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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j I J t f J A t 0 a c r 1c t itnrtferb I tlqublicau Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year I VOL XIX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 21 1907 No 49 IEPUBIICANFOR At BARNETT ANDDUFF Hold Two Conventions Which c idare Veritable Love Feasts Hon C M Barnett Unanimously itIndorsed for Auditor Dr J A Duff Nominated for Rep The Republicans of Oho county met in mass convention at the courthouse in Hartford last Saturday for the purpose I r of selecting delegates to the State Convention at Louisville which met Wednesday The convention i was organized after the reading of the call by Secretary J M DeWeese by the election of M S Ragland Chairman and C E Smith Secretary each of whom was chosen by a unanimous vote On assuming the chair manship Mr Ragland made a telling address brief through full of wisdom and meaning The chairman was di rected by Vote of the convention to appoint a committee on resolutions Vhereupon W S Dean B S Cham berlain W S Tiusley J M DeWeese 1nnd C C Beard were appointed who retired to draught resolutions expressive of the will of the convention During their absence Senator Alyls Bennett was called for and made a rousing speech in the course of his address he said that Kentucky has the worst Legislative Senatorial Con gressional and Judicial gerrymander of A yi any State In the union He said that the Democratic candidates for State office are becoming very nervous and had already set about to raise a tremendour corruption fund for use this tall The committee on resolutions filed r into the Hall with the following re port indorsing the administration off a President Roosevelt and instructing the delegates named to cthie vote p of Ohio county at the State Cbnvon t ilori fur the Hon Q M Barnett for State Auditor The report was unanir State Auditor The report was unan imously and enthuslastlcly adopted H The resolutions are as follows t We the committee on resolutions jjt submit the following Resolved B 1 That we approve the call of this- t convention 1 2 That we condemn in its entlre jji ty the reckless extravagant and self ish state administration whereby trib ute hits been laid on every industry If in the Commonwealth business in jured and enterprise dwarfed extravagant taxs collected and distributed to the faithful who served the present state machine 3 Tha we indorse the wise and Beneficent administration of Theodore Roosevelt believing that the many re forms brought about under his admin instration have marked a magnificent epoch in the history of the Republic Wcf felicitate with the American peo f pte in the industrial and commercial j prosperity which Republican rule bait brought to them and we welcome wit profound gratification the splendid place that the nation has assumed as a world power under the guiding hand of the greatest living statesman 4 Believing in the ability and fit ness of our fellow citizen Col C M Barnett for any position within the gift of the people and desiring to rec ognize his long and falfjiful party ser- vicei we direct that the delegates here inafter named be instructed to vote for him for the nomination for State Auditor and to use all honorable J means to secure his nomination C That tire following Republican ybo appointed delegates and alternate b delegates to the State Convention toe held in the city of Louisville tune 10 vTl and that they shall vote as a unit upon all questions J M DeWeese f S Tinsley B S ChamberNn C cTifeeard W S Dean I DELEGATES U G Ragland C M Barnett Sam f Taylor R B Martin W S Gains W S Tinsley Dr A D Park E Gy Barrass E P Taylor James M De Weese San Burgess Dr Clarence De P Keown J M Bishop I WlseCal L R StO Keown C E Sm- ithrWedding E L Dupuy M S Ragland RhoadesC C Baird a + ferry y Tilford Dr J A Duff John nenry Thomas Dr A F Stanley So 2i AXnderoon Marvin Black J N jt le Andrew Henderson H C Tru 7 JahjM L = Heavririi r1 ALTERNATE DELEGATES Wlnsori Smith John F Allen W i Miller ElagerHeaden Joe H Rob- si Lqn Ralph Ben S Chamberlin t i D Bartlett 8 T Drown WPt- Y tf Miller Gajrton Taylor J H Williams M L Porter W II Edge Hallie Brown W S Dean T D Owes S H Render Sherman Park James W Margin C C Dennis J M Shultz W C Ashley John Blair J B Dennis Mack Cook Simon Jones Jits P Thomas 0 W Edge Ury Burch Dr J S May The convontioA then adjourned REPRESENTATIVE CONVENTION The delegated convention was im mediately called to order and organ ized by the election of Andrew Hen derson chairman and C E Smith sec retary The convention was favored with an excellent address from Mr Henderson when assuming chairman ship The following committees were recommended and elected by the convention On Rules C M Barnett Grant Pollard Sam Leach James Car ter and D B Bartlett On Creden tials Dr A D Park Cal P Keown M S Ragland M L Heavrin and Sam Gains The committee on Rules unanimously adopted We your committee on Rules and order of business recommend the fol lowing 1 This convention shall be gov erned by the parliamentary rules of the National House of Representa tives e 2 The order of business shall be 1 Report of Committee on Rules and Order of Business 2 Report of Credentials Committee 3 Nomina tions of candidates for Representative all nominating speeches to be limit ed to C minutes 3 The person receiving a majori ty of all the votes as represented on the floor of this convention shall be declared the nominee for Representa tive Grant Pollard S W Leach D B Bartlett Committee The committee on Credentials re ported that Cool Springs McHenry Smallhous Buford Hefliri and Ralph held no conventions and were not en titled to representation They further reported that Magan Aetnavillo ants Herbert held conventions but had no delegates present All other precincts were t Jr aerated by duly elected delegaters4eport was unanimously adopted Dr J A Duff Messrs D Baker Rhoades and W W Park and Hon C C Beard were placed before the convention to be voted for as the nominee Before a vote was called for Mr Beard in a well made speech withdrew leaving only three candi dates While the secretary was call ing the precincts for the purpose of recordng the vote for the various can didates Mr Park in a few well chosen words thanked the Republicans for the splendid vote given him and with drew and moved that Mr Duffs nomination be made unanimous Mr Rhoades In a well worded speech withdrew and seconded the motion that Mr Duffs nomination be made unani mous The vote being taken resulted In the unanimous choice of Dr Duff as the nominee Jor representative He responded in a happy way to culls from the convention and expressed hearty thanks for the nomination just re ceived A motion was then made and unan imously adopted that the delegates and alternates elected in the mass con vention be elected delegates and alter- nllesto attend the Senatorial District Convention at Beaver Dam June IS and were instructed to cast Ohio coun tys vote for Muhlenburg countys choicetOn the whole these were tho most harmonious conventions ever held in Ohio county Not the slightest embitterment was engendered by the result and each was a veritable love feast Peace and harmony was indeed the order of the dny How the Contest Stands NORTH SIDE Miss Mertie Williford Nocreek 3365 Miss Cora Thomasson Heflln351p SOUTH SIDE Miss Bertha pirtle Hartford9210 Miss Ethylln Jones Hartford R F D No 112125Mi-ss Nettie Rowe Cenlertown 1885 Miss Harlett Flener Cromwell 100 Miss Ethel ThorpTWillianis Mines 470 Miss Stella Daniel Olaton1720- Miss Mary B WilliamsRob Roy2COO Were the Whole Show Estill Springs Ky woman I who by chanceJune200neI bride caused a of the work of the Kentucky Press as sociation Tuesday afternoon and not a thing was done until after she had passed through tho ordeal of running the gauntlet as It was in actual fact The bride accompanied by her hus hand Prank M Hulcheubn of the Henderson Gleaner staff reached the ho iat3 oclock I f HOME RULE TO BE THE SLOGAN Of Tobacco Growers of Green River district Home Warehouse Home Finance and Manufactory District Declines Harmony Home Rule Home Warehouse Home Finance And then a Home Manufactory to work and place the tobacco on the market ready for the retail trade That was the unanimous verdict of the tobacco growers of the Green River distrcit meeting held at the city hall on Saturday- If thero was anyone present who un derstood the home warehouse proposition and opposed it he did not let his voice be heard in the protest and every speaker taking the floor in ad vocacy of the home warehouse was cheered to the echo The meeting was called to Order by J D Jeffries who stated that it was a mass meeting of the tobacco growers of the five counties composing the Green River district of the A S- It EGeorge M Taylor was elected chair man and Bailey Jewell secretary of the meeting A committee to con sider the warehouse proposition and submit plans for the organization of same was oppolnted A communication from the Dark To bacco Growers Protective association and a proposition from the Step vrng District association asking that the Green River growers affiliate with them was read and a committee was appointed to take up the question and report The chair then appointed a committee on resolutions While the committees vere considering the propositions before them the convention was given to speechmak ing and It soon dawned Aipon the minds of their auditors that husky farmers heretofore thought to be only hewers of wood and drawers of wa ter could also deliver an oration and that his business sagacity equaled that of some of the manipulators of the great tobacco warehouse on the coun tryThe speakers did not mince words but plainly indicated by their talks that the executive committee which has been in full and complete control of the affairs of the growers of the Green River district are but automatons in the hands of the Louisville Warehouse company and hints of un fair dealing were strongly made The committee appointed to draft plans for the organization of the home warehouse reported as follows We your committee beg leave to submit the following report Believing that the tobacco growers of the Green River district can secure real independence through their own warehouse and realizing that the in terests of all can best be protected by a district warehouse company which shall have charge of all the to bacco and prorata all sales and in view of the fact that the Davtoss county Warehouse company has brill iantly solved the problem of home finance and home storage we would recommend First That the county Equity Ware house company reincorporate under the name of the Green River Warehouse company as a district warehouse company on the plan so ably and clearly presented by Mr Henry Ber rySecond That the number of direc tors be increased to thirteen Third That any person who pools tobacco with the said company be al lowed to become a stockholder Fourth That the directors of the warehouse make arrangements where by they can accept a given number of pounds of trash tobacco as a payment for one share of stock Fifth That n committee from the other counties of the district be ap pointed to act with the present board of directors of the Davless County Equity Warehouse company in carrying out these recommendations Sixth That in case any of the other counties of the district wish to have a warehouse of their ownbut are not I prepared to enter immediately into the district warehouse that the committee and the board of directors shall be empowered to make arrangements with such counties as to suit their condi lions SignedGeorge W Welsh chair man G W Nation T C Field Ben S r Huebijer J R Trummell G W Riney H H Hayden J B Bland The chairman of the meeting then explained that the warehouse company wooll accept 115 pounds of No 2 trash tobacco as payment of n 85 share in the Hrehouse that the certificates would be nonassessable and the hold ers ot tile stock only allowed one vote no matter how many shares of stock he held placlrife the smallest shareholder on an equal with the largest Subscriptions for stock were then called for and a most liberal response was made The committee appointed to consider the offer of affiliation from other as sociations reported that for the present they would recommend that the association attach itself to no other organization The report was adopt edTOvensboro Messenger EntertainsTheSkiddoo club at Beans skating rink Wednesday night Skating was the feature of the evening Those present were Misses Alma RileyAn ua Eliza Keown Ruth Riley Lorena Sullenger Alice Keown Lorena Saunders Sara Keown Mary Marks Nellie Saunders Tiny Yelser Bern Bean AI- sle Baughn Nora Wedding Flora Taylor Fern Curtis Bessie Collins and Messrs Byron Foster Sydney Williams Ruynier Tinsley Douglas Felix IJarrold Holbrook Frank Fore man Albert Baughn McHenry Hol brook Martin Thomas Roy Heavrin Conner Ford Arthur Petty Lewis Riley Key Foster and Oswell Hocker EVERYBODY HAPPY AT ESTILL SPRINGS Editors Have Fine Time at An nual Meeting at the His toric Mountain Resort Estill Springs Ky June 1SKen iuckyi JUora are hero in full force am appear to be having the time of their lives The attendance is the largest the association has had in years One of the features of the trip was the stop in Versailles where the editors were entertained by the Versailles Commercial Club The members of the association were given a warns welcome by President A A Bowman of the club and Harry Seniors of Ellzabethtown made short response lheifreshments also were served At the Springs the editors got down to business soon after their arrival and Clarence Wood