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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n 4 i j c IjtFi- ne H i ttzrtf tb 3 ftqublfranDEVOT- ED Job Work TO TILE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription l per Yearl r VOL XIX HARTFORDOHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 8 1907 No 34 f iIII NO SIGN OF LID FOR LOUISVILLE t Failure of Governor to Keep Ia IFaith Inspires Resentment Only Holds Good In Country While It is Violated in Big Cities IJtondeye Loiilsvlllo IIernldl Fallen into disuse has the lid in Louisville and It is now apparent that the efforts of the advocates of Sunday closing will not prevail during the in iBqimbency of the present State adniln Istraflon Since the appointment of County Atorney Robert W Binglmm and Kennedy Helm as special counsel for the State Governor Beckham has done nothing to enforce the Sunday lawFor several weeks now the saloons have been wide open the screens have been dlsprised with and the blinds raised With only two exceptions every saloon In Louisville was open yester and it Is easy to see that the old times aro back again Even at the hotels where tle bars were screened for months after the Sunday closing movement was Inaugurated all formality is dispensed wlthand one can now get drinks with meals or order them at the bar which is wide open Out in the State the Sunday closing law Is rigidly observed lu Owens boro for Instance under the direction of Mayor W M OBryan a Republic an official the lid Is on good and strong Several saloon keepers vio lated the law and they forfeited their licenses to do business and were heavily fined in the Police Court Mayor OBryan says that he has experienced little trouble In enforcing the law The same conditions exist In other Kentucky towns Including Lexing ton MadlsonvllleHemlerspn and Bow ling Green It Is only In Louisville Covington wind Newport that the law Is so flag rantly disregarded During the campaign preceding the Democratic pri mary Gov Beckhanl promised to close the saloons In Louisville on Sunday He made this promise In all of his speeches and thus won the support of not only the antiliquor people but that class of voters who favor Sunday closing In the State It Is generally believed that the lid Is on In Loulsvilleand It Is only recently that the people have lead their eyes open At the Seelbach recently were two prominent Demo cratic politicians who had supported Heckham because of his advocacy of the Sunday closing law They were surprised on their first Sunday In Louisville to find the saloons wide open and doing business as on week lays If the situation in Louisville was Icnown to the people out In the State Gov Beckham would be severely con demnggj said one of the politicians who comes from an antiliquor coun ty The hope for Democratic success In Kentucky next year is to wage tho p campaign on the platform on which Beckham was nominated However people will not be fools enough to take a promise next time they will I have to have results It is evident now that Beckham i was simply making promises during the campaign He has had several nonths to show that he was sincere Ii yet the saloons in Louisville are open The people want the law 1 They want the saloons clos on Sunday If the statutes did give the Governor ample authority then he should have called the legislature in extraordinary session und had the law amended The peo t plo would have supported him but It is nOv apparent that he has broken faith with the people who nominated him He wanted the nomination He got it and is evidently now contented However the voters are yet to be heard tromThe State ticket must be elected this fall Beckhara has given the Republicans an Issue and they will take advantage of it They I will raise the cary of falsb promises and thus arouse the voters The Democratic ticket will be In danger of defeat for scores of voters will scratch the ticket believing that they are voting for Beckham the man who proved faise to his promises Beck ham Believes that he Is not in da- ngerput if the State ticket is de f ate 1 tend even though a Democratic Legislature is elected lie will not go to the Senate No fadelnosy members of the Legislature staunch friends of Sunday closing will never vote for the man who threw them down after he had gotten what he wanted r Among the Lodges Hartford Tent No 99 Knights of the Maccabees had one initiation last night at their regular meeting Plans are being laid for good work this Spring Rough River Lodge No 110 K of P had an interesting meeting Tuesday night and transacted Important work The lodge ordered 100 ad ditional funds placed at Interest Roscoe Render was installed as 1Iof E for the rest of term A committee consisting of Knights J R Pirtle Sam T Barnett and C lf Barnett was appointed to arrange for Memo rial day and rOgrnq At the regular monthly meeting of Hartford Lodge No his F A M Monday night a large attendance of the members was present and also a number of visitors There was work In the first and second de grees Three applications for mem bership were received The Master announced a call meeting for Saturday night to confer the Fellow Craft degree The following com mittee was appointed and directed to take necessary steps to build a new hall C M Crowe C M Bar nett W S Tinsley Rowan Hol brook and M Bean The committee met at Bank of Hartford Wednesday night and organized for work It is the belief of many that the long dreamed of now hall Is about to be a reality Next first Monday night there will be work In the third do gree and a lunc- hHEAVRIN u APPOINTED POSTMASTER HERE Will Succeed Woodbery Tinsley About the First of Next Month M L Heavrln has been appointed Postmaster for Hartford and will probably receive his commission in time to assume charge the first of next month Mr Heavrin is a deserv ing Republican and well qualified for the position We understand he will give his entire time to the duties of the office but we aro not advised as to who will be selected for the two clerkshipsThe Postmaster Mr Woodbury Tlnslcy has held the office air most ten years and goes out of office with a record of which he may well be proud He is respected and loved by every man woman and child in Hartford regardless of politics or religious creed He has given the pat rons of the office a splendid and satisfactory administration and no fault has ever been found with him by the department at Washlngtoon He has also been fortunate in the selection of his assistants All of them have been satisfactory to the public Misses Henrietta Gunther and Edith Carson his present clerks are absolutely per fect in discharge of their duties to the government and In their kind and considerate treatment of the patrons at all times While Mr Tinsley has always been an ardent Republican and has rendered party service of the most valuable character yet his ge nial disposition and consideration for the rights of those who differ with hlmhavo jnade him respected and admired by Democrats and Re IlubllcansallkeWe Mrs Heavrln upon his appointment and wish for him as satisfactory administration to gov ernment and people as has been en joyed by the present encumbenti Notes From the H B I Miss Florence Jones returned front Drakesboro Saturday where she had been visiting her parents the past weekMiss Verna Duke left Tuesday for Rockport to become the stenographer for the Burgess Lumber Co Miss Annie Griffin will go to New- Castle in a few days as senpgrapher for Hon II K Bourne Miss Griffins business education Is based pn a fine I literary education and her great success in the stenographic AIAndersonytfrs of the town who have been so kind In giving these young ladies lawi work before going away I This week Miss Vera Hawkins and I Mr Roscoc Reader entered the work I I I 1 I t rCd 1 DENIES THAT ANY LIBEL RESULTED From PublicatiortsConcernlng Prudie Ford Suicide Does Owensboro Messenger In Its Answer Filed Here Monday The Owensboro Messenger filed its answers last Monday in the libel suits two In number now pending In the Circuit Court here against it These suits were filed March 28 1906 by Messrs J M DeWeese and EM Woodward for alleged libelous articles published in the Messenger concerning them in connection with the suicide of Miss Prudie hard the beau tiful school girl who drowned herself In Rough river March 22 1006 The documents are quite bulky containing eighteen pages of typewrit ten matter and set out in detail its various publications in connection with the unfortunate tragedy It de nies that any of the articles were pub lished with libelous intent or desice to do plaintiffs Injury or that any libel resulted therefrom which of course are questions for trial juries to determine The answers close With following reference to the Messenger editorial comment but for which the suits would not have been brought The editorial of March 25 1906com plained of in the petition was writ ten by Mr ITrey Woodson the chief editor and owner of the Owensboro Messenger It was written In good faith and without any purpose what ever to do plaintiff the slightest in justice The said editorial was not directed at and had no reference to plaintiff Mr Woodson who wrote the editorial had been absent from the city of Owensboro and the State of Kentucky for a number of days pryjaiMq March 25and only returned on the night of March 24th He had no personal information as to the facts connected with the suicide of Miss Ford and relied in good faith on what had been published and be lieved said publications were true He read the account of the deah of Miss Ford as previously detailed in the Messenger and believing them to be true he wrote the editorial complain ed of He did not Unowat the time hewrote the editorial that the genu- Ineness of the original letters had ever been questioned The sole purpose of said editorial was to condemn the uncharitableness of the public in its criticisms in mat ters involving scandal The editorial was not intended to apply and does not apply to plaintiff or any other single individual and in writing it de fendant did not have plaintiff in mind and nothing in said editorial had any reference to him The object of the editorial was to call public attention to the fact that it is ti mistake to make charges against ether men or women involving their character ex cept as such charges fro sustained by positive proof and tu warn the public that It ought not to attack any importance to grave charges against mill or women except PS the charges were first clearly shop n to- be true and to protest against the inclination on the part of the publicto- cast reproach upon the character of anyone except as the facts fully au thorized such criticism This was the sole purpose for which said editorial was written These cases are set for trial to day Appreciates Our Mill Story We have had a great many nice things said about our writeup of the old Water Mill last week all of which in our earnest endeavor to give our readers the very best county paper we appreciate The following coming from a former editor of The Republican and a writer of exceptional ability as well as a good judge of what constitutes a good news paper feature Is especially appreclat ed Editors Republican I note with Merest your cut and writeup of an old home landmark in the current issue of your paper This is a move In the right direction Local news is themeat bread and butter of a local paper Ohio county could furnish material for a century to come along the lines of your mill touchup and make in the meantime material for the succeeding century a Yours truly JH THOMAS Narrows Ky March 31901 n tt a r U I SUCCESSOR TO THE OLD HARTFORD WATER WILL week we gave our readers a view and story of the old water mill The above picture Is a splendid LAST of Its successor which Is situated almost a mile further down the river at the north end of the trots bridge It is owned and operated by Mr J W Ford who still owns the old site and who has manifested great public spirit in his efforts to give the people of this locality the very best In the mill line The new mill which stands for the old water roller mills was built by Mr W H Mauzey under the supervision of Mr Joseph Crandall expert mill wright of New Albany Indiana He equipped It with the latest Improved machinery necessary to obtain the best flour from wheat Its capacity Is 65 barrels of flour in twentyfour hours The elevator which stands beside the mill has a capacity of 10000 bushels The hHeJIoeItenglneand planing mill departments with ease The plant gives employment to from 0 to 10 hands each day and will greatly Increase its force and output upon the completion of the1 M H E railroad In the near future This mill has always paid the farmers higher prices for their grain than the mills In adjoining counties in fact above Louisville quotations n tRIMINAL BUSINESS DWINDLINfi OUT Says Prosecuting Attorney Ringo in Interview No Liquor Being Sold in Ohio CountyHartford is Very Dry Wednesday afternoon Owensboro Inquire says- Commonwealths Attorney Ben D ittngo returned front Hartford on Tuesday evening and left the next morning for Mississippi where he went on legal business In speaking of the criminal docket at Hartford Mr RIngo said It amounted practical ly to nothing The little business was attended to in less than two days anti the commonwealths commissions amounted to less than 10 There was no important prosecutions and the few arrests made since the last term of court were for slight misdemean orsWhile this is discouraging from a revenue point of view to the prosecutor it is the highest possible trib ute to his and Judge Birkheads official efficiency By their dutiful firm ness and just and prompt administra tion of the laws they have brought about this gratifying condition not only in Ohio but in Duviess and Mc lean and Hancock the counties that make up their judicial district The Inquirer has called attention to this excellent work before It Is not so much a surprise as It Is a contrast with the criminal record of the dis trict under a previous prosecutor- Mr Ringo said in regard to local option at Hartford Whatever maybe said or surmised as to the failure of local option In a city like Owens boro I want to say that local option does prohibit In the country and the small towns That Is being fully demonstrated in Ohio county and at Hartford as I believe It Is being demonstrated at many other places In Kentucky I never saw a larger crowd at Hartford on any court day than was there last Monday It was composed of just such men as would drink if they had the opportunity There were litigants and witnesses and lawyers and stockmen and horse traders v and every grade of back woodsmen present and yet I saw no onedrunlc or bordering on drunken smelledjlIquorton to be a dead Issue there and upon inquiring I could not find that there were any hints or rumors that any Intoxicating liquors were being sold or drunk at Hartford The Icoal pro hibition there evidently Is prohibit lug and the people all seem to be glad that this Is true I know as prosecuting attorney I am the last man to whom rumors of law viola tions would come from certain ones IUIIlceltalnIIabstinence even If It be of the com pulsory kind In Ohio county under I local option than existed under the i license system j Doings fCity Council The City Council met Wednesday night in regular session with five members present and Mayor Wil t Hams In the Chair After allowing several small claims Including the officers Monthly salaries the council appointed the following committee to secure estimates from a practical civil engineer on cost of sewerage s stem Mayor J H Williams Coun cilmen Taylor and Slmmerman The committee was directed to