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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r cr Kyti t 1 c r f J w f ta t- rI fr e Y ftpubIic t1 tI FrrieJ bWorkI DEVOTED TO TILE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year fVOLXI HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 29 1907 Nor 37 NONE MiTFARMERS FOR FARMERS UNIONS I Strong Plea For Restricted Mem o t Ibersnip in All Farmers- Organizations In our former communications we have never mentioned the necesity of organization The farmer like every other branch of trade must keep up with the tlmesand now let me Impress this fact on your mind that there is but few branches of trade that is worth being called business that is not organized Now my comrads can you afford to stand forth and thfak yourselves buglemen I can tellxou that you are making a mistake The world is dependingon you and you should be able to protect your Interests at all times How can you do this with out being organized All markets are governed by supply and demand And now my comrad how do you expect to keep yourself posted without being organized I think I have heard some one say we are organ ized There let me ask you another question but you dont have to an swer It Does your organization meet the requirements of the farmer on the most Judicial and economical lines Is It for the good of the great est number or Is it feeding the trusts combines and monopolies And Is It furnishing fat Jobs to parties who are not farmers nor never was Let me say you will not find the above evils In the Farmers coOperative union The first thought should be for any organization to protect Itself and members Il has been a lifelong saying that the big fish Is always trying to swallow the small one and we the farmersthlnk we have brains enough to manage our affairs without taking in one who Is not a farmer This was the downfall of the Grangers and Wheelers Could the farmers get In a druggist association I say no nor can a farmer be a member of the Bar Association Therefore the coOpera- tive union does not admit themor anyone else who Is not a farmer The farmers Interests are Identical and the time will come when all will see Itthe world over We have seen the rise and fallof many organizations and the fall In every case was caused by mem bers whose Interests were not identi cal with the order to which they be longed Our constitution and by laws are yet Imperfect In one place It says farm laborerswhen It should say farm renters A farm laborer may work on the farm this year and next year he will go to the railroad to work or to some other place Sometimes It Is hard enough to control the crop of the renter as the most of them think they must sell as soon as their crop will do to put on the market then the union must look after them The finance Committee is put after those fellows We have just received a letter from Centertown asking for a copy of by laws and constitution Still they come and there are hundreds who can see that the farmers must have something better and cheaper Now we hope you will take the Hartford papers and keep posted about the cooperative uiiion For information about the union ad dress S C Babbitt Fordsvlller Ky R B D No 1 box 161hls Is going to be the year to raise tobacco The de nand will be good Dont put out to much S C BABBITT Miss Juliana Massie Dead Miss Juliana Massieone of the most highly respected ladles of the Hells Run neighborhood passed away Mon day morning t6 oclock of consumption after a lingering lllhessitof sever al months She was a charitabandg- ood woman and will be greatly miss ed in her vicinity The funeral ser vices took place Tuesday at eleven av in at Bells Run Baptist church and interment In the Bells Run burying ground Mpblenburgs New Court Mouser I The building committee for the new courthouse last week closed a contract for a clock and hell for the new courthouse fAfter figuring with several prominent makers the contract was awarded to the E Howard Watch and Clock PO Realizing the universal wish for a firstclass article a high grade clock waR purchased The dial will be 8 feet In diameter and the hell will weigh sdmetjblnB Aver 1000 pounds twill require aboni sixty days for the company to makei sbipmentr but thee j clock will be here in time to bo placed beforefthe building is entirely corn tr1r A 011 r it J r t 0 pleted The tower and clock will be the showpiece of the whole building Cost Is 1600 The crew of plasterers arrlved Mon day and are at work on the court house The men are now rushing the work and there are busy times about court square Central City Republican Resolutions of Respect Whereas In view of tile loss our brother OW Ashby has sustained by the loss of his wife and our friend Katie Duncan Ashby and of the still heavier loss sustained by those who were nearest and dearest to herthere fore be It- Resolved That It is but a just trib ute to the memory of the departed to say that in regretting her removal from our midst we mourn for one who was in every way worthy pf our respect and regard Resolved That we sincerely condole with our brother and thee family of the deceased on the dispensation with which it has pleasd Divine Providence to afflict them and commend them for consolation to Him who orders all things for the best and whose chas tisements are meant in mercy Resolved That the heartfelt sympa thy of this Lodge be extended to the husband our brother and his family in their affllctipn Resolved That these resolutions be spread upon the records of the Lodge and a copy thereof be transmitted to our brotherand to the newspapers of the county GEO BRUNTON EVERETT HERRELL WILL SMITH Committee Beacon Lodge No 273 I 00 F McHenry r GRASS SEED SOWN OVER PLANT BEDS TIn Eastern Part of Daviess Coun tyAlso in Hancock County The destruction of plant beds by the sowing of grass seeds on them Is reported from Scythia in the north eastern portion of Daviess county a few miles from the Hancock county line says the Oweisboro Messenger So far only three persons have reported damage They are Albert Mc Camish Will Rowland and George Adams The fact that grass seed had been sown on the plant beds was discover ed shortly after the degradations were committed The seeds had not sprouted and were plainly visible on top of the ground It wriS impossi ble however to remove them and the tobacco plants will be ruined unless the grass can be pulled out when it comes up The men whose plant beds were sown with grass seeds are not members of the organized tobacco grow ers There is no clue to the Identi ty of the persons who perpetrated the outrageAcross the Hancock county line similar depradations have been com mitted The work In Hancock county was done several days before that In Daviess the grass having already come up Most of the damage in Hancock county is in the Chambers neighborhood a few miles frOm the Daviess County line The principal sufferers are Ed Terrill Tom Glbbs W Gibbs dnd Buener Bros As is the case In Daviess county all of the per sons whose plant beds were damaged are independent growers that is to say theyare not members of the American Society of Equity This Is the first Instance of the use of unlawful means In connection with the tobacco situation in Daviess or In Hancock county In fact such Occurrences have generally been qutslde of the territory of the A S of E Mrs Gray Dead Mrs Elizabeth Gray died at the residence of her riephew Mr Ben D Ringo at Owensboro at 13Q p in Luesdayof old age She had been con fined to her bed only three weeks She was born in Trimble county in 1820 and was therefore eightysix ears of age She had been a devoted member of the Methodist church for seventy years and was an excellent hrlslian woman Her husband who was William Gray of Cromwell died many Years ago and no children su- rviher She has madeher home wit- MrIfingo for litany years Her rehialite were iifterred at Liber tYlnthepresene ota large assem ilage of friends and relatives WeQnes nay r I- IJ y wY y- t I ti w POGAHONTAS HOSPITAL JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION I WOULD BUILD EQUITY PRODUCE WAREHOUSE Prominent Equity Man Urges the Neceslty of Such an Enterprise Bro farmers how long will we con tinue to sell farm produce for checks How long will we neglect to label our products with the union label How long will we continue to peddle produce from house to house and visit a dozen houses to find a customer who Is In need of our products How long will we agree to take from 25 to 30 percent less for home grown products than the same socalled Northern pro ducts bring on the same market when the only real difference In the two consists In the way they have been graded and placed upon the market One Is thrown at the merchants feet without being graded sorted washed or otherwise fitted for market and thrown upon the market without any regard of the demands of the mar ket Today the market Is overcrowd ed Ten days from now the customer will have to seek othe narkets to supply his wants or go without until we take another fit of marketing and loading down our pockets with worth less tin money which Is worse than worthless to us anywhere else except at the merchants door where we un load The other Is gathered together by business men pooledln suitable ware houses and cold storage rooms placed along side of the railroad track and held In stock or pooleduntil there is a demand tor It and then shipped out at a moments warning at a price of 3t to Jhritore than we get for the same products Tlie difference In the profits In the two methods Is enormous The latter pays a handsome profit while the for mer barely pays the cyst of production We do the work whlxj the other fel low does the business Our families often do without the necessities of life and our children go without edu cation on account of our unbuslness like way of placing our produce on the marketHow long will present condition continue witlriifl Just so long as we remain out of business with our products Did you ever know of a liter chant banker lawyer doctor blacksmith planing mill flour mill or another branch of business on the face of the earth that could do business without a business house to do business In We can never get our pro ducts together neither can we sort gradelabel and price our products in the condition that our trade demands until we have built a farmers pro duce house centrallyjocated among our best customers who number frOm three to four thousand or more In Ohio county besides quite a number of hotels boarding houses and town po ple and farmers who are customers of farm products other than the onesI they raise themselves v IN SOCIETY 3UNCAftSTROUD 1 Mrs Sarah Cs Duncan and Mr B N Stroud were united in marriage at time residence Of Mr Gv D Heflinnear entertpwn Thursday of last week t bothtare prominent personages of tlje residencer 3RAJIERFREEMAN On Wednesday evening at Louisville i I j II f 3 raj lo orl i rr t Miss Mary Elizabeth freeman the handsome daughter of Capt and Mrs J K Freeman of Central City was united In marriage to Mr C W Cm mer a prominent young business man of that city They will reside at Lou isvillei r ItOGERS RICE i Miss Florence Rice and Mr J L Rogers were united in marriage at the home of the brides parents at Green ville Ky Wednesday The bride Is one of Greenvilles most beautiful and popular ladles Mr Rogers is a prom inent attorney of Muhlenburg having served two terms as County Attorney He Is a brother of Messrs Fon and Lon Rogers who were formerly edi tors of The Republican F rrrLOWETICHENOR On Thursday afternoon of last week at the home of the brides parents at Beaver Dam Mr R B Lowe was united in marriage to Miss Iva Tich- enoYThe bride Is the daughter of Mrand Mrs J A Tlchenor and Is one of Beaver Dams most popular and handsome ladles The groom Is a prominent citizen of Bowling Green and Is In the employe of the govern ment as railway mall clerk They will make their home In Bowling Green rrr VOODVARDBARXARD i Mr Wayne Woodward of Beaver Dam and Miss Jessie Barnard of Ce ralvo were married at the residence of Mr A L Williams of Central City last Sunday afternoon at 130 oclock Rev T L Crandall officiated After the ceremony the bride and groom left for their future home In heaver Dam The bride Is the daughter of Mrs Druzilla Barnard of Ccralvo and Is quite popular with her many friends Mr Woodward is an enterprising young business man of Beaver Dam I rrrWEDNESDAY FLINCH The Ladles Social Club was enter lamed most delightfully by Miss Margaret Gunther last Wednesday after noon The parlors were beautifully decorated with palms and other potted plants Six games of progressive flinch were played Mrs A S Yewell being the lucky winner of every game The tallies were hand printed in water- colorsI Some of them were Easter 111- i ies while others were in the shape of Easter eggs with rabbits palmed up on thorn Delightful and dainty rev freshnlents were served after which mlnature baskets with tiny chickens perched upon them were given as fir vors Miss Willie Smith charmingly presided at the punch bowl The la dles present to enjoy this meeting were Mesdames R D Walker W S Tinsley R E Lee Slmmerman F L Felix EB Pandleton Hooker Williams A S Yewell W H Barnes Rowan Holbrook ErE Blrkhead J C Berry J S Glenn Misses Ida Lews Lizzie Miller Maggie Marks Lettle Marks Hattie Barnett Mattie Sanderfur Mary Smith Willie Smith Emma Park I II Notice Blanks for the taking the school census of the county have been mail ed to the chairmen of the respective districts Should they tall to reach the chairman of any district by April lhe isdirectd to take the census on any kind of blank paper and notify me RespectfullyV C Sr ut Notice to Ice Customers We wiU as before deliver ice in ten joundflots 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 I FOUND GIRL AFTER LONG SEARCH Child Kidnapped Two Years Ago in Columbus Restored to Mother and Loved Ones Lexington Ky March 25After two yearn In the care of strangers Mary McClelland a sixyearold girl has been restored to her relatives The child disappeared from her home In Columbus Ohio two years ago She had been playing In the street and when she failed to return her parents Instituted a search A clew was found which Indicated that she had been kidnapped but all trace of her abductors was finally lost A few months ago a man named Conley appeared at Lee City Wolf countythls State and left a child with a family named Nichols Mr W E Wise took a liking to the child and to him she Imparted the Information that she did not belong to Nichols and that her parents lived at Columbus Dr Wise wrote to the mayor of Columbuswith the result that the parents of the girl were located Thomas McClelland of Lexington 0 uncle of Mary imme diately started for Lee City and iden tified her as his lost niece The fath er of the little one died shortly after she was lost Mr McClelland passed through here today with the child for her home FOR THE BUSY READER The Fusion committee of 100 rais ed S000 in thirty minutes at the Galt House In a meeting held for that pur poseto send the Louisville contested election cases to the Court of Appeals S Victoria Lodge Knights of Pythias of Earllngton hasdonated 