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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r IJ J ftubUc nto Fine fob Work j DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF h ALL TilE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription I per Year t J VOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22 1907 No 32 1 SUITS FILED AGAINST DUMPERS Purchasers of Pledged tobac t co Also Made Party Damages Sought For The Wrong fni Sale of Tobacco Alter it Was Pledged Suits have been filed in the Ohio Circuit Court by the Executive Com mittee of Green River Tobacco o Growers Association of the Ameri Society of Equity of Ohio county against W P Smith Clarence Gen try and R A Stewart for dumping tobacco The purchasers of the to bacco are also made parties defend aht The petitions are practically the same and after setting out the names of the Executive Committee and other preliminary matters says On or about the day of 1907 the defendant entered into a contract with plaintiffs and a large number of other members of said Associa tion in which contract said defend ant agreed and contracted with plaintiff3 said committee that they should sell for him his crop of tobacco grown in 1906 and all tobacco that said defendant might own or control during that year that defendant further agreed with plaintiffs to prepare said tobacco for market and deliver same at the place and to the person said committee might name After setting out the employment of grander ard the procurement of warehouse the petition against W P Smith closes with the following paragraphThe state that the de fendant J B Westerfield is and was upon all the dates hereinafter set out a tobacco dealer locatedat Fordsville Ohio county Ky that on the day of 1906 the exact date is not known to plaintiffs but is known to both defendants the said defendant J B West rfield and the defendant W P Smith un lawfully wrongfully and in collusion entered into a contract by which the defendant W P Smith sold to his codefendant J B Westerfield pounds of tobacco grown by the said Smith in the year of 1906 in Ohio county Kentucky being a part of the tobacco pledged to plaintiffs herein as set out in the contract signed by said Smith that sale from said SmithIto his codefendant Wes terfield was made after the contract was signed by said Smith as herein set out and was made after the said J B Westerfield was duly notified that his codefendant W P Smith had signed said contract and the tobacco owned and controlled by him in the year of 1906 and the said J B Westerfield bought said tobac co and took charge of same thereby depriving plaintiffs of the benefits to be derived from same and depriving them of their interest in said tobac co with a full knowledge of plain tiffs claim to said tobacco and plaintiffs interest therein arid waS bought by the said Westerfield and sold by the said Smith for thepuir pose of injuring plaintiffs and the members of said association who sue herein have been damaged by reason of the wrongful acts of the defendants herein as stated in the of 10000 and they yjihe defendant W IV Smith is insolvent o J Unique Entertainment The Hartford Herald publishes the following announcement of a social entertainment to be given at College Hall next Saturday night p The ladies of the Christian Church of Hartford willgivea sock social at the college next Saturday night The idea is that each person inat will be provided with a is1expected to contribute U Theonumber ofsockyoaea Ym N fI j tJ 4 plied by two will be the amount of pennies you are expected to put in the sock The proceeds of the so cial will be usgdas a church fund Socks are being sent out in the way of invitations but if you do not get one you will finch =plenty at ths door Everybody is invited regardless of creed A program of entertainment has been arranged and a freelunch will be served A good tinieTis assured all who attend Noted Speakers For State Farm ers Institute Frankfort Ky Feb 19State Agricultural Commissioner Vreeland today secured H M Hale of the forestry department and C B Lane of the dairy department of the national department of agriculture Mortimer Whitehead of New Jersey Joseph E Wing of Ohio and CG Wing of Wooster Ohio and several well known Kentucky lecturers on agricultural topics to deliver addresses to the Kentucky farmers at the State Farmers Insti tute to be given at Shelbyville Feb ruary 26 next The Kentucky Swine Breeders Association and the Ken tucky Dairymens Association will meet at Shelbyville during the State Institute meeting TRUTH STRANGER THAN FICTION Police Are Looking for a Trained Flea That Strayed or Was Stolen The St Louis GlobeDemocrat of February 18 has the following The police are scouring the city for a trained fiea which either grew tired of captivity and broke out of a show place on Nqrth Broadway yesterday afternoon or was stolen Carlo Aufeichtig owner of the flea reported its disappearance to the po lice The bug Mr Aufeichtig says is valued at 90 and the glass which disappeared with it is worth 10 The insect is several years of age and was considered one of the best actors of the kind in captivity The bug was a juggler and acrobat The bug was doing a turn with three balls yesterday afternoon and the mana ger of the concern passed it through the crowd for each person to take a prep at it through a microscope When it was time to feed the ani mal it was not to be found The patrons were at once ordered to leave the building and a search was made Mr Aufeichtig called at the top of his voice Joco But the insect was missing He says when the bug hears his voice it al ways make a sign showing it has heard him He says if the bug has been stolen and he ascertains the identity of the thief he will prose cute him The flea was at what is considered by flea trainers his prime and to lose him is a sad blow to its owner The bug was captured on a stray dog in New York several years ago CENTERTOWN- Feb 20B J McKenney of Mc Henry and son made a business trip to Cromwell this week and came homesick T Wade Stratton and Wife Crom well are here visiting their grandparents Mr and Mrs S M Jones Rev L P Drake is in McLean county conducting a protracted meeting jJi A Reneer Render is hereon legal business EHJames made a short visit to relatives in McLean county this weekJesse kletjsat home again after a pleasant visit to his son Hardy Louisville J Mrs J M Carter is visiting her fatherMr Chapman near lIcHen J AvSt Clair and family Missis sippi have come back totour town Dr Warden is on the sick list Stop your blowing bout Sunday townoughttogiive f havethne sbcth of your numbermndj oonejchopl of 91 list SU day a Hpjf fpfcour town T II N I t 1 fr fo Ii f f j It o HON ALVIS S BENNETT At the State Central Committee meeting held in Louisville last week Alvis S Bennett was elected Secretary to the committee to succeed Mr Thomas L Walker who resigned to become Postmaster at Lexington Senator Bennett was born near Beda Ohio county July 21 1872 He at tended Hartford College graduated from De Pauw University Green Castle Ind and Bryant and Stratton Business College Louisville He taught school and earned money with which to educate himself In 1901 he was elected to represent Ohio county in the House of Representatives and filled the position in such an acceptable manner as to cause the Re publicans of this Senatorial district to nominate him for State Senator in 1Q03 in which position he has made a record which has attracted the at tention and admiration of Republicans allover the State He has ren dered splendid services to his party in connection with the redistricting cases as Chairman of the committee appointed by the Republican members of the Legislature to conduct those cases His services have been given to this cause for almost a year without cost and his selection as Secretary to the State Committee a place of honor and which carries with it a salary of 2000 is especially pleasing to his many friends who know of his ability and untiring work for his party n SERVICE PENSIONSNOW I Blanks for Those Interested May l be Had by Calling at or Writ ing to Louisville Office Louisville Post Major A T Wood United States Pension Agent has received a large supply of blanks for the use of those soldiers of the Civil and Mexican wars who will benefit by the service pension act Those interested will be furnished the blanks as rapidly as they call or send to the Pension Office The new law will probably addabout 5000 names to the list of the local agency In all probably 250000 soldiers will benefit by the provisions of the new law The work of classifying calculat ing and rating the pensioners under the service pension act will add greatly to the duties of the local pension agency as well as to agen cies over the country Applicants will be paid under new rating from the date of their application and it therefore behooves them to fill out the blanks and send them to the de partment at Washington as soon as possible Many pensioners in Kentucky who are seventyfive years of age or over will benefit by the rating giving them 20 per month each UIWW of A Elect Officers Returns from the election of of icers for District No 23 United Mine Workers of America held afew days ago show thatW J Campbell of Drakesboro was elected national boar I member W X Smith of Central CityfPresidenl JIMains of- Rrndez Yi ftPresidentjiaQd CM 1 a f I Ott- f + r Carter of Central City Secretary and Treasurer These officers will commence their term of office on April 1 of this year and continue in office for one year There is general satisfaction ex pressed among the miners and no better selection could possibly have been made as they are all safe con servative business men and will protect each member of the union on all occasions Uncle Jack McHenry Dead Uncle Jack McHenry of color an exemplary type of the old school negro diedat his home in Hayti Tuesday at theage of about 98 years During slave times Uncle Jack belonged to the Hon H D McHenry and while Col McHenry was absent in the war of the Rebellion and even after the proclamation of freedom had been issued Jackremained a faithful and valliant servant of the family whose interest he guarded withexacting scrutiny He remained with the McHenry family who came to regard him almost as one of its members for many years after his freedomUncle Jack was certainly a good old darkey whose character and ser vice his race would do well toemu lateI r i SanderfurMcKenhey I Miss Elizabeth Morton Sanderfur youngest daughter of attorney J P Sanderfur of Hartford was united I in Marriage to Dr J 0 McKenney Tuesday evening by Rev J N Jar nagin Mrs McKenney was one of Hartfords most attractive and pop ular young ladies while Dr McKen neyis a reputable young physician of Taylor Mines and commands a good jjractice Tin REPUBLICAN joinstheirmanYsftaends in wishing themtyhappy and prosperous future M INSPECTION OF K N fie TO BEGIN APRIL I Major Tilson of the Fourth Infantry Will Be In Charge byAbjutantMajor John C Tilson of the Fourth Infantry has been detailed to come to Kentucky and make the annual inspection of the State militia for the department The inspection will be begun on the evening of April 1 next beginning with the company at Leitchfield Col Marvin Parrent Assistant Adjutant General will ac company Major Tilson and make the inspection upon the part of State departmentThe for the inspection provides for inspection first of the companies of the Third Regiment commanded by Col Jouett Henry of Hopkinsville then the First Regiment commanded by Col W B Haldeman and lastly the Second Regiment commanded by Col J Embry Allen of Lexington The first ten days of April will be taken up with the Third Regiment the in specting officers visiting the compa nies in the following order Leitch field Hartford Central City Owens boro Henderson Madisonville Earlington Hopkinsville and Bowling Green The officers will arrive in Louis ville on April 11 and remain there two days inspecting the nine com panies hospital corps and band The inspection of the companies of the Second Regiment will begin on April 13 as follows Lawrenceburg Danville Barboursville Whitesburg Pineville Middlesborough Lexing ton and Frankfort The inspection will be completed April 23 at FrankfortA r Card of Thanks I herby wish to express my most sincere and heartfelt gratitude to the many friends and neighbors for their unwearied and constant atten tion to my mother during her long and fatal illness May a kind provi dence ever attend and reward them for their sweet ministrations to my mother H B TAYLOR NO CREEK Feb 18Mr and MrsJamesTan- ner visited Mr and Mrs Hezzie Ward Monday Mrs Dame and Mrs Pendleton Ward went to Hartford Monday Mr Will Stevens delivered a load of fine