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I 17T 4 4 J 11 I I 1 7 ti tit ll i itI Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year 1 VOL XIX mUTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 10 1907 No 43 1000000 FOR DE FENSE OF MINERS Labor Unions All Our United States Aiding x tyery Room in Boise Engaged by Army of Lawyers And k Reporters Boise Idaho May 5 Practically 9V 4 cry available room in Boise has been reserved for lawyers witnesses or r w t QajjiUiwvyivRttendance on the urtlvhich will try DV Kwt Wood on the charge of murder of for mer Governor Steunenberg f That there might be some delay Is intimated from time to time but the features of this have now been dissi Dated by statements emanating front both sides Clarence Darrow of Chl cago and E F Richardson of Den ver jointly leading counsel for the de fense of Haw od have both stated J that they ard ready for trial It Is believed that the defense fund r which has been raised by labor unions and the Western Federation of Miters is more than 1000000 Counsel for the prosecution James t H Hawley and Senator W E Borah t who have been engaged especlallyare of the opinion that there will be no 111further delay An application for a bill of particulars filed by the defense will be argued tomorrow morning be fore Judge Wood who will try the ll4i Haywood case but as his decision is t not applicable it is not thought that t Ahis will cause any postponement The history of the cases of the men charged with the murder of Steunen 1lJergshows much delay all of which has been necessarily expensive to the State of Idaho and to the defense The State has already paid bills amounting 52009 and at the last session ftr of the Legislature of Idaho an appro priation of 50000 additional was concurringWhen Gov Steunenberg was assas stunted the mine owners association offered a reward of 5000 for the ar arrest of the murderer Later this amount was returned to the mine own ers by Gov Gooding with the statement that the State of Idaho would defray the cost of the prosecution of the murderer or murderers whoever they might be James H Hawley leading consul for the prosecution was asked today to explain the reasons for the delay In the trial of Haywood Moyer and Pettlbone It has been charged that the State has wilfully caused the de layyand that the prisoners have been r1Tpt in confinement without trial for an unwarranted period Mr Hawley saidThe revised statutes of the United 4States treating of appeals to the Supremer Court of the United States from United States Circuit Courts in habeas r corpus where a prisoner is held by v State courts makes null and void any of the State pending an appeal The J great majority of courts of last resort tr hold any action on tho part of the trial court absolutely void until the fJt decision of the Supremo Court of the- mt United States has been actually rent dered It will be seenthereforethat If In May 1906 we had proceeded with the trial In the trial court of this State before the decision of tho Supremo Court had been rendered the defend ants would have been discharged as they could not a second time be put in jeopardy of their lives Senator Borah and myself acting for the State shortly before the convening of the District Court of Canyon county in May 1906 called the nttentlon of the defendants attorneys t r f10 this provision of the United Slates statutes and stated In a letter to them that we were ready and anxious for I an immediate trial and if they also were ready they should arrange mat ters so that we could proceed to trial I without harm being worked to the de- fendantsI We pointed out that all of I vthelr rights would be saved If tho a ieal from the Circuit Court was dlS1 ty anlssed- is The attorneys for the defendants answered our letter declining to dis 4miss the appeal and expressing themselves as fearful that a question of jurisdiction might arise upon the pro ceedings of the Supreme Court of this State which would bo injurious to lH them in the appeal from the United States Circuit Court was dismissed On the opening day of the Stale I I fI I I y 2ft w ti JJ District Court in May 1906 we called the attehtipn of that court to the sec tion ot the United States statute and the cpqrU after conlsderatlonheld that no proceedings could be had in that court as inog as the appeal from the United States Circuit Court was pending in the Supreme Court of the United States This ruling necessarily continued the case until the appeal was disposed of- NewIfAICoal Mine A new coalcompany has been organ ized by Central City and Eastern cap italists for tho purpose of opening and operating a coal mine at Horse Branch The coiicern has been Incorporated under the name Qf the Lillian Coal CoThe company takes over the hold Ings of Fred Ackart which amount to over 5000 acres of a field of an ex ceUent quality of No9 coal Work will begin In a few days and the lat est Improved machinery put In Tho officers of the new corpora tion will be Fred Ackart President und General Manager J R Herring Vice President L E Ackart Secre tary and Treasurer MILLIONAIRE IS- ARRESTED BY NEGRO Head of American Fruit Machine Co Charged With Being a Hotel Beat Atlantic City N J May 6Charg ed with being a hotel beat under the Jersey law Edward B Mackay millionaire and head of the Ameri can Fruit Machine company of Phil adelphia was arrested on the board walk by a negro constable and given a hearing before Justice of peace De Hart who withheld his decision in the case for the present The charge is based on the alleged failure of Mackay to pay a billof 225 con tracted for board and treatment in a local sanitarium conducted by Reed Evans a young woman who claims that the man stopped the check on a Philadelphia bank which he had given in payment According to the story told before the magistrate Mackay was sent to the sanitarium by his physician last July and remained for three weeks The bill was presented to him and he gave a check on his bank in pay ment This was afterwards stopped but Mackay had returned to Phila delphia and could not he reached un der the New Jersey law Suit was started In Pennsylvania however and Is still pending Word was brought yesterday to tho woman that Mackay was in this city and she at once communicated with lawyers and swore out a criminal warrant for his arrest under the beat law which proscribes fine or imprisonment for the offense if proved Mackay entered 300 bail for the hearing which occurred this morning His defense was that the sanitarium was not a licensed boarding house and therefore not entitled to collect the money and on the technical point the magistrate reserved his decision Baby Found in Depot Morganfleld Ky May 7A baby boy judged to bo about eleven months old was found wrapped in an underskirt and shirt in the ladles waiting room of the Illinois Central depot last night about 9 oclock Two women waiting here for the midnight train returned to the station after church was over and noticed a bun dle lying on the sent nearest the door From the bundle protruded one tiny foot Tho agent was called to in vestigate and tho undressed and healthy infant was found Some Released Some Held Of the the Hells neckers who were reported as participants in the shoot Ing match particulars of which ap peared in these columns last weekLon Hall Andy Peach and Ream Flelden who had their examining trial before Judge W B Taylor Monday were held over on the charge of shooting with intent to kill to await the action of the next grand jury Their bonds were fixed at 100 each They were each also put under 11500 bond to keep the peace all of which were ex- ecutetd The trial of Tom Coghlllwho was arrested under the same charge and growing out of the same scrap will be heard before Judge Taylor one day this week Charley Peach was released on his own recognizance Sot his appearance at Circuit Court 3e was not bound over to keep the peace q 4 i t H J STT J f- w c- vt 3 I Avf 11I111 ftde tJ 1 JEALOUS LOVER SHOT DOWN BY hIRLS ESCORT Tried to Force Girl to Leave Bug gy and AccompanyHim I The love of to young men of Miss Regina DIckensa pretty young woman twenty years of agewlll probably re sult in the death of one of the suit ors James Walkertwentynlne years of age was shot by Jack Peak elgli teen years of ageat Shorts station at 5 oclock Sunday afternoon and at last reports the attending physician reported that his recovery was doubt ful The shooting was one of the most sensational which has occurred in Davless county for some time Miss Dickens had been a guest at tho home of Robert Peak father of Jack Peak Late Sunday afternoon she decided to return to her home at Shorts station and Jack Peak said that ho would take her home In his buggy The couple had gone only a short distance along tho country road ac cording to Peakwhen they saw Walk er coming in his buggy They turned around and started back down the road It Is said that Walker whipped his horse into a run and overtook Miss Dickens and Peak He jumped out of his buggy and allowed his horse to go on down the road After getting out of tho buggy he caught hold of tho reins of Peaks horse and stopped the buggy He then walked up to the buggy It Is alleged and took hold of Miss Dickens arm ahd told her to get out of the buggy Peak said he told Walker If he did not desist In his efforts to get Miss Dickens out of the buggy that ho would shoot him You are a liar was the answer Walker Is said to have given Peak The young man reached his hand down In the bottom of the buggy and produced a revolver Walker was hold Ing the girl by the arm at the time Peak fired one shot at him The bul let pierced Walkers right breast and he fell to the ground Peak whipped his horse Into a run and returned to his home where he told his father of what had occurred Walker was removed to the home of James Bell at Shorts station Dr Harris was summoned and at tended the wounded man It was found that the bullet had pierced his right lung The bullet ranged downward and was cut out of his back Peak was not placed under arrest until Monday The parties concerned in this affair are well known In Davless county Their parents are highly respected farmers and the shooting1 Is greatly deplored In the communly In which It occurredLater reports give the affair a dif ferent phase Miss Dickens has been at the bedside of her earlier and more persistent suitor and it is now said that her testimony will Incrim h ate Peake seriously and It Is al leged that she will swear that the shooting was done without provoca tion and even before Walker had said anything to Peake Sons of Presidents Youths Companion disposes of the Impression that Presidents sons have amounted to little The Impression has likely arisen because the glory of the parent eclipsed the effort of the son Youths Companion recites that twentyone sons of the Presidents reached maturity nine of them have held prominent positions and all but one or two have been substantial cit izens A son of John Adams became President and a grandson was a member of Congress and Minister to Eng land One of Lincolns sons was a Cabinet Minister aiid a Minis ter to England and one of Grants sons has had a distinguished career In diplomacy and In the army Two of Garfields sons have risen to fame one as a college professor and the other as a Cabinet Minister The son of William Henry Harrison was a man of great Influence In his own State and became the father of Benjamlne Harrison so that ho was the son of one President and the father of dn other Prompt Action by Higher Court For promptness and swift justice the Kentucky Court of Appeals broke the record last Friday when It handed down an opinion In ImprtantOhlo county cases The consolidated actions of Murphy Thompson Co vs Geo W Reid Murphy Thompson Co vs WM i lfet 1 1 i Addington and Murphy Thompson Co vs Clinton Igleheart were reversed nftec oral argument which was heard on Tuesday Judge J S Glenn and R E Lee SImmermnn represented the appellants and Messrs W H Barnes and S A Anderson the ap pellees h Louisville Herald Incorporated- New York May 7Tice Louisville Herald company was Incorporated Saturday in New Jersey with a capi tal stock of 600000 divided between 300000 G per cent cumulative preferred and 300000 common The preferred shires are redeemable at 125 on January 1 1912 The Incorporators are George A Newman Jr A T Macdonald Jas W Brown Bernerd Floxner Fenton Dowling Benjamin S Washer and George A Newman Sr all of Ken tucky The registered office Is at 1 Exchange Place Jersey City FREE TRIP TO JAMESTOWN CONTEST First Count Shows Several Active Candidates But Room For More Below Is given the candidates who have enUred tho contest for free trip to Jamestown Exposition which we are conducting and the vote of each tonoon yesterday The vote re veals time fact that there are live wide awake candidates in the field yet the contest is just launched and there is yet room for other contestants Some of the candidates whose vote now stands at the top or ranking close to that point have entered the race within the past ten days Large sec tions of the county being unrepresent ed there Is yet room for other candi datesThe ballots as they are counted will be deposited In a lock ballot box and will be preserved until the con test ejjds so that if there is any question about the correctness of the counts the ballots may referred to for the purpose of correction The vote to yesterday at noon Is as follows NORTH SIDE Miss Mertle Wllllford Nocreek1690 Miss Cora Thomasson Heflin 1893 Miss Josle Magan Buford 35 SOUTH SIDE Miss Bertha Plrtle Hartford 2775 Miss Ethelyn Jones Hartford R F D No 1 2665 Mss Nettle Rowe Centertown 50il Miss Marie Austin Beaver Dam 205 Miss Harriett Flener Cromwell 100 Sensational Law Suit One of the most sensational cases on the McLean Circuit Court docket for a number of years is the divorce suit of E L Davis against his wife in which he charges Immoral conduct and names J P Shrader as corespon dent says a Calhoun dispatch Davis has also filed a suit for 10000 dam age against Shrader for alienating the affections of his wife It Is expected that both cases will be continued Messrs Barnes Anderson promi nent attorneys of Hartford are rep resenting Mr Davis in the damage suit Death of an Old Citizen- At the home of his son G W Ben nett near Beda at tine ripe old age of almost 90 years Mr William J Bennett passed away last Sunday evening Ho was one of the very oldest citizens of the county and was held In the highest esteem by his friends and neighbors From boyhood he had been a devout member of the Methodist church and was noted for his extreme piety His remains were consigned to their last resting place Monday afternoon at the Old Mill cemetery beside his life companion who had died just 12 years before on the same day His funeral was conducted at Mt Herman church by Rev Fletcher Wil liams his pastor in the presence of a large gathering of his relatives and neighbors He is survived by four children Rev J A Bennett Mr G W Bennett Mrs John London and Mrs David London He lived to see fortyhvol1grandchildren and thirty Few men in our county have lived to see so large a number of his decendents Call Meeting Preston Morton Post No4 G A R is called to meet at the court house In Hartford Saturday May 18 to attend to important business f f F M PORTER Comrr i r BRIEF TERM OF OWENS BORO FEDERAL COURT Less Than Five Hours Used by Jude Evans in Disposing- of Docket United States Court was In session less than five hours Monday when Clerk Cassln announced to Judge Evans that the business of the session had been completed Judge Evans at once adjourned the court No civil case was tried and only a few crimi nal cases were tried and these were unimportant Three negroes Tom Car tel William Morehead and Bob Fisher were each fined 100 and given thirty days In jail for retailing liquor with out a license The same penalty was Inflicted on four white men Bud Bail ey Tom Mallory and Alex Sample for the same offense The case against Piggy Green for counterfeiting was continued until the next term of court The suit of Cora B Dal ton for 10000 against tine Interstate Assurance company on an accident policy was continued at the cost of the one for whom the continuance was granted Attorney Charles Mar tlndale of Indianapolis was present as one of the attorneys concerned Miller and Todd represented the other side and they were ready for trial and anxious for It There was more delay over this than over arty one trialFollowing are the jurors Petit Joseph Jones A P Ford J P TroutmanPoston Murphy John T Atchinson John Gilmore Malcolm Mclntyre Hiram Brlstow Henry Field W C Atchison John Hoover loin Watkins J P Myers James A Blackford A W Major W L Kuy kendall W J Bone H C DavIsJohn H King G W Tines R J Miller J S Payne W T Shlffelett G M Gan non H G Smith Hugh Gilbert Jas M GillOr juryT A Pedley Frank Katterjohn J Y Small C M Shack leford John C Thomas G B Williams J D Davidson C G Henson M M Kimmel W A Drake James M Gill C T Duncan J M Starling A E Hill James McDanlels Richard Ross Henry Snowder Railroad Notes Mr Steven May of Hartford has been