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Pt I Iccpuliicaits- t 1 I Fine Job Worlc DEVOTED TO TilE INTEHESTS OFALL TilE PEOPLE or 01110 COUNTY Subscription I per Year 4 VOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAR OIl 22 1907 No 36 b it 19061EG18T1YE ii ml Km um 10f rp l Upholds the Opinions of Judges Galloway and Birkhead Attempt ito Increase Size of the Democratic Major ity in the House at any Cost Proves a failure t Next Election Under Former Apportionment The Court of Appeals Wednesday i declared the Legislative redistricting net of tho General Assembly of 1906 to be null and void Judge Barker de livered the opinion the whole court tnrtsitting and concurring 1 The act wassailed In question by TI d5 leading Republicans of the State in vsLI S A Anderson from Butler county j and W S Tinsley vs C P Keown Ohio county r ffrom deciding the act void the court The act is grossly violative of Sec tion 33 of the Constitution that the provision as to equality between the districts was not even pretended to be obeyed by the Legl suture Equality of representation is a vital principle of representative R govern ment in proportion as this is denied the Government becomes oligarchical or monarchicalIt er to the demand of appellees the Republicans that the act of 1906 be declared unconsti tutional that it will follow that the act of 1S93 must also be declared un constitutional because It created un equal representative districtsalthough dn less degree than that of 1906 The conclusion sought to be drawn does snot follow The act of 1S93 has gone Into effect and the Government has been organized under it To hold it void would be to throw the Govern ment into chaos and this no court 4 is required to do It is now too late to question its validity The next Legislature must be elected under itf and then we have no doubt the mem hers Impelled by their sense of duty the obligations of their oath of office together with that spirit of justice which is the heritage of the racewlll redistrict the State as the Constjltu tlon requires We do not agree with appellees that section 33 forbids more than two counties to be Joined In one represen tative district Without elaboration ve are of the opinion that more titan Vo counties may be Joined in the dls tct provided It be necessary in order ffect that equality of representa r5vlilch the spirit of tho whole nec b rtm so Imperatively demands to f lt may not be Inappropriate how tbo 1f3r to say that It Is difficult at this u Y i time to see how this necessity can often arise But it must be remembered that constitutions are established 1 for time exigencies of long periods of time and it cannot now bo told what the future may bring t a q For the foregoing reasons the Judg ments holding the redistricting act of March 1900 void must be affirmed and It Is so ordered The decision of the Court ot Appeals relates entirely to the legislative ger of tbe last Legislature The 6 bill declaredlunconstitutional was passed by the Legislature in March 1906 and was approved by Goveriior b Beckham Tho bill calling for a gerrymander- was originally Introduced by Lloyd Gates of Jefferson county In order to add one new district in hlspounty- but the bill as passed was chiefly the uvork of the Kentucky statutes Com t rnlttee of they lower HOUEaf which M M Redwine was chairman vXSV The bill changed the arrangeiSWits of the various Legislative dlsjtrlctb in a radical pY Certain Republican counties word grouped together1 tie1 = spite their large aggregate population Awhile dlstplctsfrcontalnlng two small emocratlc cottjttlepwere divided and each district gtena representative A special was made out of Jefferson county and a special ot of the Eleventh ward of tho dtyiof Lou isville actkwere filed In Butler county and n ofOhio county In Butler county t the suit was passed upon by Judge Ga1 It loway Republican and wasVdeclkrecV jUegal In OhItOUIty it was passed J1 tla t I upon by Judge Blrkhead Democrat and also declared illegal The cases were consolidated and taken before the Court of Appeals The Court of Appeals sustained both these lower courts and declared the partisan gerrymander of 1906 Unconstitutional on a number of grounds- A number of other suits testing the redistricting acts prior to the Legis lowI held all the acts back to and includ ing 1892 illegal but none of these Appealslaild declared invalid The Democratic party In the State will be forced to make new plans in the Legislative races as all plans 1906Ibe held in the districts existing be I fore the 1006 Legislature met j WAS GNARLED KITH- DETA1NLNG WOMAN John Fulkerson Arrested and Pleaded Guilty to Improper Relations With Her John Pulkersona substantial citizen of the Panther neighborhood In Da viess county was arrested last Saturday on a warrant charging him with detaining a woman against her will The warrant was Issued by Justice T L Martin on affidavit made by Stroud Jennings Jennings charged that his wife has been detained against her will by Ful kcrson He undertook toy show that the alleged forcible detention of his wife by fulkerson occurred not only once but repeatedly All of Ful kersons alleged unlawful acts are said to have been committed within the past few days John Fulkerson Is well known throughout the southern portion of the county He Is a farmer aim is pro prietor of a store at Panther He is of mature yeas and is a man of faun fly Stroud Jennings also lives In the Panther neighborhood He is a coal miner by occupation Both men have borne generally good reputations Fulkerson was arraigned before Esq Martin of Utica Monday He plead ed guilty to having unlawful relntlpip with the woman and was fined 25 ant costs The charge against him of de taining the woman was dismissed A warrant was promptly taken out against Mrs Jennings and her trial was set for June Sad Death of Young Woman Mrs Katie Duncan Ashby young wife cf Otha Ashby died quite sud ienly of heart failure at her home at McHenry last Friday evening Funer il servl es were conducted at the Mc Henry Presbyterian church Sunday af ernoosi iit 3 oclock by Rev McC1 t hen srlIheAshby was held was evidenced by the great concourse of relatives and friends In attendance itt her funeral and burial Mrs Ashby was the daughter ol llrD rot Duncan of McHenry and her untimely death has cast ayloom over the entire community She as united in marriage to Otha Ashby- four years ago who besides an Infant daughter born on thQ afternoon qf her death a father brother and three sisters survive herMrs Ashby had been ym energetic member of the Presbyterian church several years having joined when quite young ofcondolencesfather atl flitiyeav t J 1 tfi 1 h- 1atl I n i I 1 f of yam z t J y GOVERNMENT AID FOR GOOD ROADS Dr A D James Comes out Strom for Better System Substantial and Always Passible AI is What Made Rome Great And What We Need I Tuesdays CourierJournal contains the following Interview with Congress man A D James which is in exact keeping with what The Republican has been saying for several weeks indeed we are Inclined to believe the Doctor got his cue front our pa per Better public highways is unquestionably to be one of the leading prob lems in the future said Dr A D James Congressman from the Third district at the customhouse vsfer darafternoon I ant for iniove nients of the waterways of the Middle Westbut that will not altogether solve the great problem of business and comfort for the people of the Central States We have the railroads and we may have more but while the rail roads are great clvillzers in their line yet we are lacking In lead what made Rome the greatest power in the world public highways that could be tra verced at all times of the year There is nothing ornamental about the railroads along with their great strides at usefulness Their steel bridges span the rivers but their ap proaches are not sightly and the pe destrian or the traveler in the vehicle has no part or parcel In their im provements The railroads will never reach the innermost parts of the coun try We want some splendid public highways In this country which can be traveled over during all months of the year Great public highways will be the crowning thing in the way of making this country entirely great Our public highways are a laughingstock to Europeans who visit this coun try The country will never reach the stage of development that It should until there are public roads that can be traversed the year round Dr James said that he had not fully mapped out a plan for building sub stantial and lusting public highways but he Is of the opinion that the States should begin to stake appro priations to this end which should be supplemented by national appropria tions He believes the roads should be interstate as far as possible but this is a problem yet to be worked out lie now thinks that the road building should be under the supervision of the National Government at least the building of those highways which will jross different States He is unwilling to commit himself on any certain plan In this line He thinks a plan will work itself out if the problem Is sufficiently agitated In nearly every coviy In Ken tuck continued the r c or the roads are impassable at least six months in the year and r many counties the roads are not fit t travel eight months In the year W have the rock in all parts of the state to build roads that will last forever The counties should quit putting so much money into dragging new dirt Into washouts on roads every spring and begin to build a few miles of substan tial and lasting road each year Before railroad building started in this country a system of public high way building was being Inaugurated by the government but this was drop pedin the excitement that followed the discovery of steam power and much railroad building We want many magnificent national public highways These will make cur country great I think the development of the automobile will have much odo with development along this line It is better to travel on a magnificent highway skirted with fine rest denc sand magnificent groves than go whirling through unimproved and unsightly lands on a train Good roads arp what we want and they are what we 4ire going to get eventualiMy district Is a cultural district it is drained by Green river a mignlflcent waterway TiMs stream fortunately Is navigable this tyear round but the Ohio Into which it empties Is not I am for the centsectionsoftheWj S1 tl lrlS 851aboard I W vp M cities must be fed from the great Mid dle West and for that reason It is time that the Government wqs spend ing some money In this direction Time custom of appropriating alot of money each year for the building of Government buildings for the housing of postoffices and government offices in small towns all over the country Is nothing more than a waste of money There is no economy or use of the Government owning its buildings In any cities unless they are centers of business for the Government where many officials are to be supplied with offices In most of the small towns the owning of a building Is a dead loss to the Government The govern ment can rent quarters Just as good und at a much less expense Hotter put that money In the Improvement of the roadways which are a benefit to everybody Envy prompts the build Ing of most of the Government build ings in the small Inland places It seems that a Congressman is no good unless he can get a government build ing or two during his term which means the expenditure of about 100 000 1 say put that money in the im provement of the public roads EQUII TY MEN AND MINERS Although it Failed to Accomplish Purpose Important Questions Were Considered The meeting of the Equity men and miners at Central City on last Satur day March 1Gth failed to do the work that it was called for just from what reasons it would be hard to say The Intention was to meet with delegates of other union labor organizations and tee If we could not come to some kind of a working agreementwhereby each could be of some benefit to the other but for some reason now unknown the other organizations were not represented fully enough to get to any working basis Some time In the near future this will be taken up again and a meeting called at Owensboro for tho same purpose This thing is bound to be an ac complished fact in the near future Ill all union men are striving for the tune end that Is betterment of the condition of the ordinary man and curbing the power of organized greed consequently all should net together We had a meeting in the opera house at Central City Saturday morn ing and a great many A S of E members made talks The burden of the talks was that till members of the A S of E should demand union labels on all articles purchased when possible and those members of other organizations that were present assured ua that they would demand their produce should bear the label of the A S of E even at advanced prices over the dumpers product On every hand at this meeting one found members insisting on the re duction of acreage and asking that everybody dumpers and all be shown the Importance of this It is this way Mr Dumper if you insist on growing bli crops you may break down the union In spite of all i that can be done and when it falls you are sure to get crushed so in this matter you cannot afford to fail to act with the union Let every man who possibly can cut under 10000 hills for It will only hasten the day when this surplus that we piled up whop it was so aw ful cheap will be removed and wo will have abtlsk market and one wheie thobnyer cannot haggle for a cent or two on the price v BlankenshipMaddox- Mr Wf C Hlankeiishlp and Mss Mimic Siaiaddoxi both of Heaver Dam were1 quietly married at the home of the bride Wednesday evening at 7 oclock The ceremony was per formed by Rev Frank Baker of the M B church South Miss Maddox is one of Beaver Dams most charming and accomplished young ladles Mr Hlankdnshlp Is a prosperous far mer and coal operator They will make their homo at Heaver Dam SaleA Dwelling House and Iot and 010000 bank Stock trithe Green River Deposit Bank fob sale at Rocheitei Ky Kor partieularaswrltdi JtWlis N XjuuVsh MuhaYK 1 1 it I DASTARDLY DEED OF DRUNKEN MAN Attempted to Assault Seven Year Old Girl Of Tom Cotten While He and Wife Were Away on Sun day Night A dastardly attempt Is alleged to have been made Sunday night by James Collins a glass blower to criminally assault the sevenyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs Ton Cot ten a short distance from their home in Seven Hills The cries of the frightened child attracted the atten tion of two or three men who were passing and it is thought that Collins feared that he would be caught and fledMrs Cotton went before Justice Rodman Tuesday and swore out a warrant against Collins Time war rant was placed in the hands of Con stable Dent hut at a late hour last night he had not located Collins The affair did not become generally kown in Seven Hills Sunday night but much excitement prevailed in that section all day Monday and last nightIt is alleged that Collins was in a drunken condition and went to the Cctton home in company with a man