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II ft UartfGrbt II a Fine Job WorkDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year VOL XIX HERTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 31 1907 No 46 STATE PRESS ON HUBS ACgUITTAL Frankfort Gang Roundly Scor ed and Remedy Given 4Ji i AlVKnow It To Be a Farce and Disgrace And Many So State WONT CHANGE ANYONES BELIEF The Breathitt News edited by J Wise Hagins a leadIng Democrat of Jackson concludes an editorial on the acquittal of James Hargis by + Scott County jury In the Fayette Circuit Court as follows The people here know of the condi tion of affairs In Breathittcounty dur ing these perilous days of assassina dons and of the causes that led to the assassinations of our citizens The people here and throughout the Slate and country know who are re sponsible for these crimes and while the verdict of this socalled jury 1 will relieve Jimmie of any punishment for this crime by the laws of the State of Kentucky yet we doubt If the vtr dlct of these twelve men will change the opinion of a single Ken tuckian as to his guilt There is something rotten in the ex ecution of the laws of Kentuckywhlch we attribute to the State House gang at Frankfort We are tired of the domination of the Beckhams the Ha gers the Dorseys and the Hill Carnes es If the people of the State will vote the State gang out at the next election like the people of Breathitt coiiu ty voted the Breathitt county gang out In 1905 law and order will prevail In Kentucky and In Breathitt county and it never will till the gang is turn ed out lock stock and barrel The only way to doilt is to vote the Re publican ticket straight this fall Oh Kentuckians lay aside your politics and help redeem Kentucky Hear the Macedonian cry office peo ple of BreathHt county Come over and help us SCOTT COUNTY RELIABLES- If the Honorable Bill Carnes should have any trouble In securing a jury In Sandy Hook next week to try Mr Brltton and his fellow citizens of Breathltt county he can fall back on to Scott county that hotbed of relia bles Jurors warranted to stand with out hitching and to convict Republic ans or acquit Democrats without quit ting their seats where the sentiment which would hang Taylor and damn the Republican party reigns supreme Louisville Herald CANT RECONCILE CONDITIONS- If the same Instructions had been given in the trial of Caleb Powers that were given in the trial of Harglsthero could have been no conviction Il may be all right 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 itSunSentinel We submit the question to every fairminded reader regardless of poli tical affiliation Is it not a fact that many times more evidence has been Introduced to connect James Hargis wlttf a conspiracy to assassinate Jas Cockrill than was Introduced to show that Caleb Powers was In a conspira cy to assassinate Wm Goebel Sun SentinelUNENVIABLE NOTORIETY The notoriety given to Kentucky by maYIinvoke gls infamies have given Kentucky an illdeserved infamous name all over the land Haggis is taken for a typi cal Kentuckian Breathitt for a rep TesentaJlveTCentucky shire Louisville Herald AS OTHERS SEE IT In Kentucky court houses are not typical of Progress and History They ark used mainly as ambuscades where armed men of one faction con gregate for the unprogressive purpose of shooting down armed or unarmed men of an opposing faction In Ken Lucky courthouses are built so as to mn1ai1danuninterruPtedview of th main thoroughfare And usually thpI coUrt chambers afford an Ideal coign of vantage for the hired assassins to carry out their deadly workRoches terPbstExpress r- r I Kind Words From an Old Comrade Last week the writer recordedtha death of an ild army comrade one who served wJcountrjrln timeof need and his Od usir smatter offpilnclbT- i t i J t Y fAX t 7 C 1 Ii I and right Thfs week It becomes Iho mournful duty to record the death of another No not death There Is no death What seems sis transition IThis lite pf mortal breath Is but a suburb of the life elysian Whose mortal wo call death Comrade Woodbury Tinsley has en tered through the portals Into that life elysian nVmed and equipped with a record of life well spehtever faithful to every duty that chance or cir cumstance entailed upon him He was iny playmate In boyhood my companion In arms my friend a all times We conned out lessons from the same old book ciphered our sums together In the shade of the old beech tree our hopes our aims our ambitious wore all akin When the dark clouds of war gathered we for four years shared the fortunes of war together and that comradeship has lasted through all the years of peace since the struggle to preserve the un lou Now he has his discharge and has been transferred to Fames eternal camping ground only as an advanced guard for those of us who are yet to tarry for a brief spell when we too will fall into line and rejoin our com rades who havo journeyed Just before us Z 0 KING In Farmers and Miners Advocate HOUSE A CENTURY OLD FOUND UNDERGROUND Unearthed While Opening a Coal Mine is Attracting Wide Spread Attention Recently Mr JlI Guy commenced to open a coal bank on Felix Evans farm better Jnwon as the George Roach place nlQut one one half miles north of tgail Ohio county Last Friday afternoon tie found about ten feet beneath the earths surface a structure which proved to be a log building It was about ten feet from the opening of the bank which opening stapled at a branch that runs along the foot of a bluff about twenty feet high From the top of this bank there rises In a southward direction a very large hill The build ing was about nine feet in the clear and six feet high the logs being well notched down and the rafters fasten ed down with wooden pins and cover ed with chestnut boards The timber was somewhat decayed but in its original position except the door was off the hinges and lying down Inside the building which had a solid floor of slate the dirt was about a foot deepMr Guy is now digging around this building so as to move It out of the way of opening his coal bank The oldest citizens of Magan community who were born and raised there seem to know nothing of this building sup posing it to have been built at the foot of the hill perhaps a century ago and a land slide from the hill covered It up and has kept It hid from view until the present This find is quite unusual and Is at tracting widespread attention People are flocking to the scene in crowds to vlew the antiquated building Death of Mrs Royal Again death has visited the home of E M Royal and took from the cir cle his beloved wife Girudn who de parted this life May the 19th Her death was very sudden and unexpect ed She had been in poor health for some time but had only been confined to her bed for about a week and had not been considered dangerously sick She wiKj a daughter of Capt Benjamin Duval She was raised near Select Ohio county She was twice married her first husband was S M Royal to this union were born three sons two of whom are still living One died when he was small She was married to M E Royal July 12 tS92 To this union were born four children two sons and twp daughters of those two sons one a baby of two years and one daughter survives her Also her aged mother whp is In feeble healthAfter funeral eervlcer by Elder R J Brandon at Friendship church of was laid to rest beside herI little girl o1receded her fourteen months We sYSympathize with the be reaved family V W- Dtiringtheterm r of the United States supremeCoj1rtVhichb11Dlast Oc tober and has cases were disposed of leaving 343 cases on- t e docketascompared tvith 305laSt- r ItG t cS kmil j rJ t f r r n WHEATS ADVANCE ACCOUNTED FO Views of Those Who Look From Different Viewpoints Vast Amount of Wheat in Eleva tors and High Price Pure Speculativet The rapid advance in wheat at the present time which may be termed the eve of the wheat harvest s- matter a of such unusuality that it is interesting the attention of the best students of farm product markets as orI there is rich food for thought in the wide divergence of reasons given by these different students when they give their views of the reasons why the price of wheat is advancing so rapidly at this time S B Lee prominent A S of E man and national secretary of the Tobacco Growers association says the price has been advanced by the wheat trust in anticipation of the National Grain Growers association to bo held at Omaha on June G 6 and 7 He says the trust magnates know that the result of the meeting will be n general agreement of the growers to pool the 1907 crop of wheat and that the result will bo a rapid ad vance and that these magnates are advancing the price in order to gel the credit of the advance and to rob the farmer organization of the good effect of having produced the advance The elevator men at St Louis nnd Chicago say that the price has advanced because of the unfavorable weather and the damages done by the bugs and other causes which will surely cut the crop short The mill men say the price is go ing up purely as a speculative mat ter with the elevator men who have gotten into the elevators much more wheat than ever before at this time of the year and they are forcing the price up In the belief that the mill men can be forced to buy at once or before the harvest of the new wheat and thus they will realize immense profits A local miller in discussing the matter said there was 200000 more bushels of wheat in the St Louis ell vators and many more thousands of bushels more in the Chicago eleva tors than at the same time last year The estimate of No 2 red wheat in the Chicago elevators is 16000010 bushels This Is unprecedented for the season Owensboro Inquirer A Great Day For Equity According to appointment Hartford Magisterial district union A S of E met with Union Local Saturday May 26 1907 At about 9 oclock the peo ple begun to pour in which continued until about 11 a m by whfch time the house was packed to overflowing and our president still being absent the house was called to order and the Hon C S Taylor was chosen temporary chairman After a few well chosen words by him the following named were appointed as a committee on res olutions C S Taylor S A Reynolds and Jas McSheary After some good talks by several of the members the noon hour was announced and a most bountiful dinner was spread by the good wives and daughters of the neighborhood and all was invited to partake of the many good things prepared by them Promptly at 1 oclock the house was called to order by the chairman and the committee on reso lutions being ready to report the following resolutions were read and discussed thoroughly and adopted We your committee on resolutions wish to submit the following 1 Wo heartily approve of the plan by which the U M W of A and the A S of E propose to cooperate together for the purpose of establishing a gold storage plant or exchange to be located at McHenry Ky 2 We would further suggest or ad vise that Inasmuch as the farmers are the heaviest tax payers in the county That the present system of road work lug Is both Inadequate and unfair that we through the A S ofE ask the Fiscal Court through the provisions made by the Legislature several years ago to work the roads of the county by taxation 3 Be It further resolved That we as a body extend to the goodwomen ofthe neighborhood our heartfelt thanks foritheir presence and for that r r t- I J r l c I h good dinner that wo so much enjoyed The following were appointed n 11R8 HS JncksonJoe HockerRobt Liles Sam FogU S J Paxton J B Blan konship S L Stevens Willie Hudson Will RhoadsE G AustinJno Shultz Carl Taylor T W Bennett Henry Pirtle and H L Taylor After a hear ty hand shake aroundwe were dismiss ed all sorry the day was so short to meet with Rob Roy local the last Saturday in June 190i- HORACE L TAYLOR SC Judge Fogles Father Dead Judge J E Fogle returned Monday from Liberty Ky where he had gone days before on account of the serious and what proved to be the fatal illness of his father Hon Mc Dowell Fogle whose death occurred the 23 inst A special dispatch to the CourierJournal of May 25 says 4Fhe lion McDowell Fogle who died at his country home on May 23 was buried here at Glenwood cemetery yes terday afternoon In the presence of a largo concourse of people the fu neral services being conducted by the Masonic Fraternity He was In his ninetysecond year nnd was the nes tor of the Casey county bar He was one of the wealthiest men In the county He was the father of Judge J E Fogle of Hartford Ky CANDIDATES ARE ACTIVE AND VOTES COME FAST Candidates Leading Race in Each District Change Positions Miss Austin Declines Candidates In our popularity con test have been quite active during the past two weeks and votes In large numbers have been turned In for nearly every candidate In the North side district Miss Williford passes her closest competitor Miss Thomassou having now a few votes the lead In the South side district Miss Jones leads her closest competitor a few votes Miss Rowe Miss Williams and Miss Daniel make excellent showing In fact each candidate has turned in a good batch of votes Miss Marie Aus tin who was placed In nomination a few weeks ago by a friend declines to enter the contest because the trip will be made after her school work begins In the fall The vote to noon yesterday is ns follows NORTH SIDE Miss Mertle Williford Nocreek 2050 Miss Cora Thomassou Heflin 2435 SOUTH SIDE Miss Bertha Pirtle Hartford 7315 Miss Ethylin Jones Hartford R F D No 175S5Mi-ss Nettie Rqwe Centcrtown 1645 Miss Harlett Flener Cromwell 100 Miss Ethel ThorpWllllams Mites 370 Miss Stella Daniel Olatont fiCS Miss Mary B WilllamsRob Roy 755 Among The Lodges Next Monday night the Masonic Blue lodge will have work In the Fellow Craft degree Besides