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Frg WI r y ij L fw 7 s L I v S j ti fF t j S a 4 ttzrtf rb BqrnblicanIT J b 1 4ire Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year j VOL XIX l HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 5 1907 No38 ANFORfl1ll1TEOWED His Feasts and Festivities l Cost Enormous Sums i Widow Will Sell His Art Treasures to Pay His Debts New York April 9Mrs Stanford White will turn over the proceeds of the sale of the former homo of the Whites In this city and the great quantity of art treasures it contains to McKim Mead White architects to pay at least in part of the debt which Mr White owed his firm when lie was murdered by Harry K Thaw June 25 1906 Also It transpires that Mrs White has given Instructions that the amount received from the Insur ance on her husbands life shall be applied to the same account- A short time after the murder It was said that Mr White had over drawn his account with his firm but the amount was not stated One report was that it was 500000 The lawyer ot the White family declined to discuss the subject saying that an nouncement would be made at the proper time No such announcement has ever been made It Is now as certained however that the amount overdrawn was about 600000 The sale which will begin on this until every afternoon and continue thing In the house has been sold will be In charge of an auctoneer who will knock down to the highest bidders the wonderful works of art gathered by Mr White a widely recognized connoisseurThe of the firm with which Mr White was connected have been very reticent regarding their ilnancialrelatlons with him An effort made to get a statement from them About the prospective settlement of account met with no more success than previous efforts An Intimate friend of Stanford Whites speaking Boon after the murder declared his belief that there never was a time when Mr White was unable to pay off Ills Indebtedness if it had been neces sary for him to dp so but he added It Is true that he was a heavy spender and that he anticipated his Income but never did more than anticipate receipts of which he was abso lutely certain Asked if It was not true that Mr White was In debt to the firm at the time of his death the friend said 4Not to any unusual extent He was always more or less overdrawn- In addition to Mr Whites Indebted ness to the firm It is understood that he lost a large amount of money In Wall street speculations but this is not now an indebtedness against his estate According to the story told by an Intimate friend Mr White lost About 300000 In stock speculations about a year ago He appealed to his friends for assistance They had a meeting and after an examination of his brokers accounts they agreed to take up the Account and carry It until his losses were wiped 9tit providing he would sign a promise never again to specu late Mr White agreed to this and his losses were taken over by a syndicate which subsequently recovered I almost what had been advanced by- a rising market Mrs Stanford White Is understood to have been well provided for by her relatives who are wealthy She was Miss Bessie Smith daughter of Judge J Lawrence Smith of New York and a descendent of Col Richard Smith the original patentee of Smithtown L I The family have been prominent And wealthy for many generations f Obstruction to be Removed The continuous high waters In Rough Silver the past winter have caused Im mense land slides in numerous places between Hartford and the locks At some points acres of ground carrying large trees Into the river and extended almost the entire width of the stream Just below town near 4fthe Holbrook barn It is difficult to get through with a small gasoline launch It Is very Important to Hart ford and all points on Rough river that the stream bo kept open to nav agatlon The boat We Three has become n fixture in the trade between here and Evansvllla and has been of untold benefit to our people in the matter of freight and is destined to be- of still greater use In the near futurey r Jf i l Curtain Interests have worked every conceivable scheme to get the boat out of this trade and its loss would bo a black eye to Hartford- It pas been difficult to get the en gineers representing the Government to do any work on this river to keep it clear of obstructions Last week this paper took the matter up with Engineer Oversreet who is In charge of Green and Rough rlxgrs with headquarters at Bowling Green and re ceived the following letter In re sponse Bowling Green Ky April 2 1907 Dear Sir Your letter of the 30th ul timo Just received In reply I desire to say that a boatand snagging party will be dispatched at once to your river and It Is hoped that the great er of the obstructions may be removed without delay I am sorry that the rivers has become so obstructed but if the stage continues favorable I think we may be able to relieve your dis tress in a short time This party should reach the vicinity you refer to by not later than the 5th instant anyway SEVEN MURDER CASES IS THE RECORD For Davless County Circuit Court Which Convenes Next Monday The criminal division of the Da vless Circuit Court will convene next Monday to dispose 6f one of the largest dockets since Judge Blrkhead has been on the bench Many cases are of importance but the unusual bulkiness of the docket is due largely to the great number of Indictments that were returned by the last grand Jury on charges of selling cigarettes tominorsThere are seven murder cases on the docket more than have stood for trial at any one term for many years Three of the de fendants are fugitives and it Is not likely that they will be found in time for trial at this term The Bill Hunter and John Payne cases will probably come up for trial at this term The trial of Hunter at the last term resulted in a hung Jury Payne has never been tried John Hill who Is charged with the murder of Dave Glenn will likely be tried The indictment against Estlll W Neel on the charge of embezzlement will be disposed of at this termelth er by trial or dismissal Neel was tried at the last term on the charge of making false entries on the books of the Stanley Deposit Bank and ac quittedBird Hicks is the most numerously indicted man in the county There are sixteen indictments against him on charges of selling liquor without license and selling liquor to minors The case of Ed Peacock a former police officer on the charge of dis suading a witness will be called for trial at this term Owensboro Messenger Heavrin Takes Charge Mr M L Heavrin was checked In as postmaster of Hartford Mondayhav ing been appointed to the position by President Roosevelt a few weeks ago The postoffice will be kept in tho pres ent quarters until the additions to the former law office of Mr Heavrin are completed when It will be moved to the first floor of that building Mr Heavrin and County Attorney E M Woodward have formed a part nership for the practice of law and will occupy the suit of office rooms being fitted up in second story of the Heavrin building Attorney C M Crowe will move back to the County Attorneys office in the Court House Centertown and Hartford Magis terial Districts The Sunday School Convention of the Centertown District will be held at Centertown next Monday afternoon and night April 8 Every school In the district and everybody interested In the cause of systematic bible study are Invited to be represented or be present The Hartford district meet Ing will be at Beaver Dam with the Christian church Tuesday after noon and night April 9 All are like wise Invited Last week the announcement was made that a I convention I would be held at Rockport but owing To a protracted meeting being in prog I ress the district and place was chang ChmDI I r 7 1 r AUGUSTUS E WILSON Louisville papers say that Mr Wilson will shortly announce his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Governor He Is one of the best known men in Kentucky and as an orator has few equals Whenever Ohio county Republicans have called on this gifted champion of their cause he has always responded A canvass of members of the party in this coun ty indicates that he Is a hot favorite JUSTICE THOUGH TARDY AT LAST TRIUMPHS Hiram Powers Who Killed Fitz hugh Renfrow Now in PenitentiaryI Hiram C Powers who on the after noon of March 31 1905 shot and kill ed Fitzhugh Renfrow at Narrows Ky has at last been landed behind prison bars at the Eddyvlllo penitentiary He was tried on the charge of murder at the August 1905 term of the Ohio Circuit Court and given a term of 21 years In the penitentiary The Judgment was appeal ed from and In May 1900 the Court of Appeals affirmed the lower Courts decision and on June 1 Powers was taken by Sheriff Martin to the Eddy vllle penitentiary Immediately after being turned ov er to the prison officials a trial for lunacy resulted In a verdict to the ef fect that Powers was of unsound mind and an order was made transferring him to the Hopkinsville Asylum He has been In the asylum since that time until last week when he was transferred back to the rwnltentlary where he begins serving Ma term of 21 years The shooting which resulted In Powers killing Renfrow occurred in the yard of Dr J H Maxwell at Narrows and was without provocation if the statements of eye witnesses go for much Mr Renfrow had gone to the home of Dr Maxwell on a buslnej errand and while engaged In conversation with him Powers came on the scene He began talking to Renfrow in loud and boisterous terms about a trivial matter demanding that Ren frow fix it up at once Renfrow tried to waive the matter but Powers became insistent drew his pistol and fired three times all shots taking effect Mr Renfrow expired almost in stantly At the trial Powers plead selfde fense and Insanity but was found gully as before stated Old Negress Prediction Hawesville Ky April 2There Is considerable excitement among tho colored population of this towncaus ed by a prediction of Aunt Sally Owens an old colored woman made last night in which she says that the Ohio will again overflow Its banks and turn to petroleum and burn this section of the country Aunt Sally is regarded as a prophetess by her many followers They claim that she prophecled the last flood to a certainty Date Set For Hargis Trial Lexington Ky April 2Tine trials of Judge James Hargis Senator Alexander Hargis Elbert Hargis and Sher I l iff Ed Callahan all of Breathitt coun ty charged with the assassination of James Cockrlll were assigned today for trial May 7 Prosecutor Byrd of Winchester asked for that date It is expected that when the cases arc called they will be continued as Judge Hargis will be placed on trial for the alleged murder of Dr Cox at Sandy HookjElllott county on May 2S There weeks at least will be required for the Cockrill trial PLAN TO TEST- JUVENILE COURT ACT Hopkinsville Case Will be Taken to Court of Appeals for Final Determination Hopkinsville Ky April 2The for mal steps have been taken preparatory to the testing of the new Juven ile Court law in the case of Charles Tuck and Jim Moore two colored boys claiming to be thirteen and fourteen years of age who were convicted of throwing stones Into an Illinois Central passenger car In this county The Jury fixed as their punishment a fine of 200 each and one year in the penitentiary The attorney for the boys filed a motion for a new trial on the ground that the Circuit Court did not have Jurisdiction In the case as the new juvenile law expressly states that all prisoners under seventeen years of age shall be tried before a Juvenile Court This motion was overruled and an appeal was then prayed and granted The case will be presented to the Court of Appeals and the question whether or not the Juvenile Court shall try felony cases or in such In stances these shall be submitted to the Circuit Court will be passed upon This will be the first test of the new law and the decision of the high er court will be anxiously awaited No Apology Needed The fact that no Tariff disturbing movement Is now in sight Congress having adjourned without paying at tention to agitation in that direction is having an exhilarating influence on business affairs in various directions From iron manufacturers and steel mills come reports to the effect that new orders are coming in more rap Idirthan deliveries can possibly be made and in many important lines night and day operation are not sufficient to even keep up with current requirements This is a situation which makes necessary no apologies or explanations so tar as the advocates- of protection are concerned Cadillac Mich Express Vr 4 FINE SHOWINGFOR ANY H Praised By United States Officer at Annual Inspection List of Lucky Prize Winners The long looked for inspection of the local company of National Guards occurred Tuesday night at the rink Maj J C F Tillson United States Army with headquarters at Chicago and Assistant Ajt Gen Marvin Parent of Frankfort arrived In Hartford Tuesday afternoon to make the inspec tion This was the first time the boys had undergone this ordeal SJj much dreaded by all soldiers and it was to be expected that they would be a little nervous However they conducted themselves like old vets and elicited the praise of the Inspection officer and the large audience present to witness the maneuvers At eight oclock the company assem bled at the Court House and marched to the rink There they stacked arms and unfolded their camp equipment exhibiting every article for close scrutiny The boys had their cupsplates knives and forks shining like new silver After walking up and down the long line the officers were una ble to find a spot of rust or particle of dirt The company was then put difficult foot movements ShowIelllatter The grade was A No1 which Is the highest possible The boys were complimented for quickness snappy movement and good drill work On nil those points they were said to be ahead of the Leltchfleld company which has just been Inspected Capt DeWeese and the other officers are entitled to great credit for having given in Hartford and Ohio county such a creditable military organization to use Maj Tillsons own wordsono of which the citizens may well be proudPrizes were awarded by Col Parent for condition of individual equipment and general soldierly bearing among those who attended the Henderson encampment as follows Musician Allison Barnett Privates Seymour Bennett Lawrence GaryRoy Heavrin and Van Crabtree Among noncommissioned officers and new recruits Sergt Oscar Fle ner Sergt R W Tinsley and Private Ike Christian Special seats were provided for the parents sisters and sweethearts of the boys and many fair maidens looked on with excusable pride as well as admiration while the young soldiers showed off to good purpose The city officials newspaper representatives and a number of old soldiers were in vited guests Maj Tillson and Col Parent left Wednesday morning for Central City where they will Inspect Co F- FOR THE BUSY READER President Roosevelt will make the trip to Jamestown on April 25 on the yacht Mayflower and will be accompanied by Mrs Roosevelt their two younger sons and possibly Mss Ethel r I Mrs William Gollard escajietl death at Georgetown by suddenly stooping over to catch a chicken