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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t d 7 Uqniblxcan- r Fine Jdb Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL T1iE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription I per Year VQIIXXIII HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KYi FRIDAY OCTOBER 211910 No14 GuiJ1iIE SPEAKS 4 AT HARTFORD Many Hear Candidates for Congress and Judge Indications Point to Large Majorities for Both Republican 4Nominees in Ohio Co Last Monday afternoon Dr O W- Oaddfe of Larue County Republican nominee for Congress In this dls addroaacd a large gathoring Qf Ytlie raters nt the courthouse at on- oclock pm Judge Blrkhead lradngI adJourned court to gIve the au ohportuntty to be lreard Tudge J- Doan of Owenboro Republican nominee for JUdge of the Court of alsoIMoth apcoches were well reCeived hy t tho large nudlenoe cad thel10 was every eyldenco that both candldat- willrecelVej moro than the full Rrp- ubUcan vote Mr E G AusU- Sootalist a utndldate was granted an opportunity to present his Cause but Instcad of dnlng so he made an attempt to belittle the spteoh of Dr Gaddlo which foIl very flat with tho audience Ho accused Dr GaddWo not presenting My remedy or line ofI action which lie would pursue It 1elected to Congress but laid hlmI self open to the same charge evon toI a greater extent by not even muoI UonLng what the Socialists propasI tbngsfpraeont conditions and distributed a largo number of copies of a Socialist ReasonIUpon being introduced by Hon M L Hoavrln Dr Gaddle spoke as fol lowsIMY FELLOW CITIZENSI meet you and I greet you with an unusual degree of pleasure I come to you not as a stranger krocltLng at your door but as one who has addressed you on former occasions Two years ago Ohio County gave me a very handsome majority when I was the He I publican nominee for congress At that time a P1esldeDillal Election called out a fun vote and party lines Were very closely drawn Today we- havo no election ofa prosldent In meet the two parUshave only the nominees for Coogross and JUdge of the Court of Appeals on the ballot This applies to only four counties In the fourth Congressional District In the other nine counties the race Is for Congress alone II am a cau- dldatofor Congress I Nava n otheri political ambition My opponent the Democratic nomlneeo Is an announced candidate for Congress this fall andI for Governor next tall Asyot be- i has not announced that he18 a cant dilate for United states Sonntor trite following year Ills friends are said to bo looking for 4418 announcement noon life political ambitions seem to cover the entlre territory occupi ed by the Amorl Eagle who stretch vYes his wingsfrom the Atlantic to- the Pacific dips his bill intheARctic Gulfipublic trustand that an officer eluct ed by the people 1atbe servant not the master of the paoPle+ t Ram notI in sympathy with the idea that the people CAI be tossedabqut by ann official as aboy tosses a ball A man who seeks election at the bands of the votl8 should deal serlously with them He should bowiiILo g and 1 ready to serVe the term to whlcb ho expectS to bo elected or else ho should stop snide and let eomeono- have the placo w o will How about is llriokDaOnUo Democratic JiAmltL fleet CCI log to hteown an pence montrhg does poteXPoct tO Bo ye the ieople oI8hbur whUo ouagrcee Iii 1 insession If you eked him If elected on the thCtNovemb ho would x take theoath of office on the 4th of March 1911TltedaY Coogres4mustB- In obedience tQ the Conitutfon ad journto meetao mote Ull the flrst- y Monday iaDecet ber1911DI rnosthe fitter q lllIorS rDuring all that time be would be M kia j1NisICe tstet ta HenriJ wt lave llslr1i1PPL1of S II tIV Y x State flghUng for the Democratic nom nation and the autisequont election for Governor of Kentucky Ills salary of Six hundred and twenty five dollarS = 6200 per month would bo mailed W hint monthly When congress meets on the first Monday in Doceotber Mr Johnson evidently X tlltobe Governor of KentuckY It his Intentions matonlaUzo he will have rlgned s a member of Congressand would have the Governor call a special bCtJonto seleCt a man to rm out tlio ttntedor atbleh hu was oleetod All this at an expense of many hundred dollars in taxes for the people ot the fourth district In the nine monthS that would tlapse be- tweonthetime ho would qualify ns congressman and hiss rseignatioalie would draw in salary the princely sum of five thousand six hundred and twentyflve dollars Sb62600 for Services net rendered The two political parties would be thrown Into warfare again In winter time when roads are bad and the weather cold nIl to satisfy the lrsntiable political desire of ono man My democratic friends what are yo goIng to do about It Are you going to sit down and fiddle as did old Nero while Rome burned or will you arise In your might and with the ballot Os your weapon smite the than Kho seeks to trifle with you If five Democrats la etch precinct who favor th nomination or James D Mc Creary for Governor rather than Mr Johnson will vote the secret ballot their ballot for me Mr forfGovernor after November Sth Thorn arc over two hundred precincts In the fourth district Five to each precinct would amount to ono thousand democrats yoUng fer me All this numbeuld taken from his vc an given to me It would n111oacbange of two thous and votes In they final result No party would thInk of nominating a nl for Governor who had lost this large number of votes In ono district Now niy fellow citizens I om grad know that through the leadership of such honest able and illustrious- statgantan as Bryan and Roosovolt- we lUlyereaohed a period of Indepen dunce In our political life that en ablUl us to say we will not be trampled on by a membJ1 of our party who happens to ba our nominee It was the spirIt of Independence that Induced republicans In Ohio to Join with the democrats and elect a democratic Governor or bhlo It was the spirit of Independenc3 In Indiana that brought republican Vote to aid In electing Marshall the Democratic nominee for Governor or that state It was the stunt of Independence that induced demccratlc Mlfasouri to elect a ropubllcan governor It was tha spirit or Independence that sWePt the state of Tonaossee for on lndepondont judiciary It was the spirit of In dependence that caused Malcolm pat- terson to aurronder the democratic nomination for Govornorof Tennessee and to withdraw from tie race be cause he saw the ban dwrlting of de feat wtlttea on the wall in such pkiln and unmistakoablo terms that no Daniol was required tolntQPrut It It wastlieep1r14 of Independence that olectod Augustus E Wllson Governor of Kentucky It was the spirit of lndpanadenco that dnducd William Jeunnings Bryan to very recently declar p that he would notsupport the democratic nominee tat Governer of Nebraska rhls grand and glorious repUblic Is rch1ng onward and upward In other oountryon the earth does the lndlyldual havo so many prlvl1eI gaS and Uboltlus Our labor is tie best paid on part Tho products of our sell are prlliging remuperative- prices far eyOUnd those pt other countries Tate farmer Is in tho zenith of hie glory taring thonQOn day of Its prosperity III cannot refrain1TmmoOatra ttng happy and PeIUS II04 ttarma of today ourrouadedEby luxury aDd unde1 oJepUbl can mile vllth miserstble collf lion under democrwita rule In 1896 after CJev land anti hthQueerer hadI ruledai termterm pt oduotis weratheI- aweeE 4n the didstory of our cpntryI Today they are the highest Under Clevelands ttabt t th- lorlcellavar e tae our cOuntry weredm- ed Iaomest l bore basmhe 1II sad Lose P houses became no cemsityto keepat n tromaesf eaM ctldisis ltoha atrging Those rerpdrYa- i OoatiMied fo lIIckUf btlifJir- r X i r t r SUDDEN DEATH fOR DOLLIVER Insurgent Leader Succumbs While Being Examined Was Apparently Better of Pre vious Attack Which Caus ed His Death Ft Dodge Iowa Oct 17UnltjdS- tntes Senator Jonathan prontiss Dol liver died of dilatation of the heart caused by an attack of acute intit- gostlon at his residence nt 7 i oclock Saturday night while being rubbed by nn osteopath physician Senator Dollivera sudden demise was wholly unexpected by his rein tines and close lrlunds who he had almost entirely rosovored fro the attack of Indigestion which he had been suffening for a week Senator Dolllver had been up aU danud had made a trip from ht residence down town He told 8eoral of the men whom he met that ho be lloved ile had completely recovered from tile indisposition which follow od his trip through WlscOIiSln on a speechmaking tour tor Senator La- FoUeUe The osteopath physician was using an Instrument to listen w the Senators I heart action The physician un expectedly discovered that hu was no longer hearing the heart bJ3ts Heat first thought his lnstrumeaJt ma faulty An examination revoakdtJJ1t his patient was dead Jonathan Pretties Dolllver was ordl- Iwr Klngwcod Preston county VIr- ginia February 6 1858 of old lew England stoClt His father was a clergyman and an abolition agitator annoyancduring n e of thu State In which he lived was soparated from Virginia and erected Into a loyal commonwealth The youth of Prlutt Dolllver wa one of nsidurable hardsltlp but I response to his apptnl for an education bin parents aided hint tn 111s course at the University of West Vir- gtnln from which ho was graduated tn 1875after working during the sum mer and at odd times to help defray his expenses He was then only seventeen and at eighteen he secured his first position as a school teacher In Victor Center 111 The salary was small the duUes exacting but In his leisure lie stud led law and was admitted to thobar- or West Virginia in 1878 The future Senator and premier In surgunt arras ns much nn onthusias- dvbrpolltlots t ns his profession Two years before his admission to the bar he beat his way to Cincinnati most of the distance oa foot to be a spectator of the National Republica n Convention which met In that city and dominated Rutherford B Hays for the Presidency although young Dolllver cheered so lustily for tholat James G Blaine that ho strained his voice Dollver made ardent Hays speeoheS In thecampaign and years afWrward- rocalled that do fervor and oxtrava- ganee they surpassed anything he ter heard do the halls of either hoUSa of Congress He said that Samuel J Tilden would be denied entrance to the Land of Eternal Happiness after death and would also be excluded from Satan s realm because it was not the d3lrooftha PrICe of Dark nesa to be ousted to make way for n Democratic headquarters A raw years lator In company with Ws older brother Robert Dolllver emigrated to Iowa The brOthers had about 50 when they arrived at Ft Dodge whore they aptllod a taw ornc It was a atrhgglo at first but to Limo cltents came While wattingtot- the tide of torture tofurti ljollivo- rworkedforatihessa Id1nender for 60 oaata a day but when trope was about abandoned he was nomitvttod elected Corjn ration Counsel of th yliage atasalar f 250 A year Tbe poeIUoa enabled htm to gain prnotico Lad establish himself as a protesslouaL end politicaltactor do his Sit1 i 1888 hd Vas elected to 0angross- aad fr88tlvet181 reelected eerrlitg thenaitOR J 4 1 FJl r services especially In the natter Porto Rican tariffs n 1900 ho was strongly urge- aocept Ute Republican nomination f theVice Presldency but firmly do declined although ho allowed hl- name to bo used by the late Mark Hanna to defeat Timothy WOOlI ft ot New York Ho said Jle would not liSten to becoming Vice President because that meant that onequartQr- S Ctlon bat land after another would 4avo to go to buy chickens cropnot nevIerDolIliverwas elected for a full term In the UI- IparhouSdI In 1902 and roeleellod In 1908 Dolllver was again mentioned for th V1C4 Prusldency III 1908 hut agate stubbornly refused to be put Into a 0ioslUon ho did not desire Asa Senator he was one of tho first to robot against the soca11EdI standpal elent that fortoustsmparty as a Ha was one of the leaders of the do- surhent movement and lion oppo Sent of many of the provisions of tho 1roeJrtly enacted tariffrlvw Senator Ilollher was not a ave slthY man lie owned considerable Iowa land especially n farm to which he I was much attached and on which h and his family sp ntthu summar- I He looked forward to tIle time wh ho could build upon it the kind o- a house he had always wanted to own ANOTHER TRAGEDY HENDEROt Grayson County Officer Shc t While In Charge of k Prisoner Henderson Ky Oct 17J T Skaggs marshal of Clarlsoll Gray instantlynshorty after lU oclock tonight Wan unknown person who made good his escape Sknggs reached the city on the 942 I H and St L train having In custody Chester Fentross whom he was returning to Henderson county from Lultchrk1Ll for the nUogtd- offoose of having solen a Morse last Wodnosday from Henry Taylor a farmer living near Rruds On roacliliig Henderson Slmggs- hcar ed a street car with his prix oner who Was bandcuffedand start td for the Jail He wart about a block further than the Jail and alighted near tile PrOShyturlan church HI and his prisoner thou started through Central park Dond when they reached the band stand three shots were hoard Two oft curs hearing the shots were on itho seen within Q few moments but the murderer had escaped anti It was hadostruck Skaggs and lie was dead Two boys ho were In the parly- at tho time of tile shooUng8tated that they were able to see two men by the flashes of the roo1Or and It Is the opinion of Ute lIonderson po lice that Fentress must have had a friend who fired at the officer Both the men made good thelresoalle Tho Henderson police have notified all the surrounding towns and a close watch Is being kept nn the Henderson bridge Tho prisoner having on a pair of handcuffs will It Is believed aid In being located byI the pfflcersIThe people of the town tiro greatly excltedover the killing Among the Lodges lhrtinrd Lodgo No 676 F St A AJ holdan interesting meoUng JaalD day nlghtL when the t ird degree was but oa s a very creditable manner by Junior 1VatdehT OWen Hunter Rough R1ver Lodge No 110 Knights of PytMas hold the regular moetin- gTueMy evening at the hall and besides llsteaing to Il Interosting fa port of the teproesontaUves to the Grand Lodge conferred the PRge Rank This lodge is exPecting t have plea tYof work from now on during the taU and wmtQroTerrUt6daf evening K I WELLMAN SNIP SNOBs America Gets Caught I Sturm in Ocean Carried Far Out of Course to Eu ropePicked up on Car olina Coast Now YoriS Oct lSTho ntteflpt ot the Wellman airship AmerIca to neand disastrous do toda when the British mall steaanierTrent- piekod up 1vullman and his crow from the wreck of the airship 75 miles otC coastIcame In two Downdpans agents and another In forming the Now York Times of the result of the expttlIUon In which It had taken a ladlng part Both wro less messages practically told the same story The wireless message to the Tinhes from Capt Down said that the Trent picked up Wellman und the crzw of IIthu America at b ocloel thlll morning Time airship had born abandoned byf loyal Mail Steamship Pactt Llnl plying betwwn N w York and Cuba and Dermunda was signed by Comma der Down and read ns follows SignaledNby Morse code that she regiirtTasr slatance and help After three hours maneuvering and fresh winds blowing got Wellman with entire crew Includ- Ing the cat They were hauled safely aboard All are well AUlerka was abandoned In latitude J43 north longitude 6815 west Capt Down rlllortcd that ll 6- oclock this morning he first sighted the airship In distress Signals of dls trers amid calls for help were given For threw hours the Trent flaneuver alongIIslderosily taken abcnrd and the cat al so which was taken along as the mascot shared tn the ruSClie Copt Down reports all the members of tile crew WU Tho Amlrlc was ahan donna where the rescUe occurred In latitude 3543 longitude 6818 This brings to a climax ono of the most remarkable flights by an air ship uvor undertaken That Use climax was not accompanied hr a tragedy Is considered matter of ex cuptionally good fortune as the dl rlglhle had been blown far away front the usual lanes of transatlantic trat el and was almost outside the range of the coast steamers plying between Ponta ot the United Stat sCub1 and South America The wonderment and awe which lIas Inspired Saturday as the dirigible first disappeared Into the fog banks hallglng over the ocean had gratin ally turned to anxiety and serious- apprehonstcn Jato the ultimate ru suit of tile perllllent The range of wireless had sWept Ute entire North Atlantic bringing no word from the airship for two days The last word enme out 1245 Sunday oft Nantucket It was furtfour hours after tilts that therescue was nccom- plls1ud by tile steamer Treat The America has undoubtedly brok on aU previous records both as to time In the air and distance covered The previous time record that Count Zeppelin was thirtysovon hours The Americans time up tol 8 oclOCk this morning would be Three dull days or sevtmtytwo hours Raising the Maine Government engineers are about to bagln the work of raising the wreCk of tho Malnu In Havana Harbor and It is believed that the work can be completed by February 16 next It It shOllld be round