report at i a call meeting Wednesday March 13 The City Clerk was directed to com municate with Judge Polsgrove of Frankfort and notify him that final action would be taken upon his prop osition to purchase the bond issue at the next regular meeting SECRETARY C HAYSI TAYLOR HAS RESIGNED Position as National Secretary Of Tobacco Growers of A Sof E Mr C Hays Taylor national sec retary of the Tobacco Growers de partment of the A S of E has re signed his place and will not return to Owensboro He has accepted a place as business manager of the Co operative Real Estate company at Washington D Cand has already catered Into his new work there Wueu he left Owensboro a week ago It was with a view to look after this position but ho then expected to re turn to Owensboro even If he accept ed the place However on reaching Washington he found that the place was In urgent need ot a manager und he hind to go to work at once or loose the place As it is an important ojo aclcepted r r since removing the national Secreta ryship to Owensboro and his resignation Is much regretted He was a most genial gentleman and compe tent secretary The National board consisting of Everitt and Tubbs of Indianapolis Stacy of Virginia Watson Hannn Davenport and Lee of Kentucky will meet at Central City on March 17 for- the purpose of electing a successor tot Taylor In the mcantiiiie the office will be open and all busi ness attended to as usual Tho office will probably be In charge of Mr- S B Lee who Is the only local mem her of the national directory and who has been close to Mr Taylor all the time EGGSFrom Single Comb Buff Orping tons which are fine layers good size and shape Eggs 200 per 15 S350 per 30 1000 per 100 U S FAUGHT Center town Ky tf BE WISEAgitate your gray matter Dont wait until you are all run down Keep keyed up I BEEF WINE IRON tones up the rundown system and maintains the tonedup system It is tonic and food in concentrated quick acting form It purifies and enriches the blood increasingand maintaining those little red corpuscles that indicate vigor and sustained healtha sure insurance against malignant and chronic dis ease It is remarkable in its effect in giving strength energy and in creased appetite Pleasant to take and a most economical medicine to use Large Bottles 750 James It Williams The xaPL Store tr 1 Kl j J v r 7- t rr 1 r MASS MEETING OFEJITYMEi Suggested by J A Everett Early in Spring To Determined What Crops Shall be Raised so That no Addi tional Surplus Will Accrue President J A Everittof the American Society of Equity lips issued the following Important recommenda tionsIn view of the gravity of certain conditions existing and relating to the agricultural Industry In America I deem It wise to call meetings this spring in all States possible so that these conditions may be considered before the 1907 crops are planted Only a part of the 1906 crops are selling at the minimum prices set by the society in its last annual conven tion Of the others the buyers say there were raised too much anJ they cannot pay the prices Also the rail road companies claim that farmers have raised such large crops that they cannot haul them to market and many of the members of the society and nonmembers have lost heavily by their crops damaging or rotting at homo or beside the railroad tracks because they had not anticipated such a condition and were not pre pared to properly store them Notwithstanding the conditions as stated In this country we find that in Russia and China millions of people are starving or are near to the point of starvation And there are others millions of poor people in this country and others who have not suffi cient to eat or obtain It only at great sacrifices of life not as It comes from the farm but as it conies from the mills packing houses factories and handlers The consumers quite generally believe th6 farmers are re sponsible for the high prices but they aro not The government has been appealed to to correct some of these conditions but without avail and they continue and sad to relate each year they grow worse Xowthcrefore as president of the American Society of Equity I recom mend that In all States where there is a State union of the American Society of Equity the president call a mass meeting of all farmers and friends of farmers to meet on or clout March 21 1907 I also request all farmers In all other Status to call meetings for each of such States and I charge any members of the Amer limn Society of Equity officers and organizers in those Status to soo to It that such meetings bo held At those meetings should bo considered the following 1 If it Is found to he true that farmers are producing too imichwhlcl I do not believe thoy should regu late their crops and acreage accord ingly L If It develops that farmers have produced so much that the railroads cannot carry It to market promptly which I also doubt they should produce less or not delay in building granaries elevators storage houses etc at home to certain the crops 3 Since there are countries in time world where millions of people are starving or are in danger of starva tion and other millions cannot get enough to eat or get It only at too great a sacrifice of time and money and as our habit of dumping crops makes a surplus appear which does not exist In reality but it opperates to beat down the prices to producers thus putting millions of our families also In distressed circumstances or prevents them from living up to the real standard of American society and citizenshipNow this anomolous condition can exist something Is wrong with the system of distribution and it will be for these meetings to consider the conditions and If possible find a remedy 1 Inasmuch as the government has not risen to the graven necessities of the cases and as it is evident that the demand for reforms that will bring relief comes from every State county jltytown and farmand from nearly every home In our beautiful land now filled with unrest and dis content as It perhaps never was be fore 1 for the American Society of Equity and all citizens who love a fair dual recommend that the people meet us stated take up these and other important questions realizing the gravity of their importance and in mutual counsel adopt measures for their equitable solution OASTOaXABean thethe Kind You Hava Always Bought Signature JlIAof Dont Think You ore 011 A certain amount of social life is Absolutely essential to the old as well H3 to the young A woman never i It 1 LrI a l yth q4 t ot a i I grows so old that lebc cues to enjoy the company of others oral generally the older she ETOKS the more she en- Joys it It Is always a pity to see a man fall Into a stale which ho explains as saying OIi were getting old and dont xare for to much vane ty In our lives says Womans Life in the pure selfishness of his soul h always speaks or us anti ure a If it naturally follows that bemuse his e getting antiquated his wife must keep pace with hint fa Ills decline Let him keep In touch with the world and both he and his vife will he the better and the younger for It 4 THREEYEARflUi BOY READS NEWSPAPERS Learned the AljAifiet Wfeen Only Eleven Months Ofi at Eight een Memorize looks Charles llucliauxn vucv fs 3 old is a prodigy saw ai St Frances vllle Ill dispatch He is a son of Mr and Mrs J D Itecanan of this place His mother was a school teacher in Vincimnes before her mar riage When only ten maatas oM he Hs toned Intensly to coovscsallons between adults A luouthi later whet- lie heard persona talk tug he inter I rupted them with such interrogations as Why Who What and When 1 Soon afterward he knew the alphabet perfectly At the age of eigUeit months had read and memorized the Thir- and Second Readers used ui the Ill inois schools lie now reads the newspapers and aids the aid of n dictionary is able to understand all the words he sees He weighs lhirtyi t inumlsreada everything with JivMUyand the daily newspapers to Ills mother regularly at breakfast beveryt2irefuiofyourI constipating especially those containing opiates Kennedys Laxa tive Cough Syrup owes the bowels contains NO opiates Conforms- to National Pure Focd and Drugs Law Bears the endorsement of mothers everywhere Children lik its pleasants taste Soldby all drug gists m Giblets The Scotch seldom kin The giraffes tongue la twenty Inches i long Slrus is a sun 27tVi times bigge- than ours An elephant tusk yields ten billiard I halls Good tea in China costs but six cents a pound The biggest gusts art worn out aft er 100 firings An elephant can ortrj three tons a camel 500 Imunds There Is no lejyil ualshinent forI drunkenness in Russia Potatoes formerly passed as currency in Western Ireland France to clarify her wines use SO000000 eggs a year There are many HnngavLan towns whose every citizen is titled The Persians have a different name for each day of the mouth Spains salt works extract 250000 tOilS of salt yearly trout the sea Among the yellow races it i thought unlucky to steely with the head to the north The Czar owns over SJUX OOO square miles of real estate caiuorlsing rich gold mines cultivated tracts and vast forests A Touch That Heals Is the touch of BuddinsArnka Salve Its the happiest combination of Ar nica flowers and htxng balsams ev er compounded Uonaattey how old the sore or ulcer ii this Salve will cure it For burnsr saalda cuts wounds or piles its an absolute cure I Guaranteed by all dnaggista 25c Life wards The life guards are two regiments jf cavalry forming part gf the Hi It sh household troops They are gal ant soldiers and every loyal British leart is proud of them Not only the Kings household but yoursours everybodys should have its life guards Tine need ot them is espe cially great when The greatest foes of lie diseases find allies In tho very dements sis colds influenza catarrh lie grip and pneumonia do in the tormy month ot March The best say that we know ot to guard against vhese diseases is to strengthen the system with liooda Sarsaparilla ho greatest of nIl lite guards It re moves the conditions in which these diseases makes their most success ul attack gives vigor and tone to all he vital organs and Junctions and imparts a genial warmth to the blood lemember the weaker the system the greater the exposure to the disease Hoods Sarsaparilla niztta the system strong Y L 0 1 Itt t 3 ROLLER BANDAGES EVERY THREE Hip Doctors Orders Had to Be Disregarded By The gNurse J s When we were house doctors lin yea sago in one of the large hos pitals of Rostonsays a writer iri the Herald of that city one of our number was at times inclined to imbibe too freely when he had an evening free from his surgical duties One night he came back to the hospital at 11 oclock and though perfectly able to walk his brain wits a bit be foggedAs usual he went the rounds of the wards to see If his patients were comfortable One of them complained of pain and the doctor wrote a prescription In the order book for the nurse to to give the pa Asswas customary he made a morning visit before the arrival of the head surgeon and as he reached the bed of the man for whom he wrote the prescription the previous evening the nurse said she was very sorry but she couldnt give the medicine as he had directed and at the same booknThe doctor was overcome for he had written Three roller bandages to be taken every three hours For weak kidneys and lame back use DeWitts Kidney and Bladder rheumad tism bladder and other troubles arising from bad blood They cleanse the kidneys and clear the system Indorsed and sold by all druggists m Where There Will be no War After a solemn conference between the American Commissioners and the German Commissioners negotiating on the subject they have concluded that there will be no Tariff war if there is none Wo think there will be none not because of this negotiation but because those of our products that Germany wants and takes she must have for her own good and for the good of nobody else She will take them as long as she must have them sheewouldnt take them commercial treaty or no commercial treaty New York Press A Humane Appoal A humane citizen of Richmgnd Ind Mr U D Williams 107 West perr sons Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has helped me and fully comes up to the proprietors recommendation It saves more lives than all other throat and lung remedies put together Used as a cough and cold cure the world over Cures asthma bronchitis croup whooping cough quinsy hoarseness and ph thisic stops hemorrhages of the lungs and builds them up Guaran 60csand 100 Trial bottle free m The Farm and the Farm Boy In the spring the young mana fancy Lightly turns to thoughts of love and It might be said that in time spring leavensand the wild fowls southward take their flight that the middleaged city mans thoughts turn to the country The wild calls to him In the balmy air the gentle showers and the soft sunshineIThe office the store or shoji are no longer the center of hi ambition The flat the apartment or tlio house in which he lives becomes h prison and he longs for a dwelling away from the busy march of men for a house on a hillside a cabin in a clearing or a tent on a plain againlmishouse among the fir trees the old red barn and the corn cribs burst ing with golden treasure He sees the cows he watched i y time roadside through the longsunni hours the colts he broke to ride I bareback the shepherd pup he brought home In a bag on his back and kept until old age claimed It i Again he roams the woods for squirrel and rabbits or ho bathes in thebold swimming hole at the foot of time hill Now he Is older grown and Is away with a merry crew or with his sweetheart he is tripping the light fantastic toe In the new dim lighted barn of his fathers I becomeIthe cows and all of the animals I become distasteful to him the city I fever seizes him he longs for Its I rush and roar and he Imagines great opportunities await him thereI I A young man has no chance In the country he tells himself and father and mother are back numbers I I In his visions he sees himself a I capitalist a magnate a power in the I land- i I On the farm he might lie and die in obscurity while In the city I It young man of his caliber has large opportunities for advancement until at last he becomes famous Oh these dreams of youth how I they i fade In the brilliant light of j realityThe years pass and find the coun try lad a broken citybred man toil ing incessantly The farm looks to him now like a haven of restn shelter In a time of need but alas the town has rob bed him of his strength and vigor He Is but a machine that begins work at the tap of a bell and quits only when tho whistle blows Time tu mult and noise of the city beat Into his brain like a trip hammer and even though success and wealth and fame be his they only bind him the more to humanity The world needs him uses him and will not let hint get back to that which In his ad vancing years calls so loudly to him Denatured Alcohol In 1897 I had a stomach disease Some physicians said Dyspepsia some consumption Onesaid I would not live until spring Forfour years I existed on boiled milk soda bis cuits and doctors prescriptions I I could not digest anything I ate then I I picked up one of your Almanacs and it happened to be my lifesaver- I I bought fifty cent bottle of KODOL I and the benefit I received from that I bottle all the gold in Georgia could not buy In two months I went to work as a machinist and in three months I was well and hearty May you live long and prosperous C N Cornell Roding Ga 1906 I The above is only a sample of the great good that is daily done every where by Kodol for Dyspepsia It is sold here by all druggists m Why Prices are Higher Flush times encourage reckless buy- Ing Everybody wants