A stray huh let parted her hair and would have killed her had she been standing at the time II John C Tarpy Chief of Police of Winchester died from the effect of ai bullet wound received several days ago in a fight with an alleged thief during which he shot and killed his opponent According to reports from different parts of the State the Kentucky fruit crop has been materially damaged by the cold snap the first of the week j The fruit is said to have been destroyed in some localities II I Three men were killed and one wo man was fatally wounded In a knife and pistol fight at an Italian labor camp near Ashland Ky Sunday night The trouble was caused by a large quantity vof liquor being brought to the camp and consumed After escaping death three tines In railroad wrecks and being blown up by the explosion of a steam engine John L McGuire an engineer on the I C railroad died at his home in Pa ducah from a ruptured blood vessel caused by a fit of coughing Evidence showing that a twoweeks old baby was murdered by being thrown Into a creek in Fleming county was discovered at Ewingwhen an au topsy was held on the body of the child found a week ago and It Is pro bable that sensational developments may follow r The shaft and tipple of the West Kentucky Coal Companys mine at Sturgis was burned with a property loss of 100000 The fire was com municated to the shaft and the tim bering in the mine caught and burned all day Monday in spite of efforts to extinguish it The ground at the entrance to the mine Is caving In as a result of the burning of the wood supporting the opening II Bishop John C Cranberry of the Methodist Episcopal Church South died suddenly at his home in Ashland while sitting in a chair He was sev entysix years old and had begin Bishop since 1SS2 The death of Bishop Cranberry makes four bishops of the Methodist Episcopal Church South who have passed away during the past two years the others being Bishops Tigert Hargrove and Smith Bishop Duncan Is seriously sick and Is not expected to recover while Bishop Fitz geralds health is exceedingly feeble A New Business House For Hartford Messrs T R Barnard LIvermore and Berry L Taylor of Hartfordhavo procured the store building recently vacated by Long Company and will put In a stock of general merchandise They will leave for the markets the first of the week and will open up for jusines about April 15 Mr Barnard is an experienced merchant having been In the mercantile business for the past twenty years and now owns a large interest in stores at Smallhous and Livermore Mr Taylor Is an ac complished young man of excellent business attainments and is now en gaged as civil engineer for the Hartford Madlsonvllle and Eastern Rail road company Mr Barnard will as soon as possible close out his business at Liver more after which he will come to Hartford and devote his whole time to the business In the meantime the business will be in immediate charge of Mr Taylor and Mr Henry Long Owing to the lateness of the season the firm will not carry a complete stock until fall We bespeak for the new first an excellent business career Notice to Ice Customers- We will as before deliver ice In ten pound lots but will not put same in refrigerators unless customer takes as much as twenty pounds Less amount will be left at the gate- HARTFORD ICE CO SOAP VALUE The wrapping on fifty per cent of the toilet soaps sold costs as muchas the soap itself True soap value is not generally considered Why not pay for Soap Instead of the Wrapper REXALL TOILET SOAP is a purely vegetable oil soap made from the finest material and contains abso lutely no free alkali to dry up and wither the skin Its delicate perfume is pleasing to persons of refinement- It gives you the purchase money in Soaf Put up in plain blue wrap ping paper Three cakes iri a box toe per cake three cakes for 250 James Ii Williams StoreII i s I 4 J t iK- w It U 11ntfJO friQn b J Z 4 1 MIDST OF L NEW CONDITIONS Are The People of The East According Berney Preisdent Must Have Support of People If He Is To Save Them In the beginning it seems that God Joined law and equity but man hath put asunder This Is a fearful phrase but when we see and study the events and ex isting conditions of these times we have to admit that such is true When we see men everywhere becoming devoid of that human sympa thy that should exist in the bosom of every man actuated by avarice consecrate themselves to the theme of money making even to the extent of working a hardship on so many of our people we realize that the inhab itants of earth are in the midst of ne conditions It being evident that in these conditions abide no good thing for the great common people it be comes imperative that something should bo done to restore the system of commerce to the sovereign peo ple whore its belongs The question is what can be done The President seems to be using his energy In the course of restraint of corporate greed but what has he done what canlie do It la true sonic cases have been arraigned by the law and fined but what does this kind of punishment affect In most cases It is the peo ple that are punished and not the guilty party Suppose the manager of the oil trust was to be arraigned for a violation of law and Rued 2000000 how long at a ono cent rise per gallon on oil woul it take the people to pity the penalty This illustration will apply to many other corporations In this country 11o must remember that a very small mite laid on products by the small amounts to large sums as the following will show Take one cent per bushel Corn 2800000000 bushels 23000 000Wheat 5SOOOOOOOO biishols fSOO 000 Oats 7800000000 buihete 7SOO 000 Potatoes 2100000000 bushels 2 00000 Tobacco 600000000 pounds S 000So at one cent a bushel or pound this will amount to an enormous sum While this does not run at a just ratlo of course yet it goes to show what collossol stems can be collected just on these s1x products of the farm It is by drawing a little profit on each pound gallon bushel or dozeu that has made no many millionaires It is by the aid of these largo sums of money and combinations that som- are able to so operate these artlclecs iu commerce to make the price unfair to both producer and consumer Under these conditions with money the dominating power what can our President do With doubtful men enough In congress that for a few hundred or a few thousand dollars would submit to anything and thou have the audacity to call the bribe my attorney fee What then Is the remedy We shall not undertake to suggest a remedy for all of this but will offer instead a prophecy That unless by a combined effort of the great common people of this country throwing their sentiment with all other honorable means against those things they can unload themselves of this burden It Is beyond the power of man to stem the tide We liavp nothing hotter to offer through which to work out the details of such an undertaking than the American Society of Equity an organization of farmers and their friends the object of which is to procure better prices to atrlculturallsta and at the same time offering to stay within the con linen of equity And now while the President of the United States Is strik lug at these evils let us hold up his arms Lot the sentiment of the whole country be with him and bring to bear such a pressure that the parties by whom theso evils are wrought will realize that the people have rights that must be regarded and Inter ests that must be preserved JHBurn ey nl Central City Republican When your buck hurts It Is almost always a warning from your kidneys When your kidneys are wrong there li nothing so good as the use of De Witta Kidney and Bladder Pills They assist the kidneys Sold by all druggists m For Oil and Gas Central City Ky March 29C F Holdon of PittBburg Pa has secured a number of leases on lands near here to bore for oil and gas and will begin boring wells as soon as the machinery can bo Installed The lad leases lies on both sides of Green rive near w i Jrr 9 The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There Is a dIsease prevailing In tbt country most dangerous because so decop sized of tlveMany sudden bJItpneumonia or apopie are the resut of kidney disease 11 kidney trouble is a6 lowed to advance th- ekidneypoisoner blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure U obtained quickest by a proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feeling badly yon can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmer1 SwampRoot the great kidney and remedyIt to hold and scald Ing pain in passing It and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to manytimesextraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take andsold bv all druggists In fiftycent and onedollar You may have a sample bottle this wonderful new discovery and a that hear often liver urine book tells all about It both Home of SwampRoot sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle South Carrollton A good flow of gas has already been secured In two wells near here A Criminal Attack on an Inoffensive citizen is frequently made in that apparently useless little tube called the appendix Its generally the result of protracted con stipation following liver torpor Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver prevent appendicitis and estab lish regular habits of the bowels 2Sc at all Druggists drug store m PLANT BEDS NOT- BURNED PROPERLY One Cause of Grass and Weeds Coming up Says Preident Berry of A S of E Henry Derry president of the Da vless county union of the American Society of Equity does not believe that there Is a man In Davless county moan enough to sow grass seed In his neighbors plant bed Mr Berry wild In speaking of the reported destruction of plant beds in the eastern portion of the county that there had never been any lawlessnoss or vandalism In Daviess county by tho farmers and that he did not believe any would exist Mr Berry says that he does not believe that the plant bed which were ruined by grass seed were burned properly There Is a scarcity of wood and brush over the county said Mr Derry and tho farmers are not burning their plant beds as properly as they once did I have had grass seed to come Iii In my plant beds and I am sure that no one scattered the seed over the beds Thentoo the past two years havo been fine years for weed crops The seeds from weeds have been blown to places where weeds were never seen before If grass seeds were seen on top of the plant beds of course that Is pretty good evidence that they were scattered there by some person but I do not know that to be a fact- I feel confident that we have as law abiding set of farmers In Davless county as any county In Kentuckyand- I cannot believe that any member of the American Society of Equity would be guilty of destroying his neighbors property Omensboro Messenger Sayings of Shakespheare How sharper than a serpents tooth It Is to have a thankless child Love all trust a few do wrong to noneAlas that nans ears should be deaf to counsel but open to flattery Beauty provoketh thieves sooner than gold My chastity is the Jewel of my houseA frivolous wife makes a heavy husbandThe treasure Is spotless rep utation Small cheer and great welcome inaki a merry feast No legacy Is so rich as honesty If two men ride a horse one must ride behind He Jests at scars who never felt a woundWhen sleep visits sorrow It Is a comforterPresent fears are less than horri ble forebodings Costly thy clothing as thy purse can buy for the apparel oft proclaims the man o 0 B T ORIABean theTheKind You Hare Alwan Bought Signatcre cf J4 k i x9 OALORI6INATEUf FROM VEGITATION Which Was Brought Under Wa ter and Changed by Heat and Pressure Coal is believed to be made up of the remains of trees and plants which grew on the earth in dense for est before man or any other animal had appeared Changed by pressure dampness and heat this mass of veg etable matter became a kind of carbon mixed with bitumen It is sup posed that for thousands of years greater forest of plants grew up and died and were followed by other plants until the swamps and lowlands became filled up thick closely pack ed beds of vegetable matter These were In some way brought under wat er and then the vegetable matter rot ted and became packed so closely as to be turned into peat This was in time changed by heat and pressure Into a brown coal called lignite which by a third change became coal Coal Is divided into three kinds according to the amount of bitumen mixed with anthraciteIcoal which contains more bitumen than anthracite and cannel coal j which has the most bitumen Coal was used In Britain by time Romans I for smelting Iron and perhaps for warmingAbout the end of the thirtieth cen tury It was sent to London from Newcastle for use by smiths and trades people because wood land become scarce but people thought it poisoned the air and in 130G its use was ordered stopped by the King under penal ty of death The prejudice against coal continued In England down to the seventeenth century and In France to the nlneteeth It was not until 1812 that the way to burn anthracite coal In furnaces was found out In 1817 Joseph White and Erkine Haz ard who had a factory for making wire at the falls of the Schuylklll in Pennsylvania got a lease of coal land in the Lehigh Valley for an ear of corn a year so little did people know of its value In 1S20 they sent 3G3 tons to market In 1S27 a railroad was built from their mines to Mauch Chung It was a gravity road The cars ran down by their own weight and were hauled back by mules Since then coal mining has become one of the greatest Industries and coal has become one of the most necessary and most useful articles in i tho world I Rest IB the great restorer We tire our muscles by exercise and then rest t6 restore them yet a great many of us do not stop to think how little rest we give to our stomachs As a usual thing no part of our bodies is so generally overworked as our di gestive organs A tired and overworked stomach will give signs of distress to which we pay no heed until at last Dyspepsia takes hold In digestion Is just a warningof further consequences Kodol Is a most thor ough stomach relief It digests what yon eat and gives the stomach the needed rest and greatly assists in re storing It to Its normal activity and usefulness Kodol Is sold on a guar antee relief plan It Is sold here bull druggists m Southern Cotton Manufacture and Protection- It will double interest and surprise the majority of even well Informed people to learn that South Carolina ranks second among the cotton manu facturing States and North Carolina third Had John C Calhoon been told that this would be the case In the earliest part of tho twentieth century he would havesald Impos sible and yet In a few years the South will far outrank the North In the production of cotton goods and It should outrank the world The lat ter however is possible only under ono condition continued Protection Not yet can the South manufacture the finer grades produced in Lancashire and Massachusetts but in time it will be able to Ifwe have con tinued Protection The present rates are tOQ low as is shown by annual Importations exceeding 5Q000000 In value We have free