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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i J h1 4 jtartfin4 ThpubIicaiC jencernent Edition DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Twelve Pages XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 24 1907 No 45 q Y EIEMENT 1IANTSUCGE8S i J Furnish Week of Solid Enjoyment Urght Speeches Mowers reify School GlrlsAli Abundant Evidence i 1 eople of Hartford and vicinity joyed a series of rare treats the week from the closing ex 9 f of Hartford College which hav above tho average in literary the elgatwasgoad vi fl A M lat Sunday the exer s were Inaugurated wllh the de ry cf the baccalaureate sermon at irt Hall by Rev J A Lewis of Methodist church The text was h the 8th Psalm 4 and 5 verses hat Is man that Thou art mindful him Etc The discourse was most ropriate throughout and held the se attention of the large audience I i Lewis contrasted man In his phys 1 make up with thq other animals 1 then commenting In a beautiful nner upon his spiritual attributes closed by exhorting the graduates- t launching out upon lifes eeas to the alone to maintain indlvlduall I to act and think for themselves tie sermon was full tf good thought was appreciated nil those who 4d it as well as by the graduates DECLAMATORY CONTEST Tuesday night the large hall was acked with an expectant throng to ear recitations from those competing l the gold medal offered by the pool board The Legend of the Organ Builder y Miss Nora L Wedding was well endered and her work deserves the Ighest praise Preparing for a Inner Party by Miss Elsie Matthews called fourth round of applause and laughter as she depicted true to life her selection which was the only one with mirthful side Miss Matthews portrnyel of the several char ncters which entered Into her pelce A vocal duet by Misses Hettie Riley was the next number on the pro PROF L N GRAY Igram The Arena Scene declaimed by Miss Eliza Keown was another splendidly presented piece Lasca by Mr Evans Calais was presented In perfect style A vo cal solo by Miss Florence Jones call ed forth an encore from the audl ence Miss Hattie Glenn rendered Tho Diver in an able manner which Indicated much care in training 4The fight with the Aurochs by Miss Mary Elizabeth Marks was well rendered and deserves special praise K R quartet composed of ftjfssrs R D Walker Z W Griffin E E BIrkhead and Dr J R PIrtle captured the audience with their de lightful singing and were encored s v- ernl times The Much of the constitu times The March of tho Constitution by Mr Otis Wallace showed talent and was one of the hist deliveredselections The enter Jtrent Flosed with a solo by MisS a L The Judges were Profs Griffith Mc rocklth dzna Shultz and Owen Hun erThey had a very difficult task to award the medal where all had ac 11tt themselves EO wfllh They voted the pr1ZC to Mr Evans Calais of Seardcauac Bridge jLa and il wa presented in a neat and appropriate ress yprE B i endleon pi half the oRATORICALCONTEST- Wedncsday 4 evening 4ho friends oft 1 or- t r the school were well paid for their attendance at the exerclscs in con nection with the prize contest In ora tory The exercises opened with an In strumental uetby Misses Pearl Thomas and Mary Keowfi Mr Roy C Bennett spoke on Mans Con quest of Nature and his effort was well received The thought deserves special mention Miss Florence Jones sang a beautiful solo Times Mutations was the sub ject of a fine address well presented by Miss Lillian Patterson The K P quartet sang several se lections In response to encores Great Battles by Roy Heavrin furnished ground for a well written and well delivered speech Miss Hattie Barnett sang a solo and responded to an encore THe Influence of a Thought was the subject selected by Miss Sadie Henry Her thought diction and de livery were almost faultless Miss Ara Gardner favored theYaudl ence with a solo which was well ren deredMr Otto Martin spqke upon Our National Resources His effort both in literary merit arid delivery was good While the Judges Hon H P Tay PROF A E ELLIS Elected to teach Seventh and Eighth Grades next season t lay Rev J A Lewis and Prof Mar vin clack were out making up their verdict the K P quartet again sang to the delight of everybody several songsThe decision of the Judges was in favor of Miss Sadie Henry of Hopkins county and the beautiful gold metal was presented to her by Mon C M Crowe of the School Board in a few well chosen words- GRADUATING EXERCISES The Court Hall was packed with friends of the school and the gradu ating class last night to witness the exercises attending the interesting event There were eight who receiv ed Diplomas including Dr E W Pat terson who was granted one by tho School Board upon showing made that he had completed the necessary stud ies Following is the list with sub jects upon which they spoke Mr Harry N Bennett The Privilege of Service Miss Iva Taylor The Pow er of Decision Mr Chas R Bennett Our Inheritance Miss Mary G Keown The Art Eternal Mr John W Marks The Need of the Hour Beans Orchestra furnished the musicThe Speekers were all happy In delivery of their addresses and evi denced abilities of a high order The Diplomas were presented by Judge J S Glenn with a short address in his usual pleasing style The most beau tiful flowers were showered upon all the speakers at each entertainment ALUMNI SESSION Tonight the following program will be carrlud out at the Alumni reception Welcome the Alumni exclaim ed welcome to the graduates Mrs Fannie Berry Music Response Shall we not rejoice in the Joy of your welcome Mr Charles R Bon nett Music Recitation Mrs Robert Walker Music A thousand cheerful omens give hope of yet happier days Mr Will Taylor Music Remarks by Prof L N Gray President of Hart ford College This will close one of the most suc cessful Commencements in the his tory of the school Seven Hills Chautauqua Illinois Central Railroad will sell tickets to Owensboro Ky and return faressfor round trip on July 14th to July 20th inclusive Return limit August J 16 1907 Cheaper rates in effect on certain days For particulars call on rJE Williams Agent T rJ Vy 7 HARTFORD COLLEGE PAST AND FUTURE A Power in the Cause of Ed ucation From Beginning Roster Shows Strong Increase in Nonresident StudentsNew Buildings Required Soon In the fall of 1880 Hartford College was dedicated to the cause of educa tion with Dr Wayland Alexander as Its first President Under his wise leadership supported by a faculty of strong teachers It took rank at onco among the leading Institutions of Western Kentucky and from that day until this it has yielded a powerful Influence in the cause to which it was dedicated During the many years of Dr Alexanders connection with this institution it steadily increased in at tendance extended Its reputation and influence and evidenced the field of its usefulness Dr Alexander was sue in turn was succeded by Prof Buch inturn was succeded by Prof Buch annon and Prof J P Hicks These three educators did good work but did not remain long enough to es tablish and carry out their respective policies For the next seven years the Col lege was under the able management of Prof T J Morton who was fol lowed by Prof O 11 Shultz Pro fessors Morton and Shultz were associated together in the College for many years and under their skillful management and excellent instruction Hartford College enjoyed a period of great prosperity The next and present head of the college Is Prof L N Gray who has Just closed his third years work The continued growth and the present prosperity of this school Prof Gray attributes to wise counsel and the loyal support of an efficient board of education to the valuable services of his estimable wife who Is VicePres ident to the efforts of an earnest corps of teachers and to the encour agement Hnd hearty support of friends and patrons Toall these he is pro foundly grateful The statistics of attendance of for mer years not being at hand we give the statistics of the last three years only The total enrollment in all departments was as follows for the year 1904olhe enrollment was 266 of which number 69 were nonresidents for 19056 it was 305 of which number 75 wero nonresidents for 19067 it was 332 of which number 106 were nonresidents At the present rate of increase it will be but few years until another building will be required This rapid increase necessitated the employment of one more regular teacher In the lower grades and the em ployment at Christmas of an addition al teacher in the Collegiate Depart mentThe present policy of tho school is to increase the number of nonresident students and to employ another strong mid experienced teacher of University training to assist in the Colleglao de partment With such a teacher in this department it will be possible to widen and deepen the course of study to increase the amount of time given to general supervision of all departments to supply more fully the wants and needs of students and to make the Instruction and training offered by Hartford College second to none Old students and the friends of the College alp earnestly requested to Join with the President and faculty in putting forth every effort to so in crease the enrollment for another year that when school opens in September an additional teacher of learning and experience will stand ready to welcome a great number of new stu dents It is the policy of the school to expect and require thorough and ef ficient work In every department from the Primary up to raise still higher the standard of promotion to train children to accuracy of thought and expression and to give to them a1 wide range of valuable reading and Useful information along the line of biography travel literature history geography and nature stint In order that they may have a foundation to build upon when they reach the Col legiate department It is the policy to thoroughly equip every department with maps globes charts anda11other material and t supplies necessary to thorough and I uptodate teaching to thoroughly I 1 c- lJF i 1 a c equip the science laboratories and to add many new books to the library Much has already been done along these lines but much remains yet to be done During the past year a large amount of Chemical aparatus and supplies were purchased and many new maps globes charts and other Is on hand about 125 of the library Is an hand about 125 of the library fundwhich will be exended for books during the summer With a large and brilliant record of more thjin a quarter of a century be hind it with an alumni association that numbers among it members hun dreds of distinguished men In all pro fessions trades and callings with an array of successful teachers who have gone outfrom its walls to speak word- of praise behalf with n strong faculty backed by an excellent Board of Education and loyal patrons tho future of Hartford College Is radiant with tho possibilities of still greater achievements JMISS LILLIAN MONROE Teacher Fifth and Sixth Grades 0 Students Deserving Honorable Mention- The catalogue specifies that every student of the Collglate department whose average grade for tho scholas tic year does not fall below Iii shall be awarded first distinction while every student whose average grade is 90 or above shall be awarded second distinction Accordingly the follow- Ing named students were publicallj announced on last nights program as having won these honors grades who won first distinction J W Marks who obtained the highest grade of all won the honors of his class and grad voted with the degree of A B Hary Bennett and John Bennett Eleventh grade Roy Bennett who won the J II Williams prizo dictionary and Raymer TInsley Tenth grade Sad Henry and Mary Marks both of whom received second distinction 4 DentonWright Mr and Mrs H C Wright of Magan have announced the coming marriage oftheir daughter Miss Verti Mea to Dr Irving Denton which will take place at an early date Miss Wright is a beautiful and accomplished lady and has been a successful teacher In the public schools of the county for the past few years Dr Denton Is a prominent young physician SpeclC Excursion From Clarksville Tenn and Morgan field Kyto Louisville Ky 6 June 3rd atj7 p m Rata 175 round- trip frpmvBefcverDam J E WILLIAMS Agent 1 WHITESVILLE WANTS GRADED SCHOOL Petition Filed With County Gourt Asking That School Be Established A petition has been filed in the county court asking for the establishment of a graded school at Whites ville A special tax of fifty cents on each 100 worth of property and a poll tux of 150 Is to be levied The boun dary embraces cnil or nearly all of andsparts of No 31 and No 101 The per tition has been approved by a majority of the trustees of all tho districts concerned std also by the county su perintendent No part of the new dis I trict is more than two and one half miles from the site in Whltesville of the new school The petition is signed by 100 cPI zens of the now district Some time ago a subscription was started for the purpose of raising funds to build a new school house and salsfactory prngress has been made It Is the Intention of the people of tho district to have an uxc llen i school Owensboro Inquirer Remarkable Attendance at Hart I ford College The following pupils and students huvo neither been absent nor tardy luring the nine months of school Just closed In the Coil gelate Department Charles Ross Bennett Harry Bennett ForeII Violet Seibert Flora Taylor Bessie Hudson Grammar department Beat rice Haynes Nettle Gillespie Primary department Nellie Tweddell Randal Watterson James Glenn Berry Dudley Walker IlIRS JULIA WEDDING Teacher Third and Fourth Grades I I BarnesSublet- Mr E P Barnes of the firm of JE P Barnes Bros Beaver Dam land Miss A Deo Sublett of Ballard I county were married at the hole in Nortonville Tuesday noon ReV W B Wright officiating IMiss Bessie Barnes Beaver Dam and Mrs J Leslie Leach Central attendednthe wedding Thecouplel eft at once for FrenchI Lick Springs where they will spend 0 a few days returning to Bauer Dam next Wednesday The bride has been eng ted In school work at Norton vi lie the past I year She was for four years Superintendent of Public Schools of Ball ard county and was formerly a real dent of Beaver Dam where she was connected with newspaper work She numbers her friends by acquaintances which are many as she hak been in public work for several years The groom is well known through out the State as an excellent business man He Is the senior member 01 the firms E P Barnes Bros Beaver Dam and Barnes Mercantile Co Central City He ones conslderabb real etsate at Beaver Dam The residents of Central City am Beaver Dam gladly welcome Mrs Barnes In their midst X Y The Republican joins their many friends in extending hearty gooc wishes MISS MATTIE MOSELEV Teacher Primary Department First and Second Grades The Ball Game The game of baseball between r nine representing Co H State Guard and the Boston Bloomer girls cam off on schedule lime at the Fuji grounds last Saturday affonioonan was thoroughly enjoyed by a crow of GOO people The Bloomer girls arrived on a handsome steam boat Sat urday morning from Calhoun They carried a complete outfit necessary to arrange the grounds with grant sand seats etc with loanvs to hau UtiITire boys of Co II gave an oxhll ition drill for a short time before th game which leas called promptly n 230 by umpire U G Ragland Th girls went to the bat first and whil the boys were rattled by the uuusuti conditions which confronted themthe landed four scores The boys shu them out In all the other innings air made two scores making the gam stand 4 to 2 in favor of the girls I The game was well conducted an was thoroughly enjoyed by those prei mt The Bloomers can play ball an attended strictly to their bulsncs While our boys went down in defea they put up u splendid fight excer In the first half and took their coed iclno the better because It was administered by fair hands The steamer left for Rochester Sui day morning where the girls wei billed to play Monday Subscribe for THE REPUBLICANS z i i Zx 4 f r a fitt 0 to j l fI 1 iiif l fo t tf i jr r ct rI1r ri y t itrtt K6 IrT IL + oor oor III e J OHIO COUNTY SUPPLY CO 4 Jf Xli INCP POR TEd i t HARTFORD 1 KENTUCKYt t Hardware Machinery and All Kinds of Farming Implements c to all of B 3 w io J ALWAYS NEWSPAPERS I President Does not Depend on Clippings Selected i For President Roosevelt reads a greater number of dally newspapers at present than1 he was ever known to read before and he doesnt confine his scrutiny of them to the editorial columns either as may be generally believed He scans their news columns with more avidity than their editorial pa gos The old diatom of some member of his office force clipping from the daily prints merely such articles as in the of the clipper the may desire to read has been abolished at least and now every Icper whole is laid before him immediately upon its delivery to the White House The PrfHldent begins his reading of the newspapers on rising and keeps at It steadily until he goes from his breakfast table to the executive offs eta with of course only such Inter vale as may be necessary while dres ing and The WuHhlngton morning papers are the fiat that reach him Then come those from Baltimore and later the and Now York papers 11n hurriedly scans their headlines g g through only such news at idles ps iiiiy merest him Then he turns- t the Editorial pages and devours sucl of the ni ntftl pabulum there offered tv may esrike his fancy LVti r ichfng his desk to bugn the iluys woilc ho takes up In detail articles which have attracted his aeii tion earlier In the day and goes through them carefully A caller who a ref w days ago was admllUeed to the pres idents inner office states that the newspaper articles which seemed to appeal with most Interest to Mr Roose velt are those dealing with his latest discussions of the railroad question Herald A Possibility Since Gertie Millar got next to read ing matter in the London papers of dM We carry a complete line ol Buggies and Sur reys When you bUYa you do not wantb to make a in material and workmanship We handle only the makes and can there fore recommend all ourtve hickles Can make prices suit customers her suit over the misuse of her on post cards other have been the same little game Edna May was quite pet rified dont ye know when she got back to dear to find star Ing at her from shop the of a young per son sitting on a rock by the on my But this verdict me I do not see what there is to iny head being stuck on the top of a statue of the Venus of Milo That really would be What has the Venus ever done C ABeare You Have Always Bought tIOf Make Blood All the blood in your body passes your once every three minutes ter out the waste or In the blood If they are sick or out of order they fall to do their work Pains aches and rheu matism come from ex cess of uric acid In the blood due to lomy UUUUIC they had heart trouble because the heart Is In thick blood veins and arteries- It used to be that only urinary all diseases have their begin ning In kidney trouble If you are sick you can make no mistake by first your The mild i soon realized It stands the highest for Its cures of the most cases and Is sold on Its merits ftvtf by all In fifty N cent and siz es You may have a out If have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmar Co N Y Roofing Cultivators Hairowand SeedsrtWe handle the following well Wagons loot Owensboro Deering and Milwaukee Harvesting Machinery READS- THE HimI Judgment president temporarily breakfasting Philadelphia Washington buggy mistake best contended photographs actresses working olLonnon windows photograph dreadful seashore pulling stockings frightens prevent shocking sTORI thoct OverWork Veakens Your Unhealthy Kidneys Impure through kidneys yourblood Impurities neglected unsteadyheart overworking pumping kidney poisoned through considered kidneysbutconstitutional doctoring kidneys KilmersSwampRoot wondsrf distressing druggists onedollar apBoosfree Binghamton rememberthe BlnchamtonN Myers Pumps Mitchell Mogul We sell the Gasoline Engine on f the market Corn Crushers and Meal tar connect same f Mowers and Swings largest supply house in county us a call prices always equita bIetJustice Holmes Democracy- It Is pretty well known that Justice Holmes of the United State Supreme Court doesnl keep a carriage prefer Ing to ride to the capitol In a street car One bitingly cold morning a few weeks ago two colored washerwomen boarded the street car where the justice stood In wellmuffled dignity en joying a rear platform smoke and two large clothes baskets were depos ited at his feet while the ownersblow Ing upon their fingers sought refuge Inside the crowded car Suddenly one of them povc lvod that the piece of mosquito no Ing which had been stretched across tho top of her basket had become detached and was speedily disappearing over the rail Frantically slo tore at the car door as hte door refused to slldeher panic Increased but time rescue canto from an unlookedfor source Justice Holmes reached out and as If selecting a volume of Civil Law Procedure from the library shelves I he picked up the fluttering bit of gauze As he proceodd to stoop sedately I and tuck It Jno Its halfvealing halfconctaUng position over the