matters of vi tal interest to the lodge will likely bo considered Every member should be present Rough River No 110 K of P elected the following officers for the coming term Tuesday night R D Walker C C J C Her Vice C Jas T Sanderfur Prelate Berry L Taylor Master at Arms C M Barnett M of Vj E G Barrass I G James M DeWeeso O G Representatives to the Grand Lodge C M Crowe and C M Barnett The Knight rank was conferred on two candidates in a very impressive manner after which a most delightful lunch was served by the con mlttee Knights E W Ford J C Her and James T Sanderfur The fol lowing program has been arranged for memorial services next Sunday at the Methodist church at 11 a m Opening song Some Sweet Day K of P Quartet Prayer Prelate E W Ford Solo One Sweetly Solemn Thought Miss Hattie Barnett Roster of our departed brothers K of R and S 1 Song Crossing the DarK of P QuartetSermonW B Wright of the Christian church SongNearer My God to Thee Benediction 8 po m Decoration of gniveain Oakwoodcemejery ttitlt Benediction zt j ii 7 i Ht T tirI THATs t HE WAS DROWNED Clothes Found on Bank of Rough Creek Mat Johnson Attempted to Swim Across Stream to Pro cure Boat On last Sunday afternoon Mat John son a prominent log man and farmer of Megan left his home stating that he was going to his sisters Mrs Jas Stogner who lives near the locks on Rough creek He did go there and leaving his buggy and horse crossed the creek to his brothers Ed Johnson He left Ed Johnsons late Monday af ternoon stating that he was going back to his sisters The next morning Ed Johnson called Mrs Stogner over the phone and Inquired where Mat wnsMrs Stogner slated that she had not seen him since he left her home on the previous day whereupon Ed Johnson hurried to the creek where ho found his brothers clothing and saw his bare foot prints leading into the water It is supposed that Johnson attempted to swim the creek to get a boat to cross in and that he was drown ed In the attempt The creek has been dragged continually since Tues tiny morning but the body has not yet been recovered There arc various rumors afloat con corning Mr Johnsons disappearance One Is to the effect that on leaving Ed Johnsons Monday evening he went to where Harve Condit Is hatching on the creek and took supper with him and while there asked Condit all abou his travels in the West and took numerous notes relative thereto writing stone in a small book which he took from his pocket It Is reported that when the clothes were found the book was in his pocket but the leaf on which ho had made the notes were gone It Is also stated that his watch was not In his clothing and only a small sum of Money was found when it was supposed that he had somethln near 100 Some believe that he left his clothes as they were found cross ed the creek and dressed in another suit and went off But a majority of the people yet believe that he drown ed in an effort to swim the creek For Sale- A new cottage on Smith street East Hartford addition just erected with four rooms Cheap for cash or on easy terms Apply to- IURNETT SMITH Succumbs to Lingering Illness Mrs Margaret Taylor wife of the late Thomas Taylor died at her home in Hartford late Monday afternoon of tuberculosis and troubles Incident to old age Rev J A Lewis who con ducted thefuneral services furnished us the following account of her life and death Margaret Young Davis daughter of Thos Y Davis and Hester Ann Davis was born September G 1S44 in Nelson county Kentucky She was baptized by Rev James Holding August 1845 She professed religion when a little girl and joined the Methodist church She received her education at Bloomfield and Chap lin in Nelson county She was united in marriage to Thos Taylor In the spring 187Gwith whom she lived until August 1904 when he passed on before She had been indelicate health for 30 yearsfrequent ly a sufferer but for the last year she had been in a steady decline growing more and more feeblo with frequent bad attacks until the end came at 650 p m May 27 She was a devoted but quiet Christian with a blessed ex perience For 18 months I never found her in darkness or doubt She read her bible closely marking the many passages which Impressed her mind and comforted her heart She loved her church and regretted to be deprived of the privilegesof the sanctuary She never allowed her pastor to leave without reading the scripture nnd prayer Her talks were sweetly assuring full of faith and hope she was perfectly resigned- A good modest meek Christian woman who delighted to sit at Jesus feet and hear his word has left us left us as she said for the pence where the many mansions are prepared Wo believe she Is at home at last Her death was gentle So fades a slimmer cloud away So sinks the gale along the shpre And gently shuts the eye of day I fJ a P a So dies a wave along the shore He glveth His blessed sleep Mrs Taylor left a will disposing of her estate valued at about 0000 and it has been reported that she devised a nice sum probably 600 or 700 to the Hartford Methodist church A Happy Surprise Your humble scribe has been request ed to send some mention to your vat cable paper of a pleasant event which occurred at the home of Mr R L Llles near Cromwell on Sunday May 26th it being the GHrd birthday of Mrs R L Liles This honored couple have ten living children eight of whom were present with their families Having provided themselves with a liberal supply of choice edibles and quite a number of nice and valuable presents for mother and father They met at the old homestead In a body without previous noticeThe day was spent in merry making by both old and young Interspersed with music and a few amusing games one of which offered considerable amusement being a prize contest In a potato race Robert L Liles and W T Austin were the successful contest ants A drawing contest by the chil dren Ronda Sandefur being the successful one Children present were Mrs W M Baldwin and family Mrs W N Miller and family Mrs W T Austin and family Mrs F L Sandefer and family Mr R L Taylor and fancily Messrs Henry Luther and Claud Liles Neighbors and friends present during the day J W Cole man and wife Warren Taylor and family Mrs Laura Liles Melve Liles Ervan Miller and little sister Tom Phlgly Tom Johnson and son Ed Cole man E E Rogers and wife Mrs J J Jackson Mrs Mary C Baldwin total number 55 Dinner was served in a nice shade In the yard bthe children from their well filled baskets and here around the festive board representing three generations were fifty merry hearts at tuned by love to beat as one Here the aged mother and father could look upon their darlings their loved ones for whom they had spent their lives Here daughters and sons had met to give some expression of the respect honor and love of their hearts for father and mother grandchildren were here In honor of the occasion making merry on every hand The angels might look upon with approving smile this a faint picture of that final reunion just across the way In the Promised Land Think of it dear readerdo you want to be in a family reunion with grandma grandpa father and mother sister and brpthernelghbors and friends and one that shall last forever If you have not already go to Jesus and get him to write your name in the book of life that when the roll is called your name will appear Rev 2015 To those who have never tried It I would say If you want to spend a happy day one time in life have a family reunion It will do you good W T A PERFUMESARE to the wellmannered toilet but you must select the right kind You cant trust to luckgood taste taboos indiscriminate selection Our Perfumes add to the naturalcharm by imparting that bewitching fragrance so delicate that it cannot be deciphered giving an individual atmosphere of culture I James H Williams The Store C o I 4 aI- f y td cu + ta e r rrx t a f lt l r t 0 J l 4 wf rJT R H r + a tot IEd 4 4dWhite Goods and Wash Fabrics predominates as the most fashionable color for Waists Skirts and full Suits Our assortment 1in white materials would do credit to a town five times the size of Beaver Dam and the range of prices is from + 5 cents per yard up to 100 per yard and every Fabric 4t is represented from the shearest Persian Lawn to the 1Ip most elaborate mercerized Waistings 4 Lace Curtains 4sOur increasing business in this special line necessitat ed the purchase of a greater variety of patterns and 4 prices than ever before and our superb collection of beautiful patterns and big values will certainlyappeal Z to you We show Curtains per pair at 30c 50c 75c 85c d 05c 100 125 150 175 200 250 300 350n nr n 7 r w I P 400 450 u c un um CORPSE AS SECU- RiTY FOR BOARD When Landlady Asks Tenants for What They Owe They Tell Her Their Baggage Will Secure it and Murder is Re vealed When Lock is Forced New York May 2GTl1e RerFalh- r Kaspar of the Armenian Apostolls church of Hoboken X J was mur dired to tills city some tune last wnkThe body was found in a trunk Avilch had been loft as security for their room rent by two Greeks who three weeks ngo engaged a furnished room of Mrs Henry Shererwho occu pies the third floor of a tenement at 333 West Thirtyseventh street When lr8t Wednesday the rent was not forth conning her lodgers the two Greeks old her that she was amply secured by their wellfilled trunk The following morning the men disappeared and today the trunk was broken open To the horror of Mrs Shorter it was found to contain the badly decomposed body of a man be lIcd to have been a priest of the IL Greek chUichII The body was In a kneeling posture j with tie head bound against the knees l y a heavy strap that passed over the back of tho neck and was buckled un del the shins The murdered man must Jiave been about sixty years of age r A flowing bear twelve inches long WAS streaked wiii gray hII the ping t and bushy hair was black An under shlrt of balbriggan and a cuff on the Tight wrist were all the body worebut on top of it had been thrown thre- eycoats of clerical cut n white laundered shirt two pairs of bind Ire r r ap soft felt lint two Roman collars and M detached cuff I l The ppllce think It possible that the i 1lbody was shipped here by express fron il Chicago and the fo that 5 4a city have been asked to follow one l clew based on a meal ticket also fount ffr in tip trunk This ticket was Issued tWbJ a restaurant at 1222 Halstead street West IullmanChlcago Vt5 Because of tho condition of the body i ie manner of death was not Immedi Ct v r 1 1 2tJ I+ y- t ircl AI Ci r rli t 1 T T rttI JJI s s j D astgl cg d iS h1iti i i9 L sUMMER3- t lStn1 ga o 4 e 08 Et i6iS1 9 a e t MILLINERY Miss Metric King buyer and head in this department was in Louisville May 15th and our preparation for an immense summer millinery 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 11 E P1 KY ntly apparent Following an autopsy at the morgue two men were arrest ed on suspicion Mrs Sherer told the I Coroners jury that when men en in their home de pauliShllrltlsof age The men had been visited she said by a man wearing a clerical garb who looked not unlike the murdered I man She thought that this man called at S oclock last Wednesdya morning There is no case of indigestion no matter how irritable or how obstinate that will not be speedly relieved by the use of Kodol The main factor in curing the stomach of any disor der is rest and the only way to get rest is to actually digest the food for the stomach Itself Kodol will do itI It Is a scientific preparation of vege table acids containing the very same juices found In a healthy stomach It conforms to the Pure Food and Drugs Law Sold by all druggists r Patented i The agent stepped briskly up to MrI Howards desk and laid a small article down close to his right hand says Youths Companion openerII have here a new letter he said a handsome article to be put on the table In your library and I have the best letter opener and the quickest interrupted Mr Howard without turning his headIHow long have sisted the agent You know there tiro constant Improvements Theres no need for Improving mine responded the writer Ive had lien about 2 yearsanniversary comes next month A prompt pleasant good remedy for coughs and colds Is Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup Itjs especially recommended for babies and chil dren but good for every member of the family It contains honey and tar ivnd tastes nearly as good as maple syrup Children like it Sold by all druggists m Seven Hills Chautauqua Illinois Central Railroad will sell tickets to Owensboro Ky and return at one and onethird firstclass fares for round trip on July 14th to July 20th Inclusive Return limit August 1C 1907 Cheaper rates In effect on certain days For particulars call on J E Williams Agent N Our Display of Printed Wash Materials- Is worthy of your most careful consideration Every new design andevery now Fabric is 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 Wo can furnish you Umbrellas and Parasols in whites blacks blues browns Greensand reds Priced at each 50c 75c 1 125 150 175 2250 3 350 4 and 5 We are showing Fans of every description suitable for all ages and sizes Priced at each fie lOc 15c 25c 35c 50c 75c SI 125150 fl J1C authorities THE RELATION OF EDITORS AND DOCTORS A Spicy Comparison of The Two Great Professions by One of The Former In reply to the charge of a dignifi ed but somewhat narrowminded pill peddler that newspapers were run for revenue only a rural rooster of the newspaper profession comes back with What In the thunder do doctors run for anyway Do they run fur glory One good healthy doctors bill would run this office six months An editor works a halt day for three dollars with an Investment of 3000 a doctor looks wise and works ten minutes for two dollars with an in vestment of three cents for catnip