raw material In this one indus try We have every aQvantage of proximity In coal for power as well as material and yet we send our cot ton abroad to be made into cloth more than 50000000 worth of which we buy back It Is the most significant lesson in any American Indus tryTwentyfive years ago the value of tho product of South Carolina cotton mills was 30000000 Today It is nearly 60000000 Twentyfive years ago the value of the product in the mills of North Carolina was less than a million and a half Today it is over 50000000 In Georgia the value of the product today is nearly 40 000000 The Increase in capital in vested in number of employees and In wages corresponds with the in crease in value of product The Increase will continue ifPro tection continues Revision of the Tarlff raeans a blow to Southern In dustry If revision comes it will not be confined to a single schedule it will reach all schedules It will be well for the voters of the South to understand this and join the party that safeguards American Industries and American labor Hard Times In Kansas The old days of grasshopers and drouth are almost forgotten in tine prosperous Kansas of today athough a citizen of CodellEarl Shamburg has not forgotten a hard time he en countered He saysI was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no relief till 1 tried Dr Kings Now Discovery It took less than one bottle to cure me The safest and most reliable cough and cold cure and lung and throat healer discovered Guaranteed by all Druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free m REAL ESTATEIf dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us Note These Bargains Ninety acres of land on Rough river near Clear Run J 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 3 miles from Green river 1J 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 2 acre All out buildings and good water Price reasonable One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain 402 acres near White Run adjacent to the I C R R half Caney Creek bottoms all cleared good orchard two good wells price reasonable a bargain for some one further infor mation furnished on application Splendid twostory dwelling In Hartford on Washington street only one square from Court House and new depot site 100 acres 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms information fur easy any further nished on application A farmer of 120 acres on the twoI45 acres in fine shape for cultivation this year rest well kept Good dwelling and out buildings all kinds of fruit and one of the best water ed places in the county 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch 1 CJR R 70 acres up land bal bottom wr uu n y uv uaUlIIS- 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 roomstwo nice halls Lot 100 feet front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Predrica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash baance in 12 months A bargain The 84acre tract of land recent ly purchased by J H Hickman Owensboro from the trustee of Hi C Powers situated in the Concord neighborhood five miles eastof HartfordList property with us We will find a buyer I BRRNETT 1 8NIY Republican Office Hartford Ky Incorporate- dMANUFACi1RESTILE FAMOUS I EGYPTIAN CEMENT VAULTS And puts them in the grave The only absolutely perfect vault made It is watertight airtight ver min and wormproof The greatest invention of the S age If you desire to layaway the dead in the most satisfactorymanner you will certainly demandone S of these vaults Manufactured right here in Hart ford BLACK BIRKHEAD Mgrs1 W 1VC1VUIIn1VV I J s Wilt1JUeFliJmeletl 5 It means the hottest and cleanest flame produced by any stove is the flame the New Perfection Oil Stove gives the instant a lighted match is ap pliedno delay no trouble no soot no dirt For cooking the FNEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove is uriequaled It gives quick results because its heat is highly concentrated Cuts EveryIers write to our nearest agency The bestLunickeledLPerfectly roomEverydealers writo to our nearest agency STANDAKD OIL COMPANY LNOOVOBATEB You can read this ad twentyfive ways and each statement is trueI I f noiselessIThe straightline Iceyboardis the most rapid The complete keyboard is the most easily learned j The rockshait constructed is the most durable THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER GoeIne 821 Pine Street St Louis M- issouriltiI I t rI w 0 A 4 I r i td I I r a l1 t Ya 1- iv ci h I IA t 1 x- r Y f I WOMAN WHO IS HER OWN MOTHER Married Three Brothers Di vorced From Each r JBut That Wasnt all She Then Married Father of Her Three Divorced Husbands Joe Prlmra n resident of Martin Tennessee and his three sons John Jim and Jack have had quite an event f fut career in the matrimonial line Their next door neighbor was Spruce Williams and Spruce had a daughter born on the same day the youngest Primm boy was born and they had been reared together and played with each other every day of their uneventful lives Some ten years ago or more John the elder of the Prlmm boys felt that he was old enough to get married and on looking over the field he found none that suit ed his taste better than his playmate from youth and he paid her court and in due time the ceremony was performed She cane to the Primm household which had stood for a long time in great need of womanly care and assumed her duties In due time a child was born a boy and he was named John Prlmm Jr Differences soon arose however and one day she took her child and returned to the parental roof declar ing she could not longer live with her husband He tried to induce her to return but she would not and so af ter two years he filed a bill charging desertion and obtained a divorce By this time Jim Prlmm came to the conclusion that It was time for him to take unto himself u wife He had never stirred around among the young people to any great extent and his acquaintance was extremely lim ited among the female sex But there was one woman that he was acquaint ed with and that was Mrs Mary Primmthe divorced wife of his broth er John He laid the matter before her and In due time they were mar ried and she returned to the house she had left some two years before as the wife of Jim Prlmm Her first husband made no objection and things ran along nicely for some twelve months when another boy was born and he was called Jim Prlmm after his father Soon after this howeverhousehold trouble came up and her husbandin a fit of anger took a buggy whip and gave her a threshing whereupon she took her two children and left and filed a bill In court for divorce and obtained the same She lived quietly for a year or more at home attend ing to her own business In the meantime Jack the younger of the Primm boyshad become of age and got it Into his head that he ought to marry He had always been In love with his sisterinlaw although she had been the wife of his brothers and he called on her At first she ob Jectedbut he Insisted and finally they were married She got her things to gether and a third time resumed her station in the household she had twice filled before as MrsPrlmm No particular objection was entered by the two elder brothers and she went ahead with the housework for them till In due time a child was born also a boy and he was called Jack Primm Jr in honor of his father Christmas came on and a jug was ordered After all had imbibed pret ty freely they got into a dispute about the relative mental capacity of the children John Primm Sr declared that John Primra Jr was the peach of the bunch Jim Primm Sr stated that Jim Primm Jr was the whole cheese while Jack Primm Sr ve hemently announced that Jack Prlmm Jr Lad already forgotten more at the ago of six months than the other two children would ever know A free for all fight was indulged In ending up in Jack Primm beating up his wifes head with a pot lldhaving got ten It Into his head In sqme way that she had sided with his brothers and their children against him and Jack Primm Jr In the quarrel She took all three of the children and left for home and refused to return Jack tried to get her back but she would not come and he got a divorce from her on the ground of desertion In the meantime her father and mother died In some way they had lost their place The mother died first and then the father The day old Spruce Williams was burledold man Joe Primm attended the funeral On his return home he stopped at the Williams place now in the hands of aliens He saw the divorced wife of his three sons In her anguish and sorrowand hjs heart went out to her He told her of his respect and tender ness for her and that as slue had no home and was without friends he would take her In and take care of her If she would become his wife There being no legal objection in a lew days they were married Last I 1 tdj 11p A Bold Stop To overcome the woll grounded and reasonable objections of the more inter ligent to the use of secret medicinal corn pounds Dr R V Picric of Buffalo N- Ye some time ago decided to make a bold pursuedbymestic use andxSo has published broad cast and o y to the whole world a full and compfftto 11s Vof all the Ingredients entering Intptho composition of his widely celebrated ixpdlamcs Thus he has taken intoMsmovcdhlaCiedlcIncs from among secret nostrnyrof doubtful merits and made of Known Composition J A V 1 a s show thafli emu o- Mj to su act t hem Not does the wrapper of every bottlo of Dr Pierces Discovery the torpidliverwherever located hare printed upon U in allthobook has been compiled from numerous standard medical works all tho different schools of practice containing numerous extracts from the writings of loading practitioners of medicine endorsing ntj lnftrodient freotoby letter to Dr It Y FlorcgDRalo N Y and requesting the same From this little medicinesagents or other poisonous or injurious agents and that they are made from native medici oftheDr Tierces Favorite Prescription for weak nervous overworked rundown nervous and debilitated women were employed long years ago by tho Indians for ailments affecting their squaws In fact ono of tho IntothoasSQuowWccd modlclnol processesefficient remedy for regulating all the womanly functions correcting displacements aspro apsus antcverslon and rotorvcrslon overcoming painful periods toning up thenerves and bringing about a perfect state of health fold br Sill 1Oeie yin medlglaeS week for the fourth time the woman entered this home as Mrs Primm and assumed her duties at the head of the household There was no seriou- objection upon the part of the boys and they took in the situation as a matter of fact The three children also returned with her and each night each child sleeps with his fath erAll appear to be happy and con tented and it looks as if their mat rimonial troubles were settled In the meantime Mrs Primm as the wife of her present husbandis al so at the same time the mother of he three other husbands She is not only the mother of her three children but also their grandmother Being th wife of the father of her three hus bands she is by marriage herself her own mother iSNothing so good as Cascasweet writes a mother who has used It It saved my babys life writes another Cascasweet Is a vegetable corrective for the disorders of a childs stomach Contents on the bottle in plain Eng lish 50 does for 25 cents Recom mended by all druggists m MEDALS FOR HEROES OF SPANISH WAR Uncle Sam Trying to Locat- Those Who Helped to Lick the Spaniards Did you fight with the American navy or the marines against the Spanish In the waters of the West Indies If so youre entitled to a medal and If you havnt already received It just hold up your hand and answer Here The Navy Department according to a circular posted is looking forever man who helped to whip the Spaniards and it has several hundred medals on hand of which it wishes to dispose Heroes who risked their lives In the service of their country have been advertised forbut still the most of them have failed to answer the honor call roll The officials of the Bureau of Nav igation are anxious to locate all the former officers of the navy as well as the enlisted menboth of the reg ular and volunteer establishments who took part in any of the engage ments In the West Indian waters By a legislative resolution of March 3 1901 the Secretary of the Navy was authorized to Issue bronze medals commemorative of naval en gagements In the waters of Cuba daring the SpanishAmerican war A board of awards submitted a list of engagements which they deemed of sufficient Importance to commemorate awarding medals but the Secretary enlarged the list so as to in clude all officers and men who were under fire In those waters 0 A REPLICA OF INDEPENDENCE HALL Will be Seen at Jamestown Exposition Otber Colonial Structures Fur nished by The State Will- I Exemplify History If you should arrive at the exposi tion grounds In a small boat you would step ashore from Smith har bor at Discovery landing and find yourself standing in Raleigh square looking down a broad vista of low symmetrical Colonial buildings toward the auditorium To the right and to the left stretching along the shore of Chesapake bay are the State buildlngsiPennsylvanlas a re plica of Independence hall Massa chusettss a counterpart of the orig inal State house in Bostonwhere the constitution of the United States was adopted Ohios an exact reproduc tion of the first store house built west of the Alleghanies Georgias a reproduction of Bullock hall where President Roosevelts mother wa born and at the far end of the line in a thick grove of tall pines Ien tuckys State exhibitDaniel Boones fort and stockade Such of the State buildings are in ninny instances models of the homes of well known citi zens Connecticut for Instance re produces the house of Benjamin Tall mage Maryland that of Charles ofsIndependence while Virginia Louis iana Missouri and other commonwealths have built Colonial mansions of charming and dignified architect ural effect Beyond that portion of the main esplanade which has been named Raleigh square are fountains la goons trees shrubbery and various pleasant effects of landscape garden standrmachinery hall and the palace of manufactures and arts Farther on risesethe auditorium building with its Imposing white colonade and low flat dome flanked on either side of the historical arts and education build ings Here are the administration officesand here will also be held the various conventions and meetings of hnIlos1Ingranged dates are The International Association of Chief of Police the association the American Peanut con gress the National Congress of Mothers the Association of Seaboard Air- Line Surgeons etc The features which the exposition people like most to talk about are the wulclieare to continue practically all sum mer Chesapeake bay is to be full of warships and vast areas both with In and without the exposition grounds have been set aside for military encampments All sorts of soldiers are to be on view from real soldiers down to tin soldiers The war de partment will probably have a mixed brigade In camp all summer the West Point cadets are to visit the ex position In June the Anapolis cadets later A parade ground of thirty acres probably the largest