of Richmond intro duced Hugh Rlddells who gave the editors a hearty greeting President D B Wallace reviewed the work of the year but before Tim Needham could read a poem which ho had pre pared the messcall was sounded All of the editors expressed themseh as delighted with the arrangements made for their pleasure and a big re ception last night was followed by a ball In which everybody old and young took part Dropped Dead in Kitchen- At Narrows on last Saturday Mr D C Davidson found the body of his wife on the kitchen floor of their home It was about 6 oclock in the morning She was suffering from measles and It is supposed that she had a stroke of heart weakness She was fortytwo years and eleven months old A husband and seven children survive her Her mother three sis tern and four brothers and many friends and relatives also mourn her loss She was a faithful number of the Christian church She will be greatly missed by nil who know her Thq remains were Interred in the fam ily burying ground at 3 p m Sun day I a Bar Men With but one Child Charlotte Tenn June 17De cause he had only one child an hull ana man named John Namm who moved here recently from Mount Ver non was ostracized by residents of Charlotte who pointed him out as a I horrible example of race suicide Things were made so unpleasant for I Nabb that he and his wife and child left town after a stay here of three weeks going to Milan Tenn Every family in this county has at least six children in It Sixteen boys and two girls call J N Parrotte papa Alexander Cunningham has twelve childrenand Pitts Powersac cording to the last local thirteen S 1sushUSI 41 rti r i FROM SANDY TO MISSISSIPPI Is the State Represented on the Republican Ticket Best Citizens and Lifelong Repub I licans Compose the rRoster One of the most striking features of the Republican convention held at Louisville Wednesday was the admirable harmony which seemed to have sat urated every corner of the big hall Men and measures were merged into one great whole all directed toward the sole purpose of putting a solid front toward the enemy in the coming cam paign Another very remarkable and admirable feature was the nomination of candidates representing every sec tion of the State from the Big Sandy to the Mississippi from the North to the South the State is fully represent edThe report of the Resolutions Com mittee having gone through thw con vention on the ballbearings of har mony the next order of business was the calling of the districts for the purpose of naming candidates or Governor ExGov W O Bradley arose and amid a storm of plaudits launched into the eloquent speech that was to put the name of Augustus E Wilson officially before the convention as its standardbearer in the coming cam paign The speech was broken by fre quent volleys of enthusiasm The climax followed speedily In a splendid eulogy Gov Bradley led up to the naming of the man upon whom Republican hoper are set Like the sounding of a battle cry the antici pated name rang outAugustus E Wilson It was the signal for an other reverberating tumult- A motion that Wilsons nomination be made unanimous was carried by such a demonstration vocal and physical as has perhaps never been given In approval of any man named for of fice In Kentucky For fully five min utes great billows of vociferating ap plause rose and fell sweeping over the audience in overwhelming volume On the appointment of the commit tee to notify Mr Wilson of his nomi nation bedlam broke loose in the con vention for many imiuites In vain did Gov Bradley pound for order Willson Willson Wlllson The cries trout thousands of throats were deafening Persons standing close together could not hear each other speak As quiet was gradually restored the excitement was succeed ed by an eager expectancy that follow ed the movements of the committee as far as they could be seen As they were seen returning a climax of enthusiasm became a veritable cyclone burst of cheers as Mr Willson mounted to the stageand was Intro duced by Gov Bradley as The Next Governor of Kentucky Only complete belief in the man and his courage and principles could have actuated a Ithrong to rise as with one accord ass Mr N illson stopped to the front of the stage His strong dignified face was never happier in expres sion than as he stood thus facing his friends and admirers Mr Willson said No man can face a sacred duty like this with any feeling but that of serious responsibility Here is a great people as warm hearted as independ ent as courageous as splendid a peo ple as there Is on the face of the earth and this people has hud its public af fairs come into a condition that discourages the people and hurts the glo rious name of our great State and wo have come together to begin here to night the work which shall make a change In Kentucky and shall once more put Kentucky at the very head Mr Wilson closed his splendid ad dress with a glowing tribute to Ken tucky manhood The rest of the ticket was soon nominated and is made up of the very best men Hon C M Barnett of Ohio i county received the second highest vote in the race for Auditor although he was not an aspirant for the place The ticket is as follows For GovernorAugustus E Willson LouisvilleFor GovernorW H Cox MaysvilleFor GeneralJas Breath itt Hopkinsyille For AuditorFrank P James Har- rodsburgFor TreasurerCap EdFar 0- t a ley Paducah For Secretary of StateDrs Ben L Bruner Muufordsville For Superintendent of Public Instruc tionJ G Crabbe Ashland For Clerk of Court of Appeals Napier Adams Somerset a Among The Lodges Hartford Tent No 99 Knights of the Maccabees held a very Interesting meeting last Thursday night There was one initiation and a great deal of interest e Sunshine Hive No 42 Ladies of the Maccabees heldn business meeting last Friday afternoon This is a splendid hive and although the warm weather has caused a slight decreaso in attendance there is still great interest manifested The Red Men had a special meeting Tuesday night In Dr Pendletons office and important business was trans acted Mr R L Tweddell was elect ed Captain of the degree team and he will commence at once drilling his team Ohio Tribe promises to be a large tribe as was shown Tuesday night Seven applications were re ceived for membership and many more palefaces are coming The costumes consisting of eighteen suits have come and are very beautiful being made of the best material possible The next meeting will be held Wednesday night when there will be work In the Chiefs degree CHARGED WITH oB- STRUGTINfi RIVER Probably First Arrest in The State Under Recent Act of Congress Perhaps the first arrest made in the State under the act of Congress at the 1899 session fixing a penalty for the obstruction of a navigable stream was that of J C Williams a railway construction contractor and was made Saturday at Hartford by Deputy United States Marshal J W Amen Williams is a contractor on the new railroad building near Hartford and his crew of hands while blasting rock along the banks of Rough river allowed rock and other debris to fall into the river and made navigation in the stream which is a small one a difficulty Williams was notified by government officials to not obstruct the river but did not treat the mat ter seriously Saturday Marshal Ament learned that the blasting was still being done and arrested Wil liams and carried him before United States Commissioner Rice at Leitch field who held Williams to the Fed oral grand jury under a 200 bond which he gave Owensboro Messen I ger Its a Womans Own Fault Not her misfortune if she continues to tinier in silence with anyof the alL ments peculiar to women when Je LESPERANCEPromptly womanly ills to hood and Change of Life no matter of bow longStanding ReX31 is a eneral tonic for strengthening and correcting all disorders of the uterus and pelvic organs It re moves the nervous hysterical symp begtnningotiWhen taken during pregnancy women to undergo labor naturally without unnecessary pain and exhaustion- It is vegetable in composition contains no trace of auy drug or dangerous chemical nor any other loge dient to induce a drug habit Full treatment for 100 James It Williams TheyStore riwr ACTION f llLiBE TAKEN jawntenfcerr County ASof E TSoIwrestteate Scraping cfl Plant Beds HTfceceouuty union dont propose to bear the blame of depredations made 9r11 farmers tobacco beds IS there is any person dispOsed to Etasne the Miihlenberg county union tfoe the mischief that has been going ooe here they certainly will give over 1that idea when they read the follow line resolution which that body met jandjaassedon May 29- JIESOLUTION To the officers and members of tube Sluhlenbers county union of the A A of 02 greeting Wo your com unlttee on resolutions for this special uaestinff offer the followingI Whereas There have been depre idaiions made upon the tobaco beds of several tobacco growers in our county a number of whom do not be Hong to our orgalnzatlon as well as sconce nvho are members and whereas we Juiow such is not the case and would be far from submitting to a trUle iforiEuch juactlce First ibecause it would be out of Iharmony with civilization Christian rty rud the common law of our land and Secon1UBecause it would disturb the ibuslneaafenture of our organization Therefore UJG ItiResolved that we the officers and members df the Miihlenberg county union in behalf of the organization in tOO counts denounce in unquali liofl terms such unlawful conduct let at 1e1 rash person in the order ot 01 lobaco grower out of it or one w oihasno concern either way or a hiruliug of some tobacco trust com ntany or whomsoever be it resolved that rave iurge the civil officers of the count tobe on the alert to bring the jgulltr party or parties us the case way be to justice that these things imay notibe repeated Resolved that we appeal to every dndividual member of the American Society of Equity everywhere to use ibis Influence to discourage any illegal or rash act whatsoever or speak any mncomely word to any person but ilusiste upon an unvarnished syste matic course in buisness such as the world vwlll admire and learn to love ifor nHJrsuch a process we can hope ito pass to our posterity such a state of affaire as they can enjoy and with Ipridellodk back upon the intelligence fanU rarentdl care of their ancestors We Juirlhir recommend a special in vitation to farmers throughout the county to come into our organization land coqnerate with us in procuring a just TOward for our labors For we rest assured that the greater the aimmnit df a product consigned to the tKodl the easier will it be for our rnianogers ao procure therefor areIunHiieratlve uirice for us Central llIQpubUcU1 tSUUeooffOliio City of Toledo Iliuccs County ss Enuik J Cheney makes oath that the Is senior jpartner in the firm of F J JCuengy a Co doing business inI tlhe City Of Toledo County and State I aforesaid url that said firm will pay the sun idf One Hundred Dollars for Lauh and every case of Catarrh that cannot bu Cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure Frank J Cheney Sworn to before me and subscribed In my ijreHcnce this 6th day of De ceroberA Ei ISSO A W Gleason iealJ Notary PuhllcIHulls Catarrh Cure is Uornalljvand acts directly on the blood nuid mucous surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free I poJ Cheney Co Toledo 0 I constlIItJilHon I Wii it S he Demanded Flip irreeThoiiph Society was holdI thug its weekly meeting and Sister Jlnntashi Sharjie was on ihe platform ilnil was the tojilc of discussion rand ho wens being drawn over the owls u he was never drawn before for Sister Sharpe wits tearing man ilnto threads Her dissertation had ihuld the undivided attention of her rfellovTmembers of the society Flush td tJy this she was moved to end her speech In these pregruut wordsITlic man 1 marry must be brave has brave as the lion of the forest lio must he bold and courageous The man II marry must have the love unalcing ability of a true Romeo He xnustripe all this and more before I could wercOIJS1mt to become his wife7 All of this was said as Sis or Sharpe Stood firm and erect upon the plat tforjrj with her right hand high in the air As she finished she smiled sweetly and awnitcd to see the effect 2her words had upon hr audfeuco Brother Boniface was the first to arise and 43KJ tfdDowing questlunIaister your words have been its Acuoa to with rapt attention Sis tcr Sharpe bowed graciouslyItbuf I jIif l J IrW1lf j 1ktr d e rri c IJY i tfy trj I may I ask In all serlousnessand will you answer In as many words What can such a man as you wouldacept expect In return for all you demand ofhimSilence fell upon the assemblage Sister Anatasla Sharpe stood confounded and perplexed The passing moments all the more intensified the silence which was only broken by a sonorous voice that came from some where in the distant dark background and which said itA Lemon Tie meeting was quickly broken up without ceremony Sister Sharpo was taken away In a hack While the male members hastily made their way to the side exit to drink of the cUp that cheerstA Dangerous Deadlock That sometimes terminates fatallyis funcIKings New Life Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed absolutely satisfactory in every case or money back at all druggists drug stroe 25c ml PLAYS WITH ELE KILLEDIi Circus Animal Teased by Crowd During Parade Seized Child and Kills Him Buffalo N Y June 20Goaded to fury by the torments o a dozen small boys who had followed her for several blocks of the parade and pelted her with small missiles Ruth a feature of Cole Bros circus and said to be the largest living elephant shot her trunk into a densely packed crowd of spectators at Lafayette