state who can read the document and fall to find a fervid endorsement of the general principles which he espoused In the good old grasshoPPer days of Sockless Jewry Simpson and Mary Ellen Lease The Isms are all therenlshlathe and referendum- I popular election of everybody from President on down to city catcher by direct vote or the peopled the Payne ariff to condemned and a demand made that a general revision be made ono schedule ata time Perhaps you can Imagine the pulsat- lng surging joy which would sweep over the business and commercial world at the prospect of another Tar- Iff revision In the near future on the schedule by schedule plan The Kansas platform will be read throughout the country with more of feeling of amusement then serious concern The country has been edu catell to look upon Kansas as then ountainhead of radicalism And It Is cover dlsallOlntld As In the days th ppDullsc epidemic Kansas prow duccd the most virulent typo It was be eXpected that In the hlgl1Ude of Insurgency that state wOuld be equally vociferous In proclaiming its adhere ence to the newer cult If the voice of Kansas means any thing It moons that there le a contest between hlsorlc Republicanism and Jnsurgencyy and the people must de- cldo under which flag they will take their standDes Moines Capital Fall Fairs at HenersoD and MadlsODVille Judge tl C Givens has announc that he will glue a tall AgricUltur- al FaIr at Henderson Octoler n to and at MadlsonvlJle October 19 22 Fltty Dollars at each lair Is- oUered for tobacco and thirty dollars andliberalfarm products The usual racing d ring show feautrea will he given Octuilerr Is uSUAlly a very pretty season Then farmers prOducts airs matured and they have leisure time gttead Judge Qlvena yilPrayeglres good fairs and hli ought to be able glyoa better fair in October than U- thatAt July tJ tiJc j tj Itd j r r i 9 The Kentucky Shame Day by day sInce the army maneu yore at Fort DeujamlnHarrleonbegan the news dispatches have been bring lug news from the Kentucky regiment on duty therecalculated to make th State hang Its head In slgtune The troopitreacl1I Itho field without general siedical stores and minus even the t7rst aid laJw s s brought to light some now detail of culpable negligence or sndalopl In faitto q Soc 5nli Iteglaient landedat the maneu vergrounds minus Its entire subsls fence equipment and suppltee tho greater part of the tents furnIshed- all tile regiments were leaky the thlammunlUon and had the combat been real would have ben butchered without being able to defend themselves flnallr1ud the end Is not yetther- egular army officers In order tha the men might tale their hart In tile maneuvers with some show of Intelligence found It necessaryy to drill the men until their feet wree raw In the a b cs of their business which they should have been taught a home by their own line officers What Is the result The State has been exposed to the entire nation as a Commonwealth where even the citizen soldiery are pawns In a mis erable game of peanut politics and log rolling a State dead to the call of honor The powers that be and have been In the Kentucky National Guard have put upon the Stile the odium that attaches to a Common wealth unwilling or unable to bear Its part in the defense of the nation to be ready with full regIments fully equipped to take the field at a moments notice The odium thus In urred cannot be shaken off or lessened by the fact that these exposures came during mini mortar had It been actual combat the result would have been the same The State should give thanks that It was not left to the bloody test of war and the needless acriflco of lives to expose the shameful condition The only thing left to do Is to clean out of the States service every officer civil and military responsi ble for this state of affairs and to fix the blame by a thorough Inquiry Loulsvlllo people have long known that the First Regiment has for years boon apolitical football foci the fa vorite of both parties The former commander of the regiment resigned when Gov Wllison adhered to the law and Insisted that ho pass uu examination such as Is required of all commanding officers to all other States With him went a large number of officers and men many of them breaking their articles of enlist ment This In Itself was proof posy tlvo that no such thing as mllltar discipline existed In the rgelmenet and had there been any great elfl clency of organization or personnel they must have been destroyed by such a course As a matter of tact the regiment was demonstrated to be nothing but a political rallying Paint and the mop who acted thus showed that they put personal ambittun and cabal olltlcs above patriotism and the good name of the State Under the regime that followed FIowhavoKentucky Nattonal Guard le appar ently a Political asset not a fIght- Ing machhhe formed for the defense- o the nation How has KentuckYs allotment of the Dick law fund been uSEd If the equipment Is rotten or onexistent No Adjutant Generals epartment worthy of the name would have Sent troops to the field ithout needful supplies no line ot titer worthy of the umcut VQuld have noticed the omission and tested to the point of offering hi reesignaton The men are nIl rights but they cant drill thmseles aud- I equip themselveS Clean the whole house Gov WlIIsonLoulsllle Her aid Foolishness and Falsehood The gentlemen who are so anxious to prove that there is no need of Protection for American products frequently forget to be consistent TheS have raised a great hullabalo lately abRttt the alleged effect of the Tar livingrcourse for the prJcea of many tom modittes have advanced In all seC- tions of the world Including Free Trade England rind the Thrift has had nothIng whatever o do with the matter Siorrover some prices hnve dotfrom former figurte Dy what sort of logic can the American Tariff be made accountable for such resultsl thto g to the price of wheat which has been high and now Is lower ono n these critics says The Tariff o wheat dId not Increase the price here reductiontinexorable law of supply and d mand which controls the price or comnlo die ns has produced this result Of course the Tariff did not hcrease the price ot wheat and no thlnltlng Protectionist has eVer claimed It did But the admission of the tact from a FreeTrade faultfnderr Is pretty good proof that the whole perfor mance of charging high prices for the no ssalles of life to the Tariff originated In foolishness and false hoodTroy Time- sMcKinleys Mantle The following quotation Is taken from the address or president R E James of the Pennsylvania Bankers Assoclatoln at the sixteenth annual convention recently held at Bedford PaFederal legislation as to the rogue laton of coporntioDB and more esPe- cially the continued agitation of the subject of federal control of corporations have been the fruitful cause of hesitation uncertainty and tear of buslncas circles and have produced an abundant crop of misfortune Tiler was ample room for the curtailing of corporate action If not of corporate power Abuses existed calling for repression but a reasonable degree of good JUdgment In applyylng remedies might have saved the Innocent at least some portion of the enormous losses and depreciations In value which have naturally followed the tornado system of paternal control Notwithstanding the fact that those economists now occupying the public eye declare that the best wdy to des troy the hornets nest Is by firing your barn there still remains an un fortunate mlnorltyy who nurse unspoken objections to this remedy Conservation Is applied to the remote wilderness Only destruction is the remedy at home It Is to bo hoped that at some time within the present era the limelight the brass band and the political dancing dervish may weary and disappear and statesmanship may again resume where McKinley dropped the mantle In