wlose name was not learned Mr and Mrs Cotton were at church lest their sevenyearold audI and two other children at home lins and his companion tool posses lIon of the house The former took time young girl a short distance front time house and attempted to assault herEugene Rush who was returning home heard her cries and started to her aid He heard Collins tell time girl that he would kill her If she din not stop calling for help Rush ran for assistance but when he rcvracd Ctlfns had taken the girl near her home and left her and then disap peared with his companion In the meantime Jam ail Mrs Cotton had reiurnMl home and were searching for their daughter The girl told her parents the story Several men of the ncIghborhrod nmade au effort to locate Collins Sunday night but without surcess Collins cnme to Owensboio several months ago to work at the Solar Glass plant It is believed that l e hrs left time city but every effort will be made to Vriiiy about his nrresi Owenshoro Messenger 0 OLD MAN KNOCKED FROM I C TRACK Daniel Creager a Resident of Muhlenburg County Kill ed by Train Unable to hear Its approach on a1 jount of deafnessuntil it was too late to escapeDanlel Creager a resident of Nelson Muhlenburg county was hurled from a high trestle south of the Green river bridge near Rockport by a fast Illinois Central passenger train last Saturday morning and almost instantly killed Creagerwho was seven tyfour years old was on his way to Kockport and being almost deaf he did not hear the trait until It was al most upon him He turned toward the engine and tried to reach a place f safety but owing to his advanced ire he failed to do so and was hurled from the trestle by the rapidly moving train Three ribs were brok en and besides being internally Injur kJ he was badly bruised He was taken to Rockport and medical aid summoned He died a short time la ter in the Illinois Central depotwhere he had been placed by the train crew Mr Creager was a respected rannerl Several children survive wife had been dead several years carIsonIn Rough river just below here Saturday afternqon Time two gentlemen who are well known farmers living south of the river were here making their Usual Saturday evening purchas es of family supplies and on account of the rl 111idl11 I I their boat was swept by the wild current against an overreaching sycamonjI limb and capsized throwing them yardsIcould swim but fortunately both I caught hold on the limb just as the boat sank front under them The limb to which they clung hung nearly ver ticle and was less than two inches in dlame tr They instinstlvely shouted for help which by the merest dint of fortune was within call Messrs Joe Shultz and Ed Moore had just pro ceeded them in another dingy were just reaching the landing when they heard Messrs Thomas and Parks call for assistance Shultz and Moore made the best speed possible against the fiercest current ever witnessed in the river here and reached the men none too scon as against the swift current theh hold on the limb was rapidly exhausting their strength TO HARNESS FALLS OF GREEN RIVER Louisville and Bowling Green Capitalists Plan an Enor mous Plants The Green River HydroElectric Co composed of prominent Louisville and Howling Green capitalists will erect at once on Green river at Glenmore an electric power plant having a ca pacity of 1000 horse power This amount of power will be provided for at onco and later additional power will be developed as needed as the fall Is sufficient to supply almost un limited power The current will be transmitted to Howling Green a distance of twelve miles where it will furnish lightheat and power for the city and surrounding country- It Is expected the plant will be com pleted by the middle of September The work will be under the supervision I of H Von Schon engineer of De troit Mich expectsielectricIroad to Louisville We Want More Correspondents- The Republican now has as good correspondents we think as nay local newspaper lint we want more Wo want an energetic young lady or gentleman at McHenry Heaver DamRo sine Cromwell Ltalzetown Horse Hranch Iordsvllle Dundee Taffy Wosterfield Heda and Heflln Wo postageThe Republican to correspondents free Any of our readers who will assist us in procuring such a correspondent at these places vill confer a grunt favor Parties applying will please accompa Inr their application with r utws lot Superfluous Hair la one of the most pcrjvcnf ft annoyances that mcr a far Kj complexion Dame FasAjn E zilh her lew tic and shot sleeves need worry nJ 1rJ however as 4DEPILATORY Will easily and harmlessly remove this blemish It acts on the hairatid its roots removes tho hair dissolving it and docs it oholt injury to the most delicate skin It bavus no mark or sar of any kind It doesnt do anything reriova tho hair but it does that thoroughly It U easy to apply and till rcjulti are lasting Well demonsrate this to you before you buy Price 75 Ct James H Williams The Slorr rr i jj ii 1 rtf lt f NESBITS DENOUNCE EVELYNS MOTHER Mrs Harry Thaws Grandmother and Two Aunts Repudiate Mrs Holman The grandmother and two aunts of Evelyn wife of Harry K Thaw have repudiated Mrs Charles J Holman Evelyns mother blaming her for all the trials and troubles of her daugh terAt Miles City Mon on March 4 there was held a family meeting which was attended by the aged mother of W Scott Nesbit who was the father of Evelyn also the two married sisters of the former Mr Nesbit At this meeting there was drawn up and signed by the three women a statement of the familys opinion of the case of Florence Evelyn NesbitThaw This statement was sent to Pittsburg by the women with a letter in which it was requested that the matter be published The letter which is also signed by the women contains one clause in risk tug for publicity and readers We are known to hire property in Livingston Mon and in Spokane Vashnml will assume the entire re sponsibility The signed statement in part folI lowsThe attitude of Mrs Charles 1 Holman mother of Mrs Harry K Thaw has taken toward her daughter Evelyn is to our minds almost inhuman The evidence given at the trial reflects very discreditably upon t Mrs Holmans character Had she been a true mother she would have taken in washing before putting her daughter out as an artists model teml1tatlonsWhat girl could live the life that Evelyn Xtsbit lived and come out un I tarnished Mothers do you think your daughters could be placed in the same circumstances with such a man as Stanford White to teach them mor alitywhat was right and what was wrongplaced in his hands for pro tection at the age of fltten years pass through such a crisis and come through all right- Admitting that Mrs Holman did not know the true characer of San ford Whiteshould she have left her beautiful little girl under the charge of an influential man of the world unprotected otherwise and in New York City And now considering that she did all of this innocently giving her the benefits of a thousand doubts is she not inhuman to turn against her daughter in the hour of her needTorture such as no woman has ever undergone and which she is vol untarily bearing bravely and nobly showing that underneath the fair and fragile beauty there lies a stratum of pure gold which she must have in herited front her father Her fathers family was Inown in PHtoburg and Allegheny City as a family whose men were brave and honorable and whose women Signed were virtuous I KLIZA J NESBIT Mother of W S Nesbit 1 CAUJUE MORTIMER Sister of W S Nesbit LAURA C GALBRAITH Sister of W S Nesbit j A cross and peevish child is no natural There is something wrong Usually its the stomach Use Cas j caswcet and put the stomachright and the sunshine will return to the babys face Cascasweet is best for j babies and children 50 doses 25 cents Sold by all druggists m Fairbanks for 1908 j Mr Fairbanks Presidential boom II quiet but actively astir and Is the j subject of growing comment EveryIi- wdy know that Mr Fairbanks IB IIIIi time field and not III a merely captive and mildly deprecatory way as scats gentlemen In reality unite tie i Indufctrius UB Mr Fairbanks affect to be Hut there is a mistaken notion that Mr Fairbanks is busier than any other candidate stringing wires and I laying plants against the campaign of 1008 and on that assumption it InI argued that thoae men who in past have pursued time presidential j prize toast actively have failed to roach it- rhat j IB a superficial observation based not on any principle of logic but on a few striking instances sUI1 porting It Hut there are instances the other way and the Washington j Star which believes that the dignified positiontion of his stock high up in the list cites a few of them Jackson reached the goal after one terrible disappointment and some very protracted and strenuous campaigning Buchanan was a standing candidate j for years and sought and obtained the English mission with tle view of adI- rS vanclng his presidential prospects Between 1SS9 annd and 1802 MrClove land played openly for his third nomination and won both It and the elec tion Gen Harrlsqns lightning rod was up some years before ISSSwhen the lightening struck it and Mr McKinley from the time ho left Congress in 1S91 until 1S9G was as good as an avowed candidate for the White HouseMr Fairbanks honorable ambition to reach the htghet honor of Ameri can citizenship will undoubtedly move him to avail himself of every proper and dignified means to further his prospects He is a strong safe man of the substantial and conservation sort the people of this country have generally preferred and will return to sooner or later when the passing bent for radical experiment and Innova tion bred of a now largely complied need of a program of strenugus re forms is over- Whether the change in the popular mood will come in time to make Mr Fairbanks as available as he is safe sane clean and moderate is a ques tion There can be no question that a restored preference for candidates of the McKinley and Fairbanks type would make for general confidence qnd the continuance of prosperity For weak kidneys and lame back use DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Best for lumbago rheuma tism bladder and other troubles arising from bad blood They cleanse the kidneys and clear the system Indorsed and sold by all druggists m SENSATIONAL SUIT TO BE FILED Kentnckian Charged With Steal Ing Cincinatians Pret I ty Spouse According to a story printed by the Cincinati Enquirer papers have been drawn in a sensational suit to be filed in the Federal Court either at Covington or Cincinnati The plaintiff Is Clarence M Thomas an accountant of this city and the defendant Wil limn L Graddy of Versailles pro minent socially and as a stockman having a wife and grownup sons and daughters The Graddy home Is a beautiful one and the farm is amqng the best in the State Thomas charges that Graddy has alienated the affections of his wife who is a very pretty woman and that she left him under the persuasion of the defendant He sues for 25000 damages Both the men in the case are Elks It is said that the begin ning of the cause of action dates back to 1903 when the Elks held their annum reunion in Baltimore Md Ac cording to the story Graddy and Mrs Thomas met there for the first time and their friendship has continued sinceIt is said that Thomas did not SUM pect anything until 1901 when the Elks held their annual reunion in Cin cinnati even then it is said that he did not surmise the full truth until a letter said to have been written by Graddy to Mrs Thomas was found in the possession of the latter Thomas then employed detectives with the re sult that he claims he has evidence enough to instute the suit for 25000 OAS1ORJABoar theTheKind You Have Always Bought Signature of Glad This Bear is Dead Nimrods returning from the Punx uitawney camp In Clearfield county specially those who go there for the purpose of hunting wild honey feel grateful to Sunny Joe Wilson for re moving their chief competitor The big black bear which Mr Wilson shot last Monday also had a sweet tooth and for several seasons he had been making the rounds of the bee trees In the vicinity of the Punxsntawney ramp with the result that the fami lies of the hunters have annually been robbed of hundreds of pounds of honey David Hooper and Thomas Allcbran of this place who in company with the keeper of the camp James Brewer spent last week cutting bee trees Found evidence on every hand of bru ins depredations During the week they cut six large bee trees every one of which had been tampered with and when the bear was finally brought to earth the swollenuondition of his eye showed that he lad recently met with desperate opposition from the hoes while making the rounds for honey During the week however Messrs Hrewer Hooper and Allehran secured more than 300 pounds of honeywhlch they rendered in camp and later ship lied to their homes With bruin out of the way the hunters believe that next seasons supply of wild honey will be largely increased SaO amv0ftJAYon Haw Always Bought Btt I T AT HISTORIC SPOT ON HAMPTON ROADS i Where Capt John Smith Governed Will be The Jamestown I Exposition Three hundred years agoto beTpre else on May 13 1G07 three boatloads of Englishmen rowed up James river landed at a spot some thirty miles+ above the present city of Norfolk Virginia and established the first perma nent Englishspeaking colony on this continent They called it hll1l sliortI which subsequently became Tames Town They fought the Indlanswero massacred built stockadeserected a church the tower of which still stands spread Chrlstianitybecame acquainted with potatoes were initiated to the delights of tobacco formed a govern mentmultlplied and thrlvedand finally established the colony of Virginia and laid a firm foundation for the thonaIITo commemorate all this the James town exposition has been built and will be maintained from April 20 to December 1 on a beautiful spot on the seashore overlooking Hampton Hoads about five miles front Norfolk Roads about five miles from Norfolk Us promoters set forth that the expo sition is to he of a historical and educational character Certainly few places with more Nhlstorlcnl associa tints could be found on the continent Beginning with bold Captain John Smith who was in one of the original three boatloads and Pocahontls who saved Johns life and whom we all felt as if we almost knew per sonally when we were studying history at school this part of the country is linked to a continuous chain orI events that have cut deep notches Into Evonlnowtheginia bear the good old English names of Surrey Sussex Middlesex YorkEs sex Warwick etc and that part of Chesepeake bay right off the exposition grounds where among other notable conflicts the Ilonltor fought the I Merrlmac must be fairly paved with ballsIAlla fair and the fair Itself In its physical I aspect promises to be worthy of its setting I A Touch That Heals I Is the touch of Bucklins Arnica Salve everthe sore or ulcer is this Salve will cutslwoundsGuaranteed by all druggists 25c I I The Wealth of The Farm This year just passed has been one of the most successful years the farm ers