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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ly r ttx tfIttcpuhlican r 1 1 Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE or OIIIO COUNTY Subscription I per Year VOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTYKY FRIDAY APRIL 12 1907 No39 RANDSONOFtLAYDIES I Thomas H Clay Passes Away After Brief Illness Was Wrltine Biography of Noted Kentucklan0nce Editor of YouthsCompanion Thomas H Clay a grandson of the Great Commonor died at his res ldeaeeon Hill street in Lexington last Monday afternoon of brights disease after belng sick only about two weeks Mr Clays mother was Miss Man tell a member of a family which forty years ago was one of the most prominent to the Bluegrass region He has one ibrother Henry Clay whose home is at Rogersville Tenn but who was at his brothers bed side His only sister Miss Annie Clay was the first wife of the late Col W C P Breckinridge and died many years ago leaving no children Mr Clay married Miss Minnie Gratz of Lexington niece of H H Gratz for many years editor of the Lexington Gazette They have three children ilarlatn who married Dr Cogswell of Boston and Misses Nannie and Henrietta Mr Clay was sixtyfive years olds andtor many years was one of the editors of the Youths Companion in Boston but has made his home in Lexington since about 1894 Since locating there lie has been engaged in the real estate business but he devoted a great deal of his time to writing a biography of his grand father Henry Clay which it is understood he has nearly completed rNo biography of Henry Clay has ever Ibeen written which utilized the vast store of papers private letters and other data and personal memo nnda and tradition which are In the possession of the family and to the task of supplying such authentic and complete biography his grandson has devoted many years of his life MrfClay has always been a mod est and retiring man his tastes being those of the students but his family connections Were such as to mike him well known among the most Utonilneht people of the State SCollege Notes Thepuplli dt the lower grades are busy preparing fqr the entertainment monthr come off some time this Then pupils Qf the Collegiate depart mentare busy preparing for the corp mencement and writing orations anti Reclamations for the contests MrEviins Colalsspentthodhynnd part of the night last Sunday visiting friends and relatives at ir J C RI leys I x The Adelphians had a erY1ht reat ing session last Friday afternoon The subject for debate was Resolved that Benedict Arnold Did not RecelveJua tice Affirmative Otto Martin tinftr Greer Negative Arthur Burdett and Honda Wade The debate resulted in 2 to 1 in favor of the affirmative Those of students who visited their home lafwecl are as follows Elbert Goodall Centerlowu Otis White Select V1ri Patterson and sisterMiBS Lillle itls Loney Tay lor Pleasant m j Miss Iva Cum mins Horse Bi ch Several of the students have drop ped out of schppl on account p the sprlngc and to review for th6 teachers Qx9mfpatwhich comes off in May1 The Chemistry class r a9 received their Inbatory and are IdoingfEome very Interesting work in performing exper- Iments Will Edd Aahby who has ben attending school here has quit School to accept a position as engineer with the M H and E R R We are sorry to give him up but wish him success in his nefr career A RnnaWay Without Disaster f A team of hprses hitched to a road wagon belonging to Mr M J Williams of Ceralvo became frightened while standing In the street near the residence of Mr A J Williams Mon day and ran downj Center street to Main wherelt turned down Main as Jf being driven by an expert Then down Main itnvent to union where an other square turn In course WJIB madei with equal accuracy the team I Iran the fright of the horses seemed to IiJ w- r yM1 increase as did their speed and in n few minutes th yhad left Hartford far behind They were stopped n short distance below Muddy creek bridge nearly two miles from starting point and strange to say the wagon harness and everything about them was Intact and no injury resulted to either of the horses which is moro re markable in view of the fact that the streets were lined with other teams hitched to all kinds of vehickles Beckham Offers Reward For NightRiders Frankfort Ky April 9Governor Beckham today issued proclamation offering a reward of 500 for every conviction of persons guilty of de stroying tobacco plant beds and burn Ing barns jind factories In Western Kentucky The reward offered by the Governor is under the tollgate raiders law passed in 1897 which law provides that any two or more persons banding together to injure property shall be guilty of a felony punishable by confinement in the pen- Itentiary from one to five years By the same law the governor is given the authority to employ detectives to apprehend persons engaged in the de struction of property It Is likely that Governor Dec ham will exercise this power and that two detectives will be sent into the section where plant bed are being destroyed I 4 BIG DITCH CASEV BEING TRIED NOW t I Began Tuesday And Still in Progress And Not Near Through A suit in County Court of W C Knott and others seeking to establish tt public drain about a mile in length in o hfh rrbottoh1B about four miles above the locks on the river was called for trial Tuesday and trial en tered into The jury composed of S H Seibert A W Lamb Ben S Chain berlin Clijit Carpenter R T Hoover and Noah Vhlt6 was empanneled in the forenoon and left soap afternoon to view the location and course of the proposed ditch They spent the remainder of Tuesday andWednesday morning maklijg the Inspectfon ar riving back Y at Hartford afternoon Wednesday At the time the jury was ordered to View the rigrqiinds findloeatfot f of the ditch attorneys and parties thought that it would require all of Wednes day to complete the inspection and court was adjourned until Thursday morning at wjiicti time the trIal was resumed Mr RI cL Taylor was the first witness called Ho iTenmined on the stand the greater part of the forenoon I The court limited the evidence to 8ix witnesses to each side and even under such restriction the evidence will hardly be completed before noon todayand the jurys verdict can hard ly be had before late in the afternoon If then This case has long been drawn out This case has been long drawn out Mid is very expensive and the cost will fall heavily On the side that is defeated It is quite probable too that tin appeal will be taken by the oppos ing side it matters not which way the verdict of the jury in the present trial goes Sunday School Association- At the CenterUwn District Sunday School Association held at Centertown Monday afternoon and night April 8 the following offlores were elected for the ensuing year President 0 M Bishop Vice President J H Fulker DayisjPrimaryHome Department Mrs E1Ilort- on House to House Visitation Mrs J1 H Davis The following schools were reported in operation Waltona creek West Point Lone Star Cen andlCeralvocnted at the are bright for tills year to be the best for Sunday SchQol work for Ohio county The State Worker Rev TC Gebauer was present and gave an illustrated lecture at night He wishes to make qulteuVmlniberof friends In the county this year A r J fA JNf t qtH To Miners and Farmers We ask of you not to wagon or u g91J from the 1tckmanEbberfcompanyof Owensboro Ky until they recognize the unloaandifertBloy wi onamoV c Done r tt1iel1 JOHN WILSON i 678 U M W of A Vt- fRecording Secretary Echols local No a J o RESUME OF OHIO COUNTY FISCAL COURT People Will Have Chance to Say by Vote Whether They Fa vor 100000 Road Fund The Fiscal Court having completed Its work for the special term adjourn ed last Saturday Excepting those we reported last week the following are the most Important orders entered On motion a committee consisting of W P Miller S H Render and CaJ P Keown was appointed with a view of having bridges erected Across Huffs creek on tie Barretts Ferry and Fordsville public road Said committee was directed to make such contract as they deemed to the best interests of the county for either wood or steel bridge Err Ordered that Rowan Holbrook E Woodward and W B Taylor be appointed as commissioners with a view of grading and levying up above high water mark the levee north of Hartford on Hartford and Owensboro public road and construct a fill on the river bank to prevent the over How from injuring said levee Ordered that the citizens of the county be granted the privilege of erecting and maintaining telephone lines along the public highways pro vided same shall in no fray interfero with travel or graders in working roads 444- On motion E G Barrass and W S Tinsley were appointed a commit tee to construct tpllet room in base ment to be made under court house r 4 + Ordered that the question as to whether or not the county shall issue bonds to the amount of 100000 for the purpose of improving and repair Ing the public roads in the county by grading widening graveling macada mizing and otherwise improving and repairing as may be deemed best be submitted to the qualified voters of the county at the regular election November 5 1907 S CaptJ M DeWeese Esps B S Chambcriin and S H Render were appointed icommittee and empowered to make such a contract with the Joint committees of the Knights of Pythias and Masonic lodges as they deemed suitable for the accommodation of Company H K N G for a period of not exceeding 2 years and at a cost of not exceeding 175 per year t4 + Ordered that the Road and Bridge Commissioner take such steps as maybe necessary to test the split log drag process of repairing roads and that said commissioner expend not exceeding 5tl in sail test 5 Ordered thhat the Read and Bridge Commissioner be directed to expend equal amount of the money ppproprlat ed for road purposes in each Magister ial district rr + Ordered that C M Crowe and Amos Miller be appointed as commissioners to carry out a former order of the court in determining the feasibility and possibility of establishing a public rond across the bottoms west of Hartford near the MadisonvllleHart ford and Eastern railroad rightof way r r i The following order was made with reference to macadamizing two miles of road north of Hartford In view of the fact that there hay been presented to this court by citi zens and taxpayers of Ohio county a petition and subscription to induce and to aid this court in grading and rock ing or macadamizing two miles of road Just north of Rough river and near Hartford and In view of the fact that this court has appointed a com mission to grade said road or a por comImissiongrade of said levee in accordance with I engineersCooper moved by Esq Chamberlin that the said petition be not rejected but in thb event the petitioners s herein re erred to guarantee to this court that a subscription equal in amount to 1UOO per mile shall be delivered to the commission to be named by this court thesald proposition is to be or may i 1 i- S 7 4V 3 II yYi vr be considered at the October term of said court I r Among The Lodges Ohio Tribe No 188 Red Men was instituted at Masonic Hall last Sat urday night A team from the Me Henry lodge came up to do the work After the ceremonies a nice lunch was served at the Hall by the local members The new lodge starts off with bright prospects as its member ship is composed of some of our best citizens + r + Rough River Lodge No 110 K of Plhali work in the Page rank Tuesday night and received two applica tions for membership The new pock et cases for official receipts were re ceived and distributed to those present The meeting was a very enjoyable OIie 4 4 At a call meeting of Hartford lodge No 075 F and A M last Monday night the first and third degrees were conferred Hon A B Tlchenor Master of Cntertown lodge and six oth er members of that lodge were wel come visitors This lodge will con fer the first second and third degrees at its next regular convocation first Monday night In May f BLENDED WHISKYIS WHISKY President Roosevelt Settles The I Vexed Question on Which Commissioners Differ Washington April SPres Roose velt it is stated on excellent authority has decided to rule that what is known as blended whisky Is not good whiskey under the pure food law arfd that when offered for sale it must bear labels which states that the con tents are neutral or cologne spirits colored and flavored in imitation of whisky The decision will be of far reaching importance to the whisky businessIn the decision as stilted today President Roosevelt has overruled his secretary of agriculture Sec retary Wilson and Dr Wiley tho chief chemist of the department of agricul ture are Jointly entrusted under the law with the enforcement of the pro visions governing labels They have been wrestling for months with the question What Is whisky They were unable to agree The question was passed up to the Presldentand he ivilh the support of Attorney General Bonaparte wiillt is understood hold that the pure food law was enacted for the protection of the consumer Whisky must be the original product obtained by ageing the product of the still worm for four years In a charred barreland that the modern article obtained by mixing neutral or cologne spirits with coloring and flavoring in gredients is not whisky but an Imitation thereof MATANZAS April 9Somo corn hits been planted in this community The recent cold weather has killed most of the fruit here Miss Mabel Tlchenor who has been visiting relatives in Hartford for three weeks rettfrfied home last Saturday Several from this place are attend- Ing court at Hartford this week E T Williams of Goshen was here me day last week on business- A Sunday school was organized at the Baptist church here last Sunday- L W Tich nor was elected Superintendent W P Render Assistant Superintendent and W C Everly Sec retary and Treasurer Mrs Dbrcas Tichenor is still quite ill Mr VB Patterson of Hartford was here a few days ago looking after the lower Point school yD Ol Brown left last Sunday for rlopldnsvttle where ho has ccepted n position J Notice All persons having claims against the estate of the late J Harvey Con diet are hereby notified to present same tome properly proven on pr I before the first Monday in June 1907 or they will be forever barred Anyone knowing themselves indebted to said Cbhdlcts estate will please call HartIfordJune to attend to this business 39t4 E T WILLIAMS Admr of J Harvey Condict lw I F+ lr1 I v r I to HARRIMAN FIRED- ENTIRELY TOO SOON His Scheme For Wealth to Dictate Nominee For President Ex ploded Prematurely Washington D C April 9 It is not generally known but It is a fact that