baskets contents the sable blan chlsseuse de fin to whoso rid a supreme court justice liad come ex claimed to her companion For the Lawds sake look at that Ef he aint fixlu it nil r ght Look like his own wife mght u took in wash In hersef 2 Appendicitis Is duo in a largo measure to abuse of tho bowels by employing drastic purgatives To avoid all dagger use only Dr Kings NoW Life Pills the safe gentle cleansers and Invigorators Guaranteed to cure headache biliousness malaria and jaundice at all drugstores 25c m J Piety ot His Hostess A wellknown bishop relates thzft while on a recent visit to the south he was in a small country town where owing to the scarcity of good servants most of tho ladies preferred to do their own work 1 t- He was awakened quite early by the tones of a clear soprano voice singing Nearer My God to Thee As the bishop lay In bed he medi tated upon the piety which his HoB tees must possess which cuableabSr s l Y rr Y dry A of v all of r to go about her task early in the morn ing singing such a noble hymn At breakfast he spoke to her aboutI it and told her how pleased he Oh law she replied thats the I hymn I boll the eggs by three verses l for soft and five for hard Call for The Ohio County Executive Committee met at the House in Hartford persuant to CourtI the chairman Saturday at 1 p m The committee was called I 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 meet ing had been stated by the chairman on motion it was ordered that a mass convention of the 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 State Convention to be held in the city of Louisville June 19th 1907 for the purpose of nomi nating a candidate for Governor and other State officers to be voted for at the November election 190T This is to conform to the call issued by the State Central Committee and under which the county will be entitled to 31 delegatesOn it was further ordered that a delegated convention be held tit the court house in Hartford on June 15 1907 at 2 oclock p m standard time for the purpose of nomi nating a candidate for 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 8h 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 shall be one delegate for each twen tyfive or fraction over twelve votes cast for Judge W B Taylor in the county electlotf at November election the above basis the various precincts will be to thefol lowing E Hartford 7 W Hartford 7V Beda5SulpbK- rSprlnp8Mapn3 Cromwell 5Cool Springs 3 North Rockport 4 South N w r t 7- uF rt h t + ur E- f u Jyti j r oIW t Agent p Oliver Chilled Plows Blount Moline repairs tst line fence Steel Felt Deep Well Drills Also kinds Field 1 known brands and Also Kidneys jbest Mills Lawn The Ohio Republican Convention Republican Republican Republican Representative representation 1905Upon entitled representation Ni1Ifi 1or True Blue with Disc with Give W t1JoeFmolem cleanest produced Perfection instant lighted noyForcookin2 TNEW PERFECFI6N- Blue i Wick Flame Oil CookStove quick because fuelexpenseinwarranted not dealers our agency The beatamv household brass throughout and beautifully Perfectly constructed absolutely safe unexcelled lightgiving ornament room your dealers STANDARDetreeuresr 3 Select 4 Horse Branch Rpslne 8 East Beaver Dani 3 West Beaver Dam 6 McHenry 5Centertown C 2 East Fordsvlllo Q West 5 Aetnaville 2Shreve 3 3 Buford 2 4Hef 2 Ceralvo 2Polnt Pleasant 2 Narrows 3 Ralph 3 2 Herbert 1 Arnold 3 4 Total cessary to 65 M S Chmn JK OaOZa itZ tilt Ill J fj ffjY JjIi b1 for the fa if mous i and T all for same full wire and f l and It means the hottest and flame by stove is the flame the Oil Stove gives the a match is ap no delay trouble no soot no dirt the 1 is It gives results its stove If at your write to nearest Du allround use Made of nickeled in power an to any Every lamp warranted If not at write to our nearest agency OIL COMPANY Rockport 61 Smallhous Fordsvllle Olaton Bartlett lin Prentls Render 129 ne choice RAGLAND DeWBESB See any New Nasal CATARRHIn should be cleanUnesa l1li Elys Cream Balste- leanreIootbei endheala- the dliatsed membrane It cure catarrh gad drives way a cold la the bead quickly CrMW saialplaced lMWMIriUende ear tlw MMknM M lsafa rh a Ia b m4WcsrlaeurafaieIV1wi411ht4Ot ila or1urWl te m ItOTUMWIliNe1 I k M I 1iubacrlbt for TOT R1FUBLICAN iI I r 1 4 4 r XV n s Y Yrri O i tlfH WHYTHFWIND BLOWS A Study ofthe Circulation of the Worlds Atmosphere FORCES THAT MOVE THE AIR I Contrast In Temperature High and Low Pressure and a Law of Nature Called the Deflecting Force of the Earths notation It Is a matter of common observa tlon that when the window of a warm hopm Is opened on a still winter night rae cold air from without rushes into the room Nearer tho ceiling the warmer air la forced out of the win dow thus completing a general atmos pheric circulation on a miniature scale These currents of air which might properly bo called wind would not occur If the air within doors was not warmer and consequently lighter thanI the air without Tho range in temperature between tile equator and the north pole amounts In winter to considerably more than 100 degrees F and in summer tho contrast is also groat Moreover in summer the continents are warmer than the oceans but in winter the reverse is true Three examples will serve to illustrate how such contrasts affect the winds of the world At the equator the temperature aver ages about 80 degrees throughout the year Consequently tho lower air flows In from regions of high pressure on- xeach aide forming what are known as the trades These winds cover nearly t onehalf of the earths rfacerand Wow with tntctf fteadlness the year tfd The monsoons or seasonal winds of India and the Indian ocean are the most Interesting of their class In summer the cooler ocean air pushes In toward the land while the warmer air over the continents rises to a consid erable height and then flows out to sea forming a systematic circulation between ocean and continent In win ter the ocean is warmer than the continent and the winds reverse their direction The land and sea breezes occur with much regularity near large bodies of water in some parts of the world The ocean Is cooler than tho laud dur ing the day and warmer at night caus lag on a small scale a dally Inter change of air similar to that caused iy the monsoons A clear knowledge of the term air pressure Is very helpful In studying the causes of wind Air tike a stone presses against the groundIn other words It has weight amounting to no less than 2117 pounds upon every square foot of the earths surface at sea level but unlike a stone the at mosphere is clastic to a high degree and also presses In all other directions On account of this elasticity of the air certain forces which arise from aiffercuces In temperature and the sarths rotation cause It to become dense or heavy in somo regions and rare or light In other regions It is the effort of the atmosphere to overcome these pressure differences and resume a state of equal density that causes the winds to blow The column of mercury in a barometer tube is always Just balancing a column of air of the same diameter reaching from the barometer to the top of the atmosphere If the air is dense the mercury will of course stand rhlgb in the tube and to express this condition we use the term high pressure but if the air IB rare the mercury will stand low in the tube and we then use the term low pres sureOver the United States Canada and other parts of the world the pressure la ascertained each day at numerous stations The barometer readings ox pressed im Inches of mercury are telegraphed to a central point and there charted on a map The exact regions where the pressure is high or low may then be seen at a glance It has been learned from such observations that these areas are constantly moving eastward at an average rate of about r000 miles per day Technically the low pressure areas arro called cyclones and the high pressure areas anticyclones They are frequently 1000 or more miles In diameter Tho little storms of great destructive force so often called cyclones are really tornadoes The higher the pressure in any par ticular region relative to some other region the greater will bo the velocity of the wind The winds blow much faster In winter than in summer be cause the greater contrasts of tempera ture cause more decided differences in pressureObservations demonstrate however that the wind never blows In straight lines because all bodies of air when In motion are acted upon by a law of nature called the deflecting force of tho earths rotation This force turns all wind to the right of Its course in the northern hemisphere and to tuff Ijjt in the southern Thus if a wind In our hemisphere starts north it is soon turned slowly toward the northeast or If It starts west It will soon turn toward the northwest When it is remembered that at the equator the earth is rotat ing at the enormous velocity of 1035 miles an hour ono will not wonder that such a deflecting force could exist All a s of high and low pressure from + atever cause therefore become Whirling masses of air and a little turnThI era hemisphere the low areas or lows as they are designated on the weather imp always rotate in a dl Vnctlen contrary to that of the hands of a watch Youths Companion r t f C Ati k c Syr it r 1 1 dr If THE CRAFTY WOLF Stories of His Man Eating Feats Said to Be Untrue A skeptical person calling himself St Croix has been trying to find out whether wolves and bears are malign ed by the popular stories of their man eating ways and writes his conclu slops for Recreation First he tried running down the ate rice told In newspaper dispatches Foiled in this effort ho turned to the Indians They know the gray wolf having wintered and summered with him Had they ever known of an In dian being killed by one7 Nnobut Mlngan was very crafty and very much to be dreaded Quite eo But once for all had hoover to their knowledge killed a man 7 No but they had heard So It vent the same intangible unconfirmed rumor and the same absence of proofNow for a few facts as to tho wolf writes St Croix lie can go eight dayswithout food and can then eat forty pounds of meat at a sitting so tho Indians say This is pretty fair for an animal weighing but eighty pounds Yet we do not know the length of the sitting The wolf will not venture on glare Ice he never crosses a lake until there is enough snow to hide the ice To wetting his feet he Is as averse as tho domestic cat He will not kill his game in the shelter of the forest al ways driving it into some open place for the kill- When chasing a deer he goes at a leisurely lope sitting down at intervals to give the most dolorous and bloodcurdling howls This drives the poor victim into a wild gallop and soon exhausts it and as the wolf never tires ho 1s sure sooner or later to catch up with the quarry In winter the deer often makes for some wild rapid into which It plunges knowing that the wolf will not follow Too often the deer drowns but better such a death than one by the fangs In summer a couple of wolves will secure all the deer they need by very simple tactics Having put up the quarry one wolf drives it by easy stages to some little lakeI speak now of the Laurentian countryand on reaching tho shore the deer plunges unhesitatingly in for Its Instinct tells it the enemy will not dare to follow So on it swims while the pursuer sits on his haunches and howls dismally no doubt because he sees his dinner escaping At length the tired deer drags itself wearily from the water and shakes the drops from Its coat on the sun warmed strand Then the companion wolf which has way laid its coming springs at Its throat and when the first wolf joins him they have a gorge that makes them independent of fate for a whole week POINTED PARAGRAPHS There Is a little wolf and a little rabbit In every man One way to be unhappy Is to envy- the happiness of others A lucky man always points with pride to his good judgment How many things there are In a grocery store you never will call for If you want to oblige a friend do something for him his way Instead of your own way A great many people see themselves as others see them but they dont believe what they see Ever occur to you that many of your sorrows are silly sorrowsthat Is sor rows that are not Important Education Is a great thing no doubt but the best housekeepers didnt get their knowledge out of books Atchl son Globe The Impression He Gave His honor Judge Willis on one occa sion going home In an omnibus which landed him at an Inn known as tho Green Man as usual passed the time in friendly discourse with the passen gers To one housewife who had been marketing ho remarked that owing to free trade she was enabled to buy much more for her money than If she lived In a tariff country To others ho talked freely and dispensed counsel and advice indiscriminately Arrived at his destination ho Intimated to the conductor I want to get out at the Green Man Accordingly the omnibus slowed down but as ho was leaving his seat a lady touched him on the sleeve and earnestly Inquired My good man dont you think youve had enough London TitBits Old Hundredth Old Hundredth has been variously ascribed to Martin Luther Dr John Dowland and William Franck Dr Lowell Mason wrote quite a treatise on the old tune In 1852 saying em phatically that It was written by Gull laume William Franck In 1543 But later musical historians and antiqua rians who have Investigated more close lysay It was composed by Louis Bour geois born about 1500 and died about 1072 some say in the massacro of St Bartholomew In 155152Musical Mil lion Times Changes You said she as she came down the stairs leisurely pulling on her glovesyou used to say I was worth my weight In gold Well what If I did he asked looking at his watch for the third time In fifteen minutes And now you dont think Im worth a wait of two minutes They Go Together Any bottles Any rags Queer combination you deal In my friendNot I so queer People as has bottles Berjald L n i t t i o tI J H w THE MOONS VOLCANOES i Causes of the Gigantic Cretan aN Great Fissure Eriipttoris It Is evident to any one who glance upward at the moon that Its volcanoes Bro on an Immensely larger scale than those which stud our globe One explanation now abandoned Is that the force of gravitation being there only Due slxth that of the earth the matter spelled from a crater would be spread tar more wlddly and explosions would Lo generally on a far more magnificent scale Professor Pickering quotes this theory only to refute It In some com mrlsons which ho made between the great volcanic region of Hawaii and one of the smaller craters of the moon The facts seem to him to bo that the larger craters on the moon came into existence when the thin solid crust covering the molten Interior was ow- Ing to the solidification and contraction of the crust much too small to contain the liquid material The craters were ihercfore formed by the lava bursting through the crust and so relieving the pressure Later after this relief had been found and the crust had thickened the Interior regions by cooling shrank away from the solid shell which was now too largo and being Insufficiently supported caved In per mitting the great fissure eruptions whIch produced the so called lunar leas Those extensive outflows of lava llssolvedthc original solid shell whenever they came Into contact with It ouch as they do In the present day In HawaII Had the moon been much smaller these eruptions might not have occurred at all and If the moon had been much larger their relative size would have been greater Mostproba Dly on the earth similar outbursts were greater and our original gigantic craters were destroyed by the outflow of the earlier archaic rocks which com iletely submerged and dissolved tnom Loudon Post THE ESKIMO BABY How the Little One Is Carriedand Cared For by the Mother Too arrival In tho world of the youthful Eskimo is not greeted by the orthodox cradle and swaddling clothes Practically till ho can shift for himself he lives absolutely naked nslde his mothers sealskin blouse skin to skin keeping him warm This arrangement allows the mother to go about her work almost Immediately and she can also travel and runt without a perambulator and without having to leave any ono at home to mind the baby The mothers dress is almost exactly like the fathers except that It has a long sort of tall reaching nearly to the ground Hnbryo no doubt of the modern trainSpared the miseries of soap and water and early weaned to the readily swallowed diet of blubber and raw seal meat the Infant rapidly develops hat Invaluable layer of subcutaneous tot which while It enhances tho jolly appearance of the lads and the shapeliness of the maidens assists ma terially In economy In clothing Thus In their frigid clime once In their skin tent the whole family will ilvest themselves of every stitch of Nothing unembarrassed by the fact that so many families share the tent nrith them Sociability Is early developed when ones next door neighbor m each side Is only separated by an maglnary line between the deerskin you sleep on and the one he uses The winter deerskin serves as bed and bedding at night and as parlor fumi are during the day Community of roods Is almost imperative under this arrangement Thus when one kills a seal all are fed and likewise when le doesnt all go hungry together American Missionary Magnetic Mediums Youve got a pretty bad headache sir havent you 1 asked the barber giving a dry shampoo Thats Just whats bothering me replied the man in the chair But how did you know Tell It by my wrists and bands explained the barber You and I are that theyd call magnetic mediums And the electricity In my fingers takes tbe pain out of your head But I get it Thats why I know My hands are aching now I dont often strike a ustomer like you however or Id have to go out of business Ill bet my arms ache for a half hour after youre goncNew York Post Very Imposing How was It Dr Kuowlt got such n big tee from Talkative Because when he was called to at tend Mrs Talkative for a slight nerv OUB trouble he told her she had an cute attack of Inflammatory verbos ty Well And recommended absolute quiets the only means of averting paroxysms of cacaothes loqucndl Shes oared dumb Baltimore American An Accomplished Youth Well Freddie 1 suppose you have learned to read by this time Yes said Freddie Words of one syllable eh1 Not yet sir said Freddie but 1 can read words of one letter with my left eye A Hard Lesson Bobbys UncleWell Bobby what arc you learning in school Bobby Im learnln what a chump I was fur ver startln InNew Orleans Times Jomocrat Remember this that a very little Is ceded to make a happy life Marcus urellus i The hour gives us life begin tp take It dwaySenecn I tN t 1 j t lt iVV 5t r INDIAN LODGES Homes of the Savage In the Day of the Buffalo While In buffalo days some of the wild Indians of the plains occupied per manent dwellings during a part of the year there were others who lived whol ly In movable lodges These were made of buffalo skins tanned white and sewed together They were of different sizes the poor occu pying smaller lodges while tho wealthy t man he who owned many horses very likely had a large family and required a larger lodge The size of a mans lodge was to some extent an indication of his wealth Two horses were need ed to drug the poles of a large lodge and one to carry the lodge Itself three horses for the transportation of the dwelling alone to say nothing of the other property and the different mem hers of the family A lodge of moderate size required eleven skins and eighteen poles were needed to set It up A sixteen skin lodge required twentytwo poles The larger the lodge the greater was the number of poles needed From the fact that they used an unusual number of poles In setting up their lodges It re sulted that the Cheyennes had well stretched nice looking lodges The northern Cheyonnes declare that nn odd number of hides was always used for the best lodges and the num ber might range from eleven to twenty one The skins were sewed together with sinew thread First of course the hides must be tanned the hair re moved and the skin softened IhenI the Cheyenne woman held a bee which was not unlike the beesI of our ancestors in the early days of this country She Invited her friends to come and help her sew her lodge and provided them with refreshments Among them was always one woman especially skillful In cutting out the lodges and she tilted the skins together before the women begun to sew them Forest and Stream HOLDING A CAMERA Some Practical Suggestions to the Be ginner In Photography One of the most Important lessons for a beginner to learn is to hold the camera In the proper position during exposure Whenever thero are corners of buildings or other objects which give vertical lines the camera must be held absolutely level If this Is not done the building In the picture will appear to be falling either backward or forward according to the way In which the camera was tilted There are times however when the camera may bs tilted to an advantage In some cases It Is an absolute neces sity For example In photographs of clouds waterfalls balloons etc tho camera may point upward while in taking pictures of people swimming