on exnminatdca that the ship was blown UP from tho out IIIde It should not be assumed that the Spanish authorities at Madrid In atlgatod the act or encourage It In aiy way by IndlcaUOl Relations with SpaIn are now a peaceful and friendly and this country Is glad to auto the ovldoncea of that nations commercial and IndUlltrial progresa r- o 1 u J I and prosperity No matter what Is found when the hull of the Maine or Its rllllains Is fully eXPoSed to view- no hasty charges should bo mada against the honor and dIgl ity of the Spanish Government TorRdoes could have been applied to the ship by par commIlto make war cortaln as well as Spaniards who felt that the national pride was wour dad hy the presence of a pow riul Anprlcan warship in the chief hurler ot Cuba The tnctJ4 should h sought with careful de liber atlon and ro conclusions aittonaeed without the sur st proofs An admollltlcn on this point Is e3- pecally called for wltii the IIIL hods of th relbx lUfIS ar e kept In mind The gags at the y311ow papers are hallltutllr snheaard with stnsattonal yarns snrmishs and axnggeratiounot to add th I short and ugly word They bulgy Into dlploratic relatcrs as readily ni they apply Uhelr ears to doniatlc O11OIs and ehasa around to tear down the few safeguards left of docent privacy Spain has had enough troubles and losses to suggest that It shculd not be the subject now of a trial by tile yellow sheets For a long time Spain discredit the Idea that the United States did not seek to annox Cuba It knows better stow since this country has twice withdrawn Its forces from the Island In order to giro It a chance to conduct a government fur Itself if it bJ found that Uw Main wars blown up- by torpedoes from the outside the identification of those who were In the frightful plot Is th i next stab TheY may nOr be known lU any case the Spanish Government Is ntlHto respectful falruiusGlobe Dlnocrat FOR THE BUSY READER I IJTwentfour now cases of cholera andeight deaths were reported In Italy President Taft conferred with New York State political hatlrs lu New 101Clt David RInklnwho was the operator or the largest farm In tile world died at Tarklo Mo The population of Nashville Is 110- i61 according to tho new Census Tills Is an increase of JGii her cent over 1900 The street enl mens union of co lumbus 0 voted to call off the strlkh which has boon In progress since July 24 The Government of portugal issued a decree proscribing the Drlganza family to the position of an exiled house President Taft acted as Judge In the cases of the admission of aliens at Ellis Island yesterday He proved in- ho a lenient Judge Claude H Duell n student of tlse- SVetern HIgh School of Detroit dIed of injuries received In a football game Saturday No funeral srorlcoa will be hold at tile summer home of the late Mrs Julia Ward Howe in Middlutown n- lberore the body Is taken to Boston Tho annual meeting of the stockholders of the Chepeake and Ohio rnUrcad was held at Richmond Va when a now hoard of directors was elected 0 Claimed His Own Mr ChAs E Standford of St Paul Minn and Miiss ZadalI Za none of Lancaster Kywore married at the home of Rev Elgin last night nt 730 Mr Standrord is a traveling salesman Ho is to be con grntulatod on the selection ho has mada Miss znnone Is one ofLancosters most Popular young ladies She has been engaged In the millinery busl noss at Centortown for the past two months Mr Standford came to claim his own Miss Zanone Is quito popular nt Centertown and has made many friends there during her short stay She has made n good cboico In sinning such a worthy man ls- 1Ir Standford for a life compau lon The young couple will leave Sunday for the South where theY will spend the Winter They take with them the brat wishes of the many friends they have made here and ilf Centettown i I1 I f J Y iiVl1f T- Il 4VYtt f xl l i f TS I rP rOSITIDN TURNED DOWN Green River AssociatiOn Will Not Join in Price Willing to Confer With Other 0r ganizations Only After Offer Had Been Made Tho quarterly mooing of the Groon- 1lhoQr Tobacco flrowors nssoclatlon- Wa held in Owonsboro Thursday morning and deI gate tram Daviass Hancock Icon and Ohio count wore III QttundauCQ and took an actvo part In the discussion of the goner conIUous tll1t affot the to markets 1hu eta Urg was I1lSld ovtsly 1V G thle The i ladltig was held hlnd closed doors hut Lho assocIation mad known the ouatJus of a resoluU adopted by tho 1n JUng which was the most hnpvrtant matter that ca before the body Tha rQSolution w- dmftd hy a ummlttlou lllponhod t Confer with a Jclogatlon reprtz Jntlng I Ulo AmtrIean Socloty of Equity and I the Iiontc WarlJIOUJ complI1r com peed of f K nicseley L N Robur son and llI1hlJn Shaw The corm IVi heard tile IlrollOs- ltlan advanced Ly tlw visitors from tllo othre organizations that the three i cole be bound tog atlLer on I single Belling prove the price to ba fixed bY 11andwclntlousIrho oommIUoe aCtor hJulng the argument advanced by tile visltln- dokgaUon g favoring the plan draw 1111 and submlttsl for the oonshluratlonI of the Grew Rlvsr Tobacco Growers association tlo following rcpor which was unanimously adc tad We your oumnitLtea submIt tit following report The rprunLiUv4S of tile American Society of pqulty and the Home warchoU5Q prtsGllJd tile following proposItionITo II tl1J rlclng of this years crop of tobacco to those who Ilav- P00111 In any Ilclatlon Such meet Ing to be cllod by u joint call o f th predents of the ttlrw associations calling all poolers to moot at the schoolhouse fix a Ilrlce anll tit aver IIIlrlcomitten shall have power to sell or contract this tobacco All IIrtLCUc1 and rlghtlhlnldng men agree that all the assoclatjo I acting together can neeClIIIllIsh moro than any one lnglJ hmdd and thatI each association should do uverthlngIJ- OSSlbltJ to w0purat r Kith the ethers lint after carefully coushlerlug tit allOy proposltlon all uXlllallled by Its MOcatl8 and Ilstmlng to all tit a arguments advatrcod ht Its favor you r ItIlrl6lion In iIdllng our tobacco but Is merely an Invitation to take a joint Imp In the dark Stna It woulll bind f nil the associations III advance tphold for un unknown rice and Is would mean fixing a price without considering the SarnlllL while In re- aUty the santplev are almost as lm- Iautant IUI the prfca In the light or six yoars oexlIlrloJ1C3 In the orgunJztlJ soiling of tobacco your conmtitteo believing tile lollowht IIIIkopursucThat the reprdontathes of the US f- lsoclatlon gt the hoSt posaLblo offer t for the tobacoo This offer to ho based on rorofullseluetw samples the offer also to cover Ula rIuootLons of grading and weighing thu points at which the tobacco Is to be roColvLod and nil details concerning titu dully cry of the tobacco That the officers of tile assoclatloll then present this leClnlt proposlUon- to the association and show tile samw ides upon which the offer is based That tile association then consider the whole question dlscuss it fully con of suIt the other associations to any uXyj tent It may desire and Uun docido whether it will accept the otter or re It Jett Jt Should It deride to rojloCt itwthe a soclaUon can then In the light of all the conditions fix a PIee and name thu terms upon which Jt lVJ1 authorize Its reprusentntlvus to make n sale IliMARKSDERRY Chairman R D BRYANT J O MADDEN p M WIIAYNE tim GEO M TAYLOR toAAccordtug to a market report huh The Ihshad Ip the JansvUle Courier a nag tow days ago Uhcro was a big scare pu In the Chicago wheat pit caused bY tliv rumor that ataudlnn whrxtt weal thia going to Invade this country oep- Cho duty of twentyf cents W ll what do you thInk of lhAtt A DOOl oerat paper furnishing proof that protootlon does protect It Wo levy Canadian competition wit ell there la a tariff wall of twnty five per coot whore would Wo bo It pu were no Protective tariff The c ter editor must thInk when ho to Limo farmers that n plOt CUvo tarIff does not benefit thorn that they ito not road his own market DeWS Really that pent In the Durler about the market reports did us a bushel of good We never saw a butter argument for tho hood of pro tectlon for farm products The WI- IsonGorman Democratic tariff back In Clevelands administration took the tariff oft of poultry and eggS thus opening up our markets to Canadian wmpUtion Every fanners wife romcrbera how little than s- oa ill could get for her chickens Ilndcggs Mr Farmer are you going to altote for Canadians or for your own 0IntcrcstsRockport had Journal CASTOR IAO- n For Infants and Children The Kind You Hays Always Bought ISIBears the of d When They Had a Chance Not so very many Years ago t Democratic party had a chance ha a chance to thUllll1 all tile bad I1WS that were ulna the statute boo had a ch taco to little frusta a IJ plexus had n chance to rodutu sal a rtes that were to high had a cite to pass laws to regulate or super tile trusts had a chance to make a political Platte straight and roe places smooth had a chance to ens all reforms nbadad In toot they had a chance to produce such a hood prosporay atd good Umus and bring much oortntment and hallplncss to the lJiplt that no other partyI 1would over stand any show any too They had a chance to provo Dome Bracy to be the only and orlglnalI IT But beloved with all tills opperI Coolly with all this glorious cloneIi to clean up and set the Proper order and put a song or OOnI wntment Iu the Marts of the PeOllllI what dId Urey do We repeat wit did they do- a WIth a House and a Senate attd Irosldent all of ono party and at- r pledged to gl6 us IL dost of the and unhaalaiusstnce of they went to work and straight UusGd the country Tlki rtJ paakxd laws that Were lrcaplrg time good and added a law upon us the educed our ruvanltcs to U bond sell 11ng heals Tha trlttud away titL goldlll moments quarreling amen g themselves about questions that time proved that locus nJUllng about They spilt up Into warning faction s and turllJ their backs upon theIr own chief tad called him a ROllubll can for no othI reason In time work thall that their Plaus had all falls d to make good any they saw thug had Plaice time blame on somebody S only stay ont mss to cuss Clove land ass the only man In the lloUt y that had polltlcal wisdom enough to oresee a tray cut of tllO difficulty W Li arty had gotten Itself Into And this Democracy This is the hlstor I of the party that wants to try It ono again Wants to get to tile bat antI Cooke another strike Yes n silk a that put lalJcr on the bum A strlJe that brings want and sufforiug an prlratlon W curse a IQOpla that should otllelwl8 ba contunttA and C- JIlrosllerous And as you listen to the Demo candidate as lie troths and In tills good ymr of grace dollingthat hu Si01I1S to Imagine that the Republicans have Inflicted upon the PeO pie as he rants against trusts and tariff and monopolies and so forth andso on Just ask yourself what dId hs tarty ever do when It w- In absolute pOWer to regulate any of these socalled evils Ask yourall what sort of times lILt this country a his party was at the wheel h- And ns you ask yourself those quh- ptlons try to Imagine Just what sort time we dill have along la those ears tPhun Grover was trying to keep the Democrats la check And you are true to yourself to your and babies your God and yout country there Is not much danger stofentrust your affairs In Ute hands of- rho Democratic party the next boO round Cheap Clubbing Rates We have made an arrangement wltl- e be publishers of the Inland Farmer tlj- 10tLoulsvUl whereby We areenabted furnish The Hartford Republican that paper one year for lGO Inlad hornier Is a weekly Jopr and one of the best farm papers dad JUshed lu the United State Our In readers should take advaataeor otter u I r jI I A c r TAFT sAyS ProGOOD fBYE I Leaves Summer Home toTake CapllItol Beverly Mass Oct 16 =Preside Tufts summer vacation officially ofl cd relay lie will slant back Washington tomorrow ntorningybY t way of Now York Mrs Taft hIs sister airs Thom K Laughlin Jr of Pittabung Mss Helen Taft will go wth t President as tar as Now York Th will stop over there for a lWock more shopping President Taft will be back In wnsh Ingten Thursday warning to tome until Ncn1omber 7 When she gOes ClndnnaU to vote on the eighth Ho will nail for Panama on Novembr 10 from ChnrIBlon S C- Mr Taft has thoroughly onjoydd h summer hors Its lots taken on so weight during thv last month bat doInot seem to mind it Today In Unitarian church the president w IScd called upon to mAke n dew remarks What he said was oentlroly Inlormal but ho took occasion to lndlato Ut rtehUasod8 church today Mr Taft sold rsI should be more reluctant break Into the regular coutso this morning If It did not give me the of c0portunity on Unhalt of Mrs Taft an wofeIl1 beautifultaumnwr season a USe yoarsIa In Its history the growth of the lIberal lam In religion and the devol pmont of the orthodox teneAlB of those who recoma hero to make the beginnings or New England tote our faith ot Un ltarlanlsnt The President then paid a tribute Dr Benjamin R Dulkley pastor of the church and ooacludcd- i hope we I moon my family andI myself shall bo able next summer to as they say In the vvus1 athereabouts and certainly it we are within any practicable dlstnt1Ot and i1OU will float us as wJl1 next sum111 IIIUId as hospitably as you have tit thuwonyatl slncerdr COU H QUIGKS MEDICINE Quickest and best for coughsJGOARANrppD Sold by druggists Made by J C Mendenball Medicine CoIrnsrOkia L Selecting a Wife on a Scientific BasisIDr Sara NWcomb Merrick slater o tht r astronomer tells In tic Soleafed his wife on a scientific heals At the age of Johnlewcomb the youth ot analytic mind stood befog his mirror and thus soliloquized I am 24 oars old Md It Is time began to look for a wife CombIand Gall troth say that 25 Is age for I IYOWlgshall bo unlike mine and In FIntonfous one being the oomplemontS the other The 1Ilera1l1ntIn physical furor I not n liWo above the medium height 6 feet 9 SO situ may bo of nwdluut height I am InPined tQ be slender with shouldersoho should be rather square In the shoulders and stock ofS build II muscles ago long and sUm and my hands slender with slim Cl- ngcts therefore situ UtFace and head I have rather Rl1 largo mouth a square chin and jlllWs face Inclined to e longshe must a rather round face with plump clhJks My nose Is bony ortions prominent 90mewhBitlikethet1 Roman nose but broader and with full nostrilsshe must have a rather short vase even wIth a llttlo uptUtW and lacking la boo edvelopment My eyes are lpsctl1ers must bo fulland prominent MY era- raighthers must be arching toreliead4her O- Qhrod projocJa over my eyes and stoPe8 an bitch somewhat making what Js tetat- ad the phllasophlcal headhors must full and round In the uPPer qr= the literary and history fullsL- gr ilff tlonbcrs hoJlld be sotlie what Iss Because my hair Is dark strong of growth rather eoatee tact hero should be fine and if- p1 rsaltile curling ore urlecC in B- ecotor nit taco s inclined to betloria Bee J l I rhera must be more delicate whtl still rfhowlag tlll1 hue of health T1 color of my eYea 1s gray ble but Im not 10 sum here I thfak polo r ofmy eyes and hale Is not of so much consequence Mentally I am slow of thought and speechmy wit must be Quick and randy with an 11oorsan The Writer then goes onto doscrtb H searchdcatchhewas a porbaiJsi1Sa or oven onger a rilwayshemade draw wellJrhweop anythIng that ho could do and still keep near the daughter QuerytoAt one house was poor at another the house Was not neatly kept at a third there was ofIsn aI10ItLCk of desire for learning or odu mssthher fate All waS gOIng smoothly t1I1 when she was molding tile dough for the baking pane the noUc theIJ was In w lag trough He asked her the reason for this and her reply was that she wastsaid there was plenty Want of thrift shoulddon The Call of the Blood for purIfication finds voices In pim aloe bolls shalwo complexion aIjaundiced look moth patches and blotches on the sklnal1 signs of liver trouble But Dr Kings New Life Pills make rich reel blood give clear skim rosy chocks flue complex lon health Try them Sac at all druggoslts m Reductionin the Tariff So much misrepttisentaUon has boon Indulged by the Democratic press In regard to the Payne tariff law that the following items are quoted to show that it was a substantial revision downward a Articles Reduction Farm Implements 25 sPrinting machinery 3313 Darbed wlr Horseshoe Saws Mils 331 i White load paint 1212 Brick o Window glass DreSsed lumber 30 FenCe posts 100 Carpets 21 Coal 3 Gunpowder CiO Matches 2 IlIdl6 Shoes G fHarncss and saddlery f5EPetrol unl 10 crews 6 to 2 Tucks riO Table kutves t 10 to 2j Salt 10 Starch 3313 FrtSh meat 25 and hams O nn1 a 1aGO toroform 50 linseed oJ 25I 0lash 5 45 Cream of tartar 1 Alunl o ore 61i ig Iron 371 Stool 71i ewing machines 3313 Ypewrltcrs 3312 clot paper 371 3 It Is evident from these sam that the Payne law did rae Ue tariff materially and It has gotten to the poInt where any lurthQr roducUon would admit foreIgn rmdetgoods In competition with horne W Jtboearners business man professional man and nU other classes of cltlztlllS the benenclnstes of subarea ryvlstonshouldgets schedule by sghodule from evl dencecol1ecte by an expert gem mtsilon lndthotUndam