when the Spaniards laid to am bush the Rough Riders at Gauaslmas in Cuba the whole plot was spoiled oeagerandIat of the column before it got well Into the line of fire There Is a remarkable similarity about the things that have happened In the political world this week Whether the Harriman letter with the attendant discussion was responsible for spring ing the mine too soon it is impossible to say If that discussion had not arisen political enemies of the admin istration might not have gotten gay and talked so much But the fact re mains that someone leaked and about the prettiest plot on record in Ameri can politics has been spoiled- It is alleged that Senator Penrose got extra communicative at a dinner recently and announced there was a scheme afoot not to beat the Presi dent for the renomination because It Is not generally believed he would take the renomination under any cir cumstances but to beat his plan for getting a free man and a man after his own heart nominated by the Re lublican party The details of the plot are a little too explicit and probable to make it seem all talk It was to the effect that the railroads and big corporate interest including Harriman II H Rogers and the rest of the Standard Oil crowd had started a fund of 5000000 to thwart the President in the next campaign In securing a man for the Republican nomination who would carry out the Presidents policies Altogether it is a remarkable story and one that has been in the nil for over a week It was believed there was something doing under the sur face in the way of opposition to the President and that the railroads were at the bottom of It in revenge for what they considered was ungenerous treatment at the hands of the admin istration But that anything so wide spread and finished In the way of a conspiracy was afoot was not general ly credited There are a good many Republicans now who say that the President has been deceived and that there Is no such organized opposition to him as he believes and the avowed opponents of the administration are laughing and tapping their foreheads significantly to indicate something radically wrong mentally Out It is believed none the less that the plot story is in the main correctand it has served to put the friends of the ad ministration very thoroughly on their guard FOR THE BUSY READER It is announced that Robert E Penny will start on another expedition to the North Pole in June 5 That the Isle of Pines IB not Amerl can territory was officially and judicially declared by the Supreme Couit of the United States 5 According to the report of the Fourth Assistant Postmaster General there are CC4 rural free delivery routes in operation in Kentucky + + r Proceedings will be taken by the In terstate Commerce Commission against E H Harriman in a Federal court to compel him to answer certain ques tions regarding his stock transactions + + r A resolutlonwlth a practically unan- Imous vote in its favor was adopted by the House of the Minnesota Legis lature recommending that President Roosevelt be nominated for a third term r + + The conservative Cubans have ask ed Secretary Taft to have the election for delegates to Congress delayed an other year because the conditions are not yet ripe for them to assume selfgovernment Err The cases of French Abnor and Smlthaccused of the Marcum murder were continued at Beattyville The defense presented affidavits alleging preIvented attendanc r1 + Gov Hanly of Indiana has been or i 0 dered to bed for three weeks I by his physicians He is to be allowed to do no workother than affixing his signature to papers necessary in order that now laws may go into effect + + 4 The case of Bill Brittoncharged together with Judge James HarglsEl bert HargisEd CallahanJesse Spicer and Curt Jettwith the assination of James CockrillTown Marshal of Jack CircuitCourt555The President has appointed Oscar R Hunley to be United States District Judge for the Northern district of Alabama This action endsa long contest for this office for which there were a number of applicants both Democrats and Republicans r + + Investigation Is being made at Cin cinnati of the circumstances preceding the death of Miss Carey Lucille Clay poola beautiful Bowling Green Ky girl who died at time home of a woman physician in the Queen Citywhere she had gone under an assumed name 8 Nightriders have been working In Christian county near the Caldwell county line and several tobacco plant beds have been scraped and complete ly ruined A masked band of men called one planter to his door and held a long conversation with him 8 Senator Scott of Vest Virginiawho is credited with being one of the fivemllllondollar antiRoosevelt con spirators declares that he and the President are the best of frlendsaml that the story had given him con Virglnin i W The will of John Alexander Dowie filed at Waukegan Ill leaves almost his entire estate the value of which is clouded by litigation to his self appointed successor as head of the church which he founded John A Lewis with direction that the funds be used for church extension The widow receives only the legal dower and the son Gladstone is cut off with 10 + + 4 The Court of Appeals set the week beginning April 15 for hearing argu ments in the Louisville election con test cases and also granted an order directing the Clerlt of the Jefferson Circuit Court to appear In Frankfort with the tally sheets used in the election The first argument will be heard on Tuesday and daily thereaf ter ending with a long session ou Saturday Judge Breathitt Wont Run Hopkinsville Ky April SJudgo James Breathitt County Judge of this county has formally announced that he would not be a candidate before the Republican convention for the nomination for governor For several weeks Judge Breathitt has been urged by friends all over the State to announce himself as a candidate and for a long while he seriously considered the matter He says now however that he has positively decided not to allow his name to be presented liTESI 4rrm7 iT ten you ar IV I g for ired I 111 QUICKP SERVICE fjJJI t rppoie you want a prescription j hiy Our Prescription Depart J meat is organized and conducted fH olrZte most advanced lines in JS in charge of Res 5J Utercd Pharmacists Who are supplied with every facility for the quick prefand we never overcharge Superior service and a square d ial is what our prescription patrons receive Pre scriptions from your physician by tele phone receive extra attention James H Williams The Store YVV t 1 t I ii In 1 tI 0 J 1 d f r 0 d i i it Ji 4t BAKING Q r 1 i P- aj I p L t II fii1 r immY rJ- H lsrIED 1 =oI 115 gallons of water heated 10 the ol boiling while breakfast When water I icanfrom lire by shifting the leaver shown t 4 1 JJI c ww 6 + + O VVTV T TTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTT TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT Gi a we 30 to it at it we it in of it 12 to HN++N N HyOO ONHaOi M OM 000o0 9 0o o e A SOCIETY EQUITY Holds and Impor tant Next meeting Be Held in Hart ford First Friday and Sat urday in June The Ohio County Union A S of E met at the Court Itouaeat 10 oclock a in Krlday April The body was called to order by Presi dent David Moreland stated briefly the meeting would be one of great as mutters of umuuul import would como up for consideration He urged notion by the delcgatea upon the new problems which are confronting the Society The minutes of the January session woro by the County Secretary anti adopted as On motion the action of the District Tobacco Growers Association in allowing all hands are acoiiBtomcJ to labor in the tobacco fields to be counted In signing acreage pledge was accepted On motion the appointed the following committee on resolutions II D lurch George Hlckey Jack DcnIadI E Barr t ti i1fart of Maxwell local which Is In jVv Ohio county was recognized as a dol J ogatc SecretarySncreaut jiii dgs AlTKRNOX SESSION 1fMet j unit to 1 4 V oclock chair r m President A related In j V AniLr was nuult by T P Tanner r athat only dleei MI C L allowed y F r iw I4i r AA t r ro ro fIT Where pressure water Is used this malleable iron pin eztensfon I water front which has more U TTTTTTT 41 I so 7 NN HE eW s a a To 1007 who that wise read road who chair that at th to vote Motion carried The committee on resolutions as a partial report submitted the following i Resolved That this Union appoint a committee to arrange a rally day with the U M W of A to bo held sometime In June as requested by them j Owing to the demand made on the committee we offer the following Resolved That an Itemized state meat of the per hundred be given to the public for handling the 1905 crop sold The former resolution was adopted without debate j After considerable debate by UK delegates the second resolution was also adopted The committee on resolutions re ported the following additional Resolved That we withdraw all of our from the dumper who raises and dumps his tobacco on the opun market Resolved That we recommend that those having timber form a timber association for the benefit of their business Resolved That we recommend the adoption of tIe following resolution passed by Cromwell Magisterial dis trict union at Dalzetown on Match 24 1907 He It Resolved That we favor the extension of the tobacco warehouse at Cromwell belonging to Tr Cooper at a price agreed on by a committee of 7 members from seven different locals to arrange with J W Cooper as to price and size of the building Respectfully submitted II D lurch Geo Hickey Jack Miller Alvin Ross J Tf Da via Committee A motion to table resplution No3 was defeated by a vote of 35 to 31 Aii amendment was offered by Al bert Cox to exclude merchants from effect of tho resolution Amendment carried Ill jj Vote of 32 to 30 The resolution was defeated ha vote of 42 to ID J Adjourned to meet at 0 oclock Sat r I w NOWGOING ON anyh thei TTTTTT TT 750 SET OF WARE fr I FRmm t With every MAJESTIC sold this week at our baking demonstration we will give absolutely free one set of ware wellworth 750 in This ware is on exhibition at our store and we invite you to call and it Its the best REMEMBERwe positively cannot this ware free Range any other time but during this weeks sale The of the MAJESTIC is the same this week as any other time you get the ware FREE and its worth in vestigating Come and see the MAJESTIC biscuits in 3 minutes and let us show you its good qualities Have Hot Biscuits and Coffee With us any Day This Week ANY DAY YOU ARE WELCOME YOU TO BUY OR NOT AA TIDE ELLg9 JYIAJESTXC WALKING CAKE On Friday April 12 we will bake and after will invite ladies stand II upon once and crush Then will place back the oven the MAJESTIC and make rise inches again Remember the April and dont fail see this demonstrationie erHOONN M09l100 KO00NNON DAMII- oAse sma aea8 eGGee COUNTY UNION OF Interesting Meeting importance regular IG representing ailjoununent expenses business Chairman RANGE cash see give with price but RANGE bake COME WHETHER INTEND cake 18x21x7 inches baking RANGE date urday morning April C SATURDAY SESSION The County Union met at 9 oclock Saturday morning porsuant to ad journment with President Moreland I in the chair The minutes of the previous day I were read and approved On motion resolutions No 4 and ii i which were not acted upon at the previous session were called up nndi passedcOn motion Herbert Local No C02 was granted a demit to Join the Davless county union because of convenience I of location I Mr Allen Sharp was recognized as a fraternal delegate from the U I M W of A Also J C Whittakeri presented his credentials and was likewise recognizedrOn motion the question of lcturnIjl- ing the onehalf of the fund accruing i the per cent arranged by tho j National Tobacco Growers AssoclaJ 1 lion for expenses was taken up and I tho proposition was rejected I Mr J C Whlttaker addressed tho l body concerning tho discrimination l against organized labor by the Hick man Ebbert Co of Owensboro Ky L c Hon R C Jarnagin addressed thoJ body In an elegant manner on tha t question of considerate acts toward all members of the order A motion to appoint some one to 1 make out an Itemized statement of the expenses of marketing 100 pounds of tobacpo was lost It was ordered r that the secretary bo directed to pay M all delegates their expense account to Frankfort State Union when trade oiri and presented A motion to require the Finance Committee td employ some one to1 make out report of expense on saloV of tobacco per 100 was defeated by aivote of 50 to 23I i On motion Miss Katheryn Jones waajj allowed 500 per month for lteephngrr up correspondence of the County Union v It wasVdered that the bill of 11 fbr printing postage etc of OQ1 z 4 ft For SURE All Diseases CURE o- fSTOMACH LECTBIC IYTERS Quick Relief and Core forHead The best tonic Curative L dlaIVER ecretary be allowed On motion the funds in the hands If President Moreland amounting to 4295 was ordered turned over to the County Treasure to be kept In seper ate funds It was ordered that an order be drawn on the County Treasurer for xpenses of Finance Committee In itendlng to tobacco sales as far as the fund would go and that the bal ncb be paid as the money Is received Adjourned to meet at 1 p in AFTERNOON SESSION Met at 1 p m with President More and in tho chair A motion was made and carried allowing each Local in the county to sold secret sessions until the next County Union If they see proper- A motion to revoke the charter of uy Local which falls to turn out any ncmber who permits his women folks o raise and dump tobacco was mended by providing that any member shall be turned out who permits Is wife and daughter to false tobacco A motion was made that any one who Is not n member of the order bo permitted to pool his tobacco Ah amendment was offered requiring him topay 200 the membership fee I Amendment lost Tho original motion vests thorn carriedIA nembers of the order to I refuse to limy from the HickmanEbbert CoI unIIQrorder Motion carried A motion vvvas then made to include all manufactures j of wagons and buggies which lonot bear the Union label Motion- anted Tho siandlng committee to confer i i Yr a i YI61 l3 with labor organizations was appoint ed to act with the U 11 W of A to arrange for rally day On motion the County Secretary was authorized to print and send out the pooling pledges by the middle of June Motion carried On motion the various Locals were requested to put the Union label on all produce Mr J R Weller having lost his warrant for his expenses to St Louis National Convention on motion he was granted a duplicate Adjourned to meet first Friday in July 1907 DAVID MORELAND Pros C M BARNETT Sec When you need a pill