hogs at Beaver Dam Monday Mr Ansel Patton and Miss Lizzie Rowan were quietly married at the home of the bride near Heflin Fri day night by Rev Dame Miss May Dame visited Miss Rosa Dooley Sunday night Mr Howard and wife visited Rev and Mrs Dame Sunday- A large congregation attended church at No Creek Sunday Brother Moreland and family of Hartford were in our community SundayThe are getting good again and people can be seen going to town in buggies and wagons The pretty weather that has pre vailed for the last eight or ten days has made the farmers begin to rub up their plows Most of the broomsage in this neighborhood has been burned Those who attended the No Creek local A S of E Saturday night report a fine meeting The members of the No Creek local A Sof E would like to see President Moreland out at the lodge againThe third Sunday in May will be Old Folks day at No Creek Ev erybody invited Our Sunday school will begin the first of April Miss Rosa Dooley visited Miss May Dame Monday night The people of the neighborhood gave Sister Dame a surprise birth day dinner last Saturday Every body present reports a good time Thbsepresentwere Mr D E Ward and famIly Pendleton Ward and family Mr J S Bennett Mr Mox ley and family Mr Will Ward and family Mr Hezzie Ward and wife Mr Ed Ward and family Mr Jas Tanner and family Mrs Monme Barnard and daughter Miss Bettie Ward and Miss Irena Ward A great smile could be seen playing over peoplebeganof good things v FOR THE BUSY READER The Treasury surplus for the first seven months and a half of the pres ent fiscal year amounts to 37000 000 and is steadily increasing Petitions asking a localoption election in Daviess county and the city of Owensboro have been filed Owensborohas nextCongressder forty years of age and one of Middletown What is believed to be the skull murderedinstudents was found by workmen who were excavating between New port and Dayton Ky Five men were killed by an explo onthenear Alt Vernon all being blown humanflesh Advices from Oklahoma are to the effect that owing to the thin pros pects of getting their expenses paid theConstitutionalhome and it is hard to keep a quo rum The Henderson street railway has bondholders the upset price Extensive improve ments will probably be made in the plant which was forced into finan ofATwelve sensational suits have been filed in the Owen Circuit Court against Magistrates and former County Judges charging them with paying money to the Magistrates performed terms of ofnceand seeking to recover sameUncle Sams Favorite Candy Do you know that Liggett Satur day Candy is the most widely sold and todayEverythe country by a great army of candy loversfeminine and masculine LIGGETFS SA1URDAY CANDY b Uncle Sams favorite and dcscrveitobc Put up in fancy pound boxes everyone I containing A choice assortment of rich chocolates and tempting creamy bonbons On sale Saturdays only at 29c a pound James H Williams The Slore 1 It il c l J THE LID ON THEN VERY MUCH OFF NOW to The Fellow up a Tree it Seems Governor is Working Both Sides lleatCrvllla nterprlae The ways of the politician are devious and the working of his mind beyond the comprehension of ordinary mortals We are led to deliver ourselves of the above pious and oracular statement by the published reports that the lid which Governor Beck ham sat upon with all the mighty weight of his avoirdupois and so firmly held down in the city of Louisville in the days gone by and which struggled so long and valiantly to rid it self of his enormous bulk has at last been raised The citizens of the Falls City and the stranger within her hospitable gates who of yores laked their thirst and cooled their parched tongues on the holy Sabbath at back doors may now walk up to the bar and buy pizen on any old day in any old saloonWhen the Governor poked his nose into the Louisville businss we felt a little skiddish and had some small misgiving but he so boldly asserted his power and his intention to keep the liquor locked up on Sunday that we decided to wait and seeIWe also felt that there was proba Jy a little policy mixed in with his sudden conversion but his support ers assured us that he was thesimon pure article and that his case was heartfelt We have always believed in heartfelt religion and had nothing spore to say After a while rumors began to reach us that fellows were laying in a supply of liquor on Saturday night and drinking it on Sunday We knew this was wrong but we decid ed to pass it by and say nothing Then we were told that men were actually slipping in the back doors and taking a drink We knew that the Governor could not well be atall the saloons the same time and we still said nothing But this last news is a little too much The very idea that the gallant advocate of temperance has weakened is enough to rend the strongest heart The question is was the Governor ever sincere He has as much pow er as he ever had Why is it that he allows this thing to go on if he can stop it To the fellow up a tree it looks like he has been working the temperance people and now wants to work the liquor people Somebody saidyou cant foolall the people all the time So far Gov ernor Beckham has proved the old saying to be fallacy State of Toledo SllLucasFrank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of the firm of F J Cheney Co do ing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscrib ed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 f GleasonSeal J I inIternallyblood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free I F J CHENEY Co Toledo 0 I Sold by all Druggists 75cITake Halls Family Pills for con + sti pation m j How Lent is Fixed Many people ask how Ash Wednesday is fixed Since the establishment of the Cathol church 19 centuries ago Ash Wednesday is fixed 40 days before Easter and Easter is always j the first Sunday following the moon that comes immediately afterI the vernal equinox I appearsMarch March 31 the Christians of all creeds celebrate as the anniversary of the 1I resurrection of the Saviour 1 The time intervening between Wednesday and Easter Sunday isl called Lent and tradition has it it is so called because in early days if Christianity the fast and abstin I nce was more rigorous than in odern times and tne faithfulllivedE In a vegetable called lentil t I Every day in Lent except Sunday t ij a fast day and even on Sundays l 3 7s the Catholic church forbids its children to eat fish and fleshmeat at the same meal Every Wednesday amt Friday in Lent are days of abstasence from meat and thp second ud last Sat urdays in Lent are also days of ab stinence Lent is a time of penitence of fasting and praying commemora tive of the 40 days that the Saviour fasted in the desert before Be be gan His public career as a teacher of mankind Food dont digest Because the stomach lacks some of the essential digestants or the digestive juices are not droperly balanced Then too it is this undigested food that causes sourness and painful indigestion Kodol for indigestion slaoald be used for relief Kodo isasolution of veg etable acids It digests what you eat and corrects the deficiencies of the digestion Kodo conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold by aH druggists m EVANSVILLE MAN IS FIRE EATER He Likes Taste of Red Hot Iron Though it Sizzles On His Tongue Theodore Maschada of Evansville Indiana handles red hot iron with the ease and unconcern that others handle it cold He uses his bare hands and they show no signs of burnsMaschada formerly worked as a blacksmith and discovered his pecu liarity years ago He heated a small iron rod to a white heat and drew it across his tongue several times The sizzling of the fire against his tongue was almost sick ening to thosethat watched him but Maschada seemed to enjoy it A red hot bolt was then picked up from the ground and handled in his bare hands Still handling the iron he walked to a tub and sub merged his hands in the tub several times holding it under the water until it was entirely cold Perhaps the greatest feat that he does is to take a small fiat bar of iron file it about half way through about an inch from the end put it between his teeth and bite it off Maschada says that it is natural for him to handle fire and he performs his wonderful stunts willingly He has never appeared on the stage as a fire eater and laughs when it is suggested to him All headaches go When you grow wiser And learn to use An Early Riser DeWitts Little Early Risers safe sure pills All druggists m Shower of Greenbacks New Tort Sun While Policeman Fitzgerald of the Williamsburg Bridge station was on duty at the Manhattan terminal of the bridge early yesterday morning he saw greenbacks flying around and began to pick them up The first was a tendollar bill and then two fives He kept chasing them until he had 120 He also picked up checks aggregating 54 He looked around but failed to find anyone who had lost the cash and checks He took his find to the po lice station and turned it over to Sergt Nichols While the latter was counting the cash Samuel Pfeiffer of 1623 Eastern Parkway entered the station and said he had lost 16177 somewhere on the bridge and 51 in checks He described his loss so accurately thatI the police were convinced that heI owned the money and checks found by Fitzgerald Pfeiffer insisted that 75 was missing and policemen were sent to the Manhattan terminal they found the remnants of greenbacks clinging to the ear tracks Other bills probably had been blown off the bridge Pfeiffer told the police he had lost the money and hecks while running for a car yNew Way to Preserve Wood A new method of preserving wood from decay known as the laskin process is being tried on a arge scale in England Instead of withdrawing the sap and injecting 1 creosote or some other antiseptic substance as is usually done Mr laskin submits the wood to superheated air under a pressure of 14 atmospheres By this process it is I claimed the sap is chemieally chang d into a powerful antiseptic mix ure which by coolidating with i he fiber strengthens as well as reserves the wood k s kgatx tfSefetel lSS kkkkkkfkS kStk7 kkk CARSON Sc GOS BIO 1 k SIIIDD00 I SALE- xxStrictly Cash Nothing Sent on Approval I21 23 SK ID DOO TO THE TUNE OF 23 E Sale Begins Saturday February 16th I X And Continues Until Saturday February 23xr equalitiesskiddoo Mercerized Damask Table Linen 58 inches wide 23etabler 23Cp forrpairtheywill skiddoo at per glove A new lot of Embroideries width 4 to 20 inches iir r rV i i j i eskiddooVFive hundred yards of Outing Cloth origi23cnal price Sic skiddoo price four yards i One lot of Fancy Velvet Waisting4 yards to the pat tern regular price 90c per yardskiddoo price M 00 per pattern VMLU Two hundred Mens Fine Shirts soft or stiff bosom regular price 50c to 100my how theywill 23cskiddoo at t One lot of Infants Shoes worth doo to the baby at 35cskid23c One lot of Ladies Fine Shoes former price 2 23 200 to 350 skiddoo price I lots of bargains to offer our Skiddoo Suppose just doo in on Sale and of the bargains want to and shall you Dont forget the time and I WAS HYPNOTIZED AND MADE STEAL Lichtenteller Leads Daughter to Desert Home and Follow His On the ground that the girl was hypnotized and therefore not respon sible for her actions District Attorney Baker and Chief of Police Hare of Kenosha Wisconsin have released- on Annie aged 18 who had been held as an accomplice of Fred Lichtenteller said to be a notorious thief It is claimed Miss Rumple is completely in the power of Lichtenteller The girl is the daughter of Charles Rumple a Lake Geneva farmerI When she was 16 Lichtenteller began working as a in the neighborhood Since the day he met her it is she has been a- slave to him- Lichtenteller is a former convict but notwithstanding this after Miss Rumple had known him a few days she accompanied him to Kenosha to ie married to him Her father reach ed Kenosha in time to prevent the narriage but could not force the girl to return with him When she did finally return she rE- mained but a short time and then fled in the night to join her lover Before the comingofLichtenteller- t is said the girl had been of a eligious nature but she was unable to overcome his influence over her v f iu iw Miss Rumple admitted that she had been with Lichtenteller in several robberies and had resided with him for months- i Many letters which passed between the two were seized by the police and these showed the power the man had over the girl Miss Rumple her heart to the man in these letters and pleaded with him to re lease her from the spell that bound herWhen she was arrested Lichten teller was in but she managed to telegraph him to flee and he was not captured The woman to Lake Geneva with her father this afternoon Bond has been furnish ed