of this country have ever known says Chicago Tribune The value of the farm products including live stock Is estimated by the secretary of agriculture at the inconceivable figure of C794000000nearly half a billion mor than last year and over two billions more than in 1899 An increase of 44 per cent in seven years Is cause enough for thanksgiving Over a million farmers who were debtors ten years ago trying to pay the Interest on mortgages on their farms are now looking for investments for their moneyThe exports of farm products in spite of increased consumption at home have grown to 976000000 In spite of the Injurious statements print ed about the packing houses the fig ures for exports of packing house pro ducts exceed 200000000 for the first time The balance of trade in favor of the American farmer that is the excess of exportation of American ag ricultural products over Imports of the sane character was for last year 453000000 as against S5000 for all other classes of exports and purports Taking the last seventeen years to gether tilt balance in favor of the v American farmer Is over 6OdO000000 while the balance against the other American producers combined amount to nearly trait a billion i The increased prosperity of tho farmer has enabled him to make himself I still richer by developing lend whirls was wholly or partially unpro i ductive because of lack of money AI luvial land has been reclalniedmarsh es have been drained the proper seeds nor plants have been bought for spe cial soils Rocky slopes h eleen planted with fruit trees and leguminous plants on sandy soil Arid and semiarid soil has been irrigated Im provements have not been halted by lack of cash At the same time farm life has been made less monotonous by the introduction of the telephone j everywhere and by the trolley and free rural delivery in the more settled districts The department of agriculture has done much to stimulate this growth of prosperity It has introduced a win ten wheat which bears five bushels an acre more than the ohf fciridrt and a winter barley which bears oO per cent more than spring barley It has been found that the camphor tree flourish orInngegrow ccssfully in Arizona The alkali lands can now be reclaimed promising new development to Utah and States sim ilarly situated while away to Inocu late soils for leguminous crops has been found even more successful than the one hitherto used The farm is the strength of the na tlon and he city dweller wishes the farmer a long continuance of the pres ent prosperity As long as tho farmer has work for the unemployed in the cities and money to buy the products of the factories the cities share In the good things of life When crops fall and the farmer is hard up the fac tories must close and the workmen out of a job look in vain to the farm for a chance to share in the harvest The farmer has enough laid by to stand a year or two of hard luck but everybody wishes him another year like the last Thomass Bee Our teachers fine said Thomas to his sister Margaret Today he told us he was going to give us some bees and he hoped theyd make honey in our lives- Sureenough bees Margaret asked No of course not He hasnt any real bees Then what kind of bees did he give you Id like to know Margaret again qu stlonedIWell sister if youll keep still long enough Ill tell you Thomas answered goodnaturedly Now here they are I Be clean Be thoughtful Be ear nest Be prayerful Be watchful Be goodTheyre funny bees Margaret 0 1 know they havent wings or anything of that kind but he said if wed take them home with us and let them live In our lives before long wed find our hearts full of the sweet est honeyWell I what will time honey look I like Margaret ventured to ask 0 you cant see it with your eesIrhomas replied Its hidden our I souls He called It the honey of love I joy peace kindness meekness and temperance I Then Thomas I hope you brought the bees home with you Margaret sighed I I dirt and Im never going to tease sunIbeamLittle 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 druggists m a Central Citys Police Judge Sued Lewis T Kittinger has filed suit in the Circuit Court against police judge G T Westerfleld and his bondsnien nonshifting The The straightlino keyboard The keyboard The rockshft OverWork Veakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through u Wdnnva once every three minutes r s may a The kidneys your blood they out the waste impurities In the blood It they sick out cf order they fall doI their work Pains achesandrheu matism come cess of uric acid the blood due neglectedm u kidneytraublic+ Kidney trouble causes quick unsteady heart beats and makes one feel though they had heart trouble because the heart overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- it considered that only urinary troubles were to traced the kidneys but now modern science proves that nearly all constitutional diseases have their begin ning kidney trouble- If you are sick you can make mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Kilmers I SwampRoot the great kidney remedy soon realized stands the highest for Its lvanderful curl or the most dlstressln cases ana sold on its merits by all druggists in fifty cent and onedollar siz You have are purifiers fil ter or are or to from ex In to or as Is to be be to In no Dr is It is sample bottle by mall iiom of 8wam noot free also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Yi on every bottle tIn his pleadings Mr Klttlnger al leges that Westeffield did on the Sth day of August 1906 wrongfully and without authority Issue a capias directing the marshal of Central City to arrest said plaintiff and safely keep him until he should satisfy the sum of 450 alleged to be due the town of Central City upon a judgment and that the marshal did arrest him and confined him in the city lockup Plaintiff alleges that said judgment had prior thereto been fully satisfied and that said capias was void and of no force And Plaintiff by reason of said arrest and imprisonment was greatly exposed and humiliated and Injurled in his credit and circumstances and suffered great mental anguish therefrom by all of which he was damaged in the sum of 2000 unJ his costs Central City Republican Their Rating but They all Drink- A number of years ago a certain firm of four men in Boston were rated as A 1 They were rich prosper ous young and prompt One of them had the curiosity to see how they were rated and he found the above facts in Duns and felt sat isfied But at the end of these words were added But they all drink He thought it a good joke at the time but a few years later two of them were dead another was a drunkard and the fourth was poor and living partly on charity That one little note at the end of their rating was the most important timid significant of all the facts collect ed and embodied in their description Selected iLost and Found Lost between 930 p m yester day and noon today a bilious at tack with nausea and sick headache This loss was occasioned by finding at all druggists drug store a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills the guar anteed cure for biliousness malaria and jaundice 25- cTHE 40 SINGER eR Wheeler K Wilson 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 I FCLALI r ESTATEIf l dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with usf v 1 Note These acres of land on Roughs 4 river near Clear Run i bottomI land Good new four room house with large hall and veran dIbarn and nice young orchard Two i neverfailing wells i A 90 acre farm half river bottom ft30 acres timber j miles from Green river 15 miles from miles from Echols 5 miles from Rockport 8 miles from McHenry Has good five room dwelling barn 50x50 plenty of water small orchard price X90- 0Splendid two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated on lot 2 acre All out buildings and good water Price reasonable One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con 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 1 C R R half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared good orchard 1bargainmation furnished on application Splendid twostory dwelling in Hartford on Washington street I only one square from Court House I t and new depot site 100 acres 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultivation II 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable termsIeasy any further information fur nished on application A farmer of 120 acres on the Rochester and Rockport road two miles North of Rochester 75 acres Green river bottoms rest good hill 45 acres in fine shape for cultivation this year rest well kept Good dwelling and out buildings all kindst i 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 easy payments New two story frame dwelling in Hartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 feet front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fredric and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain The 84 acre tract of landrec ly purchased by J H Hickman 0fOwensboro from the trustee of C Powers situated in the Concord neighborhood five miles east of HartfordList property with us We will find a i SJYIITH 4ft Republican Office Hartford Kyo DeWitts Ilei Salve For PUs Burns Sore 1 r c Tw f you ca1 read this ad ways and eachI statement is truel 1s The keyforeverycharacter complete constructed Tvoewriter BargainstNi- nety buye- rBARNETT twentyfive r is leithe most noiselessy is the most accurate is the most rapid is the most easily learned l is the most durablerI THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER GOIne 821 Pine Street St LoUiS Missouri E I t r 1jIo1 r r Ii I ttI rr ylr r r F ss L r n+ TOBACCO IMPORTS OJ INTO GERMANY i United States Counsel Tells j of Kinds Wanted j J Smoking and Chewing Tobacco From U S is Used but Cigar Tobacco is HighII The following letter from United States Consul T J Albert of Bruns jvick bearing on the importation of e tobacco into Germany will he ol wide interest to the tobacco trade The manufacturers in Brunswic- do not import tobacco directly from the United States or from other for eign countries The Inland tobacco dealers and manufacturers throughout Germany buy their supplies chiefly in Bremen Hamburg Amsterdam and Rotterdam from second hands The importers at Bremen and Hamburg purchased on their own account or receive on consignment from other countries tobacco closed pack agescoiitalning different assortments namely prime second third etc In qualities These packages are sold by the importers to intermediaries who deal directly with the manufacturer or inland dealer enabling the latter to buy the sort he prefers out of the closed packages At Amsterdam and Rotterdam the Importer Is accustomed to sell by auction the Sumatra and Java tobacco which furnishes the chief material for wrappers At these cities the German manufacturer and dealer can select single assortments and buy directly from the importer For these reasons the auctions at Amsterdam and Rotterdam are well attended by German dealers and man ufacturers while at the same time many buy from second hands As to tobacco grown in the United States used in the manufacture of cigars formerly the chief demand was for the seed leaf but this de mand was lately decreased on account of the consumption of tobacco in the United States which has advanced prices to such an extent that it does not admit of calculation of profit on purchasesFor manufacture of smoking and chewing tobacco there is icon siderable quantity used from the United States also stems front tobac co leaves which are shipped mostly in Cksks to Bremen These kinds of to bacco are also purchased at secondhand at Bremen Departure from this rule can only be exceptions Hex lean tobacco is much used in Germany in the manufacture of cigars Also Brazilian St Felix which sup plies largely the demand for fillers and wrappers Colombian tobacco especially Carmen and some Amba lema are also used and also Rio Grande and Paraguay tobacco For the manufacture of smoking tobacco Varina leaves In baskets are also usedOf the West Indian tobacco the German manufacturer not only uses Havana and other Cuba but consider ably quantities of Santo Domingo and Ibrto Rico the latter chiefly for imoking The demand fdr East In 1tHan tobacco Sumatra and Java steadily Increases chiefly for wrappers but also for fillers The prices for Sumatra outside wrappers have attained amunpiecedented height The demand of the American manufactur er has had considerable Influence up on this rise There are a largo number of cigar manufacturers In and around Bruns wick and the amount of tobacco consumed by them is important In communicating with German houses It will always be found advan tageous to use the German language 1IIn 1897 I had a stomach disease Some physicians said Dyspepsia some consumption One said I would not live until spring Forfour years I existed on boiled milk soda bis cuits and doctors prescriptions I I could not digest anything I ate then I picked up one of your Almanacs and it happened to be my lifesaver I bought a 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 1906 The above is only a sample of the great good that is daily done every where by Kodol for Dyspepsia It is soldhere by all m Fruit Yields Per Acre- A tenacre orchard that was point ed out yielded a net Income at three years old of 750 at four years old of 41980 at five years old of 2200 at six years old of 3300 and the present year the outlook is such that at least twice this amount may be realized Probably to take a general average f J vVnat Do rhey Uuref Tho above question is often asked con Dr Plcrcon two leading medi andIITho answer is that Golden Medical Discovery Is a most potent alterative or bhwd and tonic or invigorator and acts especially favorably In a cura passagesmithgroatbronchial bladdcfr bring a large per cent of catar ca nether e disease affects the nasal pa a s the t nt larynx bron dyspepsiabowelsasuterus o or other pelvic org 1nTITVj successful In affect 9 io av e v s e nsso mseases e c mrwe a r its an re I P 1 W I Is a power u yet gont y act ng nv g ating tonic and ncrvlno For weak worn out overworked womenno matter what FavorltoImo In building the strength regulating painka systemA each bottlo giving the formula of both medicines and quoting what scores of eminent medical authors whoso works are consulted by physicians of all tho schools of practice- as prescribing say of Ingredient entering Into these medicines The words of praise bestowed on tho several Ingredients entering Into Doctor Pierces medicines by such writers should have more weight than amount of non professional testimonials because such men aro writing for tho guidance of their medical brethren and know whereof they speak Moth medicines aro nonalcoholic non secret and contain no harmful habit forming drugs being composed of glycerin extracts of the roots of American medicinal forest are both sold by dealers In medicine You cant afford to as a substitute for ono of these medicines of known composition any secret nostrum Pierces Pellets small sugarcoated easy to take as candy and Invigorate stomach liver and bowels right