or bathing children at work or play etc It may he pointed downward Very successful photographs of prominent speakers parades crowds etc have been taken when the camera was upside down It makes no differ ence In the negative whether the cam era Is right side up or not By holding the camera In the way suggested many a photographer has secured good pic tares while others who tried to use the camera In the usual way made absolute failures Often by holding the camera by the side of the body and pointing It back ward one may secure pictures of chil dren at play and of older people in natural poses without the knowledge of any members of the group Another warning to beginners Is nec essary Do not try to take a time exposure while holding the camera In the hand Even If the camera Is held against the breast and respiration stopped the action of the heart Is sufficient to cause the box to vibrato and spoil the picture Circle Magazine Stripped at the Law Dickens describes In his novel Bleak House the woes of those who were Involved In suits In the chancery court and the delays to which they were subjected before the English ju dicial procedure was reformed Tradition says that an artist once represented the same Idea in much less space Two suitors In chancery being recon ciled to each other after a very tedious and expensive suit applied to him to paint a device In commemoration of their return to peace and amity He gave them entire satisfaction by paint Ing them In the act of shaking hands one clnd In his shirt the other without even that Wants More Than Beauty The modern Englishman has more cool common sense than his great grandfather A beautiful woman at tracts his eye and he may have a pass- Ing fascination but that feeling Is only a transient one unless Miss Beauty has other recommendations If he cannot get beauty combined with usefulness ho goes In for plainness London Wo mens Life Close Application Now that you are about to go to college my son let me enjoin upon you tp bear in mind one thing What Is that dad 1 It Is this my boy the greatest results are always achieved by close application Why dad you talk Just like a porous plaster Stray Stories Yes Indeed A man may have a heart big enough to love two women at one time but he ought to have more head Smart Set A dwarf sees farther than the giant when he has the giants shoulders to mount onColeriJgr 4 I r M 1 y- 1j r+ I Seasonable Goods In these mixed up weather condi tions it is hard to decide what is seasonable However this much we kriow we have in stock some of the very things you want Perhaps it is something nice in Silk or Dress Goods or a Waist or Skirt Ours are WoolenI the minute in style and Ask to see the Dorithy Youll like it WaistI Just Received- A new shipment of those embroidIered and laundried Collars 12which are quite new and season Our Laces and Embroider ies are the best values to be had ICarefully ezamine the 5c alllinen longi iou Appreciate the Best u1Matting and Rug values in town exceptionaliis made How many One I I slipsfrom Iadvantage to do so Inquire of the salesman as to their values Come see us Dont neglect it We 7 Ito all competition and are sure please both in qualitg and price BARNARD 2y11- HAF2rF oF ppppppppr IWell Do Our Bests beginspIIand you come tumbling in for your Sum Suit but its fair to say that our va havepS p rush begins One of our greatest draw 9p backs to readymade fitting it haste ffp Wont you give us a fair chance to do our tfp best Wo Rave = Special Bar ains = p In allwool Suits at 800 1000 p 1200 and 1500 and dont make the mistake of paying a cent less than you can afford It will show in the Suit as long as you wear it K We also carry a complete assortment of I= Ladies Thin = = Dress Goods = For the hot weather that is sure to come pickwC- a line of Batiste at lOc better grades at I- Ii 15c to 25c Organdies at lOc to 50c 4- h ISUith Everybody make us a visit and be con K vinced 4- p 4 = CARSON CO 2- K INCORPORATED 4 HARTFORD KENTUCKY 2 44444444 r 7 i i I I J I JfiiS I MAY S Ec ALS f a- r u house iii coun ty carries a better or more uptodate Shoe stock than you find in QUI store For mens every day wear we carry Courtneys Full Vamp Shoes None better made All at most reasonable prices Call for our cor rect shape in Patent Vici all hetsatisfaction or Hamilton Brown celebrated A men can Gentlemen Shoesi line our or our be to ladi s Of course men the rect in as as We a of each our for Try t ATHENS Banqueting In the Grecian City In the Time of Plato In Professor T G Tuckers Life In Auclent Athens the author gives this is a picture of a typical banquet In that city In the time of Pinto When ill are In place thu servants couiu tenon with a vessel from which they pour water over the hands of the guests There ore biught In smull tables light and one of which is set down before each couch two persons and on those here placed the dishes as they come In order The tables are lower than the couches so that the right hand cun reach down easily to them Knives and forks there are none The food Is taken up with the lingers It Is true that In dealing with very soft fools or gravies or in things from shells spoons were not unknown but usually the fingers were assisted by pieces of bread hollowed out the purpose It Is clear that there was of room for neatness and dainti ness In handling food and It was no small to have lingers not too sensitive There were no napkins Portions of soft bread often prepared for the purpose were used for wiping the and were afterward thrown to the dogs which might be present to catch them but apart from the dogs It may be of a shock to learn that the floor which was of course without a carpet was the for shells bowes peelings and other which were however out at a given stage of the ijrocccdlnss Conversation ral 1 lyC ClothinJSpecial We are thankful to our trade for their liberal pat ronage given us in many ways Our Suits are the very latest make up Our qualities in malerialcan not be excelled Our prices are the very We are not asking you to buy but we do insist on you call ing at our Clothing Department and let us show you Suits for 10 to 15 Su perior to slay you have ever looked at Special attention given to Childrens Suits Prices running from 15032 20 to 5 pei Suit I Devartment1z For Ladies Our Victoria Pnesmeyer line American Lady Shoes would an ornament of beauty any foot Mens Collars young want cor style collars well good material have combination None better than Peyser Collars Two 5eat= them AM ANCIENT ornamental for several extracting for plenty advantage especially fingers something receptacle fragments swept rnoanwiillo lowest must be general 7w nrt half of din ner consists of substantiate particu larly fish and birds eels If they could be got comparatively little meat such as beef lamb mill pork and vegetables dressed to n degree of which we should hardly approve with oil vinegar honey and tin tIlel During tills part of the meal wino Is not drunk The Athenians kept their driiVkiug as eeparnte as possible from their outing Water is then brought round again hands are washed tune tables are carried out the floor to necomIwipe Is poured out to the words to tho good genius or to good health nUll the second part of the Immiuot logins The tables are brought In again and what we call dessert was for this rea son called by the Athenians the second table On these are placed fruits fresh and dried salted almonds sweetmeats cheese and salt THE HOME DOCTOR To cure nose bleeding tie n string very tightly around the small part of the thumb below the knuckle Unit a teaspoonful of table salt dis solved In a half glassful of cold water will give Instant relief In caw of heart burnPeople with poor digestion should drink no water with meals but take a glassful half an hour before and drink plentifully an hour or so after each mealTo Inhale steam from a bowl of boll Ing water Is very good for a sore throat The sufferer should lean over the steamy drawing It In both throat 1 1- A I fl rJf t Mens Ties and Hosiery foot to neatly equipped Hosiery pride ourselves haying exact shades prico Plentyof Greens plain special prices are 10 cents to cents A beautiful tie is one of the indispensable accessories to a mans outfit Sometimes the right at the riiiht price is hard to find A long line and there will be no trou ble if you come direct to for we keep constantly on hands the very la test the mnrkot affords Drop in and louU over our IIIK Carpets and Mattings Why v rrbluut prices selections on Mattings Car pets Art Squats Hug Floor Oil Cloth Itce Curtains Poles Carpet Paper Etc When you can com f direct to our Carpet lId get exactly you want at most satisfactory prices Lace Curtains 5c to 350 per pair Window Slunk 2ia 50c each Art Squares 12 to 25 Mattings lo trite 3i per yard Rugs Mc 1 150 to 85 each W ft 1M JS1ij1iJItAI notrrs Many cases of Indigestion i neuralgia cold hands and feet can ba i quickly cured drinking slowly or two pints of water BO hot that It almost burns the throat Warts may be entirely removed by the hands two or three times a day with the water In which pota toes have been boiled or bathing the wart several times with potato water r Whore the Cents Got Nobody knows what becomes of the millions on millions of cents that minted annually the production varying from to 00000000 per annum They simply vanish from sight and are gone forever The phe nomenon seems strange and Is not eas- Ily for People say What becomes of all the pins That is easily Pins soon corrode and thus are transformed into nothing that Is recognizable A copper cent on the other hand Is indestructible com paratively speaking But the solution of the problem seems to be that cents subject to more than any other coins They change hands ten limes as often as dimes for example and being of small value they not cared orIAII Angeles Times A Brotherly Act Admiral lord Charles Heresford commanded a naval brigade In the Sudan when the British forces were there One day when the Arabs were making a territlc onrush the admirals life was saved u mule which fell dead upon him When the square had been reformed and the Arabs were repulsed Lord Charles was rescued He looked0 0 P J fr 1 new f JfV J t y 6 ic A qj r H For your be you must have styl ish Now a word about this we in the worn at1 the correct new Grevs Blacks Tans in or lace stripe Our 25 kind us and epan incut what to S to S S una headache by one washing by Do are 25000000 accounted answered are accidents are by or ut tae muio ror n monies RUT revi re marked gratefully Now that Por beast did what I should cull a brother ly act A Sight Do you know I saw something re markable just now observed a baner- t n friend In front of the Stock Ix change In Brood street What was itV I saw no fewer than live leadlir l ycrs of the tiivmiIal district w I tst and every one of them had his i hues In his own pockets New York Ibune A Difficulty Mistress Why dont you boll the vgs Cook Sure Ive no clock In kitchen to go by MistressOa- s you have CookWhat good Is 11 s ten minutes fast Phllrdclphia In wirer MUSCOVY DUCKS Their Strong and Weak Points as Compared With tho White Pekins Muscovy ducks are very different from the Peklus and have not proved tin satisfactory for market purposes oue reason being that there Is a very considerable difference in size between the males and ferules which Is u disadvantage from u market standpoint where uniformity In size Is one of the requirements Again It takes longer to hatch Musxtivy ducks than It does Pekins They ate not us con venlently handled In large flacks art IHIlosed to IIrlIIu1 prcie to lOOHt In the trees rather than be tonflneJ ihey are not us heavy layers as the Isklis4 ctra rein 11l aly hattian 7I i S r r wgj1h C Wens Underwear We are recognized eaders in Mens Un derwear We carry the largest stock therefore can fit men ofmost any dimemsons Elas tic Seam Drawers All sizes 5Uc Bal brigull Shirts and Drawers to match 50c to tie a Suit Nainuuksleevless Shirts with short pants a very desirable gar ment for co1n1rrt +y so gi od Ui50rtlllellof Boys and Children Ulldertvear in Bleach tIor Unbleached at- 25eI LMCJI I r1iOiling abaoad or staying at home means that yon will need Trunk or Suit Case if you want to keep wearing apparel in trim i tVe are not boasting about this line but we do want to show you that we have exactly what you want at the price you I want It We invite comparison in quality and prirp ICall fii us i CorsetstRemember we handle nothing but reliable makes in Corsets Such as the H und G and the widely advertised anyfigure Our Fans Uur KHII tuck should interest ev ery lady A variety of styles to se 111 lect from Prices anywhere from fw t 2 i O Ivory Stick Funs Silk Fansp Piiper and Linen Fans Greatest assortment r Or fIInA eggs hatch particularly woll although for Komi1 reason It Is more dltlicult to get a good hatch by artlticlal moars than with the Pettlu duck eggs The meat of the Muscovy Is exceptionally flue llnvoivd and for the nice of the duck thieve IH a greater ain uult of edi Ill fleh tlvan on almost any other variety A New Breed of Fowls i Every year or two some enterprising ponltryman announces that lie hats i er i fected n new breed of fowls nUll despite the sneers that such announce I ments Invariably elicit from tlw old timers who like to bamboozle the pub t theI LlfinT lJinlOUTlf Boclt- 9stiiudnrd uf orettfon whcw It is lm- t Ial f 4 r 1P1tjifJ1r4f 1Iio J i i w 1 J 1 f 1II t 1 w r t iJ lti 1 r S possible to nUa1i1 these hoW breeds are usually valuable additions to the poul try world The latest claimants for popular favor are the Light Plymouth Hocks These birds are genuine Plym outh Hocks with the shape and characteristics ot that valuable breed but I with the coloring of the Light Brahl 1 lJma Naturally the blood of the latterPhas been used In producing this vari ety which IH a good thing for of the tautly varieties of fowls now extant there la none which when properly treated will give better returns than the Light Brahma Indeed the only objection to the Light Brahma Is that It Is handicapped by feathers on the shanks These of course do not ap I ear on the Light Plymouth Rocks An Egg Food Formula The following formula Is one that Is highly recommended as an egg food or condition powder Ground mustard seed five ounces fine cornmeal five ounces ground fenugreek four ounces sulphate of sodium an ounce red pep tper half un ounce ginger half an ounce fine ground bone halt an ounce common salt half an ounce Iron car bonate half an ounce black antimony g half uu ounce All of the shove should i100 reduced to a fine powder and thor oughly mixed The dose Is one table foodIweek i IIfA ous food 3J1t serves fo spread the II io 5 nt ir fowls should be sep + w Jer tt l r 6 eA I I 1P y 0 i z u I f t it 7 llyyt j aul 1aM h R A tY + I 7J Y- frJrra r FROM OHIOCOUN TV TO BOSTON Was Uncle Billie Cundiff Led by Cupid Went to Marry Rich Widow But t V tipt Only three Hugs And Four Kisses Orb of tho most interesting loca rpmfcntlc episodes ever chronlcledwai related to a representative of the Owensboro Inquirer byllr W H Cundiffi- wfl About a year ago Mr Cundiff fa everybodyInUncle Bill formed a corresponI dence acquaintance with Mrs Mar garet Lawson of Boston Mass through the agency of tho Gentle woman a New York floral publication which also conducts a matrimon ial bureau Uncle Bill was once engaged In the profession of teaching in the county schools hence Js well known by the Daviess county people of all ages He was once an ardent Populist but is now probably pie most able x ponentof socialism in this section- aifv ho country The correspondence first started In an acquaintance sort of way but was not long In ripening Into one of mu tual admiration and the missives then became perfume scented and senti mentally tender This mutual admir ation ripened into delirious passion which only Cupid knows how to in cite and to the wiles of Loves little god the aged as well as the youthful are susceptible However Mrs Law son and Uncle Bill are not so very old as she has experienced only for tyeight summers while the winds of only sixtyeight winters have toyed with Uncle Williams whiskers Uncle Bill had already been married once and so had Mrs Law son he having a divorced wife and she a divorced husband consequently both knew all about it therefore easy for them to want another try as each was satisfied that on a second effort profiting by the mistakes of the past that there would be no fail ureonly a billing and cooing time a mating time and then Ipne long sweet warble of bliss in a nice cozy little nest for two There was an exchange of photographs and accompanying photograph a lock of hair shorn from the tresses of tho sender Uncle Bills lock was tinged with the white produced by many winters frosts but knowing that love tenders strengthens and purifies with age Mrs Lawson did not to make any protest on account of the complexion of Uncle Bills hir sute adornment Uncle Bill popped the question not in that stuttering oblivious fash- Ion of the amateur beau but put it on paper and In the accents of the chival rous gallent in the days When Knighthood Was in Flower thereby affording practical proof of the con tention of LaVega Clements that Knighthood Is Still in Flower Uncle Bill was accepted and about two weeks ago he received a letter from Mrs Lawson urging him to come on to Boston at once so they could get married immediately for as Tennyson said In the spring time the young mans fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love and It is the same with girls and men and womensingle widows and widowers the world overhence kwas that Mrs Lawson wanted to mate in the springtime Uncle Bill was Just as I anxious as Mrs Lawson he departed for Boston at once He arrived there on Friday May 3 He says that Mrs Lawson Is one of the most beautiful women he ever saw and that he nev er saw a face more expressive of intelligence Ho says that she is a contributor to newspapers and maga zines and asUncle Bill has also spent much of his time in literary ef I forts there was also a high intellec tual affinity as well as a soul union in their love affair Uncle Bill says that on his ar rival he was received with all the warm cordiality due from a fair delcinea toward her prospective Ben edict She told him that after the ceremony they would go to Ocean I Grove and Long Branch for a stay IfIa few weeks and then go on a to his relatives and friends In tucky before returning to Boston Right there Uncle Bit began to sIdestep He had no objection to the f visit to Long Branch and Ocean Grove but he preferred to return to Boston without extending the bridal tour to Kentucky Then it was that Mrs Lawson became very Inquisitive She wanted to know why he didnt want his children to see his new bt1deUetold her that In duo time they would gV to Kentucky but not during their Honeymoon She con tined to press him for a reason and iUpcie BUll could do nothing but grow themoroesilent- Finally she sprang from her chaJV it t J lr TtvF rE r t JI The Modesty of WomfeiT faturaily makes them shrink from the Indelicate questions the obnoxious examinations And unpleasant local treats I mcnts which some p yslclans consider l essential in the treatment of diseases of 1 women Yet If help can bo had It is better to submit to this ordeal than lot the disease grow and spread The trouble is that sooften tho woman undergoes all the annovance and shame for nothing FavorltOPrcscrlP1Uonwrl which dls the and local treatmentmmNllclne lO sre land aafA f tdrl rfewomen as TFavorlto J escr pUon It cures debilitating drains rregu ar ty and female weakness It always helps It almost always cures It ils strictly non Ingredientsbeing habitformingdrugsand entering Into Its composition has the full endorsement those most eminent In the several schools of medical practice Some professionalwill be found in a pamphlet wrapped around the bottle also in a booklet mailed free on request by Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y These professional en dorsements should have far more weight than any amount of the ordinary lay or nonprofessional testimonials The most Intelligent women nowadays insist on knowing what they take as med icine Instead of opening their mouths like a lot of young birds and gulping down whatever is offered them Favorite Pre scription IS Of KNOWN COMPOSITION It makes weak women strong and sick women well Dr Pierces Medical Adviser Is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only Dr R V Picrco Buffalo 21 onecent stamps for pa per covered or 31 stamps for clothbound chargobyh sacredly confidential Dr Pleasant Pellets invigorate and regulate stomach liver and bowels and with her hands placed over her heart she exclaimed in dramaticI tonesWilliam I know It all I feel sure that your secret Is that you have a divorced wife in Kentucky I am a Catholic I cant marry you I was once married and I learned after marriage that my husband had a liv ing wife from whom he had been di vorced We separated and my mar riage to him was annulled by both States and ccceleslaslical courts Wil liam I love you You are p noble and good man but I cannot enter into another bigamous marriage and that is what it would le My conscience forbids 1 hiiv3 a country home If you desire to remain in