the choicest goods that his money can buy Those Impulses are strengthened which urge peolpe who ought not to afford it to Sihow that they can live as well as somebody in bettei circumstances In the case of meats alone the Armour people point out that 75 per cent of the demand is for 25 per cent of the steerfor the finest custIBack of all disquieting statlstfcs is the fact that the American people live better than they ever did before The advance has been constant for years Better clothes are worn clothes have not tecome1 proportIonI ately so dear as foodand stanI dard of household comfort is greater This Is true even In New York whereI the Increase of rentals owing cal congestion is abnormal as compared with increases elsewhere i ITHE SINGERi ORIWheeler Wilson If in need of a Singer or Wheeler willibringyou the work and make prices to suit the times on easy payments Also have repairs for all makes of machines Office at my residence on Center street Your patronage solicited J C BENNETT Hartford Ky ct t t T TP The nonshifting The keyforrevorypharacter The board The complete keyboard The rocksh constructed 1REATER oV IS Itr e OREFltJORROUNDJRIPBYRAILflRRVE r MAR 1830a h 3Yfiti1 m AND HIS t BAND O rrnnentLLb irs Ifv i j ft orteat41IFatho 1 I r Afld d l- I tJ I ROOSEVELTr3 rf JX t I BUTTON TOUCHTHE WILL r 1 NIusjUtf 9EJmQN RBAL ESTATE Ifyou have a farm town lot 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 hall and veranda New barn and nice young orchard Two neverfailing wells A 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber j miles from Green river 1J miles from Paradise 4 miles from Echols 5 miles from McHenryi150x50 plenty of water small orchard price 900- Splendid two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls i on Union Street Hartford situated on lot 2 acre All out 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 landIyoung best of water good small barn a at a bargain 402 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 Tyicwrer LETS YO IIl SEE TALL afr i I r yrAi r A1t1J TER81UfE r t mation furnished on application Courtji Dam pike in high state of cultivation 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application a A farmer of 120 acres on the i Rochester and Rockport road two miles North of Rochester 75 acres i Green river bottoms rest good hill 45 acres in fine shape for cultivation y 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 im- i 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 60 acres in timber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early orchard- Terms onehalf cash balance on j easy payments j New two story frame dwelling in Hartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 feet front 210 feet deep I Good well Situated corner Fredrica j and Griffin streets Two thirds cash i balance in 12 months A bargain I The 84 acre tract of land recent ly purchased by J H Hickman of Owensboro from the trustee of H i ConcordIIList your property with us We will IBRRNKfl X 8JIITH i Republican Office Hartford Ky IUO rausammTr araa nmoeu- e sja J You can read this ad twenty fwe ways and each N- s statement is true straightlinekey is the most noiseless is the most accurate is the most rapid nN is1the most easily learned is the most durable Iq THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER GOInI821 Pine Street St Louis Missouri t I 1 f M Ii 01 I r l c yrx ir1 trm k I tllk a wditi PREDIGTmNS Of c DIRE CALAMITY If This Prophet is Correct Nothing Good in Sight here are to be Bad Crop Years J And Three Years ot Cruel War The following predictions taken from Dr Mac Donalds Almanac for year 1907 are given for what they fmay be worth It Is claimed that jttie Doctor has heretofore made ome very remarkable forecasts which have come true In the year 1907 there will cI four eclipses two of the sun mill I two of the moon and a transit of Mercury over the Buns disk I A total eclipse of the sun January 14th Invlslblo In the U S A partial j eclipse of the moon January 29th visible In northern part of the U S pnlY An annular cllpse of the sun July 10th Invisible In U S A partial eclipse of the moon July 24th25th The transit of Mer cury over the suns disk will be vis ible only in the eastern part of MaineSpring begins Mardi 1st at one hour and thirtythree minutes P M Summer begins June 22d at 9 hours and 23 minutes A M Fall begins September 24th at 12 hours and 9 minutes A M Winter begins Decem ber 22at C hours and 51 minutea P M Mercury will be the Evening Star March 1st June 27th and Oct 23d Morning Star April 14th Au gust 12th and December 21st Verne Morning Star until September 14th and the Evening Star the rest of the year Jupiter will be the Even Ing Star until July 16th and the Morning Star the rest of the year The above Celestial Observation In dicates that the year 1907 Is ruled by Mercury the Spring will be drycold and disagreeable The summer wet Hay and grain will rot The Sum mer hot and muggy The Fall wet with early frosts The Winter of 19078 will be mild from October loth to December loth then plenty of snow and Ice to February 15th In 1907 the fruit crop will vary InI some localities abundant In others scarce and still in others a failure Vine crops hops and grapes very poor Mice and rats very numerous Worms scarce Fish scarce and of very poor quality Oysters lobsters and all shell fish very poor Dis eases of all kinds will be cured very slowly There will be great dangers from all contagious and epidemic dis eases especially in cattlesheep and hogs Sexual disorders In the human race will be more prevalent than usu al A sterile year for everything Everybody will bo guessing and ev everything will be a standstill 190S will be cold and gloomy and 1909 will be a year of terror such as will nev er be forgotten by the present generation Dark vlsaged men will swarm the Atlantic coast and heartless heathens will devastate the Pacific coast but they will be driven back into the sea and destroyed as so many rats and vermin There will be three long years of war for the United States from 1903 to 1911with her two most powerful enemiesEngland who Is represented by the rose beautiful to look at but full of thorns and Germany the treacherous cat ready to spring at the American eagle again England Is the natural and lifelong oneniyaiul always will bo of the United States England always did and always will take advantage of every opportunity to ruin the States and Germany like a treacherous cat will again sbll It will In her Hessians to England deed bo a terrible war with the Unit ed States matched against the two great nations of Europe The llus sianJaianeso war will have been fjffi childs play In comparison but rith a different ending for England beyondredrecovery I England will lose her pod sessions In the Western world and Germany will be In helpless slavery to pay the enormous cost of the war Tine United States while she will suffer tremendous losses of ships and cities and great loss of life will have gained great territory and Indemni ties and above all the Integrity of the Union France will take advan to recover all her oldtage of the war time possessions from Germany and Russia will take advantage of the y war to gain possessions of territory long coveted from England and Ja panThe Ja Yellow race China and pan will also make an unsuccessful attempt to war on these United Statqs during this time but through diplo macy and the friendship of Russia will gain tooth France and Italy they big but the Eternal ill will of Amer- Ica Just Forget If you would increase your hap If t- tt 1sYr il l A A Lazy Liver May bo only a tired Hvevor a starved liver It would bo a stupid as well aa savago thing to beat a weary or starved man becauso ho lagged in his work So in treating the lagging torpid liver It is stronidrasticindication of an illnourished enfeebled body whoso organs are weary with over work Start with tho stomach and allied organs of digestion and nutrition Put them In working order and see how quickly your liver will become active DlscQveryhastrouble by Its wonderful control of tho organs of digestion and nutrition It re stores tho normal activity of tho stomach increases the secretions of tho bloodmak ing glands cleanses the system from poi sonous accumulations and so relieves tho liver of the burdens imposed upon it by the defection of other organs If you have bitter or bad taste In tbomom ins poor or rlablo appetite coated tongue foul breath co SUPBt or irregular bowels lrequentIgnawing or distressed e Ir In stomach perhaps nausea wS r w risings in throat after eating and kin symptoms of weak stomach and torpid llrA no rude cine will relieve you more nrotn I runou a tta I eerceJ lolden Medical Discovery Perhaps only a part of the above sy mPtoms will bo present at one time and yet point to torpid liver or biliousness and weak stomach Avoid all hot bread and biscuits griddle cakes and other Indigestible food and take tho Golden Medical Discovery regularly and stick to Its use until you are vigorous and strong Tho Discovery Is nonsecret nonalco holic Is a glyccrlc extract of natlvomcdlcl nal roots with a full list of Us ingredients printed on each bottlewrapper and attested under oath Its Ingredients are endorsed and extolled by tho most eminent medical writers of the ago and are recommended to cure tho diseases for which It is advised Dont accept a substitute of unknown composition for this nonsecret MKDICIKK OF KNOWN COMPOSITION Illness and prolong your life forget your neighbors faults Forget the temptations Forget the fault find Ing and give little thought to tit causes that provoke It Forget the peculiarities of your friends and only remember tho good points that you find in them Forget all personal quarrels or histories that you may have heard by accident and whichif repeated would seem a thou sand times worse than they are Blot out as far us possible all un pleasant things of life They will grow large as you remember them and constant thought of the acts of meanness or worse still malice will only tend to make you more familiar with them Obliterate every thing disagreeable from yesterday Start out with a clear sheet fur to lay and write upon It for memorys sake only those things which are lovely and lovable OAS1OR4Bean thelimo Kind You Have Always Bought Signature of NIGHT RIDERS DUMP TODACCO INTO RIVER They Roll ThirtyOne Hogsheads Of Trig County Dumped Tobacco Into River The news reached here says a Kuttawa dispatch to the Courier Journal that twentyone hogsheads of tobacco were rolled Into the Cum berland river at Rockcnstle Trigg county last night by Night Rid ersThe tobacco was fished out anti re covered but greatly damaged says the report Tho tobacco was on the river bank for shipment to Clarksville having been purchased by an Independent firm of that city from the farmers of the Roc caatle section of Trlgg county The association and all others are getting along well in this section Tobacco deliveries are being niailo to Independent buyers and tho association almost every day and perfect good feeling exists among all classes The association is making friends hero und It Is predicted that almost every body will pledge the 1907 crop If good prices continue to prevail ABRAHAM LINCOLN BY HIMSELF Autobiography Written Before He Became President of the United States This brief autobiography was written In December 1859- I was born February 12 1809 in Hardin county Kentucky My par cuts were born in Virginia of undis tinguished families second families perhaps I should say My mother who died in my tenth year was of a family of the name of Hanks soar of whom now reside in Adams some others in Macon counties Illinois My paternal grandfather Abraham Lin coln emigrated from Rockingham county Virginia to Kentucky about 17SL or 17S2 where a year or two later he was killed by Indians not in battle but by stealth when he was laboring to open a farm in the west His ancestors who were Qua kers went to Virginia from Herks county Pennsylvania An effort to Identify them with the New England family of the same name ended in nothing moro definite than a simi larity of Christian names In both families such as Enoch Levi Mor decai Solomon Abraham and the likeMy father at the death of his fatdi er was but 6 years of age and he grew up Htterally without education He removed from Kentucky to what Is now Spencer county Indiana In my eighth year We reached our new home about the tinte the State came Into the Union It was a wild region with many bears and other wild animals still in the woods There I grew up There were some schools socalled but no qualification was ev er required of teacher beyond readin writtn and cipherin to the rule of three If a straggler supposed to understand Latin happened to sojourn in the neighborhood he was looked upon as a wizard There was absolutely nothing to excite amhltion for education Of course when I came of age I did not know much Stlllsome how I could read write and cipher to the rule of three but that was all I have not been to school since The little advance I now have on this store of education I have picked up from time to time under the pressure of necessity 1 was raised to farm work which I continued till I was 22 At 21 I cameo Illinois and passed the first year in Macon county Then I got to New Salem at that time in Sangamonnow in Menard county where 1 remained a year as a sort of clerk in a store Then came the Black Hawk war and I was elected a captain of volunteers success which gave me moro pleas ure than any I have had since 1 I went the campaign was elected ran for tho Legislature the sane year 1S32 and was beaten the only time I 1 ever have been beaten by the pea j pie The next and three succeeding biennial elections I was elected to the Legislature 1 was not a candidate afterward During this Legislatlv period I had studied law and removed to Springfield to practice it in 1840 I was once elected to the Lower louse of Congress Was not a can I didate for reelection From 1S49 to 1854 both Inclusive practiced law moro assiduously than ever before Always a Whig in politics and gen erally on the Whig eleetorial tickets I making active canvasses I was los ing interest in politics when time ro I peal of tho Missouri compromise I aroused me again What I have lout since then Is pretty well known- If any personal description of me is thought desirable it may be said 1 and in height six feet four inches nearly lean in flesh weighing on an ISO pounds dark complexion with coarse black hair and gray eyes No other narks or brands recollected Yours truly A LINCOLN I Blindness for City Dwellers- In big centers of population the aQuQCDO QIOct 09 OOGQI 00000o f Rapid changes of temperature are hard j on the toughest constitutiona 3f The conductor passing from the heated g 1inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature 18 c 3 of the platformthe canvasser spending an 0- o hour or so in a heated building and then 0 0walking against a biting wind know the go difficulty of avoiding cold 0 Scot J Emulsion strengthens the o body so that it can better withstand the 0of cold from changes of temperature 0 000 It will help you to avoid taking cold i ALL DRUGGISTS I 500 AND 100 g 0 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOIQt Iio n I 1 r y t fl 1 machinesIscientists claim that the slot aud the moving pictures aro causing big damage to the average humant eye Tho German oculists of note claim that by the next generation a noticeable deterioration of human vision will be found in all city dwell ers due to these things Optical il lusions they are all called by the eye sclentlest This he claims not only has made the visions of the city hian almost worthless as reliable testimo ny