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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 r J fe t11t I rtff J I 1 Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription l per YearIII VOTE xix HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 7 1907 NO4711 KOfPMEMO RIAL SERVICES Conducted in Beautiful Man r ner By Rough River Lodge Rev Wright Delivers a Serjnon Which Endears Him to the Hearts of Hartford K PS Agreeable to a beautiful custom the local lbdge of Knights of Pythias ob served last Sunday as a memorial day decorated the graves of their departed brothers at Oakwood and elsewhere The day was damp and threat I erilng rain but the Methodist church waS well filled at 11 am when the lodge marched In and were seated in st body They presented a splendid Appearance being young men fir those in the prime of life Each wore an I elegant badge of mourning When they entered their banner was hung in front of the stand draped in black This was surmounted by a shleldwork 7 foed in flowers of red yellow and blue the lodge colors which was designed by Mrs J S Glenn and Miss Dora E Gibson Enconsed IIi the shield of flowers were the letters P C Bnso lear to every Pythian h art in gilt The church about the alter was sup plied with sweet flowers The opening song Some Sweet Day by the K P Quartet composed f of Knights Griffin Walker Plrtle and Eirkhead was well rendered and as the last note ddled away many of the congregation were In tears Prelate E 1y Ford etl1Bred a short effec tive prayer after whichv Miss Hattie Barnett sang One Sweetly Solemn Thought accompanied by Mr Ernest Fields with his violin The roster of departed Knights W A Gibson Japes A Smith W R BoriuerDr Will KlngJolln P Morton f and Sam S Cox was read by Keeper of Records and Seal C M Crowe glv ing date when Knighted and time and place of death Crossing The Bar by the Quartet was enjoyed by all and the sentiment was well adapted to the occasion The sermon by Rev Wright Pastoj of the Christian church and who is himself an enthusiastic Knight was beautiful and appropriate His text was Let Brotherly Love Prevail The address was full of splendid thought and furnished to those WilD do not belong to the order much information concerning its work for humanity He told the beautiful story of Damon anti Pythias and advan ced the idea that the fact that the church bad failed to do her duty gave rIse to fraternltles He cited the bible story of the good Samaritan and said the Priest and Levite were not Knights of Pythias but that the Samaritan was one or at least he had- a Pythian heart At the close of the sermon the en tiro congregation sangiNeurelMy God to The Miss Carrie Woerner presided at the organ during all the musical select ions and her services were much ap predated by members of the order At 3 oclock the graves of those Knights who are buried at Oakwood were handsomely decorated with choice flowers The entire program was carried out in an effective manner without a hitch and but for the inclement weather the day could not have been better MilterGriffin Wedding Mr Davy G Miller and Miss Mary Griffin were married at the home of thy brides parents Mr and Mrs F Griffin at 2 oclock Tuesday after noon The ceremony was said by thee faev C F Hartford The wedding was a quiet one and only ar few friends of the bride and groom had been invited There were no attend antsMr Miller is a well known young business man of Owensboro His orlg t anal home was at Hartford but for some time past has been connected Ut the Mullen Haynes Drug com tWjianfothis city Mrs Miller is the ffonlY daughter of Mr and Mrs F M Grlffin whose home is east of the city She is a charmlngand talented young woman owensboroMessenger Death of Din F Gibbs The many friends of Mr Dan F Glbbs in Ohlocountywere shocked and pained to learn oit his sudden death Monday at Eyansvillelnd 1ft wherehe had gone only a few months r ago toenter a business connection in I 1Ifit I 1 t 4ci e wholesale groceries Ills death re sulted from an operation for appendicitis His remains were laid to reSt at Rockport Tuesday afternoon after a brief funeral service at the Bap tist church of which he was a faithful member For many years Mr Gibbs was ln business at R6ckport and was also post maser of the town for several terms He enjoyed a wide circle of frIends and was a success in his Bus iness Until recently he was a stockholder in this paper and we held him in the highest esteem The family has our deepest sympathy a BruntonLalllhger Miss Margaret Brunton age 24 and Mr Jno L Lalllnger ago 27 Beaver Dam were married at the home of Mrs Will Travis Clay street Owensboro Sunday mOrning at 1040 Rev B F Jlnkins officiating Miss Brunton Is the eldest daugh ter of Mr and Mrs 0 P Brunton and Is one of Beaver Dams most charm- Ing and popular young ladles Mr Lalllnger is late of the U S Army recruiting service and is now salesman for E P Bathes Bros of Beaver Dam They will make their home at Beaver Dam Mr Gep W Brunton brother of the bride attend ed the wedding Negro Killed at fcR Camp Tile colored gentry of the railroad camp about two miles West of Cen tertown engaged in a drunken row las Sunday and as a result one was killed He was shot at a dose range with a shotgun the contents taking effect in the neck almost severing his head from his body The coon that did the shooting left the scene at once going in the di rection of Shallhous EIIJS H Ren der was called and lel n Citizens of the community refused to permit the burial of the darky ort their premises and the remains were taken to the almshouse farm two miles East of Hartford and burled A Birthday Surprise The relatives of IJncle Wm E Ward of Klndorhook gave him quite a sur prise last Sunday June 2nd it being his 75th irthday- Notwithstandlngthe Inclemancy of uthe man in the moon was a coon the weather they began rolling In about nine oclock and kept coming until they numbered 3S They all brought baskets filled with dainties that would tempt he most fastidious to eat And Uncle William was de lighted he received several presents Those present were Messrs Elda Ward and famllyWlllie Ward and fam lly Ed Ward and family Hes Ward and wife Fleet Ward and wife Vir gil Sandlfur and family Fielden Ben nett and family Robert Bennett and wife D E AJJard and family Mrs Martha Ward and daughters Misses Savllla Lyda and Stella Mrs Augus ta Ashley MrsLaura McKenney avid son Mr Cecil McKenney Mr S T Wallace a BUFORD June 6Mr Joe Thomison of Hef lin visited Mr Sam Rhoades Monday night Mr Will Smith went to Livermore Saturday on business Mrs Clifton Hoover of Clear Run visited Mrs R R Kirk Monday Mr L D Magan went to Hartford MondayMrs G Coffee Is very gick with lung trouble at her brothers William Nicholson Mr Lee Hardy is thought to bea little better Mrs John Blair is up again Mr Luther King of Clear Run was in our town Saturday Mr Everet Ellis of Alexander visited hero Saturday night Our school taught by Miss Forest Calhqun will close Friday She vlll teach pur winter school Miss Cora Thomison of Heflin is visiting her aunt Mrs Sam Rhoades Messrs A T and Horace Bell went to Hartford Monday Mr Dick Yewellof Waltons Creek was in our Town Monday and Tuesday I James Hargis will Raft1 bus Own Paper Lexington Ky June 3Julge James Hargis will shortly begin the publication ota weekly I pemocratlc paper in Jackson to replace the re cently destroyed Jackson Hustler Ho has secured estimates from a Cincin nati typo foundry and will equip a plant at a cost of 5000 It Is said that Attorney 0 K Pollard of Jack son will assume the management of the new paper t- t1 a v + HOME WARE MOUSERS FIRED r District Meeting of A S of E so Decides Harmony no Longer Possible qtjd Step Taken as last Resort After almost two years of more or less Incessant wrangling there is a complete severance between the A S of E tobacco growers with pooling arrangements with the Louisville Warehouse company and those who have been pooling with the Davies County Equity Warehouse company This separation was effected at the Green River District Tobacco Grow ers association meeting on Monday This was done by a vote of the district delegates which declared the Davless County Equity warehouse people outside of the A S of E be cause of alleged violation of the A S of E laws This seemed to have been the chief purpose for which the meet- Ing was called the ousters claiming that this action was necessary to Ute success of the A S otE in the district and the ousted claiming that they were doing more good by their local warehouse plan for the A S of E principles than those who were pooling at Louisville The latter took little part In the meeting and seem ed in different as to what was done They say that they are attending strictly to their own business and Intend to continue to do so Both sides seem to have gotten what they want and should now be satisfied In the meantime there will be a hot contest to see which faction will get the greater part of the 1907 crop pledged to Its POOliIThe home warehousers were ousted in the following manner President Berry of tile Davless County district offered a motion that a stock company be formed of the Equity men to Handle the crop of tobacco There was so much wrangling and spirited talk that Mr Berry withdrew his motion His first mo tion was to get the counties to con sider the molon and vote on it at the next meeting Mr L N Robertson made a motion that a committee of eight be appointed to meet the Home warehouse officials and get an understanding re garding the difficulty between the two parties which was done Them committee after hours of conference reported as follows We your committee respectfully report that after a complete consid eration of the position and proposi tions of the board of directors of the Home Warehouse company we are unable to reach any agreement sat- Isfactory to your committee and said board We therefore recommend that the people composing tine home warehouse take no further part In the meeting of the Green River dis trict Tobacco Growers association of the A S of E until such time as the board of directors of said warehouse company agree to abide by the constitution and bylaws of the tobacco growers associationI The report was adopted after much discussion and wrangling- Among Tbe Lodges Hartford Blue Lodge F A M received three petitions at its regular meeting Monday night and conferred the Entered Apprentice degree on one candidate A largo amount of routine business was transacted We have been handed by Dr E B Pendleton a file of the American Freemason being Vol 11 published at Louisville in 1852 It was found a few days ago by Hon H P Toylorand given to Dr Pendleton It was presented to Hartford lodge No 156 by the Grand Lodge of Kentucky It bears Masonic date 5S53 and contains many interesting articles upon matters pertaining to the Craft Among the old faded leaves of the file was found an invitation to Hartford Lodge No 156 to attend the ceremonies of laying the corner stone of a new Ma sonic homo in Louisville June 10 1851 The invitation is signed by Chas Tilden C F Willis and S L Grant Commltteand contains a front picture of the old Masonic building at the corner of 4th andJefferson which was burned a few days ago Any of the brethren who desires to see this Masonic reUc can dosoby calling at this office withln the next few days A t call meeting for Hartford lodge I IJr t i No 075 F A M will be held next Monday night for work In the second degree aud to consider matters In con nection with the new hall proposition Rough River Lodge K of P No 110 had an interesting session Tues day night tine petition was received Keeper of the Records and Seal C M Crowe tendered his resignation to take effect first meeting night In July The members of the lodge dislike very much to give up the splendid Sand faithful service of Bro Crowe in this capacity t but they also realize the sacrifices which he has made to serve them this far On motion the follow- Ing committee was appointed to draft suitable resolutions concerning the death of Knight D F Gibbs and of sympathy for Knight John W Taylor over the death of his little son S A Anderson E M Woodward and Jas H Williams Knights Arch Lewis and Will S Taylor were selected to accom pany Bro Taylor and wife to Indiana to bury their little child as represen tatives of and at the expense of the lodge The committee on resolutions re ported the following which wore unanimously adopted Whereas the officers and members of this lodgeJxavev learned with pro found sorrow of the death of our Bro Dan F Gibbs who departed this life in the city of Evansville Ind on June 3 1907 therefore be it Resolved That In the death of Bro Gibbs this lodge has lost an excellent member a valiant Knight a compan ionable associate and one whom each and every member was proud of and delighted to honor He had by his ex empla y conduct endeared himself U- the members of this lodge and his untimely death Is keenly felt by the officers and members thereof Always of heerful disposition with a manly courageous bearing it was our delight to ever have him present His was a sunny disposition always look Ing for the best In mankind ever ready to uphold the right and now as his spirit has gone to the God that gave It we should strive to exempli fy his many good qualities so as to make them a living principle of our orderResolved Further that we extend to the bereaved widow and his little children our sincerest condolence and assure them that in this their sad hour of bereavement our tears our pxayers and our sympathies are with them That a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of our lodge and a copy furnished to the widow of our deceased brother that the officers and members of this lodge wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty days that a copy be furnished to each of the county papers for publication and a copy furnished to the Kentucky Pythian This June 4 1907 S A ANDERSON ERNEST WOODWARD JAS H WlLLLAJlS Committee This lodge has just learned with profound sorrow