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UNITED MINEWORKERS MEET Carriage Workers Present Claim For Aid Delegates Will Present Matter to Locals for Their Approval or Rejection Owensboro Kentucky March 13 The opening day of the convention of the Miners union of district 23 Southwestern Kentucky which took place yesterday was fraught with much Interest to the general public asntibst linp3riit step was taken After addresseB iby members of the local carriage and wood workers un lon Vftllfrig pt the shutout from work and the contracts they will be forced to sign In case they return to the factorlesa resolution was offered by them for passage by the convention endorsing their moves and offer Ing them aid 1 Reports of President Barnabj and Secretary Smith were heard and ap proved by the meeting The noon adjournment was then taken It was In the afternoon that the most Important portion of the days work was transacted for on returning to the hall the delegates found that the meeting was attended by a delegation representing the local unions of the carriage and wood workers who had come to present their case and ask for aldboth mate rial and sympathetic William Wood made the first speech of the afternoon after the del egation had been recognized by the conventionB then made u speech which was greeted by long applause tWe are suffering under a lockout at present which I declare Is without either right or justice on the part of the eml10er8IWe are forced to ask the aid of the miners unions and J wish you gen tlemen to present our case fully to your locals when you return home and ask their aid In every way both by giving us sympathy and in a more substantial form of money donations Lastly I ask you gentlemen on your return home to present to your locals these agreements which such ofthe men as were allowed to return to work were forced to sign They not alone force us to give away our rights as citizens of the countrybut as men as well A response to these talks was made by W J Campbell of Drakesboro a negro delegate who assured the carriage workers of the sympathy felt for them and promised future support President Barnaby In a short talk assured the men that they had the sympathy and would have the sub stantial support of the miners union- C W Wells a member of the na tional board made a short taUt filled with assurances of aid He pointed out that the farmers had requested that unless a man carried a union card no trading should be done with him and they In return will begin to look for the union stamps on every article purchased In this way the factories will soon be brdught to see he thought that it will be to their material advantage to recognize the unions and employ union labor I own a buggy from nn Owensboro fac tory gentlemen said ho and I am sorry of It I will say this that In case I return home and find that someone has taken off the wheels and broken up the body I will not be sorry After presenting the resolution they wished adopted by the conven tion the local unionists withdrew The meeting was adjourned immediately afterward President Barnaby representing that none of the com mittees was ready to report The Meeting The revival meeting at the Baptist church here conducted by the pas tor assisted by Eld O M Shultzstlll continues with Increasing interest Two have professed faith hi Christ their personal Saviour and others have expressed Interest All things con Blderedthe attendance has been good The meeting will continue all this week All are Invited to help in the great work of saving souls from eter nal death Death of Good Lady Mrs Flora Smith wife ofClarence 4 Smith died at her residence at Ow ensboro at 12 oclock Tuesday night of last week after a lingering Ill ness of that Much dreaded disease Consumption Her remains were brought to Fordsvllle Wednesday evening where funeral services were conducted by Rev Hartford at 1030 oclock Thursday morning from the Main Street Methodist church after which her remains were Interred In the Fordsvlllo cemetery The de ceased who was the sister of Fount and Harry Stum was 37 years old and a most estimable lady An only daughter and husband have the pro foundest sympathy of their numerous friends In their sad bereavement Suit for 100000 Damages Filed by Dr Coxs Children Lexington Ky March 13Sult to recover 100000 damages was filed last night In Fayette Circuit Court against James Hargis Edward Cal lahan and Elbert Hargis by T P Cardwell Sr guardian for Edward Cox Lucie Cox and Brackie D Cox children of Dr E D Cox and Infants under fourteen years of age In the petition it is alleged that the defendants James Hargis Edward Callahan and Elbert Hargis con spired together with each other and with John Smith John Abner and Asbury Spicer and others whose names are not known to murder D B Cox It Is further alleged that the Har glses and Callahan and their asso ciates did on April 13 1902 murder Cox TO IMPROVE COAL MINES AT COFFMAN Green River Coal Mining Com any Now Own Property and Will Increase Output Messrs J H Grogg and E M Gilkerson of Parkersburg West Vir ginia and Dr A D James directors of the Green River Coal Mining Co were at Coffman otherwise known as Jimtown Monday for the purpose of looking over the companys prop erty and to meet Mr A H Wal strom of the Geo D Whitcomb Co of Chicago and Messrs W W Rosen steel and J W Young of the Cald well Mining Car and Foundry Co of Caldwell Ohio with whom they placed orders for a new coal tipple and 50 new mining cars for the Coff man mines The company will put In this spring 30000 worth of Improved machinery and equipment at Coffman In order to supply the large demand they have for their coal They now own arid operate three large tow boats with necessary barges on Green river and will add other boats as needed In addition to their large hold ings of coal lands in Ohio county they have recently added 2700 acres of coal land In Muhlenbcrg county on which they Intend to open mines soon SMALLHOUS March i3Quite a crowd from this vicinity attended the burial of Miss Una Fulkerson at Ceralvo last Wed nesday Mr C 0 Hunter went to Hartford Saturday to remain until Monday Mr Alva Galloway is at Hartford attending court Messrs John Lewis David Oldham and Charlie Overtoil went to Central City yesterday Rev G H Lawrence was a guest of his son WT Lawrence Monday nightMr Dill Howard Livermore was In this community recently Miss Blanche Campbell Centertown is In our midst teaching music to Miss Maude Galloway Messrs Robert Hunter Frank Ticla cnor and Joe Bullock attended the sale of Mr 01 Kimbley Saturday Mr W C Overhults went to Ma tanzas Saturday Mr Robert Hunter was a guest of his sister Mrs P L Wood Ceralvo Saturday night and Sunday Mr Ross Morton Livermore was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs Sam Morton Saturday and Sunday Miss Annie Culberton Central City IB the guest of her aunt Mrs Corde lia Addlngton Mr Lee Ovehults went to South Carrollton Friday iMr Fought Owenaboro and a Mr r MagFaugiE d BIRDS EYE VIEW OF JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPO SITION TO BE GIVEN BY THIS PAPER- i Two Most Popular Young Ladies In Ohio County One North And One South of Rough River Question to be Settled By Ballot Under Rules Similar to Our Mammoth Cave Trip Last Year Last year The Republican gave a very successful free trip to the Mam moth Cave for Ohio county school boys determining the favored ones by a popularity contest We feel this year that the young ladles should have a chance So we have determined to send free of any cost whatever the most popular young lady In Ohio county residing Xorth of Rough river and one residing South of the river to the Jamestown Exposition We do not desire to Invite any trouble on the age question and hence make no limit Any lady who may consider herself young enough to make the trip may enter the contest The contest will close Saturday August 31 at 5 oclock p m The trip will be made sometime In the month of September and the two successful ladles will be accompanied to Jamestownby one of the editors of this paper and his wife Every item of expense in cluding railroad fare hotel bills exposition tickets etc will be met by this paper CONDITIONS OF CONTEST Every dollar paid in subscriptions to The Republican whether arrears or advance will entitle the person making such payment to 100 votes and they will be recorded for any one of the candidates as directed Amounts of less than one dollar will be credited with a proportionate vote Any one will be allowed to vote for a candidate residing In any part of Ohio county regardless of the voters residence- A coupon will be printed In each issue of The Republican and when clip ped and sent to our office will be counted as five votes for the candidate whose name appears on the same A supply of blank ballots will be fur nished to any one on application The names and standing of the va rious candidates will be printed in these columns front time to time Books will be opened ready for votes next Monday morning March 18 Select your candidate and arrange to aid her in every possible way n NOT GOOD AFTER APRIL 1 FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION This Ballot Will Count 5 Votes for Miss When properly filled out and returned to The Republican office i by mail or otherwise on or before expiration of date shown above + FOUND NEAR i RAILROAD TRACK i Man From Oklahoma Picked up Unconscious Near Cloverport i I Monday Morning A party of fishermen Monday morn Ing about nine oclock discovered a man lying unconscious near the rail road track In tho vicinity of Little Tar SpringsA severe gash was cut on the right side of the face and his head and body were otherwise badly bruised He was brought to Cloverport In a skiff and a physician summoned Consciousness was partially restored but throughout the day he remained semiconcipus and It was difficult to any of the case The man gave his name as N G Bally and his home as Thomas Oil Fields Okla He stated that he was on his way to Carrollton Ky to visit his daughter Mrs Catherine Swango Further than that ho was in St Louis Sunday he does not remember and is not able to tell how he was Injured in hln hat was a punched ticket His pockets contained 18 In money an accident policy three duplicates of j deposit and one certificate of deposit in the Bank of Commerce Tulsa Okla The Injured man appears to be about seventy years of age Yesterday he was considerably Improved Relatives were communicated with and a son living In Louisville arrived here yesterday for his father Breck enrldge News Notice to Road Overseers- All overseers of roads In Ohio county are requested to send me location and number of miles of road In their boundary number of hands allotted to them and postofflcc address of overseer This Is Important in order that I may send you certain literature and keep in touch with you In an ef fort to Improve the condition of our roads All road graders must he brought to Hartford by April 3rd In order that they may undergo any necessary repairs Expense of bring ing in graders will be paid by me G A RALPH Road Bridge Com Ohio Co Greater Louisville Exposition Ky March 1830 1P07 Tickets on sale March 1S2123252S and 30 190- 7Tickets will be good to return leaving Louisville not later that midnight of April 1 1907 Fare 340 round trlpifrom Beaver Dam i 1 y J E WILLIAMS Agt s Beaver Dam Ky d DEMOCRAT CAN DIDATES SCARED Accuse Beckham of Bad Faith In Hargis Affair Appointment of Carnes May Cause Defeat of Entire Ticket- Consternation has seized the candi dates for State offices on the Demo cratic ticket as a result of the action of Gov Beckham in appointing Judge Carnes to try the cases against the Hargis clan in Breathitt county and the way Carnes disposed of the cases The Democratic candidates on the State ticket are up in arms over what they terns an effort made by Beckham to pay a political debt They believe that the Democratic ticket Is placed in jeopardy by the appointment of Carnes followed by his strange rulings which have aroused the people In the State Many of Heckluims enemies in the Democratic party boldly declare that he does not care a rap for the State ticket and that ho will continue to be the friend of the Harglses no matter what happens One of the candidates a man who h1man didates to protest against the appoint ment of Carnes and men like him to try the Hargis cases It Is proposed to demand of Ueckham that he ap point a man of high legal attainments and one known for his fairness and honestyA Democratic politician says that the success of the Democratic ticket is far from certain lie said that he feared that the Repub licans were going to get togethernom Inate a strong candidate for Govern or put good men on the ticket with him and wage an aggressive campaign with Hargis as the issue If they do the Democratic ticket is doomed almost at the beginning of the campaign to defeat he continued If the ticket Is defeated Beckham will be responsible When he appoint ed Carnes to try the Hargises he hurt the ticket no little but when Carnes made the stupid blunder of transferr ing the cases to Elliott county bi reparable damage was done In this connection however one thing Is certain If the State ticket is defeated Ueckham will never go to the United States Senate The Dem ocrats will never consent to the election of the man who caused the defeat of their ticket It matters not if the Legislature is Democraic and Beck ham the party nomlneehe will be un horsed and sent down to defeat un less there is some light shed on this Breathitt county affair The voters have come to believe that politics Is at the back of it They believe that a political promise is be- Ing fulfilled They demand the light anti if it is not turned on the Democratic party will have to answer for it FOR THE BUSY READER It is now believed that the end of the Thaw trial Is In sight and that the case will reach the Jury by Wed nesday March 27 4 i It is reported that 155000 applica tions for pensions under the recent act have reached the Commissioners office at Washlngtonand that the to tal number may reach 300000 R R The power magazine on the French battleship lena blew up without warn- Ing Tuesday and scores of sailors were either killed or horribly Injured R R R Striking workmen In the Owens born wagon works appealed to tho United Mine Workers of the Western district of Kentucky to aid them In their contention No action has been taken iR The Owensboro Seating and Cabinet Company Is one of nine concerns In dicted in the Federal Court at Chicago o on a charge of maintaining a school desk and a church furniture trust The grand jury details the plan by which the two combines are said to have apportioned business i RRR John Jackson was arrested nt Princeton on an Indictment returned y r by the Caldwell county grand Jury charging him with complicity In tho burning o0the Orr and Steger tobacco stemmerles at Princeton 1 Citizens of Richmond voted against saloons after a hard days fight In which the women of the town aided The temperance forces won by a majority of 118 Processions of women paraded the town all day with bands and banners R R r Th9committees of commercial clubs from various cities of the country who have just returned from a visit to Panama declare the condi tions to be favorable for the comple tion of the big ditch within the allot ted time eight years R R Louisville Is for the first time in her history in the throes of a great strike The city railway employes aro seeking to have their rights to organ ize recognized by the company Already much property loss has result ed and many persons Injurled RRR Through passenger train No 3 on the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad struck a landslide and was wrecked five miles east of Hinton J W Flan agan one of the oldest engineers on the C and 0 was killed and Fireman Michael Quinn was fatally Injurled Trial of the libel suit of Noel Gaines against W P Walton and tho Kentucky State Journal was begun at Lawrenceburg Percy HaIr took