Boston so that you may be near me I will employ you at 2 a day on my country place and when there is no work especially demanding your attention out there you may come to my home here in the city and stay and it shall not cost you a penny Uncle Bill said he admitted to her that he had a divorced wife in Owensboro and Mrs Lawson told him she thought it best for him to re turn to Kentucky and I returned said Uncle Bill- Continuing he said I saw much on the trip Besides meeting Mrs Lawson an Intelligent woman who jays taxes on 30000 worth of real estate I passed through eleven States and saw many of the important cities of this country of ours When Uncle Bill arrived lu Ow ensboro on his return from Boston he visited his divorced wlfeand told her where he had been and why he went away He says the former Mrs Cun dirt said- I heard that you had gone to Bos ton Nobody told mebut I knew you had gone up there to get married and If you had done so and brought your wife to Owenpboro she would never have known from me or through my Influence that you have a living vorced wife- However Uncle Bill said he was afraid to take chances by bringing Mrs Lawson to Kentuckybecause he knew she would here learn the truth and he would then have to give her up Just as her first husband had to do and for the same reason there forehe thought it best to confess the truth to her and return to Kentucky alone though the disappointment is one that is hard to bear In relating the story Uncle Bill concluded by saying All I got outof the trip to Boston was three days board with her three hugs four kisses and 30 which she gave me to come back home on therefore you know the old man hated to give up a good thing like thatUncle Bill will return to his farm In Ohio county and take up his agri cultural pursuits Just where he left off when he went on a chase of Cu 1lduH Urn way to beaneating Bos ton BOONEFDRT I READY FOR WAR Notable Kentucky State Building is Formerly Dedicated Most Unique Structure in Exhib ition Ground and Promis es to be Popular Jamestown Exposition Va May 17 Kentuckys building at the James town exposition was dedicated with a simple program today and from now on the Fort of Boonesboro to be one of the most popular spots about the exposition grounds The day was cold raw and threatening and for that reason the crowd at thu exposition was one of the smallest since the gates were thrown open The Fort of Boonesboro has been open to the public since the exposi tion opened three weeks ago but de lay In the arrival of building material prevented an earlier announcement of the buildings dedication Frbm all sides the Kentuckians were congratulated on the unique and at tractive appearance of their building and the Ideal site selected for it The Idea of a reproduction of the Daniel Boone fort as a State building for Kentucky at the exposition was early adopted by tho Kentucky James town Exposition Commission Logs for the construction of the tort were shipped from Kentucky Half a score of counties furnished this timber and at least a dozen varieties- of wood were used In the building A few of the poles out of which the chimneys and the stockade are con structed grew along Boones traceI In Madison county near the site of the original fort Tho Kentucky building follows closely the outline made for It A double log house near the center of the stock ade is used as the main asesmbly place for Kentuckians and their friends Two spacious rooms are con nected by a varanda twenty feet square On each side and running the full length of the building Is a piazza twelve feet in width From the central areaway to the stockade on either side Titus a piazza twenty feet in width with rough logs supporting the roofs Six tall pine trees grow from within these varandas and spread their shade far above the building Within the stockade there are fortynine pine trees These sen inals of the forest are one of the j most unique features and one of the greatest attractions of the fortIAt each corner of the stockade is ai wostfry block house One ofi these is used as an office for the State Commission and one of them ivill be occupied by the resident Com missioner The other two corner houses are used for the various em iloyea of the commission in charge rt the State building and Kentuckys exhibits In one room Is a picture of Daniel Boone This was painted by Nicolo Marschall the famous Louisville arI list and was kindly loaned by him to the commission for the Exposition perIod Standing on tho boardwalk Im mediately in front of the building one Is Impressed with the unequeness of the structure and it fitness for the positions ocqupled Everything Is In omplete harmony Near 8ne end rf the main building is an oldtime well with the antiquated sweep Near the front entrance are two flag staffs From one of these floats the American flag and from the other the Kentucky flag Flower beds have been planted in odd spots throughout the stockade enclosure and a month rtwo later It is hoped that morning glories sun flowers and marigolds will beautIfy the placeiiiaHeres to your health and happlI- IJCssDeWltts Little Early famous little pills Nasty sick headache or biliousness may come on any time the cure is an Early Riser Sold by all druggists m j Concerning Death Penalties Which is tho most common form employed intlhe carrying out of the death sentewp The probability is that most purple if asked would ati once say the gallows yet this is far from being the case The favorite mode appears to be the guillotine which employed pubj i O YoYoor11Ir1iYYaMIt4oYYConvalescents ment in easily digested form Scotts Emulsion is powerful nourish wenthighlyconcentrated H- It makes bone blood and muscle without I putting any tax on the digestion ALL DRUGGISTS BOo AND f00r1ioo t ft fy f I ic Hcly In France Belgium Denmark and two cantons In Switzerland and privately in Bavaria The cheery gollows comes next In the running and Is favored publicly In Austria Portugal and Russia and privately In Great Britain and the United States Death by the sword obtains In fifteen cantoons In Switzerland In Chi na and Russia publicly and In Prus sia privately Ecuador Oldenburg and Russia have adopted the musket publicly while In China they have strangulation by the cord and hr Spain the garrote both public and In Brunswick death by the nXand by the electric chairIn Now York A Hard Debt to Pay- I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be paid off writes G S Clark of Westfield Iowa for my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Dis covery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed Imminent when 1 commenced taking New Discovery This omnlous 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 oOc and 1 Trial bottle free m Too Thin There is a Representative in Congress from the West who is exceedingly thin Being a very goodnatur vl man this Representative takes in good part any joking reference to his slenderness indeed he is not averse to a jest himself in that connection as is illustrated by an in cident that occurred In a street car In Washington It appears that just as the car was ouudlug a curve a burly citizen lunched forward and sat in the Congress mans lap To recovered himself quickly and began a profuse apology when ho was Interrupted by the staos mans cherry Thats all right But added the Concressmon plaintively I wish my friend that roud tell me whether you thought I was panted on that seat Harpers Weekly 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 Sold by all druggists m Estimating Corn in Crib- A Texas man gives the following rule for measuring corn in crib hay- hr the mow or stack etc The rule tor measuring corn applies to any kind of crib Two cubic feet of sound dry corn on the ear will make a bushel shelled To find amount of shelled corn In crib multiply the inside Measurements of the crib length breadth and height and divide by two This amount will be the number of bushels in the crib To find the number of apples or potatoes in a bin multiply length brcaclMi end height together and this product blight and point off one figure in the inoducts for decimals To find the amount of hay In mow allow 512 cubic feet for a ton and it will lie nearly correct DeWitts Carbollzed Whitch Hazel Salve does not merely heal on the surface it penetrates the pores and promptly relieves pain caused by toils burns scalds cuts and skin diseases It is especially good for piles Beware of imitations Sold by all druggists m r Sunken Fund Recovered Some idea of the work done by the submarine divers in recovering treasure from sunken ships can be got en iron the following figures Just published From the steam ship Malabar was recovered moro than 1130000 from the steamship Alphonso XII 450000 f1u the steamship llJimillia Mlsh rl 250000 and from the steamship Cualic 200000 The complete list is li iig but these figures from Popular Mechanics gives an Idea of the enormous value of tho treasures which tle greedy waves have swallowed and the inducement to Invest large capl tat construct Ingenious and expen sive machinery and run great risks In raising wanted stock 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 painsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially ad- visedforchrontc deepseated casesas It cures after all else fails 35tf it s f I w + u jff fy JMgefabk Preparalionfor As similating thcFoodandBcguIa ting Hie Stomachs oT MS HILDKhN U Promotes DigestionjCheerfur ness and RestContains neither i MineralNor 1 pea fJaOUJrswtlZZPlrCllE fre Aiif amt sIt rlJ 1t Aperfecl Remedy eaWormsness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK If piL1W1iEXACT I CASTORIA For Infant and Children The Kind You Have Alway aght Bears toL J Signatureof In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA OIUlTAUII eOMPAN NEW OK OITY OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville HeraldL25TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 200 THE REPUBLICAN and Courier Journal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICANI Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Come in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RoweBurch Felix Jim Polk Stevens Z- Wayne Gritfln AA AAAAA A fi bi I TILLERS OF THE SOIL ib 49 Will Make no Mistake by Visiting the Reliable 4 4andWell Known Firm ofbII WILLIAMS MILLER f C For anything they needon the farm They 43 handle Plows of all kiwi and makes Disc = 4 Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and bit 4 walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and tta fj buggies for taunt folks and old folks e i In Addition t= We have the bet equipped shop in Ohio county fi fitted with the latest improved machinery and ap is Jj pliances and besides all loin Is of general Blacksmith jjj = ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other b f2 shops cannot do at all Everything at very moder if ate prices t = VVILLIAMS MILLER = fiBEAVER DAM KENTUOKY ln nn P Pn P U wP1 I iq j r r P 1 IJ jI t ic 0 n k I f I d t Hartford Republican tenet brtbe Hartford iobllghlng Company mCOBPOBAVIDij Eaaor088111T11 TSS 1A02arCI blnc34ao-uh as zo32FRIDAY MAY 24 ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce 1R JAMES A DUFF of Sulphur Spring precinct a candl date to represent Ohio county In the next Home of Representative Subject to the nc tlon of the Republican party Vie are authorized to announce AV W IAUK of the Beda Precinct a candidate for Kepresen tatlre In the General Assembly from thUtheSCth dlitrlct subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce JlDQK D BAKER RHOADS of Bearer Dam as a candidate to represent Ohio county In the next House of Representatlre subject to the Republican Conrentlons to be held June Stb and 15th next Examine the labelon your paper If tIs not correct notify us Dollar wheat is here soooner than anybody expected Oyster Bay will not be as dumbthls summer as its name Indicates Hereafter let the ball games and Democratic conventions bo held on different days Next time Ohio county Democrats hold a convention at the court house we speak for a reserved seat on the cupola The only trouble with the ball team of Co H is that the boys were so gallant they just couldnt Ignore any ball given them by a lady pitcher Evidently the Ohio Republicans see need of harmony in the party but they seem to realize that they must fight for ItHartford Herald What about the Ohio county Democrats Our Democratic friends evidently realize their hopeless minority in this county and that it would make no dif ference in the election if they should kill off a fow dozen in a county convention Lucky editors of the Hartford Herald When things got so hot last Saturday that two Democratic conven tions were held at the same time the Heralds equilibrium was happily main tained by the election of each editor to the Secretaryship of a convention Whatever may have been the Har gis pardon pull with the Governor it is gone forever If there is one thing Beckham has learned to fight shy of it is the thing which has already been exposed to public view He knows which end of the iron is heat ed We note that engineers of steam shovels on the Panama Canal have struck for a raise in salary from 250 to 300 per month This is no doubt caused by the knowledge that the Gov ernment is paying exSenator Joe C S Blackburn 1100 per month for blowing a fog horn To the knocker on the townwho Is always ready to exclaim publicly on the street corners that Hartford can never amount to anything we point to what has been accomplished by Hartford Collegeall because our people are standing by the school as a unit I Such unity in the interest of the town will soon build a city Be ever ready to say a good word for your homeand point out the advantages for they are many to the stranger who nave be seeking a location for a home or business enterprise Governor Beckhnms boasted stand for the lid can now be put to test at last By the acion of the Court of ApjHjals In act Ing aside the city election In LouiuvMle he Governor will have the appoint m nt of a set of it ficere to his own liking on the iim lierance question Now M him prov his sincerity BO vigorously ituwJomd by Dr Powell The Democratic Convention hiSaturday would not stand for th Beckham Administration ignoring It Completely in its resolutions It be ing the first meeting of Democrats since the sate primary It would hiivo beets very much in order to have endorsed and pointed with pride Ia their state ticket but no endorsemn was given to a single man on liI ticket If the resolutions are correctly reported by the SecretaryI One who reads Secretary Matthews I I report of the convention here last SaIurday in this weeks issue of the Herald i and talks with those who were there must conclude that the Secreta ry omitted many Jitll details of the conventions doings This may be ac counted for by the absence of the Sec retary from the desk during certain periods of the proceedings Otherwise no such red hot Information would have been kept from the Heralds hun i re i a I r 7 h j I t gry readers It always tins the news lumbering at its back + We trust that none of our Demo cratic friends will be offended at qur references to the county cbnvenllon or conventions held here last Saturday They are meant In kindnessnnd since we must have two parties wj would prefer to see our friends the other way abide In peace and harmony 1vontionsducted with fairness to all parties interested I But no matter how great the issues Involved there Is never enough at stake to warrant personal difficulties among friends and broth ers At the times of excitementwhen passion sways the crowd those engag ed should never forget that the con vention with Its issues no matter whom they involve are only of the hour while the participants must live and move In the same communltyper hops for a life time THIS PAPER AND HARTFORD COLLEGE- We come to our readers this week with the largest paper ever Issued in Hartfordin order that we may feature I Hartford College and still give our readers who may not be so directly I Interested In the school their usual amount of reading matter And yet I almost all our readers are more or less affected by the success or fail I ure of this Institution of learning They either have relatives now In school or comet in contact in the va rious relations in life with those who have at some time been students with in her walls Hartford Collegethrough a long line of able and efficient teach ers has made Hartford the Athens of Western Kentucky We glory In the good work already accomplished and the large number of polished men and women which this school has given I to our country Present conditions warrant our high anticipations for the I future It has never been under better management with a preldentI breast of the times who she age demands ucation perhaps more than at any period in the worlds history He brings to each department systematic cooperation and instills into both J teacher and pupil the necessity for Industry and a relaxation of the fact I that education requires a continuous pursuitMay the years to come bring still better equipment and facilities for taking care of the mental training of1 the boys and girls of our county and adjoining counties This paper Is for our school and believes that there Is no excuse for parents tosond their sons and daughters to distant dues to find no better training than can be found at home among their friends and acquaintances who will surely give them more encouragement than they would likely meet with among strangers T Among The Lodges Rough River No 110 K of P conferred work In the Page rank Tuesday tight One applicant for membership was received The Knight rank will- ie conferred next Tuesday night on wo Esquires and a light luncheon served Knights E W Ford Jas T landefur and J C tier are on the efreshment committeeS No G75 F and A M had work in the Fellow Craft degree at a call meeting last Monday night This degree will also be given to three can idales at the next regular convention Irst Monday night in next mqnth lhe boy who went to Island last week ull report a good time and splendid ospltnllty shown them by the members there Our Master C M Crowe tended Cromwll lodge last Saturday afternoon and conferred the Enertd prentice and Master Mason degrees J DEMOERAJS 011110 IN LOUISVILLE Court of Appeals Says No rt Legal Election Was Hcld Goy p1pOint Until November I I Frankfort KyMay 22 Waiting one of the most terrible Indictments of a corrupt political machine ever scored in a judicial decision in the history of this country the Court of Appeals of Kentucky today decided the Loulst ville contested election cafes growing out of the election of November 1905 by virtue of which Paul C Earth and the other city any and county officers of Louisville hold office and declar ed that election null and void because of proven fraud crime conspiracy and force In which the Democratic campaign committee of Louisvxille the police force various city and county officeholders hired thugs and thieves are held to have been participants- In discussing the action of police firemen and Democratic Ward heel ers in refusing to answer questions asked by fusion attorneys while wit nesses the court says The testimony shows many out rages and crimes done by the police and yet when these men are plac ed on the witness stand and Interro gated as to what they know they invariably sheltered under the law for bidding selfincriminatlon and when the question as to whether the wit ness should or not be forced to answer was certified to the Chancellors the witnesses were always protectea by their ruling Suppose a secret murder had been committed and the police on that beat when asked about it should say I decline to answer for fear of Incriminating myself this under the rule invoked would protect the witness from answering but how long would It Justify his retention on the roll of police What would be thought of those who left the public safety in his hands longer than it would require to discharge him- Suppose a bank has been robbed and the hookkeeperthe teller and cash ler were interrogated should say I de cline to answer under advice of coun sel What would be thought of a Board of Directors who would rafter wards leave the bank in the ihands of such men This is precisely thC situation here Peace officers whose duty It was to prevent and expose crime when called on to expose it sheltered under the rule against self Incrimination and yet these men still wear the official uniformr still draw salaries from the public purse and this is made possible only by the consent of those who are the apparent Beneficiaries of their silence We need not repeat here the many nets of vlolnece fraud and Intlmlda = lon It is sufficient to say that every note on the gamut of election rimes was sounded on election day by those whose sworn duty It was to prevent it The court then cites a number of le- gnl proposltons as established by this case following closely the opinion InI the Princeton case declares the eJec- tion null and void gives the law as to appointments and concludes the pinion as follows We cannot feel that our duty in his remarkable case is fully performed without insisting that it is absolutely necessary for the preservation of h Democratic form of government