Memory Our dear son and brothEr Davy Austin who died September 3 1910 age two years four months and twelvo days at the time of his death The death angel visited the home of MT and Mrs Isaac Austin and tOOk from them their darling BOil How wo loved you and would havF kept tree with us but God knew best to tale our darling home to rest A SiSTF R 30 DOZEN EGGS Value ofa Case of Eggs 30 Dozen in March1910 and in March 1896 When Measured by the Articlesi Article halthDIinrch larch 7tW Colt 1110 NOltcDd B7 I27MOla QpeD Osiun ZO Iltlcenomtle eholee Jond la 79- SagerOranulated 0 r 7TPoa00aTu Furmoa all t r1 J4IIrDelCarpet yard G II Carpet JDIOID yard 14 1CottauSanaeltl47ard to the pound Yards as afOllilfbamAmOAteHIf yard 110 rashetlag nlpachd1epperll JOlM Yrde 21Sheeting arow11 Ppperu Yard HI i7 WShoesa YatdaCoal 1 4 w q It fOetrBarbed wire Jal DlaellPODlld 310 100 NIII Wire I loDnd+ 411 141Jlrfct Common domlPttic Jlrlch 1211c meotiortlaad Domestic + 0 Bnol a sip 18Lime Common i Srrl T 4 10KblalfllltlpMlM VHt 2I1ja With Hal lemmata J 0 With r17 rmIaa I v I iURANNUALS I IFalIDisplay OF 1Skirts1 Dress Goods Silks Mens and Boys Clothingri Shirts Neckwear Hats Caps and f Shoes for the Whole Family IS READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION These goods have been chosen with that discriminating taste which has so firmly established the supremacy of our store as a universal trading place Nothing I within the limits of good taste is missing from any department We invite you to come and see May we have the pleasure of your presence just for a look arms Bros BEAVER DAM SS y Autumn Milili- leryOPENING Saturday Sept 24 I rShowing latest ideas in Dress and Tailored Hats We are now in our new quarters on Main finextHartford come and let us makee youTt t I J to 1 I cl t J p J J RosenbhjttTheStor ThtS itiliifer ry HARTFORD KY ttc I I tl J 110 k- li tI 1l I J1fR ft t d t 4 Hartford Republican FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 23 UllnolsCen tral Rail road Tlmi Table At Beaver Dam Ky North llnuuit- HO IonI II Bonud 13 due 405 A in 0121 duel lh5 ft W Not 1ueI228p m Kolindne2M8pnl olflJdne2ttpm Nolildueea5m M H E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Trams pass Hartford at the follow Ing times NORTH BOUND 112729 a m passenger Daily I 114 340 p m Mixed Dalley except Sunday SOUTH BOUND 115920 a m Mixed Daily except Sunday 113 146 p m Passenger Daily Timothy Seed at Fords at 425 er Pure Paris Green Boo per pound 101b lots 28c i I Hartford Grocery Co t Economy Fruit JarsSee samples- r canned in our window Hartford Grocery Co Mrs B B Collins who has been ill of typhoid fever is thought to be out of danger 1J Mr U S Carson and family Miss i Verna Duke and Rev G J Bean city visited W A Clark and family Sunnydale Sunday MrL M Render SecretaryTreas ury of the Columbia Trust Company Louisville Is spending his vacation with his parents Mr and Mrs W B Render Leave your Laundry at Cleve Ilera grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madlsonville Steam Laundry Madlsonville Ice Laundry Company Incorporated tf Messrs Rowan Holbrook W S Tinsley R E Lee Slmmerman T H Black and Harold Holbrook left Wednesday morning for the pool on Gras f sy where they expect to spend a few days In calm fishing Co it returned yesterday afternoon from Indianapolis encampment All the boys were well and report a good time but plenty of hard work Our Company made a good showing r among the Kentucky troops Mrs F O Austin and daughter Miss Marie who have been spending the summer with friends and relatives In Hartford and Beaver Dam have returned to Ithlca New York where Miss Marie will continue her studies ln Cornell University Miss Ethel Martin who has been day operator at the Hartford Telephone Exchange for several years bas resigned to accept a position as saleslady in the New York Store The manager of the company express es vcfigreat regret because of the loss of her services and is very high in praleeat her work during her con nection with the company Mr William Gillespie who has been in falling health for several months was operated on last Mon i iyfOr hernia at tie home of his brothel j MriL H qillesple pn lower f Uaion street Ollacco11ilof Mr VnOni plell great physical weakness the operation was ioee41ngi dlf fait and delicate but seems to be J MiewstHi M pas jfifcmrtJp Dr 1p13 Peedletonte by DfeaE JT Her w4 X T Millerelt 1 40 f + 1 0 a ref I I y j FRLL OizHoI = rTh f FAIR COMPANY Saturday October L Millinery Silks Dress Goods Tailored Suits Ladies Skirts Waists Etc You are invited Come and bring your friends Miss Ira Mills the efficient first clerk at the Hartford Post office returned yesterday from a visit to relatives in Memphis u Messrs S L Stevens Beaver Dam B C Rhoads Taffy G L Tucker Rosine and N M j Taylor Wysox were among our callers yesterday u Mr A C Yeiser has purchased n vacant lot on Fredrlca street from Mrs Alec Barnett and has begun the erection of a residence thereon I Tyyphold fever is almost epidemic in the lower No Creek and Heflin neighborhoods Many whole families I being stricken with the malady and several deaths have resulted It is thought that the decaying vegetation brought about by the unusual high water In the bottom land may have something to do with the spread I the disease ofI Mr Arthur Petty who has been Job and ad compositor in the of rice of the Hartford Herald for sev eral years left last Friday for Ow ensboro where he has accepted a like position with the Owensboro Messenger Mr Petty is a very worthy young man energetic and a competent printer We wish him I success In his new field of labor Messrs J Bant1 Ellis Mitchell recently threshed the largest crop of wheat thus far reported In Ohio coun ty the crop netting 2100 bushels They sold the years product at the thresher for one dollar Per bushel I This has been an exceptionally splen did year for wheat and many farmers have raised considerable crops but this is the largest we have heard of I On last Sunday Mr and Mrs W A Clark entertained at their beau tiful home at Sunnydale Mrs Clarks brother and sisters and three fam JosephineItwelve oclock a bountiful lunch was served Mrs Clark also invited her neighbors In the afternoon and by three oclock the number had in creased to fortynine Then ice cream and cake was served It was a happy day for the family and I friendsAt Bankrupt sale ofZ Wayne Griffin last Monday the stock of I goods and fixtures were bought by Messrs C M Barnett and R B Martin for 2450 while the drug store houso and lot was purchased by Rowan Holbrook for the Bank of Hartford for 2710 The notes and I accounts and one share in the Hart ford Tobacco Warehouse Co was bought for 160 The sale was a- very I I great dlsapolntment to thecred itors and Mr Griffin as it was thought the property would sell for much higher amount A S of E Notice 1 Hartford Magisterial District Meet RunI ance la desired G P JONES Pres O R TINSLEY Secy Farmers Rally The Farmers Educational and Co operative Union of America will have a rally at the Fairgrounds Hartford Ky on October let lftl0Matjrhlch tints the following gentlemen will address the farmers of vOhlo and adjoining counties viz RL Barnett State secretaryTreasurer Paducah Ky and ROT John Grady GllberUYllle Ky Everybody invited to bet Present r WALTEH SONNER 8fcy ofebhib County Union of thei- tPenrat4tra EducaU aal and Co Op eraUTe Union of America w I Nl1 Y FAIRVIEW Sept 20Mr and Mrs James Gal loa Narrows visited Mr and Mrs Akc Boswell Sunday Miss Maude Faught left Wednes day for Danville Ky where she will enter school Miss Annie Myers was violently thrown from a horse last Tuesday morning and received a painful in juryRev T J Acton filled Rev P E Herndons appointment at Nar SunllayI her Satur son dayMrs Mary Wilson Misses Maude Hurt Dora Hurt Bessie K Acton Ruby Acton and Mr 0 C White and little son visited