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C vt r 4 v ygyn t t tIiJhlbiktUtz i I Fine Job Workl cDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year 1 i t Vt L XXIIL HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 14 1910 No 13 1 JIhRER PRICES FOR TBAEEO Xtt j Green River District A S t of E Meets Will Confer With Green Riv Tobacco Growers Association Soon T 1 v The Green river district A S E met at Owensboro Tuesday In regular convention The meeting haring boon postponed from la Thursday on account of the members not being able to get to the city be cause of the high water V The mooting was behind egos doors and there was a good reprssen tattoo from all the counties T H Bolmaln of Ohio county w das delegate to the Natd union which meets at 15Jof Importance members poly were gone Into and much business was transactedl A price was flxod for this yt tobacco but it was the decision of j house that It be kept secret for ti j present from the fact that the district t union has a proposition to submit to the tobacco growers of the district- f which hoar already bean accepted the A S of E and the Home Wa I house lo proposition is embodied In a frsoolutlon which If accepted by the f members of the Green river tobacco growers association will cause the price fixed at the meeting to gito1n i wayto a price fixed by all of growers of the district We desire all members of t Green rIver district tobacco grow ers association who favor this propo sltlon to bo present at your district Iwr meeting Thursday October 13th that this resolution may carry r If it carries It puts the lower fixing the price In the hands of the grower and guarantees a fair price for this years crop of tobacco All will admit that all the growers united in one fair price will make the selling of the tobacco a much easier proposition and will do i1w with the accusations and counter ac cusations of last taU which did much harm to alj organizations The resolutions as adopted follows Whereas f This has been a disastrous year to the farmers of this Green river district ithe losses from the wash of soil and from the de struction of growing crops being we believe greater than the value of the goods harvested and Whereas The prices of all commodities the farmers must buy have been advanced and still continue to advance and- Whereas To sell our crops at last years prices would be to do the farmers a great injustice and Whereas We realize that several 1assocllltlons acting Independently place us at a great disadvantage therefore be It Resolved That we appoint a comI mlttee to meet the Green river asso ciation on Thursday October isth proposing to them to leave the pricing X of this years crop of tobacco to those who have pooled In any asso elation Such meetings to be calledI by a joint call of the the three associations calling poolers to meet at their ach houses fix a price and the of the prices GO fixed shall be price for this years crop of tobacco below which no association or commit tee shall hayepoweT to sell or con tract this tobacco W P STEVENS Chairman LN ROBERTSON Secretary The Revival Services whichrhave church for almost throe weeks Will T tiollssermons which havo been appreciated by Hartford pooplolirrespective of church affiliation aDdy much good has been accomplished for the town f l jtf Und surrounding country llisa My rs who has been leading the mufllc haa gained a strong bold upon our people who have been eeVancod by her sweet A iceas oho had portrayed the jrpn= rtY ri IfI a t h iv derful old gospel hymns at tho va rious meetings While the meeting has not resulted Ina very large In crease in membership to flue local church It has resulted in good to a groat many people and Eld Clarke will gp away from us with the good wishes add high esteem of all our pcople nd with beat wishes for bds success in whatever field he may la bor rr rwGeneral Disappointmen- tr Louisville Ky Oct 11The cen- sUs returns proved a disappointment to the citizens of Louisville when they were announced officially from Washington shortly after noon today Indignation and disappointment de loyIf that has succeeded In turning up tos than 224090 stThere Is general talk of a request for a recount With the erection of new buildings valued at more than DeWdprosperity at high tide and the returns showing on Increase of a mea 6VelyOOeL1leHaw can the official figures be explained torMARSHAL HOWLEY WALKINo t Found On Owensboro Streets at NightreShirt I am the chief of police of Llvor mom i guess I have bosn walking my sloop eYou didnt walk all the way frotited Llvermore to fghftdid you 7 eNo I am staying at some board Ing house in Owensboro and guess I wandered away i have a habit of walking In my sloop os curred between Charles Howley- f clef of the Llvermoro police force and Copt John Williams and Paf men Barker and McAtee on the fro porch of the Crltenden flats on Crlt tenden stroot betwwn Sieoond and Third streets at midnight Sunday night nSChloe Howley was attalred in h isat night shirt a flimsy looking r ment for a cool night He was fl stand discovered at tho roar of the flats and seemed to be attempting to feet an entrance to tile rooms Plod by Mr Joe Allen Mr AIIQnI quickly telephoned to the police II noticed the man leave the roar of ti house and walk towards tho frontI He turned on the light on the llOlfChI and the man walked on the porch and stopped in front of the door DY this time the officers arrived and took the somnambulist in chargedHowley told the was staying at tho Faught house in rhoHe same block on Main street Ho was quickly conducted to his room and given warm clothing It is supposed that Howley left the bOOrdI house a back and climb thodOwensboro 11 S3ogerIRepublican Speaking lIon David W Caddie or Laruu county Republican nominee for Con gress In the fourth Congressional District will address the voters of Ohio county at the court house In ocloallck 6col argumentwe Oct SHoolth in this community is good Mr Ellis Daugherty of Banook Ky r and Miss Dona Wilson were quietly married last Sunday A good ralp foil hero this wBeltMrs which was badly needed Prayer meeting at lit Leber church every Friday night Everybody invited Mr Wiley Daughorty has justhfrom Enterprise Ind Mr Nathan Evans of Ullnolswas in our midst today t MrS W Evans our thriving mer chanat went to Flint Springs SnturIJ day i i i In Good Horse for Sale to I have a goOdyear old workhorse torte v ALBERT RIAL Hartford R F Do 1 fI v J tt r y Jw S NOW IllSIJUSTICE HUGHES Harlan Presides at Openin- of Supreme Court Hearty Welcome Extended to New MemberAdjourns In Respect to Fuller Washington Oct 10After the oath of offloo as Associate Justice wa administered today to Charles Hughes of New York the Supr Court of the United States adjourned until tomorrow out of rospect to the memory of the late Chief Justice Melville W Fuller The court was In sosslon only eight minutes Every available seat in the little court room was occupied by persons especially interested1n the events of the opening day The mother the wife and the daughter of the new Justice were the first of the relatives the court to arrive They camp full half an hour before the court con vened Attorney Wlckorsham and Secretary Nagul representtxl the cab not Mr Hughes followed Justice etar tad White McKenna Holmes and Lurton as they entered thbtot room In procession Byhlnd the New York Governor came Justice Brown now retired but formerly a member of the Supremo Court Presiding Justice Harlan announced as soon as the court had taken 1 place that the President had appoint Mr Hughes to the benchthat the Senate had confirmed the nomin tion and that Mr Hughes was present He directed Clerk McKenny by whom Mr Hughes was stxattd to read the letters commission The court extends n cordial welcome said Justice Harlan ns the clerk finished monthutth er of all leglance having already been administered In the robing room a few minutes before Mr Hughes r the oath In Impressive manner at Its conclusion repwtod after the clerk the words So help me GodI Marshal Wright escorted tho njw inomber to his seat r Hauthe Chief Justice coourt he Tho earthly career of tIle Chief Justice has boon closed by death This sad event occurred on tho fourth day of July of the present year at his summer residence after nearly twentythroe yenta of continuous codany distinguished service on this bench met the titan summons with tha calmness of spirit and composure of mind that marked his whole life From his early manhood ho walked the good way uprightly before God and his follow men and passed from is life Into the life boyond tho grave the confidant belief I doubt not tile Maker and Ruler of tiio earth ordercith all things aright Thi court indeed the nation will m him but the memory of his stainless lire will over remain with his countrymen as u priceless heritage Tho court titan ndjounrnlod until toseven morrow RENDER- sOct llIsaac Oser went to Louis ville last Wednesday Edward Barrass of HafriaburgIl was hero last Wednesday Miss Lizzie Jeffries of Herrln 111 visited friends hero last Thursday Charles RoarK of Rockl rt was here Friday the guest of her tydaughter Mrs Chas Fulkorsan Andrew Mercer was in Control City Saturday on business John Derry Hardln wont to Owens ero Saturday on business TUn Carter wont to Reynolds 6ta SundayHarrYDraV r loft for JasonvHlo Sunday Mrs Peter May returned to her home Linton Ind Sunday attar a visit her sister Mrs L TI Milliard for the ijuujtttw0 weeks Clarence Casonand slater Mias of 41a end Anna May Hoover and ty w ntA It I t O P Miller of Beaver Dam wore here Sunday Mr and Mrs Guy Stewart of Rock port and George C Burton of Lou isville were here Sunday Miss Nollle Harris was In Beat er XJam Sunday wasitA T Bishop and Columbus Evans are on tho sick list Alias Greco Gwynn lots accepted a position as saleslady In Render Gates store In McHonry William Cargal and Miss Anna Jar nagln were married on the 2sth of Soptmber tho ceremony was formod by the brides uncle Rev W Jarnagln Wo wish them much success throughout their married life at thESttfallen from a clear sky constantly night and day for three days on farm of F M Dowers near this c1t The space covered is 100 yards square Hundreds of people are visiting Ole pfaco and are mystlffad by the phe nomena Last year a similar showor on th same spot lasted two weeks in the d eat WMSOII of the year The whole surf ro was coythe same hour and on the same daate that It started last fall J EVANS DECLARES ayWAR CERTAI Trouble With Japan Over Pacific 1Trade Enevitable Says bobt itaof some kind between Japan and the Unlttjd States is Inevitable Is opinion of Rear Admiral Robley D Evaiu In an Interview glvoti out by the old fighter from his New Yorl hotel He Is visiting Now York for tho first time since his recovery from the Illness which compelled him to stand on crutches at Carnegie Hall a year ago while delivering n lecI tore frdthe Admiral but it will bo ovortho question of dollars and cents In other words about the trade of the Pacific The population that borders upon tho Pacific Is greater than that thving upon any oth tr body of water The trade of tho Pacific will hj theI great trade of the future The Ja panese will undoubtedly be ambitious to control ItIWe have no merchant marine no but ono of these days the Aniercan people are mot going to bo satisfied with this state of things Thou If country does not agr w to n peace able division of trade there will be trouble But the sooner wo put a fleet on the Pacific and keep it rthe the bettor It will bo for us for sooner or later friction Is bound cmu FOR THE BUSY READER sThe census figures for Vermont wjro glean out and show tho State gait cd only 36 per cent since the lost c enumeration Tho total population is as 355956 One more body was recovered from the ruins of the Los Angles Times Tho police are said to have given up for the dynamiters on tile Pacific coast Ralph Johnston fell with n biplane ho was operating at a height of fifty feet on the aviation field at Bt Louis Ho was slightly bruised The machine was wrecked 5 Bill Barlow editor of Sagebrush Philosophy died at Douglas Wyo following a sudden attack of hta rt disease Ho was at one time an as soclate of famous lII Nyo on tile Laramle Doomerang Ulnoty million gallons of water comprising the supply contained in the Cretan acqudduct mama which In supply the upper part of New York City are being drained in the Wile finding tho body of Joseph plun who tell In one of th9outlets