square on Main street When she withdrew it the body of twelveyearold Rocco La quino dangled in the air With a trumpet of range the beast lifted the boy above her head and brought him down with a terific force on the pavement Then she released her hold of her victim and left him pros trate His skull had been fractured by the impact Lily an elephant following vicious Ruth struck the body with her foot and knoked it several teet toward the curb line- Laquino died in the ambulance on the way to the hospital and the body was taken to the morgue where 2000 frantic men and women passed the slab all fearful that it was their son theIIto the morgue and at the first sight of the boys face she fell fainting by his side R S Dunlop trainer of the ele phants who was riding at the left tide of Ruth was arrested the police holding that he should have taken a position between the elephant and the crowd A few hours later Dunlop was released on the advice of Dis trict Attorney Abbott Cole Bros announced to night Ruth who is seventy years old and valued at 7000 will be put to death with chloroformThe owners were not de termined whether they would attend to the execution or whether they would hand her over to the humane society for killing A decision will be reached before the circus train Is loaded at 3 oclock tomorrow morn ing The management ofthe show declares that todiys was he only vicious act of the elephant during the seventeen years she has been with the circus DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trouble Makes Yon Miserable Almost everybodywho reads the newspapers Is sure to know of the wonderful cures ode DrIIt KllmerSwamyRootr t remedyIt cal triumph of the nlne I n teenth century dis ll ofIbylinent kidney and blad der specialist and is wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back kidney bladder uric acid troubles and Brights Disease which Is the worst corm of kidney trouble Dr Kllmer3 SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble It will be found just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways in hospital work in private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement hu- been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried It may have a ample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and send your address to Dr KllmerCoBing hamton N Y The II regular fifty cent and Home of hJDp1tooC druggistsDontthe name SwampRoot Dr Kilmera BinghamtonN 1toj 4HI n 11O1f Jtl l oM tIVEN A JOLT ONIIUkEYMOUNCaused of Pair to Ride Long Distance Without Hubby One of the funniest things I have seen in all the time Ive been on the road was the separation of a newly married couple by the breaking of a train on the way down to St Louis awhile ago said a Chicago traveling manWo were going down on the Alton road and shortly before we got to Springfield the inferior half of the newly wedded pair strolled into the smoker Flopping himself into a seat across the aisle from me he commenc ed to praise the Innumerable yirtues of his wifeShe is the finest little woman in the worldthe cleverestthe handsom est the best dressed and so on And then he had to tell what they were going to do when they got to St Louis He became so excited during the nut ration of his story that he talked considerably louder than was neessar and every one in the car knew all about the woman back in the parlor car He never heard the brakeman announce that the trait was to be broke at Springfield and proceed to St Louis in two sections No one had the heart to tell him And the little woman back in the train thought all was wellShortly after we left Springfield Mr Benedict ambled back toward the rear of the train in a leisurely man ner but when he discovered that the last half of the train was some miles behind there was something doing He was thoroughly angry and stormed around doing all sorts of unnecessary talking He threatened to bring a damage suit against the railroad company or to beat the head off the con ductor and all the road officials No one could pacify him When we stopped at the next station the conductor wired the bride on the following train that her hubby would wait for her at Alton How she stood the long ride with out her man we never knew but its altogether likely that she nearly cried her eyes out at the forced separation As the first half of the train stopped ut Alton we all bade goodby to the unhappy groom and left him there awaiting the arrival of his bride A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its rich silver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural formations is a veritable wonderland At Mound City in the home of Mrs E D Clapp a wonderful case of healing has lately occurred Her son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Exhausting coughing spells occurred every five minutes writes Mrs Clapp when I began giving Dr Kings New Discovery the great medicine that saved his life and completely cured hint Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat and lung troubles by all druggists 50c and 100 Trial bottle free mI 11Noly to open its columns to the publicationi of a villainous attack upon irresponsible yellow Journalist Certainly Mr Fairbanks is glnd unless he I thoroughly realized before this attack I the really cordial feeling cherished for hint by the people of Indiana He must long since have appreciated theI fact that he is held in high esteem by themhis repeated endorsement by election attested thatbut it is doubt hsteri14calknew that besides admiration his felI low citizens bore ford him the warmest I sort of friendship the friendship whlcl attack only the more solidly cements lie must now be gratefully cognizant of this fact however for it has been almost amazingly demonstrated by the unanimous denunciation of his rra ducers by the polite of the state The J ugly falsity of every charge madeajdt the cruel injustice of it all aroused throughout Indiana a feeling of indgI rant resentment that has not ilmllary parallelled in years Whlni more than surprised that a journal that purports to stand for that which is decent in life should give space o reckless allegations timptare false on their face the Hoosier people have noi hesitated to brand the infamy even Ui more emphatically because of Its pseudo respectable sponsor Whatever reputation Colliers may have had for honesty in Indiana prior to Us llUhllI ation of this malignant assault and whatever influence it may have wield ed as a national weekly It assuredly lost by Its astoundingly reckless disregard of honor and truth Its editor evidently had no more appreciation of the real esteem in which Mr Fair is held by the people of his home Ibanks than he had knowledge of the- falsity of the character lof nonsense to which he gave space I He must certainly have some knowledge I of both by tliisJlme however If 1J I w I1 i If i f he asatnIl been In touch with the Where Colliers was once credited It was one respected It is now In disrepute It pays lobe fair and no pub lication was ever made great by delib iratelY defeating an honest man for the mere sake of being interestingly sensational Fort Wayne News A prompt pleasant good remedy for coughs and colds Is Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup It is especial ly recommended for babies and chil dren but good for every member of the family It contains honey and tar and tastes nearly as good as maple syrup Children like it Sold by all druggists m HOW TO KEEP COOUN SUMMER Ice Water Makes One Warmer Drink Water Just Chilled With Lime Juice Added Nothing could be worse than the quantity of ice water which people drink in the hope of cooling off their temperature Cold water only chills the stomach says a southern woman In the New York World Time reaction makes one warmer Time best drink for the summer is plain cold water not chilled but just cold I drink a great deal of this but never forget to add to each glassful a little lime juice This gives it the refresh ing tart taste and also counteracts the effets of bad drinking water When it gets really hotthere area few simple ways of cooling off the blood which many people know but hardly anyone practices I keep cool by using all these little resourcesand when it is very enervating and I have work to do I dont hesitate to go ubout with wet cotton behind my ears A piece of cotton dipped in cold water and placed behind the ears so that it touches the big artery will cool one off wonderfully A drop or two of ammonia may be added to the water in which the cotton is im mersed and will make one feel deli ciously refreshed When the nights are very hot and breathless the hot water bag filled with cold water and placed at the back of the neck will let the cold water run over ones jetfulness Of course we Southern women wear our fischus and low collars in the house and you have no idea how we dislike even the shirt waist with Its dimity or lace collat bandnot so much for the heat of the material as for the stricture around the throat If it is uncomfortably hot a cold compress aroun the neck is deli cious and everyone knows that to let the cold water run over ones wrists for any length of time will cool off the warmest individual and Is restful and soothing besides Where it is not possible to take two or more dips during the day the feet at least should have their proper amount of care and ventilation night and morning The thinnest kind of raw straw slippers or mules are obe had now for little or nothing and when possible In the privacy of nes own room stockings should be discarded and the feet allowed a certain amount of freedom after being refreshed by a foot bath r OarOftXABear the U Always Bought Slgl1turi c ctHNotes From Exchanges- A Missouri Democratic paper remarks that Mr Bryan seems to be It again What againSt Louis lobeDemocrat La Follette is hailed for 1908 as the ideal Demoratic Moses As Mos 9 never reached the promised land iio title may be considered prophetic Chicago Post The Bryan boom continues to grow But would it not have been wiser to wait a little while before launching- It for a third time A great deal may happen in two years Troy Times Uncle Sum may be a new comer in the game of world politics but when it comes to knowing the value of his hand helre is little to be taught him while as for keeping up his nerve and maintaining a straight face he has never had an equal He wants no tariff war with Germany or any other nationimi faclwill go a long way to prevent it but he is not going to be luffed out of the game nor is he gojlag to destroy American industry keep his neighbors good will Clncln rUlti Star The trusts must begin to suspect by this time that after all they are not the sole owners of this free coun ryrPhiladelphla Press Agricultural exports of this country have nearly doubled In the last eight months despite the fact that- ten years ago we had free raw material Nine years ago the Dingley tariff was substituted for the Massachusetts idea now supported by the followers of exGovernor Douglas liS well as of McCall It Is thought that the years exports of agricultural products of the United States will reaCh 1000000000 Lewiston Me oarnal + T t 7Y rit and leas ruesexyv ++ ii g For cool cooking less work NEW PERFECTION 0 4 Wick Blue Flame 00 CookStove Does everything that any ther the ideal stove for summer kind of stove will do Any degree of heat instantly Made in three sizes and fully warranted At your dealers or write o- uri nearest agency for descriptive circular Theisthe best lamp for 3 I al round household r- useVX Made of bran throughout and beautifully nickeled Perfectly cOn- structed absolutely safe unexcelled in llght giving power an ornament to any room Every lamp warranted If not at your dealers write to our nearest agency STANDARD OIL COMPANY- Yleoorporat di k BUSINESS COLLEGES ARE FAILURES Iinraworthless MAGAZINE IIREADERS SUNSET MAGAZINE 50andJtideaaU the Fu Wet Jeat CAMERA CRAJT devoted each mootk to the ar tiiac reproduction of the ben 100work ot amateur psoiwdoaal a yeu photographers ROAD 07 A TlOUf AWD WOMDKta a book of 75 eIi pio75cbtregttsad pe 4 Total 335 All fore 150 Address aU order to SUHSET MAGAZINE Flood Ba1diq SID ace a WEEKLY COURIE r JOURNAAND FIlE HARTFORD REP- UBOotHOne N Ye t FOR ONLY 100The Presidential election reaching Times have cha rhatis all Mr Watterson Democrat and has always The CourierJournal is aol support the ticket And there have it l Send your order for this corn ion to usnot to the CourierJ ml The regular price of the w ly CourierJournal alone is H JeartN sal CATARRHIn thoBld be clMnllMM Elys Creua Balae- kaaeaoothesasdhNU the dliaaitd membrane ItcatM catarrh and drlrei wars sold U the head atdml4- C S NIIMItt UM iMoMM tekUaAnad trw tk ma HIM uJe akMcML B4lMUlia toeRotUU ot by mall Trial t10MBit bymail TUX BBOTHBWM Warns StmWKnr Totk I J J Y jjjjjjjjjjjjj in small dues ana towns because 1 There Is not a sufficient population to a GOOD school r 22 Suchschoolsareusuellyconduded by persons who are NOT qualified or who make It a practice to travel about and de irlraudthelrpatrons If any opportunities for their graduates to secure employment In f suchlocalltles 4 The THOROUGH business colleges are I ocated In thelarger dues and are con tp ducted by persons who are qualified 5 The graduates of business colleges In small cities ortowns can not secure employ ment inlarge cities when thrown In competition with the THOROUGH graduates of highclass schools as business men have no toexparimentwlthIncompetentsTherefore HAUTES II The Imported Thoroughbred Stallion Will make the remainder of the seas on 1907 at S D Myres MondayHart t 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 15 