and a pill bug that cost 137 A doctor goes to college for two or three years gets a diploma and a string of words the devil himself can not pronounce cultivates a look of gravity that he palms off for wisdom gets a box of pills a cayuse and a meat saw and sticks out his shingle a fullfledged doctor He will then doctor you un til you die at a stipulated price per visit and puts them in as thick as your pocketbook will permit An editor never gets his education finished ho learns as long as ho lives and studies all his life He eats bran mush and liver he takes his pay in hay and turnips and keeps the doc tor In town by refraining from print lug the truth about him We would like to live In the doctors town and run a newspaper six months and see 1C the doctor would change his mind about our running a newspaper for revenue only If we didnt get some glory out of It he would take one dose of his pills after first saying our prayersIf editor makes a mistake he has to apologize for It but If the doc tor makes a mistake he buries It If Iwo make one theie Is a law suit tall swearing and smell of sulphur but If the doctor makes one there Is a fun eral cut flowers and a smell of varnish The doctor can use a word afoot I long but if the editor uses It he has to spell It If the doctor goes to see another mans wife he will charge the man for the visit If the editor calls on another mans wife he gets a charge of buckshot medical college can make a doctor You cant make an editor he has to be born I one When a doctor gets drunk it Is a case of overcome by heat and If he dies It Is a heart failure When an editor gets drunk it Is too much booze and If he dies It Is a case of itor Is glad If he can collect his bills The editor works to keep from starving while the doctor works to ward off the gout The editor helps men to live better and the doctor assists them to die easy The doc tor pulls the sick mans leg the ed at all Revenue only We are only at all Revenue only Wea re only living for fun and to spite the doc tors Exchange S 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 Halm 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 j free by writing Blood Balm Co At lanta Ga B B B is especially adI vised for chronic deepseated casesas It cures after all else falls 35tf I MAGAZINE L I READERS a i SU1TIKT bea tlltheF and KAGAZIJfKI CAMERA C2AFT devoted each saoads to tMar tistk jjoa of tier bat SIobwockof amattnanaproewii o I a w pkotographen ROAD OF A THOUiAWD WOWDEKfl a book of 75 eyes cortMiung o75piehuagw9nIo zcs1325A- il for f 150 AUrea UortWte auirsix JUGK-FIEWWiIe Sr F Y 0 I I f I tI J0 hQ WI ry s1 Ladies and Gents Furnishings Light airy cool gauzy Underwear for the summer girls are ready for your inspection and every garment is a real value Ladies Vests priced as follows lOc 15c 20c 25c 35c 50c Ladies Pants at per garment 15c 25c and 50cJ2 1fLadies Misses and lace effects in all the leading colors at per pair 10c 15c 20c 25c 50c 75c and 1 liens Underwear in endless variety and eYery GarQ ment a full measure of value for the price we charge MenS full Suits at per garment 25c 50c 75c and 1 Mens Neckwear bought direct from one of the formest manufactures in the United States Every new feature Jdresser35c 50c 75c and 1 t BARNES BROS BEAVER DAM EfP JiCJiC1 44J4 4 trimmer business the represented I A Wonderful Oil Stove I Entirely different from allothers Em bodies new ideaS new principles Easily managed Reduces fuel expense Ready for business at moment of lighting For your summer cook ing get a NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStove Ita heat ia highly concentrated Does not overheat the kitchen on always at a maintained level Three else Puny warranted delCrlpt1ytCTHE DulampforaI1round houaehold use Made I of brace throughout and beautifully nickeled Per inlightgiving dealerwriteI STANDARD OIL COMPANY WtMIr I BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES fib tnI There es and towns because F + au portei000adaool flt k eondudedpersons detraudtheirpalrons opportunitlesforheireuchlowiWes- r 4 The conei 9 The emalldtlesortownscennotaecureemplor v tltlon wttlt tfjeTHOROUGH I s S + Y hl oolsnsbusinessmenhnveno time to eSendfortgeflneste8pe2e5eta14rawo some cheapschooi i isA rITRATTON tlucpLoelattlifJr jVii vi IopSlit firki i 1- rr f W r qn Y M9Jr rni+ tj + v z ru t r tIL v I- c a FAIRBANKS BOOM IN CLEVER HANDS Candidacy of Vice President I J is Not Hampered Indiana Man Stands Well East and West Because ot Di plomacy In Politics Vice President Fairbanks friends not only In Indiana but in other state- are pointing to the fact that he has the delegation from his own state beyond dispute This is something which Is not so true of the home state of any of the other presidential possibilities This means a great deal in the game ofnational politics for the candidate is left absolutely free to cultivate friends in other states Hughes has a bad fight on his bands in New York Taft and Foraker are still scrapping it out In Ohio Cum mina and the standpatters in Iowa will never cease from troubling but in Indiana all is peace Apparently everybody works but Fairbanks In point of fact the Vice President really has the only national magazine which has yet made Itself apparent among the Republicans Yet the Fairbanks people have kept away from favorite sons They have kept on good terms with Cannon in Illi nois and it cannot be said that they have maliciously interfered with Taft in Ohio Hughes in New York or Cum mins in Iowa Some skillful hand has been behind the Fairbanks movement for In half a dozen states the VicePresident has wisely avoided taking part with one faction or the other This persistent clever work so much of It under the surface with Its absence of entangle ments is sure to tell in the long run and it is this thing which makes the VIcePresident so strong a possibility in the presidential race In 1908 Wherever this genius for political organization comes from it does not originate with the VicePresident him self He seldom or never talks per sona politics even with his best friends Recently when the VicePres Ident visited Iowa he was entertained at the home of Gov Cummins And do you know said the gover nor to me in some surprise the Vice President never opened his mouth about politics while he was my guest The same thing always has been true to Washington Most of the other presidential candidates were at least willing to joke about their own chances Not so with the VicePresIdent He dodged a direct Inquiry every time and many of his intimate friends have been entirely unable to secure from him the positive declaration that he wanted their help in the next Repub lican national convention There is no more familiar fingure on the streets of Washington than that of the tall vigorous fresh colored and well kept VicePresident Yet he has no camp followers no hangerson no political heelers He has made friends indiscriminately in the senate both Democrats and Republicans and he is intensely popular but not at all In a political way Everybody In Washing ton talks about the Fairbanks ma chine but there are precious few who can say that they have heard the wheels go round This curious political condition Is equally noticeable here in Indianapolis One naturally would expect to find the Vice Presidents home city a semipublic organization created and managed for the express purpose of booming him for the presidency Yet one can find nothing half so strenuous as the Taft organization at Columbus and CincinnatiIndiana Is quietly and certainly for Fairbanks The tall Senator had a machine of his own long ago and it is so well oiled and adjusted it works without attracting much outside atten tion It is probable Taft could come into Indiana and make a lot of trouble for Fairbanks In fact some of the Taft people have been urged to start just such a fire across the Indiana line Thus far they have been too busy In Ohio to get far beyond their own State If they were to trespass in Indiana it is more than likely the Fairbanks machine would display some reactionary activity In Ohio whereas up to the present time the vice pres ident has done nothing either to help or hinder For ker and Taft in their internecine battle The Vice President is frequently rat ed as a reactionary and it has been alleged that great railroads and corpor ation interests are behind him That may be truebut it must be remembered that during the whole Roosevelt admin istration the Presidents policies have- been constantly supported by the Vice President In no case that I can re member did he antagonize the railroad bill pure food measure meat Inspection law or any other of the Important legislative policies of the admin istration There is scarcely a doubt that if some sudden fatalities had removed President Roosevelt during the lasts t p ol S- ct f 144 The Badge of Honest IB on every wrapper of Doctor PIerce Golden Medical Discovery because a full list of the ingredients composing it Is printed thoro In plain English Forty years of experience has proven Its superior worth as a blood purifier and invigorat ing tonic for theeuro of stomach disorders and all liver Ills It builds up the run down system as no other tonic can In which alcohol used The active medic inal principles of native roots such as Golden Seal and Queens root Stone and Mandrake root Bloodroot and Black Cherrybark are extracted and preserved by the use of chemically pure triple refined glycerine Send to Dr R V Pierce at Buffalo NY for free booklet which quotes extracts from wellrecognlted med author such as Drs BartheTow- King Scudder Coe Elllngwood and a rootssaction I tail weak states of tho stomach accompanied y Indigestion or dyspepsia as n II bilious or liver complaints and Injmwostlng diseases where there Is gradual running down or t trenlth and system he o Medical k c boo a o Inv rtes to 01 m I Thus all skin affections othhes pimple and eruptions as well as scrofulous swellings and old open running sores or ulcers are cured and healed In treating old running sores or ulcers It is well to In sure their healing to apply to them Dr Pierces AllHealing Salve If your drug gist dont happen to have this Salve In stook send fiftyfour cents In postage stamps to Dr R V Pierce Invalids Hotel Surgical InstltutelBuffalo N Y and a large box Salve will reach by return post nosItrummaytherebI Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets regulate bowelsSugarcoated I as candy Legislative session the work would have been taken up in the same spirit by VicePresident Fairbanks If ho had been called suddenly to the White HouseLike McKinley whose close friend he was for years Vice President Fair banks political policy has been in variably to meet the popular demands on any public question He is slow to give opinion thinks deliberately and Is not the kingof man to lead a cav alry charge against the enemy with his trusty sword flashing over his head as swords have a way of doing In pictures but in pictures only Yet Fairbanks with those long legs of his and the Ercngth he has derived from his really simple life would be pretty sure to be up with the advance guard every night when the tents were pitch ed He is that kind of a conservative as I understand the man Ho does not like buttermilk and he does not smoke and drink strong beverages- A man of simple habits extremely sociable generally popular with all his assoclatescapable of continued hard work but always apparently with time to see those who call on himthe Vice President impresses one as being one of the best mixers in the coun try That he is as astute a political general as he is generally credited with being and that he has a silent I mysterious force working day and night in his behalf Is not so easily to Imagine By Raymond A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its rich silver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural formations is a veritable wonderland At Mound City in the home of Mrs E D Clapp a wonderful case of healing has lately occurred Her son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Ex hausting coughing spells occurred every five minutes writes Mrs Clapp when I began giving Dr Kings New Discovery the great medicine that saved his life and completely cured him Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat and lung troubles by all druggists GOc and 100 Trial bottle free m OAStOaABeare thelhs Kind You Have Always Bought Signature TIJof Their Knowledge of Scripture- Col John Cosgrove afterward con gressman defending a client accused of some crime in an eloquent climax shouted What does the States at torney expect Does he expect my client like Daniel to command the sun to stand still and have it obey Judge James W Draffen lawyer for the opposition interrupted May it please your honor he said addressing Judge James E Hazell who was on the bench I object to Col Cosgroves misquoting Scripture I beg par don badly replied Col Gosgrovefl forgot for the moment that It was not Daniel but Solomon who commanded the sun to stand still SIX BARRELS AND THREE MEN CARTURED marshal Doriot Makes a Good CoDpofWhickyandmen it Livermore With a suspicion that something was happening or going to happen Marshal Doriot stayed out rather late Thursday night and was amply reward ed for his trouble by succeeding in capturing a wagon load of whisky containing six barrels and three men who had it in charge Some how Marshal Doriot found out that there was to be such a load of whisky brought into our city and was on the watch out for it In the mean time Mr Doriot awoke the City Attor ney Mr Bonner and had secured Messrs Silas Shaver and Wallace King for deputies and the watch began There was a long and tedious wait after all the city was wrapped in si lence but nothing daunted our