50 to the Jamestown Exposition fund as a special tribute to John B Atklnsonpresl dent of the Kentucky commission 5 Representative Scott of Kansasjust back front a trip to the isthmus says the men on the canal work think It will be completed within seven years and at a less expense than Is now generally estimated rrrAfter a strenuous campaign In which charges and countercharges were made by the wets and drys the election at Lebanon Tuesday result ed In a victory for the drys by a majority of GO rar Riley Jones an aged man who Is blind tried to end his life at Paducah while supporting himself by holding to the fence in the garden He hack ed his throat with a barlow knifebut may recover t r + Attorney General Bonaparte will ar gue the employers liability case in the Supreme Court Monday week One other Judge besides Judge Evans has declared the statute unconstitutional- but several others have upheld it rrrIn his joy at hearing of a commuta tion of his death sentence Red Dan lels leaped In the air in his cell in the Hattiesburg Miss jail striking his head against bars at the top He was rendered unconscious by the shock 5 A uflW rUilnu under tho pure food and drug act is sold to threaten the business of those selling oiimaod hot and morphine cures by mall as it requires all medicines to plainly state the quantity of those articles contain ed therein rrrThe total exports of meats dairy products and food animals from the United States last year aggregated over 250000000 in value according to a statement Issued by the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Com merce and Labor 5 Lawrenceburg voted In favor of open saloons the wets winning by a majority of seventythree votes A movement has been started to ask the County Judge to call an election In the whole county when It Is hoped that time saloons rrr may be closed I Six persons were killed and seven een Injured some ofwhom will die tn a headon collision between a special train earning students from an intercollegiate track meet and an outbound liniitedIn the city limits of Los Angeles All of tho dead were students e rrrAdmiral George Dewey will move ru from the house In Washington which was presented to him by the people of the United States because Mrs Dewey desires to live closer to the home of her mother Rush orders have been Issued for repairs to the house former ly occupied by Mrs Dewey 5 A good strike ol in the Logan county field which has been repeatedly tested for the last several months has caused renewed Interest In oil in Kentucky The quality Is as goodas any which has been found In any sec tion and opens up an entirely nest field for possible development SFLECT March 2ilr and Mrs J W OBannon of Hartford visited Mrs Obannons parents Mr and Mrs B W Stewart of this place Tuesday and Wednesday Farmers are about done sowing oats in this neighborhood- Mr T C Hosey who Is working on the government boat at Woodbury was at home Saturday and Sunday Elder Theo Willis of Shrewsbury filled his appointment at the Christian Church at this place last Saturday and Sunday JlcklistMr Charlie Crabb of near this place Is 111 at this writing- M LIge Jackson of Cromwell was in town last Saturday taking pictures Misses Dale and Sally Norman wore the guests of Miss Loretta Hosey last Saturday night J K Thomasson of Evansvllle was here one day last week on business Gus Rock of Louisville was hero on business Tuesda- yCHLOROFORMED DOG AND SET BROKEN LEG Animal Was Put on Operating Table lAnd Physician Set And Splintered Limb It Is very seldom that a physlian In the county is called into consultation over a dog by its owner when the animal has a broken leg It is usually killed the owner thinking that he has done a good deed by relieving it of Intense agony But such was not the case Saturday afternoon at Whltesville says the Owensbore MessengerA terrier belonging to the village blacksmith I D Ware en gaged In a fight with a large shep herd dog and the terriess hind log was broken by the teeth of time big dog One of the best physicians was Immediately called to attend the dog He chloroformed the animal and put him on the operating table find as though he was a human his injurled leg was set and splinted After tho dog came out of the stupor he was able to hop around PERFUMESARE tothe wellmannered toilet but you must select the right kind You cant trust to luck =good taste taboos indiscriminate selection n Our Perfumes add to the natural charm by imparting that bewitching fragrance so delicate that it cannot be deciphered giving an individual atmosphere of culture James H Williams The ii3 Snare J r4 4- J k A A I j FREAK HOSPlTALlTY IN SOCIAL WflRLDI Ricli Americans Squander Fortunes on Enfertainment Guests of Honor as Well as Costumes Disgusting to Ordinary Men If there is any limit to the ecce- istrlclties of hospitality it must sure cite would think have been reache- in some of the freak banquets re Gently given across the Atlantic Sometime ago Mrs Abram Hewitt wife of an exMayor of New York gave a highly novel party to a number of her ultrafashionable friends Each guest appeared in baby clothe the ladles in short skirtswith their hair in pigtails and the men beard less and wearing patched breeches All carried dolls slates and sponges and reciting their lessons to Mr W K Vanderbilt and Mrs Coudert who figured as schoolmaster and schoolmistress respectively while the pro ceedings vere further enlivened by a chorus of professional singers dressed as monks and nuns Mr Romaine Peirson a wellknown American clubman celebrated the tenth anniversary of his divorce by a dinner to 24 of his friends at the Beach Hotel Chicago The Invitations to the feast were ornamented with designs representing broken hearts the principal toast was Heres tom motherinlaw Heaven may bless her but I dont insist and the place of hpnor was occupied by a gentleman whose furniture had been seized by his former wife a few days earlier An eccentric feast was given re cently by Mr Frank G Dalsito of Brooklyn to the doctors and nurses who had attended him during and after a serious operation The wines were drunk out of medicine bottles the tables were decorated with an tiseptic lint and the ices were served in the form of human skulls For originality however it would be difficult to beat the supper party given a few weeks ago by Mrs Fisker Griffin at her hone in a fashionable suburb of Chicago Ten of the leading members of Chicago society es corted a bird or an animal to the sup per table the guests Including a gui nea pig a white pig a rooster a rab bit a dove a parrot a Hjard a ter rier neat and n squirrel the pig having the honor of being escorted by the hostess herself Covers were laid for 20 and each fourfooted or feathered guest was served with its own pet delicacies the rabbit with lettuoe the lizzard with flies the cat with u live mouse on so on On a very different order was the dinner given by Mr Andrew Carnegie at the Stevens Institute New York not long ago at which the appointments were as far as possible fash ioned to represent the processes and appliances used In a steel factory Thus the centerpiece was a minature blast furnace four feet high around the edge of which ran a railway 40 feet long IiitHimd of molten metal however the furnace poured out hot punch into small cars which conveyed it over the line to the different guests A small model of a Bessemer furnacu similarly dispensed pastry while the bread was shaped like loco motives and the ice cream like rail way Host a pony banquet given by Mr Harvey S ladew at Glen CoveLong Islandthe guests of honor were two ponies which had won the principal prizes at the Piping Hock Horse Show The fourfooted guests were installed in two horse boxes draped in silk and ombowqrud in roses and between them Hat the host at the head of a horseshoe table at which 40 mere human guests were seated Dinner was wrved to tho ladles gentlemen and ponies together the latter feast lug on oats carrots and other delica des drinking water front goldhooped wooden palls At another banquet in honor of the prize Pomeranian the canine guests were seated on high chairs and fed by butler with veal cutlets sausages chocolates aiicl ice ream with a lib oral slice each of a birthday cake which might have graced a royal table f r A Touch That Heals Is the touch of Bucklins Arnica Salve Its the happiest combination of Ar- nica flowers and healing balsams ev er compounded No matter how old the sore or ulcer is this Salve will cure it For burns scalds cuts wounds or piles its an absolute cure Guaranteed by all druggists 25c The Mother and Her Girl Do not be unduly disturbed dear mother at the dawning of a day al most sure to come in your experience I with your girls advises Mrs SangstEr in Womans Home Companion forIApril If they have strong 4 A 7L r ters If they are able to stand on tie1i own feet they will reach a static where th6 train they take may lea them away from you Girls have sat to me with a shade of sadness thaj they regretted that they must sometimes make decisions of which the h mothers did not approve One of Un temptations to which we fallible mot ers are liable is that of ignoring thE obvious fact that grownup daughter nearly grown arc not babies any longs and are not to be compelled to yie a their individuality to ours There arE crises in young lives and the onl thing for a mother to do having gin en such counsel as sho thinks best i to leave her daughters entirely free t Enordmous ter may follow interference in the mi ngement of other peoples lives and although daughters are part of you own existence yet you cannot trea1 them as if you were an autocrat Give your daughters room for individual expansion and liberty of choice A cross and peevish child is no natural There is something wrong Usually its the stomach Use Ca casweet and put the stomach right and the sunshine will return to the babys face Cascasweet is best for babies and children 50 doses 25 cents Sold by all druggists m THE POOLING LAW IS QUESTIONED Judge Chelf Decides That Farmers Pooling Law Destroys Ear lier Law Against Pooling IThe Elizabethtown News says A demurrer was sustained by Judge Chelf in the Circuit Court to the in dictment against the International Harvester company charging them with forming a pool to regulate prices in violation of the Kentucky statutes an offense for which the penally Is fixed at from 2000 to 5000 One ground of the demurrer was that the general assembly of 1906 passed an act allowing the farmers to pool their crops This was a virtual repudiation of so much of the former statute which forbids all pools The two taken together from a sort of class legislation contrary to the fourteenth amendment of the consti tution of the United States In sus taining the demurrer Judge Chelf followed an opinion of Justice Jno M Harlan of the United States Supreme Court rendered In a imillar case Thus it is that the General Assembly in trying to help the farmers made bad matters worse Because of the act passed in 190G monopolies and companies may pool at their pleas ure The effect of the late act is to practically annul the law against pooling In this State according to Judge Chelf which is an unfortunate situation A Humane Appeal A humane citizen of Richmond Ind Mr U D Williams 107 West Main 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 up to the proprietors recom mendation Itsavesmore lives than all other throat and lung remedies put together Used as a coughand cold cure the world over Cures asthma bronchitis croup whooping cough quinsy hoarseness and ph thisic stops hemorrhages of the u ngs and builds them up Guaran teed at all druggists drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle free m Easter Sing birds the Easter morn Is near O April skies bond blue and clear Let sunshine bathe the world in light And make its darkest corners bright Bring from the woodlands budding shade The first spring beauties of the glade and let the Easter Hllles bloom Above the darkness of the tomb Let the sweet Easter anthems rise In waves of gladness to the skies Till hearts long bowed with grief and painUBe lifted on triumphant strain The risen Christ draws still more near With every swiftly passing year And soon His Kinkdom shall have como In every land beneath the sun When no discordant note of pain Shall mar the Easters joyous strain Then Easter bells ring soft and clear Blest Easter Anthems fill tho air The Lord of life enfoldeth all Our sleeping ones who at His call Shall sometime wake to life once mote When tho long night of death is oer O A M Ze OXI IABean theTie Kind You Haw Always Bit6Jguture ot s- n I POOR OLD MIE I t CAUSED WAR Between Honduras and Mica raffua BepublJcans s Mule Was Taken by the Cavalry Efforts to Have it Re turned Futile f lOne mulea mule belonging to the Senor Ireno Salgado was the chie object of dispute between Nicaragua and Honduras when they began th thatIpeace offts bIre ceived in Washington The controversy began when Senor Augusto C Coello Honduran minis ter for foreign affairs wrote a note toSenor Jose D Gomezthe Nicara guan minister of foreign affalraon Jan 26 protesting against the theft of a mule from Ireno Salgado by thirtyfive Nicaraguan cavalrymen who were charged with entering Hon duran territory- In reply Senor Gomez said the Nic araguans did not quite enter Honduras although they passed near to the little town of Los Manos In that Re public The taking of the mule was not denied but Senor Gomez insisted Iln his letter that Salgado was not a Honduran cltizenbut a Nicaraguan who had to leave that country be cause of the part he played in a revolution two years before Conse quently Nicaragua maintained Hon duras had no right to fly to the de fense of Salgados mule This note brought a spirited reply from Honduras announcing that Ire no Salgado the Nicaraguan refugee was living in Tegucigalpa happily engaged In trade there while a man by the same name a most reputable and respected farmer a Honduran of unquestioned citizenship lived at Los Manos and owned the much mooted mule Nicaragua replied it was true that Colonel Juan I Rocha who commanded the party of cavalrymen took a mule near Los Manos but reiterated that the animal was not taken on Honduran territory The dispatches grew longer as the controversy waxed warmer Other questions arose Then an arbitration tribunal was opened and finally the break came when President Zenaya of Nicaragua withdrew his memberIof the board of arbitration between Honduras and Nicaragua actually i began Little globules of sunshine that i drives the clouds away DeWitts Little Early Risers will scatter the gloom of sickheadache and biliousness i They do not gripe or sicken Recommended and sold here by all druggists mI What is Womans RewardIWe have noticed that carneIgleroism none have been awarded to women say nothing of the ordinary woman Are women less brave than men True the ordinary woman may be afraid of a mpuse but her record I for true heroism and bravery will cOIn pare favorably with a man i She may not jump in front of a run away team to stop it or to rescue a burnIIngIn this community who have exhibit I ed more true heroism than any man wearing the Carnegie badge