in tho courts of law but that In dally practice the ocullstlc say the or dinary events of life are viewed withI a distorted vision by the city ers Although the oculists have madoI marvelous improvements in glasses this seems only to have Increased tho need of glasses by humanity and the best authorities now say that in 200 years practically every city dweller will wear glasses and suffer from some serious defect with his eyesight In the German and French armies where eyesight Is always tested for purposes of getting good artillery and rifle shooting the army doctors min dlspair over the rapid progress of eye diseases Catarrh Cannot be Cured with Local Applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutiona disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It vas prescrib ed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regular prescription It is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Props Toledo 0- Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m Learning Experimentally- We are learning by the practical service This is more and more seen to be tho best way It doubtless la all right to have theory In fact nil must have this in some lorm Hut still the utility is in the practice Here we get the final test The chemistry of soil shows that there is much lime in it and that limo is one of the elements not likely to be exhausted by crops It now appears however that this view Is not to be taken too freely Data derives from obsenatlons at Rothampsted England are given to show that the fertility of many fields in that country today Is dile to the liming and chalking that was done by the farmers of the eighteenth and earlier centuries The fertility from the cause stated III being exhausted by cultivation anil by the percolating ofruhi water IFor example says the Journal of London Hoard of Agriculture tht Kothampsted soil which at the begin ning of the nineteenth century must have contained something like a hun lIed tons of chalk per acre has now IMS than fifty and many other soils which started with a smaller initial Mock are beginning to run dangtTois ly shortAll Great Britain there Is ev idence that much of tho humid espe tally on the heavier soils IB iu need oi liming and though it would not In wise to give the old wasteful tires sing of six to ten tons to the acre a ouch smaller amount or so per acre unite be profitably applied at lens once In the courso of each rotation In this statement there surely Is a IIdllhlnt for all who own aud cul state land We ought to experiment en our soils more than we do with Inie Health in the Canal Zone The high wages paid make ita mighty temptation to our artisans to- jlin the force of skilled workmen reeded to contract the Panama Ca iiul Many are restrained however Ly the fear of fevers and malaria- I t is the knowing cnesthose who have used Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing they are safe from malarious influence with Electric Bitters on hand Cures blood poison too biliousnesss i weakness and all stomach liver and kidney troubles Guaranteed by all I druggists 50c m Quick changes from to cold and back again try strong constitutions and cause among other evils nasal catarrh a troublesome and offensive disease Sneezing and snuffing cough- Ing and difficult breathing and the drip drip of the foul discharge Into the throat all are ended by Elys Cream Balm This honest aud post tive remedy contains no cocaine mercury for other harmful ingredient The worst cases are cured in a shor- tuleAll druggists 50o or retailed by nlos 51 Warren Street New YorklfttV r I Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in uso for oer 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per- sonalJd supervision sinco its infancy I Allow no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants And Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paro goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotics substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea anti Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy anti natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of j The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years nil rTun COMPANY TT MYMYvsttr HEW YoNN CITY vrjt lOUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLIC and COurierJournal 150 THE REPUBLKAV aud St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLKAM and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBMCAW and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Oboro Messenger 175 THE RBPUDLKMX and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Irn 111 BBEa BgagQ B4c 3o3o8 O1RANDALL 7 COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN m rot1L mSertt1irtgs EUROPEAN HOTELT- he i l nome for Ohio County People l Elegant Clean Rooms and Polite Attention S W Corner Second and Jefferson Streets Q COLLINS GRIFFIN Props j 2tB17 E E1 111 u- I lUNDERTAKERS 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 requirement at any hour We invite your custom I BLACK c BIRKHEAD U ti 1 o- itl kj lartford Rep u b 1 lean Ieuuod by the Unrttord robll hlnn Company INCORPORAVKD CIII UIKIVETTI IorU E SMITH rczrx =ZTZOxzzs CUD1 brloncI34reouCh n1rer 3 f FRIDAY MARCH 8 ANNOUNCEMENTS- We ore onthorlwcl to announce S A ANOKll SON of Went llnrtfonl 1rwlnct n citmllilnte or Ilepremmtntlveln the OentTitl Aimmbly from this the Mth district subject to the nctlon of the Republican party- weareauthorized to announce W W IAUK of the IJedii Precinct n enndltlnte for llepwen tntlve In the OeiwrntAocnubly Irma this tlieltith district mbject to the action of the Republican party Examine the Inbelon your paper If t Is not correct notify us Now what will the ladles do to the Senators who voted for Smoot Cuba seems to care more for chick en fights than for self government How did It happen that the Presi dent and Senator Forakcr got on the same side In the Smoot case Those Chicago clerks should know that It Is not good form to filch the public funds except through Con gress The record for the Texas Legisla ture will contain more from Senator Bailey eal than the Congressional RecordIIt Is announced that Secretary Taft Is soon to start on another trip to Cuba Seems to us the Secretary has already exhausted the supply of Cu ban gas on his Presidential boom In order to reassure the traveling public It will soon be necessary for the railroads to print testimonials from those who have ridden on their trains several times and not killed The Presidents old soldier preference 1 rule with reference to appoint ment to office and retention In of fice which he harped upon so much some two or three years ago appears to be a dead letter at present The field fora Republican candidate for Governor seems to have narrowed down to Hon A E Wilson and Judge W H Hoil Either of them will make a good candidateup on whom all elements should be able to unite We are in receipt of a letter fromI II W Brown managing editorof Louisville Times requesting a pic lure of the old water mill which we produced last week for use In the Times and complimenting us upon our enterprise Coming from Ollle James the prop osition to reduce street car fare IncJ Washington Is absurd Our own DH Smith would have some right to make u kick of that kind but the First district Congressman should be haul ed at so much per hundred In view of the mysterious disap pearance of that 17o000 at the Chicago Sub Treasury which was under the immediate supervision of Civil Service clerks the Civil Service Com mission should herealter proscribe an examination of applicants for light fingers We have never been very much in favor of changing the method of elect ing United States Senators Howev Itvotoed for going Republican by having her representation in the House of Represontatles taken from her Democrats Ire nominating their candidates for the Legislature all over tho State and the redistricting is cases nro still hung up in the Court of Appeals Looks like Ohio county would have to stand being disfran necltIhams Governor Heckham shpuld wild the President a letter of thanks for his kindness In removing exSenator Blackburn from the Kentucky politi cal field Now if he could also send Dr Powell to Panama or some other far away and equally unhealthy clime the Governors cup would run over r After abusing the Speaker of the House and President of the Senate during the entire cession for their arbitrary and unfair rulings the mem bers of both Houses at the close of the session Monday passed the usual resolutions thanking them for their fairness and universal courteous I treatment extended to Individual members at all times IB it not about time torevive Hart fords Commercial Club If we are to got the full benefit of the Impetus which the new railroad should give us we must attract some factories to V our town We know of no better channel through which to accomplish this than a good live active Commercial Club and It should not be leIe to two or three citizens to do work when all are financially Interested Let us act togeher upon all matters affecting the growth and prosperity of Hartford JI This paper Is going to stand with the people In demanding a reduction of the present burdensome tax rate The average citizen will part with Ills money and remain cheerful If he can see some return something which will make life safer and improve his condition and that ot his children lint when he feels and knows that his tax money is to be applied to graft and to pay salaries of needless worthless officers It Is not cheerful pros pect It Is one more inclined to make him sour on his country and unfit him for good citizenship Taxes should be reduced or a fund provid ed for Improvement of our road sys tem and an Increase of the school fund When the next County Union A S of E has completed Its labors In the immediate Interests of the society it should organize Itself Into a good roads convention No class of people are more directly affected by Impass able roads than the farmers Without roads produce cannot be marketed no matter what the price Ohio county has been In the rear long enough In this matter The only way to obtain a change Is to make public sentiment strong and then make It felt This paper has enlisted for life or endur of the war on this subject be lieving that It is the only salvation for a country which Is naturally a good as any on earth but which i woefully lacking In this one particular Where Is the man who has bccnI compelled to travel our mud roads for the past few mouths who can take Issue with us In this statement- Senator Blackburns Good Fortune Evening IoatIAt the close of his political course Senator J C S Blackburn is to receive from a Republican President an executive appointment which will connect him with a great public work with twice the salary he has received in the House or in the Sen ate It is an unexpected close to a stormy career In politics Mr Black burn has been the most implacable of partisans He has pursued his personal aims with a reckless disregard of consequences to his political associates and a thorough contempt for the rights of his opponents- He divided the Democratic party in 3895 by refusing fo stand for the indorsement of Cleveland and Car lisle and drove it to defeat He kept the legislature of 1896 in riotous session for sixty days in or to prevent an election of his own successorHe to Frankfort to urge the passage of the Goebel bill in 1898 andin 1899 boasted thereafter if there was any stealing it would not be done by the Republicans After the election of 1899 he forced a contest on the Legislature against the best judgment of his parE ty and opposed the amendments to the Goebel law recommended by Gov Beckham and supported by the soI Der judgment of the Democratic party He consigned to hell the whole of he Eleventh district and gloried in he extravagance of partisan denunciation and factional outrages Even the Democratic party tired of the verbal excesses and the last Legislature consigned him to private life Today he is without political following in Kentucky He chiefly responsible for the divisions within the Democratic party and forI the years of political disturbances from which the state is emerging under the lead of abler and more self controlling leaders For forty years he has been in public life He has had a fatal readiness of speech which has obstructed all effective action In all his career there re mains no work accomplished and no speech the Democratic party would not willingly see obliterated The one watch ward he has given his party isuif there is any stealing done hereafter it will not be done by the RepublicansAny of the politicalcareer of Senator Blackburn must close with the remark that in all the forty years nothing waS so unexpected as such an appointment for such a partisan leader coming from a Presi dent whose greatest unfinished task is the Panama canal The friends of the Senator will rejoice in his good fortune the friends withI C DOINGS IN OHIO CIRCUIT COURT Commonwealth Business Disposed of in Two Days Other Proceeding of The Spring Term Which Began xv Monday The Ohio Circuit Court convenedln Court Hall Monday with Judge T F BIrkhead presiding and Coinmon wealths Attorney Ben D Rlngo and County Attorney E M Woodward present to look after time lawbreak ersThe following named gentlemen were empanelled as grand jurors whose names age religion and par ty affiliation follows Horace L Taylor 34 Methodist Democrat J M Shultz 43 Christian Republican 0 T Burdett 43 Baptist Republic an Ira PJftle 23 Methodist Repub llcan H L Taylor GO Methodist Republican J P Tlchenor 02 Bap List Democrat T F Johnson 61 dt11 Baptist Democrat H C Mldkiff GO no religious proclivities Republican J H Ralph 29 no religious prp ard62tno religious proclivities Democrat After an exhaustive statement by Commonwealths Attorney Ben D RIngo supplemented by some timely Birkheadsappointedsas foreman of the grand jury On organization Mr J M Shultz was selected as clerk and Mr W F How ard as sheriff of the grand jury The following Named gentlemen were empanelled as petit jurors for the term Estll Board Alva Caloway I Archie Jones A J Carter Esten Wil liams Orvllle Bishop Jeff Whitting hill C X Bean J H Stearsman Iras Render E F Baize J H Park W R Gray L W Tichenor Alva Coy J P Harl Ed Cleaver N H Keown Josh Shreve Htnry Mllllgan Arch Rhoads Sam Withrowe and J- Et AddingtonThe I cases on first days Jacket were disposed of as follows Comth vs W E Russell James Es yy 4 cases Wm Hatter A V Leach Wm English Will Duke Clayton Williams A B Morrison Oosley Hall Leslie HInes and F D McNal ly continued The following 9 cases were on motion of Comth and Coun ty Attorneys filed away with leave to reinstate Comth vs Mlrgll Mills jco Kissinger Henry Osborne Har lln Renfrew Jeff Layman Lon WI1 I tins Len Hall and Willis Peach I Comth vs Lee Duke charged with I discharging fire arms on public high way verdict of the jury not guilty Comth vs Roy Crowe c fined J20 and cost- Comth vs R W Ragland set for ward to today Same order InComth vs Ebb Allen + Time following cases set on sec ond days criminal docket were digs posed of as follows Comth vs Jene Hall c fine of 20 and cost as against each of Jene Hall and GIrcy Burton Time following cases were contln Comth vs Herman BryantOtls Daugherty Ebb House Zeke Graves Comth vs Bob Acton c on motion of time Comth and Countyfit torneys was filed away with leave to reinstate II omth vs Thomas Coshill two It cases set forward to today Corath vs Murray Coppage two cases continued Comth vs Herman Decker confessed fine of 25 and ten days In jail Commonwealth of Kentucky vs Ed gar Taylor Jury returned verdict 1 fine at 50- Commonwealth vs R W Ragland und Commonwealth