I t 4 CASES AGAIN POSTPONED Supreme Court Passes Trust Suits Until January Argument in Cases Iavolvia Florida Peonage Prose CntionSJ Washington Oot 11 Bxauso of the failure to have a full bench in e Supreme Court of the United ates a goneral roadjustnient of im lossideration this autumn was made to ityfarm The Standard 011 and the Tobacco corporation suits under tilt Sherman antitrust law were posti onud for n JArycast 3 Involving thu constitulonality of the rporations tax provisions of the AldlJch tariff law also was assigned for argument on January 3 So were time cass involving the question of till correct Pwivalty to be Imposed on violators of the twenty elght hour law intoNr pretation of tile national pure food and drug net The boycott and contempt appeal arising out of the injunction brought against the American Federation of Labor by the Buck Stove and Rango Company of St Louis Mo were reas signed for January 16 Tho hearing In the suit between Virginia and West Virginia over tile amount of the f3I5000000 State debt 15toWest Virginia should assume by rea son of the later being admitted Into the Union as n separate State was reassigned for January lo The Klssol case Involving the qUes- tion as to whether or stet the Amer ican Sugar Refining Company nnd others conspired to prevent the Pennsylvania Sugar Refining Compan om doing business was postixnied November 10 on account of ill ness of counsel Time cases Involving the constitution aUtof the employ era liability law were reassigned for argument on No vember L- SAttunipt to postpone consideration the cases involving the eonago prosecutions Iron Florida and Ute Mis sourl two cent car fare law were un Hiicoassful Argument of tho form wtfIll bo heard probably this week Nineteen cases were dismissed the court Among these wore six spa Involving the constitutionality the drainage lofts of Florida as amended in 1907 riePALO oft0rain Hoaltli is usually good Mr Kit Berry who has been sick is some Utter Littlo Halley White son of Mr W L White while playing on a poreii fell and broke his arm Dr Duff wasand algal and sot thq limb and he lathe resting as well as could be expected Mr Walter Conrad anti famll imclo Dug Feomster and family and Richard Dooley and family havo gone to Oklahoma We wish them good health and prosperity Mr George limes and family and Mr Arthur Coy and family have gone to Missouri Wo WIsh them suc toss Jlr W L White has rented uncle Dug FeemsUrs farm and moved sameMr Charllo Feemster attended the county union at Hartford last last Friday Uncle John Miller of the Mason neighborhood was In our midst 1yFriday Mrs Alonzo Bartlett Is on the sick list Mr Nottlo Boswoll is In our midst with his grader working the roads Mr Leslie Myers of Fairvlowwns our midst last week Mr George Russell and family MoTe the guests of irL White and family last Sunday Mr Alonzo Bartlett and family W4- y the guests of Mr Wm Foomster lost SundayMr Wlmsatt and wife mIl ed on Mr William Feemster and wife last Sunday Mr Charlie Wimsatt wont to Owens boro last Thursday on business Mr Lawrence hunger Hartfordwaa in our midst last Sunday Mrs Annie Madon was the guest of Mrs Mary White last Sunday Mrs Inn DurbIn of Sunuydale tiergMr JJm Smith of Hartford vtg ited his son Irvin Smith last Satur day Littlo Maude DurbIn of Sumiydale was the guest of Haven Barry last Sunday Shelbyville Man is Grand Master Lexington Ky Oct 1Tho tot wing officers w re elected by tho Stat Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows lu svsslon hero Linn T Gruber Steel byvllle Grand Master Otto A Breitb Newport Deputy Grand Master W U Carr Ashland Grand Secretary T Whit Potter Bowling Greou was chosen Grand Representative anti D J Durham Danville Grand Sec rotary NEEDNT SUPPORT MOTHERINLAW Court Holds Husband Does Not Contract With Family Now York Oct ItThe now Court of Domestic Relations here has off oullged thtbellermarry a man they can saddle their whole family on him declalred time presiding magistrate in the fuse of Stockey versus Stockey A man Is not obliged to support his maUtor In lau Furthermore if a wife leaves her husband and goes to live with her mother not caring to th6husUandher J iiAimoitn cohMxiKI- tASKKT HALL TKAJI3 PresMalleyIhas organized first and second basket contemplatehaving Ohioprhave everything except the uniform labS a theof not all the High Schools of Ohio county afford a team 7 It Is good xercise as well as a good ad atfords match games are played The reason there has not been a beginning Is that there has been no beginner If this game could once get started It would perhaps remain an important factor of the school would create an interest between school towns yStockholders Notice is hereby given that a meet ing of tile Stockholders of time Hartford Tobacco Warehouse Company will be held at the office of said compcuiySaturday November C 1D10 at 10 oclock a m for the purpose of electing a now board of directors and distributing the annual dividend ALBERT COX Pres onD FORD Socy v W 0 W Excursion to Louis ville Oct 2223rd A special train will leave Madlson ule Oct 31ldas follows Leavo Madlsonvlllo at 1030 p m Leave Anton at 1100 p m Leave Moorman at 1145 p m Leave Hartford at 1245 a m I Arrive at Louisville 530 a m mOctTho round trip fare from above dollarsforratfi E MISCHKE AgentJ A 1 e St ti t H I II t J r t 4 I r SAYINIiPL WISE ME x 7 PrtitectlveTariff System as Seen by all Ameri- canst i a I oollco that tho protactlvo s Yat tom has boa n mighty rostrum for the duvotopmont ot our natIonal wealthand a most powerful Clgeney protecting the homos ot our world n menPresident Harrison The proscnt phanoni nal ProsPe ty has been woo under a tardit ma In accordance with certain fixed pr- elpies Uto most Important ot which Is an avowed determluatloa to Pro the Interests of tho Amorican p ducer business man wageearner it Ida farmer nllkoThoodoro Roosevelt Experience of more than fo- ywses In business mo has taught utdtr a low or reVenuo tariff bush hpresalon ond financial dtstrass been the rule while under protxtf road buslDltJ und general prosper has been the rosultHon N Sperry In American EconomIst Protection has already nado this richest and strongest nation Lrlhand uruhra properly rtstri eel immigration will bring us much that Is most valuable In the popu Uon of other lmWlSil11tor Hoar ProteCtion crinti a homy mar without which UIO cultivators of the hand In Amorist would bl but little better off than our abOrglnoi Hon J S 1derrilh The present business system ot thl- contr rOt on tho protoctlvo tar and any attempt to chnage Jt to a adfraato dlsasterIrusldent Tat A conllltinn of prosperity ca with tho policy of protayIon and a condition of adVersity came to flandCongressman P P Campboll Certain groat trusts or great cor- pomtlons are Rholly unaffected by tit tariff Practically all tho others Ulat are of any Importance have as a matter of fact numbers of similar Amerl lan compotltors and ot course ouleldidCJl11ge In tile tariff which w work all Injury to Uw large corpo ton would work not merely Injury bUt dffitrucUon to Its smaller con1lJeUtor- saul equally of course such a cou- would menu disaster to an the w a thorRoosevelt Protection steadily onlarg s the homo marlot Former Senator CaseyIEveryonu knows that the aVerage anAmoricauthe average DrlUsli consumer yet the British consumer In spite ot tltatof advaantage ls by no utelns so well oft heasLondon Dally Toll grail Every dollar Sent abroad to pll- rcto goods that WO can produeu home makes ua a dollar the PooretII K Thurber In American to mfstXo matter row capital cJmbllloi Or how labor conthinta ot how to- hdt1Ctr H among tlli1Il11his their tertat alo Insepartble und It ou to bo plain to both that theyy cannot nJord ton out of business In ta vcr of foreign labor and foreign calli tal by abandoufug the policy of pro 11ctJOIIC0IlglSU1111 lIamlllonI Thoy tell us that a protectly tarthatIff was only designed for infant dustrlu that wu have outgrown t tat JnJanc and ofcon ththestarted We have grown It Is tr but let mil toll you that the o h follow thdentTo lncrutsa production here dltv tslfy our producttvo enterprise en largo tho tllld and Increase thegmend for Amorlcan workmen what AmHrlc111 cJandthNeltILercan lJjustlngIn the tariff at short Intormlsbrhrroalore Roosevelt Thu success of Uro United Sta In materIal duvelopmont Is tile mO Illustrious of modorn times It la deliberate Judgment that tho Pros tlJIDlsmarkot Germany Why Plunge Into Democracy Would a Dcaoacratlc vIctory la19i- neremso 10 Uru segos of any worker Ingl the country Would It s1111 a sl gin whool In operation which Is id towhat now Would It broaden the markot tor any fabric which any AmerIcan mf1 produeos Would It Hell an ad ditinnal bushel of corn or wheat bale ot cotton pound ot moat or anything else width Uro farmer or the planter produces No sano Person among r the 90000000 pooplo of the country J c 1 f IV will ones er any ot those aluerlee hi the affirmative Complaint Is nado 11that the cost ot living is too the ttlecttcn or iL Democra Congress thld year br a DnaDCr- aprasldett and Congress two oars hence lower Wei cost Would It re dace the rent of a tenant anywber- Would It cut the price of a yard cloth a pair ot shoos II barrel lour or anything wltatotvr which boo wears or oats Any orson who answers Yes to sn of the latter quories will do so upon the sump lion that a Democratic victory would clo6e factories and shops throw ha eJllplotllontg rlot everybody compel producers lower tlhdlr prises do order to b6 ablo Inndoed ls what raaultcd tro9 the eliC tenett0not only a Democratic President b Detnocratlc Congress Dut how would the waglIOrlu be benefited by a Democratic victor rent1eISfood and clothing at state perhpelton whichPty a oDIt of work go tack to the Which1S110III dctcooed for farm products would laerNas while the supply would i crates The now as well as the old urrorcHas the country forgotten the co burners ot the old DfJmocratlc das of 1899i The farmers who We compelled to use their corn for fuel durJng the Democratic rlglme be- rt cause they had neither the mruket t their taro r r the money to buy coal could tell a story about the cost D mocratic government which eo m artmeb crate would tie benefited by listnl n thosEIeDemocratic days and the auctlonee- ag float d through the land Jlo wortgages were orClosod In any ono of those disastrous years ot Dam erotic supremacy than In any half dozen years since the RJllublcans galaw power la the govornmo Dread was n little cheaper then th has ben since But what bane this brIng to the man who had nO withrn wjnd0 I stump speakers Tho Democrats sa navyguof greater uN an It was in llovulnnds time Al they are correct In saying oIt But th cost of the atntii and naylus of all the great countries has risen lu theso tlo or fifteen sales IS the Rape titan party responsible for the 1 rrtorreased cost of militarism do Gurma and Franca about which the pal lf those countries gruntUlo Would the Democrats reduce our army nny It they entered power 1Vh- Ro have many times as long a cos line to defend as has Germany hll- t nay Is Increasing aster than oursI have a smaller army than any of he socondrate pOWers of Enrol But perhaps the Democrats say t wagpS which we are paying to 0111 soldiers and sailors are to high anll willghtre economy In govarnman this would be an excellent tIme Cor them to tell It so that the peDl lea would know what to expect The In creased pay which we give our as and wdlrs as cornlxuud wI which Is given In European fleas III part of tho general Amo wage suborns which is higher that a which pravallsols7Rhere Do tll0 gauerrtato In the Urhttd States are too erhlgh7 From the tenor of the talk of eir loaders they alrparnutly datJtl Theca are cortsidaratlona- hichw the American voter should ive soma attaatlon And as the is only five weeks away should begin thlnldng about them It will be too late to begin thinking on November 9 The eau try la prosperous now is it was ju 1892 In tact tlo ProsPorlty old Ropublign days was so U that hundreds of thousands ttecoutDammY party promptly discostBrad their error but the arrow In upon tits United states tot randyears of suffering at home and hum i llatloll ard loss ot prestige IIbroad That Democratic clean swoop ot 1892 was a famous victory Bat RI atunites came ot It at last To th 191aanswaT will the Democratic old givelobs Democrat by QUICKS MEDICINE COUGH f beGUARANTnau Sold by druggists Made bycoC Meltfenball Mcttlclae CAy baSTilleto