tale a pin and bo sure Its an Early Riser De Witts Little Early Risers are safe f sure satisfactory pills They do not gripe or sicken They are sold hero by all druggists m r The Real Cause Tommy What was you bawlln about last night Willie Wy when paw and mo homo from f1shlu maw didnt havoI supper ready and 1 whimpered about and paw licked me And he licked you jis fer whim pern Naw because supper wasnt ready AForThi Kind You Have Always Bought Bears thei Signature CajCrzgTttJAs fir 4iaU fIAr c bra1i 5n r NervesSick i Ifweak wornout sleephave ache neuralgia or periodic pains it is because your nerves are weak It is the lack of nerve force that makes the stomach heart etc vo k- impelfecrty become sick Miles Nervine cures the sick when it restores putsItromnervousness orsleepwithout suffering Altogether I was notseemhl1Vomuchany good Dr Hies Nervine was relieffrom pnlYImy whole system I havostoppedno return of my old trouble nA18 HOW AIm FORD MassDrdruggist will guarantee that the will bottle will If It falls herefund your money Miles 1 Medical Co Elkhart Ind Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN 4 nt r f 1tl I u Sk y J1k j I i t FREEDOM FOR JAS GILLESPIE Prison Doors Opened by Su preme Court Decision Discharge of Jury Fatal Error Cannot be Tried Again for Murder of Sister The Judgment convicting James Gil lespie of having murdered his sister Miss Elizabeth Gillespie at Rising Sun Ind in December 1903 arid sen yl tencing him to imprisonment for life was last Saturday reversed by tho Supreme Court The Court further ordered the entry of a judgment that appellant be discharged from further prosecution on the charge in question and that he go hence with out day This ruling is based on the con stitutional provision that in all crim inal prosecutions the accused shall not be twice put In Jeopardy for the same offense The first Jury that was sworn to try Gillespie together with three other persons Jointly indicted with him was discharged because the prosecuting attorney asserted that the mother of one juror was a first cousin of the mother of William Seward deceased husband of Belle Seward one of the defendants The court holds that the swearing of this jury put Gillespie In jeopardy unless the juror was IncompetentGillespie has been confined in the State prison at Michigan City for more than two years having been con victed upon a third trial in January 1305 one jury having disagreed after the illegal discharge of the first one He will now be set at liberty The murder of Miss Elizabeth Gillespie for which her brother Jame Gillespie was sentenced to life Im prisonment occurred the night of De cember 8 1903 Miss Glllesple had been preparing her nonce for a meet ing of the Womens Literary Club and was alone in the front room of the house when a rifle shot evidently fired through the wlndownear which her body was foundcaused the inquiry from which her death resulted the fol lowing day Her mother who had left her the moment before is the only other person known to have been in the house at the time The moth er related that she had heard a sound as of something falling and had hur ried to the front room The light was extinguished and she stumbled over the body of her daughter before she realized what had happened The Glllesple family had been prom inent for many years The daughter thirtyeight years old wore white- hall about which neighbors had wo ven a romance It had to do with the breaking of an engagement be tween Miss Gillespie and a young man of the little city He had left Rising Sun following the estrangement and had married another woman It was believed that the premature whiteness of the gentle womans hair dated from the receipt of the news of her for mer sweethearts marriage Suspicion was first directed against James Glllesple the morning following the tragedy when he refused to make known any Information he might have possessed It was known that he had a rifle that might have made a wound identical with that found in his sisters head and that he had black powder in his possession given him by his brotherinlaw Myron Barbour Troubles in the Gillespie family had been discussed by Rising Sun before the murder James Gillespie was known to be on bad terms with his sisterand the division of the estate of Dr Gillesplea famous Southern Indi ana physician father of the two was supposed to be the cuase The estate had been left to the mother entlreand Miss Elizabeth Glllespie lived alone with her Dr William Glllesple of Cincnlnatl summoned immediately did not add enlightenment remaining almost as secretive as his brother James The mother opposed investigations by detectives Then Mrs Belle Seward and Mrs Myron Barbour sisters were accused of acting strangely in the mat terWhen the grand jury after a few weeks Investigation indicted not only James Gillespie but Myron Barbour Mrs Barbour and Mrs Belle Seward as wellthere was not a great deal of surprise in Rising Sun The two women were Immediately released on ball it not being considered that they had part in the actual murder though the indictment read murder in the first de gree against them as well as against the two men None of the defendants except Jas Gillespie has ever been tried C rT0ft=11YOU H11 Beet euatUrt I I Is Your Home Cozy There are many socaUed homes that I 1- z t r l tr u x a rittfslng ffloGflSfS ants Overburdened Women In all stations of life whoso vigor and vitality may have boon undermined and broken down by over work exacting social duties the too frequent bearing of children or other causes will find in Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription tho most potent Invigorating 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his free booklet treating of samo You cant afford to accept as a substi tute for this remedy a 1c wwn composition oompo8ftlO1lww do not deserve the name at all Home means comfort but when we have It fixed up so elaborately that we must sit In the garret or the backyard to genuinely enjoy ourselves then It Is high time we made a change and turned out the toogood touse articles and substitute for them real homely things that we could enjoy every day In the year and every moment of the year and every moment of the day Men like pretty homemakers no mistake there They cai appreciate beauty as well as the next one but they want that beauty to be of an order that appeal to their comfort Of what good are cushions so elabor ately embroidered that no head can rest on them What sense is there in easy chairs of such rich material that they are quite the reverse of the name given them Is there any satisfaction in a room the furnishings of which cost hundreds of dollars when It Is only open at rare intervals when the owner perhaps sits by the kitchen fire or in some dingy sitting room where he can put his feet upon the fender If he wants to can smoke and as a great indul gence tilt back his chair Let the sunshine into the gloomy rooms have a couch to lie on a piano to play on in fact a home to live in one wherein a sense of hospitality and good cheer exudes from the very tables and chairs instead of a mausoleum of gloomy elegance wherein everything is for show and nothing to be used Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching rising and bumpy skin bone palnsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co At lanta Ga B B B is especially ad vised for chronic deepseated casesas it cures after all else falls 35tf Special Postage Stamps A special series of stamps in de nominations of one cent two cents and five cents will be issued by the Postoff ice Department to commemor ate the founding of Jamestown They will be sold to the public only during the period between April 26 and November 10 The onecent stamps wil- lcontainin a semicircular frame the portrait of Capt John Smith with medallions in the upper corners of Pocahontas and Powhatan The two cent will contain a picture depicting the landing at Jamestown On one side is a tobacco plant and on the other a stalk of Indian corn The five cent stamp will contain a portrait of Pocahontas LAST CAR OF LOGS FOR KENTUCKY BUILDING Has Been Shipped And One Car Load of Exhibits Are on The Way to NorfolkI t The last shipment of logs for use- I In the construction of the Fort of I Boonesboro Kentuckys building at- I the Jamestown Exposition has been made and it is expected that the build ing will be completed in time for the opening of the exposition on April 2C Nine cars of logs clapboards and poles for the Fort have been sent from Kentucky One carload of exhibits representa tive of Kentuckys mineral wealth hai already been sent to the Exposition This display will be made in the Mine and Metallurgy Building one en tire end of the building having been assigned for Kentucky A car con taining exhibits from the forests and farms of the Blue Grass State has also been started for the Exposition Kentucky will have a space aggregat ing 2500 square feet in the States Exhibit Building The Kentucky Jamestown Exposi tion Commission of which J B At kinson of Earlington is president Is continuing Its canvass for funds where by the building and State exhibits at the Exposition may be properly main tained The fiscal Court of Jefferson county last week appropriated 5000 to the sum already raised in Louisville by popular subscription A number of Fiscal Courts have male appropria tions and the subject will be consider ed by other county courts this week and next N VelozGoltlcoa representing the Jamestown Exposition as a special commissioner to KentuckyIms returned to Norfolk after visiting manufacturers in Louisville and other cities for the purpose of interesting them in the Ex position He succeeded in securing a number of exhibits and the manufacturing industries of the State will be prominently representedalong with the Agricultural forestry and mineral interestsAnnouncement is made at the head quarters of the Kentucky Commission that a total of 750 has been subscrib ed to the building fund by the school children of the State These subscrip tions were made on Jamestown and Boonesboro Day which was observed in the schools on December 12 last Names of pupils contributing to till s fund will be appropriately displayed in the Kentucky building iNothing so good as Cascasweet writes a mother wino 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 L The Future ot the Jews According to Dr Maurice Fishberg writing in the Popular Science Monthly the future of the Jew looks two ways His tendencies are either to marry with Christians or go Physically down hill In the first place in every county in Europe the Jewish marriage rate is lower than the Christians The Jews marry later and consequently have fewer childrentheir birthrate is lower For the United States figures do not seem available but there is no reason to suppose that they would be very different The peculiarity is not due to racial difference but is a social phenomenon only The Jews have a low er marriage and birth rate because among them are relatively few ag ricultural laborers They have on merIIchantsbirthrate is lower among all people alWaYSjthe to be permanent This general tendency to extinction is reinforced by two others A sur vey of the census statistics published in various European countries reveals that wherever the Jews are subject to special adverse legislation segregated in Ghettos and deprived of friendly social intercourse with their nonJew ish neighbors very little or no inter marriage with Gentiles occurs But where there are no such restrictions intermarriage is frequent In some countries this intermarriage has as sumed such proportions as to threat 44444444444444444444444444n is less dead than it used be 4 QCertainwill result from the following treatment 4 Hope rest fresh air and Emulsion ScoffJIALL DRUGGISTS I SOc AND 81OO i t I 4444444444444444444444 I tI- i41v d Jf 7 J- ft ot Y 1 J J Psrrdr en the Integrity of Judialsm On the other handforclbly cegregat ed in special districts and Ghettos they Intermarry too closely among each other and the natural result is degeneration with its various inci dents Hard Times In Kansas The old days of grasshopers and drouth are almost forgotten in the 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 New 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 When Daniel Boone was Captured- Dan Beard the organizer of the Sons of Daniel Boone tells the young club members a stirring tale each month in the Womans Homq Companion The April number con tains tho title tale The most notorious of the rene gades was Katepacomen as the Indians called him or Simon GJjty as he was known to the whites After serving in the American army for a short time Glrty for some real or Imaginary offense deserted It and Joined the savages fighting against the Americans and for twenty years thereafter lived the life of an Indian chief among the adopted redskin brothers waging war upon the whites and decorating his belt with the bloody scalps of his own race The three renegadesJames Glrty Geo Glrty and Simon Glrty and two Frenchmen were with the Indians who captured Daniel Boon in 1777 Glrty led the attack upon Bryant Statlonand it was Glrty who planned to rescue Kentucky from the posses sion of the long faces as the Indians called the whites and restore It again to the red men But he failed In both these undertakings He was howevera man of war pos sessing all the cunning and treachery attributed to the red men but when his comrade scout Simon Kenton was captured by the Indians he did all In his power to save him from the torture stake p 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 O- We the undersigned hav known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm- WALDING KINAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo Ov Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood sstemiper bottle Sold by all druggists ITake Halls Family Pills for con stipation nt Farm Products The Lexington Herald thus reviews the situation from the farmers stands pointWith high prices for most pro ducts of the farm with the condit at the beginning of the farmlions of crops with the wheat In fine condition there Is the promise of another year of plenty The farmers seemed to have succeeded in approaching a complete controll of the tobacco crop and al ready the prices are better than for several years The influence of the Society of Equity is seen in the de creased tobacco acreage The whole country is realizing more than ever Its department upon the farmers The improvements in agricultural methods and the in crease in the productiveness of the soil are among the most important factors in the prosperity of the country The farmer is particularly