tho witness stand and denied writing the now famous Lasting letter Walton was also a witness and will bo follow ed by the Governor and other State of ficialsLIVED UNDER ALL THE PRESIDENTS Aunt Betty Freeman Who is 113 Has Smoked Tobacco Ninety Years Plttsburg March 11Mrs Eliza beth Freeman celebrated her one hun dred and thirteenth birthday at her home In Clarion county today having lived In the administration of every one of the Presidents of the United StatesAunt Betty as she is lovingly called by her seven children fiftyfive grandchildren twenty greatgrandchil dren and three greatgreat grandchil dren has been addicted to tho tobac co habit for the last ninety years On her birthday she called attention to her habit of smoking the pipe saying that It was partly responsible four her long life Mrs Freeman was born near Con nellsvllle In 1793 She Is a member of the Presbyterian church and has memorized nearly the entire Bible Uncle Sams CandyIDo you know that Liggett Satur day Candy is the most widely told and popular candy in the United States today Saturday this candy U told allover the countryand eagerly bought by a ofcandy overt lemn1ne and imasculine LIGGETTS SATURDAY CANDYIr- Is Uncle Sam favorite and deservesto be j Put up in fancy pound boxes everyone containing a choice auortment of chocolates and tempting creamy bonbons On sale Saturdays only at 29c a pound James H Williams I ThaiStorer r i IY iIUlTERAGYILLUSTRA TED I Only Eight States Have Great er Percent of Ignorance Small Pay For School Teachers and Over 1000 Log School Houses tlly MM V A IMber- tNo moro striking illustration of the evil effects of machine rule domlnat oed by small politicians can be had rthju the present system under which EKejjtucky exists Under it the State ranks 3G in the descending scale of illlt cracjr In oher wordsthere are only 8 states which have more illiterates than Kentucky Including territories 3he Tanks 42nd in illiterary Eliml niaJLhjK the negro Kentucky is no longer 20th but 42nd in the descending stale rof education About onefifth xEcule jjf education About onefifth of our entire population can neither read aior yrlte This is deplorable and shoiilfl make the cheeks of every true Kentufkian burn Xor can we lay th- ertlattg unction to our souls that tlw state of affairs is caused by the presence of the negro in our midst Our ugro population is much smaller then Georgia yet Georgia has fewer illiterates than Kentucky For Qvory 1 expended in Kentucky for pdnwitJonal purposes Indiana ex aieniiH 149 Ohio 137 On the oth fv baud for every dollar earned in Kentucky Indiana earns 157 and Ohio Sl45 In the 82 yean between 4870 and 1902 the increase in school expenditures In Kentucky has been J39ln Georgln72 in FloridaT4 in Wont Virginia 10I In Ohio 113 in LAraBsachngutts 137 in Illinois 130 An California 229 Now there is no attitudeithu value it places on the training of tthe children than to look at their isehoolhoiises and certainly the schoo hotivs of Kentucky tell a pitiful and iflhameful story The houses in which jKcmtucky farmers shelter their stock riire much bettor and more comfortable than the houses in which their shfldreu are trained for citizenship The work that has to do with mind and soul and body with the shaping of rlmracter and the making of ideals Js carried on in buildings that are tumbled down and dilapidated It is saJd that nearly every county in the IJStAU Jias a costlier and more comfort flWi jail than any rural school house aotuid in it The ugly desolate rsclurrJ house with its depress ing jeffect and demoralizing influence oantJ the substantial comfortable awe jfJntjiliJiig jail follow each other in natural sequence as cause and effect Than are In Kentucky 12S old log jchnl houses to say nothing of little plank boxes nearly as unsightly and tartly as comfortable There are in Avpiiuicky 2107 schools without suit abl coats and blackboards Only itiiink of it nearly 100000 of Ken ituckyis children humped over on bauklenx slab benches shivering with icolflln tho full blaze of this Twen ittoUi century while searching for the iOiii common division on a broken tilatoTJiuro are 3584 schools without educational7 the schools in the State For many yearn Kentucky has been encumbered with 25000 school trustees f000 wf these can neither read nor write cant 10000 more have no conceptions of their duties or their respoiiHlbill t tIes These humiliating conditions can not bo explained upon the hypothesis that Kentucky enrolls a larger percen tage of pupils In private schools than faro enrolled by the other States Ac cordlug to the same reports referred 10 above only Florida and West Vir ginia among the States mentioned fall lower than Kentucky in the per centage of pupils In private schools j For weak kidneys and lame back use DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Best for lumbago rheumatism bladder and other troubles arising from bad blood They cleanse the kidneys and clear the system Indorsed and sold by all druggists m I 71 ricK Monkey and Matches I Sweet William is the clown monkey fJf an educated simian troupe now at theaterlYorkJuan lIe accidentally was unfettered during a matinee and began to rum mage He got hold of the stage car penters coat It contained a pocket M lox of matches Now matches are Sweet Williams forbidden fruit He lighted three or lour and with one set fire to the car 3 euters handkerchief Presently he- ma on fire himself when he dashed wOW on the stage his brick red cat ur surtout a crackle The house was full of women and children and they roce like a sea Fireman Attredgeof engine compa yjr ny No 8 who was passing In the street dashed in and from one of the stage boxes hurled a philippic at the multitude that taken with his blue uniform brought it to Its senses It calmed cool and sat down to get the rest of Its moneys worth Sweet William was rolled in a coat and the fire extinguished You should be very careful ofyour bowels when you have a cold Near ly all other cough syrups are constipating especially those con taining opiates Kennedys Laxa tive Cough Syrup moves the bowels contains NO opiates Conforms to National Pure Food and Drugs Law Bears the endorsement of mothers everywhere Children like its pleasants taste Sold by all druggists m AI URGES FARMERS TOI JOIN A S OF E Large Bodies as Well as individuals Have Right of Per sonal Perference He a refusal to work with nonun ion men labor organizations occas ionally excite acute irritation among nonunion men and criticism from press and public The nonunion feel that in taking such action unions dictate how they shall run their bus iness and encroach upon their rights The nonunion seems to believe that by this course the unions monopolize farm labor and determine without the right of appeal who shall l o permitted and who forbidden to workThe question thus raised by the nonunionist is not legal but ethical From a legal point of view there can be no doubt that the unionists have a perfect right to refuse to work with any person or persons for any reason good or bad The legal right of union farmers to boycott should not bo called Into question In refusing to work with one of their fellow craftsmen they are simply doing together what they have a perfect right to do separately A man has a legal right to refuse to deal at a certain establishment to give or withhold patronage to buy where he sees fit and what one may do a hundred or a thousand should have the right to do No one can compel John Smith to buy goods from John Drown and no one can compel him to enter the same car sit in the same church or cat at the same table The refusal of unionists to work with nonunionists is frequently made to look like a persecution of a re ligious sect A man who is forced to join one church against his will Is thereby obliged to surrender his liberty of conscience and to conform or pre tend to conform to certain beliefs which are possibly repugnant to him The union on the other hand does not ask a man to believe in anything A unionist may be a Catho lic Protestant or a Jew or may have or profess any belief of any kind whatsoever All that Is required Is the performance of certain simple duties and the incurring of certain common obligations- It Is generally felt by unionists that is the nonunloutnt obtains the advantage of all the sacrifices made by the union he should also share in these sacrifices The unionist feels and justly feels that he who reaps should sow It is peculiarly galling to the union to find that the men who sold their tobacco arc tin first to gain by sacrI- fices which he and not they have made It is not in human nature to expect that a man who has borne the he blunt of the conflict and the heat of day should view with equanimity his enemies or at all events his lukewarm allies enjoying the fruits of his toll in the cool of the even ingThe nonunionist who refuses to assist his fellowcraftsmen but draws eneflts from their sacrifices should be invited to join the union or be obliged to work only with other non = unionistsTo men who have not paid dues who have not bourne their share of the expenses of organization and strug gle The union opens wide its doors Even at the eleventh hour these men are permitted to enter The union is willing to let the dead past bury its dead to clean the slate and allow the nonunionist who have made no sacrifice to Join the union upon tho same terms an others All that is demanded is that the cost and burden of union management and ac tion be fairly shared in tho future and in tho event of their refusal to join the union the members simply refuse to work with themP A Shaver in Central City Republican I I Og rO rIB f Always Bought I sfgaatt c affo rf GARNES DISGRED- IBLE CHAPTER In Kentucky History Consists In Saving Hargis All Seemed to be a Prearranged Affair With Governor Beckfiam Under the headlines of The Har gis Coup the CourierJournal says The part which Judge Dill Carnes has played In the HargIs affair is on ly another flagrantly discreditable chapter among the other discreditable chapters which make the history of Hargls gang in its relations to the courts ever since the beginning of an active effort to bring to justice the murderers of Cox and Marcum Carnes qualifications for the bench when he was appointed a special judge by the Governor seems to have con sisted in his willingness to do chores for the Governor In the latters politi cal campaigns and as the Governor has a consistent record of giving his appointments to men whom he can count on still to do his chores his dis covery of judicial timber In Carnes is not wholly Inexplicable- At any Irate Judge Carnes by his course in the Hargis case which he was appointed especially to try has done everything to Indicate that his conception of his duty was to prove his respect for the alliance which has long been known to exist between the ambitious politician who sits in the Governors chair and the useful poli tician who bosses the Tenth district At every step Carnes appears to have realized In his primitive callow way what is expected of a special Judge in this special case Indeed in his primitiveness and callowness he far overshot the mark His rulings when tho case was called last winter were so palpably aggressively uni formly and determinedly In favor of Hargis that ho was not only called down by the Court of Appeals but he drew upon himself the scrutiny of the whole State and aroused among the partisans of the prosecution such indignation that he would not go back to Jackson without a bodyguard of troopsThus protected he reascended the bench with his program in his pocket And it was in carrying through this program that the HargIs crowd scored their great coup HargIs though ordinarily turning his back on the press was free in informing the press that he would not agree to a change of venue that he preferred to be tried among his own people his attorneys refused every suggestion of a change made by the prosecution and when Judge Carnes in ostensI- ble response to the demand through out the State that the case should not be tried in BreathItt announced that It should be tried In Elliott a county which Hargis is stronger in some re spects than he is In Breathitt the defendants attorneys gave the trick away by hotly resisting the attempt of the prosecution to have tho trial take place even In Breathltt rather than In Elliott It was shrewdly played up to that point but at that point It was clumsily uncovered just as most af the Hargls tricks are sooner or later un coveredStill Carnes has served his purpose Hargis has his way aunt the State is no nearer than ever a trial of this case strictly on Us merits before an impartial jury It is a shame upon Kenlucklans a shame to all Kentuckians who honor their State and are wont to claim honor because of their State A O A 91OXIX Asoar thelha Kind You Hava Always Bought Signature I IJl ofWild Ride in Runaway Train With the whistle rope tied down 1 and the engine screaming a warning which could be heard for miles around a heavy coal train of twenty two cars dashed down the Prackvllle I grade du the Broad mountain on the Reading tracks recently at the rate of seventyfive miles an hour Fortunately there was nothing on road to interfere with its runand below St Cliiir that the train could bo brought to a stop I I The train ran four miles down the I mountain beyond control Around j curves it sped with the speed of the fastest express the engineer and fire man clinging to the engine while I I members of the crew were flat on their stomachs hanging on desperate I ly and waiting for the end There was no use in jumping for that meant certain death so the only hope was that the engine and cars might keep the track This they did and word was telegraphed down the grade to have everything kept out of the way of the runaway i When St ClaIr was reached the brakes began to take hold and at Dor I mers time train finally came to a unit IATouch That Heals of Bucklins Arnica Salve Its the happiest combination of Ar nica flowers and healing balsams ev er compounded No matter how old the sore or ulcer is this Salve will cure it For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles its an absolute cure Guaranteed by all druggists 25c C S Roosevelts Sure Thing Failed President Roosevelt is a better hun ter now than he was some twenty years ago when he first went look ing for the deer in Maine under the guidance of Bill Sewall On that occasion he and his guide camped at a place where deer were abun lout Just before dusk Sewall l laced him at a corner where he could watch the runaways When yov see the deer you let drive said time guide In a few minutes a fine buck came trotting toward the ambush Un able to restrain his joy young Roose welt turned and whispered Do you know this Isthe first deer I have ev er shot Then he turned to let drive but the buck whose keen ears caught the whisper had jumped sideways and disappeared What Sewall thought and what Roosevelt said for the next five minutes would make what Horace Greeley used to call mighty interesting reading r Spiders to Spin Rope A recent news telegram from Dan yule Ky says- Impressed by the great cost af producing hemp Assessor R DBruce has set on foot a plan to replace the industry by the use of giant African spiders Mr Bruce is now In the south completing arrangements for a spider hatchery It Is stated and will organize a stock company to further the project According to Mr Bruce the dark continent produces a certain kind of spider which at maturity Is the size of a Maltese cat and weaves a web i as large as broom twine and as strong These he says are easily domesticated and are fairly intelligent For years the natives have utilized the webs for fishing selns He says that one African mogul in response to a letter writes that the spi tiers can be profitably produced by means of incubators Mr Bruce beI I lieves the raising of hemp will be en I tirely supplmdedI THE SINGERII i Wheeler ORII If in need of a Singer or Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machine