effi cient marshal and his deputies kept constantly on the watch for any sign of the cargos arrival At about two oclock in the early morning the faint sound of rattling chains and the near ly indistinct rumbl of a wagon was heardThe Marshal and his deputies start ed out to capture the outfit He had not gone many steps when Mr Hewitt Young met him and spoke Mr Doriot remarked that he had him In a very tight place and asked why Mr Doriot did not reply but walked on and threw his gun down on the men In charge of the wagon Gordon Pierce was in charge and Will Col linsworth was with him They were all much scared and Hew itt Young offered to do nearly any thing if the marshal would turn them loose He even offered to pay Mr Doriot well If he would drop the mat ter but he would not listen to it The deputies examined the cargo and found that there were four barrels of whisky In bottles and two barrels Young and the others acknowledged that it was whisky also Kentucky Citizen Badly Mixed Up- i Abraham Brown of Winterton N Y had a very remarkable experience he says Doctors got badly mixed up over me one said heart disease two called It kidney trouble the fourth blood poison and the fifth stomach and liver trouble but none of them helped me so my wife ad vised trying Electric Bitters which are restoring me to perfect health One bottle did me more good than all the five prescribed Guaranteed to cure blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney complaints by all druggists 50c m Soldier Boy Dear friends As several of the boys are writing a letter to the home Ja- per I will write a short letter to all of my friends I have been sta tioned at Ft Monroe some over two years We have eight companies here including a torpedo companylo which I belong Ft Monroe is a nice situa tlonl never have been dissatisfied since I arrived here We have a nice sum mer resort near the reservation and guests come here from all Stales to attend the summer resort soul for their health We are stationed on Chesepeake Dar and is an excellent place I have been in the 58th Co Coast Artillery some over two yews will be glad when I can come back to old Kentucky and tell my friends of the beautiful sceneries 1 have Been since I have been in the service I very often think of the past the good old times I have seen in Ohio county and would be glad to meet my old friends though I dont think I will ever be satisfied back in the grounds of Kentucky I think It is very beautiful to be a nephew of Un cle Sam I will say to the two young ladles who will win the race to attend the Jamestown exposition and the par ty that accompanies them here I will be very glad to meet you here It IfI only a short distance from my to the exposition grounds I have at tended the grounds quite a few tim + s I presume you will visit our post be fore you go back to Kentucky and 1 will take interest in showing you all of the sceneries of old Point Comfort We have several 12 inch guns here They shoot a thousand pound projec tile and we also have the 10 8 and three inch guns and they are a beau tiful scene to any one that was nev OYOrr4OOYOOYOYO gBecauleyour powers of resistance weakened 0Take Scoffs Emulsion 0 It builds up and strengthens your entire system IItcontains Cod Liver Oiland Hypophosphites prepared that it is easy to take and easy to ALL DRUCCIStSi lee AND 1100 10I t v- J k f tf wr ry tF t er around a military post We also have the torpcdos which we plant out in the bay and when a ship strikes them they explode I will be glad to meet the candidates hnd also the party accompanying them and will do my best to show you all of the sceneries here- I believe the best time for you to make tho trip would be along the last of September or the first of October They have not got the buildings all completed yet The Kentucky build ing is a nice building is a beautiful log cabin made of pine logs I will say I will be glad to meet any of the Ohio county people there- Respectfully yours OWEN DUVALL Ft Monroe Va S Bert Barber of Elton WIs says I have only taken four dozen of your Kidney and Bladder Pills and they have done for me more than any other medicine has ever done I am j still taking the pills as I want a perfect cure Mr Barber refers to De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills which are unequaled for Backache weak kid neys inflammation of the bladder and all urinary troubles A weeks treat ment for 25c Sold by all druggists Declaration Day And this day shall be unto you for a memorial Exodus XII 14 The day that Is meant for quletexcept that is set apart To show all the love and honor thatI throb in the nations heart To show that we still hold sacred their hope and their faith and trust By placing the tender tribute of roses above their dust The day that is meant for quit except that the muffled drum Shall thrum to the whispered firing that tells when the marches come Except that the softvoiced bugle I hall sing of the growing gaps Iln the ranks of the living comrades that lullaby low of Taps The tiny that Is meant for silence a day that is meant for thought The flag as a sign and symbol of that these dead have wrought And roses and waxen lilies adrip with I the dews of dawn To gleam in the silent places where slumber the soldiers gone This dayit is meant for stillness for stillness on land and sea For hushes on hill in valley whore ever their places be For some rest below the billows and somo sleep beneath the sOli But all have a countrys honor and all have the peace of God State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County ss Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner in the firm of F J Cheney S Co doing business In the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of De cemberA D ISSC A W Gleason Seal Notary Public Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken In ternally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J Cheney C Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists inc Take Halls Family Pills for constipation A Wonderful Waiter Our new chef said the manager of the restaurant stopping to chat with the patron who had deep lines be tween his eyebrows Is a wonder I really belkve the man could take an old ruber shoe and make an appetizing dish of It That so asked the pa tron tapping meditatively with his fork upon the steak that hud been served him Suppose you tell the waiter to take this steak back and ask the chief to fix up a rubber sloe for meModern Society A Dangerous Deadlock That sometimes terminates fatallyis life stoppage of liver and bowel func tions To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sensations Dr Kings New Life Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed absolu tely satisfactory In every case or money back at all druggists drug stroe 25c m Position for Young Men No worthy competent young man need be without remunerative employment in these days of unprecedented prosperity The Business University at Bowling Green Ky announces that it can not furnish even half as many bookkeepers as it is asked to supply land yet this institution prepares per haps more bookkeepers than any other school in the South Now is the time for young men to get into permanent business I O A VT OXI X JL gem tiia ilphre C cCBDiII Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN t 1- 1h r S Tile JDJtclJta 4 Have Always 1 Bought and which has been In use ower 30 years has borne the signature of per1IfI J Allow no one todeceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and ChildrenExperIence against Experiment What is CASTORIA Oastoria is a harmless 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TaylorTrotwood 1lagazine15O Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Profits12500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months This is your Bank Come in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RoveBurch Felix Jim Polk Stevens Z- Warne Grltfin A6 AAAAAAAA A ra0 AA AAAAAAAAAAAAAQ o p nJ j O 1 U O r 4i I TILLERS OF THE SOIL ijWill Make no Mistake by Visiting the Reliable 4andWell Known Firm of i = WILLIAMS Sc MILLER = 49 i 49 For anything they net1on the farm They i 1 = handle Plows ofall kinds and makes Disc jj = Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and 43 valking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and fl buggies for young folks si ml old folks i 9f Ji In Addition = Jj We have the bet equipped shop in Ohio county = 49 fitted with the Jatest improved machinery and ap bpi f2 pliancesand besides all kinds of general Blacksmith- ing= can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other fi shops cannot do at all Everything at very moder js JJ ate prices = fi 4WILLIAAIS 3c MILLER btt I J or yfii I y r t t 41N o r 0 I C J i Itn 4 1 IIYaY e sl bra i Ss rotrrct1trrrrot otrtrrtr rrr if rtrt io t4a 1 i if1fIt4- f i i I i Have at last come and with them increased buying in all departments and likewise increased efforts on our part in preparing many new and t stylish articles of full value which our Judgment led us to believe would be in demand when the warmer days came Our many friends and customers will find us amply equipped and ready to supply your wants in Spring and Summer Merchandising from increased well selected stocks in every department J2 i Clothings v n Here we wish to offer no word of comment except to say that the very 7 great popularity this department has enjoyed from Its Infancy Increases each season as new people are continually becoming customers through advertisement of Many satisfied purchases Anything that the fashion able eye may require we furnlshcharging to our customer nothing ex X tra because we are the proper people from whom to buy This entire department Is up to the present In style fabrics and workmanship The zi argument of price and durability appeals directly to you and Is conclu zi live We hope to see any prospective buyer as we can furnish anything J in Clothing We to an solicit insisting wants any store your stock cornI s plete Furniture other see We to show you us Produce value from fc mammoth forget that at to efforts Hartford Republican I Uned by the Hartford Publishing Company INCOBPORAYED EdllorCrJiiEZOrESCUD brlncm34Rough 17rM 32 FRIDAY MAY We are to announce W W IAHK of the Hula Precinct n candidate for He tntlve In the General Awenibly from thtethe2fith district subject to the fiction ol the Republican 4 We authorized to announce DR JAMES A DUFF ol Sulphur 8prlng precinct 11 candl date to represent Ohio cnnntv In the next House of n ire entatlTel tp the ac tion of the Republican We authorized to announce JLDOK D BAKER IUIOADS of Beaver Dumui a canill to represent Ohio county In the next Honce of Repre entatlve subject to the Republican Conrentlona to be held 6tb 1Mb next label on your If notify us Our Commencement last week was appreciated by friends of Hartford College everywhere yI 4 of the gallows or penl may yet be the nom a inee of his party for If Our Democratic friends beating the bushes all directions for a u r baVe only such as have ir gone the netting With Louisville Machine Demo- crawi u cy laboring under the terrible stigma placed upon it by Kentucky Court fof Appeals the Republicans should tLatr hate no trouble the 1t f t thelclt pBiiiitt I ttysk- y ivJJV i at right time to help them out all difficulties The death of Mrs William McKinley at Canton Ohio this week to mind the services of her dis tinguished husband the tender loving devotion which he always an invalid wife No President ever his waS quite so deep into real affections of The present of House a wide spectacular popularity but not one Amerlcai In ten would prefer qualities which It to the quiet dlgnl fled sympathetic disposition all mankind which were charac terlstlcs of William McKinley Many of our subscrib ers have complimented upon fair manner in which we treated convention last week It will be ever thus long as pres management runs this do not vilification Neither do we our party to succeed wholly on the demerits of our opponents We ex pect Republicans to stand for thjng and officers intrust ed power to prove themselves worthy by to and devotion to duty This is no yaller dog journal There no collar about our neck and we shall not only refrain from unjust need less censure of opponents but shall hesitate to point out mis takes of own folks as they may occur to us This only manly course to be maintained by a newspaper which expects tp retain selfrespect A VERDICT The result of the trial the of Ernest M Woodward against the Ow ensboro Messenger Publishing Co last Saturday was most satisfactory to people of Ohio county and a well de served vindication of a young man who had been unfairly by pa per a rule we do not endorse IN bel suits and most especially do we condemn efforts to throttle the press In this way but a paper ibas 11 JIT MillinerySup- erior workmanship In any profession always the most fitable reliable and satisfactory results Our Millinery department has always the very best service obtainable and the satisfaction and customers has been gratifylngThls deDiwtraent con tinues to be a leader with and everybody We are not surprised that we continue to be the most popular millinery people in section when wo note the genuine originality in each individual pattern embracing in and shape and pattern all new features which thp style have created Visit Miss Cain and realize all we have said by making purchases at prices profitable to yo- uDress Goodsf This season has produced patterns and fabrics that are appealing to the eye Our purchases have been very and from the best mar i kets and you will not be disappointed after seeing line it com plete in every detail Woolen dress Goods in Voiles Mohairs Panamas and all new fabrics in prices and colors to