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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 0 rI I ijt t 1 tttrtfJ41 Fir eJob Work JDEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OP ALL TilE PEOPLE OP 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY APRIL 26 1907 No 41 rTWO BRILLIANT ENTERTAINMENTS SubCollegiates of Hartford College Made Gtfod T J Friday and Saturday Nights Work Please Urge Audiences and Bring Nice Returns Last Friday and Saturday nights the subcollegiato and primary roomS of Hartford College furnished the peo vie of the town and surrounding coun try two first class entertainments Friday night the pupils of the 1 2 3 and 4 grades who have been trained by their teachers Miss Mattie Moseley and Mrs Julia Wedding held forth in all their glory and well did the little folks account for the sacrifice and care which had been given by their teachers through the months of the school The exercises consisted in drills songs and recitations Every member Is deserving of special men tion but we can only mention a few of them The butterfly drill Sowing Society and Keeping Store dia logues were especially good A vocal duet by Masters Larkin Griffin and Gayle Taylor entitled Merry lit tle Blacksmiths brought down the house On Saturday night the pupils of the 5th 6th 7th and 8th grades made a showing which could not be excelled anywhere The teachers in charge of these grades are Miss Lillian Monroe and Mrs Lucy T Cooper Their work would have been a credit to much plder boys and girls The solo by Miss Mariam Holbrook was enjoyed by all and showed marked talent The dialogues Scene at the Ticket Of flee and Too much of a Good hing were well played by all those who had characters in them and several of the boys and girls displayed talent which was unusual for their years The Up sidedown drill was unique and pleased the large audience very much The Flower Drill by sixteen girls was perfect and very beautiful So also Grandmothers Drill by twelve girls was true to life and gone through with precision The Military Drill participated in by a squad of Hartford College Cadets was a pleasing fea ture and the boys went through the arious foot movements and manuel of arms with an exactness which surprised even the members of Co H who were present and no doubt excited some jealousy in their hearts The Tom Thumb Wedding was carried out with all the pomp and dress displayed at the most fashiona ble event of the kind by the little folks Master Ross Taylor and Miss Mariam Holbrook represented the bride and groom and Master Hanson Keown and Miss Marie England the grooms best man and brides maid Master Willie Seibert performed the functions of a minister with all the details and solemnly due the occasion The College management appreciates the liberal support given the under taking by the parents who went to so much expense and pains In many in stances to fit their children for the various parts and to the people who aided by their presence The unan amous expression was one of approval and pride because of the good show Ing made by the boys and girls In these grades which gives so much promise for their fujure when they will take their places In the Collegiate departmentThe receipts for the two even Ings was 14830 and the net amount will bo about 12500 which has been set apart by the Board of Education as a nucleous for Hartford College library After a Girl John Kelnmrten of 810 Wood street Nashville was arrested here last week He was found walking in a pond near the city limits when arrested he told the police that the spirit of a girl had accompanied Him from Nashville to Hopklnsvllle and had led him to the pond The spirit cast Itself into the waiter and he was trying to res cue it he said Hopklnsvllle Indo pendent J Mrs WallaceDead Passed away on the 21st list Mrs Rebecca Wallace the widow of the late Samuel Wallace at tW home of her son Emmett Wallace at Spring Lick Grayson county where she had gone oh a visit after the death of her husband iShe w sin her 7QQ year Her husband had preceded her to the other ahoweliuat threev tnontheand i fl two days Her son C F Wnllacehad I her remains brought back and interred by the side of her husband in Mt Pleasant grave yardnear the old home She and her husband had lived in our midst for over 45 years and were loved and honored by altwho knew them She professed faith in Christ In 1852and joined the M E church at Mt Pleasant and lived anNhonored mem ber of tho same until her Master said it is enough come up higher She was Samuel Wallace were mar ried in August 1857 and lived happy together nearly 50 years Mr Wallace died January 19 1907 in the 82 year To this union were born S children that grew to man and womanhood Two preceded to the other shore Six are still living Harden Frank and Emmett Wallace are the sons that are left and Mrs John Torrence Mrs N Oldham and Miss Lena Wallace arc the daughters that are left to mourn their departure Children and grand children grieve not for your loved ones They have finished their work on earth and gone over the river to be with the redeemed forever W G STEWART panda Ky April 23 1907 GOVERNMENT TO PAY EXPENSE OFELECTIONS President Proposes That All Contributions be Cut Off and Government Foot Bill Special to TUB RKIDIIMCAX Washington D C April 24Those who have been looking for a fresh sensation can rest quite satisfied They have it in the proposition the Presi dent has advanced to cut off all elec tion contributions and have the le gitimate election expenses of all parties paid by the National government This might raise a wail from the anti paternalists for it would be pater nalism of a sort in fact of the most pronounced sort But it would be fair to all parties and it ought to result in freeing elections from tho taint and suspicion of money illegimately used The plan has not yet been put forth officially but it has been talked over at the White House and the President is understood to be decidedly in favor of it So far as the details have been worked out it is that the several par ties should be apportioned funds for legitimate election expenses in propor tion to the vote that they polled at the last preceding similar election This would keep the government dis bursement from being all in the hands of the two big parties The funds would be as carefully audited as any of the other disbursements of the government and not only would the people know where each dollar of the money had gone but they would see how election expenses were kept down within something like reasonable lim Its It would settle tho question of corporate campaign contributlonwould relieve the corporations from being held up by enterprising campaign solicitors and would assure all can didates of sufficient funds to meet their legitimate outlay It is just the sort of an unpleasant proposal for tho President to make one that the machine politicians on neither side will relish and yet one that nobody could honestly and reas onably oppose It would make the election cease to depend on the size of theBarl 1 and would throw hosts of ward heelers out of a job It will be delightful If the suggestion is subImltted to Congress to see the of ways In which theprofessional poll ticians will try to get out of falrl facing the Issue It Is almost sensaI satlon enough for one week and will give a number of statesmen someI thing to think about between nowI and tho next session of Congress Succumbs to Lingering Illness Mrs H A Miller died at tho homo of Mr R H Glllesple last Saturday nightafter a lingering illness of sever al weeks Funeral services were conducted by Rev JA Lewis at the residence Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock after which her remains were interred In the Morton cemetery The deceased was born June 4 1831 In Blunt county Tennessee and in 1SGO was united in marriage to Mr W H Miller who departed this life in 1871 Mrs MllI ler lmd been a member of the Cum berland Presbyterian church for about a half a century and was a most es timable lady She is survived by her two brothers Mess r R H Gllles pie and W G GUle pie three stepdaughters MrsR 11 Glllesple and Mrs W H Griffin of Hartford and Mrs M J Beid of Rockport KY rte UNUSED MONEYS TREASURY COUNTED Comptroller Finds There is 176000000 in All Women Experts at Work and Ev erything Was Found All Right Washington April 24A committee of experts has just completed count Ing all tho unused money In the vaults of the comptroller of currency at tho treasury department In all It amounted to 176000000 The count was ordered by Mr Rldgely the pros ent comptroller In spite of the fact that the money In the great vault where this sort of money Is kept has not been counted for six years and In spite of thC fact that during that period something in excess of three billion dollars of money has been is sued from the vault not a cent of the money was missing and the accounts as kept by the bookkeepers of the Issue division and the count of the committee of experts agreed to the cent Mr Ridgely was Ill llIllted to order the count because of the chance thought that a long time had elapsed since the last count and because of the always present possibility of sheets of money going astray in spite of the precautions taken to prevent It The fact that the count was to be made was not made knoWn to Mr Eldridge The committee walked Into his office before the hour when the time locks on thlJ vault permitted the door to be opened This was Monday morning a week ago They placed the seal of their authority on the vault and the money for the current days business was doled out to Mr Eldrldge by the committee The force of counters which did the actual physical work of counting for the committee consisted of twelve female counters and seven male coun ters The women are much more ex pert and faster than the men This force of nineteen counters worked from 9 oclock each morning until 3 oclock each afternoon It took this force exactly two weeks of six work Ing days to a week to make the count Officials at the department say that there has not been a successful at tempt to rob this vault since 1859 At that time a negro laborer succeeded In getting away with IjBOO sheets of 20 notes At the time he whs helping to move spme furniture near the open door of the vault He was told to carry one of the fine cabinets he was moving around the vault In passing the door he slipped out a package of the notes He had applied for a furlough which he spent In Souths Carolina He had n glorious time down there and after signing up many of the notes passed them Ui that State Congress passed an act appropriat ing 5000 to take up any of these notes that fell Into the hands of Innocent I persons but only 125 was ever used It was never learned what be came of time balance of the package but It was certain that they were never offered for redemption at the trrnsI ury department as the system of checking the numbers of notes is such if oho of the old issues had been presented even at this late daIIt would be discovered before it to final redemption Two years before j 1SC7 a clerk through an micron Alice succeeded in passing out a pack containing 42000 This was recovered intactand the clerk sentenced- to a term in prisons e II Among The Lodges Several members of Ohio Tribe of Red Men attended the ceremonies connected with the Installation of a new Tribe at Centertown last Saturday night It is thought the building committee will be able to make n full repqrt at the regular meeting of Hartford No 675 F and A M first Monday night in next month At that time there will be work in the first and third de Many of the members of this lodge have recently ordered individual aprons of beautiful design to be worn on public Masonic occasions sou The local Maccabee lodge will give- a grand picnic some time during the summer tRough f River lodge No 110 K of 1 f P had work in the first and ranks Tuesday night with a attendance of the members The wa in this lodge is Improving all the tim with a steady growth in members One application for membership received S Keystone Chapter No 110 R A 11 received three applications for th degrees at the regular monthly meeting last Saturday night A call meeting will be held next Monday night for degree work It is hoped ever member will be present Brothers E looltflhKnighti last Monday and went to Louisville yesterday to he Initiated Into the mys icrlcs of the Shrine at Kosalr Temple CarpenterBlandford Wedding Mr Owen Carpenter and Mrs Maine Olnndford daughter of Mrs Fred Wagner went to Huwesvllle Thurs day morning where they were quietly nmrrlcdThe marriage Is a great surprise to their many friends as the young people left the city without let ting their friends know of their in tentions Mr and Mrs Carpenter returned home on Thursday night and the affair was kept a secret until yesterday when the friends became aware of the fact Mr Carpenter i a lineman for the