of the death of lit tle John Carroll son of our brother Jno W Taylor who departed this life June 4 1907 therefore be it Resolved That we extend to Bro Taylor our deepest sympathy In this his sad hour of bereavement and we bow in humble submission to the will of the Allwlso Ruler who death all things for the best Resolved Further that a copy of these resolutions be presented to Bro Taylor and be spread upon the minutes of this lodge and K copy be furnished each of our county papers foe Publication This June 4 1907 S A ANDERSON ERNEST WOODWARD JAB H WILLIAMSCommittee This lodge will have work In the first and second rank next Tuesday night Decrease in School Census Supt J M DeWeese furnished us the following statistics on the schoolchildren for Ohio county which shows a slight decrease In in the number of pupil children as compared with last yearThe county now has 123 white districts and report 4213 males 4034 females against 4334 males and 3939 females last year or a decrease of 216 white children There are ten colored schools and report 211 male and 226 female against 236 male and 242 female last year or a decrease bf 41 Hartford dlstrlctis the largest re porting 272 while Vine prove is the smallest reporting only 18 pupils I u AJI 1 0 0 LOCAL OPTION ELECTION STIRS UP DOLING GREEN Wild Excitement Over Closing of Local Option- Champaign Bowling Green Ky Juno tThe wjldest excitement prevailed here to night Hundreds of people lined the streets from before nightfall on and the tent on Main street was filed to overflowing The meeting had been advertised for colored people but hundreds of whites stood around the edge of the tent Dr William Turner who is one of the most prominent Republicans here and who recently went out of the whisky business and joined the temperance forces made a rousing opeech to the audience Two colored orators also delivered addresses A colored man from Louisville spoke to a numbe of his race further down the street for the wets Several county offi cials who had been counted with the wets today announced openly that they would vote dry The election takes place tomorrow Popular Young People Wed Married at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs H C Wright at Magan Wednesday evening May the 28 at 730 in the presence of a few relatives and friends Dr J L Den ton and Miss Verta Mea Wright Rev- F D Baughn officiating The attendants were Miss Emma Wright and Rexal Denton sister anti brother of the bride and groom respectively and Muss Mattie Wright and Thomas Miller The bride wore blue silk and the brides maids were In WhiteIa To Preserve McKinley Home Canton Ohio June 3Canton citi zens have discussed methods of pre serving the McKinley home intact The idea is to make a second Mount Vernon where the furniture and gfts and paintings and statuary of the Mc Klnleys may be preserved Justice William R Day is anlous to have the home preserved It won d indeed be most appreciated said Judge Day today They will want also to see the home in which the late president lived and worked In fact the McKinley home is the most sug gestive thing connected with the life of McKinley rNARROWS June 0Muss Annie Dunn visited friends at Olaton Sunday Mr James Carter is visiting in Da viess county this week Miss Edna DanlelOlatonls the guest of her brother Lawrence Daniel Mr J B Renfrew was In Louisville last week Mr and Mrs J C Magan of Olaton visited their daughter Mrs R C Duff the first of the week Mrs Lizzie Land Harrisburg Ill who had been visiting her sister Mrs Ruth Bean at Sulphur Springs left for her home Tuesday afternoon Mr Claude Shultz who is attending the State College at Lexington is at home for a few days visit with his parents Mr and Mrs Joe T Shultz Miss Lynn Camp of Henderson is visiting her sister Mrs William Park Rev Reginald Bennett a member of the faculty of Vanderbilt Thalning school at Elkton is at home for a few days stay with his father Mr Sam BennettMiss Bessie Fitzhugh Dundee has gone to Bowling Green to spend the summer with relatives Mr John P Johnson the last of the Narrows bachelors not counting Jim Carter crossed the boundry line of lonesomeness Wednesday evening marrying Miss Bertha Allen of Hartford Mr Johnson has just completed a new residence which he and his bride will occupy A small child of Mr James Magan came near being killed by a vicious hog a few days ago The child is only about three years old and was playing in the barn lot where It is supposed it caught a pig the cliel of which brought about the attack by wasIlaceratedcrushed It is thought the little one will recoverqYour correspondent hall always thought he could detect tine smell of fish about newspaper stories ot aged people cutting new sets of teeth but since it has recently occurred in his own bailiwick his doubts are dissolved Mrs Julia Kirby widow ofthe late grandIage new 1 c r and it Is apparent there are more to followAnd say Mr Editor speaking of outoftheordlnary things weve got a little garden right hgro in sight of our city hall thats a stunner There Is only an acre or a little more of It but you couldnt buy it for the whole Republican plant and yours is the nicest neatest and completest news paper outfit outside of the largest cities in Ketucky I am speaking of A R Renfrow Cos sang garden where four hundred thousand of those wonderful plants that so admirably physic John Chinamans ills lift their slender stems and shapely leaves above their fertile and weedless beds Come up and see It From Another Correspondent June 4The recent rains are caus ing the farmers to get very far behind with their work Mr and Mrs Tarlton Loyd were the guests of Mr and Mrs Joseph Shultz last Sunday Mr Claude Shultz will leave in a few days for Lexington where he will at tend the summer school Messrs Lonnie Daniel and Jesse Duke who have been In Illinois for the past two months passed through our town on their way home last Mon dayMr and Mrs Noah White of Hart ford were the guests of Mr Alec Bos well and wife last Saturday and Sun dayProf Marvin Black and sister Miss Ina of Hartford visited Miss Annie Daniel Saturday and Sunday- A surprise dinner was given at the home of Mr J W Daniel on last Sunday In honor of his wifes forty seventh birthday Mrs Daniel is a daughter of Mr N P Boswell both well known and highly respected cit izens of Ohio county All the brothers aid sisters and their families were pres ent except one brother Quite a num ber of close relatives and friends were also present At noon a sumptuous and most bountiful dinner was served to about fifty guests On the after noon a short religious service consisting of song and prayer was con ducted by J W Thomas Those present of the Immediate family were Mrs M A Boswell Mr E P Foreman and wIfeMrs Sallle Boswell Fore man and children Messrs N G Bos well T S Boswell and C J Boswell and their families Others present were Mr S T Daniel and family Robert Daniel Mrs Elmer Miller Mrs Ada Smith Mr J W Thomas and family Misses Ina Black and Maud Shultz and Messrs Marvin Black Fred Shultz Dotson Park and Jesse Duke Strayed One dark red cow dehorned star In forehead about five years old and marked split In right and under slope In left ear Liberal reward for any information leading to her recovery MRS NICHOLAS BARRASS Taylor Mines Ky i Chocolates delicious confections cHESE purest finest candy and will delight the taste of every member of the fam ily upWe freshevery week and in our modem candy case keep it in suchperfect condi lion that it fairly melts in your mouth Take Home a Box lib60c 12 lb 30c James H WilliamsT- he tozatZ Store f 1 1 I fEARFUL BURNS FROM LIGHTENING But Preston Arnold Has a Chance of Recovery t Was Talking Over Telephone When the Stroke I Came J q Onehalf of his body burned almost to a crisp his trousers torn into t strips no broader that a mans finger t and the shoe torn from one of hs feet by a stroke of lightning convey ed over a telephone wire Preston Ar nold of the Maceo neighborhood still lives and apparently has a fair t chance for recovery The stroke by which Arnold was so severely burned shocked Joseph r Matingly so severely that he was ren dered unconscious and shivered the telephone box Into splinters The accident occurred at the home of Ed Mattingly about two milesI from Maceo at 630 oclock last r night while the severe electrical and rainstorm was at Its heght Arnold was talking over the telephone and Joe Mattingly was standing about six feet from him Suddenly was lifted into the nil and fell to the floor uncon scious his clothing torn into shreds J At the same Instant Joe MatUnglyj fell to the floor unconscious without any visible effect on his body I An examination of Arnold showed that the left 3Ide of his body wes severely j burned from the to the bottom of the foot The most sej were burn was on the face and neck close to where the receiver was held Mattingly recovered consciousness in a short time but persons In the house thought for a time that Arnold was dead i Dr M B Berry was summoned and after working with the patient for several hours succeeded In par tially restoring him to consciousness At 11 oclock last night Arnold was in a semiconscious condition Dr Berry said that It was impossible at that time to say how seriously Ar nold was Injured or what the chances were for his recovery He said however that he had hopes for his recovery Preston Arnold Is about twenty two years old He Is employed on the farm of Ed Mattingly Owens boro Inquirer Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is Impure thin diseased j hot or full of humors If you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema Itching j rising and bumpy skit bone painsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Bloodr Balm D n B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially ad vised for chronic deepseated casesas it cures after all else falls 35tf Where the Danger Lies The danger lies in making a hodge l odge of special Tariff concesionivme for each country If Tariff concession either through lower valuations by the United Sintes appraisers or by it low er Tariff are to be made at all they should be granted to every country which grants the United Stn s the most favored nation clause and against every nation that seeks toj diBcriinhwlo against the United Sat this country Is abundantly able to protect itself Our exports are largely of foodstuffs and these are ueces slUes which other nations need If they want them let them make such Tariff raes as will admit them If they dont theres no need of ill f ling over the matter Foodstuffs are staples and their market Is wide Eanesvlll Courier 1 Excursion Rates to Louisville and Return Account Republican State Convention June 19 1907 Dates of sale- S June 18 39 1907 with limit good to leave Louisville returning not later than June 22 1907 Rato one fare plus 25 cents for round trip J E WILLIAMS Agent an EJectorallssueI AIrotn ho English ncwKpnpcrs lOW come to hand It appears that live by election for the Bragg Dlyison of Lui L 1 ollnIlont This gives the return of the I 1Unionist n significance above the or dinary since tho division has been Liberal since 1S93 and has now turned a ministerial majority of 1726 into a Minority of 116 In the case of a can dldate who made Tariff reform the prln + tclpal issue Sir Berkeley Sheffield In w Ills election addresses condemned the I existing British duties as inadequate I et- t + SGY Any LY t IY- k T even on the basis of n Tariff for rove nue and advocated their transference from necessities such its tea and sugar I to foreign manufactured imports This ho maintained would assist the work ing population both by reducing the byIlnsutrlngBut the Unionist candidate went fur thor find offered Tariff reform aslithe basis of a constructive social policy I ospVcinlly of agrarian reform much I oil the lines embodied in tho recommen i datlons made in the recent report of the Agricultural Committee of Mr I Chamberlains commission The principle favored by tho committee was the taxation at low rates of imported grain and other articles of food now on the free llstIn order that a fund might be raised for land purchase the creation of small holdings reform of loca taxation agricultural research im provement to transport and other meas designed to Improve agricultural lures In England That seems to have been the policy which carried a large agricultural constituency and what It succeeded In doing there maybe easily repeated in other farming counties It Is a notable fact that the Bragg Division was the first straight fight since the general elections In which the Unionists have captured the Liberal seat the gain at Cockerworth being due to the triangular contests caused by the running of an Independ ent labor candidate Toronto World Knights of Friendship Owensboro Kentucky June 14th The Illinois Central Railroad Co will sell round trip tickets to Owens boro Ky at one and onethird fare plus 25 cents on June llh limited June 15th for return- J E WILLIAMS Agent MILITIA TO DECIDE LOCATION OF CAMP Can go to Jamestown on Five Days Pay or Stay in Ken tucky With ten Days Pay Frnnkfor Ky May nTo the members of the Kentucky State Guard will be submitted the question of whether they prefer to have the annual camp of Instruction this sum mer held In the State with ten days pay or at the Jamestown Exposition with five days pay In other words will they be willing to put up the pay they would receive for five days n order to get the trip to the Expo sitioh Upon their action probably depends whether the camp will be located at Jamestown Other matters in connection with the location of the camp at that place ave to be consid ered but it Is chiefly desired to know how the troops themselves feel about aklng the trip out of the State The plan to submit the matter to the soldiers was determined upon to dlJl1rtment O A J9 1 O XI X A Heart Have Always Bought ot thedAb9 The Government Short There is a dearth of stenographers thorough the countrycven the United Stales Government is unable to pro cure all It needsThe Business