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 horsetwas sent to the Centertown Live- Stock Co by the Kentucky Breeding Bureau for the purpose of improving the breed of horses in Kentucky To restore the standard of breeding to the high reputation that Kentucky has always held for fine and well bred horses What Mr Shouse Secretary of Kentucky Breeding Bureau says in his letter to the Centertown Live Stock Co- Gentlemen The horse we are send ing is a fouryearold Bay Hftutes Presented to the Kentucky Breeding Bureau by tho Hon August Belmont of New York He was brought to this country at the foot of his dam i Imported Hautesse by Archlduc and for the mare and colt Mr Belmont paid 25000 at public auction Ladas sire of Hauter Is one of the fo pest sires of England at the preset time The horse Is a splendid dividual and there Is none better A In America Indeed on Breeding- e he Is well worthy a trial at stud by any breeder of thorough k m stock In the entire county RespectfullyPi would be glad to have you nd see for your self and if you itisfied with our stock and its rag we will be delighted to do sp with you Remember we te best coach stallion in the je whose colts are fine and a c tracted fdr at weaning f100 See his ad In the g i asking you for past favors I r to do more business with e tore We remain TYours RespectfullyRk 1tj STOCK CO Ksr I i R UBUCAN- snnI j t I v p t p SUPS IN ROOM I WITH HIS COFFIN Uncle Tip Wilson Prepared For His Burial Give First hBox to a Neighbor Lives In Log House Hunt dred Years Old Breckenridgo county has one of the most remarkable inhabitants in Ken tucky known throughout the county as Uncle Tip Wilson Mr Wilson has become so well known by his pe culiar ldejts that his home Is visited by many people out of mere curiosity Uncle Tip has just completed a spe lally constructed coffin to bo used for his body when he diesand from pres ent Indications he expects to shuffle off this mortal coil within a short timeThe coffin was construted by his own hands and this is the second box he has built to be buried in The first boxwhlch was in some respects similar to the one just completedwas giv en to a neighbor for the burial of a relativeas no coffin could be secured In time to bury the remains The second box is filled with equip ments fora firstclass funeral His clothesin which he wants to be dress ed have been packed in the boxwith a quantity of tobaco to keep insects from destroying them All that is re quired to complete the outfit is a white shirt This is now being made by a womanTip Wilsonwho lives near the town of Harnedis eightyfive years old and has been married twice Both wives are deadbut a number of his children are living He has written a number of sheets of paper with Instructions to be carried out in regard to his funeral He makes a request thnthis sons dig his grave At first he requested that they dig it a certain depth and then make a tunnel and his remains were to bo placed in this tunnel Later he changed this plan and said that the tunnel should be left out as it would require too much work He does not under and circumstans want to be under obligations to anyone Mr Wil son is in good financial condition He lives by himself in a log house which is said to bo over a hundred years old He is a prosperous former He sleeps in the same room In which his coffin rests on two chairs A few years ago he was said to be the strong est man In this section of the country Being perfect physially he made a reputation for his strength- It is said that his sons will carryout his requests as to his burial Mr Wilson goes out to the spot selected for his gravebeslde that of his second wife and says he talks to her every day Mr Wilson takes pleasure In showing his coffin to those who call at his home to view it 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 here by all druggists m Facts and Fancies About the Mammoth Cave In the Philistine for June Fra El bertus in his most entertaining style writes of Mammoth Cave First he tells us it is a forgotten freak of nature the records at the Mammoth Cave Ho tel shows that an average of nine tythree persons a day visited the cave In the year 1844 but that in 1005 the average not counting local picnic par ties was less than a dozen and that while the population in the United States in 1844 was less than twenty millions and there was not a railroad in the State of Kentucky people gath ered there from all the New England and middle States by the hundreds While Emerson referred to the cave in his essays and lectures were giv en at Harvard on Mammoth Cave and even Presidents and members of the Cabinet visited the renowned wonder Fra Elbertus doubts if Grover Cleve land ever heard of the place The reasons for this detonation of Inter est in this wonderful drledupwater way of some mighty subteraranean riv er is the absence of an advertising manThat man who managed the Mam moth Cave in the good old days was an ornithological specimen worth while chirps the Fra He used to have folks lost in the cave and starching parties would go to find them To properly impress his pa trons for he was a psychologisthe- had them all put on special suits when about to enter the cavewomen in trousers and short skirts and around the edges of the skirt were tiny bells that tinkled as the fair ones walked This wits so you cbuld find her If she got lost or didnt The caps he pro vided were very fetching And as for the mens grab it was sufficiently hid eous to be interesting Then for a c r i SymptomsThe head aches backache sees Imaginary dark spots or specks floating or before heavyfullglngdownAwlIng in lower abdominal or pelvic region easily starttod or excited IrreauWror painful periods with or with out vic cat shooedhavesymptoms a likely to bo present In any case at anclmeN- egloctofl or badly treated and such casesoften run into maladies which de man yie furgeon8 knife It they do not reio dlclne a uch long uc- as r klaiiUirafjEMMAikjtmmaiii P n IngredlenLknowntornedlcal womans peculiar aliments enter Into Its orhabitformingeachbottlewrapper I any of the female system Dr Pierces Favorlto Prescription can do effectisespeciallytheranged in function or affected by disease digestionbecome ofbadmuch must not bo expected of this Fa performmiraclesICine It wilt often prevent them It operatingtableavoided I longstanding e correspondenceis e PierceBuffalo pagesIsstampsfor t time the plan was adopted of tying theI entire party together with ropes lest t some be lost of fall into dangerous placesJEvery one ever Mammoth Cave cannot but enjoy the descriptions of the place for every one has viewed exactly the same spot and ridden in the self same engine that has been traveling there rind back from Glasgow Junction for the lastI sixty years It took us just one hour to make the nine miles You notice said tine conductor that we have our cowcatcher I on the rear end so as to keep the cows out rf the ladles coach HeI then explained Why a bull got us last week and would have ketched us If we hadnt been on tho downgrade And the prophesies Thill Mam moth Cave will soon go under the auc e tioneers hammer and the L and N will buy it In and put the Mammoth Cave engine and passenger coach in a museum proper railway facilities will be provided the hotel will be rejuvenI ated and C L Stone G P name an advertising man and the bats of the Cave will wing their way In panic and whirl In wild alarm to I tile eyeless fish the news echoed by j i the American Indians when they saw the ship of Columbus Alas we are t discovered The advertising man will yet appear and give the wonder back to the world I When you feel the need of a pill take a DeWitts Little Early Riser Small pill safe pill sure pill Easy to takepleasant and effective Drives away headaches Sold by all druggists mi GUN LOST I DURINGTHE WAR i Stock Rotted Away But Scraps of Paper in the Charge in i Fair State of Preservation Diamond Miller the little son of J H Miller of Magan Ohio county while hunting on Slate Riffle hill Inear that place found a gun which was lost there at some nildoubleconIslstede shot The gun is a muzzle loader and bits of newspaper were used for I ramming the charge The paper is discolored by rust but a few of the words are Intelligible and confirms IIIsomeworldsare111CaptaIn The boy who made the find is I veryIproud ot It and values It highly relic of the days of the greatest civil strife in the history of the world c tROP OUTLOOK I ISDISGUURAfiIN6i Corn Has Been Set Back and Greatly Damaged Promise of Fair Yield of Wheat Tobacco Crop Will be Short Farmers in attendance at the mass meeting of tobacco growers and the Republican convention Saturday did not bring encouraging reports us to the con dition of their growing crop and from all indications a short crop f all kinds may be expected this year with perhaps the exception of wheat which promises n fair yield though the acreage is small in Da vless county Corn has been set back and damaged greatly by the cold wet spring and about sixty per cent of a crop is all that Is antlclpatde The greatest fall off will be in the tobacco crop which will in all probability be cut to less than fifty per cent on account Jf the scarcity of plants Mr E Shaw a prominent farmer if the Sorgho vicinity in conversation with a reporter said that in some Instances fabulous offers have been made in some sections for tobacco plants as high as 100 being ffered for a plant bed and from 1 o 2 a thousand offered for the lants in small lots The shortage is not confined alone D Davless county but all over theI obacco growing belt Mr W I Johnson of Ohio county stated that I about thirty per cent of a now out and probably enough would- be set to bring the acreage up to t forty per cent but was extremely doubtful as to even that much being I otten out Mr Johnson stated that high prices were being offered in Ohio county and told of a case of one man whoI sold his tobaco bed for 25 I ing he would not put out a crop and later changing his mind was forced i o pay 100 for enough plants to set- out his crop The present high prices for tobacco are attributed to a large extent toI the shortage of the 1907 cropand itIto predicted that tthe farmers will eive almost double for their next ears crop than for this and in that event will make as much money though the crop is shorter Owensbprn lesssnger Shorthand in Demand llUWI1lngmore students this year than over before but this made no perceptible hange in the demand for Stenographers Hire is an almost unllmiud field of opportunity for young people lIer11la1nentonly a short time to complete stenography The Howling Green Business i University will furnish all literature I necessary to give desired Information eABTORIAB- ea a You Have Always Bought of thot2d Iifl I I What we ate When we Were Boys j Dont eat too much of those blackberries said a young father to his first born for the doctor says they are liable to prdouce appendicitis j Pshaw said the grandsire of thIyoungster 1 am over GO years old mid every bit of me grew up1 in old Butler county and I have lots of old chums who used to roam with UK round In the woods bluffs fields nd hollows when we were kids j mat was before sating made nppend j itis and the other items and before i germs and microbes got to meddling with klssln and such like And here are a few things we kids had on our bill or fare and which we attacked with a relish and lots of us are now over 50 years old Raw tur 1lps cabbage stalks artlchoaks raw i Ull1Jlesberries mulberries with stems covIred with ants and bugs rtes whortleberries wild grapes l green briar berries elder berries poke berries fruit of the Devil bis ult or flat cactus May apples paw r ooooooolH+ lo A New Orleans woman was thin fa 9 Because she did not extract sufficient 0nourishment from She took Scott EmulsioniResult 0I Sheaine4a pound a day in weight 0ALL DRUGGISTS s SOc AND 100 0I + OtOt OOOI I Ij c H paws black haws sod haws sarrlsl green cucumbers green melons raw English peas ground nuts roots of hickory sap from the end of burn- Ing logs acrons walnuts inside bark of white hickory and slippery elm trees wild onions angcllco roots calamus wild cumphrey roots Jitney sheep sorrel red buds petals of wild roses green sorghum cane raw wheat pods of the thcon and black locust trees gum wax the first ten der leaves of the beech maple seed basafras bark wild crows foot wild green mustard hen pepper tops cedar berries kernels of peach seed gum of the peach and cherr treeglnseng alacampane spignotrai roasfening ears sweet cake dough aid drank sap from maple vinegar from oak licked the honey dew from poplar blossoms and the acid from oak balls and sumac berrIesand never had an ache or pain Oh the su perstitions of science WOULD TAP THE- EARTHS POWER Idea as Fantastic as Any Which Emanated from Vernes Brain An idea as fantastic as anything upon which Jules Verne based the plot of one of his pseudoscientific nor els has recently been discussed with serious intentions by at least two periodicals of high standing Not con tent with the fact that the muchtried earth has been forced to supply her vergrowing population with both ar fficial light and artificial heat it it now proposed to turn certain portions of the globe into gigantic steam boilers Niagara falls once valued for its aweinspiring beauty alone Is now drawn upon by the power houses of many electric plants It is the age of scinetlflc utilitarianism in which nature is constantly called upon to stand und deliver in the name of progressIt bo remembered that in the driving of the Slmplon tunnel intense heat was encountered in the very heart of the Alps heat which but for the modern methods of cooling aid ed by