Mr and Mrs Robert Myers Sunday afternoon Miss Bessie K Acton visited rel atives at Narrows Saturday Misses Lorena and Beulah Wilson visited Misses Lorena and Eva White Sunday afternoon Miss Dora Faught has been on the sick list for several days Little Miss Pauline Hurt has Just recovered from a recent attack of flux Building Contracts to Let The letting of contracts for build ing 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 Septem ber 24 1910 at following placesI Subdistrict No 14 Moseley Ed ucational Division No1 subdistrict No 18 Belmnot Educational DI- vision No1 subdistrict No 12 Olaton Educational Division No3 and subdistrict No2 Arnold Educational Division No4 The above contracts will be let un der sealed bids 9t2 HENRY LEACH Supt Worth Wade Ordained to the Ministry- In compliance to the request of Mt Carmel Baptist church a council cOmposed of brethren from Rockport Beaver Dam Owensboro and Hartford met at Mt Carmel at 10 oclock Tuesday Sept 20th 1910 for the purpose of assisting in an examination of orlllnaItlonThe council organized by electing Eld John T Casebler moderator and J W Bruner clerk After song and prayer Bro A N Couch who had been chosen by the Church and candidate preached a oflThoBro Wade then related his Christian experience and call to the min istry After the congregation had partaken of the bountiful dinner prepared by the good people of that commu nlty the council entered Into the ex amination as to his views of ChrJst doctrine and practice The ex DIGardnerHe being found sound in the faith the council recommended him for ordination The church then instruct ed the council to proceed with the ordinationThe was offered by the pas tor of the church Elder N Lashbroote Then the laying on of hands by the Presbytery which composed of Eldera John T Casebler A B Gardner A N Couch N Lashbrook and 3 W Bruner Charge to the candidate was deli ered byJv Bruner to the church by N VLaahbrookyiBong and right I j jI k 1L hand of fellowship Benediction by candidateBro starts Into his new work with a bright prospect and should have the prayer and encouragement of the brethren everywhere and especially of the church where he Is a member J W BRUNER Clerk Special Notice All or any persons 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 15th 1910 or they will be forever barred All persons know Ing themselves indebted to the de ceased by note account or any other way must settle at once E T WILLIAMS St4 Executor of L F Condlct I I Program Program Sunday School Union of Ohio County Baptist Association with Slaty Creek church Prentls Ky Tuesday Sept 27 1910 930 a m Devotional Elder J W Bruner 1000 a m Reading minutes reports of officers and schools and elec tion of officers for ensuing year 1030 a m Relation of Church Members to the Sunday School El der J T Casebler 1100 a m Mission Schools and Missions In the SchoolElder A B Gardner 1130 a m The Relation and Duty of Teacher to the ClassElder- J W Wade 1200 Noon 100 pm The Song Service In the SchoolE A Carter 130 p m TIle Relation and Duty of the Superintendent to his School Elder R E Fuqua tOO p m How May the Church Secure Trained Officers and Teachers Elder Birch Shields 230 p m Duty of Regular Church Officers to the SchoolElder- G H Lawrence 300 p m Records Reports and Recognitions Elder J N Jarnagln 330 p m Miscellaneous and ad journment Speakers are expected tol leave enough time for discussion of their subjects Every church is expected to be representedE FORD Chmn W M FAIR Secs and Treas SELECT Sept 20Roy Shields Brown and Robison are carrying on a protract ed meeting at Balzetown with good resultsMr WInson Smith who Is doing some carpenter work at McHenry was at homo Sunday Mr and Mrs B F Flener of Green River visited at Mr J J Stewarts Tuesday Mrs Laura Hudson of Broadway Is visiting the family of Mrs M F Langford this week Mr Towsend of Indiana was here a few days this week buying ties Farmers in this neighborhood are about dune cutting tobacco and will soon prepare to sow iwehat W I Langford and Ellis Baize was at M Henry Friday I Mr and Mrs J W Keown visited their son Thurman Keown at Williams Mines Saturday and Sun day For Sale One 10horse traction engine and one saw mill complete both In good condition Fop particulars c lloltor address N P BROW IMf s McHenry ky MANDA Sept 20Your correspondent will send a few lines for your valuable paper thinking maybe someone might think I had gone visiting But I am at my same old place but think sometimes that It might be best to go somewhere for times are very hard up here The hens are dyylng with cholera and we are getting no eggs or at least that Is the complaint I hear there Is plenty of cabbage and beans but you know lard Is high and no eggs to buy with Health is good with the exception of a few cases of mumps and one or two crlples by accident Mrs George Leach Ella and Seth Davis arc thinking of going to Illi nois in a short time to do farm workMiss Leona Janis of Livermore Is visiting her grandmother and un cles and aunts Mrs Mary Stewart Hays Stewart Mrs Baize and Mrs Haven of this place Messrs Roy and Cleveland Rains went to the fair at Louisville last FridayMr Gady Ames wife and two chil dren E T Taylor and wife visited at the mines Saturday and Sunday Mr B H Stewart of Taylor Mines visited his partenst and child near this place Saturday Rev W G Stewart was here last Saturday Although very feeble In health he seemed to enjoy being out and shaking hands wlyth his many friends Hope he may come agalnas he seems to enjoy company so well I HANDS WANTED AT ONCE We Will pay 150 per day for hands on Construction- of Hartford Sewer System Apply to S S MAY Co Contractors Mule Colt SliotvUwaiiK Mr liurnle McDowell of East Hartford was awarded the premium of 7iO for the best horse mule and Virgil Sanderfur of West Hartford Was awarded the premium of 750 ror the best mare mule In Black Jlrkheads colt show In Hartford last Saturday There were a fine lot of mule colts In the contest Notice On and after September 1 1910 the managers of the following coal- mines In Ohio County will require cash payments with each load of coal at the bank Tyro Blankcn ship Hamilton Mercer Bros Reader Ford Miller and Brown RENDER Sept 20Mrs Belle Parsons went to Louisville last Wednesday Messrs Wm Baltzell Ed Hess and Simon Stavens attended tie State Fair at Louisville last Wednesday and Thursday ianWWd Ersle Jarnigan and J E Smith were in Louisville Friday Simon Jones was In Hartford on legal buslnessSaturday Mrs Ed Skcetera went to Caney rllle Saturday John B Hardly went to Owen- sboroSunday Oscar Woosley and Miss Henrietta Trout of Beaver Dam wero bore Sunday the guests of Miss Nellie Harris Mr J L Tate of Ro Ort was visiting here Sunday Of all the relics around here Dr J S Smith has a Violin said to be over one hundred yearsold said to t oJ be worth one thousand dollars It Is quite an honor for a person to own such an instrument W H Barnes of Hartford was here Sunday on legal bus now G B James of Louisville was hfro on business yesterday Mr and Mrs Iurd Halfaco return ed to their home In Odin 111 today NARROWS Sept IIr O D Fentret5 Is a tending the fair at Louisville this I weeekMr A II Renfrow went to Louisville Tuesday Mr Alonzo White was In Owins boro Tuesday Mr and Mrs Calvin Loyil of Kch ols visited relatives here Sunday Mr and Mrs Alonzo WhIte were at Horse Branch from Friday until SundayMiss Isabel Thomas was In Fords ville Tuesday Mr E T Pate went to Owiusboro Wednesday Miss Hattie Lnwlact visited rela I tives at Horse Branch frown Friday until Wednesday Mr Sam Bennett who has heels seriously ill of flux is slowly conval escingTobacco housing about completed Quality much bettor than last sea son but quantity less A S iif H Notice To the Tobacco Growers of Ohio countyAll pledges of the A S of E Home Warehouse and Green Riv er Association will close