of honor for bravery Many a soldier who bravely stood at his post of duty for two or three years during our Civil war is cover ed with badges We would not take one from him he merits them but many an ordinary woman has stood at her post of duty for thirty forty and oven ahaf century fighting rwlth sickness discour Zaiagement jand courage kept the wolf from the1 door and sav ed the lives of a large family of chit dren i The man who save one life receives a prize for bravery his nlcture ap pearS in the metropolitan papers and ho wears a medal which says to the world he was brave And he was l u the woman who has saved the lives i of many is given no badge and sel dom over a word pt commendation I The husband of the ordinary wom an has not the gift at making money He works hard Gut is a poor manager I1lsIdqor good wife sews cooks mends for the man who does not give Oneeforteach of her children Gethsemane of woman only to go through that slavery of motherhood which the woman endures who is too poor to hire competent nurses For years and years she never knew what it was to have a single nights unbrok en sleep The smallhours of the morn ing found her walking the floor with i a sick babeor putting water to thirsty little lins There was no rest fori her day or night There was always a child in her arms or clinging to her skirts Oftener than not she was sick and nerve worn and weary almost to death but never failed to rally to the call of motheras a good sol i dler always rallies to his battle cry I Nobody called her bravo and yet when one of the children came down with malignant diphtheria she braved death one hundred times in bending over the little sufferer without one thought of danger and when the little i ono was laid away under the sodshe- who had loved most was the first to- gather herself together and take up- i the burden of life for the others I These ordinary women may not re ceive a Carnegie badge for bravery sparrowsIkingdom the brightest joweled crowns in his I NIGHT RIDERS ARE SNOWING HAND AGAIN I Tobacco Beds of NonAssociation I Growers Sown With SeediPlant bed destruction Instances of which were of such frequent occur againIwith grass seed says a Hopkinsville dispatch Three of the outrages occurred near Gracey The plant beds of YoR Fourqueen and YoF Coxwho live in this county and Hazeklah Malone through whose place passes the line between Trigg and Christian coun tieshaving thus been tampered with The worst reports came from the southeastern portion of Trigg county where it is said that for a distance of about ten miles reaching from Roar Ing Spring to Saline creek practically every nonassociation member has been visited and his plant bed sowed with grass seed and some of the as sociation members have likewise suf fered Among those in this region whose plant beds were visited were S H Moseley Jack Lum and Sid Han sock and Albert Ledford and his share croppers Mr Ledford is a member of the as sociation but his croppers are not The grass seed sprout and grow much faster than the tobacco and thus choke out the plants on which the farmer is dependent for his crop Jn some Instances the farmer has re burned his plant bed and will reset thom but most of them will attempt- to keep the grass pulled out by ha- ndOATOZl2 v I U Bear thehis Kind You Hate Always Bought Slgll tUft yIPpI Brings Best Results- An exchange says a small merchant 0 t I 17 The The keyforeverycRaracter The straisbtUnekeyboard The The v fat Atchison Kansas asked one of the successful business men of tM town why he threw away so much money advertising The successful merchant replied I advertise be cause I am not aslmlmed of my goods or work Because I cater to the en telllgcnt class and they rend the news papers and I believe in Increasing totmore people through the newspaper greater distance in less time and at than in anya more reasonable price other way Because newspaper adver tising har brought greater results for the least expenditure of any advertis ing done lOW CASTOR I A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of ESTATEIf dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us Note These Ninety acres of land on Rough river near Clear Run 3 bottom land Good new four room house with large hall and veranda New barn and nice young orchard Two neverfailing wells A 90 acre farm half river bottom 30 acres timber J miles from Green river 15 miles from Paradise 4 miles from Echols 5 miles from Rockport 8 miles from McHenry Has good five room dwelling barn 50x50 plenty of water small orchard price 900- Splendid two story dwelling with seven rooms new two wide halls on Union Street Hartford situated on lot i 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 con sisdngof 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good 1allbarn a at a bargain h 402 acres near White Run adjacent to the I C R RH half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished oh application Splendid twostory dwelling in on Washington street only one square from Court House and new depot site t 100 acres 1 mile f om the Court- House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn andoutbuildings four wells price reasonable term easy any further information fur nished on application A farmer of 120 acres on the Rochester and Rockport road two miles North of Rochester 75 acres Green river bottoms rest good hill 45 acres in fine shape for cultivation this year rest well kept Good dwelling and out buildings all kinds of fruit and one of the best water ed places in the county 200 acres of fine farming landat 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 cornerFredrica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain The S4 acre tract of land recent ly purchased by J H Hickman of Owensboro from the trustee of H C Powers situated in the Concord neighborhood five miles east of Hartford IList your property with us We will find a buye- rBARNRTT 4 Republican Office Hartford Ky The New Oil Stove 5LI seofNEW PERFECTION Wick Flame Oil CookStow saves ml expense and lessens the work Producesa strong working flame instantly Flame always resultswithoutsizes dealers Every stove warranted If not at circular wrIte our nearest agency for descriptive TIR RyO Lamp is the beat lamp for all rouad houtehoid Perfectly Made of throughout and nkkded pea safe unexcelledpower an ornament to any room ctwriteSTANDARD L OH COMPANY You can this ad twentyfive and a trueX I nonshifting complete keyboard rockshait constructed REAL Bargains Tviewrier orOglesSyfarm goodorchard SOT1 Blue constructedabsolutely read ways each is the most noiseless tisis the most easily learned is the most durable j THESrITH I CO821P1nes lnc f l oJ J l d s- I 13 i Ark Yr y it 1l TOBACCO DEPT S NEW SECRETARY SB Lee of Owensboro Suc seeds C Hayes Taylor Outlook Brjght and Whole Coun try Is Becoming Interested In pur tobacco Handling S B Lee has been named as sec retary of the National Tobacco Grow ers department of the A S of E to succeed C Hayes Taylor who recentlj resigned to accept a better position In Washington City The selection was to have been made at the national board meeting held at Central City on Saturday March 16 but there was not a quorum present and no definite action was taken Later all the mem bers of the board were communicated with and the selection was made The new secretary has been in the A S of E since it started In thii county and he has been active in dif ferent capacities of grader salesman c since the pooling plan was adopt ed here He Is therefore well prepared to fulfill the duties of the office In an interview following his re ceiving notice of his selection Mr Lee sold I did not ask for the place In fact I proposed the name of an other for It and tried to have him elected but the board asked me to re sign so that I might be elected to the office and I have no doubt the mem hers think I am the man for the place I accepted the office expecting to give all the people the best service pos sible I have had some experience that will be an aid to me However I shall be embarrassed by severs circumstances but especially by the fact that I am following one of the best secretaries any organization could have and then I am coming Into theII office at a time when the Is not only empty but the depart ment in debt 500 However I believe firmly In the future of the A S of E and es pecially after we sell the 1906 crop of tobacco I am sure the department will be In good condition to care well for my successor We havo been running alone with only one the Green river district well organized and sup porting the office and from that dis trict only one payment has been made of onefourth per cent of amount of sales which goes to make up the de partmental revenue That payment came from Beaver Dam and amounted to 3485 Now the Burley district Is organized the stemming district is in line and the Western part of the State in which Organizer L N Robertson is at work and we soon hope to have a new district composed of Grayson Warren Edmonson Butler and other counties organized and lending its support to this office From this view It will be seen that Kentucky Is now in good shape and will be better con ditionFrom every tobacco section of the United States Inquiries are coming in asking for information The growers everywhere are looking to the Ken tucky A S of E for the best meth od of handling and selling their crop- I have special pride in the Green lllver district because we have work ed out the pooling problem most suc cessfully here I have just completed n tabulation of all the pooled tobacco farmers of the county He Is proud of to state the exact number of pounds pooled I vlll say It is from thirty to forty per cent greater than the amount pooled last year You should be very careful of your bowe Is 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 The Home Builders Periodical literature on tho impor tant subject of building the home has hereto neglected one essential detail In fact the fundamental point of the whole subject selecting the site The April number of the Womans Home Companion supplies this missing de tail in this shape of a comprehensive article by Henry Harrison Lewis Mr Lewis believes that experience in land seeking suggests the following rules for use In choosing land for home bull dingAccessibility or distance from place of business nearness of supplies title schoolsprlvacy water supply and drainage neighborhood view of out look tire protection and Insurance protection from storm and floodtoxes probable rise In price of land Of these the most important thing after satisfying oneself of the availa bility of a site is the title The ques tion of schools is one appealing direct 1 tY c J j1 Jr 1 f That our American rorcsts abound fn plants which possess the mOst valuable medicinal virtues is abundantly attested by scores of the most eminent modlca writers and teachers O Even tho untu tared Indians had discovered tho usefulness of many native plants before the advent of the white race This Informa tion imparted freely to the whites led the latter to continuo Investigations untl today wq havo a rich assortment of mos valuable American medicinal roots 4 Dr Pierce believes that our American forests a din moat Taluable medicinal root fot thecuTs f most obstinate and fatal du e It wo wcMd properly lnveat ate them an of this conviction be Vol with prl 11urtemtnrntn 1 tINA P erat hy kiIflnT u ti 1 c nhcove n7 j rr tnm nh inner iiver nvvn mjj till uu d blooc cleanser o lens yapep tit ot indigestion Torpld ver fnnctlona and even ralruUr and other affoctlont o the heart yield to Its curative action Tin relies achy It cures these and many other affections Is clearly shown In a little boos of extracts from the standard medical works which is milled free to any address by Dr B V Pierce of Buffalo N Y to all sending request for the same O ONot lei marvelous In the unparalleled cures It Is constantly making of womans many peculiar affections weaknesses and dlstisln dertncements Is Dr Pierce Fa mite rescrlp to as1 Is amply attests bytbousa s t testlrapnlals con tributed by eful pa who hare beer cre belt CijIT h l f dole r ncna n per o tt u art des tliJU n e- c r b r a En leer n o n k n eat m et alter many other advertised medicines am physicians had failed y O O Both the above mentioned medicines an wholly mado up from the glyeerie extracts o native medicinal roots T e processes em plo td In their manufacture were orlalna with Dr Pierce and they are carried on b skilled chemists and pharmacists with th aid of apparatus and appliances speclall designed and fur this Hot medicines are entirely tree from alcohol an all other harmful haliltformlng drugs 1 full list of their Ingredients la printed oi each bottlowrapper to to the parents Mr Lewis suggest as a matter of precaution that the homo seeker should look up the school board and make inquiries concernin the fitness of its members for the positions An efficient school board is almost Invariably proof of goo school equipment Health In the Canal Zone The high wages paid make it a mighty temptation to our artisans to join the force of skilled workmen CaIby the fear of fevers and malaria It is the knowing onesthose who have used Electric Bitters who gc there without this fear well knowing they are safe from malarious influence with Electric Bitters on hand Cures blood poison too biliousnesss weakness and all stomach liver am kidney troubles Guaranteed by all druggists 50c m CUMBERLAND TELE PHONE COMPANY LOST High Court Dismisses The Ap teal Taken in Owens boro Case The Court of Appeals last Frlda dismissed the appeal in the case of the Rural Home and Cumberland Tele phone companies against the Harrl or K I relephone company the fa mous Davless county case This Is the third and probablytlu final step In the telephone war whist opened a few weeks since when the Kentucky and Indiana company awoke to the fact that the operators souls not connect subscribers with the Ru ral Home exchangesAn investigation showed that the lines had been sever ed and the Rural Home connected with the Cumberland Manager New man Blrk of the Rural Home then announced that an arrangement hat been made between the newly allies companies The next step was are straining order issued by the Circus Court and later made permanent es topping the Rural Home from severing its connection with the K and 1 exchange and also enjoining the Cumberland company from making the new connection and also ordering 4 thent to restore the severed connections These orders were partially com plied with but another arrangement was made by which connection was still maintained in part Tho K and I company next went into court and moved that the Rural Home be ruled for contempt and punished for the contempt In not having obeyed the order of the court The motion was sustained but the defendant was given three days In which to file a written response setting forth that the orders had been fully complied with Insteai of making this responso an appeolVa asked for but was denied Attorney Finn for tho defendant then took the case to the Court of Appeals where the appeal was dismissed For weak kidneys aqd lame back use DeWitts Kidney and Bladder Pills