to assure her appearance in court when demanded Everybody Know j lens Arnica Salve is the Quickest and surest salve ever applied to a sore burn or wound or to a case of piles Ive used it and I what Im talking about Sold by all druggists 25c jf I Shrinkage of Grain The shrinkage of corn varies ac cordingto the condition of the grain j when put into the crib Cases have been known in which corn lost 20 percent from shrinkage the corn I being damp 8 to 12 per cent isthe the shrinkage de 1 pending upon so many as to make an exact estimate difficult but the rule is to veryI per cent J 1Av 1 r One lot of Ladies heavy seasonable and Ladies 123rice t123toOne lot of heavy Boys Fine Shoes cant be bought Ion the market tortnv for less than 150 to 175 skiddoo to the root at tl23 Skiddoo hingqhildrens Suite regular fI1 3- Childrens price 175 skiddoo price Suits regular 300 goods they 0O OQ skiddoo at ULiLiU Onelot of Mens Suits regular price 300 t2 23skiddoo to the tune of Childrens Overcoats regular price 150 M Q to 175 skiddo tothe little man at 1 2 23toMens Overcoats Lot regular price 500skiddooprce 1323M- ens Overcoats Lot No 2 regular price tf 750 skiddoo price 4 ill523 Mens Overcoats Lot No 3regular price 10 they skiddoo to the tune of Ctl7 23 We have other during Sale you skid this Skiddoo get your part We you come expect place CARSON COINC Hartford Kentucky ftjt44444444444444444 TO Farmers Fortunes parole Rumple teamster cjaimed home bared Milwaukee young returned Should buisInesshealing know From average No1 BOY OR GIRL AT HIS WILL For Five Years Youth Alternatley Acted In Male or Female Ca pacitiesIdeal Housemaid For five years Joseph Tedder of St Louis Mo a youth twenty years old has appeared in various parts of the city and vicinity alternately as a girl and a boy He has been a cook a chore boy and a housemaid a grocery boy a cash girla stable boy and even masqueraded as a dancing girl on the Pike at the Worlds Fair His singular existence became known yesterday when he was ar raingrted in court on complaint of a young woman who asserted he had I been annoying her Her charge was not sustained and the girl became so angry when he was released that she struck him Tedder came to St Louis five years ago from Little Rock Arkansas He found it difficult to obtain employ ment Friends had often chided I him on his effeminate manner and girlish appearance Tbis inspired him with the idea to don skirts seek a position andI He easily found a place Broadway department was a cash girl Nancy TetterI he told his employers was his name The other girls were unusually deg voted to Nancy anduaucy J showed his appreciation by hugging t t r CJ t fI I I 9 h and kissing them becametired attirehe AttheHazel Hill and accepted a place as a thefarmgentle nature and he again don ned skirts He applied for a posi streethousethe culinary department He cook ed washed dishes darned socks and was considered the ideal housem- aiddAflyT094 = A BoughtSIgnatnr DogCentral It is not more than half bad to be fashionable fromParis rubber aristocratic pomatum ac cessories It will probably not be vearhigstraightshoes Every dog has his daybut with some dogs every day seeiristb otbersitisMonday mostI of the time i h i- tt a y f Mkh r HAN6MANSDAY t IN pJOCKY Four Men Pay Penalty for Their Crimes on Gallows One Attempted Suicide Night Be iIfore Hanging to Escape His Fate Guy Lyoriand W R Polk Fletcher were hanged at Russellville last Friday for brutally assaulting Mary Gladder a German girl in May 1905 The black caps were adjusted at 705 a m and the traps sprung sim ultaneouslyFletchers neck was broken and he died without a struggle but Lyons was choked to death and his body twitched convulsively They were pronounced dead at 719 a m but the bodies were not cut down until several minutes later Before the cap was adjusted Fletcher nude a statement in which he said he was innocent of assault but admitted that he was present He said that persons who had sworn his life away were guilty of murder and should be occupying his place on the scaffold Thursday night Lyon cut an artery in his left elbow in an attempt to commit suicide which would have proven successful if Fletcher who was in the same cell had nut discovered it and notified the death watchLyon had secured a teaspoon the handle of which he had whettedon the wall of his cell With this he cut the flesh from aroundthe artery and then he got in bed and covered up and severed the blood vessel Physicians worked with him all night and he lost so much blood he had to be carried on the scaffold and sup ported as the noose and straps were adjusted Fearing a demonstrationthe hour of Jesse Fitzgeralds execution at Barbourville was changed to 712 oclock a m instead of noon The trap was sprung by Sheriff Williams and life was extinct at 724 oclock His neck was broken by the fall The negro made no statement on the gallows which he mounted with a firm step He asked that the black cap be not adjusted and he was hanged with sight free He was the most indifferent one in the crowd and took his fate calmly Only 300 were present The crime for which Fitzgerald paid the penalty was indeed an ag gravating one On the night of the 26th day of last June he went to the home of Mrs Robert Broughton and spent the evening in company with a col ored girl who was making her home with the Broughton woman When bedtime came Mrs Broughton told him it was time for him to go and he became offended but left the house Later in the night he slipped back and made his way into the house and stealing into the room where Mrs Broughton was sleeping cut her throat from ear to ear with a pocket knife he then forced the colored woman to tell him where the money about 4000 was kept and secured it and left He was captured the following night tried and sentenced to hang Ben Huffaker a convict in the branch prison at Eddyville was hanged Friday morning for the mur der of another convict B Shir ley A short prayer was pronounced by- the colored minister and at 1004 the trap fell and Huffaker was swung into eternity Regular as the Sun Is an expression as old as the race No doubt the rising and setting of the sun is the most regular perform ance in the niverse uunless it is the action of the liver and bowels when with Dr Kings New Life druggists Selling Cheap Aboard It is urged against our Tariff poli- cy that some of the industrial trusts sell their produucts in foreign mark- etS for less than they exact from American buyers It is because of this largely that Trmff revision is demanded There is naturally much indication that while we pay more for articles of home manufacture than we should under a system of foreign competition foreigners alone enjoy the benefit of lower pi ices Often the charge has been deried I VJbmen Who Wear Well It Is astonishing how great a change a low years of married lila often mnko In tho appearance sill disposition of many women Tho freshness tho charm tho brilliance vanish Hlco tho bloom from a peach which Is rudely handled Tho matron Isojily a film shadow a faint echo of tho charming maiden Thero aro two reasons for this chango Ignorance and neglect Few young women appreciate tho shock to tho system through tho changowblchcomes with marriage and motherhood Many neglect to deal with the unpleasant pelvic drains and weak nesses which too often come with mar rlago and motherhood not understanding that this secret drain is robbing tho check of Its freshness and the form of Its fairness As surely as the general health suffers When there lade 4jKcraentof the health flf tho delicate wotna organs so surely wh se organs rmSNj tabllshed In heal the race n t e witness tote actla renewed comctthe Nearly million women hovo found health and Favor en strong and sick women welL Ingredi orharmfulwholly of those native American medic byleadingmedicaleral schools of practice for tho cure of womans peculiar ailments brokenrlown ofbabyalmost oa1nJe qthro Is no medlclneoulto so good as Favorlto Prescription Itcan do no harm In any condition of tho invigoratingtonicadapted to womans delicate systems by a physician of lar eexperlence In the treat ailmentsDr letter PierceInvallN and but few instances of such favors to foreigners has even been specified It is certain that the practice is very limited Taking the industries as a whole we produce but 5 per cent more than the country con sumes according to Secretary Shaw Since therefore almost no industry is producing more than is needed in the home market why should the manufacturers send any considera ble quantity abroad for saleat lower prices than they can get at home They would never do it In the few instances where it has been done it is obviously to benefit the manufacturer and this country Its object is to get a foothold in a foreign market Most of our pro ducts like locomotives are so well made that once foreigners can be in duced to try them they are likely to prefer them to English German or Belgian makes In the first instance it is necessary to undersell the foreign competitions in order to make the quality ofour manufactures knownNo American consumer should ob ject if by underselling foreigners and by charging less than is demanded in our own market the manufacturer gains a market aboard It means the continued working of the estab lishment and continued employment of the hands which in turn bene fits grocers butchers clothiers and all others from whom the hands buy things Nothing will relieve the indiges tion that is not a thorough digestant KODOL digests what you eat and al lows the stomach to restrecuperate grow strong again KODOL is a solution of digestive acids and as nearly as possible approximates the digestive juices that are found in the stomach KODOL takes theI work of digestion off the digestive organs and while performing this work itself does greatly assist the stomach to a thorough rest In addition the ingredients of KODOL are such as to make it a corrective of the highest efficiency and by its action the stomach is restored to its normal activity and power KODOL is manufactured in strict conformi ty with the National Pure Food and Drug Law For sale by all drug gists m pIndian is Senator An Indian will represent Kansas in the United States Senate He wilt be the first of the red mans race to serve in that capacity and Kan sas is proud of the distinction that thus falls upon the State Charles Curtis who has just been elected by the Republicans to that office is an aboriginalAmerican He is one of the few remaining members of the Kaw tribe of Indians which is fast fading away A liquid cold relief with a laxa tive principle which drives out the cold through a copious action of the bowels and a healing principle which lingers in the throat and stops the coughthat is Kennedys Laxative Cough syrup Safe and sure in its actionpleasant to takes and conforms to National Pure Food j and Drug Law Cl1tainsnq opiates I Sold by all m t r S s t rl t THE STORY OF EVELYN NESBITTHAW Arouses the Minds of all True Americans Whose Sym pathy She Has If Evelyn Nesbit Thaw has told the truth in her story on the witness stand in the trial of her husband for his life and the story bears the marks of truth in all its details Stanford White deserved fteathand it is a great pity that he was not killed long ago before he ruined so many girls From Mrs Thaws story it is evident that at the age of 16 she was not seduced by White a man fifty years of age but was made drunk and drugged and while in an unconscious state outraged by this scoundrel The details and minutiae given in Mrs Thaws testi mony show the craftiness the dia bolical ingenuity and deliberate plan by which this terrible seducer of girls set about and carrid out in the accomplishment of her ruin Mrs Thaws story has aroused in the minds of the American public an in tense sympathy for her which will be felt as a reflection upon the jury in the case of her husband This woman has suffered as few women haveand she is showing a courage now that has never been surpassed When young Thaw a millionaire wanted to marry her she declined to accept his flattering offer and when he still insisted she told him the story of her life Very few women would have done this and it took a great deal of moral courage to do it To then go upon the wit ness stand and tell the story of her shame to the whole American people in an effort to save her husbands life touches a chord of sympathy in the hearts of all who admire heroic sacrifice true devotion and the high est order of courage Her testimo ny has made every reader of the case despise the character of Stanford White and made them at the same time feel that they would like to help this much sinned against woman If Mrs Thaw had killed White there would be no doubt that any jury would