anywhere will be the theater of evolution for all these warriors and in between times the Knlgts of This That and the Other will have a chance to shakeout their feathers and do prize drills The Naval display will be in Hampton Rhoads and it is supposed that more ships of all kinds and national ities will salute Fortress Monroe this summer than have burnt powder In those waters since the Columbus cel ebration of 1892 Our own entire North Atlantic squadron and more will gather for the opening ceremo nies and ships from England France Germany Japan Russia Brazil etc are expected from time to time until November The Japanese vessels under vice Admiral Ijuln sailed February 28 from Yoko hama and are expected to attack Jamestown in force some time in May capturing the public school exhibit without loss of life and occupy i ing the California building on the an nlversary of the earthquake Boat races the crew of va I rious nationalities will form a part of j oooooooooooooThat hacking coughcontinues Because your system is exhaustedand 0your powers of resistance weakened 0Take Scotts Emulsion 0 It builds up and strengthens your entire system oltcontainsCod Liver Oiland Hypophosphites so 0c- D it is easy to take and easy to digest IIALL DRUGGISTS 50e AND 100 00000000000000000000000000 N r J Zrc JIt the regretta program There will al so be races for submarine boats These will furnish much excitement to the fish in the Chesapeake bay but probably the only way for humans to watch the contest will be to put on bathing suits and get under water The crowd along shore looking at the smooth sea will feel like the small boy outside the fence during a base ball game All the good qualities of Elys Cream Balm solid are found In Liquid Cream Balm which is intended for use In atomizers That It is an un failing cure for Nasal Catarrh Is prov ed by an everIncreasing mass of testimony It does not dry out nor rasp the tender airpassages It allays the Inflamation and goes straight to the root of the disease Obstinate old cases have been cured In a few weeks All druggists 75c including spraying tube or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York NEGOTIATIONS BEGUN FOR SETTLEMENT Between Wagon Manufactur ers and Union Men Who Have Been Fired sJ D Wood of Central City Is In Owensboro In the capacity of committee from the labor organizations to attempt to bring about a settle ment of the existing disputes between the Carriage and Wagon Workers union and the carriage and wagon manufaturcers of Owensboro says last Saturdays Owensboro Messenger lie has begun work along this line and believes that he is malting progress toward an amicable and satisfactory adjustment Mr Wood said last night that the business men of the city or those of them that he has been able to see thus farhave prom ised him their support He is not in position as yet to report any definite propositionMr Is well known In Owens boro having for a number of years been prominent In labor circles He comes to Owensboro with letters from buslnes men over the districtassur ing the Owensboro manufacturers that if they enter Into negotiations with him he will act with the utmost conservatism and fairness The misunderstanding between the Carriage and Wagon Workers union and the employers of the members began several months ago Shortly after the organization was formed the factories closed down and when they were again opened only nonunion men were employed A number of men were thrown out of employment Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh CureF J CHENEY CO Toledo 0 knownIbelieve him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm- WALDIXG KIXAX MARTIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surface of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation in MultiMillionaires Who Have Had Poor Fathers The father of Andrew Carnegie aIweaver barely able to supply the humblest of necessaries for his small family and when steam looms came to supplant hand weaving he was compelled to sell his looms and his few sticks of furniture and takes his boys to Ameri ca where he found employment as a weaver In one of the cotton factories rf Allegheny City and where one of I is sons little though he dreamed it vas to u mass one of the Most col cssal fortunes the world has ever knownThe father of John D Rockefeller whose wealth today Is said to be at least double that of even MrCarnegle cultivated a few barren acres in Tioga county New York and added a little to the family exchequer scanty enough at the best by sending out his boys to hoe and plow and husl corn for neighboring farmers W A Clark the copper king of Montana whose fortune is variously I estimated at from 40000000 to fabu i moue figures some even credit him with an Income of 20000 a day isI the son of a small Pennsylvania far- I mer who probably never cleared 500 I In any single year of his life and for whom the future millionaire did I t the hardest of farm labor until years after ho had reached manhoodi CaSXOftlABeam thetheKind You Have Always Bought Signature l AcI I The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been In uso for ocr 30 years has borne the signature of and has been made under his per J I sonal supervision since its infancy Allow no ono todeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger tIle health of Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures DIarrl1 a and Wiutl Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates time Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CINTAUR COMPANY IT MeAT THIIT NEW YORK CITY w OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week 0wensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN teeBLACK BIRKHEAD UNDERTAKERSWe including the fine funeral car and have added new Caskets and Supplies to suit any occasion We keep in our employ an experi enced embalmer and funeral director and can meet any require ment at any hour We invite your custom BLACK BIRKHEAD Capital StoCk 25000 urplllS S Profitsl2500 dayto12monthsCome In DIRECTORSGabe Felix Jim Polk Stevens Z Wayne Gr fin 4 37f 7iAF I I NI a I I f t m i WKAjA a tvA t TA rw 4 PINS PIANOSI r I I cii4 I 1- r I J r t iI ta Entire Stock of Pianos Organs Graphophones Records Piano Stools Scarfs Store Fixtures Safej Office Desk Etc Must be Sold During This Sale Commencing Monday April 8th and Continuing Until April 18thTen Days We will offer our entire Stock of Pianos and Organs at FACTORY PRICES Everything must be sold We are going out of the Piano business and are going to dispore of everything during this sale if low prices and eary terms will do it This will be a rare opportunity for you to secure a Piano or Organ at factory and on practically your own terms We quote t a few prices which will give you an idea of the wonderful bargains we will offer I PIANOSPe- terWebb Co Square good condition 1500- J t C G Fisher Square fine tone 2500 Stanley cC Co nearly new 5000 Kimball upright mahogany used was 350 now 16700 Rembrandt uprightoakrented short time300 18600 Sherman upright mahoganynew was 250 now 16300 Jepson upright mahoganynew was 350now 19800 I 18700Our regular regular regular regular regular ORGANSSpe- cial Specialchapel During this sale you can buy an on terms as low as 5 and 250 per and pianos as low down and 5 per II MONDAY MORNING 8 at 8 oclock montht5I I Iwo1m BRYANT M CO t Hartford tuned by the Hnrtlonl ruWlnblng Company INCOBPOBAVED C SI K UtN KTT Killlori C E HtIIIUH E pno c Cumberland t34- EQuch 2ror FRIDAY APRIL 5 ExSenator Spooner seems almost popular enough to nominate for Vice President Politics In Ohio will be worth going miles to see when that ForakerTaft scrap is In full blast When asked to give his opinion on the situation David B Hill asked Where is It s There Is still time to have a good attack of spring fever before summer makes its appearance Some of the jokes about the caster bonnet are old enough to be buried and bad enough to escape annual res urrection Dr Wiley says that old whisky is the only safe thing There are so ninny people who are not willing to wait until it gets old That 75000 Republican majority in the Michigan State election Monday does not look much like the country Is going pell mell for Bryan 6 Those San Francisco grafters had to be shaken loose by an earthquake It will bo pretty hard on honest peo pie but we suspect that is Louisvilles only hope m A friend of Mr Bryan declares the+ Nebraskans eye is clearer than ev er However we doubt whether he can see his finish any better than he did in 1000 lG t r During a parade in a Texas town a Yew days ago Senator Bailey rode in a carriage drawn by four milk white horses as a tribute to the pa d rlty of his politics rit + Hartford needs a building ordinance i badly People have very poor en 4- u i I y t 7 4Y r couragement to erect good houses if some one is to be permitted to place 1a fire trap adjoining them j Our town should have a half dozj en factories to start in with the com t pletion of the railroad However unless we organize and extend encour i agement to all such enterprises I i they will pass by on the other side I Covington Post publishes the IIThe of a poll among Kentucky Re I for President Senator and Governor According to It the result j showed a majority for Taft with Fairbanks a close second In the Pres ideritial race and Wilson far in the I lead for Governor Bradley had the call for United States Senator ExPresident Cleveland wants us to let up on the railroads and smash I the tariff some more There are too may persons still living who have a I vivid recollection of Mr Clevelands 1893 smashing record for his sugges tion to meet with serious considera tion It will be rememJJ red that very few persons or things ehcaped that smash In the death of Hon G A Growo of the country has lost one of its oldest and most revered Statesmen Mr Growo was eighty three years old and was a friend and cotemporary of Abraham Lincoln lIe was one of the founders of the pa ty and supported Fre mont for President in 1856 He began his career in Congress in ISul and served almost continuously for half a century In the municipal elections held the first of the week in several States the Republicans made notable galas In Chicago Busse the Republican candi date for Mayor was elected by a ma jority of 13000 also a majority of the I City Council The contest was a fierce one and Dunne tho Democratic can didate who was running for reelec tion had the personal support of WmI R Hearst His defeat is consequently hailed by many as another black eye for Hearstlsm and public owner ship The Chicago ElectionI The Chicago election returns which Our regular 300 Pianos now 20600 Our 325 Pianos now 23300 Our 350 Pianos now V26900 Our 400 Pianos nOv 30800 Our 450 Pianos now 33800 Our 500 Pianos now 37000 chapel style walnut case 1000 organ Democratic announce tho election of Frederick Busse Republican as Mayor and en tire Republican ticket show that the voters have repudiated Hearst Hearst ism municipal ownership and all the quacks and quack remedies for Chica gos internal maladies It is fall to presume that tho new specialist Dr Busse has diagnosed Chicagos ills and will apply the remedy that mill bring speedy and permanent re liefIt was Hearst who foisted Schmltz and his boodling gang on San Francisco It was Hearst who threw a scare into the country when his candidacy for the Presidency in 1104 assumed a dignity out of all proportion to its merits It was Hearst who threw the nation into a frenzy when lie ran for Governor of New York State In fact Hearst is the political fas clata stcgomyia of the nation In political seasons he is omnipresent lIe stings His stings is something fatal but thanks to the people there are sufficient antidotes In the national ballot box The Chicago election docs not mean that Hearst or Hearstlsm is deadIts merely the Lodges- A lodge of Red Men will boJnstltut ed in Hartford as soon as the Charter and necessary supplies can ho reedy ed The organization of this lodge ia tho result of the efforts of Mr Davia Moskovitz of Louisville At a meeting of the proposed members last Mon day night the following officers were selected Prophet U G Raglarid Sachem S A Bratcher Senior Sage more 1V M HudsOIi Junior Saga more R W King Keeper of Wam pum John W Taylor Chief of Rec ords J Ney Foster a Rough River lodge K of P had a good attendance Tuesday night at the regular weekly meeting One petition for membership was received Tho building committee reported the accep tance of the lodges offer to the Masonic lodge for an effort to build a union hall The news was received with very great pleasure by tho mom hers The committee on memorial services has secured the contentof Elder W B Wright to preach a sermon for the lodge the first Sumlay in June at whfch time the graves Of s 1 Corner Third and Main Sts J fU MIA a z OWENSBORO Ky1 lIIP A w A will Knights hurled in Oakwood cemetery he decoratde sa Hartford Lodge No G7 F C A M held a largely attended meeting Mon lay afternoon and night The work was begun at 3 oclock in the after noon and the Entered Apprentice de gree was conferred on two candidates Su per was served in the lower Hall at 7 oclock by the committee compos ed of W H Moore Hooker Williams and E L Bullington More than fifty members and guests were treated to a most delightful repast After which the Fellow Craft and Master Mason degree were conferred Four appli cations for membership were receiv ed Old GiG is humming The propo sition from the K of Ps for a union hall was accepted provided satisfac tory plans and details can bo arrang ed The matter was referred to the building committee Tho two build ing committees met Tuesday afternoon and elected Rowan Holbroqk chairman and E M Woodward secretary of the Joint committee Subcommittees were appointed to report plans for a build ing for joint agreement and to devise financial plan vra The Lady Maccabees of Sunshine Hive No 42 will meet at lodge hall tonight All members are urged to be present I p p u City Council Wipes out DebtI At a meeting of the City Council Wednesday night the balance of the old debt amounting to about 1GOO was directed paid and other claims on ac count of current expenses to the ex tent of 000 were allowed leaving about 1100 in the Treasury The sewerage committee reported that the survey now being made by Engineer Cooper will not be ready for sometime and tho committee was contin ued The scales reported and was discharged An ordinance seeking to close up all places of bus- Iness including soda fountains etc on Sunday was presented and defeated by a voto of three to one OB- oarflthe sdTOR = dBoughtySignature 0 r t 1- tJ t ifr r Special chapel style walnut case 1500 Specialchapel style walnut case 1800 style case 2000 Our regular 60 Organs now 4700 Our regular 65 Organs now 4900 Our regular 70 Organs 5100t f Our regular 75 Organs now 5400 Our regular 80 Organs now 5800 Our regular 85 Organs now 6400 down month asIO I SALE COMMEMCES APRIL IIta Republican Pennsylvania Republican dyingAmong committee walnut ED CALLAHAN FAILS TO APPEAR AT COURT And Bond For Appearance Con tempt Proceedings is Forfeited Winchester Ky April 1At the opening of the Clark Circuit Court today the case of former Sheriff Ed