Cumberland Tele l hone company Mrs niandford ha been a clerk at parrishs book store on Frederica street for some time antis I well known They will make their home at 600 Trlplett street after May 1st Owensboro Messenger EXPENSE ON TOBACCO POOLED AT BEDA 1905 Those who Pooled Received 725 Net on The Leaf and Lugs Editors Hartford Republican According to my promise to the Ohio county union I herewith submit a statement of sales of tobacco pooled at Bedn Ky 1905 crop and have re solved same into three separate prob lems Problem No 1 on A Band C leaf and lugs that sold at lOcprob lem No 2 on redried trash that sold for 6c problem No 3 on winter trash that sold at 4c and In submit ting these statements I begin with 1000 pounds delivered at pooling house and make a deduction of 81 per cent for redrying PROBLEM NO I A B and C leaf and lugs upon which 4c per pound 40 per 1000 was advanced 81 per cent of the advance 3240 per 1000 was received by pool er on final settlement This added to the advance 40 makes total received on 1000 pounds7240 From 1 000 pounds deduct Si per cent for loss In weight which leaves 912Y pounds total amount sold At lOc per pound It brought 9125 from which take72 40 amount pooler received will leave 1885 which divided by 912Y pounds gives 2065 cost for handling 100 Ibs or 2065 cost of handling 1000 pounds PROBLEM NO2 Redried trash which sold for C4c per pound upon which advance of 2c per pound 20 per 1000 poundswns made 81 per cent of the advance 1620 per 1000 was received by pool er on final settlement This added to advance 20 stakes total received for 1000 pounds 3620 From 1000 pounds take 8 per cent for loss in weight which leaves 912V pounds total amunt sold At li4c per pound brought 0159 from which take j 620 amount pooler received leaves 2539 which divided by 0121h gives 2782 cost of handling 100 pounds or 2782 cost of handling 1000 pounds PROBLEM NO3 Trash prized without redrylng upon which was advanced 100 per 100apounds or 10 per 1000 pounds and sold for4 per 100 10 per 1000 81 per centof the advance 810 was received by pooler on final settlement This added to the advance 10 makes total received on 1000 pounds 1810 1000 pounds at 4 cents per pound iftnounted to 4000 from which take 1810 total received by pooler leaves 2190 cost of handling 1000 pounds of trash which was simply prized and sold in winter order Again from 2190 take 500 for prizing leaves 1690 as Warehouse expenses and freight upon 1000 pounds JOHN P FOSTER Nocreek Ky April 24 A Wedding Ring nay be had by calling on J B Tappa Hartford He will engrave her fcnd your initials in same free of charge4Otf+ f EXPOrsrOPENS UP TODAY i Many of The Buildings Are eNot Yet Finished TwentyFive States Will Trace History From the Ear liest Days Despite the energetic efforts of offi cials and workmen the Jamestown Tercentennial exposition will be opened today unready The grounds and buildings are about SO per cent finished Several of the most impor tant buildings are built solidly of brick cement and Iron and these are Intended to remain on the grounds as a nucleus of a great park Re gardless of the permanency of tlie work however the exterior of most of the buildings will be ready when the exposition Is formally opened In the beauty of the water shows with Its amazing gathering of foreign fleets representing the most forms dable types of naval fighting ma chines of nearly every power of the world and In an opening program with President Roosevelt In the lead ing role with diplomatic military and naval representatives of great and small foreign nations participat ing the public will have Its recom pense JamestownIa desire of a people many of them descendants from that hardy English stock that settled among the Indians here 300 years agoto teach its broth ers and sisters and display to visitors from the other nations the traditions that have been handled down by these courgeous colonists When complet ed it will be almost all that is implied Inthe expression a worlds fair but it will not stop here No other ex position has attempted to show the world the life of the colonists the hardships of the prisoners who open ed a new country after civilization had been attalnd on the seaboard and the achievements these people worked from raw material Twentyfive States will trace their history from their earliest days to the present and the exhibits will be sheltered by appropriate buildings The State buildings have boon grouped along tho historic shore of Hampton roads and command excel lent views of the navies of the world It is this great naval display that will prove trio crowning glory of the ex position Nothing like It has ever be fore been attempted There are few harbors In the world that could ac commodate so large an assemblage of warships The fleets will number In addition to several of the best types of each of the foreign naval powers the Atlantic fleet of the United States navy under command of Rear Ad miral Evans which is conceded to be the finest organization of fighting machines afloat The seal of government sponsor ship will be set upon the exposition by the coming of the President of the United States ambassadors and min isters of foreign governments the Governors and representatives of States and territories and delegations representing Important civic bodies A Party Miss Rowena Rowe entertained in liquor of her cousin little Miss Gene gamestwerewere served Miss Rowena was a charming little hostess and all report pleasant time Those prpsent were Misses Geneva RossMattle and Gladys Maddox Eva Ira and Ula Ashby Kate and Charlie Hill Mamie Rowe Orpha Rowe Alta McMillan and Thel ma McKenney and Messrs Roy Chapman Clark Calvert Corbette Rowe Roy McMillan Shelby Bosket Roily Ashby and Lewis Rowe A SUB FOR THE BUSY READER I Resolutions which are construed as practically indorsing the candidacy of W H Taft for tho presidency were adopted by the Third Railroad Com missioner district convention in ses sion at Mt Sterling S Republican leaders gathered in Mt Sterling Wednesday came out openly for Augustus E Wilson for the Republican nomination for Governoreven t cll 0 R P Ernst admitting his personal feeling to be for Wilson R Bourbon county is so overrun with rats that the farmers are planning a day of slaughter when everybody will do nothing but kill rats Houses have been invaded and every straw pile and hay rick Is filled with the rodents S Dulphin M Delmas and W H Mc Pike visited Dr Charles G Wagner In Binghampton N V Tuesday and the Visit caused a report that an effort would be made to take the Thaw case to BInghamton for its second trial This was denied by Mr Jerome and Mr Hartrldge In New Yor- kMortonAtherton Wedding Mr Ross Morton and Miss Bessie Atherton of Livermore were quietly married at C oclock Wednesday after noon at the home of the brides moth er Mrs Olivia Atherton The Rev T M Morton performed the ceremony in the presence of a few friends of the couple The bride is well known and popular In Livermore The groom Is the soon of Mr Sam Morton who lives near Smallhousthls county and is a most promising young man He has been with his brother inlaw Mr T R Barnard In the Mercantile business for the past two or three years We join their many friends in extending hearty good wish es COURTS TO DECIDE- OWENSEORO ELECTION Dry Forces Contend Country as Whole RulesLaw Reads Ambiguonsly Owensboro Ky April 24ln spite of the majority of 442 against prohi bition in the city of Owensboro there is a question in some quarters as to whether Owensboro went wet or dry in Saturdays local option elec tion It was generally understood to dayand specifically stated by some of their numbers that the Prohibition people will make an attempt to have the court hold that the licensing of saloons In Owensboro is prohibited by the result of the election in the county as a whole The county as a whole went dry by over 1500 votes The contention will be based primarily on a single sen tence of the County Unit law or gen erally speaking on the rather ambigu ous nature of this amendatory act of the Legislature of IIOGwhen an election is held in an entire county and a majority of the legal votes cast at said election are against the sale of Intoxicating liquors then it shall not be lawful to sell barter or loan such liquors In any portion of the law on which the Prohibitionists will principally rest their case IJjI14Take Home a Box of Chocolates HESE dcKcious confections are the purest finest candy made and will delight the J taste of every member of the family t l upVejb freshevery weekand in our modem candy I case keep it in suchperfect condi I tion that it fairly melts in your mouth Take Home s Box lib 60c 12 Ib 30c James H Williams TAe xl Store J ic FROM TEXAS TO NEW YORK Jean Gilmore a Woman Makes Trip on Horseback I Sister Was Making Trip Her But Was Accidental o ly Killed Hawcsville Ky April 20Frot- he State of Texas to New York Cit and return is a long trip to take o horseback and would be considered a big undertaking even for a hardy cowboy of the west but it is learned that one Jean Gilmore a woman has not only made the trip to that great city but is now on her wa back it can be considered nothin short of tle marvelous A few days ago the people of this city were surprised to see a young lady riding astride and wearing a brance of revol vcrs in her belt gallop into town o a black pony With her she had a number of dogs She halted only a few minutes to inquire for a doctor and riding up to his office dismounted and went In leaving the pony and dogs standing In the street A few minutes later she came out mounted her pony and rode off again It was learned however that she only went a few miles from the city and camp ed for tho night Since that time she has been camping and taking her meals at the farm houses near by I She would not give the newspaper correspondents an interview but toI a farmer at whose house she been her meals she told the following storyII was born in New York City she said my mother having die when I was a mere child My father could not bear to remain in the city after my mothers death and we moved to Texas where my father owned a large tract of land and start ed a ranch I had one sister a few years older than myself webelng the only two children Being raised up on the plains we naturally became expert horsewomen and used to the outdoor life and a year agowe concluded to ride to New York horseback and visit our mothers grave We made the trip to New Yor without any accident and after buying a rose bush which was m mothers favorite flower had i planted by the head of her grave 11 then started back home and decide- to go through Kentucky by the way of Cumberland Gap While passing through the mountains near Cumber land Gap my sister was accidental shot by unknown parties and died I here sold one of the ponies had my sisters remains taken back to New York City and burled beside my dear old mother Returning to Cumber land Gap I started on my trip back homo All I have with me Is my pony and my dogs which I prize very highly as they have stayed by me through all of my perilous trip 1 am only stopping here fora few days on account of 111 health A soon as I am better I will continue my Journey homeward Jean Gilmore while showing the marks of having been out In the weather Is still refined and of a type of beauty rarely seen She Is small in stature has dark hair which she wojir flowing down her back and her eye are of violet hue with long black lashes that denotes a kind dis position Hor smile displays n row of pearly tooth she Is graceful in acv thou and has a form that would make a chorus girl turn green with envy She ii very modest and very assuming In her manners and her speech denotes refinement and education Whether or not Jean ilhnores gtory II true can only be taken as It Is told by her- Nothing so good as Cascasweet writes a mother who has used It It saved my babys life writes another Cascnsweet 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 Hoodoo Dick The New York Press has never been anything but the stanchest of Repub lican newspapers The Louisville Ev ening Post has been and is any kind of a newspaper strictly out for the goods and a regular hoodoo President Roosevelt must abandon his resolve to name his successor if he desires our political Institutions tad our system of government by the people to survive He must leave this work of choosing a candidate to the members of the Republican party throughout the United States It must always be left there as the selection of the Chief Magistrate must be left to the electors at large unless we are to concede that our theories of Inde pendent government are an utter failure and that we are to begin an era of a sort of hereditary personal sovereignty wherein a Roosevelt decrees a Taft as his residuary legatee a Taft somebody else as his residuary legatee I I and thus with the next and so on down through history The Evening