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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r ra r 14yfly 1 a rtlt m n t 1 Ctr n 1 eri Fine Job Work ti 1DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TilE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription 1 per Yeari it VOL XIX r HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 14 1907 No 48 II lOOKS LIKE DUFF WINS NOMINATION Close Vote in Race for Representative as Reported Very Little Interest Manifested and no Conventions Held In Several Precincts i Last Saturday meetings were called lor all precincts In Ohio county by j the Republican County Committee to eve the voters a chance to express Athelr choice for Representative There were three announced candldalesvlz Will Park Dr J A Duff and D Baker Rhoads None of them made a thorough canvass and the result was what little interest was displayed by 1 tie voters Four persons were given i islructions Dr Duff leads with the J leld close to his vote Mr Park made i splendid race and except that he ivas prevented from making any can vas by sickness of himself and family would undoubtedly have won out In the race From the best informa- tionf we have been able to obtain the vote stands as follows 1For Duff West Hartford 7 Sulphur Springs G Magan 3 N Rock port 4 S Rockport 3 Select 4 Norse Branch 5 CentertownG Small hous 2 Shreve 3 Olaton 3 Ceralvo 2 Pt Pleasant 2 Narrows 3 Ren der 4 Arnold 3 Total 60 For Park East Hartford 7 Bedn 5 Cromwell 5 Rosine 8 BartletU 1 Total 29 For Beard East Fordsville G West r Fordsville 5 Aetnaville 2 Herbert l Total 14 For Rhodes East Beaver Dam 3 West Beaver Dam 6 Total 9 No conventions were held at Mc Henry Ralph Heflin and BufordCool Springs and Prenlis are unreported Thoso precincts have a combined vote of 15 If Prentis ind Cool Springs held conventions the total vote of the county convention will be 119 and 60 will be necessary nto nominate Friends of Park claim that there was no convention held at Render also It this is true Dr Duff will be one vote short of the nomination on the first ballot There may be some slight change in the above returns- Whittingh111Holmes Prof Roscoe T Whittlnghlllof Ford ville Ky was united In marriage to Miss E Vivian Holmes at the home of the bride at Cupola Miss Tuesday afternoon at 230 oclock The bride is a teacher in the city schools of Cu Ipola Prof Whittinghill Is associate principle of the Owensboro high school i where his services as teacher are high- lyprizedProf taught for a time Jn Mlsslssippland it was while there that he met Miss Holmes They left the brides Southern home after the nuptial rites arriving at Fordsville yes to terday Mr Whittinghill is one of ohio countys most promising youtg men They will reside In Owensbpro Among The Lodges The Woodmen of the World had a flsh fry last week which was largely attended Among those who made Dr1YW C Bennett ar The Maccabees had work for the degree team last night and a large attendance This tent is growing at a steady rate- S X Rough River lodge No 110 K of P conferred the second rank on one can didate Tuesday night in an Impressive manner Three petitions for member ship were received The lodge had a splendid attendances The Red Men met at their Wig sram Wednesday night with a good attendance Mr A E Rankins of Augusta Ky gave an excellent long talk The Chiefs degree was conferred on one paleface Costumps of Pure Indian style have been ordered and the Tribe will soon be equipped in an excellent manner There will be work In the Adoption degree at the wjlKsxt meeting 71 Hartford lodge No 675 F A M 1ata call meeting Monday night con- r the Fellok Craft degree on two candidates This lodge has detehninefi to give a supper on Saturday night t July 6 to which the ladlea and ueigh boring lodges will be Invited Arrangements will be made to r leagiw work jt I t f iJ at 2 oclock In the afternoon and give all three degrees The following corn mittees have been selected to make all necessary arrangements On Programme C M BarnettJni T Moore E B Pendleton Oh Invitation W S Tinsley Jas H Williams E M Woodward- On Finance D E Thomas Rowan Holbrook G B Likens On SUn lr W Hv Moore L P Foreman J C Her R L Bulllugtoi W F Schupmlre Hooker Williams E W Ford On Music M Bean Z Wayne Griffin EE Birkhead J R Pirtle R D Walker Henry Long On Reception C M Crowe W N Stevens W E Ellis A S Yewell- J P Sandefur J C Riley V G Bar nett F L Felix C R Campbell JI H Patton Seth Moseley RoweRice- Mrs Martha Rowe has announced the engagement and coming marriage of her daughter Miss Carrie Rowe to Mr William F Rice Tho happy even will take place at the home of tho bride near Centertown June IS Miss Rowe who is the daughter of the late W I Rowe is a popular and success ful teacher Mr Rice is a popular and enterprising business man of Chicago 111 The Republican joins the many friends of the young people In extending hearty good wishes A JAIL DELIVERY NARROWLY AVERTED t Five Prisoners are Detected in Act of Removing Last Brick in Exit Last Monday night about 12 oclock Jailer Oscar Midkiff was awaken by a stir among the prisoners confined in jail He arose and went at once to the second loor of the jail build ing where the cells for prisoners are located He found that a patch where the cell bars had been repaired from another attempted jail delivery had been removed and the five prisoners were out in the corridor and were apparently in the act of removing the last brick from a hole they had start ed through the brick wall If this had been accompllshedand It would had not the jailer discovered the plot at the moment he did there would have been nothing left except for the pris oners to crawl out the opening und slide down a rope made of the bed clothing to the ground Jailer Midkiff guarded the prisoners until morning When Mr idklff took their breakfast to them about 7 oclock Buck Allen who was serving out a fine made his escape from jail by running out the door which Mr Midkiff as usual left open Allen ran by the Jailer and started down Wash ington street with a fleetness of foot that would have been a credit to any pedestrian racer As soon as the jailer recovered from his surprise he called to Mr John King to catch the pris oner who was at that time passing his house By this time Allen had passed King and was heading for the woodsbut as soon as King understood what was wanted ho started after Allen and as fine sprinting as was ever seen was had for about 300 yards and when nearing the foot of Walnuti street King called to 11rJ gle who was looking after fencing to stop the escaped prisoner Mr Fogle turned and said Wait till I get my gun On hearing this remark Allen suddenly found he was short of breath and stopped There are five prisoners in jan and the Jailer thinks that Luther White and Jack Hall were the leaders In the attempted escape He is also of the opinion that Buck Allens attempted runaway next morning was only a feeble effort to lure him away so that these parties might escape White is under sentence of five years and Hall under sentence of four years in the penitentiary Ohio Circuit Court Reversed Frankfort Ky June 12Judge Settle writing the court reversed the Ohio Circuit Court in a case of Viola Growbarger against the United States Fidelity and Guaranty company aid remanded for furher proceedings The suit was by appellant to rrecover a2000- for the killing of WL tirowbarger her husband by R1 FlSiri Stevens town marshal of the town of McHenty The appellate company was surety on- the bond of Stevens to the extent of iiiOOu The court here says the action coq bft maintained and U not limited i the mount sRlpuIatedantliebond f I I t r Ii I I 1 A HORRIBLE CATASTROPHE Young Johnstown Flood Visits Gradyville Kentucky Twentyone Lives Snuffed out In a MomentSenator Nells Great Loss Last Friday night a cloud burst in the valley of Big Creek Adair county almost destroyed the town of Grady ville Several whole families being wiped out ExSenator Nell lost his home and all his family five in num her Senator Nell would have perish ed also but for the fact that he was away visiting a patientbeing a phy sicianAll day long Sunday daring workers burrowed among the drift piles In search of the five bodies which re main unfound The search lasted in to the night and sorrowstricken parents and kinfolk were compelled by darkness to give up the search until another sun work beginning early next morning in an attack on the driftsThe desolation of the little hamlet Is complete While half the dwellings remain and one general store all other business enterprises were completely wiped out and onetenth of the total population was drowned There has never been anything like a high stage of water before in Dig creek and never has even the cellar of a house been inundated The dis aster canoe in an hour was gone In an hour leaving desolation bereave ment and poverty in Us wake Considered comparatively the Johnstown flood was not nearly so destructive as was the cloudburst In the little spur of the Green river knobsThe heavy rains which preceded time cloudburst and flood began on Friday evening about 8 oclock The rain continued unabated until 10 oclock when the cloudburst occurred causing a score of deaths and comparatively wrecking thirteen buildings RENDER June ItRhea Armstrongof Leitch field and C A Lawton Central City and D W Jones Ottumwa Iowa were here last Wednesday- Dr J A Duff Sulphur Springs and James M DeWeese of Hartford and Everette Fulkerson of Paducah were here last Thursday Harry Draper and Wm Cargal were In Central City last Thursday Hugh Roach of Taylor Mines andI Alfred Bennett Rockport and Chester iVshby of Centertown were here Fri day Jno S Spence was in Central City FridayMr and Mrs R E Kinnison spent Saturday and Sunday in Rockport Rev F G Jones of Drakesboro filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday Otha Miller and Nicholas Barrass of Taylor Mines were here Sunday Mr and Mrs McDowell Fair spent the day in Hartford Sunday Mrs Kate Campbellof Paducah spent Sunday and yesterday here W C Ward of Lexington and Jas Cargal of Jasonville Ind were here yesterday Mrs L Francis went to Powderly yesterday Albert Christian Auditor for the Central Coal and Iron Co of Central CIty was here today Mrs M H Collins of Memphis Tenn Is the guest of her sister Mrs McDowell Fair Walter Daniel of Nashville Tenn- Is I the guest of Mr and Mrs Jno S Spence Miss Nellye Harris Is visiting relatives at Drakesboro and Cleaton Misses Carrie and Eddie Roll are vis sting at Central City and Cleaton Geo Edwards went to Horton today Everette Taylor of Beaver Dam was here today I BEAVER DAM June 12 Rev WB Wright filled his regular apponitment here Sunday morning and night Prof M D Maddox who has been home the past few days has returned here Mr W M Wright of Louisville is visiting In town this week Mrs C M Taylor entertained the Ladies Flinch Cub at her home on- South Main gtijeet last Frilay There were three new members added iatrthla t I I 1 I h t 0w iM 1 h Ioi meeting Mrs Jno L Lalllngor Misses Dena Woodward and Marie Austin- S B Van Meter IB on the sickiii this week Miss Hunnlo Render entertained the orchestra at her home last Thursday night Mrs C L Woodward Mrs Z W Mitchell and Miss Dena Woodward spent last Sunday afternoon In Hart fordMisses Marie Austin and Kittye Rhoads and Dr L 0 Render accompi nled J Prank Baker to Dundeewhere- he officiated at the FitzhughMaide wedding Mr and Mrs J R Williams spent Sunday with Mrs Williams father Mr T II Loyd at Aetnaville Mr G W Brunton who has been sick the last few days is able to be out again Y FOR THE BUSY READER i The Director of the Census has Is sued a preliminary report on the production of lumber lathsand shIngles In Kentucky for tho past year A big increase is shown over the preceding year Tho Princess Anne Hotel at Virginia Beach Va was destroyed by fire originating In the kitchen The man guests had narrow escapes Two ne gro employes of tho hotel lost their lives aaa Robert Hooker the negro who killed- a young farmer in Fayette county Is believed to be hiding in Madison county and a strong posse went out from Richmond hoping to make his cal 1ur during the night ass Twantyelght passengers Including twelve women and children were drowned by the sinking of the French schooner La Jalous from Cayenne for St Lucius The schooner sank off Barbados last Friday night sea Tn the Superior Court at Concord N H yesterday Judge Chamberlin an uouiiccfi his intention of appointing a muster to conduct hearings to deter mine whether Mrs Mary Baker Eddy is competent to manage her affairs ass George P Chinn of Mercer county was appointed warden of the State penitentiary at Frankfort to succeed to the position made vacant by the resignation of E T Lillard Mr Chinn will assume his place at once V ss Lawrence Jones of Louisville took three ties at the International horse show in London winning two thirds with Jane and a second with his Po etry of Motion American horses landed many of the premiums sea According to the crop report of the Agricultural Department the condition of spring wheat on June 1 was 887 compared with 934 at the corresponding period last year The condition of oats was 816 against 859 last year aaa J B Lindell of Hopkins county serving a sentence In the Eddyvill penitentiary on cnoviction of manslaughter for killing a young man he had under arrest has been paroled by- the State Board of Prison Commissioners asThe Mississippi Supreme Court has affirmed the decision of the lower Court in the case of Mrs Angle Birdsong Gov Vardaman has respited Mrs Birdsong for thirty days and in the meantime petitions for pardon will- be circulated aaa It is not believed at Washington that the present antiAmerican agitation in Japan will lead to any rup turo between the two countries The whole affair it is considered is more or less due to local political agitation in the Island Kingdom Street Fair for Hartford The business men of Hartford have arranged to hold a Street Fair here July 12 and 13 Premium list and tomes of Secretary and committee- in charge will be published next week Get ready to attend and enjoy two days of solid fun A Card of Thanks We wh hto thank the good people of Hartford lot their kindly assistance and many faTors shown us during the fatal Illness of our little son Miles Gerald Ma r Gods richest blessings berthe portion oteach one JOHN W TAYLOR MRS JOHN W TAYLOR J r S 1 71c Li 7 COUNTY CONVENTION OF SUNDAY SCHOOLS Interest on Increase List of Officers for Next Year When we went to press last week the Ohio County Annual Sunday School Convention had just organized and gotten down to work More genuine interest was manifested In the convii tion than any yet held in the county and Dr Ford and those associated with him In the noble work are to be con gratulated upon the good results front their devotion to the cause Prof II K Taylor of Louisvilh Rev H B Self of Owensboro and Rev T C Gebauer Statb Worker of Henderson all contributed to the in terest of time meeting by their bright talks and helpful suggestions Ilei J Frank Baker Rev J A Lewis and Rev A B Gardnerlocal pastors and other home talent joined in discussion of the various questions under considerationFifteen were represented timid the delegates were entertained by cit izens of Hartford The convention voted