given the contract formerly held by Mr Moorman extending from the Fogle hill west about one mile The big steam shovel which Is be ing placed In position at Sunnydalc will be ready for work next week It will be run sixteen hours a day and has a capacity of 1000 yards per day We are Informed by the local engi neers office that the work of grad ing on the whole line is 3S per cent complete This would Indicate that the road may bo In operation by March 1908 The coffer dam for pier No 3 at tho Green river bridge site floated from Its position Tuesday owing to the sudden rise and sank In the middle of the river This will cause some delay and entail a loss of about 1000 lo the contractorI BUFORD May 8Mr Pendleton Holbrook Is visiting his parents He Is talking of going west for his health Little Miss Etta Louise Tlchenor of Nuckols is visiting her grandpar ents Mr and Mrs J D Holbrook Mr Sam Rhodes Is on the sick listWalter Blair has chills Miss Rengel Jewell and Lonnie Ashley Miss Pearl Mitchell and Harden Ashley were quietly married at G W Jewells last Saturday by Rev J A Bennett All are of tho Taffy neighborhood except Mss Jewell she being the youngest and last single daughter of Mr and Mrs GW Jew ellMaster Ervln Whalin of Owensboro Is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs R R Cundiff Mr William Nicholson and family visited Mrs Nicholsons parents Mr Henry Travis of the Washington neIghborhoodSaturday returning Mon dayHermon Lyons returned homo Sun day after being absent several weeks Mss Hazel Cundlff returned home Sunday after visiting her sister Mrs James Garrett of Owensboro the past weekMrs Sam Holbrook Is visiting her mother Mrs MlssoUrl King of Hen dersonMr Walter Blair and wife visited I 1 10 1 Mrs Blairs sister Mrs Wilson Un derwood of Llvln Tuesday TAFFY May SRe G W Joneswifo and daughter Gracie and Oliver Hoover of Pellvllle visited In Clear Run vi cinity last Saturday and Sunday Rev Jones preached at the Baptist church Saturday night and Sunday at Clear Run Mr John II Park Is rafting logs and will start to Evansvllle In a day or twoGeorge Maddox lost a horse Tues dayMrs Pearl Park has returned homo from Owensboro where she lids been visiting her parents Little Miss Effie Park has bbn having chills Orlaud Park has accepted a posi tion on the railroad near Marvins Chappel Mrs John H Park Is on tho sick list SENDER OF THREATEN ING LETTER KNOWN Fire Marshal Mott Ayers Has Prominent Citizen Spotted I The Hopklnsvllle Kentuckian says Fire Marshal Mott Ayers announces that he has fixed upon a citizen of Wallonia Ky the crime of writing a threatening letter to R C Walls of RIndaldo Ky whose property was soon afterwards destroyed by night riders who rolled some of his tobacco In hogsheads Into the Cumberland river and burned his factory The first outrage was in Trigg county the In cendiarism In Lyon county The hand writing of the letter has been Identified by experts as that of a prominent citizen of Trigg county and the envelop used has been Identified as a return stamped envelope sent to tho suspected party by a bridge company of Wilmington Ohio The hand writing Is very characteristic and easi ly Identified Col Ayers makes tho positive statement that he has made out a plain case against the man and If the circuit court wishes to assume jurisdiction let him be summoned The name of the guilty party will not be a surprise to the public Marriage License The following marriage license have been issued since our last report Hardin Ashley Taffy age 23 to Pearlie Mitchell Westerfield age 16 Lonnie Ashley Taffy age 20 to Renyce Jewell Buford age 17 E R Griffin Hanson Ky age 21 to Mattie Cassna Kirtle age 18 Da Ian Wade McHenry age 21 to Rllla Hobdy Beaver Dam age 21t Tllford Raymer Roslne age 24 to Mary Ann McDanlel Roslne age ulv Heresca Test forQ oYour Nerves Can you hold a glass brim ming full of water without spilling a drop- If you cant your nerves are not in good condition- If you are nervous and irritable without cause if you are easily tired out and unstrung if you are troubled appetite CeleryIron Tonic This Is a constitutional nerve tonic and food Celery is a nerve tonic nourishmentandnewnervous system and reduces the effects of mental and physical fatigue It goes directly to the nerve tissues as perfecthealthIts tho medicine you need James H Williams The Store 01 llr 40 4 1i t l flv 1 4 i J1 I I C MANIf Has Only Half a Brain Yet He Makes His Own Living George L Chapman a worldfa mous curiosity among medical men was exhibited to the classes of the Medical College recently He tradlIHonthat the average person has a large surplusage of brains As the result of a gunshot wound received when he was a boy and the subsequent sur gical operation which followedChap man had a teacupful or to reduce the quantity to more exact terms six ounces of his brain removed when ho was thirteen years old The right side of his skull was re moved and the injurled portion of tho brain taken out The brain substance removed was practically nil from the right hemisphere Instead of dying as everything indicated he would Chapman lingered between life and death His head was almost frozen in an effort to keep the temperature down Part of the right ear was actually frozen off in this manner But after spend ing two years in bed not being sable to stand as a result of the Injury he finally became able to get around A huge scar remains where the surgeons removes the skull and brain from Chapmans head The brain substance here lies beneath a single thickness of skin and it Is possible to observe the pulsation of the cerebral blood vessels by watch ing the bare skin which covers the unprotected brain In sleeping if he lies on the right side of his head it fills with blood practically drowning the brain He Is then completely paralyzed and helpless until some one turns him over when his brain drains and resume its functinons Chapman makes his living by trav eling about and exhibiting himself to medical colleges taking up a collec tion at each place He is In great relationsthe brain and the muscles of the body He has exhibited himself all over this country and In Europe and Canada +For a cold or a cough take Ken nedys Laxative Cough Syrup It Is BETTER that any other cough remed because its laxative principle assures a healthy copious action of the bow els and at the same it heals irritation of the throat strengthensthe bronchial tubes and allays inflammation of the mucous membrane Contains Honey and Tar pleasant to take Children like it Conforms to the National Pure Food and Drug Law Sold i by all druggists mj Fertitizing for Fruit considerInbleWhere growers have combined to keep insects and parasites in check the re sult has been beneficial If the labor and cost of fertilizers must be con sidered it is safe to assert that fruit growers derive larger profits from raspberries and blackberries than many of them deserve as It Is only when picking and harvesting the crop that the real labor Is performed After such crops are harvested some fields i receive but little care and cultivation and it is seldom that manures or fertilizers are applied though the strawberry Is treated differently En terprising fruit growers maintain that it pays to give blackberry and rasp berry canes good cultivation and to apply fertilizers liberally as the In creased crop of berries and vigorous vines more than pay the expense During periods of drought the grassy rows of canes must compete for mols turo with Intruders and It often hap pans that a dry period sots in just at the time the berries are ripen ing and when moisture is greatly need ed When the soil Is clear of grass and weeds and the surface of the ground loose the loss from lack of moisture Is greatly reduced When your back aches It Is almost invariably an indication that some thing is wrong with your kidneys Weak diseased kidneys frequently cause a break down of the entire sys tem DeWitts Kidney and Bladder pills afford prompt relief for weak kidneys backache inflammation of the blad der and all urinary troubles Sold by all druggists m Cant be Too Careful One of our exchanges tells about rt young woman who attended a party and before going on the floor for a waltz stuck her chewing gum under the chair A young man who had been treated scornfully by her thought he would play even He took a wad of gum spread it out and placed a piece of tobacco Inside rolled the gum and stuck It under the chair When the dance was en ded she started for her chair put ting the gum in her mouth and It is said by those who witnessed the r 0- I i + dN rr scone that when the tobacco began to get In Its work there was the most peculiar acting ever done before a large audience All the rest of the evening she stood there and leaned against the chair a perfect picture of homesickness Girls cant be to careful where they put their gum r4j 1100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that it is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Ca tarrh being a constitutional disease Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internal ly acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the systemthere by destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case It fails to cure Send for list of tes timonials Address F J Cheney I Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 7oc Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation m HOW ABOUT THE- MODERN WOMAN Is She The Same Old One With a Few New Clothes or is She New A woman may have manners and no mind or mind and no manners but the complete woman will have both This remark was made by a woman lecturer In the course of an address on the subject of Is the Modern Woman a Failure The epithet modern woman Is applied as a term of opprobrium said she There Is no reason why It should be except the AngloSaxons antipathy to adapt himself to changes and because it is easier for him to label than to comprehend The modern woman Is not some thing new and monstrous Site is like Eve only seen under modern condi tions Women will become living re alities instead of pale distorted re flectionsMans objection to the modernvbr an is quite easy to understand and appreciate He dreads the unknown For centuries woman has been the slave and man now suddenly sees the race he has greatly wronged sel loose on society The clock can not be put back Woman will go far but it will be upward The objection and dislike of men are really a touching flattery Man needs to the full the sympathy and sacrifice of woman and he dreads to lose it But it Is clear that mans ideals are changed and that he is seeing the Ideal woman A true woman Imbued with the modern spirit can do exactly as she likes because she will never do any thing In bad taste He Fought at Gettysburg David Parker of Fayctte X Y- who lost a foot at Gettysburg writes Electric Bitters have done me more good than any medicine I ever took For several years 1 had stomach trouble and paid out much money for medicine to little purpose until J began taking Electric litters 1 would not take 500 for what they have done for me Grand tonic for the aged and for female weaknesses Great al terative and body builder sure cure for lame back and weak kidneys Guaranteed by all druggists 50c in I Facts Worth Knowing Taxes In Fiji are paid in cocoa- nuts There are ladles smoking cars on English railways- In Australia chessplaying Is taught- In the public schools Alligator a popular native dish in India tastes like veal The wood used In the best pianos has been seasoned forty years They who reach thirty In good health are likely statistics show to last to seventythree Over 200000 pounds of human hair valued at 500000 is sold annually itt Paris The majority of criminals pan draw nnd paint That is why artists can rarely get credit In many parts of Switzerland the Government buries the dead supplying coffin and undertaker free of cost Calico print worksphotographic supply factories wineclearing planes bookbinders glovemakera and leather furnishers are the chief consumers of eggsTo sustain a man on fresh meat twentytwo acres of land are necessary The same piece of land devoted to wheat would sustain fortytwo mn devoted to oats eightyeight men devoted to rice and potatoes 1iG men a OUR NATIVE ToN6UE MUCH COMPLICATED Enropean People Have Little Love For English tai wage The people of continental Europe who are under the necessity of learning the English language have lltttla affection for It Its complicated origin has laden it with an immense number of Incon sistencies contradictions and duplica tions and above all with Tin irregular and inexplicable system ofspelllng a system that is Just now receiving the attention of our own reformers Germans are accustomed to speak of the English language as a monster having two mouths with one of which it speaks German and with the otherI LatinThe Slavonic peoples of central and western Europe who by reason of the fact that they have been compelled to learn many languagesand aro there fore great linguists havo a legend to account for the inconsistencies of English which is yet more uncomplimentary than the German animadversion against our mother tongue This legend is to the effect thai when the Almighty created the na tions ho gave men no tongues at all When they came and dumbly begged for them he compassionately took apiece of meat and cut it into slices giving each one a slice to serve as a tongue This arrangement served well enough but when the Englishman who had either lazily or contemptuously failed to arrive sooner came and demanded his piece there was none left Ac cordingly the Diet called back the men of other nations and slicing from each of their tongues a little bit he put them all together to make a tongue for the Englishman And this is why the English continue to the present day to speak in such a jum bleStudents have averred that this Ho ry originally heard in Croatia Is so close a representation in allegory of the actual facts in the origin of the English language that it has a madf tip all It is nevertheless pictures que and interesting a a A Hard Debt to Pay I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be paid offwrltes G S Clark of Weslfleld Iowa for my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Dis covery Both lungs were so siflously affected that death seemed imminent when I commenced taking New Dis covery This omnious dry hacking cough quit before the first bottle was used and two more bottles made a complete cure Nothing has ever equaled New Discovery for coughs colds and all throat and lung com plaints Guaranteed by all druggists 0c and 1 Trial bottle free m A LongMissing Dollar Miss Lavinia Wentzell of Elmer N J has a silver dollar which she prlz js highly Fifteen years ago when Miss Wentzell was but 2 years old lie coin was given her by her mother to play with but it disappeared as If by magic and in all these years its ReIcentlpairing an old rockingchair the coin was found in the cushion und given Miss Wentzell r S Appendicitis Cranks Probably the oldest scrapbook in- New England is that of William F ernald of Old Orchard Me It is devoted expluslvely to news laper notices of appendicitis cases Mr Fernald figured In an operation himself and it was a fellow feeling for the rest of the appemllctis legion SURE CURE For All Diseases of STOMACHLIVER I which madohim commence to collect clippings A while ago he saint to a Boston Herald man I talked of organiz ing an nppedlcitla club in Maine its members to be composed of persons whd have been under the knife A number of persons to whom I mentioned the project approved but r didnt get around to carry it into execution I think I shall revive the scheme Sheriffs SaleIBy virtue of fee bill which issued from the Clerks OfficeI of the Ohio County Court Ih of W S Tinsley amounting to 678 against Manuel Ward I or one of my deputies will on Monday the 3rd day of June 1907 between the hours of 1 oclock P M and 4 oclock P M at the Court House door in Hartford Ohiq county Kentucky expose to Public Sale to the highest bidder the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiffs debt interest and costs towit Beginning at a sweet hum marked as cornerin B N Strouds thence with his line N 93 poles Jo a stone thence E 87 poles to a stone corner of second parcel or lot No 3 thence S 9 12 W 85 poles to a stone in public road then with said road 82 12 W J8 poles to the beginning contain ing 44 acres more or less on as the property of Manuel Wnrd- 1TERlISSale 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INDIAN CHIEF Red Clouds Farwell Message Urges Whites to Aidt RedSkins Realizing that the time of his departure for the happy hunting grounds is approaching old Red Cloud fa mous Chief of the Sioux Indians has issued a farewell message that is full of pathetic appeal to the white people to be good to the poor Indian The noted warrior long ago became peaceable While ho still wears his beads and feathershe recognizes that the march of civilization is sweeping away many of the old custqms of his race and he bears a most friend ly feeling toward his former foes His letter is addressed