Univer sity at Bowling Green Ky turns out more stenographers that any other institution in the South and yet it gets many times more calls for them than it can supply Stenography Is an un c rvdt t vocation The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing in tht country most dangerous because so decep live Many suddel b1ii pneumonia hear failure or apoplez are the resur of kidney disease P kidney trouble is al lowed to advance the kldneypoisonee blood will attack the thekidneysaway cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result from a derangement of the kidneys and a cure IJ obtained quickest by a proper treatment ol the kidneys If you are feeling badly you KilmersSwnmpRoot remedyIt to hold urine and ing in passing It and vercomes thai unpleasant necessity of being compelled to manytimesextraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold by all druggIsts In fiftycent and onedollar mayhavethis wonderful new dis coveryand a book that often scald pain lehs all about II both Home of SwampRoot sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention paperDontthe name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BinghamtonN t SHIFTING POWER IN CHINA Government Breaks up Monopoly V Connected With Meat irfi Inspection W J v j Washington DC Juno JNIs1tSJ ceived at the Stat Department makes if appear that the present outbreak In China is one of the most soriqusj that tho government there hud lV had to deal with and the American warships on the Chink station mo b Ing held In readiness o protect nol ou ly American but all foreign intervals if they are seriously threatened Con jtsoutbreak is not antiforeign its was In Boxer uprising of 1900 but that it is questioniswho hall been a boy Emperor ffor so long that he ought to bo pretty well grown by this time Foreigners know little or nothing of this puppet ruler They do not know for a certainty whether he is alive or dead They dp know that the real power in Chinese affairs is TslAnthe Dowager Empress who like the Dowager Empress of Russiatakes the responsibility of run ning things only TsiAn la a good deal more openly powerful than Marie Feodora When the ladles of the dip lomatic Corps were entertained by the Dowager Empress of China after the return of the Imperial family to the Summer Palace in Pekln the boy Emporer was present at the audience WUSInoEmperor or someone else There have been a number of reports In the past five years that the young emporer had been poisoned or otherwise none away with and that the crafty old Dowa ger was keeping a dummy In his place Of course the one outside the inner most Court Circle can tell whether this is true or not But the report is gaining ground among the Chinese that TsiAn is in her last illness and the socalled re form party which stands for a Chi nese constitution and other more lib oral measures has organized to cap aure the Emperor knowing that with him in their possession it will be pos sible to run the Empire pretty much as they see fit The rebels known as the Triads have captured a number of the minor towns and are marching on Amoy one of the most important of the Chinese seaports The advices from Consul Paddock were the rebels I were Just outside of Swatow a city just across the bay from Amoy The Helena one of the gunboats that was built especially for servce on the Chinese rivers was sent front Amoy to the scene of the trouble and the whole American squadron now In Chi nese waters is being concentrated near Amony So long as the rebels confine themselves to killing Chinese this government can enter no reasonable ob jection But if any foreign property either American or other is touched blue jackets will be landed and will have to cooperate with the other for in mell1blrShlJlImarch has been broken up In the department of Agriculture At least the government thinks It has been broken and that about 300000 a year will be saved to the government and incidentally to the public The department has for a number of years been buying a special patented label to mark the meat In tended for export This label was the design of a Washington man and con sisted on a little square of mosquito net filled with gelatine on which was printed words U S Inspected and Passed It was rather a clever device for it could be struck on the meat that had been passed by the Inspectors and though the gelatine would be worn off in a little while the Indelible ink that was in the label sunk into the meat and stayed indefinitely The government paid only C5 cents per 1 000 for the tags but there was a hand some profit in it for the company that made them and so long as Dr Salmon who was the chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry and a large stock holder in the company remained in tho department there could be noth ing found to take the place of the gelatine label There came near being a bad graft scandal over this little monopoly but the discussion died down and Dr Salmon resigned and went to South America to take charge of the Bureau of Animal Industry that was being established by the govern ment of Argentina Since his depart ure one of the men in the bureau has devised a little ruber stamp that does the work just as well and that even with the vastly increased work re quired under the new meat inspection law will cost the government only about 10000 n year It is of course a little curious that no device of this sort could ever bo found to do the work while Dr Salmon was in charge of the bureau but then you know inventive genius works by fits and starts Call for Republican Convention vi The Ohio County Republican Exec Jd t 4 1 L iitlvo Committee met af the court Horse In Hartford persuant to call of the chairman Saturday April 27i at 1 p m The Committeo was Called to order by Chairman Ragland and a roll call by the SecreUry 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 lof Ohio county be held at the Court House in Hartford June V15 at It30 p m standard time to select dele gates and Alternates to attend the Republican Stato Convention to be held in the city of Louisville Juno etjl9th 1907 for the purpose of nom mating 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 delegatesOn it was further ordered that a delegated convention be held at the court house in Hartford on June 15 1907 at 2 oclock p m stan dard time for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Representative in the next General Assembly from this the 26th district to be voted for at the November election 1907 It was ordered that mass conventions be held in each voting precinct at the polling place Saturday June 8 1907 at 2 oclock p m standard time for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend the county convention June 15 1907 The basis of representation shall be one delegate for each twen tyfive or fraction over twelve votes cast for Judge W B Taylor in the county election at November election 1905Upon 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 Nprth Rockport 4 South Rockport 3 Select 4 Horse Branch 5 Rosine 8 East Beaver Dam 3 West Beaver Dam 6 McHenry 5Centertown G Smallhous 2 Fast Fordsville 6 West Fordsville 5 Aetnavllle 2Shreve 3 Olaton 3 Buford 2 BaiUett 4Hef lin 2 Ceralvo 2 Point Pleasant 2 Narrows 3 Ralph 3 Prentls 2 Herbert 1 Arnold 3 Render 4 Total 129 necessary to choicfe 65 M S RAGLAND Chmn- J M DeWEESE Sec A A Dangerous Deadlock That sometimes terminates fatallyis the stoppage of liver and bowel func ions To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sensations Dr Kings New Life Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed absolu tely satisfactory inv every ease or money back at all druggists drug stroe 23c t m Had to be Returned A party of tourists were visiting the ancient landmarks of England accord Ing to a writer in the New Orleans TimesDemocrat and their guide was supplying them with valuable hlstorl factsThis tower he remarked goes back to William the Conqueror Why whats the matter Inquired one of his listeners Isnt it satisfac tory t Help the Horse l No article It more useful about the table than Mica Axle Grease Put a little on the spindles before + hook andbring MICA AXLE- 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the CourierJour The regular price of the weekly CourierJournal alone is 100 aI yearjA CURE tiveCATARR Elys Cream is absorbed Give at Once It cleanses sOo hos proteotsthediSeas brane It cures Catarrh and drives awaa the Hed Ee r Senses of 2j and burner throughout and beautifully diningroom or nearest not UNCO BATED etch photographers THE Presidential proaching Mr for nal Relief HMJEBRITaatqandEmoll Funsize 5Opte7etDr TifalBlzel0ctilbymaU1Ely I 1 I tk J Ji I J Y f 1 In small clUes and towns because 1 There Is not a sufficient population to a GOOD school 1 bypersonsmake It a practice to trays 1 about and de fraud they patrons 3 There are few If any opportunities for their graduates to secure employment In suchlocallUes 4 The THOROUGH business colleges are located In thelarger cities and are con 7 ducted by persons who are qualified 5 The graduates of business colleges In small cities orto wns can not secure employ competition iiitime 0 HAUTESI The Imported Thoro- ughbredStallion 4 Will make the remainder of the seasion 1907 at S D Myres lfondayHartIford Fair grounds Tuesday and Wed nesday and at Centertown Thursday I Friday and Saturday for the nominal 1 sum of 1000 to Insure live colt money due when fact is ascertained or mare parted with This is a Stallion of fine i blood good confirmation splendid j disposition in short hG Is a fide Individual j stands 150 hands high and is a rich bay with black main and tall and only 4 years old Has splen did set of black legs flno eyesbeautl ful head and ear This fine horse was sent to tho Centertown Live Stock Co by the Kentucky Breeding Bureau for the purpose of Improving the breed of horses in Kentucky To restore the standard of breeding to the high reputation that Kentucky has always held for fine and well bred horses What Mr Spouse Sec retary of Kentucky Breeding Bureau says in his letter to the Centertown i Live Stock Co iifIngPresented to the Kentucky Breeding Bureau by the Hon August Belmont II of New York Ho was brought torthis country at the foot of his dam Imported Hautesse by Arohlduc and for the mare and colt Mr Belmont paid 25000 at public auction Ladas the sire of Hauter Is one of the fo mest sires of England at the pres ent time The horse Is a splendid individual and there Is none better bred in America Indeed on Breeding alone he is well worthy a trial at 1bredfYours Respectfully JULETT SHOUSE Sec r tdllJ are satisfied with our stock and its breeding we will be delighted to do business with you Remember we have the best coach stallion in the State one whoso colts are finer and ningtime i Herald olandyou in the future We remain RespectfullyCENTERTOWN S D MYRES KMjpr filU r tIII Wr Subscribbfor orl hpTTn tC N iI I a- I 4 R r 1r r raway- C r jiYO PLANT BEDs f i rARE DESTROYED Y Evidently Through Spirit of ll it Mischief or Maniav r Plants Belonged to Members of v vA S of Eton Paul 1Scherms Farm Plant bed destruction has been re sorted to in Davless county but there v is no reason to believe that the work was done by night riders or any persons connected with the tobacco growers organization Thtre is every reason to believe that the plants were destroyed by some irresponsible persons in a spirit of mischief or that the idea of destroying plant beds hat become a sort of epidemic mania The beds destroyed belonging to Paul Scherm son of Mike Scherm of the Rome neighborhood Both Paul Scherm and his father ore members of theA S of E and have pookii I their tobacco ever since the stxrIy- I I began pooling in Daviess couryi- They have never asked fir the ad vance on tobacco pooled but hi v i counseled their croppers to pool and take theca advance Tho Messrs Scherm are not allied with eilluv the home warehouse faction or the Louis ville warehouse faction in the county and districtorganizations Lust yfur they pooled about lutlf their tobacco with the Daviei county Equity Wnrthouty company and half wIth tie conimtieo receiving uicco to be stored with till Louis vill Wait house company So fav as 0111 b ascertained there Is no roasu why any member of the orgetzaions- hould hold malic towards them Two llirge plant beds on Paul Schonns farm were destroyed Thurn day night They contained enough plants to have planted fivo acres the regulation Equity acnngo for two I they were the property of a negro crupper on Mike SchermB farm The beds were covered with canvas und the dstruction was wrought by applying a mutch to the canvas The plants were unusually large and would Jiavo been set out in a few days With the exception of a few small plants that were protected by the large ones all were totally ruined A third bed a short distance from these two was left unharmed Paul Scherm is a young man mind this would have been his first crop for himself He expected to hire one hand and put out 0000 stills of to bacco Plants from the other bed were to be used on Mike Scherms farm There is no clue as to the identity of the person or persojis who perpe trated the ought There iFno case of Indigestion np matter hqw 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 it lt is a scientific preparation of vege P 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 New Stamped Envelopes Beginning July 1 the Postoffice Department will issue stamped envelopes and newspaper wrappers bearing embossed imutnctf stamps of new designs 11111ellipserelief and the colors of their back grounds will be Onecent Benjamin Franliln green twocent George Washington red fourcent Behjalnlu Franklin black fivecent George f Washington Blue Within a border surrounding the subject in basrelief will appear in white embossed capital letters the words United States and the de- nomination7 onecent twocent etc In Memory Of Oracle daughter of George B and Mary A Lee Sunnydalewho was born May 22nd 1890 In Ohio county ky joined the M E church South at Marvin