suit all buyers Wash Dress Goods in Lawns Voiles Paris Tissue c A beautiful line of White Goods from 8 13c per yard to 50c Silks and Walstlngs em bracing all that Is In fact this department should bo treated as a secondary matter by any lady fashionable goods at popular pricesJ Shoes and Oxfords FOR US Ki MADE FOR US B1I Peters t Shoe I riJ tlo Peters he The warm days have compelled us to make some purchases well some in Ladles and Gents Oxfords We are some very snappy articles at surprising prices Ladles Oxfords from 9Sc to 350 Dont fail to see our immense line a See 4g feel grateful the for increased business and your as well to your our is Hardware Groceries to your and receive force command to serve you you untiring until your supplied q party are party ore edition tentiary Governor in through in electing all the fool calls the the occupant the produce us In our with adherence Is us its in to ourselves us our is beautiful wanting MADE 5t140us specials offering done a wrougas in this instance by a slanderous publication it ought to be more than willing to prompt and complete retraction Ev en then it can never wholly undo This suit would never have been brought had the Messenger been willing to do this Even after the suit was ready for trial It could have been setUed by the paying a nominal fee and printing a traction This attorneys saw fit to little doubt that the Mes senger will eventually have to pay every dollar of the 2500 judgment as there were no errors against it during trial In fact every doubtful was construed against Woodward and there would seem to be no reason which Court of Appeals could find for reversal A suit against the Owens boro Inquirer was dismissed that paper time ago n plete vindication of and of James DeWtesH against Messenger yet to bo tried It I i is identical with the other and there is no doubt but what a Jury will als give him a substantial verdict if it ever goes to trial Messrs Woodward and DeWeer have both announced that they will donate to some every doi which they nay aboy attorneys fees and costs This them from any susplciqrj thn they merely out on a money hunt and show to the world that they art in good faith seeking vindication of character The jury which tried Woodwards case was composed of the very befit citizens of Ohio county politt ally 9 Democrats if RIo publicans sStrayed One dark cow dehorned star forehead about five old and marked splitin right under alopo in teat Liberal reward fbrMU y V MRS NICHOLAS Taylor Mines IKyI tI I St Lotls c + f us Bring is easily or as centers careful is is May 2SRev Hiram Brown will preach funeral sermon of Mr John Taylor Rowes four children at Baptist church fifth Sunday in June at eleven oclock Rev G H Lawrence his reg appointment at Bap test church Saturday night and Sun dayMr S L Fulkerson Rockport who is teaching a singing school at Equality attended preaching at Smallhous Baptist church with his singing class The singing was highly enjoyed by and Mrs Bennett Bedn were the guests of Mr and Mrs Alva night and Sun day Miss Debbie Taylor Hartford Is s Brown and daughter of whoiirc of Mrs Cordelia Ad Baptist church Sunday Mr W C Overhuls went to Center town SUnday Messrs A L S E Hun ter attended cchildrens day at Methodist church at Hartford Sunday Miss Katie Hawkins is the guest of her Miss Ethel Hun ter this week Messrs Everet Smith and Richard Sneddon Rockport was In our midst Jennie and J Ashby Centertown dined with MlBses Ida and Althjv Sunday May 27 Tobacco fare very scarce of BlackforcJ were the guests of Miss Pearl Dru t f ik Mr Will Stewart its improving fir Amos Skinnje tls no better Mr Arthur Burdett Is at home from Hartford CoJJegev Mrs Leonard Taylor an4 sop re r tTIor i Lm T will it vide st350 will ex and rior wearing that have resulted in the sale any 350 shoe in the will make it for those who have never L 350 shoes wear them this season and thus that are tany 350 and = Jfootwear sold much by r must profits yet he is cer tain the business it assures will prove the such Ladies Gents Our usual large stock has and we indeed proud of the we are our Ladies lars Belts Hand Dugs Combs new and appealing Mens Shirts Collars Ties Belts and In fact kept in any well equip ped very patronage that we are furnish in reach Remember JJ embracing Stoves and many not Come and stock Dont entire your ready please in wants arev ts 4 44 444 3t- ANNOUNCEMENTS precen Subject date June and 1Examine the paper the are flushed the JilejpublicanB acting the of and showed the the Democratic the the Democratic the ont paper We misrepresentation expect sonn when principle public paper and our not strikes till RIGHTEOUS case the treated that when pro this style not BY new great make the injury paper attorneys its refuseThere the the plnlntfffl- Ir the similar when publlshedsome com Woodward DeWeeseThe the public use lar recover are and stood and red in years and ear myrinformationBARRA9B5 COG SMALLHOUS tine Smallhous the filled ular presentMr not Calloway the DrnlwIDr tho guests hereihous dad the SundayMisses MatthewsCeralvo Addlngton HERBERT plants atthl8ipace andCampbell and- MattleNicholah eSunday t WLDOUGLAS fr of especially to to ordinarily L impair that of and tiishings been all Wool our TICHENOR MCHENRY KYJ 444 toc all home yesterday after a weeks stay In Beaver flee DamIWhitcsviile the months in the millinery is at home I Mr Ira and wife Floral were the guests of Mr Will I Messrs and Milligan are quite sick sickIand Miss Mattie and Mrs Kate and of Owonsboro are visit ing Oscar this week I Mr Dave Miller and Miss Hallle went to Deanfield i I RENDER S went to Nashville Tenh last WednesdayIR Kinnison Byers were last Wednesday afternoon at the residence of Mr and Mrs J H FitWen Rev C Rob ison spoke the words that made them one W S Vick pt Owensboro was here last ofHerrinand Mrs and Mr and Mrs Edward Jones last Wednesday and Thursday CleatonlastMr and Mrs H1 H Garfett Jake Westerfield rind E Risin ger were in last Thursday Loney and Jones and Mlss Isabel Fair weretlnJTnrtford Fri day v J I CityFriday EmmaHlntonafter oa r visit of three weeks Iny 0 fromHarrisburgofitbo r eIneonj1Iof a7br lIMr and fttre HIjaa and J 1 t J MADESEN 4 Vim Douglas nevi cheapens Ms shoos While the high of J leather make r impractical for other manufacturers to proas shoes as formerly W L Douglas continue to those j cellent styles easy fitting j supe qualitieS largest world This desirable tried W Douglas prove they better than other shqes equal at higher prices While such action W Douglas of necessity increased which wisdom action Fur greatly augmented are comment receiving NeckwearCol Hair all anything furnishing storeJ2public further equipped as mentioned are ready Its market our anxious authorized Instead fd public taward worked White enjoys toward as believe our As secured as us as relieves Smallhous Saturday Indiana Gamble Hartford cousin turned Miss business Chambers Stewart Sunday Henry Arthur daughter Winkler children Haynes daughter IMay 28Jno Spence E married N Thursday L Franks E Miss Elizabeth ty Friday absence months I akdown Dcjeket price good shoes afford things always 4 Hargis people brings Nancy today Horton CenI here Saturday Mrs W R Peach and son Everette spent the day In Beaver Dam Sunday Mr and Mrs Jno Barrass of Tay lor Mines were here Sunday- C E Grcls of Owensbpro and E c8esterdaySam James Sr went to Powderly J esterdayRobert McDowell was in Central City yesterday Archie Games left ifor Booneville Ind yesterday Rev and Mrs L P Drake of Cen tertown and C M paggerlyor Louisville and A J Doss of Central City were here today Miss Della Rocker of Cleaton Is the guest of her sister Mrs W J HarrisMiss City is the guest of Misses Carrie and Eddie Rol When the Hair Palls ri Then its time to act No time i to study to read to experi i yourhair miidVery ilfl ever comes out you twill due rrthei stays in It cannot do u Y way1Iie t t Sold 414dqIIrV t ttfi ttILA t IlJ KCtlEYrIYPitUIlA1 ht 4 r 4 1 1 ff I r J j t artTord Republican FRIDAY MAY 31 l rR- IitnoisCentraI RailroadTime Table I jVertli Hulled Kntihi Boned 7tfb 111l111107R m So 121 JtktlUl am Ha IBMneiaiSOpm Noinl due 2HS p ui NOi102dne248p No 1KT durO40p m Fresh Fish always on hand at City Restaurant Long and short Silk Gloves at Barnard Cos Mr Clell Smith Taffy was a pleasant caller Tuesday Bring us your Hens Eggs and Wool r CARSON CO ihVgoods of the season good new and cheap BARNARD CO l Esq S H Render Centertown call ed to see us Monday Mr Alvin Rowe Centertown called to see us last Saturday- The latest thing in embroidered col lars at Barnard Cos Mr James T Davis Sunnydule was a pleasant caller Tuesday CI Restaurants Steak and Fish Meala cant be beat Fine as silk You will find just what you need for your kitchen at Barnard Cos Keep the flies out Get your Screens of Hartford Mill Co They make all suesifShingles and odd size Windows and Doors a specialty HARTFORD MILL CO Oh my what good eating at City Restaurant Everything so nice and clean Mail your orders to the Hartford Bot thug works for all kinds of bottled soft drinks City Restaurant is better prepared than ever to serve the people Every thing firstclass 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 Renfrew over Baughns store Dr J L Denton and Mr H C Wright Magan were pleasant callers callers Wednesday We want your Wool Will pay highest market price either cash or trade at Carson Co You will find the best and cheapest line of Mattings Rugs and Carpets in town at Barnard Cos Mr Amos CarsonLoulsvillewas the guest of his father Mr J L Carson the latter part of last week The two months old child of Char ley Duncan of Sunnydale died last Saturday after a brief illness Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent l chmond Laun dry46tfMr Wade H Baize Balzetown who served ala member of the Petit Jury during the recent term of court call ed to see us Monday The Hartford Bottling Works oper ated by Hoover Bros is now prepar ed to fill orders for Pop Ginger Ale and all kinds of soft drinks We are just in receipt of a nice lot of Oxfords and Southern Ties the W L Douglas kind All of the new styles and toes at Carson Co Miss Bertha Pirtle was considerably shocked by lightning at her homenear Hartford last Saturday but has com pletely recovered from the stroke Why not bring your ChlckensEggs HamsFeathers and all kinds of good produce to Carson Co and get in return the very best of merchandise Mr Wayne Grlffinthe popular drug gist was threatened with appendicitis the first of the week but by proper precaution he averted a serious attack After a few days visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Ji Ct Bennettcity Dir A W Bennett returned to Nash ville Sunday He was accompanied by his brother Mr Harry Bennett Messrs Frank Foreman and Douglas Felix made a high record in frog killing Tuesday In1 few hours hunt they lin bagging 5 extra fine onesRev Frank Baker administered the ordinance pf baptism by immersion k at the old mill site Sunday afternoon I to Raymejr TIrisley and Leslie Hoover He also filled his regular appointment at the Methodist church Sunday night preaching a large audience 9 The childrens day service at the Methodist church last Sunday was who were voted a success byall presen The exercises were conducted bY Superintendent J H JL GlennID1overyth9t re 0Ik nIl of tk j t e+r1ttlid1t he asa1Yeatalgbly jiIf n n rr- at Ice Cream Sherbet and Cold Drinks ltyilesiaurant i Mr F D Baughn went to Magan oh business Wednesday nVij f K Mr AIgBrrells quite ill at Ms home on Er street City Refirlint Pine Apple Sher bet is simply fine Try it Miss Isabel Fair Render in the guest of reniivcs fyn Hartford Messrs Clarence lilt and Ed Bratch er Ceralvo were pleasant callers yesI terday Hon Ben D Ringo and wife OWf ensboro attended the funeral of Mrs Thomas Taylor Wednesday Miss Nora Bennett clly was thet guest of her sister Mrs L E Everly Malanzas Wednesday and Thursday The Hartford Mill C6 wants to sell you any materialyouneed to build or repair yourJou Roofing very cheap The infant sor0f Lieut Wm E Bennett U SV rjij born at new Or leahes April 12thi i 907 has been chris tened William RuflS Shatter Muster Harlin Barnard who has been fin of pneumonia and whooping cougfrat the home of his father L T Barnard is much improved Mr lrapean has returned home after an absence of several weeks in the cmployp of thl Kentucky Jeans Cloth- Ing Co as salesman throughout the West Mr Tom Coghill who was operated upon for appendicitis at the home of his lather in Hartford by Drs Tay lor and Stanley last Thursday is well on his way to recovery Mr G A Ralph Road and Bridge Commissioner for Ohio county Imp moved from Magan to Hartford Parties having business with him will address trim at the latter place If you want your house 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 WH Mauzy Hartford Ky45t2Mrs E J Hudson returned Tuesday from a several days visit to rela tives and friends at Owensboro and Fordsvlll Im Hudson also spent one nigit vMi her brother Mr Z 0 King at Cci teal CityISince the programs for the OhioI County Sunday School Convention were published Prof H K Taylor of Louisville has notified the committee tbat he will be here on the 6th instea of the 7th See program in this issue Deputy Sheriff S A Bratcher ac companied by Mr Ney Foster left for the Eddyvllle penitentiary with Boss Trail Wednesday itt 1 oclock Trail was convlct tfVJVK siducUQ l and sentenced to ltvet yearsln prison at the recent term of court Editor C M Barnett and daughter Miss Hattie left Wednesday for Lou isville where the former will attend to important business matters connect ed with the new hall to be erected by the Kof Ps and Masons and the latter will visit friends Rev G H Lawrence wife and daughter Miss Fannie Beaver Dam