to Colonel Wm F Cody Buffalo Hill whom ho addresses by the Indian name of PeHaHasKa It was dictated in Red Clouds tent and given to hill McCune Colonel Codys representative who left the agency a short time ago taking with him a number of young Sioux to join the Wild West show for the coming season The letter is as follows Tell my friend PeHaHasKa it is Red Cloud that talks to him by one of my people who knows white man pen sign Will talk what I say to him with my tongue and send by paper Old Ogallala Chief last chief soldier of Sioux talks from heart to the White Eagle of Great Fathers warriors I want him to tell old chief soon to go to Manitou hunting ground never see PeIla HasKa more Isay we light moil omoke pipe shake hands bury the hatchet ilvo same tepee My people follow white mans road You always good after fight to red brother I my young menheap big village heap speak to you to be always friend tQ my people You good you show my young men heap big village heap things I never see Old Indian more old than you hope tell Great Father Washington and Great Fathers Head Man take care my people All want to be good I like you come I no see you but I could hear you talk Shake hands make goodby friends give theirs ears to PeHaIIasKa be friend to Sioux White man rich Indian poor I talk you last time Hear down if black robe speak white man help Indian I talk you last straight meet you in hun ting grounds in sky Tell ScarfacQ brother goodbye too Good man friend of Sioux last war Pine Ridge RED CLOUD His X Mark Red Cloud is more than 90 years ofage and totally blind Cascasweet for babies is the best remedy for colic summer complaint diarrhoea and sour stomach It is especially good In cases of teething when irritation affects the stomach and intestnes Cascasweet is a pleas and safe remedy containing neither opiates nor narcotics all the ingre dients are printed plainly on the wrap It acts so quickly Sold by all drug gistsIm To Tax Bachelors- A tax on bachelors has been im posed by the lower house of the Hes sian parliament The bill which cam into force April 1 provides in view of the prevailing dearness of food rent etc for an annual supplemen tary grant to be given to persons in the employ of the state whose Incomes do not exceed 500 per iinum Bash elors who have only persunal responsibilities are to receive only onehalf the grant A clause In the original bill ordain ed that persons in the empl y of the state who neither are nor have been married should receive only half this amount but an amendment was pass ed granting the fyill sum to bachelor employes who maintain a homo for parents relatives or adopted children When your food has not been properly digested the entire system is impaired In the same proportion Your stomach needs help Kodol For Indigestion and Dyspepsia not only digests what you eat it tones the stomach and adds strength to the whole body Makes rich pure blood Kodol Pure Food and Drug Law by all druggists TJ SoldI A Home For Tramp Cats In Los Angeles California there is a cat club each member of which be longs tow hat is known as the South ern California National Cat Club The general purpose of this organization is to protect these useful household animals and to secure and perpetrate the best feline breeds This club was organized sqveral years ago and annu ally there has been a general public exhibition held in Los Angeles that has never yet failed to attract much attention especially among ladles Intact a large proportion of the many iniembers of the club are women Recently the club has widened its sphere of usefulness anti I will erect soon a cat hospital and a home of refuge for the sick and houseless f 1 l r t I 1- rt at L animals That city ie overrun by tramp cats houseless and homeless Tabbies and Thomases that utter plt eous yowls and touching meows in the dull ear of right all about the city Mr E H Rydall of Los Angelesa benevolently disposed gentleman and prominent member of the Cat Club has donated a small piece of land and also subscribed a sum of money as a starter Subscriptions have been stead ily pouring in from club mem bers and others The hospital and home are now assured A suitable building is now being built that when completed will comfortably house a largo number of these feniine waifs The patlnls and refugees will be doctoredfedand sheltered until homes are provided or found It will be con ducted somewhat on tho plan of an orphanage and foundling hqspital The club members are quite enthu siastic over this humano project The wandering forsaken and halfstarved cats of Los ngeles will hereafter hay comfortable quarters food shelteran medical attendance without money and without price H A Handy Tree I threlldIandneedletree to growing the hack yard dont you think especially when there are boys in the house with but tons coming off about every other minuteThis strange tree grows in nearly all tropical counties and in some places nearer home where the cli mate Is warm and even In Mexico says the New York BxI uminer It is found in great numbers and the Mexicans call it the ma guey which is pronounced mag way It gets the name by which we know It from the curious formation of its leaves At the tip of tho leaf there is n sharp thron which Is the ndJdle If you grasp it firmly and pull it out a long thread or fiber comes with it and there you are with a needle all ready threaded for your sewing This fiber thread Is very strong and the Mexicans use it for weaving a coarse kind of cloth as well as for sewing The leaves of the tree they use fur roofing their houses instead of tiles and a fine roof they make with them strong and waterproof just the sort of roof that is needed in a country where the rain pours down in sheets The Fashions as Predicted for the Summer June being the traditional bridal month the usual fashion article in this number of the New Idea Woman Magazine is devoted to the bride and her attendants New materials for th wedding wown and graceful draw ings showing the latest ways of male In the same are given as well as suggest ions for the bridesmaids and maids of honor The Girls Letter contains many valuable hints for the selection of a trousseau and will undoubtedly prove helpful to the girl with moder ate means who wishes to spend sensl bly her allowance for this purpose Ideas for bridal luncheons and anniversary dinners alone appear In this issue Another illustrated fashion ar tide is devoted to the discussion of jumper fashions which will without doubt occupy the most important place in summer wardrobes Keep The Balance Up It has been truthfully said that any disturbance of the even balance of health causes serious trouble Nobody can be too careful to keep this balance up When people begin to lose appetite or to get tired easily the least I imprudence brings on sickness weak nledsIdenied it and the best tonic of which we have any knowledge Is Hoods j Sarsaparilla What this medicine has done In keeping healthy people heal- thyI In keeping up the eveti balance of health gives It the same distinction as n preventive that It enjoys as a cure Its early use nits Illustrated the wisdom of the old saying that a stitch In time saves nine Take Halls for appetite strength and endurance Lead Pencil Breaks Rib At Hopkinsvllle Ky Prof H Clay Smith principal of the girls depart ment of South Kentucky college Ist Buffering from a fractured rib as a result of an unusual accident While Prof Smith was sitting in an urm chair a letter he was holding fell to the floor He leaned over to pick up the letter and the arm of the chair pressed a lead pencil in his pocket against one of his ribs with sufficient force to break the bone Daniel Boone Was in This Region- D W Whitmer of Muhlenberg coun ty called at the Hustler office Thursday and brought with him a rock on which is cut the following A five pointed star and Itho name Daniel Boone May 22 1772 Tho rock is about x12 Inches in size Mr Whllmer says that about two years ago he was clearing new ground aboufa mile on the other side of Pond River and in destroying a beec- hItreehetound this rock imbedded be Madlsonvllle Hus J tier infy M I trl are caused by Indigestion If you eat ft I little too much or if you are subject to attacks of Indigestion you have no doubt I beatheartburn toIexpandswell time tho heart becomes diseased course 01i K0401wFor Dyspepsia I digests what you cat takes the strain off of the heart and contributes nourishment thebodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining tho Stomach and Diges live Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach Alter eailne my food would distress ma by maldni weekFinallydiate relief After using a few bottles I am cured MRS LORINO NICHOLS Penn Yen N Y I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I DyspepslaCuroD KAUBLE Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat KtlUTM ICdlftltlOQ at the Lab IOU itomtch bitch eaotrefEODSWittlIng of cti eter SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Cumbeland I Ift TELEPHONEAND ii I Telegraph UicorHiriiteil Co Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Tele phone In my residence and place of business My business has Increased and my wifes voice Is never heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition T J PRGRN Mgr REAL ESTATEIf dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us Note These Bargains Ninety acres of land on Rough river near Clear Run J bottom land Good new four room house with large hall and veranda New barn and nice young orchard Two neverfailing wells One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain Splendid twostory dwelling in Hartford on Washington street only one square from Court House and new depot site I 100 acres 1 mile from the Court- House on Hartford and Beaver Darn pike in high state of cultivation 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information furnished on application- A farmer of 120 acres on the Rochester and Rockport road two miles North of Rochester 75 acres Green river bottoms rest good hill 45 acres in fine shape for cultivation this year rest well kept Good dwelling and out buildings all kinds of fruit and one of the best watered places in the county New two story frame Hartford Six rooms two nice hallsII Lot 100 feet front 210 feet Good well Situated corner Fredrica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash I balance in 12 months A bargainI The 84 acre tract of land recent ly purchased by J H Hickman ofr Owensboro from the trustee of H C Powers situated in the Concord neighborhood five miles east ofI Hartford I 200 acres of fine farming laud at Dan Station on Owens oro branch I C R R 70 acres up land balance bottom some of It will make 70 to SO bushels of corn per acre About CO acres lu timber Three dwelling hOus- es Good well water and early orchard Terms onehalf cash balance on easy payments I List your property with us We i I will tR buyer ETT i SJillTH I Republican Office Hartford Ky KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR PriceCOUGHS100 Guaranteed for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK PATENTS PROCURED 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E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Court Begins on the third Monday In January April July and October Court of claimsConvenes first Monday In January Tuesday after second Monday In October Other OfficersN Moxlcy Surveyor hreve S U Leach Assessor Rob loyJames DeWeeseSchool Superintendent Hartford Jerome Allen Coroner Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver Dam March 21 June 23 September 21 December 2- 1W P Miller Horse Branch March 25 June 23 September 2 December X- AV S Dean Dundee March 27 Juno 16 September 26 December 27 W R Edge Fordsvllle March 23June 2 September 27 December 28 B S Chamberlain BedaMarch 23 June 23 September M December iS Herbert Render Centertown March 0 June 23 September 29 December 30 john H Mlles Rockport Muroh 31 June 30 September 30 December 31 HARTFORD POLICE COURT R 1f Wedding Judge J S GlemiCIty Attorney Seth MoseleyMarshal Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices third Sunday In each month at 11 n m and j p m2nd Sunday at 7 p m4th Sunday- at 11 a m and 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J A- Lewis Pastor assisted by RevJ Frank Baker Baptist Church Services held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday md Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer mooting every Thursday evening Rev A B Gardner PastorC Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m und 7 i m ev Bozarth Pastor Christian Church Services ovary first Sunday at 11 a in and 7 p in Rov w B Wright Pastor School Trustees HartfordC M Crow J S Glenn Dudley Ford C M BaIllttt Dr E B Pemlloton City CouncIlJ II Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk RE L Simmer man Dr E B Pemlleton A D White Win Fair Win Beau Dr J V Taylor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No G75 F A Ma lions meets first Monday nluht In each month C M CrYwe YoM Marvin Uean Secretary Keystone Chapter Xo 110 meets every third Saturday night In each month W N Stevens High Priest French Vlok ers Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knhhts of Pythias meets every Tuesday night- C M Barnett C C CM Crown K 3f R and S Hartford Tent No 93 K O T M tneotu every Thursday night E B Pen lleton Cotnmander D E Thomas Record Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month MIa Z Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Miss Sue Yelser Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No 4 G A R holds regular meetings Saturday before the first Sunday In each month F M Porter Commander R A Anderson Adj DeWltts r t Salv For II ins Sorsa 4- r r k lfJ 4 to i 1 1 tt J1ftr 1 q 4 Y oIl 1f rb I l s Ii I Yo IrYy Ii- e t f c ItIC II oJ Off I- li J Y Hfrtford Re ublicar-r 3T- iaauedbythe Hartford rabllshlng CompftnI- KCOBPOBAVXD li t O M BAKNETT t EdltoC E SMITIIMr = TEL PAdIT B- Ot i bxlanMM34aoUCh 21vxM22FRIDAY MAY 10- ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce S A ANDS SON ot West Hartford 1reclnct a cnndldi or Representative In the General Assembly Irom this the 20th district subject to the action 01 the Republican party We are authorized to announce DR JAM A DUFF ol Sulphur Springe precinct a candl date to represent Ohio county In the Dexl House of Representative Subject to the action ot the Republican party We are authorized to announce W WIAnl ol the Beila Precinct a candidate for Kvprei o- DtllUve In the General Assembly from this thelltb district subject to the action of the Republic party We are authorized to announce JlDGE D BAKER RIIOADS of Dearer Dam ai a cantU date to represent Ohio county In the next 1I0D1 ot Representative subject to the Republic Conventions to be held June Stb and 11th lIext Examine the labelon your paperlt t Is not correct notify us It Is not the eagle which rivets the attention of all Spain just now It Is the stork The peace convention should nd Journ to Jamestown and capture thos battleships Now It is said the tombstone trust has raised prices Is there no escape even In death Liquor advocates no doubt found the nppelate Courts decision sustaining the county unit law pretty dry read- Ing Whether the President Is in Ohio politics or Secretary Taft out of It seems to be the all absorbing ques tlon Wo know of no rule or stalut which limits the Republican party to the State of Ohio for a candidate for President anyway Urhe Chicago RecordHerald says VicePresident Fairbanks father was a wagon maker The son Is an ex pert at fence making In turning out Congressman Brown lows friend In Tennessee Is the Presl dent serving notice to the others to get on the right side To most persons who were foolish enough to bet on the Kentucky Derb Monday the colors which radiated were not confined to Pink Star Col Henry Waterson and John L Sullivan have endorsed Gov Hughe for the Presidency The Governor should have no trouble In wInning now Should Bryan agree to nominate the President for anoher trmus has been suggested would he make as strong nominating speech as he once did for himself Why not have an organization of the people whom President Roosevel has characterized as underslrable cit Izens They might sympathize with each other We are indeed getting on strung ground politically when Democrat declare themselves Lincoln Democrats while Republicans announce themselves Jeffersonian Republicans The nomination of Bryan for Pres Idem by the Democracy seems to be a foregone conclusion but who car guess in all the range of possibilities what will he in the platform Notable exchanges are devoting con siderable space to the subject of dust less roads The people of this vlclni ty are at present more Interested In some means of producing mudlesi roads Some tax payer should file suit at Frankfort to determine whether 01 not Auditor Hager has authority for paying Judge Cantrill a salary out of the State funds which he does not pretend to earnmAfter the election of a Governor In Kentucky this fall who knows but what the eyes of Republicans atll over the country may be