ttidrI the right of suffrage should be freeIr nnd untrammeled No people can be aid to govern themselves whose eiec tons are controlled by force fraud iltIor fear and the people who do not govern themselves are slaves No peo ple are wholly beyond the pale of hope until they have lost the right to gov ern themselves A free people may be ignorant but into that darkness the lamp of learning will send its illuminating rays they may be wicked and depraved but the voice of virtue will pierce the walls of error and uplift their hearts they may be un just and tyrannical but duty and pa triotism will lead them back to the old paths of rectitude and peace But those whose liberty Is in the hands of greedy and rapacious fraud or cruel and overbearing force are beyond the reach of learnings lamp the admonition for virtue of the voice of patriotismNo are wholly civilized when a distinction Is drawn between steal Ing an office and stealing a purse no truly honest man will be satisfied with an office to which his title Is not as valid as that to his homestead which shelters his family and to him who knowingly holds an office obtained by fraud force or chicanery wilt ever be applied the language of the dra matist to a usurper of old Now does he feel his title hang loose about him like a giants robe upon a dwarfish thief HERBERT May 20The farmers are very much Behind with their work owing to the heavy rains Mr Will Stewart Is very sick Mr Amos Skinner Is no better Mr and Mrs Leonard Taylor are Isiting Mrs Taylors aunt pith Floyd Baize Beaver Dam Miss Carrie Swihart Pellvllle was the guest of Miss Sallie Ford Suns layMrs Elms Lyons goes to Owensboro omorrpw to visit her daughter Mrs Edwin Bruner Mr Willis Corley is quite sick Mr and Mrs John Bell Thruston visited Mrs Bells father MrSllm laynes last week Mrs Solomon Obenehain will spend the summer with her daughter Mrs Obe Burdett Miss Dora Helm has the mumps An infant son pf Mr and Mrs Guy Hinton died the 11th inst Mr Will Crowe has moved onto rtr Bob Millers place Miss Hallie Miller has returned from Vhitesville after several days visit Mr and Mrs C W Phillips mid- Bon James visited at R M Millers Thursday Mrs George Barnett and son Wil Ue are visiting in Evansville Homer Milligan is in Hartford GRADUATING CLASS From left to rIght they are Harry Bennett John W Marks lHss EdnaGolda Cecil Miss Iva Taylor John A Bennett Charles Ross Bennett Miss Mary G K own 4 t I c f gv 1- A a vrv OURTI oMOnlyet Will be Completed Be fore Limit The Ohio Circuit Court convened In regular session Monday May 20 with Jubge T F Birkhead on the benc and Commonwealths Attorney B D Ringo and County Attorney E M Woodward present to look after the interest of the Commonwealth Sher iff R B Martin and his able corps of deputies are gathering in the witnesse for the grand jury who are dole right good business somewhat less than usual though the usual amount This is only a two weeks term but if present dispatch obtains during the remainder of the week the docket wil be practically completed The grand jury Is composed of the following twelve whose religion pot itlcs ami ages are given P E Hock er age 56 Methodist Democrat J B Renfrowage 37 Christian Democrat H J Milligan age 27 Baptist Demo crat M F Harrel age 49 Christian Republican R L Godsey ago 45 Baptist Democrat Lee Williams age 58 Baptist Democrat W P Render age 66 Baptist Republican C H Maddox age 28 Methodist Democrat W P Withers age 46 Christian Re publican S A Davenport age 58 Baptist Republican J S Cecil age 50 not a member of any church and a Democrat P E Hocker was select ed as foreman J B Renfrow clerk and Homer Milligan sheriff of the grand Jury The names of those who have been empaneled as petit jurors are as fol CI lor Geo Keown Jr Robert W Maddox James Mills V B Curtis Dan AHmlre W H Rhoads Frank ReInolds J V Sproule W P C Loyd R C Hudson Arthur Phillips L B Tichenor Wade Baize Winston Smith Jake Southard R C Tay lor J E Maddox and EC Baird J C Hall who was adjudged to be of unsound mind at a former term of the Ohio Circui Court was by a Ju ry empaneled Tuesday pronounced to be of sound mind All hte Commonwealth cases slfor Monday were continued except Commonwealth vs Wm Hatler charg ed with unlawfully selling liquor verdict of the jury tint guilty Comth vs Will Duke charged with unlawfully selling liquor verdict of jury guilty and fined 50 and ten days in jail- Comthr vs Thomas Coghill charged with shooting with intent to kill plea Iin bar sustained and prosecution dis missed The Comih cases on Tuesdays locket were disposed of as follows Cnnth vs David Duke continued Comth vs1 Will Evans continued Comth vs Minnie Jarvis contin uedComth vs Willie Ralph law and facts to court and fined 20 and Comth vs Bernie McDanlel costI and facts to court and fined and cost i Comth vs W L Luwlace on mo lion of Comth Attorney filed away with leave to reinstate Comth vs Albert Jennings fined 20 and costs Comth vs Flora Burden fined 20 tad costs Comih vs Win Martin fined 20 lad costsrComih vs Ellis Burden fined 50 tnd costs by jury Comth vs Toni Toms fined 50 and ten days In Jail r chnnedwjthmurder Ind the defendant guilty of voluntary manslaughter and fix his punish 4- b iqt n r Y N fiveiment in the penitentiary for yearsrThe civil docket s t for was p f01l0ws1VfkIreF tinuedr tAI verdict of Jury 33 for plaintiff Sarah J Richards c vs J W Odell c on mbtlon of plaintiff a j new trial was granted Comth vs Toni Coghll required toj I execute bond in the sum of 500 to I keep the place j Comth vs I C R R Co actioni 1No 4498 fined 100 No 4525 fined 7 100 j Comth vs Jack Hall charged with i selling personal property belonging to I another Sentenced to the penitentiary i for four years There has been but one common law action tried i Only five indictments have been re turned by the present grand jury clas ified as follows Four for shooting at another withou wounding and one for seduction under promise of mar riage SMALLHOUS- Mr 0 W Overhults who has been suffering from a severe cold for sev eral day s Is some better Mr R D Hunter Utica has re turned to his home after several days visit to his parents Mr and MrsJ Robert Hunter and other relatives here Mrs Fred Boone and children visited her parents Mr and Mrs Jahns recently at Nelson Creek Mr Charlie Overton went to South Carrollton Tuesday Mr Henderson Kirtley Island and Mr Austin of Virginia dined at Mr Alva Galloways last Monday Mr Fred Boone and family Mr Alva Calloway and daughter went to Central City lust Tuesday- S E Hunter went to Central City last Tuesday Rev Grant filled his regular ap pointment at Equality hats Sunday Mr and Mrs Clinton Igleheart and daughter Mr and Mrs Bob Fulkerson and Mrs Oppio Klttinger returned Tuesday fron Evansville Owen Hunter went to Hartford last ThursdayThe school at Equality is progressing nicely I Mrs W T Lawrence and Miss Euva Faught were guests of Rev G H I Lawrence at Beaver Dam recently- S T Haunter rind daughter Mrs Esklne Fulkerson went to SouUi Carrollton Monday Mrs Bolt spent last week in Center town while Mr halt went to KnoxtJvllle Tenn Miss Ethel Hunter went to Hartford herI ins She was accompanied by her brother So E HunterI For the- Children ITo ci succeed these days you must have plenty ofgrlt cour age strength How Is it with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pare and rich and builds up theq tvThennlei the bowe m Cor laxativedoese d0A7erCoLowellbraI i pibl4aithe i 11- i4 In t t o 4A fffttA J i v 5 r1I Vay + Jsv Ir- t S Yf v ihS e i = I Twyf 77rM1F I I j jI 4C bit JAS H WILLIAMS = bit bit1fiIfi I lit Ifi Dealer In lit fill Kinds of Paints Oils all- Paper to n and Sundries J r Prescriptions Carefully Compounded from = JJ t1the Purest and Freshest of Drugs = Ifi tit = lleadgUarters for School Books and School a Supplies of Euerii Description I 4 lit = Have just opened a News Depot where all the = J latest Magazines can be found or Ordered on short = W notice Give us a call Polite attention at all = tIi times i 49 j i MAIN STREET HARTFORD KENTUCKY ii it IIartf6r Republican FRIDAY MAY 24 Illinois Central RailroadTime Table a North Bound goal li Bound 1No1S2dlleC07 a m So1lldu113Ium p m No 101 due SMS pm No 102 due 248 pm No 111 due 040 p m The stylish Slippers are at Fairs Buy your Trunks and Suit Cases at FairsFresh Fish always on hand at City 0 Restaurant Long and shart Silk Gloves al Barnard Cos Bring us your Hens Eggs and Wool CARSON CO New pretty Val Laces Insertions to match at lairs- Yardwide Black Taffeta Silk 125 value 100 at Fairs The Very best Shirts for 50c and 1 are found at Fairs S Miss Ethel Hunter is the guest of Miss Vera Hawkins city the goods of the season good new and cheap BARNARD CO The latest thing in embroidered col lars at Barnard Cos Come to Fairs for the prettiest Wash Goods Large selection Restaurants Steak and Fish pleats cant be beat Fine as silk You will find Just what you need for your kitchen at Barnard Cos- WANTEDBoarders by the day or week MRS T M TAYLOR Mr VL Brown of Taylortown came to see us while here Tuesday I Keep the flies out Get your Screens of Hartford Mill Co They make all sJzesttt Why pay 20 for a Suit when Fairs sell highgrade clothlpg at 10 and 1260 Oh my what good eating at City Restaurant Everything so nice and clean Mail your orders to the Hartford Bot tttlng drinks works for all kinds of bottled The place to buy 5c and lOc goods Is at Fairs Basement20c and 25c Values there Mrs L E Everly Matauzas is the I guest of her parents Mr nnd Mrs Joe C Bennett City Miss Edith Tlchenor Livermore is I the guest of Miss Martine Bennett during Commencemen Mis Brtha Pirtle who is an active candidate in our popularity contest made usa plgasant call Monday K Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry46ttFORSALpalr of good work mules and driving horseswork any where THOMAS L MILLER Magan Ky r The Hartford Bottling Works oper MrJ Ted by Hoover Bros is now prepar + ell to fill orders for Pop Ginger Ale andall kinds of soft drinks x J The Hartford Mill Co wants to sell you any material you need to build or repair your house Roofing very b cheap f Misses Bertba and Mary Pirtle Wes Hartford are the guests of their un- tZi Mrs SJT Barnett during Commence t pie t it1jtp S 11 w I a1il1Ji I f i IiiJ J Tr I to r NaULindley Point Pleasant called to see us Tuesday I Ice Cream Sherbet and Cold Drinks at City Restaurant INew attractions InFairs Gc and lOc i Basement this week City Restaurants Pine Apple Sher bet is simply fine Try It Editor C E Smith returned from a business trip to Louisville Tuesday I Shingles and odd size Windows and Doors a specialty HARTFORD MILL CO Special sale on ready to wear Skirts and Walsh this week Dont fail to see them BARNARD CO City Restaurant Is better prepared than ever to serve the people Every thing flrslcnrs We carry a complete assortment of Clothing Shirts and Dress Goods CARSON CO When in need of dental work of any kind call on Dr Renfrow over Baughns store Mr V B Curtis Ceralvo who Is a em etihIthe ettJury called to see us Tuesday You will find the best and cheapest line of Mattings Rugs and Carpets in town at Barnard Cos We want your Wool Will pay highest market price either cash or trade at Carson Co City Restaurant will be loaded with good things to eat Saturday Ball Game and during Circuit Court Mr Clarence Ashby efficient sales man and collector for S J Tichenor McHenry called to see us yesterday FOR SALErA scholarship in the Hartford Business Institute Call on or address THE REPUBLICAN Miss Mertie Wllliford Nocreek a prominentcandidate in our popularity contest was a pleasant caller Tuesday Call at Fairs Carpet Department and see their Art Squares Rugs Floor Oil Cloth Mattings Lace Curtains Etc Miss Nona Rhbads daughter of Mr C J Rhoads Franklin Ky is the guest of Miss AnmrElizn Keown city 4 Buford neighborhood was visited by a heavy hail storm Jost Sunday after noon which resulted in considerable damage Childrens day will be observed at the Alejyiodist church Sunday morn- Ing citntlons and music will be th features x ReVjJ A Lewis filled his regular appointment at the Methodist church Sunday night A large audience en Joyed a fine sermon Mr Chester Keown formerly of our town traveling for Swift Co of St Louis Is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs C P Keown Owing to the fact that we were crowded for time this week wo did I not count the votes in ourpopulariy I contest It will appear next week I Why not bring your ChickensEggs HamsFeathers and all kinds of good produce to Carson Co And get in re turn tho very best of merchandise We are just in receipt of a nice lot of Oxfords and Southern Ties the W L Douglas kind Alt of the new styles and toes at Carson Co The residence of Mr Joe Sandefur near Beaver Dam was burned yesterday at noon The contents was almos to have tnrsted from a defective flue It wa inssured fora small amount Yt I F I If I 2 o c 41 wT Mr S T Williams Rob Roy was a pleasant caller Wednesday Hon R C Jarnngln Rob Roy made us a pleasant call Wednesday Dr A F Stanley returned Tuesday Louis311a Soloman Denlson a laborer at Taylor Mines was killed by an Iatr- alh at Beaver Dam last Sunday Subscribe for THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN and help your sister or sweetheart to go to the Jamestown Exposition free Read particulars in another column Pay your subscription to The Republican and assist your sister wife sweetheart or daughter to go to the Jamestown Exposition tree See parr ticulars elsewhere in these columns It you want your hose screened all over from cellar to garretor a house built outandout from a toy play house to a skyscraper at a reasonable rate call on W H Mauzy Hartford Ky 45t2 The army Worm is still doing great damage to meadows on bottom lands West of town They have almost ruined about 50 acres for Mr Rowan Holbrook However as yet the pest seem to bo limited to a small terri tory Capt James M DeWeese has re ceived notice that a physical examina tion of members of Company H will be held in Hartford Sarurday May 25 The examination will be conducted by Major Surgeon of the regiment or by members of the Medical depart ment Mrs Lucy T Cooper has sold her residence on Washington street to Mr T R Barnard of the firm of Barnard Co Consideration 1850 The sale was effected by Barnett Smith Mr Barnard will move his family here and occupy the residence about the first of next month Mrs Cooper will go to Lexington to take abvantage of a scholarship which silo holds in the State University Mr P F Foreman representing the Archiball Vheel Co of Lawrence prosIfleetingtory He is well pleased with Hartford and the surrounding timber sup ply and the prospects are good for the location here White oak and hickory timber from 10 inches up will be used and the factory will employ about twenty men The output will be shipped to Lawrence Mass for use in the manufacture of Automo biles Knights of Friendship Owensboro Kentucky June 14th The Illinois Central Railroad Co will sell round trip tickets to Owens boro Ky at one and onethird fare plus 25 cents on June 14th limited June 15th for return JE WILLIAMS Agent I ROCKPORT- May I 22Rev McCutcheson filled his regular appointment at the Pres byterian church Sunday morning and night I i Mr H E Jackson went to Cincin nati Tuesday I Mr and Mrs E L Dupuy went to Woodbury Sunday i Mr L J3 Jones Evansville was in Rockport Sunday I Misses Lizzie Stevens and Verna Duke visited thelrhomes Sunday Miss Sudlo Mnddox is Visiting relatives in Beaver Dam Mr Strauther Rochester was in Rockport Sunday Mr Way Harden has returned from Bowling Green where he has been attending school Mr John T Jackson went to Ev ansville Sunday to visit his mother SQ From left to right lower row Jin Top row Hayden Curtis John J i fIi t r J ir 1 i DECLAMATORY CONTESTANTS MarksMissTHREE YIOLENTDEATHS IN EASTERN KENTUCKY I Boy Killed by Gun Physician Falls and Neck Broken Girl Strang led by Collar Button I Crab Orchard Ky May 2VNews has just been received here of three deaths one in Rockcastle cotlnty the others in Laurel resulting from pe culiarly unfortunate accidents Near Livingston the eightyearold son of James Durham attempted to remove a gun which was leaning against a tree In some way it wrs i discharged and the load tore away his arm at tho shoulder After sev eral hours of intense suffering the boy died At Altnmonl Laurel county Dr E H Green a well known physician lately of Sebree Ky climbed to the roof of a back porch to make some repairs The roof broke through and ho fell upon a kitchen table breaking his neck and dying almost instantly He was a Confederate veteran and a man of high connections He leaves a widow two daughters and two sons the lattT living in Louisville At Pittsburg Laurel county Jessie Mhy Brown a girl of eight years was sent by her mother to get a collar button Putting the button In her mouthshe started to run to her mother and swallowed It Strangu lation caused death in a few minutes BEAVER DAM May 22Rev A B Gardner filled his regular appointment here Sunday Mr F J R Davenport wife and daughter of Wnxachachie Tex are visiting relatives in town This is Mrs Davenports first visit to Kentucky in 26 years They formally lived here Mr J M Porter has returned home after an extended visit through the South and West Mr t H Loyd and daughter Miss Verda of Aetnaville spent Saturday and Sunday in town I MlssSue Jlnkiis of Habit who has been visiting in town the last few days has returned home j Miss Lizzie Stevens of Rockport j spent Sunday with her parents here Mr H B Taylor has sold his inter j est In the livery firm of Taylor Chlnn ton Mr Other Dexter and Fred I v CooperMr Arbuckle bought the build ings upon the ground bought for the new school buildings and will move FAD OF HARTFORD COLLEGE OAE- I D Ford Trimble Pondleton Willie S Williams Estill Barnett Claude Mn 1- t Ji iioJIfS 0 t J 4 t them to the adjoining lot Miss Annie Smhh of McHenry was in town Tuesday Mr Jno M Carson and Dr Posey of Morgantown were in town Monday enrouto to Henderson to the Demo crat Convention to nominate candi into for Railroad Commissioner The R E G and M t E Literary Society gave a Banquet at the School hall Saturday night Certificates of Promotion were issued at school Hall Monday morn ing to all those who had successfully passed their respective grades There were very few that failed to pass Mr S J Tlchenor of Mel lenry was in town Tuesday Mr Dan Kelly of Luzerne spent Sunday in town Mr B F Gray was elected Trustee9 to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Mr F O Austin Mrs Will Travis of Owensboro is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs 0 P Brunton this week Miss Pearl Pate of McIIonry spent Sunday with her parents here Mrs Jessie Cannon of Owetisbpro who has been visiting In town the past few days returned home Monday Mr J P Stevens Is attending the Convention at Henderson this week Quite a number of young people at tended the Commencement exorcises at Hartford Tuesday night Mr E D Tilford wife and children of Morganfield are visiting relatives In town this week Mr Hubert Stanley who has been on tho sick list for the past week is out again Mr Dee Miller wife and Children spent Sunday with relatives in Hart fordMrs lutes and daughter Miss May of Rockportwere in town Tuesday A Card To the Republicans of Ohio Co Sometime ago 1 became a candi date for tho Republican nomination for the leglslature from Ohio county in order to file suits to test the con stitutionality of the act of the last Legllsature and redistricting this Leg islatlvo District and having won the suits In the varous courts and having no special desire to go to the Legislature at this time I am no longer a candidate for the nomination having acomplishod my purpose I wish to thank nil who were so kind HS to of fer their assistance and suporl and asserts them that their offer of assistance is highly appreciated Very truly- S A ANDERSON VETS lbert Hanson Keown Ross Taylor plea Shelby Stevens and Owen Jones I FOR THE BUSY READER The GJV ram nl has decided to re new the casts against the socalled fertilizer trust before the United States District Court at Richmond Va t- An association formed for the pur pose of organizing the negro voters of the country has filed articles of incorporation at Washington The temperance question continuos to be the chief topic of discussion among the 1000 commissioners of tho Northern Presbyterian general assembly Nine heirs attending the sale of affects of the late John Smithat Frank lin became ill of ptomaine poisoning after eating canned salmon One Is in a serious condition + R Uncle Sams only woman diplomat Mrs Margaret A Hannnfor a number of years Private Secretary to Assistant Secretary of State Adee will attend the peace conference at The Hague The special grand Jury which has been considering Insurance matters at Now York Wednesday returned seven indictments against President liege man of the Meroplian Life Insurance Company By a combiner ion of the forces of Southall and Landrnm Me D Fergu son won the nomination for Railroad Commissioner in tine Democratic con vention at Henderson Wednesday on the nineteenth ballot The Commissioner of Corporations Inn report to the President asserts that the history of the Standard Oil Company shows a Instruction