to hold the convention here again next year Friday afternoon the following of ficers were selected for the ensuing year President Dr E W Ford Vic President Dr S D Taylor Secretary and Treasurer Miss Annie Patton Superintendent Teachers Training Department Prof L X Gray Supterin tendent Home Department G B LI kens Superintendent Primary Depart mentMrsJno B Wilson Superintend ent House to House Visitation Depart nunt C M Barnett The following resolutions were re ported by the committee and tinana motisly adopted We feel like the present convention has been a helpful one to all who have been fortunate enough to attend and hear the discussions of the different topics which are so important in Sun day School work and by reason of the able assistance rendered by the vial tors from other counties and the co operation of many of the Sunda School Superintendents and teachers in our own county the conference will prove helpful in the ensuing yearand- be a great blessing to the county and an honor of God Therefore be It Resolved That we extend our thanks especially to the 11 E Church South at Hartford for courtesies ex tended in tendering its house anti other church property for the services on this occasion To Miss Hattie Barnett who has been so faithful and ef ficient at the organ To Dr K W Ford and Prof L N Gray Chairman and Secretary of the convention for the satisfactory manner in which the meetings have been conducted Rev H B Self Rev T C Gebauer and Prof H K Taylor for the able and instructive lectures doming the meeting The Hartford Herald and The Hartford Republican our county papers their Editors and managers have ren dered valuable services to the organ Ization during the year and have con tributed greatly to the success of the work and for these courtesies which have been cheerfully extended be these papers Rsolvd That the cunvtmiUor express Us hearty thinlts Resolved That we make a united effort during the next year by working and praying to create a stronger Sunday School sentiment and endeavor to have Instituted in the Sunday Schools generally the important departments Cradle Roll House to House vlslta tlon Teachers Training Class Teachers Meeting and Hume Department From the reports received in this Convention we are confronted with thE fact that a largo percentage of the pro Ions boys and girls men and women are yet outside of the Sunday School therefore be It Resolved That we and each of us put forth our sincere efforts in cooperation with the officers of this association to win these jewels for the Sunday School for Christ fluid for the churchResolved That during the coming year we will by agitation invitation and prayer endeavor to arouse the peo pIe of the county to a realization of the great Importance of Sunday Schoolwork and secure a larger attendance- at our next annual convention Respectfully submitted E P MOORE J C PARK G B LJKENS Committee r ROCKPORT June 12Rv W A Grant failed I to fill his regular appointment hero Sunday Misses Lillian and Nettle Monroe left for Dawson Springs where they will bo the guests of their brotherMr lIar ry Monroe for several days Mr Arbuckle of Beaver Dam Is in Rockport this week painting Quite a number of people from this place attended the childrens day exer cises at Pink Hall Sunday and a few went on the Sunday excursion Notice The Hartford Magisterial District Union will meet the fourth Saturday in June instead of the last as hereto fore announced This June 10th 1907 HORACE L TAYLOR Sec MANY VOTES CAST IN OUR CONTEST Result of Two Weeks Voting As Shown by Count We give below the standing of the candidates In our Jamestown contest as shown yesterday evening by count of ballots Many of the contestants have made remarkable gains Some of those who came In late havo re ceived many votes and yet have good chances to win Misses Rowe Daniel and Williams have each made a good showingOn North side the race is a close one between Misses Williford and Thomasson the latter leading by a few votes yesterday- On the South side Miss Jones is leading but Miss Plrtle has received over 2000 votes since our last ro port Remember the contest has nlore than ten weeks to run yet Although a candidate may he ahead this week is no sign that the count will remain with her HOW THEY STAND NORTH SIDE Miss Mcrtie Williford Nocreek 3090 Miss Cora Thomasson Heflin 3185 SOUTH SIDE Miss Bertha Plrtle Hartford 8700 Miss Ethylin Jones Hartford R F D No 111645Mi-ss Nettle Rowe Centertown 1885 Miss Harlett Flener Cromwell 100 Miss Ethel ThorpWllllams Mines 370 Miss Stella Daniel Olaton13S0- Miss Mary B WilllamsRob Royl09u Notice to Contracts Sealed bids will be accepted by the trustees of Excelsior district No 3G until July C 1907 for the erection of a school house Specifications can be had from the trustees cash will be paid when house is accepted J P McCOY W P LEACH ELMER BARNARD Trustees I Do you ever feel like this Feel as if you were carrying a ton- iweight around on your back and you couldnt rid of it in anyway Everyone should be strong re main so through life but too often health fails in business work or social strain If you feel like this your vim tality is failing and you will continue to grow worse unless you do some thing for yourself and there is no time to lose Dont put off caring for yourself but get a bottle of Y CELERYand IRON TONIC and we will guarantee you prompt and lasting relief from your ing condition Increase your appe tite tone you up improve your com plexion only helps you at once but builds you up and keeps you there Get a Bottle today Price 7Sc James It Williams ilae Store t jttl I yi lit l1 yYS IIIUST SEWILSON iHV FORMALLY ANNOUNCES k His Candidacy for Gubernatorial Nomination of the Proud Com r monwealth of Kentucky Hon Augustus E Wilson has for mally announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Gov 1 ernor of Kentucky in the following statement I am earnestly grateful for the good will and in many cases the affec 1 Lion shown to me by our people here p In Louisville and In many counties Jhrough the Stale as Republican P nominee for Governor and I shall feel I tafro confidence of election if nomi aszt beyond my price and sacrifice the hon- ort of being chosen and trusted by the l choice of the people to work for the GovernortKentucky and if I Itoft the Republican administration in Y 1 the hope that it would be a blessing t the State and revive its oldtime glory 1 oldfashioned honest pride in Kentucky 4and in Kentuckians and would seek i to make the Republican party In Ken Lucky a better party with new Ideals new hopes in step with the best thought and best work of this age of prdgress I should also hope that Republican success in Kentucky would free Kentucky Democracy from the thrall of organized greed and graft prejudice and practices of proscription and hate and inspire tin Democratic hosts with new and kindly preaching and practice patrotism and public spir it to the end that In the future we nay rencb the ideal condition in wnich all may hope that all future party rivalry in Kentucky shall be contests between parties equally honest earn estawl hard working to see which can I do most to honor and bless the State and hotter the conditions the comforts the happiness of all of its people and to clear away the feuds jealousies and unfriendly rivalries between and within all parties places and sections and to make Kentucky one of the fore most instead of one of the most backward States of our country in all that makes for noble thought and feeling and splendid achievement I believe that I can secure substan tially a fair election in Jefferson county and there are a number of grounds upon which 1 can reasonably xptc to have the support of many thousands now in the Democratic rank RepubIlIcat1Sed for Republicans before and that these votes will be sufficient to win a victory for good government and this makes me feel it a duty to undertake the campaign If the Republican party nominates me and to hope that the nomination will be made At tho same time I wish it under stood that I do not make any claim on th Republican party and I do not admit any claims on me which in any way culd hinder or embarrass me in performing my duty under the law Impartially fairly and justly to all In all matters connected with the office Lol us all agree that we shall do all in our power to have the people choose their delegates according toI their own wishes and without dictation or unfair influence and let us have a friendly and fair convention without any contested delegates and the frir unbiased judgment of that convention as to tho nominees and the select Im of a ticket composed of men who have done their duly and can be trusted to work ably hard and unselfishly for the real good of the Statein the hope that a Republican administration II bo chosen in this spirit will be a blessing to the StateIMiiy we not hope that all of our willImake a clear line of separation be tweui this new era and the period of pout cltl bitterness hate proscription and d uunclation through which we have so recently passed Cii wo not all now and here hgh ly rcslve to wipe out hato und abuse to P cxtnd the glad hand and helping hand o every neighbor and brother to deplore and shake off the faults and m stakes from which neither side k leas Ln free even in their own mon f scltnt and to highly resolve that i Kentucky shall no longer be frowning and censorious but shall be the f3Ugrr oldtime warmhearted great 1 and glorious KentuckyI hi this spirit I have pledged my t deron to tho cause of humanity and U I l good government to tho ending of4 hates and feuds of abuse and reproach to good will to all our people without rsresrves as to party or sect to liberty t ideal liberty liberty under the Con r slltuUoa and the law liberty in so ciely and association liberty in opln d ton In party and in creed i I stand for u spirit of courtesy and xM kindly rivalry between partiesto work bothptr tar that the other should be true to all Interests of this State nobly and un selfishly and that all our people will partyts r v r N 4Y r I 4 J rd trusts and that each party should wish blessed in the effort to bring it lo pass that it believes Is best in order that whichever shall succeed the people will be safe and I shall hope to be blessed fn the effort to bring it to past that every soul throughout the State in whatever condition happy or un hat pyshall come to feel the brother hood of man and the blessings of wor lug together in a friendly and helping spirit Instead of working in enmity or hard feeling and shall work and pray to bring it to pass that in Kentucky at last every one shall find better chance for comfort nad happiness for all our people which makes for noble thought and feeling to endow and foster splendid schools and colleges open I to the poorest boys and girls to study and learn the best ways to Increase I qur rich harvests in quantity and qual- Ity to improve our roads and all our ways of transportation and to build up every good line and idea in commerce manufacture and transportation to widen the fields of work in the hope ofIi clung through all the years of hopes chilled by disappointment and suffer j ing For these Ideals and hopes 1 shun earnestly seeK help above and beyond my own strength When ybu feel the need of a pill take a DeWltts Little Early Riser Small pill safe pill sure pill Easy to takepleasant and effective Drives i away headaches Sold by all drug gists m PROTECTION FROMHOUSE FIRE By an Outlay Only of Two i Cents Per Acre Per I Annum Fire has always been the worst en i dill of the forest In many cases the risk of fire Is so great after lumbering I that land owners have not tried any system of conservative logging but have instead cut the forest clean in I the belief that young timber would be burned if left before it could attain sufficient growth for a second crop This is almost the rule in the heavy forests of the Pacific coast where fires have been so prevalent that htey have come to the regarded as a necessary evil A single fire among young trees may not always kill thembut it will check their growth and they will be very susceptible to insect attacks and fungous diseases Re curing fires however at last destroy the whole forest stand and then chap arral takes possession On cutover lands there is usually a great accumulation of debris and this encourages fire so that one of the first steps In fire protection Is some provision for the removal of debris In 1904 the forest service In cooperation with the state of California made a thorough study of forest conditions and their relation to fire on the tract of the McCloud River Lum ber Company in SIsklyou county Cal The chief object of this study was to devise some practical system of forest protection The results which are now published In circular 79 of th forest service show that 1 by prop er care and the execution of certain measurers it is possible to decrease or even to eliminate the danger from forest fires 2 that such protective measures may be carried out at a reasonable cost and 3 that the re sults in most cases will fully Justify the necessary expenditures The plan adopted which alms to pre vent fires from starting by means of patrol along carefully laidout routes was executed so successfully that it has since been extended to all the holdings of the company Telephone and tool stations have been established and broad fire lines on which the clash was burned have been run through cutover land The cost of all this was about 2 cents per acre per annum The details of this plan accom panied by a description of the tract and the forest types and an estimate of cutover lands protected from fire are given In the circular which is en titled The Control of Forest Fires at McCloud Cal This publication will ho sent free upon application to the forester United States department of agriculture Washington D C Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free- If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or full of humors If you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema Itching rising and bumpy skin bone painsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially advised for chronic deepseated casesas It cures after all else tails 35tf AMBITION TO DO u ABSOLUTELY NOTHING Men Who are no Good in This i World Not Liable toi nextk ViA Some men have the ambition toed things Then the world hears ofa Alexander a Caesar n Napoleon GrantOther men there are says the Lon don Mall whose only ambition It to nothing not even sit by the fir and spin When such men die the world says Good riddance there goes nobody Men who have ambition to do nothing are fouhd everywhere They are the curse of society the drag of business and the dregs In the cup of life The other day a young man was die charged from his position by his em ployer In extenuation of himself he said Why do you discharge me I have done nothing Yes said the employer that is just the reasOn I done anything Years ago a young man wrote to a famous clergyman asking him to find an easy position for him and the reply is said to have beet My dear boy there is only one easy place and that is in the grave Yet there are many young men who are in search of tho soft snap content forever to sit down doing nothing being nothing living ilde aimless lives Such men