important to every Interest in Cen tral Kentucky in fact farming is almost the only productive Industry In this section and the prosperity of the farmer means the irosperlty of every form of business Rest fs the great restorer We tire our muscles by exercise and then rest to 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 over worked stomach will give signs of distress to which we pay no heed un til at last Dyspepsia takes hold In digestion is just a warnlngof further consequences Kodol is a most thorough stomach relief It digests what yoneatanCi 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 by all druggists m jI- j tt AVfcgefable PrepacationforAs slmilnting heFoodand agula ting theStomachs ondBowels of lNPANISUlLIKhN Promotes DigeatioruCheerful ness andRestContains neither Opium forphine nor Jofi1cral NOT NARC OTIC- AgveaIJ1s4kt i zft if- I ii s AMWfr SJIt IfeAWetl IJWM rxrntt i nonSourStomachDiarrhoca I- WormsConvulsionsFcverish Inessand Loss OF SLEEP Fac SJmiic Signature of u tI NEW YORK i EXACT CWV OF WRAPEm I I c IIj t r CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Alway Jght Bears t Signature f Nu of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA TN OINTAUIl 0 An uw YO OITY 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 175i THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Chvensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN BLACK BIRKHE- ADUNDBRTAKBRS We have bought the A C Taylor stock of Undertakers goods including the fine funeral car and have added new Caskets and Supplies to suit any occasion We keep in our employ an experi enced embalmer and funeral director and can meet any require ment at any hour We invite your custom BLACK C BIRKHEAD S Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profitsl2500 dayto r Come in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RoweBurch Felix Jim Polk Stevens Z Wayne Griffin t t T rlj L H t jrt lI 1 f t J Yrr M i41 c lr r +i t e l V 1tiA h p oi If j q I r Vr I 4 fJ J j ttfT trt itrit ctai t t t t t nt r t rt i + Jf 1 tt If Jf Jti n t I l r i i J 1 i J 1 i t I rI t 1C Jl JlCa Hartford Republican I Issued by the Hartford Inblliihlng Company INCOHPOBAVED EdttorcorI Exto2 E3- Cumb rlassd 34 ncurh m7ar 22Ie FRIDAY APRIL 12 r ANNOUNCEMENTS- We are authorized to announce S A ANDEIt sos of West Hnrtford 1reclnct n candidate or HeprecentiUlve In the General Assembly froth thlg thu 2Ctu district subject to the nctlon of the Republican party We are authorized to announce W W PARK of the lledii 1reclnct a candidate for Reprecen tatlve In the General Assembly from this thefith district subject to the action of the Itepubllcnn party Examine the label on your paper If t IB not correct notify us The Democratic party Is divided In 1 to two classes those who swear by Bryan and those who swear at him w t Harriman announces that he is go 2 IIngto give more attention to the pub He Time to put your hands on your V pocketbooks 11 The member of the Thaw lunacy r commission who refused to servewaa on it long enough to get his picture in the papers f 4 If the President is not a candidate r for another term what dlfference does j The Filipinos are to have an h don this year and we will soon kno VI whether they are better fitted than 4theCubans selfgovernment M t1 The President has agreed to see ytlie railroads half way There Ishow Z id 1 4 1 r I 1111I iis I Irk 1 tti t I r I ever some difference of opinion as to where the half way point is loca ted I The merchantsttoo hide bound politically to advertise his bus iness In any but the paper of his party should be compelled to draw his trade solely from people who be long to his party If the President wants the Repub licans to nominate his choice neXt year he will be compelled to favor some one who is not a mugwump and one who belleves in a protective tariff Republicans would also prefer that his Republicanism shall be of the stamp which would en able him to see the difference between a Republican and a Democrat when Jie has a good fat office to give out At the County Union A S of E last week the charge was made that In a number of localities the wives and sisters of members were dumping tobaccowhlch was held in their name Immediately a brother made a motion to expel all members who did not control their wives and daughters The motion was lost If it had car ried tho socloty In this county would soon have been reduced to young men and old bachelors I I All Indications now point to a hal monlous by the Republlc men will bring the desired i result Our Democratic friends have no platform Let the Republic i ans come out strong for reform In I all directions most especially Inour tax system We are paying Lao much The people should have the right nominate their candidate for President dertakes to dictate to the Republican party which placed him where he is who they shall nominate as his suc I cessor he will make a great mistake and cause just censure from which his administration will suffer in hs tort We believe he Is too level head ed to commit such a blunder He liar I been given loyal support in all the policies for which the party stands by all the prospective candidates and should not throw the influence of his office against any of themIWe believe the County Union did a wise thing when It refused to adopt drastic measures toward those who refuse to cast In their lot with the Society of Equity We should first exhaust every means to win them through our kindness When that Is done in our opinion the dumper ele ment will feel so lonely they will be only too glad to come with us Take your erring neighbor by the hand and by kind words of reason gently lead him Into the paths of equity He will make a better member than if driven into the order through fear of boycott Besides molasses will always catch more flies than vinegar FORGETTING RECENT HISTORY Many Democratic papers are jumping at the opportunity to gloat over the recent RooseveltHarrlman episode because it is shown that the latter contributed to the Republican campaign fund in 1904 Let us canto mind some recent history which they seem to have forgotten Do you remember that at the St Louis con vention the Bryan or anticorporation felement was defeated by the Belmont Nixon combine composed of the wealthiest men of the Natlonas back ers of Mr Parker No one denies that this same combine of wealth financed the Democratic that year from start to finishIt was the open disgrace brought about by this fact J ocrats to desert Parker all over th United States notwithstanding Mr j j Bryan canvassed all the doubtful States In his interest Do our Demo cratic friends forget all this so soon or do they throw these stones regard less of their own glass habitation PROPOSED BOND ISSUE At its recent called session the Ohio county Fiscal court ordered an elec tion to submit to the voters the question of issuing the bonds of the coun tyto the extent of 100000 for the purpose of improving the roads by widen ing grading and macadamizing or graveling wherever possible There is a wide clamor for better roads and they are very much needed However the court Is to undertake any extensive improvement because it is unable to levy any road tax the tax rate being at the limit nowand no money on hand and with a debt inherited from the old court of 24000 Under these conditions this cour thought best to put the question up to the people and let them determine by vote whether they will endorse an Indebtedness to enable it to Inaugurate read improvements on a large scale all over the county No doubt ths question will be thoroughly discussed pro and con during the summer and fall and our readers will have ample opportunity to post themselves as to what would be best to do There Is no question but what tho county must do something In the near future to better our road system The Jess occasioned the farmers and the merchants because pf the impassable mous if reduced to figures Whatever the voter may think or do with this proposition all falr mind ed people will realize the helpless con dition of our Fiscal Courtnd endorse the action otfs members in submit ring the whole matter direct to the Our columns will be open at all tlmes 2t l 1 it i j r veryman who comes to us for Clothes goes away J looking like a winner We get him into r t r- 1 r And thats the best Clothes t thing that will ever happen + to any man These Clothes 4 6 of ours are the most perfectly iI tailored allwool fabrics fT these styles are correct models and we guarantee a T 4 ff perfect fit We are the Clothing peo PpIe of the Green River Ter 7 r tory We carry an assortment I e Idw I H t BARNES BROS1BEAVER KY Ji 44M 44M Kentucky convention gOOd1I RooseveltUnt campaign Demt powerless hlghWaystorhalt Y19JJtem it Hart Sdiafner Clothes the EIP DAM conapirarlFr receive Marx for a full and fair dlsccusston of InterI our people- Town Tax Duet Pay your town tax at once and winchIMOSELEY M T H 1SETH IVanishing Veterans post of the Q A R has been formed which is to have Its meetings on Sunday afternoons There is pathos In the explanation that on account of Increasing physical infirmities the veterans are becoming unable to attend the night meetings Therefore the daylight post The veterans of 18C1C5 are a vun lathing host One by one had rapidly posttI ness to the Richmond beyond Their great leaders have already crossed the river to the tents of the last Grand Encampment And one by one the rank and file the men who touched elbows through dust and mud under brassy skies the men who saw their comrades plledln the great wlnrows of battIethesemen are moving across to the division beyond Grant and Sherman and Sheridan and Han cock and Logan are within that divls I Ion Much water has gone under the mencihnUengedcontemporaries forty yersagoThlsgeneration does not know them bygonedaythe heroic age It Is a long cry back to the time lastsweepingthe last drink from tHe old well kiss wriijgfromyour my boyjl marched down in the I line of blue ithat went to meet the j 11 f flf y 7 t trrl p rJrr- t line of gray This generation does not saveIas It reads of them In history Do we honor these vanishing veterans as they deserve How the French people loved and revered the gray old musittachios of the Invalldes sacred ics of Borodino and Waterloo Was goodIkind But the Union veteran has some compensation The Government ho saved will take care of his bodily wants It will not let him starve Andthe succeeded He fought a winning Ffight With him there Is no mourning for a lost cause and history will do him justice And so in peace and quiet the Union veteran fights his bat tles over and waits with patience for the sounding of the last bugle call Louisville Her- aldTko the Children To succeed these days you must have of grit cour age strength How isit with the children Are they thin forgetAyersknow it makes the blood and rich and builds Iurejgeneral health v in every way fyodheltlianleeereel anr constipation br fdrlnir leiall trkdose o JerUUll A1M neilaeepreoeteta It VAHtVMO AWI CURE yers 1 1ahlleYthe vr c 4 lI X 2pt ti 1 1 tv 7 J t r 4 7 t titi m mi Y j JED EJ l FAIRS J tICLOTHlNGII vre have recently connected the store for merly occupied by Sam Bach with ours and same will be run as fI- an exclusive uptodate Gents Furnishings De partment Our aim will 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 iour endeavor at all times to keep this de partment filled with reliable goods as well ngmm f I in both quality and price I m Fairs Shoes Priesmeyer Shoes for Boys Courtney and J our famous BurroJap Correct Shape Shoes for Men Exclusive styles handled by us only Come and 2J see them tlI 01Itwithout making selection Our variety is so great Da- i we are sure to please you Call and see them 2JtI 1I 1 4 0 l1J- J w 1 tl Y 3JYb a aga aa aa Hartford Republican I FRIDAY APRIL 12 j RallroadTlmeIillinois Central Table f I r North lloiiiut Soils Ii hound 81111NoNo 102 pm I I Visit City Restaurant IFor late stylish Millinery call at I Fair- si 17 If you are Cdof furniture come to Carson Si CoiMrs Emma Hudson Is a residence on Clay street Dont buy your Spring Suit until you see Fairs Cloathing Get your Meals and Lunches at City Restaurant Best in town Scotch Ginghams rind Batistes the- bes to be hadat Carson dos Shingles and odd size Windows and a specialty Doors HARTFORD MILL CO tMr JA Westerfield and family lagan are tbeguestsfOor Mr F D Baiighn And family Wool season will soon open and we nbe in the market either for cash or trade I CARSON CO Leave your order at City Restau iu ant Saturday fdr Cream or Sherbet 1borSunday Free delivery I Rptail price on Flour Very low Best Patent 440 per barrel Family Ii t Flour300 HARTFORD MILL CO Leave your laundry at CJeve Ilers grocery guaranteed Prompt I eliyerY Agent Richmond 46tf Laun I OrSstock of Woolens ike anncl 8ht I 1 DreS QOQeswai never etterstt tig before elsewhere R II I AnaJ Fdt fWc u iL I 4 t I 4 f e F a i r7r t y rd Buy your Fruits and Candles at City Restaurant Try Miss Lyda Morton for Hats at Carson Cos Mr G B Smith Taffy called to see us Monday Dont et that Fairs want your- Wool Cash or trade paid Yardwide Taffeta 100 per yard all lorsat Carson Cos For Lace Curtains Rugs Mattings and Carpets see Carson Co Isnt the City Restaurants Fish Red Snapper fine No bones Mr Landrum Smith Render called to see us while in town Tuesda- yWANTEDBoarders by the day or week MRS T M TAYLOR Esq CL Woodward Beaver Dam called to see us while in town Tues day Keep the flies out Get your Screens of Hartford Mill Co They makbaii sizeS v tf Mrs Mary E Taylort widow of the late Rev James Tayjorvis quiteil at her home bear Hopewell The Hartford Mill Co wants to sell you any material you need to buJldI or repair your house Roofing very cheap V f For Sewing Machine Oil Needles and supplies for all kinds of Ma chines call on Gross i Williams at city Restaurant Why not bring your ChickensEggs HamsFeathers and all kinds of good produce to Carson Co and got n return the very best of merchandise Carson Co have put a lot of new shelving into the grocery department ot their big store and are now better equipped for their trade in this line WH Parnes returned Sunday Worn Greenville where the had been jthe preo ding several days look Igtg1 after important business matterR pall pndace Fairs Spring Hosiery the now ideas Best Overalls and Gloves for work ing men are at Fairs City Restaurant surely understands the art of feeding thopeople For a n co- Clothing uptodate Suit call at Fails Department City Restaurant is still headquarters for everything good to eat Mr Henry Carter Narrows made us a pleasant call last Friday Mr W F Condit Matanzas called to see us while in town Monday Mr E