I will bring one to your house and show you 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 U1 T The nonshifting The keyforevErycharacter The straightline keyboard The complete keyboard The rocksHaJff constructed EATEK IF- eIE6s1TIQW IREROVNDTRIPBY RAILORRIVER MAR I83O T tll EATOIENDnlsBAND t t f It 6Yernmen4 LXhbils If 1i aid o1trtireaTptlraclions PRESIDENT 1 EOOSEVELT 2I TOUCH WILL THE a TToll I J INOusYRYfv f REAL 1 I ESTATE idwellingfor sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you i have to do is to list with usINote These I Ninety acres of land on Rough river near Clear Run J bottom land Good new four room house i with large hall and veranda New barn and nice young orchard Two neverfailing wells I A 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber 2 miles from Green river li miles from Paradise 4 miles from Echols 5 miles from Rockport 8 miles from McHenry Has good five room dwelling barn 50x50 plenty of water small orchard price 900- Splendid two story dwelling with i j seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated j on lot 2 acre All out buildings and good water Price reasonable I One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the I Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain 40J acres near White Run adjacent- to the I C R R half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor PfenderTypvrHer J L ETS IIII SEEx11 IALL J 4i f l RTA1JD TERATUfE 0 Q mation furnished on application 100 acres 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultivation 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings termsheasy A farmer of 120 acres on the Rochester and Rockport road two miles North of Rochester 75 acres Green river bottoms rest good hill 45 acres in fine shape for cultivation this year rest well kept Good dwelling and out buildings all kinds of fruit and one of the best water ed places in the county 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch 1 C R R 70 acres up land bal bottom will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About 60 acres in timber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance on I easy payments New two story frame dwelling in Hartford Six rooms two nice halls k Lot 100 feet front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fredrica x and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain The 84 acre tract of land recent ly purchased by J H Hickman of Owensboro from the trustee of H C Powers situated in the Concord neighborhood five miles east of HartfordList property with us We will find a buye- rBARNBTT 4 8J TJ1S Republican Office Hartford Ky I You can read this ad twentyfive ways9 and eachQstatement is true i is the most noiselessIis the most accurate lis the most rapid- is the most easily learned is the most durable THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER GOeInc 821 Pine Street St Louis Missouri t- g I w c 4 ifi s e r el 7 n fa 1- r Yy DUWIESGAREER I COMES TO CLOS- j t Head of Church of Zion Ex pires Suddenly Relapses Into Delirum Before g Deat hand Hurls Inconer ent A masIChicago March 9John Alexander Dowse died at 740 this morning at Shiloh house Zion city There were present with him when ho died only Judge D N Barnes and two personal attendants It had been his custom ill summer to hold religious services every Sunday afternoon in the parlor of Shlloh house About 350 of his original followers remained faithful and attended these services Dowle always wore his apostolic robes Shortly before 1 oclock this morn ing Dowle became dellrous and hit talk was the same as at a religious meeting in the days of his prime He denounced people with the oldtime vigor ordered the guards to throw I out disturbers and acted just as he had on so many previous occasions IAJohn Alexander Dowie was born In Edlnburg Scotland May 25 1S47 In I I860 his parents removed to Adelaide yearsohouse Here Dowie developed the commercial Instinct that served him so well later In lifeire saved enough money during thai period to return to ldinburg at the age of 20 to take a fiveyears course in theolo gy and the arts lIe became a master l of Greek and Hebrew and cultivated Iialiterary taste that resulted In after years In a library of 10000 volumes 1 with which he was thoroughly famllE larISix years of denominational actlvl ty wearied Dowie who longed for a a I wider field of operation He forsook It his church and In 1878went to Mel fI 6bourne where he set up a free Chris- tianyt tabernaclethe first of Its kind and organized a divine healing asso J elation which afterwards became Ins ternatlonal In character He became j president of this association and gain ed fame by going out Into the country during the prevalence of putrid fever and apparently affecting many cures by praying and the laying on of hands OieIwhere his association had a number of branches but the fates took him across the Pacific and his announced intention of making Great Britain the world headquarters was never car ried out- Dowle landed in San Francisco in 1888 needing money He needed 250 and had Just told his wife he had asked God for It when a man he had not seen in months came along and put the amount in his hand That was the starting point In his wonderful moneygetting career In the west ern world Two years of wandering along the California coast followed and then In 1590 DoctorDowle his wife his son Alexander John Gladh stone Dowie and his daughterEsther arrived In Chicago which was the f theater of his great work During the next five years Dowie J was arrested at least a hundred i times for the violation of city ordl nances relating to the care of the sick x but the more trouble that was made for him the more he prospered In realty Branch churches were established In other cities a large hospital for the healing of the sick was built In of Chicago and a college for the train Ing of missionaries was organized a 1printing plant put In operation and p a bank was also startedsThe Christian Catholic church in Zion City the outgrowth of the origis Hal International Divine Healing association was formally organized In February 1890 Dowie becoming gen eral overseer Four years afterwards Dowie before a large audience in the auditorium theater announced that he was Elijah the Restorer spoken of In Malachi This assump tion of a Biblical personality created oven a more of a sensation among his followers than any of the worldlyn prophetahad marked out his plans for Zion City the crowning effort of his life Six thou sand acres of land were purchased or secured by options and In August of r 1901 the first building was erected In Zion City which a year later had a a population of 10000 l The winds of p March have no terror 1l to the user of DeWitts Witch t Hazel Salve It quickly heals chapped and cracked skin Good too for bolls and burnsand undoubtedly the best re lief for Piles Sold here by all drug gists m He Was Taking a BatbSSidney Dallas of a group of reporters In Trcmont tern pie Boston this temperance story V A Melborne husband stayed out till About 3 a m This man when he I j 1 Y hy t I Cures Womans Weaknesses Werofer to that boon to weak nervous StaffEwhichIsvorite Prescription uternotivity of the entire reproductive system medicament vurooses than situ other dnp with uhtch I am pocullarIndlcatlbntorleadingIndications leurorrheeaatonic Irrthe renrodl tlve Bans ot women constant kidneys= ened con Rion ot the reproductive System monthlyperlud organsand tbeIIf more or less of the above svmntoms n I iiu no n n + e r tan ta it r Pierce s v rib r e I um U t pg I l1elonlnsIrepresentsOf prominent prescriptionProf nett Medical College Chicago says ofthoand gene al enfeeblement It Is useful ofCincinnatithosystem ItIsall debllltatld states JeffersonMedicalValuable In uterine hemorrhage mcnor dysmenorrhmapainful faithfullygredients and cures tho diseases for which they are recommended got home thought that he would go boldly to the bathroom and take a bath That would remove from his wifes mind any suspicion as to his condition It would show her In a word that he was all right So heI undressed filled the tub and plung In Hot and enfevered as he asIenjoyed the bath As he splashed and scrubbed and putted he heard slight noise and looking up saw his wife In the doorway His wife was regarding him with an expression- of unspeakable contempt He wasI rather amazed at that But he said nothing He lowered his head andI went on scrubbing Well what are you doing she asked Cant you see what Im doing he answered He rubbed on some more lather Imj talfiif It lath She tiiilfed Iud said as she turned to go Why dont you take oft your underclothesthen LDEST APPLE ORCHARD IN UNITED STATES Venerable Trees Planted In New Mexico by Franciscan Monks Still Standing The oldest apple orchard In America if not in the world is In the center of the ancient town of Manzano New Mexico Many of the trees are more than six feet in circumference but all aro still fruitful and vigorous although neglected for generations Little is known of the history of this orchard but the oldest in- abitants of the valley of the Rio Grande remember the orchard from childhood and claim that the trees have not changed in appearance since then Venerable Mex leans and Pueblo Indians tell of vis lUng the orchard as far back as they can remember and finding apples on the ground in all stages of decomposition at least two feet deep The Estancla valley has been peopled for ages probably by the kinsmen the natives found by tho Spanish explorers at Gran Qulvlrla Abo and other ancient cities Probably In the days of the Spanish occupation Franciscan monk found his way Manzano and there planted the that have developed into these venerable trees They are no doubtfully three hundred years old Close by the orchard is a little lakej fed by a large spring A shot tance away Is a grove of pines and 1nlcCatarrh Cannot be Cured with Local Applications as they can ot 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 quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians inIcountry for years and is a regut prescription It is composed oft best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of the two t ingredients is what produces such results in curing Catarrh for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Props Tot ledo 0- Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation J m J 1 tI i I SHORT CROP LONG PRICES Urged by President Daven port of the A S of E No Need to Raise Big Crop and Sell at Little Price To tobacco growers Another sea son of production approaches Soon each grower will prepare the sollsow the seed cullvate and anticipate a good crop But what will the harvest be Will it be rich In pounds an poor In dollars as It was In the years of Ifl02 1903 and 1904 This all rests with the boys In the furrows themsel ves If you are tired of the old and uncertain way 1 ask you In the name of everything that Is near dear and sacred to you as a tobacco grower to change to the right and certain way for the 1907 crop The only way tinder the sun Is through the A S of E and the reduction of the acreage We must regulate the supply to meet the demand There Is a surplus of tobacco As evidence of the truthful ness of this statement I refer to the attitude of the tobacco trade or trust to our pooled tobacco By drawing from their reserve stocks and buying every pound they can from the dump er he has given the trust enough to bacco to supply the trade hence the results have been this We the or ganized farmers have been forced to hold our tobacco from twelve to sigh teen months before a sale could be made The above statement Is good evidence that a surplus exists some where The mere fact that recently some large sales have been made Is not at all encouraging and should not act as a stimulus to cause the planting of a bumper crop The tobacco that has recently been sold still exists and must go into consumption before it Is out of the way The report of the Secretary of Agriculture for the year 1900 shows that we fall to curtail production The Secretarys report shows that we produced 45000000 pounds more In 1906I than we did in 1905 In other wordsI the tobacco growers added 45000000 pounds more to their already heavy load and is forcing the growers everywhere to change to the system Let everyone put his shoulder to the wheel and pull the productlop down to 600000000 pounds on the 1907I crop Let us for one time produce a short crop and sell it for a long price Both knowledge and wisdom are before us and truth stares us in i the face at every turn and the man who doesnt absorb them In every part of his skin must refuse to receive them and if he refuses to learn It is because he is a traitor and a Benedict Arnold to his country 1 take this means to sound a note of warning The trust has its hidings all through the tobacco belt advising the farmers to plant a bumper crop this year I ask the man on the outside to ponder the question well When he gets to thinking of planting a bumper crop and taking that sneaking and undetermlnlng advantage orII his organized neighbors do you think the Great Giver of all good will reward his efforts along that line Once to every man and nation comes the moment to decide for the good or evil side Choose ye this day i whom you will servehome wife and other dear ones or Prince Ferlgo or King Duke 1 appeal to all that Is noble and good in every homo nnl1I libertyloving tobacco grower Let tIlli war cry be down with the acreage In the good year 1907 Fraternally E L DAVENPORT Pres CIsney Ky Feb 26 lUOiiHealth In the Canal Zone The high wages paid make it a mighty temptation to our artisans toI the force of skilled workmen needed to contract the Panama Ca howeverbyIt is the knowing onesthose 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 weakness and all stomach liver and kidney trpubles Guaranteed by all druggists 50c m rIDealing With Pear Blight The treatment of the disease may j classed under two general heads 1 Methods which aim to put the in condition to resist blight or to render it loss liable to the dlseaseand 2methods for exterminating the microbe Itself which Is of first Impor lance for if carried out fully there can be no blight The methods un der the first head must unfortunately be directed more or less to checking growth of the tree and therefore are undesirable except In cases where j W111eyenorchard Under the head of cultural i methods which favor or hinder peat blight as the case may be the most Important are the pruning fertilizing cultivation and Irrigation but details In regard to these need not be given here as the main reliance must be placed In the only really satisfactory method of controlling the disease that Is the extermination of the mi crobes which cause It Every parti cle of blight should be cut out and dormantsa single active case being allow ed to survive tho winter in the orchard or within a half mile or so from it- Every A family should have a repre sentative newspaper from tho metro polls of a State in addition to the home newspaper The Louisville Herald Is uptodate in its news service everydpaper has arranged to club The lie publican with the Dally Herald and offers the two papers at 200 per year The special price quoted by The Lou isville Herald Is for a limited period only Send In your subscription to us before this splendid offer expires With Few Exceptions Wliton Lackaye says that while on a downtown L train one morning re cently he chanced to overhear potions of an Interesting conversation between two young women occupying adjoining seats I see by the paper observed one of the young women that MrUlank the octogenarian Is dead What on earth Is an octogenarian anyhow I dont know Im sure was the reply hut theres one thing certain theyre a sickly lot of people You never hear of one unless he Is dy ing Llpplncotts Magazine How to Get Winter Eggs For winter layers you can put your faith In small flocks of early hatched pullets uniform in size shape and age says Xew York Tribune