k BURLEY SOCIETY FAEESERISISIc I this Years Compact aiesOn ofResulf of 5alelfow ria anyOn fl Lexington K Oct 3Ihoracentde clslon ot the Burley Tobacco Soofoty nto dump on the markottlra1200000 pbunds ot tobacco whIch It holds 1nb higtothe price of the groRing crop deals ra and speculators now offering only and We a pound to the grower Reports made to the dlstrlct bOard Itot the Burley Tobacco Soclet here dlsclose4 the tact not quite 40000 acres or the 1910 crop had been pool Only ono mouth Is loft la Which to Ionol boardetor tutting 160000 ticr0 age In the contract We SUCCoQ8S of the pool this ear duos not look pro felog iRAmerican TobaCco Company statl the American probably will not be n bidder on tho 1909 pool crop next w tancycrnt orally the grog rs are btComlng Un contlrnrt Lexington ar llouso men aro makln alreadelargo plants In anticipation of hca- recefpta vy thoIpool again this year It the non tool er nofro palmprompt rotates obtained last ear Jolgn ho bs1I1111oubtothe pending pooh UleldetWnAmrCto s last Carla pooled crop hero this weel hamtcote for anUllng that the few Independent concerns It Is predicted the bottom will drop out of Durie pool and the price ot thl Daseily ua tobacco Is tied up In Uw l10J po mirkrdto lOc a pour the growers Rili taco a loss IThe Call of the Blood purlficatlon finds voices In pi piss bolls shallwo coutplexlon andIou NoIletC stclear akin rosy chocks flue comple lon ho1lth Try them 2c at all drugglslts m Republich murtthe Portugut o rovoluUonlss asslst gaintthe young Kfng 1lanuol and noUn d the world that a republic h ben ostabllshod advcssth at g net rer1dlcatoil by rtpons ot tho UroaklWdown of bridges loading to cap as it a come orprlaittg ot the rural population for King 1lnnu wore expxtah thatOpotot nr city and liar chief commercial cenllar ruvolutiothB Lisbonlais t ravolutfonmatgovernment actfoaIs not dlsposiUhe tlil ot z the Portuguese sltunUon t- rengthen o Us own program WIthout actually endangering tlJe monarchy Itself TIle men now dominatta the French government will not course permit any InteryentJon for Manuel Jf they eau help it or Isiivestments unsafe The DrlUsh government Is bound an ancient treaty to give protec- tIon and aselstnnce to the port gue8e L royal house U duly applied tor Brit In YIbeCOMldemore Important than any oUre r la 190 one fourth of the Portuguese exports sad Import a r 4PSITtvtLYr R AttRAND GRANDERtTHAr M Y EVER w Fall Agrlcutur y or I FairRACES AND HORSE SHOW AT HENDERSON tMadlsonVilf octa819y 2b 2j 22 The Acme of AutumnalAttractions atthe PrattiestSeasonof the Year c C GIVENS General Manager Were to aaA Iron the United ingdo thoughroduc somewhat from the former proportions by Gorman enter prlse In fact over since the Dethu- 3c en treaty of 103 with Its reteron lint customs duties In force untll1S1 1Portugal has biro vlrtual11 a commercial apPatrego ot Great BrItain Toe 3fethuen treaty though teamed after his death was n product ot the statesmanship ot William ot Or ange to ills efforts to curb the nmbl Uon of Louts XIV Ilew laternatlon al agreements have had greater o r moro lasting pollttcnl sad social of- m torts It made pert tor 111016 than a century the national sad even pa- he trlotlc beverage ot ngllshmennble to buy higher priced drinks thaw beer The status It give England In PDrtu- k gal provided the ternitorlal baBe trom- Ip which wtl1C carried on those Spanish campaigns of Wellington which un- d mlned fife power ot the grunt ilaI- lOloon and madt ready for the upris- Ing of Germany that tinnily broke It down The Tact that Portugal ds not largo enough to be able to stand alone I 4 what makes consideration ot the at Utude of her neIghbors elulto as Int ortant as speculation upon the see tlmonts of that rural throefifths Portugals pOPulaUonIwhlch Is yet Ue heard from The Lisbon royoluttonsts rooog nlzu this for with the first stows of the uprising cams word fiat thaiI agents Rere In London trying to its sure the Drltlsh government that an and of the monarchy would costae dtrterenC In commercial relations There Is another very grave facto r In the Portuguese situation Thlsls- t that the agItation there has bee n oven more nnnrchstic than nutcoon UYarct1sL Avowed anarchists 4avo nul lured the rovolutlon Their part Is not exactly stated In tho dispatches but It Is often suggesttlll and alwas assumed InCan n rovolutlon ossontlnlly sear condoeta 10 tluss govcrnmcn- and Is Iulte as ready to murder president as a King rePuropeau states will consent or so disagree that a republic wIll leaR1 heUlerbonlnclliUt galof whom there are suite hac tlw strength to trample down anarchy before It ovorwllChns thorn as It has the hapless boy King Manuel CrynCASTORIA Boytwlthotastt I woo or taro with trccklos staffs cd on m taco and hayseed la m hall annd teed the hogs and lock the sta e doors and herd the Lens and walch tho beep and take the mule hoeto so that they wouldnt sin r and milk about a hundred cows and bring the wood to burn and standout In tho sun all day and churn I mtcast oft clothes and walk tour miles to school and got a lick- Ing every day tor breaking some old rule and then get home nt night nanrhosn moy little bed and hoar dad say Th worthless boy I ho Isnt worth Ui broadIId like W be a boy againhe has so much fun His life is just a t sunfuj closing stable doors and hearding liens and chasing bees and doing the eVe slag chorOSEX 4 U Worse Than Bullets 4 Bullets have often caused loss suffering 1 soldiers that the eczema W Harriman Burlington Me got thoarrpy and auffared with It torty Hut Duckleas Arnica Balve mewhei1aUslse tailed he writes Greatest healer tor Sores Ul sore Dolts Burns Cuts wounds Bnil- S05 and Piles 2ba at all druggists n era mYARMINT mOES LEGAL TENDER Story of Time When They To Place Of Coin In this age ot progress and of tits d system of coInage and tenancyW ago ot dollars halves quartets dImes nick I os to sal nothing of the UtUe brown penny which is the most insig nltlcant little piece that We AmerIcans will countenancetow people pause to think otthe olden days whoa coons was coined Inso many forms Umt It r- qulrod unceasing watchfulness to keep abreast ot It Children did not learn to count It In their Dsplog days then It was a big Part of early tJuratlon to bo able to know tho value or many kinds of money that circulated even In Ken tacky In the days or the coon skin mInk side hogshead tobacco wolt hide possum belt or otter mat A century ot the time has not pass edsince a banking institution wfl Kentuckyt0rho wheels of commerce revolving A coon side otter skin a possum or mink hide or the shaggy coat ot wol Or wild cat was fugal tender As late as 1812 these comodlUe war worth n fixed amount and plQoo the part the silver dollars halves quarters and dimes do today A hogs head of tobacco was blg piece ot money In those days and It was notI an unusual sight to see a farmer stride a horse or mule or driving a alow poking ox and dragging In hlH wake a hogshead of tobacco with an Improved axle at each end the hogs head rolling on the ground behind hiD Ho came front miles out In the wit d torohiStobacco tor tho noeemttle s ot Ute ssuoh as were slot produced in his qWI t home He traded It at a fixed rate otherkthe storos It was no unusual sight to see a tinder loaded to the guards with poltall having a fixed com mon value Theso he exchanged tor what ho desired and in turn they irculated instead ot a bettor money I State of Ohlo City ot Toledo Lucas County ss Frank J Cheney makes oath tha ho Is senior partner ot the firm ot F J Cheney Co doing business In StateYw111payeaunt ot OrE HUNDRED DOLLAR tor each and every case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use qI Halls Catarrh Cure- FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to baton me and subscribed In my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 A W GLEASON Seal rotary pUblic intersWally and seta directly on the blood and mucous surfaces oI the system Send tor testimonials tree F J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 tSold by all Druggists 76e Tako Halls Family Pills for tonsUI meCheap Clubbing Rates Ne have made an arrangement wttl the publishers of the Inland Farmer ot Loulsvlle whereby we are enabled to furnish The Hartford Rzpublicair f and that paper one year for 160 The Inland Farmer Is a weekly Journal nd one of the best farm papers published In the United 6tates OJjr readers should take advantage y this offer U otototototototot rtrtrtrtot 3uBattsbe it4 ELKTON II KENTUCKY tA limited select school Col trained teachers Students 1from more than thirty towns in E Kentucky and from six Souther states EquIpment valued at X45 lt 000IElectric LightsSteanl Heat C Hot and Cold Baths Moral Sur4 roundings excellent No saloons i Extremely healthful location 3 + 000 spent on improvements this summer I epke boys from 12 years of age I carefullyese lm to nsfand send youngii of the school opens Sept 7 + y Write for illustrated Catalogue rAddresS AU r CommllnicatIons to r 1 IHENY BAITS 1 Prirxc peii 1t t I JUAMAijES AWARDED FOREST DESTRUCTION tit lr baUnited States Govern went It In an action for faro trespass on the I Black Hills National Forest brought by the United StAtes against the- Missouri River ani Northwestern Mil- roadthe jury has awarded damages to the Government not only for the loss of merchantable timber but also Y for the destruction of unmorchantable 4 young growth Thiss regarded by Government ottJclals as establlebing a very Important precedent So Jar as Is known altllo U S Department of Aglioul lure It Is the first time that any court bas r cognized what forostUls can the expectation value of young growth as furnishing u basis for the award ot damages The difficulty hl the way of such an award is this past has boon that there was no way to prove to tho satisfacUon of the toourts the money value of tile loss sufferedTho award In the South Dakota case followed tho presentation of evi dence as to the cost of work In reforesting which tho Government Is HillsAyoung growth burned was 12 an acre and the claim under this ltom wall allowed In full by time jury The ttotal amount of damages claimed was 372885 of which 263445 was for merchantable timber destroyed or injured by the fire It Is rocognized by forestors that the cost of artificial reforestation will not always furnish a fair basis for estimating the damage to forerst reproduction Where new growth can bo expected by natural sowing from- secdtretson the ground within II short time artlflcnl planting or sow expenshenare known as yield tables are being prepared By the use of these tlh L loss can ho shown la torus ofthe final crop and tile time necessary W produce Jt Thus JC It Is known that ten thousand feet of timber per acre can bl cut once In seventy ears It is easy to catculato the valuo of the clop when it Is ten years old by discount Ing from Its value whoa mature In European countrIes where forestry has boon long practiced this method Is regularly applied in selling conhiml- ti lng or estimating damages on forest proporty It Is also used abroad In Insurance which would be Impracticable J there were not both an ac- copted basis for deternling the loss suffered and a reasonably accurate knowledge of the hazard invo- lvedCASTOR IAFor Infante and Children TIll KiNd You Have Always Bought Bears the- 8lgnatare ofr Two Thousand Dollar Race The wildest ride of my life was down a throemile Montana hillsaid H C palmer a young mining engi neer who was talking over his West someassistant general manager of our min Ing company and ono of my duties was toatten4 to the bankhg bus floss of the camp The nearest bank vans fortytwo miles away and once a week I made this tripon hOnJe back In bad weather and on my wheel when the roads were good Ono day as I was coming back t from there on my bicycle with 2000 for tho Saturday pay roll In my pocket I stopped to at a roadhouse to rest In the barroom were two noerdowells ot our camlneof them a fellow I had been obliged to dIscharge a few days beforeand I noticed they looked at me Inagum sort of way but thought no more of that until a milo beyond the Inn I- Iheald hoofbeats awl saw theso men Hermann and Drown Peteabout- a gtiartor a mile behind me- 1Vondgr what theres up too I thought Maybe theyyrantod a race Well they shall have It So I put a little extra pressure on r the pedals and swung oftat a rate of about fifteen miles an hour Look in 1cjCI saw that their pace had lncroased tootI ironed Over the