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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r J i IS4 fr- F I T1 rtf r t t public iL rt f it r f Fine Job Work ifDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL TIDE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNfr Subscription 1 per Yeahu VOL XX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY DE EMBER 6 1907 No Ip EVERETT 10 RULE OR RUINa He First Fell Out With As r satiate Officials Then Because His FiftyYea Contract Was Revoked He Kicked Clear Out To the local unionsof the A S a E in Ohio county in particular anl Kentucky In general I At the last meeting of the National c union held in Indianapolis Ind Octo k ber 22 to 26 1907 a new set of officers were elected including a now boardI of Directors This became necessary because of contention and division be i President and other official s Ithe 1t became apparent that President Everitt was dispose to exercise an arbitrary ule over oth er officials and In fact the whole So ciety to the extent that any who would not readily yield to his opinion am Ideas whether they were convinced r that It was right to yield or not He made demands of tho Board of Directors In March last that theY expel from office Director of Organization Charles A Speer because al leged incompetency and it did not a- pr pear to the satisfaction of the Boar that such acion would be justifiable- in view of the obstacles he had to enI tbcounter partly as Speer claims throw by Mr Everitt Mr Ever i itt was very urgent In his demands j and called a second meeting of the Board for the same purpose in July and It became necessary to enter Into a general investigation of affairs ai headquarters and at this meeting charg tes were prefered against Mr Specf by Mr Everitt and against Mr Ey eritt by Mi Speer and also against Mr Everitt by Mr Tubbs N A motion was made and carried unanimously by the Board that each should submit proof of charges and ample opportunity be given each tc defend himself After hearing both complaints and defense of all parties forgpe day and part of one night the Board adopted unanimously the following resolutions as their action in the matter Resolved 1st That this Board of Di rectors Insists that the money coming t Into headquarters beused to give society competent service and a theI plete directory of local Insists that the official organ cptoI Date Farming be used to aid in this I work and to advance the work of i the society in all de partments without pardalityj Resolved 2nd Having heard the va rious complaints of the officials at i headquarters and duly weighed the same it Is the opinion of the Board that It would be Inexpedlnet to take t any decisive action at this time so near the date of tho National Conven tion Resolved 3rd That we exort all at headquarters to lay aside all bickering otriio and contentions and devote their time to tho fulfillment of their duties as laid down in the constitution and bylaws so that when the scoiety as Hombles in National Convention they may present a forcible example to tho l members viz A body of voters ac I brothIerlThis was adopted unanimously and Mr Evorltt and Mr Speer shook hand of their acceptanceas a manifestation I I of the Boards action The Board having continued Its sessions for three days having also night sessions try fug to adjust matters decided that all i had been done that was possible to accomplish at this time and especlal ly after the Impressive scene that fol I lowed the adoption of the above har monious resolution We felt that goo work would follow but to our astonishment in a short time the same old troubles were up again and seemed to grow more aggrevated Finally the l Board was called to meet on the 18thI 1ofOctober Just four days pryor of the National meeting When we arrived In Indianapolis we found i that Mr Everitt had a committee oft fhis own selection called together for purpose of Investigating matters At this meeting he wanted the Board I of Directors to meet as a side show to his committee Among others he Invited to serve on this committee was Vice Presldnet Whlttlng of the National Union but before the time came for the meeting ho counter manded the Invitation of Mr ting who was away from home at thoI r time Mrs Whitting wrote Mr itt a letter Inquiring why he hadrel i u called the invlt UonoMr Evorltt reply was that he slid not consider Mr Whiting competent Mr Everitt also removed Mr Whiting from th Board of Directors and submitted t name of his bookkeeper who had bee- electedI Treasurer without consults ng anyone unless It was the substitute I The claims of Mr Everitt that the con ventlon was Irregular and revolution I ary Is the merest bosh as the timo and place of the meeting was arrang ed at the meeting of the Board o r Directors by unanimous voterTconvention was Irregular only In 11 did not see fit to bow to the will of Mr Everitt His further claim that It was a packed convention ddminate- f d by three State Delegations Js also I false as will be evidenced by the fol lowing facts v There were twenty States represent ed and the greatest unanimity of se- s fluent prevailed on all questions th juncjj Mr Everitt called the meeting to order and was In the chair except when taw fit to vacate until Mr Barns i was elected We are satisfied I at least threefourths of the delegates I went to this convention in love with Mr Evreltt and supposing he was all right but before time came to electt oflcers so many evidences of crookej j ness and other undesirable qualities j were manifest that ash Irreaistable de- mandj was being made for a general house cleaning Seeing this some of cOllsideratQImen j President At last he yielded and came before the convntlon and declliI ed to allow his name to be placed be fore the convention as a candidate There was a general demand for a potent secretary and other help as no Kentucky man for President It wa Continued on fourth page BRADLEY BOUND TO ii NOMINEE FOR SENATOR Fortysix Republican Legisators Pledged to Him and He Has No Opposition There seems to be practically no op position among the Republican mem bers of the General Assembly to for Unltled Campaign Committee in the late cam paignhas recently seen in person many of the newlyelected Republican mem bers of the Legislature and communi sated with most of the others He an nounces as the result of this inquiry that to the present time fortysix mum bers have In writing declared them I elecIIthorized the publication their choice No one has expressed a second choice I Thirtythree members constitute a majority In the Republican caucus there being sixtyfive Republican mem bers of tho Legislature Mr Thatcher says that in addition to the fortysix members ten other members have do clared themselves for former GOI Bradley for tho caucus nominatloual though they have not made any pledg j written declaration as to what they lor do Buford District S S Association I The Sunday School Association of Buford Magisterial district has donei some good work this year the benefits of organization become better known greater advancements caA be made The officers are Pres Luther Hartford VlcoJ cretaIryterfield Home Department 0 L Turner Buford Primary Mrs Perry Kirk Buford House Visitation Mrs Martha WardHartford Teacher Train I L Hoover Two district 11atschools are In operation Mt Carmel Sam Holbrook Supt and Miss Early tfaganj Sec Mt Herman James EllI Is Supt and Miss Maud Ellis Secj Clear Run J L Hoover Supt and Estill Funk Sec Bells Run Jesse Taylor Supt and Miss Donio Taylor Sec Those not in operation- I Woodwards Valley Baptist Beulah I Presbyterian Shlnkle Chapel Meth I jodlBt Washington Methodist Bar Creek Baptist Mt Morlah Methodistr Union Grove Christian No Creek Methodist Look out for ttI I r STAR OF HOPE FOR POWERn t Jury Completed on ThankS t giving Day An Much of the Commonweal I letEvidence Has Been Given The Jury which is sitting In th fourth trial of Caleb Powers Iva completed after nearly four weeks last Thursday This was Thanksgiving day but Caleb had more cause ottie1tas con Repubat him Is real cause for thanksgiving beginntkilled Goebel was fired from the of fico of the Secretary i of State Thi I statement was made by his attorney when a witness was placed on tlv stand Friday morning November l0 to attempt to prove that the shot was fired from that point Further evidence was Introduced FrI day the burden of which was to show that the mountain men who came to Frankfort on January 2uth remained there until after Goebel was killed Witnesses also testified during the day that there were crowds on the streets of Frankfort continuouslY from the time Goebel filed contest against Taylor until after the con stest wasj decided sometime In Febru aryEvidence was introduced on Satur day November 30 showing that ihi mountain men still remained a Frankfort and that it was freely talk ed on the streets there that troubl would eventually result from the con test Col Bennett H Young probably the most Important as as most Interesting witness placed on the stand during tile day He told o having business at the State Huosi and how he passed right by a number of soldiers with guns and bayonets and proceeded to the agricultural building to attend to his business His story was interesting in that he point ed out many feats of bravery on hit part and how he defied all who came In his path whether they be moan taineers or ordinary citizens On Monday December 2nd the cv dtnco was chiefly to show that the peaceful army of Republicans 7ho went to Frannkfovt ou January 25th 1900 to petition tho Legislature as they are entitled to do under vho provision of the Federal as well as State Constitution was not peaceful but a rough crowd of armed men Sev eral witnesses testified during tho day to the effect that Caleb Powers in procuring the crowd to go 10 Franlt fort insisted on having peaceable and orderly citizens and that he on va rious sundry occasions stated that ho always wanted to protect his rights and prevent the Democrats from stealing the office tow hich he was electedTuesdays session of court was mark ed with sensations The first that came to surface was the discovery that Frank Cecil an Important State witness who had been in attendance since tile trial began had mlsterlously disappeared and his whereabouts un known The outer was the dictate by Judge Morris to the effect that the written statement made by Rob ert Noakes soon after the first trial of Powers should be admitted as evl denco In this trial In this statement Noaks says that he was a strong bJ llovor in the people asserting their frights during the contest and that he many unauthorized statementss relative to what might be the ulti mate outcome of the contest lIe says in the statement that about the time Wharton Goldens confession several persons Informed him that he would arrested before the 1 nvesllgatlon the Goebel killing was ovqr and that he saw tho way affairs were go Ing and knew of the amount of the money behind the prosecution and knew tho bad character of Golden and that they were as liable to convict him as any other man in tho State Ho said with these facts In view he went to the prosecution and told them what ho would state In the hope that he woujd be spared the trying ordeal a prosecution IofThis statement has been in the hdAd the attorneys representing Powers during his last two trials but the courts heretofore have ruled It out his evidence in many important points Q vl r i t t L his evidence In many Importan point and practically renders his testimm Y o no vAua The Jury was taken to Frankfort Wed sday to view the grounds and 8Ur s ot the killing that they maybetter understand the evident as It Is produced A dispatch from East St LouisCe dls homo says lFrank Cecil who was subpoenas d as one of the chief witnesses in vh c Caleb Powers trial at Georgetown K whose departure from there Cs used a sensation says he will not returns to Georgetown to attend the Powers trial Cecil said late today that he waited at Georgetown for testifs lte protest of s attorney came homo on Thanksgh ing Wlien he returned Georgetown r upran gered him and ho Immediately re turned here And 1 wont go back he said no matter how much they may want me or how much they abuse me I will be at Frankfort for my own trial In January but no human will get m back jn Kentucky before that time iGKO SHOOTING AT MTIiCHURCH FESTIVA Oil Phipps Whips Out Big Forty Four to Snoot Boy Last Saturday night the quietude o Haytl was disturbed by a shooting affray a church festival being the scene of action and Oil Phipps bo Ing chief actor A supper was being held at the Methodist church for the benefit of the new church Tho guest were sealed around tine festal board Phippstin company with some friends entered They desired seats but there were none vacant A boy about fifteen yeai entfuga1his supper and seemed to take no no taco to the near comers 011 request fed iho boy to vacate and still lie ap geared Indifferent tWhereupon 011 ran his arm about two feet Into his Inside pocket and whipped out a forty four at the same time saying I will move you He sh6t but the buy didnt watt for Oils assistance lie had already moved and another dar key Edgar Taylor who was In range received the contents of the gun the ball penetrating the huge part of his leg inflicting only flesh wound Oil was arrested neXt day and lodged in jail where he yet remains liar ing waived examining trial Monday FirstClass Entertainment The entertainment of 1rof X La Rue at Beans Opera House last Thursday Friday and Saturday nights was one of tho best ever pulled off In Hart ford Prof LaRue Is an accomplish ed hypnotist being able to exert his seeming