The winter layers are scarce as hens teeth In a big flock of all sizes and ages The farmer who spares neither time nor expense to provide separate quarters for other stock on the farm think there Is no use doing the same with poultry and pullets and yearlings and two earolds are all kept together This is a mistake many farmers make The large flocks never lay well espe cially in winter and In a mixed lot the proper amount of feed for one type Is too much or too little for another neededbutlfewso cold that the tall overhanging comb of the Leghorn will freeze Good layers and a poultry house where the wind rain and the snow can enter are found In the same armjThe refuse from the hay loft Js thelhenscloverboth good feeds The lime in the clover helps to make a thick eggshell and that Is what the market desires The hen do not enjoy scratch Ing In damp heavy litter It should be changed and stirred up occasional ly To prevent dirt being scratched into grit boxes water fountains otc attach them to the wall just handy for the fowls to reach Sheaf wheat and oats are egg pro- ducIng foods and are among the best foods that can be given in cold weather to give the fowls needed exercise- to keep them warm To lay In cold weather the hens must have enough food for bodily needs and some sur plus for warmth and eggs An amount of food that produces eggs In winter I would be considered heavy feeding in summer When the price of eggs Is counted at this season it is certainly profitable to give the hens enough feed to mako them lay else what we do give Is a total loss The proper amount of feed and regular feuding bud water are iinportiuit The habit of laying It usually hereditary but once In a while a pullet bred from a prolific layer IB a failure as an egg producer Tho pullet that Is a shy layer will bo a failure In this respect to the end of the chapter It well to keep an eye open t lId findI at which are tho busy birds and tycrs anti breed from them and ire the males you get are from bYI ylng strains A nervous active ith long deep boiv Od layer In spite ot dbuhntl1gcHI When Beveridge Tapped Taft j Senator Boverldge of Indiana till other afternoon administered such u reproof to Secretary Taft as Is not likely to to forgotten ir a hurry by the big Ohio noun The Senator wai delivering his speech on the child labor blllan effort which bad cost him a weeks preparation Almost trom the beginning of his remarks he was annoyed by the hum of conver sation Immediately behind him Turn ug lib saw Secretary Tuft In animated discussion a group of senators Looking straight at the sec retary ho said In clear tones If am disturbing you I will suspend until your conversaton is finished The secretarys taco flushed until it seemed as though he would explode but after a few moments he left the chamber N41k VfegetaMePreparalionror tsimilating IbcFoodandBcgula WtglhesrDat andEowels of i I HlLDRbN Promotes Dige3tionCheerfur J ness and ns neither m plOTIITARCOTIC I ldrtoe OUlJrSWflZ1H1Cll1l 1i1f aw ItoM wt jL1itNd tntxym flxtvn J forConslipllI t jnessandLosSOFSLEER nnture of II NEW YORK EXACT CQPCF wRAPRER I CASTORIA For Infants and Childrenw The Kind You Have Alway ght- Bears tw 1 hftliof 1m- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTO RIA THe OtNTAON SOMPANY NEW YONM CITY 4 j r- OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 20O THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 1 59+ THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensborolnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 15O Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN a 1BEa Etl B RANDALL IIWhenSTOP A- TSeimiligs fiII j m EUROPEAN HOTEL iThe Home for Ohio County People lfil m Elegant Glean Rooms and Polite Attention S W fBCorner Second and Jefferson Streets GRIFFINProps a 1B c E gB8BQK8Bac J 10 BLACK B1RKHE- ABgUNDFRTAKRS Jj We have bought the A C Taylor stock of Undertakers goods fiSuppliesenced embalmer and funeral director and can meet any require l ment at any hour We invite your custom J I a BLACK BIRKHEAD j 7 Jt r Hartford Republican limed by the Hartford Inbllftblng Company INCOBPORAVJCD T tJJIQ E BRLTH sEx=EDoiz ys- Combrlfssd 9- Rauch n1Vrw fis FRIDAY MARCH 15 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS- We are authorized to announce S A ANDKJ i SON of West Hartford Ireclnct a ciimlldm e or Representative In the General AlllflmblS from this the Mth district nubjvct to the uctlGno the Itepubllcan party We ore authorized to announce W W IAltt of the neda Precinct a candidate for Hcprei e a Lathe In the General Assembly from thUtheifito district subject to the action of the Hepubllca party 1 Examine the label on your paper II t Is not correct notify us Ten to one the President has fotmd in Senator Blackburn a man who will not resign his Panama job Jerome and Delmas could soon be i come millionairs If they should decid to take their show on the road We have seen nothing since our j last Issue to cause us to withdraw out remarks on the question of good roads Vote for no one for the Legislature this year who Is not willing to provide a State fund to aid the counties- In building better roadsIIf the President would order a free distribution of the coins instead of putting a new design on them lie would Increase his popularity very much i The dispatches say that Blackburn has ordered his horses sent to Para ma Does he Intend to muke the mint bed so large as to require a team and plow Louisville policemen are under or I their coats buttoned 11atets in Louisville this is a wise precaution j Since the Democrats at Lexington registered and voted 1500 negroes Inl their primary election recently self respecting well informed DemoI cratic papers in Kentucky have drop ped the negro as a political scare crowThe Chicago Journal tells us that the people have glen 32000100 0ithe board of education However th people did not know about it until i John D Rockefeller told them It wont be so bad though if he dont asp less us again to make good the amount i We hope tho Louisville Street Hall way employes will win out in their fight for the right to organize The Street Railway Company has always been very slow to make any con cissions in the interest or for the convenience of its patrons and hqllqe is not likely to have munch sympathy from the public in the present struggle It begins to look like the Court of Appeals had concluded to wait until after the election to decide the redistricting cases When it was first sug gested that this might be the plan hit upon to avoid an extra session of the Legislature and thereby relieve the Governor of any further embarrass ment upon the lid question wu could not believe it If the President desires lo know how truly he is returning good for evil to the Kentucky Democrats by his appointment of fire eating Joe Blackburn to a 10000 Job he might Inquire Into the number of Republic ans appointed by Cue lieckjinm or any other Democratic Governor upon the State Hoard for charitable In stitutions and other supposedly nonpartisan positions Alexander Dowie was undoubtedly certain order of npll L4Itexalted field his end might hac beeij far different His example shouldljfl u solemn warning to young men lt does not pay to humbug the peoploj If you cat For a IbtYg time Dov1 seeped to succeed in doing so and garnered in his millions only to die bereft and an outcast r i1 Because of the present unjtuitiegisj latlve district apportionment1 In th allotment of free scholarships til the Westerly State Normal Schqolsli nated at Howling Green Ohio coup it gets 5 while McLean Hancock Bu iitt Meade and Spencer gfit 10 eat I The only way this outrage cajijie I c t seated by Ohio county manhood at the ballot box We shall jfej th we have been very much rnislaketo the pride of our people Jf theyrAl ho do 1C f iY L it x7 rCJ h fl T Jfbsp6cls rOt a Republican victory in the State election thlsyear Miave grown so bright that there is likely 1r U to be a hot contest for ovary place on the ticket at the convention to behold iy Louisville Juno 19th Let us r 4 the a ticket above re tJroac1imadc up of men whose char serer dud qualifications cannot be questioned Such a ticket oil a platform pledging impartial but firm en fOWfmeet of the laws reform in ev ery nt of the Stat abolish rheni of needless offices and reduc tlonirof taxes will sweep the present oligarchy from power for good Any party which will deliberately disfranchise a county as has been donVlnfyie case of Ohio county In representation in the House of Repre sentatlves is unworthy of support Political rights are even more sacred than property rights We object seriously to entrusting our property rlghts further to a set of men who rare I so devoid of common honesty as to take away our political rights The great county of Ohio should re corp her full 6000 gates against the party which would take from her the voice which Is given to little Uul lltt McLean Spencer and Hancock Ohio Is equal in area or population to any three of them For the last two State elections the Democrats have made Caleb Pow- ors the issue They cannot complain the Republicans make Hargis tho IIIt this year Through the law in the hands of the Governor the appointment of special Circuit Judges the responsibility of the farce which is becoming more disgusting every day in the trial of Jim Hargis- Is laid squarely at Heckhams door Because the people for seven long years have stood untold abuse of port erlt mist not be taken for granted that they will always remain passive It is the last feather which breaks the camels back In this case it is a mountain instead of a feather a- j HARGIS AND POWERS In no uncertain tones the press of- i Kentucky regardless of politics is j I sounding the death knell of the pres ont regime at Frankfort On top of the BcckhamCarnes farce at Jackson conies the announcement of the selection of Judge Robins t6 again sit in judgment over Caleb Powers This nnndedIto which the administration has gone to cqnvlct Powers the Republican and to acquit Hargis the Democrat Powers last sentence was Ievcrsedhc cause of Judge Robins unfair rulings against him and yet In face of that he ty again selected by the Governor t1 v J I1 This outrage against the State smells to Heaven and causes even the rockribbed CourierJournal to con donut the whole crowd in the follow ing unmistakable language- The way justice has been diverted I burlesqued and outraged In the whole course of the Hargis episode iihfl Uieway it has been set at naught with the utmost impunity by the an archists of the western part of the State fill its friends with despair Verily there Is something rotten In Kentucky To be more exact there I- lis something rotten in the government of Kentucky And some day those who have betrayed their trust are going to feel the force of a sir tueloving peoples righteous Indignation Just a Few Facts James Hargis former boss of Brcathltt county has keen indicted for murder James Hargis Is a member of the Democratic State Central Committee Democratic papers all over the State have called for his removal from the State Central Committee but some oc cult powerful Influence keeps him thereIn the contest for nominations at the last Democratic primary Hargis was a strong HeckhamIhigeii sup porter Beckham and Hargis curried the counties where Hargis Influence pre dominated by enormous majorities Hill Canes a HeckhamHager man was appointed to try the Hargis case In Breathltt county Bill Canes the Beckham1 lager appointee removed the Hargis case 110 Elliott count Elliott is the home of Judge Wed dlngton former Count Judge and a cousin of Jim Hargis Elliott county forms part of the new Thlrtysecojid Judicial district farmed by the BeckhnmHager mete in the last Legislature itThe Circuit Judge of the Thlrtysecv ond district Is M M Redwlne appoint ud byGov Beckham 11111 Redwlne Is the brother of thtti notorious D B Redwlne a busi ness and political friend of Jim Har grs alsoaffWe Invite impartial Democrats to ponder over these facts Then we shall ask What are they going to doi about It L r MILITIA MAY BE- ORDERED I OUT r To Quell Disturbances in Lou isville Strike No Prospects of Peace Are in SightMayor Barth Is Determined Louisville Ky March 13All pros pects of peace in the strike of union employes of the Louisville Railway company seem to have disappeared and the militia will in all probability bo brought to Louisville within the next twentyfour hours to preserve order and to prevent the destruction of property For a time today was thought that as the result of strong pressure brought to bear by the business interests of the city amid especially the directors of the Greater Louisville Ex position and the Commercial Club would result in a basis for arbitra tion These efforts appcnr now to have been wholly futile Committees from the business or ganizations visited the officials of the Street Railway Company and of the motormen and conductors A basis 4 for arbitration was almost arranged but a fatal snag was struck The rail road officials balked at arbitrating the question of recognition of the union and finally declared that they could not consider unionizing their system This is the one point that the union men are most anxious to arbitrated and thus the conference ended Mayor Barth said this afternoonaf ter having sworn in 100 extra policemen c that he Intended to have or der restored without further delay and that he would not hesitate to call on Governor Heckham for troops Although the mayor has not said so it- t 1- believed that troops will be called for tomorrow A number of strike breakers arrived todareAll of the strike breakers are under the command of Captain Pollen of Chicago an assistant of Fairleigh the famous strike breaker It was stated today that if Pellen Is I unable to break the strike promptly airieigh himself will tonne to Louis ville and take command There was much disorder during the lay and many people were Injurled and scores of arrests were made Fp Among the Lodges Hartford Lodge No GiG F AM held a call session last Saturday night at which the fellow Craft dc ree was conferred The lodge has received the new lantern slides for illustration In the lectures and it c K expected to aid materially in tim- ework A degree team has been organ lzed for the third which will be glv m first Monday night in April 4 iii At the regular meeting of Rough TlledayI I night It was decided to le grave markers to be used in connection with the memorial and decoration services to be held this Spring It was decided to have a luncheon Tuesday night 20th and order thev presence of each member as impor tant business is to coots before the lodge Knights J C tier Roscoe louder and Ramey Duke were appointed committee on lunch Knights I R Pirtle It D Walker and K E iSirkhcad were appointed to arrange suitable entertainment for the occa lIon The Maccabees had one Initiation last night and u good attendance The following order has been promulgat ed by lI F Elkinstate Commander I hereby call a convention of repre sentatives of the various tents of Maccabees of Kentucky to be held in CcJvlngton on May 7 1907 The purpose of this convention is the election of one representative to the Supreme tent from the State of Kentucky as I provided In Chap 126 laws of the as sociation M F ELKlNState Com Approved by order of Supreme Executive L E SISLER Sup It K The members of Keystone Chapter No HORoyal Arch Masonshave JUchI received a summons signed by Secre tart Vickers commanding them to be present at the regular convocation to morrow night Besides having degree work it is understood that matters- I of great Importance are to be tonsil erect TAFFY March 9The farmers of thQ A S of E met March 8 for the purpose of discussing the question of building a warehouse for pooling tobacco at this place President of the conmiit tee J H Ambrose opened the discus sion advocating the warehouse on which several others made talks The select school at Mt Mprlah that is being taught by Miss Maymee i Shown Is progressing nicely anti those