han le bars and Workal harder They began to whip furfouslr and call to their horses We wero ten miles from tho inn by that Umd with no isoD olsoin sight ad I ha4 2000 In eJrevolver sbots rang out I wea the targctbuUhermlsaed Tbey were IOI1meovertJltI I sa 1JdJre irliltlias1 ffi e CICY level gronnd but I know that a mile ahead ot ma the Kitt began and 1 buckled down and redo that mlle for my lite It 11BthnlaDgo one I ever covered but dv rthebrow a the hlll I went nt last and plunged dewyn ne I felt the machine getting from uls I tried to backpedal hut It- WBJ no We Both pedals loft my feet with a savage jerk and I could not get theta again to save my life iMy pace was terrific after thof The roadway danced past me my head awam and the rushing win- blinded my eyes with wars My pursuers wore far behind but It flashed upon me now that oven If my wheel hold together until It struck the ar royo bridge there would be an en to my ride and my life In that collision Still to jump or fall would be suicide so I clung to the bars in dumb dtspalr and rushed along The approach to tile bridge through a cut 200 Pest long an twelve feet high Into this I dashed at n pace that surely no living thing had ever traveled before Halfn r down the cut I groaned aloud and looked ahead for the brldgebul where was It There was no ridg there It was nnhe time ot spring fresh ets and I had noticed that mornng how the swolem stream was roaring NOw I saw that the bridge had been picked up by the torrent and dashed about as a child might scatter jack straws A great hump of its timbers lay directly across the road between me and the water and almOst before I had soon It there i rushed upon Ii with the speed of nn express train There was one awful jar a flash like lightning and that was all Before I opened my eyes It Was night In tho darkness I could hear the roar and rtihoC waters and when I cried out the light of lanterns carne near and friendly miners who were hunting for me hurried up hard as It may be to believe It my colli sion with that heap of lumber while It hind crushed any wheel like nn egg shell hat sent my body flying clear across the flood to the oppostte bank a shier hurl of twenty teat The thing that had saved my lire was landing on II clump of tough climatic arroyo bushes instead of on the road Drown Pete and Herrmann Were searched for but they had disap peared for good and escaped their dose of Montana Justice Still why should I care Beyond a hard shaking up I was as good as evernod the f2000 was safe Stops the Cough heals the Lungs QUICKS MI3DiCINI- If not better then any other money back j C MENDENIIALL MEDICINE CO RVANSVILLe IND Women and Good Roads Since the woman In Missouri have taken up the Iworl for the good roads bill which Is to ho Introduced ntUll coming session of the state aeglsla- turo tile matter has been brought home forcefully to ninny women elsewhere In the country Who should ho more Interested in good rood than the farm women who Is often kNIt from church whoso children are sometimes kept from school by the Impassable roads In the state ot Missouri several women have been employed to visit the country districts and speak to audiences In tile school house on the good roads proposition arousing an Interest In building and maintaining roads and for tile appointment of a stato commission Suffering as many farmers do from bud roads which delay them getting to artIto be obliged to arouse an Interest In good roads In any coulitry com mUll ty But alas ninny people living on farms have become so accustomed to bad roads that they can not Imagine life with good roads conditions Lets spunk up and do something for good roods Time United States government pays 15000000 a piece for warships so It Is said which are useless In II few yearn even It not used Why not put the twice of one warship Into good roads tor the benefit or the farmer whom the 1o- lltfclans so dearly bye to call the backbone of the country Would that the backbone would stlffen up a little and demand better roads Why should not Women everywhere Inform themselves and start the ball rolling In their locality The aim tor every country mother should bQ a goOd road leading from a gOod home to a good school Cold and MediclUeGuaranteed bi24 boars Headache andNeuralgia In minutes Atdrufat or by mail C i tI4lkH Mesicae Ct ErxsrNaeiit 1a ray ItJ It r ASOFE MAY OR6ANIZ- a Said to Contemplate Pool If Bur nIcy SOciety I Fails Lexington Ky Oct 9In tooven- of the faUure of the Burley pool It was stated In tobacco circles ytItrday- tho Kentucky Sochty of Equity wlll make an effort to Barry out the wort undertake by the Burley SocIety It Is said that at a meeting of the lqul ty lroders In LoulsvlllQ last sumndy- It was decided to organize a lool In the Burley district In the event the Burley Society failed In its object In a recent Issue of Tobacco Tld logs a pubUcaton which claims to Equiddecision was rccched at tile LouistiiI meeting and that plans for n pool were being slowly but carefullY laid This organization It Is saId con templates a pool with less elpensho- and cumbersome machinery than the Burley Socloty and on tile basis of something like 75 per cent of tho production a failure to adopt which feature it Is claimed has been a uIl- ous drawback to the Burley Society pool p a a Saved From the Grave I had about given up hope after nearly four years ot suffering from a severe lung trouble writes Mrs M L Dix of Clarltsvllle Tenn Of ten the pain In my chest would be almost unbearable and I could not do anywork but Dr Kings New DiseOv cry has made me wee like a now person Its the best medicine made for the throat and lungs Obstinate coughs stubborn colds hay fever la grippe asthma croup bronchitis and hemorrhages hoarsens and whooping cough yield quickly to this wonderful medicine Try lt fiOc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists m A Order Ohio County Court Regular term October 3rtl 1910 lion R R Wedding J 0 C C Presiding J W Arnold et al For Motion Judgment Stock Law Election Fret No 32 Dan T Wilson ot al For Mutton Judgment Stock Law Election PICt No 11 A S Keown et al For Motion Judgment Stock Law Election Prct No 10 Sam Morton et al For Motion Judgment Stock Law Election prct No 17 J M Everly et a1 For Motion Judgment Stock Law Election Prct No 26 J M Taylor et al For Motion Judgment Stock Law Electlnon prct No 13- It appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that the Fiscal Court or Ohio County by a majority of the members composing the same has heretofore by regular order decided that elections to regulate the running at largo ot cattle Illld the species thereof In ohio County Kentucky shllll ho confined to the voting pro cincts within said county and It further nlllearing that J W Arnold and 30 other legally Iluallfle voters ot Arnold voting precinct ro 32 Dan T Wilson and 45 other legally quail tied voters ot Horse Brancltevothmg precinct No It A S Kewn and 30 other legally qualified voters uf Select voting precinct No 10 Sam Morton and 2E ether legally qualified voters of Smnllhous voting precinct No 17 J M 1verly and 20 other legally qualified voters ot Cernla voting precinct No 26 and J M Taylor and 19 other legally qualified voters of East Beaver Dam voting precinct Xo 13 he each riled theIr petitions herein praying that an election be held In their respectivo voting precincts I1t the regular eke tloll November 8th 1910 for the P11- IIOS9 of taking the sense of the le gally qualified voters In each of the said precincts oooo named upon the question whether or not Cattle or any speclOl tlllreof shall bo Per mitted tQ run at large upon the Imb- Ue highways or uninclosod lands within their respective Precincts And It appearing that each of saM petitions were duly filed and have lain over for one month or more and no exceptions having been filed to any of the Same and that a fee deem ed sufficient to defray the necessary expenses having been deposited with the Clerk of this Court by the poti- Uons mentioned in each precinct It Is therefore ordered and adjusted that an election be held In each of the aforesaid precincts as prayed for In the several petitions herein tiled Ilt the rellar election November 8th 1910anl1lt Is further ordered that thoClerk of this court furnish to theyvndous preclnctB horefn named i i S a rJr qa ballots with the following question submitted thereon Are you tar or against the running at largo of Cattle of any spLcea thereof Upon the pub lie blghways or uninclosed lands In conformity to this judgment an order heretofore adopted by the Ohio County Fiscal Court It Is further ordered nod adjudged by the court that tho officers of he regular election be- and they are hereby directed to open votingtCounty Kentucky on November 8th 1910 for the purpose of nscer taming the will of the legal voters in meta of said precincts upon the question aforesaid It Is further or dered that notice of the submission of the aforesaid question shall ho published at toast 24 days prior to said election In at least tour issues of Hartford Republican a paper of general circulation pUblished at Hart ford Ohio County Kentucky Ordered that each cause herein be asaI S Clerk Ohio County Court Proofs of Downward Revision Conclusive proof that the Tariff of 1909 was revised downward Is shun In the figures covering imports for 1909 and IHO amounts of duties paid and advalorem rates for the two per lodsIt Is found that the sugar imports In 1910 increased more than S000 000 with u decrease ot 414 per cent In the duty rate rooland manufactures thereof came In of the value of nearly 17 000010 in 19I0with nearly 4 per cent lower duty rate Cotton nnanufacture Increased OVer 6000000 and the duty rate increased t16 per cent Fibres and manufactures increased more than 9OClO000 and time duty rate decreased 09 per cent Iron and steel increased 16000000 with a duty decrease of 504 per cent Silk manufactures increased 2500 000 with a duty increase or 06 per centTobacco I and manuflletlllCs increased more than 3000000 with a duty decrease of 6 per cent WlnM and liquors increased 2000 000 amid the duty rate hlcleall1I 2IJ Per cent Lumber Increased 3500000 with a decrease of 2t9 In the rate or duty On ninetenths of the imports there was an Increase of quantityy and a 11 crease or time ad valorem rate of duty Yes tlto Tariff was revised dowi- mward Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Dog Acquitted of murder by Shaking Jurors Hands Spokane 11asli Oct 12dpot a big brown birddog owned by Huh crt Roddan ncculcll of drlviugDktli a cow belonging to urroll A Wilson Into n barbed wire fined and carom lng Its death was acquittal IJr II jury In- tha Spokane eQnnty superior court where Judge 1Villiam A Hun IN presided The jurors yVOreomit eight mln mites The dog was a witness In its own behalf over the objections ot John M Gbresol counsel for Wilson and won Instant favor by Its bcbavlor- 11lien called Spot advanced to the jury box and utenllell Its paws to each of Limo 12 jurors In turn and barked playfully until tllltn out of the courtroom by the bailiff A dozen nyau and wonhl1 also gave tstiluouy for amid against the doS but thcIr wore no eyewitmiesss amt th lId- mcc was purely circumstantial tlu Jury gave Spot time benefit of the doubt and returned n verdlct or not guilty Wilson who sought 73 damages for time klliing of the cow nmay RPllcal time case on technical grounds Real Estate 5Q Acres of the finest Rough river bottom land located three smiles west of Hartford About 20 acres In cult vation Good dwelling amid out build lags A bargain for 150- 0S We have 460 acres of tine bottom land from one and a half to two miles ot Hartford lXrt of It with Umber Also about 75 acres of up land belonging to the same traot Terms easy 0 180 Acres of land two milts south ot Roslue on a free delivery route out of Deaver Dam 30 acres bottom land about 20 acres timber IRnd and the r rest ot It fairly good upland Five room frame two story house two I barns and good tenant house Splen did orchard never failing well In yard Cllloa dcA t J a so ALCOJlOL 3 PER CENT Akgelable Prlpan rs uIaIIngolf Promotes Diestloncnctf ncss and stConaLnsncipcr nar4liecra- LAOTNARCOTiC i rrVtIOd h IlDlJTal1l fimNfia Jad- dxGnaa r j rJrlleSrh- A retmfrIf- aiSedraitr f1rilJrtf w I7fnrr Ape ecl for CtmsflFa lion Sour StomachDlarrIW WormsComUlsionsfmrish ness mdLoss OF SLEEP N IhcSa tSignature cr auNEW YORI 32 w art Fo a = l 101 Exact Copy of Wrapper COAST 