vs Ebb Allen continued until next term of court Commonwealth vs Toni Coghlllj Two cases set forward to Thursday Uie tenth day of presort terra Three cases on ordinary docket T dt rtitM jiP1BROS1 r A tWe some years ago were convinced of the necessity of a Carpet where people could come make their selections have a tot t a dt1Y room 2 was intended and e take it home with them the same day I We inaugurated ithis department and it has been a success The demand j upon it has tnecessitated an in 11 creased supply of stock each season 4until now you can S buy almost any I Ic thing you could Jjg want in floor cov gj erings Rugs Lace Curtains Window + Shades OurSpring + Offerings are all in t ready for your in spection We invite you to come and see It will bea pleasure to show you whether you buy or not IIWe show quite a variety of Patterns 35ctZSr All Wool Fillings in nice assort merits of patterns at per yd 50c to 60c l + All Wools at per yard 65c to 75c +I Oil Cloth Carpets one and two yard + widths at per square yard 25c to 35c + Linoleums in square yard widths tfper square yard 50c r Beaver Dam Ky4 ftJ1J M44 444M44 Jf4M have been disposed of as follows James DeWeese vs Owensboro In quirer dismissed settled by correcting publication Same order In thecase of E MJ Woodward vs the Owensboro In qulrer W L Lawlace vs I C R R Coj Peremtory Instructions for J L Douglas vs J L Southard hung Jury v j Western Mfg Co vs Sprole Bros Verdict of jury for defendant x C Lee Warden vs 11 H E i R Co now on trial I Jury trials set since court began tire as follows i Seventh Day i H 0 Leach vs Taylor ChancelloriP K Newton vs Jacob Jas Morton vs J W Jones etc i Eighth DayIC V Dorsey vs D J Duncan i Willie Grearys admr vs McHenry Coal Co j IllklCoalR B Thompson VB IC R R Co DayI R R Co U u Your BloodNeeds purifying and your whole system renovating in the Spring as pimples boils eruptions loss of appetite and that tired feeling annually prove Hoods Sarsaparilla is the post effective medicine ever- devised I for the complete purification of the blood and the complete renovation of the whole system sleepbetter thelastHoods SarsaparillaUsual form liquid or in tablet form called Sarsatabs 100 Doses 81 GUABANTEED under the Food and Drugs Act Juno 30 1900 No 324 J 1 1 I Art Squares We have added a nice line of Art Squares nine feet wide by twelve feet f long Priced at each 12501800 2000 2275 They are things of beauty Mattings You have never seen such an assort S ment of Mattings as we are showing The choice in a wide range ofstyles i andat prices per ydlbc 2025c 35c+ The beautiful patterns in the Japanese L2Mattings are worthy of your con ti sideration at per yard 15c 20c25c35c 4 Barred Plymouth Rocks The above Is from a photograph of some of Mrs Jno B Wilsons fine birds taken in her yard at Hartford Ky II CRI Fabian Ament vs Frank Cusebier i timefollowingI One against Luther White charged EugeneRogersful assembly one against David Duke wfthoutlIccnse ed with selling liquor without llcnse withleceplng1 Iglehcart I Greenville Judge J M Porter D B Rhoads Beaver Dam D andI Royal Rosine and John T Rone Centertown W S Morrison W T Ellis Ow ensboro Cam Howard Greenville Our Visitors The following are among our call ers during the week FordsvilleJ ReuIderMclntlre Ceralvo J E AshhyRocU port E P Barnard aver Dam C J Rogers Plnchico nlI Bash rf I am Rosine John P Foster W F Stevens John Sandcfur Rev J A Bennett No Creek F CBen nett Beda S S Acton Sulphur Springs Henry Ralph J C Bennett Matanzas Tuesday J M Shultz Arnold T F Johnston Sulphur Springs J PisTlchenor and Rev L W Tichenor Matanzas s Wednesday 0 T Burdett Herbert W M Addington Smallhous Clell Smith Taffy Capt A B Stanley Hubert Stanley Beaver Dam Dr G F Chapman Centertown H L Tay lor Rochester AT Carter East Hartford Crif Martin Paradise Finis Rowe Ceralyo Louisvilles May Festival Railroads will grant reduced rates from all points In Kentucky to Louis ville April 18 to 20 on account of the Music Festival which will be given ArmoryhUlldlng theoccasioneminent soloists and by Walter Dam iochs Now York Symphony Orches tra with Mr Damroch as conductor Ibethe4 IJ 1tJ f II I mm Fairs9 ISpring ffJ0Pen n Ii Wia want to extend the ladies e v = r of Hartford and vicinity a ISPECIAL INVITATION to 1attend our Spring OpeningI of Millinery Silks Woolen i Dress Goods Wash Goods 4 t White Goods e- tcSATURDAY 1 = + f iIC t MARCH 16 5 Iir aJft Special prices will be made on 4 tMerchandise in ALL Departments i9 Come and bring your friends 4 4 =i I IiI1 4J a 4444444 I Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 8 illinois Central RailroadTime Tablet f1 NorthIIIOIIUCIHOI1h lloiinil No182 thea0a a m Sot daallSI it m Nol2M el2SOp m No inn due 248 p tn No 102 duo 248 p m So 131 due 8 SL p m firs A Park Is visiting in Ow cusboro tNcw goods arriving every day at CQS Buy your Fruits and Candies at City Restaurant TryHeinzs Mince Meat at City Restaurant Fine New Clothing new Hats new Shoes r everybody at Carson Cos 4sh Oysters Fish Celery and 11 berries at City Restaurant tar hose Steak and Fish meals at i ity Restaurant cant be beat cMr L E Charlet Owensboro call see us while here Tuesday For Scholarship m the Bowling Green Business College apply at this office FOR SALEA good milch cow with young calfW E Newbolt Hart ford Ky- Leavei your laundry at Cleve Hers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt tdelivery Agent Richmond Laun 1 dry46tfElder W B Wright delivered an able and Instructive sermon at tho j Court House Sunday and Sunday r night r During Circuit Courtof course you will get meals and lunches at uptpIateV ti 1 t n City Restaurant is headquarters for everything good to eat Scholarship in Massey Business College for sale at this office Miss Olive Carson has accepted a position as milliner with a firm at Fayette Ala Get your Clothing Cleaned and Pressed at Pearls Pantiorium at Y M C A rooms tomMrs J C Berry has returned a few weeks visit to her brotherMr L M Render Louisville Get your Fertilizers Field Seeds Farming Implements c from D L D Sanderfur Beaver Dam Ky We are anxious for your business Qorrect goods at correct prices and prompt delivery is our motto CARSON CO For Sewing Machine Oil Needles and Supplies for all kinds of Ma chines call on Gross Williams at City Restaurant 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 Messrs Black Birkhead keep in their employ an experienced em balmer and funeral director who is prepared to meet all requirements- at any hour 30tf Miss Bessie and Mr E P Barnes left the first of the week for eastern markets to purchase Spring goods for E P Barnes Bros the popular Beaver Dam merchantsI I The Presbyterian pulpit was occupied Sunday and Sunday night by Rev Mrs Woosloy of Caneyvllle A large congregation greeted her at each service and went away well pleased with her sermons a Miss Cart of Louisville Pall y I Coo Milliner arrived yesterday Those Oyster Stews at City Restau rant are simply fine Try em Miss Susie May has begun the erection of a now residence on Union street Mr Ney Foster has accepted a position ar salesman with the firm of Fair Co WANTED 5 pennies old fashion kind made in 1851 Liberal price Apply at this office The total attendance at the various Sunday Schools in Hartford last Sun day morning was 33S FOR SALEA scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Call on or address THE REPUBLICAN Why buy old Hats old Shoes and old Clothing when you can buy new Spring Clothing Hats and Slides for the price these can be found at CARSON CO- WANTEDTo borrow 1000 at 6 per cent interest mortgage on real estate worth twice that amount also personal security Call on or address A this office 20tf Dr Nestor Barnett Caneyvllle visited his sister Mrs Pauline Barnett who Is quite ill at the home of her mother Mrs Amanda Barnett near town Monday and Tuesday FOR SALE 50 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 31t4 Messrs Black and Birkhead con ducted a very satisfactory horse sale here last Monday They sold In all about fifteen horses Mr1 C Ben nett was auctioneer The horses all brought good prices For Monumental work apply to R A Anderson agent for the Owensboro Monumental Works Geo Mischel Sons proprietors This is an old and reliable house of long standing See Mr Anderson He will treat you right 34tf Mr Chrl ferryman of Chicago who has been in Hartford for the past week installing a Merganthaler Linotype machine for this paper left yesterday for Glasgow Ky where he will Inspect a like machine owned by the Glasgow Times Miss Una Fulkerson lied at the home of her parents at Ceralvo Tuesday afternoon after four weeks illness of typhoid fever Her remains were Interred in the Ceralvo cemetery Well nesday at 3 oclock p m Miss Ful kerson was the daughter of Mr and Mrs L P Fullierson WANTEDGentlemen or lady with good references to travel by rail or with a rigfor a 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 lOmG Black Birkhead who have pur chased the A C Taylor stock of undertakers goods including the fine funeral car have added new caskets and supplies and are prepared to furnish same on short notice They handle from the cheapest to the best at mot reasonable prices 30tf The protracted meeting which was begun at the Baptist church last Monday night is growing in interest at each service Rev Gardner Is delivering some fine sermons and is ably assisted by Rev O M Shultz The services will continue for some time and everybody Is cordially Invited to attendMrs Salon Chlnn died Tuesday afternoon at her home near McHen ry after several days Illness of typhoid fever Her remains were Interr ed at the Chapman cemetery near McHenry Wednesday at 2 oclock p m Mrs China was tho daughter of Mr Ab Chapman und was a most estimable lady Mrs Julia Wedding has sold her two story residence on Union Street to Mr J C Benncttof Mutanzasand he will move hero with his fumlly with in the next two weeks Mr Bennett and family will be splendid and wel come additions to our town The con sideration was 1630 and the sale was effected by Barnett Smith Real Estate Agents Mrs Heber Matthews of Hartford has been appointed aa agent and sales ladY here for Chas A Stevens Jrps Chicago the famous womens outfitters Ladles fine Suits Waists and Skirts made to order Beautiful line of samples to select from Latest fashions best materials and ex iluslvo styles The best work guaranteed Call and see samples One of our valued subscribers In writing us tills week to discontinue Ills paper said reasons for dis continuing Is I cannotget my pallor I received November 10th anrt80tH numbers Saturday March 2 Tlili J in One rf the rnrnytguoh complaints vis have received In tho 1p nths if we knew wlicreMo beginI two wculr try to find where the trouble His In addition to my stock of goner al merchandise of which I make a specialty of high grade shoes I have added a full line of Undertaker goods from the finest casket to the cheapest pauper coffin I have procured the services of Wallace Dun can a professional embalmer who guarantees all work in that line have a fine funeral car and willat tend all funerals in person Calls an swered day or night Laying out and dressing a specialty J P HARRISON Beaver Dam Ky 31t4 4 Death of J N Sandefur Jasper N Sandefur one of the old citizens of No Creek died suddenly yesterday morning of heart failure He was able to be up the day before his death although he had nut been anihonoredbody respected His funeral will be conducted at his late residence to day at 1 oclock p nrti by Rev II D Bennett after which the Interment will take place at the Old Mill graveyard IN SOCIETY Mr T 13 McQuary and Miss Stella Mills were quietly married at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs A W Mills of the Alexander neighborhood last Sunday at high noon Rev J A Bennett officiating The bride is one of the most popular young ladles In her locality being noted for her amiable disposition and winning ways She has for the past few years been identified with the school Interests of Ohio county be ing one of the firstclass teachers and is in every way worthy of the man of her choice Mr McQuary Is a progressive farmer and has a nice home in the Bells Run neighborhood The Republican extends congratulations to these popular young people and wish thorn a happy and blissful future i Y Mrs II B Collins entertained a party of the younger set at her home last Friday night Refreshments were served and the evening was most pleasantly spent The guests present were Misses Alma Riley Mary LaIenaMatthews Bessie Collins MessrsWill Riley Conner Ford Byron Foster Xey Foster Otto Martin Oswald Hocker Seth Riley Douglas Felix Allison Barnett McHcnry Holbrook Harold Holbrook Raymer Tlnsley Estill Thomas Jesse Smith Frank Foreman Charlie Collins Arthur Potty Sydney Williams 4 Last Fridays Grayson Gazette re ports the marriage of a former Ohio ioiuty lady which will be of Interest to many of our readers It says Yesterday at the home of the brides uncle the Rev Clifford Buchanan In Hurdin Co Mr J Dlnwiddls for merly of this countynow of Tennessee and Miss Mollle Elizabeth Tunstall of this county wore married The wed toIa near pros emit This comes as a surprise to the many friends of both parties throughout the county and State They left imnv Jlaiely for Louisville and the i South The bride Is time duughtcr of Mr William Tunstall of near Olaton and one of the mot widely known iMichars In the State She has been prominent in the educational work In this and adjoining counties for a num ber of years Mr Dlnwidrito Is a refiiid and cultured gentleman and a aurcojful business nisi They are both prominently connected Wo join their ninny friends throughout the State In wishing thorn a long and happy lift I err A most enjoyable entertainment was vcn the Ladles Social Club last induy nfternooirby Mrs Z Wayne i I ttfinand Mrs Hooker Vlillams at- ev Lome of the former After being acl usly received by tho hostesses Ilch burst was requested to Inscribe er name In a charming little guest Look designed for the purpoie Pro gressive flinch was played and each lady was presented with a dainty Juindpajn ed card bearing a line from Longfellows Psalm of Life with which sho found her partner and tar tile MrsAV H Barnes and Miss Sophia Woerner each won every game t M A very elegant and elaborate lunch was charmingly served after which tiny round baskets tied with ribbons and violets containing mints were distributed as favors rho guests of honor were Mrs A D Busldli of Texas Mrs O P McKlnney McHen ry Mrs C P Austin Beaver Dam Mrs L P Foreman and Mrs C M Uarnettj Others present were Mes dames iE B Pendleton W H Barnes J S Glenn Rowan Holbrook R D Walkcrtf E Lee SlmmormanW S TinhltyjiGtoro Foreman E E Ulrk SII OUR NEW mm LINOTYPE PYPOHTiNO tAEI1INEc EVJ2RAL BBKKfcs ago the editors of The Republican dealrlng to keep this pjwr abreast of the tames In al ting which go to make a good live country newspaper and one which would be a credit to our lotvn and county as well as a sore of satisfaction to our growing list tX renders began to Introduce great improvement In many directions First we purchased and fitted up the moet commodious and beautiful iunrrcre which are perhaps to be found in any town west of Louisvitftv We next added to our plant an Improved Eclipse Folder which ss3 been described heretofore Tie week we cone to our readers with a Junior Linotype a splendid likeness ot which appears aboveThe Llnotjjv contains over 2300 parts occupies a llcor space of about 5 feet square and weighs 1200 pounds It requires ouefourth horsepower to run it- rhenssemb1ing of the matrices or dies from which the letters are formed Is cffrcict by means of a keyboard rd wires running front the