through the peach belt the net profit would reach hardly 100 per acre certainly not over One hundred and eight trees to an acre at 2U feet apart Is what is calculated upon though in Georgia it is said 200 are planted to the acre about 12 feet apartAn orchard three ar four years old should average about four or five bushels to the tree though frequently running six and seven The winds of March have no terror to the user of DeWitts Witch 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 KENTUCKY MAY HOLD VALUABLE DIAMONDS Every Indication That Extinct Volcano has Stones of Fab ulous Value We will be washing out diamonds equal to any of the South African pro duct within thirty days In sixty days this will be the must talkedof place in the world So spoke Engineer John Sauborn as he described a tract of ground in which he says will develop the rich est diamond field In the world The new diamondbearing outcrop of mineral and earthy formation lies In Elliott county Kentucky a short distance across the West Virginia line Hero Is the crater apparently of an extinct volcano The mineral Klmbcrlitu found In what Is called a pipe is identical with that mined In time Transvaal Already on tho surface have been found the following gems Garnets of the variety known aa pyropejllm hits jot black In color and usually found in twokarat size olivine rich green in color which takes a tine pol ish and is used for jewelry Besides these there have been found dlopslde being emerald in color mica and several other kinds of lesser genus General Samuel Pearson who lately arrived from South Africa after look Ing over the ground stated that he was certain diamonds would be found in the crater of tho oitlnctvolcano The deposit is exactly the same David Draper geologist from Jo hannesburg Transvaal examined the group and made the statement that never before had ho seen the geologic formation save in South Africa and that judicious working would make the property worth 50000000 A Humane Appeal A humane citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams 107 West I Mam St says I appeal to all per sons with weak lungs to take Dr Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has helped me and fully comes of to the proprietors recom mendation It saves more lives than all other throat and lung remedies put together Used as a cough and cold cure the world over Cures whoopingcough thisic stops hemorrhages of the ungs and builds them up Guaran j teed at all druggists drugstore hoc j and 100 trial bottlefree m It 1 t 1 t r WEIGHT OF SOUL HAltANOUNCE Says Massachusetts Physi cians After Experiments Death bed Tests Show an Aston = fsblng Similarity of Results Dr Duncan McDougall of Haver hill Mass who is at the head of a research society and has had four oth er physicians associated with him in a series of experiments covering six yearsr believes that the human soul has a definite weight which can be de termlned when it passes from the body at death according to a Boston dispatch to the Now York Times Dr McDougall began by seeking If the departure of the soul from the body is attended by any manifesta tions of being recorded by any physical means The method finally resorted to was to place a dying patient in bed upon one of the platforms of a pair of very delicate scales made expressly for the experi ments and then to balance this weight with an equal weight on the opposite platform The scales were sensitive to a weight of less than aI tenth of an ounce In every case after death the platform opposite the one on which lay the body of thy sub ject of the test fell suddenly Mr Mc Dougall says and the figures on the dial index indicated a diminution in weightThe first experiment was with a man dying with tuberculosis He ex pired watched by five physicians The Instant life ceased the opposite scale pan fell with startling suddenness Immebiately all the usual deduc tions were made for physical loss of weight and It was discovered that there was yet a full ounce unaccount ed for The next subject was also a victim of tuberculosis and practically the same phenomena occurred Each of the five physicians made his own computation and these separate com putations were compared afterward at a consultation They all showed an unaccountable loss in weight com paring the patients corpse with his body when he was alive Four other cases were carefully observedand In each it was established that a weight of from onehalf to a full ounce departed front the body at the moment of dissolutionDuring practice among hospital patients said Dr McDouga and In being present at the bedside of many dying patients my curiosity was arroused as to whether there might be some material change dis covered by actual tests which would throw scientific light upon the mystery of the flight of life When aperson dies the currant belief Is that the spirit or soul con tinues to live My first thought was has continued consciousness and per sonal Individualism an existence Can It exist in peace as nothing It is known as a forceas a personality real and actual It Is Impossible to think of It tit not occupying space With that granted the next query was has it weight Fourthwith I I e- gan my experiments Catarrh Cannot bo Cured with Local Applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutiona disease and inorder to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surface Halls Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and is a regu lar prescription It is composedof the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surface The perfect combination of the tv ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials free F J CHENEY Co Props To ledo 0- Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation m In Memory Of James S Lee who died at his home near Sunnydale February 0 1907 of a complication of dlseasesage 75 years 8 months and 28 days Also in memory of Sarah E Cardwell Leo who died at her home near Sunnydale February 26 1907 of neuralgia of the heart age 68 years and 4 days After appropriate funeral services conducted by Rev Joseph A Goodman their remains were interred in the Sunny dale cemetery on February 7 and 2S respectively the presence of a large crowd of sorrowing relatives and friends i James S Lee wart born in Coffee county Tennessee May 81831 and was the son of Jesse and Sallie Lee I Y- Jtt KIIsty I Sary E Caldwell was born in Butler 1839Ij Nancy J Caldwell James S Lee and Miss Sarah E Caldwell were married In Butler county Kentucky November 1 1851 They have left five children several grandchildren and It large number of other relatives and friends to mourn their departure Yet our loss is their gain we believe they were leading a Christian life having professed religion when young and Jaa S Lee Joined the Baptist church and Sarah E Caldwell Lee joined tho Presbyterian church both In Butler county in early life and remained as members of said denominations until about the year 1SSS when they joined the M E church South at Marvin Chapel church in Ohio county where they remained until their Mus ter said it is enough come up higher We have known these parties ever since February or March 1878 and from the life they have lived during all their time we believe they have made their peace with God years ago It was our lot to be present wheat Mi Lee died and we heard Mrs Let sa Well he wont have to look for me very long for I will soon follow and so she died the twentieth day thereafter and by their death Marvin Chapel has lost two of Its original members the children a low lug father and mother the communi ty two good friends and neighbors We would say to the bereaved ones not to mourn for them as for those who had no hope and cast your cares upon Him who doeth all things well and ever be prepared to meet thc1l1I again to be separated no more 1IMr and Mrs James S Lee were the parents of Jesse L Lee who died May in 1S9S of typhoid fever and of A Monroe Lee who died August 7 1S9S of typhoid fever and also of Mary Francis wife of Lewis W Hunt who died February 27 1901 of a com plication of diseases These three were also live wideawake members of Marvin Chapel church The re mains of all five are sleeping In time Sunnydale cemetery to await the res urrection morn J T D Health In the Canal Zone The high wages paid make it a mighty temptation to our artisans to join the force of skilledworkmen needed to contract the Panama Canal Many are restrained however by the fear of fevers and malaria It is the knowing onesthose who have used Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing they are safe from malarious influ ence with Electric Bitters on hand Cures blood poison too biliousnesss weakness and all stomach liver and kidney troubles Guaranteed by all druggists 50c in H The Farmers CoOperate Union- I wish to outline sonic features rand objects of the organization as 1 am sure that there Is hundreds of farmers In our bounds who know but little If anything about the Farmers Cooperate Union Its object Is to cooperate with all farmers who belong to the said Union to obtain butter or a fair living price for the products of the farm orchard mill garden This un ion does nut associate itself with any trust combine or monopoly or with any other organization As it is or ganized against all combines it cannot associate Itself with nay tiling of that natureIn Kentucky the main rrcp to be Controlled is tobacco anti IIi Is held and handled wlhout obtaining money from a trust It is handled with home money by the aid of the union This union was organized in Ohio county iventucky and incorponitoilon tin I liar of March 19IU It has never been published through our paper our have we had an energetic organizer Had we it would have been doing wood n every cotuttyin the State of Ken tucky This union does nut question an applicant for membership as to his politics or religion but he must be a farmer Any one wanting a copy of the constitution can obtain one by sending addresp with two cent stamp to S C Babbitt or 1 C Neighbors Fordsvllle Ivy U F Li No 1 and if you wont to keep posted as to the working of the cooperative union take the Hartford papers the Republican or the Herald will give you some thing to read nearly every week about the cooperative union We will or ganize unions at any district schoolhouse where there are eight farmers who want to be organized timid staiJ In the good work tiny district that rii desire the above should address S C Babbitt at Fordsvllle as above You should be very careful of your 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 drug gists m lwa s P vFtac The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has beenI in use for oer 30 years has borne time signature of Si and has been made under his pcr sonal supervision since its infancy S Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIAi Gastoria is a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pareg- orIc Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoaa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TMC CCNTAUM COMPANY 77 MURRAY STDCCT NCW YOIS CITY lOUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaVeek Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN mS S B BBBBa K Ec Q B g i q m RANDALL T COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFIN m i When in Louisville MLW s i EUROPEAN HOTEL iThe Home for Ohio County People pQIQ COLLINS GRIFFIN Props ij v 21 J B 2J1 ti 6 E- frllf = = p =wr- BLACK BIRKH- EADUNDERTAKFSI We have bought the A C Taylor stock of Undertakers goods including the fine funeral car and have added pew Caskets and Supplies to suit any occasion We keep in our employ an experienced embalmer and funeral director and can meet any require ment at any hour We invite your custom BLACK J BIRKHEAD J i5 I 1 ti H i1toraiRepu licaris f t limed by the Bartforii rnbllahlng Company I woaroussnl J CM RRWITl MltonC K 8XITIIMM TEs otn9 erOianVborlttncS M + f- rIIouChFRIDAY MARCH 22 M ANNOUNCEMENTS We Ire authorized to announce S A ANHKR SON of West Hnrtford 1reclnct n candidate or Representative In the General li mbly fro l this tbe 26th district subject to the actionY Of tbe Republican party We are Authorized to announce W W PARK i of the Bedn Precinct n candidate for Keire et I tatlre In tbe General Assembly from tbtgtheCtt district 8ubJ ct to the notion of thg llniiybllcat party Examine the label on your paper If t Is not correct notify ustit What are you doing for the greater Hartford and better roads in Ohio county The firm of Hargis Carnes and Beckham has established a branch in Elliott county Judge Carnes has earned a place on the Democratic ticket as a candidate for Lieutenant Governor As yet no response has been made to our request for a reorganization of Hartfords Commercial Club Vice President Fairbanks friends believe that he will be able to cut the Vice from his title next year An old dog never learns new tricks Grover Cleveland still thinks the Pro tective Tariff a bad thing for this country The last words of Alexander Dowie were Peace to thee and immediate ly his old followers began to wrangle more than ever Croan of dox tax fame will either have to go back to the Legislature from both Hullltt and Spencer or stay at home where he belongs We hope Senator Blackburn will take Bob Franklin and Eph Lilian with him to Panama to cultivate his mint bed and mix the drinks These are gloomy flays for the man who looks forward to paying two ten spots for his wife s easter bonnet and two bits for his easter necktie A Des Moines Iowa man is said to have carried on a conversation with his surgeons while they amputated his leg He will no doubt tic struck speechless when they pull the other one Senator Daily must have gotten a load fastened in his gun How else can the fact that those Texas legislators who branded him a liar and coward and are still alive he accounted for It is clear that any attempt to re vive the tariff at this time would re farmlJrjHistime when he is realizing the most I from them t The City Administration in Louisville is quietly changing the offices of the water company That smoldering scandal has doubtless been kept under as long UK possible Of course it Is j best for the party to have the blame heaped upon exofficials We presume thlttllC late Ifgl i ture when brought to the bar of IIb1I He opinion und asked to explain lvhy It deprived Ohio county of half its quota of scholarships in the State Xormal t might plead in extenuation the OXII celloncips of Hartford College The Louisville street car strikes would have had fewer sympathizers I if the company hadnt manufactured so 1Il1stlhenthose straps for two or three mlleshe is ready to fight or at least stand by the other man while he fights The Ellzabethtown News in one ofI the Democratic papers of Kentucky which Is not blind to the fact that its party must slake speedy promises to enact some new laws amend and repeal some old ones if tlm people are to be asked to entrust it with anew lease of power at Frankfort Certain Kentucky Democrats thought Noel Gains the very acme of truth and honor in lS97vhen he brought in his frame up against Dr Hunter and E T Franks and lord them Indicted