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CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILLI Snare 75 Always BU BY PURCHASING ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for onlyThe regular price is Szoo Those who bring or mail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it ani telling us where they saw it will bo able to have one reserved at the low rate of 2S Books and stationery are included ro time limit If not ready now buy one for future use e r PRINCIPAL 4woe I BUSINESS COLLEGEaaeoarouraas I Second andWalnutStrt LOUISVILLE KY e t 1 f t i Hartford Republican EaUnd according to law at the Portotnw Hartford Ky Mmall setter ot the econd dwC BARNETT EDITOR as rPSOSSES- c bran 40- aouCh R1CrMaz FRIDAY OCTOBER 14 REPUBLICAN TICKET For Judge Court of Appeals JUDGE J ALLEN DEAN For Congress DR D W GADDIE Spain too is expecting the same thing to happen to her young ruler Davioss county is pulling off fair this week having been rained out last week It Is salt that the new tariff law bas made cigarette packages small tr Will some of our ant tarift friends make the usual complaint Manuel the boy king of Portu literally had the crown kicked off bead by a fair dancing woman of Paris France This la not a very unusual occurrance but the crowns of kings are by no means the only things of value often sent into the air by the toes of those fair dancers How ore the mighty fallen A prove dispatch announces that Hon William J Bryan the peerless one bas been denied the right to sjxoak in A certain congressional district In Iowa by the Democratic State Com mittee of that State The Clevola democracy is coming Into Its own and those who nominated Palmer and Buckner In 1896 will run the Demo cratic National Convention in 1912 ExPresident Roosevelt by way of explanation announces that ho was not responsible for the tariff plank In the XcoYork State platform but that It was adopted by the com xnlttoe over his protest Did he not appoint the committee and if It was obstreperous why dldnt hu beat em to a frazzlu These questions na turally occur to us and we venture o suggest them regardless of the Ug stick which is not only welld ad by himself but by most of his folr lowerartJ1 If we are to adopt political valid jrhlch will bring the government c- her to the people as the advocacy f l direct primaries the referendum and other schemes tend we must getsties away from the Idea of governor tNew by commission Government byeom mission has proven to be disnst erframe ous In almost every Instance who rosit has been tried It Is but another scheme for taking out of the hands vt the people the power to direct their own affairs thus tending to centralization In government antI furnishes ono of the most fruitful sources for graft known to govern In mental machinery =Another mine disaster has been add cd to the long list for the year 1910a This tI1wJTorof more than five hundred We bemade hove it to he necessary for the boov YO miment of the United States to fur nigh some law which will bring aboutand better protection for those men who work at such terrible risk and whoso labor Is necessary for the material prosperity of the country as well as to maintain thu very existence of our online population It has been demoncitratod that our state Legls laturea cannot bo depended upon to enact legislation sufficient to CUIDlfiha the dtwlred protection and Congress must solve the problem theHartford Is the best town In WllSt foananeftoast of water works electric hisman and a sanitary sewerage syftemtheto three necessary things which go to What wb most needdE thatoaturing plants which will furnish om m Joyjnent for from throe to flyft iundred meu all the YoU with ourthere argiverreompet e with any other point la t1Voa ayo in shipping facilities 45081 marc la1 Club should got busy onooat who ttore and strive to land aevurnlgood Manufacturing plants and our citl 3MOS who own land In Hartford and vicinity should In the Interest of oar common prosperity be willing to t- bu lots for therfa purposes at a W- IJIIINIOl1able figuretC1Ac wet predicted la these columns his jKameUmo ago the entry by tbJe Bur J sr 0 Tobacco Society Into pblltloB M About finished lie career WheP 4bJe Mdety vadortook to dictate tho act Democratic nominee for Congress In the Seventh District It signed its death warrant No farmers organ izatlon In America has ever been to enter politics and survive as as two years afterwards The Am can Society of Equity has so far I kept out of politics and it wijl do well take warning form the ex Iperlence of the Barley Tobacco So Iclety and all other organizations prccecdI in the primaries of their respective parties and by their conduct at the polls as well whoa a candidate is put forwardwho does not represent them for a position in which ha may do them harm or give them a squ deal However whenever an organ I ization goes boldly as such Into politics It not only falls to aces j pUsh what It seeks but destroys usefulness in the future PlatformdorHow do I reconcile what I said in the West with the tariff plank the Republican state platform 1 do not reconcile it On that particu lar point I must refuse to be jut g ed by what the platform said I must be Judged by what I myself salt Theodore Roosevelt at AtlantaOc jubradenounced by Senator Cummins newspaper organ for praising the PayneAldrlch tariff In his Now York pl atformmHe has been accused of carrying water on both shoulders and has bee readout of the Insurgent faction So Mr Roosevelt hastens to disavow his New York convention ph form with its praise of the tar act Mr Roosevelt says that the Roose velt Insurgent platform In Now York Alndsolemn declaration of party faith the New York convention counts for nothing thPlaUormwhich he exercised his own absolute control at the time seems a Pecu llarly unworthy evasion The fact Is that the New York venison after electing Mr Raoset chairman gave him absolute author- Ity over the committees Mr Roosevelt used this power to an unpreCe dented extent in naming the plat- fOrm committee He removed men named by their districts and put In Ills own men Through them he the platform The truth of the matter Is that Mr Roosevelt thought It would Ueas hI0ls But not popular In some other pl to praise the thrift So Jlr Roosevelfcart to disavow his own work in York He endeavors to set up his own of mind as u platform and let convention go hangwIt hafts the Judge Dean Gains Ground Judge J Allen Dean Republican an dldato for the Court of Appeals was Bowling Green last Friday says the Third District Review and nest n good many of his friends here In few hours Saturday he went to Todd county Fair at BIkton antI a good impression among the tersreMr Dean Is conducting a systematic through campaign and his pop th larlty is steadily increasing He hup nothing of a politician In fact Is now making his first political race but his dignified course Is wnnh him friends and thos In a Iw tlon to know pick him for a winner over Judge Settle on November 8 A prominent Independent llemocr nlThofew days ago In stating why h0to couldvote for Mr Dean said There are several qualifications that voters demand in a candidate r the Court of Appeals The first d foremost one is hu an honorable The second Is Is he compo ed I know that Mr Dean ful both of these demands iaahfanI do not foot any man on e higher court who Is honest and for competent I dont care what his views are on any question But it are older qualifications Qhm e also desirably Thu principal ono tbnta Judge not ba a politician dont want the Kwntucky Court Appeals made up of a lot of mn so owe their seats to corrupt poll to tlcal methods Mr Dean was born on a farm In the Brecklnrldge county and remain od to in a Christian home until he any 21 years old Then by strict be went through the State University and latt worked I way through ala school 1111 ot- Is In the beet aenaeva alfmade yotesaplfor the old ComnconrcaKli 1 I PAYNE DEFENDS TARer1 Dignified Showing Made Measurel New Law Has Not Increased Cost of Living in Unit= ed States IreLOns N YA warm defence the Tariff law was made today b Representative Bursas E Payne Auburn at the n thItsnominated him for tho fourteenth time for Representative After heDThu present term which will cl 1pon the 4th of March next has be the most remarkable of all that have preceded It A year and a half ago on the 4th of March wo inaugurated one of the best among the great men who have held the office of President the United States with his dicial temporament endowed with great intellect and clearest treason Ing faculties with his frank and straightforward nature and his dcfatlgable perseverance and geany ore shoe been accomplished under JoIn Administration of William Howard Taft than during any similar period since the civil war Witli him It was a cardinal principle that the platform adlitiwople ItoOO carried out and rightI royally has he performed his to Congress under his Kadenahlp basI tAaksto theI IllatI form contained The platform promised a revision e Tariff that should provldo a du to the difference In cost of I bor here and abroad with n r tsonA profit to the manufacturer it prom mbotJhnloweringelfcourse In telllgent men Wi h shthevision would be downward on most articles The matter of preparation of a Iff bill a Odershould contain In a platform aspla that adopted at Chicago in 190 8may taste Is not easy with a d feront wags sense In overt country eveacesof country t mtn seeke g the difference In labor cost lie e antI abroad will not agree In all th conclusions To cofcrenccsr the task was a part of the labfi IIalslsnj tied by a majority vote Tile of our deliberations was most sat factory to me In general results al JathoseIwas anxious to revise It was a source of great dlsnppat ment to me after two exhaustive nnd extended hearings that I was u able to present any programme that a majority of the committee would adopt a revision of this schedule The a ason was not that the committee by was unduly influenced by those tnsforested but that they could not agrchon the labor cost of producing wool and woolen goods in this country band abroad with a reasonable profit goslthe DIngley aot with one or two smal reductions in duties bill substantially as reported the Housewas passed on the nine tconth day of April 1109 214 Rc of publicans and two Democrats YoUng for it and 160 Democrats and one Re si publican voting against It The lone Republican who voted against It plac cf his vote on the ground that the tubes were too low on many articles d were not protective for that reason is Every socalled Progressive Yot tho bill as it passed the House The bill wont to the Sanaite whiero was considered for months imic back with numerous meats proposed by the Sonata wars good amendments and improved the law bill and when it gat into conference far as I was able i etidsavott have such amendments agreed and trendy all of them wene 1Vwebill treat to conZeneUoe I atatedor the House that I would not agree to Senate amondmunt unless I warf in given the facts upon which It based and which warranted it M spent the hardest three weeks work my life in trying to corny out ithia Pledge to the House and I have BO Jer to make for the result t When the conference report adopted by the House 193 RepUbUc J t t1 and two Democrats O CfItor1ttaoo 165 Democrats and 18 Republicans voted against JtI Of ibhose 18 Revub cnFtturo vet n ten ProgJHasslvcs voted against It as it qua signed by the yresident has resulted in a general rislon downward and no amount of special pleading no misstatemon Lot fasts and no suppression of material facts will ever make It appear other wise The law ihas turned n deficit of i59 000000 Into a surplus of wore 22000000 In its flint years opera don It is a revenue produoor We ofput increased duties on winus liquors npooytheotOtone government should be raised as possible tThe law provides for Free Trade with the Phllllpplne Islands and has proven a wandtrful Irioeiitivo to the thesisoenIdn It Provides a maximum and mini mum Tariff which has oponcd up the ports of the world to our people on even terms with other countries Wo have enjoywd no such fair trade this during the last nine years was becoming in tolerable The has Justified Itself in this stn prvslcn- n ttdvr the rules of the trw houses bill changing the revenue laws a single item Is open to amend ment in either house which in ayla change every iiaragnaph of any ex Istlng revenue law Because of It Is Impossible to bring In