spent last week the guests of relatives and friends at his old home In Breck enrldge county They report a pleas ant time and he had the pleasure of preaching in his old home church while there Miss Ivena Bratcher and MrC L Hill i were united in marriage at the residence of Mrs S A Bratcher in Hartford yesterday afternoon Rev L W Tichenor officiating Only a few friends witnessed the ceremony These young people are both from the Ceral vo neighborhood Every Sunday School In the Cromwell Magisterial District will please send delegates to a meeting to be held at Mk Zion Sunday afternoon June 2nd at 3 p m to organize and elect officers Prof Li Ni Gray and J H B Carson will be present to address the audience Everybody invited Postmaster M r Heavrin has re 4 ceived notice th competlve exami naUovJ be lucid at Hartford June 22 1907V to establish list of elglbles for rural mall carriers from Hartford post I office Those desiring to take the examination must file application and notice thereofwith the Civil Ser vice Commission not later than June 12 Blanks for such application cane applying to postmaster at- iartfordi Th Irsb team bowling ore the Bean bowling alleys pccured last Monday night ih Wfnatoin game between the Champions anoj the Rough Rivers and reBulleUiln fctscore for three games f1840liotthe Champions andlSSO forithe Rough Rivers TEe two first games being won by the lat ter mite Gham lona line up was C M Harriett tf CaAVngan Dr A F Stanley dlt Ttf Mo6rfc and C EMor rlsoilTb Rough Rivers being represented by W S tinbley Henry Ix rig CMCrowellJdIler and Jim Lyons CobsideFablerivalry exr ists between these teams and they will meet again fn asnortillme M y + i t Born torthtlwife of Mr James E- LotyutnLrtho r Washington neighbor hoodWcdne day twins abay and girl Di E B Pendleton attending i physician 11 4 I The Ladles Social ClubwatieIi- ghtfully entertained last AVednesday afternoon by Mrs R D Wailkeinc Mm J C Berry at the home qfttikl former The parlors were bdautitully and artistically decorated with tai flowers Six games of nogrosslve j flinch were played Tho tallfes each the picture of a hero or heroine of fictitious history and partners were 1 secured by matching ViI heroes and heroines correctly Quotations from kirown authors were given each guest guess from whom quoted and to be applied in some way to the club a prize was offered to the one making the wittiest and brightest application i and was awarded to Miss Lettie Marks An elaborate lunch was daintily andI appropriately served The favors were lovely little heart shaped boxes containing mints In the form of pink and white rosebuds The guests of honor were Misses Dora Gibson of Beaver Dam Laura Morton Pearl Thomas j Mary Spalding Effle RenderMesdamea C M Crowe C M Barnett and C E Smith others present were Misses Carrie and Sophia WoernerIda Lewis Lettie and Margaret Marks Mattie Sanderfur Mesdames R E Lee Sim merman J S Glenn J CThomnsl F L Felix W H Barnes W S Tins ley S A Anderson A S Yewell E E Birkhead E B Pendleton Rowan Holbrook S J WeddingI ROXEYIMay 29Farmers are busy at this writingRev Crowe filled his appointment at this place Saturday night and Sun day Mrs Olie Johnson and children returned to their home in Tennessee afj ter a two weeks visit with relatives nt Rob 1Iot1tienight and Tuesday Miss Tead McSheary visited liftr brother Mr n C McSheary last Sun dayMr Len Lerich and wife Mr Henry Leach wife and son Henton and Mr and Mr Bunk Sandefur of Texasvis ited Mr II T Porters family last Sun day n1cMr and Mrs Herman Kahn Crom well visited at J H Davis last Sun day Miss Roxey Porter is visiting her uncle H T Porter at this writing A B Leach visited his sister Mrs H J Ranney Sunday Wayne Leach and sisters Misses Ethel and Pearl visited their aunt Mrs J H Davis Sunday Miss Joe Porter Beaver Dam visited Cllffle Davis Monday afternoon Lee Bnrnos and family visited M- rHT Porters family Sunday after noon J N Raley Is slowly improving at this writing Mr Bte AustlnBeaver Dam visited relatives at this place Sunday Miss Pearl Leach visited Miss Mabel Porter Tuesday afternoon Memorial Services Memorial services were appropriate ly observed by R J Whlttinghlll Post and Preston Morton Post of hart- ford at Sulphur Springs yesterday The following program was impres sively rendered 9 a mSong Service by the Choir 915 Opening Prayer by Rev Joe- A Bennett Song by Choir 930 Welcome Addresrf by Dr J A Duff 1000 Response by Rev It C Tru = man Song by Choi- r1030Memorial sermon by Rev Frank Baker 12 mLunch 1 p mDrlll by Capt J 11 DE Weese Co of K N G Song by Choir 2OOrSpeakIng by Different Orators 300 Song Service after which sing ing Home Sweet Horne and dismiss ed with benediction ARNOLD j May 29The last two weeks han 1 been a busy time with the farmers Rev S Tt Evans tilled his appointment at Mt Liberty Saturday and Sun days The Sunday school at Balzetown is1I starting out nicely Our local at Balzetwon Is gaining ground Eight new members enrolled since our last letter due mostly to the heroic efforts of Uncle Tom JamesOur doctor who rented property at Arnold failed to come here but locat ed at Goffe This locality offers a splendid opportunity to a doctor who wants to locate in the country r I tDrITORtAeaniJI TIM Voe Boug11 fiigwrtwt 01 The Governmehtthareceived bids for the pYinllng aud lithographing of the new mVpff of the United States 2ti000 copies of which Trill be distribut ed to the people through their Senatorf and Representatives t t I r LOOKS BLUE FOR THE SOLDIER BOYS Encampment May Not be Held at JamestoWn Exposition as Before Announced q It is hardly probable that tha Kentucky Slate Guard will encamp at Jamestown Exposition this year As sistant Adjutant General Mervin Par jlont has made this announcement He says that the lowest rate for transportation of the soldier boys made by the railroads is so much higher than ex pected and funds at the disposal of the State War Department so short that the proposed trip will probably have to be given up This announcement will cause much disappointment among military circles in the State as many fond hopes were built on this projected summer outlngwhlch has been a great stimulus toward attention to drills and other i company work on the part of the rank and file However all hope has not yet been abandoned Notice to Road Overseers The time limit fixed by me under direction of the Fiscal Court for all public roads in Ohio county to be put In good condition for travel will on July 6 Some overseers exilirej their roads in fair condition but have utterly failed I have been venll lenient with the defaulting ones but as 1 am held responsible for the condl tion of the roads I must insist thatI lover overseer who has not done so proceed at once to put their road In II good condition Upon your failure to do this I shall bo compelled to report jyou to the County Attorney whose duly it will be to prosecute you for such failure G A RALPH Road and Bridge Corn Hartford Ky Contract to Let Tile undersigned committee tier o liscallIat the court house door in Hartford Ky at 1 oclock p IL receive bids for grading the levee north of Hart ford above high water mark This May 30th 1007 1YB TAYLOR ROOKIARD Committee i NO 5792 Report of the condition of THE FIRST NATIONAl BANK Of Hartford at Hartford in the State of Kentucky at the close of Business May 20 1907 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 8774201 Overdrafts secured and unsecured none U S Bonds to secure cir culation 2500000 Banking house furniture and fixtures 168700 Due from National Banks not reserve agents 694640 Due from State Banks and Bankers 178398 Due from approved re serve agents 636692 Checks and other cash items 31675 Notes of other National Banks 103000 Fractional paper currency nickels and cents 958 LAWFUL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK viz Specie 642980 Legal tender 698990 56000lU S Treasurer 5 per cent of circulatjon 125000 Due from U S Treasurer other than 5 per cent redemption fund 60000 Total 13972255 LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 2500000 Surplus fund 1250000 Undivided profits less ex ponces and taxes paid 202456 National Bank notes out standing 2500000 Individual deposits subject I to check 2882504 Time certificates of deposit 4635436 Liabilities other than those above stated 1859 Total 13972255 State of Kentucky County of Ohio f83 I JVC RileyCashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the blt1my knowledge and belief J C RILEY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before rate this the 24th day of May 1907 Y L MOSELEY Notary Public My commmission Notary Public expires January 18 1908 Correct Attest A C G BBFEJIXf Directors BED rf May 28 Farmers in tUiis nelghbor hood arc busy planting corn and preparing tobacco ground J 1 Jrt Tporo was a hard rain and some t r 4 I jl SssswcGoods iseasonableknowwe have in stock some of the very things you want Perhaps it4 5 is something nice in Silk or Woolen Dress Goods or a readytowear Waist or Skirt t Ours are right up to 4 5 the minute in style and material Ask to see the Dorithy Waist Youll like it Just Received A new shipment of those embroid eredandlaundried Collars for Ladies which are quite new and scarce this season Our Laces and Embroideries are the best values to be had ICarefully ezamine the 5c alllinen longI I ou Appreciate the Bst Matting and Rug values in town 0The sale is made How many One 0or more they are all exceptional 0values slipsfrom Iadvantage to do so Inquire of the salesman as to their values Come see us Dont neglect it We Ito all competition and are surerplease both in qualitg and BARNARD CO HARTFOrxD KYi 7171 VSl1l V VWVV17 C7 rot r Aro- Au Qc OHIO CO SUPPLY CO I4t IInuornora tvctfi Hartford IoC3r bfi I Hardware Machinery and all Kinds E 1 of Farming iJplements of fi t carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you 4buy a Buggy you do not want to make a mistake in material and bJr4i49 Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Bloimt True Blue 49 and Moline with all repairs for same bP44 A full line of fence wire Steel ami Felt Roofing Myirs Deep b49 Well Pumps Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also till kinds b4of Field Seeds bWe handle the following well known brands of Wagons Mitch bJfi4iWe the Engine on the market and Corn b41 Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers b49 and Swings The largest supply house in Ohio county Give us a 5 yfi= w THE BANK OF HARTFORD Hartford Kentucky Solicits the account of Individuals Firms and Corporations Capital Stock400000pSurplus and Undivided Profits13600OQStockholders additional Liability 4000000 Security to Depositors t 9350900+ J W Ford H P Taylor JuoC Thomas Rowan Holbrook and Jno T Moore Directors v l t hail fell here Sunday Rv Dame filled his rrgulttr appoiiit rent Sunday at Shinkles Chapel Mr B S Chamberlain of Nocreek was in Beda on business Monday tMiss Etta Bennett had several I itt ors Saturday the 25th it being Ser birthday Mr R P Bennett and wife visited Mr Alvy Galloway Smnllhous Satur day returning Sunday Prof Otis Carson who has been in school at Beaver Dam for some time has returned home and Is trying his physical power on the farm Mr JC Ellis lost a very fine work animal last week and the Beda local A Sof E raised several dollars in behajf of Mr Ionia Saturday night T D RENFROW DENTIST iAll work in his line executed by too most Improved methods Crown anal k worktrguaranteed Office up stairs next Aoqtr to Woerriers shoe store Hart ford r V 1 v r dr Mkt iYiiY aY r r q w tr J i+ F 7 4 i i ti k- k t U t tr I R a I 11 tt r lo 4i rt n A r- JL 1 r 17 E PlftJ6ROMOF THE OHIO COUNTY Sunday School Accoclatlon to be Held at Hartford June 6 and 7 1907 THURSDAY JUNE 6 MORNING SESSION 900 Devotional S15 Welcome Address Rev J A Lewis 930 Reading Minutes of last Conven tion 935The true aim of Sunday School- Work and of our Organlzatlon- Dr s D Taylor 1000 Reports of County President and Secretary 10 15 Reports of County Superintendents 1 Teacher Training With Explana tlonL N Gray 2 House Visitation With Explana tlonJ H B Carson 3 Home Departments with expla nationG B Likens 4 Primary Workwith explanation Mrs F L Felix- 1115Discussion 1130 Appointments of Committees and Announcements c AFTERNOON SESSION 100Song and Prayer Service 115The Pastors Opportunity In the Sunday SchoolRev H B Self 185 The Relation of the Church Member to the Sunday School Rev W A Grant 155Song200What Should Sunday School Records Embrace and why Henry A Garrett 215 Winning the Parent to the Sunday SchoolC M Barnett 230The Evergreen SchoolGeneral Divbussion 45Roll Call of Schools Pastors- SuperlntendentsTeachers Pupils and Visitors 300 Discussion on Primary Work by t Primary Workers 400Adjourn EVENING SESSION 800Devotional815How Build up a Sunday School Rev H B Self FRIDAY JUNE 7 MORNING SESSION 900 Devotional 915What we are Striving to Accomplish In 1907Rev T C Ge bauer 935 Publicity as a Factor In Sunday School WorkProf L N Gray 955Song1000Five Minutes talks on the Pas tor Superintendent Secretary Librarian and Teacher 1030 Flve Minutes Explanations of the Cradle Roll the Teachers Meet Ing I B R A the Organized Class 1100Round Table Sunday School Management Rev T C Gebau er 1120 The Teaching that Touches and TellsProf H K Taylor AFTERNOON SESSION 100 Song and Prayer Service 115 Winning and Holding the Boys and Young Men Prof H K Taylor OOCollectlon1oThe side of the Ques tion with discussion 225Song230Report of Committees and Eke ton of Officers EVENING SESSION 800 Sermon Rev T C Gebauer Knights of Friendship Owensboro Kentucky June Uth 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- J E WILLIAMS Agent LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK SELECT May 22 Mrs Susan Keown died