Ido bf lId1ff the coat of PuCto lore d bro1d with oa reasonablo profit tohe American workirtgman ancf manufacturer should be kept 10mbid BulletsBulletS suffering to goldlers that rite eczema WI Harriman Burlington Me got- la the army and suffered wlthlffqrt years But kJeniDlca Salvo cured Cue when all eiee l U drltea preateet healet for Bolts Huras tiw diojandPiloe 26c at all drlI l l J i 1t I BAD FIRE AT 6HEENVILLE Flouring Mill Grain Elevator and Wheat Go Up In Smoke I Greenville Ky Oct 16OreeiwIIIe the loss tiro i IGroouvUleMlling 1an000 bushels of wheat were destroy edThe mill and elevator It1ssaJd Were set on tire from some boarding care ot the Illinois Central railroad which wore on tho private switch or tho milling company and which wor burnedThe loss is abOut 60000 about half of which is OOTorod by insu- aoooQwOI1sboro Inquirer To care LaOrlppe aid Colds is Z4hOllrll take QUICKSColdand OrippeJ It year drstgist dos set keep tllea sead ZSc G I C Mtadea6all MedIcine Co frnsvllk lid and get them post paid Guaranteed I r- Camomile I It Is said not only that decoctions- or the leaves dried and powdered of the common camomile will destroy Insects but that nothing contrIbutes- so I much to the hCI1th of a garden as- a number of camomile plants dls parsed through It No greenhouse or hothouse should be without camomile i a green or In a dried state either the stalks or flowers will answer Stops the Cough heals the Lup QUICKSMCOUGH If not litter then any other money back J J C MENDJNHALL MEDICINE CO VANSVIuBIND Physicians Fees Fixed by Law A German antiquarian has found documents showing that in ancient sumslduectly prescribed by law They varied according to the social position of the patients I GaveMe 1 1 A I Ifell my arm and was in terrible pain IIcould not use my hand or arm Without intense suffering Until useeapplication gave me instant myarm I 3 SPRINGER 921 Flora St Elizabeth N J SLOANS LINIMENT lis an excellent antiseptic and germ kiUerhealscuts burns wounds and contusions and will draw the poison from sting of poisonous insects 100ISloan book Oft heepIBoston Men USL Instant Relief anasprained StampsRichard house North Berated Bognor stampk been collecting postage stamps for H paperedIang across room There are about lflue million stamps In all and their face value Is 80000London Evanlng Standard TTtJ ctrft rJtTTrt i SEND YOUR BOY TO itMatheny Batts Vanderbilt Training r t IEt 4 A limited select school Col lege trained teachers Students from more than thIrty towns in Southerne f t 000 Electric LightsSteani Heat Hot and Baths Moral Sur 4 A troundings excellent No saloons xtremelyheal hful ocation 3 000 spent on ImprOyements this mummer j We take boys item 12 years of age up If you want your hey carefully sendhimm rThe nineteenth year of the school opens Sept 7 Wi tetoriHu8tra e Catalogue Address tIlCommuncations to4 J MATHS NY BETTS 4 y r aley- Princirfooc f lJ os t t t tr t t r t I WILL APPOINT CItIEE JUSTICE- I IY President Taft Aboutto Assume The Heaviest Responsibility- of u l His Term 1- Wash1ngton 1 0 4l D COOOct 17PtB3l doM Taft Is now about to dlschargo dn0 of the heaviest responstbiitlu- stbathaa rer dev lopod on him since he beauno president that of appoint 1gn chief JusUceottho Supreme flourt otthe United States The gro- amqj of the people are OVer whelm ingly In favor ot tho appointment ottbeassocateJustlcu John M Hal1an tot1e Chief Justicoship of that graft court Prosldent Taft Is bntlngthls question with himself and It Is genot ally hoped that he will appoint liar lan who while he La for Justice and equaltty for overyoue corporaUonsin eluded novorthelcss on the side of the poollle ns against the prlvllcdgu class fIt is thought that Preaidont Taft sincerely deatres the Supreme Court t sustain the Ineomo tax provision ot the last tnriff bill and by appolntint judge Ilarlau to the Chief Justiceohip- he will further the causo as Judge Harlan 1s01W or the ablest chLuiJplona- 6t the Ineomo tax in tllo oountry and j a Ufo long republican CIVIL SERVICE EXTENTION President Taft has just Issued orders placing about 8000 postmasters of the country and other officiala ot tho govornmont under tho protection of the Cecil Soryloo Law Plbsklon- trait has made groat advaneoa ih plac- ig tho government sumico squarely on thu basls of merit and in taking tho public otncoo out of the reach of the spoils tJol1ticlan State of Ohio CItT of Toledo Lucas County ss Frank J Chency makes oath that Je Is senior partner or the firm of F J Cheney A Co doing business In tho City of TOledo County and State aforesaid and thAt said firm will pay thoaum ot ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR for each and every case of Catarrh c that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure- FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed tnmy presence this Gth day ol De- cemberY A D 1886A W GLEASON Seal Notary PUblic Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter nally and acts directly on the blood and inuoous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY I CO TOledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 76c Take Halls Family Pills for covet paton m High Price as a Issue The platform which has just boon adopted by the Mnsaacl1usctts Demo crats says that the ovorsbadQwing- quostlan thIs year sea the cost or liv ing and It adds that the working man the clerk the salaried teacher find the small tradesman Mn no longer bring up fits family In reasonable comfort Democratic papers In many parts of the country are quot ing theso expraatons as If they iomo bOW rollocted pu the Republican party Either through ignorance or dtshonosty those paters intimato that tho Itepublln11s are responalble for tho high prices The Republican StAto Convention at Saratoga two works ago nine referred to tho high prices but it did so In an intelligent ofCrorlooUon ora tendency that is worldwide and loan not truthfully bq said to bo duoto the prosent tariff Anybody who makes inquiry as to the prices abrood and also who lake trouble to do 0 little thinking on Itthe own account will see that this Intimation of Republican rosponsl butt for the advance sloes not moan what tho Democratic politicians pro- toad it moons Samuel Gohper9 Of the American Fixiaratton ot LabOr ought to hard boon consulted by tiwse Democratic r iuwspapera befaro they made thou mmments on tho platform doclarnUon I Of the Mansachueetts Domocmts Alter hfa recent roblrntMm a trill through Europe MeelornPersiri aim arUclo1n the Amorleaaji Fedeiikidbhlst The organ of his order poi the out J thMl tlor living 1wlietltile style of iing wasYnkom tiatA the acooufit- dltfered y very UttIt imtweea thoUnt tad StaLee and tire gkiduatrla- 1Cntrl e Of E Mope PvhUa wagE here Diud J lliwer tbtre than hors Thing fs e1ipiO tale we8ewlorker- cg Enmpa iii o dsclarod ony lam rceusoiQboe wIgtout what iI Agnor- 0oosiIiW htxomo nn cssltYit him r fobi1tin quantity and QULUt7i sreselstable clothes among bll 4 ftp- JttdfellQW 4 haft tam tB at drrrdv comtortablycItlunlei quarters ItObls IrnJ L r titv Y e cPf awakened deelre for equality wLthhls American nolghbors and Sngoneral a large and freellfe He adds It the lmmlgraat to thla country Is willing to continue lvlng here I1t tho same Ievo1 it which ho was obliged to srccpt in hia native land be can find kt for the same moneY Witllo saying this ho also said that wages In America in many I trades are double those paid abroad This is thutostlmony ota man who has bben a Democrat ever since ho was naturalized a quarter or a Otury ago lie was on tho stump for Dry nLn 1908 and in his two previous camPlgn9 Nor is there any thing now In what he says Every other Inwlllgent person who knows tllo conditions and the style ot liv Ing hero and in Europe from actual obsorvatloti and who has talked on this subject has said the same thing Nor are the Massachusotta Democratic platform makers sinners beyond the rest ot their guild They merely repeat what Dumocmte In other states havo been saying since the campaign started None of thOSe romancers have made any attempt to got at the facts It tho Payne tariff act Is rospon siblo for Ulu advance In cost of liv Ing which Iiaa taken place In England Germany Belgium France and the other industrial countries of Europe then the United Stator must be a larger factor In the worlds economy than any of our spradmglo orators imagine Except as it has given more employment and bettor wages to workers the tariff has not advanced the cost ot living In thoUnlted States As the tariff rurlllshos more monoY to the worker tlllln ho would other wise have It enables him to eat bet tor things to wow butter clothes and to have more conveniences and com forts tor himself and his family TO the oxtont that the worker Is enabled to make more purchases and enjoy moro or the desirable things of life too tariff has advanced the cost ot living The American worker who is willing W live h1 the same style and to suffer the mulediscomtorts ns his European counterpart will find the cost very little greater hero than hu does there But what American native naturalized or allen is willing to IIvo In the squalid fashion or men In his craft in Europe Let Democrats turn to this aspoctufthe quOS Uoil and tell us what they think of- it In QttrlbuUng tho Increased cost or living to the tariff the Deemocrats aro likely to fall Into a trap TheY may goad tho Republicans or the nonpartisan and honest Democrats to proSeM the facts as to Proces Let Representative Llayd chairman of tlo Democratic Congressional Committee Wk Mr Gompers In some ofI his Domocrntlc talks to tell something about the relative cost of living among American and European wage workers and then Inform the counI try what Mr Gompers says ThisI particular piece or deception stands an excellent chance to react on the Democrats It may bring out the truth and the truth Is the very thing that the Democratic campaign managers want to keep far in the back groundGlobe Democrat Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Duties of Military Attache The duties or a military attache aroI to make hlmsolr IiIntime to time on the mobilization armament and equipment or the power to which he Is accredited tJIChinese Floating Hotel A floating hotel Is to be established In China The vessel will have three decks the lower being arranged for dining billiard smoking and cars rooms The main deck contain D drawing room and 24 bedrooms each with a fullslzed bath and dressing room while the upperdeck or spar dock has been arranged as a prome undo Real Estate 60 Acres or the finest Rough river bottom land located three miles west of Hartford About 20 acres InculUI vatlon Good dwelling and out buildings A bargain for l2CiO srs- W8 Uavo db iicPes of fine bottom- land from one and aa half to two mites Qf Hantfoltl tiart of It With Umber Also bout 46 ocr of upland belonging Vo the sane tmo- Llerm esaJ s l10fofBeaver Dam acres bottom land about 2G acttJ ntl61land and the rest of It thlrlytgood upland Fivo room ftxlale two story house two barns nd good tenant house Splen did atchardlever failing welt hi yard aidlIOlselond Spring ineast reach lUatbeApplY to UAitNETT aaMITH IHartHrdK3 1 v p J 1 liFE WAS ALMOST GONE But Boat Wins In Race With Death of Ohio County Woman Life wsa almost extinct when Dr Lambert arrived at the sldo of Mrs Annie Dell Taylor ot Taylor MID Ohio county who was returning to her home after a 1IBlt to Rookvort Ind Mrs Taylor was on board the Rounds Dros Boat the Inquirer Shortly after loaving Rockport tlluI woman liecamo ill The otlwrs of tho boat worn notified but they could do nothing to nlevlate her sufforinge Before Owexsboro was reached Mrs Taylor waa In a dying condition and had fainted These was a crowd on tho boat and something like a panic provallod Upon Dr lAmberts nrrha1 at thu- whllrl a powerful stimulant walls given to tllo woman and lQ was remov od quickly to the linsidtal where I3ho was reported to be rtlng easy F at urday night Mrs Taylor Is a widow about thir- tyfiyo years of age and had been In Rockport for n short time She woo unablo to tell very much concerning herself yostorday on nocount of her condltionOwensboro Mmogor Order Ohio County Court Regular term October 3rd 1910 Hon R R Wedding J O C C PresidingJ et al For Motion Judgment Stock Law Election Prct No 32 DanT Wilson ot a1 For alotiou judgment I Stock Law Election Prct No 11 A S Keown et al For Motion Judgment Stock Law Election Fret No 10 Sam Morton et al 0StockJ M Everly et 01 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 of Ohio County by a majority or the members composing the same has heretofore by regular order dlocldod that elections to regulate the running- at largo or cattle and the specks thereof In Ohio County Kentucky shall bl confined to the voting pro clncts within said county and It further appearing that J W Arnold and 30 otter legally qualified voters Arnold voting precinct No 32 Dan Wilson and 45 other legally ball tied voters of Horse Branch voting precinct No 11 A S Kown and 30 other legally qualified voters of Select voting precinct No 10 San Morton and 2C other legally qualified voters or Smallhous voting precinct No 17 J M Evrrly and 25 other legally qualified voters ot Ceralvo voting precinct No 2G and J M PaY her and 19 other legally qunlitk4l voters of East Beaver Dam voting precinct No 13 llle each flied their petitions herein praying that an election be held In their respective voting precIncts at the regular elec lion November Sth1010 for the pur pose ot taking the sense of the letgaily qualified voters In each or the said precincts above named upon the question whether or not Cattle or any species thereof shall bo Permitted to run at largo upon the Inub lie highways or unlnclO6Cd lands within their respective precincts And It appearing that each ot said petitions were duly filed and have lain over for olio month or more and no exceptions having been flied to any or the same and that a fee deem ed sufficient W defray the noct1alry expenses having been oollosltcd with the Clerk ot this Court by the lleUc Uons mentioned in catch precinct It Js therefore ordered and adjusted tInt an election be held In each of the aforesaid preCincts as prayed for In the soveral petitions heroin tied at the regular election November 8th 1910 and It Is further ordered that the Clerk of this Court furnish to- the varIous pr ciuctg heroin nwnrJII ballots with the following question submitted thereon Are you for or against the running ot largo Of Cattle or any species thereof upon the pub= lie highways or uninclosod lands In conformity to this judgment an order herotofore adoptafl by the Ohio County Fiscal Court ttta Itlrthor ordered and adjudgodbytho Court that the officers of he regUlar blecton be and they arc hereby dlreCted toopen a poll at each and all of tho voting place lthe roraid precincts in OlpCOuniY Kentucky on November 8th 1910 for the purpose of aece- rtattningthe wll of tie legal voters c1ot Mid precincts upon the quosttoah rlldokcea d It farfu ther or e I dercd that notice of the submission of Ute nforCAold question shall Iipublished at last 20 days prior to said election In at least tour issues of Hartford Republican a paper ot general circulation IJUbllahodat Hartford Ohio County Kentucky Ordtred that each cause heroin be- OOritinuod for report of election as riivldod bY Statute COppy Attest W S TISLEY Clerk Ohio County Court QUtCkCold and Medicine Guaranteed to cure Colds and LaGrippe NeurnlgillIn C Meadenball Medicine Co nmllle lad Republican Results Since 1861 with the exception ot- elfht ynrs we have had Rllllbllcan Presidents For two years only has tho Democratic party had absolute control of all branches ot the govern meat For nearly fory poara nil the legislation and all executive acts und tresttcss have been detcrmlntc1 bY our parIIWo have created the policies and sloped the laws Wl havo stood at the holm and directed the course or the ship of stAte upon us has been the entire responsibility to us must be given the praise or blame for the results Dr our nccompllsbments and our deeds we must be judged Wo found the treasury empty and WO fitted It We found the pUblic credit deed and wo resurrected It We found the army and navy disorganized and we organized and reconstructed them Wo round 4000000 of our In habitants slaves and we tOed them Wo round 31 states We now have 96 Than our bOundarl touched the Atlantic and the Pacific now tbo Hun noCT sets Ulan the StIlls and stripes T1101 our naUonel wealth was 2G- OOOOIOOOO now it exeJtls 125 000000000 Theo Francs and Germany and Graft Britain add were richer than we anti now WO are richer than Franco and Germany conibind and nearly twice as rich as Great Britain Then we had less than thirtyon doll onohal million lnhabitaiits party slaves now we have niece than olghtnlnl millions and nil are friar Then eve followed the world In manufacturing and now nil the world foilalws us Our manufacturing establishments bav5 Increased and now We have i337G9 neighborhood and Illochan- kal Industries ltJmatlcl Those os tblishnudits then employed a little over a million hands now they unhploy 6OUO0011 bonds rcclw Ing annually more than g30000U0 000 In wlagts Our farms wore worth less than