O Scott Prentiswas a pleps ant caper while in town Monday Mr Mack Cook Arnold called to see us while in town last Saturday Beautiful line of Ladies Organdies and other wash fabrics are at Fairs I Mr D D Bartlett Westerfleldmade- us a pleasant call while in town Mon day Dr H B InnlsRender made us a pleasant call while in town last Fri day Mr G B Likens has begun the er ection of two residences on Frederica street Mr Robert Simpson has been ap pointed postmaster at Renfrew this countyI Esq W S Dean Dundee made us a pleasant call last Friday while here attending the Fiscal Court Miss Orpha Stevens Beaver Dam was the guest of Mrs Josephine Taylor city the first of the week Esq herbert Render Centertown was a pleasant caller last Saturday while here attending Fiscal Court Miss Florence Jones a student In the Business Institute spent several days at her home in Drakesboro this week Mr C T S Overtoil Smallhous was a pleasant caller while attending the County Union A S of E last Saturday On account of sickness Elder W B Wright was unable to fill his ap pointment at the Christian church here last Sunday Miss Annie Jones Luzerne Kywas the guest of her sister Miss Katheryn Jones and Judge W B Taylor and family city last Saturday Miss Mabel TIchenor who had been the guest of Miss Lillie Bratcher city for several days returflfrd t4 her home at Matanzas last Saturday Mr S A Anderson who has been at Calhoon for the past several days abstracting titles for coal land was at home the first of the week Mr J Tyler Davis Louisville representing the Travelers Insurance Co was in town several days this week in the interest of his company The fireproof safe kept In the post office refused to open in accordance with the combination yesterday morn ing and blacksmiths had to drill through the door to open it For Monumental work apply to R A Anderson agent for the Owensboro Monumental Works Geo Mlschel l Sons proprietors This is an old and reliable house of long standing See Mr Anderson He will treat you right 34tf Mrs Gertie Decker died at her home at Rockport Thursday of last week after a brief illness of the grip Her remains were interred at Ceralvo next day She is survived by a husband one child and several brothers and sisters The Ohio County Medical Associa tion will be held at Hartford Wednesday April 17th The most Important matters for consideration at this meet ing will be the electing of officers for the coming year A full attendance Is expected Time on mall routes from Hartford to Taffy has been changed so that the mail will start from Taffy atf30 A M each day arriving at Hartford at 030 instead of starting from Hart ftrtThe new schedule will be in ef fect onAnd after May 1 r irhei5reen River Coal Mining com- piuwof Parkersbure W Va has purchased between 1000 and 1600 acres of mineral at Centertown trod will opena coal mine there in the near future Moley Hatchers farm has been purchased as an opening site Yesterday while MrsT H Black was prepalrlng a head of cabbage for dinner she discovered a cabbage snake The serpent was of a reddish brown color and about an inch long and a little larger than an ordinary sewing needle Mrs Black placed it in a bot tlo and has It on exhibition The Hartford and Evansville packet We Three had the heaviest tripup last weekit tfas ever brought to Hartford It carried one hundred and twenty thousand pounds of freight A land slide delayed the boat about two miles below town from Friday evening until Saturday tooon It was finally fellev Id by the US snag boat under corn aand of Capt Illus 4- eV i- a 4 Mr V B Curtis Ceralvo was af resterIdayt BowlingGreenoffice Iuy Fairs Burro Jap correct shape Shoes for men an easy comfortable wearerj 1anwas a pleasant caller while In town WednesdaytEntire room furnished and filled with the latest uptodate furnishings for men at Fairs Mrs P H Alford White Run is the guest of her daughter Mrs J E Davidson city Decidedly the prettiest illne of La dies and Children Slippers are at Fairs All kinds all prices The swellest line of Shirts Collars and Belts are found in Fairs furnish ing goods department Mr John Wesley Taylor Z Wayne Griffins efficient clerk was In Louis vIHe the first of the week Rev Mrs L M Woosley filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church last Sunday and Sunday night Mr J II Glenn Drakesboro wast the guest of his brother Judge J S Glenn city the first of the week Fort SALEA scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Call on or address TilE REPUBLICAN Mr C G Taylor and wife Hope well visited the family of Judge W B Taylor Wednesday and Thursday Art Squares Carpets Mattings Floor 011 Cloths Lace Curtains Window Shades Curtain Swisses all at Fairs Mrs M E Smith Ovonsboro Is the guest of her daughters Mrs He ber Matthews and Mrs J F Vickers It is surely convenient when you dont feel like cooking to order your Meals front the City Restaurant They are fine Mr A I Nail Mayfield arrived Wednesday to be at the bedside of his brother Henry Nail who is seri ously ill- Misses Lillian Monroe and Mattie Moseley two of the most popular teachers of Hartford College were among our callers Tuesday Messrs Black Birkhead keep in their employ an experienced em balmer and funeral director who is prepared to meet all requirements at any hour 30tf Mr and Mrs R T Collins and daughters are the guests of Mr Col lins parents Mr and Mrs J L Col lins and Mrs Collins parents Capt and Mrs S K Cox rWANTEDTo borrow 1000 at G per cent interest mortgage on real estate worth twice that amount also personal security Call on or address MA this office 20tf rJesse Infant son of Mr Felix Sha ver of Shlnklo Chapel neighborhood died Monday and was burled at Cen tral Grove Tuesday The llllle one was three years old and only ill a few days h 0 Rev A B Gardner went to Butlor county Wednesday to visit his moth er who is ill He will return in time to fill his regular appointments at the Hartford Baptist church Sunday morn ing and evening Mrs A D Buskill and son Master Norman v ho have been the guests of Mrs Buskllls parents and other relatives for the past several weeks returned for their home at Big Springs Texas Tuesday Call on J B Tappan Hartford for anything In the jewelry and optical line A large line of watches always on handfrom standard rail road grade down to the Ingersoll Watches skillfully repaired and guaranteed The local Epworth League will en tertain with a social session at the residence of Mr and Mrs C M Bar nett this evening Each member will be entitled to invite one visitor who is not a member The hours will be from 7 to 1030 oclock Black Birkhead who have pur chased the A C Taylor stock of un dertakersgoods including the fine funeral car have added new caskets and supplies and are prepared to furnish same on short notice They handlef rom the cheapest to the bst- at most reasonable prices 30tf Any soldier who served In the war of the rebellion the SpanishAmerican war or the Philippine war who has an honorable discharge Can procure 160 acres of Government land bycall Ing oil Wallace Duncan Hartford Ky Bring your discharge with ybii Dont miss this opportunity it will never come again 39t2 I I J 11 i- y Peculiar to itselfIn combination proportion and process Hoods Sarsaparilla is therefore Peculiar to Itself in merit sales and cures It is made from the best bloodpurifying alterative and tonic ingredients such methods as to retain the fullmedIcinal value of each andall The severest forms of scrofula salt rheum catarrh rheu matism dyspepsia and debility are cured every day by SarsaparillaSoldSarsatabsFortlosewhoprofer ntno curative properties as the liquid form besides accuracy of dose convenience economy there leakagelutedusual liquid form SarsaUbs have Identically the C I Hood Co Lowell Mass GUARANTEED under the Food and Drugs Act June 30 WOO No 324 Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN and help your sister or sweetheart to go to the Jamestown Exposition free Read particulars In mother column If you want a suit of clothes that you can depend on and that you can buy at the right price dont stop until you come to us CARSON CO Pay your subscription to The Re publican and assist your sister wife sweetheart or daughter to go to the Jamestown Exposition free See par ticulars elsewhere In these columns Mrs A C Ellis and son Prof A E Ellis left for Denver Col Tuesday to visit Mrs Ellis daughter Mrs Frank Peyton who is very 111 and not expected to recover They were accompanied b Mr 1 S Beimeltwho goes toGolden Col to visit his laughter Mrs Eula Taylor Dr T D Renfrew of Earllngton Ky has rented the offices over Baughns store on Center street and will within the next ten days open a handsome dental office Dr Renfrow is an Ohio county boy being a broth er of Mrs Dr S J Wedding of Hart ford He stands high In his profession having graduated front the Plum sylvania Dental School at Philadel phia He has rented the residence re cently vacated by Mr Lee Long on Clay street and will move his family here The Ladies Social Club was most delightfully entertained last Wednes day afternoon by Mrs Rowan Hol brook and Misses Lettie and Margaret Marks at the home of Mrs Holbrook Seven games of progressive flinch were played after which there was u guessing contest in the form of a unique flower puzzle Packages of flower seed distributed to the guests made charming little favors The guests were Mrs H P Taylor Mrs 0 M Shultz Mrs French Vickers Mrs T S Marks Miss Mary Taylor Miss Bernice Miller and Mrs W M Forman Others present were Mes dames R E L Slmmerman F L Felix R D Walker E E Birkhead- J T Berry George Forman W H Barnes S A Anderson J S Glenn E B Pendleton A S Yewell W S Tinsley Hooker Williams and Misses Sophia Woerner Carrie Woerner Hattie Sanderfur Marguerite Guntlier Fanny Cox Hattie Barnett and Ida Lewis Marrage License The following marriage license have been issued since om last report Gordon Morris Morse Branch age 0to Lula F Allen Horse Branch age 26 Dave Gray Taffy age 20 to Tin nle Westerfield Adaburg age 19 Alex Boswell Narrows age 24 to Effie MItchel Olaton age 20 John C Ward lordSjIlleNarrowsago 31 Will HendrlxMclIen ry age 22 to Maud Roach McHen ry age 21 Dies After Brief llliess Miss Effie Browna highly respected young woman of Magandied Monday night after a brief Illness She was a daughtre of Mr and Mrs CFBrown Four brothers survive her C P Brown A G Brown G G Brown and P F Brown Three sisters sur vive Lizzie Myrtle and Rena L Brown The Interment took place at Sugar Grove cemetery RENDER April 9S S Hoover of New Albany Ind was here last Wednesday Mrs McDowell Fair and Mrs Jno Spence were in Hartford last Wed nesday Dr J O McKenney and Richard Baker of Taylor Mines were here last ThursdayJohn Spence was in Central City last Thursday Edgar Calvert of Centertown and a H Massie and H T Vance of LOuisville were here Friday Simon Stephens went to Central City last Friday to spend a few days visiting his parentsMr and Mrs Jas Stephens Deputy Sheriff S A Bratcher of I Hartford vras here Saturday I The mines at this place have qy1 ben working full time for the past two weeks Joe James was In Central City Sat urdaySam James Jr was in Hartford SaturdayMr Mrs L Francis spent Sun day in Central City Rev Grant of Centertown and Rev Hayes of Owensboro preached hove SundayOtha Miller of Taylor Mines and Lee Roy Brown of Central CItywore here Sunday Mrs Jas Bratcher of Beaver Dam spent Sunday and yesterday visiting her parents Mr and Mrs E S Reid Jake Mclntyre of Taylor Mines was here today BEAVER DAMwApril 9 Mieses Marie Austin and Kittle Rhoads attended church at Taylor Mines Sunday evening- H E Taylor who has been in Mississippi for the past few months teach ing school Is at Home again The West Kentucky Sunday School Association was held here Tuosday and Tuesday night and Rev T G Gebauer gave a very interesting loa ture with stereopticon views W R Cook who has been clerking for J P Harrison has accepted a po sition With Beaver Dam Planing Mill Co at Central City He left Monday to take charge of the work Ho will move his family down about the first ofMayMrs Ora Maddox was called to the bed side of her daughter Mrs Ernest Brown at Rockport Tuesday Miss Viana Woos e who has boon visiting Mr and Mrs Jno II Barnes for the past few days returned to hor home Tuesday Mrs J P Harrison who has boon In Owensboro for some time returned home Friday Dr E W Ford and J H B Carson of Hartford attended the Sunday School Convention here Tuesday Mr Hooker Williams of Hartford was in town Tuesday on business Mr F O Austin who has been sick for some time is not improving any Mr John H Dames was In Louisville last week on business 0 V Liles and G W Brunton of Williams Mines wore in town Sun dayRev J Frank linker filled his rag ular appointment here Sunday and Sunday night Rev A B Gardner filled his regular appointment here Sunday and Sunday night K V Williams is in Louisvlllo this week on business Dan Kelly of Graham was in town SundayDr Mrs J 0 McKannoy ware in town Monday Mr Elvis Jarnngin who has been clerk at the Austin House for tine past two years has resigned his place and left for Decovin whore ho will work r1 Morgan who lies bent Mann ger for the Cumberland Telephone nil Tolegraph Co at this place for soma lime has resigned his place to take effect May 1 His successor has i not been selected Mrs J P McKenney who has been sick for the past few days Is slowly Improving Dr L 0 Render Morton Williams Cecil Hocker and W C McKenney attended the skating rink at Williams Mines Tuesday night Miss Marline Bennett of Hartford spent Monday and Tuesday in town A S of E Meeting The Cromwell District Union met at Balzetown March 23 with Mr E P Sandefur in the chair An Interesting program was tak itUII and gone through with enthusiasm The num ber of locals represented was too small Brethren let us awake and make our district the equal of any In the coun ty Our next meeting will be held at Brethlento send a full delegation MACK COOK Cor Sect aeaGood for everything a salve Is used for and especially recommended for Piles That Is what wo say about DeWitts Carbolized Witch Ha zel Salve That 11I whaCtwanty years of usage has proven Get the origi nal Sold by all druggists m Y I t Iw a iT1at J PLANS COMPLETE FOR EQUITY COLLEGE Worlf on Building Will Bejrin in V Short Time Large Subscip tlons Have Been Received Arrangements for the new Equity college to be built at the Chautauqua park have been completed between S a A Everltt president and founder of the A S of E and the directors of the Seven Hills Chautauqua company It now remains only for the tockhol ders of the Chautauqua company to ratify the contract For this purpose a meeting has