at her home near Logansport last Tues day night and was burled here Thursday She was a good woman and loved by all who knew her J S Arbuckle has accepted a posi tion with W P Austin Co livery men of Central City Birch Shields and Earl Smith at tended the teachers examination at Hartford last Friday and Saturday Oscar Daniel of Horse Branch vis ited relatives here Saturday and Sun dayMr and Mrs J J Stewart attended church at Baizetown last Sunday Mr and Mrs Birch Shields attended the Commencement exercises at Beaver Dam last Thursday night Winson Smith is attending court at Hartford this week Rev Gorden of Plnchlco occupied the pulpit at the Baizetown Baptist church Saturday and Sunday The pas tor Rev J P Taylor being unable to attend LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK BEDA May 23 Several from here attended Old Folks Day at Nocreek Sunday All enjoyed the sermon Br- otH rn preached A large crowd was Ij fJ 1 f 1j present Miss Hallle Davis spent Saturday y night and Sunday with Misses Anth a and Jessie Park Nocreek Little Miss Hallie Belle Allen spent Monday evening with Miss Etta Ben nettMr R P Bennett has his house e about completed Mr W 0 Bennett went to Beav er Dam Monday Mr Moten King and wife andMlsa Maude Ellis spent Sunday with W Q ParksThe School Convention held a very successful meeting at Barnett s Creek Sunday A large crowd attend edHarlln Tichenor was in this place Sunday afternoon Miss Leona Her and Miss Esther Bennett spent Wednesday with Mrs Bettle Ilex The A S of Ewill meet Saturday night Everybody come out and have u good time Heres Good Advice O S Woolever one of the best known merchants of Le Raysvllle N Y says If you are ever troubled with piles apply Bucklens Arnica Salve It cured me of them for good 20 years ago Cures every sore wound burn or abrasion 25c at all druggists m LASTWEEKLEFT OVER TAFFY May 23The weather is fine and and the farmers are busy planting cornMisses Jessie and Lula Hoover visited Miss Effie Park the first of the weekMisses Oraphy and Dley Hoover are visiting their aunt Mrs J H Park todayITom Nelson had a log rolling Tues dayJ E and H A Park are going to move their saw will to Ralph obi Panther creek and saw this summer Mesdames J H and Eller Park went to Hartford Wednesday Had music at the A S of E last night at Clear Run This little pig went to marketI doesnt amuse tonightIBabys not well whats the matter her dear little cheeks srre so whlteit Poor little tummy Is aching naught old pain go away Cascasweet mother must give her then shell be bright as the dayeIt Is sold here by all druggists m A Call for Republican Convention- The Ohio County Republican Exec utive Committee met at the Court- House in Hartford persuant to call of the chairman Saturday April 27 at 1 p m The committee was called to order by Chairman Ragland and a roll call by the Secretary showed a quorum present either in person or by proxy After the objects of the meet ing had been stated by the chairman on motion it was ordered that a mass convention of the Republican electors of Ohio county be held at the Court House in Hartford June 15 at 130 p m standard time to select dele gates and Alternates to attend the Republican State Convention to beheld in the city of Louisville June 19th 1907 for the purpose of nomi nating a candidate for Governor and other State officers to be voted for at the November election 1907 This Is to conform to the call Issued by the State Central Committee and under which the county will be entitled to 31 delegates On motion it was further that a delegated convention be beldJ at the court house in Hartford on June 15 1907 at 2 oclock p m stan dard time for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Representative- In the next General Assembly from this the 26th district to be voted torI at the November election 1907 It was ordered that mass conventions be held in each voting precinct at the polling place Saturday June 8 1907 at 2 oclock p m standard time for the purpose of selecting delegates- to attend the county convention June 15 1907 The basis of representation shall be one delegate for each twen yflve or fraction over twelve votes cast for Judge W B Taylor in the county election at November election 1905 Upon the above basis the various precincts will be entitled to the fol lowing representation E Hartford 7 W Hartford 7 Beda 5 Sulphur springs 6 Magan 3 Cromwell 5Cool Springs 3 North Rockport 4 South Rockport 3 Select 4 Horse Branch 5 Rosine 8 East Beaver Dam 3 West Beaver Dam 6 McHenry 5Centertown 6 Smallhous 2 East Fordsville 6 West Fordsville 5 Aetnaville 2Shreve 3 Olaton 3 Buford 2 Bartlett 4Hef lIn 2 Ceralvo 2 Point Pleasant 2 Narrows 3 Ralph 3 Prentis 2 Herbert 1 Arnold 3 Render 4 Total 129 ne cessary to choice 65 M S RAGLAND Chmn- J M DeWEESE Sec Excursion Rates to Louisville and Return Account Republican State Convention June 19 1907 Dates of aale Juno 18 19 1907 with limit good to leave Louisville returning not later than June 22 1907 Rate one fare plus 25 cents for round trip J E WILLIAMS Agent I p i Good Either Way A traveler lately returned from Ireland has a story illustrating the ready Wit of the Irishmen An old gardener meeting his employer touched hig finger to the tip of his cap and said Good morning yer Honor Oi had a tine drame of ye last night Indeed Michael remarked th employer What was the dream 1 01 dreamed thot ye gave ma fine box o tobaccy an thot her ladyship yer honored wife gave ma humble e wife a can o1 th best tay Ah Michael but you know dreams always go by contraries Thin said Michael may be tell be after given me wife th tobaccj an her ladyship 11 give me tbtay Harpers Weekly LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK NOCREEK I May 23A large crowd attended Old Folks Day at Wesley last Sun day Rev J M Horn of Beaver Dam preached to the old folks and every body enjoyed the sermon which was delivered in the old time Methodist way We hope to have Bro Horn with us again soon Mr Jake Shaver and wife of the Shlnkle Chappel neighborhood visited Rev and Mrs Dame last Sunday Miss Bettle Ward andMrs Ina Stevens went to 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Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will bo given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES- S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE MISS SUSIE MAYA graduate of Owensboro City Hospital has located i- nHARTFORD timesResidencephone No 13- 7Subscribe jM for THE HARTFORDREPU LI CAN 100 per year in of advance s You can read this ad twentyfive ways and eachJ statement is true t ti straightline r is the most noiseless x is the most accurate tiJiist is the most durable 1 THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER CO Inc Ile 821 Pine Street St Louis Missouri s- w JP I ulI- t f I It Ea 7 7er r4t 1 r yr t 11 we xr r 4 61 rxup fs t r r t v ro 1 J Gaol ClotHes iji Aiwuis Mee i OrUCr I There are generally good reasons why underlying all permanent suc cessesThobest garments for the money careful to help you select the patterns most suited to your shape and build and the glad hand always is the keynote to our growing busi ness All we want Is to sell you one Suit and you will be a permanent patron The tailor or clothier who thereafter pull you away will be rcanwelcomeWE YOU THE GREATEST SATISFACTION AND AT A SAV INGA fit guaranteed Samples In the piece containing 1 yards on dis play II I P TWEDEELL Manager Incorporated MANUFACTURES THE FAMOUS EGYPTIAN CEMENT ULTS And puts them in the grave The only absolutely t perfect vault made It is watertight airtight ver43 min and wormproof The greatest invention of the age If you desire to layaway the dead in the most satisfactory manner you will certainly demand one of these vaults Manufactured right here in Hart ford S MgrstI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i 28 YEARS Of Honest Business Repu tation is Back of Eve- ryMONUMENT Sold By LTs- t Geo Mischel Sons Props I Owensboro Monumental Works 412414 E Main St Yards 214216218 Clay St OWENSBORO KENTUCKY I Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You c Money on All Good Honest Wo- rkTHEIKENTUCKY i I I I I I I I III I II I I I I I I I I I ro + + ++ ++++ 401 + + MoJo Jot J oJo + + ++++MtJt v w Light and Power Co WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE flf COST i CLEANfELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE I HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME 1 OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN b- h REACH Ml HEAVRIN Manager i I ris w I i 0 q 4 K y fcs ll t COLD WATER BATHS BELOW ZERO Taken After Breaking Ice by a Man NinetyThree Years Old Those people who take chilly outof season dips in the ocean at various points along the Jersey coast notably at Cape May and Atlantic City where the newsgatherers are thickest will hardly attempt to equal the record of William T Hamilton living near Columbus Mont who at the age of 93 goes out every winter morning with an ax and breaks the ice in the Yellowstone river to take a bath Hamilton is known all over that sec lion as a scout Indian fighter and trapper To the white people he is Uncle Bill to the Indians Crook ed Nose He was born in the State of Maine but went west when a boy Ho served as a scout for the soldiers as early as 187G777S under Capt Clark Gen Miles and other famous Indian fighters and was in the batty of Little Rig Horn Even when the mercury stands at 30 degrees below zero Uncle HIll does not Ills declared forego his morning bath in the Yellowstone He lives in a cabin which he built himself and still goes outto hunt He is fairly well fixed as the expression goes in Montana in this worlds goods When he re cently sent some pictures of himself to a friend In the city who knew him mid has hunted with him he said The latchstring hangs outside of my door When riding the grub line stop hand i feed Make a note now to get Elys Cream Balm if you are troubled with nasal catarrh hay fever or cold In head Itls purifying and soothing to tho sensative membrances that line the airpassages It is made to euro the disease not to fool the patient by a short deceptive relief There is no cocaine nor mercury In it Do not b talked into taking a substitute fa Elys Cream Balm All druggists sell it Price 50c Mailed by Ely Bros 56 Waren street New York rNo Wonder Recently a Washingtonian in con versation with Ollie James the gi gantic and genial congressman from Kentucky made certain Inquiries will- reference to a mutual friend whom he had not seen for a number of years a Col P of the State mentioned And how does my old friend the colonel spend his declining years 1 asked the Washingtonian Beautifully sir beautifully an swered James He lies a fine farm sir And a string of trotters sir And a barrel of whiskey 16 years old and a wife of the same age slrLlppln cotts Magazine For scratches burns cuts insect bites and the many little hurts common to every family DeWitts Car bolized Witch Hazel Salve is the best remedy It is soothing cooling clean and healing Be sure you get De Witts Sold by all druggists m L LEFT OVER FROM LAST WEEK I Those Who Remembered us The following persons are among those visited us or sent a message during the week which made our burdens easier to beta Messrs J I11a Wood Oralvo 0 B Jones Taylor Mines E W Jackson PInchico An drew Thorpe McHeury C D Bean Olaton Dr J A Duff Sulphur Spring H J Runney Borah L C Brown Chesley Ky Oscar Bishop Corbln Ky Rev W A Grant Culertown Mrs Carrie Maddox McHewy Lon Rogers Milton Ky James A Sande fur Rob Roy W H Stanley Hevrin Ilk E W Smith Ceralvo C E Tins ley Beaver Dam James Peach No creek Miss Ruth M Edge Fordsvllle and J P Sandefur Fred Miller S Johnson J C Bennett W J Travis J C Carpenter Berry Tay lor Hartford and S A Davenport leaver Dam When you feel the need of a pill take a DeWitts Little Early Riser Small pill safe pill sure pill Easy to takepleasant and effective Drives away headaches Sold by all drug gists m To the Republicans of Oblo Mull lenber and Butler Counties- At a meeting of the Seventh Sena tonal 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 ptoxyIAfter object of meeting having beenI stated by Chairman it was ordered that a Delegate Convention composed of delegates from the three counties aforesaid be held In Beaver Dam onj June 18th 1907 at I oclock pmIfor the purpose of nominating a can didate forSenator In thenext Goner Assembly from this the Seventh SenI atonal District to be voted for at the November election 1907 DelegateConventions r 1 vL f L1 i Yt Ii I i gates to the Senatorial Convention and that said County Delegate Conventions be held qn Saturday June 15th 1907 at 1p m in each of the ountseat 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 be held on Saturday June 8th 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 RAGLANL Chnm E P TAYLOR Sec Proxy ED S HO- ODCASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the7IlSignature of Jamestown 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 elusive Final return limits Dec 15 1907 Rates for round trip 3045 GODAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30in elusive Final return limits Sixty CO days from date of sale not to exceed rounrd IBDAYS EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 19 to November 30 inclusive Final return limits 15 days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 Rate for round trip 2360 COACH EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 25 1907 and on each Tuesday from April 30 to No rei o sale Rate for round trip 1620 J E WILLIAMS Ag- entHAUTES p The Imported Thoroughbred Stallion Will make the remainder of the seas on 1907 at S D lyres Monda Hurt 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 a Stallion of tine blood good