supernatura power over most anyone Ills subjects were boys and young men of Hartford who volun teered themselves in order to expe rience the Professors hypnotic power While the boys were under the hyp erotic Influence or hypnotized they were directed to close their eyes and in tin Instant they were requested to open them but try as hard as they might they could not They were made to sleep to witness a down pour of rain they were made to sec grapes growing In mid air delicious ripe strawberries on the bare floor The audience was seen by them seat ed on the telling of the hall In stead of the floor a few saw Teddy Bear In abundance on the stage and several of the boys saw white rabbits in countless numbers playing at their feet A number of the boys were placed ina row and asked what their favorite drink was On receiving their answer Prof LaRue would hand them a dipper of water and they would drink it with an air of delight and satisfac Lion In this way the boys thought they drank from the same bucket delicious lemonade orangeade grape juice port wine coka cola and swept milk These are only a few of the remarkable hallucinations optical 11 uslons and palatalizations which the boys experienced badfcSto Rough River Lodge Mr R D Walker Chancellor Com mander Rough River Lodge K of P Dear SirI desido to express to the lodge through you my appreciation of the kindness courtesy and isistanco shown me during my Illness Please give the boys my best wishes and assure them of my appreciation Fraternally yours ARCH LEWIS 4 p RwIE l MEN GUARD WAGON I I Lod With Tobacco ToB Delivered Even Tn Peace Prevails Between Trust Buyers and V Farmers HopkinsvilleVv Ope 1 tobacco of continues to p Into this city tromSl Christian and c gurntsceumies and sltuaUonprospectsney con beengratifyingsocalled panic The goneright0 stand and that therebecn no ngpurposes ttttttipnsBothJ J aU yhaveWI be a meeting of the Christi of aunt ternAssociationat which time reports from eve tina in the county will be heaifJ Hon Joseph Washington of Tsfieewill address the meeting No peace has been declared vlrtualljV tween the trust buyers and the fat 1ors organlzatlonsthcre Is a much enter feeling in the county thougA there has been no lessening of preca- tton As an evidence of this Fairvi- ofcitizens report that a large number wagons heavily loaded with Todd co ty tobacco passed through that place a few nights ago headed for Hopkit ville and every wagon was guard- by four men armed with shot gilt They arrived attheir destination without encountering any obstacle According to reports of experienc tobacco men the present crop is short and considerably above the average I quality For this reason If no other tho growers are expecting better prlco for their product than heretofore though last years prices were tutus ally good According to the latest sta meal Issued by the Department Agriculture at Washington the Hop kinaville district shows a much r duced acreage with quality J 2 It cent with SOO pounds yield to t acre The rank in quality is not sur passed in Kentucky Not only is Christian in flrstnttr shape but nearly all the counties In this region is conning to the frotit with favorable reports The Muhlen berg report says Probably the farm ers of Muhlenberg county are the be situated of any during tho press financial depression The Society of Equity has distributed during Ute last two weeks nearly 1G000 the remalll der of the purchase price of the 190 crop of tobacco by the Independent manufacturers for which of course they are paying cash and the Equityll people will soon begin to present crop which is being pooled advancing a part of the price therefor Our banks are also in fine condition cashing nil checks and turning noth- Ing down Trlgg and Todd make equally satls factory reports Hopkins county is still hampered to some extent It Is re ported by its bank certificate operations but this condition is expect ed to be merely temporary The Hen ilerson market Is opening up and leaf Is bringing 925 lugs 9 and trash J3 It is announccdfrom Owensboro that the trade is ready for purchasing and that the auction house will be open continuously day and night except Sunday with mornnig sales at 830 oclock and afternoon sales at 130 oclock the Misses Gunther Entertain- At their home on Center Street last Saturday night Misses Margaret and Henrietta Gunther entertained a large crowd of their friends at cards Progressive Euchre was the game played and enjoyed by all present twen tyfive games were played the highest number won being seventeen each by Miss Mary Smith Messrs J G Keown and U G Ragland Delightful refreshments were served Charm- Ing piano selections were rendered by Miss Myrtle Williams Those present were Mr and Mrs Rowan Holbrook Mr and Mrs H P Taylor Mr and Mrs R E L Simmerman Mr and Mrs J R Phipps Mr and Mrs Hooker Williams Mr and Mrs C M Barnett Mr and Mrs J S Glenn Mrv and Mrs Heber Matthews Mr and Mrs S A Anderson Mr and f Mrs Z W Griffin Mr and Mrs C E Smith Dr and Mrs E B Pen dleton Mr and Mrs French VIckers Mrs W S Tinsley Misses Hattie Barnett Mary Smith and Myrtle WilN Geand J W Ford FOR THE BUSY READER The second trial of Harry K Thaw WhitehasThe court ordered that a special panel 300 talesmen be summoned for the of the Jury Suit against the American Tobacco Company charging violation of tho antitrust laws of Kentucky was filed by Matthew J HennessyCommon wealths Attorney in the Mason Circuit Court Damages of 5000 aro asked rsCadets at the Kentucky State Col lege at Lexington have decided to at tend the inauguration of the new Governor and will take part in the parade prior to the administration of the oath office The cadets will pay their own expenses A verdict of acquittal was rendered WashlllgtonIncharged with the murder of former Senator Arthur Brown A large crowd was present In the court room and applauded the verdict 4 llI1roleuBoard3Wits last meeting un atIngramedLouIIJlOlJparolescrcjSCGreen prohibitionists are ox newewhichiswitHenon Its dry the ono saloonwill seltvehe lllraty 1rototta and theetstedKentuck CongrossmmtofRoosevelts refI meto tho tariff quo lion in his suggestionr bel11 lIgare as avictory for the ndefeats Inauguration oiv Winson 1907Fortickets P Ky nt tsos 1II1907 Round trip from Beanlt 12 r05 J E WILUjpKy 1J lIT frol T Rome a Box tt o- fChocolates fi t HESE delicious confections I are the purest finestcandy made and will delight the taste of every member of the fam ily upWe freshevery week and in our modem candy case keep it in such perfect condi tion that it fairly melts in your mouth j II Take Home a Box lib 60c 12 lb 30c James H Williams The Store I I c r 4 i Mtv 1v YtfYfM r J 4 Ii 0 I l + 5 f a I J V 0 t JT t I t t t I r I t 1t t I 1 It 1 Ji s qub caii Ih iIK 4 rL iFiheJobWork C DEVOTED TO THE INtERESTS OF ALL lift PEOPLE OF OHIO COUY I Subscription 1 per 1VOL XX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY EKJDAY DE MBER 671907 No i i0 i7 EVERETfl RULE OR RUIN I 1 o He First Fell Out With As tsociaieOfficials Then Because His FiftyYeai 1 Contract Was Revoked He Kicked Clear Out To the local unionsof the A S o f E In Ohio county In particular and Kentucky In general i At the last meeting of the National union held in Indianapolis Ind October 22 to 26 1907 a new set of officer were elected including a new board of Directors This became necessaryi i because of contention and tween the President and other oflclalsI at headquarters U became apparent that President Everitt was dispose- R II to exercise an over oth soIcletyi not readily yield to his opinion and J Ideas whether they were convinccc r that It was right to yield or not I He made demands of tho Board otI Directors in March last i oxpel from office Director of Organlj zation Charles A Speer because al leged incompetency and it did not appear to the satisfaction of the Doard I that such aclon would be justifiable In view of the obstacles he had to euI thrownpi Itt was very urgent in his demand 1and called a second meeting of the for the same purpose in July and it became necessary to enter into j a general Investigation of affairs at headquartersand at this meeting charg es were prefered against Mr Speer t f by Mr Everltt and against Mr Ev eritt by Air Ser and also against i Mr Everitt by Mr Tubbs N A motion was made and carried t unanimously by the Board that each should submit proof of charges and ample opportunity bo given each to defend himself After hearing both t complaints and defense of all parties j for Qne day and part of one night the Board adopted unanimously the following resolutions as their action in the matter Resolved 1st That this Board of DI- rectors Insists that the money coming into headquarters beused to give the society competent service and a com Jple directory of local Insists that the official organ uptoI- I Date Farming be used to aid in this work and to advance the work of I the society in all its legitimate departments without partiality J Resolved 2nd Having heard the vaI rious complaints of the officials i headquarters and duly weighed the same it Is the oplhlon of the Board I that it would bo inexpedinet to take t any decisive action at this time so near the date of the National Conven tion Resolved 3rd That we oxort all at headquarters to lay aside all bickering strife and contentions and devote their time to the fulfillment of their duties as laid down in tho constitution and I bylaws so that when the society as sembles in National Convention they may present a forcible example to the I members viz A body of oficers ac I tuated by a spirit of Equity and broth erly love This was adopted unanimously and Mr Excrltt and Mr Speer shook hand as a manifestation of their acceptance of the Boards action The Board hav lug continued Its sessions for three I days having also night sessions trying I to adjust matters decided that all j had been done that was possible to accomplish at this time and especial ly after the Impressive scene that fol lowed the adoption of the above har monious resolution We felt that goo iwork would follow but to our aston ishment in a short time the same old 4troubles wer up again and seemed to grow more aggravated Finally the Board was called to meet on the 18thIc- of October just four days pryor the National meeting When we arrlvedIn Indianapolis we found j that Mr Everitt had a committee of jlf his own selection called mattersI f the purpose of Investigating At this meeting he wanted the Board 1 of Directors to meet as a sideshowI f to his committee Among invited to serve on this committee was Vice Presldnet Whittlng of the I National UnlonMjut before the time came for the meeting ho counter manded the invitation of Mr r ling who was away from home at the I lF 4 time Mrs Whldbg wrote Mr Vert Ht a letter inquiring why he had re o vr p S Yn I 4Ia Y 4- a called tho invitation Mr Evoritt reply was VhaC ho did not consider Mr Whiting competent Mr Event also removed Mr Whiting from tho Board of Directors and submitted the name of his bookkeeper who had been j elected Treasurer without consultln- t g any one unless It was the substltuit The claims of Air Everitt that the con ventlon was irregular and revolution ary is the merest bosh as the tim and placo of the meeting was arrang ed at the meeting of the Board 01 Directors by unanimous voterPh convention was Irregular only in it did not see fit to bow to the will of Mr Everitt His further claim that It was a packed convention dominate l by three State Delegations Js also I false as will be evidenced by the tolI jIon junIMr Everitt called the meeting to orde and was in the chair except when ln saw fit to vacate until Mr Barne- twaselected We are satisfied tin at least threefourths of the delegate went to this convention In Ipvowlth Mr Evrcltt and supposing he was all right but before time came to elect oficers so many evidences of crooke noss and other undesirable qualities were manifest that ai Irresistable de nand was being made for a general house cleaning Seeing this some 0 the very best and most considerate men in the convention besought Mr Everitt not to become a candidate for President At last he yielded and declitSIforo the convention as a candidate There was a general demand for a petent secretary and other help as ne Keutucky man for President It was Continued on fourth page BRADLEY BOUND TO BE NOMINEE FOR SENATOR Fortysix Republican Legjsators Pledged to Him and Be Has No Opposition There seems to be practically no op position among tho Republican mem bers of the General Assembly to for UnitI Campaign Committee in the late cam paignhas recently seen In person many of the newlyelected Republican members of the Legislature and conimunij cated with most of the others He an trounces as the result of this Inquiry that to the present time fortysix members have in writing declared them selves unequivocally for the former Governor for the nomination and elec Hon as United States Senatorandan thorized the publication of their choice No one has expressed a second choice I Thirtythree members constitute a majority In the Republican caucus thero being sixtyfive Republican mem bers of tho Legislature Mr Thatcher says that in addition to the fortysix members ten other members have de clared themselves for former Coy Bradley for the caucus nominatioual though they have not made any pledg j or written declaration as towhat they will do Buford District S S Association The Sunday School Association of Btjford Magisterial district has done some good work this year and a the benefits of organization become better known greater advancements ca be made The philters are Pres Hartford Vice aIryTurner Buford Primary Mrs Perry Qn1IrslMartha yearontatBarnottscreek