eight bJlJlons ot mousy then tlleY are worth more than twenty odors now Our manufacturing ostabllslimunh- representtyl an invttmeit In clllal of about 1000000000 tu L and now they represent n lallltnl of nlJI- y 14000000000 with neighbOr- hood industries and hand rules llS tlnratalWe bad 135000000 of money then twith which to do our buslntis we jlave 310G000OOO now Then It was 13Si per capita 3S3 circulates Thou there was lo+s than 1IiO 000000 III the savings banks now there are early 4000000000 of savings or the wages or till laboring People or tllle country or twunty six tenet as much Wq raise over three times as much corn and wlieat now ns flea and make thlrtyono times as much pig Iron annually lJlslcke 140000 000 1908 tOOK ot steel of wbkh lima wo did not stake n ton Then wo exported annually about 136000000 of domustc muerchan now we extort annually 1 G38000OOO of niereliandise or Hero Uhnn five times ns much Our bank elnmnCe are nnmtlllY twentyfour tarn now what they were then That they were 7000 000000 at Now York now theY aro nearly 100000000000 at Nosy York Met lGOOOOOOOOOO for the- uitfro country The Deamon of the Air Is the germ or JaGrlppe that breathed in brings suffering to 1l10U- Band8 Us after effects are weakness AervoU5net s lack or appoUtc energy and ambition with dlSQrderod llv or and kidneys The greatest need then Js Electric Dltter the splond Id tonic blood purifier and regulator or Stomach Liver and KidneYs Thous ands have proved that they wonderfully strengthen the nerves buildup the system and restore health and gOO spirits after an attack or Grip I tc them Only 60a Per feet aausfactlonguarantegd bY all tuggltlts m I r i The Kind You lIno Always Bought and which Lax been in use for over 80 years has borne time signature or and has been made undcr Lis personal supervision sInce Its Infancy f Allow no one to deceivoyoaLtthbl- All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood nro hut Experlplcnts that trifle with and endanger the health or ChildrenExperience agaInst EXIJCrhncnt What is CASTORIA Castorla is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops mud Soothing Syrups It is Pleafamlt It contains neither Opiunt lIorllhine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago la its guarantee It destroys Vurlll and allays Foverisltness It cures DIarrllaa amid VIlIIl Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures ConHtJllaUon and Flatulency It assImilates tho Food regniates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy mull natural sleep Tito Childrens PaunceaTlwMothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of t2jO 4 D e The Kind You Have Always Bough In Use For Over 30 Years THC ClNTAW COMPANY TT MUNn TUT NLWROaa CRT J TONfIIWANTEDAsample Latest Nodd llRA et bicycle fumishM M us Our ovens everywhere an- maltinc mone oat ill 1aitI4ruI III tJII wItoallow TLlI DAYS FmEE TRIAL during which rime ou may Me the bicycle and put il to any test you wish IfOU are then not perfectly ntif nr do not wish tel keep Ihe bicycle hip It back tousatourespeneandoaiwlNMbeoatmrnnt We furnish the highest grade Incrcan ais possible to mt betoanlee behind your bicycle UO NOT BUY a bigele ora panl tiresfromagoec faderpricerhen you rocoin our bnutiul catalogue ant nvadtynaIrwpruawecanmake t than any other factory We are utiiSed with fsoo prof above lactory wet JIICCLE UEAttUII you can sell our bicycles under your own name pate at double our prices Order filled the day reteived SECOND 11ANI1iICYCLNS We do not rothrly undle second I and bicycles hat l1Iually have a number on hand taken In trade by our retail stores These we clear oil al1rieel ranging from 83 to 85 or 8111 Descriptive bsr mailed free BRAKEIataglu wheels Imported roller and pedals puts repairs and COASTER of sal 1M waal rttai pas- ss 8 HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF e 0- A SELF HEALING TIRES TOINTRODUCE SAMPLE ONLY PAIR 111IOU 0 NO NILfSt1jJOair out Over DEIlC two aud ealY a special ualtty of rubber which never becomes rnbhertreaJIngup once ortwlce In a whole a80n They wel h no more anto prevent rim autUII Thl otherbyJUIJISGIdertllinRPurposewerethe rider of only 1480 per same ship C 01 on spprovd You ilo not py Ii cent until you have examined and found them slrlcv u represented We allow a cash dllcouut of 5 cent maklu the price 81r per pair If you send FULL VASil WITI ounEH and enclose this advertisement You run no risk to sendingus au order as the tires may be returned at nun expense if for any reason they are on examination We are perfectly reliable and money foent to us Is as as IIIbank If you order a pair of these tires you will find that will ride caller nut fader wear better look finer than any tire you have ever used or seen at any trice We know that you will so well phased that when you want a bicycle will give us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable lire offer kind at any price until you seal for R pair or IF YOU HEED TIRES1ledgethorn IunctureIrool tires on approval and trial at the Pintroductory price quoted above or write for our big Tire and Sundry CAtalogue wlllCiA and aU makes and kinds ot tires at about half the usual bicycleI0ofter lYe are making It only mats a postal to learn everything Write it NOW J L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL Save 75 ay- BY PURCHASINO- ONE OF OUR FULL BOOKKEEPING COURSE SCHOLARSHIPS for only The regular price is Smoo Those who bring or trail this advertisement to us within five days after seeing it and teliing us where they saw it will be able to have one reserved at the low rate of 1125 Books and stationery are included No time limit If not ready now buy one for future use BUSINESS COLLEGE Second tucI Walnut xrlaoasoaxsaIy a r ivy f 4 I i r c 1I IJ J f Hartford Republican J111ter Ueordlng to law at the Poetotaee- Earlrord Eyu man JDatterorthcon eta CM BARNETT EDiTOR TSSEPS02SY8- xoag1a Ch bn440vaFRIDAY OCTOBER 21 ra t REPUBLICAN TICKET For Judge Court of Appeals JUDGE J ALLEN DEAN For Congress DR D W CADDIE William It Hearst Is a prominent member of both partles The bath tub trust should bownhI er out and hung up to dry I Before we get ocr onohaJC of the old time dtseases the exports come along with a lot of neW ones It may bo truthfully s d that the big prizes offered to the aviators Is like throwIng money to the winds Between Colon 1 Roostlelt and the Emperor of Gcnnauy the world is- gutting a lot of free advice those days Even uncle Joe Cannon can stand on the Saratoga platform along with Roosevelt which shows how Jt leThe broadI Columbia State asks leg teach Of course they do They hire a foot hair coach every I yearIt Is reported that an Indiana tari tner lrnnk llolson to kill the typhoid germs The germs were killed along wIth a good ornlerIA atstern man w sivon up garnb 1 Iris to became n plumber In other- vrords I he seams to lluwe overlooked something In the game I or not tillrho rallroad 11therthe rear end platform orators Only about tlireo snore weeks until the November eloctlon when anum her of disputed questions will be more or less settler for n short time It was left for state of New York to dotenl1lne the long brooded question what will We do with our oxpresidents and vice presidents The speeches of Judge Dean and Dr Cue at the courthouse lost lion day were both In good taste free from abuse and showed that the campaign Is pitched upon a high plan and that these gentlemen are above that character or mud slinging which bas so often boon indulged In by loll tics osplrants In Kentucky In the past Judge Dean presented his claims la a dignified way and thorough Iy demonstrated the tact that ho capable of filling the high office which he I1splr09 Dr Gaddle sur prised a largo audience with his w i and eloquence and left n most favorable impression upon both Republl cans and Democrats which win ter for success In Ohio County at th a coming election flow to Bring About Lower Prices A great crop In Iowa mtlllns much more for Iowa now than such crop I xneant for alt states In those year s when Democrats were rovlslng tho Tariff downward and Were revising down much farther 5Ched1u1esntors The Iowa farnrars will get big prices for tills crop big as the crop I- 8It Is said of them now that many among Item are convinced that priceS are not controlled by the law of sup ply and demand and that n war o classes In which each class sells fo the most and buys for the least Is the best thing for n country Provent prices of what Iowa has to sell took so algh after a dozen years of home nsrkotlng that even Slma for Cummins may think they never again bg revised down to the llgurcs pff thee rnlddlp 90s Lot blm give the pemOCtats complete cbarg- of e the reylslon They will do th- asstSL a Louis Clobe Ik mocrnt Errors as to Facts Tip Norfolk VirginiaPilot in Ita eagetness to make points against th ppolifof protection Is soustantlytal- l1g into errors nato facts Ina retest laueln commenting on the stab toast of Secretary Wilson that the lae1ng Ot wool on the free plat by- iIte Iman 1arm act had caused to Dumber of sheep In the unqea t dalcrt L a iron about forty- sevesmllllonln1892 to abut thfiy- Irsilltoi fa 1896 Jt askeWt i dtist abeep did not Increase to sum v Lber after the Dlngley saw which re the duty on wool was enacted It even goes so far In Its com manta as toasroGrt that since the pas conIUnuooIs absolutoly Incorrect as shown by the official tatlstica and we arc r- prlsodt hat oar contemporary was nJc aware of n ln the years following the naclcmnt of the Dingley law the number of sheep Increased very large iy if thIS fact is dented we will give the tlg resto trove ItBrIstol Toxin News 0 Truth About the TariffII It Is useless to argue or with the Insincere but those are so many In the world who are netth er that It does seem worth while to consider Important matters in the oSt1cdThe PayneAldrich Tariff is the same as the Dingle act except Os to some reductions to ImportantI schedules and a lesser Increases In less important schedules I Jltltheover the enactment of the DIngIer law under which the country hits greatly prospered Upon the whole the PayneAldrlcll law Is somewhat less protective than the Dlngley act Why tllf11 thIs fearful outcry If a law was a most excellent one twelve years ago how Is It that one nearly like it is so iniquitous now iniquitousI It Is making restoring trtllSur thq deficit of the last few years So far from discouraging imports there were 100OQOOOO more of import under the first full year or tho Payne act than during the last year under the jlngley net The average rote of duty collected un the Dlngley act figures at 931- per cent ad valorem and the revenue produced the last year of Its operation I was X294377360 thatPayneAldrich 1per cent ad valorem and the rovenuu which It produced the fIst year was I 320238605a gain of 31861245 Whom would the reformers propose to tax to make good the loss of that nearly thirtytwo million dollars If the Tariff were reduced The mushymhlded people who ore making such an outcry abOut the Tariff know nothing about the TariffIf they are hone t And most of the mush U1lnded are honest But there are some Tariff re formers who are not mushyminded and not honest They are importans and steamship owners and what they want is the abandonment or Protection and Ull adoption of FreeTrade They want It for what thorn isin Lt for them And tiro Democrats also propose to abandon Protection and adopt a Tar UC bill solely for revenue knowstoNor Is any ncena intsurgent ed Democrats 1 1What Is The Answer AmerIcan Consuls roports a large Increase In the output of cotton In various Asiatic countries Jf there Is anything In Free Trade contentions this should result In lower lsrlces for American cotton goods Complaint has been made that mUle have had to stop or nn advance la price has been made necessary owing to the scarcity of the Southern article and the excessive rates charged Cotton conies In intly tree so It there la Plenty to he had elsewhere what Is the answerTroy Times SMALLHOUSi Oct 19Sir and Irs Alva Cal lowny were the of Mr and Mrs 3onrdays 3fiand Mrs Seth Hunter spent Monday and Tuesday wIth their son Mr and Mrs Own Hunter Hart ford I painMr Robert Iiunter and son Ed were the guests of his rotherLn law s J Hawkins near Hartford MondayxMesdamtip MP 1laddox slut J R Huatco were the guests of Mr and Sirs Lewis dolger at Contertown Monday Rev Leighton of Itussellrllle Will- e preachat Smalihoua Baptist diurCl1 Saturday evening Nov 221 and at eleven oclock Sunday morning Sud iJat school Sunday morning atl0 olocko Rev nDBenDatt or Hartford filled hlsttrat regular psppointment at EuAlltyfO the conference year HIs next ppatntJuent will be atnlght da acooudt of cbe Qutltbflyr tteetiag coIienippl tC lyf ilia tlardFeat tlirday grid SWidarla November t x t 1I CIRCUIT COURTMum IN SESSfIN IUsual Grind iln HopperTerm II Extended One 0 trY CQurtconvencdlln l presiding and Commonwealths Attorney Ben D Ringo and County At prcIsentwere empaneled grand jurors for the October term viz W E Newbolt j Warren Taylor Allison Haynes I W1FordBrown Jas C Bennett R R Cun dill H APark Allison Haynes WIH A Park as clerk of the grand Jury After the usual charge to the jury by the Commonwealths Attor net supplemented by some I timely remarks by theCourt and a report of the various officers were made the grand fury repaired to the County Judges office for their deliberations I The following named gentlemen were empaneledas petit jurors for the term viz Worth Tichenori Fielden Bennett Sam Roberts Will Ward Joe Miller Herman Black Will Bean S L Phillips John D Holbrook Lonnie Magan O T Bur dette Presley Likens Richard Plum mer Thos Owen Will Hardin War ren Lindley Joe Hill FM Allen W V Duke A F Jones J P Gilmore Ves Whitely Alva Carter Stevo Lee and Virgil Fligln I The Commonwealth cases disposed of on drat and second days docket were as follows I Comth vs Erton King plea of guilty entered law and facts to the court and fined 15 and costs Comth vs Gilbert Tatum c n plea of guilty entered by Lum Hud son law and facts to the court and fined 20 and costllwhereupon the I fllle and costs was paid The following prosecutions were on motion of Comth filed away with leave to reinstate Comth vs James Espy I cases Comth vs R W Ragland The following cases were conUnu processIJoe Elder Sherman Slsk c Charles Condori Lee Fulkerson c la c Grover MorrIs c Ernest James c Paul cooper Pleasant Walker and Cornllus L Williams I Comth VS Jeff Burden c on motion of Commonwealth and Coun ty Attorneys this action Is dismissed as to all parties hereto except as to I Tom Wilson Comth vsJn Hamlet statement filed by Commonwealths Attorney and dismissed It appearing that the defendant was Indicted by mistake I Comth vs Derby Wakeland plea of guilty entered law and facts tot the court and fined 20 Defendant thereupon paid 500 on tine and I costThe I grand jury has thus tar reported only fpur indictments On against lpe Wilson charged with njan- 8aughter committed by taking the life I of Monroe StrlngCled one against Herman Young clrarg d with manslaughter committed by taking tbd life ot T K Bowles one against Arthur Jo1entross charged with having Ob tamed money and property under false pretense by giving a bogus check to I GootgO Thomas and one against Wilt McKey charged with detalding a woman I against hen will for the purpose of having carnal knowledge of her I Civil casS disposed of as follows J H Curtis vs Cumberland Tel phone Company Judgment for Oj for plaintiff walter McCarty vs W II Judgment of ono cent for dofondaat J It her and others vs L T Park and others order adjudgIng plaintiffs to be the owner of a portion of land and defendants owner of the remain der a The following is the civil docket as set for the rnrealnder of the term SiXTH QAY 5973 Barnes Andmou ITS B B Collide 5914 First National Dank YB wR- Mldklff 5897 J C Jackson Ye M H t E R RCo lc a SEVENTH DAY I 5951 Dave Kirk vsr EK Smith bt 41 5985 G F Chapman Who dues Ivifi- Q R R Company 602ffe6rge Foreman vs L i N R R Co L983GenetaSandusky VS GnaoeBlar al c f 5963 Leo Medoalf ysM H E R- RCo 6000 S pr McDowellset lEI vs 31 1 i E RR Co Itc 6964 John rrunstallys M H dssEs RI R CO t EIGHTH DAYtJ 6003 Gee D Foreman y6 M H A + j w- a A MN N 1tIe Want aYui rrad IrIr i It mayscem ri stralige thing to s ybhtltis ftlr absolute fact that IT IS AS GREATLYirO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO BUY ITEREAS ITIS OUR ADVANTAGE I TQ SELL fO YOU We IZNOWpositivelythatwe arc officring the greatest cloth values in this citywo know that we can save you money on lfl every purohnsewa know that wo can pleasoyotl wl X11 every selectionand all voMkis a chancepan opportunity ito prove thesofacts to you Why not drop I in today and investigate our oferingsl Ucm Ihbcr what vesay IT IS TO YOUR I ADVANTAGE DO OfIMENS FALL SUITS These suits are made for us by onu of j the most reliable manufacturers intliis country and we can guarantee the 1 workmanship in every suit The mar i terials the linings and the tailoring throughout are of utiusual excellence 1 the patterns are new and classyand you have only to try on one of these I 5jfittingIBOYS KNEE SUITS 1 1 two pair of trousers I Parents will appreciate this feature 1 an extra pair