Post says that the President not only should name his successor but joins with the Press dent in asserting that the present Secretary of War Mr Taft Is the one man to succeed him As an abstract proposition even the Evening Post is entitled to its opinions but when it goes further and seeks to fasten them 1on the Republican party In Kentucky is a fair likelihood that the Re publicans may elect to do their own thinkingIf Post has its way the next Republican State Convention will com TaitmIf it does and Mr Taft falls to secure Republicann opposition in other States where will Kentucky Republicans find compensation for such a blunder Louisville Times I When your back hurts it is almost kidneysgyour are Is nothing so good as the use of De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills They assist the kidneys Sold by all mnTAX ON RECTIFIED LIQUOR TO STAND 1 Kentucky Court ot Appeals Sus tains Legislative Act of Special Session Frankford Iiyt1pr11 19The Kentucky Court of Appeals today the full bench sitting and concurringsus tained the constitutionality of the leg islative act of the special Assembly session of 1906 placing a tax of one gallondon adulterated spirits produced in the StateThe court decidedly adversely every contention of counsel for the blended liquor Interests which side was presented to the court by United States Senator Thomas H Paynter and Wil liam M Hough of St Louis The vio latlon of the Fourteenth amendment to the Constitution of the United States was urged before the court and upon this question the case will doubt thekon error bytupon every isdone a y tax and that the tax is upon the completed product and not upon the constituent parts It was urged for the rectifiers that the tax under the provisions of the law was only upon spirits produced from single stamp spirits The court says that It means rectified liquor In whatever way produced A number of questions of violation of the Constitution of the State raised In the case are disposed of adversely to those attacking the constitutionality of the act aNew Russian Poetess There was a distinguished gathering the other day at at Stafford house London to hear M G de Wesselitsky deliver a lecture on a newly dlscovere Russian poetess who has been highly praised and for whom striking origin ality is claimed Mme Grinewski is the poetess and like many others she has fallen under the spell of the east One of her works is a poetic drama recalling a wellknown passage In Sir Edwin Arnolds Light of Asia The tale of life Is quickly told A bird pecks a worm from out the mould A cat eats the bird at break of day The cat In her turn Is the yard dogs prey The dog meets death In the gray wolf den That Is the way of the worldwhat then The wolf must serve for the lions meal A hunter hard on the lions heel Sees him and kills himthen stark and cold In the clutch of death lies the hunter bold Food Is he for the worm In the mould The tale of life is quickly told In Memorlam On March 23 1907 the death angel visited the home of Moses Coots and took from it the beloved wife and mother Rebecca Coots She was 65 years old and had been a member of the Methodist church at McKindrle Chapel from youth Her entire life was a living exempli fication of the Christian religion She trusted in whom she believed Xot a single fear or doubt obscured her spiritual horizon She had been a sufferer for 26 years from bronchial trouble but bore her sufferings with patience While a great sufferer she always had a smile and a kind word for every one We feel that our loss Is Heavens gain We sorrow not as those who have no hope LINA COOTS I MUST KEEP FISHHOOK IN HIS STOMACH 1 0 Farmer Swallows Barb Fixing TackleComDlications With Tumor Soon Result Lexington Ky April 19Leo Ad ams a Hvell known young farmer of this county who lives with his father Charles H Adams near Athens w In Lexington today to consult physicians with regard to having to ing from his stomach a which he swallowed several days ago The latter part of last week Mr Adams bought a package of fish at a store In Athens and took the to his home to refit his tacle for a days fishing That night he got out several old lines and while he was Adams bought package of fish hooks or a cork when needed he held a fishhook In his mouth While he had a large hook In his mouth he was sud denly seized with a fit of sncezingand before he could remove the hook h had swallowed it Calling to his moth er he told her that he had swallowed the hook explaining that it was nea the roof of his mouth and that h could touch It with his finger How ever as the end on which the little spear is attached was foremost in his throat he was afraid to attempt to pull It outas ho feared it would probably catch in his throat- A peculiar fact about the case i that Mr Adams had been suffering for some time from some trouble in the stomach presumably a tumor The hook has aggravated this and he Is now suffering much pain The physi clans whom he consulted today could suggest no relief from his troubleex cept through a surgical operation The presence of the tumor however make this quite dangerous and the victim of the accident is placed In the pecu liar position of having to keep the fish hook in his stomach in order to save his life While he Is now suffering great pain the physicians believe that the hook may finally become encysted and further suffering be prevented CASTORA OUHzBOUghlSignature Sunflower Philosophy A boy never expects a girls dog to have much sense Nine men out of ten seem to lose their grip for a while as soon as they marry J A kiss on the cheek Is like man Y other substitutes guaranteed to be just as good Itisnt- If the present rate keeps upall men will finally be lawyers and all t women stenographers When there Is company at the house members of the family begin t say Good morning to each other n breakfastThe man Is always figuring on retiring to a farm while the farmer expects to spend his idle years In townA woman may loaf around town a good deal but she differs from a loafer by discussing it under the hen of shopping You are never apt to have to pas an examination in which an intimat- knowledge of the various brands of whisky will help you There Is a certain shock experienced by all bridegrooms It Is oc sloted by looking up suddenly at the bride and finding her looking critically at her husband Instead of tenderly r Hows This Wo 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 hay known F J Cheney for the last 1C years and believe him perfectly honorable In al business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm- WALDING KINAN MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally Acting directly upon the bloo and mucous surface of the system Testimonials sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation mt m m Pointed Paragraphs- True love doesnt thrive well In a public garden Uncle Sams largest burying ground Is the deadletter officeoThere is often a black eye in a name if it is applied to time wrong man Out of sight isnt necessarily out of mind when applied to a pretty girl What he calls his diplomacy is al ways a cause of pride to the trick ster The burlesque show will keep the average man awake longer than a dozen sermons- A man begins to acquire wisdom when he discovers that he is capable of making just as many mistakes as his neighbor Policemen are kept so busy listen Lr i if j l r a ing to the troubles of other people that they have but little time to think of their own Chicago News Pays to Advertise that had faithfully stuck to ebusiness during the summer and laid several dozen largo fawn olroed eggs complains that she was not appreciat ed remarks an exchange See that hen over yonder she hasnt laid as many eggs as I have nor as big but she has books written about her and verses written in her honor while no body Is saying a word about me wisehnearkkyou done You lay an egg and wad dle off without saying a word but that sister of mine never lays one without neighborhoodmyou any Ice In this community you must learn to advertise Kansas City JournntI His Dear Old Mother My dear old mother who is now eightythree years old thrives on Electric Bitters writes W B Brunt son of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite feels strong and- I sleeps well Thats the way Elect tric Bitters affect the aged and the same happy results follow In all cases of female weakness and general debility Weak puny children too are greatly strengthened by them Guar anteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by all Druggists 50c m BABY HAS DESPERATE FIGHT WITH A HEN Both Worn Out by The Conflict And Little Harm is 1DonePaducah Ky April 20 Locked In a chicken coop with a setting hen Margaret the twoyearoid daughter of S S Eaker of Lincoln avenge and Jones street fought for her life two hours while her mother and neighbors were endeavoring to get to her rescue Not until the father was summoned from work at the Illinois Central shops was she taken out Mr Eaker keeps game chickens and a small opening at the bottom of the securely locked door permits the chickens to go in and out at will The child crawled through the hole and was promptly attacked by a setting hen Mrs Eaker heard the struggle and knew her daughter was inside but she could not even see the little one While the mother struggled to break the lock the noise of battle ceased frankchild was found asleep from exhaustion In one corner and the hen con Asidetchild is all right O4SPOft4Don its- Signature c ttBooghl RisksICuba had arrived In the harbor theyeTo be on the safe side four car thedwas 1then allowed to land Milwaukee Sen tine SeldomWear Dr Miles AntiPain 1Pills relieve painnot manytimestake them Many persons who suffer from chronic adsource the suffering which they would otherwise be compelled to endure Their upontherather than weaken them For this reason they sel dom lose their effective nessIsufteredtorpalpitationofsleeplessness and pain around the pmhaveknow what I should do without them and they are the only remedy I haveever used that either did not wear usIng were suen that I woUld be obliged to CROBINSdNa7 byYOurdrugglltiwhowlllluarant ItfallsbulkMiles 1 1 IT J 1 Yto- y r IA5ummerVacation r in Your Kitchenw Dont swelter this summerwith the temperature at 110 Get aNew Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Stove and have a cool kitchen The NEW PERFECTION W irWick Blue Flame Oil CookStovepro- duces f s a working flame instantly Blue flame means highly concentrated heat no soot no dirt Oil is always at a maintained level ensuring a uniform flame Made in three sizes Everyrstove warranted If not at your dealers write to our nearest agency for descriptive circular The is the best lamP for JKQyOLiUJnP allroundouse 1 p hold use Made Jof brass throughout and beautifully nickeled Perfectly constructedabsolutely safe unexcelled in lightgiving power an ornament to any room Every lamp warranted If not at your dealers write to our nearest agencyrSTANDARD OIL COMPANY INCORPORATED FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPO SITION TO BE GIVEN BY THIS PAPER t TO TWO MOST POPULAR YOUNG LADIES IN OHIO CO ONE NORTH AND ONE SOUTH OF ROUGH RIVER Question to be Settled By Ballot Under Rules Similar to Our Mammoth Cave ii 11 Trip Last Year Last year The Republican gave a very successful free trip to the Mam moth Cave for Ohio county school boys determining the favored ones by a popularity contest We feel this year that the young ladies should have a chance So we have determined to send free of any cost whatever the most popular young lady in Ohio county residing North of Rough river and one residing South of the river to the Jamestown Exposition We do not desire to invite any trouble on the age question and hence make no limit Any lady who may consider herself young enough to make the trip may enter the contest The contest will close Saturday August 31 at 5 oclock p m The trip will be made sometime in the month of Sep tember and the two successful ladles will be accompanied to Jamestownby one of the editors of this paper and his wife Every item of expense in eluding railroad fare hotel bills exposition tickets etc will be met by t this paper CONDITIONS OF CONTEST Every dollar paid In subscriptions to The Republican whether arrears or advance will entitle the person making such payment to 100 voters and they will be recorded for any one of the candidates as directed Amounts of less than one dollar will be credited with a proportionate vote Any one will be allowed to vote for a candidate residing in any part of Ohio Icounty regardless of the voters residencetA coupon will be printed in each issue of The Republican and when clip f ped and sent to our office will be counted as five votes for the candidate whose name appears on the same A supply of blank ballots will be fur nished to any one on application The names and standing of the va rious candidates will be printed