as these are forgetful of the fact that wealth without labor position without use of that position and leisure unearned are the very things that take away the zest of life fill the mind of man with unutterable bitterness and mad jealousies that in flame the passions and Incite to the performance of the worst deeds Nothing comes from nothing is the old law of life It needs to be em phasized again and again Every great creation of art every masterpiece In literature every victory for the right and truth has been won at the price of hard and continuous labor Behind every great action there Is a great heart Behind every noble creation there Is an aspiring soul If a boy refuses to master his lessons he is simply widening the distance be tween him and the delictable mountain of an achieved success and ds prepar ing himself for a life of uselessness sloth and contemptible Idleness- A boy reading a Bible lesson came to the words Shadrach Meshach and Abednego Reading and unable to pronounce them he skipped them A few days afterward reading the same lesson in an examination and still un able to pronounce the hard names he said Theres them fellers again1 Everyday life means a dailY meeting of some Shadrach Meshach or Abed nego and unless mastered there is ab solutely no advance Work Is valuable not simply be cause of the outward things It con structs such as bridges ships and towers More useful Is It In the secret character that it constructs en abling the building of greater things as the years roll by The Idler the dawdler can not be a happy or a useful citizen He who sits by the fire and loafs will soon want a fire and a loaf to satisfy his hunger and warm his miserable body This little pig went to market doesnt amuse tonight Babys not well whats the matter 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 hero by all druggists m Call for Republican Convention- The Ohio County Republican Exec utive Committee met at the Court House in Hartford persuant to call of the chairman Saturday April 27 at 1 p m The committee was called to order by Chairman Ragland and a roll call by the Secretary showed a quorum present either In person or by proxy After the objects of the meet ing had been stated by the chairman on motion It was ordered that a mass convention of the Republican electors of Ohio county be held at the Court House in Hartford June 15 at 130 p m standard time to select dele gates and Alternates to attend the Republican State Convention to be held In the city of Louisville June 19th 1907 for the purpose of nomi nating a candidate for Governor and other State officers to be voted for at the November election 1907 This is to conform to the call Issued by the State Central Committee and under which the county will be entitled to 31 delegates On motion It was further 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 nomi nating 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 t 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 tyflve 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 Sulphuro5CoolnSouthaRockport 3 Select 4 Horse Branch Rosine 8 East Beaver Dam 3 West Beaver Dam 6 McHenry 5Centertown 6eWest Fordsville 5 Aetnaville 2Shreve 3 Olaton 3 Buford 2 Bartlett 4Hef tin 2 Coralvo 2 Point Pleasant 2 Narrows 3 Ralph 3 Prentls 2 Herbert 1 Arnold 3 Render 4 Total 129 necessary to choice 65 M S RAGLAND Chmn- J M DeWEESE Sec Knights of Friendship Owensboro Kentucky June 14th The Illinois Central Railroad Co will sell round trip tickets to Owens boro Ky at one and onethird fare plus 25 cents on June 14th limited June 15th for return- J E WILLIAMS Agent as LOPSIDED BRIT ISH FREETRADE s lit Swallowed the Camel and Stranis at the Much Talk edGnjt We like the goodnatured surprise of the German Court who asked in the Reichstag yesterday for the name of the Inventor of the fairy tale that Great Britain was a FreeTrade country After careful calculations he had established tho fact that tho amount per head of the custom duties was higher In Great Britain than anywhere else and that she paid 1580 marks per head as against 1049 in Germany Looked at every way we inflict on ourselves by academic adherence to the name of FreeTrade greater handi caps for less purpose than the most ardent Protectionists abroad Our custom duties are largely on things which in Count Posadowskys phrase are necessities of existence if we take into consideration the climate of the country and the habit of the popula tion We have swallowed the cam el and strain at the gnat The lop sided FreeTrade which heavily taxes tea and tobacco but Is horrified at a duty on pianos punishes the laborer and hampers the manufacturer Even the notion of a duty on flour appalls us though it would make our mills flourish cheapen the now expensive byproducts of the grain and not raise the price of bread Foreigners may well look on FreeTrade as a fairy tale The FreeTrader Indeed much resembles the character in a German fairy tale He regards him self as one so favored by the genii of the country that gold and all other blessings will come to him when he chooses to utter his wish But he finds in fact that his boon is no great er htan a black pudding and all his resources are exhausted in transfer ring that to his mouth The laborers in this country where a beneficent soil Is every year producing less food and providing fewer workers with em ployment will sink as certainly as the German peasant is rising if they con tinue to believe the fairy tales of Rumpelstiltken politicians who hold that conditions today are identical with the conditions in 1846 London Globe Beginning of Famous Men Jay Gouuld was a book agent Henry Vlllard was a reporter Ellhu Burritt was a blacksmith Benjamin Franklin was a printer- A T Stewart was a school teacher James J Hill began as a roustabout Abraham Lincoln was a railsplit terDaniel Drew began as a cattle trad er Cornelius Vanderbilt ferried his own boatWilliam Lloyd Garrison was a prin ters devil John Wannamaker began life at 125 a week William A Clark as a young man was a miner John Jacob Astor sold apples in the streetThomas Edison began as a telegraph operatorHenry H Rogers was a grocers de livery boy JohnD Rockefeller worked in a ma chine shop Grains of Gold It takes very careful treatment to qure sore head A bad memory is sometimes a great source of relief Steady employment is the best panacea for impure thoughts The intellect is protectednot by aiifinEyMake to baY some ready foran idle day An educated man is one who hurls JJ V rf t v V V w f Ii ii i I H 0 A ao LmmerVackftionbf in Your Kitchen 1 1 Dont swelter this summer with the temperature at 110 Get aNew Perfection Wick Plue Flame Oil Stove and have a cool kitchen The NEW PERFECTION y 1 It Wick Blue Flame Oil CookStovej t f produces a working flame instantly Blue flame means high1yWIIi fconcentrated beat no soot no dirt Oil is always at a maintained level ensuring a uniform flame Made in three sizes Every stove warranted If not at your dealers write to our nearest agency for descriptive circular The houseRjOLamP Jof brass throughout and beautifully nickeled Perfectly constructedabsolutely safe unexcelled in lightgiving power an ornament to any room Every lamp warranted pot at your dealers write to our nearest agencyaSTANDARD OIL COMPANY- iNcORPoMATf9 i BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES catalogue by before throw your worthless BRYANT COttBOZ iulrrUlrXr MAGAZINE READERS SUN MAQAzunt 0saddl the FtWes67sCAMERA CWT tbfotod sick isotk ts tltrtiIIic tki bI 100 wolkfelksrhdpreisroda jtB- OAD Of A THOV4UVD WOWDEIS book ei 75 PMM coMfcf 120 calond l tomd ia 75Cskiorsis Total 335 for 150 AdAsss all ordtn to 8UWSET MAGAZINE Flsi EWidit s Frseise WEEKLY COURIERJOURNAL AND THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN BotH One YearI FOR ONLY 150Presidential election is ap proaching Times have changed That is all Mr Watterson is a Democrat has always been CourierJournal is going to support the ticket And there you have it Send your order for this tion to usnot to the CourierJour- nal The regular price of the weekly CourierJournal alone is 100 a year epithets instead of brickbats- To tell a person of evil and to say nothing of the good is LOve may be blind a season but finally opens its very Jt takes more to keep up appearance familySpending leads to spending dollars same Thera are a gig at many old scores It were much better to leave unsettled Even a tender conscience may be toughened it wilt stretch like rubber t tri wo A- J i r J A V 1 I In small titles and towns because 1 There Is not a sufficient population to support a GOOD school Sfraud3 There are few If any opportunities for their graduates to secure employment In suchlocallties 4 The THOROUGH business ootleess arc located In thelarger cities and are conducted by persons who are qualified 9 The graduates of business In small ortowns can not employ competitionhighclass schools as business men have incompetentsThereforebewise 69 pare ererissued a commercial school deriding to away money 1a training atsome cheap school V r STRATTON BTOXXB88 1 lIT a All The and The the cruel for eyes wide five the until 11 I colleges cities secure no HAUTESI The Imported Thoroughbred I StalliOnWill on 1907 at S D Myres MondayHart ford Fair grounds Tuesday and Wed nesday and at Centertown Thursday Friday and Saturday for the nominal sum of 1000 to insure live colt money due when fact is ascertained or mare parted with This is a Stallion of fine blood good confirmation splendid disposition in short he is a fine in dividual stands 154 hands high and is a rich bay with black main and tall and only 4 years old Has splen did set of black legs fine eyesbeautl ful head and ear This fine horse was sent to the Centertown Live Stock Co by the Kentucky Breeding Bureau for the purpose of improving the breed of horses in To ithehas always held for fine and well bred horsey What Mr Shouse Sec retary of Kentucky Breeding Bureau says in his letter to the Centertown Llvo Stock Co- Gentlemen I The horse we are send ing is a fouryearold Bay Hautes f Presented to the Kentucky Breeding fBureau by tho Hon August BelmontIof Now York He was brought to this country at the foot of his dam Imported Hautesse by Archiduc and for the mare and colt Mr Belmont paid 25000 at public auction Ladas the sire of Hauter is one of the to mest sires of England at the pres splendidIndividual bred in America Indeed on Breeding alone he is well worthy a trial at thoroughbred I Yours Respectfully JULETT SHOUSE Sec 1 Wtf would be glad to have you call an dryour self and if you d are satisfied with our stock and its t breeding we will be delighted to do business wlth you Remember we theStateweaningtime 4Herald Thanklpgyou for past favors t and to do more business withyou in the future We remain 1 1CENTERToWttttYE S a Dl1IV11IGI E4ePe r J t riltt 1IJ t Sub8Cr1 efor THE REPUBLICAfI y 1 fjt r e j 1 J I 1 1 A YEAR WIII OUT A SUMMER Snow and Ice Prevailed in June July and AUfust- in 1816t The year 1816 was known through 1out the United States and Europe as coldest ever experienced by any I person then living There arc pet sons in Northern New York who hay been in the habit of keeping dinrie for years and it is from the pages of an old diary begun in 1810 and kept up unbroken regarding this yea without a summer has been taken January was so mild that most per r haons allowed their fires to go out and not burn wood except for cooking There were a few cool days but they were very few Most of the time the air was warm and springlike Febru ary was not cold Some days were colder then anj in January but the weather was about the same March from the 1st to the 6th was Inclined to be windy It came in like a smal lion and went out like a very inno cent sheep I April came in warm but as the day grew longer the air became colder and by the first of May there was a ti temperature like that of winter with 1 plenty of snow and ice In May the young buds were frozen deadice form ed half an inch thick on ponds and t rivers corn was killed and the corn fields were planted again and again until it became too late to raise n crop By the last of May In this climate the trees are usually in leaf and birds and flowers are plentiful When the last of May arrived In 1816 everything had been killed by the coldJune was the coldest month of roses ever experienced in this latitude Fros and ice were as common as buttercups usually are Almost every green thing was killed all fruit was destroyed Snow fell ten Inches deep in Vermont There was a seveninch fall in the interor of New York State and the same in Massachusettes There were only a few moderately warm days Ev erybody lookedlonged and waited for warm weather but warm weather did not come It was also dry very little rain fell All summer long the wind blew steadily from the north in blasts lat den with snow and ice Mothers knit socks of double thickness for their childeru and made thick mittens Planting and shivering were done to gether and the farmers who worked out their taxes on the country roads wore over coats and mittens On June 17 there was a heavy fall of snow A Vermont farmer sent a flock of sheep to pasture on Jiine 16 The morning of the 17th dawned with the thermometer below the freezing point About 9 oclock in the morn in the owner of the sheep started to look for his flock Before leaving home he turned to his wife and said JokinglyBetter start tho neighbors soon its the middle of June and I may get lost in the snow An hour after he he had left home a terrible snowstorm came up The snow fell thick and fast and as there the fleecy masseswas so much wind piled in great drifts along the wind ward side of the fences and outbuild ings Night came and the farmer had not been heard of His wife became frightened and alarmed the neighborhood All the neighbors joined the searching party On the third day they found him He hollow on the sidewas lying in a hill with both feet frozen he was halfcovered with snow but alive Most of the sheep were lost Vt own A farmer near Tewksbury ed a large field of corn He built fires Nearly every night he and his men took turns in keeping up the fire and watching that the corn did not freeze The farmer wes rewarded for his tireless labors by having the only crop of corn in the region July came in with snow and ice On the Fourth of July Ice as thick as win dow glass formed throughout New England New York and in some parts of the State of Pennsylvania Indian corn which In some parts of the East had struggled through May and June gave up froze and died i To the surprise of everybody Au of all Al gust was the worst month this coun thing inmost every green try and Europe was blasted with frost Snow fell at Barnet 30 miles from London England on August 30 News papers received from England stated that 1816 would be remembered by the existing generation as the year in I which there was no summer Very j little corn ripened in New England There was great privation and thou sands of persons would have perished f in this country had It not been for the abundanc of fish and wild game i OA O s t l11411- t1Ilt tt ah Telefripby The fact that telegraph operators dO W l t I I t tl Jfi JL Most Valuable Agent The glycerine employed in Dr Pierce medicines greatly enhances the modlclna properties which 1J extracts from