of knickers with every 1 suitand without extra charge Just j the thing for that strenuous lad of yours it means practically two suits a for the price Qf One Mtde iun the strong cst manner of allwool CLlcsimcYes SetC I ed with silk and Iinenand guaran anteed to give the best of service You J will be delighted with III values we offer at theo0 I 1 I E R R Co c 5947 August Stumpe VII Board of Trustees of Fordsvllle SchOOl 5965 W V MldklCt vs III II E R R Co 6967 john H 3llller vs M H E R R Co- NINTH DAY 5977 C T warden vs V B Curtis 5974 John Hamilton vs D A Rhoads 5962 Lucretia MldklCt YB M H E R R Co TENTH DAY 5970 G I James vs M E R R Co 5976 W A Owen vs 1I 11 oJ R R Co 5980 Julia Wade et a6 vs M H E R R Co c 981 S I Dosey YS M H E R R Co ELEVENTH DAY 6986 Thomas Taylor vs Jol H E R It Co c 5987 E R Powers vs M H8c n R R Co c 5988 G W Powers vs M H E R R Co 0 5989 A F Graham vs M m lv R R Co c- TWELTH DAY 5990oW J Graham vs 3L H t ERR Co c 6994 J L Miller vs M II E R R Co An incident of quite unusual occurrence took place In Circuit court Wednesday morning when the case of tho Commonwealth against Simpson was call 1 for trial Messrs Hoovrlp and Woodward who had represented Ittuf through two pro vlous trials announced that they dlt sired to withdraw from the case and filed a statement purport of which wo kayo been unable to letnrn but which Wo are Informod was the effect that Sintp9on had fail ed to keep hIs agreement to remain awayfror the neighbor liood wh reh las lived for year ith basis of their action in the- ttiutter 1i large array ot witnesses bath for the CPmmonwetttb and for Itllndefozu ant wore on hands for the trial and this unoYpcted turn intho ease neCeSSitated Slmpsons employing nt erroius ltrelJaent llim which In turn neoesaitat eel vostponemenl the case until JD8futurp day in the term nd rill likewise aeceegItat the re 1Johhomerseetor tlearingai A hY3ydge BITIheadf tbL4 blalllqeqt 1a oltapleted iR thetwo 1feekl alotJo i J f N i YOUNG MENS SUITS- j I We want every yomng man in Ohio andiI did line of suits we ore offering ot 8 5U We want your trade and to secure IJt wo know we must offer better values I than any other store and we are cer tainy doing it We know positively there is nothing in the city to equal these suite at the price we 850 TIGER BRAND Shirts patternsf A ever 1sI MENS FALL I Special attention is called to our Ban Vnor Special in soft and stiff hatsex actcopies of the highest priced blocks ootheln Carson Company Lijooooooi F9hjb HAT ted extended the term another wleek andset the Simpson case for trial Tuesday November 1 Prior to en tering this order however Judge W H Barnes reported fn court that ho had boon employed to repneent tile defendant fa the comlpg trlllll At the conclusion of the recent trIal at the July term of court at the ur gent request of Mr Simpsons attorneys his bond was fixed at 1000 wIth the understanding tiat he was to at once leave the neighborhood of ills abode Md remain away until October teFat of court This agree meat was not substantially complied with by Simpson and the matter was broUght to the attention ot Judge Blrkh and his attorneys and a benchwarrant was Issued for his atTeSt several weeks ago The warrant was not eXICuted until Monday the first day of the present wm when he was arrested and placed In jail where he has since remained and will probably remain until th case Is finally disposed of The prosocntlon backed by the on tro citizenship ota ono of the bes- neighborhocds t In the county is der termlned that tbo dignity of the law shan be upheld In this matter and closely contestedd legal Mate js eX Peeled when the case Is caned for trial Novts ber 1st I Mules for Sale A splendid pair of mules well broke to work Will sell cheap Apply to HOOKER WILLIAMS Hartford Ky T Methodist Church There w1II11epreachlng at GOBhen next Sunday at 11 a m Every mom bor is asked to be present at this first service of the new year forIt Preaching by the new presiding 01 I der RmoS T Thompson at 11 a tnndat7fp m Quarterly Con ference atrltpr ma Preaching in Hartford elder a- ilra t Q1 Suntdaylhe30th The sac conJWagsiilljo drn1 Farmers AfiaUone kayo willIProdpctlo to oltlr O z8 factoryt ij Vr1 cu IflaY RIC ffi11tT001 1 f3UV =1OW8llft llly t COOL SPRINGS Oct 19Roy Brunhr and Rev Birch Shields conducted a grand rc t vlval at Cool Springs which lasted ten days Twentyone baptized nioro pformay not depart from the stntghtandt narrow way that toads to the bright home abOve Mrs J B Wilson and little daugh ter Anna Marla spent WedneSday with Mrs T C Dennis Mrs Roscoe Wilson and little sons Cecil and J B of I3uter Cbunlty are spending a lure days with Mrs Dennis Mrs Murray Daniel was the guest ot Mr and Mrs Or E Scott Frldlly night had Saturday Severalrpooploattend prayer meet- Ing at Coot Springs Sunday night Mr Clarrsoe Dennis visited Mr Roscoe iVdlson1n Butler countySun day eMrs Nora Fulton Isnt Rockport at the bedside or her father who Is expected to die at any Unro- Jeace Drown left Wednesday for Me2ea lad whore he Intends to make his homo With his mother Mr Jim Shaver Is at Dnwso Springs for his health her Shaver 1 Is very 11- 1Cheap Rates to Madisonville Account of Madisonvllte Fall Fair the L N will soil tIckets to Madlsonvllle 133 for the round trlpfl FallimitH E MISCHKE Agent GUNS GUNS IIWea xi tri Sht Guns rifles Iar Vns QUllItIOSHl1tSTCt And reapheoflully hawtq csl tool des tho largestaAd b t Intof Ss Guns ever iIa Harlords 1111 T S OARBorT k 1rt GWOC Y1V1A 17rlt J rxitMltti 1 c M L iJ jf r J oJ 11oJ a s r YOUR JJ 11 r 4SIY1T 11 I Our NEW FALL Suits and Overcoats HEHEi Celebrated Sterling Brand of Benchtailored garments arc now on display Dont waste your money on I 8ho1hmnterial but come direct to us and get tho very BESE STYLE MATERIAL and WORKMANSHIP Call and inIone of our new Fall booklets which explains to you iti detail e cry garment handled by us Dont forget it pays to trade with u k HOUSE THAT SAVES YOU MONEY f FKIR 5t Co SEE11 eeeeeee6e ee Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 21 T IlIInolsCentralRaliroadTlme Table At Beaver Dam Kv orlbBoMBrt aoalh Booed Ho 151 due 4CB m No 121d1115 a m NolMduU7 pm Ho101 due 24tl p m- tao102doa24apm NolM darSiS m MH i E Railroad Time Table at Hartford Ky Tratnlvpass Hartford at the lonowJ Ing times NORTH BOUND 112 729 a m passenger DailII114 30 p m Mixed Dailey except Sunday SOUTH BOUND 116 920 a m Mixed Dally tCePtl Sunday a 113 146 p m Passenger Dally Timothy Seed at Fords at 425t Esq S L Fulkerson Rockport was l in Hartford Monday Fertilizer for sale by W E Ellis lltf The Produce Jant1 lion John J McHenry Louisville was the guest of hte mother Sunday Pare Paris Green 30c per pound lOlb lots 28c Hartford Groel1Co Economy Fruit JarsSee samples canned in our window rHartford Grocery Co I + 1II KlA Myers I ledaland paid while Inn t pleasant wI n town litohday r Ur T R can pJ OlatoD called to I IIee ri 631e to irrt jath= I or DribWBBean Monday Mieut tel a n1 QSt1ibrother Al I bert OJeton were ioaiMt Tstor to this office while in town WedOBfl ida 1 AthO4aeys N T Howard and T JI frj BjarkGreefYBle Mete ln at4sn- di I Circuit Courtrberd- klll week 1JIIri PCrowder bas tJY IIOmaAfer at Roalaer tile for 1seeriidetmrie i rbbmae Alienhdt Sag resigned tTHardh gore suppe- r1rtew4lr jlaJ IIO of W tl1411 j jclc111 tDf c1art1k t3ta arYord- y YjrJ 1 r = Z e A large numbor of Woodmen from Ohio county camps will attend the great initiation ceremonies to beheld in Loulsvlllo next Sunday Mrs Julia A Reiilrow of Dundee and Mrs Katie GrJgsby King and little daughter Ruth of Petersburg I Ind are the guests of Dr and Mrs S J Wedding this week Leave your Laundry at Clere Ilers grocery Work guaranteed and prompt delivery Agent for Madisonville Steam Laundry Madisonville Ice Laundry Company Incorporated ttI Mr B F McCormlck and family of New Mexico arrived in Hart ford last Saturday and will spend about a month visiting relatives In near Hartford Mr McCormick has been in the wont about six years and this is his first visit home Ho was born and reared la the No Creek neighborhood whcre he still owns farm Roy Virgil Elgin tilled the pulpit at the niethodist church for the first last Sunday under his now pas torato morning and evening His subject for tho morning sormon was Church Loyalty and the evening service Rtqulreuients of Christian Reasonable Both services mere attended add th3 congregations were delighted with the sermons Little Isabellethe flveyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Elmer E Tinsley north of town was taken suddenly ill with dlntherta Tuesday evening and came very near dying sumUttle sufferers throat and also ad ministered largo doses of antitoxin The child is now considered out of danger Caldwell MBler At the residence of Mrs L S Hubbard ln Hartford yesterday oc- tober 18 at 1230 oclock p m Miss Evaline S Caldwell and Mr Joseph T Miller were married ROT Virgil BlgIof the Methodist church r olic1atlltr The wedding wan quiet ad nf tentatipui Mr B Ci CaWwell fatter Qt the bride the pareataaadfarallr Mrs HalibArala1i8dtffefikMtm Shank iier thtdaly1ones Thf bride ia b nae de1tof Hartford o1 ly Ihort while has rlenda The desdxtring And ore Joe T Mil1T a 1 i tern- fagg li ITJi1iiIIJ1t4tb ea- 1r l ea1e1+ J sS Itset- ti t I ilv t t 6- v tl- An CROMWELL Oct 174ntJe9th that Jrs Mod Coopers children and grand children planned and exeoutdnsur prise for her that will long be remem berod by all present All 011110 family met arid gayd her a nice din hadIare the guests of hIs slst r Mrs D B Trout and othvr friends and relative near here Mr Plummer left lien several years ago going to ill who he now lives He Is an enterprising business man of McVoy and one q Ohio Countys SOns who is making good elsewhere Elder Black baptized three candi dates who came from Warrens church Butler County here Sunday 4 p m Quite a number witnessed the bap tism Tho meeting which hind been in progress for two weeks dosed Sun day nJght Mr and Mrs J J Stewart and daughter Lorona of Select visited the family of Mr Avery Stowart Saturday night and Sunday Mr Jasper Emhry and family left Saturday for Owonsboro whore he has a position Mr T Wade Stratton visited friends at Fordsvllle last Sunday Mr H Bean the stock dealer from Centertownwas hero Saturday Stock is scarce and a good price Mr W S Ollstrap our hustling salesman for the Fleder Silberberg Clothing Co is in Western Tennui see at present seeing his friends Mrs Tllford and daughter iCorinno made a flying trip to Beaver Dam Saturday evening Messrs Ben Taylor and Ernest Dunn went to Beaver Dam Sunday eveningiMr Shelby Cole Simmons visited relatives Sunday and returned Sun day afternoon Dr and Mrs Oscar Allen are the proud parents of a baby girl born one day last week Mr and Mrs Bud Davis also have a baby girl born the night previous Dr Allen attending uliysleian The lodge of F A M met hero Saturday night Nothing except rou tine work being on hand adjourned U moot next third Saturday night Dr Oscar Allen left yesterday eYen Ing for Louisville to attend the ses sion of the Grand Lodge which begins the 18th Your scribe admires tho firm stand the Republican takw for Re publican principles but he foeels that some of the criticism of Mr Roose vet Is unjust We think ho is mov od only by a true spirit of potrlot ism and true devotion to the prier ciples for which he fought so haul while ho was president Instead ol striving to tear down the party we be love ho intends to draw out the bet ter element so that we maybe able to meet the changed conditions that have been unnoticed by the venerable Mr Cannon and his colleagues Baptist Church Regular services next Sunday Sunday School session at 945 oclock Dr E W Ford Superintendent Morning worship at 11 oclock Evening worship at 715 oclock theme of sermon I Thirst the Bth of the sermon series on the Cross The revival meeting will begin the third Sunday in November Rev W M Wood pastor of the First Baptist church in Mayfield Ky will assist In the meeting He once held a meeting In Hartford and has many friends here who are anxious to have him come back again Preaching at Concord Baptist church Saturday at 11 oclock and Sunday at 230 oclock For SaleGood nine room two story dwelling In Centertown Ky has good cistern good cellar never falling well of water good stable and other outbuildings one acre lot of ground A splendid location for family residence and hotel Price and terms reasonable Apply to- BARNETT SMITH Agents Hartford Ky Hartford College Notes Since our last notes the writer met Gen Chills In battle array but sad to say the writer was most des perately defeated On Wednesday morning Oct 5th Miss Alta Mae Likens with her de partment treated us delightfully with a program consisting of recitation dialogues and motion songs The teacher and the pupils are wor thYoCpraiseTheffollowing visit ors were present Mesdamea Will Thomas Dundee K1E W Ford T R Barnard John B Wilson P B Taylor James Bennett Allen Charles Turner A B Pate G B Likens Tommy Hamlet Andrew Williams and Will Himes On Wednesday morning Oct 12th we expected tolCK Barnett to- afdreaus but wtfere sadly die appointed becatue CoKBaVnett cbuld aotbf irltn uon accountsof some i frdrtaai bufllnmtraBBactloB We xlgt1911 SN 31 j rM1U I tr 4 ern NtK i hope Col Barnett will be with us soon Brother Clarke and Miss Mabe Myers who were engaged in a meeting at the Christian church here highly entertained the school with sweet songs and talks Brother Clarkes subject for the morning was Vision He presented it at fqllows 1 vision begets understanding 2 Vision begets en thusiasm 3 Vision beget responsibility 4 Vision begets strength We certainly are under lasting obligations to Brothers Tuck and Clarke and Miss Mabel Myers for the marked interest shown the college while they were with us We wish them success and happiness In their high calling Dr E B Pendleton will address the school Oct 26th 1910 We in vite all to hear the address of Dr PendletonThe seem to be wide awake and Interested in their work under the splendid leadership of Prof H E Brown We are confident the pu pils are getting along with their work very well We ask for a hearty cooperation ofour patrons Having this we are sure of success The boys seem to enjoy their bas ket ball game very much Death of Mrs Stewart Mrs MIzella Stewart wife of Mr Vlck Stewart died at her home 111 Beda Wednesday motnlng Mrs rI art has been in falling health a number of months and the end was not unexpected The funeral and burial took place ycstrday at the family burying ground S Captured Near Owensboro Owensboro Ky Oct 19 Chester Fcntress Who was the prisoner of Marshal John T Skaggs of clarkston Mondaymightand killed onthe way to Ahejail was arrested sixteen miles southeast of Owensboro this morning and brought here this afternoon The arrest was made by Deputy Sheriff Donnle Dill ings of Henderson Fwitress was taken back to Hender son tonight For SaleIOne promising Five Points coltIDR J S 2Olatou Ky TDeath of Mrs Ike Johnson Mrs J P Sanderfur and Mrs Va leria Yelser went to Spring Grove Union county Ky last Saturday In answer to a telegram calling them to the bedside of their sister Mrs Ike Johnson who was seriously ill Mrs Johnson died before these Indies could reach her She had been 111 a long while of cancer She was a sisterinlaw of Mrs Sanderfur and Mrs Yelser having married a brother of the latter Besides her husband she leaves two sons both grown and married She was a good woman and will be greatly missed Church Dedication The now Church of Christ at Ren- frow Ky will be dedicated on October 30th An all day service will be field with basket dinner Everybody invited to attend- H C CROWDER GRANVILLE MORRIS PATE HOSKINS LABIN FRIZ55ELL CALLIE KEOVVN Committee CERALVO Oct 19Miss Madlo Bratchcr of Horse Branch visited Mrs Arthur Wilson Saturday and Sunday Rov R D Bennett Hartfordflll ed his appointment hew Sunday Mr Eddie Heflin and wife have gone to Colorado Springs Mr Everett Bratcher vhlto Run visited the family of Mr ArtKur Wilson Saturday and Sunday Dr J M Everly and son J O Hverly arts in Loulsvlllp this week attending Uus Grand Lodge Miss Euva Kimmel who has re cently had charge of the exchange at Rockport and Livermore is at homo Mr Leslie Llles a former teacher at this place was here last week Iliss Mattle Wood whb has been very sick for several weeks is able to be out again Mr Emit Howenton and wife of Drakesboro visited the family of Mr D R Holaley Sunday Mr C M kimbbyj Owensboro was 1LUrua few days hgo Stockholders Meeting Notice is hereby given that a meet tag of the Stockholders of the hart ford Tobacco Warehouse company will be hold at the ptficp of said componySaturday November G 1910 at 16 oclock alU for the purposo oj electing a new bord of directors aadidhnrlbutlag the annual dividends J ALBERT COX Pfe v LfAFORD4Sacy L J t a J a- l l The Above Statement I Is quite an exageration but we want to talk to you one minute about the largest and best select ed stock of shoes in this whole country We have exertedevery effort in our power to get shoes suited to every purpose and to suit every taste We have no trash to show you but if you are in terested in solid honest made shoes this is the store you are looking for We dont