r at Shihkle Chapel The following schools aroiln operation Mt Carmel 1 Sam Holbrook Supt and Miss Early Magan Sec Mt Herman James Ell is Suptand Miss Maud Ellis Sect Clear Run J L Hoover Supt and Estill Funk Sec Bells Run Jesse Taylor Supt and Miss Donlo Tay i loT Sec Those not in operation W odwards Valley Baptist Beulah i Meth11odlstKeihpdlst + Grove Christian No Creole Methodist Look out for Juford 1 J J i It r hr FORtCALEB POWERS i Jury Completed on Thanks r giving Day AndMuch of the Commonwealth BeentGiven d The Jury which is sitting in the fourth trial of Caleb Powers was completed after nearly four weeks Thankagivtmore cause for giving thanks than any other American The jury as finally con Repubt to him is real cause for thanksgiving begunttho killed Goebel was fired from the of flee of tho Secretary i of State This statement was made by his attorneys when a witness was placed on the 29ato attempt to prove was fired from that point Frifwas that the mountain men who came to Frankfort on January 25th remained there until after Goebel was killed Witnesses also testified during the day that there were crowds on the streets of Frankfort continuously from the time Goebel filed contest against Taylor until after tho contest was decided sometime in Febru aryEvidence was introduced on Satur day November 30 showing that the mountain men still remained at Frankfort and that it was freely talk ed on the streets there that trouble would eventually result from the con test Col Bennett H Young was probably the rifest Important as well as most interesting witness placed on the stand during the day He told of having business at the State Huosu and how he passed right by a number of soldiers with guns and bayonets and proceeded to the agricultural building to attend to his business His story was interesting In that he point ed out many feats of bravery on his part and how he defied all who came In his path whether they be moue talneers or ordinary citizens On Monday December 2nd the ev ideate was chiefly to show that the peaceful army of Republicans vl1oI went to Frannkfort on January 25th 1900 to petition tho Legislature as they are entitled to do under the provision of the Federal as well as State Constitution was not peaceful but a rough crowd of armed then Soy eral witnesses testified during tho day to the effect that Caleb Powers in procuring the crowd to go to Frank fort Insisted on having peaceable and orderly citizens and that he on va rious sundry occasions stated that ho always wanted to protect his rights and prevent the Democrats from stealing the office tow hick he was electedTuesdays session of court was marked with sensations The first that came to surface was the discovery that Frank Cecil an Important State witness who had been in attendance since tHe trial began had mfsteriously disappeared and his whereabouts un known Tile other was the decision by Judge Morris to the effect that tho written statement made by Rob trialsot Powers should be admltted as evt dence in this trial In this statement Noaks says that he was a strong b3 hover In the people asserting their rights during the contest and that he made many unauthorized statements relative to what might be the ultl mate outcome of the contest He says a In the statement that abut the time I Whorton Goldente confession several persons informed him that he would be arrested before the I nvestlgatlon l of the Goebel killing was pvqr and that he S1W the way affairs were go ing and knew of the amount of the money behind the prosecution and knew the bad character of Golden and that they were as liable to convict hip as any other man in the State Ho said with these facts in view he vent to the prosecution and fold themr what he would state in the hope that he woujd be spared the trying ordeal a prosecution This statement has been In the hdAd the attorneys representing Powers during his last two trials butt the courts heretofore have ruled it out his evidence in many Important points fils Evidence lh many Importan pint and actically renders his tesUmnoy at nluaSThe Jury was taken to Frankfort- Wedpasday to view the grounds and iwrrejjndlnngB of the killing that they understand the evident aa it Ja AdlsPatchfrom East St LouisCe sirs home says Frank Cecil who was subpoenas QI one of the chief witnesses In the Georgetownlcaused a sensation says he will no returns to Georgetown to attend the Powers trial Cecil said late today that he waited at Georgetown foi three weeks to 10 called to testify and despite the protest of the Slates attorney came homo on Thanksglv Infe When he returned Georgetown Monday he said the prosecutor up braided him for having left This an gered him and he Immediately re turned Were And I wont go back ho said no matter how much they may want me or hoW much they abuse me I will bo at Frankfort for my own trial in January but no human will get me back in Kentucky before that time NEGRO SHOOTING AT 1iAYTICNORGH FESTIVAE Oil PMpps Whips out Big Forty Four to Sboot Boy Last Saturday night the quietude o Haytl was disturbed by a shooting affray a church festival being the scene of action and Oil Phipps be- Ing chief actor A supper was being held at the Methodist church for the benefit of the new church The guest were seined around the festal board enjoying the super when Oil Phipps in company with some friends entered They desired seats but there were none vacant A boy about fifteen yeai ofJage was quietly engaged in eatfug his supper and scented to take no no tice to the newcomers 011 requested the boy to vacate and still he ap peared indifferent f Whereupon Oil ran his arts about two feet into his inside pocket and whipped out a forty four at the sumac time saying I will move you Ho shot but the boy didnt watt for Oils assistance He had already moved and another dar key Edgar Taylor who was in range received the contents of the gun ball penetrating the large part of his leg inflicting only flesh wound 011 was arrested next dayandlodg ed in jail where he yet remains having waived examining trial Monday FirstClass Entertainment Tho entertainment of Prof X La Rue at Beans Opera house last Thursday Friday and Saturday nights was one of tho best over pulled off in Hartford Prof LaRtie is an accomplished hypnotist beingableto exert his seeming supernatural power over most anyone His subjects were boys and young men of Hartford who volun teered themselves in order to cxpo lence the Professors hypnotic power While tho boys were under time hyp lotic influence or hypnotized they were directed to close their eyes and in tin instant they were requested to open them but try as hard as they might they could not They were made to sleep to witness a downpour of rain they were made to BOO grapes growing in mid air delicious ripe strawberries on the bare floor The audience was seen by them seated on the ceiling of the hall Instead of the floor a few saw Teddy Bear in abundance on the stage and several of the boys saw white rabbits In countless numbers playing at their feet A number of the boys were placed Ina row and asked what their favorite drink was On receiving their answer Prot LaRuo would hand them dipper of water and they would drink t with an air of delight and satisfaction In this way the boys thought theYldronkrom the same bucket de IclouB lemohade orangeade grape juice port wine coka cola and swept milk These are only a few of theI remarkable hallucinations optical 11= luslons and palatalizations which theI boys experienced rhadkSto Rough River Lodge Mr R D Walker Chancellor Commander Rough River Lodgo K of P Dear SlrI desido to express to the lodge through you my appre latlon of the kindness courtesy andI slstance shown the during my illness Please give the boys my best wishes nd assure them of my appreciation Fraternally yours v ARCH LEWISI i Yl C R1Efl MEN GUARD WAGONS Lotd With Tobacco ToBe Delivered BetTrust Buyers and FarmersV conI ToIfromChristianandnotwithstanding1 in the country prospectscon beengratifYingsocalled panic Theka have gone oldstando een no ngpurposes titutpnsBothautI the Asoclation and Soclet Wlitbeof tersAssociationat which time reports from evtre heHonseewlll address the meeting No tpeace has been declared virtually tween the trust buyers and the fan ers organizationsthcre is a much eater feeling in the county thou I there has been no lessening of lion As an evidence of this Fairvf citizens report that a large number lf wagons heavily loaded with Todd co ty tobacco passed through that few nights ago headed for Hopkins ville and every wagon was guarded by four men armed with shot guns They arrived attheir destination without encountering any obstacle According to reports of experienced tobacco men the present crop is short and considerably above the average in quality For this reason if no other the growers are expecting better price for their product than heretofore though last years prices were unusu ally good According to the latest sta ment issued by the Department Agriculture at Washington the Hop kinsville district shows a munch reduced acreage with quality 92 per cent with 800 pounds yield to ti acre The rank in quality is not sum passed in Kentucky Not only is Christian in fI strat shape but nearly all tho counties in this region is coming to the front with favorable reports The Muhlen berg report says Probably the farmers of Muhleuberg county are the best situated of any during tho present financial depression The Society of Equity has distributed during the last two weeks nearly 416000 the remalt n der of the purchase price of the 1905 crop of tobacco by the independent manufacturers for which of course they are paying cash and the Equity jeoplo will soon begin to receive the present crop which is being pooled advancing a part of the price therefor Our banks are also in fine condition cashing all checks and turning noth- Ing down Trlgg and Todd make equally antis factury reports Hopkins county is still hampered to some extentit Is reported by its bank certificate opera tions but this condition is expect ed to be merely temporary The Hen demon niarket is opening up and leaf Is bringing 925 lugs 9 and trash f3 It is announcedfrom Owensboro that the trade is ready for purchasing and that the auction house will be open continuously day and night except Sunday with mornnig sales at 830 oclock and afternoon sales at 130 oclock The Misses Gunther Entertain- At their home on Center Street last Saturday night Misses Margaret and Henrietta Gunther entertained a large crowd of their friends at cards Progressive Euchre was the game played and enjoyed by all present tyfive games were played the hig est number won being seventeen by Miss Mary Smith Messrs J Keown and U G Ragland Delightful refreshments were served Char Ing piano selections were rendered by Miss Myrtle Williams Those present were Mr and Mrs Rowan Holbrook Mr and Mrs H P Taylor Mr and Mrs R E L Slmmerman or and MrarJ R Phipps Mr and rslOoJ l Ii Glenn Mr and Mrs Heber Matthews Mr and Mrs S A Anderson Mr and I Mrs Z W Griffin Mr and Mrs C E Smith Dr and Mrs E B Pen dleton Mr and Mrs French Vickers Mrs W S Tlnsley Misses Hattio WI1HamsKeown U G Ragland A E Ellis and J W Ford a FOR THE BUSY READER- The second trial of Harry K Thaw WhitehasThe court ordered that a special panel 300 talesmen be summoned for the of the Jury TobaccoCompany antitrust laws of Kentucky was filed by Matthew J Henness Common wealths Attorney in the Mason Circuit Court Damages of 0000are asked 5 College tend the inauguration of the new Governor and will take part in the parade prior to the administration of the oath office The cadets will pay their own expenses 5 A verdict of acquittal was rendered WashingtonIn formerSenatorwas present in the court room and plauded the verdict 54 paroleuBoardelast meeting un atualsvSllay George Hanlon of Lou policeer seeking a parole 0 erclseaGre6n ProllllItionists are ex rIi censehis the e the city llmitsandtvhile yon ll0 dry the one saloonwill sertvehe llllraly Protests and theeVed Ientuc k CongressmenofRoosevelts ref meto the tariff quesHon in his that the tariff siThe suggestion- me des should not bedisturbed at preto victory for thett M as a ers and adefeat for Stow Willson 1907For cetsk aratet oSof07 Finallimit to leave Frankfort I 2 1907 Round trI from Beaher lotr xtA r I JmfCP Rome a BOX d- fChocolates HESE delicious confections 1 J are the purest finest made and will delightthe- taste of every member of the family from the baby up everyhcandiGmTakeHorne a Box lIb 60e 12lb30c James H Williams The Store IIr V r jI 0 t I t M V t + Jt u Ti lrlENDiU VIOLIN v if Stripp Pop Makes New t Harmonies a Pus 1 sibility An Innovation In violin playing this at attracting considerable attention bas boon brought about through the in senuity of Lester L Sargent of Wash ington D C who has contrived a slm h a le but distinctly useful G utrt- limp B to enable the violinist to plaj simultaneously on three strings of his instrument whereas heretofcro It has ti been possible for him to play BUS lalnod chords of two notes uiily at it r time Thus the dominion of tho king t t of Instruments will be extended Into i the realm of harmony as well as or melody The new device Itself Is a small wedge r shaped piece of bridge wood Insert od on the violin bridge under the G t string Its dimensions while depen Mont to some extent on the height ti t N the bridge on the used and the chart LC 1 tar of the music to be played are ordinarily as follows Thickness 3 t of an inch length of an Inch wldt t 316 of an Inch or slightly less The ihypothenuce of the prop is curved t o lit smoothly on the bridge of the violin and a notch for the G string i n also made To erect the