a bill malt- Ing a change in a single item wth out opening up the whole question of revenue There has boca much tits rtecusslon between members of the two houses looking for a remedy 1s gested to several leading members the two houses a year ago last su mer the feasibility of a Joint rule ofwhich should allow the passage tythrough both houses of sei arate bills ea amending a single paragraph or bUlcutting off all amendments to any other paragraph or schedule I was Usagratified with the ganoral consensus ohis that such a rulo could be andI ought to be adopted that there ould be thereafter no general re vision of the Tariff but amendments Involving at tho most a single eched separatelyfir f a suggestion of his own endorcis 7na St be adopted and Tariff changes may become possible withouo involv Jjyof tlio country 8lrst of living but it is impossible to It It Is almost impossible to nd a single item on which the Tar was Increased on which tho priceof shown a similar increase On ttcIsor cro wo left it the same as under the old a w they have maintained tho old and sometimes increased It Wo seduced the Tariff iamb fintlaofcents and the price of shingles has boon lower ever since the net been law I could enumerate these It eats the hour showing that the Indno relation whatever to anges in the Tariff act The increase in price of articles worldwide No othor country lug thC past three or four years has ne through a general Tariff re sion and yet every country shows tho same Increase on the necessities- of life In our own country we have admitted over nine million of dm grants In the last ten years m whom have stayed with us Our population than Increased certainly xteen millions There are that mat more consumers But our production necessities bas not boon groatervcs In peclally in the provision line We are not Bending GO much abroadthere domand for it here at home The 11 cdprduced the Tariff on nearly ovary ar Hole of moat and on many article yetd the Prices wore lox under he Wllco In 189697 the pocketbook was Jowar Witha Tariff aomotl eaIra pmvto4 1 Lea re lower but the farmer got less what he sold Careful comparison nude of the value of farm prOducts starch 1896 and Marchisio how tenato3OpoUtjblrty torsos of eggs a fctrnier ootiid rat in exchange all tha way H ceitsate x A r ts pots cgttotiansel glngtoHA bigsibioached and brown hoes petroleum barbed wire nails brick and other Items in H910 titan in 1S 86 Take tho matter of ordinary woolen- tho clothing a given quantity 6f corn will buy twice as hinny suits ttow as it would in 1897 in the same man rontx a gist quantity of whom will purchase oh a ratio ofStoliof 2 to 4 fat cattle 2 to 1 hogs 3 eggs 3 to 2 and soon through the Us of everything the farmer sells T Sarcasm Probably Wasted inanopera was tenlng to Thetaor rather trying to do EO for his hostess talked Inc santly and deadened the music her shrill voice At the end of opera she Invited him to the n subscribers night WIth please rc youusRoman Post HouseIPost houses on Roman roads were erected every Ace or six miles Each of them was constantly provided with 40 horses and 100 miles a day was an easy Journey Any one using these posts must show a mandate from the emperor MUTILATED CURRENCY andften Used In Attempts to Cheat the DepartmentLW UnIdivi sion of too treasury department wh division has to do with redeeming pa ly destroyed government currency Once a man in n western state sent halt of a ten dollar bill accompa I by an affidavit to the effect that ofitther a forwarded was nicely charred along tbe Inner edge and the story would have been accepted by treasury officials b it not been that within twentyfour hours there was received from a bank Jn the same state the other halt of the oteof officialsm was the man had struggled for possession of the bill with some one who bad wrested halt of It from him that tbe despoiler had turned the half into the ank and received five dollars for It at the intoxicated man recovering hIs senses had found the other half in his pocket antI not wishing to lose money had conceived the plan singeing too edge of the note a claiming that the other half had been destroyed So he committed perjury in an attempt to rob the government of 5A man in Cleveland sent an affidavit m acesTaften tydollar bills and one tendollar bill his affidavit was typewritten and In perfect form It set forth that the deponent was a commercial traveler that after returning from a Journey been cleaning out his travdi when inadvcntcntly he had thro Into tbe fire an envelope containing 50 in bills that In accordance with ction so and so he would like to have money restored to him etc The clerk who brought this aumade n too officials commented on itswas lucidity and completeness but to one these the story seemed unnntu rnlwho he ordered that the claim be h up for awhile- Twentyfour hours later n big shipment of mutilated currency cams fr subtrcasury in the west The otDc who had ordered tbe claim held asked whether there were any hi notes In this shipment In four ve minutes n clerk wrought him till missing halves of too bills tbe Cleve nd man had sent in The attempt to defraud was pint The matter was at once put moate The man who bad made the avit confessed at once He had onehalfot fiurnot have been more than 23 and furstolen that trilling sum the man forfeited I liberty for a year and a half Wash ington Star Lighthousemi placeset es whore the tower of the Hotel de VI has remained since the fifteenth century Is the center spot Here Calais meets its friends and has its cafe no the square towering out of t andIng erpatchSince 1848 it tees been superseded a by the magnificent one thimesent In use Never shall I for the effect of this lighthouse as I stood under it that night The revolving spokes of light cast away Into AI space In all direction looked like tb auranllgbtbouse towers So tall is this that relolvlalfigpt can be seen from SVtWorldtit Irldping HIM AKtng y thlaltradoInChnhelO man IJIagJiai4H tdie taco et the pJe- I 1soldicgups training tinges Tbmt ea t7aagdttoFtlghtee for six tHeaassy H ftsclite4W hope be ldnct er tcva04 we are taking procaoHoB agate lkla betotitar ftateswrcar N ri Y J fr j o filMAN WILL POWER 1 c Blimarck Cmmqt en 3chopnhauir t8andHla Theory fJa an entertrflnlng accoBBt of a din ner party at Prince Blsmarck Berlla residence which Js given ID the recol iecUons of the Livonia Journalist pck bardt tbe followlngwhIch sons apurt of the shows the host In a tradfarntotort and E khnnltasked whether at the table dhote of the Hotel dAngle tetra his host bad stet tact Schopen hauerNo said Bismarck he had no OKQ for me nor 1 for him More = over I bave never had time or desire to occupy myself with phllosdpby SChoponbUllorlIth i In the conversation and explained that the philosophers great merit constated In the discovery of the fact that will power was the Indestructible essence of the mind of man and that Intelll pence was only of secondary IrajwrV tance That may very well be fate said Prince Bismarck at least an far as I am concerned for I hare often noticed that my will had already come totI decision while my mind had nut yet finished thinking about the same subject VENETIAN WOMEN i nThe Whims of Fashion Hold No Ter ton For Them absolutplrrttree LlIon exercises over their sisters else where They care nothing for modes WIth them the length of the skirt ffmains always the same neither short nor long and they always wear plainly made dark dresses black stockings and the heelless slippers of the cast Sates are unknown- ad The universal outdoor wrap for nil ages and all sizes is tbe black sbawl with a deep silken fringe It is folded with a short point above and a long one below and sometimes it envelopes tbe figure from head to foot It is acv er fastened at the throat and when It sUps oft it is gathered up with oneont stretched arm which makes tbe spec tator think of a big bird stretching tu wing In tbelr attire the women of Venice are Independent only wearing local clothing out with feminine inconslnt ency they are thoroughly up to data yadto time according to the vogue of the moment in London and Paris Identified i William M Chase the artist was a tpicturesque figure dressing in clotbw that bad a certain originality though they conformed more or less to the prevailing fashions On one Oceanian Chase on his tray home stepped lute JIIIIe1 t Some wine he said curtly The maid knowing there was yet plenty In the cellar and believing the lad budIa mistake said she was sure it j not for that house and did the boy remember the name of the man ordered it The boy didnt eldThem said the servant tsarscome to the wrong place we never ordered wineI At this moment the boy spied Chases famous hat on tho doessaltheupwlnorNot For Fashions Sake wasUeof an article valued bove 10 shillings was punished with death In wrlUng about Sweet catIInmpstead and Its Associations Mrs Lordalttoelfof mercy It was Lord Mans eld who directed a Jury to find a ltrinket less in value than 1O tieshillings in order that too thief might escape capital punishment To this the Jeweler who prosecuted demurred tbthgbad withtor mlieMacMahone Epigram itWhen Marshal MacMMbon In the Malakoffnddls Jy suls Jy teats 1flare L here I stayJ these words funds famous all over the world Yet hIs triendJI said that the worthy eol dier bad written them In the most nomy ofheHelping Her Out fratltrSuch the ca e pndae itort m back yoq a better have an eW eiperieaced towIrtLoeWllU Oewter JoUroal Mirth I HarralcM mirth St1e bert eerdtar lipirltWberefortrP8NeuiOtIQIIUtJ 9tyllty Fglhti L Igeorebee wh It to Tetaatary l rlLJeh d fj I c t- 1FAIRScOAT SuITS The Coat Suit prop= osition has come to stay and realizing thiswe ha e supplied ourselves veil with thelatest in styles and Mrs J R Forrestr and daughter I hues Oracle are visiting friends I- tha victory neighborhood Mrs 0 M Shultz Livermore KY will arrive In town toddy to be the guest of her sister Mrs G n LI- kens Miss rRGlenn daughter oC Judge and Mrs J S Glenn ho has l boon quite side for several weeks Is still unable to leave her room- sMr and Mrs Sherman Smith ea Hartford are the proud parents of- now boy born last Sunday Dr E B- Pendleton Attending phYsician Mosddmc R E Duke and J W- OBanJion city were the gucetd o their parents Mr and Mrs n W Stewart Select VednesdaY nn Thu r day HOBBEE SKIRT AIDS High Heels and Peach Basket c Hats Are Proper for Chris tiara Women Doston Mass Oct 9The Rev He frontS Johnson one ot Dostons foru most dlvlnas ChllJ1llllo118 the muse It the hobble skirt and other ultratask Ions ot the fair sex and advIses tho- tAmer1ran youth In search at a help e mate for life to sellct n girl who fashionsTlwro Is no more latent lnfluene Lorone Wilson Loafllo WhlteMa- Lorene White DollLoath1Se by My ls- DIalogue Keeptng School aggle Myrtle wilson Malnh StogtlCr and Iin Belle Myer- sDlaloguo4t Debate In SqulgglD- 1JvlllaArmet W11son Walter Myers Horace Hughes and Emmct Fought DlalogueISdug to ltaise tho Vfisorn Iaggte Myrtle Willion Dora Faught Luclo Drown Bessie K Acton Dialogue fhu Frightened Beau Dora Taught Bessie K Acton Ar mot Wilson Waiter Myers HQrace- HughNl Harry Hughe- sDialogueThe Selparatfon of Jerl- mlah anti SerephenaWaiter My ryFUN IN THE HOME Make llfe There Joyous and Bar Qi4 Business Worries Whatever your lot In life keep JoY with you says Orison Swett Marden In Success Magazlue It Is a great healer Sorrow worry Jealousy envy bad temper create frIction and grind away the delIcate human machinery so that tho brain loses Its cunning Halt the misery In the world would bo molded It the people would make n business of having plenty ot fun at home instead of running everywhere else In search of ItInerc1rheseWhen you hove had a perplcilug day when things hav6 gone wrong with you nod you go home nt night eshauated discouraged blue instead of making your homo miserable by 1t l a- nr c K r- I x tAHEOFPARI s Night Prowlers Whose Trade Is Murder and Robbery THE TERROR OF THE POLICE Theta Desperadoes Rarely Use a Gun but Work With the Knife the Bludgeon or by TolllngThey Have a Short and Bloody Career There are very few nights In the jear when Paris policemen on their rounds do not stumble upon a body ly ins in a gory pool Sometimes the bundle of n long slender knife pro trades between the shoulder blades xoinetliucH an ugly gash bleeds from tar to car not seldom blood oozes from mouth nose and ears as though the dead hud not sustained any ap parent wound or three little starllkc