aim for any body to come here for shoes and go away without them Every new kink in style and trimmings is to be had here and the time is ripe for a look King Quality Shoes for Men 350 400 500 Queen Quality Shoes for Women 300 350 40C 450- Barnes 9 Special Shoes for Meu200 250 300 Barnes Special Slices for Women150 200 250 School Shoes for the Children E P Barnes Bros BEAVER DAM KY nA AiWA rw A i BALD KNOB Prayer meeting Is progressing nice ly at this place Meet Sunday night Mr B Uonton leader for next Sunday night Everybody come and help Messrs Leslie Sauderfur Jodie Ra ley Foust Leach lien Plumnier and family who left for California last Tuesday arrived all O K and have gotten good positions They like out there fine The Tennessee and Kentucky annual conference met at Mt Pleas ant the 13th 14th and 15th also prwichlng tho iCth and was largely attended and wiijoywl by all presellet In the absence of the chairman Rev C I Kelley was elected chairman pro turn Then at the hour of electing officers Bro 11eyowns elected for the conferences JVar Bro Jorrel was elected Secretary for the year Bro W M Embry who was received by the conference during the session from the M E church was given the Rosine Circuit In Ohio county Ky Bro Jenkins iweached Thursday lire Stall Thursday night Bro W M Embry Friday lire C L Kelley Friday night Bro L M SmrcrSat urday Bro S A Kendall Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Little Thelma Amos is thought to be taking tire mumps Misses Bessie Hannah and Josh Sanderfur Bros JI M Slmrrer and James Sharrer of Butler county dined at Mr E P Sanderfurs Sun dayRev Richard Harper heaver Dam Rev S A Kendall of Tennessoe Mr Hureohol Poster and family and Miss lime Davis dined at Mr L D Taylors Sunday Good Horse for Sale I have a good 7 Tsar old work horse for1 sale ALBERT RIAL Hartford R F D No 1 EASTVIEW Oct JSpRcY Norris Lashbrooljs Is engaged in a series of meetings at delis Jtun church Mrs WJ Martin of Sutherland Is visiting friends and relatives in this vlclnty i Mr S R French is spending a few days with relatives at Beaver Dam Mr and Mrs Armendt M yfWd mde a business trip to Owe 1sboro Monday I Mm Wells and chlIdr c Earttord ivw+ the guests bfMn and Jr3 t t lIi1Ji i r Mt + m Owen Vells Saturday and Sunday Mr A T French and Mlsa Lotio Mayfield spent n few days last wik at OwensboroMiss Allen of Ron HIllwaH the guest of Mr arid Mrs Bud King SundayMr J French made a husines trip to Hartford Tuesday Mr and Mrs Ab Hlntoii of whites vlllu spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr G W Hinton Mr and Mrs Elijah Aiassle spent a few days last week with relatives at O veiiHbaro Mrs Sallie Martin It dangerously 111 with a complication of diseases and old age Hemlric 11illlnm Mr T T Wiliiams a well known citizen of Hartford and Miss Sadie E Hendricks for a number of years also a resident of our city were married at the residence of Mr and Mrs G V Henry the latter a sister of the bride six miles cast of Madl sonvlllc on Tuesday morning of last week Rev R H Higgins of Hender son performing the ceremony The marriage was quite a surprise to tho many friends of the couple here as no one had an inkling of the affair until several days after It had passed The groom Is one of Hartfords most substantial citizens aud the bride one of our most lovable ladles they both having endeared thorn selves to our people by their quiet and worthy lives After they were married the took a short trip to Louisville returning to liartford where they will reside T WYSOX Oct 19 Rev Prlne tllkvd Iris regu lar appointment at TaylortownSuu day A very tatweatiiVB imvjttng closed at Coot Btirtngs last Thursday night with twentyone additions to tho church Mrs J N BoaTyman who has been sick for some time Is thought to bo some bott 3r Mrs Louisa Rock and Mrs Chino Barrymau and two children sfcnt Tuesday with Mrs Fannie Benton Mrs R V Davenport nod daughter Miss P lTI8111Ut Tuesday with Mrs Jesslo Fulton of Cool Springs Sex ml from this place attended the baptizing at Rochester Friday Quito a number from this Jijace are atU ding court at Hartford this wMk wt1I 1n rY e liti ltlir jfiltl1 1 taijha 1v an Cr t f I i 1 It r LOTTERY IN ITALY i Gambling Under the Auspices of the Government THE DRAWING IN PUBLIC lAn Eager Excited Turbulent Crowd Watches This Ceremony With Intense InterestThe Prizes and the Chances of the Players lung Humbert I mnrto tho rules for the public lottery of Italy lrirstThe public lottery Is tempora rily maintained by tho favor of tho state under tho following laws SecondIt Is administered by the minister of finance under whom tho chiefs are chosen for their respective functions ThirdThe lotto Is formed by ninety numbered from 1 to 00 Inclusive tiro of which drawn by chance deter mine the successful Fourth One can play the lotto In the following manner On one number very rarely played On all five numbers very rarely playedOn numberstho ambo On three numbers which Is known ns tho terno On four numbers which Is known as the quatcrn- oFltthWhen one number is played the winner Is paid ten times and a half his output when two numbers are played tho winner Is paid 300 times his output when three numbers sire played the winner is paid 5200 times his output when four numbers rare played the winner Is paid 00000 times his output Therefore if one has lay any chance bought a No 1 ticket and wlua the four numbers quntemo Le wins 00000 At 5 oclock on every Saturday after Tioofl throughout all Italy the drawing of the lotto takes place In Naples he ceremony is held at the end of a Ion filthy alley known ns the Impre sa back in a great courtyard in full view of the people on the balcony of SB old palace From early in the afternoon until the total hour the streets upEtbalways ao full of life that for this ztrn crowd Jostling pushing and eager there would seem to be no place It Is comprised of the very poor The better classes watch for the telephone or the showing of the numbers In the Tarions banks In the city to discover their fate but In the Imprcsa the crowd of people is as dense as a shad ow There are many here who have paid their last cent for a ticket There Ire many here who are in debt for the shoes they wear and will never be able to pay for them Rut nt the stroke the church clock the blinds of the otI cony open and the paraphernalia the lotto ore brought outs long green table on which is placed a crys tal ball bound with silver and an Iron box containing ninety other little box In which the ninety numbers are locked by the stnte Tho officers of this performance are coolly indifferent and the only figure deserving of note is that of the little orphan child dress ed In snowy white chosen by law from the orphan asylum to draw up from the crystal ball the five magic num bers At the sight of these familiar looked for objects the crowd begins to cry and chant to beseech and evoke It begs the little orphan child to draw well And the child In his white robe his innocent eyes on the mass of peo JIll looks down on the beggars with their yellow locks and on the appeal Ing mass One by one the balls are taken out from their sealed boscs dis played to the people nnd dropped into the big bowl They have blindfolded the little bam bino tend he stiimh on n chair for ho Is only eight years of nge and Is small In full sight of the people The bulls hav lag been shaken aruiinil for the last time the child puts his hand In and I draws The first number hut he pulls out in called fnrthII r Now every Rattan who has bought No 0 for place 3ius either won or lust No one holds this number in this crowd however and there Is u murmuraud a fresh adjuration for the child to draw well JTlie people who have drawn for the terno and the rjuntcrno still have their jcbanco The child draws again this time No 47 and the holders of the terno are now the interested ones for the next will be their last chance The enthusiasm breaks forth again with murmurs and cries and prayers and the quiet child before the urn In his rwblte dress hears them and trembles for he knows that ho is menaced Bo tore the people there is a blackboard and n man posts up the numbers as they are drown B 47 11 10 and 80 And this series of five IB discussed yelled at challenged cursed for not one In the crowd has drawn a fortu Hate number Tho childs eyes are un iboond and he is put down and set tfrae Tim balls are returned into their Jxtzea sealed up and carried away un der the eyes of the crowd which after waiting for a moment unable to be Sieve Its ill fortune breaks up and dls rapt Apathy is thrown upon the ma jority as much na such a state of mind 4s possible to a Neapolitan mass as Jttter begin in groups to discuss the failure of their schemes and their com frinaHons Mario Van Vorst in liar fttt Magazine i Soy fe more divine than sorrow tot Mej In breadend Borrow ie medfctneP v tt 4 J4c j A WHALE IN A HURRY The Truthful Mariner Tells How rail the Big Fellow Went Sometimes you can put ah iron into a whale and he wont splash on the surface but will start off like a rocket or perhaps will go right down and you have to cut loose and lose your floe and irons said tho truthful old mar inerWo were lying becalmed one day off tho Capo of Good Hope By and by wo saw two or three whales coming up to blow about two miles away Tho captain called the watch up and a couple of boats started for the whales which were lying still ns if sunning themselves Wo raced with the other boat and got ahead for my men were lithe and tougb and by and by we got alongside of one of the big fellows The steering oar was pulled In tho oars were packedthat is piled In so that they couldnt strike the waterthen an iron was thrown into the Hooting island The whale lay still for a moment as if struck with amazement that any one should dare to touch him Sudden ly be made up his mind what to do lie started ort like a locomotive the ropo whizzing around in n way to astonish a landlubber When the rope was out we were rushing by the cap tams boat like mad All we could do in that double end ed boat was to sit still and see her go through tho water 1 candidly believe that we went at the rate of a mile a minute and the water was a very wonderful sight It reminds me now that I think of It of Poos description of the interior of the maelstrom where the water went round so fast and was so black that it must have seemed like a wall of polished ebony The pressure downward piled tur water up on both sides of us so that it seemed to be at least three feet higher than tho edge of the boat but jt couldnt run In for we were going so fast it hadnt time Every ones eyes were blurred with the wind which seemed to be blowing a hurricane against us It looked as If the whale would never set tired out and we were going to sea at an amaz ing rate The ship went away as if by tnaglc and we had lost sight of the other boat Finally the line all at once slackened The whale hadnt stopped and for all I know is going ahead nt the rate of a mile a minute still but tIre trot bad come out We rowed back to tho ship and ns we came along the captain called over the rail Wheres the whaler Oh said I the Iron melted out he went so fast Just what I thought said the cap ftln and that night we all had plum duff and grog Chicago Inter Ocean How Queen Elizabeth Ordered a Coat In a sale at Southbys In London the following document written on vel lum and bearing Queen KUabethu sign manual was sold Elizabeth by the grace of God Quene sic of England ffraunce sic I and Ireland defender of the faith etc wee will and commands you forthe withe uppon the slghte hereof to de liver or cnwso to be delivered to our well beloved servante Half Brooke Esquire alias Yorke one of our her auldcs of Armes one cote depleted with our Armes on Satten with fine polde in ovle of like stuxe lengtbc and brcndcth as heretofore hath bene ac customedWesmlHster the XXlVth dale of Jnnuarye lu the tblrcy fourth yere of raigneTo rustic and well beloved servo ante lohn Ffortcscue Esquire Mug ter of our great wardrobe For Visitors Only A young southern woman who moved to Buffalo sent to her mother for a cook who had been brought up in the family Aunt Vcnctlns first public trying out was at a luncheon The fish course was to be crabs hence the necessity of a lecture on ptomaines and food poisoning Now be sure Venetia said the young woman to see that the crabs are alive and healthy before you put them on the fireThe day the luncheon came bringing with It the crabs which looked nil that could bo desired ns they were brought to table Pinned to one of them was a note from the cook reading Miss Florence They was all kick ing alive except this one Dont cat it yourself Buffalo Express The Laocoon Tho famous work The Lnocoon was modeled by the great artists of Rhodes about A D 70 It represents the death of the Trojan hero Laocoon priest of Neptune and his two sons ns described by Virgil It was discovered near Rome in 1000 and purchased by Pope Julius II It is now in the Vat scan The Lnocoon like Hamlet has provdked a world of comment but all agree that it is one of the master pieces of artistic expression New York American Shy but Observant The overage mans wife is ashy lit tie woman who can see more out other sitting room window than he can skyscraperGalveston Nobody Knows It All No man is so wise that the little barefoot boy Iii tho street cannot teach him a trick or two Detroit Flee Press Innocence can return to all with re mtance Cooper RULES FOR WIVES To Which Is Added Some FeminIne Advice to Husbands Frenchmeripublished wives one of which ran Now and then acknowledged gracefully ihaith husband knows more about some things than thou After all thou art not infallible A second and still more daring rule for wives was Never bo aggressive in thy arguments with thy husband but always consider him ns superior to thee This was too much for French feminists and no wonder prcsuDPtuousmnn The weaker sex has not merely du ties it has also rights Feminism le advancing and nothing will stop It The weaker sex Is tho equal of tile sterner Equality forever Hero are the Commandments which women op pose to those of men- The lady then gives her rules for husbands with more spirit than logic Woman has a right to have whims It is a privilege of her sex Never put her out She might have hysterics which would impair her health and cost the money in doctors bills Another commandment runs Remember good man that thy wife is thy superior by her grace her beau ty and refinement Therefore always worship at her feet Where then good lady does equal ity forever come In if woman not only has privilege because she is a woman but is decidedly superior to man Surely the strong minded suffragist would spurn privileges of sex In nn other rule the Ifldy seems to show some sly knowledge of her sisters If good man tbou deslrcst mountain air ask thy wife to come to the sea side she will immediately propose a holiday in Switzerland But this is a very mild gibe at her own sex compared with her final thrust at the other in her lost rule for husbands Man was created before woman as a preliminary sketch for tho master piece Remember then 0 husband that thou art but a rough draft This ought to shut any husband up finally Paris Cor London Telegraph Fearsome She Dear me I hope the man at the next table Is not a fighter but his order sounds like it lie Whnt was it She He told the waiter to bring him a club sandwich and something to drink with a stick In ItBaltimore American True An Irishman on applying for relief and being told to work for n living replied if 1 bad nil the work in the world I couldnt do IL Chance generally favors the prudent Joubert Chiiaron Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTORIA Death from Sting of Poisonous Files Three persons died yesterday at Marseilles after having been stung by poisonous files Several streets are infested by the Insects which are said to have been brought to Mar Bellies in a cargo of South American wool Echo de Paris Saved From the Grave I had about given up hope after nearly four years of suffering from a severe lung trouble write Mrs M L Dix of Clarksvllle Tenn Of ten the pain in my chest would be almost unbearable and I could not do any work but Dr Kings Now Discov ery has made me weed 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 hoarseness and whooping cough yield quickly to this wonderful medicine Try it Mc and 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by all druggists m Sitting In the Shadow One evening when Luther saw a little bird perched on a treo roost there for the night he said This little bird has had Its supper and now it Is get ting ready to go to sleep here quite secure and content never troubling Itself what its food will be or whore Its lodging on the morrow Like Da vid it abides under the shadow of the Almighty It sits on its little twig content and lets God take care Children Cry FOR FLETC- HERSCASTOR IA TRAVELERS TALES Some That Wore Discredited and Vin dicated Long Afterward Travelers tales have often been ac cused of being mere flights of Imagi nation and in the past stay at home people have sometimes erred In treat jug travelers tales with scorn There was for Instance the description by James Bruce In 1770 of the