the first day of October 1910 No tobacco pooled after that time So please take no tice and govern yourselves accord ingly D FORD Churn Finance tom I Feeding the Flies Hot weather suggestions Open all the windows place a dish of roast porn and a dish of boiled cabbage and bacon on the thing room table when all the flies in tho neighborhood hero collected screen the house cook eonw thing dlgcstable and have dinner on the lawn From till San Antonio Tex Express u Pay Your TAXESRepresentatives ty Sheriffs office will be M the fol lowing places at the times 1llcaedI for the purpose of issuing tax re ceipts and you will save coming to vibe county seat or avoid the necessi ty of a visit to your homo by arrang ing to settle in this manner DEPUTY SHERIFF S O KEOWN Will be at the following places Ralph Sept 23 pagan Sept 24 Rockport Sept 26 forenoon Echols In tile afternoon Centertown Sept 27 Matanzas Sept 28 Smallhous Sept 29 forenoon Ceral vo in the afternoon Deanflcld Oct 5 forenoon Aetuavllle In the afternoon Herbert Oct G forenoon Haynes vllle in the afternoon Fordsvllle Oct 7 Beaver Dam Oct 10 forenoon Taylor JHne 4 oclock in time after noonNcfenryOct15 i JI a i- 1Zw Try A GLASS AND CUT GLASS Pressed Ware at Times Deceives Even Experts A GUIDE FOR THE UNWARY me Seeker After Cut Glue I Safe In Purchasing Closed In Articles al They Cannot Be Duplicated In Press ed GlaceArt of the Cutter Buyers for large houses are some rimes deceived when buying cut gloes and find they bavo bought what Is commercially known as pressed gins Instead of the genuine article Yet thero are a few simple rules tbat will safeguard the ordinary buyer tit retail Ttto chief ono Is to pick out only what the manufacturer calls closed In articles Dy this he means vases jugs pitchers bottles and tho like These cannot be duplicated In press ed glassware which Is first molded In patterns and the edges ground This process gives It so close a resemblanc to real cut glass that even experts may bo deceived But In the closed In articles someway la yet to be devised by which the pressed lines cnn be followed through the opposite silo when put on the wheel to be cut as the pressed part Interferes with the workman seeing through true glass which he has to do In order to follow the lines of the design on the cutter The kind of cut glass that Is coon tertelted Is called open work such as- plntes nPPPlts or any lint article through which the woei tap can read lly see when finishing It Ilotber help In selecting cut glass Ili eta weight The genuine Is made tram pure lead glass made chiefly it America especially fur cutting This Lead glass is very henry rh6Org1 stela toward cutting Is to mark on the IOblankthat Is the dish In the clear glassIn red or other palni the design that has been selected tot itTile most common designs ore din mond shapes stars or carious points crosses and squares and other glOmet- rlcal patterns The design must be marked on the glass exactly to stand the test ot compass and rule When nil lines are In perfect accordance with the pattern sud also fit the blank the rougbing- begins This Is cutting the heavy work such I1S the necks of rases and bottles and the heavy lines on the stars This Is done on n machine called the mUl a big wooden framed affair on top of which Is n hopper lioldiug about halt a ton ot Berkshire hills sand This snnd Is the only kind In this country that has proved satisfactory for this work The mud runs down through the hopper Is moistened with water and comes out of a large steel disk the- edge ot which Is sharp Ills disk ti turned by power lit te very high speed The wet sand or the disk gives It a tooth which when the glass Is held against the edge ot the disk cuts very rapidlyAU coarse tend heavy cutting Is done on this lnilh The cutting In ot the liner work be Sills on a mill with a stone disk resembling an old fashioned grindstone but much narrower and with a beveled edge These stones come chiefly Iron Italy or Scotland They are very hnrt and carry n keen edge n long time They arc used for the tine cutting altogether There Is h stone found In Non Sco tin nmch softer that cuts qulcker mill Is used for fluthig oti seater bottle and compotes where teary cuts fir dcslnvi 1err often M ninny liS fiCteen- Ilr twenty dUflrnt stoner of vnrciii degrees uf hllrIrIOs IIIC used fur thl rutting or out all IcIi liter the tledgu his beth nil en- Catmw one of till upt dUtllull pnetl of rho work the pilishlug- TMs Is bone on tilt outside lOt tilt work with a very hint sptettil hens whetl 4overerl with uktentrl pond stout iktwderel Ilk atone le lore thrown tilt by n urn LalriO wotnlen disks made to tit tbs cuts nlll ltd with pumlee and water are usel for lllIlIhll tilt line work II- Iutui uroullil tilt deiknle tracery of the pattern Ire hand or taw glass lnttltll xIrroust he steady strung and IIlCUrUle for the least ihletake NINIIs II whuh patleru In the ease of a fourteen Inch pnueli howl this mean till luss ot Another kind of glass ull1l11 II known us stone engraving It Is done with Julio stonu wllltl null lIlllIer tools entirely by hand The design lire chlcfly vines and flowers They tiro not cut deep and are often mistaken for pressed glass In reality they aro the most expensive kind of alit glass the price for a single pIece ot Jarge size und ornate dlCoratlon reaching tour figures Oils cutting Is clot only a trade but an art nod any ono after seeing tit snetbod oinpioyed will readily under stand why genuine cut glllss corn tuds high pr1t os Boston Globe The Job Department former EmployerAnd so you are swapper man now Thompso- ulthompsonrea sir Im the editor of- tbeaob department Former Employ tsEdllor ot the job departmen- tlbepeonYeas sir I carries In cool tlwd nJba the door and cleans the wow and all such edltin as that iMadol Graphic TWeet In the volco Is often only atlalth RUle ot reason In the 1tr A COLONIAL HUSTLER Colonel Samu1 Slopr Was a Jack All Trades It J8 necessary that the pioneer be a matt of Intlnlte resource who can do for hl welt or his neighbors every tie eseill task Such a man was Colonel Samuel Sloper ono of the early set tlere ot DlaudCord Aiass whose as- tonlsblng versatility Is recorded by S G Wood In Taverns and Turnpikes ot Dlandtord Colonel Sloper among other things kept something ot a stable and pastured horses and stock For the mu- nlficent reward of 3 shillings the old veteran In l78S moved the family ot David Knox by means ot teamo and ooy Now and then he turned his hand to odd jobs lIe carted and laid out John Waldo Woods flax one set son for 17 lOs ilo seems to bnve mado shoes and garments for his family and for his neighbors For Enos Loomis young son who was bound out to him he did on this wise Caplng your sous shoes 13 One bottllsreen coat trimmed and made for Moses 7 shf lings lIe made several shirts nnd D frock for the Martin Leonard cote pang Tile number of things which this vet eran and dabstev did make nn us- tonlshlng list lIe was surgeon In or- tIlnnry to tile parish of DlandCord and tills long before ho had accumulated au army experience Veterinary too ho was Ills journals are peppers over with charges for the trentment- ot young horses In tile account ot Ellphalet Thompson In the year 1772 along with a frying Pnnn and I- PI Slzers Is the charge To Setlng your boys rlllt twelve shillings James Sinnett In liB became Indebted to Setlng your knee and Dress- Ings and to Sundrl Dressings 4 and 3 pblllings respectively NEVER OPENING A Large Number of Plants Bear Cikt- ogamous Blossoms The never opening dower or nil bat nnlsts call It clelstognmr Is well Illus tatted by the case ot the common sweet violet The familiar purple sweet scented blossom which to most people Is the violet dower hardly ever produces any seed But altogether un seen by most people It produces a number of minute scentless and col orless flowers which never