device on the violin Is an easy mater It being onlY aiecessary to turn down the G string about a tone to Insert the prop underneath and then to tune up the FtHn g rp with care In effect It becomes a com poiient part of the bridge It eel f tit I1t 10 can always be easily removed This method of elevating the G just enough to bo sounded simultaneously V with the D and A strings takes awa 3 We tho mechanical obstacle that Ole Bu managed to overcome by moans ofJ Slut bridge andhls remarkable tpi dc torso but which no other violl has attempted to cope with That this method of playing iit llrejy novel Is evidenced by th- r b Ihat all wcrl on orhestratlo UJollnskit three and four voced cb OW ullC 1 I we played us arpeggios Rutred- tithe at Ibeautlful effect is h command of the vlollrgtN uis true that there are nmadeof ttiuns in which use hasg beautiful rthe voHlbllltlOB of w r strings r shams on thb three elIllStoo violin Do Bell fcerimw L tits fifth ure composers remulns chiefly foj t toof mnaic for the Ytory of the vlo present composlg violin patTheenUu eC violinists more obtaina i feel that your stomach 11heuevele wrong or when you i das gone 3not in good order as In teal that t y means headaches ner ns evliler breathaud belchingtake I vottsnesIt times and especiallY at- somelhats until relief is afforded tm 1 nothing better offered the- Tlte9day for stomach troubles JIU a Indigestion etc than KO preparationDOuralfble acids and k containe the A juices found In every healthy oath KODOL Is guaranteed to relief It is pleasant to take it F fl make you feel fine by digesting Mat you eat Sold by all drug tests m I Nearest Relatives of Daniela Boone Mrs M A Boone now in her- r eightyfifth year wife of a grandson in of Daniel Boone is the near r ept relative alive today She has made her home with her daughter Mrs 3orad Unfug in Walsenburg Colo fort number of years and no one would I say that she was more than sixtyfive tl Judging from her erect form bright eyes and interesting conversation This ajentle woman of Kentuckyteling of her life says I was born in Ken tacky and like all southern women of t my class have never been in the habit of working having colored f servantsWhen I married and moved to Kan v 9 City I thought 1 was far from I V tialIzation and It was some time be= dvoI adapt myself to western wayshusband t having no doubt In JYfrom grandfather a love t t 4 lierttefl ure decided in1860 to go west I ofadtfeax rado and seek his fortune into Ctflo irmlned to accompany him and I aett tIe children My husbands I our Ilt A G Boone was tIle I 4 fwith CdLat Fort Lyon and tho c I Indian age ere is now Pueblo was of Sti your destittattonquite comfortable for Ve a spring wagon and t days ll1vmlI of our party fol i thou mules while othcntjt Wfjp In the fall flowed r in ox ArtaItied on a home 18W that we stetlow Pueblonowor miles t hteaa tWenty station was there l Lbonebuiltone flrsltwthing assisted nY that1 did 1u lIYD1ycllfllrent tI year and the following fall when my husband told mo that a freight train back to aKnsus bt wagons was going City and that we would return 1 wanted to go in less than two bours I had packed everything for starting In Kansas I found the border war In progress and 0011 far civil war dlllons changedeuln 1802 wo went In Colorado Hero we lived gP through the hardships and exclteeni of frontier life Kit hus Colorado scout was a friend of Itened band and many a time I have to him telling his experiences andtroublemoIndians were 4The In tho s times we took abet towns fort Never did I expect tdeO but and railroads in newome seconcoming by ten years after our miles I taking the stage twontTvo statlonrroadwas able to reach a to Kansasny and rode In cars all the sprung uti City As for the townrhey a few yearswitslike magic and whose frlen we bad many nelghrB shall never f yetMyago and I makeliving children six ella-jn8tronI have tr1010since I came and keep houso forachesoNIlls or no tho family are away 64my daughter m case of sickness from home my possession Donli Boonesrrhono The hone Is a wood and Is piece of lay for its purpose as tbo as day wiDaniel himself honed bis trazor c- Arrou having trouble with your There are lots of people kldV who wonder why they have taracross the back why they nre tIand lacklngin energy and am Jim Your kidneys are wrong The d relief without delay Take De Ufa Kidney Bladder Pills they for weak back infllmmation of ho bladder backache and weak kldnc r THE TRUST AND THE TOBACCO GROWERS Its Operation the Return to Farmers Less Than Twen ty Cents a Day From time Immemorial tobacco leaf had been sold In the tobaccoraisin regions at tho free competition of buy There wan never any quoted Ilriee or tobacco as there is for wheat or cotton but the farmers brought theirI tobacco to mrket and the buyers were wont to bid for It The Trust has changed all this for now in a great part of the tobacco region there Is but one buyer Tho Trust makes the price what It pleases and the farmer must accept this price or take his tobacco home again Under tho operation of this system such tobacco as for years had broughtf1 a free and open market six to clght cents a pound sells for three cents a pound or less Tho land that had formerly produced 75 to 200 an acre noi yields less than half of Its former returns and a distinguished Kentuckian has calculated that In his State because of the operation fo the trustlu returns to the tobacco farmer are less than twenty cents a day forhls la- In four of the countries of Europe that twenty cents a day for his la bor trance Italy Austria and Spain to bacco Is a Governments business and these four Governments buy in the United States every year about one million pounds of tobacco The Trus with the buyers for these Governments that they should havo a certain fixed territory In the South which they might buy without opposition provided they should buy nothing outside of that territory When this arrangement was made it destroyed the last chance of competition and gave over the producer bout his despoiler Against these conditions tho farmer of tho South havo protested to the courts for everystep In the Trusts proceedings has been wholly Illegal am specially prohibited Yet the law has never beenenforced upon this Trust nor has the Government until lately given dt any greater heed than Is in Lived In some feeble quickly abandoned inquires Charles Edward Russell In the December Everybodys r + Remarkable Rescue That truth is stranger than fiction has once more been demonstrated in ho little town of Fedora Tenn the residence of C V Pepper He writes I was in bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of tho lungs and throat Doctors failed to help me and all hops md fled when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery Then Instant ellef came The coughing soon ceased the bleeding diminished rapidly md in three weeks I was able to go o work Guaranteed cure for coughs id colds COc and 100 at all druggists m OEl XCRrAlean th 9The Kind You Haw Alwap BOgbl- SlpAture pr w R ti 4rrt tyV P MOTING 11 TRADE INTllEfAST I How German Exporters are Proposing tot Accomplish It oA Berlin dispatch repots thafmuc Is hoped from the visit of American Treasury officials to that country ifii tho way of promoting American trade As the steamship service Is already ample it is as plain tis a pike staff that the only way forGermany to in- creaSe her sales to this country is by reducing prices Germany is at no disadvantage under our Tariff laws I1 compared with other counties althoug the United States is at great dlsadvan tago in German Under the Tariff laws of that country The special comp tl tion of German manufacturers is with Americans In the same line Now the Germans are quite willing tore duce prices to a point which will dis place American goods provided that they are permitted to sell at a good deal higher prices at home Unfortunately that under our laws cannot be done The price at wile goods are sold In Germany is the price on which the same goods must pay duty on entering the United States HUh erto those laws have been enforced What Is hoped by the Germans from the visit of our Treasury officials It that hereafter they shall not be enforced but that by juggling with the regulation which are prescribed by tho Secretary of the Treasuryit shall be made difficult or Impossible tc place before our appraisers the evi dence that Importations are under valued Reliance is placed on our ex cutlve departments to defeat by chang of the regulations the effect of thaw We suspect that they have some reasons for hope Wo wish they had not We favor the enforcement of the letter and spirit of the laws national state and municipaland If hey are not satisfactory they can be hanged If the American people want ireeTraUe or a lower Tariff let then ihange the laws but until they are hanged they should be obeyed even If by their violation trade can be promoted by substituting foreign fo domestic productsSan Francisco Chronicle A There Is something about Kennedys axatlvo Cough Syrup that makes it different from others as It causes a free yet gentle action of the bowles through which the cold Is forced out of tho system Atthe same time It heats irritation and allays Inflammation of the throatand lungs It Is pleasant t2take Children like It Contains no opiate for narcotic Sold by all druggists m 4 Nothing In It How often do you make the above mark as you look through the home paper sand never stopto think what It really means A good solution is given by the Carthage Democrat Frequently you pick up one of the local papers and after glancing at the headlines wearily thrust it asd e remarking Nothing In the paper today Did you ever stop to think what that phrase nothing in the aper today means It means that wring the day or week just passed no misfortune has befallen anyone In our county that the grim angel of death has crossed no threshold of a lend that no man driven by liquor hatred or fear has taken the life of n fellow human that no poor devil haunted by the past or misdeeds of tome other has crossed the divider r his own hands that many things that ought not to happen havnt happened So the next time you pick up a paper that doesnt announce a tragedy give a little thanks instead of rumbling because htere is no news Dewitts Little Early Risers are tho test pills mads They do not gripe Sold by all druggists m Railroad Ties Eat Forrest- A hundred million ties a year are being used by the railroads of the Couritryaccordinp to calculations made tinder the direction of the Forest Ser vice The railroad paid 50000000 for ties in 1906 and used timber equival ent to the whole product of 600000 acres of forest The average price paid was 48 cents per tie Approximately threefourths of the ties were hewn and onefourths sawed x I Oak the chief wood used for ties furnishes more than 44 per cent nearl onehalf of the whole number while the Southern pines which rank second contribute about onesixth Douglas fir and cedar the next two with ap proximately equal quantities supply less than onefifteenth apiece Ten per cent of the ties purchaser were treated with preservative either before they were purchased or at the treating plant of the railroad company At least ten railroad companies are I operating their own plants for the preservation of their construction mater ial I With nearly 300000 miles of railroad tracking and approximately 2800 ties to the mile there are over 800000000 ties constantly subject to wear and de cay The railroads report that in the form of ties cedar lasts eleven years cypress ten years and redwood nine yenrsIOf the many forms In which wood used ties are fourth In costsawed lumber being first firewood second and ihlngles and laths third It has been calculated that the amount of wood teed each year In ties is equivalent to he products of 600000 acres of forest and that to maintain every tie In the track two trees must be growing Thousands of men and women In aU walks of life are suffering from kidney and bladder troubles Dont neglect your kidneys Delays are dangerous DeWitts Kidney and Bladder PUls afford quick relief for all forms of kidney and bladder trouble A weeks treatment 25c Sold by all Iruggist m Ave of the Presidents In vigorous health from his brief bear hunting vacation President congratulatlonsSunday Of the elected Presidents of tho United States Washington was fifty even when Inaugurated disregarding the odd months Adams and Jackson yero sixtyone Jefferson Madison and J Q Adams fiftyseven Monroe fifty Ight Van Bruen and Mckinley fifty four Polk fortynine Taylor sixty four Pierce fortyeight Buchanan ilxtyfive Garfield fortynine Cleve and fortyseven Benjamin Harrison ortyflve The oldest elected President installed was William Henry Harrison at Ixtyelght the youngest Grant at for yslx The average age of the twen yelected Presidents when Inaugura ted was above fiftysix years includ ing the odd months Washington Jefferson Madison Mon roo Jackson Lincoln Grant Cleve I land and McKinley were Inaugurated In second terms at an average age of sixty odd months Included Grant when inaugurated for the second time was the youngest reelected President i not quite fiftyone Of Presidents reaching their officer way of the Vice Presidency Tyler was fiftyone Fllmore fifty Johnson 4 Iftysix Arthur fifty average age odl months included about fiftytwo and nethird Mr Roosevelt himself was not quite fortythree when he became resident upon McKlnleys death He was Inaugurated In 1905 at fortysix Upon March 4 1909 Mr Roosevelt will be fifty years four months and seven days oldtwo years younger thane average age of Presidents promotI cd from the Vice Presidency six years hunger than