turned our way for a Presidential candidate igtfiaxige things have happened t Spot the Republican or Inderifenjjen who fires his gun prematurelxilth in our own ranks this year e li either bent on doing harm to tMcaus he pretends to espouse or fet snr tlrely too raw to be entrusted with modern fire arms Better send him to the rear with the teamsters The Louisville Herald has sounder almost all the leading Republican of the State and finds them without exception opposed to any attempt ac 4 I je 11h t 1 fIJ 4 f I draw the coming State Convent into turmoil by going into the Prest dontinl contest This paper has taken the same stand for months N sensible Republican who desires party success in Kentucky this yearco take any other- According to Henry Watterson tbl only hope of Democratic success II the Presidential race next year lies II the following contingencies It ROOSE welt should be nominated for a thlr trem if there should be a finance crlslsor a failure of crops or sucl a redundancy of crops as seriously t fetch down the price of farm products The first contingency has been swepl away by the President himself Tlu second is not likely to occur with th Republicans in power Financial pan- Ics in this country have always beeJ linked with Democratic administrations So the chance would seem t be reduced to too much crop or a fall uro altogether The former conditi I will be looked after by the farm themselves and we have too JJ1uc faith iu the Supreme Ruler to belle he will permit the latter if It is te be followed by a worse calamity FINALLY AGREED The Hartford Herald and this papor after spending about twenty years In contending over every concelval question from Protection and Jret Trade down to Who Struck Billy Patterson have finally come togeth upon the following agreed statement of facts submitted by the Herald Meantime while the Herald and The Hartford Republican are discus lug whether their headings and makeup are alike or not alike we think that the public will agree with both of us that Hartford has two of the best county weeklies published uny wherein Kentucky or the South Notice To Miners and Farmers We ask of you not to buy wagons or buggies from the HlckmanEbbert company Owensboro Ky until they recognize the union and employ union men Done by order of the local- JOH WILSON C7S U M W of A tf Recording Secretary Echols local No Clevelands Bad Advice Mr Cleveland clings to his idea that the Tariff makes trustsand he insist that the evils which have led up tithe I present revulsion of feeling agalni corporations were brought about by the Tariff Strangethenthat they did not appear with the Wilson bill Tha measure closed the shops and mill and put 3000000 idle men on the streetsbut the corruption of Insuranc companies railroad discrimination and all manner of corporate abuse went on right through the last four years of Grover without regard to Tariff conditions It Is doubless true that Tariff reform which would Ignore the principle of Protectlonas he Wilson bill did in parts would destroy some of the trusts for it was pretty we demonstrated that neither the inde pendent manufacturers nor any combination of Industries could so much as keep the mills going on starvation wages during the second Cleveland administration That administration effectually halted Industry but It did not check the scandalous wrongs lead Ing up to the existing popular clam or which Mr Cleveland now deplores If It had Mr Cleveland would not to day be the arbiter of the great Insurance trust drawing a generous salar for making appeals to legislatures am to allay an aroused public sentlment Pittsburgh GazetteTimes Horses With Sweet Teeth Head Ted a big bay horse owned by John Riley of Belleville N J foe lowed a son of the owner Into a con- fectionary store of Martin Flannngai yesterdayThe was In the rea 100111 Hearing a noise behind him he turned and was surprised to see Ted busily engaged In eating sweets from the top of a candy case Rile was afraid to yell at the animal for fear he might stampede and do som damageTed was in his glory Imltatloi rabbits chickens and other thing disappeared with lighteninglike rapidity down the horses capaclou throatIt not until Teds appetite for sweets had been entirely appeased that he left the store Then he walk ed down to the village watering trough and took a long drink to wash down the candyNew York American Not Always- To buy where you sell is a standard FreeTrade axiom Protection is much censured in some quarters for ignor ing this altruistic doctrine But her we find FreeTrade Great Britain thE greatest offenders in that regard Ii 1905 she sold to Cuba more than tell times as much as she bought from Cuba Her exports to that island wean 9813995 and her imports 81491 On the Other hand the United Staten buys from Cuba more than doublet what she sells to Cuba In 1905 WE bought Cuban commodities valued a 9585766 and sold to Cuba of ou products 44569812 Woe furnishes Cuba the money with which to buy of I Great Britain ten times whathe sold to that country Apparently Free Trade is not always fair trade VAMSB v FOR THE BUSY READER Tricky Tom Tharp was killed ne I Jackson by Walter Mulllns The men quareled over a crap gamearid Tha drew a pistol on Mulllnswho took It away from him and shot Tharp to I death il zee A Plttsburg paper soVs that Lync- I hurst the home of Mrs Wllllnm I Thaw in that city has been mortgage for 100000 and that extraordinary ef- fortsI were made to keep the record secret e e Secretary of Agriculture Wvllsonwl is now at Chicago says the current reports of damage to crops are greatly exaggerated and that in his opin- Ion prospects at this time of the yenr I were never brighter 5 11 Commander Robert E Peary in a telegram has authorized the beginning of a collection by the school chi dren of Oregan to make up the m0000 I necessary for the starting of auotlu expedition to the North Pole 5 Both Houses of the Missouri Legit lature adopted a resolution invitin President Roosevelt to attend the eighth annual reunion of the Army of the Philippineswhich is to be held In Kansas City August 13 14 and 15 5 Upon the retirement of Lieut Coin MacArthur some time during till next eighteen months Maj Gen Loo nard Wood who nine years ago was an assistant sergeon will be ranking officer of the army for sixteen years te The appointment by Gov BeckhamIof Attorney Irvine Hampton istrate for the Eighth Magisterial this trict of Jefferson county upon the rtICI ommendation of prominent ministers may mean a renewal of UK efforts to close the saloons in Louisville on SundayIMayor OBryan of Owensboro has j written a letter to Mayor Woods of Richmond objecting to the formation of a State Law and Order League Mayor OBryan says it Is a slander on Kentucky to intimate that the laws are not enforced and such an organization is not necessary in order to preserve peace and property rights 1Among Shine Miss Hive of the lady Maccabees I at the State Convention this week 5 The Red Men had a very interesting meeting Wednesday night Brothers Mitchell Smith and Dick Her of Ken tucky Tribe were present and gave some excellent talks and suggestions Two applications for membership were recelvedThe Ohio Tribe Is doing good work and they hope to have an excel lent lodge S Rough River No 110 K of P h done of the best sessions Tuesday night In the history of the lodge Work in the second rank was con ferred in a splendid manner by Past Chancellor W S Tinsley More than thirty members and visitors were in attendance All the representatives from this lodge to the Convention at Central City report a good time There will be work next Tuesday night in the first and third ranks reHartford No 675 F A M held a session beginning at 3 P M Monday and lasting until 11 P M dur- Ing which an immense amount of work was disposed of and four candi dates were elected for initiation Three were given the Entered Apprentice degree and one the Master Mason de gree The Junior Warden Senior Warden and Master each conferred a degree in t the Entered AppenCJce Quite a number of visitors were pres ent from sister lodges to see the work A call meeting will be held next Mon day night for work In the Fellow Craft degree and to hear report from the building committee Every member Is urged to be present 5 KenItuckytral City Ky May G 1907 The fol lowing lodges were represented Rough River lodge Hartford Ky Star lodge I Owensboro Ky Eclipse lodge of LIv ermore Ky Independence lodge of CIoverportKyDamon lodge of Leitch field Ky and Calanthe lodge Central City Ky were represented by mem bers and delegates The district meeting was entertained by the members of the Central City lodge In the afternoon session much was brought up showing the pro gress and development of the various lodges and the prosperous conditions of the order in this dlsrict G C McLean G Kof R and S Chapter G M and A Saunders were present I and conducted the meeting in a very able manner They complimented the various lodges on their progress and prosperity of the order v- At 730 the wives mothers and daughters of Calanthe lodge invited the members of the district conven lion to a banquet at the Masonic Hall the Banquet Hall was decorated with the lodge colors and I fl J 1 tI I JII fI LOOK REAW AND REMiR i but believe itwe That what we are about to say to you we do not say boastfully andwould be glad to show you why we believe it if you will come to our store 1 see it of we we us our see our see was a and ele to any ever in and the were with the best of all that the of the of The was en by some and the Mc was I by J C leer J T and B who a and are very in of way of and on and were on to to atl the and we that of the and the of he a the A We to of our the of the of RE and The Tho of The ville will be 20 The us that the in cost of it for to the subscription In to it for to lake tage of the low at time be to 20 in your at once If are de at all it too it Unless then li dally action of the are doing its twit jt sd luitt 1 AWE cute Ae lane ao Wa ofn our J a ti The we to is we oleanest around of goods in Hartford Because it is factory therefore is bound to be of the us whisper something in ear of Spring Goods in It is of it assured no i anything ill e vfl iiSa right themarket + t a of the stylish patterns of the which is of said us you through our of Fountain Coat Shirts and will we say They are all new We have the old reliable brand Collars cannot enumerate the many good things have but tell you what to dojust come stock if you not say goods and prices are right motto is to sell goods cheap and plenty of them and our ar of splendid value which we have not to mention Yours for cheap prices and BARNARD CO Hartford Kentucky arranged with taste gance equal seen Kentucky tables loaded those things I make mouths Knights Pythias water occasion livened excellent music response ofGrand Chancellor IlreparIedWright Rough River lodge represented Knights Ernest Woodward Sanderfur John Wilson report splendid time lavish their praise Calanthe lodges entertaining putting degree work Knights Wilson Woodward called respond toasts banquet learn Wilsons Pennyrile Woodward boquets for ladies which always carries bountiful supply captured large audience Few Days Left desire impress upon paper Importance present combination offer THE PUBLICAN Louisville Herald subscription price Louis Herald advanced May publishers have notified increase white paper makes necessary them raise rats order make possible anyone advan price which prevails offer will extended May Send order We Trust Doctors you suffering from impure blood thin blood bility exhaus tion you should begin once with Ayers the Sarsaparilla you have knoyn your life doctor knows Ask him about bowies poisonous products absorbed causing headache drspepste andthufrom pourtageubia I VMM CMUCKY MCTOWL eeene f pubUe1- tIb 1o1i zadlotaes 9rjY first point want make this that have the newest and most all uptodate stock Our reason why all right from the and very lat patternsNow let your We have the prettiest and cheapest line Dress town all composed new patterns and when you wear you may rest that one else wore like 1ifrom FOR MEN We have new line latest Swan Hat one the best Hats made Shirts Who Shirts We did Come and let show line and CluttPeabody you why pat terns also CluettPeabody Now will and let show you through and do Our Call linemany ticles space courteous treatment nA defense readers present nervousness Sarsaparilla Your bll1onel1aul YaMAlw Viers arid most ROXEY May 8Farmers are progressing nicely with their work Herman Kahn Cromwell was at this place on business Tuesday- J H Davis went to Cromwell Tues day y Mrs Linnle James Is visiting her parents near Cromwell Mr A B Leach visited his sis ter Mrs M Ranney last Sunday nigh Misses Mattie and Tead McSherry near Rob Roy and Miss Lee Stevens Pinchlco spent Monday afternoon at J H Davis Mr Lem Leach and wife visited their daughter Mrs H T Porter last Sunday night- Lawrence Annice and family visited Mrs Annis father Mr J N Raleyat this place who has been ill for some timeRev Jelf Embry preached at Pleas ant Hill Tuesday night Mrs Aetna Jarnagin visited her aunt Mrs Nancy Ann Taylor Sunday af ternoonMr Taylor wife and lit tle son visited Mr Cicero Taylor Tues day night Mr John H Raley and wlfo visited his parents last Saturday night and SundayBert Davis went to Beaver Dam on business Saturday Both for Protection and Revenue Tariff reformers insist that the pur pose of the existing Tariff is not revenue merely but Protection The Protectionists of course gladly con cede thisThe revisionists further say that the rates are much higher than any reasonable degree of Protection requires that the revenue produced is abnormally largeThey fall to demon strate however that cutting the rates to a mere revenue basis and eliminat ing the element of Protection would reduce the revenue It would be far more likely to increase it at Jeast so long as people could buy foreign made articles cheaper than similar ones pro duced in home factories Revision may be desirable tot sundry reasons when the proper time comes to make it but it is safe to predict that when it is undergone the principle of Protection will be kept in mind r PALO May GAs I have not seen anything in your paper from this part I ofthe county for some time I thought I would write a few lines Work on the railroad is getting nicelyr J T Lowe will leave right away fur Illinois where they will make their future home We had a stock law Vot dlnour precinct 2 years ago and come of our fIIt j I 111il I Fi 1i s vic T D RENFROW DENTISTAll work In his line executed by the most improved methods Crown and bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next door to Woerners shoe store Hart ford III WfSTMORflAND VETERINARY SURGEON- AND DENTIST Will be at Black Birk heads Livery Stable Hart ford May 20 to 25 People with diseased horses will do well to see him lelghbors have let their stock run at large some of the tlmo ever since Hogs mules cows and calves are now running at large from Palo to Rough Creek I think that the stock warden ought to attend to it and see that the law Is enforced Rev Godman filled his appointment- at Marvins Chapel Sunday- A large crowd attended quarterly meeting at Marvin Chapel Sunday Bonaparte May Leave Cabinet Washington May 7 Information comes from high sources that Attorney General Bonaparte is contem plating retirement from the cabinet It Is said that he is in bad health and that there are grate fears that he is on the verge of a iervous breakdown The Attorney General is greatly pleas ed with his position but fears that the strain under which he has been working is hinifExcursion Rates to Louisville and Return Convention tlleavetareplJsJ B WILLIAMS Agent 11 i 1t 1 fIi I i I f Jf = g jq rw iFi rl Y ell +t w t k tj r I i 1 t A JU M f fl f fcr HHm t to t i FAIflSI I t CLOTHING eie We want to invite every man in Ohio county to call at our Clothing Department and examine the best line of benchTailored Clothing ever brought to Hartford This means uptodate in style the very best workman ship None but the very best Cassimers and Worsteds in every garment Why pay 25 for a Suit when you can come direct to us and get a suitsame style hand 4tailoredfor only 1250 or 157 AT =tI= f 7 Ot1H H7HI Hartford FRIDAY MAY 10 I Illinois Contral Railroad Time TableINorth Bound No 183 due 407 a m Nol21dut ll31 Bin No 122dne12SOp in No 101 due 248 pm No 102 doe 243 pm No 181 due 040 p m i Visit City Restaurant Genuine CocaCola at City Restau rantIFairs stow old or carried over v 1 Mr E A Carter Matanzas called it to see us Monday e Largest and latest selection of Wash Goods are at Fairs t tt Nat Llndley Point Pleasant y called to see us Tuesday tr 1 Get your Meals and Lunches at City Best in town nBring us your Hens Eggs and Wool CARSON CO- t 1 City Restaurant serves most de d lightful Cream and Sherbet the City Restaurants Fish tip Red Snapper fine bones tt WANTED Boarders the day o- rftw MRS T M TAYLOR J Mr R L OBrien was guest Itofrelatives in Madlsonvllle last day a Keep files out Get your Screens of Hartford Mill Co They make all to sizes tf