keyboard to matrix escapements The operator sits at this keyboard and presses the desired letters which allows the matrix to escape and slide down Its wire to assembling box at front of machine each letter and character having a separate wire When a line of these thus is assembled it Isrtady to be cast into a line Time operation of the machine is entire y aniomatlc from this point TIe operator simply pulls a lever and resumes his work of setting the next line The line mid matrices is now carried around to the motal pot and mold at rear of lunchine The matrices are locked in front of the mold the metal pot JLs locked up against back of mold a pump descends in the metal pot forcing the molten metal which IB heted to a temperature of 550 degrees through the mull and Into the die of the matrices The slug line is thins Jornied Any metal adhering to the slug which would cause a discrepant in height or thickness is trimmed off by pawing between knives as the line Is delivered to the galley The time coiumned in setting one line Is about 10 seconds which Is estimated to hf live times as fast us the orrtitary compositor outs type from the case la Ute old way Between lc1c1r word when the line is being assembled the operator presses a space key which causes a wedgcshvcd spuct to fall Into the line Those wedges tame driven up just L tort the line Is cast causing It to spuv out to the desired length of the newspaper lino After the line is east the matrices are ready to iP distributed wliluh is done automatically the line being carried by a distributing finger tote highest point on the machine and therefrom dropped to their respective placet tjhind the escapements ready to be used over and over againOur friends anal patrons are cordially Invited to visit our offices and examii 3 this Tvonucrful little machine Mb3 head J C Ilerrj S A Anderson A S Yemen Mfoss LiUtie Marls Margaret Marks Mafia Wadding Werner Sophia Woerncr CarrieI Sanderfur Laura Jlnrton Hattie nett Ida Lewis P a Mr Marvin MittaVs 1 Ind Mss Amy Howard of WhHttsurille were marric I Monday at the Court louse by the Rev W D ain flic altcmlaui were Mrs Dif Haynes anti Mfi Mary Wedding Steveral other 1 i Iorde witnessed tilt oerwaoay The yourfr people are highly respected in tin Whitcsvllle neighborhood where they will make their home Owunsboro Messenger lliph Class Eittertafnnint Par IBenefit of Colic fl Library Next Momlaj night Prot W D j mils Bertram will preterit his gi Illustrated lectxna on the Birth IX Crucifixion and Resurrection c Christ at CoHtR Hall The lecture will be illustrated with moviuc ttiron thrown oa cava by uuv t the very best innflhlKes using iuci than two tliouttnntl tout of film After fhe lerliirw many special feaI cures will be given lu moving pities consists in BldesyliUtag comic scoiuu mill oouie very beautiful j ollgsIQuartettes Uiiiul 31nslc etc The entertainment will he areal j pleasure to nil who inn attend tv ll good per cfu of the jjrtcuctla tn Lo appropriated towartl the Librar fund for thu cbResc Admission lulls 20 cents chil dren 10 cents w I I Public Sate I will on ThJDcaAiy March 1110071 at my farm ncsir 3Ltunas Ky olfev j for sale at public outcry all of ri personal property consisting of Horses Cattle Cam Flap Household I and Kitchen Fumliiire and a large i line of Farming Implements Ferro made known on tiny of sale J C BENNETT t 1 jtteianzas Ky I w u Bank of Hartford Hartford Ky Capita St 1 1000000 Surilu fVlvilcd- PrtJ ts 1360000 Stud h liiers Additional Lttlility 400000- 0Sarty h Debtor1 9380000 J W OMD H l TAYLOR J C TLKV1A8 JOHNT T MOORS KOWAN HOLBROOK DIRS WILL ansowfAtn W uMnsw unnewur Thousands save Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it ITovr To FJud Out- FIt a bottle cr cglass with your water and let is star t enytrr hours a sediment or set indicates an condition 1 of the kid If it stains your linen it is evidence of kidney trouble too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order What to 2o There is conrfcrt in the knowledge so SwampRoct thebackInabilitytoit or bad effects following use of liquor wine or and overcomes that unpleasant oflenduringduring the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon wonderful thebestYou may have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery and a book that t1s more about it both sent rnai1Aaares Cling unhealthy neys also beer none or SwampRoot Co Binghamton N Y When wrltlngTrien tlon reading this gercrcus offer in this paper I remembertheBinghamtonNY l r List of County Claims The following are claims allowed at the October 3906 term of the Ohio County Fiscal Court Allen Jerome Cor inquests 1800 Acton H C drugs for pauper 145 Austin Harrison per diem 1500 Anderson T L team on road 300 Ashby Daler1 450 Same 300 Arnold Estil I 300 Same II 300 I Ashford WmII 450 Amos Gettie II 300 Acton Mark II 750 Acton Schuyler 300 Ashby MorganII 450 Ashby Elmore 450 Ashby G HII II 150 Ashby W PII 150 Ashby C RII 300 Ashby C R 150 Amos Clarence 300 Bartlett D B 1 day a3 viewer 100 Bennett Jo C admadam R bed 500 Barrett Dr W L treatingI 32791BlackBean G J c coffin 1250 BradleyGilbert Co supplies 6870 BarnardE P R B com for Magan dist 1 day 100 Barnard L T team on road 300 Barnard Elmer 450 j Burton A BII 300 Barnard R III II 450 Bozarth Clayton II 300 Bennett E P 300 Baird J AII II 600 Bennett S E II 300 BarnardMonnieW II 900 Blankenship W C 900 BlackD Thompson 300 Black FrankII II 300 Bean J A II 750 Barnes J FII 600 Baize J H DII II 225 Baize W HII 600 Baize W W II 150 Bryant C AII II 450 Baize J H DII II 150 Brown W E 300 Beck W N II 300 Brown L H 300 Beck J F II 150 Baize Granville II II 450 Bolton AlexII 450 Bozarth IraII II Beatty Henry 150j Baltzell C FII II 150 Baltzell C FII 150 Baker WE 225 Baker Tice II 450 Baltzell ThosII 300 Brooks T J 300 Bevin H L 150 Brooks WillII 44 150 Brown Bill II 300 Bellamy W BII 525 Board EstilII 150 Brooks DavidI 300 Barnett T JII 450 Bell Jeff II 300 Bartlett Leslie 300 Blair W P II 225 IiBennettBell Ernie 300 Bishop RoscoII 150 Bell JohnII II 600 Brown W S 600 Bishop RoscoII II 225 1501BarnardBrown W S 150 brown Joe E 600 Bogard Ernest It 375 Barnard LT 1500 jCooperChamberlain B S letting contract for bridge 300 Clark Jerry dressing pauper 2UOJ Coombs Wm coffin iCurtisJCrowder H C 300 IICook1501CoppageCoppage Frank II 37511ColeCarter Jas II 300 Cobb J LII OD i Cobb JasII 1 375 Chambers WillII II30UCanary R B II 300 Calloway AlvaII II 751 Carter W SIISame II II 1 Cnlvort weII nI Curtis E R team on road C 00unllnmCoffman W F 750 15001Curson I Grumes C W II 450 Crowe AMII 370 Dean W S Esq per diem 1505 Same holding inquest 600 Deaver W A team on road 225 Davis Wm 440 Daniel JamesII 150 Davis N B II II 300 SameII II 4SO Duvall J WII II 3001 Daugherty N P I Duvall J WII 750 Same II 150 Dabney Vesney II 450 Davis J A 1 600 Daugherty W C 375 Duvall W HII II 451 Drake Tilton 150 Drake Virgil 300 Drake Jas NII II 450 Daneil J A II 325 Daniel Lawrence II 30JI Davidson Chas Dowell RufusIIII45rDaniel Charley II 450 Duncan Edgar 450 Dean W S Esq per diem 3 Uti Everly Dr G L treating pauper 9 Of Edge W R per iem15lflEllis S H team on road 75 i Ellis Z WayneII 3 11 Embry JT GAO t 1 K Edwards C T U y 30 Eidson L D II 30 Ot Edge W S u U 60 Edge A W 75 Eskridge HEll 11 900 Eskridge J TU 450 Evans W SI 450 Same II 550 Eskridge Julius 1050 Evans CM 600 Everly HarryII 125 Ford CEP coffin 500 Same same 500 French W H team on road 600 Faught GW 600 150IFerguson V RII 900 Ferguson V R as signee of P Coots 300 Felix J T 4 150 Foreman Ed PII 150 Foreman Frank 450- i Foreman H F II 225 Foreman J W 450 Farmer CM 525 Farmer David EII 600 France Alonzo 325 Griffn Z Wayne Bro drugs and etc 9690 Griffin W T team on road 1350 Goff V W 44G00 Gray Allen 300 Griffin Coots 300 Gray Virgil II 375 Graham Jno M Comr 300 Same 4 300 Grant A B team on road 450 Godsey James 600 GillimME 900 Greer J W bal on old claim 600 Greer PowellII 300 Grahams Bros repairing grader 640 Hickey Robt 1 day viewer 100 Harl Jesse B S D C 795 Hendrie Jno L house for election 1905 300 Hartford Hunt Club tent 1800 Hartford Pub Co supplies c 9300 Hodges J T team on road 300 Holbrook Rowan II 300 Hudson C H 150 Howard E SII 150 Hammons L HII 525 Hoover J T 150 Hoskins U Pit 525 Same 4 44 300 Hoover J T II 300 Hoover J RII 4 150 Hurt Hade II 225 Hardester TomII 1 225 Hicks W TI II 225 Helton J H 4 600 Harder RayII 300 Harder ArthurII II 300 Haynes H WII II 300 Hamilton Jas 375 Hawkins John 300 Hoover J T II 675 Hinton T BI II 226 Hoover LeslieII 4 150 Hoagland W P 375- Heflin W M ad road bed 500 HockcrBarney team on road 300 Hill Jesse C II 300 Hocker HenryII 260 Herrell M FII II 225 Hunley Elbert 300 Igleheart Mrs W team on road 375 Igleheart D Buse and benefit of Mrs W I Igleheart 4 II 300 Jackson J T milage reg officer 96 Jackson Dave team on road 300 Jarnagin R CII II 450 SameII 4 450 Johnson LutherII 600 Jones G PII 375 S b1 300 Johnson AllenII 600 Johnson Ben 300 Jones H T 300 ClaudeII 150 W L 225 Johnson Wm EIIlight power Co light 96951 Keown OP sac fees 350 KeownJ G wire in S 0 C office 480 Keown C P SO C fees Moseley etc 150 Moton team on road 450 King Moton II 900 Keown N IIII 150 Keown N HII 150 Keown W T 600 C WII 44 300 SKnottSonic 4 4 300 King J AII 300 Kincheloe R H 150 ameII II 225 Kirk W GII II 750 Knight Matt 300 Lawrence Ab II 150 I IsLeachLeach R P 300 SSameSame 4 4 700 LoydJH 600 Lane Arch II 450 Lake Wm 150 Leach Ed II 750 JJLake C 600 Lindley II 1425 Lindley C AII 375 SLanhamMartin Kinch team on road6ooThos M II l5o Morris Granville 525 GooMitchellSame 4 44 45o 6ooSM1l1erMurphy Adolphus 825 300MetcalfTH 300MaddoxMiller J Li II 675 6ooMillerMiller R A Goo Martin J D3ooMattingly J EII 525 Murphy JR 900 Marlow J M 46oo r r t Mitchell Elazien d 3ocII II Miles Smith Mar1ovL I Gioc Murray W RII 37E Markwell jE 525 Montgomery J Y V X1 6 o Martin R BS 0 C fee Ira Moseley c L5 01 Balancej 760o Maddox G W damage road bed loooo Mofeley Mrs N J same 125o MilesJ H Esq Com to sell lot 3oo Miles W P Esq holding two 0inquests 12oo Marks T S repair work at C house 85o Morton Jno P c registra tion books c 2145 Midkiff Oscar fees and etc Miller W P Esq per diem 15oo Miles J H Esq Same 15oo Martin R B fees to lo13 19o6 66625 Miller Fred teamon road Bob McMillin G H 45 Maples Herbert II 15o McCoy J PII 975 Moseley V CII 9oo Same 4 II 225 Martin W E II 525 McDowell Bernard 15o Maddox T LII It 45o Maddox T6imIt II 15o Moore B HI 30 McDowell B3ooMcCoy J P 4 225 Monroe J B It 45o Monroe A S 45o Monroe Wm It 45o McQuady WT 15o McDowell Riley 45o Miles J H Esq 600 Norris CD 9oo Newcomb W F 3oo Nail J Nil 375 Samea 4415oOwen W A 675 Overton JC 975 Owen R R 375 Overton GTS 225 Overton W C 750 45ojPirtlePhillips Floyd 450 I Pryar Moses 600 Payne S M 1 600 Patterson John 150 Patton C BII 1350 Patton J W 300 SameII 3oo Patton C D6ooPlummer J H 15o Plummer H N 375 Phegley Marion 150 Phillips A E reparing grader 500 Petty R C team on road 600 Pollard Grant 300 Phillips ArthurII 300 Pollard Willie 675 Pollard Grant 3oo Pollard ChasIt 300 15751RaglandRoyal T S team on road 75o Rial Berry If 225 Rogers C 3oo Raines 0 P 225 Raines Roy I II 82o Raley John 150 Reeks A W 625 Renfrew W HU 150 Royal H S II 600 Roberts G H II 300 Riley Seth 225 Rowan SamII 150 Riley M C6ooRiley W HII II 300 Render HermanII 150 Render Emmett 300 Render IrisII 600 Render S H 300 Rowe Finis 300 Rhoads E E II SameII 300I Robertson W D 525 525I1 Mag District loooo Ragland M S making list transfers 4320 Render S H per diem15uoRagland M S fees in ditch cases 3475 Stewart Dr J D treating smallpox 3ooo Smith Miss Mary T official stenographer 17188 Dr A F treating smallpox 14o25 Smith E K Bro for sup plies 550I Shults Jaack team on road 450 Stevens Clint 225 Sandefur J B II 300 Stevens Willie Soo Shltz L GIt 1050 Sullenger B FII 850 3qoStevensSinnett HutII 900 Sandefur JamesII 600 300StewartStevens Lon b1 3 i iC5o Shults W S6oo 825I900 Simpson GiJbertII 300 Stewart J A II 150 W F 300 mith Wm Gioo Smith Payton I 600 Shields BirchII 3roo Shields WarrenII 150 760StewartSanders W T team 6 days 9 1800 Clair Jno D team on road 15o 225SandersSapp James N II 460 ooSlackShreves Robert 300 Shreves PT I6M 3ooShreves iand44 4 Evans 46p Staples N J It r5o Sinnett Joe 450r t tra C I r Smith John A8-o 25 Stinnett WS bridge work lo StewartylamesS emit on road Soo Sinnett J S 75o 235Ij Sandefur SP use v and benefit First Na 4 4 96tionalBank o Stearman T H f 600 Same Ie 16o Smith E F viewer road 10o Sheriff Davies County 5o Tinsley W S fees inI Mosely case 104o Taylor J S damage 160o Tichenor J A damage road bed 5oo Tinsley W S services county 5o2i56 6 per diem 15o o Taylor C N team on road 450 97o5 Taylor C N 45o Taylor Horace 225 Taylor Thomas 525 Thomas J W ISoo 16oo Trogden Charles 15o Tichenor M F 16 Late M M 45o I Same 600 Same 4 43oo Tinsley E E 9oo Taylor J DII 525 Thomas C H 600 45oo Taylor H W 45o Taylor H D 45o Taylor J M 75o Trout G P II 30 Thomas J WillII 225 Taylor Tom 9oo Toms AT Soo Taul W A 4 45o Taylor E M 150I Taylor Ben W 15o Tayley 0 R 375 Tichenor Alney 3 oo 1TaylorTinsley W S petitioners M Miller case 4143 Tinsley W S petitioners in M I F Tichenor district case 4330 Williams C F road bed 3poo Williams T G conveyance for Ipauper W team on road 450 22 W 15o 30iD I Wilson J W 600 Wallace Jno W fencing c 625 fIWilson C RIt 4 450 Wilson T GII 45o Wallace CD Soo Wilson T G 3oo Wallace C D Soo Wilson T G 43oo 1WrightWhite Wm team on Soo Wade Oscar Soo lpoSameWilson Jack ISoo Whitley Ves l 1125 Wade C R 375 Wright W S 600 Whitler JohnII It Soo Woodward S A lo5o Ward L F lo5o Woernica W H 15o Woernica M B 75 For t f Westerfield JH 300 6o00 Westerfield Dink P lolio Same V l 150 Ward L M 16hd 375oWard HC Same 44 lei6o Williams CP 10 160 0 Williams Hendsrson I 760 Williams OP If 300 Williams J C Coffin 1a 2100 Willis Dr L T treating Mrs Goodman 1200 Walker Thos J supplies 140 Wedding Dr S J barce jacket for Drain 2500 Woodward E M commission on Pike fund 1700 Young R M team on road S 300 Yates Temple team on road 450 ATTEST W S TINSLEY C 0 C The winds of March leave no terror to the userof DeWltts Witch Hazel Salve It quickly heals chapped and- o cracked skin Good too for bolls slid burnsand undoubtedly the best re clef for Piles Sold hero by all drug gists m The Worlds Loss A woman said one day to Whis tier Do you think Mr Whistler that genius Is hereditary I cant tell you madam Whistler replied Heaven has granted me no off Timeso paper for sale at this of fice cheap BrightestI Snappiest 5TheLouisville Times the bill Published every week afternoon You keep posted on when you read THE I TIMES Regular subscription price 500 a year You can get THE TIMES and REPUBLICAN Both One Year FOR O- NLYS5OO Send your order to this paper not THE TIMES Read The Times And keep up with the times t BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE In to support GOOD school 2 Such schools are usually conducted by parsons who are NOT quallfieu or who mike It a practice to travel about and do r fraud their patrons 3 There are few If any opportunities for their graduates to secure employment in- v suchlocalitiss 4 The THOROUGH business 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of Knobs Louisville Herald The development of a gold field within eight miles of Louisville Is among the possibilities of the near future George Bowers a farmer the Ohio river eight miles below Ne Albany has procured the services of an expert miner to develop the gold prospect of the river hula on the In diana side below the city The ad vent of the expert has created great excitement in the neighborhood of the supposed gold mine und the progress of the prospecting will be watched with eager interest For the past five years there ha