ouch These are self fertlllzetI and lirodus abundant seed The word clelstog amour expresses the tact that the tertlllzation tales place without the opening ot the flower and hence with out tile agency or Insects Such never opening flowers occur In a largo num her or plants sometimes along with blossoms ot the orlllnary sort ant sometimes without them It Is n disputed point however whether they Is any plant which In nil circumstances well produce nothing but clelstogamou dowers There are nevertheless number which normally produce nothing else As regards fertility tile seeds pro duced by the ctelstogamous flowers are never Inferior to those ot tile ordinary blossoms In some cases they are superior and In others they are the only seed produced ly the plant It has been found that the amount o- clelstogamy varies with the height or the plants The shortest hear clefs togamlc flowers only and those a lit tie taller have n few small open flow ers In addition to the closed ones This tallest plnnts have larger open flow ers with only a kw clelstogamlc Botanical Gazette Gold In Ancient Rome William Jacob In or tile Precious Metals Istll1llltescrom the accounts given by the ltonlatl writers that In the reignl of Augustan tine fIrs or the emperors whets tullie Vas at the height sit its power the amount ot gold In the Human empire VIIS uearI- 2000OIktOpO this mst treasure hat heel gnilerttirhitlly by lUllIllIlst CIIII various unlbins ur liavape sln alit alto litre laud heeu extenslVi unties III Nlahl sad ltd ibe tits woun talus ot north lfriu but their yleh In the wealth of klllJ and tiC cities 1- 1sin and iypt hail been dPlOIHIIILt1 and nrrltlL away to eurieh the eon qutnir+ Our First Money The first t riittd Staten money wm made In liStI Lint instuad of hearlll the tOIlS ut irodms tatOtiIllCIi It hUfl only thu face of Liberty Some fev tours were stamped with tine face of- WntlIll1Jwli rind iue highly valued 11- 3colletturt Tlw first collls struck J the luliel titter paint were some bnlt- dlllleg III 1702 Tile first United State dllllos were strutl lit France from old sliver family place furnished by 11Isli- ingtou and were known as Jlartht Washington dllllfs from the fact tart the Liberty head was adapted to that or the presldenti tv lCeNew Yorl- lmerleany Over the Mark Does he aim at reulisni In the sto ties ho writes lie may aim at It hut he doesnt lilt within n million mllas of it flows that The hero or his last story Is n spendthrift Scotchman Houston Post A Conscientious Declaration DrummerWUJ you be mine All my life I will worship you from Feb nary until April and from August un tll December The rest of the time 1 am on the roadFllegende Blatter Always a Way She Is reputed to be a cold beauty bid you win her heart with otchldsl No I sent sortie very floe Imported tattaagea to her dogPlttaburg Post C A CITY Oi DANGEIS Going Out it NIght In MosulMuna Imperiling Ones Life Mosul on the western bank of the Tigris Is described lit The 131tortCut- to India by David Fraser a jplace of soma difficulty for the residents Prices ot every mortal thing ai dearer than anywhere else In Turkey Water Is procured only from the TI grin and every drop requlrcil wrist be carried theretrom In skins upon donkeys Two pounds a month Is D TOryI ordinary expenditure on this essential and provides but n scanty bath To go out at night Is fo place ones life In jeopardy To walk aeroh the bridge In broad daylgbt Is a danger owing to the frailty ot the structure The bridge Is a wonderful affair and yields an Income of some thousands ot pounds annually to the contractor who farms It from the government Threo hundred yards ot It Is solid ma sonry and the remaining 150 yards a wooden platform laid upon a row or crazy boats Where the bridge ot boats abuts the shore nt ono end and tbostone brIdge at the other are the points ot danger for owing to the height ot the river when I was there the Joinlngs were at a slopo ot forty ve degrees and consisted of narrow gangways up which people sheep cattle donkeys mules horses and camels had to scramble No wonder there were many tailings Into the wnterdanserous water too for It coursed like a cataract between the boats and swirled and boiled lu fierce eddies and whirlpools below the bridgeOne poor Znbtle with rifle slung and bandoliers strapped across his chest was walking across when hishorse slipped at the ascent to the boat part of the bridge and both tell Into the water The horse was rescued but the man was drowned Life has small value In Mosul however and nobody bothered to mend the hugo holes In the bridge or to make Its passage less precarious A Hard Lot Nicaragua has been distinguished even among Central AmerJcnnrcpub lice by the number of Its revolutions Discovered by Columbus It takes its name from the chief who ruled It at the time ot Its exploration by nolrla In 1522 Ot Its earliest rulers It has been said that the first had been n murderer the second a murderer anti rebel the thIrd murdered the second the fourth was a forger and the fifth a murderer and rebel Nicaragua abounds In prehistoric remains and In some parts It Is said the Inhabitants still supply themselves with pottery from the vast quantities preserved be low the surface Ii The Minds Power Zoln said n psychologist once wrote In a ladys album 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and lie E D Pendleton RELIGIOUS SERVICES Or E Church SouthServices mowing and evening every fIrst and third Sun day In each month Sunday School 945 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Itev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices every Sunday morning and evening Sunday School 915 a m Prayer meetlllg every Wednesday evening Rev J W Druner pastor Christian ChurchServices every Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Sunday ClayFordC P ChurchServIces first Sunday to each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Sunday School 945 Rev T C Wilson pastor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge Tea 675 F 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 A M meets every third Saturday night In each month It Holbrook High PrIest W S Hartford Chapter No 84 O E S meets second and fourth Monday even- Ing Mrs T It Darnard W M Miss Willie Smith Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythlas meets every Tuesday night S A Anderson C C J G Keown K of RSH- artford Tent No 99 K O T hI meets every first and third Thursday night R T Collins Commander L P Foreman Record KeePEr Sunshine Iilve No 42 L O T M meets second and fourth Thursday night Ia each month Mrs Attyo Commander Mrs Lula lentllttoll Lady Record Keeper Carpenters and Joiners local No 1881 meets 1st Saturday night In each m nth Noah Skaggs Pres W D Luce See Trelts Acme Lodge No w I O 0 F meets second and fourth Friday niGht In melt mouth A n Itiley Nolllo Grand U V Scllruadr Secretary OhIo Tribe No 18S Imp Order meets second and fourth Wednes CarnlbollItleords Preston Morton Post No4 O A nholds regular meetings Saturday before the first Monday In each month Ash utogersAditA S of E National Officers C 0 Drnyton Pres Greenville Ill 111 F Sharp V IresBowling Green ICy S D Rump SeC and TreaslnWanap olds Ind State Officers J C Cnntrlll Prell Georgetown Ky HartfordYOhioDamRyCD Ford Trells Hartford icy COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION Henry Leach ChaIrman HartfordKy 1 L D Ticltenor Hartford U F D No 6 2 J ABellamy Whlteav111e Ky 3 F D Bnulhn Hartford KY 4 T W MeQuady Dalzetown Ky 6 Richard Plumer Taylor MlnesKy 6 J L Drown Rockport ICy A edtna aklteb and IpUonnay- q ckl uoertaln our opteon wbether w u proabl IIIDDleao t p t5conad crt n re IJUDD II raNTs 11 ttll 11 llrk t011 r y awNt+n i 1IMiliialrq lpI ii o ir iiffr POSE a I OVJl ipssrrCEswvi t7t J UARNETT 4 SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LASHA- RTFORD KY- ilia practice