native medicinal roots and holds In solution muehjbdtter than Alcohol would It alea ownbeingantiseptic and antifermont It add Chorrybarkroot and Queens root contained In Golden Medical Discovery In subduing chronic or lingering coughs bronchial throat and lung affections for all of which theso agents are recommended by stand ard medical authorities- In all cases where there is a wasting away of flesh loss of appetite with weal itomntfli as In tho early stages of con eutnmlbn there can bo no doubt that gly- cerine acts as a valuable nutritive and rootQueprom n gestlon flesh an s rength controlling tho cough and bringing about a healthy condltl n of the w to system Of course it must not be e miracles It will not cure nsumption except In Its earlier stages It will t n C I n e r u art son t r eness jnaQutecougn Inttitlllngeringhangon oven when accompanied by blooding frdm lungs that it has performed its most marvelous cures Prof Finley Elllngwood II D of Ben nett Med College Chicago says of gly cerine a In dyspepsia It serves an excellentpu peroxidehydrogen of manufactured products of tho time In Its action upon enfeebled dlsordcrc4 stom achs especially If there Is orca tarrhal gastritis catarrhal Inflammation of stomach It Is a most efficient preparation Glycerine will relieve many cases of pyrosis heartburn and oxccsslro gastric stomach acidityGolden Medical Discovery enriches and purifies tbo blood curing blotches pimples eruptions scrofulous swellings and sores or ulcers r Send to Dr R V Pierce of Buffalo N Y for froe booklet telling all about tho native medicinal roots composing this nondorfu medicine There Is no alObol1n it are being taught and sent out to rail road positions almost every week by the Bowling Green Business Universi ty Is sufficient evidence of the thoroughness of the training given by that institution This is now one of the largest commercial schools in America and the enrollment is increas ling every year This University has largest Telegraphy School in the South bind the third largest in the world A prompt pleasant good remedy for coughs and colds Is Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup It is especially recommended for babies and children but good for every member ol the family ft contains honey and tar and tastes nearly as good as maple syrup Children like it Sold by all druggists m BOWLING GREEN VOTES AGAINST SALOONS Drys win Election in the City by 229Ten Arrests Made For Bribery Bowling Green Ky June GThe local option election held here today was one of the most exciting and hotly contested in the history of the city and was won by the drys by a majority of 229 The wets carried only one precinct in tho city and this by a much smaller majority than they anticipated The entire vote cast was 2029 Hundreds of women were at the polls serving coffee and sandwiches free and several thousand people were In town from the country The drys got out their vote early and led from the start Ten different persons who were workers for lily wets were arrested on warrants chargng bribery attempted bribery accepting bribes and Intimidating voters Bull was made for them at once by the whisky men and they were released their trials being set for Tuesday The workers on the wet side were followed all day long by good women Wherever they went the womn would go and when they buttonholed a voter the women were there to hear what they would say Many of the better element of the colored voters voted dry and this helped to carry the elec- tton There is no case of indigestion no natter how irritable or how obstinate that will not be speedly relieved by Ithe use of Kodol The main factor In curing the stomach of any disorder is rest and the only way to get rest is to actually digest the food for the stomach Itself Kodol will do it It is a scientific preparation of vegetable acids containing the very same juices found In a healthy stomach It conforms to the Pure Food and Drugs Law Sold by all druggists INITIAL BANQUET 1OfKENTUCKIANS FirstGitbertnf of Kentucky So vrclety of Louisiana Proves Most Enjoyable Affair The New Orleans Item contains the following which will be of interest to Ohio countians I Organized no mqrjj than about four weeks ago the Kentucky Society of Louisiana gave itsiir banquet last night at the St Charles Hotel with fortytwo members present I The feast was one of the most en joyable given in this city in a long while the intense love of their native State and loyalty to the adopted home Lou isiana being the keynote of the ad dress delivered by the Kentuckians during the evening The menu though lacking the spark ling spring water of Old Kalntuck left nothing to be desired in the wily of edibles and sweet Ablta waterwith the assistance of the little brown Jug bred in old Kentucky and looking as though he had just stepped out of Green River picture left no excuse for any of the feasters to go athirst Grace was said by Rev C C V Edwards and Col Jolla C Wick flue the president of the society acting as toastmaser Introduced the first speaker of the evening Col Shel mayor of Crowley to respond as the toastmaster put it to the toast to the country God made KentuckyMr eloquently discussed the t history of his native State and called r attention to the achl nts tof the Kentuckian all over that4vuatrysay ing that the sons of y ItfJ be found In all of the alIof life reaping honors earnlna yealth and adding to the wellbeing of the ntitfon everywhere tti V The sentiments all ath ed of a fervent love for Kentucld- feature a of the evening distinguishing the banquet from all held here being the eloquence of all of the speakers There was not one dull address and though the speakers were doctors rail road men soldiers and business men as well as lawyers the speeches would any of them have done credit to men cultivating a reputation as orators and in the lines recalled by one of the speakers Orators are the grandest in KentuckyThe I proposed anti those followsI C I WickliffeKentucky Col Shelby Taylor Louisiana Prof Alcee Fortier Pres ident Louisiana Historical Society I The Bluegrass Capt P S Morris I The Beargrass Mr Ernest T GeorgeThe Pennyrile Lieut Win E Ben nett The Purchase Dr H B Bartlett The Kentucky Colonel Private Ben jamin Rice Forman The Women of Kentucky J Kemp RidgelyUnited We Stand Divided We Fall Mr Theodore Atchison Blessing Chaplain C V Edwards State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County ss Frank J Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner in the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed- In my presence this 6th day of De cemberA D 1SSO A W Gleason Seal Notary Public Halls Cutarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free F J Cheney Co Toledo 0 I Sold by all Druggists 75c I Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation Tobacco Crop Short From the best reports obtainable now it seems that the tobacco crop wll- be short in almost every section of th ountry this year This coupled with the fact that the internal revenue re- ceIpts as published every month in he tobacco journals show a large Increase in consumption over corresponding months of 1906 is very encourag- Ing to the farmer who has last years crop in pool Under the old system of marketing 00000MThe effectof Seals Emulsion on thin pale children ire magical It make them plump rosy active happy HypophotphitaDdGlCu j and so put together that it is easily digested I Pby little folk ALL DRUGGISTS 5Oo AND SlOO 11 I w t LY II l f4 j r 1 1 S f 0 with the government reports indicating last fall that we had produced a very large crop It Is very doubtful If the producer could have received outright as much as was advanced him and un der the pooling plan he has had that much money already and now has the assurance of moreto help tide him over a bad crop year Great indeed is Equity and he who would cast one straw in the path of this liberator of the farmer Is an em- my of his country The bluest man in the land today If the poor fellow who disregarded the advice of President J A Everitt glen last June and dumped his wheat The speculator who said Everitt was a fool is now raking in the coin and th dumper knows who was the fool A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its rich silve mines bonanza farms wide range and strange natural formations is a veritable wonderland At Mound In the home of Mrs E D CityI wonderful case of healing has occurred Her son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Ex hausting coughing spells occurred ever five minutes writes Mrs Clap when I began giving Dr Kings New Discovery the great medicine that saved his life and completely cure him Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat and lung troubles by all druggists inc and 100 Trial bottle free m OLD GRANT GUARD TO HOLD REUNION Historic Republican Convention of 1880 Called to Mind conIvcmhe sutures of time mooting aside from ihe work of the convention itself will be the reunion of the survlv ors of the solid battalion of delegates who stood by Gen Grant when he was running for a thirdterm renom nation in 1880 There were lOG votes in the Grant delegation and they ought through thirtysix ballots finally going down with the banner 3f their loader nailed to the mast while Jams A Garfield captured the honors without any formal noinlnatio before the convention Time convention of 1880 stands atom as regards staunch and unbroken fidelity to the fortunes of u losini candidate There was no waving In the Grant battalion and while u few stragglers from time to time votes with the main force when there was my change it was due to accessions such as these There were no Ohioans In law 30C votes for General Grant From the lrst ballot the Ohio delegation of 41 rotes kept its line in tact and the whole force was outside the Grant breastworks General Garfield had nominated John Sherman before the convention and with 33 othEr mtm ers of the Ohio delegation hj voted or Sherman for Iii ballots The vcle Jf the Ohio delegation stood 31 for Sherman ft for Blaine and 1 for Ed iiiunds In the confusion of the 35h allot there was a movement fuming tlw Blaine adherents of other Si ntes t break away from their leader and sup port Garfield and despite the protest jf the Presidentto be the licit turned vlh n sweep and when the 2Ci bal ll t had been counted Garfield was the loinlnee The Ohio delegation voted solidly for him save that Gurfifld tlniBelf stood mute and did not cats his ballot The final returns however showy i iindata A Dangerous Deadlock rimt sometimes terminates faallyIs the stoppage of liver and bowel functions To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sensations Dr tings Now Life Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed nbsolu ely satisfactory in every case or noney back at all druggists drug itroe 25c m amestown TerCentennial Ex position NORFOLK VA APRIL 26 TO NO VEMBER 30 1907 Rates from Beaver Dam Ky SEASON EXCURSION RATES Datcs of Sale April 19 to Nov 30 in luslve Final return limits Dec 15 190i Rates for round trip 13045 60DAYS EXCURSION RATES Dates of Sale April 19 to Nov SOin cluslvejFinal return limits Sixty 60 Lys of sale not to exceed ecembdr 1C 1907 Rates for round lp 2870- 15DATS EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 19 to November 30 inclusive Final return limits 15 days from date of sale not to exceed December 15 Rate for round trip 2360 COACH EXCURSION RATES Date of sale April 25 1907 and on each Tuesday from April 30 to November 26 1907 inclusive Final return limits Ten days from date of lie Rate for round trip 1620 J1 EIW LLIAMS Agent b14- t J 1 11t ti r3 r j V The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been In use for over 30 years has borne the signature of19 i and has been made under his per sonal supervision since Its infancy Allow no one to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations and a Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CtNTAUM COMPANY TT MURRAY STMCCT NW VORK C- ITYOUR d L foL L u u CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald125TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 250 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Owensborolnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 17h THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood 111agazine150 Address all orders to THEI REPUBLICANCapital Surplus Profits12500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12montlms This is your hank Come la DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RoweBurch Felix Jim Polk Stevens Z Wayne Griffin 166 AA6 AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA fi I TILLERS OF THE SOIL I i Cq l t 47 Will Make no Mistake by Visiting the Reliable Well Known Firm of i 4andi S WILLIAMS MILLERI4 fi For anything they needon the farm They bit 49 handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc = Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and Vi Mi 49 walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and bit S buggies for young folks and old folks = fi bit = In Addition I county4q ty 41 = = ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other y fi shops cannot do at all Everything at very moder = ate prices t = WILLIAMS MILLER = fi BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY Y ir 1 + warn 4 i sMC rv nwureia rt f ji I uBtdJ iic n fil te gsrEtor leDIWladOotap f f t Oi uj r Pf1Jr A6- Cali NETTIIITHY1 j ItIf t iAr r y3ft Jffr f t FRiDiq- r t Examine the label on your papgrJf- l 14 not correct notify ua irwr oThe Knox Presidential boom is nbV able to crawl MHI Bi HHBBIM BBM t it ran is no third term r I Hejls only a three time candidate No one seems to care If Mexico k ri firs1 bhla give Guatemala a sound spank L ing I a I iWlsecounsel should prevail In con s our State platform next 1 df We krI r TheGcool spring seems to z4 e had no upon the crop of June brides j theBeefvegetarian to accomplish with his argument Governor Hughes must understand that this country cannot stand two big sticks at one time The man who discovers a new bug these days of pestiferous insects should be suitably punished The Governor seems to be taking go6d aim before firing his gun load of officers for the city of Louisville A life prisoner in a Belgian prison I married the daughter of his jailer At least one wife is able to keep herr husband In at night If the Republicans expect tocarrj Ohio county this fall they will have to turn out better in November than they did last Saturday It is too cruel for poor old Demo cracy to be frightened every fen days with a rumor that Bryan is about to come out for Roosevelt t I Commissioner Blackburn has sgitt- back word to his friends that le Is j enjoying life in Panama and that 14000 salary immensly j- IThe friends of Haywood the Idaho prisoner who Is being tried for mur der by wholesale should send for Jim Hargis to help select juries arid If UtUIIchange Republican delegates to the State convention next week should remember that they are merely empowered to nominate a State ticket and write r- platform Any attempt to nominate A candidate for President will not onbII be going out of their jurisdiction but r rendering valueless the work for which they are called as well Let us cross one bridge at a time Evidence Is beginning to show thanhi Democrats are