from time to time been found in the hills on the Ohio river eight miles be low New Albany small veins of or which contain tiny particles of gold Competent experts have tested the or and tested to the genuineness of the gold but the precious metal exists in such small quantities that it would not pay to mine ItIMr Bowers on whose farm is the most promising croppings believes that by prospecting deep enough in to the hill a profitable gold mine can be developed The hill on which the croppings have beeii found slopes fron the river a mile back to its summit and it is in the south side of the hill that all of the croppings have been found On the Wright farm which joins the Bowers farm traces of gold have also been found and it is hoped by the farmers of the vicinity that a promising gold field may be discover ed The prospecting of Mr Bowers will be commenced at a point half a mile back from the river and about half way to the top of the hill and shafts will be sent back penetrating to the center of the knobs Lost and Found Lost between 930 p m yester day and noon today a bilious at tack with nausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding at all druggists drug store a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills the guaranteed cure for biliousness malaria and jaundice 25c The Need Good Roads One of the greatest needs of the hour is good roads There is no class of people that would not be benefit ted by them Some people have an idea that only those are benefitted by good roads who travel them but tth is not true Cities and towns depend for their food supply upon the farms and gardens of the country With bad roads that supply must bo drawn largely from a small scope of country immediately surrounding the town or it must be shipped In on the rail roads When the roads are badnear the city the supply of food is partly cut off whenever the weather is bad because bad weather makes bad roads If the city depends for Its supply on railroads the same thing happens because at all the county stations the supplies fall whenever the roads are out of order The consequence is that the price of food products goes up whenever the weath er is bad and the people either have to go without or pay enough more for it during these times unless he happens to be where ho is able to take advantage of the shortage but the speculator reaps a r h harvest If the roads were all goodovery farmer could always be ready to haul stuff whenever there was a delI nd and there would be u much stead pr de mand than at present Where roads are poor farmers rush their stuff in whenever the roads get in fair condi ton and they overstock the market speculators buy at cut prices und store away in anticipation of the time when farmers will be unable to haul The farmers sell most of his stuff on an overstocked market partly because he has a limited time In which to haul it and as theconsumer buys only as he needs it he never takes advantage of the overloaded market but waits and buys it of the speculator when prices are away up A steady market and a fair price is what th farmer wants and that is all he wants If he knows how much to expect for a certain amount of the product of his labor he knows how to figure on producing and marketing that amount but whero he has to guess that potatoes will be worth fif ty cents a bushel and then gets only i twentyfive cents he will only raise half as much tho next year and the consumer willpay seventyfive cents or a dollar a bushelIn order to raise the right quantity of potatoes to keep the market fully supplied every year tho farmers must organize and that they have raised the right amount they may be able to market it they must have good rouds so they will not be to haul at an I fthI 1 1 1 1 N p t1rtYVa Ito a system We no longer depend on providence altogether Tho ma chinery of manufacture and of com merce is being perfected every day and there is no reason why the farm ers should always trust to luck or to the machinations of speculators How much more pleasure there Is too in traveling over good roads either with or without a load find Inlproduce to market you can only haul as much as you can take over the worst part of the road One two mud holes on the same num nwber of bad hills may reduce your load to onehalf what you could haul if your road was all good if the goverment would spend part of the millions now spent on war and on war ships on the making of good roads the people would gain what the ship builders would lose The goo ernment the State the county and the towwnshlp or district should each goodsroads notewrongocasweet and put the stomach right and the sunshine will return to the babys face Cascasweet is best for babies and children 50 doses 25 cents Sold by all druggists m Denatuured Alcohol It is seldom indeed that the masses of the American people have boon worse humbugged by any measure than they Immure ben by th socalled denatured alcohol law or the law re moving the internal revenue tax from alcohol whose uses for beverage purposes had been entirely destmroyed It will be remembered that Upto Date Farming did not gush dyer time bill when it was u pier passage as did souse of our contemporaries On the first place we did not belies e the possibilities of denatured alco hol ere so great as many claimed them to be and in the second place we were sure Us manufacture would be so hedged in as to make it Im possible for local distilleries to pro duce it- But it has turned out even worse than we feared The rulings of the department as we suspected would be the case place its manufacture en tirely beyond the reach of any but the richest distilleries In the next place the department of of chemistry at Washington proves that the waste products of the farm cannot be used in the manufacture of this alcohol or account of their small per ccntuge ol alcohol and the cost of thn adulter ants Xext we are Informed a corporation known as the Industrial Alcohol Company which is alleged to be a side show of the Whisky Trust IIUH been organized to manufacture iha new product The Distillers Se curity Company which Is the whisky trust conrtols virtually nil the load lag distilleries and there you have It- t gentleman writing from WaR Ington says The government k powerless to prevent this new and much heralded fuel from passing into the hands of a trust Suppose some person should say seriously the government is power less to prevent the British govern ment or all the governments of Eu rope combined from taking possession of the wheat crop the corn crop the cotton crop or any oth crop of the United States he would bo confined in an asylum as a lunatic or imprisoned as a traitor Hut that same government it Is admit ted from the capital Is powerless to keep a product out of the hands of a trustSo D Rockefeller will sun control the gasoline and the whisky trust the denaured alcohol and the waste farm products will waste all sameWe this deception because it tends to destroy the confidence people ought to have In their lawmakers Neither Necessary nor Desirable Most of tho clamor for Tariff re niuvai which from time to time rises above the din and roar of the Indus tries of the busiest people on the globe comes either from those who expect to profit personally political ly by the changes they urge This clamor does not come from the great body of the farmers or miners or from time men of the mills or factories who have by far the greatest in terest in Protections results It Is assumed by a certain class of states men that periodical changes of the Tariff must be made and that a kind of popularity awaits the leader who will anticipate the coming of the next changeperiod timid will shout the longest and strongest for its arrival But majority iodical changes are not necessaryand are very far from being desirable Hancock Mich Journal ICant Beat a Miner- A dispatch from Mlddlesboro Ky says Mrs Zabrowski wife of Pete Forkithree girls and two boys childrenI well4 WILL HE USE SET Of fALSE TEETH Taken From Dental Parlors of Dr HeE Baker at Owensboro Owenoboro lluwccnger The case of a man who stole a meeting house is of record Itls as serted that men do sometimes steal red hot stoves and thefts of banks farms and railroads are of frequent occurrence although the operation may be given a milder name But it remained for a resident of Owensboro to steal a second hand set of false teethThe teeth were stolen from the den tal parlors of Dr H E Becker in the Smith building They had been left with Dr Becker for some changes When the person to whom they be longed called for them Dr Becker found that thy had been stolen The teeth were of ordinary porcelalnwith no gold or silver about them and Dr Becker is puzzled to know what the thief expects to do with them It Is supposed that the persons who stole the teeth entered the office by means of a duplicate key OASIJIOftABean Always Bought or thoctidA I First Occurrences- The first horse railroad was built in 182627The sulphur match was made in 1829The first iron steamship was built in 1830The steel pen was made in 1837Omnibuses were introduced in New York in 1830 Ships were first copperbottom ed in 1837- Envelopes were first used in 1839 The first anesthetics were used in 1814Coaches were first used in England in 1869 The first steel plate was made in 1830The Franciscans arrived in Eng land in 1824 The entire Hebrew Bible was print ed in 184S Gold was first discovered in Cali fornia in 1849 The first telescope was used in England in 160- 3Christianity was first introduced in Japan in 1549 The first almanac was printed by George Von Furbach in 14GO j Percushion arms were used in the United States army in 1830 The first glass factory in the Unit ed States was built in 1780 The first complete sewi ng machine was patented by Elias Howe in 1S49 The first temperance society was organized in 1804 The first daily newspaper appear ed in 1702 The first newspaper printed in the United States was published in Bos ton September 25 1790 Morse successfully operated the first telegraph instrument in 1835 I but did not demonstrate it to the world until 1842 The first Union flag was unfurled on January 1 1776 over the camp at Cambridge It had thirteen stripes of white and red and retain ed the English cross in one corner The first shoeblack appeared in 1750 The Publishers I Claims Sustained I I UNITED STATES COURT OF CLAIMS InternationalDItlonaryulluothntlt oorrdetailtho purpose of adapting It to meet tho larger geucrutlnn Wo are of tho tint this allegation most clearly nnd accurately describes tho work that nccolUpllshCtl and tho result tlmthns bcca Dictionary ns it now stuiuH has been thoroughly re edited in every Uutnl hits been corrected in over part and is admirably ndnptcd to mneet the larger nllli severer requirements or n enerutiopIhULtheisorltibnsovcrcoutninol is perhaps needless to mid that wo refer lIt dictionary in our judicial work us of highest authority in accuracy of defini und in tho futurousin thu past It- tr1U uo tho source wfc constant jiiviiinv CHAIUXS C JsOTT Chief Joitlce- LAWKENCB WHDOX llAtI9tSTASTON FrrT CILUtLIi 1J UOWltt Iud The above refers to TTEDSTEnS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE tho highest nward was given to tho Interns tional ut the Worlds Fair St Louis GET THE LATEST AND BEST You will l e interested fn our specimen jmoesecnt free i tsttas l INrRNAtWNALI t L are caused by Indigestion If you eat slittle too much or you aro subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beattheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to expandswell and puff up against the heart This crowds and inter atUrnKodolF- or I Dyspepsia digests what you eat takes tho strain 08 of the heart and contributes nourishment thebOdyStomach Inflammation of tho mucous Digestive of tho Stomach makingmyImmI1lAlo MRS LORINO NICHOLS Perm Yan N T I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I DytpepCuroD KAUBLE Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat BilUTtt Indlgtitlon rrpand at the Lab orssoryofEODWIttIn SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS lDIW1 OrlJs3Ohio CountyCircuit Court TT Illrkhsml Judge lien D HlnifoAttoruey Oaar Mldklff Jailer Ed d IltimiHH Clerk Frank L Felix Mnntor Com mUvlouer Y L Moueley Trustee Jury Fuud R II Mnrtlri Sheriff Hartford Deputy SheriffS A llrntcher L P Crowder E H Mawm Orunt 1ollnrd AVCourtronveneHttrNt Monday In March and August and continue three wwknnnd third Mondny In May and November two weeks County Court W II Taylor Judge W a Attorneyllarttoldmonth MondayInCourt of ClaimsConvenes UrHt Monday In Jannary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other OrtleeMV Mosley Surveyor Shreve S11 Leach An wsorllob lloylnnii DeWveae lIenCoroulrlIn1 Tiictlcos Courts 29SeltemherlW r Miller Home Hranuh March SB loon 25 September December 20 SettetnberW It Edge FordnvlllQ Murch SS June a September 27 Deiem b r 2 II S ChntubeNnia 11e4111Hereto 29 hue September 2 Deretnbf SU Herbert header Vntrrown MrirehSO June211 September 2 December 30 John II Mile rookport March 31 Juno 30 September Decemni er3- 1ISarford lcG CotU It Wedding Jtnlce J S fllonu City Attorney Seth hoarier Mnmhul Court con veues second Monday III cnchmonth CornicesMSunday In eAch month at 11 a m and 7 p in second Sunday lit 7 p m stud fourth Sunday nt 11 n III null 7pm Iniyer mettliiR every Wediifcdny lr1U11I11rlinptlet Church Servlcen held Satiirilny nigh before second Sundiiy Sunday and Sunday nlght and fourth Siioiiiiv and Sundiiy night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening itev A B lixrdiier pnrttor C I Church Service flrnt Sunday In each month at 1111111 nod 7 pm Hev 1 liar uedpiiHtor Christian Church Service ever host Sunday i at 11 u 1IInn1 7 p in Rev W II Wright 1iiHtor I School TruMeeit Hartford OMCrowt J 8 Glenn Dudley Ford CM Ilnrnett Dr K B rendition i cItrCourtrllJ H Williams Mayor C M j Crow tUrk It K L Slmmernmn Dr E II I IViiiltoii A D White Win Fair Win Bean I Dr1 UTcylorCocrot SocLotloa A O U W meets first and third Friday nlkUtH In curb month Hartford Lodxo No fiS FA A Miifoim flriI Monday night In each month j Hartford Tent So UD Knight of the Macna been every Tlmrmlay night I Hough River LodgHNo lift Knlghtnot 1ytbte meotnevery Tuendny night I Preston Morton 1nst No 4 n A It bold rs- ulnrmeetingeSnrnninybetoreerst f tSuniluy ID eac month I PATENTS PROCURED AND DEFENDED Sendtnodel reportFreocopyright etc IN ALL COUNTRIES Jlusiuess dirtct with Washington tares tintf many and often the ExclusivelyWritass Ktath Stmt opp Vnifed 8aee rate Ofle WASHI D C GASNOWi A CATARRHu Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once It cleanses soothes JJrotcctsthe brano It cures Catarrh nnd drives away a Cold in the FEVEBstoresTaste and Smell Pull size GO eta at Druj mllllJElr r p Kw A mt kt Makes the finest light estbest flavored biscuit hot breads cake and pastry Renders the- food more digestible andwholesome ABSOLUTELY PURE ROYAL BAKING POWDEf CONEWYORX IS JUSTICE TO BE DEFEATED Margis Case Transferred To Democratic Stronghold Forms of Law Employed to Clear Hargis While others are Em ployed to Convict Powers loulnvlllB IInnudl Kentucky stands aghast at what eeems to be another attempt to defeat the ends of Justice When Judge Carnes was first named to try the llargls cases doubt was widely enter tamed as to hIs fitness for judicial re sponsibilities All doubt is now re moved No more unfit man perhaps has over sat on the judicial bench Mo has tatted 111 If one mothe alone guided his pttrposethat ot saving the Hargis gang trout everything hurtful to rely tender feelings He has granted a change of venue in the Hargls cases to Elliott county 11 rockribbed Democratic stronghold where