who are attending seem to be very much pleased with their teacher1 rtrtrtrt ii f i T LIPI BARNES BROSLr convinced of the necessity of a Carpet tWe some years ago were where people could come make their selections have a 1 t 1 andt11 room was intended and take it home with them the same day We inaugurated 4Ithis department jc it has been a t success The de hastistock each season until now you can J4 buy almost any S thing you could JU want in floor coy c3 erings Rugs Lace Curtains Window JL Shades OurSprinf T Offerings e all in- V ready for your in toishow you whether you buy or not I We show quite a variety of Patterns 35cJUnions in several styles at per yard 3oc to The e All Wool Fillings in nice assort ments of patterns at per yd 50o to aGcI All Wools at per yard G5c to 75c t Oil Cloth Carpets one told two yard 4 widths at per square yard 5oc to 35c Linoleums in square yard widths +s per square yard 50c TI Theory Versus Practice The Constitution of Kentucky pro ides Section 1 All men are by nature free and equal and have cer taln inherent and inalienable rights among which may be reckoned First the right of enjoying and defending their lives and liberties Second the right of worshiping Almighty God according to the dic tates of their consciences Third the right of seeking and pursuing their safety and happiness Fourth the right of freely communicating their thoughts and opin lOlls This clear and laudable declaration worthy of believes in the Declaration of Independence is reduced to practice by Democratic bosses after this fashion Republicans are not the equals of Democrats Republicans may defend their lives tuna liberties just to such extent only as the Democratic bureau crats see fit- Republicans may worship Almighty God according to the dictates of their consciences so long as that conscience does not conflict with machine inter may seek and pursue safety and happiness but only ante Democrats have cleaned the platter Republicans have the right of free ly communicating thoughts and open Ions as to crops weather ancient his tory and astronomy but not on current Kentucky politics Democratic law breakers of the JI Hargis type must be tried in a Dem ocratlc county by a Democratic jur exclusively The Hon Mr Hargis II a mountaineer and a Democrat am entitled to such delicate consider tons Republican mountaineers accused o murder are tried and convicted i Democratic counties far removed from the mountains by juries 01 which no Republican is permitted t a t Art Squares We have added a nicti line of Art Squares nine feet wide by twelve feet ff long Priced at each 1250 1800 Ibeauty tmenThe choice in a wide range of styles and at prices per y L 5c2Q25c 35c The beautiful patterns in the Japanese Mattings are worthy of your con sideration at per yard loc 20c2fic35c Beaver Dam Ky t 4 44444 estsRepublicans unJ Mattings flHarglsL From EGGSII tons which are fine layers goodt T size and 1001uI IeBSignature lIIIfZof I n ftUTANZAS j a March 13The recent rains have greatly retarded farm work Some of the farmers have begun to plow for corn however I J C Bennett has sold his farm to T H Taylor consideration 2500 Mr Bennett has bought property in Hartford and will move with his family to that place in a few days j We regret very much to give Mr Bennett and his excellent fanny up but congratulate the people of Hartford- on I their gain I Hollls Tichenor who has been con are Hoods Fnmarwirllla in hocolnted torah They hue ldentleatly o no Jot w breakareor Poof dniCKuU or of UI 1y1 Hood Co to his bed for a few days with the grip is some better-s Mrs Dorcas Tichenor has lagrlppe W C Everly who has been in the army for the last tour years returned home last Sunday to stay r Sheriff S A Bratcher of Hartford was In our midst Saturday nightrTho entertainment at J P Tlch s last Monday night was largely M W hell while fencing his garden last week in setting posts struck hard substance about 18 inches be L low the surface which on investigation proved to be a ono gallon jug containing blackberries mind on In quiry It is learned that they were deposited there thirty years ago and had been forgotten They were In a good state of preservation consider- Ing the length of time they had been tllere F O Coffnmn and Harve Condit went to Hartford last Monday J M Stearman and Iris Render are attending court at Hartford this week Spring Humors f Impure of effete matters accumulated in the blood during the winter cause in the spring suchr disfiguring and painful troubles alsoyI The best medicine to take is Hoodsl Sarsaparillwhich thoroughly cleanses the blood and effects permanent cures by giving t healthy functional activity to the stomach n liver kidneys bowels and skin tablet 1 tormbesides4 evaporation t LowellMan Mrs L lekordGt Every spring I was completely prostrated Sareaparlllaholpe 1fUABAXTEED under the Food and Drugs jt June 30 1G06V No 324V a w t 7 91 J yv r r e r rt a rpipppV tMI fit r t t 49Atl xairstJ ISpring I- k Opening = t 1 i We want to extend the ladies = of Hartford and vicinity a = SPECIAL INVITATION to = attend our Spring Opening = of Millinery t Silks Woolen = Dress Goods Wash Goods a = White Goods etc 21 al tSATURDAY 2- 1I MARCH 16 2- Ii j a Jfc Special prices will be made on a IMerchandise in ALL Departments 2 Jfc Come and bring your friends = II- Ii iC e aCPtALEPS ill a 12Hartford Republican 15IFRIDAY MARCH illinois Central RailroadTime Table I North Koiinil Nlllllll IllMIIKl No 132 due 0051 in No 121 rtiif 1181 nm I No lrluel30 p m No 101 due 24S p n No 102dueNSpot No 131 dnr Sfii p in I The Long Gloves are found at Fairs 1 New Collars Delta and Combs at Fairs Dont forget Fairs Millinery Opening Saturday Attend the opening SaturdayMarch 16 at Carson Cos Fairs are showing a pretty line of Fancy Silks for Easter- WANTEDBoarders by the day or week MRS T M TAYLOR I I Pretty line of new Wash GoodS at Fairs trimmings to match i City Restaurant is headquarters I 1 for everything good to eat Those Oyster Stews at City Restaurant j are simply find Tryrem I Mr Z Wayne Griffin went to Lpu IsvllleTuesday on n business trip I Good wideDlackTaffeta Silk Yahje1 6ion1100 yard at Fairs yourasteat Fairs All- the u 1 Buy in Men and Doys Salts y f 7 Bo sure to visit Fairs Basement I f when 1i towp V5c and lOcnothing higher t itar e Jones of the H3JI yttitedWiBSEifiiSa EPark and Miss Eva Allen Vast Saturday v r for sale two young muleq rind a good buggy Horse Call on prIdt1rEs E C GormanBeaver Pam Ky I r t I New gopdsarilxlns every daj at Carson Cos Buy your Fruits and Candies at City Restaurant Buy lour Faster iSt Dreso and I Hat at Carson Gos The very latest wilt ho shown In Millinery Saturday at Fairs Fresh OystersFish Celery and Cranberries at City Restaurant New Clothing new Hats new Shoes for everybody at Carson Cos Call at Fairs for the newest In Woolen Dress Goods Sure to please i J you Mr Clarence Smith is visiting his sister Mrs J 11 Pirtle on Union streetFor Scholarship m the Bowling Green Business College apily at this office I Saturday the lath Fairs Millinery Opening You and your friends are invited Mrs Nathan Bennett Tolonu 111 is the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs T MT BennettBedar Mr and Mrs Hooker Williams vis- Ited tej ifixr8JI eaVeibam the first Wl v eek f fr Mr David1or41anc s in Central City attending a joint meeting of representatives of organized labor FOR SALEAf1scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Call on or address THE REPUBLICAN Folks wjio attended the illustrated lecture at College Hall last Monday night say it was a splendid enter talnment Why buy old Hats old Shoes and 014 Clotbing when youcan buy new Spring Clothing Bata and Shoes for tbij price these cat bertoundiat2 f Y v co i I I CitYIRestaurant Scholarship in Massey Business College for sale at this office Those Steak and Fish meals at City Restaurant cant be beat FOR SALEA good milch cow with young calfW E Newbolt Hart ford Ky We shall be disappointed If you dont attend our opening Saturday March 16 CARSON CO Mrs Win Foreman Is visiting the family of Congressman Den Johnson at Bardstown Miss Mattie Helsley Ceralvo Is among the recent matriculantsat Hartford College Get your Clothing Cleaned and Pressed at Pearls Pantiorium at Y M C A rooms Mrs E P Thomas returned from a visit to relatives and friends at Ow ensboro last Monday- WANTED5 pennies old fashion kind made in 1851 Liberal price Apply at this office Get your Fertilizers Field Seeds Farming Implements c from D L D Sanderfur Beaver Dam Ky Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 40tf DuringCircuit Court of course you will get your meals and lunches at City Restaurant Most uptodate place in HartfordI1J C Wngan engineer for Walton llodes Construction Co went to Louisville on a business trip Tues day We are anxious for youth business Correct goods at correct prices and prompt delivery Is our motto CARSON CO Miss Grace Whittinghill of FOlds IvlUeand Miss Emma Axtonof Horse Branch visited Miss Emma Park Sunday afternoon Folders announcing the season of JMr S M Dexters fine registered horse have just been Issued from our job department h- Mr Landrum Smith who for the past year or two has been residing at Mcllenry has purchased a farm near Beaver Dam and will move to same soon Elders WJ Hudspeth and W D Wright of the Christian church will begin a series of meetings at the Court- House on the fifth Sunday In March Everybody is incited to atteend Miss Arbye Brown daughter of Mr S T Brown Centertown who has been attending Hartford College will leave next Tuesday for Wray Tex where she will engage in teaching 61peralso personal security Call on or address A this office 20tf The continuous rain has begun to affect farm work to a serious extent So far It has been too wet to burn plant beds in the low lauds and corn ground could not be broken before April first If the rain should cease 110WThe City dads are catching it on all sides because of our deplorable street crossings Itll to be hoped that before another winter the stepping stones can be replaced It has been abundantly demonstrated that crushed rock will not muje a cross ing Moore Crnbtree have Early Rose and Triumph Seed Potatoes pure Buckwheat Flour Cheese Crackers Macaroni Navy and Kidney Beans together with a general line of farm together with a general line of fancily Groceries Will exchange for pro duce Your patronage solicited 3rti Owing to the fact that Judge lllrk head is not well It Is likely that this session of the Ohio Circuit Court will come to a close todayQulto a number of important cases have been disposed of during the term The grand jury adjourned last Saturday after returning 23 Indictments We understand there has been some effort made to induce Hartford merchants to withdraw their support from our boat We Three If they suffer themselves to be led Into suchI a scheme they will soon be We happen to know something about the origin of the fight against this boat and urge Our people to stand by It A large dumber of ladles and gentlemen o Hartford and persons who were attending court visited our press I room last Thursday night to watch the process of making and mailing a I newspaper We are always glad to haveour friends pay us thesir calls It is tin enccouragenierit to know that they take an Interest in improvements x j f For Sewing Machine Oil Needles and Supplies for all kinds of Ma chinescall on Gross Williams at City Restaurant 4Messrs Black Birkhead keep in their employ an experiencedem balmer and funeral director who is prepared to meet all requirements- at any hour 30tf Long Co have closed out their fajereantile business here and JlrLong and family have moved to Bowling Greenwhere he will reenter the mer cantile business 11rVT Woodward left the lat ter part of last week for Sail Angelo Tex where he will spend the rest of the winter with his SOUR J C andI Paul Woodward The prospects are good for a high water as a result of the heavy rain fall for the past week Rough River Is already spreading over the low land and Is rising at a rapid rate chlldlenlorof Mr and Mrs James Rogers city Mr Motrlson will arrive In a few days and will make their future home at Heaver Dam For Monumental work apply to R A Anderson agent for the Owensboro Monumental Works Geo Misehel it Sons proprietors This Is rn old and reliable house of long standing See Mr Anderson He will treat you right 3 tf- VANTEDGentlemen or lady with good references to travel by railor with a rigfora firm of 250 00000 capital Salary 107200 per year and expenses salary paid week ly and expenses advanced Address withstamp Jos A Alexander Hartford Ky lOmG Black Birkhead who have pur chased the A C Taylor stock of un dertakers goods including the fine funeral car have added new caskets and supplies and are prepared to furnishsame on short notice They handle from the cheapest to the best at most reasonable prices 30tf Mrs Hcbcr Matthews of Hartford has been appointed as agent and sales lady here for Chas A Stevens l Bros Chicago the famous womens outfitters Ladles fine Suits Waists and Skirts made to order Beautiul line of samples to select from Lat est fashions best materials and exclusive styles The best work guar anteed Call and see samples Within the last few days the Idea i of a union hall to he erected on the lot recently sold to the Knights of Pythias by the county has been n lw an iced The suggestion seems to have struck a popular chord and an effort will be made to get the two lodges together In the undertaking All agree that with such a union a fraternity hall could be built that would be aI credit to Hartford NARROWS March 13Mr A R Renfrew and Mss Annie Dunn urn in Louisville this week buying spring stock for F Renfrow Cot store Messrs H C Acton James Sproule and Byron Wedding of Dundee are in Louisville this week Dr Dud Renfrow and wife of Ear Hngton Ky are visiting relatives at Dundee this welt Mr John Miles was in Owensboro SaturdayMiss Daniel has accepted n position ns saleslady with T C Stnit tonson Cromwell Mr and Mrs Ed Summery were In Fordsvllle Tuesday Messrs J B Ufanfrow and Alonzo White will leave next Tuesday for Penrose Ark Mr Calvin Loyal has accepted a po sltlon as salesman with F Renfrew CoMisses Effic and Edith Duke of i Palo who are attending school here visited their parentsSaturday and Sunday Professor J O Lawrence has been mployed to teach the fall term of hool here Miss Verna Magtin huts been given ie New Baymus school this fall Miss Lena Miller will teach the Hchory Grove school Mr2 Tames Cook visited his parents at Philpot the first of the week After a visit with his family Mr Jeff Board returned Tuesday to Ca iieyvlile where he Is handling tobac lOr CarterFarestock barn Mr John M Graham is building a modern stock bani on his farm near heieV DrWarid1 Mrs E W Patterson ofj Hartford are visiting relatives here Mrs Mack Smith and children vis ited Mrs Smiths parents Mr and lira John M Graham time first of the weekMr John M Graham will attend the conference of A SorEand U confrn11Cityi 7 0 II SPRING i OPENING I SATURDAY MAR 16 Carson Co IWill present to the public an ex hibit ofaU that is new in Wash Woolens and Silk Fabrics also a complete stock of Clothing Shoes IanMillinery GoodsSIt Is a Sing of Satisfaction7 U Unmixed with pride that wo in vite you to our opening Ae have been careful in making our selections and have hunted the best and newest fashions for every department We V want you to come and shallexpect I you Dont forget the place and dateMarch 161 1 I CARSON err d CO f Incorpor- atedHARTFORDi KENTUCKY attending a business institute at Louisville came home Monday i I Mr H P Petty was in Fordsville I Wednesday In Memoriam i Resolutions adopted by Cpralvo I Chapter No 40 0 K S to the memory of our departed sister Miss Una G Fulkerson who died at her home In Ceralvo March midi 1907 i Whereas The white winged messen ger has entered our Chapter and lirok en our golden chain by removing from lour midst our beloved sister Una G We bow in humble submls slon knowing that God doeth all