going to use the Caleb Powers trial now set for July 29 ns the strongest card in the State cam paign However If we mistake not the people have grown disgusted with this sort of business and on all sid can be heard the remark why convict Powers and let Hargls go free Why have they let the long months go by while Powers languished in jallwlth out giving him a trial This Is a ci in which the voters are justified in reI moving It from Judge and jury ers should either he given a decent trial or pardoned j The conventions held in the various precincts of Ohio county by the Ito h publicans last Saturday to determine their choice for a member of the House of Representatives seems from the returns to have resulted In no choice Tint is no one hits enough instructed votes to wits on first ballot The situation furnishes an opportunity for a display of bad temper such as our Democratic friends furnished us recentlyor for cool dispassionate action and a display of wisdom in the conven tlon tomorrow which will commend us to the intelligent voter Let harmony ItreRIIJ I t Call of Davless County Equity Warehouse Company At the last District meeting of the Green River District the Home warehouse people made a proposition to finance the whole district on the same a basis as Louisville Warehouse Conipaiiy t7 t and turn the tobacco over to the reg ry ular elected executive committee1 but 1 J they refused to accept of the proposi tion1 altho it would save fifty cents + a i drayage and a dollar and a halt freight r on each hogshead Now ns result of the strange actloh of the Louisville 1 faction it is strongly urged by many growers of tobacco to call wa muss conv vei lon of all who are Iff favor of hoofer storage and home finances at- thegarlfestpossibley rdatelawdrim r a 4 suant r fo this request the call ile Y Mitt iMPoOptt +bteet Juno6th at the court house in Owensboro tV V OEO W WELSHf Vice Prosl 1 AW IT Rtint D 4 atstlII HoAkin Madlsonvlllei Ky Juno 11 e plant bed of GordlQ Hoover a tkhr knot 4armer living several i ntthlsltywas r ied by unknQWr part eg abdtulned 1hls Is the tttobacco plant bed that has been J stmy4jnHopkins county and ev ry thing has been running very smooth for several monthuat rl Hoover telephoned to Madlroa Vllie for bloodhounds to trace them iwHotild the work but as yet Jja been obtained as to the guilty pal ties He4 had been offered 50 for tiji plants but had refused The Dark Tobacco Growers asspeja fionls very strong In this county alu It Is said that Mr Hoover was nqtrt member of the organization The A 8- otE Is also very strong here arid several organizers are at work h4re now organizing the farmers into the organization Every effort Is being made to capf re the men who destroyed the plants of Mr Hoover and tlp officials of the county jirlll noL tolerale any lawless neB oJhls kind at all rr J COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE- June 10Mrs G W Gordon who has been visiting her daughter Mrs Lawrence Allen of near Hartford ijj turned home Sunday Mr and Mrs J L Allen and lUtl daughter Francis attended the Johp sonAllen wedding last Wednesday i Had quite a heavy rain fall at this place today Misses Orpha and Marie StevensMr Elbert Oglesby and Miss Bottle Wise attended the Ice cream and strawberry supper at Taylor Mines Saturday night They were accompanied home by MisaMattie Wise Mr and Mrs Byron Taylor and daughters Jessie and Vera visited at J MrtJ L Aliens Sunday Oh account of bad weather farmers are very much behind with their farm workSome of our young folks attended childrens day at Nocreek Sunday Miss Olive Gordon Is visiting her sister Mrs Roy Brown Mr Estll Arbuckle wife and sonI visited at Mr Henry Stevens Sunday Quite a number of folks from here attended church at Prentls Sunday For Sale A new cottage on Smith street East Hartford addition Just erected with four rooms Cheap for cash or- on easy terms Apply to- BARNETT S SMITH fJuly 4tbf July 4th July 4th The annual reunion of exfederal soldiers consisting of the 11th 17th and 2Gth infantry and the 12 calvary VI11 be held at Cromwell Ky on Thursday July 4 1907 with the comrades of that vicinity All exsol diers whether Federal Confederate or SpanishAmericans and the together with their wives and the widows of soldiers will receive their dinner free of charge which will consist of the best the neighborhood affords C Come comrades and let us shake hands one more time before we answer the last roll call on earth J T RIXEO President of Association Program of Soldiers Reunion Crom wen Ky July 4th 1907 Assembly Call9 oclock a in SongMcKenney Chair Prayer by Com Truman Welcome Address Judge James of Morgantown Ky Response by Capt Howard Spanish American Wa- rResponseby Jasper Toms ExCon edeate- DINNER After dinner drill by Capt J M DeWeeses Company National Guards Assembly call at 1 p in Business meeting Music McKenney Choir Address to exConfcderutesE M Woodwnrd Address Col C 11 Barnett Closing xerclsesRev Frank Baker of Beaver DamZ R TAYLOR J W COLEMAN W A WALLACECommittee Lightning Strikes Equity Ware- houseJ I j Livermore Ky June 12 During a s avere electrical and rain storm this fternoon the new Equity warehouse t this place was struck by lightning dud damaged to the extent of several hundred dollars One side of the build lugwas torn to pieces and the entire building and contents would probably have been burned but for the heavy ruin that was falling The tobacco was not damaged taany considerable extent The loss on the folding 1s covered by insurance Strayed One dark red cow dehorned star ln forehead about five years old ajld r narkedsplit in right and under slop- einleft ear Liberal reward for any Information leading to her recovery yc vNICHOLAS 141 USSsfr ij TatylorMipeal KY r t d f YOUrf 1 Qi J U JUINKf O A 1 r f gm r4t a 0 SMALLHOUS- June 10Mlss Katie Hawkins re turned to her home at Hartford Sat urday after a two weeks visit to her aunts Mrs Zach Rled and Mrs Robert Hunter and other relatives here She was accompanied to her home by her cousin S E Hunter Mr and Mrs James Hallows have rented a cottage from Mrs Sallie Drake at Smallhous and moved to same recently Mrs Hallows Florida Is the guest of her sons Miller and James Hallows at Smallhous Miss Allie Allen Ccntertown Is the guest of her aunt Mrs Alvil Galloway Miss Ethel Hunter entertained Tues day evening and Mrs Ray Addingtor entertained Thursday evening in Honor of Misses Katie Hawkins and Del hie Taylor Hartford Miss Otlo Brown iudiauaand Prof M D MaddoxBeav er Dam Those present report a pleas ant time Prof 11 D Maddox who is at home on account of a dislocated arm Is getting along nicely Misses Ersa Addlnglon anti Ruth ulkerson are the guests of Miss Clara Robertson Hartford Ky Messrs Clinton Igleheart Bill Ad dington Murray Fulkerson and curry Brown wont to Hartford Tuesday L B Overhuls was the guest of his ousln Mrs James + Trtinnell Utica from Monday until Wednesday Miss Oma Maddox and brother M D Maddoxwere the guests of Mr and Mrs J C Hill Monday night and Tuesday Little Miss Marion Hill Is the guest- of her grand parents Mr and MrsM P MaddoxMr Ovcrhulls has a bran new buggy Success to the Republican and Us many readers Notice to Road Overseers The time limit fixed by me under direction of the Fiscal Court for ail PItInon July 6 Some overseers have putt their roads In fair condition but sonic verYIfnlentt am held responsible for the condiV lion of the roads I must insist that- every overseer who has not done sq proceed atonce Jtpj put their roads in pod condition Upon your failure tb 10 this 1 shall be compelled to report you to the County Attorney whoa duty It will1 be to prosecute you fail juch failure G A RALPH l3tia u Jtrfdge ComT Hnrir6Mii BIG BOND SALE Settled bids will be received from June 15th to July 1st 1907 on 71 100Dollar School Bonds Bearing interest at 6 per cent payable I SemiAnnually Have you u few hundred dollars that you want to Invest where it is absolutely safe getting your Interest every six months Then none the highest price you will pay for nONE HUNDRED DOLAR bond state how many you desire put your check In for 500 on each bond you desire which money will be applied on the payment if your bid Is accepted on the returned to you If your bid is rejected Court of Appeals hits passed upon I the legality of these bonds No Ques tion as to their safety Address all bids and letters of inquiry to k JOHN H BAINESI Committee i on Bonds Beaver Dam graded Common School SELECT June 12One of the heaviest rains that has fallen in this community fur yarsu fell Sunday The bottom ground has been overflowed and the farmers will have to give up most of their cropT C Hosey engineer on one of the Government boats at Woodbury was at home Sunday Rev Birch of Horse Brunch delivered an excellent lecture at the Oak Grove local union of the A S of lii SiUurday Some important business was attended to daughter1MlssLizzie Friday Miss Lprene Stewart is visiting in Hartford this week J S Arbuckle who is working at Central Qty wneathomeSilturday and Sunday WJ Mrs Alicd Arbuckle is on the sick list this week Mr Zibe Arbuckle of MemphlaTenn visited his father at this place last Wednesday night BERBER June lOrTq continual ralna arp making the fgrrieraayeryrngchttehind with theii workr + Mr Ambrosei Skinner died the third lnBV MTrrtSklttner was one of the 1estcltirens Intithis wommunity t j His funeral was feondtfctUat the Panther 4 t f ver ir J r J Jlft t ffI df Jtn tIig IV YtLIi who makes the clothes you Wea especially if the maker istviiliiYg to till you whathei rn tes them of anfrfcbw r f tS Thts one thing we like about Hart Schaffner Marx Clothes they are made ofI slSMljr allwool fabricsMnd waiitreverybody advertise the fact extensively its the most important tactaliout any clothes There are plenty of good looking dpthes for saleffillt are not all allwool the mak ers dont claim that they are they dont say much about it We like to sell clothes that our customers can be positive about goods that you dont have to take anybodys word I for clothes you know are good Its easy to sell such clothes a satisfaction to ev erybodyEi Beaver Dam Kentucky SSSS SSSS NOTICE NM V MM111AAAI ASSINEES SALE AT f Ceralvo Ky 1 Entire stock of Sam T Smith assigned to be so- ldBElwOW r COSTConsisting of a general stock of Merchandise j Boots Shoe Hats Caps I Dress Goods Notions Groceries Hardware Etc V Farming Implements Forcedsaleby order court L IF YOU WANT BARGAINSCOME Sale Begins Friday June 14 and Continues Daily Until Stock is Sold Y L MOSELEY Assinee Creek church the fourth by Rev R T Bruner After which the Masonic lodge took charge of the bodyIMiss Bujah May and Mr Forest Hawkins returned home from Bowling Green college saturday Mr Will Stewart Is no better IA Miller and daughters Misses andwifethe guests of far av Bartlett and wife WhlteSVJle Sunday r Mr Geo ltlilln wife and daughter have returned to n 0 They were accompanledJDy3lcaliMag Skinner who wlUrvisit TeteUvejj several weeks ft 4 Miss MyrtleBurdett huts th t mumps Mtes Ruth lLloy Mtnuville IB the guest of her BisterMrH Arthur Ford Car1 Floydrdud Son vl ttedrit ytliin Sunday t9t1Y erro 1 zst1 1 Mr WillfedCOJ1ejJIJ1ddfUJIY r 1 ll 1i r nt fi rrr I t I 1familyGrove Sunday Mr and Mrs Leonard Taylor visit ed friends near Owensboro Saturday and Sunday Miss Baxter Miller was the guest Sunday logrollingWednesday r lMrs Minor Haynes and son Ver JrtheStation nett last veekv 4 t rMrattdrsontahdMt t IIdayx Y VN I i t f n S d Y yl K R 1 t It 1I4 I P w 1ni 111 1 It t 1ft ft i BASEMENTI t4i P I 1 iiw n rJ AJftGQnoPiicar place to ibJjP1IJ 1tchen and tdtningroom outfit Complete MPf e is of China ware G aeM are Woodenware Ti fare Etc ak1 4rlces away below their valuesin of er wordiqf r said25c aluesfor 5c and 10c Ghme to Hea il r r t3j t Jffi1rtersfor these goods 64 + R f l4 CHINAWARE Meat Dishes Vegetable Dish es Soup Dishes Cups and Sau t cers Dessert Dishes PlatesSOup Plates China Pltcherg Salt and Pepper Shakes Toothpick Hold ers and many other useful ar tidies In Chinaware all for Cc 1and lOc none higher MISCELLANEOUS ti1 f IJat Racks Clothes Lines Dus ters Buggy Whips Letter Paper Soaps Spring Scales Clothes Pins Flower Pots Ice Hooks Ice Picks Match Safes Fry Pans Picture Frames Talcum Powder Blueing Gilt Paint Paint Brushes Etc JlL Vj- GLA BawlctCake Stands- Spoonf Tumblerti Onedddloip PansBread Pudding r WHY MORE Above when by our Basement can buy these many servicable a motto is Always Always Below Competition ATtCuu The Bargain Center =If Hartford Republican FRIDAY 14 illinois Central Table North Bound Konlh Bonnd No 182 due 407 a m No 121 duelt31 a m- No122dne1280p m No 101 dne 248 p 010 No 102 dne 248 pm No LSI dup 940 p m Ladies Tan Oxfords at Barnard COS Linen Terchon Lace 5c a yard at Barnard Cos Bring us your Hens Eggs and Wool CARSON CO C E Smith was in Owens legal business Tuesday R 4Keep the flies Get your Screens of Hartford Mill Co They make all sizestfIn need of dental work of any kind call on Dr Renfrow over Baughns store coassortment ofWe carry a Shirts and Dress Goods J JClothing CARSON CO seems to have come at and Barnard Co have goods to suit season Dr B F Tichenor and Mr Geo Wi Welsh Pleasant Ridge were pleas callers Monday Mr James T Sandefur left Tues day for to the sale of Smith assignment of The ladles smile and say Ohl how when they see Barnard Cos weight Dress Goods We wantyour Wool Will pay tl1hlghe t price either cash or at Carson Co If we we succeed We do our best to you- BARNARD CO Mr to see us while here Tuesday and gave The Republican a push nh hilt 4 iThe Iartford Mill Co wants to sell need to buildyou any material you p or your house Roofing very your laundrY at Cleve Ilers Work guaranteed Prompt Richmond Laun i dry4WWeareJuBtin Vof Jfc lot vbxfordB and Southern Ties kind Alt of thr Dew styles and toes at Co- P y I J r 1 o 1 AlEsti Sjds Pickle Dishes J1 Sugar XBtiwIte PreserveV l I Jlolderq Stands Cream I cherflass f Sherbet flips Ljemon Squeezereg Dessert Dishes Vases Salt Shakers Etc TINWARE l i I gallonUuck ets CupstevPpns Pans Baking Pans Muffin Pans Pans Pot Trips Funnels Dish Pins Coffeepots Tea Pots Tin Sifters Toasters Efe Call and see us PAY For the artacles coming direct to you and more articles at prices will astonish you Our the Best JUNE RailroadTtmc Editor out When Summer last the ant Ceralvo superintend the goods pretty summer market please you please Elijah Daniel Olaton called repair cheap Leave grocery receipt annlce tIM WL tymglas Carson Salad Glass Celery Lamps ialf CAke Bread that Mr R P Kirk Jiuford called to see as Monday Mr Joseph Thomassorii Heflin call ed to see us Tuesday Miss Willie May Saunders is visiting her grand parents lt yhlontown Ky Shingles and odd size Windows and Doors a specialty HARTFORD MILL CO Mr Sherman Park Clear Run call ed at our office while here Tues day Miss Katie Thomas returned Wednesday from a two weeks visit to rela tives In New York City Rev W G Stewart will preach the funeral of the late Samuel Wallace and wife at ML Pleasant church the fifth Sunday in June at 11 a m Why not bring your ChlckensEggs HamsFeathers and all kinds of good produceto Carson Co and get in re turn the very best of merchandise Mr John L Barnett of Foreman Ark formerly a citizen of Hartford is at the bedside of his wife who is very ill at the home of her mother The young