of competition nnd H consequent monopolization of the entire Industry President Daz will be appealed to jto step the big textile workers strike on in that country Both sides have taken a determined stand and thoro is no settlement in sight 4 The seem of Count Honi de Castol liinf against the decision of the court which on November 14 last granted a divorce to the Countess do Castellnno formerly Anna Gould of New York will come up in Paris tomorrow Kansas tray force the railroads to adopt a flat rate of two cents for all passenger fares and a complaint will bo made to the Railroad Commission urging that the roads be required to educe fares t + M Mfrcw county temperance forces iuiv asked both cnndldntes for Repre S fMvf to sign a pledge to aunort 11 meal option measures and one o- Ctm Ii8 afire d to vote for a bill male g I State tile unit instead of tho county Tit Dtinccrnfq searchers hsv1 tIll r hid a n w pttetde114a1 possibility n William Al xandr Harris of Lynn vod Kan Ho Is regarded as a strong find chin man and Is expctil to fgur in iu race for the nomlnu n if Mr Bryan declines to run For Sale A new cottage on Smith street East Hartford addition Just erodedI with four rooms Chomp for cash or ou easy terms Apply to- BARNETT SMITHI Notice There will bo a call meeting hold Saturday June 1st 1907 at McHenry school house Meeting called at ono oclock p in for the purpose of con sidering ways and means where wo may locate a house whereby wo may handle the products of the farm Signed J C Whltaker President Chas W Mulllkln Secretary S O Foglo nnd E T DlshonlCbmmUleo I l n j hH ft a a J 1 I t c I tJ r J 4 r I t tt P 13 k I n II T V J 4 4 r 1 i I 1 j 0 f t 1tIIqtlll1cmW ft+ I I i I I f SELF FEEDERS Experience Which Seem to Explod f Some Pet Poultry Theorlea Wo should always aim to prevent bverfceding as well as underfeeding writes a correspondent of tho Nations Stockman and Farmer We shout also remember that tho value of foot depends upon Its digestibility and Its assimilation by the consumer This brings us to the question how to feet to obtain the maximum digestibility and assimilation The hen Is not only omnivorous but also a perpetual cater It naturally follows that some of her feed should bo before her all day This brings us to the topic of self feeders Various contrivances are made in which to deposit grains etc from which at any tImo the hen may obtain a morsel Hero another question presents Itself tho economy of the self feeder versus the regular menu process Under which circumstance will a lien eat the more when It has free access to feed 01 when It Is given her at regular Inter vats Our experience Mediterranean breed Is that they will eat less com when they have free access to ear corn than when given the shelled at periods We have also learned that a liberal supply means economy For example If a flock will eat ten cars a day when this amount Is given them In the morning all will bo consumed and some days they are looking for more But If seventy ears are deposited on Monday morning very likely some will be left at the end of the week Of course If we wish to give them only a mite of some special feed we must adopt some other method Our method of feeding Is simply this The hens have free access to ear corn In summer we keep plenty of ear corn under the trees Some grains we gen orally give in the scratching room or in tho leaves under the trees If we give soft feed we prepare a potful and place It where the hens that are BO minded an help themselves It is Best Whenever the Tariff is under dis cussion it is declared not only that the Tariff is a tax on the consumer but It is Intimated that the funds which go into the Federal treasury are there for no good purpose It cost from two to three million dollars a day to run this country on the scale upon which it is now being nand people do not appear to be Isgusted with the scale or with the gentlemen in charge But we must re enforce tho treasury from some source Through our internal reven ue tax we raise large sums on the taxed luxuries through our Tariff we raise large sums for income and for the retention of the home market We have a full treasury fine home trade and record breaking foreign trade Suppose we have FreeTrade Tho government had to borrow money under the Wllsondormon law Not one of our American industries except such as are not menaced by high finance and by our failure to protect America shipping Is handicapped All buslnes is fine and railways cant handle it Now is It best to tinker tIme Tariff and to go to the WilsonGorman law or is it best to regulate industrial con splracy and high finance and renew prosperity by cutting out causes that makes for industrial distrust and ar rested credit The Dingley Tariff pro motes three good results domestic trade foreign trade and easily paid tax overflowing the treasury Tren ton Gazette Excursion Rates to Louisville and conenItlonleave Louisville returning not later than June 22 1907 Rate one fare I plus 25 cents for round trip J E WILLIAMS Agent Eye Grafting is Scientific Marvel I TIll successful transplanatlou of the I cornea literally giving n blind man beIreckonedof surgery says a London paper The patient lately exhibited by Dr Zirm hlldl10itulcersIt that the surgeons had tc take out the eye of an 11yearold boy which had been ruined by a steel splinter although the cornea was left intact and pieces from this eye were inserted in slits cut in the opaque cornea of the mans eyes Almost nor mal vision was restored to the right eye the experiment falling in the left A slight veil can be seen over the restored eye but small print can be read CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- E1gnatare of Which It is interesting at least even if not important to learn at this time when antiTariff folks are fussing about Tariff revision that FreeTrade England is in the throes of indus trial stagnation Englands statesmen have at least concluded that England cannot support her people Work is loo scarce and work people I t too many In this dilemma tho stat men are urging The people to en grate Now see what Js occurring hi regard to Tariff ridden America As we write this it is creditably Bta ed that there are today 48000 men women and children on shipboard nnd in ports waiting passage coming to this country Another thing that may be said in this connection is that dur- Ing the last FreeTrade admlnistrti lion In this country the tide of Immigration slowed up if it did not turn the other side Aside from the Tariff FreeTrad suggestion we make here It may also be said that the antiImmigration pet pie can make a point In favor of their Idea by securing drastic Tariff revis- Ion With tho disappearance of Tart made prosperity immigration to this country will want Tariff revision and no immigrants or Tariff and more people Dover Del Sentinel Awful Roast of the Peekaboo- A Cincinnati Judge made the following remarks to Miss Alva Hall who appeared In his court wearini a peekaboo waist That wont do here You can not come to this cour unless you wear all of your clothing I will continue this case so that yoi can get out of hero quickly and get on a decent waist When you corn for trial do not have that kind of a waist on I will fine you to tin very limit of the law He after wards said I am opposed to the peekaboo waist Womens crowning glory is her modesty and 1 do 1I0t think that peekaboo waists have anj crowns on them I will not hav women como In the court with such immodest clothing I do not thin that exposure of that kind is of nn benefit to the health of the wearer either 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at leas 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 Catarrh being a constitutional disease Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the systemlhere by destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strengt 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 d Co Toledo O Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation m C Should Women Popr The women should have equal rights with men concerning proposals of mar ridge was the stand taken recent at a meeting of the New York City Federation of Womens clubs Mrs Bello de Rivera president of the Fed eration said that women certainly should have the right to propose ai well as men She said she wondered how women were going to marry If they never had an opportunity Speaking on the same subject Mrs Dora Lyon President of the Electric Club said she thought It would be per fcctly proper for girls to propose in many cases She said a rich girl should have the right and that she might go about it In this way Now my dear if you would care to marry me I will obtain your parents consent I am able to support you In the style Iour tastes require and you need not worry about a bank account For a cold or a cough take Ken icdys Laxative Cough Syrup It is LETTER that any other cough remedy ecause its laxative principle assures a healthy copious action of the bowels and at the same it heals Irritation oC the throat strengthens the bronchial tubes and allays inflammation ot the mucous membrane Contains loney and Tar pleasant to take Najtlonalby all druggists m It Is Strange Isnt it strange that In the soloc lion of the eleven Jurors front Scott county for jury service in the Hargis trial at Lexington last week everyone of them should be a democrat dis plte the fact that there are about 2000 Republican voters In Scott county sectionto try Caleb Powers nt Georgetown ul1 tho jurors should be Democrats with possibly one exception and he HIS of a strong Democratic family und had only voted the Republican icket perhaps once In his life We will now watch the outcome of the case now on trial nt Lexington In which there is a preponderance of evidence to show that Judge Hargis was on the ground advising and assist- Ing and protecting the assassins wno 10 foully murdered Dr Cox in Jack IIQn from the windows of the Court- House and see if these Democratic urors from Scott county are as anx- Ious to hang a leading Democratic oHticlun who is charged with conspiracy to assassinate a Republicans they were to hang Caleb Powers I a 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rapped the convention order looked out on 150 Demo crats and 3 Republicans vlio had fail ed get tickets to the ball gamefor reasons which they refuse o give but they were destined tpwitiups a show which thos rut at the ball game turn green with jealousy Tho chair announced nominations I rJfor chairman in order whereupon the supporters placed In nomination Judge John n Wilson and the Furguson adherents put up Hon R E L Slmmerman Judge Wilson was declared elected about three jority Editor Hebcr Matthews vw then elected Secretary and the following committee on resolutions np pointed YL Moseley Z Wayne Griffin Dr E B T N Daniel and A F Jones The commit tee was furnished with of typo written resolutions were far Finn as the chair had by seine unnc countable oversight named till members J r I 1 i l 1ry + + w rw- Iti i r + i jyltkr- t of the committee Flout men I the committee was out Hon j H P Taylor G U Likens and others respectiveed that Ferguson was being sup by the railroads cued alluded 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the Ferguson men but to no avail They had been put out at first base and with no other alternative left they organized u convention In time court house yard electing R E L Simmerman chairman and F L Felix secretary This convention for Ferguson Mr Mat hews secretary of the Finn convention refus ed to sign the report as declared the chairman Is understood that Mr Matthews made out a report show Lug that the was In favor of amid withFerguson sides I stacks of affidavits sent their men I to Henderson the convention f iwlll be called to pass upon I muddleIDemocracy is trying tot pull Itself toi enough t anoswer the questions 1 1ft T iI fI I c iJ J j f t r 0 r Millinery I I Superior workmanship In any profession always brings the most profitable reliable and satisfactory results Our Millinery department has always secured the very best service obtainable and the satisfaction to ourselves and customers has been graUfyingThis department con tinues io be a leader with and everybody We are not surprised that we continue to be the most popular people in this section when we note genuine originality in each individual pattern embracing in style and shape and patternall new features which tho style centers have created Visit Miss Cain and realize all we have said by malting purchases at prices profitable yo- uDress Goods This season has produced patterns and fabrics that are appealing to the eye Our purchases have been very cartful and front the best markets and you will not be disappointed after stlng our line as it Is com plete in every detail dress Goods Voiles Mohairs Panamas and all new fabrics in prices and colors 0 suit all buyers Wash Dress Goods In Voiles Paris Tissue c A beautiful line of of White Goods 8 13c per yard to 50c Silks and Walstings em bracing all that is beautiful In fact this d partm eat should not bn wonted us a secondary matter by any lady waning fahionnll gods at popular prices Shoes and Oxfords The warm days have compelled nur s in n w purcHtsrs us well as some specials in Ladles and Gents Oxfords We are offering seine very snappy articles surprising prices Ltd s from 98c 10 350 Dont fall see our ImniHiso line feel to business and solicit your art your rtoro your K 11 k embracing Stoves urd nanny SIJit us Ve nlwayB rMdy to and Pmluie aul nlr Il1Iready to anxious to Off our mammon stock Dont hat our Yti s v weeks ty selecting district variousvention seemed to care blow to clear he to would by ma a copy which While ported This which During count of meat or times drawn guns claim vention bolting by It Both where on the Ether us the Voolen Lawns from ns to Oxfords tether enough to answer the question Who struck Billy Patterson and why did he do it at that time and placeDelegates were appointed as follows Dr A S Yewell T C Park J U McDanIe1 Rowan Holbrook S L Ful kerson E G Kirtle Dr B X Pat terson Z Wayne Griffin HrJ Taylor J Birch Taylor S K Cox 1 F VIckers G B Likens J D Holbrook A C Yelser Alternates JB Miul dox Tip Bean C M Taylor J M Porter F M Allen T M Hatchtr H T Her B N Wilson W H Barms P H Alford F C Bennett USE AN INCUBATOR In Ttc Days It Does Nei Pay to Ret on Natural MUtfcxU i In spite of too finl ttxki last seasons smile of Incubators t4 iwtlmated at over lioOOOO not every yuuttry keeper oper ates 11 u says L E Keysei In Western Poultry JuimiuL Many still hatching with twit i amid others who have made u falhiru with their first incubator have regatcrl M to the store room timid returned to the old method This failure nay mat hue been the I fault of the InculKitcn surd If It was there is no reason why one should abandon the use of up fc dime methods There are good IncubutoM which are r material help to all who raise poultry and indispensable to tlKc who raise any appreciable number of chicks It is often possible to rijfan old Incubator WIlIIngstated to be necessary In a first class butcher If the okl machine is really no good buy a new one You have paid dearly for your flret experience but If later you a good machine this early loss can HOOD be repaid No person can now profitably raise poultry without Incubator and a system of brooding It does not pay to wait the pleasure the hen and then tend her for three weeks in order to get from six to ten chicks when wo can take off a hundred or more in time same time and do it at a time when the chicks are wanted With the In cubator we can get early chicks before the hen has thought of sitting We can hatch a brood of broilers that will pay for the llncubntor before it is wanted for hatching the breeding and laying st knnll after the natural hatching season we can make another hatch of blebs that will sell Jo tho toll Jor 1 1 A air c 1f 1 fi 1 tt i r- a ti wutofs These late CHICKS Known JH some sections us cold storage broilers find a renl1 sale nUll while tho price is not hl lithu birds have not cost much as they will have secured time larger portion of their food from the range and fields from which the grain has been harvested An Excellent Poultry House In the Illustration is shown a partic ularly valuable typo of poultry house especially for the man who has com paratively little space to devote to his poultry One of the greatest problems for the iKMiltry raiser to solve Is the matter of providing shade for tilt old as well as for the growing The man who uses a poultry house like tho one shown In the Illustration need HOUSE von IOLLTISY never worry nliout shade fur he hums It ready Mode The house Is practically on stilts and under It the hens may p whenthe rays of the sun make life al most unbearable The space below tin house also affords an excellent phi e In which to put a few hens with chicks or In warm weather an Indoor brooder may be put as the place Is of perfectly dry It will be seen at a glaiue that such a poultry house may be built In as many sections as desired or it may be built of only one section about 10 by feet Caring For the Eggs The quicker you gather your eggs after being laid the easier to keep them clean The clean bright shell Is an essential Item After you have gath eyed your eggs dont forget and leave them out In the sun or the back of the stove but put them In your egg case and keep the eggcase in a cool dark place with the lid on Time eggs should not be allowed to remain In time nest to be trouped on and fought over or sat on five or six hours by a broody hen or two or maybe three Feed Hens Liberally Dont keep your birds too short rations Laying birds need a plentiful supply of food to do their best Wo e f 1 tC aI J J WLDOUGLAS L I 350 easy rior that have resulted in sale of any 350 shoe in world J This make It a for those who have tried L s 350 shoes to wear them this o season and thus prove that they are better than any other 350 shoes and equal to sold at much While such action by L I must of impair profits he is cer tain that the business which it assures prov wisdom of such action Our usiiil large proud of the commit wt are ivc + Ivrg st our LtUtkt NVckw liu8 Kelts Maud HUSK Hair Ombi all inv tud tiT Al Shirts Collars IMiu and In fact tny 11 ped store I patronage to furnish wants in mentioned are liming plate in wants anforg cirre force V I personal no Fulkerson to have made eyed Pendleton r anything instructed count millinery art secure an of stock there course lii on on higher nun t lfllleve that there are ninny bird In this country that are overfed tin we know of many locks that we ia there to be half starved says HellubK Poultry Journal and yet their owner wonder why the birds dont lay Yoi cannot pet ejrgH In any gnat quantlt unless your feed liberally Cost Is abou a dollar a year per bird Another For Chicken Pox Chicken pox Is usually caused bj damp filthy anil Is verj hard to met rid of unless the house IIUtl yards are cleaned and lima Infected The curative treatment ton Rlsts of bathing the affected parts with and water In to soften tin crusts and afterward apply a soititloi of sulphate of copper n- i dram to a half pint of ointment will also he found to be ver beneficial t of the Liver IEnlargem thellver Is eierjillj of uraln and Inch IIIprone condition It is best to kill For tin lock adopt a bulky diet rite mm green food atul leM Ktvln Cite nisi j as touch exorcise aa possible Wood Out tho Worthless In nearly every Hack are ho that really are a dl jTrace HtI ww thoai out before lntjU Tu chance are they are not pivlur for themsolvr now and surely will not If allowed t run at large aural match ticlr progcn next j TEN IMPORTANT the Most poultry keeper are prone to make maid they arise fro quently not so from Iguorauci I as from or force of clr cumstances says A V Meersch ill Western Poultry Journal as all mistakes in poultry hoopla l lire apt to prove costly it is no ha plan for the iwultry keeper to put perl odlcally the following questions t i himself 1 Am I m fowls lu any way 21 Are my I receiving any unsuitable articles 01 diet a In my nit + for irs am forcing erg to tie jIHllIh detriment of my bretin r tvulun next spring Vj I tru the plcj of isy stock oy t itnj ctr that taint of uscuse I U t NEMMAQE W Lm Douglas never cheapens his shoes While the high price of leather will make it for other W L Douglas shoes will J continue to afford those 1 1- L cellent styles exIand super I wearing qualities the largest the will especially desirable never W Douglas footwear ordinarily prices W Douglas necessity yet increased will the Ladies stick IinishingsI 11clI furnishing Ties i1 yw Insisting other Wl MCEiYSI KYBI seething brought Incubator Cure surroundings thoroughly soap order Viluestonci water Carbolic tivi season POINTS Certail1Iexperienced much forgetfulness Nevertheless overcrowding fowl Iety production frpii nohoreaitary Ivide being transmitted i Is iiy poultry yard In the highest possible state of ellicleucy viz have 10e0ey reason to be satisfied with the way my birds are fed housed tie 1 handled tm Are my fowls ovfiJtd 7i ire my fowl houses as tree as they should be from red Mites nVas mind other Insect pests 8 Am I certain that the fowls wa ter is the purest and Is supplied reg ularly