tho average of Presl dents beginning a second elective termNew York World A Fortunate Toxnn Mr E W Goodluoe of 107 St Louis St Dallas Tex says In tho past ear I have become acquainted with Dr Kings New Life Pills and no lax nth I ever before tried so effectually disposes of malaria and bllllousncss I They dont grind nor gripe 25c at all druggists m I The discrimTnaHn g + ++M+ +4o ++ THE KENTUCKY Light and Power Co INCORPORATED WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE RT GOSH s 1 ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEAN i HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME t OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEMWHEN INj1 A REACH MLHEAVRIN Manager q oJ oJ +++++ + + of fa 11 I Ohio County Supply Co fiJr1porpcuo1Cc1ficrl Hartford Ky bit fi bit 1 Hardware Machinery and all Kinds E 1 4 of niIplnlefentstM 4RWe carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you t Jo buy a Buggy you do not want to make a mistake in material and jft workmanship We handle only the best makes and can therefore Jf- f2 recommend all our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers 4c Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Blue ty 4iand Moline with all repairs for same 4iA full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Roofing Mycrs Deep fc- Vt Well Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds t 41 of Field SeedsbAJo We handle the following well known brands of Wagons Mitch J 4ell Mogul Blount and Owensboro Also Deering and Milwaukee 4 Harvesting Machinery M 4q We sell the best Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn lJl fi Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers MC and Swings Tho largest supply house in Ohio county Give us a J fi call Prices always equitable iS1 Cq d w 1Incorporated MANUFACTURES THE PA IOUStEGYPTIAN CEMENT VAULTS 1 K And puts them in the grave The only absolutely C perfect vault made It is watertight airtight ver min and wormproof The greatest invention of the g age If you desire to lay away tho dead in the mostt satisfactory manner you will certainly demand oils IR of these vaults Manufactured right here in HartIIt ford f BLACK BIRKHEAD Mgrs h IitMt Jm farmer keeps o SUpgly of I I LINIMENTFortendons wind puffs and alt lameness In horsesfor for ho sheepghocjjS 4 poultryAT J Send for free book on Horstrs Cattle Ilo 1tJ + r1 5O4 Ioor- FAr tSSloan Bostdn Masic r l t1J J ft 11 f t4i j 1 TiJtl1P t s M v II- T r J p I fe b to L GARDENOF FIE TY BUCKETS r J 1is Runy a Chinamen and Grows Crops In The Short Space of Five Days ir jfeWater Being the Soil and t Sunlight 4 V A garden of buckets in which I ways product is raised in five and a crop produced every da In the year is carried on in Phlia iJhla Chinatown by Lee Ling Then e v o r consists of fifty cedar bucket- I and in them Lee raises at a profit of 700 per cent a product called Ha choy or 11 chow which is largely used In Chinese cooking says the Philadelphia Ledger Lees garden is one on which the sun never shines There is no tilling of the soil for there is no soil t i neither is there any weeding for weeds have no opportunity to grow Water Isthe agency which makes things thrive in the garden Lla choy Is sprouts from a Chinese bean These beanS are Imported They are about the size of a small pea+ and have a hard shiny olivegreen shellThe sprouts from the bean are a white as the most perfectly bleach ed celery and have a sweet taste that savors of the artichoke orj tender spring radish At their high Lest stage of development they areI about four inches in length and a thick as the ordinary lead penciltWhoever has eaten yockemain in a Chinese restaurant has eaten lla choy for these and many other dishes prepared by the Orientals can scarcely be served without It As a result thousands of pounds of the product Is used every week 4 But the garden in which lie choy is grown by Leo Ling is an interest ing thing Side by side in the cor ner of a long dark room fifty wood en buckets with battened tops ar arranged Into two or three these are put two pounds of Chines- beans each The little green pellets are then covered with luke warm water and allowed to stand Gradually they ab sorb the water and by the end of the first day they have swelled to twice their normal size More water is then sprinkled over them and the covers of the buckets are replacedt At the end of the second day the Jackets of the beans have burst and a tiny sprout appears In the meant time a frosty quantity of beans has been put into two or three othe- o buckets and treated as in the first case Every day a naw lot of seeds are planted in additional buckets so that at all times there are crops in various stages of development By the end of the third day the beans in the first bucket have sent t out sprouts an inch long which begin to curl and twist in every dl mat hterhalf full of what at first glance re sembles a lot of coarsely chopped k cabbagebFrom this tf water is poured over the sprouting growth gradually swells up In the i in buckets until at the end of the fouth day the vessel is filled with a mass of clear whiteshoots The tops of the buckets are fastened down andn the sprouts twist and In- terlaceb in the dnrlcnesst1I Gradually the power exerted by the growing roots becomes such that it is necessary to release the tops of the palls The lla choy then expands until the while curly mass extends five or six Inches above the top of the is vesselaFrom et to the very top of the to growth there is nothing but a mass of clean crisp white sprouts Tho palls are then emptied and the sproutsare shaken Up and raked over by hand until they all He as loose as so many straws in aplle The green shells of the beans are picked put and then the lia choy Is Jut In baskets and placed In the tore tor sale The buckets are put back in place and fresh beans are put into them So by planting in succession in the various vessels as the crops are completed there is a neverending I supply of the lia chop I The imported beans planted in the t strange garden cost about five centsI pound From the two 1 placed in the bucket about sixteen pounds of Ha choy is grown The pro duct sells for five cents a pbundI Therefore on an Investment of tenI cents Lee Ling obtains a salable comodlty valued at eighty cents The demand for the vegetable is t very great the Chinese restaurants using from 100 to 200 pounds a day L each in a week y r pay the Man Better It Is becoming constantly more dif i i p t + ua t Of fntarfest To Won0 such women as are not seriously put cf health but who have exacting duties to perform either In tho wAy of house h Id cares or In social duties and func tl igjyhlch8erlously tax their strength as we othe Dr Plerco s Favorite Proscription has a most valuable su rUng tonlc and Invigorat ing nervine By ltetlmcly use much serious sickness nndSl1lrer nil mnv be voided Thoc e tagble and tho surgeons knife wo + LJisJJxoeIiev- e c I twocmwlovcd If this most Ya ua omaI c to In good time The Favorite Prescript on has provenTU great boon to expccta mothers by preparing the system for coming of baby thereby rendering child birth safe easy and almost painless Pierceaa o patent medicine against which the mos naturallytotof their composltlonandharmless character but Is a jirniciNB OF KNOWN COMPOSI beingsAn examination of this list o ingredients will disclose tho fact that It Is nonalcoholic In its composition chemlc takinYItt Its makeup In thl9connectlon I may not bo out of placo to state that th Favorite Prescription of Dr Pierce 1 tho only for the euro of womans peculiar weaknesses and all ments through druggists all tho ingredients of which have tho un salmons endorsement of all tho leading medical writers and teachers of all tho several schools of practice and that too as remedies for for which Favorite Prescription Is recommended- A little book of endorsements wit be sent to any address postpaid and absolutely free if OU request same by postal card or letter of Dr R V Pierce nUfJalolN Y Pleasant Pellets cure con stipation Constipation Is tho cause of yousicult to recruit men for the army to keep men from deserting after they recruited Unfortunately there ex- lists a strong popular prejudice punishment of deserters hone- here is no way of holding the me except by paying them better wage- and making a military career more worth while New Orleans Picayune THE RECEIPT MIXED OFTEN Druggists Hear Much Praise Mixturee Lots of Men and Women Her Had the Simple HomeMadeI Mixture Prepared Some remarkable stories are being old about town and among the coun people coming in of this simple homemade mixture curing Rheuma and Kidney trouble Here is thej recipe and directions for taking lIlxI onehallrunce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Kargon three ounces Compound Syrup Sjxrsaparllla Take as a dose one teaspoonful after mealsI and at bedtime No change need bernade in your usual diet but driug plenty of goodj water This mixture writes one authority in a leading Philadelphia newspaper as a peculiar tonic effect upon the- idneys cleaning the cloggedup poresI of the eliminative tissues forcing the- idneys to sift and strain from theI lood the uric acid and other pols onous waste matter overcoming Rheu madam Bladder and Urinary troubles a short whileEA New York druggist who has hndE hundreds of calls for these ingredl since the first announcement i the newspapers last October state the people who once try Itswear it especially those who have Urinary and Kidney trouble and suffer with Rheumatism The druggists In this neighborhood say they can supply the ingredients which are easily mixed at home Ther said to be no better bloodcleansnlg carIttatnlyuse NEW WAY TO USE TELEPHONE Heart To Heart Talk Over The Wire Place Transmitter to Chest Talk netin Conversational Tone and the Result Will Surplrse your 8rlips to the transmitter of a telephone be heard at the other end of the wire The sumo results may be obtained by placing the transmitter firmly against the chest and speaking in a natural ftone and this Is no mental telepathy story If you have any doubts place the transmitter to your breast and tell Central the number you want This 9tct was not known to the telephone experts when they prepared the in structions for the use of the cent vance They advise you to stand to the receiver The now system is sure to prove popular to tardy husbands who 3t got mixed up with the boys ManyI wives are so keen of perception that they can almost detect certain odors over the phone This method of com munlcation completely disarms even the most suspicious wife The chest system is sure to gain favor among those who have fear of tdhe one i tary ways that has been discovered communtcta germs o persosn there was nothing surprising about the principles involved in the chest system although he frankly admit ted that it had never ocurred to him or any one else before to test its practiclblllty This physician was one of the first to make the experiment Last night he was called over the telephone and the chest system was explained to him The person calling him then placed the telephone to his chest against the vest and said bo you hear mje physicianeare for Thanksgiving dinner was the next quest6n Turkey came back the prompt reply I can explain it very easily said the physician The sound vibration in the lungs Is communicated to the transmitter through the chest in stead af through the lips and is then carried over the wire in the usual wayThe chest system is In accord ance with the principle of stethoscope which Is used by physicians t determine whether the heart an lungs are sound Every vibration of heart and lungs may be detected by means of the stethoscope throug- which a person may hear his own heart beat The physician said last night tha- s he had any doubt as to the cant tary condition of the telephone in the future he would place the transmitter to his chest He stated that if the transmitter were held next to the skin that the sound would Je much clearer He aid that the sound wave passing through the chest was on the same catnholdlndG it to his ear but can hear it tinctly by holding Is against his teeth However he said that not al deaf people were possessed of hear- Ing through their teet- hPostOffice e Humor An amusing story comes from one o outlying country towns of New exercltoed 060000000000000000 OOOOO 0b 0 baby DO0Nursing 4- 1o Its a heavy Strain on mother to 0Hersystem is called upon to supply o nourishment for two 0 Some form of nourishment that wilT be easily taken up by mothers system 10 is needed OOJtOt0mentt ihelpedALL DRUGGISTS SOc AND 1- 0044444444444444444440fr l TI YY1r y his Humor at the same time by post ing ui a new set of rules in hfsipflce They were Inkbottles may be corked hens oot by post V IIt is unsafe to post apple or fruit trees which the fruit on them Jsall postmasters are expert liq gulsts the addresses may be written in Chinese or Hebrew- S Persons are not compelled to lick their own POstage stamps and envel opeshe postmaster will do this for them Persons are earnestly requested not to send postcards with money orders attached as large sums are lost f that way It is particularly requested that o- ems writing to each other will please confine their gushing rhapsodies to the Inside of the envelope Nitroglycerin must be forwarded at the risk of the sender If is should blow up In the postmasters hands he cannot be held responsible When watches are sent through the post the sender should put a notice on the outside the postmaster will then wind them up and keep them in going order When sending a money order in a- ri letter always write full and explicit directions In the same communication