Best for lumbago rheuma ticm bladder and other troubles arising from bad blood They cleanse the kidneys and clear the system Indorsed and sold by all druggists m a- i r t i BURTON FREED WILL EDIT PAPER Former United States Senator Finishes Prison Term i Declares He Has no Thougfli of Revenge on Enemies I Charity For All Joseph Ralph Burton who until bls conviction in the Federal Court eVer al months ago was Uuited States Senator from Kansas was last Friday released from the county jail at Ironton Missouri having completed his sentence of six months imposed when he was found guilty of violating Federal statute by appear- Ing before a governmental departmen as the paid representative of an alleg ed getrlchqulck concern of StI Louis The fine which has not been paid will be held over him as a civil judgment On leaving the jail Burton gave out the following signed state ment This is the first signed statement I have made for publication since tits day I was Indicted The impression has gone out that I propose to live fOl revenge This is a mistake I have no such purpose Thos wrongs don to me are the wrongs of others Vengeance Is thought to be noble only by the ignoble Vengeance Is mine saith the Lord is the philosophy to which I have always subscribed in the past and to which I shall adhere in the future- I nm a thousand times more solicitous that I shall not wrong another tln I nm concerned about the wrongs others have done or may do to me In saying this however I do not pretend to have more than two cheeks Nor do I think it Is wrong to rebuke hypocrisy I return to my home at Albllene brimful of life and hope Only my body has been in Jail My mind has been at all times free sustained with the knowledge that I am innocent I shall take up my lifes work with malice toward none and charity foi all I shall talk and write With pin and tongue I shall stand for politics and principles that I believe will niaki for the general good and oppose suet as I think are bad It is bad politics that make bad men and bad govern ment while true policies make good men and good government My filth shall be against measures rather that against men I shall have charge of a newspa per unless there is a fraud order Is sued against it before I can arrange for Its publication It will reflect m ideas It is to be one of the agencies in the work I hope to do I shall tall when I am not writingand shall write when I am not talking The history of my case already prepared will ap pear in serial form first in the pa per This story will not be sensational it will be truthful Interwoven with the history and a necessary part of II will be a discussion of certain condi tions in our legislative administrative and judicial government that have escaped the attention of the average cit izenI will not go further Into my case nor my plans and purposes Time first t statement will be made on Saturday evening to my home peoplethen there will be more to followJ BURTON Accompanied by MrsBurton and hit I niece Miss Dorothy Mitchell Burton departed for St Louis en route for Abilene Ka- nCatarrh Cannot be Cured with Local Applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Catarrh is a blood or constitutiona disease and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on theblood 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 composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces the perfect combination of the twc ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials freeo F J CHENEY Co Props To lhdo0Ft f- I e Sold by all Druggists 75c oTake Halls Family Pills for eon stipation m Good Advice We cannot all be rich under press ent conditions but we can all bar ring accident of misfortune achieve a competence The best way to start for that end Is to begin to save something now For the man or woman on a small income to lay by anything at all the savings bank of fers the best chance The first doi lat is the hardest one to save When t- lti I r- I 1 1 S IW i oJ T 1 t 4 you get that half of the second will be waiting to bear It company It is the history of most fortunes In this country that they all came from a few hundred dollars saves I little by little nickles dimes and dollars Just as you can start your little hoard Once get a small sum I ahead you can save by taking ad vantage of opportunities that preI sent themselves to every one Ready money will always buy more and cheaper than credit antI bargain must be picked up when they can be had After your first fifty or a hun dred is where you can reach it when it will be useful you will find that the second comes far easier and in a few months or a year or two you I suddenlyIor other misfortune Every working boy or girl every housewife or man of family should have a saving bank account The winds of March have no terror to the user of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve It quickly heals chapped ant cracked skin Good too for boils anti burnsand undoubtedly the best re lief for Piles Sold here by all drug gists m BIG FEET ARE- WORTH I SOMETHING I Hopkinsville Man Wins Shoes No 16 on Double E Last OfferI by Manufacturer Ied Ilth his six fret eight inches ol and his 275 pounds avoirdu pois John SealKent has long enjoyed the distinction of being the largest man In this end of Kenlucky but recently ho has added to his laurels in this respect by demonstrating that he also possesses the largest feet any wluiv In this region says a Hop klnville dispatch Through their local agents a shoe manufacturing company offered a handsome pair of patent leather shoes sizes sixteen on a double 12 last to the man whose feet thor would fit Scores of bigfooted people tried the I shOts but none of them ronltl wear the enormous skates Finally Mr Seargent heard of the offer and tried on the shoes timid they were found to be a perfect fit Tho manufacturers wore advised of the fact and they have notified their agent to present the shoes to MrSear gent They stated In their letter that they had been making this offer for a year past and that this was the first Instance where a foot big enough tc lit the shoes had bees found The manufacturers also instructed their agent to have a photograph of Mr Seargent and the slices made and send to themtogether with full information regarding the giant They intend tc use the picture in widely advertising the occurrence Mr SeargeHt Is one of the leading farmersof the county He is proud of his great size and Jealously defends his title as the prize big man by measuring up with anyone who dares dispute his claim and in every in stance so far he has come off victor In 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 suda bis cuits and doctors prescriptions I could not digest anything I ate then I picked up one of your Almanacs and it happened to be my lifesaver I bought 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 sold here by all druggists m A Sad Mistake- It is told that a charming Miss not ong time since went into a drug store end asked how to take a dose of cas- tor oil without tasting it The clerk asked if she would like to have a glass of soda and she said she would with thanks After she drank it she was asked if she tasted the castor oil Heavens No Did you put It In the soda Yes was the reply Oh Lord I wanted It for my mother site remarked as she took a hot toot for home ILost and FoundI Lost between 930 p m yesterday 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 Nqw Life Pills the guaranteed cure for biliousness malaria andjaundice 25c C1ORlABoars You Have Always Bought SIgD iheQJrI J PM t n mmm m rouxn no similating fccFood t1Hi b s311dBo Promotes DigeatioRCheerfur ness andBestContains neither niJtumMorpaine nor MiDeral OT NARCOTIC A oraadJIs mDwR dad AMt wMrt JRonWormsConvulsions Feverish t ness and Loss OF SLEEP ij Facsimile Signature orINEW YORK r l EXACT CQBV OJ WRAPPER J CASTORIA For Infant and Children The Kind You Have Alway a ghtf Bears t Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA TIt OrIfTAU O HY NEW YOIt CITY u OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek wensborolnquirer 175I i THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 I Address all orders to i THE REPUBLIC- ANI I I 8II T COLLINS Z WAYNE GRIFFINlbl mWhen in Louisville M STOP A- TSeriiiiiig M tit s i EUROPEAN HOTEL i iiiIIm B9 a tgQ 4g BQa BLACK BIRKHEAD UNDI3RTAKI3RSWe including the fine funeral car and have added new Caskets arid Supplies to suit any occasion We keep in our employ an experi enced embalmer and funeral director and can moet any requirement at any hour We invite ycur custom 1 BLACK BIRKHEAD tassf ra sstrrra I l sEW YGH i ford r RepuiBear 1T- I pwd by the Hartford inblUbtngComtia 1 Ixcorroag cn 0111 H4KNETT EditorC K SMITH f maotsepso =rcS OlDblan 340 Iaouah 2U 732FRIDAY MARCH 29 ANNOUNCEMENTS we ire anthorlied to announce S A ANDI SONS of west Hartford 1reclnct a candldf e or Ilcpretentatlve in the General Assembly from thlethe 26th district inbject to the salon of the Republican party We are anthorlied to announce W WPAnK ot the Beda Precinct a candidate for ReprHtn tatlretn the General Assembly from thIsthe2G district abJect to the action of the llepnbllc partyExaminethelabelonyour paper If t Is not correct notify us In Senator Burtons case it would be best to let actions speak louder than words The great divergency of oplnlt among insanity experts leads one to doubt whether half of them are sane Who ever heard of anyone being smart enough to live up to the repu tatlon given him by his parentswhe a baby A good sized shadow fell across Governor Beckhams Senatorial lath when the Court of Appeals set asld the legislative gerrymander Mr Bryan is still sounding the praises of President Roosevelt It would be awful on him if they should be rival candidates next year If the army officers in charge of the Panama Canal will put up the sign No visitors allowed we imagine the work will be greatly facilitated Spooner resigned from the Senate in order that he might practice hit profession and make money Bailey continues in the Senate practices hit profession and makes money Judge James Hargis expressed himself as satisfied to be tried in Elliott county news item This Is probably the first time he has given out this bit of Information since he told Judge Corns where to transfer the trial to That was good advice which the CourierJournal gave the Democrats I of Louisville when it said next time let them win at the polls It was discussing the recent election of the City Democratic ticket by Judges Mil ler and Kirby The Democratic press of Kentuck is making a determined effort to noun canIdldatethe Republicans should make their own nomination after careful prayerful and deliberate thoughtIBecause a kind lowed the sun to dry UIthe11ud to some extent dont suffer your enthu siasm for good roads to ooze out at your finger tips Remember the same conditions will prevail in a few short months with the usual loss to your business unless something Is done during the summer If we are not mistaken the Court of Appeals will help the lower court to get a better Idea of how to right a wrong when the Louisville contested election cases reach that tribunal Judges Miller and Kirby in their opin ion claim to have found the elections rotton as It could be but not rot ten enough to disturb No one who reads that opinion can fall to ho im pressed with the idea that there was really no election held It was a roar ing farce from start to finish It begins to look as though the day of the political trlckers and the debaucher of elections has gone in this country The recent opinion by the Court of Appeals in the gerryman der cases and the strong words by trial Judges In their opinion in the Louisville contest cases against the methods heretofore used in that city to thwart the will of the people furnish a gleam of hope that a day of political righteousness Is in sight even in Kentucky Hasten the time when every voter may cast an untrammeled vote with an absolute certainty that it will be counted as cast and when the poorest citizen may run for office without the expenditure of a dollar in campaign funds Then Indeed will government for the people and by the people he a reality ht this coun try J In another column will be found a statement of the financial condition of Ohio county at the end of the year 19DG furnished by a committee ap pointed by the Fiscal Court for that purpose This report should have been given to the public sometime ago but the committee has been delayed In getting the facts together We arc glad to see that the present Fiscal qtr f 1 11 s Kis Court is disposed iSf take the public into lts confidence The people 1Ike to know how their flriancles are be ling managedaud in this instance the showing is one very creditable to who are in charge of our fiscal at fairs A balance of 701115 on tire rightside of the Jedger Is a goodrec ord for the first year of our present Fiscal Court This too in face of the fact that a large amount has been ex on new levees bridges and to relnWce and save the Hartfprd an Iieaxtll7ttin pJke We I are glad that no charge of night raldTni has ever been made against thefS of k In Ohio county Wheth of true or false these accusations InJ Jure the pause for which the order was instituted We do not know that any member of the society has titer been guilty of depredaUoi s 1as burning warehouses destroy- Ing plant beds etc as has been charged in other counties We do know however that violence of this sort would so surely hurt the order that its enemies might be tempted to do these things with the purpose of hav- Ing them laid at the door of the A S of E to disgrace it in the eyes of the public Nothing would please the enr mles of equity so much as to haVe Its members branded before the world as- a set of law breakers and revolutioi Istsof the anarchist type It is a matter of special pride that we public that in Ohio county the strongest equity county in the world no chard af lawlessness or even threat of violence has ever been charged against the order For the best interests of a noble set of honest men striving to better their condition with malic toward none and charity for all let 10 horsh lines mar our pathway to certain victory r Among tbe Lodges Hartford Lodge No 67o F A M will have work in all threevdegree ntxt Monday afternoon and night Sup Iler willbe served at the hall The members are all enthusiastic ove prospects of the new hall see Rough River No 110 K of P had nn interesting session last Tuesda tIght with an old time attendance of- the members A nice lunch was served by the committee composed of Knights J C Her Roscoe Render and amey E Duke Addresses were matt iy Knights E M Woodward J B Wilson and E W Ford Some splendid vocal music was furnished by the lof P quartette composed of Knight Pirtle Griffin Birkhead and Walker Among the interesting contribution for the good of the order was a brief history of Rough River lodge reparedby Keeper of Records and ealC M Crowe Following area few extracts from the paper read bj Knight Crowe which will be of Inter- Est to many of our readers Rough RIver Lodge No 110 Knights of Py thlas was instituted at Hartford Ky on April 19 1894 by Grand