have acquitted her and feeling that White deserved his fate regardless of who killed him will go a long ways toward acquit ting her husband In the face of the testimony published in the daily press it is no wonder that even the snow shovelers on the streets of New York cry out as the jury pass es Vote to clear Thaw You ought to know what you are giving your baby You will know if you use CASCASWEET and take the trouble to look at the wrapper Ev ery ingredient is shown there in i plain English CASCASWEET is the best corrective for the stomachs of babies and children Sold by all druggists m j Beds on Wheels If the question Where shall sleep while attending the James II town Exposition has troubling any one there is now no I use for further worry or anxiety If Necessity is the mother of Time Genius is the father and of him it cannot be said Everybody works but Father The old man has been exceedingly busy for many years and every time the Mother of Necessity told him that the kid needed anything he at once pro duced it He has never been yank ed up in the church or in court for non support or dereliction of duty For sometime old Mother Necessi ty has been distressed because In vention did not provide some means by which the denizens of this mun dane sphere could carry their house along with them something after the order of the tortoise She final ly mentioned it to Father Genius and he sat down and pondered over the problem for a few minutes and then went out to a manufacturer of vehicles and gave them a friendly tipThe result is that visitors to the Jamestown Exposition need have no further anxiety about where will repose at night if all the hotelsI boardinghouses and park benches are full They can stand on a corner of the grounds or some of the streets or avenges of the grounds for a few minutes and handsome equippage will drive along They will hail it and say I wish to retire at some desirable spot along the water front qn Hampton Roads and be left at the Military Catering Companys cafe for breakfast They will then 1 Jf tA step into a vehicle and the driver j viii se k the desired spot dismount from his seat touch a spring and the team will walk away He will then touch another spring and lo j and behold the guests will find j themselves sitting m a cozy little room with berths on each side Brussels carpet on the floor and all other modern conveniences figura tively speaking The driver will then take the team to another like equippage and attach them to it and set out for another fare In the morning he will land them all at their breakfast rendezvous and collect fare Piles of people have Piles Why suffer from piles when you can use DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve and get relief Nothing else so good Beware of imitations See that the name is stamped on each box Sold by all druggists m Wholesale House For Central City Central City Ittpnbllcan A wholesale grocery and feed es tablishment is to soon be one of Central Citys developments M T Cain and others whose names are not given for publication are the promoters The new business will be located on First street between Broad and Morehead streets The building will be a twostory brick which will be built as soon as the weather permits such work to be done and the firm will open up for business in the springIOn account of our shipping facili ties there is not a better location for such a business in the State and knowing as we do the men that are behind the proposition we predict a financial success The Limit of LifeIThe most eminent medical scientists are unanimous in the conclusion thatIthe generally accepted human life is many years below the j attainment possible with the advanced knowledge of which the race is now possessed The critical period i that determines its duration seems to be between 50 and GO The proper care of the body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged Carelessness then being fatal to longev ity Natures best helper after 50 is Electric Bitters the scientific tonic medicine that revitalizes everv or gan of the body Guaranteed by all druggists 50c jf Burning off the Strawberry Bed If the ground is cold the straw berry bed may be burned over which will clean the surface This need not tie done until later if pre ferred or just before the winter mulch is removed After the plants have made their growth a mulchof clean straw or salt hay will not only assist to promote their growth but will protect against drought and al soaid in keeping the fruit clean It is not necessary to cultivate straw berries in the early spring as culti vation disturbs the surface roots but the bed should be cleaned how ever by fire or rakingI OASTOBI4Bears thetheKind You have Always Bought Bigaatnre of The Lady Cow HnrivrHe kb Marjorie was on a visit to her grandparents on the farm and her enjoyment of country life was some what marred by the apprehension of being horned by the cows One day her mother asked her to run to the barn and call grandpa She started but espying a cow in the lot one of the mooley kind ran back crying Oh mamma there is a cow out there v After a glance out of the window it the meek looking bovine her pother said Why Marjorie thats a mooley cow She cant harm you for she hasnt any horns MBut mamma exclaimed the child she might butt me with her pompadour rS S Ednorsecl by the County- The most popular medicine in Otsego county and the best friend i to my family writesWm M Dietz editor and publisher of the Otsego Journal Gilbertsville N Y is Dr Kings New Discovery It has prov en tobe an infallible cure for coughs and colds making short work of them We always keep a bottle in the house 1 believe it to be the most valuable prescription known for lung and throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint the ttieitaker Forsale by all druggists Price 50c and 1 Trial bottle free jf 1 J 1 t I The Sind Yea Have Always Bought and which has been in use tare orcr 30 years has borne the signature of under his per c2C4zsonaIaupcrvision since its Infancy you in this All Ceeaiexfeite Imitations and Justasgood are but Xhcperimeata that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants aad ChOdreaExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA criteria Es a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcomtahu neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic rabctMoe Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and WindI Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the sleepTheGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You toAlways Bought In Use For Over 30 Years CITYISOUR CLUBBING RATES= THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125Ti- rE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 Fran REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 I THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Oweusboro Inquirer 370 I THE REPUBLICAN andrTwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TirE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 tojI m1 9BBg d 8 mRANDALl T COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN m When in Louisville ro STOP AT IM- 1D 11 Senriiiigs M i EUROPEAN HOTEL i I The Home for Ohio County People mICOLLINS GRIFFIN Props GJ m Bla Er m t I I iUNDERTAKERS u 4w AN We have bought the A C Taylor stock of Undertakers goods including the fine funeral car and have added new Caskets and Supplies to suit any occasion We keep in our employ an experi enced embalmer and funeral director and can meet any require at anyhour custom IImeRt ger BIRKHEAD r Hartford Republican Issued by the Hartford PublleblagCompaay INCORPORAYKD IIloraUrEL=JnOt EJ Cvuantiorland 39 ouch trra32FRI- DAY FEBRUARY 22 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce S A ASOK1 SON of 1West HnrtforJ 1rvclnct n candldale for Ilepre entntlve In the General Alterably trop this the Mth dlotrlct subject to the action oI the republican party yl We are authorized to announce W W Pall of the Ileda 1reclnct a candidate for Heprme tatlre In the General Assembly fromthl the26t district subject to the action ol the Itepnbllca party Examine the label on your paper I f It Is not correct notify us Now for oats sowing and tobacco bedburning JUDGE ALTON B PARKER says Roosevelt is all right Lets make it unanimous WHAT is the moral of the Thai case asks a contemporary It seems to be all immoral WILLIE HEARST still remains the most successful unconscious joke in the history of American politics Do we need more money askes a writer in Harpers Weekly Not yet Easter bonnets are not quite ripe HARMONY of the kind that wins was written on every face at the Republican State Central Committee meeting last week OKLAHOMA seems determined to come into the Union with all mod ern improvements including a State debt of respectable proporitons WITH each succeeding day of the trial of the man who put out Stan ford Whites light his memory seems to sink a little lower in the mire t- IT does hurt those Central Kentucky fellows in both parties to see an office or place of public trust go to a poor Western Kentuckian PROBABLY the reasons why a ma jority of the Texas Legislative Investigating Gommittee is in favor of exonerating Bailey is to keep him from calling anybody else a liar THE Committee that was recently appointed by the Texas Legislature to inquire into the acts of Senator Baily in connection with the trusts have Droven to be a whitewashing contingent instead of an investigat ing bodyIWHY should there be any objection fUIl1detailssired that the records of such men as Stanford White be kept hidden thus giving them a better chance to prey on the public TRUST Buster Bailey told on the witness stand when testifying in his own behalf before the investigating committee how he arose from obscurity to the exalted position of po litical leader but he failed to state how he got smirched with oil THE St Louis GlobeDemocrat aptly says Senator Tillman proposes to talk for a period of ten days on the immigration bill This will have a tendency to defeat the purpose of the bill At least it will diminish the attractions of Washington as a winter resort i THE selection of Senator Alvi S Bennett to be Secretary to the Republican State Committee was fortunate for the party a deserved honor to the Senator and does cred it to the good sense of the members- of the committee Without disparaging I the claims of any other candidate j it was the opinion of almost every member of the committee that he was by experience the best equipped man for the place Mr I Heavrin our member of the corn mittee and those who attended the 1 meeting from Ohio county worked loyally for Bennett until the con test was settled Western Kentucky appreciates the advantage which the t Secretaryship gives us and Ohio i county is especially proud that the 1 honor to one of and noble sonsIj THE announcement that Hon A E Wilson of Louisville will be a candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor will be hailed I with delight by his many friends all l- r I t rr I n ovettlie State Mr Wilson is a mai ot superior ability and as an orator has few equals in Kentucky Whil his speeches are always powerful and convincing they are couched in such kind words and delivered it such a pleasing manner that the ineveroffend those who disagree win him On several occasions Mr Wilson has responded to request Republicansfa c to the demands Our people ar yerjvfond of him and he will have strong following here We ctorYItandGovernor no one will doubt Notice The Local Unions A S of E in Ohio and adjoining counties will takE notice that a meeting will be held Central City March 16 at 10 ocloc- fa m for the purpose of conferin g with members of the U 11 W to mayIarrange an understanding upon all J matters affecting thetwb orders by which they may aid each other I Each local A S of Er will be enti tied to one delegate to said meet j ing and all other labor organiza tions are invited to send representatives DAVID MORELAND- Hartford Ky Feb 181907- NARROWS Feb 21J B Renfrow made a business to Evansville the first of the week Ora Phillips of Sullivan Ind visited his parents here last week Trip White of Louisiana is spend ing a few days with relatives here and at Horse Branch jS B Lee the prince of Equity leaders came over from Fordsville Tuesday to inspect the work at the Equity tobacco warehouse here Mrs Kate Hines returned Mon day from a visit with relatives in Breckenridge county Jeff Board who is buying tobacco at Caneyville came down Sunday to visit his family t Mrs Sarah Collins Smith of Mc Henry was here Sunday Dr M T McDowel Dundee was Ii in town Wednesday 0 P Willis has bought a lot near thetobaccp warehouse and will erect a residence this spring VlRural Carrier l lI Kuykendoll