so that any person getting the letter can draw the money When letters are received bearing no direction the person for whom they are Intelnded will please signify the fact to the ppstmaSter that they may at once be forwardedPhlladelpbla Record t Just a little Cascasweet is all that is necessaryto give your baby when It Is cross and peevish Cascasweet con tame no opiate nor harmful drugs and is highly recommended by mothers everywhere Comforms to the Nation Pure drugJgists m atKings as Linguists Perhaps the next best linguist to the King among those sitting upon Eu ropedn thrones is the Kaiser whoso French Is extraordinarily pure and idiomatic and who also speaks excel lent English although ho has never been able to rid himself of a strong German accent But the Emperor employs a foreign tongue only on state occasions when it is a case of noblesse oblige and even while fully aware ofI the Czars dislike to most things GerImanincludlng the languagehe speechi fies to Nicholas IIs polite French toasts in sonorous guttural German The Kings of Spain and Italy are also good linguists and among the Queens and Princesses of Europe the talent for languages is quite extraordinary and adds greatly to tho grace and charm of modern court life TitBits DeWUts Carbolized Witch Hazel Salvo dont forget the name and no sub stitute Get DeWitts Its good for piles Sold by all druggists m Mr Blames Request Years ngojust two weeks after Gro ver Cleveland had been inaugurated Githe White House and into Mr Cleve afterwardIII land that ho camp to ask a favor on tly one favor of the Administration the defeated one told the PresI- dent that he hoped sincerely that a certain man In Maine a DemocratI would not bo given the was known ho craved I Mr Blaine told Mr Cleveland that the campaign of the summer and fall had been a campaign of personal abuse and of mudslinging in i which neither party chelf had a part and which both discountenanced rho Maine man whom Mr Blaine wished t to have denledthe office that he sought 1was the man who in largo part was ro spouslble for certain stories concern- Ing the early personal life of Blaine which even had they been true never should have seen print Mr Clevelands answer to Mr Blain on that occasion was never known In its exact form but this much was knowntho Maine mud slinger asked for- r his office only to have his request met with pointblank denial CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought s Bears the- Signature oft V Hows ThisIWe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward I for any case of Catarrh that cannot 4 be cured by Halls Catarrh Cqre F J Cheney Co Toledo O- We the undersigned hake known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and be ve hIm p fectly honorable in all business transactipiiB and financially to carry out any obligations mad by his firm Walding Kinnan di Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent tree Price 76q pjpr bottle Sold by all Druggists r 1 t Take Halls Family Pllle for consti- TinHnn1 ulVVm- S r Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in uso for ocr 30 years has homo tho signature or17 and has been made under his per sonal supervision sInce its infancy ttS Allow no ono to deceive you iu tIlls All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are butExperiments that trifle with and endanger tho health ofInfants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms J and allays Feverishness It curc Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho sleepTimGENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of VTA The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TNt eiMTMiM ootinurr TT MUHHAV oTmcr NEW YORK C- ITYOUR tt r CLUBBING RATESi THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald 135 THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaVeek Owensborolnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 370 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and NationallIagazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 130 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN oCapita v t I 25000 Surplus Profita2500 Will loan money from 1 day to 12 months Thlj is your Bank Come in DIRECTORS Gnbe Likens Alvin RowoBurch Felix Jim Poll Stevens Z Wayne Grltfin t SOIL4Q f 1rf C and Well Known Firm of i1 itir JR For anything they need on the farm They 49 handle Plows of all kinds and makes Disc J gfibuggies for young folks and old folks j = In Addition S = We have the best equipped shop in Ohio county 4fi fitted with the Jateat improved machinery ami up fc = pliancesand besides all kinds of general Blacksmith = ing can do many jobs in firstclass shops that other J 49 shops cannot do at all Everything at very moder jtate pries lit = tVILLIAMS MILLER = BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY t- I i ffi t I r r t r ijjut i iff tf f t f- Fb I I 4 1 r ii L hti a a 1 w ublicah Jo Compsi KNGTTI 1liAtt wd1ITH rELzPaOzrES Ottimbslaud 3o- fRouCh 31vr a FRIDAY DECEMBER 6 Examine the label on your paper If a It not correct notify us r An exchange pauses to remark Tho Taft boom is not apt to be pulled for fast driving And H Gassaway Davis recent I Democratic candidate for Vice Pres j t ident Age 84 is soon to wed a for mer newspaper lady Political defeat itt 1 awakens some tender emotion It is suggested that It will erelong 5 be a settled policy of law that ever 1 t one who carries a derringer is derang ed Killed none hurt none scared a most all This sounds like the Hartford Heralds summary of the rece- i J financial panic as it now sees it 1 Mr Bryan says that when two De- I ocrats confer it is for the good of t country More especially if it is abo Mr Bryans nomination Some Critically remark as soon as j Roosevelt thinks he talks This may be objectional but not quite so much tJ as the man who talks without thinking On the eighth page of the Repub lican will be found the message of President Roosevelt to the Sixtieth 4 Congress It appears in an abridged form which makes it more compre pensive than the entire message which o consists of about 29000 words would be The message is worthy of study and our readers can well spare the time to read It Our report of the Saunders suit to recover money bet on Hager in the re cent election has gone the rounds of the dally press It appeared as special i dispatches from Hartford In four Lou isville two Owensboro and two Cin dailies to say nothing of the t Iclnnatl weeklies that used It It was to daily newspaperdom a better news Item than we knew Tho Hartford Herald closes Its dis Itcusslonhas been pleased to call tho recent money stringency by the follow ing characteristic observation In which we infer that It hopes in a measure to justify its re cent unwarranted utterances concerning tho situation The Republican would do well to adopt the same lau dable course of trying to keep its readers informed of current events I instead of picking flaws in a contem porarys honest efforts in that direr tlon If byan honest effort we fall t as utterly as the Herald has in this matter to rightfully inform the public we dont know that we care to try to keep our readers Informed of cur lon events Ta Ta Lets have some more financial lIanlcI YilliJORAY SUBSIDE IefIIserlgthe prop r thlig tar Kentucky Demo oratr to do to got together the elec tion of Uuukluiwi being the first thing the CourierJournal says Tnt CoQrivrJnurnl hRS made 110 1 DeckIllballilitino indifference That which it op 1 J iS and win always oppose Is the- oI ficobrokornRo LmsliiObs calling itself 1c VIQ Democratic party which the Guv ornor has set up in Kentucky and for I which he ptamlH There can never be ranyeffective party union or any De 1 i mocracy worth a hill of beans until thi3 Is wholly eliminated and becomes a tit II of the past It stinks In the nos rtry of decent people It cost us the los tho State in the recent election We shall not recover that unless we sub J stitute Democratic principles for Machine Methods and raise a crop of Dem ocradc leaders who know the dlfferene between Populism and Democracy Put that In your pipe and pul at It Urey I tSince hooray has so recently given r over his freedom of speech which em 1 braced ideas such as the CourierJour t t nal here expresses and been myctc t t iously and wonderfully converted to k J Beckhamism we suggest that It Is about time for him to subside for awhileWednesday Afternoon Flinch r Mrs J F V kers gave a enjoyable flinch at her home on UnionJ street Wednesday afternoon Thirteen games of progressive flinch were play ed Miss Hattie Barnett winning hlgh w est number ten The lovely litiieU lies were decorated with the photograph of Mrs Vickers little daughter I each being in a different pose Those y l present were Misses Sophia Woer nerNHattle Barnett Mattie Sanderfnr and Lettle Marks Mesdames II Pr Taylor Henry Fields P B Tayloi- r II r c A E pate W1 8 Tlnajpy E EBlrlIt head E W Ford F It FelixR wan Holbfopkil TR Barnard S A At derson Heber Matthews Z w Gr fin J S Glenn CMDarnett Pendleibn and C E Smith BEAVER DAM Dec 5Rev A B Gardner llled his regular appointment here Sunday morning and nJglifI Bro Andrew of Stonevllle N C preached at the Christian church Monday night Miss Sallie MaLean of 0reenvllt spent Thanksgiving with Hho familY of Mr John H Barnes Mrs J P McKenney has returned 1 homo after a weeks Visit to rel awes In Rochester MrW M Wright of Louisville is spending a few days with the tars icy of Mr O Stevens Messrs Marshal and Homer Eblln of Louisville who have been visiting their sister Mrs John iI Barnes foi the past few days returned homo lion day The Ladles Aid Society of the Chris Uan church will hold a Bazar at Dr So D Taylors office beginning on the 10th inst Miss Verna Meredith of Big Cllfty 1was the guest of Miss Oracle William r a few days last week ItMr Will Woodward who has been with the Indian Refining Co for th pipmbelines Is at home a Leslie Leach of Central City lithas been at home tho past few days hunting MrO V Liles of Williams Mines spent Sunday In town Mr and Mrs C P Austin and chi dren spent Thanksgiving In Hartford Miss Mary Hardwick who has bee visiting friends in Nashville the pas few weeks has returned home Mr Fred Daniel of Central CUy was In town Sunday evening Miss Gracie Williams entertained a few of her friends at flinch Friday night In honor of her visitor Miss Meredith of Big Clifty Mr and Mrs George W Brunton of Williams Mines spent Sunday In townMrs F 0 Austin was the guest of iIter daughters Mesdames Z W Grlf Hooker Williams Hartford a few days last week- Valuable Farm For Sale 100 acre farm near Reynolds Sta ion Ohio county Will sell cheap for cashor exchange for young stockI Call on or address C P Keown Hartford Ky 1814I BUFORDIDec 1Mrs R P Kirk relatives and friends at CJearRunt Saturday ail Sunday Mrs Charley Tichenor and children of Nuckols are visiting hr parents Mr and 1IrsJ D Holbrook Mr Jim Wiggins of Livia is visiting G W Jewell and family this weektMr Tilden Wiggington and family of Pleasant Ridge attended Sundaj school here Sunday j Mr George Wiggington and wife of Rumsey visited his parents Mr Johnson Wiggington and wife last Friday Mr Herb Mltchel fo Pleasant Ridgei moved Into our town this weekIMrs Sam Rhoads Mrs Bettio Rich Mrs Myrtle Kirk and Mrs Jeffc Dell are on tips sick IIslfMiss Earlle Mugan visited her home- Fridayreturning Sunda evening ready school Monday at Locust Grove Davless county s- Mr L D Magan is building a now house in Buford where he will be I handy to his shop blacksmithlngwood work or tiny hing in his line at till through the day Mrs Wm Lyons and Miss Kamllla Kirk attended church at Barnetts Sunday- A large crowd attended the party Mr John Kings Friday night All l report aCfjne time Mr Sam Knave of Owensboro IsI hero today Trying to buy tobacco Sumo tobacco that he bought in this community has been deJiveredI Notice To the local unions of A S of E throughout the county You will pleaso take notice that the county union otI Ohio county is called to meet at thoI house in Hartfdrd on Dec 7t1907 10 a m for the purpose of en dorsing the action of the National Union in its election of officers at Indianapolis Ind on Oct 22nd and- o settle ttye tobacco question that is fntfpnp the minds t the people so much DAVID MORELAND 1Presidentt lJGood Town Ldt i t SUe 60x150 in the old Fair ground ad dition to Hartford Lays well and fronts on the pike Cheap forcashc to Barnett Smith IfNDER Dec 3Misses Mrry Piers and bLellu Jarvey were in Beaver Dam last Wednesday Mrs J H Drown of Central City oust Wednesday the guest of Mra Sam James Jr Harry Bridged Louisville was he Wednesday Mfss MlhnltflLee1 Tinsley spent laistl I Wednesday and I Thurj day lnV r town 5J3r 0 Mlg tfelHe Harris was in Beaver iBer- In Central City last Thursday Roy Stevens of Centertown was hero Friday 4 f Sam Jennings and Frank Allenand Bill Hall were bird hunting inr lne Friday jL House of Fordsville + was here Friday apd Saturday Mr and Mm J J Wilson fForse- e Branch were the guests of Profani Mrs Alex Rhoads Saturday andSun- day Will Kinkead of Rockport was here Sunday Messrs J T Murphy and W SlVIcl of Owensboro were here yesterday W A Penick of Louisville and It C Render of Beaver Dam were here today Henry Blackburn of LInton Ind is visiting here at this writing John Spanks is Visiting In Warren couny this week Mrs E H Gwynn is very sick at this writing Dr H B Innes and Slmon ens are able to be out again tinctbe ing on the sick list for the past week Card of Thanks I wish to extend through the col- e limns of this paper my heartfelt thanks- e to mymany frlendsTor the sympathy and kind treatment shown + y hus band during his illness Also I wish to thank the