bruises may dot the temple or a bluish line an Inch wide may mar the back of tlhe neck just above the collar line Lea Apaches the cops tvbls to rich other for Parisian police ficers always go two by two und they call for un nmbultincc much relieved not to have witnessed the incident I The steel blade the blackjack titIbrass knuckles will serve the of the Apacttp according to his vie Urns size and presumable strength For a prey of small stature however the Apache reserves what In his slang he calls tolling A sharp blow dazes the victim and throws him down the Apaches knees bore themselves Into the chest while his hands seize the couplHofe ft thud tells of a fractured skull 4 Until an Apache is an adept at sticking his rflnn In very much the same way In which a Spanish torero dispatches n bull with a single thrust I between the shoulders or nt cracking n skull bone at one slam he is held In little esteem and never allowed t tackle big jobs in a dangerous neIgh- borhood for Paris Is u well policed Ity The night hawk must strike like lightning empty the dead roans pock- ets in a wink and slink away Into the dark Therefore Apaches very seldo carry guns the knife is silent lag too is safe so many people ore fcrown io have slipped and fractured their skulls Unless the victim Is es pecially well dressed there Is not much of an Inquiry When It is all over the gang which scatters like a flock of frightened spa row meets again at some wlnesh0 where no onu Is welcome who Is not In the business Apaches never try to conceal their social status Their very clothes are n sort of warning to the public They even affect u peculiar walk the body bent from the loins shoulders hunched and hands plunging deep into the trousers pockets But who would dare to molest them The Apache Is a marked man lie joins a gang at three or four and twen ty and by thirty or thirtyl3Vo ho ha gone The maws of a jail hold him for the balance of his earthly exist ence lie knows that He exptcis It Therefore while his freedom tasty there iO SejvmU duOtr fo will not take to get nthe gold that alone could save him x JI1cbeS are not born they lire made made by the peculiar laws of France Every citizen of the republic without distinction of rank or class must serve under his countrys Hug for two years Only the physically un lit escape that servitude At the end of his term In the ranks every French man seeking employment must present us means of Identification his cer tificate of honorable discharge Then It Is that tragedy looms up fo some unfortunates Woe to the one whose certificate mentions the Afri can battalions The African battalions garrisoned at the edsu of the Sahara desert are made up of nil the boys who had the misfortune of being arrested before they reached the age of twentyone Trivial as their offenses may have been whether they were due or not to the Indiscreet exuberance of youth or to souse absurd entanglement they are sent to the desert outposts kept on convict fare sleeping mostly In trenches which they dig watched ove by sentries that shoot to kill Under the broiling sun that lay them down fast with fever and riot era they build roads crept over theI next day by the sand They are the trout whenever Arabs or Moroccans threaten to shake off the French okeI When they full by the wayside theyI lire tied to a horses tall When they protest spurs cause the horso to rear And whets the creepy water of sand wells bullets from the sentries or from the nomads and the hoofs of vicious horse have spared them they return to their native city with hatred InI their hearts wltlrthc loathsome memoI orlea left by association with the de j raved and the morally diseased They return to their native city to find doors and hearts locked to them Their military book which they must produce proclaims them jailbirds Who wants to employ an exconvict During their two years In the African UnterDo they have atoned for their cr hors of the eighteenth or nineteenth year For the second time they haves societyAJchance to show that they have for WMir of thorn have shed the old hide beating9iMtfA It the plight of an ex convict Jriuiofcriindre Frldon In New York 1 A 4ri eeavx aa M l = THE ANGLE OF REPOSE Depends Wholly on the Friction or iha Materials In Contact Tfcc angle of repose Is u well l term in the science of mechanics but besides being used In purely theoret cal problems is taken Into account by railroad and other engineers Suppose that we taken brick and lay it on- board a and then gradually raise one end of the board There will bo a certain angle reached in time where the brick will not remain at rest on the heart but will start to slide down This is termed the angle of repose of the brick on the board It is at that point where the component ot force due to gravity overcomes the resist race due to friction between tho two surfaces Therefore the angle de pends entirely on the friction Frlc lion varies with the materials in con tact So tho angle of repose of n brick on a pine board would be different than its angle of repose on an iron heart say Nuts for the application of this In ordinary life When a railroad cut has to be made the sides have to be suffl clarity slanting to keep the earth or clay from caving In The same np rpiles when a ditch Is dug or when for tificntlons are built in time of war The angle necessary for this Is of courSe the angle of repose of the par ticular kind of material through which tho cut is made as measured by itself on itself as It contains millions of In dividual particles In contact The angle In this Instance Is determined with utmost case and simplicity A pile of the material is put into an open cylinder packed down slightly and the cyl fader is then removed Of course the pile Immediately slumps down Into a mound with slanting sides the nnglo at which is the one wanted This angle is somewhat smaller than the one that would bo taken by compact earth and therefore allows u good margin o safety There arc tables got out for the cu glneer to refer to but it is always wiser to ranks a trial for every par titeroare hardly two cuts made through ex actly the same kinds of material In exactly the same condition Chicago I RecordHerald 4 I mBAIT FOR SARDINES Bretons Coax the Tiny Fish With Salted Eggs of the Cod Sardine fishing forms the chief in dustry of Brittany In an average season the Brittany sardine Usher men catch 100000000 to 150000000 theyu000000 while the shore Industries do pendent upon this fishery give em ploymcnt to 20000 other persons most ly women and girls So Important if the sardine that in many communities in Brittany every person Is directly or Indirectly supported by It and the tall ure of the fish to come weans ruin starvation and death to many people In the more Isolated places Sardines are found oil the coast of Brittany throughout the your buts flourish In greater abundance In sum tact and autumn As many as 100 OW trots been tnkcii Qt cue time to Snouet from one school One remark able feature of sardine fishing In Brit Inhy Is the enormous amcuut of bait which Is used The bait In general use Is the salted eggs of the codllsh llretonIIShermen cr use of which n great deal of till sue sass of tho fishing depends is always done by the captain of the boat who stands on n little platform In the stern and while directing the movements of tho boat and the manipulation of the net throws the bait to attract the fish boatrWhen the fish are on one side of the net or on the other his next stare Is to cast the bait In such a way as to cause them to rush against the net null thus become gllled London TitBits Deaf as an Adder The expression deaf as an adder Is from the Psalms of David where It appears In tho following form Their poison is like the poison of serpents They ate like the deaf adder that stop peth her car which will trot hearken to the voice of charmers charming ever tellrus that there Is n widely prevailing su thatsboth the viper und the asp stop their ears when the charmer is uttering his Incantations or playing his music by turning ono ear to the ground and twisting the point of the tall into the other His Favorite Which is your favorite Wagnerian opera asked the musician Lcmme sec said Mr Cumrox appealing to his wife There are sev eral that I never heard yet arent there Yes Well I reckon Its one of them Washington Star Poor Llttlo Goosed Seems as if I can never find a decent quill in the house growled the eighteenth century author 1 tbluk It would pay you to keep a goose sharply retorted its wife You wean one that would bo of- chortledome help to me dont you tho brute Detroit Free Press Vulgar Ostentation Little Willie Say pa what Is vulgar ostenation Pa Vulgar catena dun my son IB the display made by people who have more money to make It with than vre bajre Chicago iowa PLATINIZED GLASS It Produces an Odd arfd i Tricky Kind of Mirror JPlattnlzed glass consists of a piece of class coated with an exceedingly thin layer of a liquid charged with plait arm and then raised to a red beat Tho platinum becomes united to the glass in such a way as to forman odd kind of mirror The glass has not really lost Its transparency and yet If one places It against a wall and looks at It he sees his Imago as in un ordinary looking glass But when light Is allowed to come through the glass from the other side as when It is placed In a window it appears perfectly transparent like ordinary glass By constructing a window of plait nized glues one could stand close behind the panes In an unlllumlnated room and behold clearly everything going on outside while passersby looking at the window would behold only a One mirror or set of mirrors In which their own figures would be reflected while the person Inside remained invisible In France various tricks have been contrived with the aId of this glass In one a person seeing what appears to bo an ordinary mirror approaches It to gaze upon himself A sadden change in the mechanism sends light through the glass from the back whereupon It Instantly becomes transparent and the startled spectator finds him self confronted by some grotesque fig ure that had been hIdden behind the glass Harpers Weekly ORIGIN OF LLOYDS Humble Beginning of Europe Great Maritime Agency Two centuries ago a man who had a cargo to send to the Mediterranean contrived to get rid of some of the friend to take an necessaryfto write out a statement of contract to which the guarantors subscribed This was the first underwriting Those two men happened to be frequenters of Lloyds coffee house In London which was a favorite place for the merchants of the town to gather to discuss business or to gossip Others immediately saw the advantage of the scheme which their cal leagues had devised and on the next voyage the risk was parceled out among a larger number of the patrons of the coffee bouse Out of this small beginning has grown the great European maritime agency still bearing the name of the humble coffee house proprietor anti which not only writes risks on vessels but rates them and publishes their arrivals I at every port the world over no matter bow small or how remotely situated Annals of the American I Academy The Barefoot Burglar Have you seen the barefoot bur glar asks the Florida TimesUnion We have We caught her In the net yesterday morning the threeyearold miscreant as she stole up to our stole a kiss shook her tousled head and said It you dont get up dad you wont get any brefes Alleutown Pa Deuloerait an I Unselfish Mrs Backbay Why are you leav big us Bridget Boston CookMe iteasons fire philanthropic I want to give some wan else a clmncet nt the joys of living with ycz Harpers Ba zar A Family Jar Neighbor What is all that row Willie Ins canning fruit and pas n food inspector and hes trying to tell her how she ought to do It Philadel tibia Bulletin Her Sick Friend- I didnt get to bed until midnight Sitting up with a sick friend Well yes with n lovesick friend answered the girl Kansas City Jour nal Hygiene can prevent more crime than any law Munsterburg By Precept- In order to find people amiable it Is necessary to be so ones seltEm press Josephine Wheat Kings in Oregon Portland Ore Oct 12To educate the eons of farmers that this present system of wheat growing by the big bonanza ranchers of Eastern Oregon fa wasteful and should be replaced by intensive farming is tlio hUlk tho Pendlcitoti schools have set them selves Wheat kings In tho interior have single cultivated farm contain ing 10000 acres Motliods of cultivation