In these columns from time to time Books will be opened ready for votes next Monday morning March IS Select your candidate and arrange to aid her in every possible way a It NOT GOOD AFTER APRIL 29 FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION This Ballot Will Count 5 Votes for Miss it officeby a t4 It J J5TEVENI N ZWHEN YOU SHOOT I You want to HIfwhat you are aiming at f STEVENSFor I ACCURACY RlfJasShotguns Pistols i II Jreuship Hyou Art receipt lilt eathe you ncalert1 ISedEesutlfulthreetolor Aluminum Hanger willfor 10 ceau ia stamp Ja Stevens Arms Tool Co- P OBex4tM sloohu VAILS UAM VBx Subscribe for THI7 REPUBLICAN I 1I 14lr y1 f WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL ANDrTHf HARTfORD HEPUDICAN BotH One Year FOR ONLY a 150 isaprtproThat is all Mr Watterson isa DemocrattThe CourierJournal is going to youhaveSend yoiir order for this combination to usnot to the CourierJour nal The regular price of the week ly CourierJournal loneiil00 a year fiI 7 If in r r J I 1 Ir f-r 4 i b tt fl W r t 4 1 rt irJT 1 NEW RAILROAD FOR MORGANFIELD First Train to be Made Occa sion for Celebration Will Connect Madisonville Provl 1 dence Also Hartford When M H E is Completed Morganfield Ky April 18 Morgan field will on its best bib and ylandITtrain over the new branch of the Louisville and Nashville road known as the Morganfield and Atlanta rail mad The new line has been com pleted and the first thin will come In on April 30 loaded Idown with men women and children from all along the routedue in Morganfield to attend th jubilee and assist in the welcome to the new railroad which it is believed will result in great good to Morgan field as well as to the country through which it passes It was twentyodd years ago that the first train came through Union county the Ohio Valley now the Illi nois Central opening up to business a new field Years of prosperity have followed On Tuesday April 30 a excursion from Madisonville will run into this little city where elaborate preparations are being made for the days festivities This first train will be for the exclusive use of the excur sionists In Madisonville Providence invitationse here these invitations serving as passes on the train After leaving Clay the conductor will be instructed to bring all passen gers free The train is due to reach Morganfield about 930 a m The Morganfield and Atlanta Is an extension of the Louisville and Nash ville branch from Madisonville to Providence By some it Is questioned whether the M and A will absorb the L and N or vice versa The train will be met by the towns people the county peopleschool chil dren lodges fraternal organizations business floats with several bandsand a parade from the new station to the Grand Operahousewhere there will be addresses of welcome and responses and several speakers of note will make short addresses The homes and busi ness houses will be decorated especially throughout the line of march Dinner will be served by the women of the several churches- In the afternoon a game of baseball between Madisonville and Morganfield will be the feature of the amusement Drives over the town and to several points of interest will be provided for In the evening beginning at 730 oclock there will be a sumptuous ban quit served in the auditorium of the court house It Is presumed that the line will be a part of the MH C E and that it will eventually cross the Ohio river with direct connection for St Louis and Chicago r 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 Helen Goulds Romance One summer night she Miss Gould sat with a friend amid the purple bloom of her wistariacovered piazza at Lyndhurst The settingsun land scapes bathed in the soft afterglow of the halflight that helps the heart to expression The small white hand shaded her brow a little as she looked out among the trees No she was sayingwhat you imraagined was nev er sb I did not love him when I sent him away Long ago I made up my mind never to think of any man like der that Almost it seemed as if the slender fingers pressed against her temple were trembling now but it might have been only the play of the shadows lam neither brilliant nor pretty and she added firmly no man shall marry me for my money A duke and a count and a bishops son are among those whom rumor has had it would have wooed if she would have listened but there is no record that they stirred the calm measure of her heartbeat Then there came a rich manufacturerand philanthropist and the world waited atiptoe This they whispered is Helen Goulds ro mance But it was not The man It is true had said SheismY tdeal woman But hundreds of soldiers and sailors j and railroad men the country over j have cried Mine too and America i L 1 r t c Do You Think For Yourself youngirdlne maXxj offered you 1 + In intelligent thinking woman In need otVftef from weakness nerrou nte pain and suraWn then It meant much to Jfou that thereAfrtig tried fnrt trueonxtmedlclM n0 1f1lQWf royPD mosold b drui8lsts for the cure of woman s IIIL tit 4 d+ + I The makers of Dr Pierces Favorite Pre scription for tho curo of weak nervoUS run down overworked od debilitated paln racked women knowing this medicine to bo made up of Ingredients oven one of which has the strongest possible Indorsemont of the loading and atandard authorities of the several schools of practice are perfectly willing and dotheit is composed in pain English on every bottlewrapper +Aa dr tit + h d+ The formula of Dr Plcrces Favorite Pre scriptionwillbearthemostcritlcalexamination alcohol narcotics harmful or habitforming drugs and no agent enters Into it that is not highly recommended by tho most advanced and loading medical teachers and author I1ractlceThese1Dr llcrccs joaorlte PrescrlDtJon tor the fewor a ml Ie ne s advised + 1- me No other medicine for womans ills has any PIercesFavorltoQualified recommendation of each of its several ingredients by sc cores of leading medl cal men of all tho s ols of practice Is yourII I + I d A booklet of ingredients with numerous tholendlnwill be mailed free to any one sending name AddressDr has come to believe that Helen Gould has given her heart as completely as her fortune to the good that she can do Margaret Potter Dagett in the Broadway Magazine oa ilA OSoI4Boughtr8ignatnre 11 ofiIHad Saved for a Year This proposition said Rudolph poker of Indianapolis during a shareholders meeting reminds me of one that a wife made to her husband the other day Jan n you know how I have g and saving all the yea ster costume Yes u the man 1 know I1Veli she went on Ive decided on It now It is an empire gown of pale green broad cloth and it is to cost 150 I want to ask you to help me a little How much do you need the hus band inquired i Ive got all but 125 she re plied TRIED TO REVIVE DEAD AT CENTRAL CITY Thought Youn Suicide Might Not Be Beyond Saving A report was current here last Mon day that O C Coursey the young telegraph operator who committed sui cide hero last week had been re stored to life Of course there was no truth in the report It origin ated from the fact that on account of a request of the family several physicians had made an examination pf the corpse wrapped it In warm blank ets etc The fact that the corpse was not rigid and tho face a little more flushed than common after death lead some to hope that a spark of life might still exist Nothing unusual however more than this was dis covered by the physicians and the remains were laid to rest near Lewis burg last Sunday It is said that young Coursey had a fear of being buried alive and that in the letter to his mother ho made a request that his remains be kept for three days it may also be possible that a request for an examination may have been madeNo cause for the suicide has yet been made public He appeared to be contented over his marriage and was even on the day of his death mating arrangements to bring his wife here All sorts of rumors are afloat One is that a mysterious young woman dressed in deep mourning appeared last Sunday and placed a boquet in the hands of the corpse which was removed but replaced by the woman in blackMuhlenburg Argus I KENTUCKIANS ORGANIZE SOCIETY IN LOUISIANA Temporary Organization Perfect edExpect Membership of One Hundred or More I At an informal meeting last Tues day night held in the office of Lieu j tenant W E Bennett United States Recruiting Officer plans were discuss ed for the organization of a Kentucky Society In New Orleans A committee composed of Colonel J C Wickliffe Mr B R Forman Colonel J Kemp RidgelyLleutenant W E Bennett and Captain P S Morris was appointed for the purpose of drafting a constitu tion and bylaws This committe will submit its report at the next meeting to be held in the Banquet Hall of the St Charles Hotel April 26 Considerable enthusiasm prevailed I at last nights gathering which was presided over by Colonel John C Wickliffe who was selected as tem porary chairman Mr A D Beasley was made temporary secretary Judging from the interest manifested the first meeting of the Kentucky Society will be quite a big thing with a membership list of more than one hundred A large number of names have already been handed Mr Beasley the temporary secretary and in a few days he will communicate with the Kentuckians telling them of the proposed organization In order to extend the influcncies of the dr ganlzation it was suggested that pro vision be made for outoftown mem bership so that Kentuckians visiting the city from other towns in Louisi ana can make the club their headquarters It is highly probable that this suggestion will be acted on favorably Already several prominent men including Hon Shelby Taylor Mayor of Crowley La and from the country towns have been submittedThose attending the first meeting were the I following Messrs J KEmp Ridgley Dr H B Bartlett Lieuten ant William E Bennett Rev W H Brengle Clarence Field B R For man E LHawes Huber E Johnson Lewis Metesser Colonel J C Wick liffe Wesley Williams Captain P S Morris J B Cabell Theodore Atch ison J P Simmons Robert NockI Frank U Rochester John J Roches ter J W Montgomery B H Gray A G Shultz J T Sanderfur G W Newcomb and A D Beasley Rev C V Edwards was Invited to attend the gathering but was detain ed at a previous engagement In ac knowledging receipt of the Invitation extended by Colonel Ridgely Dr Edwards had the following to say Your notice concerning the meeting of loyal Kentuckians for the of April 15 to hand I eveningI come under the head of tuckians and shall be glad to do what ever is in my power to promote aI Kentucky Society which will be help ful to all Kentuckians who may come under its influence engageImentto fellows from the good old State of Kentucky A Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free j If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or full of humors if youI 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 healI aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample AtIlantavised for chronic deepseated casesas it cures after all else falls 35tf New York and Kentucky Mr Delmas speech before that jurI of New Yorkers was as water upon nIducks back It was like preaching to the deaf Although it was forcibly delivered a masterful effort It had no weight with the jurors There Is just about as much sentiment in theIaverage New Yorker as there blood in a turnip and when an attorItorney undertakes to sway a New York jury with pathos sentiment and tears he wastes his time and energies They must have factsproof that the life of the man who did the killingJ was in danger at the time IOOOOOOOOOMOOOOOO +Z 0 V I O nourishment from her food XIShe took Scott Emulsion m 0 ResultShe ained a poupd a day in weight Ora ALL DRUGGISTS We AND 100 I QaaI Sy was committed Nothing else goes Members of that Thaw Jury say through the newspapers that they did not consider the past life of White the murdered manthey did not dwell for one moment upon the fact that he enticed young girls to his den of Iniquity and debauched them that in their efforts to reach a ver dict only facts cold facts and law of that sort Is to be commended but there are cases In which unwritten law ought to be resorted to That beastly human who besmirches virtue destroys homes makes outcasts of young women and leaves a black trail of debauchery in his pathway should be shot down and the man behind the gun should be acquitted The sanc tity of the home is dearer than life sweeter than liberty and woe be unto the libertine who worms himself into a southern home and leaves a track of slime Mr Delmas is a great lawyer but one time at least In his brilliant ca reer he misjudged his men That New York jury of New YorkerS couldnt be moved or touched or monkeyed with In the regions of the heart Mr Delmas speech before a jury of Ken tucklans would have produced a weep ing and wailing and gnashing of teeth In the breast of every Ken tuckian there Is born a desire to see the monser who despoils womanhood