Chapel March 5 1905 Was I married to Mr Charjle H Duncan March 211906 died May 11 J907 ofI Infiamatory rheumatism age 1G years 11 months and 19I days- Slti left quite a number mil relatives and friends to mourn her departure Yet their loss is her gain We believe she died safe in the hands of Jesus and that her spiritI is nay roaming In that land of bliss I homo of the redeemed and bearing a beacon light and beckoning to sonic onetocome home to meet her in the sskies Wo would sny to the bereaved jbhes not to mourn for her as for one whO shod no hope but look unto Him who doeth nil things well and VirJ 4 be prepared to meet Oracle in r I home I v Heavenly Ni Again through Gods Providence an- N other nifmhyr of this c1tlsonl Maryfji I rjbhtpcl hcsbeen called upon to go a t 41 s J r t 1 tl I J J lJI r V ri f a h dat IL c xx t JI Ji r I n ms s fi hCV 01 Interest To WoMen ffo such ragmen as ate not seriously out- of health but who have exacting duties to perfor either in the way house hid cares or In social dutles and tune U i t hI h seriously talt their strength as we Tffi3urslng mothers Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription has proved a most valuable supxlrtlng tonic and Invigorat- Ing nervtne B I mel a much ferlous slckhoss an erlnr may bo voLIdc PLAttn tgtilo and the 5 dmf V l1 Y eteYe Idom have to be em to railgJilEWitTtTai va ua W n Y- to rr time TheFavorlte Prescript on asproveu I n greatontoexp ctant mothers by system for the coming of baby thereby rendering child birth safe easy and almost painless Bear in pleaso that Dr PIerces Favorite Proscription is not a secret or patent medicine against which the most Intelligent people erg quite naturally averse because of tho uncertainty as to their composition and harmless character but IS a MFJHCIXK OF KNOWS COMPOSITION a full list of all its Ingredients being printed In plain English on every bottle wrapper An examination of this list of Ingredients will disclose tho fact that It Is nonalcoholic In its composition chemic taklnfthein its mukonp In this connection It may not nut place to state that tho Favorite Prescription of Dr Plerco Is tho onl mcdlcluo put up for the euro of- Woman s peculiar weaknesses and all ments and through druggists all the Ingredients of which havo the un animous endorsement of all the leading medical writers and teachers of all tho several schools of practice and that too ns remedies for for which Favorite Prescription is recommended A little of endorsements will bo sent to address postpaid and absolutely free if you request same by postal card or letter of Dr R V Pierce N Y Dr IMprcos Pleasant Pnllets euro constipation Constipation Is tho catum of many diseases Curo cause and you cure the disease Easy to take as candy to eternity Several of our venerable numbers hove crossed the River or Death std passed into eternity but here is Graci who but only in the bloom of youth iu now numbered will the dead so we as members of sail class should tithe warning and ever be at our post trying to discharge many duty that Clod may see fit to en join upon us J T D Slate of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County ss Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner in tho firm of F J Cheney Co doing business In tho City of Toledo County and State aforos id and that said firm will pay the sm tl One Hundred Dollars for each and very case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before the and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of De cemberA D 1SSG 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 Co Toledo 0 Sold by all Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consti patton Grow rs to Control Penut Crop The peanutgrowers of North Caro unit and Virginia are about to adopt the same steps toward controlling the market as were taken by the tobacco growers of Kentucky Before the advent of the American Society of Equity the tobacco growers sold at prices SIt by the trust since being organized they have doubled the price set by the trust and It must ccmu through with the coin or not jet the goods The producers have built warehouses and store their crops therein until Hold If a grower so de sires he is able to secure an advance In casts of CM per cent of the ap praisedvalue This has resulted in receivingIho would have received had he sold to the trust und he still has a like mount coming to him when the crop Is finally sold That tits growers by organization can obtain the minimum price of 5V cents for prime nuts there is no ques tion Last winter the North Carolina md Virginia growers who were organ ized obtained Iil cents Tennessee growers who were not organized sold- fir less than 4 cents These facts huge aroused enthusiasm among the Tennessee growers to such an extent that they are organizing all jilohg the line This means the peanut growers vll control the crop of 1997 Seven Hills Chautauqua Illinois Central Railrpad will sell tickets to Owensboro Ky itn4 return at one and onethird firstclass fares I for round trip on July 14th to July 20th inclusive Return limit August 16 1907 Cheaper rates In effect on certain days For particulars call on J E Williams Agent m ELOPES WHILE PARI I ENTS ARE ASLEEP Birk City Girl Locked up to Keci Sweetheart Away Escapes IThrough Window o I Togged out in a borrowed hat be spatted with mud from ft long ride but jubilant at success Charlotte Polk aged seventeen years 1 who elop I ed at midnight from her home iuBM City Ky was married at County Clerk Fosters office in the courthouse Friday morning to Frank Kerr aged nineteen years also of Birk City says I the Evansvllle Courier Rev C D Mitchell performing the cremcinyI The girl who is a petite and dashing type of Kentucky beauty hud bUf n the sweetheart of young Kerr for several years Recently she broached to her parents her Intention to marry him Her father and mother Mr and Mrs Molly Polk emphatically opposed the marriage and shut the girl up in the house with strict orders for h to have nothing more to do wilhrche young and dashing Lochinvar Tin hext time that Kerr called at the Polk homestead the dogs were set on liin and he fled to escape harm I Nothing daunted Kerr and the im prisoned girl got into communlcn u through friends and determined up n elopement On Thursday night wh 1 Miss Folks parents were asleep sIdressed for a hurried trp and StlllJ to crawl out through her bedroom win dow Imagining that she heard i noise she jumped from the window so quickly that her but fell inside Tin room She went ahead bareheaded ta safe distance down till lane sht joined young Kerr in a buggy and drove like furies to Henderson KrI arriving there at 2 oclock in morning From there they took liti train to Evansville and outdo a b1 line for the court house where thy secured a marriage licenser The young couple returned homeJI a noon train The bride said she would not go to see her parents us tIknew it would be no use to ask fi ji forgiveness for a while at least I A prompt pleasant good remedy for coughs and colds is Kennedyx Laxative Cough Syrup It is especial ChllIdren nilldruggistsI I IThe Hargis Verdict As a good citizen we accept rite I verdict of the jury that said lamas Hargis was not It party to the assassination i of James Cockri11 But I the verdict has not cluing dour opinion nor will it that of o her citizens If there are those qui do not believe in his gull they 111111111Those would exempt him from punish I ment for political or other roitKons will Continue in the same Im Nn one acquainted with public sntl ment will question the fact that It is the gemnil belief that he Is gushy these are the conditions as Wi see them If as good citizens W ac cept the verdict for the same r6a sons as good citizens 1 should know the facts connected WI 11 the trial and the verdict At tit for mer trial of Judge Hargs Gar this offense the instructions of tly trial Judge were of a nuumt to favor has acquittal and if would have been donl but for UK fuel that two of the Jurors 11 ld 6n tho evidence rather than tl c In- i structions In order that the condi tions may be understood we will I state that Judge HargB ia an was static by the Lexington D111 crat is diapers the leading Demnc1 of stated by the Lexngton lI11atlc He is a member of the Dem craUc State Central Commit 0 and is a man of recognized force in party affairs It was through the influ once of Judge Hargls that Judg D 9aleThe court that tried Judg Hut gls with all the officers was- cd CrpiH exclusively of his political ftwci ides Tine sheriffs that summit ied he jury were his personal as well res his political friends A W b Lee the foreman of the Jury is a Lexington saloon keeper ntjher eleven were from one sccMm of Scott county All twelve If the Jury are partisan Democrats At OOOOOOoo OOMOOOOOOOOeV con D is less d than it usedto be 0 0CertainI will result from the following treatments V f andScottsLEmulsion ALL DRUGGISTS j BOc AND 1OQ YYtrYi 7fYYY1rY111ryiY1tMY11 d y 3fe r 1 i f 1 Y 1 t J fot 4tYla 11 Ye 1t 1 w It + v t I w4v tI r i- y iV t ihe conclusion ff Col Allens speech Vcclnendny afternoon the jury was sent to the Jury room After about one hour they adjourned for super It was the that the politicians in cludIng the deputy sheriff In charge of the jury goat busy Democrat of fleet holders from Georgetown began io appear At an early hour Tues dny morning the tip was out that the jury had agreed and flint ft was ac quittalIwere promptly in tho court room When the verdict was read there was an outburst of applause After the t demonstration was over and the jury was discharged Judge Hargls shook hands with the members of the jury and thanked each of them personal ly for their verdict which acquitted him Leaving the courthouse Judge Hargis accompanied by his friends including several of time jury adjourned to the Leland Hotel where he celebrated his acquittal by ordering drinks for the crowd Lalcr one of the jurors from Scott Bl1IUIHtonHritton there is a report that II pulled this jury over for your side and Its tld right I urn a citizen of the old typo and I will stand by you fellows always If you ever got hard run just conic to mo amt as long ns I have a bank account you can have my help From the evidence produced the action of the court officers with the exception of Col Allen and the verdict wo conclude Thit it was an ex pHise to the Commonwealth and tI wItBle time to introduce evidence that Judge Hargis because of his ataiding and influence in the Democratic party s Jninmnp from punishment no dlffer ence wMu wljt cvme 1e may h charged SunStnJuil Badly Mixed Up Abraham Drown of Wintcrlon N Y had a very remarkable experience ho sags Doctors got badly nixed up over me one said heart dhcuseItwo called It kidney fourth blood poison and the fifth stomach and liver trouble but none of them helped me so my wife advised trying Electric Bitters whichi are restoring nie to perfect One bottle did m m ire good than all the five prescrlfd Guaranteed to cure bitted poison W4 lllms and all stomach liver and klJny complaints by all druggists 50c m Taxing Bachelors Some More Bachelors nhould not be taxed The pour devil who has never tasted the sweetest of matrimony who has never known what it is to have her well lug for him who has never gathered then about his knee and listened to them as they gng such seta and tender nelodis iis Everybody Works But rather who has never heels called upon to heal the injuries of the wounded doll who has never got up in the Tight to furnish a remedy for the aching interior nf tau Hlpu ain axial omnysho line never had hiS collar and shirtfront mussed by the soiled hands of loving prngny his chop ought inf to br axed In lonelini ss he is everyday xpatng his failure In soP tude It is hIs n vi vms tnemy In all that lifea Is iui outlaw wh Il price upon his had Pity tit poor old bachelor dont lux him jiillitin News A Real Wonderland South Dalton with its rich silver nines bonanza farms wide rang sand strange natural formations is a vori wile wondorhmd At Mound CPy- in the house of Airs E D Clapp a ivondrrfnl case of lnalng has lattly occurred Hcr scn Earned near den It with lung noel throw trouble Ex haustIng coughing spells occurred 1- en five mnuics wri fs Mrs Clupp when I began giving Dr Kings New Discovery the great medicine the curldIthroat and lung troubles by Icoldsdrugglsls SOc and 100 Trial free m Wigs Made of Glass Thuiwiimous fcmfnlnii demand for irtjffcnil cols Mal Voup ea is 1adlng 10 a ftrnlnt in human iiar Formerly Swiss Grroanend Hungarian girls lup11Itdi w rld of fashionable w 1I- 1cnwJh luxuriant iivsfs ol nil IIa- But the giiven menc cf ninny coun rles are now makfng it illegal for a- gtrl to sell her hair or for an agent to buy It The supply in consequiiic Is running shot and hhe prices of real har are trebling A Kvlru of successful fxperni rr ipoln1 i ti spun glare IK he mow tile WIgsIlight and fine and the rexlure soft and blJl1utfulI It s ensy to produce any shade de sIred while curls and waves can be manufactured nt will to suit the fash fouLf flw name t The Imitnfon Is su reallsMc and 1Uit life Unit 11 Is impossIble to detect Mie differe cc b weeu M and real htdr grown 11 the teudLondon Dully Mtil tOdM IX ctIAAlways Bought Bheatit I r r i 11 I AvegetablePreparationforAsLIngtheStomachsaii1BoWelsof Promotes DigeationCheerfur nessandltestContains neither Opium forplune norUneral OT NARC OTIC dorafaL1DrJMdZPDCffii4si sIItrt rl- forConsUJKnon feverIshIFacSimile Signature of NEW YORK LEXACT copy ay WRAPPER I Ih 4 CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have AiwaY Bears t if- r t Signature iof In- Use I J For Over Thirty Year- sCASIO i r RIAl TMI ORTAOAOMPAMY NIW YO CITY r a d SOUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125IT- HE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 250 REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 I THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWuek Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN und Dally Owensboro Inquirer 370A THE REPUBLICAN anti TwiceuWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TirE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE RKPPIJMCAX and TnylorTrotwood uEngaine150- Adu ess all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Capital tsck 25000 u pius Profits 12 500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 mouths This Is your Bank Come In DIRECTORS Gabe Likes Alvin RoweBurcS Felix Jim Polk Stevens Z- 1layae Geisha n r fb4 I trLAOAAAA11C1 EI4i Will Mke no MIu rake by Visiting the Rliable bit 4Qand WWII K own Firm of bit fi WILLIAMS MILLER4 bit 4c Fr ajiytliin j theylfld on Lint Isinu They bit 114 foul lle Iloua ofall kind tlitlinnhs Di c = H rrovs uttlit 111 wooil IVaniH Hnrr w s nitersurd bit walUini Cultivating M jrons of iht btst III tkcs nnd = ffillttia for vmini lolU MIX old folks b 4 In AddtbitWe have the be t equipped shop in Ohio county = Cq fitted with the hitest improved wachiniry 11111mils bit c pliances and hesidns slit kiwI of general niacksinith t- Ci iilgcan do many joli in firstclass shape tint other bit t shops cannot do at all Kvery thing at very moder bit If ate pricesc b 42 Yt wI1LIIS MILLER LaIV t Win Vuf 1i Vl A St i f j c W r fA L t I t J l A CHIUT UOu F0R OHrlOCOIIIY TO BE LOCATED AT ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SPOTS IN CLASSIC KENTUCKY 3- i MI 1PopUlar Sulphur Springs 4j n The wonder of nature which has bsen known for years astT11e Fountain of 4 lIP Health andwhich I1as produced a water proven to be a specific for eczemaland kindred blood diseases Hundreds will testify to the medical qualities of this water and its magic cur- esChatitauqtia and Sanitarium Plannedt J 4 The land surrounding this remarkable spring has been purchased and platted r 1 into a Chautauqua Grounds Plans have been made for the erection of beautiful t buildings ASSEMBLY HALL PAVILLION BATH HOUSE SANITARIUM LIBRARY ADMINISTRATION BUILDING and others necessary for the numerous amusements The grounds will consist of beautiful driveways pretty natural parks an artificial lake and a limited number of lots An Unprecedented Proposition 11 The limited number of lots are to be sold on easy payments With each lot will t be given a share in the stock of the Chautauqua Company of the par value of 2500 The price of the lots is only 7500 Sulphur Springs Chautauqua Company will be a member of the National Chautanqua Association thus the best talent is assured Every member of the National Association is a moneymaker Sulphur Springs Chautauqua will declare dividends each year for its stockholders NOW IS YOUR TIME GET ON THE GROUND FLOOR YOU MUST ACT QUICK A LOT IN SULPHUR SPRINGS CHAUTAUQUA GROUNDS willmean a good investment health happiness comfort recreation and educa GET THE HABIT BUY A LOT NOWI k tion for you and your family I p V 109 W I f Hartford tuned by the Hartford rablltblng Company INCOBPORAYZD f TEI+EPIi07S8C- uznbrlazsd 34 RouCh 1rr 22 t FRIDAY JUNE 7- ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce W W PARK rot the lItdl Precinct a candidate for KeprMtn tatle In the General Aicembly from thlethe2th district subject to the action ol the l publten party Wr are nnthorlied to announce DR JAMES A DUFF of Sulphur Sprlnirs precinct a candl date to represent Ohio county In the next Home of Representative Subject to the ac lion of the Ilepnbllcnn party We are authorized to announce BAKER IMIOADB of Beaver Dam as a c8nll1 I date to represent Ohio county In the next Houe of Representative eubject to the Republican Conventions to be hrld June Mb and 15th next Examine the labelon your paper If t Is not correct notify us The Cortelyou Presidential boom seems to be slipping dowry hill The Watterson dark horse continues to grow darker Governor Beckham may yet decide to move Louisville to Frankfort or Bardstown The Presidential boom which reaches the largest proportions this summer will be the most severely tested by the bleak winds of the coming winter They are Just as susceptible to frost as the cabbage or beet f g 4 to the Democrats of Louisville we IIJ would have no hopes of carying that jClty this full No northern city could be carried by the Republicans under Buch circumstances rV Senator McCreary has come to life long enough to predict that the Demo crats will carry Kentucky this full It will be remembered that the Sen 1- iutor predicted his own election In the 7 Democratic primary last full by u- jMars6F vote I We note that the citizens of t1clfYc of Mlddlesboro have been giving Prof r 1 t rGk tr1 P 51 O Winfrey Democratic nominee for State Superintendent of Public Instruction a farewell reception ThlE reminds us of another farewell banquet which was given to Judge Reeves by the bar at Russellville when he was the Democratic candidate fill Judge of the Court of Appeals In 189 against Judge B L D Guffy UIOn that occasion the banquet was all that could be asked but the farewell part never materialized The friend of Prof Winfrey had doubtless neve heard of the Reeves experience or they would have deferred their fare well reception until after the November election i The Louisville Daily Herald pays us the following compliment in its issu Tuesday of this week A genuine party paper is the Hartford Republican It never indulges in vitupera lion of fellow Republicans who hap pen not to see with it eye to eye It never issues Sultnnic commands to Republicans as to what they must do in the choice of candidates or the formulation of platforms It is for party not for factional triumph The Republicans first thought now is for a Slate victory in 1907 With that desire uppermost the Republican lineup with The Herald In calling for no untimely admixture of national with State issue in the coming State convention We Need a Big Stick Schedule France like Germany has a two schedule Tariff a maximum for countries which do not give special favor to French products and a minimum for the benefit of those that do Thi United States WlttCftsslpgle schedule system is placed at a disadvantage In dealing with the nations which have the maximum and minimum systems for lIP he adjustment of trade relatloi those countries give each other the benefit of the lower schedule am maintain the higher ugalnst this country or are on the point of doing so The resulting situation will coinpe this country to adopt the two schedule system as a measure of selfdefense The need of doing so In the near fu ture is hardly debatable the reall debatable point being whether w shall have a Protective Tariff with 11 higher schedule for punitive usCr big sUck schedule or whether ther shall be a schedule of general appli cation with a lower one for purpose of effecting reciprocity agreements Speaker Cannon has expressed him self in favor of the big stick policy and we act more Inclined to favo It than the other onelPIttflburgv Chronicle 1 c Nl1tw1ktNax Il t r I RENDERlJune 4If T Vance and H V Money of Louisville and rflra Swaney of Simmons were here last WednesdayMrs Kalr and daughter Miss Isabel were in Hartford last Wednesday Wm Cargal was in Central City last I ThursdayGeo of Hawesvllle and Rev A J Williams of Hartford were lien last Thursday Chester Keown of Hartford an Mrs Frank Hocker of Cleaton won here Friday Born to the wife of Isaac Harv on Friday a girl Mr and Mrs Joe Martin of Taylor Mines and O E Scott of Prenti were here Saturday Mrs Belt ye Burton went to Barns Icy Saturday I J W Baker and Isaac Oser went to Louisville Sunday IRev W A Grant of Centertown preached an interesting sermon here Sunday- i Dr Murtlnof Central City and Sam Jones of Louisville were here yester dayIW A Penick of Louisville and W S VIck of Owensboro were here to day Mrs John S Spence returned home from Nashville Tenn today after it visit for the past six weeks also her niece Miss Icle Hardin returned home with her where she lied been attend ing school for the pta six months Mr and Mrs EH Gwynn and Joe and Bob Cargal all ofHerrIn 1ltI1lC visiting relatives here Mill Annyo Jarnigan is visiting it Horton If it is not badly mistaken old I Render should have law and order bl all means it is scandalous how some lof the young men and also sonic or the married ones carry on on ttfi streets We have no peace officer ber I119w and one is needed badly and a good one at that f T Resolutions of Respect Rockport Lodge No 31G I 0 OF Rockport Ky L At acall meeting of Rockport LodgE l No 31G 10 O F Tuesday June the 4th 1907 convened to n ay the last sad respects to qur departed brother D I F Gibbs a committee was appointee to write the following resolutions Brother Glbbswas one of the oldest members of Rockport lodge wa twice r elected Noble Grand and had seiryei 1 the lodge In many ways with credit both tohlmselt thd the lodgcJ Ike i rhJ tr I l rt 1 1t1IiI iw I 1 1 Yo i tA Lectures f MR W 6 ARCHES at present J af the Evansville tChautauquaAssociation formerly Superintendent of the Seven Hills Chautauqua at Owensboro an authority on all matters pertaining to Chatitauqurs and who owns considerable real estate in Ohio cotinr ty DELIVER LECTURES at the following named places in the 4 Interest of founding a Chautauqua on the evenings of the date 01ve belowV nIe MONDAY JUNE 1 Q ffV FORDSVILLE TUESDAY JUNE Il f NARROWS JUNE 12lr V HARTFORD THURSDAY JUNE 13 BEAVER DAM 1 FRIDAY JUNE 14 = atalkChautauqua to a community and being the owner of considerable S real estate property in Ohio county T is doubly auxious that this movement meet with success 4 REMEMBER THE DATE DONT MISS THE LECTURE = IThis is one of the greatest improvements that can be made for the ift l N gftBOOSTER If OUR OR WRITE US + 2 kTHE CESSNA REALTYINCORPORATED COMPANY 4- k I THIRD STREET OWEINSBORO KENTUCKY 8kkkkiai taklc7akk7rlaJCicS7r7ikM444444444444444444444444444 Republican EdllorC stealingl 1mlu AIepSundar Great freeSuperintendent WHITESVILLE WEDNESDAY SEE AGENTS had been for years one of the leading business men of Rockport Ky Whereas It hath pleastjd the Al mighty God in his wisdom to remove from among us our esteemed brother D F Gibbs andrWhereas We know that He who rules and governs the destiny of na tions doeth everything for the best therefore we bow to His devlne will and be it- Resolved That In the death of Brother Gibbs his family has sustained a great loss in husband and father the corn munity an upright and respected citizen and business man of Integrity Rockport lodge No 316 1 O O F n true Odd Fellow and brother and Resolve That we set apjirt a page in our Journal spreading these reso lutlons thereon send a copy to each of the Ohio county papers for publication that a copy be given othe be reaved family and the members of Rockport lodge wear the usual badge for thirty days PAUL LANDRUII jJCommittee Notice to Road Overseers The time limit fixed by me unde direction of the Fiscal Court for all public roads in Ohio county to be put in good condition for travel will expire on July C Some overseers have put their roads in fair condition but some have utterly failed I have been very lenient with the defaulting ones but as I am held responsible for the condi tion of the roads I must insist that every over eer who has riot donb so proceed at once to put their roads in good condition Upon your failure to rdo this I shall be compelled to report you to the County Attorney whose duty It will be to prosecute you for such failure G A RALPH Road and Bridge Com HartfordjKy L BEAVER DAMV June 5Mrs A 6 Foster of Rlor ganfield Is visiting the family of Mr C L Woodwardt this week Miss Bessie D Barnes very delight fully entertained the Orchestra last bliss Ella McKenney who has been t visiting in Dawson Springs for the past fewtilnfAhns returned home Mr John Couch who has been niGht man here fpr soma time has moved his family to Princeton where he has position as night man He is succeeded hero by Mr Leonard McClellenof LouisvillerKy Miss Xiszle1 Stevens of Rockport spent SuaduyYwith her parents here Miss May Bit left Saturday movingA VVP 1- r 0 r foitJ r t I v f l 1 oj v J t i Watch This Space i J Next Week VVV For an announcement that will do= you good from E P BARNESI ttfrJBRp the popular merchants s of BeaverI Dam who always l r I please Jy 1 tit rVV- w I IALt VV y 1 I W nr 1 for Cincinnati where she will continue Clnchll1atldl ilss Pearl Pate of MsHenry spent Sunday with her parents Quite i number of people went to rerurnlngDr and 1JriJIr Mitchell have returned from Owensborp where they gotQ8gasoline engine t Rev J Frank Baker filled his reg s i l 1 t f 1I 1 t = 4 MethodWitchurchRev A B Gardflerfilled hs regular appointment at theBIWUst church here 7 I intown Sunday r ForSaleI t y treetiEast I4V four rooms Chgl 1 I c sliore y er 1w rAAI- 4el o oj kroct ril v AM C + II r J I r- a ti rio f 1 h o r r 1 Vi t 1 TTtg iLj J BBS S scsII 1 1 L ICOANbSEE OUl NEW STORE IN HARTFORD it r r- i WE HAVE OPENED UPA I 1 LHEIYEt f I Rooms of the Hartford HouseI r Kings Jewelery Store and Cordially invite the public to call and see our immense line of Five and Ten Cent Goods beat anything you L ever saw Everything cheapand ueeful We have on display I Hardware Tinware Glassware Notions Laces Embroideries La UIS dies Collars Towels Handkerchiefs Ladies Underr wear Hosiery Hairpins Buttons Etc PINT FACT EVERYTHING IEPT IN A FIRS CLASS FIVE AND TEN CENT STOREI1 I I We Want You to Come and See Our LineBest Goods for the Least Money I c I Hoping to Be Favored With Your Presence and Assuring You of Big Bargains at Every Visit We are Yours for More Business IIa f KING BARAKAT G S Hartford Republican h 1 FRIDAY JUNE 7 Illl nols Central RailroadTim e Table North Bound tfunili llonnd- No 132 due fcOT a m No Ill du U31 H im o121l1e12aol m No 1111 dne 248 pm No 102 dn 248 pm No 131 due 040 yfto i Ladies Tan Oxfords at Barnard COB New assortments of Allover Net a Fairs Fresh Fish always on hand at Cit Restaurant I Esq S H Render Centertown call red to see us Monday Bring us your Hens Eggs and Wool CARSON CO Mr R J Mason Buford m deus pleasant call Tuesday The real bargains in 5c and lOc goods are found in Fairs Basement Keep the tiles setyour Screens Jot Hartford