was in Hartford Wednesday I GC lagan and wife of Olaton visited their daughter Mrs R C i I Duff Saturday and Sunday Fountain Woosley of Shrewsbury who has been visiting his daughter Mrs 0 P Willis returned home Thursday A business change of importance took place here recently The firms jof F Renfrow Co dry goods Kirby Renfrow groceries and furniture J B Renfrow hardware sand W A Wimsatt saddler and harness have combined their busi ness enterprises under one manage ment and will do business under the firm name of F Renfrow Co The business has been incorporated with a stock of twenty thousand dollars An election of officers was had Wednesday at which J B Ren frow was elected President 0 D Fentress Vice President and A K Renfrow Secretary and Treasurer and general manager The new firm is backed by am pie capital and its officers are business men of ca pacity and experience and their success is assured The hardware stock fcas been moved into the large grocery building and the house for merly occupied by the hardware stock has been stacked with a heavy shipment of furniture Work Horses For Sale On Monday the 4th day of March Black Birkhead will offer for sale at their stable in Hartford 12 or 15 good work horses and mares Will sell either privately or at public auction LLLwarsataosror to tab let form garsaparilla U now put up In choco called Sanatabs as well as la the usual liquid fern Sarsatabs haTe identically same curative properties as the form acen racy of dose conrenlenee loss J7eTap prompUrb COMING TERM OF OHIO CIRCUIT COURT About The Usual Number of lieu r i Suits Large Docket Ii of Continued Cases YC Today is the last day for filiri Circtiie Ziafileresince the last term of court am there are about 115 equity and 7f ordinary cases on the docket whirl were continued from the last tern of court besides which there is t large Commonwealth docket to bt disposed of wouldkfor the fact that high water kept litigants and witnesses from attend ingduring the November term oj court The jury trials of civil cases areas follows DAY Walter J Kern vs the Kentucky Light Power Co W L Wallace vs I C R R Co SECOND DAY Mrs D A Rhoads et al vs J T Funk Et al- A D Beck vs Green River Chemical Co J E Danks vs Same W F Bratcher vs Same H J Harper vs Same THIRD DAY Western Mfg Co vs Sproule BrosJames Sullenger vs G B Likens administratorC vs Al H E R R Co FOURTH DAY I WardenMaryWm Greer vs I C R R Co W L Chambliss vs I C R R Co FIFTH DAY Y L Moseley admr et al vs Chas D Brown Ernest Woodward vs Messenger Publishing Co James DeWeese vs Same R H Brown vs M H E R R Company SIXTH DAY McCormick Harvesting Machine Co vs C G Kimbley A Haden Westerfield vs M H E R R Co The criminal docket will appear in these columns next week- HERBERT Feb IS Walter Medcalf has gone I to Missouri to make his future home and Madam Rumor says to marry Alfred Bruner Brandenburg has returned home after visiting his RiceI a farm and moved onto same Mr Elias Lyons and wife and Myrette Burdett were the guests of I R 11 Miller and family Sunday afternoon i Mrs Fannie Tuttle of Philpott is visiting her sister Mrs Wm Ford and other relatives Miss Burdett and sister i Virgie May visited relatives at Pell ville Saturday and were accompa nied home by their cousins Katie May and Sadie Burdett who remain over Sunday ledChristopher Stewart and Frank Chambers went to Blackford Satur day Misses Bee Miller and Pearl Bruner TajlorII Virgil Millers family and Mrs Edna Duncan spent Sunday at Jas FordsHenry Milligan and wife spentSun day Mr and Mrs Will Stewart I Mr and Mrs Karl Floyd visited the family of Hardin Floyd Whites= I ville Saturday night Mrs Dell Corley and children are Pure BloodIs certain if you take Hoods Sarsaparilla This great medicine cures those eruptions pimples And boils that appear at all seasons v cures scrofula sores salt rheum or eczema adapts itself equally well to and also cures dys pepsia and all stomach troubles cures rheu jnatisni and catarrh cures nervous troubles debility and that tired feeling Hoods tablets the liquid besides eecniotilino and FIRST Miss Myrette with Mrs O K Tfler Bnrlin ton Vi sari The cares a lam farm a- anneh to do ud so little health to It breakdownlittle sleep Hoo l s Sanaparilla IIIoYe appetite sueotta todo all em1wokI he si diJJLAXTEED under the Food and Drugs Act Jane 30 1906 No 324 it with alum food by the use of poor baking a pure muffin cake or biscuit ready when they IIn Tofre sure of the purity you must use I ROYAL Royal makes a difference in home a in your a difference in your cooling is I the guests of Guy Hintonand wife today RENDER Owensboroji W A Penick Louisville was here I last Wednesday Miss Minnie Lee Tinsley went toI i Hopkinsville last Wednesday for a j few week visit among relativesI W H Minor Central City wasI here last Thursday II W W Grider Bowling Green was here last Thursday Sam James Sr was in Powderly Ion business last Thursday- J H Brown Central City wasI here last FridayIMrs McDowell Fair and Elizabeth Jones were in last Friday HartfordIi Rev F G Jones was here last Saturday IIHartford Jones was in Hartford lastI II Kline Powderly was the IIlastMcDowell Fair was in Hartford last Sunday Miss Anna Robison went to Hart ford yesterdayiMrs Mahalia Warren went to IISwas here today Prof Ronda Wade Hartfordwas here on business today r J R Jarnagan was in Beaver Dam todayThe mumps is all the rage here now and most of the people are having a swell time i Simon Stephens has returned from Northern Pennsylvania after an ab sence of ten weeks where he had been visiting relatives He was accompanied home by his cousin MissI Avis Evans of Williamsport Pa who is now the guest of her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs James Stephens Central CityIThe mines here are working quite slack owing to scarcity of railroad I cars I ROCKPORT I Feb20Mr Harry Waddell of I Central City is in our town in the interest of the Beaver Dam planing I mill Company Dr J S Smith McHenry was in Rockport Tuesday 1 Rev E V Tadlock filled his regu lar appointments at thePresbyterian 1 church Sunday and Sunday night j Mr Bert Parker of Boonville Ind is visiting Mr and Mrs George child of Mr and Mrs Walter Browning was buried Monday andddaughtervisiting heW o Mr L Py Jones who has made hishome in Rockport for the past t Y tt r Witlheft th rhiiareft pORe hOM i SchooLThey l something from the pantry You remember the hunger you had Home cooking counts for much in the childs health do not imperil pow- derlIIave delicious homemade PAIr I your difference bealtb ROYAL absolutely Pure SaturdaySimon SaturdayMrs BohannanThe year left Monday for Evansville Ind where he is to take a position similar to the one he has held here Mr Dan Erndee who has been in Mississippi is visiting in Rockport Mr and Mrs Robert Blades left 4 Monday to visit friends at Penrod Mr Willie Russell of Beaver Dam was at home Sunday Mr Dudley Tanner of Morgan town has been visiting relatives here E P Barnes U t Bros M Early Spring Arrivals New things for spring are here and others ar riving daily Never in the history of the mercan tile business have the patterns in all classes of fab rics beenso attractive as the productions for this season Dress Goods Our Woolen 1 Press materials in Fancy Mohairs Panamas and all other leading fabrics for Spring are now on display Prices at per yard 25c 50c 75c 100and 125 Good line of New Ginghams Spring Ginghanis at per yard IJOe and 15c Shoes I taskIgive you style workmanship and satisfactory seryice Come to us for your hoesrU American Beauty Corsets Our Spring line is all here All the new mod els are representhd and every Uorset is positively guaranteed to give satisfaction The price is 1- Ourlineof c 60c Corsets is also Complete andsome of the same models are to be found in this line as are in the one dollar line 7 Beaver Date el i h c t 1 v SS t 4 pVO + x j Y i d oQou4o tq 1 i b3- tq b- iI r t 1 F 9 bt 41 airs 1Nt i J f j3 I h r i SprtegJL oO S E b- tJi tt La OP 4Il tOwing to the Heavy uclvances iiYcotton andd silk it- r fry fabrics we placed our orders for our future needs in 5J JJ these lines several months ago hence we are able to t allow you the NEW SPRING at the old t- f ir 8 price Anticipate your SPRI1GNJEDS and bt 8 come direct to us for the LATENT baM r bit l w r 1 w 8 New Woolen Goods 1 for Spring jj S Never before were they prettier Our Woolens at tfi 60c are superior in quality and width to anywe bt = hive had heretofore Our 75c and 1 Woolen Mix j ur sand Plaids are just what you want for Easter bt J wear McCalls Patterns in stock as well as compe = tent and painstaking salesladies to assist you in 4q 47 your selections v i fi bbt 14 Fairs Embroideries 1 i 4 Why pay15c i 20c and 25c rOlE lbriderieswhen bti Jj you can come to us and get exact patterns at lOc = and 12ic Over 5000 yards of beautiful desirable bit 41 patterns to select from Do yvovuk spring sewing = = now Dont worry in warm weather Good selec = 49 tions of Long Cloths Lonsdale Cambric and Bleach bit + es always in stock ti b 4fibit4fi = Fairs New Ginghams = fi With many merchants it has been a question of b = getting these goods at any price By sheer luck we g landed ours and have them now in stock to showb1 8 you The patterns are beautiful and there cer j H f S tainly nothing more serviceable for early wear = 4fi Come to us for the new line bbit fibit8 Fairs 5cand I Oc Basement S At all times chock full of useful articles in China = 4fl Glassware Graniteware Woodenware Tinware Etc b 8 that no housewife can do without Come and look = 4will soon convince you that we are selling 20c and = Art 2oc articles for only 5c and lOcobitft W1 4 AT fi J5 The Bargain Center t 4 4 = = Ifi i49 bit bit i TILLERSbrFfiWill Make no Mistake by Visiting the Reliable bt H and Well Known Firm ofbf1 = WILLIAMS MILLER i 1q 1q For anything they needon the farm They j It 8 handle Plows of all kinds und makes Disc t- fi J Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and i = walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and gj fbuggies for young folks and old folks bit It In Addition bJi We have the bet equippedshop in Ohio A 49 j fitted with the atest improved machinery and aps JJ pliances and besjdes all kinds of general Blacksmith g in firstclass shape that other49 ing can do many jobs i shops cannot do at all Everything at very moder g 49 ate prices Ifi bt 1 gJi l Hartford Republican UDAY FEBRUARY 22 t ngtsdiritraiRalar6dTlme Tablet rJ lfeithfeun BenndAduUSI n W- NoUdeell88 NoJ8dlte 8085 m No 121 p m No 101 due 248 p PI ko1O24 e4a8pm Notat dup8ME Mr I T M Stewart 13eiia Galled- w o see Tuesday r fI i Y e t urti Ut gr sale I1ic Y f t j 1r of 1i vsly U t ut L 6 AS v t h btb lit bit bt lit bt bit bt 3 bit bit bit hi- L bbt Mr S P Ranney Cromwell call ed to see us Monday Mr M J Williams made us a pleasant can Monday Everything cheap daring our Skiddoo sale CARSON CQ You certainly will take advantage of our Skiddod sale IJ CARSON Co For Scholarship m the Bowling tthiaofficePostmaster J Do Williams oaf Uprtfhl I t J j I 11 y rr Po fIf h7r WtG I Tuesclaytopleasant caller We L hdpeybu will attend our Skid doo saleftFelbruarylG to 23rdIi titit CARSON v Co FORS LEA good milch cow with young calfW E Newbolt Hart ford Ky i RockportlnLouis Gunther Mrs Clarence Keown Earlington Ky is the guest of her mother Mrs Julia Wedding Good time to buy an Overcoat or a Suit during our Skiddoo sale CARSON Co I Get your Clothing Cleaned and Pressed at Pearls Pantiorium at Y M CA rooms 1 FOR SAIEA pair of good farm mules eight years oldfCAL P KEOWN Hartford Ky Mrs Wm Fair left the first of the week for eastern markets to pur chase spring millinery Dont wait but come now to our ClosingOut sale LONG Cogs ECONOMY STORE The fine weather has had the effect of reviving the work on the new railroad in many sections Mr Henry Baltzell of the East Beaver Dam neighborhood was a pleasant caller Wednesday Mr Ernest Stewart city was the of his brother Dr J D Stewart Dundee Tuesday Mr W P Allen Hawesville was the guest of Judge and Mrs John B Wilson the first of the week FOR SALEA scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Call on or address THE REPUBLICAN Read our ClosingOut Hadon page 8 of THE REPUBLICAN today LONG Cos ECONOMY STORE Get your Fertilizers Field Seeds Farming Implements c from D L D Sanderfur Beaver Dam Ky We will have bargains in every department and for every buyer during our Skiddoo saleCARSON Co IProf A E Ellis has closed a very school atNuckols McLean I county and returned to his home near Hartford Dont fail to attend our Skiddoo sale Saturday February 16 to Sat urday February 23rdCARSON Co Misses Ira and Stella Mills of the Kinderhook neighborhood visited Miss Emma E Parkcity last- i Tuesday night IMrs Carrie Newbolt