slain as a snapping cur is slain ground Into the earth as a poisonous reptileSpringfield Sun 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 Drug gist 2oc m NO HOPE OFOBTAINING BAIL Thaws Family Now Resigned to Fact That he Must Remain- in Tombs No movement to attempt to secure the release of Harry K Thaw on ball has been made and none is likely for some time Dan OReilly and Clifford W Hatrldge the two lawyers still in his employ say that no immediate steps will be taken regarding ball That Thaw and the members of his family are resigned to the fact that Thaw must spend another summer In the Tombs is apparently indicated by the departure from the city of nearly every member of the family Mrs Wil limn Thaw and the Countess of Yar mouth are now in Plttsburg and Mr and Mrs Edward Thaw have sailed for EuropeJOf all the devoted family that gathered about the slayer of Stratford White during his fight for freedom only his wife remains at the Hotel Lorraine She visits the prisoner daily and declares she will continue to do will not jailI one of the of Harry Thaw was the statement made recently friendsImembers of his family to take hold of the case at the next trial but he re fused and wrote u letter to that effect to the family Mr Delmas felt that to gratify Thaws whims was not in accordance with his views of the dignity of a lawyer It was said and this was what determined him to get out of the case kIA Criminal frequentI little tube called tho 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 all Druggists drug store m Vocablary Supplied The man who had visited San Fran cisco to view the ruins and the beginning of the restoration sat looking out the scar window with an expres slonof wonder and bewilderment on his faceSeen great things out there haven you 7 said a genial stranger who had slipped Into the next seat Now youre going home to tell about It Itsits marvelous its unbelievable such couragesuchwell words fail me said the man from the East stammering in his statement I knew theyd fail you said the genial stranger in a confidential tone but I can obviate all your difficulty dont wish to press it on you but I here a little boot of 100 pages called The Right Word in the Right Place handy for the pocket or the bag costing only twentyfive cents Ah I thought so Thank you And the genial stranger moved up the car toward an old lady who was wiping her eyes with a damp ball ofhandker chief Youths Companion I n p t J 1C r T AYegetableYreparalionlorAssltnilating ting thcStouiachs artdBovrels of lNFAMS HILDKhN Promotes lonCbeerrul nessandRestContains neither Opium forphine noryfineral u Nor NARCOTIC tJoutrS4NlllJlf1aJ 4Jj AxJ rIApcrfccl Remedy eaWormsness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK Alb i no it Ilis ii Id I- KDOSJS t Ci MS EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Alway ght Bears t f Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA TM OtlTAutt OM A HEW 0 CITY OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaVeekOwensborolnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profitsl2500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Come in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RoweBurclr Felix Jim Polk Stevens Z Wayne Griffin UQ 6 A 6A66A4 AAAAA AAAAO 0 1 Q Q 0 3 Q 3O3 J C fi I TILLERS OF THE SOIL E fi foJJ C gWILLIAMS MILLER For anything they need on the farm They = handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc = W Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and bit 49 walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and jj = buggies for young folks and old folks = iJ In Addition = = We have the be t equipped shop in Ohio county If tfi fitted with the latest improved machinery and ap b 49 pliances and besides all kinds of general Blacksmith = = ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other r49 shops cannot do at all Everything at very moder = JJ ate prices Z nft Ifi H lJt = VILLIA S MILLER = cq BEAVERDAM KENTUCKY PJt J h t i I J i W t Jo i rrHartford Republican iMBtdbjthe Hartford Pab11bIngCompanr IHCOBPORAYID EdIOtm zEpxxotrga O brlncS392I-ouh 11 S2 FRIDAY APRIL 26- ANNOUNCEMENTS We ore nuthorlted to announce S A ANDERSON of West HnrtJonl lreclnct a candidate or Representative In the General Assembly front this the Mth district subject to the iictlon o the Republican party Weare authorized to announce IR JAMES A DUFF of Sulphur springs precinct n cjindl date to represent Ohio countr in the next House of Representative Subject to the no tion of the Repnbllcnn party We are nuthorlied to announce W WlnK of the Rel1R Precluct n candidate for Repress tatlre to the General Anembly fromthlNthoJiith district subject to the action of the Republican party Examine the labolon your paperlf t Is not correct notify us What a joke if the soldiers should have to be called upon to suppress that Peace conference How Is Peary to discover the North pole next year when Wellman says he will find it this summer r The Standard Oil Co has 1403 In dictments on Its hands and there are more grand juries to report i If we allow Presidents of the Unit ed States to name their successors how long before the eldest son would be named e If Harry Thaw really acted as chief counsel in his own case the old story about tho lawyer who had a fool for a client was exemplified The new mayor of Chicago Is hard after the election grafter In that city If our own Louisville could only have a clear tg along that line Speaking of political bossism what do Democrats think of Bryan being able to tell what will be In the Dem ocratic platform next year I Those people who are making such an ado about settling all National disputes by arbitration are evidently of the opinion that the tongue is mightier than the sword x Kentucky Republicans and Inde pendents will do well to combine all their energies In an effort to carry the Slate In the general election this year leaving the Presidential contest to be fought out next year That two cent rate railroad law passed by the Indiana Legislature heems to have done good in Kentucky also It is announced that the Texas road will make the same rate from all points between Henderson andI Louisville Col Henry Watterson has from a long European trip al1lvedI nounces his belief that Bryan the Democratic nominee for Presi dent next year but In the same breath intimates that Gov Hughes evil be the Republican nominee and the President The task of acquitting the Hargises and their clan is becoming morn and more difficult for those who have promised to take care of them in re turn for certain political favors Just how to convict Caleb Powers and acquit Judge Hargis without causing nI revolution Is a problem which tiny well enlist all the artfulness of the crowd at Frankfort Democrats are beginning to realize that they are to have to fght to elect their machine made ticket thU fall The Madlsonville Hustler remarks that lIon Augustus E Wilson is to have a clear field for the Republican nomi nation for Governor and advises its party to begin to get ready to fight adding that It will not do to underestimate Wilsons strength After all the only way to stop the use of campaign funds In elections Is for the campaign committee and can didates of both parties to enter Into a firm compact to that effect with bonds or a money forfeit Then the election grafter and the common floater will go out of business and our officials county State and Na tional will be chosen by the honest countryloving citizenry If the Hartford Herald continues its present rate of Improvement It will erelong be an uptodate country weekly In Its Issue of Wednesday It used The Republicans exact style of head on many of its leading arti cles and followed our first page make up to the dot We are not charging however that it copied from us Its originality just happened to bo running in line with ours tour only hope for anything in the shape of fruit in this country this1 yearhas settle on the blackberry The brieragalnst which a war of extermina tion has been going on from the earliest 1 A 11 fl + Mt 1 j bettleincnt of the country Js the only fruit producer with staying qualities sufficient to be relied upon Let the blackberry bush or brier come Into Its own and receive due recognition It is a frelnd Indeed In time of peed Jndpe Ca ntrill and Litigation The action of Judge James E Can trill In holding on to the offfice of Judge ofthe Court of Appeals In view of the fact that he Is totally Incapacitated from discharging any of the duties pertaining thereto is not only regrettable but a serIous men ace to progress of justice in the state When Judge Cantrill was nominated and elected it was practically certain- f that he would never be able to assume the duties of the position and he nev er has except to the slightest degree He has been absent from the sittings of the court practically during the entire time since he assumed the du ties of the office and it is certain that he will never assume his place upon the bench Yet in spite of that fact he retains the office and the State pays him a salary of 5000 a courtfJs very greatly retarded There are many important cased which have been affirmed by an equal division of the six Judges and there are a large number of appeals of great Importance which the court is unable to decide because of the fact that the sev enth Judge is absent There is a law In Kentucky being found in Sections 37GK and 3764 df the eKntucky Statutes which provides that if any Judge shall fall or neglect without good excuse to perform the du ties of his office there shall he de ducted from the amount of his salary a sum corresponding to the total num ber of days during which he so fails The statute further provides that in case there is a good excuse for the failure it must be set out in full by affidavit of tho person so failing and certified to the officer who pays the salary This has not been done so that the salary Is being paid in direct violation of law The question may well be asked why the officer charged wit tine duty of enforcing the law has not done so The mere question of o payment of the salary Is the least important of the consideration in connection with this case the mostI Important being the fact that the bus iness of the court Is being disorgan ized and greatly retarded It would seem that the people ofI Kentucky should in all gobd conscience have the right to demand that there be some remedy for a case ofI this sort which so nearly affects the vital Interests of all litigants Louis ville Herald SMALLHOUS April 24 Mesdames C T S Over ton and Caz Mason went to the bedIside of Mrs Mary Overtoil Taylor Saturday and returned Sunday evenIing Mrs Taylor is very sick at herI home near Hopewell of infirmities j incident to old agefLittle Misses Mary and Ethel Bar Livermore are guests of their grand parents Mr and Mrs Sam Morton Mr Ross Morton Livermore was the guest of his parents last lorldacThe box supper given by the ladies of Equality church Saturday evenr Ing was quite a success They iv ceived about nine dollars They have lately bought a nice organ for the church and will soon carpet the church The Sunday schools are progressing nicely A good attendance is rep ported by both Sunday schools- R T Snedddn Rockport Ky was in our midst Sunday- S L Fulkerson Rockport was in our midst Sunday He will teach v singing school at Equality in the near futureMesdames Bettie Hatcher of CcnItertown Mattle Reid Samantha IadIdox and Miss Oma Maddox wepe the guests of Mr and Mrs Oppie KlltlnIger recently Mrs Mattle Drake is having chills Mss Uva laught who has been quite ill is able to be nIlIDavid Oldham and Roy Faught arCI anticipating a trip to Arkansas They start today James S Trunnell Utica was Intour midst from Tuesday until Thurs day the guest of Mr and Mrs Robert Hunter and other relatives Mr and Mrs Fred Boone and childaren were the guests of MrJas Boonel near Ceralvo Sunday who is quite 111 Miss Lucy Withrow returned Sat urday from a visit to UJ5S Debbie Tay lor Hartford Mr John Morton Hartford visited here Saturday and Sunday Messrs Vig Morton and John Ad dington were in Hartford Sunday NoticeIAll persons having claims against the estate of the late J Harvey ConIdlct are hereby notified to present same to me properly prdven on or before the first Monday In June 1907 or they will be forever barred Any bne knowing themselves indebted to said Condlcts estate will please call and settle same on or before the above named date I will be in Hart ford on the first Monday in May and June to attend to this business 39t4 E T WILLIAMS Admr of J Harvey Conflict e r f GENTtEMENW WILL YOU HAVE t Answered by Pistol Shot Groscurths Saloon And Tom Palmer was Dangerous ly Wounded and Chas Spald ing is Arrested 0 Gentlemen what will you have The above question says the Owens boro Messenger was answered by the flash of a revolver and a pistol shot rang out in the saloon of Groscurth Bros on Main