people enjoyed a nice party at the home of Mr and Mrs R D Walker Tuesday night The boys were entertained by the girls Sklddoo Club Mr McDowell Fogle son of Judge J a Fogle who has been attending school at Georgetown Ky for the past several months returned home yesterday t The Ladles Social Club will give an entertainmnte this evening at the home of Mrs E B Pendleiqn on Union street to which the husbands and sweethearts will be invited a IIf you Want your house screened all over from cellar to garretor a house built outandout from a toy play house ton skyscraper at a reasonable rate call on W H Mauzy Hartford Ky ttg45t2Mr v JMatthews who has held a responsible position on the Ilhaca News iprlfy Jor several months has accepted a position with the oW- ensboro Van Increased salary Victorslfritenas here will be glad he la to be neaF holme r I f v v s v Mr and MVB J Wt Taylor returned from Unlontown Ind Wednesday where theV had tkontf Ha 1yeek before t0 conveY thremahl8Wfi lhefr Irifrint son Miles G raldiTaIOi They were accoinpanled ihonleK By tsMrai1 Tdylors Biter Miss Lotus A Miles wHo will lay thelrPhnlextende isltl a i Splendid 5c Lawnr atr JBaiiard j- sc t 1 t a you opm o to 3vlsit Bar 38a ti ruiw Co V Ir V M V Ialr whol has bif quite ill is able to out again Help a goodcause spending your cash wltfr ijarjon Co June 2122 Mtf Mr John H parries Cashier Beaver Dam Bank ti it d 16 seaus while In town Tuesday btrtaftlCLElelds Owensb- ornlnja guee1dot MFleds broth 1ds 7 c ilKth OwenBbqr Is vis ttjag his daUUhtew Mrs fijJPlrtle au Mrs Will New olt M i Sthe frV1 bIg bankrupt sated Jv on elgllitpage of Sake Cola re- trfp out of town buyers t R y- Arjou gQin to takt ddVgn at Q jrlnldj ii r fItihsW G aardwjck and ddughtjef Miss RiarleOweh8bcYowere ttiVguest of relatives In Hartford yeBtertlay v Now get yourself ready t6Iel the Sewing Circle by buying agoo bill on June 2122 from Carjiy i Co I k f 1 Dr and Mrs J T Miller enter ilnfel a number of friends Wednesday nl t In honor of their Bon Davidandbrfdr- who t are visiting them Born to the wife of Mr Newl Travis Washington heighborhoodlast Monday afternoon a fine boy Mob er and child doing well Messrs T E Butler Shreve and Virgil Renfrow Dundee attended the meeting of the Ohio Valley Millers Association at Owensboro Tuesday Little Samuel son of Mr and Mrs SA Anderson who was thought to have appendicitis afew days ago is improving and supposed to be out of danger We are going to give the Sewing Circle of the M E Church South 3 per cent on our absolute cash sales Friday And Saturday June 2122- CARSON CO Mr and Mrs Z Wayne Griffin arc the proud parents of a fine boy The young gent made his appearance Wednesday night and was christened ZI Wayne Griffin Jr Mr and Mrs E E Blrkhead enter rained a large number of their friends at their beautiful new home on Center street last Saturday night Elegant light refreshments were served Remember we have made a good mark down on all White Goods for June 2122 You will get a bargain in anything you might buy and at the same time help the Sewing Cir cleoCARSON CO Mr Elijah Williams of near Para dise was tried before Esq B S Cham berlaln Tuesday on a writ of lunacy and comml ted to the Asylum at Hop klnsville His troubles resulted from u severe attack of grippe The Hartford M E church South hits I ntrchased from Mr J W Ford the lot corner of Center and Liber y streets formerly known as the Moron residence property and will nex spring begin the erection of a handsome church on the site The purchase price was 2500 There is an ordinance of the city of Hartford providing that abutting property owners shall cut and remove all vegetation from the sidewalks It- t is enforcible why not have some cutting and removing done If it is not enforcible why not have some cutting and removing done at the expense of the town Many complaints are being made concerning the condition of Oakwood cemetery Recently when decoration services were held there it was im possible for ladies to go from one grave to another because of rank vegetation This should be remedied If there is not sufficient money to do it a subscription should be started Bible Sunday was observed last Sunday at the Baptist church The exercises were in the main by the children though the oldest persons pnstorsuperlntendent and others made short talks A nice collection was rais ed to go to a fund for the free difl rib uting of the bible among the needy RevGardner filled his regular appoint ment morning and evening Only a little cold In the head maybe the beginning of an obstinate case of Nasal Catarrh Drive out the Invader with Elys Cream Balm applied straight to the inflamed stuffed up passages Price 60c If you prefer to Use an atomizer ask for Liquid Cream Balm It has all the good qual ities of the remedy In solid form and will rid you of Catarrh or Hay Fever No cocaine to breed a dreadful habit No mercury to dry out the secretion Price 75c with spraying tube All druggists or mailed by Ely Bros 56 arrenStreet New1 rkII r ap a Tt f A Couple of serious errors crept in to ourcolualns lastweakihroolgh ov erBlghtJn the mechanical department A dead line waaVieftiiUwtlieK Peres j pluttons con erutnKthe kQthot the Itttle son of JohtiW Taylor and one in the account of a birthday dln Jir given tt3 Mr WiJtFwarttliiteli- nes Were marked butY by the proof repder but were l ftlnn d were not discovered until a Idrge part of pie Issue had gone through the press when the corrections were made We hire sorry for these errors but they 1i1J- 1sometimes occur in the best regulated- offices 4 motaMAGANtJune 12Rev Hartford filled ills regular appointment at Beech Valley and Ralphs Chappie Sunday James Coppage and Lon Ralph Tot Hart tGVI te In town yesterda- yDSfol d iMv Westerfield who has e t t fIle time Is thought to blfWni1 iMrr CJlburbean and family of Sun pal jere the guests of Mrs Deans t hriIE J W rWight Saturday and f apdIralite guests of Riinda Miller and faml ly Sunday J Mr and MrsiHi Morgan and baby Adafr of Aptna Were the guests of lira MofgariV parents Mr and Mrs SjmpeJdunnerv Monday night- Thar Ch rUe M1llerald family visit StCMr Burch FolJfIt was In town Mph Ywt A v Mrs SaiihronIc yGlements who has been vishijag her sister Mrs H C Wright for several weeks returned to her hortelh Owensboro yesterday Miss Lena Miller attended the Sun day school convention at Hartford Friday and Saturday Mr Will Taul went to Hartford Sat urday returning Sunday j Mr Ira Tanner and Mr Loyd of Deanfleld were the guests of Misses Eva and Janie Medculf Sunday Contract to Let The undersigned committee hereto fore appointed by the Ohio Fiscal Court will on Friday June the 14th at the court house door In Hartford Ky at 1 oclock p m receive bids for grading the levee north of Hart ford above high water mark This May 30th 1907W TAYLOR R HOl BROOK E M WOODWARD Committee There is a Big Difference Between a suit that Is too big and a roomy one A roomy suit fits the wearer with CHKC and comfort and re mains in press longer than a tightfitting ill proportioned gar ment to s a y nothing of the general satisfaction of such a Suit Perfection clothes are built on this order ale ways comfortable and plenty of give to the mate rial The seams are wll ami the finishedI I correct The model shown here tion Singlehreast1 breasted two buton suit Knickerbocker pants The coat has the very latest halfnioon pockets and cuff on sleeves It Is made in all fabrics Siz es C to 16 years price 400 F D BAUGHIS Hertford Kentucky j r I ALLI PRICES OF GOODS IN Ml LINE t Quality Equal given in Mail Catalogs or Newspaper Ads will be found equally as low and manytimes lower at rJ Be TAP4N1 OM Reliable Jeweler and Optician Jt i HARTt ODD KY I- ri i i r 4 i =ra l 1 l i The Weather ConditionA Has made us another west1ate This season hasnt beeullormtitaildlooks as if it never W tie We bought ant Ipatl1lg a heavy spring iness but under the coudilioh havent hadtthe0UldI mand that we anticfjjftted The result is must stand a loss FirstTo carry ourstock over another year means a loss Second To make a sacrafice now andsell at a bargain means a loss Between the two we prefer the latter We are going to create a demand for our marchandise by a reduction of prices ON JUNE 2122 tiJ I Weli are going tQ make a reduction of l0 per cent meansiBleeched ns Cottons Sheeting Laces Embroideries i Lace Curtains White Canvass Shows for lenJLadies and Children and lots of other things too numerous to mention This is a real mark down without a previous mark up In addition to the above mark down we are go ing to join the Sewing Circle of the M E Church Ifor the two days mentioned and will give to this iffwhymSewingceived Yours respectfully m lCarsm INCORPORATED mIH T Gentle June 4 prettS 4door 4 Cool Clothing These may be p had at BARNARD COS 4 and more too ttyou youngand we are going to encourage them E during this month So we will 3J- Tg make a present to every bride customer of ours who takes ad 4 5T A vantage of Gentle June Does this appeal to you If not 4if you will buy some of our newest Jjf and best Dress Goods Laces and 4e Hosiery you may change your mind You will be pleased at t least A pleased customer leads to more business Yours to Please t BARNARD CO iHartf r41115r1 +4 Ie I + tITtr rnr 7 c GROOM ME TINES r WEIGHT OF BRIDE Cupid Brings Down Georgia Giant a to Feet of Tiny Woman t r Atlanta Ga June 12Cupld hasl been hunting big game In GeorgiaI t jjand the tiny gods unerring shaft has transfixed the heart of the champion J mastodonlc Elk of the world W T Brinson who tips the scale at just Itlil0 pounds a little more than five i times the weight of his bride t iMr Brinson biggest of bride grooms is a wealthy turpentine dls tlller and his neighbors assert that he has the biggest heart in Georgian probably weighs more to begin with but in it is a corner for every body With young Mrs Brinson she is twentytwo and he is fortyfour occupying the star corner of them all As his financee lived at Sepertou u about 100 miles from his Wnycross home Mr nrlnson did his courting by mall There Is not a railway car that can accomodate a traveler with a girth of more than eight feet and- a knee measurement of two feet eight inches lIe tried It once but had to stand up in the baggage car till the 100 miles If ho could get into a car he would have to occupy four seats one pall facing the other as his shirt would project right over the seats in front of him When everything was ready for the wedding the brideelect traveled to meet her financee and was received it the station by Mr IJrinsnn beaming expansively seated In his big now buggy especially built for two This is a wonderful vehicle It can hold i t four ordinary people the wheels are extra strong It Is reinforced all over to make it safe fur this lirobdlgnaian I bridegroom When she went over her new home little Mrs Brinson who weighs only 105 pounds gasped with wonder at the furniture Mr Brlnsons room is fitted with extra large things all ro informed The chairs are double the size of ordinary ones The bed has springs which are knitted double and the slats are made of the heart of oak the strongest wood that can be hadAs a matter of fact nearly ever thing that Mr Brinson possesses must be made to order His suits take three times the quantity of cloth used for the ordinary man His knee is twice as much around us his wifes slim waist His collars are twenty two inches around nothing like that can be had ready made Life The poets exclamation 0 Life 1 feel thee bounding in my veins is a joyous one Persons that can rarely or never make it in honesty to them selves are among the most unfortun ate They do not live but exist for to live implies more than to be To live is to be well and strongto arise feeling equal to the ordinary duties of the day and to retire not overcome by them to feel life bounding In the veins A medicine that has made thousands of people men and womenwell and strong has accomplished a great work bestowing the richest blessings and that medicine is Hoods Sarsapar Jlla The weak rundown or debiliat cdfrom quay causeshould tool fall to take It It builds up UK whole sys tem changes existence into life and makes life more bounding We are glad to say these words in its favor to the readers of our columns The Famous Mr Harriman The Harriman letter controversy recalled the fact that I trade time ac quaintance of Mr Harriman during the closing days of Congress and 1 must confess that I was greatly im pressed atilt the strong personality of this small size titan who has proved such a gigantic power in time railroad world He entered the Marble Room with his son a bright lad of about fourteen a and the two were evidently enjoying t their talk together perfectly oblivious of all surroundings It is plain that t I he shuns society and loves best the as t sociations of his own hearthstone One cannot meet a man of such tremendous f fl ability with his young son by his side r i c j without realizing that after all the tireal man is expressed in his paternal affection 3 kt It does not acquire an acute obser d per to see that Mr Harriman is an aggressive and forceful personality When he grasps a mans hand and i looks him square in the eye the brown eyes behind the glasses indicate a keen mental vision There is a certain sternness when business matters arc mentioned which quickly passes away r as other subjects come up Mr Hari man gave ac ordial greeting to sev t WIll senators whom he met in the Marble Room and then the change of expression was at once apparent but there was an air of fearlessness 0and candor about him whether talk- Sag with senators or with the lad by sidetryAfter all is said and done there is 1 It Itt f s r+ Y T I tie something about this muchtalked of man that gives ODe the Impression that it may not have been pure selfishness and greed of money that impelled his great achievements In the rebrgnnlza Hon of the railroad system with which he has become prominent Joe Mitchell Chapple in Publishers Department in National Magazine for June A MILLIONAIREIS HAPPY A Million Dollars is Too Much Money for an Individual To Have The man who has a million dollars in his pocket and a philanthropic work on his hands soon finds that so far as his philanthropy is concerned he Is ono of the most lone some and helpless objects iii the worldThe world does not want his IIhl1 antrophy It wants his million dollars It does not even want to hear what he has to say about philanthro py It wants to hear how he got his million dollars If there is a particular set of poor people he is interested in the best way for him to raiso money for them would be to tell other people how to get rich If he were to open an office and give consultations heart toheart talks on how he supported himself he could support a dozen charities with his daily fees If there were any arrangement by which a millionaire could be told at sightif he wero compelled by Into wear a coat for instance with n dollar sign on it amount specified there is scarcely a city in the world where he would not be followed by crowds in the streets Even as it Is he Is often reminded that he is a sight in spite of himself Tho word passes around if he enters a restaurant and when he hides in his hotel people stand in line to see his name on time register The world envies him for one thing It never forgets