in company t Mary Belle Jones of the H B I visited Miss Eva Allen and her aunt Miss Emma E Park last Tuesday evening A new uptodate stock of goods for sale Good store good people good school countyseat and new railroad LONG Co- Hertford Ky Messrs Black Birkhead keep in their employ an experienced emI balmer and funeral director who is prepared to meet allrequirements at any hour 30tf Go to Moore Orabtree for first class Kraut Pickles Buckwheat Flour or anything in the family grocery line They will treat you right Will also exchange goods for butter and eggs 7t2 The Grain Growers Association of Ohio county will meet at Hartford March 4th 1907 All A S of E people who have grain for sale are requested to be on hand or send a representative5J11 AUSTIN Pres A meat house which was compos ed three of rooms two of which were used forstorage belonging to W A Brown of the Matanzas neighbor1 hood caught on fire Monday night and was practically destroyed The loss consisting of a quantity of meat some sheep farming implements arid two buggies Mr James Henderson one of the oldest residents of Hartford died Wednesday evening at 8 oclock at the residence of Mr H P Taylor where he had made hishonte for the past several years of troubles inch dent ofQld age Mr Henderson was a son of Charles Henderson who was County Court Clerk of Ohio I county for probably 25 years soon ter the Bountys establishment interment took place at 0akwppd at28oocJock II rOf 1 fSI vi TUdgeB Taylor is ill of the I grip at his home on Oraysyreet Mr Spurgeon Foster Horse Branchwas a pleasant caller last Friday v Hartford Sunday Schools are mak ing a splendid record The four schools had an attendance of 327 last Sunday After being confined to his room about two weeks on account of sick ness Postmaster Wood Tinsley is able to be out again Mr I S Mason Superintendent MutualLife pleasant caller last Friday Call on Moore Crabtree for first class Sorghum pure Apple Vinegar and all kinds of family groceries Will sell as cheap as can be bought anywhere 1 Have your Fire Insurance Policy issued by Barnett Smith They represent only the best companies and will write your policy at their office while you wait The local Y M C A has placed a table and a number of magazines in the pool room through the cour tesy of Mr OBrien and the public lis welcome to use them FOR SALE50 acres of land on pike between Hartford and Beaver Dam one mile from Hartford All in good state of cultivation Apply to M L Heavrin Hartford for terms etc 31t4u r Mr L E Eyerly Matanzas was a pleasant caller while in town Tues day Mr Everly has sold his storet at Matanzas and will locate in Hart ford in the near future Mr JosephT Wallace died at his home near Beda Tuesday after a lingering illness of stomach trouble Mr Wallace was fiftyeight years of age and was one of the countys best citizens I will offer for sale on February 28 1907 at my farm near Hickory church all of my personal property consisting of horses cattle sheep hogs farming implements house hold and kitchen furniture hay and corn L A SANDERFUR Messrs John T Moore the popular cashier of the Bank of Hartford County Clerk W S Tinsley and Edi tor C lI Barnett were in Louisville the first of the week to be in attend ance at an important meeting of Kosair Temple of Shrines- WANTEDGentlemen or lady with good references to travel by mil or with a rigfora firm of 250 00000 capital Salary 107200 per year and expenses salary paid weekly and expenses advanced Address with stamp Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky 10m6 Birkhead who have pur IBlackthe A C Taylor stock of un goods including the fine funeral car have added new caskets and supplies and are prepared to TheyIat mo reasonable prices 30tf N Messrs Bennett and Anderson composed of Hon A S Bennett and Mr S A Anderson who have been General Agents of the Pacific Mu tual Life Insurance Co for Ken tucky have resigned and Mr Ben nett will take up his duties as Secretary of Republican State Central Committee and Mr Anderson will resume his law business at Hartfordi with Barnes Anderson gencrI added a full line of Undertaker roods from the finest casket to the procured can a professional embalmer who guarantees all work in that line have a fine funeral car and will at tend all funerals in person Calls an swered day ornight Laying out and dressing a specialty Of J P HARRISON Beaveribam Ky 31t4 A numberof the blacksmiths of the county met here Wednesday and organized an association known as theQio County Blacksmiths Associatiojwhich has for its pur pose r of the interests wereJBennettjfjfess Moseley R LTweed dell R Hi Gillespie Bob Lawrence and Wooch PhIPPs Mr Williams was etectied President and R L winImeet agairu Friday1 March 1 at2 oclock gjri at theY M 1 1 roomsm BartfordjilJfj i 0 I J ICome to the I ClosingOut Sale ToDay And ToMorrow And buy Clothing for 25 per cent less on the dollar than cost IT I Suits Overcoats Boys Suits eyI Odd Pants I SAM BACH I h AA I F D BAUGHN j IHas Just Returned from the Eastern Markets IWhere He Has Finished Buying a Complete Line Of FllrflishillgsL u For His New sore In HARTFORD 0I firstiand see the most uptodate line of IIcome ever shown in Hartford Styles the latest quality best and prices the low est rnyrServices at tke Methodist church were well attendedlastSonday morn ing and evening and Rev Lewis preached able es well as interesting Sermons At the morning services Mr and Mrs AJec Barnett and Mr and Mrs C M Barnett joined by letter and Mr Leslie Hoover joined on profession of faith Following his tcustom Ret Lewis preached at the evening seevEce on Methodist faith and belies Dr E W FonlSupt 6C the Bap tint Sunday SchttiL of Hartford I r RevJWhitesvilleleft ConventionRevHartford Baptist church hadal ready preceded them on the same Suptofbutwasprevented t1shItcq 1 00000b00000000r r tan tl t A Boston schoolboy was weakand sicklyI I His arms were soft and flabby He didnt have a strong muscle in his tentire body The physician who hadattended ithe family for thirty years prescribed Scotts Emulsion 0 NOW 8To feel that boys arm you would think he was apprenticed to a blacksmithII 1ALL DRUGGISTS 6Oo AND 100 0000000000000000000000 REPUBLICAN CONVENTION TO BE HELD JUNE 19 Senator AS Bennett Elected Sec retary of State Committee Without Opposition The Republican State Conventon will be held in Louisville Wednesday June 19 probably at the Coliseum when a complete State ticket will be nominated Delegaates to the con vention will be selected at mass con ventions to be held in each county in the State Saturday June 15 This action was taken last Thurs day afternoon at the meeting of the State Central Committee which was held at Louisville It was a victory for the advocates of a late convention the time being deferred as late as possible The committee men fromthe cities wanted the con vention to be held the last week in Mayor the first week in June while the membes from the country de manded a late convention Some of the members wanted the convention held July 12 but a compromise was effected and all were satisfied Aside from fixing the time and place for the convention the com mittee elected Senator A S Bennett of Ohio county as Secretary to suc ceed Thomas L Walker of Lexing ton resigned and adjusted several minor matters notably the difference existing between members of the committee in the Twentysixth Ju dicial District Senator Bennetts name was the only one presented to the committee and his election was by a unanimously vote Harmony was in evidence at the meeting of the committee Among those who spoke on the question as to the time of the con vention were C 11 Barnett of Ohio county H C McKee of Mt Sterling Representative J F Bos worth of Middlesboro David Gad dy of Larue county Dr William Turner of Bowling Green Frank M Fisher of Paducah Judge T J Sparks of Greenville and Charles F Herden of Middlesboro Most of them favored an early convention although some of them urged that the convention be held the first week in June Indias Magnet Plant There has been discovered in the forests of India a plant which pos sesses astonishing magnetic power The hand which breaks a leaf from it immediately receives a shock equal to that which is produc ed by the conductor of an induction coil At a distance of twenty feet a magnetic needle is affected by it and it will be quite deranged if brought near The energy of this singular influence varies with the hours of the day Allpowerful about 2 oclock in the afternoon it is absolutely annulled during the the night At times of storms its intensity amounts to striking pro portions Birds and insects never alight on this plant A weeks treatment for rheuma tism arid bladder troubles for 25 cents That is what you get in a small box of DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Nothing else so good for all troubles caused by impure blood Sold by all druggists m Mr P W Gillstrap Dies at Greenville- A most shocking and unexpected occurred on the street here Monday says a Greenville correspon lMiJpv M Dexters store up the street when r rr d v qt1 felldeath in front of G E Count Ihe saw him stagger and catch at the of his store and sprang to to his assistance but before he could reach him he had fallen face for ward on the street Dr T J Sla ton Mr Countzler and others im mediately carried him into the drug store but he had passed beyondall human aid He died of heart trou ble Mr Gillstrap was a quiet industrious man about 60 years old and leaves a wife and six children He moved here from Ohio county two years ago He had been a con sistent member of the Methodist church for many years His remains were taken for burial to his old home near Cromwell Wednesday The widow and children have the sympa thy of the entire community in their lossNo false pretense has marked the carrel of Elys Cream Balm No idle promises of reward for cases it will not cure Being entirely harm less it is not responsible like the ca tarrh snuffs and powders for minds shattered by cocaine The great positive virtue of Elys Cream Balm is that it speedily and completely cures nasal catarrh and hay fever Back of this statement is the testi mony of thousands and a reputation of many years success All druggists 50c or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren St New York Printing Office Donts Never send articles for publica tion without giving thy name for thy name often secures publication of a worthless article Thou shouldst not rap at the door of a printing office for he that heareth the rap sneereth in his sleeve and loseth time Thou shouldst never read the copy on the printers case or sharp and hook container thereof or he may knock you down Never inquire of the editor the news for behold it is his business to give it to thee at the appointed time without asking for it It is not right that thou shouldst ask who is the author of an article for it is his duty to keep such things to himself When thou dost enter his office take heed of thyself that thou dost not look at what may concern thee not for that is not meet in the sight of good brec ling Neither examine thou the proof sheet for it is not ready to meet thine eye that thou mayest under standPrefer thy own town paper to any other and if thou hast not al ready done so subscribe for it in advance and it will be well with thee and thine They Go Together Good tillage of the land and im proved live stock go together The scrub and slovenly agriculture are ever found together Fine breeding is a big item but there is no doubt that much of the breed is in the corn crib The finelybred animal can be con verted into a scrub by neglect the beast we have has been made by a long course of care and foresight All this means study and determi nation The breeder must steadily do as he sees should be done He must select and discard It is likely that sacrifices will have to be made The temptation to sell the best and keep the worst will have toberesist- ed by all who would continueon the rising grade in this service 048OR4Doan thetheKind You Ha 81AlwajfS Bought Signature Y4 I ot t YyY GREJT ENTERPRISE Exposition Work Progressing Famously In Louisville l J HUGH ENTHUSIASM ON ALL SIDES Louisville Business Men Do Work of the Greater Louisville Exposition Which Opens March 18 For Two WeeksMovement One of Interest to the Whole State Filled with exhibits representing many varied lines of manufacturing Industry the Greater Louisville Expo sition will open In the vast Armory of the First Kentucky Regiment in Lou Isvllle on March 18 The plans of the Exposition Company have matured rapidly since November 21 when the enterprise was officially launched and when the organization of the exposi tion forces was begun With no idea of profit but with the purpose of showing