er re yviMr Richard Taylor Beaver Dam to see JIB yhlle In town Wednesday y r I 4 OUR BOYS AND YOUTHS CLOTHING In Boys Clothing our line cannot be beat We carry grades to suit all classes Our high class grades cannot be excelled Our cheaper Suits are the t best obtainable for the moneyt Visit us and let us fit your son in Style and rlThe Bargain Center a t t H t- OH17t1ut1ttH11Ht Republican new goodsnothing Mr Restaurant the Ice IsIsnt No by ek the Fri the quality Teddy Bear Belts for Children are at Fairs Rowe iCoudlt Matanzas called to see us Wednesday Mr W F Coffman Matanzas call ed to see us yesterday Rev J A Bennett No Creek call ed to seeus Wednesday Mr R M KuykendallfNarrows was a pleasant caller Tuesday t Mr Gif Maddox Rockport called to see us while In to vtt yesterday Mrs Emma Hudson moved to her new residence onChir street yester dayaAnything most you want in China or Glassware for 5c and lOc at Fairs Basement Mall your orders to the Hartford Bot tling works for all klifds of bottled soft drinks Mrs JS Leisure Washington neigh borhood called to see us while In town yesterday When in town call at Fairs Base ment and see the wobderful values for only 6c ahd Ibc I Mr Ai 1Y GpodInrtKpf Charleston Mo was the guest gfcfrjnds In Hart ford last Saturday and Sunday Retail price oh Flour very low Beat Patent X440 perbarrel Family Flour 300 HARTFoRDULL CO DrJ S Bean + platon was the LBAfter May 20 The Republican and Louisville Dally Herald will cost much more than 200 Send your order nowThe Har oto MU1 Cpvwants to sell youW any material 3pu need to build or repairtyour vhpusevRooflng very heapIpf rjft JJTP i 4- f 5 1 h YKrs ly aIMi L E Everly Matanzas was a pleasant caller yesterday Shingles and odd size Windows and Doors a specialty HARTFORD MILL CO Mr L B Loney McHenry was a pleasant caller while in town last Sat urday Mr Mark Renfrow Narrows made us a pleasant call while In town Tuesday Mr Urey Rowe McHenry made us a pleasant call while In town last Saturday We carry a complete assortment of Clothing Shirts and Dress Goods CARSON CO Dr and Mrs A S Ydwell were the guests of relatives In Owensboro the first of the week Mr Leslie Combs East Hartford paid our office a pleasant call while here Wednesday Miss Fannie Cox will leave for Lou isville next Monday to visit her sister Mrs R T Collins Sunday evening suppers at City Restaurant are the latest fad Everything uptodate Not a bargain counter but 20x40 basement full of 20c and 25c values for 5c and lOc at Fairs Mr F O Austin who has been seriously ill at his home at Beaver Dam Is slowly improving Dont forget the entertainment at the Court House next Tuesday night Miss Tobin will certainly please FOR SALEA scholarship in tile Hartford Business Institute Call on or address THE REPUBLICAN Dr E B Pendleton represented the local Maccabee lodge at the State Convention In Covington this week Mr R S Taylor and daughter Miss Neva of Taylortown were the guests of Judge W B Taylor last Saturday Mrs A P Taylor and children of Owensboro are the guests of Mrs Taylors parents Mr and Mrs W B RenderIThe Hartford Bottling Morks oper ated by Hoover Brostis now prepar ed to fill orders for Pop Ginger Ale and all kinds of soft drinks Why not bring your ChlckensEggs HamsFeathers and all kinds of good produce to Carson Co and get 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 Mr E R Griffin Hanson Ky and Miss Mattie Cassina Klrtlcy Kywere united In marriage at the court house In Hartford last Friday Judge W BI Taylor offclatlngIPay your subscription to The Re publican and assist your sister wife sweetheart or daughter to go to the Jamestown Exposition free See par ticulars elsewhere in these columns Mr and Mrs E E BIrkhead re turned Monday from a few clays vis It to relatives in Davless county Mr and Mrs BIrkhead attended a family reunion at the home of Mr Blrkheads father Sunday After a few days visit to her par ents Mr and Mrs R A Anderson and other relatives Mrs Luther Nor ris returned to her home Monday She was accompanied by her mother who will visit relatives in Owensboro for several days Pastor Gardner will fill his reguj lar appointments at the Baptist church here Saturday 730 p m and Sun day at 11 a m and 730 p m All members should be at the business meeting of the church Saturday night Everybody Is Invited Elder W B Wright filled his regu lar appointment at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening Bro Wright has accepted an Invita tion from Rough River lodge Knights of Pythias to deliver the memorial sermon the first Sunday In JuntfT Aldolphus Murphy of the Jingo neighborhood was taken Into custody Tuesday by Sheriff R B Martin on a warrant charging him with petit larceny It Is reported that he has admitted to taking a pair of pants from E P Barnes Bros at Beaver Dam On presentation before Judge W B Taylor Tuesday afternoon he was released on 100 bond for his ap pearance at the examining trial which Is set for Saturday Our own John Taylqr who is a Senior at the Louisville Training School has been winning fame bn the Diamond Last Saturday he pitched for his school team in a contest with the St Xavier College team ana won the game by hls clever work Sundays CourierJournal Baysof him in a writeup of the contest The pitching of J Taylor for the Cadets was remarkable there being fourteen strike outs to Ills credit John also stands at the head of his classes boydowni Mr Gilbert Skillman Owensboro called to see us while In town Mon day When In need of dental work of any kind call on Dr Renfrow over Baughns store Dr E A Carson Corbin Ky was the guest of relatives in Hartford the first of the week Mr W W Barnard of the West Hartford neighborhood called to see us last Saturday We want your Wool Will pay highest market price either cash or trade at Carson Co Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laundry 46tf The Boston Belles In Bloomers bright will bat the ball clear out of sight at the ball grounds at Hartford May 1S- FORt SALEA pair of good work mules and driving horses work anywhere THOMAS L MILLERMagan Master Marion Crowe son of Hon C M Crowe who has been very sick with double pneumonia is thought to be out of danger John M Shultz of the Arnold neighborhood Is entitled to the cake for early tobacco planting He has four acres already set rTonight the little folks will have a Mask Carnival at Rink Admission lOc Skating 25c Prize given to one most deserving costume For a new Belt late style Collar nice half Hose good Shirt uptodate Suit new lowcut Shoes call at Fairs Mens Furnishing Department We are Just In receipt of a nice lot of Oxfords and Southern Ties the W L Douglas kind All of the new styles and toes at Carson Co Ladles can attend the Boston Bloom er game without any fear of being of fended as nothing will be tolerated that would shock the most fastidious The admission to the entertainment to be given by the ladles of the New Methodist Church Society next Tuesday night will be 35c for reserved seats and 25c for general admission They play ball Last seasons record of the Boston Bloomer Girls Games played 175 won 9C lost 67 tie games 10 longest game was a 15 Inning con test at Denison Iowa In which neith er side scored The Ohio County Medical Society wlirhieet at Hartford next Wednesday the 15th at 10 a in Every member Is urged to be present Will meet promptly at the time given D E Westmoreland Veterinary Sur geon and Dentist of Owensboro will lie In Hartford one week May 20 to 25 Inclusive Headquarters while here at Black and Blrkheads livery barn Effie Coppage Memphis Tenn II1ss been the guest of her aunt rs R R Weddlngfor the past several weeks Is now paying a visit to relatives at Barretts Ferry She will leave for home In a few days lour correspondent front Arnold asks the Republicans cannot reach Arnold before Monday We answer that we do not know The papers are put In the office here promptly not later than eight oclock every Friday morning We call attention to the announcement of Judge D Baker Rhoads of Beaver Dam In another clumu as a candidate for Representative Judge Rhoads is a young man of splendid nblllty and equipment for the position He Is a good lawyer und at present Police Judge of Beaver Dam His quiet gentlemanly bearing makes him a general favorite with men of all classes He has always been a loyal Republican and ready to do his part to advance the cause Mr James H Thomas East Hart ford made us a pleasant call while in town Tuesday He informed us that he and Mr C M Taylor oftBeaver Dam will shortly begin the irectlon of ten dwelling houses on their lots In East Hartford addition This Is very much needed as it is Impossible for persons to rent homes here Scarcely a day passes that some one seeking a home in our town is not turned away because there are no houses to be had We hope others who own vacant lots will follow the example Pf Messrs Taylor and Thomt asA surprise dinner was given by the children of S P Ranney on April 24 1907 In honor of his 62 birthday Those present highly enjoyed the seventy pounds of fish presented by H J Ranney Those present were Mr and Mrs C C Martin and son Leo Mr and Mrs C U Ranney and I children Lee and Magdoline Mrs d Mate Torrence Mr and Mrs H J Ranney and daughter Ollie Mr and Mrs Archie Johnson and children c Flora Pauline and Delmas Mr and F Mrs V 0 Ranney and daughter v Hilda Hettye Ranney and Miss Georgia Austin All present report a nice v Lime t fv ONE PRESENT t 1k 0 t Messrs J C I1er E M Woodward J B Wilson and J T Sanderfur at tended the district meeting of the Knights of Pythias at Central City Monday At the school trustee election held at the College last Saturday W S Tinsley was elected receiving every vote cast an unusual distinction The Board met at the office of Chairman J S Glenn Saturday evening and fin ished the work of selecting teachers for the coming year Misses Lillian Monroe and MaUle Moseley and Mrs Julia Wedding were reelected to the positions they now hold The position which has been held by Mrs Lucy T Cooper for several years was given to Prof Alexander E Ellis Mrs Cooper did not apply for retention Prof Ellis is now visiting his sister In Colorado but It Is understood he will soon return to canvass for the school during the summer Tho BoarC if Education feels that a strong corps jf teachers will be In charge of Hart ford College The Ladles Social Club was enter tained by Mrs W S Tinsley and Misses Sophia and Carrie Woerner last Wednesday afternoon The entertain ment was given at the home of the Misses Woerners and was a very delightful one The parlors were beau tifully and tastefully decorated with cut flowers Seven games of progressive flinch were played after which there was a charming flower puzzle An elaborate lunch was served and beautiful pink carnations were the favors The guests of honor were Mrs Claude Smith Mrs Isaac Fos ter Mrs Will Newbolt Misses Margaret Nail Lillian Monroe Zella Nail Mary Smith and Lula Walker Other ladles present were Mesdames E B Pendleton R E Lee Slmmerman F L Felix W H Barnes J S Glenn E E BIrkhead S J Wedding It D Walker Rowan Holbrook George For man and Misses Mattie Sanderfur Let tie Marks Margaret Marks Ida Lewis Fannie Cox and Hattie Barnett- HERBERT May GRe R T Brunei filled his regular appointment at Panther Creek church Saturday and Sunday Mrs Mug Sublett Brunei1 Floral attended church here Saturday mid Sunday and visited friends Mr and Mrs Harden Morris Ensor are the guests of Mr and Mrs Amos SkinnerMiss Sallie Ford Is visiting her sis ter Mrs Edna Duncan at Phllpot Messrs Will Rolland and Herbert Haynes Misses Katie Charlotte and Amy Holland Carrie Swihart ami Pearl Bruner were the guests of RIM Miller Sunday Mrs Pucket Owensboro and Mrs John Jenkins and daughter Pellvlllf visited Mr and Mrs Grant Midkjff Saturday night and Sunday Mr Mort Moseley and son Byron Pellville attendd church here Sun lay Miss Hallie Miller goes to Owens boro tomorrow for a brief visit Mr Grant Pollard deputy sheriff has been in this community this week summoning jurors Mr William Miller Owensboro vis 1111daMessrs Emmet and Herbert Haynes visited their sister Mrs John Hell Thruston last week Mrs Oscar Rice Misses Pearl Bru ner and Margaret Chambers attended the wedding of Dr Cicero Rico and Miss Tone Baker at Blankford church Wednesday night We have a fine Sunday school Ve ry Interesting pieces were recited by Misses Mary Burdett and Gertrude Barnett last Sunday Mrs John Hinton and daughters am Emma Hinton Render are visiting relatives here- Farmers and Miners Committee Meet The standing committee of the miners and farmers met at McHenry recently and organized an association for the purpose of placing the products of the farmers to the consumer at first cost The following officers were dec ed President S A Reynolds Mc Henry Vice President C T Baird Heaver Dam Secretary S O Fogle I Prentis The association Is tOjbe known as the Industrial Cooperative I ssocltttlon of Ohio county The next melting will be held at McHenry 3rd Saturday In May at 1 p m CONCORD May 6 Farmers are very bus his part of the country planting cornI and working the roads j Sunday School Is progressing nlqely t Concord church Mr and Mrs Alex Howard spent Sunday at Mr Woodford Greer aBEAVER DAM May SMr Johnson of GreonTille y has succeeded Mr T J Morgan s Manager of the Cunberland Tele phone Company Miss Nell Austin is at home oniacT ount of the illness of her father Miv 0 Austin who Is not improving ery fastIrf t f Miss Dena Woodward spent Sunday j 11Mr g r ton of Williams Mines were in towns SundaytMr and Mrs T J Smith spent Tiier i day with the family oC L Wood ward I Miss Nettle Monroe of Rockport MondayMiss of 0vonsbara spent Sunday at home Miss Pearl Pate of McIIenry spent Sunday with her parents here Miss Allen of Battlestown Ky is1the guest of Mrand Mrs H L Leaclt this week Mr E P Barnes Is out again after a lingering Illness of several days Mr K V Williams is in LouiBMiner this week on business Mr 0 V Liles of Williams Mfh w spent Sunday in town with frleiHflfc Misses Anna Russell May Mimeo and Haden of Rockport spent Sunday In town The trustees of school have seieut ed a very deslnable lot for tMte new college building It is the UnaHfc Dick Stevens property adjoining tlisr r present school buildings and to this Mr Theo Sowders has donated two ncres of ground making a campus of over three acres The present buildings on the Stevens lot will be wrecked as moved at once as they nro advertised to be sold at public auction to the highest and best bidder next Saturday at 2 oclock p in the erection ot the new building will begin at one ARNOLD May SThe Local Union of A S of E met at Balzetown Tuewlayr night May 7 and held an Interesting meeting Iota new members wart IecelvedIJoe Cook wife multi little daughter of Hancock Butler county wore thc guests of Mack Cook and family 3nt urday night and Sunday Dr J A Duff was through our id cinlty last week to look over his lIOd poets for nomination as candidate for RepresentativeDr of Brooklyn Batlur county has rented property at AruoM and Is going to move in soon Why can not The Republican r act Arnold before Monday is the wmet tlon with all subscribers here Something must bf wrong The College Idea in Clothes The THAT is the most styllsfc cut BU1 WiAp vfr offered It makes the tailors jealous because Its a snappy styli tlt hey havent got onto 101 The cu shews one of the mummy FRAT syls WI Lrv for you to choose fr l- Ulls a lrII11 sad mediuiu lapel mind ir blue and black sages and worsteds in sizs to fit young man correctlyThe is hears the tailoring porfc iij s 1t dislnctly nuv and the pre 1Iily 100 Call and s t sal for yourself tumid youll npprtci the big value F D BAUGHNHartford BLOOMER GIRLS The Boston moon ers ladles champloi base ball club wW play a team froia Co H May 18 at the Ohio County Fair Grounds This will be a most In terestlng and exciting contest and Itls predicted that the Boston Bloomersr will have the largest attendance ever seen at a ball game iuvv this city The Bos ton Bloomers com whoknowperfect ladles In every respect ThisVlll be tho event of the season and shouldberuly Hovel attraction Admission 2- centsiGrtiud stand extra I M 1 d ltr TALK WILL t IllHURT PARTY 1 PickinfT Presidential Candi dates Now Foolish Dangerous for RepublicanCbance And All Should Unite on the Immediate Issue Augustus E Wilson the prominent Sly mentioned candidate for the Reput mean gubernatorial nomination recen ay wrote the following statement for the Herald The editorial in the Post proper puts me in the list of Republican who have declared themselves on the side of President Roosevelt if there Abe any occasion to nice sidesof which 1 am not convinced And the articl does Jiot say that I have declared for Judge Taft but that ninetenths of those named have done so earnestly indorse Judge Fulkner position that It can do no possible good rand may possibly do great harm to bring up the question of our choice for President or Senator thisjear or to cross the bridges of 1DOS before we come to them If the discussion ore Neither Question be taken up with an serious prposeit will result in stren uous