In clean receptacles 1IAm I reserving sufiklent fresh ground for chlekeii rearing Ill Is my stock of time sort most suited to my needs viz do I direct my ellorts to the elimina tion of mousrels nail had layers Duck Wisdom I- ISoud weather Id yiuiiiv ducks Is an old saying applied to wet days There Is not one ilt of truth lit It Xothux CUll be worse fur them than ti rainy lay The silly things will stanil with open mouths giilng upward until they drawn During a rainy perlinl they should be coiiiiiol in a dry momy iovp HL sure tLit limey Iavo Iit of ilx ilmll ti nestle djwn IB during time night Crowding them In damp quarters will curse rheumatic cud other trou blesIt Is very satisfactory to rear ducks In a pert provided It Is large enough It many mire crowded together In a small place they are sure to become stunted In their growth It Is nut wise to allow the ducklings t with otter young poultry The thick i lings will gobble up most of the feed pollute the drinking water nail make themselves anything limit a pleasure to have around I To Keep Away Lice For body lice on chicks and fowls use pure Dalmatian or Persian Insect I owder Get the fresh ground unadul terated powder rein a reliable druggist Dust this Into the plumage well down to th Kkin For mites or coop I lice use either of the following mix tares fur painting roosts and dropping loards Dissolve In kiKiseii1 all Ic wilt l take up of crmo naphthalene tlnUtss or nlx thoroughly vith one gallon of ker rootle to thiil tMno v of may good coaB tr IlInfectcnt Apply this to roosts aii dp bicrs In time middle of till r fftrcKon no tha titI1I have opportu nity to soak well Iiu time ivosts aiidl t and shy out before tic birds go I to rYPt t I PropIICfA J h s 4White Goods and Wash Fabrics predominates as the most fashionable color for Waists Skirts and full Suits Our assortment tin white materials would do credit to a town five times the size of Beaver Dam and the range of prices is from o cents per yard up to 100 per yard and every Fabric is represented from the shearest Persian Lawn to the most elaborate mercerized Waistings Lace Curtains Our increasing business in this special line necessitated the purchase of a greater variety of patterns and prices than ever before and our superb collection of beautiful patterns and big values will certainlyappeal you We show Curtains per pair at 30c 50c 7oc 85c 4to 100 125 SloO 175 200 250 300 350 3400 150 EfF a PIGEON POINTERS tSolid Nuggets of Wisdom Garnered From Various Sources Carelessness shiftlessness and n hap JJmcurd way of doing things will soon kill the most profitable business II you do not love pigeons enough to give them the proper care you had better get rid of them Tho qualifications for a successful iplgtoo IHin are patience perseverance rpluck enterprise and capital Carelessness Is more dangerous than odlseuso After the pigeons have had their Ibath remove the water Owing to Its oily scum nature It will be unfit for ruse Concentrate your efforts on one kbrced Do not be led by oddities or uncles The American Stock Keeper says that most squab breeders have proba tbly noticed that a few pairs of their i birds lire more prolific than the restI nnd they have therefore selected the young from these pairs for breeding Filth and lice are companions One cannot do business without the other Do not cultivate their friendship but rather wage war against their Isti Uradually thin out the poorer breed I ers and so year after year Increase your average I Use the same care and skill In select ing a howe for your pigeons that you would one for your own living- It I Is said that there arc more than I 10000 breeders of squabs In this coun try today Xow York city is considered the best rsquab market In the United States A foul loft breeds vermin and dls sense and as we are getting nearer the worm season a more natural one for lice It In advisable to get the habit ofIkeeping everything perfectly clean Do not feet hemp and canary seed In the reuiilur ration for the reason that If a bird Is a little out of sorts and wont eat It can often be teed to do so with a little hemp hat not so If rJt has been In the dally feed as then fU Is no change The Old Time Pip Pip Is a term usually applied to In fflammutlnn of the mucous membrane of the mouth the chief symptoms being n drying of the membrane of the mouth particularly the covering of the tongue Edges and ends of tongue be come horny and sometimes separate In the form of a hard shell Usually acv ocompanies some deranged condition of the digestive organs or some disease affecting tho nil passages May result from Inhaling Irritating dust Try moistening tongue and mouth with a- mbatule of equal pars glycerin stud cater two or three nmeS r any Trims does not give relief use a solution of fifteen grains of boric acid in an ounce of water In the same manner Keep the Houses Clean Did you ever watch a hen Just after you had put In some nice clean straw In the nest boxes Hear her talk about It when she climbs In to lay her egg She knows the difference She Is a hap- Pier hen than she was when the straw was all mussed up and It Is the happy hen that makes the money Some men say that It does not pay to clean the henhouse oftener than once a year They are the ones who want every hen on the farm killed They know hens do not pay and they do not and cannot where they are treated that way How to Set a Hen Have four or five liens hatch at the same time Then select the best moth ers and give them the chicks Often times you can dispense with one or two coops by so doing and thus make easier to care for the chicks ItI Powder the chickens and with some good Insect powder spray the coops with kerosene The hen should also be dusted and her nest fumigated when she is first given the eggs This can be repeated at Intervals during the sitting period always at night as the hen does not then mind being The hundledI II B Geer says that north of the Ohio river and In the northwest May is the best hatching month but any where south of the river In the south lUst and southwest April Is the zenith of the lunching season The April hatched chicken equals the March and even the February hatched one by mid summer In point of size and weight because It grows under favorable con ditions only and has no setbacks to re tard Its growth or to stunt it The Best Squab Breeders Homers are generally considered best for squab breeding As a rule the market pays best prices for white fleshed squabs Homers are bred In a variety of colors Some squab breeders favor the runt pigeons for squab breeding E C Rice author of The Squab Book states that homers are the most desirable for market pur poses How to Avoid Gapes It you would avoid gapes In chickens change the location of the chicken coops Put the coops on ground never used before for this purpose If this cannot be done plow the ground In tho chicken lot and use slaked lime freely under and around the ogps The joopa s 90 c8 0c0 0 1 eQi9BIoe oo Si9dOr t I StJMMtA ff i c oo6o9 9 fP O 9 I9 e J JVHtwLIIVBRY Miss Merrie King buyer and head trimmer in this department was in Louisville May 15th and our preparation for an immense summer millinery business is complete Every new feat ure that the style centers of the world have brought out is represented here The produc tions of our own work rooms for exclusiveness originality and style are unsurpassed We are anxious to show you and will leave the buying entirely to your own judgment Our Display of Printed Wash Materials- Is worthy of your most careful consideration Every new design and every new Fabric is represented in a nice range of prices and you cant fail to find something to suit your taste and your purse as well Umbrellas Parasols and Fans What would a young lady do on a warm sunshiny day without an Umbrellas and Fan We can furnish you Umbrellas and Parasols in whites blacks blues browns Greensand reds Priced at each 50c 75c 1 125 150 175 2 250 3 350 4 and 5 We are showing Fans of every description suitable for all ages and sizes Priced at each 5c lOc 15c 25c 35c 50c75c 81 125 150 r j i snouTd nave floors put in them or oe set on boards Milk as Food For Poultry Milk Is a good food at any and all times of the year but especially when bugs and worms are scarce Where milk Is abundant as it Is on most farms it should not all be given to calves and pigs A share given the chickens will pay well No better egg food can be given I Farmer Vincents Wise Sayings When a bens comb turns a pale red and she dumps around a Job of sur gory Is close at hand Better not let it run long either It takes grit to grind feed The hens know It too Get some I If a hen lays lots of eggs and good eggs too dont cut off her head Just I because she has n stray mongrel feath er In her tall An egg In the nest Is worth more than one or two pure bred feathersAs rule you cannot look for thor oughbred results from scrub stock Dont keep your hens the year round on soft stashes You like pudding and milk for a change but It would get to be an old story to find it on the table three times a tiny as long as you lIeiFarm Fannio Woods Hen Talk i Fannie Woods says In the April Farm Journal The poultry yard should be graded and ditched so that there will be no puddles of water for poultry to wade throughGive little brooder chicks a chance to get to the ground on sunny after noons They like to pick at the young blades of grass and scratch and hunt It Is necessary to keep the April hatched chicks confined a good deal on account of unfavorable weather but they must have nu occasional outing to keep them thrifty and lively as healthy chicks should be Shipping Eggs For Hatching Eggs for hatching may be shipped In well pinked baskets with excelsior and will usually arrive In good condi tion We prefer good strong wooden egg cases with pasteboard fillers and pack around sides of tillers and around eggs with ground cork or fine cut hay or chaff says Reliable Poultry Journal Put a good layer of chaff on the bottom of the box covered with paper before putting In the first layer of eggs and cover the top layer of eggs in a like manner Some breeders make a practice of wrapping each egg In soft paper as an additional pitcaution Eye Disease In Hens Eye diseases have been very common this waron t musty litter Keep toe poultry houses clean free from Irritating dust and use good disinfectants freely For the at fected birds bathe the eyes with a 2 per cent formaldehyde solution After cleansing the parts with this solution dry thoroughly and apply an ointment made by mixing one part finely pow dered lodoform with twenty parts vas eline Poultry Pay Everywhere- An enterprising poultryman of Kan sas has gone to South Africa and established one of the largest poultry farms in existence His name is J H Hildebrand and having a refrigerator car of his own he supplies Cape Town and numerous other large places in that part of the country It Is esti mated that fully 5000 chicks on an average nre Incubated there weekly March Hatched Chicks Those who are running Incubators are often inclined to hold the pullets hatched In March for next years lay ers It Is n mistake for tho reason thnt very early hatched birds are apt to molt In fall and In consequence do not again get to laying bofore some time In January April is early enough for getting out stock for future use Handle the Young Hens The wild young hen Inclined to leave the nest In n hurry when the owner comes near should never be Intrusted with eggs until she becomes accustomed to being handled Visiting her often kindness and petting Is our way of curing n wild sitter Poultry on the Farm Where beginners go wrong is not distinguishing between poultry on the farm and poultry fanning There Is a vast difference A poultry farmer should derive his living solely from poultry Rent food labor houses re pairs losses by diseases and thieves such as foxes rats etc should all be paid by the fowls The cost must come chiefly from eggs as many fowls only sell for table at the price of their food Fowls on a farm have the rent paid for by cows etc and roost in cart sheds and the like- feed ing green cut bone to chicks Put the bone before them and theyll do the rest When they are in houses spread the cut bone along feed troughs When the birds are on clean mass runs sow the bone on the grass broadcast They will go for it so eagerly it will quickly feed cut bone in hoppers Itl will clog up the hoppers and become tainted Then Took out for ptomaine poisoning Ladies and Gents Furnishings Light airy cool gauzy Underwear for the summer + girls are ready for your inspection and every garment is j2 a real value Ladies Vests priced as fullowsi k IjOc Jl5cr w 20c 25c 35c 50c Ladies Pants at per garment 15V 25c and 50c- Ladies Misses and Childrens Hosiery in plain and S lace effects in all the leading colors at per pair 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send free of any cost whatever the most popular young lady in Ohio county residing North of Rough river Jand one residing South of the river to the Jamestown Exposition We do not desire to Invite any trouble on the age question and hence make no limit Any lady who may consider herself young enough to make the trip may enter the contest The contest will close Saturday August 31 at 5 oclock p m The trip will be made sometime in the month of Sep tember and the two successful ladies will be accompanied to Jamestownby one of the editors of this paper and his wife Every item of expense in cluding railroad fare hotel bills exposition tickets etc will be met by this paper I CONDITIONS OF CONTEST orIthey will be recorded for any one of the candidates as directed Amounts of less than one dollar will be credited with a proportionate vote Any one will be allowed to vote for a candidate residing In any part of Ohio county regardless of the voters residence clipped whose name appears on the same A 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Hog Arkansas has n greater variety of hogs and less pork and lard than any State In the Union An average hog in Arkansas weighs about fourteen pounds dressed with its head off 11 can out run a greyhound jump a rail fence climb like a parrott and lives on grass roots and rabbit tracks It hasnt much tail or bristle but plenty of gall It will lick a wolf r a bear In a fight It is called razor back it is shaped like a sunfish In hunting a razorback it is always shot at sideways for there is not a ghost of a show to hit it otherwise any more than to hit a split shingle- It can drink milk out of a quart jar on account of its long thin head This type of razorback is known as the stone hog because its head is so heavy and its nose so long that It balances up behind The owner of this type of hog usually ties a stone to its tall to keep it from overbalancing and breaking its neck while running If the stone is too heavy It will pull the skin over its eyes and it will go blind He Fought at Gettysburg David Parker of Fayette N Y who lost a foot at Gettysburg writes Electric Bitters have done me more good than any medicine I ever took For several years I had stomach trou ble and paid out much money for medicine to little purpose until I be gan taking Electric Bitters I 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 m Losing Faith We knew Watts Parker of the Fayette Circuit Court when he was a young man We were pleased to see him rise to the responsible posi tion of Circuit Judge It is a sad thing to lose faith in those In whom you have confidence But that is our condition as to Judge Parker In the former trial of James Har gis the evidence appeared to be con clusive that he was guilty but un der the instructions of the court he would have been cleared but for the fact that two ren on the jury refused to follow the Instructions In the Britton case the conditions were prac tically the same except that there were five men that stood out for con victionLast week Judge Parker dismissed indictments against two men guilty of violations of the election laws It was on a technical point The Indictment did not recite that the elec tion had been regularly called In the same instructions had been given in the trial of Caleb Powers that were given In the trial of Har gis there could have been no con viction It may be alright to hang a Republican on less evidence than that on which a Democrat Is cleared but somehow or other we cannot reconcile ourselves to the justice of it SunSentinel Her Ideal Husband Several ladles sat in their club a few evenings ago discussing the vir tues of their husbands Mr Blngleton said one of them referring to her life partner neverr drinks and never swears Jiideed he has no bad habits Does he ever smoke some one askedYes he likes a cigar just after he has eaten a good meal But I sup pose on an average ho doesnt smoko more than once a month Some of her friends laughed but she didnt seem to understand why OA81 0H X A m Bean the Haw Always Bought Signature of dAiJ linen Gowns Are Now The Vogue There are so many different styles In the linen gowns this summer that this fact may be regarded as an Important now feature of the seasons modes writes Graco Margaret Gould in Wom ans Home Companion for June There are linen gowns suitable for almost every occaslonaud some pf them with their combinations of Irish taco and artistic embrolderlesnre quite as elab orate as the silk frocks The linen frock with the Jumper waist having the large armhole and the skirt with fan plaits Is a very charming model and will look well made up In any of the fancy linens A scalloped edge finishes Both the opening of tit waist and the skirt which Is in the front Many of the most fashionable of the hotweather gowns are made of linen in dark shades A dark blue lineniaused forthegown which has tke waist budtrimmed and madeRlU 1 t il r 7 sy I a vest and tho skirt plaited and cut In seven gores Lawn tucking In white or pale tan is used for the vest and the cuffs The linen bands which I trim the gown may match the tucking I or be introduced In a shade darker To the Republicans Ohio Muh lenberg and Butler Counties At a meeting of the Seventh Senatorial district held this day in pursuant to a call Issued by M S Ragland Chairman fo the Ohio county Executive Committee A majority of said committee being present personally or by proxy i After object of meeting having been stated by Chairman t was ordered that a Delegate Convention composed of delegates from the three counties aforesaid be held In Beaver Dam on June 18th 1907 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of nominating a can didate for Senator In the next Genera Assembly from this the Seventh Sen atorial District to be voted for at the 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 Conventions be held on Saturday June 15th 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 delegate to the County Delegate Conventions and that said Precinct Mass Conven tions bo held on Saturday June Sth 1907 at 2 p m standard time In each voting precinct of each of the three counties It was ordered that the basis of representation in the Senatorial Con vention be at one delegate for each one hundred 100 or fraction over fifty votes cast for the Republican electors at the Presidential election of 1904It was ordered that the basis of rep resentation In the County Delegate Convention be fixed at one delegate for each twentyfive 25 or fraction over twelve 12 votes cast for the Republican electors at the Presiden tial election of 1904 M S RAGLAND Chnm E P TAYLOR Sec Proxy ED S WOOD May the Lord help you make Buck lens Arnica Salve known to all writes J G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the pant out of a felon for me and cured it in a wonderfully short time Best onCo earth for sores burns and wounds 25c at all drug stores m HAUTESThe Stallion Will make the remainder of the seas on 1907 at S D Myrse Monday Hart ford Fair grounds Tuesday and Wed nesday and at Centertown Thursday Friday and Saturday for the nominal sum of 1000 to insure live colt money due when fact is ascertained or mare parted with This is u Stallion of fine blood good confermation splendid desposition in short he is a flue in dividual stands 15 = hands high aud- Is a rich bay with black main and tail and only 4 years old Has splen did set of black legs flue eyesbeauti ful head and ear This fine horse was sent to the Centertown Live Stock Co by the Kentucky Breeding Bureau for the purpose of improving the breed of horses in Kentucky To restore the standard of breeding to the high reputation that Kentucky has always held for fine and well bred horses What Mr Spouse Secretary of Kentucky Breeding Bureau says in his letter to the Ceuterlown Live Stock Co- Gentlemen The horse we are send ing is fouryearold Bay Hautes Presented to the Kentucky Breeding Bureau by the Hon August Belmont of New York He was brought to this country at the foot of his dam Imported Hnutesse by Archlduc and for the mare and colt Mr Belmont paid 25000 at public auction Ladas the sire of Hauler Is one of the fo mest sires of England nt the present tine The horse Is n splendid individual and there is none better bred in America Indeed on Breeding alone ho Is well worthy a trial nt the stud by any breeder of thorough bred stock in the entire county Yours Respectfully JUIETT SHOUSE