theirprofession lit all Ui court of Ohio and adJolnlnr cose ties and Court of Appeals sy til at tendon given to aU buainqr ekrustea their care Collections arJ the Prao tlee ot CrimInal and Red Estate LaW Specialties Office In Republican bull Inc FELIXtFRANK L Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In OhN and adjoining counties and In the Court Appeal Criminal practice and Coly- lecttons a Specialty Office In the flee aid bulidingYAN CY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice hIs profession In an the Courts of Ohio and adjoining countle and la the Court of Appeals Also Noy talT Public Office over First National Bank JODN A WILSON CRAS M CRown WILSON CROWS LAWYERS HARTFORD KY wm practice their profession In aU the courts of Ohio and adjoining count ties sad to the Court of Appools SpecIAl attention given to crlmJnaJ practice and to coueoUoos Office OD Main St opposite Oourt House tmd TRADEMARKS prompuy obtlDod In neounaatioemfw PATENTS THAT PAIL adertUO them tborooahly at oar erpeneand elpyoutoaucaw A Bead model pbotoor sketch for FREE report on ptentbWty IOun prctlca nun E ForeraeouiUBook503505 Seventh StreetCWASHINOTOND i KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New DilcOveryPllt FOR OLDS Ttlal6oote Free AND ALL THROAT AND tUNOTROlJ LEO GUARANTEED SATISPAOTOlh- OB MONEY BEPUNDED- a a l 1PROCURCD AND DCFCNDCD sdruodfl I1rIO or ttorerirt mere tree rrnt Ire d1cti how to obtain p4ni mute moray feoP1r1ltlC1c IN ALL COUNTRICS LaTh rIa1 with WQtiiulIDn saps rjnr Nery Red nfAn Jde faint- Paint ud I frlnlemtnt Practice Erclatlealy IrWASHINGTON D C e i J a trsL 1RBANkIGasoline k Pumps water gvlnds feed dia1iti corn c Works every flay et a smell cost to operate Alt eisc fOIl all purposes Send for cataloyeN S Z AddreeaaFAIMBANKS IIURSE Ia Fi isljy I 1C I1 I t HOGS AID WOUNDED SOLDIERS How They Are Trained In France for Work It Is within the possibllities that the United States army before many weeks have rolled around will have one or more Highly trained corpse of war dogs following the example of France and Germany The war college has been giving the subject e4 much ear ost study for our expert army officers have ascertained beyond all doubt that such highly trained corps or dogs are Invaluable in the field A recbnt report made by Dr Durland who Is In charge of the French dog corps has been translated for the benefit of the general staff of our war college It says TIle dogs are attached to the Red ross divisions of every army corps and they are trained to recognize no authority except that of a man with Cross Insignia on his arm A ofstranger could put on a uniform withI the Red Cross on his arm and dogs would obey him Instantly One set Is trained not to bark when a wounded soldier Is discovered on the battlefield for foor of drawing 4 the attention of the enemy The dog will take the fallen soldiers cap In Ills mouth and rush back to the camp giving up the cap as a sign that a wounded man Is lying in grass woods or brush He then will lead the stretcher bearers to where the man is lying Another set Is trained to give the alarm when a wounded man is discovered by giving a series of short sharp barks to draw the attention of the surgeons The dogs are taught neVer to scent out the dead They are trained only to find out the wounded Each dog carries a flaskot liquor and a firstaid package around his neck and on his back held in Illaco by a secure sUng lie knows that when he discovers a wounded man It- Is his duty to let the soldier take the package from him After the wounded soldier refreshes himself with the brandy and it able binds up his wounds with the first aid package the dog will either scamper off to load the surgeon to the spot or will stay bY the wounded tuna and bark until relief comes In Memoriam r God Is his infinite wisdom inbl allwise providence has seen best to call from our midst our Sunday Scho 1 attendant Shelby Bullock Although we In our weakness cannot see where It Is for the best yet a strong confidence that all the trials sorrows and losses of our lives are parts of our Fathers work ought to give peace to our hearts In all their pains We cannot know the reason for the Iialn- fnl strokes but we know that lie who holds the prunlngknlfe is our Father and that Is enough Therefore be it Resolved 1 That we bow in sub mission to the Divine wm in tak- Ing from us our little comrade a lov- Ing friend and faithful worker In our Sunday School 2 That we extend to the bereav ed mother and father our tenderest sympathy and know that little Shelby was called away because his time of toll was over and the Angels had come to convey kiln home 3 Resolved That these resolutions be published In each county paper and 1a copy presented to the bereaved parents Without murmUr uncomplaining In his hand Lye whatever things thou canst not understan Done by order of Smallhous Baptist Sunday School FLAUDlF D FULLERSO- ETIIEI IIUNTEIt Committee What a Man Did for Love These are sumo of the things that Robert WJntllroJl Chanler great grand aon of John Jacob Astor has done to win Linn CAvalleri the grand opera singer Sat In a box every night when she Sang Gave her gifts of rat o gems Smiled III l1orhen Rhe told him she didnt love h1- mPlod wilhhto uMartyliTm whether she lovcdhlnor Copt up his lllooi1lng when shore fused Mm scores of times hlnaily proposed to her bY cable Permitted her to use his Proposal as a press agent stunt al1d allowed newspapers to know long in advance that on a certain day she would cable her final apsy er from Europe When the final answer came ho gave the news jubilantly with riteivewlI to the newspapers to aid 1110 Press enttoEuropetobewedded toHer attorneys had told bar th4t i Su JIv t make the wedding binding she had better tell Chanler the story of her ilteChanler listened to this Agreed to forget her past Heard her tell that she had a Bon sixteen years old In a school in Rome of whose existence oven her nearest friends knew nothing Heard her say that this son was born when she was a working girl III Italy Agreed to become the stepfather of this son- Agreed to turn over to her his entire fortune which yielded him an annuity of 50000 a year Heard her tell him just before the wedding that she didnt love him but was only marrying him for his money and because he was a nice sort of a fellowMarry her- Discovered that she was still fond of a bewhiskered Russian Prince rwtt only two front teeth whom hte laws of Russia forbade her marrying Forgave her for this Found that his guardians In New York refused to turn over to Dwalter the fortune which he had promlaed herCame on to New York to plead with them knowing that his arrival here would give full pubUcUyy to the fash ion In which ho had been duped Told his family and his attorneYs that he wanted to give the woman all his fortune except enough to ylel him an Income of 20 a month and that despite her past and her treatment of him he still loved her The Outlawed Sparrow The english sparrow Is the pirat of the air just as the rat Is the feebooter of the earth and ought to be exterminated So rules the Department of Agriculture In a bulletii just published which also tells how to get rid of him He studious hunts and oats Insects which ale beneficial to plant life while he pass es over more or less those whirl are harmful The only good thing he does Is to eat the seed of weeds and prevent their spread Aside from that there Is nothing to be said In his favor More than that he Is mur derous Ito hunts the nesting place and destroys eggs and young blue birds house wrens tree swallows and barn swallows The robin the cat bird and the mocking bird he attacks and drives out of parks and shade trees lIe has no song but he drives out the song birds and brings only noise tn rteurn After having learn ed aU this about the sparrow after an extensive investtgatiou the Department of