Chancellor A D Rogers of Hopklnsville after which the following officers ware duly elected and installed C C E D Guffy V C A B Baird Prelate Jo B Rogers M of WJ PMcKln ey K of H S B D Ringo M oI F C L Field M of E W H Griffin M A S T Barnett I G A M Barnett and 0 G C L Hard wick The charter members were A B Baird E D Gully C L Field S T Barnett Jo B Rogers Ii D Ringo W H Griffin C L Hardwick J 6 cKlnney John B Birr A M Barnett and W A Gibson The lodge has hud presiding officers in order as fol Jows E D Guffy B D Ringo W Gibson E W Ford J S Glenn C 1 Crowe J B Wilson W H Barnes J R Pirtle Jno T Moore Shelby nylon T J Morton A C Taylor S A Afllel SatS T BarnettW S Tins Ie y R E L Slnimerman John G Keown E M Woodward Jas H Wll Hamil Jas T Sanderfur R T Collins and Col C M Barnett our pres ent Chancellor Commander lid who waK the first Pact chancellor of Rough Hlvcl Lodge No 110 All of whom cept your humble servant were aud- are faithful and efficient presiding officers The first petitions for member shill were received on May 12 1894 from W M Fair John P Morton and James A Smith They were elected and Initiated Into the rank of Page ay 19 1894 the rank of Esquire was inferred on them May 10 1894 and- tho rank of Knight June 2 1894 SllIc- tho institution of the lodge the following persons have been admitted to membership either by petition or ansfer card W M Fair John P Morton Jas A Smith C M BarneU U C Barnett W R Bon nm J B Perryman J W Liiderfur R L Eads I H TeefJno Wilson Shelby Taylor O P Keown O W Ford E L Bulllngton A T mdrum C 11 Crowe A F Stanley J R Pirtle J S Glenn S A Anderson D M hacker J Allen Anderson W H Barnes W S Williams T H Jack Sam B Bishop J G Keown 1 H Benton W W KingA S Ben nett S L Fulkerson Silas Newton A C Taylor T J Morton Oscar sliop John T Moore D F GlmX- HerrelJoeZ Smith Jas P Thomas yr t W a jNelsonC Dell Neal Duncan Z H Bhul11 R O Walker W D Moore It T C9lUnsH Hanktns C R Fie d Ernest Woodward U S CarsonC V Nowlln Sam Bach Z wnne1tlt fin R- llama E L Slmmermanv J M DeWeese James J Sa derfur E E Birkhead C E itnll Arch Lewis Samuel S Cox John V Taylor J W Cantrill Chester Keow W T Miller Geo Lewis S fc iler EG Barrass W R Carson L C Goerlng Oscar Mldklff JH Thomas T S Marks Berry L Taylc Ramey EDulte and Rosco Ret der making a total of elghtys and together with the 12 Charter members makes a grand total of 98 Deatb has claimed six of those whose names appear on the roster as follows W R Bonner W W King James A Smith W A Gibson John PlIorton and Samuel S Cox Others have demitted and the membership now stands at 60 i J Notice All persons having pooled tobacc at Beda Ky 1905 crop will pleas meet J W Cooper at Beda Kyyo Saturday March 30 1907 bringing their receipts and receive payment In full JOHN P FOSTER Chmp Finance Com BEDA March 2iLast Monday little Mis Amelia May Barnett the daughter of Mr Morris Barnett celebrated the 4th anniversary of her birth day with a nice dinner Quite a number of little girls were present and enjoyed thc day fine Miss Clara Webb spent Sunday with Miss May Mills Those on the sick list are Mr Rich and Ward and Mrs John Barnett James McCormick of Vashlngtor neighborhood delivered a load of tobacco here Monday A W Mills purchased tow hogs Monday Sam Ellis took a load of tobacco to Livermore Wednesday- Mr Wayne Woodwardne ar hereand iliss Jessie Barnard of Ceralvo were harried last Sunday in Central City MrsFleetwood Ward and Miss Stella Ward spent Sunday at Mr Rafe Crab rees of Washington neighborhood Notice 1o Miners and Farmers We ask of ou not to buy wagons of buggies rom the HIckmanEbbert company ol Jwensboro Ky until they recognize the union and employ union men Done by order of the local- JOHN WILSON Recording Secretary Echols local No C78 U M W of A tf Notice to Members of Co HI Mayor John C Tillson 4th U S ifantry and Marlon Parentasslstant Adjutant General will inspect Co H- 3rd Infantry at Hartford on Tuesday April 21907 at 8 oclock p m The Inspection will be In Field Service Uniform lthakl equipped In march IlIg order Every article must be put In order to stand the most rigid In fection at once In conformity with general orders No 2 every man will be fined five dollars for absence from this Inspect 1011 JAMES M DeWEESE Capt 3rd Infantry K N G Marrage License Ivy Mlllstrap McHenry age 22 to laudle Pendley McHenry age 16 Payne W Woodward Render age 25 t Jessie Barnard Ceralvo age 20 G C Bennett Hartford age 22 to Cliffie tevcns Hartford age 20 j Ed Curtis eralvo age 29 to Dorcle Hcfln Ce ilvo age 15 Leslie Renfrow Horse ranch age 19 to Lula Bailey Horse ranch age 14 C W Daniel Olaton nge 60 to Ora Hunt Olaton ago 22 FOR THE LITTLE ONES I Alion the Fresh Water Fish Live When the Ponds Are Frozen How tinny of you know what be Dines of the fresh water fishwhen the ponds and streams are frozen A great manyof them especially the larger ones swim to a deep pool and sink down to the bottom where hey stay all through the cold weather If the pond or stream is JO deep that they do not become hilled they remain active sVim ming about and taking food allwin tel but when the stream is very shallow they hide in sheltered holes loving about very little and taking little or no food Some fish nota blj goldfish l1dCllrPJarc known to- live without without decrease in si c- rhe carp especially has great tenacity of life and may survive after being frozen in a solid block of ice But the carp with many other fish sually burrows in trio mud at the bottom of thee stream or pond and I is imbedded there all winter iniI half torpid condition Brooklyn I able 7 i j f r i 1 1 t Tc FiANCiAI CONDITION OE OHIO COUNT Report of Special Cpramttt Showing Receipts and Ex penditures For 1906 TO THE PUBLIC W the committee appointed at tht- January 1907 term of the Ohio Flee l Court to ascertain and report the flo nanclal condition of Ohio county at the close of the year I906submlt the1 following to wit- RESOURCES FOR YEAR l066 By amount collected by the Sheriff of Ohio countyand received by the County Treasurer from all sources39rC5 By amount of claims on tax book and paid out by Sher- Iff of Ohio county during the year 1906 2276 Total h 41S42 TOTAL EXPENDITURES FOR 190G To warrants drawn on County Judge orders special work I 766Ki To allowances by Fiscal 1 Court 19146- To amounts appropriated and 1 expended by Road andrBridge Commissioners TliS p ntfotalWhich deducted from tlicin j i 4184213 q n 1 above amount leaves a balance over aluP H above expenses to be paint r jJk on the county indebtedness 79lVA I INDEBTEDNESS OF COUNTl PRib R TO 190C To deficit January 1 1906ras shown by report of c6ni tmissioners M L Heavrln and S K Cox4i824educting the above amount 791115 leaves the tttjstanding indebtedness of the county at the beginning of the present yeari62711 There are outstanding contracts for 2 ron and steel bridges aggregating 2 500 less the cost of abutments of one ridge which we are unable to Hive wing to the Incpmpletion of sane To Include the pntraccts for the the ridges and abutments above mention ed the outstanding obligations of Ohli count on January i 1907 were jf roximately 2000000 In this report ye donpt 9nr4fr any claims for services rcnorcor nythlng furnisjiqd and0n county af tel January 1 1907 tifsburse tent we were compelled to take Jan ary 8 1907 that being date of Treasurers report Respectfully submitted March 24th 907I W B TAYLOR W S TINSLEY Committee A S of E County Union The Ohio County Union American Society of Equity will convene at the- Court House next Friday April 5th- nnd remain in session two days Many Locals have failed as yet to forward thclr county dues Please arrange tout your local In good standing by = ndlng In the amount by your secretary or your delegation to the county union C M BARNETT Secretary Co Union ROXEY March 27Rev Crowe filled his ointment at Hickory church Sunday find Sunday night Miss Mabel Porter is visiting her UUllt Mrs Ada Barnes of Beaver Dam Cortls Raloy of Broadway visited his parents near Manda last week HC Porter went to Beaver Dam lesdayon business Mrs Llnnie James visited relatives near Cromwell last week Mr Martin Porter visited relatives Ileal Cromwell Saturday night a- ndDoes Your Heart Beat Yes lOOiOOO times each day Do sh send out good bloo- doftad blood You know for good is good health bad blood bad health And you kripw precisely what to take for bad blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years One frequent cause of bad blood It a sluggish leer conitlpatlon Poisonous nbitancoi are then absorbed into the blood Keep the towels open with 7erll- lIl1A d8 by J 0 Ajar Co Lowell Mal iAlto mtaufocturert o- fJ HAIR VIGOR lIe sOUB CURB PECTORAL We have DO teoretil Wa pnbllab the formula of all our mdJobl f f j ot r iic U t 01 X I d o f 4 f dahnitA eo t frt I rrts f1UfU t lhIRsacii if i Rew nl1 1 1 11t rt1 J IJJIII dtI t rrr 1 tl 1VIf 1 RiiiIIIti ll JutJ OUII oy f dJjI IISt 1 matrem aaiuuu Ioi ht 1 ait1HlC J1 h PiJ 1 udr 20 A I b- nV fA 1 hat will not irritate or q A p 7r 7 formance ofits natural iltlUi ay4Jagrcp it i ffhlJW J taxuda ingl alatr 4n11 1edi t cgntrlbutes solar j elyowar 3aoles me nourishing d Areeab llaodas Roylaktng Powder iaig4 q inlcIJIt1tanla43 JI t kMfJt14Rtp dmnrrB7S tlM71J lpwdrs active ngre lolrtnn tt17Jvj- 7of 4itJJFJ b 1 wtirJL6wAt uJ I ln m Tartar is the J ff 9 iL V t eHrtc he fruit products dJser makes the food finer lighter more appe rriizngr Uitii intiiiivspeptic a friend to the W t1 ttt ndi6dd healthH i r t nw Imitation Baking Powders Contain Alum uTIte use of alum and salts of alumina in t food should be PROHIBITED The con stant use of alum compounds exerts a deleterious effect upon the digestive organs and an irritation of the internal organs after absorption r EDWARD S WOOD M D Professor of Chemistry BostonaOvALBAKINQ POWDER CO NEw YORK 7 r Sunday rSearpy Herrel wife Iald little son verthegoestaof Mrs Manda Sor re SundaMa StewartItpdher parr- eats ll1r and Mrs R U Taylor last4 I I weekS T Leachs son who has been ill for sometime is no better Soy and Albert Raines of Rosine attended church at this place Sun daynlght 10 I Ie t ttIl 1 u ht = Ifi TILtERS IVF THE SOIL F bitIfiCii bit g WILLIAMS MILLER = 49 bit 4For anything they need on the farm They bit 43 Plows of1tll kinds and makes Disc = 1R Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and = 41 walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makesund b tfiJ In Addition = JJ We have the bet equipped shop in Ohio county = 4 44 fitted with the latest improved machinery and ap b f H pliances and besides all kinds of general Blacksmith = j ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other i 4q shops cannot do at all Everything at very moder JJ = ate prices 41 t4wILLIA t MILLERfiBEAVER DAM KENTUCKY bI bit fi Spring Spring E i Spring= It brings to our mind that we need a new Suit or perhaps only a t i new pair of trousers to make us feel that we are keeping pacer with bit fi nature your wardrobe in harmony with the season If It is bit 14incomplete conic to fill g 9 9PANTIORIUM41fiOn display there you will find a complete line ot 9all the different bweaves Over 400 jIl numberofbit 14 Isfactlon we give Samples tn the piece containiniyards giving ybu a correct Idea how bIt up1Q49 bit PANTIORIOMq U tfi PEARL D TWEEDELL JbIt49 bit WWW bit aSi- r J j Kr 0 L I f J r t 1 y 1p i rt u E PREjAE I if l S FOR k i i f iL i t7ElAA sTERI Our Annual Spring Opening is over Ther 1 many1 compliments received from those who visited us assures us4of the fact that we have the corI i tlii rect ideas for spring as well as the lowest possible s7prices We invite you to ma yourY rplace for SPRING HOPPI W positively guarantee you COURTEOUS TREATMENT 1S SQUARE DEALING AND LOW PRICES i t Fairs Easter Belts Etc A beautiful line of Belts Collars and Fancy 4 Npvelties including Purses Long and Short 3 S Gloves ljjo place can there be found a more up S C todate assortment We invite y inspection 4 before buying W em t Fairs Easter Silks 4 4icOur line of Dress Goods Silks and Trimmings JiI 4 be excelled We absolutely guarantee them to be late in style correct in price Why lP not come direct to usf Painstaking sales ladies Z Fashionable Magazines for your inspection Mc- Z Call Patterns lOc and 15c None higher t tf tFairsEaster Footwear 4 4Very important that your Shoes should look fytu 4sF tidy on Easter We want to fit your foot If itstyle and price are any inducements we are sure 75 rt to get the job Our line of Ladies and liens y Footwear cannot be equaled ein and let us S show y2u Y r w T 4 DO YOUR EASTER tSHOPPIN6 AT tHEADORARTERS Ji Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 29 illinois Central RailroadTime Table North Rputitl- No South lionnil r 132 due 605 am No 121 duell31 am Nol22ilneH30p m No101 due 24S p rut I No 102 due 248 pm No131dne3ain- My What nice Lunches you get at City Restaurant Buy your long Gloves for Easter at Fairs Plenty of Val Laces Irisertlonsetc at Fairs The very newest in Millinery al ways at Fairs Fairs new Fans are here Get your pick first Ice Cream Sherbet and cold drinks at City Restaurant Mrs B J Hudson city was a pleas I ant caller Wednesday Buy your Easter Headgear at Fairs They are headquarters f4t Mr Norval Brown McHenry called I to see us last Saturday Call at Fairs and see the new Belts Collars Hand Bags Etc Mr H C Wright Magan was a pleasant caller while in town lIonday Shingles avid odd size Windows and Doors a speciaky HARTFORD MILL COa Retail price on Flour very low r Best Patent 440per barrel Family Flour300 HARTFQRD MILL CO Trade in FairsV Basement and save y money Ever t li1g6dand 10c nothlpg higher Mr CB Howard of the North t Hartffordyneighborhood calledtosee r us While town f u to f iI I J r X d Ice Cream and Sherbetat CitRes taurant Mr R J Mason Buford called to see us Monday For new and uptodate merchandise I visit Carson Co t Mr L B Loney McHenry was a pleasant caller yesterday Esq B S Chamberlin No Creekwas a pleasant caller Monday I Mr C E Raley Rosine called to see us while in town Monday- I i WANTEDBoarders by the day or fAYLonICity Restaurant is serving the most delicious Ice Cream and Sherbet City Restaurant makes Oyster Stew that would tickle a wooden man V We have all colors In yardwide Taffeta Silks at 100 CARSON CO We want your Chickens Eggs i Feathers and Hams CARSON CO- in stock of Groceries is complete Prices right Orders filled promptly CARSON CO Mr Larkin Williams Beaver Dam while In townwas a pleasant caller Tuesday Leave your order at City Restau rant Saturday for Cream or Sherbet for Sunday Free delivery Messrs E C Baird Thos Tanner and William Westerfield Heflin were among our callers yesterday Misses Mary Plrtle and Hallie Mill er of the West Hartford neighborhood were pleasant callers VednesdayI Miss Iva Cummings returned to school Monday after an absence of several days on actiqupt of sickness Misses Jessie and Bessie Raley re turned to school Monday after a few t days visit to their arot1 ts Dtr and MrsJCiE Rat y neiutiosfu6 I i Mr William Harden made us a pleasant calf while In town Wednesday Mr W F condtti Matanzas was a pleasant caller while In town Wednes day P All of the new ideas in Woolen and Wash Fabrics can be found at