the water from an icecold subterranean river would have incapciial ed the workmen and made further progress impossible At the bottom mines the earth is very IconslderaLlr warmer than at the sur temliteraturesuits obtained in a variety of beauties This must however be taken as only approximate for great variations exist in different parts of the globe n There is no case of indigestion no matter how Irritable or how obstinate that will not be speedly relieved bj the use of Kodol Time main factor in curing the stomach of any disor der is rest and the only way to get rest is to actually digest the food for the stomach itself Kodol will do it It is a scientific preparation of vege table acids containing Ihe very same juices found in a healthy stomach It conforms to time Pure Food and Drugs Law Sold by all druggists Life and its Opportunities Life is a gift of Inestimable value and fraught with interests which In their effect are as lasting as eternty Life is given us for u grand purpose the improvement of ourselves and helping to better tho condition of our fellow men How impor hut i is that we make a proper use of our time and talents Work und prog ress are the order of creation Among the busy toilers in Hffs lin vest fields there is no plac for idlers neither should we spend all our time digging in the earth after- the perishable riches of th K world Man was formed for a noble purpose lIe lives for oternJv where sliver will not be needed where gold will be of no value Life is fur tell short and uncertain the future one too near and real that we should risk all on tho pursuit for earthly treasure Opportunities for useful ness are mummy Along every pali way in life are weary loHworn pilgrims longing for a cheering word for a helping hand Shall our lives be one of passiveness who the present calls so loudly for ac Uon Can we fold our hands in Idleness murmuring that there is nothing for us to do Can we deny light and help to those who an adrift on lifes stormy sear They who have tho brightest light should hold it up the highest that ivs rays may flash out the farther In the sur rounding darkness If life and its many opportunities have been well improved how grand will be the reflection when we come to stand on the farther shore of life and look backward to know that our great object In life was to help our fellow men up to a fairer laud CA ORJ- Att Bean the The Kind You Hare Mwais Bought Blgnitun JIrr nnn n n I ASfegetablePreparalionrorAs I slmilatingtheFoodandBegula m ling the Stomachs or SI INF VN IS C H1LDKEN Promotes DigestionCheerrul nessand neither I Opiumlororp1 norJofineralI I WOT NARC dope fltfJUJrSJNllZ1If1CJrR y WJSf- rJr rk Jtwl iMibfcrypWM brat u Remedy forConslipa Ron L WormsConvulsionsFcverish R ness and Loss OF SLEEP Facsimile Signature oriilH NEW YORK Th1LJLLIEXA- CT a I I COPY Of WRAPPER CASTORIA Infants and Children IFor The Kind You Have Alway ght Bears tfSignatureof 1m- Use For Over Thirty Yea- rCASTORIA TIt OIMTAYMOANT NEW 10110111 iO OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald U2JT THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald2tt1 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal lJTO THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 17f THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosrnoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek wensborolnqube 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquireru 37O THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messengej 17w THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 15O THE REPUBLICAN and JJuylorTrotwood Dlagazine151 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICANI tij Capital Stock 25OOOT Surplus Profits 12500 Will loan money from 1 drv to 12 mouths This is your Baai Come in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin Rowsnurcin Felix Jim Polk SUvsus ZL laync Oritfiu n h pCoA AAAAA A60 Q aaCtoc I TILLERS OF THE SOIL I 2fcq Will Make no Mistake by Visiting the Reliable J 43andWell Knpwn Firm of 2t J4 WILLIAMS MILLER14 a- J For anything they neelon the farm They tq handle Plows of all kinds and makes Diss = Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and I 49 walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and ofj buggies for youncr folks ami old folks = fi In Addition g ttfl= pliances and besides all kinds a of general Blacksmithing j Jj can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other =4 shops cannot do at all Everything at very moder g fl ate prices = = AIL LIAMS MILL ER- I BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY bitt- I t ro f Jj Ji t f1 1 1 Hartford Republican loaned by the Harfford 1obltsblng CompanjIM- COBrOBAV D EditorpTPOI ES Combrlarsa 34 RouCh 1 vrC2FRIDAY JUNE 21 Examine the label on your paper If t Is not correct notify us Only those who deserve to win can succeed Our State Government is just what the voters make It The strenuous life seems to have a limit for Secretary Taft The interest of Ohio county can be safely entrusted to Dr Duff in the House of Representative The Standard Oil Company is try ing to keep up its spirits by absorb ing the turpentine business Notwithstanding that Mr Bryan is sure that the President has been steal ing his speeches he keeps on grind ing them out Narrow indeed is the man who is unwilling to accord anyone else the right of opinion or credit them with honesty of purpose Our Democratic friends have gone square back on the rooster They taxed the dog that caught the rat that killed the chicken We are in favor of repealing the dog tax both town and State Should our rat dog which is a necessity be taxed because some old hound killed a sheep Anyone may read the Republican State platform and tell what we stand for in this contest Who knows about the men who compose the Democratic ticket If we did not get our choice in the conventions we are willing to accept the choice of some one else so long as he wears the armor of honesty and has the good of old Kentucky uppermost in his heart After swearing she would marry no man on the face of the earth a Georgia woman took one up into the State Capitol and married him Look like it is hard to escape front a woo man when she is determined to have you Now let the ranks be closed among Republicans and all old sores for gotten Wo cannot expect aid from those who are dissatisfied with their own party unless we show that with a united front we are going to aid oursel esIThe Central City Republican has again changed hands and our old Friend and fellow Ohio countian 7i O King comes to the front as managing editor Mr King is a wri ter of splendid ability and will snake The Republican sparkle with crisp editorials every week Heres look ing at you editor King The speech of Senator Bennett at the Republican convention last Sat urday was a calm dignified survey of Republican prospects in Kentucky this fall and recital of the incidents leading to the overthrown of the out rageous gerrymander of 190C It was heard with great interest by those present The Senator is popular with his party in Ohio county and all are proud of the position of Influence which he holds- Re1publicans who attended the two county conventions held here last Sat urday could not have felt otherwise than proud of the splendid spirit prevailed throughout the proceedings Fair play and orderly dignified bear ing marked the conduct of each and every member of the conventions Keen disappointment was written on the faces of some of our friends on the other side who were present to enjoy the expected rumpus Under the plan of rotating the State Senatorship in this district Mullen berg county furnishes the candidate this time It will be difficult for any one to fill the place ns acceptably and with the power which has come to us through the services of Senator Bennett However we have faith in the second judgment of Muhlenburg county Republicans and believe they have given us a good man one who will look after the interest of all classes in the Kentucky Senate Kentucky has money to waste on needless officers and to pay salaries to persons who never earn a penny but in order to get a trip to James town our soldier boys must give up talC of their pay which amounts to 40 cents per day leaving the privates the enormous sum of 211a cents for the time they are out trying to pre J ar M i rfi Hd pare themselves to be shot at if occasion should require them to preserve peace or defend their country Such is the result of keeping in power the present machine at the State Capitol The Hartford Herald got on its customary highhorse this week be cause wo published last week at the request of a friend of the Republican who Is also on good terms with and probably a patron of the Herald a brief inquiry as to why the Herald failed to publish that part of its Sul phur Springs correspondence that con tained the name and address of all the old soldiers who attended the memorial services there recently It even went so far as to say after vilifying the writer that the paper who published it could have had no other motive than to try to injure the Her ald The Injury to the Herald If any resulted lies in its failure to publish the important item of news referred to The fact that the survivors of the great war are fast passing from the stage of action renders it quite appropriate for a newspaper that can procuro the information to give just such a summary as the omitted portion of the correspondence must have contained As to why the patty re question us to publish the item we leave that to him to answer But It might be surmised that he is one of those who wore the blue or the gray in the sixties or someone more interested in them than the Herald has shown to be I M H E NotesIv There are now at work on the M H E R R approximately the follow ing forces 2 steam shovels 2 excavat- Ing machines 1 grading machine 550 men 430 mules Mr John Moore treasurer of the M H E R R left Tuesday for a few days sojourn in the Kentucky metropolis Mr Moore will return Satur day afternoon Chief Engineer Feagan is Kin nuxI vllle Tenn He will return Satur dayThe railroad company intends to beIgin tile erection of the steel work of the Green river bridge about August 30th To facilitate the handling of the bridge material the tracks from the L X crossing down to tIre river will be laid before the above date I Stjayed One dark red cow dehorned star in forehead about five years old and marked split in right and under slope I in left ear Liberal reward for any Information leading to her recovery MRS NICHOLAS BARRASS Taylor Mines Ky RENDER June 18Joe James and Judge L Francis were in Beaver Dam last Wednesday C K Carson and family moved from here to Taylor Mines last Wednesday Rev AT Williams of Hartford md Rev N A Grant of Centertown md I H Brown of Central City were here last Thursday Mrs G F Rice of Central City md W E Kelley of Odin Ill were here Friday Jas Edwards of Powderly was the l guest of his daughter Mrs L Francis Friday and Saturday t Miss Lucye James went to Central City Saturday to spend a fed days Simon Jones and F 0 Allen at tended the Ohio County Republican Coventlon In Hartford Saturday Mr and Mrs John Jennings of Gra ham and Mrs P L Neighbors off Central City were here Sunday Miss Ada Leo Hoover of Taylor l Mines and W T West of Bowling Green were here yesterday Mr and Mrs Win Laffoon came in from Aclln ill yesterday to reside here In the future Miss Minnie Lee Tinsley returned I home frond Centertown yesterday af ter a weeks visit I Mrs U M Everley of Herrin Ill and J L Green of Central City and Sam Jones of Louisville were lucre todayMrs E L Myers and children and Miss Vadcn Fentress of Hot Springs Ark are the guests of Mr and Mrs Dennis Myers and family Robert Cargal has moved home from Herrin Ill after an absence of sever ul months Clarence Bosket line returned he me from South Port N C where he had been stationed at Fort Caswell for the past three years with 19th Co Coast Artillery of the U S Army Lewis Keown has a very sick child at this writing Life or Death to Your Piano Which A piano is a delicate and valuable instrument and its care should be entrusted only to an expert Piano Tuning well done lengthens the life of the pianopoor tuning ruins it Please remember that I hold a diploma from the largest and best school of piano tuning in the world and that I guarantee perfect finished work in every case at the lowest charges consistent with the best workshlp A E SANDEFUR 4914 Beaver Dam Ky V Hf 0 WIII r I SSSS YOU MAY NOT THINK OF IT BUT IT DOES J ARTFORD TO A STREET To be Given July 12 and 13At tractive List of Do nated by Business Men The following Is a partial list of the valuable premiums offered by the mslness men of Hartford to time Ohio county people during the Street Fair o be held July 12 and 13 221al1berJ E Curtis Best rider under 14 years old 250 in gold J S Glenn for band 100 W H Griffin best lady rider any locket and chain worth 1000 F T Mason most handsome young ady from 18 to 23 500 Most handsome young man from 21 to 27 500 J B Tappanman nearest 21 years old July 13 1907 watch fob worth 5 Ernest Woodward for band 100 Barnard Co for nicest fancy work made by exhibitor lace curtains worth 400 Best Jam cake rug worth 500 Jake reserved- R T Her best young man fiddler from 10 to 17 years old 300 E G BarrasH for band 2tO- R E L Simmcrman for blind 2 Carson Co sewing machine worth 25 for best suckling mule Moore Crabtree for band 500 J William Taylor for band 150 First National Bank best saddle horse to be exhibited by lady 300 to first and 400 to second B F Saunders best trio Plymouth Rock chickens 250 Best trio brown Leghorn chickens 250 Best trio pit Game chickens 