by a Franklin county grand Jury of Democrats to help Senator Blackburn in his race for United States Senator j It is but charitable the President 1to presume that when he said of Joe Blackburn he is a fighter who neII er hits below the beltho was unac I cIflcesBlackburn no contests would ever have I Vt becttinaugurutedtuir the3tnte wgjild have been a shameful chapter in her history l 1 taLouisvilles exposition was Inaugurated lfflBtAMonday under most auspicious conditions The weather which had beep bad so long gave way to hrlfth sutlr inb hid more V 1 10000 pee crpwiled the Armory building to Vratch the effect of the Presidents tour ion top electric1 button which started the machinery In the bigbuilding So far good crondshav been in attendance and the iifdicn tlons are that Kentuckys chief city will realize her fondest hopes for her great enterprise It there is anything or any body caught in the wonderful new rev enue law enacted by tho late unla mented legislature we would be glad to know about it That catchall made necessary to provide for the enormous graft in building the clew Capitol and to furnish the where with to pay the Increased salaries which that same Legislature magnan nmously granted to a number of faith ful henchmen of the Beckham machine will set Kentucky back twehtj years In material advancement The unfortunate part of it is that this comes at a time when her sister State are going forward by leaps and bound One Clarence James in an article headed West Kentucky State Normal School published in a local paper laments the fact that there are iso few Ohio county people attending that school There are several reasons whj other counties exceed Ohio in number pf pjiplls in attendance at West Ken tucky State Normal School We men tion two One is Ohio county luau as good high schools as are found in Western Kentucky Western Kentucky State Normal School not excepted Another Is nearly every other county In Western Kentucky has tenand some twenty free scholarships in the State Nornial to bestow upon its sons while Ohio countyby reason of the recent Legislative gerrymander has only five All else being equal Ohio county peo ple prefer to attend school at home which they are now doing and which accounts for so few at the Western Kentucky State Xormal School In another column we publish an Interview with Congressman A D James of the Third district which we klTow will be of special Interest to a large majority of our readers at present Not many of our subscrib ers escape either direct or indirect inconvience through the misrtihle mud rods of our country For num ber of years Congressman Brow n gtti of Tennessee has been trying to gets Congress to pass an act provid ing for assistance from tho National- government to the States for road purposeo We are glad to know Dr James will favor such a law it is nothing but long delayed justice to the interior or country districts Un told millions have been expended to Improve our rivers and no one will find1 fault with those who vote for such expenditures In most cases it was money well spent However as Dr James well saysmilllons of dol IlIIhllc16111111lngs were not needed which might have been worth many times the amount to the people in those localities If It had been used in the construction of permanent roads over which the farmer could haul his products to market In comfort at all times of the year We are in favor of both State surd Xational old for good roads and no candidate for the Leglslature nls year Is going to get our vote unless he will agree to support such an ef fort Rcaderyou can help to accom push that end by making the same kind of resolution BRYAN AND STATES 4 RIGHTS The South still maintains that it State5jMr Hryan who has advanced thennost- j radical plan for centralization of pow er in the National Government ownership of railroads We sometimes hear Democrats in the South talking about making an issue out of States rights and we wonder how Mr Bryan would look on that kind of platform Yet that would be no more inconsistent than some things they have done They advocated and secured the en actnjent of a National quarantine law They did not fear an extension of the purser of the Federal Government when In the midst of a terrible yellow fever epidemic the National Gov eminent was asked to take charge The South wants the Mississippi and Ohio rivers deepened so as to admit ocean steamers Not by the States but by the Federal Government There seems to be no fear of the Federal Government when It coineR to accept ing money for internal improvement Uy all menus put Mr Bryan with his ajHONOR TO COURT OP APPEALS Thanks to the Kentucky Court of Appeals and the Legislative Commit Dennett10hio her representation in the House this winter We have never doubted for a moment the result of the ihyestlgat lions by the Court of last resort Al though we must admit that it had begun to look as though the decision tight6e delayed too late to affect the coming election Under the de cision the act of 1906 is declared void and unless the Governor calls a spe cial session of the Legislature to enact a now law redistricting th stateI the coming election will beheld under the act of 1893 This act is also un constitutional for the same reasons assigned for setting aside the late one Under It more than twoicoun ties are joined to form one districtin several Instances For the righting of the infamous wrongs sought to be perpetrated un der the act just smashed byithe Court of Appeals no one deserves more credit than Senator Bennett He has labored almost constantly for a Tear to get these cases properly presented and his services will be remembered In the future by his party and those who have regained their political rights through his efforts The Court of Appeals has demonstrated that it can rise above partisanship that kind of partisanship run to seed in Kentucky under the Beckham re gime and which has upon more that one occasion shown n neatly willingness to trample the sacred rights of the people constitution and all tinder foot to accomplish the ends of vaulting ambition Among the Lodges Keystone Chapter Xo HOconferred the Mark Master and Past Master degrees at the regular session last Sat urday night C Rough River Lodge Xo IlO K of P will give a lunch next Tuesday night at Castle Hall At the regular meeting last Tuesday night Sam Bach presented the lodge with a nice record book for the M of F The lodge al so Knight Bach with an eleI recogInltlonof F for two years S Hartford Lodge Xo C75 F A 1Iwill confer all three degrees at regular meeting first Monday night In April The work will begin about 2 oclock in the afternoon and supper will be served at the hall No G7ii has one member who has been a Mason for over 50 years and a half doz en more who have been in the harness for more than 40 years She has on her roster 25 members who are Royal Arch Masons 7 who are Knight Tem plars and 5 who are members of the Shrine Death of Mr Linn Hoover Mr Linn Hoover one of the oldest find most respected citizens of the county died at his home In the Bu ford neighborhood at 130 oclock Monday morning Mr Hoover was born in Ohio county eightythree years ago and was one of the most respected formers of the county He had lived In the Bu ford neighborhood his entire life Mr Hoover lost his eyesight a few years ago and although his health was not the best during the past few months his death was unexpected He was known throughout the coun ty as Uncle Linn and his death will be deeply felt His widow survives him also three children who aro Dr1 C Hoover of lOwensboro Ike Hoover and Mrs Ida Burns of Ohio county The fuI neral took place at 3 oclock on Mon day afternoon at Mt Carmel church The Interment was in the church graveyard p RENDER March 1JJohn Sanders and son went to Reynolds last Wednesday H A Garrett was In Central City on business last Wednesday John T Edwards and Albert Jen nings were in Central City Thursday CK Rencer of Centcrtown was fJohn George W Bur ton returned from Owensboro Sat day after being there on business for a few days Dee W Williams spent the day In Hartford Sunday Dr J O McKinney and Messr0tha Miller and Nicholas Barrass of Taylor Mines were lucre Sunday Messrs K M WoodWard B W Iatterson and Edward Hanass of Hartford were here Sunday Mesdames McDowell Fair and L Francis spent the day In Louisville yesterdayDeputy Sheriff S A Hratcher of Hartford was here today on legal bus loess BUFORD March 20Mrs John Holbrook is on the sick list Mistf Forest Calhoon began her school here Monday with 24 enrolled Luther Klngof this place and Per ry Kirk of Clear Run have traded farms Will change this week R f Graves attended the meeting of AS of E at Central City last week Lee Williams of Rough river locks Visited B F Graves and wife Tues day C W Hussey Of Owensboro ls vis- Iting his son S J Hussey and family r yy GARFIELDS PROPHECY NOW COMING TRUE f Woman Suffrage Question Being Agitated Mote and More i I Years ago Garfleld saw the woman question looming up on thehorizo larger than the slzeof a raani hand and prcdlced that somesolution this question ere long mustJlnd The ap lution may still bq far in the future but that it has aestihed proportions larger than any mans hand cannot be denied i In one form or another the question has been before the 190615107 Legisla tures of Indiana Kansas Massachu setts Minnesota Nebraska New Hampshire Oregon Rhode Islalu South Dakota Texas Vermont and West Virginia It was debated in the Chicago City Charter Convention and was the subject which aroused the most feeling in the Constitutional Convention of OklahomaThe Legislature has just voted in favor of hill suffrage for women by a Vote of 19 to 15 in the Senate and 47 to 28 In the House Many organizations of women had pe titioned for the measure and four out of the five political parties had put a woman suffrage planks in their State platformsA days ago it was the subject of debate in the Italian Chamber of Deputies and at about the same time the Labor Party of the United King dom in conference at Ballast Ireland adopted resolutions favoring the ex tension of the franchise to adult men and women The movement has so far progress ed in England that the editor of the North American Review says That women will vote at the next general election in Great Britain may now be accepted as a virtual certainty FOR THE BUSY READER Richmond Va will erect a monument to the memory of Edgar Allen Poe who was a native of that city The Chief Justice has announced that the Supreme Court of the United States would take a two weeks recess from next Monday until April 8 S Former President Grover Cleveland passed his seventieth birthday anni versary with friends on a fishing trip in South Carolina 4 The jury in the case of Noel Gains V8W P Walton in the Anderson Circuit Court in which Gains was suing for 20000 for libel returned a verdict giving the former 2000 C Following up the launching of his Illinois boom Vice President Fair banks made three speeches in Chica go Monday winding up at an elabor ate St Patricks day banquet 55 The citizens of Austin Tox In a general election have voted to rebuild the Austin dam destroyed In 1900 by flood The rebuilding of the dam Itr Is estimated will cost afjout 2500 000 United States and British Hags to be made by Mrs Roosevelt and Queen Alexandria will be used to decorate the bust of Nelson which has been presented to the Navy Acadamy at Annapolis by the King of England Two persons were killed and nine injured when a threestory building In Cincinnati collapsed The founda tions were weakened by the flood In the Ohio river and tho walls gave way without warning One man is missing and may be dead In the ruins 55 A local option election has been called by the County Judge for Da viess county including the city of Ow ensboro and a determined effort will be made by the temperance forces to close the forty or more saloons now being conducted thereC The Payne party of Untied States Congressmen which Is inspecting the work on the Panama canal has arriv ed at Kingston Jamaica from Colon on the steamer Panama Tho travel ers declare themselves highly satisfied with the progress made in the con struction workIAt Maysvllle Ky Warreii Eastes and Jno Worthlngtontwo wellknown river men while drifting In a boatgot into a fight Worthington knocked Eastes down in his boat wlth a stick when Eastes jumped up grabbed an oar and struck Worthington on the head knocking him into the river Eastes then rescued him with great difficulty The affair was witnessed by a large crowd r ROCKPORT March 19AIiRQVtE Vt Tadtock could not fill Ijls regularappointment atthe Presbyterjan church Rey J L McCutchanr flJ1cd his place Sunday morning and night Urey Haden Is In Bowling f Green at 0 4 1 i r fRtElTftltT01HrJAMESTOWNlfPO SITIONTfllEIIWBYtllWPERq lJ TO TWO MOST POPULAR YOUNG LADIES IN OHIO CO q ONE jO TH AND ONE SOUTH OF OUGHJIVI y tJF V Z t gjuestion o1 be Settled By Ballot Under Rije- i SimHarto Our Mammoth OaVe V JJI ui dTHp Last Year0 fly 1 ftrtLast year The Republican gave a very successful free trip to the Mdfm i moth Cave for Ohio county schoolboys determining the favored oieltpy- k popularity Contest Wefeellthls year that the young ladles should havejL a a chance So we haye determined to send free of any cost whatevei the most popular young lady to Ohio county residing North ot Rough river and one residing South of the river to the Jamestown Exposition Wedo hot desire to tyvitanyx trouble on the age question and hence makeynp limit Any lady who mnay consider herself young enough to make the f trip may cuterWJcontest The contest will closo Saturday August 31 tit 6 oclockjjkm JUictrJp wlll be made ometlpie in the month Of Sep tembfir and thq WO successful ladles will be accompanied to Jamestownby one of the edit8 s of 41Iis1nper iinti his wife Every Item of expenstin jcludlng railroad fare hotel bills exposition tickets etc will be met by this papert A h CONDITIONS OF CONTEST f Every dolldrf iald In subscriptions to The Relubllcan whether afreflfl or advance will entitle the person making such payment to 100 votes nd they will b6 recorded foV any one of the candidates as directed Amounts o less than one dollar wllj be credited with a proportionate vote Any one will be billowed 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 dIp ped and sent tvour 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 an aIYto t application The names and standing of the va rious candidates bey printed In these columns from time to time Books will be opened teadIfor votes next Monday morning March IS f P 4 Select your candidate and arrange to aid her in every possible way 0 0 0 i 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 NOT GOOD AFTER APRIL to FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITIO- NThis Ballot Will Count 5 Votes for Miss 4 1 When properly filled out and returned to The Republican office by mail or otherwise on or before expiration of abovet 000000 0 0 0 0 00000 00 00000000000000 0 0 0 1 TILLERS OF THE SOIL I4qWill Make no Mistake by Visiting the Reliable t J 4andWell Known Firm of i 8 WILLIAMS MILLERk 1 41 For anything