to all sections of this great state what 4ts metropolis can do and Is doing the members of the Louisville Commercial Club went Into the exposition work and the peo ple of this and all other sections of Kentucky as well as in the South and Southeast will find there much of pleasure and of profit The awaken ing of Louisville has been evident to all lovers of Kentucky and now Lou A T MACDONALD President of the Greater Louisville Exposition Company Who First Proposed the Exposition Plan Isvllle is making ready to entertain all Kentucky in particular and all other people in general besides at tho same time showing what she has ac complished Louisville occupies the first place ill many lines of manufacturing industry besides being very near the top in very many others From all these lines there came at the call of the Exposition Company hundreds of ex poslton workers who gave of their time their thought and their labor to filling the vast building with the elaborate exhibits which will be seen there from March 18 to 30 Foremost among the many indus tries In Louisville stands the tanning trade with its allied lines There are thirteen immense tanneries In Louis vide and these furnish leather to scores of manufacturing plants requiring leather as raw material Those In Louisville who know have declared that Louisville leather represented in the Greater Louisville Exposition will furnish deep surprise for exposition visitorsIn manufacture of agricultural Implements and farm wagons Louis vine takes second place to no city Three magnificent plants turn out a wonderful array of lavorsavlng de vices for the planter while an Im mense wagon factory the largest In the world ships Its products not only north south east and west through out this broad land but to other coun tries as well- Millions of yards of cloth In varied textures are cut yearly by the clothing factories in Louisville Within the past decade Louisville has taken a rec ognized poslton as one of the principal centers In the manufacture clothing There Is no city In the Union where Louisvillemade garments are not worn In the manufacture of food products no less than in the other necessaries t f life Louisville stands out as a pre eminent center ExpositionCompan Kentucky to go to the exposition and the railroads serving those people have established a rate of one faro for the round trip during the exposi tion period The Lee Llne Company and Louisville Efansvlllo Packet Company have made a rate of a tare and n third Including meals and state room for he the same period while the Louisville Cincinnati Packet Company lifts announced that the tato will be one fare for the exposition period exclusive of meals and stateroom and the Exposition Company offers besides the Interest in the exposition two dally concerts by the fa I mous band of the Neapolitan band master Creatore and other excellent features for the low admission rate of twentyvccents Imitations of the Greater Louisville evldence I will follow LouIsvilles lead according to the latest advicesftrom the city on thofKaw + Rt t I t et d i I Great Meti Kind Many instances of kindness lohu I man beings and humane treatment of animals are cited in Washington Lincoln and all the great heroes of the world These men lived for great things did great things and were too great to be guilty of the small peevish acts of the unkind and inhumane People who are unkind to animals or to human beings must have disagreeable qualities which will make them unpopular when theygrowup and people who shoot and kilJ innocent helpless things for pleasure are not yet civilized CASTORIAFor I I Till Kind YON Han Always tonghf Bears the- Bigastare y vCgLzof J Equity Dues There is some misunderstanding concerning the fine that is imposed on members who do not pay their dues within a reasonable time If the dues for 1907 are not paid by April 1 then the member is fined 10 cents which fine is paid into the lo cal union treasury If another three months go by without the dues or the fines being paid another ten cent fine is added to the fine already imposed and so on at the end of each quarter an additional fine often i cents is imposed and all arrears and fines must be paid before member can be reinstated in goodI standinglAbraham Lincoln And so they buried Lincoln Strange and vain Has any creature thought of Lincoln hidfIn any vault neath any coffin lid In all the years since that wild spring of pain irris falsEhe never in the grave hath lain You could not bury him although you slid Upon his clay the Cheops Pyramid Or heaped it with the Rocky Mountain chain They slew themselvesthey but set Lincoln free In all the earth his great heart beats as strong Shall beat while pulses throb to chivalry And burn withhate of tyranny and wrong Whoever will may find him any where Save in the tomb Not therehe is not there TJAMES MCKAY SURE CURE For All WMMM LIVER KIDNEYS I 1 J ALL GOOD THINGS J must win uppn their merits The International Dictionary has 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styled Mlle Antonia Somnambule lixtralucido Her mother called her Zette her real name was Suzanne She was a pretty girl riot very large with fair complexion and long black hair that she let float about her during her consultations though ordinarily she wore itJn a loose coil upon the nape of a neck that was perfect Never having done much work her hands were delicate and well shaped She was enough ofa cok q tte to wish to them so She had a finelymodeled form and tQ have seen her simply dressed in some quiet color tho gait of a wise little workwoman ono would never have suspected her strangq sailing Her mother Mme Fluory was as little like others of her class as her laughter About her there was nothing in common with the shrews who frequent fairs in red dresses and Along the route persons stared in amazement at this queer coach all covered with garlands of flowers There was some one who was all devotion to Zette and her mother It was a young gymnast of two mud twenty in a large traveling cir 2us that had very nearly the same itinerary as Mme Fluory His name was Jacques but on the playbills they spelled it Jack He was ex eedingly handsome and of no common type There was fire in his eyes and much intelligence in his smile There was too much tenderness in this same smile especially when he spobj to Zette His love for this pretty brunetteso unlike any oth 2r woman he had seen about him in his wandering lifewas very sin cereNear her he felt himself quite mother man to what he was in the ircus There was such an atmos phere of honesty surrounding Zette that his own manners when with her were altogether different from what they had been and he was astonished at how well they became him Then too he had dreamed of be ing loved by this sweet girl andof never being separated from her admirablyHisperhaps he might enter one of the treat circuses of Lyons or Paris It would be charming to find so sweet i little wife awaiting his coming after his work was done He had often spoken to Zette of these plans He her so dearly thatit could not be possible she lid not love him at least a little Zette always listened silently vis bly touched by what she heard and sayYesasking with such pleading in his yes Will you be my wife Zette the replied very gravely No Then Jacques would be astonish d Why not Could it be that she lid not believe him when he said he loved her that she had no con idcnce in him that she did not love ismYes Ilovc you Zette answered sweetly but I do not wish to mar- y you whyOnelamed her for refusing the handof leis brave lad Listen mother she said 1 adore Jacques and I believe I shall always remain single because I do riot wish to marry him Do you re member the day when we went to ether to the circus I saw as we jntered how all the women who wore there turned their lorgnettes toward him and afterward they smiled and talked about him and iricd to attract his attention by applauding him I ought perhaps to have been proud to think that this man whom they all wanted loved me and that I had only to say the word myheartousy I wanted to tear the lorgnettes away from these women what I suffered that evening I understood how much more I might suffer if we were married No that annot be He is tqo handsome See Suppose some day when he had grown tired of me one of these women should take hhn from me I would die surely You know now yesBut obstinate refusal which he could not ex plain Jacques came every dn He no longer mentioned the subject to Zette understanding that he was ontending a fixed resolve jxccpt onto when he said to her You will not have me Zette and I do not wish any other Woman some day though you may change onlyholdLet us be married and it willmake mo happy Xl Sq after thus simplx settling the affair Jacques was a brother in 1 a- T f J of 11 C t thc house It was he who in the springtime pitted the seeds in the boxes upon the little balcony it was he who twined the tendrils about the wires and it was he who at all seasons furnished the gilded porcelain vases that held the flow ers These flowers were a great luxury to Zette This state of things did not long continue however The young girl was now twenty and Jacques twen presentedhiscus It was the last day of a long continued fair and Zette and her mother had nothing to do So they decked themselves in their best and went early Mme Fluory was muchamused with the horses the rope dancers the clowns the trained dogs Zette thought only of Jacques whose name on the programme occupied line to itself and whose apparatus was liniiiiinir upat the top of the high tent consisted of liars with copper balls that shone a maze of trapezes ropes and pulleys and the young girla little frightened inquired if it all was secure performance appearedHesilk tights that displayed to advan tage his superbly molded form and for the rest his costume consisted of a black satin calecon spangled with gold After having responded by a bow to the applause of the crowd and by a smile to lottos smile he darted up trapeze1ho were gone through with amid prolonged bravos for the handsome gymnast was a favorite and it was trula pleasure to see him nctthe supple body so pliant yet so marvelously exact in its movements Then there came silenceeven- the orchestra was still It was to be the hit of the even ing and a new feat that was to give an added glory to the circus He was to leap from one trapeze to an other with his face and head cover ed then suddenly drop from his stretchedBelowswinging with a regular movement Jacques standing on a little board his head enveloped in a black vel vet bag put forth his hand blindly The crowd held its breath The man was going to jumphe had jumped A piercing cry rent the air Missing the second trapeze which Jacquesfellfrail to support his weight and striking upon the seats he rolled to the ground where he lay motion lessWith a cry of horror Zette sprang to her feet rigidand ale her eyes fixedupon the spot where the men were now carrying away the apparently lifeless body of her friend Then suddenly seizing her moth ers arm Come she said in a hol low voice Breaking through the crowd the two women reached the stables but longIlistening to what was said around them but no one knew anything Finally Mme Fluory saw a clown whom she recognized us one of Jacques friends He was just com ing out of the refreshment room when she called him The net broke the force of the fallsaid the min whose face look paintTimelife and that this ends for him his profession as a gymnast Poor fel ow he has something laid up dayMine at Zette She was very pale and her eyes were fixed upon the man as he spoke as though trying to find if ho At goAnd by a sesI she left the circus The two women did not speak as they traversed the grounds of the fair and thcwere still silent as they ascended their own little stair way But when Mme Fluory had lighted the candle she saw Zette sitting beside the bed with a strange smile on hor lips She felt frighten ed for her and went to her Of what are you thinking little daughter she asked trying to re assure herself uponherlike gesture marryJacquesFrench Ediths Guess Little Edith belongs to a famil where the boys go to college and the girls to female seminaries Slit keeps careful track of all the do ings at both places She often hears words thatare too big for her It being fioldday for the class in geology sumoWas asked what till girls were going for Ohsaid slit I spose theyre after theological specimens I r- k a- Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness coon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or diseasedKidney trouble has become so prevalent that It Is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted withweak kid If the child urinates too