things well believing in time sweet assurance of Him who Sl dhI ain the resurrection and the life whosoever belleveth in me shall never die Resolved That In the death of Sister I Una G Fulkerson our Chapter has I lost an esteemed and faithiul memberI That we hereby extend to the family of our deceased sister our sincere tad heartfelt sympathy In their great af fliction That in token of our respect sand sorrow our Chapter be draped In mourning for thirty days That there resolutions he spread on the records of our Chapter a copy be sent to the family nad one to the Masonic Home Journal for publication Ceralvo Ky March Pith 1007 J O EVEHLY EDDIE G HILL PJUCB MORTON Committee IN SOCIETY Mr and Mrs S A Anderson entertained in an elegant mannerCom mohwealthB Attorney Ben D Ringo and a number of friendsat six oclock dinner Wednesday evening eee Marriage license since our lost lssveS Latna Oldham heaver Dam age 0 to Mildred TarmiRhi heaved lhint age 1C Bill Taylor Bearer Darn go 22 to Eunice Render Beaver Damage 21 7VW Stone Shreve age s2ij e s aal Bank of Hartford Hartford Ky 5000000Surjilus 1300000StockholdersLiability 1000000 Security to Depositors99310000- J W KORD H P TAYLOR J C THOMAS JOHN T MOORE ROWAN HOLBROOK DIRECTORS to Eva Harder Shreve age 32 5eresldIAh Mildred Jiruvr 1 v uiiitc in maiiiat11 iu Mi LitGtlhuu The thellliuwhohzvr1lttel Ask Your wn Doctor If he tells you to take Ayers Cherry Pectoral for your severe cough or bronchial trouble then take it If he has anything better then take that We have great confidence in this medicine So will you when you once know it- Tbabottklndolateflthnonialr Sold for ovor sixty years Made YAlsoteeRILIArLerJ publlextholoryoaly ofaf f xiAM1ii I 00000000000000000000000o areidirlhocd and Scott J Emulsion linked together i 0o 0 0 0o 0SionOplump active andenergetic The reason is that at a period when a girls digestion is weak Scott J Emtifaion 0- o provides her with powerful nourishment in t2easily digested form g It is a food that builds and keeps up a O girls strength o gALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 100 OOO O O OOOOOOOOO CALEB POWERS IN JA1LSEVEN YEARS Waiting for His Fourth Trial Prisoner is Now Incarcer ated at Georgetown Seven years ago lust Sunday Caleb Powers then Secretary of State was arrested at Lexington on the charge of being a party to tho murder of Wit lIam Goebcl Since that time he has been In Jail spending the most of the the time in Jail at Louisville He is now In Jail at Georgetown where he will remain until May when he will be tried for the fourth time on the charge of murder In the past seven years Powers has seen the inside of jails at Lexington FrankfortVersallles GeorgetownLou isvllle and Newport He was tried in July 1900 at Georgetown and given a life sentence in the penitentiary The Court of Appeals reversed this verdict and Powers was tried a second time at Georgetown October IDOL Again he was sentenced to life imprison mentThe powers case was again carried to the Court of Appeals and in De cember 1902 he was granted a new trial The third trial was held at Georgetown in August 1103 and he was sentenced to death The case was again appealed and for the third time the verdict of the jury was set aside This was In December 1901 Nothing unusual happened in 1905 and Powers spent the time quietly In jail in Loulsvl11eIJn 9Qfl l at the Instance of the late fc D Hill District Attorney for Kentucky Powers attorney carried tho case to the Federal Court and a mo tion made before Judge Cochran of the Federal Court for the Eastern dlsI trict of Kentucky that he take juris diction of the cas on the ground that the constitutional rights of the defend ant were violated In the State courts Judge Cochran assumed jurisdiction and Powers was removed to jail at Newport In March of the same year however the Supreme Court reversed the ruling of Judge Cochran and sent the case back to the Kentucky court The fourth trial of Powers will Coto up at Georgetown in May The case will be tried by Judge J E Robbins of Graves county who presided at the last trial Powers protested against the appointment of Judge Robblnsbut the Governor paid no attention to his protests lIP r In 1897 I had a stomach disease Some physicians said Dyspepsia some consumption Unesaid I would not live until spring For four years I existed on boiled milk soda bis cuits and doctors prescriptions I could not digest anything I ate then I picked up one of your Almanacs and it happened to be my lifesaver I bought fifty cent bottle of KODOL and the benefit I received from that 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 190G The above is only a sarriple of the great good that is daily done every where by Kodol for Dyspepsia It is sold here by all druggists m Pettus Punctilious Standard The punctilious standard of responsibility set un for himself by Senator Pettus of Alabama was illustrated a few days ago A dapper young man called upon him the grandson of al old southern friend long dead The caller talked Mr Pettus out of iiO promising to return In a few days but the Senator learned that the your man had immediately deserted his wife and had gone to parts unknown The fine old gentleman lost no time in hunting up the deserted wifegave her enough money to meet her press ing necessities and also paid her way 1 back to her girlhood home In Alaba ma H I hadnt loaned the young I Iyi i fcJtervj t T Vw q r+t L jyir scamp money said Senator Pettus when asked about the Incident he would not have been able to get out of Washington and desert his poor little wife I therefore hold myself re sponsible for her unhappy plight and of course there was nothing for me to do but send her back home to tier people Shed Wait for his Return- A Philadelphia clergyman was talk Ing about the late Sam Small I once heard him speak he said and his humor and eloquence Im pressed me deeply He had a happy knack of Illustra tion He wanted I remember to il lustrate the frailty that is a part of even the best characters and he told a story about a brave young soldier This soldier he said enlisted In th SpanishAmerican war and he fought like a lion for his country The firm he had worked for himself told his wife that all the time he was away they would pay half his wages to her Accordingly at the end of the first week the young woman called at the office and the head of the firm handed her 9 She looked at the money and her face clouded over Nine dollars she said Yes said the head a little hurt that Is just half Im sorry you are not satisfied said he to the young wom anbut all along hes been telling me that his pay was only 14 a week Walt till he gets home If them Spaniards dont kill him I wHI A cross and peevish child is not natural There is something wrong Usually its the stomach Use Cas rightIbabys face Cascasweet is best for babies and children 50 doses 25 cents Sold by all druggists m Hints to Housekeepers Polished tables may be kept In good condition If about once a week they are rubbed with a mixture of equal parts of turpentine and olive oil Apply with a piece of flannel afterwards polishing with a dry cloth To keep cheese wrap It In a clean fresh cloth that has been wet In vine gar and then wrung out as dry as pos puttin a dry place If prepared in this manner the cheese will not dry out or mould for a long time Hot water taken freely half an hour before bedtime is an excellent cathar tic In the case of constipation while It has a soothing effect upon the stom ach and bowels- If you have to take raw eggs to build up your strength and theres nothing much better take thom with out boating them up without break Ink the yolk A dash of rich grape Juice over the egg a quick swallow and although you focI that a glove stretcher has been applied to your throat the egg Is down and all you taste Is a delicious bit of grape juice atsqueee of lemon juice on It or beat lemon juice sugar and lemonade In fact Andjwlltoregl with milk Is still another way An oasy way of cutting hard butter in oven sllcos or tiny squares consist in folding a piece of the waxed paunr In which buttor is wrapped over the tire when a smooth cut be without breaking or crumbling tbutter Children should bo accustomed us noun as possible to sleep In a dark room Unless they have learned to be afraid of It darkness Is soothing to the nerves and the rest is more prop found and refreshing than when there is the unconscious stimulation of light CASTORIA IFor Infants and Children The You Have Always Bought x Bears tho Signature of i l A a- l liIi ft t JW r lf IA H G Building a Childs Character Some Interesting contracts are being drawn behVeen the parents method and tho school teachers method of making a child good In a series of Interviews with an expert teacher no I running In the New Idea WOmnt1 S Magazine In the April number the subject of the Interview Is The inso lent Child and Miss Farrell the teacher who Is the Superintendent of Education among backward and un manageable children In New York City gave it as her opinion that insolence Inn child arose as a rule from imitation She brought out a nice point however In regard to rousing- a child to disrespect and anger as followsBut may there not be cases where tocalled Insolence arises from ex asperation or bad temper on the part of the child A mother might say You must not do this and the child retort I will I dont caro what you say Yes but If the teacher knew thatI child If she knew It would make that answer she would not give It an op ortunlty to retort The teacher avoids that whole side of his nature She does not command She requests That Is where many parents would differ from a teacher and teachers of a past generation would differ from teachers of today They would commandnot ask The teacher however by ask ing instead of commanding gets the thing she wants while the child Isj not liable to Irritation Is It good for the child to be treated so Well there are ninny people who say It Is not You are just avoiding the problem they say But It buildsIi up the habit of compliance is what we want And if wo believe that life Is a matter of habits we are willing to build them up the best way we can Habit Is a tremendlous strong thing It Is a habit of replying courteously the habit of doing good things that courts I think it is all habit myself f A Humane Appeal I A humane citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams 107 West Mam St saysIII appeal to all per sons with weak lungs to take Dri Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has helped me and fully comes up to the proprietors recom mendation It saves more lives than j 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 ofi the ungs and builds them up Guaran teed at all druggists drugstore 50c and 100 Trial bottle free m e Killed By Funny Story Mrs Mary Elizabeth Bennett wife of Fred K H Bennett of Trenton Is dead as the result of a funny story told by her husband a week ago says a Trlnton dispatch She laughed so heartily that she burst a blood vessel and death ensued after several days of intense suffering Three years ago Mrs Bennetts two sons were drown ed together while swimming in the ca nalThe Bennetts were at dinner when the husband told the fatal jokewhich was about a young man who tele phoned to hrs wits that six or eight of their relatives were coming to din ner and that she had better get a slice of ham for the meal The wife laughed until she became unconscious Despite the best medical rind surgical skill that could he procured Mrs Bennett suffered gieft ag I ony before she iKVsrd away I What are caponsi Capons are aptly termed the finest Chicken Meat In the World for there Is nothing growing feathers their equal or superior A Capon Is neither ter or henIt Is nothing else than 1Icapon After removing time Irons the cockerel its nature entirely changed They take on a j more rapid growth are lore awkward In carriage and always exI ceedlugly lazy takes on a vw heavy and beautiful plumage the comb nUll i wattles cease to grow the siurs do not develop as In the cockiMl and being cast off by both rot ter and lion soon show a fondues for the society of little chicks To these they i will act as mother covering tliem I I with their heavy plnmngp at night dayei In y prac careia l layer only Franco Is the foremost nation on the globe for bringing much out of the little That they universally practice caponizing is a proof of the large and successful results to be derived from tho operatlonsuys Poultry Success A Boys Logical Mind Mrs Ada Dean the woman Jockey of Grafton Mass said the other day of snobbishness The greatest preventive of snob bishness Is charity unselfishness sym patty If he who despises people thinking them beneath him wero tov M t I get to know the people he despises 1t1Ineath him as he had Imagined- I know a little boy welldressedl l wealthy boy who was playing one afternoon with some dirty urchins In rags I Johnny cried the little boy smother in tones of horror come her- at onceAnd when he came she added Dont you know those are bail boys for you to play with a Yes mothprlhe replied but then I am a good boy for them to t play with j Its Worth Remembering- The gossips never secure perms went Jobs That happiness is found only when you look within not without That love may be ever so greatbut must also be wise to grow That a fool Is never so foolish but that he may teach another fool some I thingThat to be poor without losing self respect or a sense of enjoyment Is a fine art That kindness of any true sort must be expressed in terms of the recipient the donor capability marks some men IIThat others but that Indlspen attaches to none That friendship which la genuine may Invariably be recognized in that is neither Jealous nor selfish That indolence among the rich is more to be condemned than Ignorance among the poor The rich know better That Intellectual worth is more clearly shown in the complete and ac abilitiesThat mediocrity provided It bo per severing accomplishes more than fitful talent Hares and tortoises still run races Success Magazine For Disease Tho action of diges Lion is controlled by nerves leading to the stomach When they are weak the stomach is de plivcdof its energy It has no power to do its work If you want per manent relief you must restore this energy Dr Miles Nervine restores nervous energy and gives the organs power to per form their functions For many years I was nn cute sufferer from nervous Indigestion at limes I wa8 so almost n burden I tried nil kinds of remedies nnd various physicians with little or no relief ono last summer I saw Dr Mlles Neivlno ana Heart Cure advertised I resolved to make ono more trial which I did In the purchase of one bottle of Nervlnrt nnd ono of Heart Cure In n few days I began to feel better which cnrour nged me so much that T continued the medicine until I had taken more than It dora bottles I tiiii very much improved In every warIn body mind and since u special point to recommend the nna a sincere pleasure In knowing that several have been bene fited throueh mv recommendations A S MELTON Ashvllle N C Dr Miles Nervine Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It fall he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner From Isaac Shelby to J C W Beckham ALL OFD KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS FREE The Evening Ton has for several years 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Etcs- lrourellerOnd UnslitenUi linuinpi for 140 oft thesrBYxxs Ifou page deudbing- cancotobttinwesld pdllrotuselyllluratedand shootiertolcataogpike I Beautiful threecolor Aluminum Hincrr vU be forwarded for jo cents In umpi tJSTEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO RUUMx4od CllICOFflt JALLS MA5llSAf 4 1 tiz Y til WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL AND THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN I OotH One Year FOR O- NLY1S0 The Presidential election is ape proaching Times have changed That is alL Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been The