barbarous Abyssinian custom of eating raw meat cut from the living animal which was ridiculed by everybody Yet Brace tats even recently been proved right When Paul Du Cballlu explored equatorial Af rica in 1801 and described the wonder ful gorillas and also the nation of dwarfs there he w I discredited none too politely by the lJrltlsh Royal Geo graphical society Yet subsequent ex plorers amply vindicated his veracity In tbo latter of discredited travel era tales vindicated long afterward It wilt never bei i possible to beat tW clajeic Instance in Herodotus He 1 s tells Ibpvf King Nero of corn missioned Icrta In Phoenician mariners to circumnavigate Africa if they could They did it starting from the Red sea and returning by the straits of Gibral tar utter Very many months And they reported that in rounding the so hcrDcndot Africa they hall the sun on their right hand I for my part he II1ysdonot beI love this but perhaps others mayo In modern times that detail is pre cisely what proves that the Phoeni cians did achieve the wonderful voy age Such an Improbable fact could never have been invented in uu age which was not familiar with the cqua tor Chicago News Two Cheerful Liars Two Americans were disputing as to which had experienced the greatest cold in winter Said one In the part of Iceland where I was last summer the ground is frozen so hard all the year round that when they want to bury a man they just sharpen his feet and drive him in wlthn pile hammer Tho other repllel1Yes I know that place Didnt stay there long found It not quite bracing enough for me Went on to n small town farther north The hotel where I was stay ing caught fire My room was on the top story No fire escapes or ladder in that primitive settlement Stair cases burnt away Luckily kept my presence of mind Emptied my bath out of the window and slid down tho IclcleTruth Funny Stories Tin ha said the jovial man as he slapped nn acquaintance on the back Im glad to see you I have one of the funniest stories on record and you are just in time- I dont care for it wns the candid reply You see there Is often a pa thetic side even to humor I have just been out with my architect and be showed me three of the funniest sto- rIes I ever saw If I 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In cx pressing their preference for this city aa the site for the proposed ex- r4 position In celebration of the comple ion of the Panama canal Thin fact was strikingly Illustrated apedot leans exposition boosters In Omaha theSouthemclub Omahas leading organisation of business men In trying to secure thus endorse ment J B Haynes New Orleans special representative addressed a clrcular letter to the members of the club and received a reply which must hive had the effect of a cold douche on his hopes Haynes letter and the reply which Ala signed by R Miller one of the moatlnfluentlal members of the club are heregJven- WORLDS PANAMA EXPOSITION CO NEW ORLEANS LOGICAL POINT Offices In the Brandeis Theater Bldff po Telephone Douglas 827 Omaha Neb Sept 13 1310 My Dear SIrI understand the Commercial club has asked Its members to exprenn In the form of a postcard vote a preference as between Nw Orleans and San Francisco the two cities which are competing for congressional action designating a city In witch to celebrate the completion of the Panama canal In 1915 Before casting your vote please read the enclosed circular containing points bearing directly on the subject In forming a conclusion In the case do not forget the shabby treatment accord ed to the big Nebraska delegation which at large expense took a special to Call forma to Induce the legislature at Sacramento to provide for an exhibit at tha exposition In Omaha In 1998 That leg islature passed such a bill but before the Omaha delegation had traveled many miles on the return trip the bill was repealed and California did not partici pate In the Omaha exposition More over within the last few months the Ban Francisco Chronicle printed an edi torial asserting the failure of the Omaha exposition That city Is positively u- ntfr1endl to Omaha for some reason or The Worlds Panama Exposition com pany of New Orleans Is bidding for Omaha support It has done what no other exposition company ever did by establishing a branch office In Omaha which Is a compliment to thU city to 7 gay the least and Is enough to entitle the New Orleans project to the thought ful consideration of every citizen of OmahaI appreciate a reply trulyr J B HAYNES I Special Representative Private omce Rome Miller Interests Omaha Sept 16 1910 Mr J B Haynes Special Representative Worlds Exposition City My Dear Mr Haynes I have your cir cular letter of Sept 13 relative to the Worlds Exposition and note carefully all that Is contained therein I take Is sue with yo In reference to San Fran ciscoI so fully appreciating tha fact that you are a soeclal representative of New Orleans anc It is your duty to plug for that city but when It gets down to brass tacks In my judgment there Is no comparison between the tWO cities as rivals far the Panama exposition I have vlited both cities many times New Orleans Is not In the same class an San Francisco In climate beauty of Ditrroundlnga or In general Interest to the average traveler 1 think It Is unfair to damn San Fran cisco on account of something that the Chronicle has printed or to gc Into an clent history and quarrel aver an act of the California legislature- I have In mind what San Francisco has gone through In the last few years and the undaunted spirit of Its people and what the people of the west owe to that spirit and which they can only pay by ncpuraglng them In their future un dtrtaklngs Yours truly Signed R HILLEH Schwab For San Francisco Charles M Schwab former head oft SantheFrancisco for the PanamaPacific ex position In 1915 and you can put me down among the boosters I wll also promise that if San Francisco holds the exposition the Bethlehem Steel company will take part by exhibiting its products of armor and armament y an exhibit that has not appeared since the Centennial exposition In 1876 Hitchcock Favors San Francisco Frank H Hitchcock postmaster general says Nothing would please me more highly than the selection of Ban Francisco for the Panama PacIOc exposition and I think the record of rebuilding and the recovery from the fire aa well as the remarkable record made In the raising of money for the support of the fair should be recog nized and will have great weight with congress In reaching a decision as to the location of the exposition San Franciscos Big Bid San Francisco has raised Its bid for the Panama celebration to 1750000- 0Irmoneytalks as much to the point InI matter as It does In mos other affairs of life the contest Is al ready over New Orleans will have toV be satisfied with the Mardi Oral Rochester N Y DemocratChron icle Congress Can Not Refuse Tf1EIertllubbirdFra Elbertus MT i iiTheinlrac of tow years has taught lworld ra lessoai Congress tad the i iestdent can not will not I refuse theclalmet San Francisco as the festivallcltr of the Panama Pat clAe esp is 1916 I t fS w ANCIENT LUXURIES Silver Lined Cooking Utensils Used Twenty Centuries Ago mobile the housewife of ttoday may reasonably pride herself on the con veniences which her kitchen affords she need not smile too superciliously at the thought of the makeshifts of days long gone by She would certainly not do so were she to spend a little time Inspecting the kitchen and other household utensils that were In use 2000 years ago as exhibited In the national museum at Naples Saucepans lined with silver palls richly In laid with arabesques In silver and shovels handsomely carved figure among the household goods of those times An egg frame that would cook twen ty eggs at once and pastry molds shaped like shells suggest luxuries of the kitchen of 2000 years ago Grid Irons and trying pans tart dishes and cheese graters were In use then as now The Roman ladys toilet table was well supplied Ivory combs bottles of perfume pots of cosmetics buttons hairpins and even a hair net of gold wire figure In the museum Bronze thimbles and spindles are to be seen among the relics The Roman lady even bad her safety pin for there Is n specimen of this little convenience which before the one In the Naples museum was found was believed to bo a strictly modern Invention The Roman lady however apparently lacked one essential She had no hairbrush Neither had she a glass mirror All the mirrors In the museum with one exception are of silver or some other white metal The excep tion is a dark purple piece of glass let Into the wall of a bedroom at the house Spccchlo In Pompeii- In surgical Instruments the ancient world was rich Those found at Pom pell deprlvp modern science of the credit of more than one Invention Needles probes and forceps resemble closely those In use at the present day Harpers Weekly THE CZARS LEAVINGS A Doubtful Honor That Was Rejected by a Polish Girl In RiiRsIn royalty Is so revered that to the loyal subject It seems a great honor to follow the czar The govern ment Is eminently pntrlarclml in the ory nt least and the emperor must supervise as well as patronize the schools At the Raster festival the pu pils are treated with especial favor Young girls of the upper claSses of the Imperial Girls school are driven in a long procession through the streets In the Imperial carriages The pleasure for them Is only that of being allowed to take a drive In a stylish court car tinge with coachman and footman In the Imperial livery There is nothing special to be seen The theory of this is that the czar stands in a sort of higher parental relation to all these children When be once a year visits ono of these schools to which only the children of the nobility are ndralttedlt is a custom that as a sign of his favor be drops his pocket handkerchief and the girls all scramble for It tearing It in pieces so that each one can get n fragment He takes the most brilliant girl to the table Dud tastes of tbo food of the Institution It is valued as the highest distinction when be gives oue of the girls his plate with what Is left upon It It is the custom and usage for her to cat It with delight shown in all her features Great was the astonishment of Alexander II when a young girl a Pole whom the czar bad taken to the table us being the most distinguished scholar of the Institute and to whom he hud passed what was left of his meat and potatoes nodded to a servant and calmly gave him the czars plate to take away An Unfair Attack Pletro wits working with a gang at railroad construction He bad been told to beware of rattlesnakes but as sured that they would always give the warning rattle before striking One hot day he was eating his noon luncheon on a pine log when be saw a big rattler colled a few feet In front of him Ho eyed the serpent and began to lift his legs over the log He bad barely got them out of the way when tbo snakes fangs hit the bark beneath him Sou of it gnual yelled Pletro Why you no rlnga da bellEvery bodys Forgot Once In Awhile The health of the body as well as of the mind depends upon forgetting To let the memory of a wrong of angry words of petty meanness linger and rankle In your memory will not only dissipate your mental energy Jut It will react upon the body The secre tions will be diminished digestion im paired sleep disturbed and the general health suffer In consequence Forget ting Isa splendid mental calistbculc and n good medicine for the body First and Foremoit My wife has u great deal to say to me about her first husband Nonsense Your wife was never befnre9QThats what makes her reflections sopnlufulSPuck Hie Class- I soy coy man Is that dog of yours a mongreITlNo aint no class to Mm Jea- commondog sab Baltimore Amer lean Ths great tsiass pt people pave uycs andtars but notmuchmore crjw cIIjr llttie power of Judgment ssd even memoryScbopeabaaer I i f 1 iTC EXPjnJRFIGHT INTERESTS COUNTRY San Francisco Outclasses New Orleans In Every Respect The great tight that Is being waged between San Francisco and New Orleans for the honor of celebrating the completion of the Panama canal Is attracting the attention of the entire country The fight lano longed a contest between the two cities but between California and Louisiana the legislatures of which have each au thorised a state tax to raise funds in aid of the proposed International expositionIn standing California is so far ahead of Louisiana that Its superior ability to finance the fair must be conceded and if the question of selecting 110 site for the exposition were to bo decided on a basis of the relative wealth of the contestants congress would have no option but would be forced to award the coveted honor to San Francisco To the unprejudiced observer it Is difficult to see wherein New Orleans has any legitimate claim to recogni tion as the logical point for the ex position aside from the mere fact that it is located nearer to the center of population In beauty of surround- Ings climatic advantages ability to handle the hundreds of thousands of prospective visitors general progressive spirit of Its people and record of achievement San Francisco stands head and shoulders above Its rival naItlonal23 1909 the was 1732000 and that of Louisiana 1642000 while In the amount of sav logs deposits California ranked fourth among the states of the Union and Louisiana twentyfourth the ex act figures being as follows California J2S1228437 28 Louisiana 213S6281 90 Callfornlo had 525184 depositors aver aging J51500 Louisiana 102314 averag ing H6409 The total resources as represented In bank deposits were California IMS 961880DO average per capita 115170 Loulslira 15S625000 average per capita SK61 The following figures are taken from the report of the reports of the California comptroller of currency San FrancIscoTotal savings deposits JI537921IS05 total Individual deposits 43274I747 average J74000 New Orleans Total savings deposits 1655678349 total Individual deposits 14297907718 average +0000 Increase In resources of National banks year 19091910 San Francisco J1036Z082898 New Orleans J237022874 In the face of such a showing New Orleans and Louisiana do not appear to be In the same class with San Francisco and California financially And California Is as much nuperlor to Louisiana In every other respect as she Is financially just as San Francisco Is Immeasurably superior to New Orleans In all that goes to make a great and beautiful city San Francisco Is the Ideal site for the PanamaPacific International exposition in 1915 Let congress make no mistake BURDEN TOO HEAVY FOR NEW ORLEANS City Already Struggling Under an Indebtedness of 94091691313 New Orleans Is far from being n unit in favor of the proposed state tax to raise a fund of 6500010 in aid of the Worlds Panama exposi tionThe New Orleans Taxpayers Pro tective association has adopted a strong resolution which Is being widely distributed in the form of a circular letter advising Its meobers to oppose the levy principally oa the ground that the city is already taxed and bonded to the limit of endurance and that the taxpayers are not able to bear the additional burden The letter quotes the comptrollers report of Dec 31 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J f J CADDIE SPEAKS AHARTFORDCo- ntinued From First Page when factories were closod labOr idle and Coxeys army marched to Washington begging for work that honest men might ho ctble to keep Uie Wolfof starvation from the door while Innocent and defoncoless cbl1- dron looklll out the window in dos pair 111 contrast with those times neVer to be forgottten I will read from the Larue County Herald a de moeratic paper published at my homo town whoso editor Is a brothInlaw to Mr Johnsous private Seertary and campaign manager and who Is a very active supportor of Mr Johnson In his race for Congress and also In his efforts to be Governor of Kentucky This issue was Published on August the 2tb 1910 when many pro umd that Mr Johnson would hate no opposition this fall It Is ltozd- td In this way and reads as follows WAGES HAVE ADVANCED PIVI- IIIINDRED MILLION HardlY a day passes that WI do not note tilee increase of wages grant lll by same railroad or some Indus trial enterprise and It Is estimated that the advance In wages which will betgrauted this year wl11 equal the tnfHndous sum of fiOOOOOOflO this splendid result has come to the wage earners and it Is fair assump tion that It nULt have coma first to the employing clay s lit has at so come In lllIal measure to our farmers Ono of Ape reasons for the de- orcaso In extorts of foodstuffs Js bit cause the farmers can market almost their entire output sat home and at Ulle hIghest pricea oVor received hy them If wo do not anticipate and prepare It wo open the eustoni gates to fnrthn wo shall Inlto and have stn avalanche of foreign goods that will close our mills and drive our la borers to Idlunoss Then will wage and prlcS fall and compared with the consequent calamity and disas ter that wll follow the depression of ISJ9G will bo as a summer show IT compared with an equlnostrlal storm Now my friends when I catch a democratic lIlIilllr telllng the truth I am glad to applaud It and to read It to the world A man who believes the