often If the urine scat- reaches tae flesh or It when the child an age when It should be able to control the passage It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it tho cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and tho first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well as men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the tramp great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It is sold by druggists in fifty tIV cent and one dollar sizes You may have a T u sample bottle by mail free also pamphlet tell Home of swampnoot ing all about it including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kllmera SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Yon every bottle REAL ESTATEIf dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us Note These Bargains Ninety acres of land on Rough river near Clear Run 3 bottom land Good new four room house with large halland veranda New barn and nice young orchard Two neverfailing wells A 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber 2 miles from Green river 1A miles from Paradise 4 miles from Echols 5 miles from Rockport 8 miles from McHenry Has good five room dwelling barn 50x50 plenty of water small orchard price 900- Splendid two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated on lot l acre Aout buildings and good water Price reasonable One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain 40J acres near White Run adjacent to the I C R R half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared goodorchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application- A farmer of 120 acres on the Rochester and Rockport road two miles North of Rochester 75 acres Green river bottoms rest good hill 45 acres in fine shape for cultivation this year rest well kept Good dwelling and out buildings all kinds of fruit and one of the best water ed places in the county 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch 1 C R R 70 acres up land bal bottom will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About GO acres in timber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance on easy payments New two story frame dwelling in Hartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 feet front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fredrica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain The 84 acre tract of land recent ly purchased by J H Hickman of Owensboro from the trustee of H C Powers situated in the Concord neighborhood five miles east of HartfordList property with us We will find a buye- rBURNETT It SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky y- are caused by Indigestion If you eat a little too much or if you atc subject to attacks o Indigestion you havo no doubt beataheartburnIndigestion causes tho stomach to expand swell and puff up against the heart This crowds and inter I feres with its action and in the course ol time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol iSA81 noo J I ForyDyspepsia digests what you eat takes the strain o9 nourishmentI SourImembranes lining tho Stomach and Diges i live Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach i I myfoodwoulddistressmebymatdngmy A ImmIl1Jala I I Cure for about lour months and It cured me I D KAUBLE Nevada 0 I Digests What You Eat Bilttri indigitlon Mparsd at lDa Lab soar ttomach blch or orrofEOJ wm leg er artc CoCt le goU8A SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS u r WJIh1 C 1TOhio County Circuit Court TP UlrkhtmU Judge lien D KlDROAttorney Oscnr Mldklff Jailer Ed 0 Harmon Clerk Frank L Felix Mutter Com mlavloner V L Moeeley Trustee Jury Fund n nMiirtln Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sherlff8A Itrntiher L I Crowder E II Ma Jun Grant MondaynhertwowsTlnsleyClerkEMlVoodwnrd fold JWCourt convene drat Monday In each month MondayinCourt of Claims Convened drat Monday In Jan OctoberOther VoWeSchoolCoronerJln o =iaotleao Courts 23September 25September SeptemberW 1C Edge Fordsvllle March 2S June 2 September 27 Derem ber 2S- li S Cuamberlnln Ileda Mnrcb 21 Jun September 2S December 29 Herbert tender Centertown Mnrch 30 JOB 29 September 2l December 30 30SeptemberHartford Z clico Coxxxt Attorneyrenew second Monday In each month ServlconMSunday In each mouth at 11 a in and 7pm second Sunday nt 711 in and fourth Sllnln r lit 11 n m nud7pin Prayer nlPltln1i every Wednesday evening Itev J A Lewis 1astorI- liiptlHt Church Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday nlghft anti fourth Snmliiy nail Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening llev A B rllnerlntorCServices first Sunday In tac- hnlollthutlllllIInnlfipnI Itev J D liar nedpu tor- Christian Church Services ever first Hnudny WrllhtlnturSchool Trustees Hertford C M Crow J S tilenu Dudley Ford C M Barnett Dr E B PendletonCity J II Ullllnms Mayor C M I Crowe Clerk It E I Mluiuivrtunn Dr E B Pendjton A D Whltu Vm Fair Win BelHl- Dr 11V T ylor Secret Soctoteo- A 0 U W meets rlrst and third Friday nights In eurh month Hartford Lodge No I7A It AMHHOHSOM Monday night In each month Hartford Tent So Hit Ivnight of the Ma ceo bees every Thursday night Rough Inver lmllt olIo Knlghtsof 1jthlo meetsevery Tuesilny night Preston Morton Post No4 O A IL hold rt f nlnr meet Ings Saturday before rlrnt Sunday In ach monthPROCURED I AND DEFENDEDSendmodeir- awaugurpwto fur eiinrt Free dvlC how to obtain patents trade marks copyright etc IN ALL COUNTRIES taut urr direct with Washington tavti timet mono andoften thetalent I ExclusivelyWrite021 Ninth Strait opp Vp1edJtata Patent OOc I WASHINpTtfN D C A Positive CURE CATARRH 17 I Elys quickly Cream absorbed Balm- Is Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes protectstho bran It cures Catarrh and drivos away a Cold in tho flTtfstoresfli DruggistsEly Brothers50 Warren Street Now Yorkl- a i 3 qr z t ttltltM Hni YTllftA4r hr t fir 1 k- It o p1 rF fP f f tNI hT i rF Attt tt t t t 1TrtTt T rkt1WJIIJtc WWrt J I J1Ir JI4 w + JI tttffi1Jllff jI I o r J 1 If I jf i 1 It 11 I it IJ 1 1 a I f r 1 q- bbbf tirt I I IIll II n ui 1111lull ii ii1f Nf pI s I I C L t i iJ 1 r r ret We exyNto 1 st1 p ft aTo I I T I 0 r c J ii w t Within the Next 30 Da I ys t r I + I I 4Dont delay come now the bargains are here for you We will sell stock and furniture at a bargain This is a great opportunity for any I 4 one that wants to go in business You know the stand it cant be beat and you also know of the bright future for Hartford with her new rail 4 railroad and prosperity all around her We wish to thank our good people of Hartford and surrounding country for their liberal patronage and o regret to leave our friends but after considering other propositions we have decided to close out at once Come now for bargains the Stock is new and uptodate i I t LONG L COS Economy Store i E ETFOED IKEN2 CIK 4 i 4 4OMM4a 444444GEISHA GIRLS SMOKE Cigarettes Cigars and Pipes All the Same to Them The most inveterate smoker i smoke bwloudud Japan is the geisha bisquedollmud robwl mouth She smokes cigarott from morning until night 4ind the ihiof use she makes of the Jong flowing sleeves of her beautiful kimono is as receptacles for tpackiitfoa of cigarettes and boxes of matches 1 went with a party of nighttolong in Japan thud everything was strange and new to me so I was in terested in the most ordinary and uninteresting fact that tabakobons and kiserus were brought in along with the neverbcheldbeforc musical instruments and that each girl spent all the time when she was not dancing or singing in earnest devotion to pipeThen come and sit beside us on the floor and try so Everybody very nice and one of these little creatures eeeincd to take a particu lar fancy to me because I was the only young woman in the party dressedcover in most extravagant admira ttion from the bottom of my be TU filed dress to the top of my red lower hut murmuring all the time with the cutest imaginable accent k togetherdwas 4nnese to me and all the time she ii was innocently blowing tobacco smoke in my face oneIthe gentlemen and taking his big Manila cigar out of his mouth calm EvorybodJ purredHrewt the big Englishman saw of that cratolyflnishlll4 amusement One really couldnt ob e ys Jcct to it for she wasnt any bigger guileJessA i i seCLIlike tliit 1 a 0y aasbut I SdpmrtoryP tyA W J inons incmor TraivClm in Les- i lioVWccklv Asked For the Whole Truth Are you a married man asked whonwas u cross stunt No sir replied the witnessIII am a bachelor Very well fir continued the lawyer Now kindly tell the court how long you have been a bachelor and what the circumstances were that induced you to home one Chicago News Moss Tompson Plasterers and contractors satis faction yoaraHiet8 done 29 or Beaver Dam Planing lull 13tf Public Sak- I will on Friday MarcBf 1 1907 at my residencenearSasderfnrs Cross ing offer for sale at public auction all my horses aWe aonrt and hay household and liteien furniture Sale to begin at 10 olCk Terms made known on day of sale HENRY BEHZELL 22t2 Bearer Dam KyI BUFOlfc Feb 20Misses Carrie Magan Verda and Belle BIbro0k visited Johnny Bennett aiJ Jamilyof Pleas ant Ridge Friday night J N Chinn vxuUd relatives and friends in Beaver Dam and in the Goshen neigUn i9Oib returning home Sunday- A E Ellisofl3ieJUeiaader neighborhood liitei JSezeSluaday J S Chinn t f ria lsited Mrs Bettie Richardson andi umly Sun dayMisses Lola AKini anil Carrie Veechof AndeJsanviUav visited I Misses Verda and Bell Holbrook SundayMr ATOIW oar tamwell vis ited his daughter Mrs E BX Magan several days last scab ja Drning home Sunday Bennie Blair Tjsheo Bit Brother Willie Blair of Goslisa tlis irst of I this week- SI J Hu8eey asd J TL ffaas rent to Utica on buarae lORIHomer Turnerirtn to ILivennore Monday with yemf 53 amble I The jouncpeotftjiad Quite a nice J 1 c r pm ty at Ollie Taylors one night last week I R R Cundiff and wife went to Hartford Tuesday Miss Essie Westerfield of AdaI burg visited her sister Mrs Ollie Taylor last week I EGG EGGS EGGS I The growing popularity and In creased demand for Barred Ply mouth Rocks is almost phenomenal They are ready for the table at age less than eight weeks and at the same time are recognized as the very best of layers My pens are made up of cockerels and pullets sired by the most noted prize winners in Kentucky Took all premiums on cockerels and pullets at the Ohio county fair 1906 Eggs from select ed pens 200 per sitting other pens 100 per sitting All orders receive prompt attention MRS C E SMITH Hartford Ky Marriage License The following marriage license have been issued since our last re portAnsel Patton Heflin age 22 to Lizzie Rowan Heflin age 19 John Campbell McHenry age 28 to Joaner Ferguson McHenry age 11 H Kahn Cromwell age 27 to Josie McCoy age 22 Phocian Wade Mc Henry age 23 to Mollie A Chap man McHenry age 20 W J Mercer Render age 38 to M E Rocker Render age 21 Dr J 0 Mb Kenney Tavlor Mines age Mflo Elizabeth M Sandefur Hartford 25 H L Stewart Rosine age57to Sadie Crowder Rosine age 24 I NOTICE Having decided to quitbuis welkethlsmone indebted to us to call at once and settle SM BACH 4 I SCHROADEF SCHOOL HOUSE c Feb 20 Farmers in this section I are very busy sowing opts andblJrn P e V ing plant beds this fine weather Revs Guy and Edge are announc ed to preach at this place next Satur day night and Sunday Mrs W M Schroeder who has been visiting relatives in Butler county fpr sometime past returned I home last Sunday John Filback returned last week from a flying trip out West Mrs John Gray is visiting rela tives at Livermore this week Mr and Mrs F W Acton and daughter Mrs J B York are visit ing relatives at Owensboro this week Is It Your Own Hair Do you pin your hat to your own hair Cant do it Havent enough hair It must be you do not know Ayers Hair Vigor Heres an intro duction May the acquaint ance result in a heavy growth of rich thick glossy hair I Use this splendid hairfood stop your falling hair and get rid of your dandruff- The bet kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty yeara lUd brJ OAtw Co LowauAlso aumuftotunr pf If sARSAPARILLAqers 1 THE SINGERj QR Wheeler WilsofIf in need of a Singer or Wheeler and Wilson Sewing MachIne I will bring one to your houseviEuid show you the work and make prices to suit the times on easy payments t Also have repairs for allmid e4of machine Office atxroy3r d ihce elmllcltedJ f lntl d- s 1 c h t iE 4 Y 1 jt ti 1 i CHEATER LOUIS- VILLEESITfQ ONEFAREFORROUND1RIPBYRAILORRIVER 7 MAR I83O x ATOR BANS 01rnrnNtLyhibirs AM jerGrefi s PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT I t lIP 1VILIBTOUCtta trH F BUToLl I t44- h 1 t lND1w lJyv IoNrr t 14t LETSYOU 1SEE IT ALL f A IjAIf TA1D TERATUI I Su scribe for The Hartfor epu JG nil or I If c j W j Of i y x