Callahan of Breathitt county charged with contempt of court In assisting to run off witnesses In the Marcum Hargis damage suit was called He did not respond and his bond of 1 000 was declared forfeited The bond of R G Mitchell of Madison county charged with forgery was also declared forfeited- A peculiar case is now pending During the trial of the famous Mar cumIIargls suit Felix Feltner de posited 1000 in a local hank He givenIa man whom he did not Iknowmoney it was B Full French a codefendant of Feltner has sued him for attorneys fees and attached the money in bank while Mose Feltner alleges that the money had been paid jto him and placed by him in the hands of Felix Feltner for safe keep Ing Epwor th League- An important meeting of the Ep worth League Is called for 630 p m at the Methodist church next Wednesday Every member is urged to at importance 9 College Notes The Adelphiana literary society met in regular session last Friday afternoon It being election evening tho following officers were elected C RBennett President D B Patterson Vice President Robert Taylor Sec retary Leslie Greer Sargent at Arms William Griffith Treasurer I Taynor I aU1OOfiU12 1D07 Everybody IB invjted Wo i jl tK f hope all will come There will be a very interesting program The pro gram Is as follows 1 Music Gary and Liles UaryKeown3 Recitation Andrew Glenn 4 DebateResolved That the Rail roads Should be Owned and Controlled by the Government Affirmative Ronday Wade Arthur Burdette Neg ative Otto Martin Ney Foster o Music Gary and Liles s C Questions and Answers Will Grif J jt fith and Ben Patterson 7 Recitation Loney Taylor 8 Instrumental SoloMiss Aro Gardner 9 Dialogue Leslie and Onis Greer 10 PaperC R Bennett Evans Polals Wayne Midkiff and D 0 Brown HarolclrHolbroolson debate and five minutes for each champion to reply Everyone invit ed OTTO C MARTIN RONDAY WADE ROBERT TAYLOR Committee d 1Doctors If you are suffering from impure blood thin blood debility nervousness exhaustion you should begin at oncetwith Ayers Sarsaparllla the Sarsaparilla you have known tt doctorknows bowelbpobnnous thusprereutingth gentlyallMAd D by 1CdyerCoLowell lllua Jnanuoiurori of I HAIR VIGOR elfp I1 AGUE CURE ifers CHCRRV SECTORAL pubUbtbe ir LCH EI B 8B B BB gR3sc3 D w B FAIRS y I CLOTHINGIi I m We have recently connected the store for mercy occupied by Sam i Bach with ours and same will be run a- sIan i j exclusive uptodate Furnishings De Our aim be to keep only the very best high grade Mens Clothing and Furnishings at reasonable prices Ex elusive styles in Uloath ing exclusive styles in Hats exclusive styles in Shoes It will be allItimes to keep this de El i payment filled with I reIfble goods as well c as painstaking courteous salespeo I 1mani to wait on you invite comparison S in both quality and price Fairs Shoes Priesmeyer Shoes for Cf Boys Courtney and our famous BurroJap Correct Shape Shoes for Men Wmmmr I we are sure to please you Call ancUsee theme f1- Jfij m Tradeat Headquarrers OJ WIbPbj271Y 1Y 9 11la a sadaQO Hartford Republican FRIDAY APRIL 5 i Central RallroadTlmor jtillinoisi Table Non Ii Itouiul SoiiinUoHiiil- NolS2diieC0 Riii No121 dualliSl nm NoIZdutlll30 p m No 101 due 248 p w No 102 due 243 p in No 131due8pm- My What nice Lunches you get at City Restaurant Ice Cream Sherbet and cold drinks at pitY Restaurant Mr J W Benton Beda was a very pleasant caller Tuesday Smart Suits for Young Men in Fairs Furnishing Department 4Buy your Children Suits at Fairs Their styles are tho latest h Mr S M Dexter Centertowncalled tosee us while In town Monday Mr H P Taylor Is making some t repairs on his office on Center street 1 Shingles and odd size Windows and Doors a specialty HARTFORD MILL CO Why do folks go to Fairs for Mil i t livery Their styles are better their f prices lower i City Restaurants Steak FishOys i t ter and Ham Meals with trimmings t I1 are simply fine Esq W REdge Fordsville and 7E q Ben Chamberlln No Creekwere r pleasant callers Wednesday t Leave your order at City Restau l r rant Saturday for Cream or Sherbet r I for Sunday Free delivery e4 Retail price on Flour vorylgw Jo BeatPatent 440 per barrel Famil- yFlour304 HARTFORD bIILLO7- t The Ohio cbuntyvGraln rowers Ask soclatibn blit marl interesting meeting at the office pf Judge W B Taylor I tetiSaturday u rLil i Sti xa7 Ice Cream and Sherbet at City Res taurant Try Miss Lyda Morton for Hats at Carson S Cos Visit Fairs Co and lOc Basement 25c values there The best assortment of Wash Goods and Val Laces are at Fairs Mr E J Leach Beda called to see us while in town Tuesday I Miss Bertha Pirtleof West Hartford called to see us last Saturdayj I WANTED Boarders by the day or week MRS T M TAYLOR I Mr Alonzo France Smallhouscalled- to see us while in town MondayI City Restaurant is serving tho most delicious Ice Cream and Sherbet City Restaurant makes Oyster Stew that would tickle a wooden man Keep the flies out Get your Screens of Hartford bull Co They make all sizes tf Rev J A Lewis has returned from a few weeks sojourn at Diamond Springs Mr J M Rogers and grandson Mas tel E J Morrison city called to see us Wednesday Miss Pearl Thomas left Monday for Cadiz Ky where silo will be the guest of her sister Mrs W J Pursley Mrs Mr L HeavVin went to Owens boro Tuesday to be with her sister Mrs L C Leach who is quite ill The Hartford Mill Co wants to sell you tiny material you need to build or repair your house Roofing very Cheap Our job department has turned out I for Mr John P Foster his annual an nouncement of his Barred Plymouth Rocks y Mr J W Stevens Uticawasthe guest of relatives at Beaver Dam and Beda the latter part of the week and the first of this I See Fairs Men s Hats in their Furnishing Department V If you are in need of furniture come to Carson Co I Visit Fairs Clothing Department for an uptodate Suit Esq W P Miller Horse Branch called to see us yesterday Buy the Burro Jap guaranteed pat ent leather Shoes at Fairs Call at Fairs for Millinery They show new goods every week Mr James A Bowling Narrowswas a pleasant caller Wednesday Scotch Ginghams and Batistesthe best to be hadat Carson Cos For Mens Fancy Hosiery call at Fairs Mens Furnishing Department Mr W H Lawton South Carroll ton called to see us while here Wed nesday Mr S T Williams Rob Roymade us a pleasant call while In town Wednesday Read E P Barnes BrosMajestlc1 Baking Demonstration ad on the 8th page Call at Fairs for your new Low Cut Shoes Always the latest things shown Miss Iva Taylor and Miss Lillie Patterson city were pleasant callers Wednesday Wool season will soon open and we wil be in the market either for Jcash or trade CARSON CO Mrs S T Stevens is erecting a new residence instead of the one which was greatly damaged by fire on January 18th Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry 46tf The third Quarterly meeting for Hartford circuit will be held at Liber ty Saturday and Sunday April 20 and 21- Mrs A K Anderson and Miss Flos sie Woodward were the guests of relatives in Owensboro the first of the week Our stock of Woolen Silk and Wash Dress Goods was never better Visit us before buying elsewhere CARSON CO Mr John Pendleton Taylora student of the Young Mens Training School at Louisville is the guest of his pars ents Mr and Mrs H P Taylor Mr R H Cummings of Paradise has sold his farm and will dispose of his personal property today and will leave In a few days for Itley Texas Mr Lee Long who recently closed out his Mercantile business here and opened up at Bowling Green Is in Hartford looking after business mat ters If you want a suit of clothes that you can depend on and that you can buy at the right price dont stop un til you come to us I CARSON CO After a few days visit here Mrs P D Fuquay returned to her home at Nashville Tenn last Friday She was accompanied by her cousin Miss Bessie Collins Miss Fannie Cox returned Wednes day from an extended visit to her sis ter Mrs Mary White at Charleston Mo Miss Fannles runny friends wel come her home Messrs Black Birk1keep in their employ an experienced em balmer and funeral director who is prepared to meet all requirements at any hour 30tf Pay your subscription to The Republican and assist your sister wife sweetheart or daughter to go to tIll Jamestown Exposition free See particulars elsewhere in these columns Dr S J Smith proprietor of the McHenry Manufacturing and Machine Works has recently perfected and hat patented a lubricating coal mine car Wheel which Is given up to be the bes mine car wheel In use The Pension Board composed ofI Drs J S Smith McHenry S U Taylor Beaver Dam and S J Wed ding Hartford held its regular meet ing at the latters office in Hartford Wednesday Only one applicant John Nix Jingo was examinedi Mr George Jones neighborhood has purchased from County Clerk wy S Tinsley what is known as the W P Bennett farm on Rough River six miles northeast ofj Hartford Mr Jones has sold his farm at Roxey and will move to his new place this fall Black Birkhead who have purI unIdertakersfuneral car have added new caskets and supplies and are prepared to furnish same on short notice They handle from the cheapest to the best I almost reasonable prices 30tf I aY Mr WC Liles Beda made us a Jpleasant call last Saturday h Yardwide Taffeta 100 per yard all colorsat Carson Cos For Lace Curtains Rugs Matting and Carpets see Carson Co Mr H M Daniel Beaver Damcalled to see us while In town Monday Esq J Harve Williams Taylor Mines made us a pleasant call Wed nesday yMr G M Harrison Barretts Fer townsHartI called to see us while in town last Saturday It is surely convenient when you dont feel like cooking to order your Meals from the City Restaurant They are fine For Sewing Machine Oil Needles and supplies for all kinds of Ma chines call on Gross Williams at City Restaurant Hon H P Taylor and County At torney E M Woodward returned last Saturday from a few days business trip to St Louis Mo Wily not bring your ChlckensEggs HamsFeathers and all kinds of good produce to Carson Co and get In re turn the very best of merchandise Carson Co have put a lot of new shelving into the grocery department of their big store and are now bettelIequipped for their trade In this For Monumental work apply to HIA Anderson agent for the Owensboro Monumental Works Geo Mischel tSons proprietors This is an old and reliable house of long standing See Mr Anderson lIe will treat you right 3JtfI Rev W B Wright of the Christian church held services at the Court- House last Sunday morning and evenIing His sermons were large audiences at both meetings A number of special Easter songs were rendered by the choir at the morning service On next Monday evening at 730f the Ancient Order United Workmen will hold an open meeting at tho courthouse Several speakers will be on the program among them will be Grand Master Workmen Sam Bedford of Owensboro J G Ccvington ofI Bowling Green and Deputy Marsh of Louisville Every one is invited CAL P KEOWN 11 W Elder W B Wright will preach atI the Christian church next Sunday morning and evening Subject for morning service The Divine Brand or Stamp that God puts upon All WhoI are His At the evening service subject will beSln Contagiousor theI Influence of the Life we Live Time night service will he for the especial benefit of the young folks IMr Pres Barnard underwent a delicate operation for absess of the side at his homo near Beaver Dam yesterday Dr Samuels of Louisville and Drs Taylor and Mitchell Beaver Dam were tho operating surgeons Between a quart and half gallon of puss was theIand Is In a fair way to recover but not wholly out of danIger n Stanley the thirteen year old son of jMr Anthony Robertson of the Heflln neighborhood fell off a wagon Tues day afternoon and broke his arm at the elbow joint He amt his father were hauling slats and had stopped to throw off part of a load when the team was started to another point the boy fell off at tho back end Dr B t B Pendleton was summoned and set r tire broken limb 1 Mr John W Frizzell accompanied by Mr IL B Morohead of Morgan I town were In Hartford Wednesday inspecting the Ohio County Fair Cos grounds with a view of gaining infertmatron preparatory to arranging grounds for the new lair company recently organized at Morgantown t Mr Frizzel called to see us while here and requested that we thank the meme hers of the Ohio County Fair for him for their kindness in showing him the grounds and buildings IN SOCIETY TANNERSMITH Miss Stella Tanner and Mr Clar ace Smith Aero married Saturday morning it 11 oclock at the home of i the brides mother Mrs M Tanner t at 612 Bollver street OwensboroI r t Rev J W Cantrell solemnizing the p ceremony Mr and Mrs Smith left Immediately after the ceremony for Shawneetown ill where they will visit relations The wedding was attended by Mr ahd Mrs J C Tanner and Mr and Mrs Hayden Webb oftHartford FAMBROSEHAMILTON Mr John Hamilton and Miss Beech er Ambrose both of the Taffy neigh i borhood were unite l it marriage at the residence of the brides aunt Mrs r oingThe contracting parties are prominent young people fo the neighborhood of f their residence I Y Delicious Hot Biscuit MADE WITH ROYAL are the most appetizing health ful and nutritious of foods Muchdepends upon the BakingPowder ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO NEW YORK wssc BAUGHNI Furnishings And Clothing CALL ON HIM FOR YOUR r EASTER SUIT I No old styles nor shelf worn goods ery thing new quality style and EvIright Nice line of boys Suits in Eton folks and Buster Brown styles Be sure und see this line before buying IsMORE DASTARDLY WORK OF NIGHT RIDERS I Thousands of Dollars Loss Has Been Sustained By Planters- in The Dark District Princeton Ky April IThe tobacco raiders continue active in this section and as a result of their latest depredations the losses will run up into thousands of dollars while prac ically no efforts are being made to capture the culprits Last night the tobacco bed of Mr 2artwrlght a well known planter liv lug near Friendship about six seven miles cast of Princeton wasI otally destroyed nut Mr Cnrt eports that about twenty other hodsI n his neighborhood have similar fateIReports are also coming in of great ChrisI1al1vell county the beds of association nembers as well as independents suffering Unless something is done soon by ho officials it is believed here that vigilance committees will be orgaiiiz id and the crlminials tun to earth md taken dead or alive Special Session of Fiscal Court The Ohio County Fiscal Court mil Aednesday with all the nieuiber- sresent The meeting was called to consider the best method to butter condition of public roads Maj Tlllson and Col Parent went before the court and discussed the question rf a suitable avaii tor Cu i it Is probably some steps will b aken by the court before it adjourns o secure suitable quarters for our oldiers After through discussion by mem hers of the court and the advice of iltlzens who were requested to address K them upon the question it was decided that owing to the weak fi lancjal condition of the county ut resent it was best to continue the iresent system The Road and Bridge Commissioner was directed to at once order each road supervisor in the coun y to proceed to place his section in good order In resaonable time