CourierJournal is going to support the ticket And there you have it- Send your order for this combina tion to usnot to the CourierJour nal The regular price of the week ly CourierJournal alone is 100 a year KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS i WITH Dr Kings New Discovery PrlcoFOR100 I Guaranteed for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY I BAGS Y EXPOSITION OPENS March 18 For Two Weeks to Disclose Many Wonders GRAND GOVERNMENT EXHIBITS Creatores Band Twice Dally Without Extra ChargeAn Unexampled Opt portunity to Enjoy Complete Ex hlblts of Literature and ArtLow Rates by Rail and River Theodore Roosevelt President of tho United States William H Taft Secretary of War Leslie M Shaw Secretary of the Treasury V H Met calfe Secretary of the Navy Postmas tor General Cortelyou and Patent Com missioner Allen all having joined together with the officials of tho Greater Louisville Exposition Com pany in their effort to obtain attractive enlightenment requisitioning THE HOME LOUISV COMMERCIAL CLUB Whoco Auoplcee Work of the Greater Louisville Exposition 10 Being Done exhibits for the big Louisville event it is now assured that Louisville will be able to offer to her visitors from March 18 to 30 an opportunity of seeing the most novel collection of government exhibits ever shown in any great exposition President Roose velt has graciously agreed to press the button which will officially set the ex poslton in motion and has instructed Secretary Loeb to make the necessary arrangements for the ceremony which will take place In his office March 18 The government exhibits are now In process of packing it is understood and they will soon bo on their way to Louisville where they will be seen by countless Kentuckians and other Southerners as well as the people in a broad strip of Indiana and scattered delegations from nearly all tho large cities in the United States where the Greater Louisville Exposition is about to be Imitated The arrangements which were begun during the month of December by A T Macdonald Presi dent of the Exposition Company were recently completed by Fred Levy its Vice President both of whom made lengthy trips to Washington being greatly assisted there by Kentucky congressmen and government officials According to the latest plans there will be sent to Louisville from tho Treasury Department complete exhib its of tho currency of the United States and the various Issues of inter nal revenue stamps which have been used at different per Is of our na tional life Both of th 39 exhibits are very valuablo and hoax bind was re quired of the Exposition Company showing that Uncle Sam values his relics and takes every prey itlon to protect them from harm or It s Thnse exhibits are attractively framed with the view of allowing the closes pos sible inspection without handling They will be under the direct surer vision of Sergeant Hlttlnger of tewar department who it is supposd at present will be sent to Loulsvill to haTe general supervision over all government exhibits Besides the stamps and currency notes the Treas ury Department has consented to send to Louisville a frame containing all the medals which have been voted to Individuals by congress since the firs one which was voted to George Wash ington Those medals have a value In historical and memorial ways They commemorate various deeds of herot Ism and statecraft and should bo viewed with Intense Interest by all who see them The Navy Department will send to Louisville a model of the battleship Kentucky which will show Jn every detail tho lines of that great flghtln machine The model will be twelve feet long and will occupy the place of honor in the great marble lobby in th Exposition Building It will he placed where all who enter the building will see it and will have an opportunity to study its appearance As tho peo plo of Kentucky gave a nmsnlflcont fllver service to be used on this bat tleshlp it will be Interesting to SPA what manner of vessel it is as there ts hardly a community In the state which did not contribute to the fungi which was raised for the nurchasc of the silver service Besides the bcautl fulirodel there will be dent from the I Navy Department a number of excel lent photographs showing the various war vessels of the navy under varied j conditions The exhibits from the Navy Department will surely lend a great deal of for those who live far Inland and do not fro quently come In touch with things of the sea Tho War Department on the Rock Island Arsenal will send to the Greater Louisville Exposition a big field gun and two rapldflre guns besides samples of ammunition used by them Twenty stands of the rifles now in use In the United States Army and a stand of flags will also be sent In order to show some of tho appli ances used by the United States Army In the Philippine Islands the War De partment will send to the exposition a cart to which will be attached a life size cast of a caraboa which animal Is a peculiar looking ox with horns like those of a goat which grow out of the sides of his head from three feet to four and a half feet long Those who have braved no war dan ger will be accurately shown what danger lurks over those who go forth OF THE ILLE Under the to battle and there will be many from all parts of this state who will see what their fathers before them faced and they as a rule are themselves ready to face in defense of the flag i These exhibits will be shipped to Nor- folkf for tho Jamestown Exposition is soon as tho Greater Louisville Exposi tion closes In every respect the War Department treated the Greater Louis Tlllo Exposition officials with the same courtesy and attention that they have accorded to officials of other great expositions In the past The Postofflce Department consent ed to the request of the Greater Louis ville Exposition officials to establish in the Exposition Building a model sub station postoffice which will show throughout the exposition period the handling of United States malls Asa decorative feature In the postofficc w111Ihave seen this dead letter exhibit that It is among the most interesting ex amples of the work done by the Post I office Department that can be found anywhere When the expositionI closes the exposition postofllco will be put In use ap a Louisville substation Besides the other exhibits of tho Treasury Department It was at first proposed by the officials of the exposl tlon to borrow from the Treasury Department a coin stamping machine upon which to make the exposition souvenirs When It was found that a dlemaker In Louisville uses an exact replica of the treasury machine in the prosecution of his business It was de cided that the souvenir coins of tho exposition could be better made by this Louisville concern and this plan was adopted so that the exposition even to the matter of stamped sou venire will be truly Everything made In Louisville MINOR MATTERS Pertinent and Interesting Facts Con corning the Big Exposition Louisvilles business section will bo bravely Illuminated ever night during the Greater Louisville Exposition The hotel keepers of Louisville rec ognizing warm friends and old friends in all Kentuckians have announced that no advance In their rates will be made during the exposition period They as well as all other citizens of Louisville are strongly for Louisville and for Kentucky all the time Ingenious Kentuckians will find much to please thorn in the display of Inventions which is now almost com plete In the Greater Louisville Expo sition Every inventor in Louisville has been asked to exhibit tho offspring wllbethat some visitors will be able to get illuminating Ideas from this display It has long been known that as a center of literary effort Louisville has considerable renown Her authors have written everything iron theology I to short stories for children and the Division of Literature of the expos tion4 is busy gathering together the works of all of these authors of every form In order to make a complete dlsIplay It is held that no city of its can rival Louisville in excellent homemade UteratureIi I 1Hr Embezzlement Figures The total embezzlements andIkindred thefts for 1906 11739653 about 5000000 more than in 1905 Of this total 10 7lo387 was stolen by officials of banks 1084554 by public officials other than postoflice employees 22585 by the latter 379571 by agents 248100 from loan associations 223087 by means of for geries and the other defalcations amounting to 1428969 were so varied in their nature that they must be classed as miscellaneousChica- go Tribune Fear In Children An examination of 1500 children recently made in the west shows that thunderstorms are by far the worst terror of childhood Afterward in the order set down come snakes strangers darkness fire death disease wild animals police men water insects and ghosts In the fear of rats and mice girls ex seventyfiveto diminish after the fifteenth year eighteenthNewOrleans New English Gas Mantle Nottingham gas mantle said to be as remark able as the newly invented German mantle which form ofuses a cop per cellulose impregnated with cer tain salts The new English mantle is dipped in a solution of thorium and cerium in which is added an ingredient called laddite whichso adds to its strength and life that it has been uninjured after burning 2500 hours rConsular Report Lost andLost 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 guar anteedcure for biliousness malaria and jaundice 25c Old Dog Committed to Poorhouse- A news telegram from Louisville Ky says Appreciation of an old bird dogs merits is only shown by Magistrate Quincy W Johnson of Ellzabethtown this State He has sent the faithful animal to be an inmate of the Hardin county poorhouseTlie order of com mittment is as follows William Cleaver Keeper of the County Farm Dear SirYou will please receive and safely keep the body of Dewey Johnson He is a little old but he has been raised a gentleman and has always kept the very best of company His associates have been Governors generals ma jors judges doctors etc You will please credit the old gen tleman to magisterial district No 9 Q W Johnson J P Little globules of sunshine that drives the clouds away DeWitts Little Early Risers will scatter the gloom of sickheadache and bilious ness They do not gripe or sicken Recommended and sold here by all ruggists m Can You Believe Your Senses When two of them taste and smell having been Impaired if not utterly destroyed by Nasal Catarrh are fully restored by Elys Cream Balm car you doubt that this remedy deserves all that has been said of it by the thousands whom it has cured It If itpplled directly to the effected air passages and begins its healing work at once Why not get it today All druggists or mailed by Ely Hros ro r Warren Street New York on receipt of centsALL GOOD THINGS t must win upon their merits The International I I Dictionary has won a1J greater distinction upon M its merits and is in more general use than any other work of its kind in tHc English language I j OxfordUnlvordty His1dlmcultNvcrylldugLrllInII nil In such n work but 010 r hat fair c us would over lmvotlioiigitofloiliif l Iihruughtlooking through tIO latter with n Too of astonishment rt Its roniplotuntfi f IlutIntop THE GRAND PRBZE d t1Itho highest nwimOwas given to tlo tcrnational nt the Worlds Fair St Louis F R EEA Test In Pronunciation in struotivo niul xfor tho whole family Also Sfrt wrJsmtsGOMERRIAM PUBLISHERS DICTOWW SPRINGFIELD MASS vv are caused by Indigestion If you eat slittle too much or if you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beaUheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to expand swell and puff up against the heart This crowds and inter feres with its action and in the course of time the heart becomes diseased KodolF- or Dyspepsia digests what you eat takes the strain 08 of the heart and contributes nourishment thebodyStomach Inflammation of tho mucous membranes lining the Stomach and Diges tive Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach x maldnfmyimmediateMRS LORING NICHOLS Penn Yen N Y I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I DyspepsiaCureD KAUBLE Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat BtlUTti Indigestion Prepared at tae Lab ora3ryofEODeWItI SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS WllluS1 Slvlfri3Oliio Coxxnty CI rIll II Court TI1 Ilirklimiil 11Iln lion D UlliKO Attorney 1I HNr MlilkifT Jullei Ed G lliirrnsH Clerk Frank L1rllx Mauler Com tnIMelanerVIlordry1rusteeiuryFund H II Milltin Sln rlff Ilmtfortl Deputy5hsrIUS- t Ilrntcliur I I1 Crowilvr II Muimn Grant Iullitnl oCourtIIIVOIIIMlr1It Man day In March nod August and continue three weekHnnd third Monday In lay and Novwintier two week County Court W II Tuvlor Juilpo W8 hartfordin on tli MondayInCourt of ClwhusConveueM first MundNy In Jon nary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Olllcvra N Moxley Surveyor Shreva 5W Ieaih AsupKHorllolt Hoy lumen DeWeenv AllanCoronerllnforiactlcos Courts 23StptflIIlJer 25SeptestSeptubberVf It Eilre Fordsvflielarch 2S June 3 September 27 Derem ber 2- II S S Chamberlain lieilu Murcli 29 Juno September 2S December 29 Herbert Iteuder CentertownUarch 30 June29 September 29 December 10 30Septembernotfcl cco CourtIt WeddltiKJudKe J S Menu City Attorney Seth Moseley Mnrwlml Court convenes second Monday In eah month CerwlcooMSunday In each mouth nt 11 n m and 7 pm lecotid Sunday nt 7 pnr and fourth Sunday nt lift wand 7p in 1rayer meetlnsevery Wednmday lrullklIulrIlnptlHt Church Services held Saturday nigh uefoiv second Sunday Sunday and Sunday high and fourth Sunday nud Sunday nltht 1rayar meelliif every Thursday evening HI v A n Gardner pastor C 1 Church ServlceH first Sunday In each mouth nt 11 n In and 7 1111 Itov J D liar uedpaHtorChrlxttiiii Church Serving ever drat Sundny 11rlghtPetarSchool Trustees Hrtrtford C M Crowu J S Glenn Dudley Ford tM Itarnett Dr K D Pen leton CltyCounrll I II Williams labor O M Crowe Clerk It K I siminvrinnn Dr 15 B- leudetant D White Vm Fair Vm Uuao 1r11v Taylor moot IOc0t10D A 0 U W meets drat and third Friday nights In earl month Hartford Lodge No i7fi F Jt A Ma onx SIR Monday night In each month IlwrtfardIent No 09 Knights of ho Slacci been every Thursday night Rough ItlvorlodgeNoIinKnlghtsof IyHiU meetseveryInrsdayIhi bt Trenton Morton IOHI 04110 R boltlfutnr meeting Saturday before Hretl Sunday In esc monthpRocuniDANDDEFENDEEDnena report Free advice how to obtain intent trade tiifit COUNTRIESJl tinemoney and often the patent ExclusivelyWrtto023 NInth a U UtM Patent Ones wA3HinpRyw7 D c A Positive CURE CATARRH Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relict at Once It clonuses soothes heals and protcqts tho diseased mom brace It curlS Catarrh and drives away n Cold in the FEVERstoresIi mailEly r i j p I14 i+ p r BaKin f Powder AB6OUTELY PURE DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER It doss not contain an atom of phos phato acid which is the product ofbOn s digested in sulphuric acid or of alum which is onethird sulphuric acid un healthfulsubstances adopted forotherba king powders because oftheir cheapness IOME WAREHOUSE FOR WHITESVILLE I Meeting of Growers Interested Has Been Called for Marcb 30 RehandIino Center A meeting of Equity men will be held at Whitesvllle at 130 oclock on March 30 for the purpose of dlscuss dug the advisability of building a to bacco warehouse at Wliitesvllle for the purpose of storing pooled tobacco in that section of the county All of the locals In that section of the county will send delegates to the meeting and all Equity men are requested to be present and offer suggestions John Purcell G A Holland and John Nenl constitute the committee sou arrangements After Investigating the needs and the possibilities for a warehouse at Whitesvllle they decld ed to call a meeting of the growers interestedA part of the Equity tobacco of Davless county is rehandled a Whltesvllle Heretofore however most of the Whitesvllle Equity me have been in favor of storing In Lou