Whichever way he turns In his attempt to carry out some larger design for the world he finds that his million dollars are in the way He cannot do the work nil alone and he cannot find the men to help him He spends nearly mill hs time in discovering that the men who appear to help him are helping them selves They are not the same men with him that they are with others They are parallzed by his money He cannot get at men somehow as they areHe finds himself defeated at ev cry point either by his own million cry point either by his own million dolars or by some one elses de sire for his million dollars The whole getting a living machine of modern life is across his path It is up to Mr Beckham It Is now up to Mr Beckhnm to set what he will do for Louisville Sometime ago he made what purported to be an effort to close the saloons of Louisville on Sundays but the effort was of short duration While he was a candidate before the Democratic primary for the nominatloi of United States Senator he then poses an ardent temperance man Now the people have an opportunity to see whether or nut he was sincere in his claims The Appellate Court has unseated all the officials of the city of Louisville and the Governor will have the power of appointing men to fill the vacancies until the November election In making these appoint ments he has an opportunity to so se lect his men that his temperance ideas can and will be carried out to the let tel and the saloons closed every Sun day Now the question is will he do it If he does then we will be forced to admit that he was acting in good faith at the time he was pretending to make an effort to close the saloons If he does not it will be conclusive evidence that he was only playing to the galleries and did not want to in terfere with the saloon business of Louisville But now he must show his hand He can not frame up any excuse that will pacify the people He has the opportunity to find out before he rank Is his appointments whether or not the parties he is about to name to the re emote offices will join in carrying out his ideas of Sunday closing and if they will not he need not appoint them but should appoint those whc will If he appoints a temperance ticket he will incur the displeasure of the saloon element throughout the State but if he falls to appoint n temperance ticket he will incur the displeasure of the temperance people throughout the State and they can justly accuse him of insincerely so now it is up to Mr Beckham to act and we will walt with patience and see what he will do In th matter Mountain Advo- cateCrtrTORtiBewttlM TteKMYooHmAhnnBeaibt lsastareId r x 1 JJiI 10 PROBE EVERY SUITF RQlOR E I Judge BIrkhead Instructs County Attorney ifo ActLaW Has Been Disregarded Hereafter a person obtaining di vorce in the Davless circultcourt will have to convince the court beyond the possibility of a doubt that there is just ground for n Judgment Judge Birkhead entered an order yesterday directing that a strict investigation of every divorce case be made by the county attorney as soon as possible after the filing of the petition and the fact reported to the court The language of the order is it Is ordered by the court that in each and every case for divorce brought in this court that immediately upon the per tition being filed the clerk of this court shall refer the same to the county attorney of Davless county who shall at once investigate and file his report in writing upon the merits thereof and for which service he shall receive as compensation a fee of not less than 5 to be taxed as costs The law upon which this order is based is section 2110 of the Kentucky statutes and Is No petition for di vorce shall be taken for confessed or be sustained by admission of the defendant alone but must be supported by other proof Two witnesses or one and strong corrobating circum stances shall be necessary to sustain the charge of adultery or lewdness The credibility or good character of such witnesses must be personally known to the judge or officer taking the deposition who shall so certify or it must be proven it shall be the duty of the attorney for the county to resist every application for divorce and if successful in defeating it he shall be allowed a feo not exceeding he may be compelled to pay by at tachment County Attorney Finn began the work of investigating and reporting divorce petitions yesterday Before judgment was entered in the Leib freid case the county attorney had sported that there were no grounds on which the petition could be suc cessfully resisted Owensboro Messenger SURE Disease of t aft 11 t Axle Creaie If a HeJjt tMe Wafon ip + l the Hi The load seem lighter Wagon and team wear longer You make more money and have more time to make money when wheels are greased wi- thIlIca Axle Grease The longest wearing and most satisfactory lubricant in the world STANDARD OIL C- Otrnte i who can find one atom of opium chloral morphine cocaine ether chloroform heroin alpha and beta eu caine cannabis indica or Chloral hydrate or any ofI their derivatives in any of Dr Miles Remedies This applies to goods in original packages unop ened and not tampered with Certain unscrupU- lous persons are making false statements about these remedies l have been troubled with a ter Able headache for the last ten years the doctors could do me no good I saw Dr Miles AntlPnln Pills adver tised In the Sunday magazine so I thought I would try a sample I did so and they helped me wonderfully- I hal headache so badly I could hard ly two to work so I sent to the drug store nnd got a box In a couple of hours I was all right It was the first medicine to do me good A A ILLIO Philadelphia Pa 6362 Tacoma Street Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first package will benefit If it falls he will return our money 25 doses 25 cents Never bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind j OHIO CO CO I 7Ireuozpore+ teet J bt- fi bt- fi Hartford Ky bt- fi 5 Hardware Machinery and all Kinds E- fi bt f4of Farming Implements fi 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KENTUCKY i1MoncyGet Our eF ++++ F41f11e1eFM4D iFHf11Fhf + + 1die THEKENTUOKY Light and Power Co i WILL WIRE YOUR PU8K RT COST ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD Z 1 BEi WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH t Mt HEAVRlN Maeaer i PH 11 t e I e j a V r i fa H t 1 L H eI DID A I UALEISWALLOW JONAH The Court Is Asked to Decide This Ever Recurring Question St Louis Mo June 12Rev Gusta vus A Hoffmann who is being sued by the Bible College of Missouri for 5000 for subscription to said school announces that he would take the dep osilions of J W McGarvty president of the Bible College of the Kentucky University at Lexington J W Lord editor of the Christian Standard of Cincinnati F W Crablett president of Bethany College West Virglnlaand D R Dungan president of the Bible College at Drake University Des Moines Iowa Many other noted Bible teachers will be called as witnesses by Hoff mann who will try to show that the Bible College of Missouri is in league with the University of Chicago which Hoffmann denominated as a hotbed of InfidelityAll these witnesses are said to have implicit faith in the story that the whale swallowed Jonah and it is expected that they will repudiate the Bible College of Missouri on account of its teachings Whether Josiah was swallowed by the whale and several other disputed points in the Bible may he legally de termined next September by Judge Mc llhiuney of the St Louis County Circuit Court when the suit is tried The questions may bo submitted to a jury of laymen to pass upon and settle for timeHoffmann gave his note for 5000 to help the Bible College thai had been established at Columbia Mo He was employed for a time as its finan cial secretary and helped raise money to endow the institution He was discharged after two years When the note fell due he refused to pay it because he alleged the college among ohter things was teaching that the story of Jonah being swallowed by the whale was a myth Hoffmann said that the professors of the school were also denying that Moses was the author of the Penta teuch and that the story of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden was a fairy taleAttorney John F Merryman who is representing Hoffmann admits that he will be somewhat at a disadvantage in proving that Jonah was actually swallowed by the sea monster as the eyewitnesses to the event have long since died and hearsay testimony Is hard to get in a legal record Badly Mixed Up Abraham Brown of Winterton N Y had a very remarkable experience he says Doctors got badly mixed up over me one said heart disease two called it kidney trouble the fourth blood poison and the fifth stomach and liver trouble but none of them helped me so my wife ad vised trying Electric Bitters which are restoring me to perfect health One bottle did me more good than all the five prescribed Guaranteed to cure blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney complaints by all druggists 50c m Sires and Sons President Roosevelt says he hasnt hdd a dream since he was a child Edward Arthur Robinson son of the late Peter Robinson the London dry goods man is twentyfour years old and bankrupt having managed to get rid of 2100000 since he became of age I John R Booth the leading lumber man in Canada is eighty years old and owns 4250 square miles of tim ber land His mills employ 1500 to 1600 men during the summer or saw Ing season- J P Morgan Is the only householder in New York below Central park who has fruit trees in his front yard At Madison avenue and Thirtynine street his lot has cherry and pear trees be sides magnolies John T Timmons a blind man of Cadiz 0 has achieved a reputation as- a naturalist which is not entirely local A close student of nature he Is able to distinguish through sound many things missed by those with sight Edward B Mooretho newly appoint ed Commissioner of Patents is a na tive of Michigan and ft slightly oer fifty years of age He entered the patent office as a clerk In 1883 and was made assistant commissioner of pat ents in 1899 Lord Aveburywho recently celebrat ed his seventythird birthday has a partiality for insects He once suc ceeded in training a wasp which he had caught In the Pyreneesas a house hold pet an experiment which is re ported to have been a great success Henry G Klttredge of Boston con sidered the dean of American textile editors has been Induced by the heiy owners of lCotl6n the leading technical magazine of the world to sever his associations at Boston and to take the managing editorship of Cotton in Atlanta Jesse Grant third son of the great general is a quiet unassertive man a f F = ot about medium height and rather Inclined to be stout Comfortably offhe Is engaged in the gentls art of making the time pass pleasantly Mr Grant lives in the Prince George hotel New York belongs to one or two clubs and says of himself I am a splendid loaf er With a good cigar I can stare at the wall contentedly for hours ExcursionRate to Louisville and Return Account Republican State Conven tion June 19 1907 Dates of sale June 18 19 1907 with limit good to leave Louisville returning not later than June 22 1907 Rate one fare plus 25 cents for round trip J E WILLIAMS Agent THE WONDERFUL SE CRET OF GOOD MANNERS Two Theories of the Acquire ment Unselfishness and Conventionality Most mothers hold consciously or unconsciously one of two theories about the acquirement of manners by their children One mother says Manners are only the outward sign of the inner na ture If my daughter has a kind heart and a well trained mind she will be have in a gentle charming fashion I will leach her compassion respect for age unselfish real for helping with the worlds work Her manners will take care cf thomselvesIAnother mother says My girls will never get on without convention al manners They shall be taught from babyhood to emulate the speech and bearing of ladles They shall be in structed in the proper behavior for ev ery occasion They shall walk and dance and write and speak with grace ful perfection Neither method says the Youths Companion produces altogether satisfactory results- Unselfishness is truly the foundation of good manners but not the super structure Many conventional restric tions have grown about social rela tions Some can be explained by the demand of kindness and some can not Could a child infer from his desire to help others that he should not eat with his knife Many offenses against good taste interfere in some way with the rights of others but many others notStill no set of rules to produce a polished lady will achieve a result fit for the strain of life The members of the French boarding school may adorn the ballroom but are too likely to fail at the breakfast table or In the crowded car The woman of perfect manners must reenforce her unselfish ness by social rules and convention ality must be vitalized by the warm desire of others pleasure The best of life never comes naturally whether In manners of moral The secret of charming manners Is the desire for them When the mother wishes them for her daughter as much as she wishes the other goods of the world her daughter will have them Heres Good Advice 0 S Woolever one of the best known merchants of Le Raysville N Y says If you are ever troubled with piles apply Bucklens Arnica Salve It cured me of them for good 20 years ago Cures every sore wound burn or abrasion 25c at all druggists m Study the Girls Mother When the girl grows up and young men begin to flock about her the moth er must bear In mind that they the men are easily Impressed by the girls people and surrounding- If the home is happy and peaceful the mother sweet and kindly a man naturally will say to himself I would like a home like this And he will think that if the daughter will make as good a wife and mother us her own mother has been she will be a pretty good sort of girl to marry But if the mother is frowzy and un tidy the home and family neglected the young man will look elsewhere for a helpmeetA is the very best thing in all this wide world She can be friend as well as mother to her young daughter if she goes the right way about it It is a splendid thing to gain a young girls confidence She cant go very far astray if slyj is in the habit of confiding in her mother All mothers lovfr tlielr daughtersbut all do not know best to work for the daughters happiness That the children suffer for the sins of the parents is undoubtedly trueand mothers should bear this in mind To lose the respect of her children must be the bitterest blow a woman can re ceive And pot to be able to regard her mother as thb best woman in the world must be the saddest grief a daughter can endure For scratches burnscuts insect bites and the many little hurts common to every family DeWitts Car bolized Witch Hazel Salve Is the best remedy It is soothing cooling clean and healing Be sure you get De Witts Sold by all druggists m t i ra ilittleattacks of Indigestion you have no doubt beatsheartburnIndigestion causes the stomach to thlheartfores with its action and in the course el time the heart becomes dise- aaedKodoi For Dyspepsia I digests what you eat takes the strain oft of the heart and contributes nourishment thlbodyI Stomach Inflammation of the mucous membranes lining