truthfulness of this article Is a Republican and dont know It All he nerds Is to support me for Con groos I wUl Pltslgo hIm my sincere efforts to continuo this Utopian con dltlon ho so graphically doscrlbas I cannot ask you to linger longer Thu sun Is fast slnJdng toward the Western horizon You want to rO turn to your tromps where you hav Jov d one to uaoat you I mus soon return to my humble cottage home In Old Kontueky the state o my nativity the place I love so wI God bless old KentuckY Jt Is here where tho sun shlnos- I the brightest the birds slag the sweetest and all naturo is the fairust With me whoa lifos fitful ascent lUC over when I havo lain oft this mortal and put on Immortality I ask na greater privilege than Jthllt ye- give u this cold form a final restin- plaoeneath thashadow or KentuckY vIne clad hull by the side of eon e banklys 1 ti1 c aa a ta 3 h h ij 11 r L J f fr NE 1 I lJ y tJl p1lEIt r l I 1r j I N Co r IS 1910i111 I I SnowirigC Suits Ladies Skims I t- U M Dress Qoods Latest f ef J r jo Novelties Et i 0 ALL ARB INVITED TjA tTENTh HARTFGRDKYTheit i it-o hang thEir hoods and weep for UIOSJ vlto have gone before nit ElectrIc Fans In Church Nearly 100 electric fans are em ployed to keep the all coot In St Thomas cathedral Bombay probably the onlY place of worship Intbe world so equipped THE FAT GODDESS A Picture That Jarred the Nerves ef a French Art Patron M Durand u French picture buyer ot a century ego had little wisdom as u crltlc and his ambition com poundlll equally of childlike vanity and genuine benevolence was to figure as a patron of youthful genius One of the earliest commissions ho bestowed was upon u young artist who selected for his subject u scene ot classic mythology In which the as sembled gods were deplctlll upon Mount Olympus When It was I1nlsb ed M Durand was Invited to the studio to Inspect It Ills face clouded as he gazed Young man ho declared you have not treated me fairly It Is true I do not pretend to know everything about knowIthatIlest noble than kings and queens These people ot yours are not even aristocrats Madame my wife does not pretend to be a fino lady yet when I put my two hands around her waist I It Is by nn Inch only that they fall to meet and ns for Jullettte my daugh iter she Is as slender all n needle Look j now at that big clumsy woman In n loose gown who you say Is queen among the gods She has no figure at nil She Is nil the way down the same Pout Call her u lady and a goddess esshe who Is without stays and without waist Mole and Mile Durand would make a mock of heryour Juno Pout She Is a peasant a pillow n pig byjwasp waist was unknown In classic I antiquity even to goddesses It with proud complacence that ho wasI accepted the picture and the edge that the sovereign lady of Mount Olympus had never attained the heroic compression achieved by Mme and Mile DurandI A GEOLOGIC PHENOMENON I Raised Beaches and Caves of the leland of Arran The Island of Arran is one of those places on the west ot Scotland where the geologic phenomenon known as n raised beach Is very apparent All along the coast there are evidences that the land has been considerably elevated at some period ot the worlds history One of these proofs Is the presence ot caves ot various sizes formed by the action ot the waves In the past but which UN now well above the present high water mark The farmers use some ot the larger caves as shelters for sheep la stormy weather hi n remote corner of the Island one of these caves has been converted Into A human habitation where n family of several persons dwell In absolute seclusion Their occupation Is the sath- eringof whelks all employmfWt which ssaid to afford but precarious live shellefish can only bodone at low water and othere tofshine I Except for the drip from the face or- the high rocks above which Is skill- fullyI diverted the cave Is absolutely dry The Interior Is shaped like n trl Savesroom I stand upright and move about Inside Besides the beds and cooking utenslll the cave contains many articles of vat agI appearance a fireplace Is some way back from the entr ace through which the smoke d diibwaooutsideWide World Magazine t- Nr t M ts COUNTING THE PEOPLE Font Census Proposal In Englanf Raised a Fine RoW It was lu 1W3 that a proposal to count the people was first made Thomas Potter son of the archbishop ot Canterbury and member for St Germane introduced In that year a bill tor taking and registering an au nun account ot the total number of the people and ot the total number ot marriages births and deaths andalso- of the total number of poor receiving alms from every parish and extra pare dual place In Great Britain It was inevitable ot course that directly this proposal was made the precedent of- Bing David should bo quoted And many were the Jeremiads as to the alt ternatlvo evils which would befall the country Those submitted to David were mild In comparison hlr TJ1orn 1 ton member for York city said I did not believe that there was any set of men or Indeed any Individual of the human specIes so presumptuous and so abandoned as to make the proposal we have just beard I hold this subject to be totally subversive oS the last remains ot English liberty Then w bill will direct the lmposltlon ot new taxes and Indeed the addition of a very few words will make It the most effectual engine of rapacity and oppression that was ever uslll against an Injured people Moreover an annual register ot our people will no quaint our enemies abroad with our weakness Matthew RIdley another opposing member added that his constituents looked on the proposal as ominous and feared lest some pnblic misfortune or nn epidemical distemper should follow the numbering However the bill passed the commons only to be promptly rejected by the lords Not until 1800 was the proposal again made and on this occasion It was brought to n successful Issue The first census oS England and Wales was taken In March lSOLWestmlnst Gazette GEORGEi to Patty and Polly Those who take tipping In the some what solemn splrlt of the social Invee- tigutor may find their minds enlivened by the perusal of an excerpt from the wrItings of our first president which shows what n graceful turn appreclll lion and courtesy may give to the custom In JiBn on his return from his New England progress Whshington lodged at Tnfts Inn ot Uxbrldge Mass wbere the domestic serviceas ot many Inns In they countrywas pert formed by the landlords daughters Somewhat later Washington wrote to Mr Taft hartford a November 118- 9SirDeing Informed that you have given my name to one of your sons and called another after Mrs Washlngtons family and being moreover very much pleased with the modest and Innocent look ot your two daughters Patty and Potty r do for thesere sons send each ot these girls a piece of chintz and to Patty who bears the name of Mrl Washington and who waited upon Us more than Polly did I send f guineas with which she may buy herself any lIttll ornamens she may want or lb may dlapoleoftbem In any other manner more agreeable to herself As ldo not give these things with a view to have It talked ot or even tQ Its being known the less theree is said about It the batter you will please me but that I may be the chlnt an6 money have got safe to hand let Patty who I darosy- Li equl to it writ m a line IntormtDI me thereof directed to The President t the United States at Neer York I RI4h your m- G0 well am yeur humble servant WASIUNOTON The Shark la Slow8wlmmr One IU servi0b nature has done the sharknamely that ofplacing a true gularfn on his back winchacts as a daagersignal and giVes warning ofilia npproacb Happily the shark has uo t beentfted With snilicient Pcltitit be are o1 1145 peculiarity for htd he been eo he would ungtieetloi ltt k1ha totawlnil tto theaiurface of the r slid IJ- 1p lot cage ifs enbtel toqapgrorcb r his victim utobserved The shark is a slow swimmer tor his size and strength Byron observes S darts the dolphin from the shark But Byron was a poet and does not apPear to have been a close observer of the habits ot In habitants oS the water or be would have known that a shark would have no mores chance of catching a dolphin than a sheep wOUld of overhauling a hare Sardine Fllhlng In sardlno fishing there are many uncertainties There Is n twentyelght toot rise and taU of tide In the bay ot Fundy and especiallY constructed wooden picket Inclosures are staked out In the water to gather In the fish Last season a man erected an Inclo sure In what he supposed to be excel tent fishing territory but got nothing tie deplored his loss and for a time tailed to go near it Why dont you seine It again somebody asked Whats the use he replied ret me try it the other persisted Yes and roe may have all the flab you get ihe other man pulled out IiOO worth Atone haulFrank Leslies A Sailors Hands A sailor Is betrayed by his hands though his gait might betray hIm They are permanently half shut Walk Ing talking Qr sleeping the sailor has his hands half shut and could not open them flat It ho tried This Is the result ot years of climbing and pulllnjf ropes London Chronicle The Jeke on Her The FriendYour wife doesnt ap lear to be In very good humor Hu- oudNo she thinks Ive Invited you o dlnnerJeon Qui flit- Dissatisfied The haughty looking woman upon whose features the dermatologist had been working for more than two hours sneered when she glanced In the mirror I certainly thought you know your business she snapped but you have not oven given me fair treat went The man shrugged his sboulders U you bad wanted fair treutnnt you should have been more explicit ho retorted I thought from what you told mo that you wanted brunette Chicago News Brave as a Boy Weiglerl see that Gausler has been given a medal for bravery Match leyetteWell he probably deserved It lie always was brave I remember when he was a boy that he was the only one In the neighborhood who would go to his mother when she beckoned with ouo hand and held the other behind her hRrkChlcaJo News ObItuary Qsm When John Sherman ot New oen preacher mathematician almanac maker end father of twentysix chit dren heard of the deathof his good friend Jonathan Mitchell a narvard pastor he explulmCd after dpe thought ld many poetic pangal here lies the darling or his time Mitchell expired iv his prime Who tour years ort or tortysnen Was found full ripe and plucked for heaven IWhen Thomas DUdley father of the first Anlericau poetess Anne Bradstreet came to his deathbed says the South AtlantIc Quarterly he showed where his daughter bad received herr surprising lilt bcolDpoainS tare ti llnegae v Dlro eyes J feaf cold stomach chew My dissolution lein vIew IAndn6WOod Got ltEMct Why is ft that the butcher always sends Ple more afUHu I order never bYadrchancee rcomplalried t ypaag housekeeper to herbnabaudr Let megivelafm DOrd rlIdheaDd tepptnct the teleplhoae he calk edip tbemaiket Bead me two ponn4B ot porter t b ordered wl If 7et- 4caat cat two poasdsatait a gonad anda htlL t 3 j ih f i J T KILLING THE UMPIRE It Is an Essential Part of the Great Game of Baseball According to bleacher law there are three particularly justl6able motives for doing Away with umpires An umpire may bo kUledfllJlt It bo sees fit to adhere to tho rules and make n decision against the home team at n close poInt in the game second an umpire may bo kilted It ho sends a member ot thee home team to the bench when the player In question has done absolutely nothing but call the umpire names and attempt to bite his ear off an umpire has no business to bo touchy third and this Is a perfect defense against the charge of murder an umpire may be klllld it ho calls any batter pn the home team out on strikes when tl1e player has not even struck at the balls pitched That the balls go straight over the plate has nothing to do wIth the case There Is ample proof at hand to show that killing the umpire Is a distinctively Amrlcanspott Other countries have tried baseball but they have not tried killing the umpire That Is probably the reason tvhy they have not waxed enthusiastic over baseball for baseball without umpire killing Is like football p Itttopt girls In the grand stand It simply cant be done That foreign countries know nothing about our king of outdoor sports was indicated forcibly when In the fall of 1900 the Detroit team made p trip to Cuba under the management ot Outfielder McIntyre In the entire series of twelve games with the Havana and Almendares nines not one single ob- Jection WaS mado by either the Cuban players or the silent Cuban apectators to a declsidn of the umpires The Americans did not know what to think ot ituntil they counted up the gate receipts at the end of the series Then they realized that In their own country it Is the delight In killing the umpire rather thou the pleasuro In watchIng the game that draws the tremendous crowds through the turnstilesGeorge Jean Nathan In larpere Weekly MEASURES OF lENGTH Light Waves and Wonderfully Ao- curat Intrfromter At the bureau ot weights and measures at Sevres France the meter ot metal which s the standard length of the world is kept carefully In an underground vault and lIS In spected only long intervals In Great Britain similar care Is exercised in guarding the atandardyard mess uremenli As itwas pqlllible for these metal standardd to be destroyed or- damagedin tile icoursaof time It was deCided a nufiber of yeera alto to de- termino the exact length of the stand ardslD wove lengths of plight which would be a basis or value unalterable and indestructible For this purpose the instrument known as the Interferometer was Invented Thin Instru ment represented the highest order ot workmanship and the greatest shill of the best opticians of the world A- serlee of refracting platen were made the surfaces ot which were fiat wIth Is ono twentleth of a wave length of Light wltb aldea parallel within one second representing the utmost ceppe meat of optical surfaces ever at tempted xr With the interferometer perfected the attempt wumlde ta wake the ways Length of some depgite Itt actualand plrylttiltahatatldAlgeftll9- For Jit overtb lJ e4entfstd it orked to secure this and experlments- finally showed 1attbentwere1JbS l1Y wave leggths jt red cadmium light as the French standard meter at 16 degrees centigrade S pest m the of thee exp IlIM ta that tbey comboepeated wltWajOM PIt In IDUUonaio lDceiaM1 errorthafshouldtie fiamageder desfroyed thatlttada tell wave gtl1of light would remain un- alte= e act tiplkiteotthqgHglsulstandard rtf oJ R f t 1nldthe button and buttonhole two Invent tlons which may fairly be regarded as Importantsince they dId much to revolutionize dress The original but ton was wholly n product of needlework whIch was soon improved by the use of a wooden mold The brass but ton Is said to have been Introduced by a Birmingham merchant In IGSO It took 200 years to Improve on the meth od of sewing the cloth upon the covert ed button Then an IngenIous Dane hit upon the Idea of making the but ton In two parts and clampingthem- together with the cloth betweenI ry Spread Pleaure Some men move through Ute as a band of music moves down the street flipping out pleasure on every aide through the air to everyone tar and near that can listen Henry Ward 1Beecher TheTay On Oleomargarine Why did the OongresJof the Unit od Sates enact the present oleomargarine law which provides for an Internal revenue taxof tin cents lPer pound on artificially colored obo margarine Was it to permit the butter producers ot the country to exacta high price tqr butter as has been claimed To make such a claim Isn pretty serious Indtctt eat of our federal law making body ot course butter Is higher In price than It was ten years ago hut so are oUter nee esslUes ot fife The porcentage or oleomargarine pow being put upon the market bears a higher ratio to the amount ot butter consumed than It did ten years ago This coupled with the tact that loss than three per cent of Ue oleomargarine sold Is taxed at ten cents per pound proVes that the oleomargarine law has ab solutoly nothing to do with the price of butter Congress enacted this law to pro vent fraud In the sale ot oloomar- garlno The law was neVer Intended to provent the honest sale ot oleo margarIne or tQ enhance the interests ttragainst fraud In the purchase ot butt ter or oleomargarine and the other against fraudulerttoompstJUon Congress intended to compel the sale ot olcomargarhno In Its un ural AInsteadter wh Ia yellow Oongr69sat the same time reduced the former onloleomargarine Per pound when the produo Is Dot fIc1ally colored t look like Mitt torCongr SIJI used its taxing power to- pnovent fraud 4ntbo salt or ot6o- margarino because St had no other ef4octlye IUll8ns ot oecompllsMngghat result When oieomargarjno ls put upon the market in its niattmal color thus making 1t Impossible to tiomt mit fraud rho tax is one and three fourths IOIHI per poured underranyprovioba mtirp n lervrkTile butter producers ofthetoiin try ane en oleonsergatlneI legislation only in so far 4a the ia= ltYort1e dairy Industry ia ens byeyaryp tant irncho agrlculture amllt II iaa essential tOPlvht t dssruetloa ofaaagrJcultural it dua try bytraud kla to thB r deaEctkt1oabt ow bankisg1gd J lor soy of thaotherlndaetrio r Dad tfl A