isvllle and opposed to the home ware house plan Notice All persons who pooled tobacco at Beda Ky In 1903 are hereby requested to meet 1 W Cooper In Be du Ky on Saturday March 1C 1907 also nil persons who pooled with K V Williams at Heaver Dam Ky are requested to meet said Williams at Heaver Dam on March 1C 1H07 and nil are requested to bring their to bacco receipts and on presentation o panne will be paid lu full JOHN P FOSTER Churn Finance Committee I i Our Callers for Week Monday P K Newton Narrows las L Morton and J 1V Clioek As kin Ansel Wilson J S MilesHoslne J M Shultz Arnold and Warren Lindley Matanzas John P Fos ter Nocwk W L Tanner McHenry Tuesday J W Male FordsIIIeRoss Morton Livernion Rev L W Tich enor Mtitanzas John Newton Fords vllle 13 13 Rogers leaver Dam Wednesday Frank Lake Taffy Alva Callowny Smallhous Thursday T J Whlttlngliill Iordsville ton Davis Nocreek Walter Allen East Hartford A New Livery Stable I I have recently rented what is known as the Casebie Burton livery stable on Union street opposite the Hartford House and will con duct a general livery feed hitch and sale stable The best of riggs choicest feed and politest attention guaranteed Have none except first class horses I haver ordered a new complete and upto ate livery out RoughRiverI cURTIS33tfAt I SULPHUR SPRINGS b1111InMiss Annie Mitchell who has becii I visiting her brother J E Mitchell Dundee for several days returned home londaYT III Miss Lena Hunt v dta fIsa en visiting in HarrlKburg month returned h 1tpdstjt Little Miss Bcs8luJf drOlalon- Is visiting u td family Schuyler Acton j Arvis Wedding w Evansville MondaJ 1 I Miss Effie Mitch lUng her sister Mrs NoahiHartfordt this week 3 Resolution i t Whereas God itiJto wls- J q Msr dom has seen fit to call from our midst on he 13th lust our neighbor and brother in the cause of Equity Bro George W Howard therefore be it Resolved by Taffy Local No 1 That in the death of Bro Howard j both A S of E and community have received an Imparable loss He was ja kind husband a loving father a good neighbor and in every respect a moral gentleman Therefore wen wish to express our greatest sympa thy to the family and friends of the deceased and that a copy of these res olutlons be sent to the local papers for publication FRANK HAMILTON Com Notice Every person permitting stock to run at large in districts where a vote has been taken and resulted against so doing are hereby notified to at once take up same and save cost of of my doing so R B MARTIN Sheriff Ohio county District Union A S ot E- lion account of a meeting of the Ohio Grain Growers Association which convenes in Hartford on the HartfordiDistrict union will hold Its next reg ular monthly meeting at the Shultz town schoolhouse on the fourth Sat urday In March 1907 Everybody cor dially invited to come The meeting will begin promptly at 10 a m E G AUSTIN Pres ROXEY March laH L Porter has moved to his new farm purchased of L A Sandefur Misses Mabel and Mattie Porter visited their grandparents Sunday J H Davis family are on the sick weekf rain the farmers are getting behind with their spring work Mr J T Davis who has been sick for some time Is no better Dee Miller has moved to the S T Leach farm A B Leachs family have been on the sick list for the past few days S T Leachs son who has been sick for sometime Is no better Town Tax Due Pay your town tax at once aud avoid the penalty which goes on in a few days Seth Moseley 35tf M T II MilkICash ingor of New Orleans who many years ago invented condensed milk Mrs Cushingor had a sick baby for whom she must get expert medical advice if it was to live Suchadvice could not be got nearer than New York city which meant a long sea voyage How to keep the little baby alive through that voyage she did not know But she had put up many preserves and many jellies in her time and she began to experi ment on milk and put upa lot of jars of her original condensed milk which fed her child through the voy age The fact interested several finallyMrsaway to a pack of sharp fellows who made fortunes out ofcondensed milk and never gave her a cent An Off Year are people in England as 1There who do not believe that is greatly benefited mentally physically or morally by a few weeks service in the militia But surely as long as such stories as the one below can be told of any man his military training is not an unmixedevil An officer in charge of the bath parade at a garrison near the sea where the amateur soldiers were mainly from the inland and mining of England reports that the first day as he was watching the men getting ready for their dip he noticedone who looked very andIyoure Yes said Jack simply IJ was not out for last years training + f 0 r IE WEST RATES Offered For Greater Louisville Exposition Period BIG SHOW WILL OPEN MARCH 13 Creatorea Band With Low Ratea and Natlcnal League Baseball Teams WIN Make Louisville Kentuckys Mecca For Two Weeks Beginning March 18 and Ending March 30 Many persons are now counting the days which must elapse before the opening pf the Greater Louisville Ex position March 18 The manufactur ers and other business men of Louisville have been steadily engaged on the big enterprise since November 21 last and they now see the fruition of their hopes In the exhibits which are being daily Installed in the big Exp sition Building The work of construction which on paper made a most excellent Impres sion is In Its final completion It is said far more beautiful than anything the designers hail expected The con struction of the exhibit booths cost the I The GIUSEPPECREATOREI money but the result Is said to more than justify the expenditure The rotes to Louisville which go Into effect on Monday March 18 on all railroads will be one fare for the round trip With Monday March 18 as the first selling date the rates ob tain on Thursday 21 Saturday 23 Monday 25 Thursday 28 and Satur day 30 all good returning April 1 These rates have not been beaten by any rate ever announced for arty ex position in the history of the country and It is said that the interest offered The re 300000 by tho Greater Exposition justifies the rate to the last degree Not alone do the railroads offer thes excellent inducements but all steamboat lines making Louisville hate offered similar Inducements The Louisville Evansville Packet Corn print and the Lee Line offer a rafle of tide and onothlrd faro for the round rip Including meals and bertn while the Cincinnati Packet Company offer one fare for the trip exclusive of meals and berth Thus all may travel cheaply and comfortably to Louisville during the exposition period with suf ficient stopover privilege to allow them to enjoy the exposition In every detail and transact such business as they may have In Kentuckys metrop oils before expiration of their tickets Such zeal Is being shown by the ex hibitors In tho matter of getting In stalled before the evening of March 16 that the Board of Directors of tho Greater Louisville have announced that they are now in position to accurately gauge the appearance of tho great hall when President Roose velt touches the button and the wheels of the exposition are finally set in motion Decorated with rainbow tints natural and artificial foliage and flowers the exposition hall is in truth n of beauty Even teeming with busy activities and resounding with the blows of many hammers and tho grating of saws as It Is at present it Is said by all who know that the ex position far surpasses any prevloui efforts made by Louisville to take her Important place among the great cities of the Kentucky and all Kentuckians may well be proud of Louisville for she it JfJ1v 3 tH has under the stress of many difficul ties made an exposition which will astonish all visitors when they enter Its doors Visitors to the exposition will be greeted by strains of sweetest mUSIc produced by the famous band of the great Creatore who will give two per formances dally throughout the fortnight of the exposition March 18 to 30 tremendousthing which goes to make tip a really great musician A Neapolitan by birth but an American by naturaliza tion he has played before tho drowned heads of Europe as well as before those uncrowned kingsthe musical critics of the Now York press No where has he failed to receive the highest praise and he has declared that the musical taste of the people of Kentucky Is as an average the most accurate In recognizing true musical worth that ho has ever seen That the great master has not been overestimated In Louisville and In the rest of the United States is attested by the following paragraph from the London Dally Triune I The band certainly deserves the high praise it has received In America The musical qualities of the tone and style are great and although Signor Creatore walks about tile platform and conducts by means of gestures which might be called sensational there is I no trickery about his Interpretation of the music The have that clear rather shrill tone which tho Italians prefer The cornet the prin cipal clarinet the trombone for In stance are all remarkable as virtuosi The ensemble Is as fine as possible and the clean phrasing especially In forte passages goes beyond anything we have heard from other bands From every point of view this Is a finer band than that of Sousa and there Is much in its work which should attract musicians as well as the uncritical j When It Is considered that the work of this great music master may be observed without extra charge and the admission price Is only cents the fact will be readly recog nized that Louisville Is putting forth every effort possible to give Immense value for tho money which will be received at the exposition gate s For those who prefer music and laughter In the evening and outdoor entertainments during the morning and afternoon there Is the excellent choice of visiting Louisvilles outdoor attractions in the morning and seeing her excellent baseball team In action In the afternoon From March 25 to 29 inclusive there will be games of base- bnll between the Louisville team and some of the strongest teamsIn the National and American leagues Low railroad rates Greater Louis ville Exposition Creatore baseball what more could be needed to Induce one to take a pleasant little trip to the metropolis of the state there to receive the welcome of her people under the most gratifying conditions THE FIRST REGIMENT ARMORY Greater Louisville Exposition Building Which Was RecentlyErected- At a Cost of t1o Than Louisville Louisville round Kentuckians Exposition dream nationI rN repeatedly Instruments twentyfive The business men of Louisville stand with outstretched hands awaiting the visitor from Kentucky and the visitor from elsewhere and the Exposition Building will be the meeting place for many an old friend to meet other old friends and for kindred spirits to come together for the first time In fact there Is no limit to Ute Joy and profit which will be derived by a few days visit to Louisville during the period of the Greater Louisville Exposition March 18 to 30 CLARIONETTES Short Notes Marking Progress and Interest of the Exposition Louisville It Is said is greatly tickled over the showing made in the art exhibit of the Greater Louisville Ex position There are many artists of merit in Louisville both amateur and professional yet both classes are more or less inclined to hide their light un der a bushel anJitt IB only by great persuasion its said that many of them are made willing to exhibit their works In the exposition The Veter ans Room In the Exposition Building Is an ideal place for an art exhibit SIg Giuseppe Creatore has announced that in the making of his pro grammes for the Greater Louisville Exposition he has arranged for more encores than at any city during the past season Sig Creatore knows that I his great affection for Kentucky andI Kentuckians Is warmly reciprocated Many oldest inhabitants have recalled former expositions given In Louisville and the Greater Louisville Exposition does not suffer any by cora parison with them c i n i I vs h 11 on r NIMIIM IIM WWy wllrRlww ww Where Shall I Buy My Easter Suit That Is the question which many are now considering Hold on to your DOLLARS until you seethe new A pjngSamp1eS0N Y J1t PEARLS PANTIORIUMiSamples in the piece containing about one and- onehalf yards You can see just how the garment- 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 thoroughly shrunk cloth Our prices are lower than all others compared with Quality style and workmanship F PEARL D TWEDDELL I a uwuw i i TILLERS OF THE SOIL E 49 49 Will Make no Mistake by Visiting the Reliable eelandWell Known Firm of fc I WILLIAMS MILLER = + 44 bit 49 For anything they need on the farm They bit 1ft handle Plows ofall kinds and makes Disc = fi Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows Tiding and bit 49 walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and j buggies for young folks and old folks bit o f4 = In Addition = Jj We have the bet equipped shop in Ohio county jj 49 fitted with the Jatest improved ma hineryandap bit Jj pliances and besides all kinds of general Blacksmith S i ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other bit jjfj i r4i i 4 I HERBERT March 12Dr and Mrs John B Huff celebrated the Doctors seven tieth birthday February 27 by taking dinner with his daughter Mrs Ed Baize of Haynesvllle Misses Maggie and Mary Chambers have returned home from Chambers Mr Forest Chambers of HIckman county who has been the guest of relatives here has gone to Louisville to go into business Mrs Edna Duncan has gone to Phil pot to go Into the millinery business Miss Hattie Miller has returned home after an extended visit to the family of her uncle Hon Reuben A Miller Owepsboro The many friends of Miss Flora Haynes regret her departure for Ceres California where she has gone to make her home with Her brothers Clarence and Keller Haynes Mr Tom Harbout has sold his farm to Lon Helm Mr Walter Medklff who recently married in Missouri is buck in the community for his children and will make his future home in Missouri Frank Bruner left Thursday to at tend the K S College at Lexington Forest Hawkins has finished his school at the Miller school house and gone to Bowling Green to attend school 1 Knrlcvl For Indigestion Relieves sour stomach palpitation of the heart Digests what you eat 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 KyI= fRENDER March 1Slmon Jones was in Central City on legal business last WednesdayG I C train master of Louisville was hew last Wednesday- H V Money Louisville and J H Brown Central City were here last FridayA Bishop of Rockport was here last Friday W C Sch emmer of Hartford was here last Saturday Sam James Sr went to Graham j oS1 I t yrU r r pw JAMES C BENNETT P O not 1J3 Hartford S- yLICENSED AUCTIONEER props erty In Ohio county Terms reasona ble Your patronage solicited S r last Saturday Mack Dowell went to Central City tr last Saturday to Mr and Mrs Jas Bratcher of11oiBeaver Dam were the guests oC MrIand Mrs E So Reed Saturday and SundayRev Fred G Jones of Drakesboro preached three very Interesting ser mons here Saturday night Sunday at noon and Sunday nighti 4 r Mrs W J Sloan and children left for LInton Ind Sunday where she has gone to Join her husband where he Is at work Edward Barrass Sr of Beaver was rhere Sunday Simon Stephens has gone to Conitral City to spend a few days his parents Mr and Mrs Jas Ste phen 8- Robert McDowell has left for Her rIn ill where he has gone to work Master Fletcher Daniel of Nash ville Tenn is visiting his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Jno S Spence Mrs H H Garrett Is very sick Success to The Republican Getting to be a better paper every week EGGS EGGS EGGS The growing popularity and increased demand for Barred Ply phenomenalThey age less than eight weeks and at th L verj7fbestup of cockerels and pullets sired 1tKentucky d cockerels and pullets at the Ohio i selected S r pens 100 per sitting All orders- receivepromptottention t MRS CE SMITHHartford Ky riP eM t to J