theyneed on the farm They v bIt 43 handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc = = Harrows steel ahd wood frame Harrows riding and bit 49 walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and = j buggies young folks and old folks N 4 I bit Sin Addition = = Vehavethebetequipped shop in Ohio county = fi fitted W4tl theatest improved machinery and ap bit Jj pliances and besides all kinds of general Blacksmith j n u mg cats 1 91anY Jobs in firstclass shape that other bh 4j shopscannot do at all Everything at very moder X c ate prices bbit irt1 bit 4g VILLIAMS MILLER tsE 44 bfi BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY bit r lending the Bowling Green Business I College itiMr Hugh Hendrle Bevler was Schroeters Floating Studio arrived FridayRockport Sunday I Mrs Tom Tilford died last Tuesday and was buried Friday the ICth Mr Willie Russellwho Is attending school at Beaver Dam spent last week at home Mr Dan Creager Nelson was struck by the north bound train Saturday morning at 820 oclock just south of the Green river trestle He was brought to Rockport by the train where he died an hour and a half la ter He was an old man and dull of hearing the train had Just come around a cnr and he was not seen In time tot p theVtraln nor did he hear It In time to get off the track Mil Llz etu ijttwent to Green SpndnyAirsoldier who had been in poor health from asthma for several monthsdied from pneumonia Monday night the 18 He will be buried the 20th by Rdckport Lodge Xo 312 F and A M of which he has been a member ot for years Mr Cairns is one of the oldest residents qf nock ort and foI a long term of years hsd charge of the water ly of theI C R R from Louisville 9f1faduqiUj Later he roadfromJacklheadquarters at HattieBburg until his t Tka sf health failed Crowe Pate and Morton Williams Beaver Dam were In town Sunday The Methodists are to begin a meet ing hero next Monday night the 25th DeWItts K Salvo For Plies Burns Soc ittlaiwrrr Does Your Heart Beat yDoesor bad blood You know for good blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to tike for bad blood Aycrs Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years IuggllbIInr 1 bloodKeepKa4e bJ C A7er OoLoweUYus10 tnaaufagturr oftAhersCRERRY PECTORAL ItWe have no laereiel We publish the formulae otali ouretuoinuC Cr I i h r Aa Ji t jJf trNitb f f- O II pf t EipTliQBt oil 1 4 FOi L 1 4 EASTERa Our Annual Spring Opting is over The I 44 many compliments received from those who visit thecr4 3 prices We invite you to makeNl6ur house your place for SPRING SHOPPING We positively guarantee you COURTEOUS TREATMENT I- Tt SQUARE DEALING AND LOW PRICES I Fairs Easter Belts Etc c A beautiful line of Belts Collars and Fancy 2 Novelties including 4 Purses Long and Short i Gloves Noplace can there be found amore up 4 toclate assortment We invitesyour inspection 2 i44 before buyingI n Fairs Easter Silks Our line of Dress Goods Sills and Trimmings tjv 4t cannot be excelled We absolutely guarantee 3 4c them to be late in style correct iris price Why not come direct to u f Pain trklJi S1W1ladies Fashionable Magazines for your inspection Me Call Patterns lOc and 15c None higher tFairs Easter Footwear Very important that your Shoes should look tidy on Easter We want tt Befit your foot If style and price are any inducements we are sure to get the job Our line of Ladies and Glens Fooiweai cahiiot be equaled ComV in ria let u- st I show you fDO YOUR EASTER SHOPPING AT- HEADQRARTERS t JW11 Ma MANUFAOTURKS TIm FAMOUS EGYPTIAN CEMENT VAULTS And puts them in the grave The only absolutely perfect vault made It is watertight airtight ver min and wormproof The greatest invention of the age If you desire to lay away the dead in the most satisfactory manner you will certainly demand one of these vaults Manufactured right here in Hart ford BLACK BIRKHEAD Mgrs1 I Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 22 lilnQlsCantrai RailroadTime Table 1b r 4M m a rtkIGUMIL Mo IEenrN- o184 due D U5dm Ne14t I51 m- No19d e s 0mr No101 i 48 m + rnrq OT Seu1 t milt419t 1 NY JW iIr III j 4 f f a I I 0 444 Call at Fairs for lowcut Oxfords etc Beautiful White Goods and Linens are at Fair My What nice Lunches you get at j City Restaurant J New Bella Collars Fancy Braids etc rireiftf Fairs e J ttiewdaysf I 11 I f tluit w1oul4 I1II woodenman Stew x s n l Nice aster alf llose foramen at Fair i h rj tv t 1 t LOU G estlu Silk Lisle thread or IfdatiFnlrstodfd d 4 Pretty line of Easter NeckWear for men 5t Fairs Call at Fairs for late styles In Mens EasterNHats Buy your Easter Suit at Fairs They can please you For new and uptodate merchandise visit Carson C Co Mr Landrutn Smith McHenrycall ed to see Us while In town Tuesday Mrs H A Millers ill at the residence of Mr R H Glllespie Mrs P H Taylor Danville Ky la the guest of Mrs Emma Thomas cityWe Iii have nil colors In yardwide e Taffeta Silks at 100 CARSON coI We want your Chickens Eggs Feathers and Hams CARSON CO Our stock of Groceries IK complete Prices right Orders filled promptly CARSON CO Mrs J A Park returned Wednes day from a two weeks visit In Ow ensboro Fairs line of Wash Goods should appeal to every lady Styles never prettier Fairs display of Millinery cannot be excelled In style Call at once and see them All of the new Ideas In Woolen and Wash Fabrics can befound at Cay I son Cos City Restaurants Steak FlshOys ter and Ham Meals with trimmings are simply fine Mr Rowan Holbrook went to Lou isville Mondayon business return Ing Wednesday If you need a new Hat for Easter visit Miss Lyda Morton the milliner with Carson Co Mr Edgar Goodman of Hardlns burg Ky was here Tuesday prospect Ing for a truck farm The way Fairs Silks and Dress Goods are selling assures them that their prices are right For MAtings Oil Cloth Lace Cur tains Swisses Rugs Carpets Art Squares etc call at Fairs Messrs George Crumes Roslne and A J Christian Friedaland were among our callers Monday Messrs W H Barnes and S AI Anderson are In Calhoun looking ter some abstract work for coal lands It Is surely convenient when you dont feel like cooking to order your Meals from the City Restaurant They are fine House cleaning is now at hand and you will need your Lace Curtainsnew Matting and Carpets For these visit Carson CoIj Tune long looked for uniforms four manian overcoat For Sewing Machine Oil Needles and supplies for all kinds of Machines call on Gross Williams at City RestaurantI Mr S P McDowell has sold his I farm to Mr1 H Thomas and moved to Dundee Mr Thomas moves this new farm this week Miss Marie Austin Beaver Dam j WUIlIamslast Saturday and Sunday Mr Jim McConnellone of the oldest citizens of the Ceralvo neighborhood is quite ill of a paralytic attack and i is not expected to live long Mr M L Heavrin Is erecting two i rooms over his law office on Market Street In order that lie may make j room for the post office on the ground floor A nice cottage which Is being erect ed by Miss Susie May on the lot recently purchased by her from J H Thomas lower Union street will soon be completed Messrs Black Birkhead keep in j their employ an experienced em balmer and funeral director who isj prepared to meet all requirements at any hour 30tf I For Monumental work apply to R A Andersoh agent for the Owensboro Monumental Works Geo Mischel SoOBproprletorB This Is an old and reliable hbseot long standing See MD Anderaoib4He will treat you right purIBlack Birkhead who have chased the AaG Taylor stock of un dertakers goods including the fineI funeralcar have added new caskets attd supplies and are prepared toI furnish same on short ribtice They handle from the r1i pest to the best at most reasonable prices 30tf 1ritt l 1 orvceltr Mrs Thomas Taylor Is still IJ1 at her home on WaHhingtonSt t BowhngIGreenoffice Mr William Coghlll Is erecting a residence on a lot In the Holbrook addition In East Hartford FOR SALE A scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Call on or address TilE REPUBLICAN Leave your laundry at Cleve TIers Promptdeliverydry 46tf AhgeloTexasMr and Mrs R W Barnes near Hartford The fifth Sunday meeting of min associationwillMarch 29 30 and nISubscribe for REPUBLICAN and help your sister I or sweetheart to go to the Jamestown j Exposition free Read particulars in another column j The Hartford and Evansville Packet i We Three is loaded to the guards each trip with freight and It Is likely Cafi Forman may be compelled to se t cure a larger boat Mr Sylvester C Babbitt Fordsvllle paid us a pleasant call while In town Tuesday Mr Babbitt has Just received his commission as Notary Public for Ohio countrIMr Edgar Smith Rcpton Crltten den county Ky was the guest of his brother C E Smith Hartford and parents Mr and Mrs E W Smith Ceralvo the first of the week I Mr Alex Hoover otHeflln lost his barn and contents consisting of 3000 pounds of tobacco 300 bushels ofI corn and a lot of farming implements by fire Thursday of last wee- kWATEDTo borrow 1000 at 6 per cent interest mortgage on real j estate worth twice that amount also personal security Call on or I address A this office 20tfI Sheriff IL 13 Martin returned Monday iron a trip to Dale Ind He was j accompanied back by Muss Luleslai Hodge who will make her home with her aunt Mr Martins mother at I CroniwcAl j lieath visited the home of Mr and I RunlJwighbclaimed their little child Its remains j were interred at Darnells Creek ceni etary Monday Mrs J S Babbitt died lit her home near Dundee March 12 and was led at the Clark burying ground theI nah1bitti For the third time since last November Hartford is now cut oft from the county on the North and West sides by high water The river is falling however and it will be only a few days until the roads will be open again j Leaman Liles of Evansville Ind has moved into a part of E E Crab trees residence on Washington street couu1lIn the employ of the Evansville street car company R C Porter assistant engineer for I the 11 H g R R is visiting In Birmingham Alabama Mr Porter recently received an injury from a fall Iin the local skating rink which has turned out to bo more serious than at first thought it to be heI Capt James 11 DeWeesb and tenant Oscar Midkiff were in Louis vllle several days this week looking after necessary uniforms for the inspection of Co II which will be made j by a United States Army officer April 2nd- Moore I Crabtree have Early Rose and Triumph Seed Potatoes pure Buckwheat Flout Cheese Crackers Macaroni Navy and Kidney Beans togethenwlth n general line of farm together with a general line of fam proIduce Your patronage solicited 3Ft2 IThe nice spring weather of the past IIfewto renew work all along the line of the new railroad except in river bet touts which are still covered with back water The weather for several months has been very discouraging to the workmen on this line but now lit Is hoped the work niay go on wlth consProfL N Gray has Just received and installed someVvery much neededI and useful apparatus for the various rooms in Hartford College The new material consists in charts maps globes dry and liquid measures gee metI1 b t1s etc 1hese aidswill be of inestimable value to the stu dents especially in geography and r IEARRIV IWerefer to the arrivals of our = g SMART SPRINGSUITS = AND OUR p SMART SPRING DRESS GOODS p 1 IThey are herejust landedand = Ive want you to see them The g J more particular you are about a f-V Suit or your Dress the more you Jfc will enjoy looking at our great dis i= play of Spring Oxfords and Shoes = j for Ladies for Men for the Chil iC = dren and for everybody who wears = Ii Shoes or Suits or Dresses Dont a = put off coming but come now = j while you have a chance to get pick aJi and choice 4 2IiPrice 4tC = CARSON Z 2V4INCORPORATED = Hartford Kentucky = a 44et4444 F DBAUGHN- X HEADQUARTERS FOR GENTS I IINo old styles nor sw torn goods ery thing new quality style and Evir J right Nice line of boys Suits in Eton folks wail Buster Brown styles Be sure 0 buyingI CENTER STi mathematics and every grade is provided for The school hoard made order at Prof Grays suggestion and upon his generous offer to pay part of the expenses personally Prof Gray has also had an electric bell arranged to announce the close of recitation hour This will prevent much confusion which has existed heretoforeITown Tax Due Pay your Loan tax at once and avoid the penalty of 6 per cent which goes oh April 1 1907 SETH MOSELEY M T H 1 II Bank of Hartford- Hartford Ky 4000000Surplus 1300000StockholdersLiability 4000000 9300000JTHOMAS JOHN T MOORE ROWAN HOLBROOK t DIRECTORS F df OO OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoO OOO- c I Grippe pr Influenza whichever you like I to call it is one of the most diseases knownaz Scotts Emulsion which is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily di 0 gested form is the greatest strengthbuilder to medical science 1known so easily digested that it sinks intot o making new blood and new fat 0andstrengthening nerves and musclesS b Use Scotts OJ Influenza a 0InvaluableALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND 100 g 0000000000000000000000 GIRL ASKS PERMIT TO WEAR TROUSERS Lots of Reasons She Replies in Answer to Of ficers Why Miss Marie Hunt who admits that she Is twentyfour years of age and says that she Is domiciled at the Chicago Beach hotel recently appro ached Lieut Ryan of Chicago and asked that she be glen permit to wear trousers and other things distinctly masculine Lieut Ryan gazed on Miss Hunt and said Why Oh there are lots of reasons re plied the young woman I work for a high class book concern and have to climb stairs and thlsdndlcatlng a neat tailormade skirt Is very heavy And besides +womens clothes cost more Now this suit I have on cost me r0 and you know that you can get a fine suit for 20 You probably paid less for that suit you have onThe lieutenant who was looking particularly fetching In a new uniform that cost him 55 aside from the stars and gold braid had considerable difficulty In mastering his feelings sufficiently to remember that he was talking to a member of the opposite sexYou are all to the bull on the ex pense question he said and furthermore 1 cant issue any permit to allow you to trot around In pants Per haps the chief of police might do it or maybe Mayor Dunne but so far as I am concerned you may continue to make your rounds In skirts and pay what you please for them Further speech on the part of Miss Hunt could not succeed in nuking the Loot forget tho slur on his new uniform and the maiden went on her way with the sorrowful conviction that she would have to continue her way through lifo with her nether limbs hampered by dresse- sMarriageable Ages A womans prospect of marriage Is distinctly affected by age says McCall Magazine The statistics of all ecu turio show that the great majority of women marry between the ages oi twenty Riul thirty Uefoie reiiehlns twonty a woman huts of coum a chance of matrimony but the objti tluni raised by parents or friends to marriage at n tender age frequently outweigh the desire of the youiK woman to acquire a husband and slid her to defer a wedding day All statistics that have boon gath ered hear out tho statement