Car son Cos Mrs Lucy Klein Blcknel ndwas the guest of Mrs J P Foster Satur day and Sunday City Restaurants Steak FishOys ter and Ham Meals with trimmings are simply fine If you need a new Hat for Easter visit Miss Lyda Morton the milliner with Carson Co County Attorney E M Woodward left yesterday for St Louis Mo QI Important legal business Jailer Oscar Midkiff wife and chit = dren were the guests of Mrs Cola Daniel Olaton Tuesday Rev J A Lewis delivered abli sermons at the Methodist church Sunday morning and evening Mrs E E Birkhead and Miss Cassia Riley visited the family of Dr AB Riley at Narrows Sunday Mr R C Porter of the M H engineering forcehas returned from- a visit to his home in BlrminghamAla Mr L D Ragland Olaton was here Wednesday looking for a farm He recently sold his place near Olaton The Hartford Mill Co wants to sell you any material you need to build or repair your house Roofing very cheap Carson Co have put in a lot more shelving in their grocery department and are now handsomely equipped for the trade Frank W Hopkins has been appointed post master at Coffman Ohio county He Is manager for the Green rover Mining Co Mr J W Barr of Taffy has pur chased a residence from Mrs Hattie Barrett In East Hartford and will move to same In the near future Fair Co have rented the store house recently vacated by Sam Bach and will connect same by large arched passway with their present store Mr U G Ragland office deputy for Sheriff Martin was the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs M S Ragland Sulphur Springs last Saturday and Sunday Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN t and help your sister or sweetheart to go to the Jamestown JExposition free Read particulars it another column Mr David Moskovltz Deputy Organizer of the Improved Order of Red Men Louisville is in Hartford looking over the field with a view of or ganizing a lodge Messrs Z Wayne Griffin Bro have just Installed n handsome soda fountain It is one of the most upto date soda and ice drink stands ever Brought to Hartford The Ohio county Fiscal Court will convene at Court Hall next Monday A system to better the public roads will be one among the important mat ers that will be considered telMrs Kate Davis died at home a Beaver Dam last Friday morning af tel a lingering illness of consumption Her remains were Interred at Green lllver burying ground Saturday Messrs W N Stevens M L Heav rln and Col C M Barnett Hartford attended the initiating of a class o forty lute the Mystic Shrine and ban quet at Owensboro last Saturday On account of the inability of Rev Hudspeth who was to assist in the Christian revival to devote more that oneweek to the work at this time the revival has been postponed until Oc tober Mr John Talley died at his home londayugea few days of pneumonia fever HIa remains were interred at the Milton Taylor graveyard Tuesday Mrs Lucy Wedding Messrs SA Bratcher W S Tinsley R E Leo jimmerman R T Her and Capt and Mrs S K Cox were among the Hartford people who attended the Greater oulsvllle Exposition this week The meeting at the Baptist church closed last Friday night It resulted in thirteen additions to the church atid a general uplift to thememTjer shill spiritually Rev Gardner preached Sunday morning and at night At the night service the Lords supper was observed Mr Rowan Holbrook purchased the brick residence known as the James LiThomas homeMondayfrom Misses Stella Etta and Lillle Thomas The property Is located on the corner of he public square and is one of the lindsomest hpmes In Hartford The onsdleratlon was 4500 Mr Holbrook will occupy It this tall aSa him ilk residence i1 IIIr IIff9 l f f ir For Scholarship in the Bowling Green Business College ap Jy dt this office FOR SALEA scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Call on Dr address THE REPUBLICAN Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf 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 CurtainsnewMatting Carson Co For Sewing Machine Oil Needles and supplies for all kinds of Ma chines call on Gross Williams at City Restaurant WANTEDTo borrow 1000 at 6 per cent interest mortgage on real estate worth twice that amount also personal security Call on or address HA this office 20tf Messrs Black S Birkhead keep in their employ an experienced em balmer and funeral director who is prepared to meet all requirements at any hour 30tf For Monumental work apply to It I A Anderson agent for the Owensboro Monumental Works Geo Mlschel Sons proprietors This is an old and reliable house of long standing See Mr Anderson Ho will treat you right 34tf Mr and Mrs E P Thomas cele brated their China wedding at their I elegant home on Clay street last even Ing A large number of their friends II were present and enjoyed a most de reIciplemtsBlack S Birkhead who have purchased the A C Taylor stock of undertakers goods including the fine funeral car have added new caskets andsupplies and are prepared toI furnishsame on short notice They handle from the cheapest to the best at most reasonable prices 30tf Mrs Mattie Smith wife of James Smith died at her home near Sunny dale Sunday night March 24th and was burled Monday Funeral services were conducted by Rev Dean Mrs Smith was the daughter of John T j Tucker and Susan Tucker all na tives of Ohio county She was a de I voted Christian and a member of the Baptist church Mr and Mrs Sam Bach and little daughter Fanny left last Sunday for Chicago Ill where they will make their future home Sam having opened a dry goods and clothing house there j Charlie Bach who for the past few weeks has been sojourning in the West will join theta and resume his position as salesman In which capacity he served so efficiently here sadItilevery peculiar affection of the pastern iolnts of the front feet It appeared by the animals getting lame in these limbs As the malady developed the horse lost use of Its feet the pastern Joint seeming to decay and become I disjointed the lower extremity being onlyt j HartIfonISundayMr P Ball wife and child Rock motherfa SundayMr W Bilbro Matanzas attend ed church at Smallhous Sunday Rev G H Lawrence Beaver Dam filled his regular appointments for Saturday p m and Sunday a m There were three additions to the church Sunday two by letter and one for haptismI ill at three oclock Mr Charlie C PIton was elected superintendant Ii John Barnard assistant superin tendent mid Miss Ethic Hunter seer tnry They will meet next Sunday to organize and distribute the books John F Brown and family Jack Brown and wife Opal Brown and husband I were guests of James Withrow and family Saturday and Sunday Mrs Price Morton Is visiting at Livermore CalllO Bishop and Samuel Klmbley Morton are visiting at Ceralvo S E Hunter attended church at Rockport Sunday evening Mrs Sallla Allen and little daughter have returned from a visit to her mother Mrs Lm Cummings near Hopcwelf Miss Fredrlca Burr entertained a few of her friends Friday evening Tliose present were Misses Onm MadI dox Ida Addlngton Ethel Messrs Jess Klrtley Chester HunterI J C Wosan of Hartford I Miss Ida Addington Is On the sick list i t 1Mr Johnv Iglehcart has la grippe j 4 t10 ry t 1 A- ccsccw FDBAUGHN HEADQUARTERS F- ORGENTSft H Furnishings And ClothingI CALL ON HIM FOR YOUR EASTER SUIT No old styles nor shelf worn goods Ev ery thing new quality style and price right Nice line of boys Suits in Eton Nor folks and Buster Brown styles Be sure 4 5and see this line before buying OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE ON CENTER ST I Incorporated V MANUKACJTKKS TILE FAMOUS EGYPTI CEMENT VAULTS 4 5 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 4 5 age If you desire to lay away the dead in the most Isatisfactory manner you will certainly demand one of these vaults Manufactured right here in Hart fordBLACK BIRKHEAD Mgrsl P 9999 9 rr S9Q999990 Miss Bunlcc Durham is able to be out again Worth Fulkerson is quite sick atI the home of his uncle Bob Fulker son DEMONSTRATION DAY AT OUR STORE NEXT SATURDAY We have just received a large as sortment of INERSEAL Trade Mark Goods from the- National BISCUIt Bo Who will send a demonstrator to our store Saturday to demonstrate the cleanliness goodness crispness and superior quality of these goods and you will have an opportunity to sam ple new products You and your friends are cordially invited J C 1LER Hartford Town Tax Due Pay your town tax at once and avoid the penalty of 6 per cent which goes on April 1 1907 SETH MOSELEY M T H aRENDER March 26John T locker went to Central City last Wednesday- A J Stewart was in Horse Branch last Wednesday- S B Gray of Louisville was here last Thursday Claude McKinney of heaver Dam was here Thursday- Dr H B Innes went to Frankfort on business Thursday Jake McIntire of Taylor Mines was here Friday W C Ward of Lexington was huge FridayCharles F Greis of Owensboro was hero Friday Robert Simpson wont to Louisville Saturday Raymond Francis went to Powder ley Saturday Mrs F E Harris returned home from Simmons Station Saturdayafter a few days visit Mr and Mrs Wayne Splnks spent the day in Horton Sunday- D W Williams was in Heaver Dam SundayRoy Armendt of Narrows and Rob Maddox of Mercer Station were hero t yesterdayI I Gus Rock of Louisville was here Dr and Mrs J 0 McKlnnoy of Taylor Mines were here Sunday today BeavolIrCures Blood Skin Diseases i Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is Impure thin dls eased hot or full of humors It you Lace blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching rising and bumpy skin tone palnsca tnrrh rheumntlwn or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pales stop and the blood Is made pure and rich Druggists or by oxprefes 1 per large bottle Sample tree by writing Blood Balm Co At hmta Ga B B B Is especially advised Mr chronic deepseated cusesas It cures pier all Paso falls 3if To The Churches of Ohio County Association Dear Brethren On page 20 of the minute of the Ohio county Asiooia theISchool Convention for the promotion of Sunday Schools In the churches of tho Asaoclatlon Of thlu convention A B Gardner eras elected proildent and 0 M Shultz Secretory Last year twelve of the thirtysix churches in the association reported on Sunday School Brother was your church In that list It is the wish of the As sociation and also of the officers of tho convention that every church ret ports a thriving school this year Wo hope that every pastor of a church in the association and also the mcm liers will see that a Sunday School Is J organized in their church at tho ear I Best possible date If no school is in progress The convention will be called to meet In May or June and we earnestly hope that every church will bo represented Please send report of your school to A B Gardner as soon as organized All schools In session please report at once A B GRADNER ChnVu rl 11 jJ ty r I J 1 Zr oi a ofI r rar r t 0r j r S- s Y A 0 r MOMOMowoooooOMOM Grippe or Influenza whichever you likeI to call it is one of the most weakening diseases known Scotts Emulsion which is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily di gested form is the greatest strengthbuilder known to medicalscience It is so easily digested that it sinks into the system making new blood and new fat and strengthening nerves and muscles Use Scotts Emulsion after Ag Influenza 0Invaluable for Coughs and Colds 0 ALL DRUGGISTS 5Oo AND SlOO 00000000000000000000 BANK CASE READS LIKE FICTION TALE Magazine Story Paralled in Suit Against Bank Banks Demurrer Against The Receivers Attempt to Col lect Sustained The fiction slry has once more been iwralolud by fact In the February numbor of Pearsons magazine there is a Wall Street story about a man who got a National bunk to guaran tee his note and on this apparently giltedge security easily raised funds AVhon the note became due payment was refused on the ground that u National bank Is forbidden by Hs Fed oral character to guarantee notes The objection readers made to this story was the Improbability of finding any financial institution which through Ignorance or otherwise would thus violate the law MIkael Samuels who did business under the name of MIkael Samuels Co owed the Central National Bank 10000 on a note and was unable to pay On January 4 1904 he went to the Cooper Exchange Bank which was then doing business at 20 Avenue A and asked to borrow 12000 on his note saying that payment would be guaranteed by the Central National Hank This was satisfactory to Samuel Gotthelf the President and the loan was made Of the money raised on this note 10000 was turned over to the Central National Bank in settlement of the old note In the same month Samu els was declared bankrupt On March 12 1904 the Central National Bank and the National Citizens Bank consolidated under the name of the Citizens Central National hank The guaranteed note became due on May 4 of the same year and was not paid by the bankrupt About a year later the Cooper Ex change Hunk became bankrupt and II Ross Appleton was appointed re ceiver Jown AV Hutchinson Jr of 170 Broadway acted as his attorney In searching through the defunct hanks assets the Samuels note with its accompanying guarantee was dis covered Mr Hutchinson began suit for the receiver against the consoli dated bank The latter demurred to the complaint on the ground that a cause of action had not been estab lished the Federal banking law for bidding and making void any guaran tee It was argued before Justice Mc Lean last June and the demurrer set aside but was later sustained by the Appellate Division The lawyer for the receiver however got leave to amend his complaint This was similarly demurred to Justice OGorman in a decision handed down recently sustained the demurrer MrHutchlnson announces that if necessary he will carry the question to the United States Supreme Court the United States Supreme Court New York Times LAW TO LEGALIZELICKING Pennsylvania State Legislature has a Bill Making it Legal to Thrash Newspaper Men Harrisburg Pa March 3If a bill Introduced in the house of representa tives today by a member from Phila delphia becomes a law any person in Pennsylvania has a right to assault proprietors editors or reporters of newspapers that published defamatory matter against the offended per son The bill provides that the defendant r Lf 4- j s y+ +ruAte iL Yjy any suit for assault and battery fin be acquitted if he proves that person upon whom the assault wat committed wrote or published within one year previous to the assault any false or defamatory matter concerning the defendant or any parent child sister wife or fiancee of the defend antThe provisions of the bill extend to civil actions for damages arising out of a case for assault and battery If the person who committed the assault proves that fact concerning the publi cation the one assaulted can get no Inningx m FATHER TIES BOY TO CHAIR WITH CORDS Cords Cut Flesh of The Child And Angry Neighbors Threaten ed to Lynch Man Owensboro Ky March 24Tlcd to It chair with fishing cords in such a position that he could not move hand or foot Montgomery Guess six years of age was found at his home by a policeman today The cords used to tie the boy had cut his flesh and blood was flowing from the