the vote stood in 1004 For Parker 1113 to 594 for Roosevelt The whole affair is so much like a frameup that no right minded man in the State can offer for It one word of palliation or excuse A comparatively unknown lawyer named Carnes is appointed Special Judge In the case From the begin ning Carnes has shown a desire to give the Hargises the benefit or even more than the doubt Now he suns up his consideration for the suscep tibilities of Jim Hargis by ordering him tried at Sandy Hook in the next county to Rowanwhere W A Young the Hargises attorney resides and en- Joys wide influence Not a link In the chain appears missing Compare the Hargls case with that of Caleb Powers The latter has been for seven years kept in prison He has never had a fair trial He has been de nied ballalthough held on circumstan tlal evidence only The Hargises have been charged In direct testimony with murder after murder Yep forma of law are used apparently for their protection with as much zeal and empha sis as other forms of law are employ ed to secure the conviction of Caleb Towers We submit the question to Impartial men Is justice to be de feated systematically In Kentucky Is the law to make discrimination be tween Democrats accused of crime and Republicans 90 accused Jim Hargis Is not we say It to the credit of the Democratic party held in any regard by the Democratic masses But lie seems to have a hold on the organization that is sinister and deplorable What Kentucky culls for te one law for all Punish the guilty what ever their political or religious creed Happenings of Hartford College Students and teachers are preparing for the quarterly examinations of next week which will marls the close of the third quarter Final examina lions will be given at that time In Reading and Civil Government and at the opening of the next quarter j March IS classes will be started In Geography Physiology and Pedagogy t it sb iJjIr tv 4 The fact that J JL Williams the druggist offers au International dictionary to the studwtV who obtains the highest yearly average In his studies is causing cimslderable interest to be taken in all examinations A number of students have already indicated their intention to enter either the Declamatory or the Ora torical contest Tires contests will be held during coninwTiceinent week and gold medals wilt be given to the successful candldaies Teachers and their pupils ate busily engaged in pretrariug two school entertainments which vlll bo given In April for the arpose ot raising a fund with which to purchase school libraries apparatus and appliances An illustrated lecture with moving pictures will be given In College Hall next Monday evening for the benefit of the college library Within the past two welts the fol lowing new students have entered school Misses Emma Aston Myrtle Williams MatUv IfeTseley and Hertha Westerfield and Air Claude 1 ark Misses Axtaa and Williams nnd Mr Park arc experienced teach ers A number of new students are ex pected to enter at the opening 01I next term March 16th Mr Ney Foster has given up his studies to accept a permanent post tlon in Fair if Cos store While his friends regret to ae4 him leave school yet they wish burr success Miss Annie Daniel mho for the past three years has entered school Immediately after closing ittr own has gone home on account oC poor health to rest up- Misses Bessie and Jessie Halley Alta Likens and ItulA Uammons and Messrs Elbert OomlaU Will Ed Ashby Clarence Shovn and John Morton visited their iiariaita Saturday and SundayIThe summary report af an depart ments of the college Sor February Is as follows Total j arly enroll ment 319 total iiuiobtv ot pupils in attendance during tale month 26S number of days tauGht 2ft average number of pupils aUeuJlng each day 1M1 average number e S toys attend ed by each pupil frs coscx of ex cused tardiness 33 rw of unex cused tardiness 31 ptstrentase of at tendance based on aironmcnt 8G per centage of altciutaucc based on belonging 92 Fine Team of Mil s rlaned ifi Greeea River A fine team of sialas own I by William Harding of licuderaon coun ty were accidentally diovned in Green river near the nwatiV of that stream last Monday which resulted from the breaking loose of n stake driven into the bank to be used xs a Brace for the vehicles The incline was so irfsep that aben the stake broke loose the nests could not hold back the Tragimi nid nacre rushed headlong Into the watts The wagon and about tt wotth of avo cerles were also lost Th total loss was about X425 Little globules of itnKfcfnt that drives the clouds away DeWtttB Little Early Risers will scatter the gloom of aickheaclathtasi brlioas ness They do not ripe or sicken Recommended and Wlii 1 tires by all druggists I sa i 1 Jl FOR THE BUSY READER ttr x ArQhle Roosevelt youngest son of thd3 President has a tolldVatlack of diphtheria eye v Gen William Booth the leader of the Salvation Army has arrived In New York We e A new company of the State Guard is to be organized at Harrodsburganc made a part of the First regiment e The tenth Cavalry a Negro regi ment has been sent to Manila on the transport Thomas e- e It b believed that Joint Sharp Williams will defeat Gov t yurdaman in the race for the Senatprship in Mississippi e e etAbout 50 Senators anti Representatives left Washington Wednesday on the Steamer Alliance on sa tour of Inspection of the Panama canal zone Several hundred pounds of dyna mite stored at Homestead N J ex ploded last Saturday night doing great damage to property in the vicin- Ity e Three changes took place In the Presidents cabinet last Monday Geo B Cortelyou becoming Secretary of the Treasury Harry Garfield Secre tary of the Interior and Mr Meyer Postmaster General 4 A portion of the State Guardfrom Lexington and Frankfort has been ordered to Jackson during the trial of Hargis for the murder of Dr Cox It Is believed that serious trouble may occur unless a change of venue Is granted United States Senator John C Spooner of Wisconsin has sent his resignation to Gov Davidson to take effect May 1 r His present term will not expire until 1909 but he says he must resume his law practice Sena tor Spooner has been in the Senate 16 years and Is regarded as ono of the strongest and mogt useful members e + It is officially announced that the resignation of Gov Swettenham of Jamaica Is now an accomplished fact and that he will leave the Island as soon as he can adjust his personal af fairs His resignation Is due to the insulting letter that he wrote United States Admiral Davis refusing the aid of the American marines follow ing the earthquake BEDA Mr Tom McQuary of Bells nun and Miss Stella Mills were quietly married on the 3rd at the brides home Rev J A Bennett performing the ceremony Mr Ham Dally Pleasant Ridge and Miss Bessie Mills eloped to 7arksvllle Tenn February 24th and narrlel Mr Claude Grimes of Sand HIll Xy Is the guest of Mr James Ashley and other friends The entertainments given at the homes of Messrs J S Chiun and J W Benton Thursday and Saturday nights were well attended and hIghly enjoyed by all Mr Sam FrIzzell and family moved to Heflin last Friday Mr Malln Benton left Monday for Champaign Ill Mr John Ashley Taffy visited his Children Messrs Oscar and Rufus Ashley and Miss Orma Ashley Mon day night Mr Fred Tinsley Evansville Ind Is the guest of his father Mr J K Tinsley Misses Inez and Janie Bennett vis Ited Miss Susie Nornlca Monday night I The musical at Mr Oscar Ashleys bylMrslIe w srs Dennis Ashley Claude Gr- imesADoctors l j 1 Medicine i I Ayers Cherry Pectoral is not a simple cough syrup It isa i strong medicine a doctors medicine It cures hard cases I severe and desperate cases j chronic cases of asthma pleurisy bronchitis consumption I Ask your doctor about this i The best kind of a tcstlmonia1IU Sold for over sixty years XKto 117 J O Jlyer Co Zew H JUW Alio IDDUt60tureu of I I SARLAtjers I We hT no eeeiete I We the formulas or all pur pubUlhI Youwlll hasten tak- InS bedtime mid Nathan Bennett blisses flora antI Clara Bennett The AvS Oy E met at the 13eda schoolhouse Saturday night and ren dereda very Interesting program Mrs J I Bennett Misses Irpz Janie and Etta Bennett Miss Mabel Ashley visited Miss Clara Bennett Tuesday afternoon Mr Tom Bennett of Livia visited Mr S A Bennett Tuesday Mr W C Bennett and family vis Itcd Mr Dock Davis and family Sun dayMr W C Ashley and family visited Mr S A Bennett and daughter Clara Sunday Success to The Republican rI SMALLHOUS March GMrs Sam Smith Ceral vo was the guest of Mrs Sam Mor ton several days last week Miss Altha Addington Is the guest of her cousin Miss Annie Culbertson Central CIty Mrs Price Morton is the guest o- fMrsT R Barnard Livermore Mr James Hallows went to Liver more Saturday Mrs J C Drake and little daughter Albertnwho have been quite sick are able to be ouj again They were the guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter Sunday Mesdames Greer France Fulker son and Faught who have been quite sick are much better Mr Clarence Overhults Is quite sickMr Owen Hunter went to Rockpor and returned Saturday Mrs Gray Smallhous Is quite sick Messrs R P and Flelden Bennett Beda were the guests of Mr and Mrs Alva Galloway recently Mr and Mrs O C Cox went to Central City Monday Mr and Mrs W T Lawrence at tended church at Central Grove last Monday night Mrs Geo Lewis has returned from a visit 19 her parents at Island Mr and Mrs John Barnard South Carrollton spent the day with Mr and Mrs Charlie Overtoil recently Mr and Mrs Zack Reid who have been quite sick are better Messrs Vlg Morton and S E Hun ter attended a candy breaking near Ceralvo Saturday night- MAGAN A number of folks from this place attended court at Hartford Monday Mrs Arthur Baughnof Taffe was In this community Sunday Miss Lena Miller spent Friday night and Saturday with her brother CharlieMr C Wright who has been quite sick for the past week Is con valescing Mrs Ruth Miller and Baby Cath lene were the guests of Mrs John Miller and family Monday night Miss Eva Martin left today to enter school at Horse Branch Dr L Denton has been appointed postmaster at Magan Mr James Coppage of Hartford was smiling at his friends in Magan last week Mrs L Ralph left Monday for Hartford to be absent several days Mr Charlie Winsatt of Whltesvllle moved Into the community Monday RENDER March 5Otha Miller of Taylor Mines was here last Wednesday F A Turner was in Central City last Wednesday- T J Morgan of Beaver Dam was here last Thursday- Mr and Mrs L Frances were in heaver Dam last Thursday Claude McKInney of Beaver Dam was here last Friday Jake Mclntlre of Taylor Mineswas here last Friday John S Spence went to Nashville on business last Saturday John Barrass of Taylor Mlneswas here last Saturday John Francis left for Louisville last Sunday where he has gone to work for a few months in the I C Chief Dispatchers office McDowell Fair spent the day in Hartford last Sunday Rev W A Grant of Centertown preached an interesting sermon hero last Sunday night- D W Williams was in Hartford on busIness yesterday Misses Pearl Tinsley and Elizabeth Jones were In Beaver Dam yesterday Dr J O McKenney of Taylor Mines was here today R C Tway of Louisville was here today Robert McDowell was In Central City toflay- Additional Common School Grad uates In addition to the list of graduates published last week the following passed the examination successful and will receive diplomas Bessie May Mason Ethel Keown Bessie May Smith Rachio Shields Albert earl Edison Jesse B Mason Elmer Murry EdIson John H Keown Otis White Minnie Belle Ranney Russell Cooper Credit for these graduates is due lessra J W ODell and Birch Shields r i- y u q40 a jf r 0 tNtlfW J iWhere ShallftEaster Suit That is the question which many are now considering Hold + v on to your DOLLARS until yon see the new r Spring Samples ATa1 ON DISPLAY PEARLS PANTIORIUMSa- mples in the piece containing about one and onehalf yards You can see just how the garment 6 will look after it is made up Get in line and be one of the DRESSIEST We guarantee each gar ment to fit perfectly and made from thoroughlyIar shrunk cloth Our prices are lower than all others comparedwith Quality style and workmanship PEARL D TWEDIJELLr C TILLERS OF THE SOIL E- in Its I Jj Will Make no Mistake by Visiting the Reliable 49 and Well Known Firm of i I 3 WILLIAMS MILLER It ft 49 For anything they need on the farm They i Jj handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc jj fi Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and bit 42 walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and t buggies for young folks and old folks bit I fLfi21 In Addition = j We have the best equipped shop in Ohio county = 4q fitted with the latest improved machinery and ap i Jlj pliances and besides all kinds of general Blacksmith jj 4Ring can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other iq cannot do at all Everything at very fnoder jj ate prices bit b e Q+ RWI LLIAMS MILLER t d4 BEAVER DAM KENTUOKY bit 4q bit i J CENTERTOWN March 6Rey W A Grant delivered an able sermon here Sunday morning and gave us a good lecture at Sunday School in the evening The big five L C Morton Alvin Rowe Dr Chapman Robinson Ash by and F M Allen were present at meeting Sunday McKenny Son purchased Frank Calverts property here this week R S Ashley and T F House have taken positions with the Williams Coal Company Coal contractors were here this week prospecting for coal V B Morton of Livennore was here this week oi important business We will soon have more land sur veyed lotted and ready for buyers Mrs Kelly of Linton Ind is here visiting her sister Mrs L M Phipps Miss Laura McPherson is at home again after an extended visit with her brother in Owensboro Stroud and Williams are nearly through with their sawing contract Willie Reneer Render is here vis iting his grandmother Mrs F Ben ton For Sale Splendid twostory dwelling in Hartford on Washington street only one square from Court House and new depot site For terms and further particulars address Barnett Smith Hartford K fROCKPORT March 6Mr S Reid went to Fre donia Tuesday to visit his uncle Mr Tom Reid Mr Joe Ypung Central City was in Rockport Sunday Messrs Morton Williams and Wil lie Russell Beaver Dam were here Sunday apdMrsed Dr Maddox and family Saturday and Sunday Mrs Gordon Young Beaver Dam is visiting her mother Mrs GeraldIne Hines Mr L F Gibbs went to Owensboro Sunday Miss Cora Reid went to Louisville I Sunday and returned Tuesday accom panted by her sister Mrs Leland Smith I LouisvilleI1 I JAMES C BENNETTtp O Box 123 Hartford K- yLICENSED AUCTIONEERWill erty in Ohio county Terms reasona ble Your patronage solicited MondayMr L Dupuy went to Louisville I Sunday and returned Tuesday t A New Livery Stable- II have recently rented what is known as the Casebier Burton liv oppositeI hitchlchoicest feed and politest attention I guaranteed Have none except firsttclass horses I have ordered a new complete and uptodate livery out RoughRiverJ E CURTIS 33tf Hartford Ky i N ticHThe Finance Committee of the Am erican Society of Equity for Ohio Co for the year 1905 is requested Ito meet at Hartford Monday March 1 1907 The purpose of the meeting to arrange for paying for tobaccg pooled at Beda and Beaver Dam In 1905 J P Foster MANDA r lMarch 5Rev W N Miller visited his sister Mrs W F Sandefur last Sunday placeistime and lots of good speeches and enroll new members nearly every strongCecil r no better gripJohn I f I Pleasantxlost his house by fire last 1 evening and all its contents He had no insurance and it leaves Mr Leach homeless Anyone that can lend a helping hand will be kindly received haulIng i sawing and others will put the house r up as soon as time willadmitT a iIP