been called to be held within thirty days After this meeting If everything Is satisfactory the work on the new college will be commenced at once- Several large subscriptions have been received for the College This matter has been under consideration for sometime The reason that an agreement had not been reached before this was the desire of J A Everitt to plant a much larger college than was first thought of by the conferees The college will be In line to receive endowments and its success is assured 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 She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite feels strong and sleeps well Thats the 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 nre greatly strengthened by them Guar anteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by all Druggist 60cmA Plea for our Farmer Boy In the most of the agricultural regions of our beloved country there Is a scarcity of good Intelligent trustworthy able bodied men In fact so scarce are they becoming that our tar mer friend Is finding It necessary to offer considerably higher wages in order to get men to do his work And then his inducements are not responded to by the practiced and skil- ful farmer but by the green blundering laborer from the city or the foreigner who knows little more about the work he is required to do than the work knows about him And why this scarcity Where are the young men who were born and raised In the county Gone to the city The superior Inducements of fered by the city in wages culture and pleasure is the cause of this scarcityThe oung man who has been rais ed on a farm has brains and ambition just as well as his city cousin He also has as strong desire for pleasure He early comes to the realization that on the average farm as a common farmhand his brains are little needed and that his ambitions Inmost cases are literally trampled un der foot He seeks for good whole some pleasure but Instead finds none ut all or only the abasing pleasures of the everenticing saloon Here his soul is being consumed and his ambi tion drowned by the heat of passion unless by some providence he is de livered from its terrible fascination He seeks in vain for satisfaction for his talents and desires until by chance perhaps he hears of the superior advantages and opportunities of fered by the city He hesitates no longer but saying goodby to the country and to farm life he goes to the city Here he expects to win fame and fortune And he does win them if his character is sufficiently strong to carry him safely through the storm of temptation trials and snares that beset him on every side from tht very first moment that he sets toot in the city What a pity that he has been compelled to leave his home and people in order to find what his heart most desires What a pity that his native home and community by driving him off has robbed itself of its best brains and brawn and leaves for Itself noth ing but the worthless unambitious young fellow with perhaps a few capable energetic young fellows whc have found sufficient opportunity at homeIt a shame that such condition should prevail And it is a seriout state of affairs for it is bound tc bring ruination in proportion to the loss of talent Wherein lies the cause of this desertion of the farming regions by the best blood Who is responsible Some may say the young man has nc right to desert his home Can he b the cause Is it his fault that hi seeks other channels for his energiei to work In Certainly not for he wll seek and find the proper channel for his activities no matter where h may be compelled to go No No No Emphatically No Not the youni man but his parents anti his commu drive him away from home IB there a remedy for this evil 1fr ei Yea I may almost say crime Is there no way to keep the energetic brainy and progressive young fellows at home There to make use of their talents and energies for the betterment of their homes and com munities There surely Is and it lies In the power of the parentsof those young men to apply the remedy Fathers and mothers if you love your sons if you love your homes if you love your communltleslf you love your grand and glorious country begin at once to apply the remedy which will keep your sons at home Begin while he is yet a young child by making his home one of happiness His soul craves it and he will have it If not wholesome pleasure at home then the unwholesome and souldes troying pleasures of the world Make his home all that can be expected to beMake him feel that his home is the happiest place in the world Give him a good liberal education If In any way possible give him a college training Give him a chance to cultivate and improve the talents and faculties with which he has been endowed Drop your ancient ideas and methods of work and adopt more upto date ones This is an age of rapid progress and if you are not willing to recognize it your son will He will wish to take a hand in the natural progress of his environments and If not granted that opportunity at home then he will surely seek In othe and perhaps more congenial environ mentsFor the sake of your country your community your home and your son do all in your power to keep him at home e r A Criminal Attack on an inoffensive citizen Is frequently made hi that apparently useless little tube called the appendix Its generally the result of protracted constipation following liver torpor Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver prevent appendicitis and establish regular habits of the bowels 25c at all Druggists drug store m The Editors Lament AlrTramr tramp tramp Mortimer Crane Brown in The Com mercial News In my office chair I sit Thinking sadly of the day When of mileage books my Sunday clothes were full And the tears they fill my eyes When I think that I must pay For a ride where once I used to have- a pull Tramp tramp tramp the boys are marching One by one they count the ties How they miss the mileage strip When they want to take a trip And their bank account is not the proper size O the happy days of old 0 the stories that we told When within the smoker we were stowed away How we puffed the fragrant weed How we joshed the iron steed As we rode around without a cent to pay Ah how little did we think That the power of printers Ink Would not always pave the way to such a snap Then we wandered free from care Now we stay at home and swear With no mileage book to bridge the dismal gap Tramp tramp tramp the boys are marching Thats the only way to travel now For the evil days are come And our luck Is on the bum And weve got to walk or ride the I brindle cow What is it that tastes as 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 druggists m Talks From Moving Train Miss Fannie Goodlnoperator in the Hardin County Telephone Exchange at this place was called up a few nights since to witness a telephone conversation from a train moving at the rate of thirtyfive miles per hour between Carrollton and Louisville The conversation could be distinctly heard as could the whistling of the engine under proper connection The device used In the experiment is an invention of Dr Jones of Louisville for which he claims to have beer I offered 100000 The connection Is completed by means of chemicalize steam and the invention seems to be a success By a clever arrangement there Is no interference whatever iron the incident noise of the moving train Elizabeth town News CAoS1ORAI Bees You I of thce zBeqI1 I I 7t JBUFORD April 3Mlss Muybel Easterday of Beda returned home Saturday alter a weeks visit with relatives ant friends Mrs Calloway of Point pleasant visite J D Holbrook i Sunday Mrs Fannie Holbrook returned home the 23rd She was gone six months visiting her brother Mr Sam French and lour of her children Mrs Barbara Flckling Mrs Joe Jones R R and Wlnirey Holbrook all in Owensbroo C W Hussey went to Hartford Saturday on businecs Mrs Bettie Richison is on the sick listMrs B J Coffeewho has had pneumonia fever for several days is no betterPercy Kirk son and daughter went to Hartford Monday Charley Cundiff of Owensboro vis- Ited his parents here Tuesday John Blair and wife visited their son W N Blair of the Goshen nelgh borhod Saturday returning home Monday Mr B W Wiggington has gone to CurdsvilleDoss the saw mill man met with quite a painful accident last Thursday by falling off a log wagon the wheels ran over both feet mash- Ing one badly- F M Hoover went to Louisville last weekMr Jack Hudson is building a new houseMrs Sallie Bales and son Hoover visited Ishmel Bartlett and family of Darnetts Creek Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Hale and son of Thruston vis ited her sister Mrs Wm Lyons sev eral days returned home the 24th alt Bennett Wells of Utica is visiting his sister Mrs 0 Tanner of this place Charley Chism of Owensboro was in Buford Sunday Mr and Mrs Homer Tanner went to Narrows Sunday to visit Mrs Tan ners mother Mrs Galoway returning Tuesday B F Graves has la grippe The little child of John Hogland that has diphtheria Is about well again High Pressure Days Men and women alike have to work Incessantly with brain and hand to hold their own nowadays Never wer the demands of business the wants of the family the requirements of society more numerous The first effect of the praiseworthy effort to keep up with all these things is commonly seen in a weakened or debili tated condition of the nervous system which resuls in dyspepsia defective nutrition of both body and brain and in extreme cases in complete nervous prostration It is clearly seen that what is needed is what will sustain the system give vigor and tone to the nerves and keep the digestive and assimilative functions healthy and active From personal knowledge wean recommend Hoods Sarsaparilla to this purpose It acts on all the vital organs builds up the whole systeman tits men and women for these high pressure days Out of Sight Out of sight out of mind Is an old saying which applies with special force to a sore burn or wound thats been treated with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its out of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles too and chilblains Guaranteed by all Druggist 25c m Sparrow Roosts in His Boot At Kingston Pa William Beeber brick manufacturer one morning while pulling on one side his boots heard a peculiar noise inside Think- Ing it was a rat or a snake he grabbed a club and holding the boot upside down and shaking it he made himself ready to bang the tenant the Instant It appeared when to his surprise a very lively sparrow flew out Scissors In Womans Body An operation performed at the Wichita Kansas hospital March 16 resulted In the removal of a pair of fiveinch scissors from the thigh of Mrs W R White of Braman Okla She was operated on for a tumor tour years ago and the scissors were left in the abdominal cavity The scissors worked through her body to her thigh causing excruciating pain They were discovered with the aid of the Xray A Positive1 CURE Elys Cream Balm It qulcklrobtorbed i Give Relhtrt Once It cIeaIlCS80othes heals and protects the diseased morn I brano It cures Catarrh and drives away a Cold in the Head quickly Re stores Senses of I Tasto and Smell Full size 5o chat Drug LII The u I and TRADE MApKBproraptly obtained to nil countrttt or no THAT PAY edvertLethem thoroughly At our upeme and nelp you to success Bend model photo or ketch for FREE 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HOME I 1 J Oil BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD o 4 f H CBE THEM WHEN IN VV 4REAOHb 4M5 L HEAVRIN J M4nageLf j TDLL K4 34VK rtt J t+ + + lJt I a-y t t r GI f t t 1M vr Py v t i t r II 1r 4f94il 1 r 0 HUSBAND RETDRSAFTER ABSENCE OF 3i YEARS Wife Who Has Been Married Twice is Now Roving Maniac Ashland Ky April i 6Theap pearance of Alexander Van Wyth effected temporarily the reunion of man and wife separated for thirty five years but It brought none of the joys usually attendant upon such In cidents On the contrary it drove the woman Into a raving manlacand had the legal effect of making two families of children illigltimate Thirtyfive years ago Van Wyth came into this secUona stranger At a country dance he met Ella Pyme a pretty mountain girl fell in hive with her and they were married One child was born to them After a time Van Wyth went away qu a mission that even his wife did not understand He wrote to his young wife regularly and sent her money Frequently in his letters he told her of his anxiety for his term of enlstment to end that he might re turn to her and the little ne- At length the letters censed to come Then there was a report hardly more than a rumorthat Van Wyth had been killed In a pistol duel with a midshipman on the vessel on which he was stationed The young wife refused to believe the story but after several years without any letters or any kind of nOys she became con vinced that her husband was dead After a time Herbert Pyle a young West Virginian wooed Mrs Van Wyth and married her Five chil dren were born to them Ten years ago Pyle died and his widow again married the third husband being El mer Wyatt- A few days ago a travelworn man came to the Wyatt home He sat down on the doorstep and looked at Mrs Wyatt Ella dearhe said I could not come earlier 1 know you thought 1 was dead I know you have married again I know you dont need me now And because 1 lovo you I will not interfere Before he had said many wordsshe recognized him as her first loverAl exander Van Wyth She fell in a swoon When she recovered Van Wyth had gone She is now a maniac and will be taken to an asylum for the insane SCHROADER SCHOOL HOUSE April 3The committee for the new I church that is being built at this place let out the contract last Saturday for completing it Rev Joe Acton will preach at this place the 2nd Sunday in this month W H Potts who has been very low with pneumonia fever is reported some better Cecil Taylor and sister of Spring Lick Ky visited their sister Mrs Melvin Kissinger last week Mr Lum Gray has moved Into this vicinity from Taylor Mines It is reported that the recent cold weather has killed most of the early fruit in this neighborhood t Mrs Charlie Robinson has moved to Mr John Nelsons near this place from Render Mrs Nancy Wright and sot Logan will leave in a few days for Illinois where they will make their future home Maidens Hearts a Flutter An organization of seven young men of which Frank Wilson Jr is president has been formed In Woodbury N J These have banded together and solemnly declared that they will each pop the question on a certain date and if accepted get mar led at the same time and take the same honeymoon trip Several girls 6t the city are on