tho Stomach and Diges live TractNervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach I I distressmebymaldnamy I ImmrldlateI had stomach trouble and was In a bad stats as I DyspepsiaCureD KAUBLB Nevada 0 Digests What You Eat Belinee iBdlgiitlon rnpuid at too Lab f7orBODWIIDII SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTSi umbeland TELEPHONEAND I Telegraph Co Incorporated Theres nothing the matter with my business I have the Cumberland Tele phone in my residence and place of business My business has increased and my wifes voice is never heard to grumble about the Telephone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition WeD JOHNSON Mgr Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Digests what you sate REAL ESTATEIf dwelling or any other Real Estate for sale list it with us We find buyers and make the sale All you have to do is to list with us Note These Bargains Ninety acres of land on Rough river near Clear Run J bottom land Good new four room house with large hall and veranda New barn and nice young orchard Two neverfailing wells One Farm four miles west from Hartford on the Hartford and Point Pleasant public road known as the Jared Tichenor or Oglesby farm con sisting of 93 acres good hill land good dwelling fine young orchard best of water good small barn a at a bargain 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 I recentIly HICneighborhood five miles east of I Hartford 200 acres of fine farming land at Dan Station on Owensboro branch I C R R 70 acres up land balance bottom some of It will make 70 to 80 bushels of corn per acre About 60 acres In timber Three dwelling houses Good well water and early or chard Terms onehalf cash balance I on easy payments List your property with us We will find a buyer- BARNKTT SMITH Republican Office Hartford Ky KILLTcoUCH jJ 1 wr J t oJ I AND CURE TNt sNeFOR CONSUMPTION BOctOO Prlci Free Trial Guaranteed for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK DEFEND Dndmodeldrawing oriihotoforeipert lIerd and free report Free adnce hoW to obtain pawnte trade 1Dfucopjrrtahto etc IN ALL COUNTRIES Dtulntst airrel with Washington sa ZitS time money and often the patent ExclusivelyWrltoDU math Btmt opp UjnUkdeuUi Patent Ofie WASHIUbnTO D C ROUGrl RIVER- TELEPHONE COMPANY INCOUPORATKD The Rongh River Telephone Co Is Independent owned andoperated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is being constantly ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15cts 45 miles 20 cts Vic- J W OBANNON Mgr- Hartford Ky hh LVSUJ uc it LJ k1TCJ Oho County JUdgeBenJailer Ed G Barrass Clerk Frank L Felix Master Commissioner L Mose ley Trustee Jury Fund R B Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputies S A Bratcher 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 County CourtW B Taylor Judge W S Tinsley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly CourtBegins on the third Monday In January April July and Oc toberCourt of claims Convenes first Monday In January Tuesday after second Monday In October Other Officers N Movley Surveyor Shreve S W Leach Assessor Rob RoyJames DeWeeseSchool Superintendent Hartford Jerome Allen Coroner Jingo JUSTICES COURTS- J H Williams Beaver Dam March 21 June 23 September 21 December 21 W P Miller Horse BranchMarch 23 June 23 September 23 December 26 W S Dean Dundee March 27 Juno 26 September 26 December 27 W R Edge FordsvllleMarch SSJuna 2 September 27 December S B S Chamberlain BedaMarch 29 June 23 September 23 December 13 Herbert Render Centertown March M Juno 29 September 29 December 30 John H Mlles RockportMurch 31 June 30 September 30 December 31 HARTFORD POLICE COURT- R It Wedding Judge J S GlennCltjr 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 ChurchServices held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Rev A B Gardner PastorC ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a m und 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Christian ChurchServices 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 673 F A Masons 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 Vick ers Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday night C M Barnett C C C M Crow K of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 1C O T M meets every Thursday night E B Pen dleton Commander D E Thomas Rec ord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third Friday afternoon of each month Mrs Z Wayne Griffin Lady Commander Miss Sue Yeiser Lady Record KeepertPreston 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 DsWItts ft= t SiltsFN MNteiw a Iir s- r J i Y t I wr c 0oo 1 tPS r M q r r X r f Y ti 1 J 9c It 1 fl PJ d I J I SAVs IaJSA C II C tJ WEDNESDAY JUNE 19at9 a mfand Furnishing Goods for men women and children of Jake Cohen who was com fThe entire Bankrupt stock of of high goes Court House Owensboro Ky has been bought by y polled to sell 209 West Main Street opposite tg fl The Chicago Salvage Company 5 1 GIVERlSiI3Er I AT TWENTY SEVEN CENTS ON TIlE DOLLAR building 209 West Main Street Opposite Court Houseretail in the largeAnd will be placed on sale and sold at IOwensboro Ky Beginning June 19th at 9 a mfor 10 Days Only that do not coVer the actual cost ofraw nJaterial IiAt rice Suits worth 15 at 695 Mens Suits worth 25 at 998 Mens Shoes worth 3 at 98c 10000MensJt Mens Suits worth 10 at 298 articles NOTICE25 we cannot Suit mention o Clothes here free at 27c to the on farmer the dollar bringing the largest load of women to our store Wednesday June 19th between the hours of 2 r Our 25 are selling for 9989 a m and 6 p m Ii r tLook for Big Black and White Sign Railroad Pare Paid to Out of Town 8uy rs2 I THE CHICAGO SALVAGE COMPANY I ssssaaaaaaa4aaaaa2t 6 BUFORD June LRes O M Shullz filled Ills r Umr appointment here Saturday and Sunday Mr VIade Riley and family of Max wellAiHUed Soth Riley and wife Sun i day I 3ir liuther King and family Clear Run attended church and Sunday Scluxfl here Sunday Dr Whittaker has bought Dr Cart JS jraactlce of Maxwell and will lake cbaise lu a few days Dr Carte i is 1AMonday Allra Rift Myrtle Rummage Ander flouvilla Ate Jurd Casebier wife and baby of HarSEojifl attended church here Sunday Air VRorth Wade and family return ed to their home at the Broadway aiinti Friday to resume work He will HlS9 work 1 or 2 days In the wek for life insurance company Mm Elizabeth Green in very sick with pneumonia fever now hops for her recovery F M Hoover mid L Men went to OwrarSboro Monday Mrs Ollie Taylor and little daughter aro having chills and malaria Mr Doss Morgan has moved hit mill to Mason llo near his home hf will thresh wheat as soon as harvest la war Linn Blair Is visiting hla brother W N Hlnlr near Goshen this week Mr Morton Hoi brook and family d YkiveviJl are visiting Mr Morton purcttmis here A srand surprise Juno 10 being till 50 birthday of J D Holbrook family rulaJves and friends mot with well mind baskets and several suiiublf l imsnts Those who attended were 1 Inunie Holbrook Mary NewtonMarj t Unit Sallle A Murry Seth Riley nnd family Sam Holbrooks and wife Crll A V Rowan and wifem and family W U51urray and family Theodore Al PndfauiibClarina RummageMyr m f tie Rummage Flold Krk R L Part nnd wife J D Hudson and fanrlyM b a7 J tyjlbrook and family Sallie Dales t ti Eichesou and family R R t r Cumlilf and wIfeS J Hussey and fam lUVW W Gabbert and family MacP nell Edna Bell Lottie Bell Adnk fled Kiln Bell Stella Dell Arthur uclL Mlio Bell Mrs L D Magan and fumfty Winfield and Marvin Wright I Laana Magan and family B F Grave andcatffe John Blair and wile Mary H Tlchenor and Pearl Tichenor anc ebaflron About 100 were present tc e7Yllie nice dinner which was spread 1 ft 1 o of a a 1I If Eitt 1Ji= Tv ti r In the grove In front of the house Af ter the dinner we had several songs with music rendered by Miss Myrtle Rummage of Andersonville then followed the Rowan Band which dispensed the sweetest of string music May we enjoy several more birthdays like this is the wish of time writer y Notice To Miners and Farmers We ask of you not to buy wagons or buggies from the HlckmanEbbert company o Owensboro Ky until they recognize the union and employ union men Done by order of the local JOHN WILSON Recording Secretary Echols local No 678 U M W of A ttI H EM Notes Misses Ella Bracken and Harriette Flener who visited their parents the past week reurnedt Monday Miss May E Rogers assistant returned from Beaver Dam Tuesday where she had been visiting her sister Mrs WI p Morrison Miss Viola Waddle leas been absent the past two weeks on tertaining visitors Miss Mary Belli Jones is absent this week Westqj Melancon Louisiana Trimble Pendle ton sued Henry Griffin Hartford en rolled in the Eighth grade work last week Miss Hettie Reynolds a forme student of the H B I now tin efficient stenographer for Jo C Mill er Calhoon Ky made us a pleasant I call a few days ago She reports her I work pleasant and is delighted w- attHair I A1 I Dressing Nearly every one likes a fine hair dressing Something to I make the hair more manage able to keep it from being too rough or from splitting at the ends Something too that will feed the hair at the same time a regular hairfood Wellfedhairwillbestrongarid will remain where it belongs on the head not on the combI The beat kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years XJMI bJJO yer Co u Xu Also m uufoturi f Ht L MstimuA ftu PECTORALI I JFt r i=2 ZF C 1 Y f f f It TBBrJU 401t 11 her position Mrs E P Stevens and son Clinton and daughter Urn Deaver Dam were welcome visitors last week While here Mr Stevens made arrangp ments to enter the first Monday In July Since our last notes two of our students have accepted position here Miss Florence Jones with the firm of Barns and Anderson and Mr Roy Heavrln In the office of M L Heavrln The fact that we have plac ed five stenographers right here In Hartford four of them since January Is excellent proof that Hartford is alive business town and a splendid cen ter for a business college Wants to Know Hartford Ky R F D No2 June 11 1907 Editor Hartford Republican We wonder why the editor of the Hartford Herald refused to publish the communication from Its Sulphur Sprin correspondent last week with referenct to the memorial services on Decoratloi day held at that place it being a jont meeting between the Hartford and Fordsvllle postand said communlca tionthe past omitted from publication contained the name and postoffice address of each old comrade present t t 4 I j Valuable Land to be Sold On Monday July 1st at 1 oclock p m I will sell my farm situated on the Hartford and heaver Dam Pike one mile from the court house at pub He auction The land will be divided Into lots containing from 2 to 50 acres This 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 be sold with 10 acres of ground on which are 2 good wells a cistern all necessary out buildings and orchard This will make an Ideal suburban home In easy reach of Hart ford College A 20 acre plot and 50 acre plot will make good small farms splendidly situated for truck garden Ing The land will be sold In lots as In dicated and as a whole with privilege to reject bids Terms 13 cash bal ance In one and two years with In terestSale I will be on premises I FRANK WESTERFIELD 4 Excursion Party IAn excursion party of young folks from Livermore visited Hartford Wed nesday They were traveling In the Launch Kallsta The party was made up of he following persons Misses Myrtle and Maggie Bonner Marie Foley LydIa Morton Morlnda Atherton Ella Atherton Bessie Mose ley Nola Newton Mabel Peters Mrs j T D RENFROW I DENTIST j All work In his line executed by theI most Improved methods Crown and bridge work a specialty All work I guaranteed Office up stairs next door to Woerners shoe store Hartford Ross Morton Mrs W G Newton and I Messrs Fred Morton Harl Newton John Aubr Drlskell Wal TICh1enolley To the Republicans of Ohio Mun lenbere and Butler Counties- At a meeting of the Seventh Sena I torial district held this day In pur suant to a call issued by DL S Ragland Chairman fo the Ohio county Execu tive Committee A majority of said committee being present personally or proxyAfter of meeting having been stated by Chairman it was ordered that a Delegate Convention composed of delegates from the three counties aforesaid be held in Beaver Dam on June 18th 1907 at 1 oclock p m for the purpose of nominating a can didate for Senator In the next Assembly from this the GeneraI atorial District to be voted November election 1907 It was ordered that County Delegate Conventions be held to select dele gates to the Senatorial Convention and that said County Delegate Conventions be held on Saturday June 15th 1907 at 2 p m In each of the countseat towns of the three counties composing this Senatorial district It was ordered that Precinct Mass Conventions be held to select delegate to the County Delegate Conventions l and that said Precinct Mass Conven tions be held on Saturday June 8th 1907 at 2 pstandard time In J each voting precinct of each of the three It countiesIn 11representation one delegate for each 100 or fraction over 1LIIt was ordered that the 8iS ot rep t IM f r1+ Viy 0 JJf P f a8 or r r 4z l 7 FREE TRIP TO THEJAMESTOWN 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 Similar to Our Mammoth Cave Trip Last Year Last year The Republican gave a very successful free trip to the Mam moth Cave for Ohio county school boy determining the favored open by a popularity contest We feel this year that the young ladles should have a chance So we havp determined to send free of any cost whatever the riverIany on age hence make no limit Any lady who may consider herself young enough to make the trip may enter the contest The contest will close Saturday August 31 at 5 oclock pm The trip will be made sometime in the month of Sep tember and the two successful ladles will be accompanied to Jamestownlr 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 In subscriptions to The Republican whether arrears or advance will entitle the person making such payment to 100 votes and they will be recdrded for any one of the candidates as directed Amounts of less than one dollar will be credited with a proportionate vqte Any one will be allowed to vote for a candidate residing In any part of Ohio county regardless of the voters residence A coupon will be printed In each Issue of The Republican and when ped and sent to our office will be counted OS five votes for the candidate whose name appears on the same A supply ohhlank ballots will be fur nished to any one on application The namw and standing of the va rious candidates will be printed in these columns from time to time Books will be opened ready for votes next Monday morning March 18 Select your candidate and arrange to aid her In every possible way h I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I NOT GOOD AFTER JUNE 17 FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION THis Ballot Will Count 5 Votes for Miss officebyI II I S I I I I I 1 resentatlon in the Coujatx Delegate Convention be fixed at one delegate for each twenty v 25j or fraction rthQRepublicantlal election of 1904 M S RAGLAtfl Chnm jProxy4VIti 1 i J J t Vy V w i iJ f 1 T JAMES C BENNETT PODox 125 Hnrtford K- yLICENSED AUCTIONEER l propertTinble Your patronage solicited 1 J t j r J 1 I tiM oX 1 i