250 M J Keown for band 100 Z W Griffin best colt general utility 1 year old and under two one watch 1500 L F Woerner best bushel potatoes 100M W Miller best pair Turkeys 500 s Marvin Bean for band 500 Black Birkhead best harness horse 750 F D Baughn star brand shoes 500 to the most popular young man Decided in my store City Restaurant best lady rider over 15 years old Friday 500 Best lady rider under 1C years old Saturday 500 Three to enter E L Bullington best pair black t J tl- r langshan chickens 150 Ohio County Supply Co prettiest turnout in single ordouble harnessI First premium 1000 second 500 CuIenDowDS Livermore Ky June 20Mr Ros coe I Downs and Miss Winnie Cullen were married at the residence of the WIand a few friends last Sunday morning at 10 oclock The ceremony was per formed by the Rev T J Ratcliff Mr and Mrs Downs left on the 430 train DownsIasso ofIconvention they will attend the Re Republican convention In Louisville home Saturday CENTERTOWN June 17U S Faught and family have moved from their farm to town Our exchange Is in running order and Miss Algia TIchenor is giving us good work as operator I The Methodist church Is undergoing some much needed repairs which when complete will add considerably to looks of building and comfort of people j Mr George Owen and wife niter making a short visit to relatives nearI Paducah Ky have returned mid Ink en rooms at the home of Mr H H Flaudle Davis of Louisville spent last week wits her uncle H H DalsIed new uniforms and make a grand appearance and music second to none of any band in Kentucky Mrs T R Kinchelo of Central City visited the family of H H Davis this week Our Sunday School is yet on aI boom I and Miss Lucy Withrow were married at theI brides homo Sunday morning by Rev I W A Grant Only a few friends wore Dr Miller and little daughter Isabel of Monett Mo are the guests of Mrs Millers parents Mr and Mrs George Reid Mr S L Fulkerson Rockport Is teaching a singing school at the Small hous church Miss Maude Calloway has returned from a visit to relatives at Bedn Miss Fannie Lawrence Beaver Dam I 1 Make a big difference to you who makes the clothes you 9 11 i tAismakes ofand how Thats one thing we like about Schaffner Marx Clothes they are made of JIistrictlyallwool fabrics and the makers seem to ev erybody to know it They iadvertise the fact extensive 13its the most important fact about any clothes There are plenty of good t looking clothes for sale that Iare not all allwool the mak ers claim that they are they say much about itIabout goods that you dont to take anybodys for clothes know Its easy to sell areI clothes a satisfaction to erybody EP BARNES Q BROS Kentuckya o sss so HAVE FAIR Premiums returning DavisMiss ISMALLHOUS presentMrs them Hart want dont dont have word yoti good is a guest of her brother W L Law renceRoss Morton Livermore was the guest of his parentsMr and Mrs Sam Morton Sunday Rev Grant Centertown was the guest of Mr and Mrs Seth Hunter Saturday night Misses Altha Addington Oina Mnd dax and eJnnle Matthews Messrs Jess Kirtley Lewis Fulkerson and Worth Fulkerson went to Central City Sun day evening Misses Bera Ross and Minnie Bean Centertown were the guests of Miss I Edith Curtis Sunday Mr and Mrs Bolt Messrs A L Gambel and Owen Hunter Centertown S W Bilbro Matanzas S E Hunter and Burnlce Durham Hartford were in our midst Sunday Mr and Mrs Bullock and children and Herschel King near South Car rollton were the guests of Mrs Jeni nil Ball Sunday i Mrs Joe Robertson Hartford was nudIfamily Saturday and Mr and Mrs Bob I Fulkerson Saturday night and Sun day Miss Clara Robertson who has been visiting in our midst the past week returned homo Sunday evening Mr and Mrs R H Everley and daughter Goldii and Minnie Chancel lor Certtlvo were guests of Mr and Mrs Harry Everley Tuesday The next Quarterly meeting for this circuit will be held at Equality the Fifth Saturday and Sunday in this I month I CA81OREA I BouiIIBigutuze L Obituary Mrs Magnolia Flelden nee McDow anddepartedher home In Render Ky She was a member of the Render Baptist church agd about thirteen years ago she be rheumatismthatshe I grew weaker and weaker until her I mortal clay could no longer hold her spirit fast In the passing away of Mrs Field en from the scenes of earth the com I husband IIfotiasT ough called to suffer much she en ChristeaIt IIef ALL PRICES OF GOODS IN Ml LINE Quality Equal i given in Mail Catalogs or Newspaper will be found AdsIas low and many lower at i 4 i J B TAPPAN c1nIReliable Jeweler and HARTFORD KY O KN CVKNKyWNKNK ecKN9eCKVKO NOTICEBIG BOND SALE Sealed bids will be received from June loth to July 1st 1907 on 71 100Dollar School Bonds Bearing interest at 6 per cent Payable SemiAnnually Have you a few hundred dollars that you want to invest where it Is absolutely safe getting your interest every six months Then name the highest price you will pay for a ONE 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 time payment it your bid Is accepted on the returned to you if your bid is rejected Court of Appeals has passed upon the legality of these bonds No ques tion as to their safety Address all bids and letters of in quiry to JOHN H BARNES Committee on Bonds Beaver Dam 4 graded Common School is enough come home and she left us with tho assurance of Joining the triumphant host above to sing his praises ever more Funeral services were at her home conducted by the Rev Hiram Brown and interred at the Render cemetery N f t j v 1 4 3 FAIRS 3 r BASEMENTf itA An economical place to buy your kitchen and dining room outfit Complete assortments of China- ware Glassware Woodenware Tinware Etc at prices away below their valuesin other words 15c and25c values for 5c and lOc Come to Headquar ters for these goods j J V4CHINAWARE I Meat Dishes Vegetable Dish es Soup Dishes Cups and Sau ers Dessert Dishes PlatesSoup Plates China Pitchers Salt and Pepper Shakes Toothpick Hold ers and many other useful ar ticles in Chlnaware all for 5c and lOc none higher MISCELLANEOUSHat 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 PansBread WHY PAY For the Above artacles when coming direct to Basement you buy these manymore serviceable articles at prices astonish you motto is Always the Always Below +w I CompetitionAT t The Bargain Center ti Hartford Republican o 4FRIDAY JUNE 2- 1IIIlnolsCentralRallroad TImZ Table North Bound Sonia Bound No 182 due 407 a to No 121 duell31 a m- No12idu1290p m No tot due 248 ptu No 102 due 248 pm No 181 due 040p m Ladies Tan at Barnard Cos us Hens Eggs and Wool CARSON CO IBring 5c Lawn at Barnard Dress yourself in one of Fairs Sum I mer Suits When you come to town visit Bar nard Co i Mr Robert Duff was a pleasant call er yesterday Plenty of new Silk 0lasat Fairs Linen Terchon Lace 5c a yard at Barnard Cos Dimes will do the work of quarters Fairs Basement IllDont spend your until you see Fairs Basement SJailer Oscar and little have typhoid fever y The best bargains In 5c and 10c ra goods are In Fairs Basement IsMrs Dick Walker who has ill st for some time is Improved ne E KeepthelUeBtrat Get your Screens of Hartford 7lt IllCo They make all W In sizestfC When in need of dental work of lIe any kind call on Dr Renfrow over hc Baughns store d InHelp a cause by spen- dinGsyour cash with Carson Co Jun- etr2122 n 1X4We carry a complete assortment of Clothing Shirts and Dress Goods CARSON CO seems to have come at last and Barnard Co have goods to suit r the seasonI tt Btiy your sheer White Goods Fancy 10 Work Fabrics Val Laces Etc at lisi Fairs r beMrs Delia Galloway Wed at to make her niece Mrs C M Barnett an extended visit t p GLASSWARE Salad Bowls Cake Stands Glass Pickle Dishes Sugar Bowls Preserve Stands Spoon Holders Celery Stands Cream Glass Tumblers Sherbet Cups Lemon Squeezers Dessert Dishes Lamps Salt Shakers Etc TINWARE One and onehalf gallon Buck ets Cups Stew Pans Cake Pans Baking Pans Muffin Pans Pudding Pans Pot Tops Funnels Dish Pans Coffee Pots Tea Pots Tin Sifters Dread Toasters Etc Call and see us MORE by our can find that will Our Best L- clI Oxfords your colored Umbrel dimes Midkiff been much good tlSummer arrived Pitchers Pitchers Vases I y i Mr Joe Thomasson was a pleasan caller yesterday Little Miss Elener Petty is the Sues of relatives in Leltchfleld Mr C K Carson Taylor Mines was a pleasant caller Tuesday The latest novelties in Ladles Belts Purses and Combs are at Fairs i Mrs J K Smith Repton Ky is I the guest of relatives in the county If we please you we succeed W youI CO and children are the guests of relatives In Fords vllle Mr J C Her visited his sisterMrs P Jones at Ceralvo the first of tho week Mrs W S Tinsley who has Beep sick at her home onClay streetIs corp valescent Mr P C Wells Manager for the Wells Furniture Co Beaver Dam called to see us Monday We want your Wool Will pay highest market price either cash or trade at Carson Co Mesdames Wniand George Forman are in Louisville visiting friends They will remain in the city several days The Misses Thomas have sold their household furniture and have moved to Louisville to reside permanently The ladles smile and say Oh how pretty when they see Barnard Cos summer weight tress Goods Mr J W Lytlo and family Owens boro were the guests of Mr and Mrs J H Williams the first of the week The Hartford Mill Co wants to sell you any material you need to build or repair your house Roofing very cheap Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond Laun dry46tfMr and Mrs Rupert Bennett Beda are the proud parents of a new boy He arrived Monday Dr S W Crowe attending Mrs M A Lewis and Mrs Geo Lewis city and Mrs Julius Horn of Daviess county left Hartford Monday to visit I relatives In Central City f We are jut in receipt of a nice lot of Oxfords and Southern Ties the WL Douglas kind All of the new styles and toes at Carson Co r Mr Wm Fair was In Loulsylll Wednesday on business i y1 Dr S1 Taylor Beaver Dam tsI a pleasant cflller Wednesday t R W King Jeweler and Optician best young lady driver 500 gal ring Shingles and odd size Windows and Doors a specialty HARTFORD MILL CO Plenty of Ladles Vests long Gloves Fans and other accessories for ladle wear at Fairs Miss Gala Cecil has gone to Ow ensboro to visit friends and relative for several weeks Mr M S Ragland Sulphur Springs was the guest of friends In Hartford the first of the week Messrs Allison and Estill Barnet have been visiting in Louisville for the past several days Are you going to take advantage of Barnard Cos proposition print ed in this issue See big add Mr and Mrs A K AndersonUeav er Dam were the guests of relative in Hartford the first of the week Born to the wife of Mr willis Harl city Tuesday a girl Dr B B Pendleton attending physician Plenty of Low Shoes for men at Fairs Call at their store if you want a combination of style and wear Now get yourself ready to help the Sewing Circle by buying a good bill on June 2122 from Carson d Co Messrs Grossie Williams and Evan Calais have gone to Hardinsburg for a weeks visit to friends and rela tives Mrs John Barnett who has been sick for some time at the home of her mother in the country Is not swell Mr R D Walker and son Master Berry Dudley were in Elizabethtown and Louisville the latter part of last week Mrs Alex Barnett Mrs R A An derson and Mrs A K Anderson vis counItryMr Isaac Sharp has rented the San defur property recently vacated by Mr J E Curtis and will move Into same in a few days Mrs Dr S J Wedding and Miss Mary Wedding will entertain the Flinch Club at the home of Mrs Wedding next Wednesday evening Miss Winona Stevens arrived at home the latter part of last week after an absence of ten months in school at Geprgetown Ky Judge W B Taylor and family and Miss Kathryn Jones left yesterday for Taylortown where they will be the guests of relatives for several days- Why not bring your ChlckensEggs HamsFeathcrs and all kinds of good produce to Carson Co and get in return the very best of merchandise Mrs Nola Mullen and children of Princeton Ind will arrive at Ceralvo today to visit her sister Mrs P Jones She will remain for some time 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 Assistant Superintendent of the Methodist Sunday school Mr C M Barnett will give the school an excursion on the We Three to Rough river locks next Saturday If you want your house screened all over from cellar to garretor a house built outandout from a toy playhouse to a skyscraper at a reasonable rate call on V H Mauzy Hartford Ky 45t2 An ice cream supper will be given at the residence of Mr R D Walker next Tuesday night by the ladies of the Baptist church for the benefit of the Missionary Society Everybody C invited a The Fourth Quarterly meeting for Hartford Circuit will be held at Prov dente Saturday and Sunday July 6 anti 7 This meeting will have much important work to do JAS A LEWIS Remember we have made n good nark down on all White Goods for June 2122 You will get u bargain In anything you might buy and at the same time help the Sewing Circle CARSON CO The case of the M H E R R- Co ve R T Ross has been reversed by the Court of Appeals and return ed to the Ohio Circuit Court for anew trial In the trial of the case here Ross recovered Judgment for 160000 Mat Johnson who was supposed1 to have drowned in Rough river about three weeks ago mention of which I ippeared in these columns at the time is reported to be In Oklahoma He VB owing notes at several banks and it was through efforts of the bank officials that ho was locatedI I j r 1 Many OhioXcounty Republicans were In attendante at tho convention at Louisville Wednesday Mrs M L Heavrin Is the guest of relatives in Louisville She also at tended the Republican Convention there Wednesday Misses Katie