Mill Co They make all sizesttOh my what good eating at City Restaurant Everything sd nice and clean 4Mesdames E J Hudson and Nanc King city were pleasant callers Wed nesday a Mr Z Wayne Griffin returned Tuesday from a few days business trip to Louisville City Restaurant Isbetter prepared than ever to serve the lpeople Everything F t firstclass Mh J H Torrent and daughter VMlss Roda Cromwell were pleasant callers Wednesday l If we please you we succeed Wet t do our best to please you- BARNARDI CO j Mr and Mrs A C Taylor Central City attended the K of P memorial services here last Sundayi Y Leave your laundry at Cle e Ilera grocery Work guaranteedPrompt oi l delivery Agent Richmond iaun 4ldry46tff Prof A E Eiiswho had been the VX guest of relatives at Denver C61 for I several weeks arrived at homo last Friday1 We are just in receipt of a nice lot of Oxfords and Southern Ties the Douglas kinds All of the new wWLr J a and toes at Carson Co i x Why not bring your ChickensEggs I rHamsF athers and all kinds of good produce to Carson Co and get in ra turn the very best of merchandise Mrs W J Parsley and little son Thbrnaoi Cadiz Ky arrived in Hart ford yestelliay fo bathe guests ot Mrs PursieyB father MrE P Thom = j as- It jili t 4 t I GI f f i s Yi 4- A A M r1 El11f 1 h J I i f Terchon Lace tic a yard a ILinen Cos shlinner of mid summer Wash I Goods at Falro For pretty Matlinga call at Fairs Carpet department The late uptodate Ladies Low Shoes are at Fairs The vwy latest ideas in Mens Cloth Ing found at Fairs Mr W F Stevens NoCrcek called to see us yesterday Special prices on Silkor Lisle FairetCity Restaurants Steak and Fish silkyNew assortment of China and Glassware In Fairs 5c and lOc BasementI When in need of dental work of any kind call on Dr Renfrow over Baughns store olaClothing Shirts and Dress CARSON CO Summer seems to have come at last and Barnard Co have goods to suit the season Mr sam Alf ilson Central City Is the guest qf his brother Judge Joh B Wilson city Mr Herbert Ashby of the pleasy oat We anbi yjqrqr Wool Will pay highest market price either cash or trade at Carson Co i d t 1 For tic and lOc goods go to Fairs Basement Bigger stock bigger val ues than any where1 in town j The Indies smile and t pay Oh BarnardtI I ij i The Hartford Mill Co wants to sell btJ11d1orcheap lI The ladles social club will have a call session at the home of Mrs E B Pendleton next Monday afternoon at 3 oclock t I The Hartford College catalogue for j the coming school term Is nearIng c9m pletion In the job department of The Republican office i Messrs R W King and G E Bara kat halve opened up a live and ten cents re on Main att t See heir announcementelseherorin these col umns t The Baptist Sunday school will observe childrens day at the church next Sunday tnorniagtThe little folks will have a e of songs declamaUons etc v Miss Berthai Allen and Mr John R JUhnson were unlletflh marriage atj the homo of the blde6 parents Mn t and Mrs Jerome Allen of the Jingo taejghborhdod Wedndsday afternoon at 6rclock vR W1 Banks officiat v W d t j 4yy K ry rat Ice Cream Sherbet and Cold Drinks at City Restaurant Mr Joe Thomasson Ileflln called to see us Monday City Restaurants Pine Apple SherI bet Is simply fine Try It Shingles and odd size Windows an Doors a specialty HARTFORD MILL CO Dr and Mrs Z H ShuNz Pleasant Ridge are the guests of Mrs Shultzs parents Mr and Mrs J P Sander fur Mrs F L Sindefur Addison KyI is the guest of relatives and friend In Hartford and other points in the county IMr and liraC W Sturgeon Evansville Ind are the guests of Mrs Sturgeons parents Mr and Mrs J M Mclntire I1Irs John D Wilson and son Master John Allehreturned yesterday from a few days visit to her mother Mrs Allen at Hawesvllle Ky iJ1dge and lIJSmand Miss Laura Morton are sojourning at Mas Bey Springs Warren county They will return in a few days whonhas been the guest of relatives and pasttMonday Born to the wife of Lawrence Allen of the Concord neighborhood last Fri day a boy Mother and child dong well Dr J D Stewart Dundee was the attending physician Judge and Mrs J S Glenn and Miss Laura Morton Sheriff R B Martin Deputy Sheriff S A Britches County Attorney E M Woodward undo C E Smith Hartford attended the fu neral of Mr D F Giggs at Rockport Tuesday I oyf Mr and Mrs W Park of the Clear Run nelghborliooddled Monday after a brief Illness Its remains were Inter ed at Barnetts Creek Tues day The bereaved parentsll1v the sympathy of the entire community Mr and Mrs L P Foreman enter tamed at progressive euchre last Sql urday night at their home on Hardlns burg St Fourteen games were play ed the prizes being won by Mrs Hat tie Forman and Dr E B Pendleton An elegant luncheon was served after the game The guests enjoyed a delightful evening IJohn Carroll little sop qf Mr and Mrs John W Taylbr dled Tuesday af ternoon after a brief illness The little one was the only child and the parents who are heartbroken have ThetInd the former home of tars Taylor for Interment Mr and Mru Taylor were accompanied on their sad Jour neyby Knights Arch Lewis nnd Will S Taylor aa representatives of Rough Rlvbrlodgecrl t I i L 1 1 1 t rII- i 0r v ITIll Cumberland Telephone Co haul up their exchange at Cen tertown and now have connection with a large number of rural telephones in the Matanzas neighborhood If you want your house screened all houseddouse to a skyscraper at a reasonable rate call on W II Mauzy Hartford Ky 45t2 dir J P Lawton editor of th Central City Republican has withdrawn from the race for State Senator in this the Seventh Senatorial Dis trict in the interest of Mr J W Wrightwho Is closely allied with and a member of the United Mine Workers organization Sam Smith who for the past two years has been in the Mercantile busi ness at Ceralvo made an assignment Tuesday His assets will probably amount to 2500 while his liabilities are much in excess of that amount Y L Moseley was named as assignee Messrs Barnes Anderson are repre senting the assignee Miss Verna Woodward died of that dread disease consumption at the home of her sister Mrs Daniel Ault mire Wednesday and burled at the Rowan graveyard yesterday morning servicesrwere conducted by Rev J A Lewis at the cemetery Miss Woodward was a daughter of Benjamin Woodward and half sister of Mrs Frank Lowe of Hartford The Ohio county Sunday school con vention is In session at the Method 1st church with a fair representation of the schools of the county In atten dance A temporary organization was effected by the election of Dr E W Ford as Chairman and Prof L N Gray as Secretary The feature of yesterdays meeting was the address of Dr Taylor of Louisville Permanent organization will be made today Republican conventions will be held in every precinct In the county to morrow for the purpose of electing delegates to attend a convention at Hartford Saturday June 15 to nomi nate a candidate for Representative Every Republican who can do so should attend his precinct convention The mass convention at Hartford Sat urday June 15 to elect delegates to the State convention should be a large the State convention should be u largely attended meetings I ThQ third and last game of the first section in the contest between the Champions and Rough Rivers was played at Beans Alleys Wednesday night anti resulted In a victory for I the Rough Rivers by a score of 40 pins giving them a majority In all j three pf the bputs of 229 plus Wed i nqsday night the Rougi Rvors won the two first games and the Champ Ionatholast one These two teams i am very evenly matched fall tbree of the gatnesbein close They will bowl the heV L two sections of hts rleJ WfM N d Hrtford Ky0 I SS5 JtI tC 1 GENTLE JUNE tMonth of blushing brides pret jj etygirls and dreams Month of Sheer FIlmy Dresses pretty Out I door costumes Silk Gloves and g 4 Cool Clothing These may be + hadat BARN ARD COS 4 more too tSpeaking of brIdeswe love young ones or older but fjL + bless you theyre all youngand 2 we are going to encourage the m during this month So we will j make a present to every bride VT customer of ours who takes ad 2r L- jfe vantage of = Gentle June Does this appealto you Ifnot VS f9 V 44if YOu will buy some of our newest L + and best Dress Goods Laces and 4t Hosiery you may change your 44mind You will be pleasedat tleast A pleased customer leads business44 i + YOUrs to Please iI444 44444445 Notice To Miners and Farmers We ask of you not to buy wagons or buggies from the HickmanEbbert complnyof Owensboro Ky until they recognize the union and employ union men Done by order of the local JOIN WILSON Recording Secretary Echols local No 678 UM W of A Itct I t lEr t JAMES C BENNETT IV 0 IloH 5 llnrtforil K- yLICIENSED AUCTIONEER Will sell ax1d all kinds of prop reasonaMeIU POTr t 1 ONfI r TWENTYSIX BONDS Most of Them For Men Charged With Murder Such Breath itt Court Records In the records of the ball bonds that were brought here from the Brenthltt T Circuit Court to be used In the Hargis trial there are some exceedingly Interesting things made so by the recent I Breathitt troubles Probably the most striking thing contained In one of the bonds is the fact that S H Hurstwho is a relative of the late James B Marcum who was murdered In Jack son was on the bond of Thomas Whill with James Hargls and Ed Callahan White was charged with murder and his bond was fixed at 3000 Hurst with Hargis and Callahau was also on the bond of Shelby White charged with murder In the sum of 2000 This was before the Marcum murder Quite a coincidence was noted in another portion of the ball bookI where B D Cox who was also murdered in Jackson went on the bondI of James Mann charged with murder for 2500 the same day Judge James Hargis signed the bond of Levi Hal Ian charged with rape The bond of Cox followed immediatly that of Har gas and was evidently made at the same time This was 1902 In the single book it was found lathe Harglses had signed in all twen tysix bonds most of which were fori murder The last bond signed by the Harglses registered in this book was on March G 1907 when Senator A H Hargis Elbert Hargis and James Har gis stood for John Abner In the sumi of 10000 in connection with the Cox murder This little pig wont to market doesnt amuse tonight Babys not well what the mutter her dear little cheeks are so white Poor little tummy is aching naughty old pain go away Cascasweet mother must give her then shell be bright as the day It is sold here by all druggists m McClures Summer Reading The summer number of McClure will contain an array of entertaining reading that is particularly adapted to the season From an editorial an nouncement we find that there are to be several new features presented in early numbers Among them the mos noteworthy in promise as shown by the first paper in the June number are the Ellen ferry Memories The portions to be published from time to time deal with separate events of Miss Terrys life There could be no more fascinating reading than Walter Well mans ac count of his preparing for a voyage to Pole in a flying machine to be made in July Wcllmans article is to be printed In June and July The Fight of the Copper Kings C P Connollys amazing story of Montana is to reach its climax in July with the narration of the sensational struggle for the Minnie Healy mine In July also Carl Schurz Reminis cences reach their climax in the High Tide of the Rebellion at Gettysburg When you feel the need of a pill take a DeWitts Little Early Riser Small pill sate pill sure pill Easy to take pleasant and effective Drives away headaches Sold by all drug gists m LEFT OVER FROM LAST VEKK TAFFY May 29 Farmers are bus putting out their crops as it Is getting very late owing to so much rain Mr Willie Gray and wife visited Mr Grays mother lust Sunday Iva Park and Andenjon Medders made a flying trip to Leitchfield Sun day morning returning Sunday even fug was accompanied home by Miss Amanda Medders who who is visit- Ing C C Hoover and David Med tiers Mr Orland Park of Palo visited his parents Saturday and Sunday The music enttTtalnnuMit at C C Hoovers Monday night was a success There was a music entertainment at J L Hoovers Tuesday night Heres Good Advice 0 S Woolever one of the best known merchants of LIJ Raysville N Y says If you are ever troubled with piles apply Buckluns Arnica Salve It cured me of thorn for good 20 years ago Cures every sore wound burn or abrasion 2uc at all k druggists in r I Mr Cleveland on Tariff Says Mr Cleveland It can never be denied and it should never he for j gotten that the Tariff is the father of the trusts e American goods are cheaper abroad than at rrhome It is idle to talk of surplus clock and the like The simple fact is the Tariff puts Into ijo Jmrds of w corporations a powerful weapon where lwith to do injustice to our own pee w pIe If that is true Itt furnishes no argument against reasonable Protec iective Tariff schedules and it falls r tl r t f immeasurably short of proving that Protection Is robberysuch Protec aswlJlPermllAmerllenn wages One would suppose that the experience of President Cleveland in Tariff reform would have convinced him that his vocation did not lie In that direction His splendidly suc cessful campaign of 1892 was waged on a howling FreeTrade platform but that campaign was id part financed by the Sugar Trust and that favor was reciprocated in tho WllsonQor man Tariff His Administration will live in history and in the gratitude of his countrymen because he saved the Republic from the calamity of going onto the silver basis That is glory enough for one man As a Tariff re former he was signally defeated al though the Tariff that became a law by his permission yet bedecked with his malediction was a very good meas tire In order to save the gold standard President Cleveland was compelled to render Indispensable aid in electing McKinley and thus brought in a Re publican Congress and the Dingloy Tariff of 1897 It Is a rather notable coincidence that President t Cleveland shouldered time re sponsibility of repealing the Democrat- Ic Tariff and enacting the Dingle