are such that half the land lies idle each season vhoat being grown on the remainder It is to redeem Eastern Oregon from the big farm idea and Introduce diversified farming methods that scientific agri culture Is being taught in the Pen dleton schools The course has met with g oat popularity from the outset Furtfater encouragement of ihls lino of work is being planned by the school manmont and among other practical garl dening on tracts of ground secured j within the city llnilts Is being oar tied on under the supervision of the teachers giving the course of study A suggestion that wJH be adopted will bo tho formation of a one cre club in the different grades of the public school and of y the pupils to ie t the PeMletenkHim School + Prize will be offered the members ttuso clubs for the best gardens aextSpripg The school board is impressed with the plan for they believe it will not only stimulate the Interest In agri cultural work but alsi materially as slat in Beautifying the city But the groat object to be attorn ed is the breaking up cir tho big wheat ranches and the cultivation of smaller farms thereby making homes for a denser population and removing the Jslatton of llfe Ind the grntn growing sections A TARRHRemedy Elys Cream Balm Meul Is quickly absorbed y FOR C 1 0Itr- JPthebrano resulting from ELaway GIll storesNAY FEVER Taste and Smell Fullcize GO eta at Drug centsI SYMPATHY helps hurts but it wont cure an aching tooth 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their profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining conn ties and 1nthe Court of Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Offloo on Main St opposite Court House n D4 TRADEMARKS proraptlJiobuln d In aUloI1IItrj THAT PAY sdvertaetbemtaotonauratosre- zpenegwd pyotosscceu rePertonJBookS03OB Seventh 8tre tWASHINGTON D C J jKILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR COLDS1t119O CFees AND ALLTHROAT AND L NGTIOUIUS GUARANTEED BATI8FAO2AR- OR MONEY EJrUJOJD sROCII t D A 1 D DCF D Se IId P1Odeti respell irsdadeeWattyrse Wrto- utw e box O o1laU1 pauuo cOJl1r1whUMIN ALL 000NTRIES- J stem dirrrf wlii Wa411loll Lora tinr fheafret Exclutlvetrwritsac math rnWASHINGTON L pr- FAIRBANISMORS S Gasoline Engines Eunjpa wafers Brlnd feeds tfooJla corn c Works every y atr p small Sjosrt to operate All alzee tar all purposes Send fof catalogue 802 Addrew 5S r 10eeA i Eows 1 ljrt l TA III- j t j + Yhsv FtJ- L r jrL T ell t r JOKE CAUSES i t tJk EXCRUCIATING AGON- t I Ends t Death of Luther Clifton ji at Louts iIIvl1lec t i Louisville Ky Oat SThe daath today of Luther Clifton ago 2YjJ t ended one ot the nit remarks i casse known to medical scienCe clIt ton was burned two years ago wh sinceJof the cuticle burned from his body During all the time the young fan suttet1ed excruciating agony and obliged to lie In oil for hours dnl- Sevoral times skin gratLtng was sorted to but the burned space dtla holly was too gnat At one time 50 medical students gavo up cuticle In an short to relieve the unfortunate man but tho skin would not adhere to the paUettt Tho burns wotu sustained by C11tton at the hands of a practical joker Ho with sev8lal other young men was making his way rom St I11 to Louisville They had stopped Aoar a town In Indiana and built u campflro and Clifton dropped besiduto it to go to sleep One of tile eam 1 pole knocked embers upon the slee ing man to awaken him and betore he realized It the sleepor was a torch Children CryF- OR FLETCHERS I FORDSVILLE Too late for last week Oct 4Mr Forest Chambers w and baby ot Hickman Ky are vlslt lag friends and relatives here Mrs Maud Lyna of EarUngton vl- ed her sister Mrs Clarence Lynn ktat creak 3IIss Agnes Lynn Is In Earllngton this week shopping MIas Katherine Thompson has be enrlli since last Jr ayMiss7 from a three days vIsit at Olendoan- eProt L S Mason was In Owcnsb ore Friday and Saturday lastvaWesley Daniels the bOy who was SO severely injured by horse break ing through a bridge and falling on him is able to be upon crutches Miss Clydl Mathews only Baugh 4r of Dr Matthews died this attet n October Gat 330 oclook after a g Illness She was au estimable you 1lady and had kept house for her tat T er for a number of years Sho has boon tile Idol ot his heart and home since the death of her mother DeWe side her father she leaves evetyln brothers anti many frltnds and rula Lives The protracted mOting at the chris- tian church is still tn progress Rev D S carper who has been pastor of the methodist church horo for the past year left today for Bowling Orem where ho will work during tile coming yeartrTheDeatnon the AlrcIs the germ ot LaO rippe that breathed In brings suffering to thous ands Its after effects are weakn ss nervousness lack of appetite energy and ambition with disordered liver anti kidneys The greatest ncod then is Electric Bltte8the spies d Id tonic blood purUlcr and regulator of Stomach Liver and Kidneys Tit ous ands have proved that they wood erwisefully strengthen the nerves build up the system and restore health and goo c spirits after an attack of Grip Jf suffering try then Only 5Oc Per feet satisfaction guaranteed by all druggists ill J How Dairying PayslaThe first tbing is tQ get a good Separator as I constddr clean sklm icing the gruateat factor In profitth tie dairying Then when one lias a good separator he must take care of It properly keeping It as clean ns wa- terand wnahJng pOwdur eau do it separate at each milking and try to do this as soon after the milking fie It is posstblo for the warmer the milk the closer it can be skimmed One should earate the cream and r then keep It as cool I1S possible T hendpext step to the disposal of the cr which in my lOcality Is by make it Into butter The receipts from the same number of cows will Jncrase 10 per cent titter BoparaUnK theml- at 1k home Aver lht amount rticei ved when deUvorlgg the wboe milk The last profit though by no mcaneou they least is lf the rearing of calvon wlll find Itsomuoheaalertd1 ed the calves with homeeefiaratod skim mUt than by the old way that one may raise all his ca1ves Jdfaping lit 1 some as veal and others at six t I eight 1Ilonthl old as stockers Ti JSdlctll1Rttromthebad opam torf OU to a Sum fOf- Ih the yearJ I 10 J The first d iIetako a cairyman WIlt e- L K r I i L make sa a rule when aI11M bad BelJaratorls t1iaR ties will eexP aUC1Yeto skim just as close at40d ooSas at 90 degrees When hb 1fuds t will pof do this he will be likely to blNne the machine or the man woo sold It Have a lhormometr hanging 11mi and use It then you w1a know tiro fault was not wlfli the machine Another matako and a big one Is- In not cleaning the separator props r ly Agents will iiomotimav tell you sellslotsng only once a weak MY heenat of gents ofdeyour you prof- Its will W There are dollars 1u keep 1yhoTocare LaOrfppe uel Coldll Z4 II take onCold and LaOrippe Medicine TABLBTS If 7ftr llntght kes sal kupIbem seal Z5c is J C Mcodc ball Medicine Co EYliSYlIIeII and get them post paid Guaranteed The Complex Tariff Question ulaThe Southern States without ti suport ot which tlio Democracy would hardly consider It worth wh hold a national convention strongly toward ProteCtion It It were goutth would not long be figured as a Democratic asset Protection has Work ed wonders for the South This Is why when the Payne Tariff bill was bo loco Congress leading roprl entatlvas DemocratswAfir le itf is which their constituents were Interested was reached The Domo TexIfsshaping says among other thin fisitthe manufacturers raw material SO long as such duties remain on manu tacturere finished products III other words Dir Dalley would stand Protection on wool 1t Montana well as itt Texas and that Is what our representatives Itt Congress stood for This shows how com III ex the Tnrtrr question Is and how It alts- rious rte Interests In different itsits of the country Certain It Is than Dontocracy Is In no Position to try to make capital out of the Payne Tar Itt blllLowtstown Mont Argus 0nWhere Abraham Fished Mrs Vlctorlll de Bunsen In The cahto many readers She learned or while lit EdesslI the traditional Ur Chllidees She was shown the large oblong took ot water so OIled RllrItllceofso as to form ea almost solid lay en of slivery life The guardian or floe mosque throwsI some meal taco lie water and the lit jump high to catch lt a great Ilr jartheIs that Abraham fie Q chi to the tank hence the fish we considered sacred No single one hnIbPen caught or klliedto this day deed death would overtake the m who tnsgress tbls law LightningSIr t problem at securing protection tro IIgbtnlng consisted la finding the bt enormousIwas not to get rid of the energy qnlckly Albin Iron wire le coon red the best Lightning conductor from the electrical point of view but 1t1 dlngfromenveloped loa metal cagoIt is by means true that a building Is sa provided tvlth a conductor reacb g up to the highest part or tbp- bullc1lng The OrigIn of Grocer Grocer appear In HollaahedA Chron- Icle 11150 liS grosser and In other mediaeval records It Is sometimes writ appliedI to we K splcelltbatqUllntltles fie distinguished from rtgntota who were retell dealers T Grol ere company Aron adopted t groer In 137 the spice peppeten tiled themselves Into a corporationIondonEspresng d AI Wth Nsv Tramp Ian the looxhtyon pleafie stenllJrberpftblltdl laetfag WhiM of tidy lady 1 aru- J if taplala womal and Train P tie damIe otthe plat pomet ever IeeD ant one ot t hOOMteclt to owa4np to It I Cruel Mn 13eat7taasEvery tone fi aloft tn rl Be la iBe IPbo ttromiew t IIPIOIIIIN8deIttJ C i eatSUICIDE BYthCARBOLIC ACI Man Who Attempted Life Ih Ow eusbaro Succeeds in Hopklnsvllle HopldnaWJle Oct gSherwood S Buckner one of the most popular moo in the city and member pf a promlnoot family was found daLd last evening la hIs room ut the r dance of his taUter Col S O Duc HersHe had taken carbolic acid Mr Buknor was abOut 95 years of ago unmarrtud After nu Darn futile struggle with nttomtted to rind his exlsteMo several wooks ago In OWensboro taking morJhlne Physicians saved lIro but he had never fully regained his mental or physical vigor lIe had a host or friends who are silonro and saddened at Ids death A MAGIC CLUB Nct1evs lau melomelo is the name of n 11ecoy used by the native lisbeninen- n of JawalL It is made of the bardcat wood to loo found on floe islands and Is- Cllrved and rubbed till It assumes the shape ota rink with a little knob at the smaller end to which the Uno 1 tied The club Is from one to three feet long A village sorcerer performs cere- tllin rites over It over a sacred fire After this Is done the club is magte and the fisherman must bo extremely careful of It It a woman should step asover It or enter a canoe In which It lies inthe club would lose all Its power and afterwardga tho mixes candlenut and cocoa meat bakes It and tics the mixture In a wrapper ot cocoanut fiber At the fishing grounds the club covered with the oily juice ot floe at and Is then lowered carefully to the naswhich anon gather and begin to nib lit the club All soon as enough are around the decoy a smllll bfig shaped net ts lowered very gently untIl mouth Is just over the club The Thflat are so eager for the stuff with whlcb the club Is covered that they follow It Into the net without tear As soon as call the fish lire la It a fish ermnu dives and closes the mouth the net whereupon the rest haul up quickly 1tTHE MIDDLE AGED MAN ThatrYounger people said the mid ale aged man want variety Thep wacat gaerIts to to the sumo thing over and over and over again day after day orbeto Oldtufter most variety Is thrust upon them desre11y Ya the same l stould loo lost without Iiu0me scenestarolliar friendly aurrouodln I dont want to change pieheae cst grooatve Wa- hange cat c I Just want to be left alone to wort In my accustomed WIlYa It III tolaroutine And could there tutus to one s greater blessing Nature and ttiecl Is toms ot moo enforce routine capon youfeIna life ot rontitte In the enjoyment of tamlllar labor WI mllY find our greatest happlnessNew Tort Sun 7 The One to Pay When she wav Lady Rattdol hurchill Mrs George Cornwalll Went consented to electioneer for JUr AsbmeadBartlett In hili tint purlla mentnry campaign Mr ARhmell- dDnrtlett was married to the Serene s- BuidettCOutta Ii a very rich worse auntdechaJ1D8 did splendid work fur the dtdata To a group ot farmers llbe said o ayWgntyou promise me to vote Mr 8bmeadBartieUr 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