that a allaoof time marriages take place between twonty and thirty and consequently that a womans chance Increases up to twentyfive and steadily decreases after that age until It reaches the vanishing point homo vhmerc about sixty Out of 1000 married women 119 IUIUI ry before the age of twenty GSO be tween thirty std forty the women In tho thirties having not so good aI chance as the girl in her teens between the age of forty and fifty thet falling off Is enormous only 11 in 1000 contracting an alliance In thatI decade while past fifty the chances still further diminish for the woman who has celebrated the semicentennial of her birth has only 19 chances In 1000 Worlds Greatest Battles Joan of Arcs victory over the Eng lIsh at Orleans A D 1429 The defeat of the Spanish Armada by the English A D HiSS The battle of Lutzen A D 1632 which decided the religious liberties of Germany Gustavus Adolphus was killedThe battle of Blenhefm A D 1704 in which the French and Bavarians under Marsha Tallard were defeated by the English and their allies under MarlboroughThe of Pultowa A D 11091 N r- ri J y in which Charles XII of Sweeden was defeated by the Russians under Peter the Great The victory of the Americans over Burgoyne at Saratoga A D 1777 The battle of Valmy A D 1792 It which an invading army of Prussians Austrians and Hessians under the command of the Duke of Brunswick was defeated by the French under DumourlezOn 21st of October ISOu the great naval battle of Trafalgar wa fought The English under Lord Nel son defeated the French and Span ish It destroyed the hopes of Napo leon as to a successful invasion of England Lord Nelson was killed The battle of Wntterloo 1815 h which the French under Napoleon were defeated by the allied armies o Russia Austria Prussia and England under the Duke of WellingtonI U S Government and Good Roads There is a growing sentiment throughout the country that tho Fed eras government should appropriate to assist in building trunk lines o roads says W L Dickinson Large sums of money have been expended by the national government to Im I prove our waterways encourage the huddling of trunk lines of railroads und to build roads in the Philippines It would seem as if public convenience and even necessity demands that the Federal government should still further assist In the Internal developmen of our country by Improving highways It seems strange that a OUllI try that leads the world In progres j slveness should allow Its roads to getI Into such a deplorable condition is the only civilized country that has neglected Its highways European countries have national systems of roadsthe hest features of which could well be copied by thus country to Its great advantage The different elements favorable to improving our highways should unit and urge favorable action by congress The people of this county mare awak erring to the economic Importance of this great reform which In the near future will become our next national work for internal development It calls for concentrated action and all those interested In this great problem should do everyhlng In their power to aid the movement for better wads to liiHiire the construction of a system of hlshwiys that wilt sleet the real weds of tit ionntry CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho7JSlgiuture of Bought a Farm to Own a Tree All the country knows Elllui Root the lawyer 111111 of affairs stud cab inet minister hut there are Icssknowr ides to hit nuikcup which arc perhaps more inactive of the than him nelfand which nretoomore interest ing for the very reason that they arc less appreciated For instance he is enough of u sentimentalist to have bought a farm that he might own a certain tree Me was horn In Cabinet Hall one time buildings of Hamilton college Xew York where Ills father Oren Root Will a professor In his boyhood years the two used to take long walks together and time and again on their homeward way it vas under a splendid hemlock on Klrkland farms that they found rest The hill top commanded a magnificent view of the Orlskany valley across to the Adirondacks to the north and often the el der of the pedestrians would sayas they started on again 1 wish I owned that tree In the years since there have been many changes at Hamilton and in the country round about but the old hemlock remained untouched and the other day Elihu Root bought Kirkland farm and the tree which he de IIhissai R Do Not Kill the Birds I There are twenty million children I ofIa uablo service the birds are doing for tfs in eating the insects that would destroy our crops Professor Bruner of the Universi ty of Nebraska has estimated that sixteeni sects a day- Within two years after the craze in i stdParis for bird feathers Southern Rus sia was sending to us for supplies on account of the famine resulting from the destruction of bird life It has been estimated that human life would be impossible on this globe In nine years if bird life Were destroy ed An Interesting late figure from of ficial sources that the damage to crops and trees resulting from insects amounts to about 795100000 a year In this country onehalf of which at least could be saved if the birds were properly protected Herald and Presbyter Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thjn dis eased hot or full of humors if you 1hae blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema Itching rising and bumpy skin bone painsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Bfilfn en B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the bloods is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co At lanta Ga B B B is especially ad vised for chronic deepseated casesas it cures after all else fails 3i tt- i IATeachers Value- f What the teacher la counts for much more than what she knows A andItural endovmentssays Caroline BLe Row In the Ladles Home Journal jThe ability to teach implies the pos of an education though nor amount of education alone can make a good teacher While nil teachers must know more than they teach the power to Impart to others Is the 1m portant matter and the ono In which tact of Ingenuity Is absolutely the prime requisite Moreover she could be personally a social Intellectual and moral force In the community The physician and the clergyman have Immense opportunities for this Upllft ing of humanity yet their advantages are small when compared with those of the teacher which are practically unlimited Encouragement mad satis faction in this field of labor never can be dependent upon results for It Is seldom that the teacher is permitted to know what the years of maturity owe to faithful care of the youthful days Ihe teachers time is always one of seedsowing never of harvest eOddCase of Graft The oddest case of graft conies from Cleveland Ohio Some time ago a welldisposed number of phllanthro plsts formed an organization whose purpose was to turn those sulcidally bent from the rash resolve upon them place hope in their lives and save society from an alarmingly developing evil These kindly disposed reformers are now being approached IIH report hats It by Individuals demanding 5 and threatening selfdost wtIon If the same Is not handed over We have heard of holdups where the man tho gun said Money or your withI to have ono approach maul call Money or my own life It au entire ly new experience We run readily see the embarrassment attending these men In their reform as their society Is not capitalized Certainly this Is an entirely novel and unique method of touching ones fellowman or in the vernacular of time street pull Ing his legWestern Christian advo cite What the Next Legislature Should Do Abolish the unnecessary offices created by the last Legislature Reduce the tax rate in proportion to the Increased assessment of property In the last two years Substantial financial aid and State supervision In time construction of turnpike roads Greater liberality In the taxation of foreign capital Invested in the devel opment of Kentuckys resources Abolishment of the farce of registration in cities of the fifth and sixth classesEither the abolishment of the present makeshift of compulsory educa tion or an amendment to make the law effective An act which will put tho lid on Jn Louisville on Sunday and keep it on I Stringent provisions against pool selling on races The abolishment of a lot of unnecessary taxation imposed under thel new revenue law PrOVld1Ingyears vat Y I 1Y sufficient sum to pay for all the sheep killedRepeal of all unnecessary cost in the collection of taxes An abolishment of the law author izing the Governor to appoint special judges and provide that special judges shall be elected by the local bar where the Judge is requtredEllzabethtown NewstIV CaI1ORABetri the- Blgnttnrc of ctBghlBoys Will be Boys- A boy is a boy and as such possess es different characteristics from a girl One cannot train a boy to love dolls and such things without gave danger of making that abomination a sissy sort of a chap of the little fellow All thinking parents realize that there Is no use trying to keep boys away from the water they take to It as naturally as young ducks but it is necessary to teach them to swim Neither Is it wise to try to keep fire arms out of the hands of your sons for as long as fathers and uncles go hunting and as long as soldiers parade the streets boys will manage to carry firearms In imitation of their elders The sane safe and conserva tive way is to impress upon the boys the fact that firearms are deadly wea pons made for the express purpose of killing Teach the lads to fear and respect weapons of all kinds and so to handle firearms that uudera- any circumstances shall the weaponsl loaded or unloaded be pointed at any object 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feel better which encour aged me so much that I continued the medicine until had taken more than dozen bottles I am very much Improved In every warIn body mind and since a special point to recommend the ana I tell II sincere pleasure In knowingt that several persons have fited throueh recommendations A S MELTON Ashvlllc N C Dr Mlles Nervine Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the will benefit If It falls 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 OF a KENTUCKYS GOVERNORS EverFREE FREE The Evening Post hnfor several years endeavored to secure pictures of all Kentucky Kentucky In order to place these pictures In n permanent form they have been arranged In agroup In an uptodate Atlas showing Kentucky with the latest census pictures of SUBSCRIBERSIImonths subscription Understand that these rates are by mail only and that the subscription price by or 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and the last sitting of the executive board was held on Saturday mOrn lpg The next meeting will be held in Louisville In March 1908 The meeting was considered a very pleas ant and successful one in every re herei were were the There was practically no change made in the constitution though several attempts were made to change It and there was considerable discus sion The most important change sug gested was that which would change the method of choosing officers from the present way by referendum to the former way of votes of delegates This defeatellIThe matter of bringing suit against J D Woods former president of the district and now State president of the American Federation of Labor to collect 2003 due the union since he was in autrorlty was discussed A vote was finally passed authorizing the employment of attorneys to col lect the money Many opposed this declaring that Woods got behind be because of his generosity to needy un ion men The committee on resolutions en dorsed the Carriage and Wagon Workers union and promised to have all locals assist them The board will meet at Central City in April for the purpose of installing and obligating the new officers The sobriety and good conduct ofI the miners delegates while here were commented on favorably by many The police officers had no occasion to go about their meeting place or to look after them when on the street The flueny of speech and correctness of language were also favorably com mented on by several who heard them criticallyMany of the delegates returned to their homes on Friday night and the others left on Saturday FOR THE LITTLE ONES A iere tho Fresh Water Fish Live When the Ponds Are Frozen How many of you know what be omes of the fresh water fish when the ponds and streams are frozen A great many of them especially th6 larger ones swim to a deep pool andsink down to the bottom where they stay all through the cold weather If the pond or stream is i- so deep that they do not become chilled they remain active swimming about and taking food all win ter but when the stream is very shallow they hide in sheltered hole moving about very little and taking little or no food Some fish nota bly goldfish and carp are known to live without food for months with sizeIcarp m ity of life and may sure ye after being frozen in a solid bio k of ice But the carp with many oher fish usually burrows in the mud t the bottom of the stream or pod arid is imbedded there all winter in a half torpid condition Brooklyn Eagle To Bore a Hole In Glass Not one boy in ti thousand perhaps ever will have occasion to bore glassIwants to tell about it PrtWon the glass a cake of wet clay and then make through the clay a hole or the desired size laying bare thoI glass at the bottom of the Then pour melted lend into the hole and it will drop through the glass making a smooth round holeI The explanation ist that the suddenI application of heat cracks in a circle exactly the size of theL hole in tile clay and the round piece thus broken away falls out offplaceChicago News Scrap Basket Take five pieces of very stiff card board four pieces for the sides and one piece for the bottom Let the four sides be sixteen and onehalf inches long and ten and onehalftinches wide The bottom squareCovercrape paper designed withsprigs of holly Put about six holes in ea h 9t the sides of tho four sides I 1 i and aliout four holes in the bottom fourholesJoin all the sides together by run ning red ribbon through the sidIopposite each other and put a large rosette in each corner Riddles When is a soldier not half a sol dier When he is in quarters Becausee1852 too Why is a pianist like the warden fingerstheWhy is a proud lady like a music book Because she is full of airs The Watch The cheapness and excellency of the modern watch are due to Amer ican invention and skill Watches were first made early in the sixteenth century but it was a century wa51introwas ma e was considered a special mark of gentility to a watchiTime to Hurry My brother Henry said he seen skyNJls ns mean eyeNshe rode N had a big black cat N whistled shrill n dropped a toad Right down on Henrys hat N Henry hurried homo 1 think I seen that witch las night Astraddle of er broom rightWay I Shucks Mebbo It was clouds I saw Before I up n took A notion for to find my maw I didnt walt to look You bet I hustled homelIi Conundrums When is a girl like a watch chainIIWhen she is a charm doughWhenWhy is a trunk like a kitchen I