and to oport all failures to comply with the i irder to the Com Attolne for cutlonIA petition was presented by Mr W Pirtlo Albert Rial and others vith subscriptions amounting to about IJ BAKING POWDER macadamize tance of 5 mile from Hartford A petition and subscription was pre sented by C M Barnett asking tho court to rebuild the levee North of town above high water mark and to macadamize a distance of two miles This paper contained a guarantee of- luO in subscriptions by the citizens tholeveeengineerTheand it is thought the court will under take this work conditioned upon tho subscription being raised to 2000 The court realizes that as large amount must be spent on this levee that It would be splendid economy for tho county to secure 2000 as a help to make it permanent The court will SaturdayIluethe very best in their rower to re lieve the present condition of our roads made almost Impassable by excessive rains SELECT placeisMines MitutioHuheimrin this neighborhood a few days this WtU CitylastBirch Shields delivered a lot of hogs at Heaver Lout Tuesday thoEqultday night mis1lorselirutchregistered 300Earl Smith who has been attending school at Hartford has returned homo to make a crop CENTERTOWN PoarlTinslerare visiting friends here Robt Durham wife and son R K orFlenelK Reneer this week daughterlast Saturday and Sunday toheaverU G O rider and McKenney coal after Eden Bishop and family have moved to their Rough river farm hitDrforMrs I 1F BOONE FORT TAKES DEFINITE SHAPE Will Be Completed by Expositions Opening if Material is Not Delayed Announcement has been receive from C J Holtclaw of Hampton iVo the contractor who has been en trusted with the erection of the For of Boonesboro as the Kentucky building at the Jamestown exposition that the structure is now well underway and will be easily completed fo the opening of the exposition provide- the bulldlg material arrives in time The exposition will open on Aprl 28 Foundations have been laid for the six houses which will compose the Stat buildingTwo the houses will be locate- near the center of the stockade These will be one story high each about twenty feet square and the two con nected under one roof with verandas running the full length 01t both sides A sufficient number of logs has already arrivedthe contracto says to permit of the immediate com Pletlon of these two houses which willi provide the assembly place for Kentuckians and their friends Freight traffic Is sadly congested it the vicinity of the exposition grounds and it will not be until additional trackage arrangements are completed that all building material for Kentuck can be placed on the scene Thre- cars of logs and one of clap boards have already been delivered Tw other cars have been shipped an three cars will go out early this week Logs for the construction of the State building will be furnished exclusively from the forests of Kentucky- It has just developed that Kentucky will have another cause for congratulation over the location of the State building in the pine grove at the west ern limits of the exposition grounds It will be the only State building which is shaded by trees of any consequence and the unique character of the fort will harmonize splendidly with the surroundings Word has been received by the Kentucky Com mission that construction work has commenced on the commercial pier which is to immediately adjoin the exposition grounds on the west The location of the pier and the an nouncement that work on It Is well underway are sources of much grat ification of the members of the State Commission It means that between 5 and 75 per cent of the visitors to the exposition will pass along one side of the Kentucky building on their way into the grounds and on their departure from them The pier will extend Into Hampton Roads at the end of One Hundredth and Fourth street This street Is not more than seventyfive yards from the stockade of the Fort of Uoonesboro and the beautiful pine forest which surrounds the fort It Is probable that the gate froth the pier will enter the grounds through the pine forests thus turning the visitors Into the very dooryard of the Kentucky building as It werePresident Atkinson and his asso ciates on the Kentucky Commission are hopeful of substantial support from the Fiscal Courts of the State many of which will meet tomorrow and oth ers one week front tomorrow Every Fiscal Court has been appealed to for an appropriation to the fund re quired In order that Kentucky may have a part in the exposition When you need a pill take a pill and be sure Its an Early Riser De Witts Little Early Risers are safe sure satisfactory pills They do not gripe or sicken They are sold hereby all druggists m Farmers are Making History Since the world was and since some men produced in one limit and others in another those who produced food stuff and those who consumed It have been thought to be enemies one striv ing for a higher price and the other for a lower price for the same com modities It was thought impossible to reconcile the fact that the farmers made more money when farm pro ducts were high and that the wage laborers saved more money when farm products were low But since the organization of the Society of Equity farmers have been studying as they never studied be fore and on lines that were never be fore presented to them They have learned that the wage laborers are their principal customers and without them their products must rot in the fields They have learned also that the better wages the labor ers receive the more can they con sume of farm products and the better prices can they pay for them Having learned these things the farmers were prompt to bring it before the wage earners which they did at the great International Convention of the American Federation of Labor at Minneapolis last fall The laborers were as prompt to catch the Idea as the farmers had I v- r W been and realized that the farmere were their best customers that with out the patronage of the farmers ever shop and factory would close or rut on very short time and the laborer would be out of employmentjalso the when the farmers get good prices foi their products they are able to buy more for laborers products and thus stimulate all the industries Name of the Birds The turkey derives its name from seetd of the Sultan and not from Ameri caAir where the wild turkey is Indigenous says New York Tribune The name syllad 1 which chanticleer heralds the ap preaching dawn while hen Is derived from the Latin canere to sing deference to the habit of the domest receptionda I pullet from the French word poule meaning a hen A Frenchman call tlIng on an English friend said I I dont cockroach on your time Hencroach you mean said the EnglishmanYes replied the Frenchman I always did mix up those genders The duck Is so named from the habit of this aquatic bird of ducking its head under water in search of food The male ducks designation of drake is traced back to the early AngloSax apd parently the same t anebeesaoknowndThe word goose when applie- to a person seems to have a slg nificance that seems inappropriate when one considers the knowing ways of geese When a young woman was asked if it was hard work to drive geese she answered They sometimes flyaway Almost equally at home on land In water and In the air the wild geese are among the most travelers among birds and are muc sought after by sportsmen Gander from goose the latter as duckling Is from duck and lambkin from lamb The young of the swan Is not however a swanllng but a cygnet There Is no diminutive for the young of the turkey any more than for the young of the sparrow The chippie or chipping sparrow is the best known species of this bird but the English sparrow has In the cities at least driven out Its American conger The source of the name sparrow- Is unknown Mysteries of Tree Growth One of the most wonderful among the many Incomprehensible mysteries of earth in tree growth Everything connected with life and growth ani mal and vegetable Is a mystery for that matter for all human knowledge falls to penetrate the hidden opera tions of nature or to tell the why and the how of life says Montgomery Ala Advertiser We see the two plants growing side by side fed from the same sources below and above the so far as we can determine yet one produces a beautiful rose and the oth er an illsmelling and ugly opposite one tree produces a delicious peach and another a sour crab yet so far as we can see the same elements sustain both We see and realize the difference but failto understand it But there are some things about tree growth aside from leaves flowers or fruit that are as deep a mystery as is anything connected with animal life An acorn for example Is plant ed In the earth and in due time it sends down roots and sends up a tiny sprout Not interfered with It con tinues to grow and in the course of many years becomes a tree During this time the roots have been attract ing moisture and food from the earth and the trunk and limbs have been obtaining something from the air Each year a new layer of wood Is ad ded and so it continues till a great giant of the forest is the result The material for all this wood has been obtained somehow and from some source but how It is done is the mystery It may be one of many great trees growing almost against each other and each has managed to ab sorb many cords of wood from hidden recesses of nature which man cannot fathom We can search the earth and the alv Vh all our powers and with u11 the hstruments and appliances at our command but we will fail to de tect the tree germs Nor Is this all or the greatest mystery Two trees grow up side by side fed from the same source yet the wood of one Is the soft yellow poplar and the other hard white hickory one may be beautiful birds eye or curled maple and the other pitch pine or oak There Is another mystery that man cannot penetrate Somewhere or somehow the alchemy or chemistry ar machinery of nature carries on its tireless and ceaseless work and the result Is before us That is all man knows and probably all he will ever know on the subject All natureis a mystery and the growth of trees is not the least A t DIVORCED FROM HER ELEVENTH HUSBAND Mrs Polly Weed Baker Has Tried Many Names And It Now SixtyFive Years Oiq Boonevllle Ind March 30Mrs Polly Weed Baker widely known as the most married woman in Indianan today was granted a divorce from her eleventh husband John Baker Baker Is the ninth of her husbands from whom she has been legally separated One husband died a natural death and another committed suicide Mrs Baker is sixtyfive years old She first was married back in then early SOs to Henry Fuquay after a brief courtship After seven years ol married llfemingled with occasional turmoils Fuquay himself applied Cora divorce and was awarded the de cree on a technical point Her next husband was James Fu quay a cousin of her first spousewilh whom she lived for a little oVer a year seeking the divorce court when he took to drink Next came Tames Henry Robinson a dashing young widower from whom she was dl Forced at the first term of court fol lowing their honeymoon James Fuquay was then given a second trial but was again found wanting Husband No G was Geo S Boyden traveling salesman for an letidtimenpleatwas granted She was married to iSS9dbut after four years No 7 was another former husband is was husband No8 who happened to be Mr Boyden Since their first separation he had fallen a victim to strong drink and in a fit of melan choly he drowned himself In a well Husband No 9 and husband No 10 were divorced and she was married to theh granted a decree of divorce has been pending for sometime OAl9TORZABean theTheRind You Hare Always Bought 131 GofWEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL AND THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN BotH One Year FOR ONLY 150The 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 combination to usnot to the CourierJour nal The regular price of the week ly CourierJournal alone is 100 a year What Would You Do If three good physicians should pronounce your case hopeless If they should decide that you could not live longer than six weeks And if you should get well after us ing only 1200 worth of Dr Miles Heart Cure and Nervine what would you advise a friend in like coliIdition to dog Z havo to thank you for paving my wlfo8 life two years ago We had continued with the doctor until tho third doctor like the two previous ones said that nothing could bo done for her that she had bettor be takon wnitbelweeks at the most I brought her probablyDr otInnd oommencod to give them to her We soon seen nn improvement and encouraged by this we continued giv elevenbottlestakes It occasionally now If oho feels nndhavoREV P JtlLLIGAN Genda Springs Kans Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee the first bottle will benefit It It thatIhe will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I I elc IT4LI i3L4 FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION 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 the Mam moth Cave for Ohio county school boys determining the favored ones by popularity contest We feel this year that the young ladles should have a chance So we have determined to send free of any cost whatever the most popular young lady in Ohio county residing 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 the trip may enter the contest The contest will close Saturday August 31 at 5 oclock p m Tho trip will be made sometime in the month of Sep tember and the two successful ladles will be accompanied to Jamestownby one of the editors of this paper and his wife Every item of expense in cluding railroad fare hotel bills exposition tickets etc will be mot by this paper CONDITIONS OF CONTEST Every dollar paid In subscriptions to The Republican whether arrears or advance will entitle the person making such payment to 100 votes and they will be recorded for any one of the candidates as directed Amounts of less than one dollar will be credited with a proportionate vote Any one will be allowed to vote for a candidate residing in any part of Ohio county regardless of the voters residence- A coupon will be printed in each issue of The Republican and when clip ped and sent to our office will be counted as five votes for the candidate whose name appears on the same A supply of blank ballots will be fur nished to any one on application The names and standing of the va rious candidates will be printed in these columns from time to time Books will be opened ready for votes next Monday morning March IS Select your candidate and arrange to aid her In every possible way a NOT GOOD AFTER APRIL 8 FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION This Ballot Will Count 5 Votes for Miss When properly filled out and returned to The Republican office by mail or otherwise on or before expiration of date shown above t a THIS BTLLOT FOR USE WHEN VOTING PAID SUBSCRIPTION 1 FREE TRIP TO THE JIME8TDWJI EXPOSITION GIVEN BY THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN I Cast this Ballot of votes For Miss Of Ohio County Kentucky Signed I BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES All 01 i ti In small cities and