the qulvive When your back huts it IB almost always a warning from your kidneys When your kidneys are wrong there is nothing so good as the use of De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills They assist tine kidneys Sold by all druggists m Queer Payments Many of the Christian mission aries in China have a knowledge of medicine and adlminlster to the physical as well as spiritual wants of their charges It Is not likely however that they will get rich on fees One of these missionaries In Sechuan an inland province had a very distinguished patient in tho wife of the governor She brought her fee with hera chicken a duck GO eggs two pounds of cakes and a leg of mutton The last time she cane she brought not quite so much but the next day sent by a messon ger eight stocks of fine chrysanthe mitmiThat doctor ought to open a Produce Warehouse Just sO long as wo have no building to gather our products together in just so long we may expect the other fellow to set 11 Q price and dictate the terms Our products could always be 0 tJJtC tI I Rr 4 i 4tr t U ftI c f handled at a profit to up in our own house whereas it is often handled at a loss both to us and the merchants Who try to handle it under the pres ent no system plan It would be a relief to our merchants to take money in exchange for goods Instead of pro duce the perishable products often go to waste on our bands for lack of proper facilities for taking care of them until they can be disposed of and no one merchant handles enough produce to justify the expense of building a house for this special pur pose The city people find that it pays them well to buy our products for hundreds of miles away and ship them in to their cold storage building then at the proper time ship them right back to the place where they came from having added two freights to the cost price thereby making the price to the consumer often double and sometimes treble the amount and sometimes trebble the amount received by the farmer who sold them With our own building right at home why can we not divide this unnecessary additional cost between producer and consumer and the latter supply his table for less money and proIductsdo not produce enough bread stuff and vegetables In Ohio county to feed our people and surely with enough cus tomers right at our doors to consume them we ought to be able to cash our products at all times If we were only prepared to keep them in good mar ketable condition until our customers are in need of and ready to take them off of our hands And such products as chickens lull eggs that we have more of them than can be consumed at home could be gathered together In- Rttt large quantities by the car load as td Insure the best possible price the same to b paid in good money With nn arrangement for hauling our goods ourselves it would be an easy matter to gather them together at some central point In the commun- Ity and haul them to market by the wagon load In conclusion the writer would ask you to give this matter your carpful consideration and If worthy of action we hope that the Equity people of Ohio county will take the matter up and act upon It in the near future 4 SITUATION CRITICAL IN TRIG COUNTY AH Plant Beds Being Destroyed And Farmers Accuse Each Other ofDoinsr It Hopklnsvillc Ky April uA state of lawlessness bordering on anarchy exists In Trigg county Practically every plant bed In the territory be tween Gracey and Cerulean Springs has been destroyed The first beds destroyed belonged to farmers who are not members of the tobacco growers association Then a spirit of retaliation began to manifest It self and today there are very few unlnjurled beds throughout the entire sectionIt predicted freely that the burn Ing of harms will shortly begin and the county authorities may find It necessary to call for aid to prevent wholesale destruction of property Many farmers are terorized A few of them however are undaunted and propose to protect their property and1 prosecute those who attempt to destroy It- Klah Malone a farmer living on the line bqtween Christian and Trigg counties went to a meeting of the as sociation marched into tho hall and boldly accused one of the members of lIeIr The man who was accused of having destroyed the plant bed prepared to bring suit against Malone for slan der but was dissuaded from doing so Malone took out a warrant against the man charging destruction of property but it was discovered that Malones plant bed is in Christian county It is expected that he will take out a warrant in this county to morrow He is a fearless man and those who know him say that trouble will result if any further attempts are made to molest his property 0 A19TOR = AHave Always Bought DthtthIA Rats Steal Granary of Oats Recently while excavating for a cel lar on tho F W Speakman property contractors struck a bed of hundreds of bushels of oats hulls Rats itsee4ms were the thelves that robbed Speakmans thirdstory gran ary and atethe oats from tho hulls Tobacco Pods 3198 Seeds At Lan ilester Pa C C Hallinger a tobacco farmer in preparing tobacco seeds for sowing counted 319S seeds in ono pods One such prolific stalk would seed many acres I l 1 XTrj jji 1 IreIp il y fI I 1 are caused by Indigestion If you eat a little too much or If you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beattheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to expand swell and puff up against the heart This crowds and Interferes with its action and in the course el time the heart becomes diseased tKodolFor Dyspepsia100 digests what you eat takes the strain oft of the heart and contributes nourishment thlbodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous Digestiveof the Stomach After eating my food would distress me by maldnj my heart palpitate and I would become very weak immrdintsI MRS LORINO NICHOLS Penn Yen N Y I had stomach trouble and was In abad state as Ii DyspepsiaCureD KAUBLE Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat IaUn lodlgtition Prepared a t tile Lab our itonaeb bilcb oratorrofEeDWIt1 Inr at attc aeoahlcagoU6 L SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Cumbeland f TELEPHONE thRANDi Telegraph Co j ia Incorporated Iheresnothing the miittfr wltl my business I have the Cumber land Telephone in my resiclence and place ol business My business hat Increased and my wiles voice is nev er heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service an gentlemanly competition T j MORGAN Her REAL 3STATI3If j dwelling or any other Real Estatei for sale list it with us j 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 One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con fisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain j Splendid twostory dwelling in Hartford on Washington street i 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 j tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nishedon application A farmer of 120 acres on the Rochester and Rockport road two miles North of Rochester 75 acres Green river bottoms rest good hill 45 acres in fine shape for cultivation I this year rest well kept Good dwelling and out buildings all kinds waterIedHartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 feet front 210 feet deep Good Avell Situated corner Fredrica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain j The 84 acre tract of land recent ly purchased by J H Hickman of Owensboro from the trustee of H j C Powers situated in the Concord neighborhood five miles east of Hartford 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch 1 C R R 70 acres up land balance bottom somo of it will make 70 to housIe8on easy paymentsIList your property us We will find a buyer j SJi1TJI t Ky i f H 1 f 1 t KILLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNeer PrIceFOR100 Guaranteed for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK PROCURED AND DErENDED SeDdmodtl drawing tf1Ml reprt Free advlcv how toobtain patents trade wants copyright etc IN ALt COUNTRIES Rainess Jiret with Vatktngton tovtt time nonryandofen thepatent ExclusivelyWriteOU ninth Street opp UjlftAjBUUi fatal Offlc WASH Ijo C ROUGH RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY INCOKIOIIATKIII The Rongh River Telephone Co- Is Independent owned and operated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly extended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15 cts 45 miles 20 cts Sc- J W OBANNON Mgr- Hartford Ky u WrrWl D CJ l1rJ Oho Covisity Circuit Court T F Ulrklieud Judge Hen D ISIiiKO Attorney Oscar Mldklff Jailer Ed G HHITOWS Clerk Frank L Felix Master Coinml8iilonerY L Mott Icy Trustee Jury Fund 1L B Martin Sheriff Hartford Ueiuitlea S A rattier I 1 Crowder W C Ashley 1 W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March and AUKUst and contlnueg three week und third Monday In May and November two week County CourtR B Taylor Judge W S Thmlry Clerk 13 M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court oonvanot first Monday In each month Quarterly Court Uoglns on the third Monday In January April July said Oc tuber Court of claimsConvene tint Mon day in January Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Officers X Moxley Surveyor Shrevo S W Leach A esor tau UoyJiuneri DaWoese School Superintend ent Hartford Jerome Allen Coroner Jingo JUSTICES COfUTS J H WIlliam heaver LtamMareh Si June 23 September 24 December W- AV P Miller lore HranchMarch M Tuna 23 September 2S December M- AV S lean UumKo ManIt 27 Jurw 2G Sejitomber X December 27 W It Edge Kordnvllle March IJun2 September 27 December at- B S Chamberlain JtedaMarrh 86 June 25 September Si December UK Herbert tender Ccntertown March I0 Juno 29 September 20 December St- jolin II Mlles I ockK rt Mirch SI June 31 September ai December St HAKTKOUD POLICE COlUT- n H Wedding Judge J H GiennClty Attorney Seth Moscl yMarlml Court convenes wcond Monday In each month UEMGIOUS SEIJVIC15S M E Church South Service third Sunday In each mouth at 11 a m anti 7 p in 2nd Sunday at 7 p mlth Sunday nt 11 a m and 7 p in Prayer muutlnt every Wednesday waning Iltv J A I evU Pastor assisted by ItevJ Frank linker Baptist Church Services held Saturday night buforo second Sunday Sunday anti Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday nlslit Pniyer meeting every Thursday evening I5ev A H Gardner PastorC Church 6ervice tint Sunday In each month at 11 n m and 7 it m Ilov Bozarth Pastor Christian Church Service every first Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Itev W B Wright Pastor School Trustees Hartford C M Crowe J S Glenn Dudley Ford C M Burnett Dr E n Iendloton City Council J H WllllniiM Mnyor C M Crowe Clerk n E L SJininer man Dr E B Pendleton A D Vshlt AVm Putt AVm Bean Dr J W Toy lor SFCm T SOCIETH5S Hartford Iodjre No 075 F A Mn Kon mauls first Monday night In each III11IinllKeystone Chapter No Ito meoui ovary third Saturday night In vetch month 11 N StevoiiH high Priest French VIoU ers Secretary Rough lilvcr Lodge No 110 KnlKlltS of Pythias meets every Tuu day night C M Bnrnott C C C M Crowe 1C of H and S Hartford Tent No1 K 0 T M mieta evtry Thursday nltclit E B Pen dleton Commander D E Thomas lieu ord keeper Sunshine hive No IS r O T M Meets tint Friday ovon In and third lrMay afternoon of each month Mrs K Want Griffin Lady Commander Mae Stio Alt r Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Pot No4 G A II holds regular meetings Saturday before the first Sunday in each month F o- rlrtl t mniiMd r I A Anderson Adj n ndigestionXpalpitation of the heart Digests whatyoueat 7 vor IftiJ 8 x ROtL Baking Ponder is iiidispen sable td the finestufcake hotbreads rolls and muffins Housekeepers are sometimes importuned to- Y buy other powders because whey are cheap Housekeepers should stopand think Ifsuch powdersfareilbwer priced are they inferior 1 Is economy to spoil your digestion I TheII Baker and Pastry Cook containing over 800 most practical and valuable cooking re to every patron Send postal card with your full address ROYAL POWDER CO NEW YORK STORM DESTRUCTIVE AT CENTRAL CITY Business Houses Unroofed and Goods Greatly Damaged By Rain A destructive as well as terrorizing wind rain and hall storm visited Cen tral City last Sunday afternoon At 115 oclock the storm accompanied by heavy rumbling sound struck the little hamlet with its dreadful force The tin roof on the drug store of Dr W R McDowell and the grocery ofC W Jones was rolled tight and deposited in a rear yard of a dwelling Bricks and debris of every descrip tion filled the air and the telephone wires were badly damaged pieces of roofs clinging to all the wires in the heart of town The roof of the A O U W Hall was neatly removed the C H Bland ford business house damaged roof of the J W Blackburn livery stable re moved and halt of the stable blown down roof of the business house of Eugene Lacefield pealed off as though done by human hands J F Robert son drug store damaged and a large number of dwellings more or less dam aged When the roofs commenced to fly through the air people left the buildings and started for their homes in a run never stopping to secure lost hats Trees ten Inches in diameter were uprooted or broken off even with the ground Leaves wore stripped from the trees and pasted on the housesStock not protected seemed to be paralyzed with fright by the heavy fall of hall which was three Inches deep over the entire town Horses that were always gentle ran and could not be controlled The loss Is estimated at several thousand dollars SMALLHOUS April 8Mr Eraklne Fulkorson and Miss Lolia Hunter eloped to Tennessee last Tuesday and were married No objections were made to their mar rlago go far as Is known Mr tames Hallows and Mrs Price Morton were quietly married at the residence of Mr Sam Morton last Wednesday evening by Rev Tom Morton of Livermore Mrs T R Barnard and children Rev T M Morton and wife Liver more Mesdames Karma B Fulker HOn and Blanch Jones Ceralvo were the guests of Mr and Mrs Sam Morton lust Wednesday Little Miss Athcl Wood is the guest of her uncle Robert Hunter and fam ily this week Mr O W Overhuls Hartfordspent Saturday and Sunday at his homo at this place We had quite a heavy Jiuil storm here Sunday evening The ground was completely covered with hull for sev eral minutes Mr and Mrs Robert Fulkerson re turned from a visit to their daughter Mrs T L Withrow Central City They were accompanied home by their grandson Master Walter Wlthrowwho will be their guest for several duys Mr Clell Withrow and family Nelson spent Saturday evening and Sun day the guests of Mr and Mrs Win AddingtonThere a good attendance at Sunday School Sunday evening al though the weather was so Inclement Mr and