Agriculture shows a wa i to destroy him First whenever sparrows roost around your house destroy their nets If they roost at night on your eaves trough drive them away with a long pole DY des troylng nests wherever they are seethe Increase can be prevented Whoa soaked ill strychnine Is said to be the most satisfactory ending This method has been adopted In California where It was necessary to protect ripening fruit A sparrows stomach will hold about thirty kernels of wheat but six or seven properly treat ed wIth strychnine will kill him No One Lives Atone Mens lives are as thoroughly blended with each other as the air they breathoEllot Woman dna Work- Out they go Woman stenographers are from now on to be regarded as de trop In the government office at Washington Those civil service comnisstonerf must be a fine bunch of old grouches Always talking about work and efflcloncy and results and such tiresome things Now they make a rule that only non stenographers are to be employ ed Women arent amenable to office discipline Us declared and are not so adaptable as men The dont- 1Ie cluinge and act up when song body moves them aruond They cant helll It when theyre pretty and the men just simply will tak to them can they They frown and dliICQur age admiration and wont listen and surely do their share toward ktflling lie office force busy with their eyes sued to the ledgers or journals or whatevor It Is that eyes are glued ton an office But those Harrld detestable mon will persist In looking at them and chatting wIth then dandling men has Iongbooure g drll a fine art which tow have nasttered handling Women is n limb lem which has arisen or recent years as women hate crowded more into the anita of wagoveinier and so far no ono seams to have mastered It The Civil Serevlce Commission gives It up Is It possible that tho commission Is tmpuatlent aAd expects worn- n to throw off Ju one generation tho traits thpthave been welded into her being for an ago Look out for a slump in chewing urnstock at wa1lngtDnFrom the leveland Ohio Plata Dealer refr i TO SACRIFICE HIS liFE Tell City Boy to Exile Him self in Leper Colony Word has come to Dr William Lomax of Drlstow near Tell City lad that his oldest son Dr Claud Lomax who for few years has been practic- Ing In a hospital at Portland Ore has renounced the world and gone to Leper Island Hawaii to spend his life among lepers HIs object in doing this Is to try to glean a know ladge of leprosy and to Ascertain whether there Is any possibility of cure for the disease Mr Lomax was born and reared in- Drlitow and was highly esteemed by all who knew him He has lots of friends alt over the country who de plore that he has taken this stet which means a lifetime isolation from home and kindred Mrs Wm Lomax his mother is almost prostrated with grief Leper Island Is known geographically as the island of Molokai It Is a mass of rocks barren of vegetable life except in a small acreage Years ago it was sot aside by the South sea and Paclflq traders as a plague spot for lepers To pass its single port Is the same as entering prison Men who have the disease are sent there to spend the rest of their days Thril slag stories of attempted esCaPes are told of the Island No on has ever come back cured so far as the med teal world knows Many men some of affluence have voluntarily given up their famine and hurried to the Island when they discovered their affliction The rocky Isle Is shunned bysliipr No boats except those owned and controlled by the government are allowed to land there and n man or woman in sound health or not who visits tile leper colony Is never al lowed to leave the Island again The lepers are well cared for and live In comfortable houses SNOW CRYSTALS They Invariably Conform t the dte of six What magic is there In the rule of six that compels the snowflake to con form so rigidly to its laws Hero is a germ bestrewn scalm ot nature possessing Ute charm of mystery ot the unknown sure richly to reward the investigator Much wonder has been excited because the snow crystals exhibit such a bewildering diversity pnd beauty They form within a very thin gaseous solvent the air and this allows the molecules ot water nn unexampled freedom ot motion and adjustment while arranging themselves In crystal form The fact doubtless largely ex plains why the crystals of snow tar exceed other crystals In complexity sad symmetry Snow crystals like all crystals ot water develop under the hexagonal system and Invariably dl vide Into six Nothing absolutely cer Lain Is known as to why they grow thus except us It Is assumed the num her and arrangement of the attractive sad repellent poles possessed by the molecules ot water impose this habit ot growth on them This dividing Into six is necessarily discussed and best explained In somewhat technical sounding terms We way assume each water particle or molecule possesses two opposite primary poles positive tad negative corresponding In dlree ion with the main tabular axis ot the crystals and In addition three or six equidistant secondary poles arranged around what way ho called the equa tor141 diameters ot the molecules Water being a diamagnetic substance and luseeptlble to polar repulsion presum ably has a tendency to arrange Itself thus In a position between and at right ingles to the primary electromagnetic poles This alignment of the hues of growth opposite to the hues ot greater magnetic force would compel the crys tal9 ot snow to grow mainly outward in the dlllCtJons of their equatorialI diumeters and secondary henry woult1 perhaps best explain why the crystals grow upon thin tabu lar or In the boilofv columnar form and increase so little In the directions 111rectlonPechnlcsi World Magazine A Thrilling 8port- Ali exciting Mexican pastime lit that r flooring bulls with the baud from bouebsk Tho rider gatlopfug after be bull seize It by the taU and pass rag hip leg over fhe taU for thesake ot Jeferage pulls the poor belllt round ldewlll until It trips and goes crash big to earth amid a cloud of dust Needle to l8ythe bull ibrower needs a strong hand and steady nerves or tll may flud himself to trouble A Knowing Girl When young Lord tanletgh came to visit an American family the wls- trass tOld the servants that In ad dl1CS81nil1m they should always say tsOrace So when the young gentle mal ono morning met one of the iratty hou asrvants is the hallway and told her that she was so attrac tivelooking he thought he would kiss her she demurely replied clasping her hands on her bosom and looking up- sInth his face with a beatific expression 0 Lord for this blessing we arc about to receive we thank Thee July 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SHORTHAND 76 per cent of the United States Court Report ers write the system of Shorthand Draughon teaches because they know it is THE BEST FOr FPEE CATALOGUE and booklet Why Learn Telegraphy which explain aU call on or write JOHN F DRAUGHON Prealden- tDRAUGHONS PRACTICAL BUSINESS COLLEGE ltlOOllIOTID- I EVANSVILLE NDUCAH NASHVILLE ST LOUIS SPRINGFIELDMCMPHl9 t i in of of to see is to a one of a a a of to our is as as as it we 1 ii II II ILI CROMWELL Sept George Taylor who lived with his son Warren Tay lor tear this place died Friday at the ripe old age of F- y 2 Lars 10 months 21 days He had been a great sufferer for Quite a long time His remains were laid to rvst at Green River In the presence of a throng of and After funeral by Rev Birch Shields the Masons burial him In a manner that was In accord with his own request To his we extend so tar is It Is In our power HLs suf ferings here are over Prepare lathe Mr Otto Martin the Ohio County Supply Co was In town night Mr Vlck was here lay on his regular round He brings with him every time Mr L L Tapp was here Thurs day night Mr Charles Rogers our barber who had been visiting lu Ar kansas for three weeks home