towns because 1 There Is not a sufficient population to supporta GOOD school 2 Such schools are usually conducted by persons who are NOT qualifleu or who make a practice to travel about and defraud their patrons 3 There are few If any opportunities for their graduates to secure employment In suehlocalitles v 4 The THOROUGH business colleges arelocatedln the larger cities and are con ducted by persons who are qualified 5 The graduates of business colleges In small cities ortovns can not secure employ laif competition notimeTherefore be wit S dl h fl 6een ort a nest 1 money4rIIrBBTANT ft STRATTON BVBINESB COLLEGE LoutBvtltX 1IIJ p For Emergencies at Home for the Stock on the Farm Sloaovs Limnveivt Is awhole medicine chest Price 25c 50c 6 1100 ulhyAddressa 1 SURE CUR For Diseases STOMACHLIVER I Ii It rLECTRIC andC re forHade 1ulckUr Dizzinessi Malae y I at tl1 J4t 4trisN p 1F jXinx c M UAfNTT CE SUITE BARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAW f HAKTFOKI KY Will practice their profesilonln all the court Ohio and adJolulngcountlesondCourtof Appeal Special attention given to all lne6 entrn td their care Collections and the Practice ot Crlm omNnRpUDLlcAIIDulldlng t 1 FRANK L FELIX AttorneyatLawF Will practice his profession In Ohfo And ad Joining county and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Collection a specialty jOffice In the Herald building W 11 J CHAS M CROWS 1 LAWYER HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all the courts ct Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Cour a of Appeals Special attention given ty criminal practice and to collections Office corner Market and Center streets Tliomns corner nptaslr 1 JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAWtHARTFORD KY mokloBabstrotsty OUlce north slds public square R R WEDDING Attorney at Law 1 HARTFORD KY rl lProecut11 d PublleforOblo it L HEAV1UN EIINESTIVOODIVAIti HEAVRIN WOODWARD i l Otf S a aHARTFORD KY I VJill practice their profession In all the Courts IlL fclnl e done Office next door to Dank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW Hartford Kentucky t ojOblnAnppenls Also Notary Public Office over First National flank litII BARNES S A ANDEnsotry BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law 1IAKTFOKH KY The undersigned announce that they have ormcdn partnership for the practice of Law In all courts Stats and Federal with offices south sIde of Mnln Street opposite Court Hcnee hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Heal Estate will be given spe cial attention Notary In office W II BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE MISS SUSIE MAYA graduate of Owensboro City Hospital has located i- nHARTFORD timesResidencephone No 137 laAnowexpenereportonREFERENCES Porfra BUR Guide IPASSINO g Patent write to Seventh lltrestn ROUG RIVR TELEPHONECOMPANY IIHCUB 0 UTKII The Rongh River Telephone Co operatedbyreasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15 cts 45 miles 20 ctscI J W OBANNON Mgr- Hartford Ky DflTEitt1Thers dlcl dJIOeases t t t J i Ii J J j it 1 d r rl- F fi j I r Spring Spring11- SpringI E i Yfl brings to our mind that we need a new Suit or perhaps only a = 4new pair of trousers to make us feel that we are keeping pace with y- 4i nature Keep your wardrobe In harmony with the season If It Is Y Jj Incomplete come to 4 PEARLS I PANTIORIUM E- 4i 43 On display there you will find a complete line of all the different bit r fiweaves Over 400 different patterns to select from The number y fiof Suits made for our customers for Easter is evidence of the sat bit 49 isfactlon we give Samples In the piece containing about 1 bit ji yards giving you a correct idea how garments will look made up = = We guarantee a fitworkmanship of the highest order Prices bit t4 lowest possible PEARLS PANTIORIUM 4PEARL D TWEEDELL Mgr bit 4c 9- ilt 7i rTYY YTTYT TMM MYT Awo7GSooaUA3AQwCQoVw AAAAAAAAAAOV o oo oooo Q fi bt i TILLERS Of THE SOIL S fi i 43 Will Make no Mistake by Visiting the Reliable bit 4 and Well Known Firm of bit I WILLIAMS MILLER t bit fi y 4 For anything they need on the farm They i 43 handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc = = Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and tit 43 walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and i 40 buggies for young folks and old folks j t- fi b 3 In Addition = = We have the best equipped shop in Ohio county jjj t4 fitted with the latest improved machinery and ap b k = pliances and besides all kinds of general Blacksmith ty- ingl can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other S 45 shops cannot do at all Everything at verymoder r J ate prices I bit bit 41 9 VVILLIAMS MILLER b 4 BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY bit A aaaliii um 1 1 28 YEARS 1 Of Honest Business Repu tation is BacK of Eve- ryMONUMENT Sold By CJs iGeoMisclidft Sons Props Y Owensboro Monumental Works 412414 E Main St Yards 214218218 Clay StrOWENSBORO KENTUCKY Got Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You ii Money on All GoodI Honest Work t I I I I I I I I I I Ioe I + otet+et++ ++++1+++ I THE KENTUCKY I Light and Power Co 1 WILL WIRE YOUR ROUSE RT COST I 1- i ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME i OR BUSINESS HOUSE J r BE WITHQUT THEM SHOULDI REACH itf Mailagerl+++ t++ t++ +++ ++ + + + + + + 4+ H r4i 1 I is1 I I lk- H o Ji t c r 1 Slr 1AL THIS READS LIKE WAR TIME TALE Who Were These Night Riders And What Wanted They They Wore Masks Cut WiresI Talked Little Kept in Dark And Mystified All The following story from the Cadiz Record recalls guerilla times Considerable speculation has been caused throughout this section as to what was the motive of the crowd that was seen pass through here last Saturlday night the only thing that they did so far as we can learnbelng to cut the wires of tho Cumberland Telephone company in several places between here and Golden Pond Some time between eight and nine oclock on that night 8 or 10 men are reported to have been seen at a short bridge leading out the Canton road bridge leading out the Canton pike by a party who was coming into town walking This party says they were all masked and one of them was climbing down a telephone pole about the time he passed thembut as soon as he saw they were masked he did not lose any time in making further investigations All four of the wires of the Cumberland company were cut at this place About a halfmllo further on all the wires were again cut No further evidence were seen of then until after tho Cumberland river is crossed at Cantonand ust beyond the ferry all of the wires were again cut One of the wires across the Tennessee river nine miles beyond Canton was also down the next niorulngbut there seems to be some question as to whether it was cut or had broken down tho same night We have Snot heard of any other damago to anything or any body being done that night Late that night eight persons on horseback were seen on one of our back streets going in the direction of Hopklnsvlllebut no one seems to have noticed whether they were masked or not We understand that no one was seen at any other place down the pike that night between here and Canton except as above stated No one passed through either of tho toll gates Henry Bradley the colored ferryman says that about 9 oclock that night three young men whom he never saw beforecame to the ferry and wanted to cross but it was late and he refused to cross themwhere upon they went away and he never saw them any more Mr James Q Qunrles the manager of the telephone company here says that the one that cut their wires nt the several different places was evidently an expert at the business as tho climbing was done with spurs and in a manner that showed he was an expert at the business He says the manner In which the wires wore cut and the side of the dole which was selected at each place for the going up and coming down all goes to show the work of an uptodate telephone lineman He is of the opinion that it was some parties who hud a grievance at the Telephone company while we understand most of the people at Golden Pond think it was their inten tion to rob the bailk at that placcbut failed in their attempt for some un known reason The entire circumstances are a mystery to every onern l it is likely that their real motive will never bo known His Dear Old Mother My dear old mother who is now eightythree years old thrives on Electric Bitters writes W B Brun son of Dublin Ga Slid has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite feels strong and sleeps well Thats tho way Electric Bitters affect the aged and the same happy results follow in all cases of female weakness and general de bility Weak puny children too are greatly strengthened by then Guar anteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by all Druggist 50c m aA Successful Milking Machine One invention has followed another and now we have a milking machine There have been contrivances for milk- Ing cows other than the human hands but up to tho present time tho one we are announcing is tho first which we are announcing 1st he first which seems to be satisfactory to the cows and to the dairymen al ke This in vention is operated by foot power and also by motor power The gover men report shows that this mechanical milker will do the work better and quicker than can bo done with the hands not only your time is savedbut the cows give milk and there is less uncleanlinessI connected with the new milking machine In his report Mr Lane of the gov ernments animal industry bureau saystthatihe was present in a barn when the machine was first put in operation on forty cows Some of the animals were a little restless at first t sight of the machines and on account of the clicking of the pulsators but soon became quiet and contented Heifers took to the machines as read ily as the older cows The majority of the cows appeared to like the ma chines and stood quietly chewing their cuds without manifesting any discomfortFrom point of view there fore the mechanical milker seems to be a success and it is altogether probable that in a few years at the longest it will comp into general use What that tesas pleasant as maple sugar and quickly relieves coughs and colds Mothers who have used it will quickly answer Ken nedys Laxative Cough Syrup The pleasant cold remedy that expels the cold through Its laxative action on the bowels Conforms strictly to the Pure Food and Drugs Law Contains no opiates Sold by all drug gists ni HANDS OF CLOCK RACED BACKWARDS And Citizens of Georgetown Fled to Their Homes in Fright of What it Foreboded Georgetown Ky March OThls afternoon the hands un the town clock in the tower of the courthouse began running backward Believing the unusual circumstance to forebode some great calamity many of the superstitious fled to their homes and prayedThe majority of the people turned out to watch the hands of the clock They would move backward as steadily as if they were going around hi the right direction Suddenly as if Inspired they would move so swiftly that it was almost impossible to see them A committee of courageous cit izens was appointed to investlgatoand they returned to report that the trouble had been caused by the clockkeep er who was testing It He had been wholly unaware of the commotion createdWhen the trial of Caleb Powers was called here the last time the scales and swords which were in the court house towerdroppedaml three weeks ago the clock Itself fell through the courthouse but no one was injuried u ExSecretary Shaws Service- It is fitting as It is just to say of exSecretary Shaw who has left the head of the Treasury Department that as lie was one of the few leaders In the Silver Belt ten years ago who had the courage to stand up Bud say gold when lie meant gold ao in hit service as a member of the Cabinet he has never lacked either the convic tions or the will to uphold them that It will be a sorry day fur this country when it forgets that tho basis of its prosperity is the preservation to tho American people of the Aitinriean market the greatest and richest Ii the xorld It has become fashionable for many of our National Official Family as a rule not net of experience In practi cal affairs to flourish theoetlcal grin ulplis oil tho platform nud In State papers about our manufactures our agriculture and our commerce for eign and domestic Secretary Shaw almost alone In tho Cabinet has not forgotten the guarantees on which tho voters of the United States returned the Republican party to the control of the Government a decade ago and at succeeding elections has confirmed it in such control Ho has not been reluctant to challenge the the orists in or out of the cabinet and he has been the constant and consist ant exponent before the public of the principles of his party His work as Secretary of the Treasury has been extraordinary success ful The value of his service there will be appreciated perhaps when the American people have had an op portunity to compare with it the ad ministration which follows It Bu by his championship of holding our markets for our own citizens ho be known longer more widely an more gratefully by the American peo ple after they had been tempted some day into paths which have always led them to disaster and wantInto paths that might have entrapped them befor now if Sec Shaw had not reminded them again and again of the politi cal policy which has made the Re publican party the trusted agent of the people and of the economic prin ciples which have made the country great and happy New York Press Out of Sight Out of sight 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For Dyspepsia digests what you eat takes tho strain 08 of tho heart and contributes nourishment btrength and health to organ of the body For Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining tho Stomach and Diges tive Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh of tho Stomach After food would distress ma by maSdnc my heart palpitate and I would become very weak Finally I got a bottle of Kodol and It gave me Immediate relief After using a few bottles I am cured MRS LORINO NICHOLS Perm Yen N Y I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I had heart trouble with It I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about tour months and it cured me- D KAUBLE Nevada 0 Ea1iIBdlero Indlgtitlon rrepared at the Lib- soar stomach belch oratory of EODeWlrt lee at ruto Co Chicago USA SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS o h W rlJJ ID =l1rIJ Ohio County Clrimlt Court TP Itlrkhenil Jmlio lien D HlnKO Attorney Oscnr MMkltt Jailer Ed 0 ItiirniKH Clerk Frank L Felix ilnatur Com misylonerY It Monuley Trustee Jury Fund It 11 Martin Sheriff Iliutfon Deputy Sheriff 8 A Hriitcher L V Crowdor E II Matron Grant Pollard JJiTCourtionvcuesflrHt Mon day lu March nnd August und continues three weckHnnd third Monday lu May und November two week County CourtW II Taylor Judsre W H TlnNleylIerkEMwodwurd Attorney Hartford AErfourt convenen first Monday In each monthQuarterly Court Ileglns on the third Monday In January April July and October Court of ClalmH Convene Bret Monday In Jan nary Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Officers