measure and that Candidate Bryan secured the rat flcatfom of the treat that loaded Philippine sovereignty onto the United States Washington Post Bert Barber of Elton Wls SIS I have only taken four dozen of your Kidney and Bladder Pills and they have done for me more than another medicine leas ever done 1 am still taking the pills as I want a per fect cure Mr Barber refers to De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills whlcl are unequaled for Backache weak kid neys inflammation of the bladder and all urinary troubles A weeks treat ment fur 2ic Sold by all druggists To the Republicans of Ohio Muh lenbere and Butler Counties At a meeting of the Seventh Senatorial district held this day in par suant to a call issued by M S Raglan Chairman fo the Ohio county Execu tIe Committee A majority of said committee being present personally or IlroxrI of meeting having been Chairman It was ordered that a Delegate Convention composed of delegates from the three counties aforesaid be held In Beaver Dam on June ISth 1907 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of nominating a candid ate for Senator in the next Genera Assembly from this the Seventh Sent atorial District to be voted for at the ovember electlon190- 7lIt was ordered that County Delegate be held to select dele to the Senatorial Convention and that said County Delegate Con ventions be held on Saturday June inth 1907 at 2 p nL In each of the countseat townsof 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 Conventions be held on Saturday June Sth 1907 nt 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 Convention be at one delegate for each one hundred 100 or fraction over fifty votes cast for the Republican electors at the Presidential election of I J904 It 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 jtlal election of 1904- M S RAGLAND Chnm E P TAYLOR Sec Proxy ED S WOOD For scratches burns cuts insect bites and the many little hurts common to every family DeWitts Cur I bolled Witch Hazel Salve is the bust remedy It is soothing cooling clean and healing Be sure you get De Witts Sold by all druggists m Jamestown Ter Centennial Ex position NORFOLK VA APRIL 2G TO NOVEMBER 30 1907 Rates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30 Inclusive Final return limits Dec lf 1107 Rates for round trip 3045 GODAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov 30ln cluslve Final return limits Sixty t0 days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 1907 Rates for round trip 2870 15DAYS EXCURSION RATES Date ot sale Apill lb io November 30 inclusive Final return limits 15 days from date of sale not tc exceed December io Rate for round trip 2300 COACH EXCURSION RATES Data of sale April 2f 1907 and on each Tuesday trom April 3 to No ember 25 1907 inclusive Final return limits Ten days from date of Bale Rate for round trip 1620 J E WILLIAMB4ont f lPI o 1y US = j i tJ1 oY ft jft j j i jj j I OUlodbsUPPlYcr Jfi Irx orrSoreatesdI y fi1co Tr ircl 0 JlitI Hardware fladiinery and all Kinds 1 of Farming implements 1 4We carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When yout buy a Buggy you do not wnntto make a mistake In material fi Yworkmanship We handle only the best makes and can therefore4l tt- fi recommend all our vehicles Can mate prices to suit aU customers y 4j Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blonnt True Blue 4fi and Moline with all repairs for same bit 49 A full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Roofing Myers Deep Jd 49 Well Pumps Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds y Field Seeds jrS40 Harvesting Machinery y 49 We sell the best Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn bit 49 Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers y fiIlnd Swings Time largest supply house in Ohio county Give us a 1I 49 call Prices always equitable o fi TAKE HE REPUBLICAN A UP J FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPO SITION TO BE GIVEN BY THIS PAPER TO TWO MOST POPULAR YOUNG LADIES IN OHIO CO ONE NORTH AND ONE SOUTH OF ROUGH RIVER Question to be Settled By Ballot Under Rules Similarto Our Mammoth Cave Trip Last Year Last year The Republican gave a very successful free trip to the Main moth Cave for Ohio county school boys determining the favored ones by a popularity contest We feel this year that the young ladles should have a chance So we have determined to send free of any cost whatever the mobt popular young lady in Ohio county residing North of Rough rlvc1I and one residing South of the river to the Jamestown Exposition We do not desire to Invite any trouble on the age question and hence make no limit Any lady who may consider herself young enough to make the trip may enter the contest The contest will close Saturday August n- at 5 oclock p m ThetrJC will be made sometime in the month of September and the two successful ladles will be accompanied to Jamestown one of the editors of this paper and his wife Every item of expense in cluding railroad fare hotel bills exposition tickets etc will be met by this paper CONDITIONS OF CONTEST Every dollar paid III subscriptions to The Republican whether arrears or Advance will entitle the person making such payment to 100 votes and they will he recorded for 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COST t i 1 ELECTRIC L1GlIfS ARE CLEAN H AND SAFE NO HOME 1EAM iO BUSINESS MOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN iS pI t REACH t I 4 ii MLHEAVRIN Manager If k 7i 1 J 0 I Jt i t t i i t + t hi i6 S i- I h t i1 tttf ti lttI j LEG WEAKNESS r Bane Methods of Feeding Will Usually Correct Thus Trouble Weakness of the l gsls a trouble appearing in young birds In cockerels moro often than In pullets and Is seen I usually between three and five months of age The larger breeds ate moro prone to this trouble than the smaller and moro active birds This weakness Is caused by pushing for growth by feeding too much fat tening food says a writer In Inland Poultry Journal thereby increasing the weight of tho body beyond the ability Df the legs to support It If our birds are getting into this n 1t on you will notlcq at first un sfeasiness In gait They move slowly and the limbs slightly shake In a weeks time they can hardly keep upon their legs and when feeding will sit down so the body is nearly on the ground Looking the bird over you will find little to attract your eye oxx cept the weakness of the legs Tho bird otherwise appears to be healthy The feathers ore bright the eye clear and the appetite good As the days pass he loses his desire for food IB picked upon by his brothers lice mul tiply upon him he becomes thin and the skin grows dry and crackly- In the very beginning of the leg weakness remove all causes of trouble Spice corn and cornmeal buckwheat and rye should not be fed for weeks to such birds Have regular times to give the meals and make each bird work for part of his food If possible have sick birds by themselves to avoid Imposition by the other chicks A grass run with shade and cool water will help cure these causes If you havo time and patience onetenth of a grain jf quinine given to each bird with leg weakness every morning will help bring up the chick to health again Cockerels often are susceptible to leg weakness especially if allowed to run with hens causing them to pay too much attention to the lions before their strength is sufficient to warrant it In such cases confine the cockerels by themselves and give them strength anlng food On a well regulated poul try farm the cockerels and pullets should be separated from each other Each will do better It is always well to examine the bird nrfully to determine whether It may not be rheumatism which Is usually accompanied by n ewelilng of the Joints Sun Bath Coop For Chicks The illustration shows a sun bath coop for chicks which Is used with great success In many portions of New England The box in which the hen is kept overlaps the sun parlor to some extent the overlapping portion being faced with three Inch mesh poul COOP ron clues try wire so that the chicks can get in and out at will while the old hen is kopt confined An opening from the box proper leads to the sun bath which Is nothing more than a box with a beveled top to the upper portion of which Is hinged a window sash or a hotbed sash When the weather la cold or rainy the little fellows may enjoy themselves almost as much as though they were outdoors This entire con trivance may be built at a cost of a few cents if one happens to have an old sash on hand Domineering Hens Some folks like to domineer over tim id people Hens are like human beI- ngs In this respect The cross bossy hens and their broods will get more than their share of the feed if one Is not careful in feeding The domineering hens compel the oth are to keep to the rear The hens eat more than tliey need anyway when allowed to eat with the hicks A feeding coop that will ad mit the chicks and exclude the quarrel some fussy old bens Is almost a neces sity Treatment For Colds When colds first make their appear ince accompanied by sneezing and run ning at the nose fifteen drops of spirits jf camphor mixed with sugar and the whole dissolved In a pint of drinking water allowing the birds no other drink will usually prove an effective remedy See that the poultry quarters are well ventilated Birds will recover from colds more quickly In an open front house than they will In a tightly slosed one Dont Coddle the Hens There Is such a thing as being over particular with your hens Dont think It a klndncssto keep them shut up all tho time In a little bit of a pen feeding them all they can stuff Let them jut to skirmish around for themselves they will enjoy it and do all tho bet tel for It Dont In Rearing Chicks The principal things to avoid in rear- Ing little chicks are crowding too much feed too much heat and sudden ind extreme changes in temperature Do not try to batch more chicks than you have brooder room for For 500 chicks have at least ten broodersft a ThWWt Make the Chick The whole of the chick Is formed out lot tk white of the err The yolk is nevertakfln fa until t before pip Iq ti w tbMtlt latkawulnad fur tefrfeod toe file y A I r a e4 Acorns aa Poultry Food Acorns are not a valuable foodstuff forppultry because they are deficient In aesh forming elements besides which they contain tnnno which hard ens muscular tissues and to a certain extent Impairs tile flavor bf flesh and eggsthat Is when poultry have many acorns Fowls will rarely devour whole acorns Therefore to induce the birds to devour them it is necessary to kib ble them or to grind and add them in limited quantities to the soft food Heat the Brooder In Advance Always make It a point to warm up f thee brooder several days before wanted for the newly hatched chicks a week before If possible This will give time enough to note how much if any outside changes In temperature affect the temperature In the brooder Too much care cannot be exercised In this particular Irregularity hi the temper ature of the brooder Is almost certain to work havoc Preventive For Indigestion The best preventive for Indigestion and dysentery both for chicks and lay ing hens Is onequarter pound eulphato of Iron and onehalf ounce sulphuric acid dissolved in one gallon of hot wa ter Place In a stone jar and set away to COQ nod settle Add one tablespoon ful of this liquid to each quart of drinking water This Is a mild aDd effectual remedy Mating the Birds It is best to mate up breeding pens two weeks before you begin to save eggs for hatching Some breeders mate up their pens in the fall when they put them Into the poultry houso Well matured cockerels and pullets may be mated but It Is generally believed that better results follow mat Ing wall matured cockerels with year ling or twoyearold hens and yearling or twoyenrold cocks with pullets Dont Feed Too Soon After the chicks are hatched they should not be fed for at least forty height hours and some people do not feed until they are sixtyfour hours old When tlc chicks are first put Into the brooder the temperature of the brooder should not be above 05 where It should he kept for the first few days and then gradually reduced each day until It Is down to 75 degrees The Turkey Season If the weather Is warm the turkeys lay in April and old hens should be preferred The main crop of young turkeys however comes In May though In some sections they are batch ed sooner CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought SWf LEFT OWER FROM LAST WEEK SELECT Moy 30Hnrry OBannon of Hart ford was here last Friday on busi nessJ S Arbuckle has accepted a posi tion with W P Austin C Co liverymen of Central City Rev Theo Willis failed to fill his appointment here Sunday Walton and Fierden Baize have mov ed their mill here to saw ties for Win son Smith- G G Arbuckle and family of Cen tral City Is visiting Mr Arbuckle8 mother this week T C Hosey who is working on the U S Government boat is at home this weekSilas Hoheimer and wife of Render visited relatives here Saturday and Sun dayMr Elvet Allen Cromwell was in town Sunday Spasms St Vitus Dance Many persons who suf fered untold agonies from epilepsy fits spasms and St Vitus Dance are to day well The strength ening influence of Dr Miles Nervine upon the shattered nerves having restored them to perfect healthI ngony thnt words cnn not from St VJtus dance which followed a very severe spell of rheumatism I doctored with a physician but tho more I took of his med Iclno tho worse I trot My mothers do votlon saved me After had become physIcslly by the advice of a neighbor she procur ed a bottle of Dr Miles Nervine From the first dose to the last a continual change for tho better was notlcable bottlesIMNorthspasmsfortored with many physicians ho con tinued to grow worse until he had ten spasms In one week About that time MilesNervineHis Improvement Beamed slow but when he had finished the fourth bot andhaveshllli always recommend Dr Mites IRs BBLLH M TINDALL Hastings Neb Dr Mlles Nervine issold by your thetintwill