street between Locust and St Elizabeth Tom Palmer who was acting as bar tender while the proprietor was in the reatw of tuts saloon reeled up against the bar and exclahned that he had been shot The man who fired the shot turned and walked out of the door It wns some time after Palmer hnrt been removed to a bed In a room over the saloon and a physician summoned that it was learned who fired the shot which almost proved fatal Shortly before midnight Charles Spalding who resides on Pearl street was arrested charged with shooting with Intent to kill Spalding was in a partially intoxicated condition when arrested and when he was taken to the jail he told Night Chief Nichols that he hind no recollection of over hav ing been in Groscurtha saloon Today was my birthday said Spalding and 1 was druriker today than ever before in my life It was about 830 oclock when John Smith an Illinois Central brak manl and Spalding entered the saloon e was only one man in the place when they entered A 1 Doss a Cooney Gnjscurth one of the prollrlI tors had gone to the rear of Hie saloon and asked Palmer to stand behind the bar a few minutes for him When Smith and Spalding entered and walked up to the bar Palmer asked them what they would rave With out saying a word It is alleged ding pulled a revolver from his pocltllI and fired at Palmer iI withSpaldingthe corner of Main and Mulberry streets and that he had never seen him before The man told him that hIIname was Spalding Groscurth rushed to the front part of the saloon when he heard the shot fired Palmer told him that a man had shot him The doors of the saloon wore locked but not before Spalding had had time to leave Palmer was removed to an upstairs room and Dr P D Gllllm was called rho po also were notified and began workr on the case It was some lime before the identity of the man who the shot was ascertained An examination of the wound in fllcted by Spalding showed that the ball struck Palmer in the abdomen and ranged arpund to his side The ball was found imbedded in his clothing If complications do not set In the wound will not necessarily prove fatal PalJ is well known in Owensboro Spalding who fired the shut is twentytwo yeas of age and is unmar red He is employed by F1lnnes- C Co CENTERTOWN April 23V S Hccker has sold his town property to S R Jams and will move to the country Arthur Williams has bought the lames house on Church street and twill move hero this week Mrs C Carter who has been vls her daughter Rev Mrs Hiram sown is at home again Mrs E M Morton made a short vie to her parents in Utica last week Mrs Ii James and Mice James are on the sick list this week Master Clydo Tichenor clinic hone week from an extended visit to sister Mrs S Stroud of Pvnrod Ky J M Shackletts house roof caughl Sunday morning but names was soon extlnguihsed with but little dam age to roof Our Sunday School is yet on top nd still climbing Watch us closeI IylEarl Davis is home on the sick list BEAVER DAM April 2JMlss Mary Eliza Davis age 20 the only daughter of Mr std Mrs John T Davis died at her home here Thursday the 18th Miss May Dip attended the Music Festival at Loulsvlllfe last week Miss Pansy Stevens who has been visiting in Loulsvile for some time returned home- MJJohnson and daughterMIss Nell of Morgantown were in town last WednesdayMiss Monroe of Rockport was In town Friday Prof M M Faughender attended the Teachers meeting at Louisville last week i Dir and Mrs Guy Statelerof McHeh ry I were In town Sunday Y Mrs George H Barnesentertnln d I t rI J tUr1 o home1Qnj 1IIrS B Van Meter and family and Miss Dora Wallace spent Sunday In Spring Lick The house of Charles Shields in South heaver Dam caught fire Saturn day morning but It was put out with out it doing any damage- A number of the young folks attend ed church at Taylor Mines Tuesday night I J A Sweatt has purchased his part ners interest In his Barber shop and will Jiow conduct it by himself Mitand Mrs J Leslie Leach of Central City spent Sunday in town Mr Dan Kelly of Luzcrne wns In town Sunday Mr J S Lashbrooks team run off Saturday afternoon but were caught before doing any damage to wagon or driver Mr F O Austin who has been sick for some time is able to be out again Miss Veller and Mr Morton Mc Dowell were married at the brides homo in Taylor Mines Wednesday ev unlng the 21th Rev J Frank Ba her officiating Miss Veller is the daughter of J P Vellm and a sister to John Veller Mr McDowell is a young man of Taylor Mines JTORCH USEDAGAIN 1 BY NIGHT RIDERS r Tobacco Factory Burned to Ground Near CadizTwentyFive Men in The Raid Cadiz Ky1 April 2JAbout 123u oclock this morning the big tobacco warehouse at Golden Pond about twelve stiles from Cadlzin this county was burned to the ground with all its contents by night riders the barn and contents belonged to W R Wilson who had been buying tobacco front Independent farmers for Rice Pogard of Clarksvlllo Tenn He had been warned by letter sev eral times to tense his operations but refused to pay any heed to the ofIabout twentyfive night riders rode into the village of Golden Pond tlhor ly after midnight and going through the main street fired several volleys as a warning to the people to stay In doors- j They then went to the barn which is on the outskirts of the town and two or three of them entered the building and set It afire Tine structure burned rapidly and after it had been destroyed the riders dispersed firing several volleys as they left Golden Pond is situated between the Cumberland and Tennessee rivers in Tint hert of one of the best tobacco districts of the countyand a number of the raiders are said to have crossed the Cumberland after the fire and made their way toward Cadiz making it appear that the majority of them came from this side of the Cum berlandThere Is no clue to the Identity- of the men who were mixed up in the Fortunately Mr Wilson had recently shipped about fifty hogsheads of highgrade dark tobacco toIClarksville so thrt there were about 10000 pounds of tobacco in the house when it was destroyed- In addition to the tobaccoseveral find buggies were burned- MATANZAS April 25Rev B R Jenkins of Owensboro filled hls appointment at Baptist church here last Sunday Miss Mabel Tichenor who has had tonsllltis for ten days is some bet terMiss Rena Tichenor sport last weep with Visa Malissa Tichenor Rev L P Drake Centertown at tended church hero last Sunday M D Williams and wife cf Beaver Dam visited J P Tlcheiior and fam ily last week Mr Iris Render and wife have the i gripMrs LtV Igleheart is on the sick list this week Cyrus Tichenor went to Hartford last Monday C R Ashby and wife and Ernest Rhodes Centertown attended church here last Sunday Born to the wife of V C Jones last Sinday a girl Coming Attraction Miss Bertha Irine Tobin Reader vvihl entertain at court hall Hartford Tuesday evening May 14th under au spicier of the new Methodist church society Miss Tobin has visited many points in Kentucky and has given en Ure satisfaction Miss Dora E Gibson of the West Kentucky Seminary says of herIt our good fortune to have with us In November Miss Bertha Irene Tobin who gave Us an openings recital Our people were delighted with her and with her readings Her repertoire is extensive and varied and In which style she excels is difficult to determine so excellent is she in ev cry rendition Nothing but commendation IS heard from our people when her name Is mentioned fitC INfI1i fi E UnxisueJ W bit It b b1 IX Conditions E lit iR b fiIfi Confront the formers this spring in the preparation of lit lit = tile soil for spring crops It is going to require an = 4 = unusual amount of work to get the soil it proper conlM dltion for the planting and cultivating of the crop r J itand you should make an effort to get extra wages for j r i4 all of this extra work Have you made any calcula br JS tions as to how you can do it We can tell you and t S thd plan is safe and economical By the liberal use of JJ SNOE or 21ii baE it crop you double your wages and the amount of la j i bur required is just tlie sameb1t i I- By4 the InvestmentbIc 21 i4 Of from one dollar and ahalf two dollars per acre b i you can double your wages for the entire cultivating 1- 1it season Z4ougcant have any objections to a tctcbr DMi4fii best the market affords at prices that are b b biiE P BARNES i i bibf 4 4 BROSe 9brM 9- e a tl 9BEAVERIJ U7 tSOM M OO OO O oc da rYrr i r r rY r aw iirwyYYM y OWTHillsissued of its for the month of March and the increase in the number of its subscribers is show has follows lG7497Numberr Number discontinued 2692 Net increase 1642I I Total number subscribers April 1 r 1907 169139 ROCKPORT April 24Mrs Agnes Cairns went herbrotherMiss Lizzie Stevens spent Sunday In Heaver Dam Mr and Mrs Thomas Howard were in Rockport Sunday Mr Carroll Burgess Cincinnati was in town Sunday N Mrs M J Reid who has been in Hartford at the bed side of her moth er for several weeks returned home Monday regular nightOnoftpreachlnsduring farewell sermon Sunday night He will be greatly missed by his many friends Rov McCutchan will take his place TAFFY April 24Rev Brannon filled His regular at the Christian church last Saturday night and Sun day Born to the wife of Mr T E Funk on the 22nd inst a fine boy Miss Emma Park of Hartford vie ited Mr J E Elmore Rod family last Saturday night and Sunday Sunday school at the Baptist church Is still on the boom Miss Lula Mldkiff is attending e select school at this place taught by t 1 M 1 4p 4 1 NORSE I bit QRNNDOF I I FERTILIZER u to business always ir II statement business appointment Miss Maymeq Shown of Hartford Mr Myrtll Kirk and Miss Mary Richardson of Buford attended Sun day school at the Clear Run Baptist church last Sunday Ira Funk and Orland Park attend ed Sunday school at Antioch last Sunday even- ingPale I Thin NervousThen be in a very bad condition You certainly know what to take then take itAyers Sarsaparilla If you doubt then consult your doctor We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine a wuldlle1abeolutetyeeentIM lauttvedose 11Aleo lWi lfIvIOOLijers I T AL pubkbhther J J 1- t t rb ii m 1a E eElBr Specialsfnf ShoeDept pay high IVhy Low come Shoes m Fairs and get the styles at the most factory prices For dies and Childrenp m Priesmeyercnnnot be w passed in wear or JB Our Burro Jap P gc Shoe for Men has W equal Sure to Call and see them ourare to a nf I u c 6 f 1 FRIDAY Raf I North Ittiiiml Siinili lluniul 11111 So JI1 in I City Restaurant at City d l Master Glenn Barnqs of H Barnes is Get your Meals and at City Restaurant Best in town Restaurant serves the most delightful and Mr J H Davis made us a call while town Just arrived a nice Iqt of Blue and Light prints Carson Cos Mrs F L Felix is the of her IrsA Duncan Louisville I the flies out Get your Screens Mill make I suppers City Restaurant are the latest fad uptodate Th a boy has been hung on a nail because had on a pair of tough Mrs ML will Owensboro today visit Mrs L C who is x Retail on very low Best 440 per Flour300 CO i a assortment of Good than have on tk t r- h tr raClothing you are anxious to go well dressed and we are just I as anxious to see you in perfect style Our to iISuitstl1oursee Boys and Youths tj includedShirt ji do not like to appear m boastful we can say fy that our line K3 no equal in this section A W r2JShirts1 and 150 Fancy Perml 1J1mare Shirts for comfort A iv irhir la 160 for only 1 m A SPECIAL INVITATION We always glad to welcome you to store 1JI but we Want extend you invitation to call on us Saturday A wand array New Spring Goods to show you fiS as special prices to give you J 1 2l alAT 1ajJI- kJ = lJi B ynnUn E6 Hartford Republican APRIL 26I IWnoJsCentral road Ttrne Table 1111NoNo 102 tine 248 due 8115 Visit CocaCola Restaurant son Judge W quite ill Lunches City Ice Cream Sherbet Taffy pleasant in Monday pound at guest mother fKeep of Hartford Co They all sizestfSunday evening at Ev erything Many t he ourI Trousers PARSON Heavrin leave torI to her Leach quite ill price Flour Patent barrel Family HARTFORD MILL Venevervhad better tc Sprtngress we handat present CAItSONCO T l rag We know that past is call your m them Rfe 11 Deptf We but truthfully has ideal well 1Q Genuine Mr Ellis Foster salesman for Car son Co has the measles Mr J E Beau is preparing to erect a new residence on Main street You will look well in one of our 15 Spring Suits CARSON CO Isnt the City Restaurants Fish Red Snapper fine No bones WANTED Boarders by the day or week MRS T M TAYLOR Shingles and odd size Windows and Doors a specialty HARTFORD MILL CO This is the time for new Spring Suits and here is the place to get them CARSON CO Mr George Bralcher returned Tuesday from a few days stay at Daw son Springs If yon need long silk Gloves or long Kid Gloves you will find at Carson Cos Miss Dora Gibson Beaver Dam was the guest of Mrs J S Glenn from Friday until Sunday FOR SALEA scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Call