confirmation splendid disposition in short he is a fine in dividual stands 15 i hands high and a rich bay with black main and tall and only 4 years old Has splen did set of black legs fine eyesbeautl ful head and ear This fine horse was sent to the Centertowu Live- Stock Co by the Kentucky Breeding Bureau for the purpose of improvUi- the breed of horses in Kentucky T restore the standard of breeding t the high reputation that Kentucky has always held for fine and well bred horses What Mr Shouso Sec rotary of Kentucky Breeding Bureau says in his letter to the Centertown Live Stock Co- Gentlemen The horse we are send Ing Isa four earold 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 Hautesse by Archlduc and for the mare and colt Mr Belmont paid 26000 at public auction Ladas the sire of Hauter is one of the fo mest sires of England at the Ares ent time The horse is a individual and there is none bred In America Indeed on Breeding alone he is well werthy a trial at the stud by any breeder of thoroughbred 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 we will be delighted to do business with you Remember w 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 th favorsaand hoping to do more business with you in the future We remain Respectfullyf SD MYRES Keeper l nl K V T slittleattacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beatsheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to thehoartferes with its action and in the course of time the heart becomes dise- asedKodol For Dyspepsiadig- ests what you eat takes the strain off of tho heart and contributes nourishment thebodyStomach Inflammation of the mucous Digestiveof the Stomach mak1ntmyIrnraadaateMRS LOR1NQ NICHOLS Perm VAn N Y I had stomach trouble and was in a bad state as I DyspeptlaCureD KAUBLB Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat I Kllnll indlgtitlon Prtpued at tae Lab oar stomach btleh or orrofBOJ wm leg of rut ItO A Co Chicago USA SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS Cumbeland TELEPHONEAND f Telegraph Co Incorporated mrtmy o 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 D JOHNSON Mgr Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you eats REAL ESTATEIf you have a farm town lot 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 2 hottom land Good new four room hous with large hall and veranda Ares v 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 100 acres 1 mile from the Court Beaveor tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn andoutbuildings 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 kind- of fruit and one of the best water ed places in the county New two story frame dwelling i Hartford Six rooms two nice halls deeprCa and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain The S4Jacre 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 bAIAACe some 80 bushels of corn per acre About 60 acres In timber Three dwelling hous es Good well water and early or balance easy List your property with us We will find a buye- rBURNETT X SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky t b KILLTHE COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PriceFOR100 Guaranteed for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or HOOTDY BACK oicuothotr uperDEFENDED IMrcu BendlllOdel- dra free report Free adYice how to obtain patents trade DlJbcopyright eta IN ALL COUNTRIES JSastiutt direct ullH Waskgtan Lava time many and cfltn 1 fami ExclusivelyWriteau Ninth Strut opp v tatty htoat OflM WASHINGTON D C ROUGn RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY iNconiniuTini 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 11 miles 15cts 45 miles 20 cts c J W OBANNON Mgr- Hartford Ky WIl r ISLSl7fJ it a- orto county ICircuit CourtT F Birkhead Judge ll1dkltfJailer IoseIcySheriff Hartford Deputies S ABratclicr L P CrowUer 1V C PollardCourtand August and continues three weeks and third Monday In slay and November two weeks JUdgeWAttorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly Court Begins on the third Monday In January April July and Oc tober Court of claims Convenes first Monday In January Tuesday after second Monday In October SurveyorShroveBoyJames DeWeeseSchool Superintend ent Hartford Jerome Allen Coroner Jingo JUSTICES COUUTS J H Williams Beaver Dam March aJune 23 September 21 December 21 YoP stiller Horse BranchMarch 25 Juno 23 September 23 December 20 YoS Lean Dundee March 27 Juno 20 September 20 December 27 W n Edge FordsvllleIalch 2SJune September 27 December 23 eB S Chamberlain BedaMarch 2D Juno 23 September 2S December i9 Norbert Render Centertown March rO Juno 23 September 2 December SO uohn II Mlles Rqckport March 31 June 30 September 3n December 31 HAUTFOIID POLICE COURT GlennCltyeconvenes second Monday In onch month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SouthServices third Sunday In each mount at 11 n 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 ALewis Pastor assisted by RevJ Frank Baker Baptist ChurchServices hold Satur tiny night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday everyThursdayPastor SundayInRev Bozarth Pastor Christian Church Services every first Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rot YoD Wright Pastor School Trustees Hartford C M Crowe J S Glenn Dudley Ford C M Barnett Dr E B Pendleton 4CWhiteSTaylor r SECRET SOCIETIES Man month C M Crowe W M Marvin Bean Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets overt Wtera Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights nightCof R and S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every Thursday night E B Pen dleton Commander D E Thomas Rec ord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third MrseKeeperPrestonholds regular meetings Saturday before MPorter DaWltts ESt SatoFor Pltos BUTIM SorNg J a I utt+ f oft jfli f rt r r r l ff J I AA ft rft W n Rn eo Lr1JIu fJI t II hlj fljrI IJ01 HA lit if 1 r J i lllj r fI p I LMAYrt I I I No house in Ohio coun r by carries a better or more uptodate Shoe stock than t you find in our store For miens every day wear we carry Courtneys Full Vamp Shoes None better made llat most reasonable prices Call for our cor rect shape in Patent Vici all guaranteed to give satisfaction or Hamilton Brown celebrated Ameri can Gentlemen Shoes of any s Of style in collars as as good We a of letter our RESIGNS Member Finally Ap points Another Frankfort Ky May re signation of Appellate Court Judge James E Cnntrill was at tho office of Governor Beckharu this morn Ing and the Governor Imme realigning sent the Governor a state Tttsnt declaring that ho had taken the t Kfxp on account of continued ill healthJudge Carroll his Is one of the best known in tho State told was by Judge Cant rill for the Democratic nomination He was chosen of the Court Appeals an office created by tho last in order to aid the lAl1e11ate Court which had been over 1 worked since the illness of Judge Can Who has not sat on the bench 1 I i apre than once or twice during his t Y fien The office of can r tfIkd or left vacant at the dlscre- j fi y uof the Appellate Court 1 nrfiuB Were will now be a full bench Jff ft i 1 v 1 t c FL t jlt 1 oj ttr I 71 1 o Jrii ClothinSSpecial I We are to our trade for their liberal pat ronage given us in many ways Our Suits are the very latest make up Our qualities in malerial can not be Our are the lowest not you to but we do insist on you call ing at our Clothing Department and let us show you Suits for 10 to 15 Su to any you hOe ever looked at Special at ehwon given to Childrensr Suits Prices running from 150 2 82 iO to 5 per Suit t IShoe Department Priesmeyereiitrosent beauty to ladit foot Mens Collars course ylpuii men want the cor- rectI well material have combination each Noe than rfJjTifCollars for 25cents Try them III CANTRILL APPELATUUDGESHIP Illlncapitated Gives asThe received accepted Carsuccessor lawyers defeated Commissioner 4roi Legislature ltrU1 Commissioner Judges thankful excelled prices very Ware asking buy perior Peyser Governor It Is certain that there will be no appointment made and the place will be practically done away with An election to name a successor lull be held in November and it is believed Judge Carroll will have no opposi lion CENTERTOWN May 2iRev E V Phillips went to Elk church Sunday to till his ap pointment Mrs O 13 James spent last week with her parents John Fielden and wife at Rough River Mrs Mat Stewart Evansvllle vis sled her brother J M Carter and sister Mrs J B Swain of this place last week and was accompanied home by her mother Mrs Catherine Car- kr Clinton Igleheart and Louis Geiger of Smallhous were here Saturday on Important business Mr John Carter is here visiting his daughter Mrs Ben J McKenney i J M Shacklett visited his son Carl of McHtMiry last weekIU S Faught who has been on th im1provingi Our railroad shovel has arrived and we are preparing to shove the gravel I j Elmo Sublett and wife of boro were here this week visiting D Maddox lather of Mrs Sublett- J I S Dexter is having a neat dwell ins erected on our East addition jr t t t n Mens Ties and Hosiery i For foot be neatly this pride ourselves hav new Greys Blacks lace Our special prices are 10 cents to 25 cents A beautiful tie is one of the indispensible accessories to mans outfit Sometimes the right kind at the right price is hard to find A long line and there will be no trou ble if you come direct to us for we keep constantly on hands the very la est the market atorcis Drop in and look over our line Carpets and Mattings Why worry about priced and selections on Mattings Car pets Art Squares Rugs Floor Oil Cloth Lace Curtains Poles Carpet Paper Etc Whon you can come direct to our Carpet Department and get exactly what you want at most Mattings lOc 15c to 35c per yard Rugs 50c 150 to 5 each flnrfW y Ana ROCKPORT Rev B F Jenkins filled his regular I churchIMessrs Sam Robertson Bert Rob ertson W I Brown and famlllesleft Tuesday night for Dyersburg Tenn where they have moved their saw millsMisses Nettle Monroe and Beula Benton are on tho sick list Mr H E Jackson returned Iron Cincinnati Saturday morning Miss Lillian Monroe who has been teaching in Hartford Is now at her homeMiss Mattie Harrell went to Central City Sunday Mr Earl Stillwell Big Clifty has resumed his position as night operator at RockportIMr Grimes Owensboro was in Rockport Sunday EvlnsUleSaturday Mrs Randolph WeddingMcHenryls s visiting her parents Mr and Mrs L Reid Howertoen RockportIford last Thursday to attend the Com mencement Mrs Frank Casebler Beaver Dam SundayJ town BEAVER DAM IRev J A Lewis filled his repots 11j 1 t r 4L 10 J1r 1 iV 1FL your to styliit we in I atheGreens o Tans in plain or stripe a pairWindow1 rMrs W M Wright of Louisvllleis her parents Mr and Mrs 0 weekhire and niece Miss Eliose Austin are visiting in Rochester this week Mrs Z W Mitchell entertained the Ladles Flinch Club at her home on La Fayette St last Friday llpr L O Render and Mr Oscar Fie Mor1guntownMrs V M Stewart entertained the Orchestra Friday night Mr slid Mrs E P Barnes have re turned after a trip to French Lick Springs Mrs Joe Sweatt is visiting her par gala at Sacramento this week spentSaturdayotA K Miller Mss Martina Bennett of Hartford spent Monday In town The following pepple spent last Sat urday at High Vew Misses May IIir l Blirchie Leach Marie Austin t Lillian Birr V Bonnie Render Blanch Van Meter Sophia Williams I Horn Oracle Williams Dena Wood bard Messrs M M Faughender M ID Maddox H E Taylor J Frank i I Baker Earnest Coleman Harry Rone vaIblctehlive tp be carried in a sling several Itf l MtnsUn derwear r We are recognized Unf thereforercan fit men of most any dimenisoris Elas tic Seam Drawers All sizes 50c Balbrigau Shirts and Drawers to match50c to 1 a Suit Nainsook sleevless Shirts with short pants a very desirable gar ment for comfort Also good assortment of Boys and Childrens Underwear in Bleach edor Unbleached at 25c each Trunks and Suit Cases I Going abaoa dfhome means that you willneed a Trunk or Suit Case if you want to keep wearing apparel in trim We are not boasting about this line but we do want to show you teat we have exactly what you want at the price want it We inyite comparison in quality and ouICall on us Corsets Remember we handle nothing but theRAmerican Lady Corset adapted to any figure Call and see them Our Fans Our Fan stock should interest every lady A variety of styles to se lect from Prices anywhere from SilkFansGreatest assortment I I I I I I I I 111 I I I I I I NOT GOOD AFTER JUNE 3tFREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITIONiThis Ballot Will Count 5 Votes for i Miss When properly filled out and returned to The Republican officeby mail or otherwise on or before ofexpiration date shown above I I I tI days Miss Sophia Williams a strain edankleMaster Larkin Griffin of Hartford Is spending a few days with this grandmother Mrs Laura A Austin Miss Stidie Maddox who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Ora Maddox returned home Wednesday Miss Georgie Larkin of l Henry spent Sunday with Miss Bessie Barnes Mrs J 3 Mitchell Is visiting her daughter Mrs Cannon In Owensboro this week rJ wfffi MissxNlna Not singer of CentralCit who has been visiting the family o Rev Dunks returned to her home Tue day Prof M D Maddox ia gone to his home near Smallhous to spend a few day- sNface jr To Miners and Farmers We ask of you not to buy wagons or buggies from the HlcTcmanEbtwrt companyfof I f 1 f f 1u 1 II tA if JAMES C BENNETT- P O Box 125 Hartford Kr LICENSED + AUCTIONEER 1 1J I Will sell any and all kinds of prop I reasonable t 1 Owensboro Ky until they recognize 1 the t 1 menDone r j WILSONstfRecording r Special Excursion v Prom Clarksville Tenn and Morgan onJuneL75round J J B WILLIAMS Ageet I tir t 8 rtoc i1rV