two hiders namely Odd Fellows and Red Men Jor the Loyal and tender manner in which they eon ducted the burial services May their works be crowned with many Jewels in the final Judgment day Sincerelyt P TOLL T EVERETT TO j RULE OR RUIN Continued from first page put up to the Kentucky delegates to 1ecta man to be nominated Mr C M Barnett was selectedwas nominal and elected by 199 votes to 8 for his opponent Mr H E Wilson of Okla homa who was one of Mr Everltts special friends But when the vote was announced he arose and moved to make the election of Barnett unanimous which was immediately carried The oilier ofleers were elected with out opposition Then Mr Everitt came to tpstfid todall ho could toVidvanco cite society Then upon reading of the contract that Mr Everitt had made wth himself in 1903 by which Uptodate Farming was made the official organ of the society for a period of PO years A motion was made to disavow said contract The result of the vote was that only 15 votes were recorded in favor of the contract Then couple to this contract his proposed revision of tho constitution and bylaws especially section 4 Duties of oficcrs which Is as follows The President shall have general supervision of the so cietys headquarters and Its activities the field Ho shall employ a competent secretary and other help as ne cessary to give corect and efficient service and he shall determine the salaries paid He shall also select a National Organizer and such assistant- as necessary and determine their sail ary Ho shall plan or give his sanction to all campaigns before they are undertaken He shall also contract for all expenses for the National Un- IIO or delegate this authority to oth under his supervision He shall all charters and commissions with the Secretary or delegate thus authorizing and perform the duties that properly devolves on an executive of ice There are specific charges against oxPresjdent not mentioned hero that would Salsfy the most exacting that can be given later If necessary this article is getting too long Now dear readers does it seem un reasonable that a convention made up of the best and most earnest men from the various State county and local unions of twenty States sent to la meeting to look after and protect p Interests of the society would go so far astray as Mr Everitt would have you believe The facts are that while would not detract one particle rogt life honor due Mr Everitt for gluing us tho plan of the A B of EffetwJjuweconslder the continued hpn orf and praise he could have received had he proved true to the trust reposed In him Then on the pthqr hand when we consider that his has peen a career or crookedness and decep lbh as matters appear now thon ie- ertainly deserves the greater aiaount of contempt Jjpicauso of his greater capacity for doing good Now to con binds as you were represented by a good sized delegation from your own State whq could not have been prompted by any but the purest of moUyes Then what Is the plain duty of every true Equity man In Kentucky 8aidvby Ahowgritof the convection loyally peoples or = ktiYiOnet V- w t J JJI A 1 JYzaw s t e Copyright1907 by Hart Schaffner 5 Marx G + Some day when you feel quite like spending some 4 tOvercoat money wed like to take you in hand and iput you next to some of our Hart Schaffner 4 Marx + Overcoats Youll see some of the smartest Overcoats you ever saw or ever will see 18 to 25 4 t We show one of the latest here but weve lots of 4others too And such Suits as any man can be glad 18 to 25 4 tAll Hart Schaffner cf Marx goods are strictly all= wool no cotton fraud about them t Besides the Hart Schaffner 4 Marx high= grade + clothes from 18 to 25 we carry a complete line of L Suits and Overcoats from which any size purse can tbe accommodated 4 t fP BARNES BROS iIi tBEAVER DAM KENTUCKY = =to get busynnd help In the work of setting all matters right Let us admonish you one and all as tho National headquarters is badly In need of funds to carry on the great wok it has in charge to come to the res cue by paying at least a part of your dues at onto say 25 or CO cents per member This wll be credited on next years dues and will serve a great purpose right now- Respectfully submittedJ M F SHARP Delegates from Ohio Co s I personally know that every state ment in toe above article relative to acts of the convention are absolutely tre C M BARNETT National President HERBERTk resigned as pastor of Panther Creek church Saturday to the regret of his many friends here Miss Margaret Chambers of this Plato nd Mr James Newman Harden of Warsaw Ind will be mottled at Panther creek church Thursday night at fight oclock Rev Ira Rice of Chambers oiclatlngIlMr Charley Mays baby is at the point of death with brain trouble Miss Pearl Bruner has a new piano Mr And Mrs John S Miller of Ow ehsbord are the guests of relatives In this place Quito a number are attendlngtho protracted meeting at Lyonia conduct V J U H t It t r M IWIA at I New Jewelry ofIa specialty of Watches Rings Bracelets FobsSouve = fir Spoons Swastica Pins etcnIl the newest designs w for Christmas Prices within the reach of air See me before buying Sure to please you I R W KINO HARTFORD KY J Mr Richard Burton of Owensboro Chambe1sRev R T Bruner of Owensboro OwensIMr and Mrs Elias Lyons of Whites I I a J f a villa attended church hero Sunday hadav Mrs Margaret Mme pave formerly J of this placewho was recently mar= rvisitedono night last rule rye r v x I- c K 9- x C w IPAtRS SHOE T LKI Vbeing are indispensableMuethave them regardless of rest of leather This the case you want the very best possible both in Style and Quality Now ac The of and a us before I aIIio1k I I at BRAY 4Savemoney by buying your Shoes Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER 6 CentralRallroadTlmlTable North llotiiul- Nolill So 11 Hi Itimnil dUll 633 n in No lit duel 131 11 m Nol22dnn 2SOp m tin log dne 218 p m Ko 102 due 248 p in nI11dnra6 p ui For 3f a nice Xmas Suit call H at Fairs- Mr W H Mauzy Is ill of Will pay 25c for Eggs until further notice CARSON CO City Restaurant is surely feeding the people Special prices in Childrens Cloaks at Fairs Call and see them d For Shoes that you can depend on wearing well call on Barnard Co A big closing out sale of Millinery at Fairs Dont miss the bargains Ladles Circular Wool Shawls New port Scarfsf Fascinators at Fairs Buy the Patrician Shoes at Fairs None like them for style and wear A fine selection of Ladies tat Fairs Bo sure to see them The ladles will close their bazar with a candy pulling Saturday night Presents at all at Kings Jewelry store in Hartford House Dr and Mrs J R Pirtlo have a new I visitor a boy who mate his advent the 3rd inst Messrs J G Wilson Roslue and Jesse Smith Taffy were among our callers yesterday Big Values in Men and Boys Overcoats at Fairs Call while the selection Is good During the Holiday Rush dont neg lect Fairs 5c and 10c Basement Big values found there Mrs S K Cox will leave today for a weeks visit to her Mrs CE Rogers of Elliton Ky presentoneGhatthe Jeweler Jn i Betted lose a sale than a soulour salesmen are ao instructed We want you to depend on our statements I BARNARD 1 CO ti We will pay 26c In cash for tf name orth free doll Send your list pot over five names Tjiejona we select wiil be paid for MARNARD QO TheBazar being conducted ofpearlS- Pantiortm by the Ladies of the Meth church will open today at 1J oclock a m instead of 5 p nn as Ibefore 11 VV3 Our solicitor Mr Jesse Hooverr1ViU make regular cape oh you each week Anx orders entrusted to him will and careful attention CLBVB ILER ir i word abt it our Shoes for ladies ve want to call spec ial attention to our Patrician Shoes When y6u buy this Shoe you get e x c e II once in style and quality C PATRIe Ail A Shoe gnaran teen to retail its shape and you better service than any hue on the market sideH The Shoes we carry a large BeI Priuamtwers Solid Wearern in Ladies and Shool Shoes None better int medium price hoods Another good line is ourHamiltonBrown Shoes very acme style solid wearer See buying linos pneumonia Cloaks Christmas prices daughter iodist have- prompt Patrician I 1brayro Jap Shues Every pair sold under anabsolute guarantee to give you perfect satisfaction or your money back Above line also in Gun Metal Vici Corona Calf on all the late lasts Make your feet tidy I by wearing our Shoes I I City Restaurant is surely feeding the people Overcoats and Suits for all at Car son Cos We have Suits to suit you at prices to suit you Carson Co Cat Fish no bones at City Res taurant Fine We buy all kinds of good Country Produce CARSON CO ICity Restaurant surely understands the art of serving Oysters IDring us your Eggs Chickens Feath Turkeys CARSON CO You will find the only complete stock of Groceries in Hartford at Car son Cos Hats for Men Hats for Boys Hats for Ladles the correct kliid at Car son Cos Mr F L Felix and family were the guests of Mr Felixs father near Ola ton last wee- kNeckwearfresh new styles made of finest materials by skilled work menat Carson Cos A full line of fruits such as Oranges Apples Bananas GrapesFigs I Dates Raisins Etc CLEVE ILER Not too much style not too much snap just the right thing kind of Clothing and Hats at Carson Cos I Shoes lots of styles and comfort the wearing quality dependable the prices always right at Carson Cos Old Sweet Hdm good enough for anybody you can get at City Res- taurantj along with Eggs Coffee Etc Yum Yum We make prompt deliveries any where in town If you need a hurry r up order telephone 140 Home phone CLEVE ILER Messrs John Lindley of Livermore Alex Madox of McHenry and Moseley Whltesville were among our callers Tuesday ms T Davis Sunnydale IMessrsJ J among our callers Mon Edgar Calvert Centretown S W I Beda were among our cadres Mdn day fMr and Mrs Karl Anderson are the proud parents off po new boy the I youngster made his appearance last Friday Karl says he lsf- a true blue Republican rr t I Mrs Hooker Williams entertained at flinch at hera few lady friends home on Union street last evening in honor otheyslsterlnlaw 14tsJ E Williams of Bowling tireen fc A Mr and Mrs A V Gobdfn left Mon day for their home at Charleston Mo after a few days visit to relatiyes here They were accompanied bjr MrsRE Leo Slmmerman who will be the guest of relatives at Charleston IUnols Central railroad train No riZ2 North bound has changed timed is now dueat Beaver Dam at 633 a in instead of 407 131 South bpiin has also changed time and is due at Beaver Dam at 825 instead ol 940 pmr I r r The old reliable Steak Meal at City Restaurant cant be beat Try oneTo put a smile on you that wont come off try an Oyster Stew at City Restaurant So good Mrs Dr L T Cox Owensboro is the guest of her daughter Mrs M L Heavrin who is quite ill The Arah Wanna Club was delight fully entertained by Miss Effie Render at her home on Main street Tuesday evening I Mr and Mrs W C Schlemmer and little daughter returned Tuesday from a few days visit to relatives at Rock port Ind- Editor C M Barnett left Tuesday for Indianapolis Ind to spend a few days at National headquarters of the A S of E We have sold over 2000 yards of millend Ribbons You can still de pend on getting these bargains from Barnard Co When Barnard Co calls atten tion to a bargain you can depend on tho statement You do not buy and repennt rather you should repent i- syou do not buy Mr John A Duke who has been absent for about three months engag ed in carpenter work forMessrs R N- and J D Duke of tho Palo neighbor hood has returned to Hartford Mr and Mrs J C Wagon enter tained at luncheon Friday evening The guests were Mrs Lillian Hallows and Miss Frauds Hallows Smallhous Drs A F Stanley and C E Richards and Mr and Mrs Treet city Taken up as estray Two cows and one heifer one cow redtmarked un derblt in right ear heifer is black marked underbit in right other cow black Jersey with horns marked swal lowfork in each ear Can be found on the D C Ross place R D CARTER HartfordKy I desire hereby to express the heart felt thanks of myself and family for the nice Thanksgiving dinner given to us by the members and friends of the Baptist church As they have rijlnis ereded to us in temporal things I will administer to thorn Spiritual things not Sunday at 11 a m and fpm at the Baptist church Church meeting Saturday 7 p m A Bj GARDNER Pastor to Rural Route to Start Dec 16 r The new rural mall route recently established from Hartford to traverse country North thereof will begin oper December 16 The route will accommodate 100 families The car rier will travel as folows I Starting at Harftord post oflce thence to Bud Bennett who lives on the old Riley farm thence down Livermore road to No Creek post office thence back to John SanderfurNsthenc to Beda thnece to Mt Carmel church on Owensboro road thence to Bar netfs creek church thence by way of Millers mill road to Beda thence to Hartford overHartford and Owens boro road 7n i DR1LLiANTSGE MARKS OPENI In e Sixtieth Congress Asrnbl 1 I J And Organizes Uncle Joe annon Again Mad SpeaKer oi House Without Opposition Washington Dec 2A brilliant scene characterized the meeting of the Sixtieth Congress today In the Senate and House of Representatives there were notable gatherings In the galleries or representatives of the of ficial society of the Capital The coming together for the first time of men who have been elected to the Senate and the House about 100 of whom have not before served in Con gress made the occasion one of par ticular interest The striking scene of the day were in the House of Representatives where the formal selection ofv Joseph G Cannon to again be Speaker of that body and the designation by the Dem ocrats of John Sharp Williams as their lead