on or address THE REPUBLICAN The Hartford Mill Co wants to sell you any material you need to build or repair your house Roofing very cheap Mr French Vickens wns in Owens boro Monday to attend a meeting of Owensboro Commandry Knight Tem plars seeIand Neck Wear before you go elsewhere BARNARD CO Editor C M Barnett left Wednes day for Louisville to attend a meet ing of Kosair Temple of Shrlners and to attend to business platters Pay your subscription to The Republican and assist your sister wife sweetheart or daughter to go t to the Jamestown Exposition tree See par ticularaelsewhere Inthase columns I J 0 T I i Mr Join H Leach Foy Ky was a pleasant caller last Saturday Bring on your ChlckensEggs Ham Bacon and Lard to Carson Co We had your comfort in mind when we bought our spring Shirts CARSON C6 willPutCARSON CO Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilere3 grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry x 46tf Mr and Mrs Clarence KeownEar lington are the guests of relatives in Hartford You will live well if you buy your Flour and Groceries at Carson i Cos Mr J W Miller Friedaland made us a very pleasant call while in town Tuesday Come to our opening the 27 and let us show youa nice new line of goods BARNARD CO After May 20 The Republican and Louisville Dally Herald will cost much more than 200 Send your order nowIMrs Wolfolk Barrow and little daughter Mary Ann Arbor Mich are the guests of Mrs Barrow par ents Mr and Mrs H P Taylor Why not bring your ChickensEggs HamsFeathers and all kinds of good produce to Carson Co and ret in re turn the very best of merchandise Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN and help your sister or sweetheart to go to the Jamestown Exposition free Read particulars In another column We have just received the nicest as sortment of Queenswarc ever brought to Hartford Your choice for only ten cents as long as they last- CARSON CO Miss Katherine Jones stenographer for Attorneys Barnett Smith re turned Tuesday from a few days IsilI to her parents Mr and Mrs 1 C Jones at Rochester Mr and Mrs John W Taylor left for Uniontown Ind Monday to visit Mrs Taylors parents Mr Taylor will return today while Mrs Taylor will prolong her visit a month You will find more nice new Dress Goods of all grades at Barnard Cos new store than any where else Come and see them whether you want to buy or not We like to show Mr R T Ross has moved with his family to McHenry where he has machineIMr Ross residence and will move 10 same in a few days Mr John Z Smith Central City Mrs M J Reid and daughters Mrs E L Dupuy and Miss Margaret Reid Rockport were among those from n distance that attended the funeral of Mrs H A Miller Sunday i At a meeting of Hartford School Board last Monday evening Prof Gray and Mrs Gray were unarmmously re elected io the positions of President and Vice President of Hartford College for next year The other teachers will be selected at a meeting to be held Saturday May 4th and wYlUen ap= plications are invited from those who desire positions Requests should bo addressed to C M Crowe Secretary of the Board While assisting in moving a steam shovel and appliances from Narrows to a point on the new rialroad near Sunnydale last Friday Mr Alec Hudson received painful injury to his hand A three hundred pound metal pulley fell ten feet patching his right hand between it and another part of the machine His thumb und index finger were mashed so badly that it was at first thought they would have to be amputated Mrs Sallie Thomas returned to her home at Hartford Wednesday after an absence of several days at the home of Mr Pres Barnard near Beaver Dam Mrs Th6nras has been wait ing on Mr Barnard since he under went an operation for perlneprilic ab scess about three weeks ago The op eration has proven to be entirely suc cessful the wound haying practically healed upk but Mr Barnard is gaining strength rather slowly His many friends hope for him a speedy re covery W H Collins District Deputy of the Kentucky Childrens Home Society has been here seVeral days in thei interest of that work This society takes any destitute child it can get legal possession of and secures a good Home for it and then visit it twice every year to see that it is in a good home and being cared for right if not it is at once removed and placed again The society requests any one knowing of a home that would like to have a child Inft to write Mr Geo L Sehon the Superintendent t4 Louisville Ky and their wants will be attended to or 1t you know a des titute child also ttotify the society i t I e- et r Mr G R Carson calledto see us yesterday Sir David A Miller Horse Branch yesterId Mr Frank Wallace Ffoslne was a pleasant caller while in town yester daytMr J Henry Brown Central City was a pleasant caller while in town yesterday See R W King in the Hartford House for all kinds of Watches and Jewelry Big stock to select from Repair work a specialty All work guaranteed JMr Lee Roy Brown one of Ohio countys most promising young men will enter Bowling Green Busi ness- fCollege next Monday to take a complete business course R W King expert joweler and optician asks you to call on him when in need or anything in his line Optical goods of all kinds in stock Con sultation and eyes tested free Why pay a fancy price for flour when you cnn gel Fords brands by tho birrl by paying the cash 275 for Cusim 390 for Choice 425 for best pit ant Favorite By the sack 2i groIrrmIf rams want your old house remod oled windows stairways overhauled arid made into modern style or a new house built out and out on tint beautiful lot of yours wry cheap call on W H Mnuzy for estimates vho will do it in short order 4U2 The Laths Social Club is indebted to Mrs A S Yewell and Miss Maltitr j Sanderfur for a delightful flinch par ty given at the looms 6f Mrs Ymvell last Vdwsday afternoon It was a Tap ltFe party and the rooms tastefully decorated with Japanese IIIn1 brellas und lighted by Japanese lan terns The tallies were very appro lodaie and aristic being III the form of Japuige lanterns and butterflies An elegant lunch was charmingly served and the favors were dainty HUle hand painted blotters ornamented with I a Japanese Indy and tied with green ribbon The Indies who were at this enjoyable meeting were IsI dames J O McKenney Clmldlc Austin i Z 11 Sliultz Henry Fields Isaac Foster F L Felix J S Glenn W SITlnsleker J C Berry Rowan Holhrook a1 E Lee Simmornmn E B Pendlelon Hooker Williams S A Anderson Misses Sue Yelser Laura Morton Ida Lewis Le1tie Marks Mirgarti Marks Carrie Woerwr Sophia Voerner MarI gtUTitft GunthprFajirile Oix and Hat tip I Banelt h FAVOR WILSON TO CAR RY REPUBLICAN BANNER Republicans of Ohio County Like lysto Instruct For Him at Convention I Tlio following article was published in yesterdays Louisville Herald as a senItlnwutTim Republicans of Ohio county are I called Jd meet in delegate conventions Jn the various precincts of the count ty Saturday June lo U07 for the purpose of nominating candidates for the LglslaUI and Iu select delegates- to a end the Slate convention at Lou tsvllle June 19 1007 Your correspondent had interviewed a larger number of the Republicans of this county and delegates will be in COUlljtyRepublicans are first tor Hon 0 M Barnett of this city for Auditor and j will attend time convention en masse for him and urge his nomination by j the convention feeling that lie is the strongest man for the position in time I StateI SELECT April 2jiClmrlle Crabb died at his jsidence near Oak Grove last Friday might of consumption and was burled il Green River Sunday He leaves a Inmlly and a large circle of friends- t t 6 mourn his departure j Rev J P Taylor filled his regular appointment at the Balzetown Baptist church last Sunday Oscar Horse Branch was In town SundayIRamey Duke rand Eck Hudson of Hartford were in our midst Sunday Several from this pluce attended the Admiral Dockery Show at Oak Grove Saturday night Mr Granger Arbuckle of Central City and George Arbuckle of Beaver Dam visited their mother Mrs Alice Arbuckle of this place Sunday i Mrs Flora Horsy and little daugh I Ler Vera lire visiting relatives in Bent i er Dam this week I EsqiW P Miller of Horse Branch vlsited hjs son J L Miller of this atewdls last I snasJiohelmer of weekII town U day on business j J iIti TTTT p ttThe workingman is the man we + want to interest for we have the fewttpatronize the highpriced tailorst The struggling poor man + necessity stick to cheeply made cot 4 tonwrap clothes i But the sensible reIltg nl0 prices ia Suitsay 800 X1000 4 SI 200 or 1500 We had this line 45 made especially for our working- menJ patrons We anticipated their 4 wants and laid in a supply accord T T ingly Any of the grades will give t perfect satisfaction in fact we stand 4f by them and when we guarantee t that means we stand by them So j Mr Workingman you take no 4 Clothes risk here Try us when T you need a Suit We will be al most sure to please you in quality X 4 fit and price and there will be sat isfactiou all around and for days to 4 4 come it CARSON CO iiXrOUIOKATED itHartford Kentucky 4444 44444445 NARROWS April 23Rev Herudon filled his regular appointment hero last Sun day He preached to a large mill ap preciative audience The prayer meeting at J W Dan iels on last Sunday night was large ly attended rhe Christian people un certainly putting forth an earnest ef fort to accomplish good in this tour munity by these prayer meetings maid we feel sure that they wIn bo reward ed for their work Miss Verna Boswell was the guest of Mrs Mary Shultz last Saturday nightMiss Comma Wedding of Sulphur Springs is visiting friends in this neighborhood Minnie and Maggie Wedding IMisses guests of their cousin Miss Eva Forman on last Saturday night and Sunday Mr Will Moore at Louisville is visiting his brother Mr Ed Moore Mr Alec Boswell and wife visited Mrs Boswells sister Mrs Noah White at Hartford on last Sunday Mr Mack Daniel and wife were time guests of Mr and Mrs E P Foreman last Sunday Miss Nellie Daniel who is employed in the millinery department here is it it an tablets called ai well as in the liquid form hue Identi cally the same conttro ac the liquid Co Mus las 1In sick for sonic time bin silo ia able to be at work again this week Mss John Cope OJ McHeiuy II- visiting her sister Mrs Della Graham Tolton Loyal was the guest of Mr i und Mrs Joseph Shultz lust Monday Miss Annie Dnnk1 went to Fords vale Tuesday OASTOBJABeast th The Kind You have Always Bought Sljaitiire ol G j WithItime Louisville Herald advising us thai the exceptionally liberal rate of 2 tl year which we have been Malting oui subscribers for the Republican nut lhlIIn a short while and the Herald will I fie the chief Republican organ through it You will thrfcon want it Thus who desire to take advantage of this I unheard of opportunity has yet untl May 20th to act Send 2 so that Ii- I will reach us that date Post tint no order received after that dart will be accepted at the advanced price which we will later give Spring MedicineThe best Hoods Sarsaparilla It is the best because does the most good While it makes the blood pure fresh and lively tones the stomach to bet ter digestion creates appetite stimu lates the kidneys and liver gives new brain nerve and digestive strength An unequaled list of cures 40366 tes timonials in two years proves its merit tlsoeewhnpnermedicinein uI chocolated Harutabs usual Hanatabi nropertten ilrpcakagoorleskage I before except tonehamlassIInnhuuloraandGcmtola enema has ho equal as e general epdugmedieinelIt Klrot me genuine sausfao I GDABANIEED ender the Food and Drugs Act Julie 30 1006 No 321 r- f k u L I lfYOU r M t TOUCH 1 tongue t- oALUMy ant look in the glassyou will see the effect I You cant help puckering itmaJ e you Pucker to think of tasting it By the use o so called cheap Bating Powders youtake this puckeringinjuriousAlum sigh into your systemyou Injure digestion j nnd ituin your stomach b AVOID ALVM l ii Say plaI4iROYALWItTl yt m- thanAlumbut ore yPuhaVLtl e 2ofitQfqu he ptofit o g9QcJJealt1L UHAS FORT SAYS ITS ALL UNTRUE Declares Tobacco Association Members not Responsible for Recent Outrages In discussing the articles appearing In the Nashville paper of recent date from Hopklnsvllle and Clarksvllle to the effect that nonAssociation members have had their plant beds sown with grass seed and torn up and much Indignation having been gener ally expressed throughout this section by members of the Tobacco Associa tion Hon Charles H Fort of Spring field Tenn President of the Dark To bacco Growers Association said- I denounce such charges as false i On two or three occasions Association members have been charged with r plant bed scraping and In each audi every Instance they were Immediately I cleared up being brought to trial not a single association member has ever been convicted of such offenses I Recently a nonAssociation member I is known to have been visited by a band