differences which as far ak the have any effectendanger loss of vote to us when one of the parties might not be living next year and man other things could happen which would make the discussion and all its antagonisms incurred in vain This convention like all others Jias jurisdiction to commend Repub- licau administrations and officials but it has no cull nor power to bind the Republican party nor next years con vontlon nor the next Legislature This is no new political move In 1895 when the Republican State con vontion nominated Gov Bradley a resolution was prepared Indorsing me for Senator which would have passes without opposition at that time but 4t was my opinion then as now that the action would not be binding that ill might possibly lessen the efforts of the State ticket and on my inslstanc It was withheld We Kentuckians take politics so seri om ly in some ways and get so warn over souse matters not yet ready for a vote that either the favorite for Presl dent or Senator might excite heated discussion which might in time en clanger or hurt our chance in some legislative district and thus destro t the possibility of electing a Senator or what is even more important do lug any good in the Legislative work For the outset this year in all mj Jotters to and talks with fellow Re publicans I have earnestly advised against taking up the Presidential or senatorial questions this year and I make a most earnest appeal to all Republicans and all who wish a change in Kentucky conditions to give all our faith work and hope to tit battle for the State In November ant to resolve that there shall be no dl tvlsion or discussion that we can helj but that with all our might we wil work to relieve our own State of her weight of woe by smashing the organ rlzation which wrongs the people ant electing a State ticket and if we iposlbly can a Legislature pledg ed to a change for the better We can win both and make tin JiRqpubllcan party so useful to the State that it will deserve and wit good will of all the people Let in avoid all dissensions Let us cross the bridges of 1908 when we come tc thorn and lot us all for the present srostrlct the June convention to UK measures for which It is called and the proper approval of our Rvpublirau President though 1 have not seer any call or need front him for a vote Of confidence filch Is usual and prop oCr but of course not needed To attempt to force an exprcssloi on these questions now will hurt those for whom it IB attempted hurt Rppub- llcan chances for usufulnvHS In Kentucky tend to divide those now shoulder to shoulder chill the very exceptional condition of agreement which is so encouraging destroy every vpsiigu of hope of a Republicar Senator to succeed Senator McCreary mid tend to a frost for promatim Presidential booms How can we hope or de ervo the t confidence of tho State if we show lack of wisdom and selfcontrol and risk the loss of the State ticket the Legislature the Senator and electorin vote and above all risk the loss ol all hope of relief to the State from the present intolerable conditions h dissensions in 1907 ns to who shall be our choice for Senator when the choice cannot be made until 1908 and risk the loss of the elcclorial volt in 1908 in an absolutely stile dls ciisslou in 1907 tf our respoi lveprlv ute personal unofficial choice foi President when our personal favorite may bo dead or unavailable next year Loulsvile herald- Watterson on Roosevelt Mr Roosevelt has broken all the ref A rdB Tyler Fillmore Johnson tnt 4 I I Ari 1fireshimself seems Doing wrong things outright or good things In the wrong way backing and filling as the case requiresmakingI- ssue of veracity with tho proof against himcholeric in method cyn G ical in action by turns a daring tem porizer and a rash assailant a practical politician among tho most prac tical politicians a reformer among purists inconsistent as a conservative illogical as a radicalthere still exists iu the popular mind a fixed belief In his essential virtue In his good intentions his integrity and his courage His enemies would agree that if i you offered him a bribe he would badItimes denied but there 1s a man whoII gets credit for good and bad alike and i there is nothing so successful as suc cessYet nevertheless and notwithstand lng the President Is going to find Jordan a hard road to travel and In to the end If he is able to keep his party together an Issue from the fray drums beating and flag flying he will bet fortunate Indeed because he can no more divert the Republican party from its nature kill In It the reason of Us being than he can outBryan in ly the estimation of the Democrats Appendicitis Is due In a large measure to abuse of the bowels by employing drastic purgatives To avoid all danger use only Dr Kings New Life Pills theI al safe gentle cleansers and biliOUSInessstores 2oc m LOVEMAKING WAS- ENJOINED BY COURT Rejected Suitor Forbidden to Speak to His ExSveetheart She Passes by Des Moines May 3Cuplds ambitious have received a fearful jolt with the granting of an Injunction to pret ty Katherine Homanrestralnlng her former fiance James Paytona young business man from making further protestations of love to her Not only has the court frowned on Payton making love in the future to Miss Homan but Judge Howe before I whom an application for an injunc lion was heard personally warned j Payton against waiting for her on srteet corners speaking to her In public and otherwise annoying her in the manner she descrlhed Miss Homan and Payton were playmates i and were engaged for several years Finally Miss Homan decided to break the engagement and inform ed Payton to that effect But he refused to listen to this course and In uisted pn their old friendly relations of accompanying her home from work sleeting her at lunch hour and otherwise being as attenslve as a fiance shouldShortly after breaking the engagement Miss Homan met Payton while walking with another young man Payton knocked the young man down Miss Homan became desperate and appealed to the district court Pay ton declares that Miss Homan broke the engagement only because her parents objected to him and he characterized her recent action as a bluff He says she accepted a 250 j diamond ring since then He also Introduced a note in which he says she addressed him as Dear Jim and told him to cheer up as things would be brighter after a while I Thousands Have Kidney TroubleI and Dont Know Row To Find Oat Fllla bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a t jv sete an condt rk7unhealthy kid It stains your linen It Is JfjI evidence of kldIney trouble I 1 V 111 I HXVl frequent desire to pass It or pain In the back Is also convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRcotwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every partI of the urinary passage It corrects inability i to hold water and scalding pain In passing It or bad effects following use of liquor j wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often j during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you recd a medicine you should have the best 2Jby druggists In50candl sizes IYou may hive a sample bottle of this j discovery KW and a book that tells 10 I more about It both sent Itll f I absolutely free by mailNt SwampRooCo tion reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any aIlake but remember Ihe name Swamp Poot Dr Kilmers BinghamtonNY11 r KILL CHARTER OF OKLAHOMA IiControl President Would Refuse to Ap prove the Constitution and Ratification is Deferred Persons who have talked with Pres IdentRoosevelt in the last few days are strongly of the opinion that there will be 110 election In Oklahoma as for the ratification of theJ constitution recently adopted by the constitutional convention In addition to the socialistic and populistic features of the documentlt is understood that more recently it has come the attention of the President that one of the most flagrant gerrymanders ever attempted by a political par has been embodied in the consti tutlon by tho Democratic members ofIsthe convention Not only does It make it Impossible for the Republicans to elect a single member of the house of representatives out of the five to en1tt1ledpolitical dlstrlctsboth for the wulon and State elections in such way that it is impossible to change them except through a constitutional amendmentIn States it is only nee j iossary to have a legislative enact ment as conditions change and the population shifts or Increases In Oklahoma If the new constitution approved It will take all the IsIIon chinery and twothirds requirements that arc involved in a constitutional change j The President has been told that if the increase in the Republican ranks In Oklahoma in the next two decades should prove to be In the ratio of I20U to 1 Democrat there would be no opportunity iI of changing the Democratic complexion of the gorymandercd State which disregards the usual con slderatlons of population political j divisions or the outlines of Incrpo rated cities or towns While this fact alone might not be cited by the President as reasons sufficient for rejecting the new consti tutlon few doubt but that it will beI sufficient In the mind of the President for him to convey an Informal hint I that it will be useless for an election to be held to ratify such a docu ment as he will withhold his approval when it is formally brought to himWhile the President realizes that It would be contrary to precedent for him to formally pass upon the con stitution befpre it is acted upon by the people of the territory yet the President is bound but little by the fetters of precedent He prefers to use ordinary common sense This tells him that if he can discover In surmountable obstacles to acceptance of the constitution by him it is abso lutely useless if not nonsensical for the people of the territory to go ahead with the expense of holding an electionThe Democrats are making strong efforts to rfssure themselves the flue new members of the house and to haVe the new State legislature which they hope to see organized under the now constitution composed of a ma jority of men of that party Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching rising and bumpy skin bone vaiiisca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal bloodlisexpress 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially ad vised for chronic deepseated casesas It cures after all else falls 35tf Tribute To Harlan W H S WoodHowell Mich lawyer farmer former superintendent of tile State Reform School and Democrkc candidate for Congress some yens ago has sprung a new one He wants Justice John lilt Harlan of the United States supreme Court made President of the United States He writes the following letter to the Journal Editor of the Journal The greatest and grandest American whose braiii is the climax of strength sobriety and sense in these times of dementia spec tacula the purest and truest mini since Lincoln who towers far above all contemporaries the man whose opinions which havenot prevalledhave at once announced him the best conservative safestrman man who stands today for all that Amen cans have of pride in the past and all ir1w 1 1 f that Americans or the world have of hope In the future the man whq though past three score and ten Is just In the prime of his usefulness the man who though masked as a Republican is the greatest Democrat the man who can save thy country In present hour of peril aye great thJ man whose principles relat to great issues Roosevelt and Dry an have both In part adopted and which are so cosmopolitan and Amer- Ican alike that they could demand and command all of he followers of Jeffersonian ideals Jacksonian intensity I Lincolnlan Incorruptibility the man whom Cleveland could support Bryan would support and Roosevelt should support that man who is necessary today to save civil and constitutional liberty in America ants the world who should be nominated and elected next President in this hour of crisis by the unanimous voice of all wellinformed and rightthinking people in the United States regardless of past party affiliations I refer to tho greatest Judge since Marshall the truest constitutionalist since Webster the calmest refuge in all the stormy weather of the last decade the one pilot John M Harlan of the States Supreme Court W II S WOOD Howell Mitc- hMEASURING THE SUNS HEAT Apparatus So Large It Occu pies a Whole Building The instrument in the observatory Mount Whitney by which the va nations of the suns heat are measur ed might be called an electrical thermometer says the Reader It is an apparatus so large as to occupy a building of considerable size yet the- essential part of its mechanism which makes the record is a fine thread of latinum connected electrically with ballance of marvelous delicacy The beam of the balance Is a filament spun grass 5 inches long and less ofI diameter titan a hair in the of which isa concave mirror as big as a large pinhead This mirror which weighs 2 12 milligrammes about as much as the hind leg of a fly is fastened upon a square piece cut from a dragonflys wingand the whole affair is suspended front a fiber of spun quartz crystal 2 feet long and one fiver thousandth of an inch thick Outside of the building is a queer looking machine provided with a large circular mirror which is controlled by clockwork in such a way as to face the sun at all hours and to throw a reflected beam into the mouth of a great tube that enters the observatory A single ray of the sunshine thus conveyed Is permitted to fall upon the platinum thread through which a current of electricity continually passes It is well known that the elec trial resistance of platinum varies with its tempatures and so by meas uring the resistance of the thread the heat of a suns ray thrown upon it is determined So accurate in fact is the determination that a variation of one millionth of a degree Fahren heit can be distinguished Change in the temperature of the platinum thread cause the wonderful little balance to sway while another ray of light allowed to fall upon its liny concave mirror is reflected upon a measuring scale Thus as the dot of reflected light runs along the scale one may observe with the eye the var iations in the amount of heat conveyed by the sunbeam which comes through the tube from outside the building When desired howeverthe measuring scale is replaced by a slow lytraveling photographic film which makes a permanent record of the fuc tuatlons of the solar temperature convenient for printing filing and subse quent reference CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Boars the- ignattue of A Kiss no Good- A kiss given In settlement of a debt for 110 is not a legal satisfaction of the claim according to a decision rendered in the District Court of Nebras ka recently Mrs Boltz a reposesslng widow of mature years was sued by Nicholas Pries and the defendant admitted the loan was made a year ago When shy was ready to repay It according to her statement the plaintiff said to her 0 never mind about that Just give mea kiss and that will settle It The kiss was given she avers and she insists that she gave It in the belief and understanding that the debt was discharged She borrowed another 250 which she paid in cash The court decided 1 favor of th creditor suggestlcg that ho S OUd V ft V c jr f M 4 tJr J c me NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue nameOilCookStove I The different Oil Stove The improved Oil Stove Gives best results Reduces fuel ex ndIIflame at the of theYma- tch Blue Flame means the hottest flame produced by any stove The New Perfection will make your work lighter Will not over ht the kitchen Made in three sizes with one two and three burners Every stove war ranted If not at your dealers write to our nearest agency J The RYoLanip gives a clear steady light Madefwit latest improved bunv r brass 4throughout and ceautlfullynlckeled Everylampwarranted Suitable forlibrary diningroom parlor or bedroom If not at your dealers write to our nearest agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY Incorporated BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES T ue issued by a commercial a worthless at cheap school BBTTANT c BVBIXXSS tlucl compromise by returning the kiss To this however Mrs Boltz objects r i the Republicans of Ohio MubIlenber and Butler At a meeting of Seventh Sena tonal district held this day in pursuant to a call issued by M Ragland Chairman fo the Ohio county Executive i Committee A majority of said I committee being present personally or proxyAfter object of meeting having been stated by Chairman it was ordered that a Delegate Convention composed of delegates from the three counties aforesaid be held in Beaver Dam on June ISth 1907 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of nominating a can didate for Senator in the next General Assembly from this the Seventh Sen atorial District to be for at theI November election 1907 It was ordered that County Delegate Conventions be held to select dele gates to the Senatorial Convention and that said County Delegate Con ventions be held on