Pendleton Beatrice Hnynes and Luclle Pirtle will leave to day for an extended visit to friends and relatives in Owensboro Sheriff R B Martin has received certificate from Auditor Hager of the amount of taxes due from Ohio County and is now ready to receive taxes Mrs Charlott Tlcheuor who hits been the guest of Mr and Mrs S A Bratcher went to Beaver Dam Wed nesday to visit Mr and Mrs J A Tichenor Mr T R Barnard will arrive to oday on the We Three with his household goods and will be at home at the residence recently purchased from Mrs Lucy T Cooper Mr Jo Orien Russell of Columbia Ky and Miss Jean Duncan will be unted in marriage at the home of the Duneanlat lOW11isin Bowling Green where site held an important position in the school thereMrs L N Gray left last Saturday for an extended visit to datives in Chicago and Des Moines Iowa She will go from Des Moines to Los Angeles California with a party of teach ers and will be met there by her hus band Prof L N Gray Mr John Morton and Miss Lucy Withrow were united in marriage at SmulliioiiB last Sunday The bride is the daughter of Mr nnd Mrs Sam Withrow and the groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Sam Morton They will reside at the home of the grooms parntlIresIIdencenesday evening Judge W B Taylor officiating Quite u little crowd gathered in to witness the ceremony These are popular young people of east Hartford neighborhood Dont fail to rend Mr Frank Wes terfleldbs land sale notice to be in another column This foundI ground adjoins the city limits will be sold In lots containing fromI 2 MO 50 acres Sale at 1 in Monday July 1 1907 If Its a I bargain you are looking for be certain to be on hand The Ohio County Medical Society held their regular monthly meeting In the office of Drs J W Taylor and A F Stanley Wednesday afternoon Those present were Drs StewartDun dee Willis Cromwell Donton Ma gun Taylor Beaver Dam Dos Lou- Isville Ford Pendleton Taylor and Stanley Hartford While attempting to examine a charge of dynamite which had not Ignited as quickly as usual Tom Siears nan was Instantly killed at Bens Lick hill last Friday lust as ho was directly over the charge it exploded with tremendous force The charge truck him in the face tearing al most every particle of flesh therefrom Messrs Luther Rogers Balzolown R M Young Renfrew Mack Cook Arnold A E Sandefur Rob Roy John W Taylor Rob Roy J D Williams Benver Dam J J Tilford F rdsville Robert Duff Narrows James Carter Narrows Henry Shaver Beaver Dam I S Mason Heaver Dam and R C tloseley were among our callers last aturdny Dr r W Taylor performed the very delicate operation of removing one of Mrs G W Martins eyes Thursday of last week Mrs Marvin had suffered untold agony from an iffcction of the eye for several days and a short time before It was removed the ball bursted At last re ports Mrs Martin was getting along well The operation was performed at Mrs Martins homo near Cromwell The city council has declined to renew its contract with the Kentucky Light and Power Company unless more satisfactory service could be rendered and our streets ore now in darkness There has also been some trouble concerning service furnished stores and residences and it is probable that tho plant will be closed for some time unless different arrange ments can be made The Ladles Social Club gave a harming moonlight reception last Friday evening at the home of Mrs E B Pendleton The beautiful lawn was illuminated by Japanese lanterns and several games of progressive flinch ore enjoyed by the guests A very popular resort during the evening was the Fountain of Eternal Youth at which punch was served Another harming feature of the entertainment was the music A beautiful solo was clrrleILewiserved In three courses 1 l 31t dJrb1 b hG l 1 brG bf dt i irllrt F d tM I Buying Along E- i Safe Lines r With your purchase at this store is always the assur EfullytTherest prices prices that most often drop under what you ex r pected to pay that ma1s particularly pleasant and tprofitable buying here Just at this time these seasonable f offerings will appeal to your JjTic lOc and 15c India Linens lOc to 25c Persian t Lawns from Ificto 50c Long Cloth Butchers Linen tjf and Indian Head at 15c and anything you may mention E in Dress Goods all cheap mce Farcy Furriis1iings tEmbroideried fj1 t ShoesVe tnice line of Oxfords ranging from 5150- to4 350 and they are nice And plenty of nice Shoes t i that are good and reasonable in price 4 Gents Ftxrrzi azingsThis is where we shine We have the Fountain andtffluettPeabocly Shirts and Collars A nice f Ties and Underwear in short sleeves and log Hats I 4in the Straw Sailor from 50c to 8250 Wools from t to S4 t t- ij MattirZgsGoing 29c and 30c a yard You cannot r beat it at all- Hoping t andEt that you will honor us with a call j look we remain as ever yours to please and accom t modateEBARNARD Hartford Ky I Y1tYTH7111717t t r l ta fir fYH77177711itt7t1 A Dr Nestor Barnett and little daughter Octavia Caneyville were the guest of relatives near town the first of the weekMr Charles W Bennett who has been attending Vanderbilt University has returned home to spend the va cation with his parents Rev and Mrs R D Bennett The Baptist church at Narrows will be dedicated the fith Sunday in Ibis I month Rev A B Gardner of Hart ford will preach the dedicatory ser mon Abundant dinner on the groundNext Sunday will be observed by the Baptist church here as Education Day The pastor will preach at morning hour on Education in R 1iI gion A collection for the benefit of the Baptist schools in the Suite will bo taken If 25 or move is given by the church it will be entitled to a member in the Kentucky Baptist Edu cation Association for one year Let us help to educate the boys and girls of our SntetA B GARDNER Pastor The contract for rebuilding the levee North of town was let last Friday to Mr T F Simmons of Hopkins county at 19 cents per cubic yard He will begin the work about the first of next month Mr Simmons gives this paper credit for his luck In get tug the work Although a Democrat he is a subscriber of The Republican tad says he would not have known the contract was to be let If he had not seen it in our paper Moral it pays to be a subscriber to this paper and it is the only safe advertis- Ing medium In Ohio county BEAVER DAM June 19Rev A B Gardner filled his regular appointment here Sunday lowing and night Mr Z W Mitchell is in Louisville on buBinefiO this week Mr Harry Hone very delightfully entertained the Orchestra Thursday night Mr Dan Kelley of Luzerne was In own Sunday Miss eParl Pate of McHenry spent Sunday with her parents here Miss Lizzie Stevens of Rockport pent Sunday with her parents here Miss Willie Smith of Hartford is risitlng Miss Dena Woodward this week The ladies of the Flinch Club and heir husbands or friends were ole antly entertained Saturday evening l tat by Mesdames Jno H Barnes and C P Austin at the home of the former The guests on arrival were In a w vited Into the dining room where they were served to delicious punch nail re ceived tallies bearing the number of table and couple They then repaired to the parlors where six games of progressive flinch were played Messrs C M Taylor and John II Barnes win ning the greatest number of games A delightful two course luncheon was served by the hostesses assisted by Miss Anna Barnes and hr guest Miss Eelia Glenn Hnrford Master Frank Barnes rendered iui a number of selections on the phonograph while the lunch was being served Those pres ent were Mr rnd Mrs C 11 Taylor S B Vim Bator J E Williams W A AusUn J R Illlltunts1 P Mc Kimiey D1 Clema J H Barnes C P Austin MesdHinvs George H Barnes D G Young Z Wilbur Mitchell Misses Don E Gibson Emma Barnes Marie Louse Austin Merrie King Messrs W D Woodward W C McKMiney M M Fnughender- Mr W D Woodward who recently graduated at State College and has boon at homo a few days on vacation has gone lo Georgetown where lie has charge of a surveying party to survey n pipe lifi from there to a point In Ohio Mr W M Wright who has boon vlslMng ii town rites past few days has returned to his h niea Louisville Miss Mary S ewiiri who has been visiiiiig Miss Clara Loyd at Aeimville for a foe days has returned home Mr nail Mrs J Hum Barnes and children of Throw Rivers Mich are In town visiting relatives Mr Barnes will go from here to Enid Okla where he will locate Mr S B Van Meter who has been sick for the past few days is able Lo be out again Mss Dean Woodward who has been confined to her room the last few days an account of sickness is able to sit up Mrs J P McKenney is visiting rel it ves In Simpson county this week Notice To Miners and Farmers We ask ot you not to buy wagons or buggies companyofOwensboro the union and employ union men Done by order of the local JOHN WILSON Recording Secretary Echols local No 67S U M W of A tf For Sale A new cottage on Smith street East Hartford addition Just erected with four rooms Cheap for cash r- Coli easy terms Apply to- BARNETT 8 SMITH u Y JUttSTED BECAUSE DOCTOR WAS MISSIN- GIr3 J Ezell Who Was at Daw son Has Not Been Seen Since Friday Bawson Springs Ky June 17 TT W Rossen a prominent Insurance jam of Central City Ky who was arrested here Sunday morning on the chnrgo of being connected with the disappearance of Or J J Ezell of Lafayette Ky was turned loose by oltlcers todaysLast Saturday afternoon Rossen In company with Miss Maude Purdy aged nineteen and Mrs Marchy GIrey agsi sixty years a grass widow left the hotel and went driving Following them Dr J J Ezell left the hotel and has not since been heard from Upon the return of Mr Rossen a warrant was taken out by a Mr Har ris a brotherinlaw of Dr Ezell for Bosses The warrant was served by Arch Legon and Mr Rossen was put Under the guard of Frank Tipple about 9 oclock Saturday evening Mr Tipple made a thorough Inves tigation of the case and later held a conference with Mr Harris and it was decided that Mr Rossen was not connected with the disappearance of Dr Ezell and he was turned loose this morning Dr Ezell is a married man his wife living at Lafayette Nothing has been heard of him since he left the hotel on Saturday afternoon The case is wiiin5 much Interest as all parties are prominently connected SULPHUR SPRINGS June 19Our Sunday school at this place Is progressing nicely Masses Minnie and Maggie Wedding were the guest of their aunt Mrs Aunt Graham Narrows Saturday niGht aud Sunday Mr end Mrs Bob Duff spent the day with Dr J A Duff and wife SundayM Dresdon Dean wife and little dau1ter Ruby and Miss Lena Hunt Tisitd at the home of Mr and Mrs TT cDan Saturday night Mx Alice Lee is on the sick list this week Mx s J Weller and family Mr curl Mrs Dresdon Bean Mr and Mrs c L Buff were the guest of Mr and Mrs Schuyler Acton Sunday The Sulphur Springs Sunday School will Lave their childrens day at Mt Vwnfln the fourth Sunday in July 1L C Acton wife and little daugh ter Isabelle Dundee visited his lath er Eul mother Mr and Mrs W 11 Acton Sunday Mr Alec Boswell and wife Narrows c Trisited near Cedar Grove Sunday Mrs S S Acton and Miss Cliffle Acton were the guest of Mrs Cook JBeau Tuesday Mr Loyul will begin Ms school i hew the first Monday in July Notice to Contracts Sealed bids will be accepted by the trnfllee of Excelsior district No 36 tuitll July C 3907 for the erection of a school house Specifications can be Mi from the trustees cash will be laid when house Is acceptedoJ P W P UcCOYI Trustees j HERBER1 Jnae LSThe Woodmen of the Would of Owensboro accompanied byS the Habit brass band unveiled the monument of 3Ir Will Duncan of this place Sunday afternoon j Mr Will Stewart died at two oclock Sunday morning He leaves a and five chlldi n Mr Stewart wifeI one of the bttt farmers in this liorhcod and a fine Christian gentle man His funeral was preached by 3tov Hillery Rice at Panther Creek church Monday at 11 n m Among thoiie who atttudtd the funeral from y distance wer Mr George Stewart JIc Mil Mrs Ed Brunur and son OwI cosboro Mr anti Mrs Wile Lyon a Mes Will UruI and HOII WaKon Brandenburg Mrs Geo Stevens and children Mr Charles Stewart Hen1 tlon Mr and Mrs Griffin Kelley Tdvlnpton Mrs Ellen Chambers and son Pad Miss Hattie Stewart Ulack lord Mr and Mrs Irvin Wells Whles j rtJTe visited Mr Henry Milligan and lamily Monday 3Iiv Sam Haynes was surprised by a birthday dinner Hie M given by his LUdren awl neighbors it being tnc iiIrd anniversary of his birth A flne Kumr was served to Kixyseven guusts iilr R M Miller returned from Fords nrtHa this morning where Itad bI1I xt the bedside of his brotherinlaw 3trJ P Gilmore MJ Henry Walker Mlllor and family CKrpnsboro visllted Mr Ed Miller Mo aaj Mrs Susie Duncan Otvcnsboro BI the guest of Miss Edna Duncan Miss Baxter Miller entertained quite s crowd of friends from Whitesville jfcnday lire and Mrs Griffin Kelloy dined at f s Y 7- i Mr Dave Millers Monday U8s Dora Day Owensboro and Mlsi Birdie Barnett Deanfleld visited Miss Mattle Barnett from Wednesday until SundayQuite a crowd of young people at tended a party at Mr George Hollands Saturday night j andichildrenbrother Essex Owensboro are vls lUng Oscar Haynes FOR THE BUSY READER The White House at Washington is now undergoing its annual summer refurnishing during the Presidents ab ence I S The Kentucky Educational Associa tion is holding its annual meeting in Winchester About 250 teachers were present Tuesday at the opening session t Charles C Vogt chief agent In Ken comIIlJanyhis homo in Louisville WednesduyI It has been finally settled that the Kentucky troops are to encamp at Jamestown The Adjutant General is to start the First regiment on June 30 After which the Third and then the Second will follow Laborers