of night riders who sat In his cODer1mtlon half And on another occasion not I long since a nonAssociation member Jiad scraped his plant bed and soon after that a nonAssociation members Jknlfo was found at the plant bed j which lord been scraped 4few nights ago there appeared an article In a Nashville pnp r from I Hopklnsvllle to the effect that a plant bed had been sown with grass seed about a week before and that the grass I was now rulnlns the plants The fact J that the weather has been too cold for graMs seed to sprout and come up in a week made this an impossibility It IB a deep laid scheme on the part of the Associations enemies to the Association in dispute bringI sympathizers throughout the and elsewhere I am sorry that methods should be resorted to suchI IIIe1jl1dlcedI are being duped Into communicating to their papers unauthentlcated starI los- I desire to again repeat that the Association has at nil times put its stamp of disapproval upon anything that smacks of lawlessness Thoro are many complaints in this portion of the dark tobacco district that the plants are very scarce Bugs got until the canvas and destroy the young plants and a short tobacco crop Is freely predicted for this year RENDER April 3l1rs J II Brownof Central City and Mrs J W Tilford and children of Hardinsburg and Dr and Mrs J 0 McKenney of Taylor Mines were here last Wednesday Don S Price of Owensboro andS B Gray of Louisville were here ladt ThursdayMr Mrs G B Roll were in Beaver Dam last Thursday Miss Elizabeth Jones was in Becker Dam last Friday Lee Roy Brown of Central City and I I t yk- v41 Dr Chapmanof Centertownwere hero Friday i Born to the wife of J A Reneerj girl on the 19th aI Simon Jones was In Central Clt and Hartford on business Saturday I Misses Pearl and Ada Hoover and Eddie Roll were in Beaver Dam Saturday Several from here went to Center town Saturday night to assist in or ganizing a Io dgu of Red Men Hugh Roach of Taylor Mines was here Sunday Miss Irene Jones of Simmons Sta tion spent the day here Sunday W S Vlck of Owensboro and Roy Armendt of Fordsvllle were here yesterdayProf II Davis of Centertown and John Barrass of Taylor Mines were here today John T Main went to Central CIII todayIL E Herrel and family have moved from here to Williams Mines Mrs John S Spence is visiting in Nashville Tenn Mrs Lillian Neighbors of Central City Is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs L Francis Jake Westerfield and family have moved from Taylor Mines to this placeJohn Jennings returned to his home In Graham today after visit ing his son Samuel Jennings for the past few days CAIITOftJABears theTime Kind You Hate Always rtIBlgaatnrs I-c 0 Excursion Rates to Louisville and Return Account Republican State Conven tion June 19 1907 Dates of sale June IS 19 1907 with limit good to leave Louisville returning not later than Juno 22 1907 Rate one fare pima 25 cents for round trip j WILLIAMS Agent BABY BORN ON TRAIN NEAR INDIANAPOLIS Mother Mrs F C Jackson of Lexington in Hospital in Critical Condition Indianapolis April 23Lyingn a precarious condition at Hospital is Mrs F C Jackson of Lexington Ky with an infant sou born this afternoon on Big Four train No 16 on the Chicago division The mother is suffering because of lack of attention which it was impossible- to give either her or the babe In the parlor car of the train The child may live though Its condition Is doubtful The husband and father summoned by telegraph from Chicago where he left Mrs Jncksonls hastening to IndianapolIs Conductor Wlmmer hustled the passengers out of the parlor car and Mrs Jackson was eft in the care of three ladles A tele gram apprised the roads physician of the condition of the mother and he- met her at the station and had her removed to a hospital Her condition is i regarded as very critical Notice The Republican Executive Commot tee of Ohio county Is called to meet at Hartford on Saturday April 27 1907 at 1 oclock p m to fix the dateS ahd indicate the manner in which a candidate for Representative shall be chosen and to transact such other business as may come before them M S RAGLAND Chrmn- J M DEWESE Sec ARRED rlYMOUTH ROCKS Eggs from Kentuckys most noted prize winning strains 1 and 2 per 15 KySpecialor to persons who receive them at yard THE KAISER WHITTLES II ONE OF HIS OWN l I Germany la abet to build larr bMttnhip than ttM Dnadnought orhnpnpoe d by the Unltd tatcble Direpatoh t Wtjo 111 Chlo Inter o S I r ti I Ii i1 ttIof 5 r y p FIDWllOIANU t1EnfiIRtl Shofbdwi By The G iris ether WittipDt an Opportunity- For Explanation J Lynchburg Vh April 23 Former Judge FW Lovingwho late yester llay afternoon shot and killed Theo dore Estes at Oakrldge the country estate of Thomas F Ryan was today admitted to ball In the sum of 5i 000Charging Estes with drugging his daughter Elizabeth aged nlneteenand assaulting tier while in a drugged con ditjonafterlearninc of the alleged In cident from the lips of his daughter Judge Loving drove some eight or ten miles before locating the young man I and he shot him down without waiting fpr the victim to explain hlmself Judge Loving represented Amherst county before moving to Nelson in the Legislature and served lsJdie of the County Court of Nelsort until the court was abolished by tfie pew Con stitution For thre6 years he has been In charge of the Ryan estate a superintendent Judge Loving said When I heard the awful story from the lips of my dear one I was Insane 1 wanted to learn all the facts and then nothing in Gods or mans power could have stopped me from taking his life I did It after careful consideration Miss Loving is reported to be in a- very nervous coiidlllon as the result of the affair Jamestown TerCentennial Ex I position NORFOLK VA APRIL 26 TO NO VEMBER 30 1907 Rates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sal Nov 30 inclusive Final return limits Dec 15 1907 Jtates for round trip 3045 60DAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30In elusive 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 2360COACH EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 25 1907 and on each Tuesday froin April 30 to No vember 26 1907 inclusive Final re turn limits Ten days from date of sale Rate for round trip 1620 J E WILLIAMS Agent Charles Kingtley It has been said that Klngslcys fame as a poet la not so wide as It deserves to be Whatever truth there may be in this assertion there can be no doubt regarding his right to a place in the front rank of nineteenth century novel ists Kingsleys Alton Locke the Chartist novel In which he eclipsed even Dickens in his vivid picture of the life of the poorer classes somewhat outshone his later works but even these betray Indications on every page of having emanated from a mas ter mind As a preacher Kingsley was simple and earnest add no less so when he preached at Westminster than when he addressed his village congregation at Eversley London Standard CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought St Bears the- 8lgnature of Notice To Miners and Farmers We ask of you not to buy wagons or buggies from the HickmanEbbert conipanyof Owensboro Ky until they recognize the union and employ union men Done by order of the local JOHN WILSON 678 U M W of A tf Recording SecreUiryEchpls local No Marrage License The following marriage license have been issued since our last report Eddie Renfrow Renfrow age 22 to Corn Wright Renfrow age 18 W T Howard Reynolds age 27 to Leo V Westerfleld Reynolds age 18 H B Brown McIIehry age 31 to Annie Maddox McHenry age 18 Morton McDowell McHenry age 25 to Rosa Veller Taylor Mines age 21 James Ylbb Cromwell age 34 to Sarah Kissinger Cromwell age 23 BEDA April 24We had a nice rain Tues day which is very much needed for wheatFarmers are very busy preparing to plant corntMr William Croweof Maxwellvls ited Dr Sr W Crowe Monday and TuesdayMrs C Bennett and daughter Etta visited Mrs W C Ashley and daughter Mabel it being Miss Mabels birthday April 24 3 Mr A C Miller made a flying trip to Hardin county Sunday to she his best girl eturneil Monday Mr fl Q Parks iii having some f 1 tnt Y s 1 J t R 1u SEASdIn the various groups of islands In the south seas the natives shoot fish with JI bows and arr9we It Is n very difficult art to acquire but the islanders become exceedingly expert The archer must allow for refraction If he were to aim at tho fish as he seeslt he would be certain to miss WL carpenter work done on his farm building and repairing Ol buildings The C P Sunday School is getting along nicely We are getting anxious for some warm sunshine to plant gardens If you want to visit ft lively local SaturdaysnightMr Rupert Bennett is having some lumber sawed to build an addition to his dwelling L e Notice Sunday School secretaries of this No 6 Magisterial Sunday School dls trlct will please ijreparo a report of their schools as to number of students teachers and money Send same to H H Davis Centertown Ky and be ready for abwork you are called onto do in the county convention at Hartford June 6 and 7 H H DAVIS Secretary Sunday School Workers Only two of the seven Magisterial districts of the county have held their convention for this year and elected ef ficers Hartford and Centertown it is desired to hold the others which con sists of Rockport Cromwell Fords vllle Sulphur Springs and Buford be fore the county meeting which will be June 6 and 7at Hartford We would be glad toTlave invitations from schools in the above territories to hold the convention with them Schools that have been organized this month and have not sent us notice of the fact will please do so giving name of school names and addresses of the officers Please do this now as the time is short and dont wait for some one else E W FORD Pres MRS A K ANDERSON Sec N HBI Notes Mr Watterson Cooper enrolled in the shorthand department of the Business Institute last Monday Quite a number of new students are expected in a short time A class in business correspondence was organized this week which bids fair to be very Interesting A class In commercial law will be or ganized later on Calls continue to come for office help The latest was for a young lady stenographer who speaks Spanish The vacancy was in the city of Mexico salary one hun dred dollars per month in gold An other letter read Send us the names of your graduateswe can place them as fast as you can get them ready This is very encouraging The fact that those whom we have placed In positions are giving satisfaction is also quite encouraging HERBERT April 2Mr and Mrs Virgil Mil ler Mrs Leonard Taylor and son and Miss Sallie Ford spent Saturday in Whltesville the guests of Mr and Mrs John Livingston R M Miller and Guy Hinton were at Pellvllle Saturday I1IIss Mattie Barnett visited her sis Flora Hawkins Sunday IBen Swope has moved into his new Mrs Fella Barrett who has been the guest of her father Mr Sam fHaynes returned home yesterday Mr and Mrs Ellis Lyons Mr and Mrs Homer Milligan were tile guests of Mr Will Stewarts family Sunday Miss Mary Chambers and brother Hen ry visited relatives at Chambers Sun dayEstill Spurrier lost his house by fire Friday Dr Lee Barrett of Deanfleld was here Sunday- Willis Corby and John Nickols visited relatives near Pellvllle Sunday D A Miller went to Whitesvllle this morning 4daughterafternoon BUFORD April 23Noble Hudson and wife visited Jim Garrett and family of Owejisboro last week R L14 Parris and family visited Mr Jess Hudson and family Sunday Mr Len Goreing of Owensboro was here several days last week arrang ing and starting the gasoline mill for the Taylor Bros Hrs Homer Turner and mother Mrs Galloway of Narrows had mar velous escape from serious injury Friday Mr Turner met them at Beaver Dam with his horse and buggy when In a short distance of home the horse became frightened ran away turning over the buggy with both women in It tearing it completely to pieces both women escaped without Injury Mr Worth Wade and family of Broadway are visiting R C Hud son and family Mr Wade will trav el for an Insuranc company of Louis villeMr Pig French and wife and uncle Will French and wife visited A T Bell and family Sunday Mr Sam Rhoads and family visited Jos Thomison and family of Heflin Saturday and Sunday Worth Wade afld family visited Walter Blair and wife Sunday L D Magan and family visited Mr Magans father Mr Anice near Crom well Friday returning Sunday Mrs Mattie Turner Is visiting her brotherMr Barnett Hudson and fam ily at Taylor Mines this week JAMES C BENNETT 10 llox 125 Hartford I- yLICENSED AUCTIONEERWill erty in Ohio county Terms reasonable Your patronage solicited r j SelectSensibl Silverware FOR YOUR Holiday or Anniversary Gifts A set of triple plated knives and forks makes a sensible present and if they bear this trademark tlinethe 111m R08ERS BROS brand They are handsomely put up in cases for presentation purposes Your dealer UD tupply you Send to the mtkett for ctUlofae CL WutrtectulltrMEIDHN Ca