Sec We would be glad to have you call and see for your self and If you are satisfied with our stock and its breeding wo will be delighted to do business with you Remember we have the best coach stallion in the State one whose colts are fine and some are contracted for at weaning time for 100 See his ad in the Herald Thanking you for past favors and hoping to do more business with you in the future We remain Yours Respectfully CENTEgTOWN LIVE STOCK C 01 s D MYR9E Keeper 1 c 1 T alittieattacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beaUheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to expand swell and puff up against the heart This crowds and inter fores with its action and in the court of tIme the heart becomes diseased KodolF- or Dyspepsia digests what you cat takes the strain off of the heart and contributes nourishment strength and health to every organ of the body For Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Inflammation mucous membranes lining tho Stomach and Diges tive Tract Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach After food would distress me by mattnj my heart palpitate and I would become weak lmmrdimeMRS LORINO NICHOLS Penn Yen NY 1 had stomach trouble and was in a bad state as I DyspepsIaCureD KAUBLE Nevada O Digests What You Eat Holton i Indlftitlcm rrtpan4 rat too L1I ear stomach btlch orabrrot5ODoWIf Inr of Rte A Co Chicago BBA SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Cumbeland t TELEPHONE t AND Telegraph Co Incorporated 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 com petitionW Dt JOHNSON Mir REAL ESTATEIflot 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 f 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 100 acres 1 mile from the Court House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high state of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application- A farmer of 120 acres on the Rochester and Rockport road two miles North of Rochester 75 acres Green river bottoms rest good hill 45 acres in fine shape for cultivation this year rest well kept Good dwelling and out buildings all kinds of fruit and one of the best water ed places in the county New two story frame dwelling in Hartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 feet front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fredrica and Grifstreets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain The 84Jacre tract of land recent ly purchased by J H Hickman of Owensboro from the trustee of H C Powers situated in the Concord neighborhood five miles east of Hartford 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch I C R R 70 acres up land balance bottom some of it will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About GO acres In timber Three dwelling hous es Good well water and early or chard Terms onehalf cash valance on easy payments List your property with us We will find a buyer IBARNKTT 4 WITH Repotllctn Office Hartford Ky i 4 r- yf ar KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew FOR PriceCOUGHS Guaranteed for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK PATENTS PROCURED AND DEFENDED8eadmoden Free advice how to obtain patcnta trade marlul copyrtghtseta IN ALL COUNTRIES Business direct with Vaskngton tarry time mono and often firpatent ExcluslvelrWrile021 Hlntlk Btmt opp rnllfiLeUUi Patent Oslo WASHINGTON D C GASNOWt ROUGn RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY INCOBIORATen I The Rongh River Telephone Co Is Independent owned andoperated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15cts 45 miles 20 cts c J W OBANNON Mgr- Hartford Ky Wlrla C 1IDlflKe Oho County JUdgeDcnJailer Ed G Barrass Clerk Frank L Felix Master Commissioner L Mose loy Trustee Jury Fund H H Martin Sheriff Hartford DeputIesS A Uratcher L P Crowdor W C Ashley J w Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March and August and continues three weeks NovoptbcrtwoCounty CourtW B Taylor Judge W S Tlnsley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday in each month Quarterly Court Begins on tho third Monday In January April July and Oc toberCourt of claims Convenes first Monday In January Tuesday after second Monday In October Other OtflcersX Moxloy Surveyor Shreve S W Leach Assessor Rob UoyJames DdWeesoSchool Superintend ent Hartford Jerome Allen Coroner Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver Dam March 21 Juno 23 September 21 December 2L- V P Miller Horse Branch March 20 June 23 September 23 December 20 W S Dean Dundee March 27 June 26 September 20 December 27 W R Edge Fordsvllle March 2SJune 2 September 27 December 23 B S Chamberlain Beda March 23 June 23 September 2S December 9 Herbert Render CentcrtownMarch SO June 29 September 2J December 30 John H Miles Rockport March 31 June 3 September 30 December 31 HARTFORD POLICE COURT R R Wedding Judge J S GlennCUy Attorney Seth MoseleyMarshtxI Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church South Services third Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 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 BakerBaptist Church Services held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev A B Gardner PastorC ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a m und 7 p m Roy Boznrth Pastor Christian ChurchServices every first Sunday nt 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W B Wright Pastor School Trustees HartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn Dudley Ford C M Barnett Dr E B Pendloton City CouncllJ H Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk R E L Slmmer man Dr E B Pendlcton A D White Win Fair Wm glean Dr J W Tuy bur SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge Xo C75 F A Ma sons meets first Monday night In each month C M Crowe W M Marvin Beast Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 moats ovary third Saturday night In each month W X Stevens High Priest Fronph Vickers Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythias meets ovary Tuesday night C M Barnett C C C M Crow 1C of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 1C O T M meets every Thursday night E B Pon dlcton Commander D E Thomas Rec ord Koopor- Sunshlnn HJvo No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs Z Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Miss Suo Yelser Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No4 G A R holds regular meetings Saturday before the first Sunday In each month F M Porter Commander R A Anderson Adj 0 Dwltts = SatoFfleNNeIY M r i J s I i e NadefromI Pure6rapeCream91Tartar The only excuse for buying anything but a Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Baking Powder is to save a few cents in price ROYAL costs you a fewcents more per canthan Alum or Phosphate V of Lime powders hut it js worth far more than the difference k Jo keep your biscuits cakes and pastryfree from the injurious A effects of these cheapeningsubstitutes Continued use of Alum means permanent injuryto health Avoid Alum AilmentsSay plainly J ROYALBAKING j POWDERW HIT BETWEEN EYES BY LIGHTNING BOLT Such Stated to have been the Ex perience of lad in Lexington Hospital Lexington Ky May 20 Claude Williams the iilnoleeiiyearold sun of J M Williams deputy sheriff of Powell county has hnd the r mprka Llo experience it is sorted of being struck squarely between the eyes by n bolt of lightning and surviving to tell tho tale The boy was brought to St Josephs Hospital ho n jdy Th only serious injury he appears o have suffered is that his uyes are terribly swollen and It Is feared that he will JOEQ bill sgiht Ills face 1M also badly burned Yesterday afternoon whil the boy with his sister and stepmother were milking the cows at the lr home near Stanton a worm canto up and hay wore hurrying through their taslwhen there rome a vivid flnsh of lightning nud n bolt from it it is suidstruck the boy and knocked him senseless to the ground He soon r vivd howe or und ns soon as possible he was hur nod to the train and brought o this city fur treatment The boll is be llovod to have shot off from Ps target to a wire fmc a few ft away and this is believed to Imvw raved his life fYoung Men Wanted- All young men who want to outer liuiiiiegH pursuits have now the oppor tunity of n lifetime if they will on ly equip themselves with a good com mercial education It means much when large commercial schools like the Business University at Bowling Greon Ky are almost dally called upon for more bookkeepers than they jail supply The Institution above referred to wfll gladly furnish 11 frat ure fully xDting forth the cost im vic required to complete a business educa lion RENDER May 21Orlon Wallace of Central City and Otha Miller Taylor Mines were here last Wednesday Mrs Jessie Burton and Miss Nellie Harris were in Beaver Dam last Wed nesdaySimon Jons was in Central City on legal business last Wednesday Mrs W J Mercer wont to Clealon last Thursday David WatkIns of Central Ch was here last Thursday Robert and Henry Blackburn of Linton And and J H Brown of Cu Iral City and Guy Rock of Lous ville were here Friday J T Creccllus and S B Gray of Louisville and Len McGavock of Cloy crport und J P McKenney of Beaver Dam were here Saturday Joe James played ball with tho Hartford team Saturday against the BloomersGeo went to Rosine Sat urday i J H Fielden was in Hartford Satur day Samuel FlllmoreAndrew Mercer and r vim Cnrgal attended the funeral of+ 5C James Cates in Central City Sun j 4 fvl M c day who was killed on a street car Iby running Inn a building at Evansville Friday j Mr and Mrs Edward Burton went IlO Prentis Sunday I Dr B F Chapman of Centertown and Gus Pirtle of Taylor Mlnesand I i Dan Kelly of Greenville were here i Sunday j P K Sulesburg of Central City and Roy Armendt Fordsville were yesterdayJ hereI Reneer and family Centertown yesterday I Sam Jennings was in Hartford on Ifgal business yesterday I Geo Tlnsley Robert and George Fer guson and Henry Garrett were in Hartford today I Sam Jones of Louisville and W H Minor of Contra City were here todayDr Innes received a telegram this morning announcing the death of his brother James who was kill ed in Logansport lad where he is I employed by the C C C and St L R R which is called the Big Four I Doctor left immediately on tho noun I train after receiving the message Mr and Mrs James Eadens are visiting in Warren countyI Mr and Mrs Lews Keown are vis countyJSottthnrdof Lu zerne are the guests of Mr and Mrs Edward Burton Henry Srotber has resigned his position as druggist for Brown Mercantile I Co Ho was superceded by Roy Scott of Taylor Mines I Strayed One dark red cow dehorned star in forehead about five years old and marked split in right and under slope in left eur Liberal reward for any Information leading to her recovery I MRS NICHOLAS BARRASS Taylor Mines Ky L INew Bowling AIley I The first bowling alleys ever built in Hartford were opened Monday ad joining Beans sktuing rnk The first game by rtqutsl of the management EdlitoI tor The alleys are standard make and firstclass in every doall Bowl ing is a harmless healthful gameI i nod no doubt the alloys will prove popular and a paying enterprise The highest record so fill made is 183 held by Dr A F Stanley Iv SHUT OUT BECAUSE CHILD BECAME BLIND Took Year to Prove Citizenship Worry Causes Mothers Suicide Attempt Paducah Ky May 20 Broken in health from being the victim of the immigration laws Mrs Louis Vlviana attempted suicide this morning at hfr home 607 North Fourth Street by shooting herself In the head She may not recover y About two years ago she went back to Italy for a visit with her children When she attempted to return she was deported from New York on account of the blindness of one of her children She was detained in Europe at least a year before she succeeded in proving that the child was a native of America and therefore not subject to the immigration regulation as to diseased foreigners On account of the mental worry and privations she endured dur- Ing her long separation from her hus band Mrs Viviana has since been in frail health and subject to fits of melancholia She is about thirty years of age and an unusually handsome woman She has five small child ron Change in Voting Place- F 0 Coffman and others petition for order Change In voting place- F 0 Coffman and 38 others having filed a petition for change in voting place In Point Pleasant voting precinct No 27 on April 13 1907 and it appearing to the satisfaction of the Court from said petition that the public convenience requires a change in voting place In said precinct it is therefore ordered and ad judged by the Court that the voting place In said precinct be and the same is hereby changed from Point Pleasant Ky to the West Point Baptist Church And hereafter elections shall be held in said precinct at said place A copy attestW TINSLEY C 0 C C Notice V I found running at large and tool on May 3 and now have unclaimed one small red cow dehorned and unmarked Owner will please call and get same R B MARTIN S O C Hartford Ky Spring MedicineThe best is Hoods Sarsaparilla It is the best because it does the most good While it makes the blood pure fresh and lively it tones the stomach to better digestion creates an appetite stimu lates the kidneys and liver gives new brain nerve and digestive strength An unequaled list of cures 40366 tes timonials in two yearsproves its merit medIcineIn StonehatiInsprlniformonlythere beln no lose by evaporation break scrofula eczema hoe no equal as a e age or 10akAI bold bp or sons b mall spring medlelnolIt lilies me IODuJneaat1lt J Hood Co Lowell Mesa UOD to GUARANTEED under the Food and Drugs Act June 80 1900 No 824 I r a D i SARAH MURPNY- GOES SCOTT FREE Alleged Abortionist Murderer v Dismissed by Trlal Judge Louisville Ky May 22The trIal of Dr Sarah A Murphy for the alleged murder of Katie Bryant by an attempted criminal abortion ended In I dismissal on peremptory Instructions j from Judge Pryor at6 oclock yester day evening after the Commonwealth- had spent the day in the Introduction of Its evidence The motion made by attorney Kohn was on the grounds that the death had not been shown to have been caused by an attempted criminal abor tion at all The motion was hotly argued for two hours the prosecution claiming that the case had been made as strong as was possible where the evidence I was circumstantial and that It there were doubt at nil it was considered by the jury Judge Pryor however accepted the view taken by the defense and In the end sustained the motion to dismiss instructing Foreman Hallenbrook to find the defendant not guilty William Morris Bryant the father of the dead girl was the first wit ness He said his daughter left her home In Buffalo Larue county Thurs day January 3 to come to Louisville on the early train She never came back He said he had never known of any Intention on the part of the gIrl to be treated while in Louisville- I didnt know her condition said the old manflIt seems that she didn wish me to know It He said that the girls mother had been dead for fifteen years and that his family consisted of his daughter and himself He first learned of his daughters death through a long distance telephone message and he met the body at New Haven Ky He came buck to Louisville to testify in the Police Cour- tJamestown TerCentennial Ex position NORFOLK VA APRIL 26 TO NO VEMBER 30 1907 Rates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30 in clusive Final return limits Dec 15 1907 Rates for round trip 3045 60DAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30in cluslve Final return limits Sixty 60 days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 1907 Rates for round trip 2870 loDAYS EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 19 to November 30 inclusive Final return limits 15 days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 Rate for round trip 23COCOACH EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 25 1907 and on each Tuesday from April 30 to No vember 20 1907 Inclusive Final re turn limits Ten days from date of sale Rate for round trip 1620 J E WILLIAMS Agent eA S of E Meeting Call meeting of A S of E at Horse Branch Ky Saturday May 25 1907 at 2 p in PROGRAM- Welcome Address Dr C DeWeese Benefits of CooperationSam Aus tinAdvantages of Organized LaborJ J Wilson Benefits to other professions deriv ed from the A sor EDr C De WeeseWhat is Equity Rev H D Birch General DiscussionLed by M F Sharp followed by address from Rev Vary AustinREV H D BIRCH- J J WILSON- S 0 KEOWN DR C DeWEESE Committee Painfully Injured- Mr Lee Hardy of near Buford met with a very painful accident last Sunday afternoon He took a pair of mules out to water and on returning to the stable the mules became frightened and one jerked loose from him The rope with which he was leading the other mule became looped around two of his fingers and he wits dragged about fifty feet when a kick from the mule on the head and other obstruct ion pulled his fingers off thus releasing llim from his perilous position He was also otherwise severely bruised by striking rocks as he was being dragged by the mule Dr Z H Shultz was called and dressed the wounds Sunday night and returned Monday morning arid amputated the two fingers and dressed the other wounds v MAGAN May 20Lon Ralph and family moved to Hartford last week Misses Eva Martin and Emma Wright who have been attending school at Horse Branch returned home Sunday i n i Mr H C Wright and W A Tano 4i f DR E W PATTERSONIWho was granted u went to Hartford Saturday Mr J H Wright has been sick forI several days Mrs Fronie Clements is visiting her sister Mrs A S Wright this week Miss Lula Midkiff who has been at tending school at Mt Mnrinh has re turned homertMr Herbert Tanner and Miss Hel ten of the Sugar Grove neighborhood were quietly married at the home of the bride last Sunday afternoon Master Emit Taylor is quite ill of blood poison Mr Claude Renfrow of Dundee passed through our town today Mr J T Wright of Louisville Is visiting H C Wright and family Mr Robert Tanner and wife of Owensboro visited his parents Mr and Mrs S H Tanner of this place from Friday until Sunday i PLANTERS SCORE THE NIGHT RIDERS I Growers of Christian County Un qualifiedly Condems Violence Of All Kinds Hopklnsville Ky May 21At a meeting today of the Christian count organization of the dark district Plan ters Protective association vigorous resolutions were adopted condemning unqualifiedly night riders and violence of any character In the farmers fight on tho tobacco trust and calling on the officers and members of the as sociation tQ use every possibly effort to put an end to any lawlessness in this section and bring tleguUty parties to justice Chairman Whit Radford reported that Christian county had pledged 10000 acres of tobacco to the asso elation 4 Sunday School Convention The Buford Magisterial District S S Convention met last Sunday with Barnetts Creek church with 2 del egates 5 Superintendents 8 teachers and 200 other workers and visitors present Bells Run Mt Hermon Beulah Clear Run and Barnetts Creek I were numerously represented After the explanation of the organized work by the County President the following officers were elected for the en suing year S L Kink President- J C Park Assistant President B W TnylorSecretary and Treasurer W Treasurer O L Turner Supt or Homo treasure O L Turner Supt of Home Departments Mrs Martha S WardlSuperintendent House to House Visita ion Mrs Perry KIrk SuperPri- mary J L Hoo I endent of Teachers Training A collection of 138 was taken for postage for local offices ten subscrip tions to the Reporter were secured Sounty Superintendents L N Gray J f H B Carson and G B Likens spoke with earnestness in regard to this special department Much interest iVsa manifested and altogether it was a splendid day The community is to be congratulated ONE PRESENT U C V Reunion at Richmond Va The Illinois Central Railroad Cowlll sell ticket from Beaver Dam to Richmond and return at rate of 1530 May 26 to 30 limited to June 11 for return with privilege of extension to July 6 1907 by deposit of ticket and payment of 50 cents A grand opportunity to attend the Jamestown Expo sition at slight additional cost by side trip from Richmond J E WILLIAMS Agent T D RENFROW DENTISTAll work In his line executed by the nost improved methods Crown and ridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next door to Woerners shoe store Hartford JAMES C BENNETT I O Box 125 Hartford K- 1LICENSED AUCTIONEERWill sell any and all kinds of prop arty In Ohio county Terms reasons Ile Your patronage solicited L WAYNE GRIFFIN BRO The Uptodate DrugStoreCenter Street Hartford Kentucky drugsAnythingNIce line of Perfumes of the most dellclate order Combs Brushes and all kinds of Toilet articles Everything in this line to please the ladles SODA FO NDAINWe have installed the most complete and expensive Soda Fountain ever ry drinksCreamJuiceKolacallPoliteNice Line of Paints and Wall Paper THE BANK OF HARTFORDHa- rtforda KentuckyySolicits the account r Individuals Firms and Corporations Capital Stock 0 40 OSurplus sad Undivided Protltar I Stockholders dtti 0 1360000 Sec rlty to Depositorst9ooJ w Ford H P Taylor noO Thomas r Rowan Holbrookand Jno 5 T Moore Directors r o 1v rt-r r