pantry Because it has a tray in it I I Whats What j The new edition of Whos Who In America contains 16210 names of which number 1603 or nearly 10 per cent are those of natives of I Massachusetts and most of them are still located here Furthermore ninetenths of the Massachu setts names arc those of Bostonians It will thus be seen that this town entitled to rank as What What Boston Herald I Still Left The Milky Way At the Chicago exposition they called their popular entertainment promenade the Midway Plaisance At St Louis they called it The callIcdtown exposition to Warpath Boston Transcript TheI Sleeve Protectors j An easy way to make a pair of j sleeve protectors is with two hand j kerchief The cotton ones at scents apiece will serve the purpose j just as well as the more expensive ones Lay the handkerchief corner wise cut sleeve shape folding the lower point back to make the edgeI whole at the wrist Seam up with a French fell j I Bill Carness Tho father of Mill Carnes was a Republican and so was Hill Hills i county Grant Is some GOO Democratic i and BUI changed his politics Bill wojj for McCreary In the Suite nary until just before the election j He then came out for Beckham He won appointed to try the Hargls cases j Beckham He ruled for the de feiiHe until the Court of Appeals stop him Again he marched into Jacksqn with soldiers Bill is brave took possession of Judge Utddells Riddell says Bill Is a loa j or Bill transferred the cases to Klllott county In the new district where M M Redwinc Is Judge M M Is a brother to D B and was appointed by Gov Bockham Bill Is a IIwillt They are invincible SunSen inel I Abolish the Law I The law that is doing the most harm in Kentucky is that which puts I the exclusive power In the hands of I the Governor of appointing special fIu n 1 r d judges it accomplishes the purposes for which it was designed It enablds a partisan Governor to promote his personal Interest in his own party by bestowing favors This would not be so bad were it not for the fact that the power is used to defeat Justice Every man accused of crime is enti tied to a fair trial To appoint judges to convict in one case and acquit in another is a crime against the whole people to say nothing of the parties accusedThe is far reaching The effect will be to produce more crimes It causes the common people to lose respect for the judges and the courts A man that knows that he will be protected by the authorities feels free to commit any crime On the other hand one who 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KodolDyspepsiCure I D KAUBLE Nevada a Digests What You Eat RtUerei Indlgtitlon Prepared at the Lab oratoryofEODWIteIn SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS WlL C l11rII Ollio CountyCircuit Court TI IMrkhciul fudge lien D ItlnKOAttoriivy OSNIT MliJklff Jiiiier Kd 0 linrniHH Clerk Frank I Ktlli Muntrr Com mln inner Y L Mooelejr Trunte Jurr Fund It It Mnrtlii Sheriff Hartford Df pnty riuerltf 8 A ilrntvlier L I Crowdcr E II Miimin Grant roltiml fourtronvenexflrHt Mon day In March nnd August Iud continues three weekHnnt third Monday In liny and Novumher two week County Court W nTnylor Juilce W H ttorneyllarttOttlmonth MondayInCourt of Claims Convene first Monday In Jan nary Tuesday ufter second Monday ID October Other Officers N Moxley Surveyor Shreve- H W Leach ABne orlob KoyJitmcB UeWeese School Superintendent Hartford Geronie Allen CoronerJlD ruotlce3 CovrtoN llnrrns Heaver Dam March 2t June 23 September 24 December 2- 1WI Miller UorKe Brunch March 26 June 23 September 25 December 25 W 8 Dean Dundee March 27 June 20 Sep temper 2J December 27 W It Edge Fordnvlll Mnrcb 2S June 3 September 27 Decpm bt r 2S US Chamberlain Hsdu March 29 June September 2S December 23 Herbert header Centertown March 30 June 2i September Deeemlier 30 John 11 Mllen Itorkport March 31 June 30 September 30 Uecemben- itIio tiordLZ elleo Courtn R Wedding Judge J S ilenn City Attorney Seth Moxetev Mnmhnl Court convenes second Monday In each month SsVlceaMSunday In each month at II a m end 7pm second Sunday at 7 p moo and fourth Sunday at lilt m nnd 7pm Prayer meetlnprevery Wednesday FrullkIIlIkrllaptlut Church Services held Saturday nigh titfore Micoiid Sunday Sunday nnd Sunday night and fourth Sunday nail Sunday night Prayer meeting every Tliurnday evening Hev A B Gardner pastor CI Church Service Urn Sunday In each month at 11111 nnd 7 plII Rev J D liar ned piiHtor CliriKtliin Iliurrh ScrrleiM over first Sundiiy at II 1110111111 7 p in Hev W It WrleUt IIItllr School TriiHteeH Hartford 0 MCrowe J 8 Glenn Dudley Ford CM llarnett Dr K B IVndlftnn citvfunurllI II Vllllnmn Mayor 0M Crows Clerk It E L Slmmcrman Dr K B IVnilatou A II White Win Fair Win Ucun Dr J W Tiylor Secret Sedation A O U W nets tirnt and third Friday nltflitH In purli inontb Hartford lodce Nofifi ILtc AMu onn Ore Monday night In each month Hartford Tent XO P9 Knight of the Mecca lufH every ThiirHilny night Hough River lodgeNo ltd Knlghtxof 1ythl meetheverv Tmwliiv night Irixton Morton Post NnlG A Uphold I ulnr meetings Soturday Ileforntiret Sunday In eao month PROCURED AND DEFENDEDtSmdmodel rtrawtmc orjJiutof urcxpcrt wjnrcli ana fIt report IIO advln Sow to obtain Iwllts trade 1Ualk copyrights etc IN ALL COUNTRIES tiflncss direr with ttatfilnfftoa tares tlatf money and often II talml ExclusivelyWrito023 With Street opp tWftiJ 8Ut i Patent Oflc WASHINGTON D C Nasal CATARRH In all Its stages there should be clcaailnejg Elys Cream Bal u eleanree soothes and heals the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives away n cold in the Lead quickly Cream Balm is placed Into the nostril spreads over the membrane and U absorbed Relief It Im mudlato and a euro follows It Is not drying does n n produce sneczlnj Large Size CO cents at Drug- glst or by mall Trial Size 10 cent by mall ULV iUMmiEUS SJ Warren Street New York IIJ I r 1BECRHAM AND PEAKE DNCE MIJIEFRI1JS t t Political Enemies to GoveHioPW Jo His Own Party Seem toy i be Falling in Line GtZ Vrhe opposition to Gov Beckham as a party leader Is fast dlsdppear ingV said a prominent Demecratlc politician who ran down from Law renceburg where he Is attending the GalnesWalton libel suit now on trial there to attend the Greater Louisville ExpositionFirst President Roosevelt remov ed a thorn from the Governors side by appointing Senator Joe Blnc burn as n member of the Panama Canal Commission Now Judge Frank Peake one of the rabid nntlBeckhamltes has capitulated The Governor Von him over For years Heckham and Judge Peake have been at outs but last week at Lawrdncelmrg they fell on each others neck and wept It was apparent to all who were witness es that all sins have been forgiven and the two leaders are now as thick as peas In a pod How Jt came about I dont know but I saw Ieckham and Judge Pcake dining together Many funny things happen In the political world Only a few weeks ago Beckbnm was denouncing Judge Peake from the stump He attacked him most viciously and said that his opposition was due to the fact that he Beckham would not approve a claiMof Judge Peakes The Judge was warm under the collar but It Is apparent now that he has his ancient enemy and another 1101 lltlcal feud of long stanrtli p Is atI an end I am wondering now prey Woodson will say when he I learns of the DamonPythias stunt pulled off at the county seat of An derson county It appears now that Woodson Is left almost aloneLou isville Herald SMALLHOUS March O1r Jess Kh tIe return ed Friday from Bowling Green FIn after si few weeks visit to his sister Mesdames Jennie AUrerton Central City and Mary Myers South Carrollton were guests of their sis ter Mrs Mag Wlthrcw Friday ZtloKttrs John Morton and Murray Fulkurson who art attending school at Hartford were the guests of their parents from Friday until Monday Mr S E Hunter attended church at Coral vo Sunday Air Ernest Rlioades Conturtown attended church at Equality Sunday Rev Grant filled his regular ap polnlmont at Equality Sunday Mln Hern Roes Centcrtown Is the 1111tiss lock and Mr L II Overhults went to Central City Saturday Mies Ethel Hunter Miteruiied n few friends Saturday j m Those present were Misses AItha Adding ton Cum Maddox and Monisrs Jess Klrtloy Lewis Fnlkoraon and A Gam moll Mr Clarence Overhults went to Ma Ii lamas Sunday MPBBTS Marlon and Mltchel Hall wont to Owcnsboro Saturday and returned Monday They were guests ofJ ArvllJo Hall and family while there JJornlce Durham is quite sick at the homo of his father Mr John Dur ham JumuR VHhrow returned from a business trip to Drakushoro Satur f dayiMiss Ethel Hunter wont to South CarrcJItnn Monday She was accontl paiilod by her brother S E Hunter Rabbit and Squirrel Our attention has been LaviHorn published in the cerning the rabbit in we stated that It was lawful only to kill them from November 1 to Fcbnwdy L On Investigation wo find that there was an error as to the pe riod in which rabbits may bo killed but a bill was introduced in the last Legislature fixing the time as wo statl ed Jt The bull was not passed howeU cr Ve published a correct statement of the low sometime lust fall which Ju as follows Squirrels and rabbits are protected by the net of March 18 10 M which mopes it unlawful to kill them be twoen September 15 and November 35 Section 1010 Kentucky Statutes I further protects squirrels between FFebruary 1 and June 15 but It Is allowable to kill gray squirrels between tho e dates for the protection of crops Any ono violating these provision arc subject to a flue of from 5 to 25 Notice to Ice Customers Ve wJll as before deliver Ice In ten pound lots but will not put same in refrigerators unless customer takes as much as twenty pounds Less amount will be left at the gate- HARTFORD ICE CO J w EASTER MILLINERY are that new and decid Stylish Ladies Misses and Childrens Spring Millinery Our unusual superb display includes the newest effects the Parisian and New York markets as well as many other popular coneeits from the centers of the country Ease ter the day on which everybody is desirous of wearing something new isonly few days off Are you ready If you are not we are at your service and are ina position to serve you well Our Millinery Department is still in charge of Miss Merrie King whofee years of experiencepleas art demeanor and unquestionable taste place her in position to serve her customers very satis factory manner Our Formal Opening will be Friday and Saturday Marth 223 4 EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED MENSDEPARTMENT Now boys the girls dress up for Easter Put your best foot foremost and show the girls what swell bunch you are Get into oneI Hart Schafner i Marxs Suitsthe finest readytowear in the worlddl one Barnes speinI Suits There is nothing better for the price Also get new Spring Shirt Necktie Shoes and halfhose Prepare yourself to he happy on Easter We extend to you hearty welcome and an invitation to cone to our stores and see our new Spring Merchandise which is uptodate in every re pect We for is f 1 jr Tr trg March 20Rev 13 F Jenkins of Owensboro filled his appointment at Uaptlst church hero last Satur ay and Sunday 1v C Overhults of Smallhous wa he guest of friends here Sunday- J P Tlchenor went to Beaver Dam last Saturday on business Kverly Bros of Point Pleasant hav ought FJ Jenneys stock of good- cud will continue business at this 0 Coffman and Coffman went to Evansville last Sunday on businessMollls Tichenor will go to Jam tomorrow to visit relatives Miss Glennie Boyd who has been rocs sick Is some hotter J C Bennetts sale last Thursday ivas attended Owen Brown and Miss Iva Taylor who atending school at Hartford spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents here Prof A E Carter left last Monday for Calhoun to teach class In vocal i t u j T Ui 3i I t i tf x W e ready with all is J rt y in 1 II of n st3ltle a a in a a of of a a J e c f Johnio Beaver are a music IIe will bo gone two weeKs Nut Lindley and wife were called to McHenry last Saturday to attend Mrs T J Everly is oh the sick list this week I Sunday School will be reorganized to attend 1Miss Mabel Tlchenor Is atlves In Hartford this Jf A New Stable I have recently rented what is known as the Casebier liy ery 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 Have none except first class horses I have ordered a new and date out a- f f tiIi 4 IIWith Easter a few days distant the timeH is ripe for the selection of ShirtwaistsI and Skirts for the of this and gala day We are ready with all that is new and stylisji in Skirts and made as well as materials from which can be made Silks in plaids checks and stripe woolens in fan cy mohairs Panamas volleys in fact an adequate cannot be giyen in this ve therefore in person as suring you of notJ 11 T f- MOTHERSYou know we never forget the and what are show itig them correct in every detail BROSI oj- I J MATANZAS duceI largely edly slsterIfSundays IlrstsVISltlrtrr Livery Burton guaranteed houghRiver i33tf SKIRTS AND WAISTS only readymade enjoyment triumphant Waistsready they description advertisement inviteyou youibOYfi HERBERT I March l9C W Phillips wife and son of Whltesvllle visited their daughter Mrs Emma Miller Sunday Mrs Catherine Brock and son Ira have moved back from Owensboro Ube Burdett and Henry Mllligan are at home after several weeks on the jury at Hartford Allison Haynes and wits have mov ed back into the neighborhood from Reynolds Station MlssOra Hashes of this place and Mr John Belle of Thruston surprised their friends greatly by going to Owensboro and getting married the eleventh of this month Miss Maggie Chambers Is very sick with tonsllltis 1 Ame Skinner who has been sick for some time is slightly better Henry Milligan and wife visited relatives in Whitesville yesterday Miss Carrie Ewen of Pellvllle Is the guest of Miss Bee Miller Miss Bee Miller goes to Whitesville today to learn the millinery business R M Miller lost a nice watch yes V rrMisses MyrtlVvBur 1oCrt it 7 4 1lI- Irrl deny Batter filler and Sallle Ford visited Miss Carrie Ewen of Pellvllle Saturday night George Mllligan Owensboro was the guest of relatives here this week lJ H B I NotesjMiss Florence par ents at Drakesboro Saturday and Sunday V i i Mr Emo Jones and sister Miss fromschooVthisness t MIs VeraIajfkInft and Mr Gros see Williams were absent tluiifirst of the week on account of sickness Miss Minnie Mclntlre has resumed her studies this week and will be ready In a short time for a position Mr Evans Calais completed Double Entry Bookkeeping this week having kept the most accurate fit of books that has been kept so far He vwlll take up the study of Banking In a short time- Attorney Brn s VViDpdward gave the school some Very tt fulI Mructlphs Tuesday afternoon on tJiejgubJect o tjllag WeptQreiy t nkftilti td Mr jt il Wf of I 1 i J r h r k rTI- 4MES aI C BENNETT H 10110 133 Hertford Ky LICENSED UCTIONEER property ble Your patronage solicited Woodward for his discourse on Sjis subject v MISS ea VIctora Brackln Clara Wells WhitttughiliMary Watson werolll= I t 11 Notice y schoolcensus w respectivedistricts the chairman of any district by April dhanme RespectfullyJ fJ 1 CS t 4 J FIN H i rCf