wounds Screams from the child caused the police to be called by the neighbors The deed was done by the childs I fatherCharles Guess The boy claims that he wanted to accompany his fath er away from home and because he criedGuess tied him to the chair The neighbors declare that Guess has on repeated occasions treated his boy in a cruel and inhuman manner The father was found by the officers a short distance from home on the railroad track where he had been for many hours Had it not been for the patrolmen Guess would have been roughly handled by the neighbors when he was brought home A large crowd of infuriated citizens had gath ered at the home and there were many threats of violence made against him Action will be taken against hln for mistreatment Hunters of Moose Not far from Lake Edward a few days ago a hunting party came up on the tracks of two moose that were walking leisurely through the woods As the party gained upon the animals the forest echoed with the deep gut teral bellowings of his consort Now and then there was a crash as a dead tree was laid prostrate The clattering din of his horns as they came In contact with the timber show ed the progress of the bull To follow behind such an uproar of bellowings such crashing of falling timber and rattling of antlers was ex citement Indeed After a while the route led obliquely down a hill to the edge of still water across which the moose had just swum The mud stirred up by them in their passage was still eddying in the stag nant water which was carefully cross ed by the hunters on a dead chunk fallen from bank to bank Gaining upon their quary their nostrils became sensible of a strong odor of muskand as they rapidly advanced the hunters tightly grasped their guns on endeavoring to see through the thickets ahead for a sight of the game Suddenly and unexpectedly the dense underwood was left and the party stood on the edge of a little open valley An enormous black mass rear- Ing majestic antlers was just entering a group of young maples at the far ther side of the valley when the sight of a rifle was brought upon him and the surrounding forest reverberated with the unwonted report Uttering a roar the huge brute sank plunging into the bush As the guides rushed on with a shout the bull with another roar rose and disappeared be fore there was time for another shot Tho blood stained track was follow ed until darkness put an end to the pursuit and when the trail was taken up on the following morning the life less moose was found not a hundred feet from where the chase was sus pended on the previous night Kan sas City Journal i + tWxTeeaatsardt TOBACCO MEN GREATLY ARE PUZZLED Cant Understand Why American Tobacco Company Is so Active Leaf tobacco dealers and growers are puzzled over the inactlveness of the American Tobacco companyboth on the local anctlon breaks and in the country says the Louisville Cou rierJournal For more than two weeks the local buyers of the compa ny have taken little more than 5 per cent of the offerings on the local mar ket and reports of buying in the coun try have been rare The American To bacco company uses about sixtyfive percent of the Burley yield the re mainder being taken by independent and exporters So far the takings of the company have been about 20 per cent Purchases in the country have been correspondingly low To this date last year and the year before estimates placed the amount bought by the company at 80000000 pounds while this year liberal estimates place the amount at 35000000 to 40000000 poundsAsked for the reason for the attitude of the American Tobacco company Saturday a well known tobacco handler said that it was difficult to solve that It may be due to the ab normal rates for mone the company preferring to wait until It needs tobacco or the money market theI easier or that it may bo that the puny has a full stock on hand and is content to hold off untl next scnsoin However he expressed doubts as to the company having any considerable stock on hand as the demand for the manufactured tobacco has kept puce with the supply and both European and American visible stocks are comparatively low in the first monthly report for tlio current year by the Kentucky com missioner of agriculture IlubH Vreeland it Is stated that nearly two thirds of the Burley tobacco crop Is still in the hands of the farmer and unsold and of the dark type two thirds has been soldleavlng only one third unsold in the hands of the plant tors Since the American Tobacco cOIn pany lot up in buying Burley prices in- the local market have eased off materially and the offering of the better grades have been reduced The Cincin nati market is also reported as expe riencing a lack of interest on the part of the buyers for the American com pany The major part of the 1900 crop of dark tobacco was disposed of several weeks ago the American Tobacco company the imperial company of England and W S Matthews C Sons rehandlers and exporters being the principal buyers WILD MAN ROAMS OVER KENTUCKY RIVER CLIFFS Hairy Creasure Seen by Farm- Hand and Party Will TryI to Capture Him It has been reported that a wild man has his haunts in the Kentucky river hills near Buena Vista Ky A party is being organized to explore a cave where the creature is believed to have his lair and attempt to cap ture him Jim Peters a farm hand employed by S D Scott postmaster at Buena Vista while working in Bowmans woods near High Bridge a short dis tance from Buena Vista was attracted by the peculiar actions of his dog which came running to him from a thicket near by yelping and showing every evidence of extreme fright A moment later Peters says a creature with the shape of u human being fol lowed the dog and approached within I twenty yards of him Peters says he was too frightened to run The ap parition kept its eyes on the dog un til asked what it was doing there when it disappeared In the woods Pe ters says that tlvgfcreature wore no clothes except a coon skin tied about its loins Its long black hair streamed down its back and breast in a matted mass and covered the face so that he could not see whether it had a beard or not Its body was coy eyed with a coat of soft fuzzy black hair and its finger and toe nails were long and curved like talons Peters hurried home and told his employerwho at once organizez a par ty who went to where the wild man had been seen They found no trace of him in the woods but in the mud of the river bank they found tracks of bare human f let with clawMke too nailsMeanwhile the women and children ofthe vicinity are afraid to leave their I homes S C Kv rlnl For Indigestion Relieves sour stomach palpitation of theheart Digests whatypueat JJII AI l 0i 1a f io THE9INGER R Wheeler lC Wilson If in need of aSinger or Wheele arid Wilson Sewing Machine I Wit bring one to your house and show you work and make prices to suit the times on easy payments Also have repairs for all makes o machines Office at my resident on Center street Your patronagE solicited J C Hartford Ky The Publishers ClaimsSuslainSUUNITED InternationalDlctloeary everydetallandthe 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214216218 USSSS- ti 3 AND SAFE HOME THEM L Incorporated grumble WHEN YOU target ACCURACY DIRECTORS i WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL AND THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN IBothOne Year FOR ONLY 1S0The Presidential election is ap proaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been The CourierJournal is going to support the ticket And there you have it- Send your order for this combina tion to usnot to the CourierJour nal The regular price of the week ly CourierJournal alone is 100 a year KILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery PrlcsFOR100- I Guaranteed for all TSOAT and I LUNG LJ orVOnnr I BAOYrI I 4 1 PARTIALLY SIMPLIFIED SELLING WOULD DO Would Fellow Simple Combina tions Always Uniform in Pronunciation Caplz P I February 4 1907 Dear Mr EdltorI have seen a great controversy going In all the pa pers about reformed spelling Well and good tho for or against It will set a few to thinking I once learned the mysteries of spelling with many hours of delightful labor for I was ambitious There is truly a deal of mental calisthenics to the process of making a good speller And what fun Why Ill never forget one lit tle incident of nearly disastrous chiv alryMy side beginning at head had OUT ly lost a few and my opponent was a little sunny haired girl of over halfway down the opposite line Think ing Id done my part I missed butlo what I did thru a boyish impulse many of my side did for various reas ons till we had to spell the third time to win of course my side slid not always win Great fun but may bee could find other things better than learning isolated words spelt without rime or reason just because some old fogy a century or so back set the fash Ion Neither do I approve of haphaz ard spelling Let us follow all sim ple combinations that are always uni form in pronunciation We may even follow such useless forms as high or sigh Instead of hi or si as they are always uniform but let all such forms as tough though and slough go the way of plough and bough to the boneyard and write easily tuf tho and sloo Even words such as kist tho quite uniform already as now spelled or done would perhaps lose nothing of their popularity tho spelt as kist The English speaking people are not the whole thing tho near itvery near it If we would extend our lan guage and customs to the utter ends of the earth wed better be wise and pick up a few of the good things we run down with our automobile A lit tle uniformity of spelling and a soften ing of a few hard harsh consonants would make our language as musical as any on earth Then the thin ve neer of soft lip courtesy of the Lat in races if we but breathe into the breath of life put American heart Into it as it were might even in mod eration improve some of us Some people do not seem to understand our Western jokes Ever yours JOHN C BARNARD Christ is Risen The RKV WALTER II CUIMM Send the message far and wide On this gladsome Eastertide Christ is risen Lord of glory Let all earth repeat the story Easter bells in gladness ring Welcome to our risen King Hallelujah Christ is risen Saddened hearts in silence wept While the guards their vigils kept At the dawning lowed ones bring Sweetest spices to their King Found the stone was rolled away Sat an angel where He lay With the msesage Christ Is risen Send the word to Galilee Christ is risen front death Hes free Tired disciples hear Ills voice Cease from weaping and rejoice Death has lost Its power to sting Heaven and earth rejoice and sing Hallelujah He is risen Waft the news to every land To Africs gloom and liwlas strand To isles of sea kingdoms dying Christ Is rlsendeath defying Easter songs in gladness sing Death has lost its venomed sting Hallelujah Christ is risen JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION- THoRoUfiHL Y AMERICAN Designs of Exhibition Buildings are all Colonial no Daz zling Colors From an nrchitectual standpoint the Jamestown exposition is to be thoroughly American While we can not yet boast of a national style of architecture the Colonial typo is suf ficiently individual and distinctive to be claimed and accepted as American The design of the exhibition build ings the palaces of art commerce and is almost consistently There Colonial are no turrets or towers no domes or minarets pinna cles buttresses and other freaks of fancy no long stretches of garish white buildings decked out with wedding cake trimmlngsand bespat tered with colored lights until they resemble Christmas trees On the contrary all the building are low both In stature and In color tones Few raise their roofs above the tree tops and most of them being built of Harvard brick trimmed with terra 4 cotta and fitted with such simple or naments as thp long low roof balus trade or basrelief panelsgave a sub dued color effect most pleasing to the eye and thoroughly novel to exposi tion architecture j The general plan of the grounds is to a certain extent similar to that of other cities that have gone beforea central court surrounded by the more Important or Imposing buildings At Jamestown this court is framed on i three sides only by buildlngswhere j as the fourth rests on the water front with two great piers two hundred I feet wide stretching out nearly half I a mile Into the bay These piers have towers at the far ends and area joined by a bridge thus enclosing a basin some forty acres In area This body of water is called Smith harbor in honor of the original John and hero will be held the aquatic conj tests that are to form an important part of the exhibitions athletic attractions The basin will also serve as a harbor and landingplace for I small craft motor boats and the launches from the warships The piers are being built by the government and form a part of the nation al exhibit LOOSE ENGINETRAVELS SOME Gets Away at Earlington and Runs Several Miles Be fore Captured While cleaning the firebox of an engine in the Earlington yards Frl day morning about 11 oclock the engine in some manner started up ran over the man cleaning the box without injuring him and before the engineer could board it gained con siderable headway and started south without engineer or fireman at a good rate of speed says the Madlsonvllle Hustler The interurban was just ready to leave Nortonville and they were told to sidetrack which they did in short order I An engine was started out from Earlington in pursuit of the run away and caught It near Mortons Gap a distance of four miles where the engine had stopped tho steam having given out What caused the engine to startup is a mystery as there was no one on it at the time THE LOUISVillEHERALD An Ideal Newspaper for The Home The Louisville Herald Is recognized as a fair clean fearless newspaper It has no poliical alliances and is ab solutely free to express Its opinion on any subject whatsoeverthe welfare of our country our Commonwealth and our people the only duty Its teleghaphlc news Is com plete Its market reports up todate ana always reliable Special intention to The News of Kent ky- HlWUfJARSUBSClU11IOX THICK Daily 4100 Sunday Only 2100 Daily and Sunday 600 Out if you so desire you can make advantageous terms for THE HART FORD REPUBLICAN and The Lou isville Herald through the publisher of this paper This combination price is for a limited line only Send us two 2 and we will send you the Dally Herald six days a week without Sunday and THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN for one year Sub scribe now for this great bargain THE REPUBLICAN FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPO SITION TO BE GIVEN BY THIS PAPER TO TWO MOST POPULAR YOUNG LADIES IN OHIO CO ONE NORTH AND ONE SOUTH OF ROUGH RIVER Question to be Settled By Ballot Under Rules Similar to Our Mammoth Cave Trip Last Year Last year The Republican gave a very successful free trip to tho Maui moth Cave for Ohio county school boys determining the favored ones by a popularity contest We feel this year that the young ladles should have a chance So we have determined to send free of any cost whatever