refund your money Mile Medical Co EIiart I- nd4L t J 1 i1 Jt JI 01 K rJ N il V V olittleattacks of Indigestion you have no doubt boatsheartburnIndigestion causes tho stomach ta theheartdtimeKodoliFor Dyspepsia digests what you eat takes the strain off of the heart and contributes nourishment thebodyStomach Inflammation of the mucoui membranes lining the Stomach and Diges tive TractNervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach maklllimTemelrnmeIUllaMRS LORING NICHOLS Perm Van N Y I had stomach trouble and was In a bad state as I DyspepslaCurea KAUBLB Norada Q Digests What You Eat I luene IndliMtlcn I I tafand at the Lab I low itoateh belch enbryofgeDWIN tar of ate ate Leo hteao 1rsL SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS CumbelandTELEPHONE AN- DTelegraph Co Incorporated Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Tele phone in my residence and place of business My business has increased and my wifes voice is never heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly com petitionW D JOHNSON Mgr Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you oat REAL ESTATI3If 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 3 bottom- land Good new four room house with large hall and veranda New barn and nice young orchard Two neverfailing wells One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road knpwn 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 House on Hartford and Beaver Dam pike in high State of cultiva tion 40 acres in meadow good dwelling barn and outbuildings four wells price reasonable terms easy any further information fur nished on application- A farmer of 120 acres on the Rochester and Rockport road two miles North of Rochester 75 acres Green river bottoms rest good hill 45 acres in fine shape for cultivation this year rest well kept Good dwelling and out buildings all kinds of fruit and one of the best water ed places in the county New two story frame dwelling in Hartford Six rooms two nice halls Lot 100 feet front 210 feet deep Good well Situated corner Fredrica and Griffin streets Two thirds cash balance in 12 months A bargain The 84 acre tract of land recently purchased by J H Hickman of Owensboro from the trustee of H C Powers situate in the Concord neighborhood five miles east of Hartford 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch I C R R 70 acres up land balance bottom somo of It will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About 60 acres in Umber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early or chard Terms onehalf cash balance on easy payments List your property with us We will find a buyer- BARNHTT 4 SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky t i f t S f r KILLTHE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew PrIceFOR100 Guaranteed for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or KONEYIBACK n ROCURCDANDDtFtNDEDBfDdmod J r orp ur tree advice bow to obtain patents trade mutaa copyri hUetc IN ALL COUNTRIES Business direct with Washington saves lime money and ten tlttJatmt ExclusivelyWriteDJS Hlntli Street tet Pate Offlca WASHINGTON D C ROUGi RIVER TELEPHONECOMPANY INCORPORATEP I The Rongh River Telephone Co Is Independent owned and operated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15 cts 45 miles 20 cts c J W OBANNON Mgr- Hartford Ky 1 II10c1RZrOhio Cost JUdgeDenJailer Ed O Barrass Clerk Frank LFelix Master Commissioner L Mose MartinSherIffBratcher L P Crowder W C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March and August and continues three weeks and third Monday In May 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 toberCourt of claims Convenes first Mon day In January Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Officers X Movley Surveyor Shrove S W Leach Assessor Rob RoyJames DeWeeseSchool Superintendent Hartford Jerome Allen Coroner Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver Dam March 24 June 23 September 21 December 21 W P Miller Horse BranchMarch 2S June 23 September 25 December 20 W S Dean Dundee March 2T Juno 26 September 2C December 27 YoR Edge Fordsvllle March 23June 2 September 27 December 23 B S Chamberlain BedaMarch 23 June 23 September 23 December 53 Herbert Render Centertown March HO June 29 September 29 December 30 John II Miles Roclsport March 31 June 30 September 30 December 31 I HARTFORD POLICE COURT- R R Wedding Judge J S GlennCIty Attorney Seth MoseleyMarshal Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES- M E Church SouthServices third Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m2nd Sunday at 7 p m4th Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J A Lewis Pastor assisted by RevJ Frank BakerBaptist Church Services held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Itev A B Gardner PastorC Church Services first Sunday in each month at 11 a m und 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor I Christian Church Services every first Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W B Wright Pastor School Trustees HartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn Dudley Ford C M Barnett Dr E B Pendleton City CouncllJ H Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk R E L Simmer man Dr E B Pendleton A D White Wm Fair Wm Bean Dr J W Tay lor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A Mal sons meets first Monday night In each month C M Crowe W M Marvin Bean Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Saturday night In each month W N Stevens High Priest French VIclc ors Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday night C M Barnett C C C M Crowd K of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every Thursday night E B Pen dleton Commander D E Thomas Record Keeper Sunshine HIve No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs Z Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Miss Sue Telser Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No 4 G A R holds regular meetings Saturday before the first Sunday In each month F M Porter Commander R A Anderson Adj DeWltts JK t SatoFir Pi10la Burns SOTM J I r f j tH u r r J U 11W n1j WWLr IJ 1y 1 f IJttl I 1 rJf oj t t N J lVR So L 11 J f I 11 1 fiTAAIRS I JU NE I 1 I e II Shoe Department I No house in Ohio coun ty carries a better or more uptodate Shoe stock than you find in our store For mens every day wear we carry Courtneys Full Vamp Shoes None better made All at most reasonable prices Call for our cor rect shape in Patent Vici all guaranteed to give satisfaction or Hamilton Brown celebrated Ameri can Gentlemen Shoes you you and For line our Priesmeyer line our be an of any foot Mens Cpllars Of course men want the cor rect We have a combination each than our Two for 25 cents Try a a a a a Q a rV W ROCKPORT J S Glenn wife and Miss Laura Morton Hartford were in Tuesday waiting for the boatMessrs C E Smith and E M Woodward Hartford attended the burial of Mr D F Gibbs Tuesday Mrs James Howley Kattawa IB visiting her sister Mrs Clarence RobertsonMr Reid who has been school at Bethel colege Rus sellville this year returned hom J Mr D F Gibbe Ind 4formerly a resident of Rockport died Monday morning at five oclock and j was buried in Rockport Tuesday ar ternoon Among the out town peo ple who attended the funeral were Messrs Chester Ragon Evansville C Ind Lawrence Hendriu and sister d Hiss Ada Louisville and Mrs A B Kevll and Elizabeth Rus sellville Damr1 June 3A very heavy rain fell here Friday evening dam i age to crops in low land The infant child of Mr Henry Gil Hams has typhoid fever Mr James Coppage and Miss AIsle Baughn Hartford spent Saturday and Sunday with and friends p rat this place Miss Veola Weste le- A ld who has been visiting father Mr James Wester Held this place for several days re n Pi 8 tf f rH ClothinJSpecial We are thankful to our trade for their pat ronage us in many ways Our Suits are the very make up Our qualities in malerial can not be excelled Our prices are the very lowest We are not asking to buy but we do insist on call ing atour Clothing Department let us show you Suits for 10 to 15 Su perior to any you have ev er at Special attention to Childrens Suits running from 150 2 260 to 5 per Suit I Ladies uur or American would ornament beauty to ladits young style in collars as well as good material of None better Peyser them June 5JUllge Rockport Jr attending Thursday Evansville of daughter MAGAN with considerable of relatives rt her nt liberal given latest looked given Prices Victoria Lady Shoes Collars turned to her home at Hartford yes terdayAn Infant child of Mr Steve Tay lors in quite sick On account of the rain Saturday night Sister Cook failed to fill her appointment at Beech Valley Mrs Lizzie Johnsonwho was called to Heflin on account of the report that her husband was drowned returned Friday She has the sympathy of the people at this place as she is left i with several small children visitingeher sister Mrs Robert Tanner at OwensboroMr Miller left Saturday for Breckenridge county to visit his bro therMrs Clara Roster and Rexal Den ton of Henderson who came up Wed nesday to be present at the marriage of his brother Dr J L Denton re turned home Friday Notice to Contracts Sealed bids will bw accepted by the trustees of Excelsior district No 36 until July G 1907 for the erection of a beIe paid when house is accepted J P McCOY W P LEACH ELMER BARNARD Trustees ICalifornia Beer Seed have a supply of California beer seed will confer a fa vor by sending a small quantity to this office and will also bo paid for their trouble Mi Yk ityv r r Y I Mens ties and HOSiery itFor equipped Hosiery about this pride ourselves the correct price Greens Blacks lacestriueIOUII A beautiful tie is oneof the indispensible accessories to mans outfit Sometimes the right at the right price is to A long linefcmd be no ble if direct to us for we keep constantly on hands the very la test the market Drop in look over our Carpets and Mattings I Why worry about prices selections on Mattings Car pets Art Squares Rugs Floor Oil Cloth Curtains Poles Carpet Etc When you can direct to our Carpet Department and get exactly what you at most pairWindowMattings lOc 15c to 35c yard Rugs 60c 1 to 5 each A A AaII r i June 6On of so much rain farmers have got considerably behind with their wprk There has been very little tobacco set in this community Rev G H Lawrence filled his regi SuniClrMrs Pearl Arbuckle and little son Central City are visiting relatives here this weekIStLouisthis week Deputy Sheriff JameslV Martin was in Hartford Mr Fletcher Hardison and family have moved to BroadwaY1Iinesi Ira Arbuckle Dam was In town this week V Everet Langford has gone to Wood burry to work on the U S govern ment boat i NOCREEK tearinggreater one habeenss neighborhood fMrs Sarah of Sebree is vis ing Rev and Mrs Dame this week tOur spring school will be out three weeks We regret very much to see the school close i Rev Dame made a trip to Sebree last weekaheljsIsterW Dame attended the burying of little I r rhN Y 1rtrr x- r your foot to be neatly must have styl ish Now a word we in hav ing exact shades worn a the t Plentyof new Greys o a kind hard find there will trou come affords and line and Lace Paper come want per 150 SELECT i account Monday Beaver Crlster flying you you r VW Wp W W Florence Park at Clear Run yester dayNext Sunday is childrens day at NoCreek Come one and ell SoldiOn Monday July Ist at iioclock pm I will sell my farm situated on the Hartford and Beaver Dam Pike one mile from the court house at pub dividedIntoThis land adjoins the Hartford city limits and the Phillips addition which recently sold at such fine prices the house has 7 rooms is In excellent re pair and will bey sold with 10 acres of ground on which are 2 good wells a cistern all necessary outbuildings and orchard This will mane an Ideal suburban home in easy reach of Hart GOIf Ing L The land will be Eod in lots as In privilegeato reject bids Terms 13 cash bat J once In one and two years with In terest Sale will be on relijlses FRANK WESTERFIELD MenaorynOf Mrs Magnolia Ffelden wife tff MrJ II Flelden who departed this life May 30th JSPT alter long years 9h SUffering all that loving narjds cqultl dor was dqncf hilt in vain She was a dutiful wife always looking on thelpdir o r r f k J r0 v u 01 Mens Un a derwear We are recogniii d leaders in Meng t theothereforercan fit men of most any dimenisonsT Elastic Seam Drawers All sizes 5Uc I Bjftjhrigan Shirts and Drawers to match 50c to 1a Suit Nainsooksleevles Shirts with short pant a very desirable gar ment for comfort Ali ltkpfBoys Underwear in Bleached or Unbleached ai 25c each I Trunks and Suit Cases 1 I Going abaoad or staying atVhome means that you willneed a Trunk or Suit Case if you want- to a keep wearing apparel in trim We are not boasting about this line but we do want to show you 1wantCorsets Remember we handle nothing but reliable makes in Corsets Such as the advertisedAmericanfigure Calland see them Our FansIOur Fan stock should interest ev ery lady Av variety ofstyles to se lect from Prices anywhere from SilkFansGreatest assortment i t rJIyaLyrMV WaTHE BANK OF HARTFORD qartrord Kentucky I 4 Solicits tbeaccount 1t of Individuals Firms and Corporations 1000000SurplusStockholders addlt LItbll y 1360000 Security to Deiwdw Ij 4000000 JW Ford 7L1Taylori Jno C Thomaq Rowan 9360000 Holbrook and JnoT Moore Directors 5 i speaking words of comfort b those greatlyforShe was a typo of the true Christian Weep not dear husband and ffiends tenderchordsWhen TIs hard 80 hard to speaktne words We must forever part M itDearestthee In thy peaceful graves embrace IBtlt thy memory will be c erl 1i Til we see thy heavenly face dfb Card f Thinks To oUr many friends who BO kindly delicacies in our sop Harland during his recent illness He joins with us In thanking you for kindness shown And commends fcaslY01irbreadafter many days r Thankfully years K T Barnard and Wife Js t t k- y AVi Wd1 lI A T D KENFRQW I DENTIST themostworkguatanteedI Hartfordt i J a- CSTOR IAi iOhiltiiILTli Hr tU Jo IJ y J