N Moiley Surveyor Shrevn S W Ieach AsneeRorltob ItoyJames DeWeese School Superintendent Hartford Gerome Allen CoronerJInfoTuntlca Coasto N Unrrans Beaver Dnm March 24 June 23 September 24 December 24 WI Miller Horse Branch March 20 June 25 September December 2i W S Dean Duude March 27 June 20 September 20 December 27 W It Edge KordHVlllo March 2S Juno 9 September December 2 S It S Chamberlain Ileda March 20 June September 2b December 20 Herbert Itendf Cuutertoivn Mwrch at June 29 September 20 Dewmlier 30 Tuhllll Mlle liurkport March 91 June 30 September 30 December il- lSrartfcra =case Cetirt It It Vddltiff Jndpu J S Menu City At tornev Vieth Mnreluv Maratm Court con rums second Monday In earhmon- thnolletovis CorvlcosM K Church SomhServtws third Sunday In MtOOnddt m and 7pm 1rsyer meeting ov ry Wednesday evening JIt v J A Lewis Ia tot Rev Frets linker Afi ltant Inutor- UiiptlHt Church Swvtrra held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday rod HniidMjrBlgtft mad fourth Sunday und Sunday night 1rnyer meriting every Thawday evening Hs v A B Jnrdiiur pastor lcbllIIootbnedpnetor Christian Church Servlcoi ever first Sunday at 11 n 11111111 7 p m Hev W II Wrtgfct Pastor School Trustees lUirtford C M Crowe J S Glenn Dudley Ford 0 M llarnett Dr B D Icndletou City Council J H WllllniBs Mayor CM Crone CUrk H E L Slmmiirmiin fJrlI B- IeudlatouA1 White Wm Fair Win Bean Dr J W T jlorCocret Societies A O U W mwitu Hrst and third Friday ulKUtn In each month Hartford Lodge No 075 Ft A Masons flra Monday night In each month Hartford Tent No J9 Knights of the Macca bees every Jhnrsday night Hough ItlverlodKuNollOKnlghtHOt Pythia meets every Ttumday night Preston Morton Post 04 0 A R bold rgg nlnrraootlngsSiUurdnybeforeflrHt Sunday In esc month AND ext earccn rid Sendmodel f report IPROCURfD to obtain patents trauo mJLiki IN ALL COUNTRIES Busntn direct with Wottlnflait saves tins money and IIjtm listpalmI ExclusivelyWriteBU HtUk Strut opp TM1MJUU ratal Offla WASHI S C I KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNCS- I KingsNew PricoFOPIr LDSi FreD Trial j andLUNGBACK I w t n ynS- A tvYl ir 3 J to i a I MAJESTIC BAKING I 7 i fit tF I 1 F = I S 1- 1lOne wee Beginning AriI8th 1907 I J I ilri T 41 AAA ws + + a15 gallons of water heated to the point 01 boiling while breakfast IS cooking When water gets too hot reservoir can be moved away from fire by shifting tho leaver shown AJJ ONNN e I UNIQUE EXAMPLE OF VANITY OF BIRDS They Strut Before Mirror in Ef fort to See Until Many Die From Exhaustion The following extraordinary arti cle was published in the Owensboro Inquirer Monday as a Hartford dispatch Deligent Inquiry has not revealed to us the Identity of Johnny and Willy Smith Neither have we been able to find any one who knows of any circumstances such as are de pleted In the dispatch AVe give It for what it is worth neither jellying or affirming Johnny and Willy Smith report an unusual find while out hunting near their home It appears that some months ago a mover broke a large mirror and not desiring to carry It further left it by the road side Some person thinking to take it home and make use of it had appanintly carried it awhile through the woods and had reconsidered and set it down near tho banks of n small stream leaning against a tree A part of the mirror was broken but tho body of it remained unhurt It appeared that the bright glass had attracted the attention of the birds especially sparrows When discovered there were at least u hundred birds sing ing dancing and prancing around be fore the glass Black birds jays blue birds mocking birds and tomtits were there but the sparrows were In the uicumlency In number All around the glass and for several yards in front of it were all kinds of dead birds in profusion and the live Jjlrds wore prancing around on the unfortunate dead just as if It were the bare ground The men broke the glass to pieces and scared the birds away Thoywcre of the opinion that the birds attracted by the glass and no ticing their reflection In It made all effort possible to get to the birds on other sde and that they walked up and down in front of the glass mid remained there until they literally died of starvation trying I to reach the other side The men say thoro must have been some twoA 1 bushels of sparrows besides dozens t of other birds that inhabit Mils im mediate country Among them they Ki 4 Y1 ty4 t titt r- y v B r = I Whero pressure water Is used this malleable Iron pin extension Viwater front which has more anyluR esss water to N i rl iI l1011hpOr reserv- oirNNNOONNNNNNNI of the houso It takes the ==i ttt noticed three magnificent specimens of the red bird and one crow- SMALLHOUS April 3Mrs Sallie Drake has gone for a visit to her children Mrs Birdie Nichols South Carrollton Mr and Mr R Barnard Livermore and Mr Felix Drake Owensboro Mrs Annie Withrow Is quite ill at her home near here John Igleheart and James H Fulker son are on the sick list John Morton of Hartford is visit ing his parents Jess Rowe is quite sick at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs John RoweThe members of the Smallhous Bap tist church met Sunday evening and organized Sunday School elected their teachers and distributed their books after which the little ones enjoyed an egg hunt several dozen having been colored and hid for then to find It Is needless to say they enjoyed it fineMessrs Richard Sncddon and Ham Overhuls Rockport were in our midst SundayMisses Oma Maddox and Ethel Hunter Messrs Lewis Fulkerson and E Hunter went to Rockport Sunday eveningMiss Ethel Hunter was the guest of Miss Euvu Klmmel from Sunday even- Ing till Tuesday Miss Euva Klmmel and Mr R Sneddon spent Tuesday the guests of Miss Ethel Hunter One day last week while Mrs Jas Drake and little daughter who is two years old were out enjoying tho beautiful sunshine she was greatly horrified when hearing the little ono say see see to find she was hold- Ing a large viper in her hands The child had it clasped around the neck Her mamma screamed and told her to throw It down it would bite her She then threw it down the snake crawled off and Mrs Drake took the child to the house Fortunately she was not hurt Mr and Mrs Joe Bullock and chil dren were the guests of her par ents Mr and Mrs Thomas BlshopMa lanzas Saturday night and Sunday Mr T Hunter went to South Car- rollton Saturday The frost last Sunday night and last night did no damage to the fruit or gardens so far as I have heard though there was a great deal of ice Work is progressing nicely on the railroad now i I The farmers are busy breaking corn- i ground I I Notice- To j Miners and Farmers Wo ask of you not to buy wagons or buggies Con1ll11nrotOwensbolo tho union and employ union mot Dane by order of the local JOHN WILSON 078 U M W of A tf Recording Secretary Echols local ol j I j T iM4 I 1We heartily invite our friends to call any day during the above mentioned week and we will demonstrate the superior qualities of the NEW MAJESTIC MALLEABLE AND CHARCOAL IRON RANGES The MAJESTIC MALLEABLE and Steel Range as turned out by the Majestic II people has been considered throughout the cQuntry as par excellence and far ahead of any other 1 range made But with the NEW CHARCOAL IRON BODY in place of Steel making it f d double its value and the fact that it is the only range in existence made of Malleable and Char t coal Iron you can readily see that if quality is considered the Majestic leads by a big margin t WE WANT YOU TO CALL at our store during this week and let us explain this new feature f CHARCOAL IRON BODIES let us explain why it is the best material for range bodies and incidentally why it is not used on other ranges We want you to call whether you intend to buy or not as the information gained will serve you in the future I Hot Coffee and Biscuits Free Come any day during this week and have buttered hot biscuits and hot coffee Biscuits y bakedon Majestic in three minutes while you wait 4 I I Handsome Set of Ware Free With every range sold during this demonstration we will give absolutely FREE one set of e Majestic Ware worth every cent of 750 This ware will be on exhibition at our store Every 1 thing useful ornamental and durable Come and see it and you will agree with us that it can J not be bought for a cent less than 750 and is cheap at that 1r COME ANY DAY YOU ARE WELCOME WHETHER YOU INTEND TO BUY OR NOT I N NNNN NNNN NN NNN + 4 tlr I55555 E P BARNES BROS BEAVER DAM I f m it jthe lJ1rJS T L T S T C S formerly a AMAZING FEATS OF CRAZED HORSE It Turned Complete Somersault Over Buggy and KeptIon Going I To snap a fourinch signal polo short off knocked the sign through a plateglass window throw a hundred pound boy over its head turn a complete somersault over a buggy and demolish two others iu its transit start a 4 mule team running awa rush smash bang into a Standard Oil wagon make a dive so straight at a street car that the motorman turned pale and then swerved off with a few inch I es to the good go down in a heap with still a fourth smashed buggy and then try to run for the next hour is a record which should satisfy an ambi tious horse during a whole life time yet an Indiana mare turned all these tricks in the sreets of Henderson in rapid succession this morning and still lives says Tuesdays Henderson Journal I I The horse which created so much damage and furor belonging to Walter Anthony who lives on the Indiana side of the river opposite Henderson Although nine years old the horse had not done much work in harness nor had it often seen the ways of a largo city I I ROCKPORT r April aMisses Ida Williams and Beulah Benton went to Louisville Friday and returned Sunday Miss Helen Jones Hopkinsvllle Is the guest of Miss Nettle Monroe Mss Cora Reid is in Louisville visiting her sister Mrs Leland Smith I Mrs M J Reid is in Hartford at the bedside of her sister who is sickI Mr Earl Stillwell visited his moth er at Big Cllfty Sunday Mr E A Smith visited his parents near Ceralvo SautrdayIMiss Sue FordEHzabethtown visit ed her cousin Miss Bernice Hadcnthe latter part of tho week I Mr S M Burgess was away on bus iness last week j BEAVER DAM I April 3Mr Wilson Brooks and sister Miss Grade Brooks of Whites vllle spent Sunday with Mr and llrsi W R Cook Dr Slaton of Hanson was In town SundayBorn to Mr and Mrs Jo B Rogers on the 27th ult n girl Will Taylor ant Ross Bennett of I 1 rot 7riJi T Hartford were in town Sunday I Rev B F Jenkins preached at the Easter Services at the Baptist church Sunday morning I Miss Pearl Pate of Williams Mines spent Sunday with her parents at place thisI Miss Dena Woodward who has sick for the past few days IB be out again Mr and Mrs Will Travis of Owens boro are visiting the family of Mr O P BruntomIBorn to Mr and Mrs George W Newton on the 28th ult a enterItainedday evening with an Easter party Among the out of town people who I attended the Ohio County Baptist Association f here March 29 30 and 31 were Dr J D Maddox John T Casebler Rockport Albert Patterson Prentis B F Jenkins Habblt 0 M Shultz Hartford G W Gordon Plnchico and T H Loyd AetnaYllle Dr E W Patterson was in town SaturdayMrs I A Austin entertained the Ladies Flinch Club Thursday evening at her homo on Main street Fred Taylor has just completed a nice residence in South Beaver Dam Mrs S D Taylor entertained her Sunday School class with an Easter i party Saturday evening at her home In South Beaver Dam George Brunton and Roscoe Barnard were in town Sunday RENDER April 2Messrs W H Minor and Fred Ackort of Central City were here last Wednesday George A Barnes of Beaver Dam was here last Wednesday David Watkins of Central City and C T Edwards of Horton and H P Elliott of Louisville were here last ThursdayBorn the wife oi Claud Myers last Thursday a girl Mother and thUd doing nicely and Claud is all smilesOscar Bond of Elizabethtown and John Mclhtlre of Hartford were here Friday Isaac Oser went to Louisville Fri day Born to the wife of Ed Jones Friday a girl R F Baize of Taylor Mines was here Saturday Harden Burden and son Tomwent to Horton Saturday John Barrass and Salem Baker of Taylor Mines were hero Sunday Al Howard of Central City was inhere Sunday C Hooker went to Bevier yesterday John T Main went to Central City yesterday Oswald Tanner of Linton Indand Too Wilson of Prentis and Jake Ans ley of Louisville were here today E J Carter left today for Searcy Ark fcMiss Clara Pryor of Whltesvllle is the guest of her mother 1IIrsJ B Fulkerson 1rye i l 1 K yx n r ATTACK KENTUCKY TEMPERANCE LAW Brewing Company Wants RiFht To Ship Beer Into Local Option Districts Evansville Imi April 2 Upon ap plication of the Cook Brewing company of this city Judge Louis O Rasch of the Vanderburg county Cir cuit court issued a temporary re straining order against the Louisville and Nashville railroad company to prevent them from refusing to take consignments of beer to points in lo cal option counties in Kentucky The case was set down for hearing April 15The railroad company will appear In court probably Tuesday and offer a plea that under the Kentucky law they cannot send beer into local option towns In that State- HERBERT April 11lIss Margaret Chambers entertained the following guests on the 21st ult it being her seventy Rpcond birthday and the 70th birthday of her pastor Rev R T Bruner of Owensboro Rev R Ti Bruner Vir gil Miller and wife John Rherdouwlfe and son R M Miller and wife Leon ard Taylor wife and son Misses Sal lie Ford and Cassie McCarty Whltes ville Miss Mabel Miller Is visiting her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Poke Gilmore Fordsville Oscar Nuckols and family Maceo are the guest of Mrs Nuckols father Mr D A Miller Ame Skinner and Robert Stewart are 6n the sick list Born to Mr and Mrs Homer Mllll gan on the 22nd ult a ten pound girl v L J Taylor and wife visited Pate Taylors family Haynesvllle Friday nightMr and Mrs Carl Floyd went to OwensboloFridarMr has had several sheep and lambs killed by dogs Ellis MorrisonjPellville visited Emo Crowes family Saturday BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCKS Eggs from Kentuckys most noted prize winning strains 1 and 2 per 15 Mrs C E Smith Hartford Ky Special prices on larger quantities or to persons who receive them at yard Ii 1 r iy s to NO 5792 Ct Report of the condition of dt THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK iyStateof Business Mar 22 1907 I RESOURCES I Loans and discounts 8602450 blIU S Bonds to secure cir 2500000Bank n 168700Debts n n Due from National Banks it 391375Due 76908Due fI It RChecksitems 9995 lr Notes of other National Si Banks 1500 n Fractional paper currency tl GLAIN BANK viz Specie 538205 2 Lgal idtendernotes none tJ Redemption fund with U T S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulation 125000 si ItTotalLIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 25000 00 50000Undivided s II 120715National fCI standing 2500000 J Due tJbankers intoTime certificates of deposit 4603352tLiabilities other than those above stated 1182ttJ Total State of KentuckyiCounty Ohio f AnamedttLbestCashierSubscribed 11 1907Y tl I My commmission as Notary Public r JICorrectG B LIKENS Z WAYNE GRIFFINDirectors 0 tJ PST NS 1 JL r 1 YfIF I 17 j