Saturday June inth 1907 at 2 p m in each of the countseat towns of the three counties composing this Senatorial district- It was ordered that Precinct Mass Conventions be held to select delegates to the County Delegate Conventions and that said Precinct Mass Conven tions be held on Saturday June 8th 1907 at 2 p m standard time iu each voting precinct of each of the three counties It was ordered that the basis of representation In the Senatorial Convention be at one delegate for each one hundred 100 or fraction over fifty votes cast for the Republican electors at the Presidential election of 1904 It was ordered that the basis of rep resentation in the County Delegate Convention bo fixed at one delegate for each twentyfive 25 or fraction over twelve 12 votes cast for the Republican at the Presides tial election of 1904 M S RAGLAND Chnm- E P TAYLOR Sec Proxy S WOOD Dies of Affinity At a Stony Mountain in South Man heim township near Pottsville Pa Katie Werner aged 15 years died of congestion of the lungs the result of a cold Two days later her twin sister Sa die who up to her sisters lllnesb was In perfect health by the peculiar affinity existing between twins grew ill and died from a cause which can not be diagnosed by the local physicians 00 lllelt w J 7t jf In small cities and towns because 1 There Is not a sufficient population to su2 SSuGODDsareusuallyconducted by parsons who are NOT or who make It a practice to travel about and de fraud their patrons IJ 3 There are few if any opportunities for their graduates to secure employment In h such 4 The THOROUGH business colleges are located In thelarger cities and are con ducted by persons who are qualified 5 Tpegraduates ot business colleges In ortowns can not secure employ ment inlarge cities when thrown In competition with the THOROUGH graduates of highclass schools as business men have no 4 time page cataloE over school ir training some STRATTON experimentwithIncompetentsWEEKLY 1 the S voted electors ED fs COURIERJOURNAL AND THf HARTfORD fiEPIIULICM BotH One Year t FOR O- NLYi50 The Presidential election is approaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat and has always been The CourierJournal is going to lupport the ticket And there you have it- Send your order for this combination to usnot to the CourierJour nal The regular price of the weekly CourierJournal alone is 100 a year Cant Miss It So many ailments are purely nervous affections that you can it if you try Dr Miles Nervine It restores nerv throughits systemthe ed The heart action is better digestion improv ed the sluggish condition overcome and healthy ac tivity reestablished itsw11but got no rellet I could o- nearlycrazyeat wasn1ne I concluded to try It and let the M doctor go and I did so After takingtwo bottles I could dress myself ThenI began taking Dr Mlles Heart Cureand now ceivedOfrontatheseeremediesIandhave sov and re Itsincepretty good yet PaDrdruggist who your will guarantee that thebottle will If Itwilt refund your money falls hr 1 Mlles Medical Co Eikhart Irid 1 1 f 1- T J t r uNfrJNIT LAW s CONSTITUTIONAL Passed Upon by The Court o Appeals- LongExpectedOplnion Was Writ jten by Judge Hobson With Whole Cpurt Concurring The county unit law is constitu tional r This is the decision of the court of appeals In cases taken up from the Woodford circuit court The act In- WentireltylsI heldto be in conform rt with the spirit of the constitution al enactments on the subject of pro hlbUlon and to be In full force and effect In addition to holding the act con stitutional the appellate court con strues It In all of Its phrases and ef j fects This has been regarded as i probably the most ambiguous law re jj cently enactedby the legislature This Ctl l1da large extent be cured t y ilst ltiW lJlJWY the llate JUdgliHobson is as follows At the time the constitution was adopted prohibition prevailed in aI number of counties and towns of the state by virtue of special laws previ ously enacted by the legslature Sec tion 61 of the constitution which required the legislature to provide by general law for local option elections was careful to say that the previous localitiesTwere not repealed by that section Al those special statutes provided prohibition in the localities specified The purpose of the convention is shown by this action to have been not inimicable to local prohibition but rather in its favor Our construction Islu view of these conditions and the language used that the constitution meant that the local units named should control within their own territory the question of prohibition that each should have tho privilege of saying exclu sively that prohibition should prevail tfut not conclusively that it should not This construction harmonizes the section so as to allow all of it to stand and to give equal force and power to each unit named If a priclnct votes that prohibition shall prevail within Its territoryit is Y not competent for any other unit to gainsay the matter If however the precinct votes against prohibition that leaves the question so far as it Is concerned as it was before any vote was ever taken on It But if the town or city which includes the pre 1cinct in juestolon subsequently votes of prohibition the whole y town or city thereby becomes dry Or if the county subsequently votes dry the same result as to the county is attained But If the county or town votes wet and if the precinct has previously vote dry the precinct controls for itself i Thus each unit for Itself has the op tion of putting the prohibition law Into effect within its territory And no larger or smaller unit can prevent it This is the only construction of the section that occurs to us or that has been pointed out that will allow equal and uncontrolled power to ev- eryI one of the five units named in the sectionl opinionseconstitution is that the constitution meant to leave and did leaveto the legislature the details of the law to be enacted to carry the provision of the constitution Into effect In view of 1the changing conditions of the futureI the wisdom of the legislature could best determine when tho conditions arose as to how often and in what ro tatlon votes In the respective locali I ties might be taken on the subject It was therefore competent for tho legislature to provide by general law I ifor repealing or modifying the exist local laws continued in force by 1the constitutlonand to allow it to be done by the vote of such locality as the legislature saproper The reaC son no subsequent election in anyothcI er unit could change the result in the given unit was that the statute with held such effect Nor are we now de parting from anything actually decided in any previous case before this court x f The legislature has now for theI first time enacted a law in which it does give a controlling vote to a lo calityto each of the units named In the event it votes for prohibition f over other units mentioned which l may not have voted or may have voted previously against prohibition it The question is now raised and pre bented for decision for the first time I whether under section 61 Of the con x stitution It has the power to make such discrimination We answer that it has It has it because It is not dented to it by ttte constitutionbuton the contrary as there must otherwise be a conflict between some of the t 3tJIt t DOeTORSMISrKltBS Are said often to bo burled six feet under ground But many times women call on theyimagineheart disease another from liver or kid prosf themselvesand their easygoing or over whichhehis pills and In reall fro uterlnodiseaserouse of suffer nlf ps up treatment erlngpatientwrong treatment but pro Yin r m d In 1 k tlr PnT n1vnrY- rescr I on lrcct rP to v u ereIytoms and instituting comfort Instead of saidthatascientificphysicianandIt Is made of native American medicinal roots and Is perfectly harmlos I r ts i1IBJlHfCIJ1Asapowerful Invigorating tonic Favorite imparts strength to distinctly debilitatedqirishourkeepersnursiug Prescriptionisequaled as an appetizing cordial and ro storatlvo tonic nervInosub1qncmMii exhaustion nervous prostration neura la hysterht Vltuss dance and other distressing nervous uponlunetteuterus It Induces rorrc and relieve mentnl anxiety anil despondency oratotheI three t da ruby to take us candy unitsUnder certain conditions it Is by lnijHcation vested in the legisla ture to declare in such event which shall prevail DeWUlts Carbollzed Whllch Hazel Salve does not merely heal on the surface it penetrates the pores and promptly relieves pain caused by bolls burns scalds cuts and skin dis eases It is especially good for piles Beware of imitations Sold by all druggists m UP IN THE AIRIF0i THREE HOURS Then Lands in Farmers Corn field Eight Miles From i Starting Point A ballooon trip of almost three hours duration devoid of exciting ex periences or mishaps was made at St Louis last week by Aeronauts Alan R Hawley and Leo Stevens of Now York in the Orient the same balloon in which Mr Hawley made his trip alone to Carrollton Ills last Satur day The orient got a splendid start ris ing straight up until slowmoving northwestwardly air current was encountered I at an attitude or about 2 I 000 feet carrying the baloon slowly i over the city j The two aeronauts were vis elIbleIng out sand ballast in their efforts toI rise higher and set above the low hanging cloudsIFinally and late In the afternoon Mr IItelephonedcorn field about eight miles north west of St Louis He stated that after passing through the clouds tho warmth from the sun expanded the gas and the balloon reached an atltude of a nulls and three quartersshours the aeronauts decided to lund they realized that they were making no headwy In covering distance No damage was done to tho balloon InI landing The deflated balloon was aeIronaut8to Washington where he will ascend In a Government balloon and Mr Hawley went to Hot Springs Ark to meet a party of friends Anxious Adventurers Wed I After a courtship of several months I conducted entirely by mail Miss Theo dosia Jones of Fawn township near York Pa and John F Fryer of Allegheny i were married at the home of the bride Miss Jones is 52 years old and Fryer 47 Miss Jones had headIingAdvertised for a wife PITIFUL CONDITION OF MINERS AT STURGIS Depicted in an Oven Letter Pub j lashed in Farmers and Miners Advocate To those who do not understand I For more thanelghteen longmonths our fathers and hundreds of other fat ors who live In the beautiful city o Sturgls have been out on a strike During these long and trying months we have been living in hope of a bet ter day Our parents have cheered and comforted us by assuring us that some day wo can enjoy the pleasures of days gone by When we speak ofdays gone by we speak of happy days prior to September 27th 1905 Of the days when our fathers were working In peace ouwindowshis shining face beneath the western horizon and see the smiling counte nance of our fathers coming home to spend a few hours of the day with the ones they loved Coming hem happy In the thought that they had earned a fair wage for a fair days work During all these days of trials and hardship we have been wonder- Ing why the citizens and the officers of our country would allow us to be driven from our homes We have been looking with astonishment upon a seemingly consciousless and Indiffer ent public While It may seem strange litllIe filet yet we feel it our duty to le- the t world know that the great West Kentucky Coal Company Is hurting us as well as our fathers Before this great strike was declared our fathers were making plenty of money and we enoyed the fruits of their prosperity If we wanted a new hat a dress or any the luxuries of life we knew that papa could get them There was a time however still fresh In our mem ory when our fathers were not so prosperous There was a time When twe did not enjoy the blessings of pros perlty There was a time when the miners of our town lived In poverty and misery When the Coal Compan ies made us eke out a mere existence We though stilt in the tender years of Ilfecan well remember the days before our fathers Joined the miners union We have felt the pangs of poverty under nonunion conditions awe s have enjoyed the fruits of union labor And God in heaven knows that we do not want our fathers to forsake their union We do not want Mr Dutcher to drive us from our once happy homes we do not want him to drive us from the city that we love We have spent all our lives In dear old Union county We love and cher- Ish it with Its scenes of early child I hood We love the dear old hills and the enchanted woodlands that seem to hold us so lovingly and tenderly In their embrace We love the sacred spot where brother and sister are sleeping v But alas It seems that we must be driven from them all Wo have often heard Kentuckians praised for their chivalry bravery and Integrity but conCIUSjIon do not understand what we helpless girls have been compelled to under go since Mr Butcher came to drive us from Home Sweet Home You I can realize how our poor hearts ache when we look forward to the day when we must leave our homes for ver We pray God you may under before It Is too late and then we know that you will say to Mr Butcher You can not drive our slaughter from their homes you can no longer murder their parents You can no longer enslave the citizens of our county I SOPHIA SULLIVAN T3FF1E DILLS RUTH HINES OJEC2POX1X The Kind You Nato Always Bought I8lgaettue AotIMay Eventually Realize it I long for gentle springtime and breezes soft and speller I long to hear the bullfrog and listen to him better I long to see the daisies peep from the mossy glen I want to see mothrenhenupon my bait and stretch out in the sunshine on the creek bank while I 0000000000000000000600I The effect of malaria lasts along time You catch cold easily or become rundown 0because of the after effects of malaria tYg It builds new blood and tones up your nervous system o DRUGGISTS 50o O + oooooog 4 I r rI- tk rtt fytU + C 0 Y wait I long to see the red buds with scarlet banners hung and smell the fragrant bluebells while the rob picksweetfor the kids and help them In the sandbank make their caves and pyr amids I want to help them make a swing and see the youngsters climb and taste the Joy that harbingers the good old summer time 0 gentle Spring youre here by jlngwlth blossoms In your halrwlth budds and bees and budding trees and cacklingfnewborn calf fill us with cheer for Spring Is here Just hear the meadows laugh The old gray mare now sheds her hair and getILa taste of grass and mothers make their young ones take tea made from sarsafras The robins nest and go in quest of worms to feed their young and signs prevail that never frail when Spring has really sprung Hlllsboro News 1 Heres to your health and happi nessDeWItts Little Early Risers famous little pills Nasty sick head ache or biliousness may come on any time the cure Is an Early Riser Sold by all druggists m eSWHERE GYP WENT AND FOR WHAT Journeyed 124 Miles in a Week to See Her Pup piesIGyp an ISmonlhsold fox terrier i belonging to Harry C Fisher of Xo 030 East Seventh stteet south has distinguished herself again writes a Salt Lake City correspondent to the Boston Evening Globe While on a visit to Westonldaho with her master during tho last sum mer Gyp first attracted attention Mr Fisher stayed at a ranch owned by August Jensen One day by barking and yelping and Jumping In front of her maser she aroused his curiosity Tlils done she led him to a litter of little blinking puppies Gyps family dwindled down to two before ninny weeks had passed When Mr Fisher was ready to come home Gyp had been with liar little charges six weeks The time lint now come to say goodbye Gyp was brought to Salt Lake and her puppies were kept at the Jensen ranch About four weeks ago Mf FIsher missed Gyp Believing she had gone but a short distance he did not become worried until she had been away from home a whole day The Fisher family grieved over their loss think lug Gyp lad been stolen or killed A happy thought struck Mr Fisher two weeks ago He dropped a postcard to August Jensen Weston Ida ho and a few days later an answer was received Time message brought the startling Information that Gyp had reached the Jensen ranch ten days before Her arrival was the occasion of great rejoicing in time kennel read the noteiThe two pups and Gyp barked and rolled each other around great shape Ihl Gyp covered 121 miles In six or seen days to see her two bibles A Significant Prayer May the Lord help you make Buck lens Arnica Salve known to all writes J G Jenkins of Chapel Hill X C It quickly took the pain out of a felon for me and cured It In a wonderfully short time Best on earth for sores burns and wounds 2jc at all drug stores in How Sailers Read The Sky There Is probably no class that can tell more as to what tho weather will b from a glancco fit the sky than seafarers This Is the natural result of their constant observation of the heavens for the lack of something else to look at when at sea Thus the sky becomes to the mariner an open book which he reads by Instinct as docs n child the face of Its parent A