We are glad to have him with us again Dr Pal T Willis and wife Mr Prank Cooper and wife Mr Roscoe Jamts and wife ProC James Mr Roscoe Ilrtle and Mr Ira Kahn ull of this place the State Fair last week also Mr Tom Coop er All report a good time Mr J J Stewart of Select andi I I Lorene passed hero on their way lTf m Next Sunday Ls Rally day at this place for tide schools A nice program Is being and much Interest by teach ers and pupils come out It with us Miss Ruth and Miss Gray of Beaver Dam visited Miss Corlnne Tllford from Friday until Mrs Joe who has favor Is sonic bettor Mr Van Oiler who has fever Is not much better Severn have chills at the present We are rain badly Let us hoar from Mr again He te a O K Sopt 20 began 81 this place lost b Revs R Harper and J H Misses Dolora Leach and Oerta tt f r- ki1 C II III u FALLSATURDAY OCTOBER 1 1910 A Beautiful Array of New Fall Fashions Await Your Approval t fA in the history ofour business have we gathered together such a varied as NEVER of attractive merchandisethe market places style of country have J eachcontributed their Dainty lingerie nestles besides colddefying furs trom northwest sturdy weaves dress J IIIgoods standshoulder to shoulder with the shimmering beauty of lustrous silks 11r First and foremost this bewildering mass shade and color youll the new creations PRINTZESS Coats and them miss charming display worthwhile wearablestrue aristocrats every them captivating uitsI 11Notsimplicityyet each style modest womanhood also have complete assortment Mens Boys Suits and Overcoats Mens Ladies and Boys Shoes Dress Goods 10We of Ginghams Woolens and Silks also Hats and Notions We you be guestthis your invitationjust hearty just real would be were face to face 11ComeyouIl enjoy every moment of your Every Lady who attends our Opening will receive a Souvenir m CARSON CO INCORPORATED Hartford Ky Lh IdIIElI aII 111 I I 1II20Uncle evening Sunday friends relatives services relatives consolation judgment representing Thursday Sherman Wednea sunshine hustling returned Thursday Clarence attended daughter through Thursday morning Ixnilsvillo Sunday preepared manifested Everybodyy andenjoy Hunley Sunday evening Coleman typhoid typhoid writing neodelng Thomas progressive Republican BALD KNOB Revival meeting Sunday conducted Embry ifJt and centers the share the in find that and want stay Lich of Mt Zion visited Misses Edna and Anna Leach Saturday night and Sunday People are very busy making mo lasses In this neighborhood Supt Henry Leach adn family visited his parents Mr and Mrs Len Loach last Sunday Mr Henry Taylor who has been very Ill Is much better Mr Len Leach who got hurt on the bridge at the foot of the Bald Knob hill Is better i Born to the wife of Mr Jake Loach last week a fine girl Mother and baby doing well Mr Jessie Raines and slsterWin I nle of Mtr Pleasant spent lost I Sunday at Mr L D Taylors a + Seed WheatHarvest King Re I cleaned and True to Name Harvest King is smooth head wheatI red In color and Is one of the most I popular varieties grown in Kentucky Heads medium long and well tilled with short plump grain A fine mil ling wheat often scoring ninetyseven I or more It Is a sure cropper and products a large yield the yield having I reached as high as fifty bushels per acre on the Kentucky Experimental Farm at Lexington In year 1900 The I quality Is the best I have ever grown While the supply lasts I am j offering my crop at f 110 per bushel- I Send In your order early as or ders are coming In fast and the time for towing Is drawing near Thanking you In advance for your patronage I am yours truly E G AUSTIN 7t4 Prentis Ky I FORDSVILLE ISept 21Mrs Denham Hocker and children moved to Owonaboro last weekMr Will Ford of Winchester Ky is here this week Rev J T Lewis and wife have returned from a weeks visit at Glen doano and Irvlngton 1hfloldlKyMr Ed Wallace and family of Caneyvllle are visiting friends and relatives hors Mr Simon Smith Is at I Morgantown tills week exhibiting his wonderful trick horse- i Mrs Ed Porter Thompson and Mrs Katie Young are on the sick list Iitlwln Orr of Owcnton Kyand Roy Forman of Narrows are the new pupils to enter school this week Mr and Mrs CIDer Hicks Max z t y well have rented rooms from Mrs Emma Fuqua preparatory to enter ing school hero next week Wesley Daniel the fifteen year old son of Mr Charles Daniel while returning from a tent meeting nearI Cross Roods one evening last week was crossing a bridge when the horse broke through with his two front feet turning almost a complete som ersault falling on the boy and seriously Injuring him He was no better at last report The High School girls In Miss Fearless Co will entertain at College Hall Saturday evening September 24 Miss Jessie Henderson of Cincinnati Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs A Henderson Ohio Valley Exposition Cincinnati Ohio For this occasion the L N will sell tickets from Hart ford dates of sale Aug 28th to Sept 24th at the following rates Tickets limited to ten days from date of sale 680 Tickets limited to reach origi nal starting point not later than midnight Sept 29th 895 H E MISCHKE Agt Program Rally Day progmme of Cromwell Union Sunday School Sunday Sept 25 1910 Introduction Opening chorus Address of welcome PrayerSong school Lesson from the leaves Rochle Shields Doyoe Martin Roscoe Shields Cecil Martin Mark HavenMarle Rog ers Nova Taylor Martine Taylor Ruby Dunn Clara Allen Song by choir Three TreesMary Boatty Song by Choir Lifctfij soldier boysTobie Sorrels Irvin Shields Earl Cooper Song by Choir Daisy Drill and Song Mao Borah Adella Stewart Mottle Dunn Mae Allan Nora Taylor Martino Taylor Alma Simpson Marie Rogers Ruby Dunn Clara Allen Bearing Burdens Ruby Dunn Song by school Remarks by Superintendent Exorcise by Primary Class Mrs Dukle James Clara Allen Guy Hav= en Blame Haven Mildred Cooper Charley Daniel Corlrie Dennis Vlc tor Willis Processional of fruits by classes r Closing Hymn 4 d H Benediction vJ41 tkl i f SMALLHOUS Sept 20Mrs Joe Bullock who been dangerously 111 for the past week is thought to be much better Her sister Mrs Dave Luck and children of Centortown is with her Mr and Mrs M P Maddox visited their daughter Mrs J C Hill Sun dayMr and Mrs Alva Calloway entertained Mesdames Mary Eastcrday Mollle Patton Beds M P Maddox and Robert Hunter Saturday Mr Roy Faught and wife have moved to Echols Mr Bob Billings and family have moved to Smallhous Mr Luther Hunsaker and wife of near Hopewell ands Mr S W Bllbro and family were guests of Mr and Alonzo France Saturday night and SundayLast Sunday was Rev R D Ben netts last regular appointment at Equality for tho conference year We learn that Rev A F Gordon wll Ireslgn the charge of Smallhous church having accepted a call at tho church at Rochester Mr Erk Fulkerson has a job of hauling in Muhlenburg County near IslandMesdames Easterday and Patton of Beda Misses Mabell Easterday and Miss Maude Calloway spent Saturday night with Mrs Robert Hunter and familyMr S E Hunter who has a position on the railroad from Russell Mrs Berry Bishops little BonCarol who has been sick is much better vllle to Owensboro Ky visited his parents Sunday Little Gertie May Boone Is still quite sick- Russel Withrow has Whooping cough Messrs Jake Barnard and J C Drake went to New Hope Sunday to see Mrs Settle Bennett who is quite sickMesdames Mary Barnard and Mattie Drake spent Sunday with Mesdames Sallie Drake and Opple Kittinger at Smallhous e f Mules for Sale A splendid pair of mules well broke to work Will sell cheap Apply to HOOKER WILLIAMS Hartford Ky = Let Us Show You Our Line of I I BUGGIES and SU iI n1 UPq e S2Si teed They will last longer and run easier than any other buggy ort 1 Jj surrey on the market I THE OHIO COUNTYSUPPLY CO 1f tV Hartford i KentuckYi 61 j WWWWW Ji in v I v f trfit q 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