dug up the body of an In fant only a few days old In Breathltt county and the cltlznes of that section of the county are much excited over the supposed murder The offi cers are working on a clue Under a regulation of tile Department of Agriculture defining the pure food law buyers must look directly to the seller for guarantee and cannot go back to the original seller who may have given a guarantee Two hundred lives were lost in a frightful disaster which just occurred- at Trlkhala Greece It was caused by the overflow of the river Lithalde Hundreds of houses In the town and along the banks of the river In its vicinity were washed away and the occupants drowned Under an agreement reached between eighteen railroads and the State of Missouri In the Federal Court at Kansas City the twocent passenger fare law Is to be given a three months trial at the end of which If It is found unremunerative the railroads may appeal the matter to the courts Kentucky editors assembled for the annual meeting of the State Press j Association occupied Esllll Springs j Tuesday afternoon Col W I Halde man of Louisville at the first buslI ness session suggested changes in Ken tucks libel laws and the suggestions were received with much ap proval What Is believed to have been a plo of years standing to blow up the courthouse at Newport was brought to light with tho discovery of a long pipe filled with powder secreted under the floor j It Is believed this was placed there eleven years ago during the trial of Jackson and Walling for the murder f Pearl BranIAccording to a financial report made FrankIfortrapidly nearing completion just one I eur after the laying of the corner toic Only the construction of the immense dome remains to give the building tile outward appearance of being completed MeetingThere of the Industrial Cooperative Association- at I the McHenry school house June 29th 1907 Meeting called promptly I at 9 oclock a m The purpose of bald meeting Is the subscription of stock and ekctlons of office j Given under my mind this June 171 1907 CHAS K MULLIKIN SpeyI Buy Hair atAuction At any rate you seem to be getting rid of it on auctionsale principles going goingI gone i Stop the auction with Ayers Hair Vigor It certainly checks falling hairt no mistake about this It acts as a regular medicine makes the scalp healthy Then you must have healthy hair for waynThe best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years brJu arer Co Lowell Dina Jliio mane actureu or- SARSAtARILLA AALa LJt PILLS I V CHEWY PECTORAL i J k P t CZOLGOSZ TERRIFIES NEWSPAPER WRITERS Assassins Brother Makes Dire I Threats In Demanding Less Publicity Cleveland June 1C Mlschael Czol gosz brother of Leon Czolgosz assas sin of President McKinley today decided he would force the newspapers to cease using his name He created a scene In one office by making dire threats and had half the office force trembling 1 serve notice upon you right now he said pounding his clenched fist down hard upon the city editors desk that Ill fix you if you dont let me alone Ill do It even if the Government wont make you stop using my name I dont care what happens you wont use It again- Enough Beer SeedlSometime ago n nior Editor who lives In the State of Chip wrote him asking for some California beer seed from which a delightful table drink is made known to many of our readers Inquiry was made far and wide but none could be found A little ad was inserted in these columns By 9 oclock on the morning of the issue the beer seed began coming in and if all we have received since had been placed in fermentation we would have had several barrels on hand now We lire thankful to our many friends wife re snondedand for the further demonstra Lion of this papers worth as an ad 7 vertising medium In Loving Remembrance Of our dear papa Dr L D Cox who died June 21 1900 Dear papa the Idol of our hearts We love you still and weep for you And lift our tearful eyes To him who called you from your home To live beyond the skies Thou host left us papa dearest You have gone from your dear ones Your children and your wife Whom you willingly toiled for And loved as your own life You left behind many broken hearts That have no speech but tears We bow our heads and sadly weep We love you as we loved you when You died one long year ago today Sleep on my precious dear papa Deep In your silent grave Our tears cannot bring you back To our poor aching hearts But will meet you novel to part Oft round your grave we linger With sweet flowers you cherished Oh how hard to leave you Without one smile of your dear face Lord give us strength our loss to bear The Lord gave andthe Lord Hath taken away our dear papa Oh God grant eternal rest to Him and let perpetual light Shine on his silent grave MARY OLD TIME CALENDARS I Tho Saxon Clogg Whence Come the Name Almanac In these days when printed calendars are In evidence everywhere the ques tion as to what device the elder folk employed to help them murk the prog real of time Is not uninteresting They says Verstcgan alluding to the Saxons used to engrave upon cortalne squared sticks about a foot in length or shorter or longer as they pleased the courses of the ruoones of the whole ycare whereby they could alwoks certainly tell when the new tuooncs full moonen and changes should happen as also their festival dales and such a carved stick they called an alllonagbtthat Is to say al rnon heed to wit the record or ob servation of all the moones and hence is derived the name almanac An instrument of this kind was also called tire clogg from its form and matter and had a ring on the upper end of it to hang on a nail somewhere about the house On each of the four sides were three months the days being represented by notches EVery seventh notch being of a larger size represented Sunday Issuing from the right side of the notches wore inscriptions and figures marking the festival days by somo endowment of the saints or illustrating tho season of1 the year by some work or sport char acteristic of It Thus against Juno 29 St Peters day wore carved his keys On Feb 14 a truo lovers knot appeared and against the notch designating Christmas day carousalhornmerry with The Danes Swedes and Norwegians used those almanacs under various names such as Relnstocks Runstocks Runstaffa Anaales Staves Stakes Cloggs ttnnlcl and so forth Before printing was introduced and when theseRuntsregularityThatthey wore often carved on the tops of pilgrims staves or stakes so as td regulate their time of assembling at particular places They were also cut on sword scabbards and implements of I husbandry Those cloggs are not en i r i f nreif a iiM OM Bfjppaa ooeiwta which have been called flnftni of the BUD and which may be regarded aa a species of almanac One of the first printed almanacs or calendars wefts that of John JJulfer who opened printing holies and pus fished his almanac at Quremtjurg in tho year 1472 It gave otonly the choracters of each year and qt the months but foretold the eclipses for thirty years In advance In England the year book of Henry VII gives the first recorded account of almanaca Chicago RecordHerald Lightning Superstition The ancient Romans avoided places struck by lightning The houses If damaged were pulled down or fenced In so that no one could use the build- Ing on which the gods had set the mark of their displeasure This Reeling was probably deepened by the certain localities are visited by thunder storms more than others the wrath of Jove descending In white same time and again In tho same spot And It was the same superstition lingering among Christians In a slightly different form which mode it BO difficult for Benjamin Franklin to Introduce tho lightning rod for the pious Americans of that day declared that It was as Impious to erect rods to ward oft beau ens lightning as for a child to ward off tho chastening rod of Its father The Wood In Old Vlollna Tho woods most favored by tho old masters for violin construction were pine pear lemon ash maple and sycamore and by some of the later men apple was used Boxwood was universally employed for bridges Hawels says A perfectly harmonious marriage Is as rare between violins and their bridges as It Is betwoen men and women Ho deplores tho heart less substitution of new bridges for old ones and insists that a new bridge will never mate perfectly with an old violin and rather than resort to aufr Btltution be advises patching and re pairing tho old one as long as it can be made to last Circle Magazine A Homemade Weather Glass A very reliable weather glass can be made out of such simple materials as an empty salad oil bottle and a quart fruit Jar Having procured these arti cles pour sufficient water into the jar so that it covers the mouth of the bot tle when tbo latter Is Inserted Into the former In fine weather It will be found that the water will rise Into the bottle but will fall back Into the Jar when wet weather Is due Though tho Idea of this quaint homemade baromoI ter Is not new It Is quite reliable A Poor Artist PatienceDo you know Jules the artistPatriceYes but I dont like him Why notr Oh I like a man who can look you In the eye Cant he Why ho cant even paint a picture of a person who can look yon in the eye Yonkers Statesman Characteristic Geniuses are eccentric Some ot them touch every post or tree they run across Most of em touch every friend they run across or almlghtily try toLouisville CourierJournal No man can wear one face to himself and another to the multitude without finally getting bewildered as to which may be the trueHawthorne Picking 8tr Hwb rrTetfc Never pick strawberries when wet or when the dew Is on them It they are to be shipped or held for any length of time before being used Berries picked when perfectly dry will hold up and keep their natural color much longer than If picked when dew Is on them S B Homestead Valuable Land to be Sold On Monday July 1st at 1 oclock p m I will sell my farm situated on the Hartford and Beaver Dam Pike one mile from the court house at public 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 Jle 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 dlcated and as a whole with privilege to reject bids Terms 13 cash bal ance in one and two years with in terest Sale will be on premises FRANK WESTERFIELD TD RENFROW DENTIST All work in his line executed by the most improved methods v Crown and bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next door to Woerners shoe store Hart ford r 1 1 1 f I JJc lJJ JC x 1 QEThe Weather Condition Has deus another week late This season hasnt been normal and looks asif it never would bei We bought anticipating a heavy spring bus iness but under the condition havent had the de mand that we anticipated The result is we must stand a loss First To carry our stock over another year mSecondlobargain means a loss Between the t Owe prefer the latter We are going to create a demand for our marchandise by a reduction of prices ONJUNE2122W- eare going to make a reduction of 10 per cent b1on all white goods in our possession This meaDS lf11 everything that we possess that is white India Linens Swisses White WaistingLinens Nansooks Bleeched Cottons Sheeting Laces EmbrOIderIesm i Lace Curtains White Canvass Ladies and Children and lots of other things too numerous to mention This is a real mark down without a previous markup lIn addition to the above markdown we are go ing to join the Sewing Circle of the M E Church ifor the two days mentioned and will give to this society 8 per cent of our net cash sales Now why not help yourself help the church and help usf L ts see what you are willing to do for Sewing Circle and at the same time get value received Yours respectfully mCarsonINCORPO- RATEDHARTFORD KY m EIj17JlHJbB Ea i FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPO SITION TO BE GIVEN BY THIS PAPER TO TWO MOST POPULAR YOUNG LADIES IN OHIO CO ONE NORTH AND ONE SOUTH OF ROUGH RIVER Question to be Settled By Ballot Under Rules Similar to Our Mammoth Cave Trip Last Year t v Last year The Republican gave fc very successful free trip to the Mammoth Cave for Ohio county school boys determining the favored ones by a popularity contest We feel this year that the young ladles should have a chancgyeSo we have determined to send free of any cost whatever the most popular young lady in Ohio county residing North of Rough river and one residing South of the river to the Jamestown Exposition We do not desire to invite any trouble on the age question and hence make no limit Any lady who may consider herself young enough to make the trip may enter the contest The contest will close Saturday August 31 September one of the editors of this paper and his wife Every Item of expense in bythisCONDITIONS OF CONTEST Every dollar paid in substrlptlohs to The Republican whether arrears or andtheyof less than one dollar will be credited with a proportionate vote Any one will be allowed to vote for a candidate residing in any part of Ohio county regardless of the voters residence clipped whose name appears on the same A supply of blank ballots will be fur nished to any one on application The names and standing of the va timeBooksSelect your candidate and arrange to aid her in every possible way = = c NOT GOOD AFTER JUNE 24 FREE TRIP TO THE JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION This Ballot Will Count 5 Votes for Miss When properly filled out and returned to The Republican officeby mail or otherwise on or before expiration of date shown above I + CASTORIAFor Infanti and Children m Kind YON Hers Always Bwtfct Hears the SJpatarol Jr f 10 ti tJ- I JAMES C BENNETT I 0 flax 125 Hartford K- rLICENSED AUCTIONEERWill reasonai p j