tho most popular young lady in Ohio county residing North of Rough river and one residing South of the river to the Jamestown Exposition We do not desire to invite any trouble on the age question and hence make no limit Any lady who may consider herself young enough to make tine trip may enter the contest The contest will close Saturday August 31 at o oclock p m The trip will bo made sometime in tho month of Sep tember and time two successful ladles will be accompanied to Jamestownby one of the editors of this paper and his wife Every Item of expense in cluding railroad fare hotel bills exposition tickets etc will be met by this paper CONDITIONS OF CONTEST Every dollar paid In subscriptions to The Republican whether arrears or advance will entitle the person making such payment to 100 votes and they willbe recorded for any one of the candidates as directed Amounts of less than one dollar will be credited with a proportionate vote Anyone will be allowed to vote for a candidate residing in any part of Ohio county regardless of the voters residence- A coupon will be printed In each Issue of The Republican and when clip ped and sent to our office will be counted as five votes for tho candidate whose name appears on the same A supply of blank ballots will be fur nished to any one on application The names and standing of the various candidates will be printed in theso columns front time to time Books will be opened ready for votes next Monday morning March 1S Select your candidate and arrange to aid her In every possible way = 7 = c === == NOT GOOD AFTER APRIL 1 FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION This Ballot Will Count 5 Votes for AJiss When properly filled out and returned to The Republican office by mail or otherwise on or before expiration of date shown above 1 FREE TRIP TO THE JRMESTOWN pXPOSITION GIVEN BY THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN I Cast this Ballot of votes For MissI fc Of Ohio County Kentucky j Signedr I tMt 1y slittleattacks of Indigestion you havo no doubt beattheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to theheartferes with its action and in the course oj Limo tho heart becomes dise- asedKodol I r For Dyspepsia digests what you cat takes the strain off of the heart and contributes nourishment strength and health to every organ of the SOurStomach Digestive of the Stomach mebymaknmyt ImmediateMRS LORING NICHOLS Penn Yen N Y I had stomach trouble and was in a bad state as I DyspepsiaCureD KAUBLH Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat EItnee loalftitlon rrepml at the Lat orarJofEODWUIII BY ALL DRUGGISTS ISOLD WIrl1Ec iD TI Olilo County Circuit Court TK Hlrkhimil Judge lien D ItlngoAttorney Oscar MMklfr Jailer Kd O IlnrrnHH Clerk Frank L 1Vllx Mauler Com mlsulouer Y L Moneley TrUHteo Jury Fund It II Jlnrtln Sheriff Hartford Deputy Sberlff8 A HratcliiT U 1 Crowder E II MuRun Grunt Iolliiril 3Courtconveneo Ort Moo day In March and August and continues three weekoand third Monday In May and November two week County Coart W n Taylor Judge ttHTlnsley Clerk K 31 Woodward Attorney Hart ford WCourt convenes first Monday In each month MondayInCourt of Claims Convenes flint Monday In Jan nary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other OtgcersN Moiley Surveyor Shreve S lt Leech AioensorItob ItoyJames DeWeese School Superintendent Hartford erome Allen Coronor Jingo rxxotlcas CourtsX RnrtasH Deaver Dnw March 24 June 23 September 24 December 24 Wl Miller horse IIrnnchMnrcb 26 June 25 I September 23 December 2ti W S Dean Dundee March 27 June 2J Sep tember 2 1 December 27 W n Edge Fordrtvlllo March 2S June 3 September 27 Dereni ber 2S ns Chamberlain liedn March 29 June September 2s Deccnibvr 2J Herbert Render Centertown March 30 Juaa 29 September 2D Deiember SO John II Mlle Ilockpurt March 31 June 30 September 30 December ill IXartfcrarsclJ = G CourtIt It Wedding Judge J S Glenn City At tomes Seth Moseler Mnrsunl Court con Tunes Hecond Monday In ear hmonth noliciows SorvlcoaM E Church South SerrlceM third Sunday In each month at 11 a m and j pm second Sunday at 7 IImnnd fourth Sunday at 11 UIII stud 7pin 1rnyiT meeting every Wednesday FranklinkerItuptlst Church Service held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday nlght nail fourth Sunday and sundry night Prayer meeting every Tburcday evening Her A D GlrhltrlIlIstorCI Services first Sunday In each mouth at 11 n m and 7 p m lev J D liar ned pastor Christian Churrh Service over tlrtt Snndny at 11 am and 7 p in Rev 113 Wright Pastor School Trustee Hartford C M Crowo J S Glenn Dudley Ford C M llariiutt Dr E D Peridleton City Council V II Wlllliinm Mayor C M Crowe Clerk K E L Slmmtrman Dr E H len l tont D White Win Fair Win Dean Dr J W Taylor Ceczet Qc1Gt1olil A 0 U W meete first and third Friday nights In ears mouth Hartford Lodge No 67ft F A A Masons flri Monday night In each month Hartford Tent No 0 Knights of the Mncca bees every Thursday night tough HIverLodgvNo llOKnlghtnot Pythlr meetsevery Tuesday night Preston Morton Post No 4 0 A11 boldru nlnr meetings Saturday before trot Sunday Ineftc monthPROCUREIDANDDEFENDEDSendttialA j U1fkJlImoney antoften thepatent ExclusivelyWrko 03 Ninth street opp PnlftdjfiUtM Patent OOo waaurh1e fn e i Nasal CATARRHIn tiI should be cleanllnese Elys team Balme- leanscsaootheanndheili the diseased membrane It cures catarrh and drives away o cold in the head quickly Cream Balm U placed Into the nostrils ipreodi over the membrane and Li absorbed Relltf U Im mediate and a euro follows It is not drying doe not produce entering Large Size BO oenti at Drug tlltl or by mall Trial Size 10 coats by mall ELV BROTHERS 68 Warren Street New Tort Ii- 4t rM ALLOVER THE HOUSE treatment For Falling HalrInformll tlon on Various Homo Subjects Very often tho hair becomes thin andshort and yet it does not seem to come out at all The secret of this condition is that tho hair has become very dry the oily nutri ment does not extend the entire length of the hair shaft and each little fiber becomes weak and bro ken the touch of a brush or comb beirig sufficient to cause it to sep arate from tho growth The rem edy is found in applying this tonic every night of hydrochlorate of pilocarpine four drams of tincture of jabaf ondi two drams of spirits of rosemary and four ounces of alcohol Twice a month shampoo the hair with eggs Twentyfour hours before the sham I ipoo rub warm olive oil into the scalp Clipping or singeing the ends of the hair will assist the growth to renew itself Care of the Bath Sponge When the sponges need cleaning the best plan to cut the dirt is to soak them in vinegar for several hours and then run clear warm water through them until the acid is all out They should then be hung in the sunshine where they will air and dry After each bath a sponge should be washed out with clean hot water and soap and rinsed with cold water then put in a place where the air and sunshine surround it for unless sponges are wellaired they become sour and disagreeable to use Baked Bean Rarebit Baked bean rarebit hails as one would naturally surmise from New England You warm upa cupful of cold baked beans in a couple of tablespoonfuls of butter and season with salt and paprika Then you stir in little by little half a cupful of milk twothirds of a cupful of soft American cheese broken into bits and a tcaspoonful of Worcester shire sauce When the cheese is melted serve at once Case For Cards Playing cards get soiled if left loose and the pasteboard cases in which they come soon become torn and useless A little case fashioned I after the pasteboard one and built of canvass or linen with an edge of silk cording makes a very conven ncnt receptacle for them A littleIhandle at tho topis an and the word Cards embroidered on one side in a contrasting color v gives n pretty finish I Cleaning Hairbrushes Spirits of ammonia is the best i thing to clean hairbrushes with as it does not soften the bristles like soap or soda If a teaspoonful of Jimmonia is mixed with a quirt of water the brush need only bo dipped into the solution for a moment and all grease is removed The brush should be rinsed in cold water shak en in the air but not 1nL hICare of the EyesIDont be careless of the eyes j during cold weather Bathe them frequently Protect them from both wind and dust particularly j the latter which I believe causes most of the inflamed eyeballs and i swollen lids tlltare now so prev I alent says Dr George Houston Bell prominent oculistITo Sterilize Milk To sterilize milk take bottles which are absolutely clean Pour in fresh milk to the neck of each bottle and use plugs of cotton bat ting as stoppers Place in a deep steamer or in a sterilizer and steam continuously for an hour and a half Do not open until needed for use Sage Tea For the Hair Sage tea is a good tonic and one j that will darken the hair Make aI strong brew of the dried leaves strain the liquid carefully through muslin and to each pint add two teaspoonfuls of alcohol Rub this on the hair every nightfRemedy For flume I upwithi soda makes a very soothing applicnjtion in the case of a severe sweet oil is not at hand linseedor I zany other vegetable oil will do j Cure For Soft Corns Twice every day dip a piece of cotton batting in olive oil and place over the soft corn This removes all pain and the corn peels off in scales BEAVER DAM i March 27 Miss Viana Woosley is visiting Mr and Mrs Jno H Barnes this week j Mrs Oscar Stevens and daughter Pansy are visiting friends and relaJ lives In Louisville this week Mrs Jessie Cannon of Owensboro who has boon visiting her parental here for tho pant few days returned i home Monday j ilr J P Harrison spent Sunday EASTER MILLINERY We readyadedly Stylish Ladies Misses and Children Spring Millinery unusual superb display includes newest effects the Parisian and New York markets as well as many other popular conceits from the style centers the country Easter dafwearing something new is only a few days off Are wellyouOur Millinery Department is still in charge of Miss Merrie King whose years of experiencepleas ant demeanor and unquestionable taste place her in a position to serve her customers in a very satis factory mannerrEvery Department In Spring Array MENS DEPARTMENT Now boys the girls dress up for Easter Put your best foot foremost and show the girls what a swell bunch you Get into one Hart Schafner Marxs Suitsthe readytovealJ in theworldor one Barnes special Suits There is nothing better for the price Also get a new Spring Shirt Necktie Shoes a d Halfhose Prepare yourself to happy on Easter We ex tend to you a hearty welcome and an invitation to come to our stores and our new Spring Merchandise which is uptodate in every re pect i we we in l1 oo llvYDtoIn aJIL1i iU J Iwith and relatives In Owens ioro Mr and Mrs S B Van Meter and son Wallace spent Sunday with relatives at Spring Lick Mr Geo Brunton Williams Mines was In town Sunday Mr V M Stewart has gone to mar cet this week Mr S P Taylor who has been con fined to his room for some tlmo with agrip is able to be at his business again Miss Lizzy of Rockport spent Sunday with her parents here Miss May Blr Is on the sick list this week I Mrs Chlnn who has been sick for some time is thought to be slow y improving- Mr D B Is In Louisville this week on Among those who attended the Louisville Exposition last week were K V Williams Jno H Barnes J P McKonney C M Taylor and wife W A Rone M D Maddox M M Faughender Dr S D Taylor Taylor Mss J E and sister Miss of l o are in a tJJ iVvri IZ Cib Our N the of of 9 the a are of of be see j IIJ v J friends Stevens Luther Rhoads Greater Jrvlllo 4 Gracie Williams are visiting In Louis ville this week Mr S J Tlchenor of McHenry and Mr Simon Jones of Render were j in town Tuesday on business ICOOPER SCHOOL HOUSE March 25Sunday School was or ganlzed at this place Sunday Bro E W Gordon was elected ry Joe Hooker and family visited at Silas Stevens Sundaytt Services at this place Sunday night were conducted by Dro EW Gor and son Master Coleman visited at Mr Henry Stevens Saturday night and Sunday I W B Wise has sold his farm at this place After having a sale of personal property ho with his family will leave for Oklahoma to make their future homeMiss Eipha Taylor visited Miss Orpha Stevens Sunday night Mr and Mrs E S Howard visited friends and relatives at Balzetown Sat t Mr SKIRTS AND WAISTS With Easter only a few days distant the time is for the selection of readymade Shirtwaists I and Skirts for the enjoyment of this triumphant and gala day We are ready with all that is new and stylish in Skirts and Waists ready made as well as materials from which they can be made Silks in plaids checks and stripes woolens in fan cy mohairs Panamas voiles in fact an quate description cannot be given in this advertisement we therefore invite you in person as suring you of our best attention whether you buy or not VlOTHERSYou know never forget the boys and what are showf ing for them is correct every detail EP BARNES r BROSrBEAVER DAM KENTUCKY business yWilllams f Superintendent superlnIten presentj ripe ade urday and Sunday The social given by Mr and Mrs Jim Cox Saturday night was largely attended All present report a pleas ant time Miss Cora Gordon is visiting her sis ter Mrs Lawrence Allen of near Hart fordMr Clarence Ambros and Miss Mary Havens of Cromwell Mr Geo Trout and Miss Rosa Stevens of this place made quite a flying trip to Tennessee last week where they were pnlted in the holy bonds ot nfatrimony We wish them much happiness through ureI are all slckwlth lagrippe We are having some fine weather now and the farmers are very busy with their work l MAGAN March 26Dud Midklff and Tom Allen of Mooreliouse ilo arrived a ftew days ago to be the guests of friends for several days The Infant child of John Westerfield is quite ill Mr Lon Ralph will move his family to Hartford In a few days John Westerfleld is very 111 of la l f lYl 1 e grippe at this writing I Mr and Mrs Tom Baughn are the proud parents of a fine boy Miss Lula Midklff closed tier school at Tangle Wood Saturday evenlngthe 16th with an entertainment She will leave Jn a few days to enter school Misses Mattie Annie and May Wright visited their uncle H C Wright Sunday afternoon I Miss Efflo Brownof near this place is very low of consumption Rev Richard Fuqua filled his regu lar appointment at Pleasant Hill Sat urday and Sunday Rev J B Storms delivered an ex cellent sermon at Beech Valley Sun day night- Mr Lon Ralph who was called by telegram to Missouri to the death bed 4 wlUjarrivej remains for burial MrHC Wright went to Hartford c Tuseday J Mr Charlie Miles and rllllYEPent 4 Sunday with his fathers family near Dundee Miss Lula Midklff left Sunday to cnterschoolatTafry Miss Emma Lee wright left Mon 01 tf r n c I iii JAMES C BENNETT IVO not 125 Hartford K- yLICENSED AUCTIONEERWill I rty in Ohio county Terms reasonab-le Your patronage solicited lay to enter stool at Horse Branch Born to the wife of Mr Mat John son a fine girl baby A New Livery Stable rIJ I have recently rented what is i nown as the Casebier Burton liv l p streetOPP9sttethe= duct a general livery feed hitch riggsJl newmplete Fi RouRiver Cuwris3T 1 i