Mrs J C Hill and little daughters Marion and Anna Louise were the guests of Mr and Mrs M P Maddox Sunday I Miss Oma Maddox is visiting her J rweLg y Alum is used in some baking powders and in most of the socalled phosphate powders because it is cheap a cheaper pow der But alum is a corrosive wnu taken in food acts injuriously upon the stomach liver BAKING 1 sister Mrs J C Hill this week Mrs Sam Morton is spending a few days visiting her daughter Mrs T R Barnard Livermore Mr P L Wood Ceralvo was in our midst Saturday evening Card of Thanks IA of The Republican read ago of us losing our house and every thing we had by theIlovidence I and we wish to say to every one that gave us a five cents worth We thank I you from the very depth of our hearts and pray our Heavenly Father that His choicest blessings may rest upon I you and that you may meet with suc cess in this world and finally gain a home in Heaven- I MR AND MRS JOHN LEACH Manda Ky April 11 Ri i- On I I TRIGG COUNTY CITI ZENS ARE INDIGNANT Account of The Stories of Lawlessness Sent Out From Hopkinsville Cadiz Ky April 9 Citizens of Cadiz and Trlgg county are Indignant at the reports from Hopkinsville about lawlessness in this county and it is claimed that the hue and cry is being raised to conceal the lawlessness which is prevailing in Christian coun ty Trigg county Is quiet and the al leged night riders have not been at work In this county as the Hopkins yule stories have been stating The story that lawlessness bordering almost on anarchy prevails in Trigg county Is a libel on the residents of this county and is without truth At least half of the section between Gracey and Cerulean which Is said to be one of the hotbeds of the trou ble according to the reports from Hopkinsville Is in Christian county and not in Trigg county One thing on which Hopklnsvllle enlarged was merely a neighborhood scrap magnified into an attack by night riders and an effort to bring them into court In the first place the trouble occurred two weeks ago and was confined merely to the two persons concerned Notice to Ice Customers- Wo 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 rTAFFY April 10Rev R E Fuqua filled his regular appointment at Clear Run Baptist church last Sunday Mr Marlon Yates of Rochesterpdss ed through this community enroute to Owensboro where he will spend a few days and then return by Beaver Dam where he will meet his daughter Mrs J E Park then she will accom pany him homo where she will spend- a week David Gray of this place and Miss Tiny Westerfield of Adaburg were united In matrimony Sunday afternoon at tho residence of the brides parents Rev R E Fuqua officiated R P Kirk of Buford visited friend in this community last night and Sun dayIra Funk and Ira Gray and Orland Park attended the wedding of David Gray and Miss Tiny Westerfield Sun day J E Funk visited Toni Patton Sun day eveningI t f ALL MONEY SPENT FOR PUBLIC ROADS Good Investment and Farmers are Beginning to Realize Necessity of High Ways In every county in the State the peo pip are talking good roads as they never talked them before Itseems that the people have become infused with the idea that money spent by IsnotadonaUon vestment for their benefit especially and for that reason the farmers are head- Ing the movements In the several counties to have greater improvements made than ever before This is es pecially the case in the central and western part of the State where road improvement is mostly needed When the tax payer gets to the point wherd ho can recognize expenditure for good roads to be an investment and a good one and not a filching of money from his pocket for a bad purpose we shall have good roads and the tax payer will pay his road taxes with the same degree of satis faction that he would pay for a new wagon or a new barn It tsan In vestment and not a donation and It is the best investment a farmer could make He is especially benefited La Rue County Herald Of COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE April 8Bro G W Gordon was called to Owensboro last Saturday to be at the bedside of his brother who Is dangerously ill Mr J P Coleman has been on the sick list for several days Miss VIda Felix Owensboro who is visiting her sister Mrs T R Black visited In this neighborhood last weekMiss Fannie Allen who has been visiting her grandmother Mrs Gary returned to her home fRevDam preached a very able sermon at the school house Sunday night On ac count of the inclemency of the weather there were not many pres entSeveral of the Equity fonts attend ed the farmers convention at Hartford Friday and Saturday Misses Cora and Vera Gordon Or pha Stevens and Marie Curry visited Mrs Jim Black last Wednesday night Mr and Mrs J L Allen spent Sun day at Mr Silas Stevens We half quite a severe hall and rain storm here Sunday much dam age was done to the fruit crop Mrs Nannie Stevens and little niece Muriel Oglesby visited at Mr C W Stevens Sunday night Mr Charlie Stevens spent Saturday night and Sunday with his cousins Calvin and Fred HocKer Making Things Hustle This is a commonplace term but very expressive It tells of the bus tle and energy and speed characteristl of our times It makes ua think of strong vigorous courageous and skill ful men and womenthe kind that make a success of everything Are you one of those who can make things hustle If you are not de pend upon it something Is wrong and you should find out what and apply the remedy Lack of physical energy indicates poverty of the blood and that condi tion calls for Hoods Sarsaparllla just as surely as a keen appetite calls for food This medicine not only puri fies the blood curing scrofula eczema and all skin eruptions as everybody knows or ought to know but It enrich es and vitalizes the blood quickens the circulation and gives snap and vigor to brain and muscles When the impure and sluggish blood Is purified and invigorated with Hoods Sarsaparllla the mind becomes clear er the step more elastic the hand steadier and the man or woman who takes this medicine soon begins Ito feel like making things hustle It Is a wonderful invigorator d tonic and It gives lastlc strength be cause it enables the stomach and or gans of assimilation to supply proper nourishment to every part of ihe body HERBERT April SRev R T Bruner fnted his regular appointment here Saturday and SundayyMrs Nancy Morrison Mrs Ella Mil ligan and daughter Margerlne of 6w ensboro visited relatives here last week Miss Eunice Bruner Owensboro is the guest of her grandmother Mrs E W Lyons Miss Lula Jenkins Pellvllle visited her aunt Mrs Grant Mldklff Sun day 1 vMr Robert Bruner Floral attended church here Sunday 5 Miss Margaret Chambers is visiting in Owensboro Mr and Mrs Rowland Sythla were the guests of their daughter Mrs Carl Floyd this week JJ I1IIss Etta Myrl Taylor is the guest i IF r Pp j m of her brother Leonard Taylor Mr Charles Stewart Shorts Station is visiting Mr Will Stewart Mr John Bruner attended the A S of E meeting at Hartford Saturday Miss Bee Miller spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs Virgil roller Mrs Ida Hinds W very sick Sunday Sehpo at thlBpJace was or ganlzed Sunday Mr John Bruner was chosen Superintendant Mr David Miller visited his daugh ter Mrs Wave Bartlett at Whttesville Sumlay BEDA Aprll9Farmers are breaking corn groundWe some hall Sunday and snow Monday night Steve Ellis ofUtica passed through our town Tuesday enr ute to Binder hookCoal being scarce some folks arq burning wood instead Mr Tolbert Miller spent Saturday night with his brother Allen Millerat WC Bennetts T C Bennett and family spent Sun day night at J W Bennetts Pren tisFelix Shavers little son Samuel of Nocreek died Monday of pneumonia Sum Williams of Centertown has two children sick with pneumonia at Mr Joshua Tinsleys Miss Mabel Easterday opened school at Chapman school house Monday The C P Sunday school opened Sun day evening and rendered quite an Interesting lesson In Memoriam Mrx J T Davis died near Crom well Ky Friday March 22 1907 Fu neral services were conducted by Rev Horn on Saturday at Bald Knob church after which his remains were laid to rest in the old Brick House burying ground Beloved father absent one w9eWeveSince you were taken a short time agoI ourIAnd laid It beneath the sod And your poor soul pmt on Its wings And took its flight to God formiNo more we hear your gentle voice Nor feel your soft embrace Sweet memory clings In love to you Though cold in death you sleep Tis even consolation sweet To think of you and weep We lift our tearful eyes to God In pity and prayer And ask that He will save a home for us in Heaven Where well meet some day and there rejoice upon the other shore Where we shall dwell in peace and joy and shall part no more M S V SELECT April 11C F Miller who is work Ing at Williams Mines was at home Saturday and Sunday Winson Smith and G W Martin attended the county union of the A S of E at Hartford last Friday and SaturdayEstill Arbuckle and family of Pinch Ico visited relatives here last Satur day and Sunday Born to the wife of J W Martin the 5th inst a boy Harry OBannon of Hartford was here last week buying ties Mrs ZIbe Arbuckle of Memphis Tenn visited relatives here a few days last week Miss Loretta Hosey visited friends in Butler county last week Charley Crabb who has been sick for some time is no better- J N Haley is very low at this writingRev G H Lawrence filled his ap pointment at Green River Sunday 4 DARNED PlYMOUTH ROCKS Eggs from Kentuckys most noted prize winning strains 1 and 2 per 15 KySpecialor to persons who receive them at yard Jamestown TerCentennial Exposition NORFOLK VA APRIL 26 TO NOVEMBER 30 1907 Rates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30 in clusive Final return limits Dec 15 1907 Rates for round trip 3045 60DAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov SOin clusive Final return limits Sixty 60 days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 1907 Rates for round trip 2870 15DAYS EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 19 to November 30 Inclusive Final return limits 15 days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 Rate for round trip 2360 tCOACH EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 25 1907 and on eath Tuesday from April 30 to No vember 26 1907 inclusive Final return limits Ten days from date of sale Rate for round trip 1620 J E WILLIAMSAgenti jj tj j0 TILLERS OF THE SOIL1J= Will Make no Mistake byvisltfngthe ReliableI ftfiI i = WILLIAMS MILLER = tfi lIt need on thee farm lIt bihandle= Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and bIt 4l wnikillg Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and R Jj buggies for young folks and old folks b I tfiI Addition = We have the boa equipped shop in Ohio county = ot tfi fitted with the Jateat improved machinery and ap b1 = pliances and besides all kinds of general lacksmith t I tfi ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other b1 = shops cannot do at all Everything at very moder = ate prices t tfi = wILLIAMS VIILLER = J- tfi BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY = i fi fi fi i FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPO I 1 i SITION TO BE lIVEN BY THIS PAPER TO TWO MOST POPULAR YOUNG LADIES IN OHIO CO ONE NORTH AND ONE SOUTH OF ROUGH r RIVER Question to be Settled By Ballot Under Rulesv I Similar to Our Mammoth Caveif Trip Last Year v I t MLast year The Republican gave a very successful free trip to the Mam mr moth Cave for Ohio county school boys determining the favored ones by a popularity contest We feel this year that the young ladles should have a chance So we have determined to send free of any cost whatever timer 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 v limit Any lady who may consider herself young enough to make the trip may enter the contest The contest will close Saturday August 31 I at 5 oclock p m The trip will be made sometime in the month of SepYr tember and thp two successful ladies will be accompanied to Jamestownby F one of the editors of this paper and his wife Every item of expense in eluding railroad fare hotel bills exposition tickets etc will be met by this paper p a I CONDITIONS OF CONTEST Every dollar paid subscriptions tQ The Republican whether arrears or i advance will entitle the person making such payment to 100 votes and they will be recorded for any one ot the candidates as directed Amounts r of less than one dollar will bo credited with a proportionate vote Any one will be allowed to vote for a candidate residing in any part of Ohio f county regardless of the voters residence r 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 Irious 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 toald her in every possible way i 1 NOT GOOD AFTER APRIL 15 S FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOP EXPOSITION This Ballot Will Count 5 Votes forat f Miss i t t 0 officebytI i Rich Men Whose Fathers Were Poor I The father of W S Stratton the Colorado gold king was a small boat builder at Jeffersonville Id with so many children and a purse so ill filled that he was compelled to take his son away from school at 4 tq ap- Prentice him to a carpenter Commodore Vanderbilt founder of one of the wealthiest families In the world was cradled in direst poverty and between the age of 6 and 10 earned his own living by performing any old Job that came his way from selling newspapers and holding horses to farm labor and porters work and Jay Gould who accumulated a fortune of 60000000 before he died at the age of 58 was the sOl ot a strug gling farmer who found so much use for his sons services that he practically received no schooling at allSir Hiram Maxim the millionaire inventor had for father a small mill er whose Business was so unprofitable that his son had to eke out the fami ly Income Eby farm work and wood- turning before at the ago of 14 years he was apprenticed to coachbuilder at fGeorgewhose air- brake has yielded sich 4i golden har vest was the son of a mechanical en gineer Jn a small way of business John Wi MacKay the silver king was the son of a destitute Irishman F tr 1r f- i 1 1 JAMES C BENNETT ro Box 125 Hnrlforil K- yLICENSED alJ AUCTIONEERWill sell any and all kinds of prop ertl Plug count Terms reasona ble r Your patronage solicited who sfamilydiedleavingherself asbestHussell sage who left a fortune youngestofpar beforetholourpoor circumstances and his boyhood was aUdlIrGates dorandserved their 1 apprenticeship to workas farm laborers 41 whosestoresover is trbrlckmakers and the rather of for k i f his condimentscome of sbrlckmaker JC market tfSt dener London I TidBitsr r t of J J I i1 jt t 1 I tn l a K rawp sw