navigator will tell you that a ro iy sunset presages fine weather a sickly looking greenish hue wind aid rain a dark or Indian red rain a red sky In the morning bad weath er or much wind perhaps rain a gray sky in tho mornlngflnb weather a high dawn wind a low sawn fair weather Remarkable clearness of atmosphere near the horizondlstinct otI Jects such as hlllsusually visible orIraised by refraction and what is callI ed a good iHaring day may be mentioned among signs of wet if not wind A landsman is much more ignorant I of the signs of the sky as he has so many other things to distract his attention that he seldom takes much notice of its different phases whichI foreshadow so clearly what may beI expected in the way of weather Then loo it doesnt matter so much to him as ho can readily find sheUerI from tho elements while the seafarer must combat them and his prepara I LIon for certain weather conditions tff III ten means saftoy to his skip hll11I hlmISenttle j 1 1 t- f I lf w W I AVfegetablePrepacalionrorAs slmilatingthcFoodandBeguIa ting Stomachs ofIj INFANISC HIDRLN tit i Promotes DigestionCheerrul ness neither OpiumMorphine norMineraLw NorNARc OTIC Aelord l1iftJIUZP1CIIER rte se sIIt 4 hi df- fCJbpnm Aperfccl Remedy forConslipa J mtrness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature or ff UdiM NEW Y0fKflyV EXACT COPY G7 WRAPPER i i CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Iiave- Aiway ghi Bears tfSignatureof In- Use ar For Over Thirty Year- sCASTO RIA nil OINTAUtI soMpANY NW 0111 CITY c I OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat L75 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN sail Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensborolnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaVeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN t 0Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profitsl2500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 mouths This Is your Bank Come In DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RoweBurch Felix Jim Poll Stevens ZWayne Griffin AA AAAA AA A A A AAAi5 1I1i5 111 1I1oc 0000 0 o 0 0 0N oJ h 2 b8TILLERSC iZandMistake by Visiting the Reliable g Well Kncwn Firm of it 3 WILLIAMS MILLSb49 i J9 For anything they needoh the farm They 49 handle Plows of all kinds und makes Disc = 14 Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and 41 walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and j Jj buggies for young folks anrmll folks o P = In Addition= We have the bet equipped shop in Ohio county i fitted with the Infpjf improyedmachineryand ap bit ijJj cannot at Everything at very moder iRate prices btCiR BEAVER DAMp KENTUCKY r 1 ROUSTER SHOT ON STEAMER EVANSVILLE I Taken to Marine Hospital Where it is Said His Wounds Are Not Fatal GStott- w Evansvllle Ind May through the right side and right arm Jblin Harris a negro roustabout on this steamer Evansville was taken to Marino hospital Saturday night when oho boat reached the local port Har rls was shot early Saturday morning aft Bowling Green Ky by another roustabout on the boat while he was unloading freight Joe Barber the man accused of doing the shooting escaped The two negroes became Involved In a quarrel while on the up trip from this city and when the boat reached Bowling Green Barber Is s said to have gone up town and pur s chased a revolver with which he later returned to the boat and shot liar viTiS At the hospital last night Harris vas not thought to be In a dangerous v condition v The Time is Short The opportunity to secure a yearly subscription to The Louisville Herald iUn connection with this paper at the unusually low price announced by us- w1l1 exlpre on May 20 The publishers of the Louisville Herald are notifying all subscription agents and newspaper a publishers that the price of their pape must be advanced after the 20th of May on account of the Increase in price of white paper and materials VVe would advise all who desire to tread u metropolitan newspaper in connection with the home paper dur ing the next year to take advantage of the combination price and to send orders to us at once- SMALLHOUS May 8Rev G H Lawrence Beav er Dam filled his regular appointment ut tho Itiiptisl church here Saturday vowing and Sunday at eleven His sermons were highly appreciated by those present Those who at + ended from a distance Sunday were Mr and Mrs T R Barnard and daughters Many and Ethel Livermore Mr and Mru Juke Igleheart Mrs Will Igle lioarv and Mrs David Iglehenrt Ma lanzuB Mr O W OverhultB Hartford and Miss Fannie Lawrence Beaver Damwho have been the guests of Miss Maud Calloway the past week Mrs Thorn wife of one of the rail road contractors was thrown from a horse Sunday and seriously hurt Mrs Mary Overtoil Taylor who died ii at her home near Hopvwell May 1st was brought to Equality the follow ing day for Interment After funeral Cervices by Rev Grant at the Baptist church her remains were laid toJestri by the side of her first husband In N what Is known as Aunt Nellies bury ing ground Mr Chester Overton Mr and Mrs Englar Mr and Mrs Henry Cum r mings Mr and Mrs Englar Jr and several others from near Hopewell at tended the funeral services of Mrs Wary Taylor ilrs Bettle Fulkerson returned Sun sflay from Central City Messrs S W Bilbro and Lon Car t + I j Li l f 5 4- r 1 + R3 r r AVOID ALIJM AN UNSEEN DANGFIt INfOOD TO GUARD SHIPS Against the unseen dtngotlttlltifc tbf United States Government maintains lighthouses To guard your home against the unseen dangers of food products the Govern ment has enacted a pure food law The law compels the manufacturers of baking powder to print the ingredients on the label of each can The Government has made the label your protection so that you can avoid alum read it carefully ifjtjdoc JnQl say pure cream of tartar hand it back aDdi dapplainyJ 1 ROYAL ISBYALIsirpure cream of tartar baling powder a purf product of grapes ak1s the digestion adds to the health fulness of food tr Matanzas attended Sunday school at the Smallhous Baptist church Sunday evening Mr Ross Morton and wife of Liver more after several days visit to Mr and Mrs Sam Morton have re turned to their home Miss Callie Bishop is quite sick Mr Jess Kirtley went to Island and returned Sunday Mrs J C Drake and sister Miss Ethel Hunter went to Central City Friday and returned Saturday They were the guests of Mrs Will Nichols at South Carrollton Friday night Mr Mack Ferguson South Carroll ton was in our midst Monday Master Walter WIthrow return ed to his home at Central City Sunday after a few weeks visit to his grandparents Mr and Mrs Dot FulkersonMiss Fulkerson is the guest of her sister Mrs T L WIthrow Central City Mr S L Fulkerson Rockport is teaching a singing school at Equal ity J Buford Magisterial District Con vention- On Sunday afternoon May 19 at 2 p m at Barnetts Creek Baptist church there will be a convention of Sunday school workers for the purpose of or ganizing the work of the district which Is composed of Beda Buford Bartletts and Heflln voting precincts It Is requested that every school In this boundary be represented at this time and place The purpose of said or anlzatiou Is to study methods and plans for the betterment of Sunday school work There will be several talks explaining the work with a free discussion of the needs of the work and election of officers Everybody Invited The officers and teachers especially urged to be llrl sentIE W FORD Remember the Ohio School Convention will meet In the Methodist church Hartford June 61 and 7 Arrange to come MATANZAS- May SE L Austin of Parkersburg Va was In our vicinity a few days last week taking leases on lands tor gas and oil He secured about 3 GOO acres and will begin boring for soonMrs Bertha Armstrong of Ft Wort1 Tex arrived here last Thursday to spend sometime visiting her sister Mrs S M Everly and other relatives This Is her first visit here since she went to Texas thirty years ago Mrs C E Smith of Hartford spent Il few days here last week with her mother Mrs W P Render Mrs R B Lowe of Bowling Green Islted relatives here last wpok J P Tlchenor und wife visited relj atlves at Beaver Dam last Monday an Tuesday D J Wilcox and wife of Rockport rire the guests of W A Brown and family this week Mrs Nannie Everley is on the sick list this week Mrs J A Tichenor of Beaver Dam visited hero last week Several from this place attended court at Hartford this week D ilr R1l Brit Tlw Kiwi Yw Haw WwnBaiieht 01Yd I BAKINGI PREACHER BECOMES CRAZY IN THE PULPIT Evangelist Calls Down Wrath of Deity on People of Albion Michigan Albion Mich May 7Crazed by the thought that no sinner wished to be prayed for after he had made an earnest appeal at the close of his ser mon last night Rev Dan Shannon evangelist caused consternation In the First Baptist church by calling down the wrath of God upon the wicked city of Albion This wds fol lowed by call for those who wished to be prayed for to stand up No one responded and Shannon collapsed He dismissed the audience muttering and after death the judgement over and over again The evangelist was taken to the depot and sent to his home at Stanwood Mich- RENDER May 7John Haskins went to Mor gantown last Wednesday- Ed Hurt of Beaver Dam and J T Crecellus of Louisville and Marlow Stevens of Centertown were here last WednesdayG and family went to Centertown last Thursday Thos Barrass of Taylor Mines and H T Vance of Louisville were here last Thursday- C M Baggerly of Louisville and George Burr of Hawesvllle were here last Friday CleatonIa Mrs L Francis was In Louisville on business Friday and Saturday James Kelley of Greenville and Otha Miller of Taylor Mines were here Saturday Mrs Dorothy Barrass and sonNIch olas of Taylor Mines were here Sun dayE S Reid was In Beaver Dam Sun daySimon Jones went to Louisville Sun day to attend the races Dave Allen of Beaver Dam wins here yesterday Mrs P L Neighbors of Central City was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs L Francis yesterday ant today W A Penick of Louisville and Sa lem Baker of Taylor Mlneswere hero todayMiss Lucy James went to Central City today to spend a few days Rev N C Robinson and family have moved from here to Williams MinesDr Innes and Mrs Sam Flllmore tare on the sick list The mined here are working full swing lost only four runs last month So let prosperity continue Real EstateTransfers Julia Mitchell and others to Margaret D Taylor 130 acres near Hartford consideration 500 Clay Taylor to Green River Coal Mining Co all coal under 424 acre farm near Rochester consideration 3392 Annie Hocker to E T Williams In terest In lot In town of Hartford onslderaion 50 L W Hocker and others to ETr- tF r 4 1 1 y J 1rIT1 ptt AVllilams interest to lot In Hartford c nsl etfiUoppQ I It M and others to X Benson 40 hcr son peaverDatn hd Rochester road consideration 9I Stella Ward to F L Fellxjnterei t In 37 h acres on Rough River co consideration 100 Henry J Elmqre to Kato Sander house and lot In Fordaville consideration 350 TC Dennis to M M TatelO acres of the James MaddojClavrid consideration 40I0 R Carson to Ola Porter 104 acres on Lewis creek consideration 500 1 Nancy Mary Smith to L R Patton 48 acres known as the J W Behler land consideration 75 H T Porter to H T Drake 110 acres on Muddy and Indian Cam Creek consideration 1100 A D Stewart to H L Westerfield 64 acres on Barnetts Creek consider ation 325 J C Bennett to T H Taylor 138 acre farm near Matanzas consider tion 2500 Joseph Sinnett to W C Obenchafn 40 acres on Pond Run consideration 264 Alverda Brown to W P Her two lots in Rockport consideration 600 James Cook to William Cook 100 acres on Indian Camp Creek con sideration 425 G B Maddox to R L Brown 48 acres on Pond Run consideration 550Trustees of Hartford to James F Collins lot in cemetery consideration 15 S H Smith to B T Miller 2 acres on Lewis Creek consideration 20 Strayed One dark red cow dehorned star in forehead about five years old and marked split in right and under slope In left ear Liberal reward for any information leading to her recovery MRS NICHOLAS BARRASS Taylor Mines Ky Call for Republican Convention The Ohio County Republican Exec utive Committee met at the Court House in Hartford persuant to call ot the chairman Saturday April 27 at 1 p m The committee was called to order by Chairman Ragland and- a roll call by the Secretary showed a quorum present either in person or by proxy After the objects of the peel ing had been stated by the chairman on motion it was ordered that a mass convention of the Republican electors of Ohio county be held at the Court House in Hartford June 15 at 130- p m standard time to select dele gates and Alternates to attend the Republican State Convention to beheld in the city of Louisville June 19th 1907 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Governor and other State officers to be voted for at the November election 1907 This is to conform to the call Issued by the State Central Committee and under which the county will be entitled to 31 fOn further ordered that a delegated convention be held at the court house in Hartford on June 15 1907 at 2 oclock p m stan dard time for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Representative in the next General Assembly from this the 26th district to be voted for at the November election 1907 It was ordered that mass conventions- be held in each voting precinct at the polling place Saturday June 8 1907 at 2 oclock p m standard time for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the county convention June 15 1907 The basis of representation shall be one delegate for each twen tyfive or fraction over twelve votes cast for Judge W B Taylor in the county election at November election 1905 Upon the above basis the various precincts will be entitled to the following representation E Hartford 7 W Hartford 7 Beda 5 Sulphur Springs 6 Magan 3 Cromwell 5Cool Springs 3 North Rockport 4 South Rockport 3 Select 4 Horse Branch 5 Rosin 8 East Beaver Dam 3 West leaver Dam 6 McHenry 5Centertown G Smallhous 2 East Fordsville 6 West Fordsville 5 Aetnaville 2Shrevo a Olaton 3 Buford 2 Bartlett 4Hef lin 2 Ceralvo 2 Point Pleasant 2 Narrows 3 Ralph 3 Prentls 2 Herbert 1 Arnold 3 Render 4 Total 129 ne cessary to choice 65 M S RAGLAND Chmn- J M DeWEESE Sec For Sale A new cottage on Smith street East Hartford addition Just erected with four rooms Cheap for cash or on easy terms Apply to- BARNETT SMITH JAMES C BENNETT P 0 Box 125 Hartford Ky LICENSE- DlUCTIONEER Will sell any and all kinds of property in Ohio county Terms reason bleYour patronage solicited r 1 c r1M1 S h 4 I 4 2 7 2iiZ x i1 C L E P BarriesOs r C t Pl LA r T BrOS4IJ J p J j J J i i 1 I 1P 1IIr i t f t 1 4 Li4MOl- SSnOffFOR rnjrEs A NEST FITTING SHOE Will atone for many grievous errors in the rest of a womans 1 makeup The Spring Styles in Ladies Misses and Chil drens Oxfords are charming Many of our Ao y custPJPol have said time and again Ifyou get the Shoe you want i 100 MOmOME TO THIS STORE Every style every je her and every price represented int our mammoth stock ofiShoes tC Oxfords for the whole family O- r 0 tt0- n 5H0 fOft IILN are constantly vorn by our leading citi zens who long ago demonstrated that S theywere unsurpassed for service andcomfort 1 We are showing a full S stockof King Qual A qty Oxfords that ag uali notasnas meet every requirement of Style Fit Finish Comfort and DurabilityAlways give perfect satisfaction BEAVER DAM FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPO SITION TO BE GIVEN BY THIS PAPER TO TWO MOST POPULAR YOUNG LADIES IN OHIO CO ONE NORTH AD ONE SOUTH OF ROUGH RIVER i Question to be Settled By Ballot Under Rules s Similar to Our Mammoth Cave Trip Last Year fLast 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 thaj the young ladles should have a chance So we have determined to send free of any cost whatever the most popular young lady in Ohio county residing North of Rough river and one residing South of the river to the Jamestown Exposition We do not desire to invite any trouble on the age question and hence make no limit Any lady who may consider herself young enough to make the trip may enter the contest The contest will close Saturday August 31 at 5 oclock p m The trip will be made sometime in the month of September and tho two successful ladles will be accompanied to JnmestownbyJone of the editors of this paper and his wife Every item expense bythis 7 CONDITIONS OF CONTESTtEvery dollar paid in subscriptions to The Republican whether arrears or I l adyance will entitle the person making such payment to 100 votes andIf they will be recorded for any one of the candidates as directed Amountsi AnYnonecounty regardless ot the voters residence a rJpedItwhosenished to any one on application The C fDooksSelect your candidate and arrange to aid her in every possible waYnle at iI DlNOTFREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION k This Ballot Will Count 5 Votes forCci mlMWhen properly filled out and returned to The Republican office tri by mail or otherwise on or before expiration of date shown aboveatII i II ill 0 1 J ti I 0 xf v rrv raw M