r were occasslons for ovlations to those gentlemen The vast hall of the House of Rep resentatives rang with the cheerS of Republicans and Democrats for their leaders end the Speaker received as watm a reception from members of the minority as he did from his own party y BRYAN ON THE SPOT The appearance of William Jennings Bryan on the floor of the House also was the occasion for enthusiastic cheer ing by the Democrats When the adoption of rules for the government of the House during the Sixtieth Congress came up the rules of the last Congress were opposed by John Sharp Williams and he was joined in the opposition by Democrats and by a single Republican Mr Coop er of Wisconsin The old rules were declared to be too autocratic placing too much power in the hands of the Speaker but Lifter a somewhat acrimonious discus sion they were adopted by a party vote Comtttecs were appointed by both houses to Inform the President that Congress lied met and was ready to receive any message he might wish to communicate New Senators and Representatives were sworn In and both houses ad journed out of respect to the memory of members who have died during the recess of Congress Although it was a foregone conclusion that Speaker Cannon would get a majority vote there was intense interest taken in the announcements by the members of their choice of candidates for presiding officer of the House While the voting was going on neither Speaker Cannon nor Representative Williams was present but their political followers and tho oc cupants of the galleries waited im patiently for them to bo brought In to the chamber The roll call showed the following result for Speaker Joseph G Can non 207 John Sharp Williams 154 A committee consisting of Repre sentatives Williams James of Ken HampIslllrointo the House Amid thun RCllUblfC1anser Cannon was escorted down center aisle to his chai- rSMALLiiUS thoI Dec 2The remains of Beulah Klrt the little dt ii lvr of Mr and Mrs menIHonedrest in the last Wednesday The funeral services were conducted by Rev WA Grant of South Carrollton t Mesdames P B Taylor and J W Robertson Hartford were the guests of Mrs Jennie Ross and Mr and Mrs George Reid last Wednesday and Thur day Mr and Mrs T R Barnard and daughters Mary and Ethel Hartford Mr and Mrs Ross Morton and Mr Athetton Llvermoro Mr and Mrs James Hallows and son Samuel Kim bley Morton Gallic Bishop and Sam Durham were the guests of Mr and Mrs SahV MOrton last Wednesday and Thursday Mists Altha Addington has returned from a visit to relatives at Island Miss At Tulkerson is visiting at Central City and at the Bluff near South Carrollton Mrs rmaiVAddlngton has returned from a visit to her parents near CentertQwnMr Mrs J C Wagon Hartford were the guests of Mr and Mrs Miller Hallows last Thursday and Friday Mr C Ol Hunter has returned from a trip td Birk City HS was the guest of Mr and rs H D Hunt last Thurs day night There Were prayer services held at LU J Lookingr Forwarda e Thanksgiving 6 should look after the prosIAnother year rather the past While this has be season of many changes and certainties the clouds now se- jtol1 be and you need A 1hesitate to supply every need W looking for new anA w better bargains in merchandise Ii- I you are not keeping in touch with our stock===and getting your share 4 II of the values we are giving= = =it is not our fault We have them for you==are giving you good mer chandise and prices that can not be undersold DEPEND On us for reliable goods andalso remember we give extra induce ments for cast trade Our Cash Register Coupons will amount to a itidy little sum if you depend I Barnard oni I Hartfordt Ky fi L Ii rL at Sw TiY- fA wi 4 7 II t 0 Ir 1 t ryf1Ai 1 = 1 I t I ct i t- f n t eMagtcINoS etasarfa cot fo Ming to a loiter which react anda4melm Idiitf dlarnged by tho failure to flndre JarIi jectric Bitters and aifn ess tI am a well man t ayThE my 1 bottle relieved and three bottleE upG ipleled the cure Guaranteed test aH earth for stomach liver and kldti y suDouble by all druggists m ll Estray Notice Taken up as astray on October 26 I 1907 by CW Leisure living threE miles south of Rosine Ky near Mt Pleasant churchone black mare rtu 4 years old about 15 12 hands high left hind foot a little large has been hurt white spots on each side of back supposed to be saddle marks some white hairs on right shoulder collar marks on weathers ijough o around and is worth 150 GlvezL under my hand as justice of the peace for Ohio county Kentucky This October 29 1907 W P MILLERJ P O C He Fired the Stick I have fired the walkingstick Ive carried over 40 years on account of a sore that resisted every kind of treatment until I tried Ducklens Arnica Salve that has healed the sore and made me a happy man write John Garrett of North Mills N C Guaranteed for Piles Burns etc by aU druggists m v 04808XA Bear tho- Bignatnro A1iIIKIM Yw Hanjhnj Blight 1DJI2El D CIJmT Oho County Circuit CourtToF Blrkhead Judge Ben D Ringo Attorney Oscar MIdklf Jailer Ed G Barrass Clerk Frank L Felix Master CommisslonerT L Mosi ley Trustee Jury Fund K B Martin Sheriff Hartford Deputies S A Bratcher L P Crowder W C Ashley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March and August and continues three weeks and third Monday In May and November two weeks County CourtW B Taylor Judge W S Tinsley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convene first Monday in each month Quarterly Court Begins on the third Monday in January April July and Oc toberCourt of claims Convenes first Mon day In January Tuesday after second Monday in October Other Officers N Moxloy Surveyor Shrove S W Leach Assessor Ri RoyJames DeWceseSchool Superintend ant Hartford Jeromo Allen Coronet Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver DamMarch IJune 23 September 24 December 24 W P Miller Horse Branch March 26 Juno 25 September 23 December 26 W S Dean Dundee March 27 June 26 September 26 December 27 W R Edge Fordsville March 23Jun 2 September 27 December 28 B S Chamberlain BedaMarch 29 June 25 September 28 December 29 Herbert Render CentertownMarch 5d June 29 September 29 December 30 John H Miles Rockport March 31 Juno 30 September 30 December 31 HARTFORD POLICE COURT R R Wedding Judge J S GZonnCltj Attorney Seth MoseleyMarshal Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES- M E Church South S9rvlces third Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m2nd Sunday at 7 p m4th Sunday- at 11 a m and 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev J A Lewis Pastor assisted by RavJ Frank Baker Baptist ChurchServices held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting ever Thursday evening Rev A B Gardner PastorC ChurchServIces first Sundaj In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Christian Church Services every first Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev IV B Wright Pastor School Trustees HartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn W S TlnsIoyC M Barnett Dr E B Pendleton City CounclfJ H Williams Mayor- C M Crown lerk Crr BdrnettTreas urer R E L Slmmerrnan Dr E B Pendleton A D Wlte Wm Farr Wm Bean Dr J W Taylor SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodgo No 675 F A Ma sons meets first Monday night In each month C M Crowe W M Marvin Bean Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 moots every third Saturday night In each month W N Stevens High Priest French Vlck ers Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights ot Pythias meets every Tuesday night R D Walker C C R C Porter K jfR and S Hartford Tent No 89 K O T M meets every Thursday night J C Her Commander D E Thomas Reo jrd Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and thlrt Friday afternoon of each month 111- 1ZWayne Griffin Lady Commander piles Sue reiser Lady Record Keeper Preston Morton Post No4 G AB holds regular meetings Saturday be the first Sunday In each month F Porter Commander R A Anders Ohio Tribe No IBS Imp Order Roc Men meets second and fourth Wednet lay night in each month Soth Mosc Joy Sachem J Ney Foster Chief ol RecordsWoodmen of the World meets first ant third Wednesday nights In each month n L Tweddell Counsel Commander Dr E B Pondletorii Camp Clerk r o sSXI n X foam she lia Bought 4utuo ot a I lrs j I fc 0 i t Y utlittlet a attacks of Indigestion you haye no doubt had shortness of breath rapid heart beats heartburn or palpitation of the heart Indigestion causes the stomach tr expand swell and puff pp against the heart This crowds heart and Inter eiUmrthe Kodol For Dyspepsia digests what you eat 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In andCourt orflee YANCY L MOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY theCourtsNotaryBank W H BARNES 8 A ANDERSON BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY theyhavoformedtice of Law in all courts State and Federal with offices south side of Main street opposlto Court House Hartford lltlgnttonaffectinggiven special attention Notary in office W H BARNES- S A ANDERSON I GRADUATE NURSE MIS SUSIE MAYA graduate of Owensboro City Hospital has located in HARTFORD A timesResidencephone No 137 Subscribe for THE- HARTFORDJ1EPUBLI CAN 100 per year in advance NasalCATARRH In all lu stages the- lshould b cleanliness Elys vnBalade UMioothei adbeali membraneIeeJUe away asold fa the head nlcklr fl1er itI a c 1 r In1RI u l r 1 CsutiMsdtcIf i 4lx euoIlc Gwaatt4 t J t 1ifr jjO J Iti r 1F I T r j r I LIST OF CLAIMS Alloyed by the Ohio Fiscal Court it the RegnlarOctober Term 1907 600Acton4AultmlreAshby Dale Team on road 1- AshbyUi D 160 Ashby D L 160 Allen Mrs Florence 150 Austin E G 11 225 Same 2 25 Allen T H II 160 300AmosAllen W S v Arnold J A 1 150 Ament Floyd II 385 Arnold J W 376 Austin T P i 225 Same liv 1300 Acton S S v 300 Ashley Hardln 460 Armstrong James 160 Askin A FI I 300 SameI I 22i Ashby S A 22i Barnard E P team on road 150 Black Frank care of J S Vaught 12000 Black Frank board for paupers etc 3870 Bellamy and Kelly lumber 6492 BeanDr L B medicine etc 1000 Beaver Dam Deposit BanlcborrowI ed money 700000 Baldwin Harry plowing on road22i Burton A R 3riO Barnard Monroe 600 Barnes J A lumber 200 Black and Blrkhead pig on road 300 Baize J H D 300 Butler M D 900 Brown L H 1050 Baize J L 150 Bryant C A 150 Beck JF I 525 Beck W N 1 300 Baize J M 600 Barnett A M 30 Boswell C F 15C Bean B F 30C Bratcher T V 30C Bozarth Ira 300 Burdett 0 T 1 300 Same 300 Bellamy Shermanal ai50 Maize R L 300 Bogard Ernest 390 Burdette G M 450 Same 1 450 Baird J A 11 600 Same 75 Baird E C 900 Same 300 Or tIIBaird A L 450 Baird HA 150 Bishop Roscoe 300 Brown W S 300 Brown W A 300 Brown O PI 300 Same 11 150 Brown C H 1 750 Baughn B G LBO Chamberlin B S per diem Sept term 300Cars-on Comerchandise to jail 3390 Champion Bridge Co bridge Huffs creek + 100000 Same bridge Adamsfork creek 170000 Chamberllnservlces as coroner 2100 Same per diem 1500 Carter Alvis Plowing on road 450 Carter Paul use and benefit of Carson Co team on road 300 Chapman W F Team on road 525 Coppage J Wen 300 Crowe J H Plowing on road 150 Crbwder H T 300 300Same x Christian Wm 675 Culbcrtson R D 450 Clark J M 150 Camp N C 150 Crowe Hurrlsoni 300 Crowe H H 1 3 75 t Cook E T i 300 450Carter Jas Coppage Franki 300 Coppage J M V LBO Canary B H 300 GOO Cobb J L Chapman J A 1 300 Cundiff R R 300 Cbinn E T 300 Coffman W F 300 300Curtis Ed 300Same 300Curtis J R Samea 3 oa Cummings J A 300 Cumininngs W H 300 Carson Co Mdse almshouse 2840 Dean W S per diem September 300term Daniel Laurence admr of Oscar Mldkiff jailors services 5640 Daniel Mack jailers services 13250 DeWeese dlarence Examining A Douglas S250De-an W Sper diem Danl 1John plowing on road 225 Daniel John 3QO Davis Seth 1050 paugherty D Jf 1 975 1 225Davis L TfDaugherty Harvey V 1 600 U 450 Daugherty W C fl li J 375Davis R M 600fa 1 Daniel Ethel Ir Daniel Ira 5 1200 1050iDaniei Mackh t900 Duke James A 760 Daniel Ira t 7ji 825v I J xV j + Y jliJ 11 r lt ff Sarnoa 41 150 Daniel Ethel 300 Debruler C W 2toO Dawson J H aa J 525 Davis Arthur 376 Daley ECj j 226 I Daniel Ed 300 Edge WRper diem September term 1 300 Same holding inquest 600 Sarnie per diem 1600 Edge A s plowing on road 300 8r25EskrIdgeEvans C D 300 Evans W H 460 Early G M 450 Evans D L l 600 Fosler Isaac work at Jail 375 Fair Co Mdse Almshouse 4852 Ford Sans plowing on Toad 150 Ford S J a 600 FrenchW J 225 Same 1122b Faught T La135- Frlzzell Late a 385 Faught H Ja300 Samea 450 Foreman H F a 1200 Foreman John C 225 Foreman Ed P a liO Frye Bruno 41 450 Same 300 Samea IISOO Felix Jim Tom 600 Foreman H F 900 Foreman H Fa 900 Felix Jim Toma 300 Faught M J II 600 Foreman J W a 300 Samea 300 French G L 3QO FrenchL eslle 1IiO French L D a 3011 Ford H C 300 Griffin Z Wayne Drugs to county paupers 12210 Griffin W H drugs to county paupers 895 Goff Vince plowing on road 450 Same I 22G Gray Allen 375 Gary V C 625 Graves S A 245 Godsey JamesII 600 Gray Vlila 300 Greer D a 450 Greer S M a 37L Hartford Pub Co printing and sta tionery 2640 Hazelrigg J P plowing on road 450 Howard J A 300 Haynes R E 150 Hooker J 300 Hughes J S 11 25 Hoover J T OJ 450 lughes J S 300 Howell O BOJ 375 Hurt C L II 30i Helen W A a 450 Hoover J R 300 Hurt Hade 600 Holderman J H r 451 Haynes Emmett a 1200 Huff Leslie a 750 lolderman J H 300 Hari Willie a 600 Harder T A a 750 Hinton Wm a 375 Hinton T B 375 Helm W T t 450 Hamilton James 375 Holbrook G SII 150 Howard W S 225 Holland Jno 750 Hawkins J A 4 5 2a Hoover LesUeI 450 Heflin W J 275 Same 1 a 450 Hatch r L M Sills 200 Igleheart Clinton hauling 500 Johnson John A lumber to Co 3300 Jarnagin R C plowing on road 300 Johnston Thomas F 300 Jones E R a 900 Jett Seth 150 Jewel L L 300 lefferies Isaac I 300 Jackson F E 11 225 75IJohnson J A a 2250 a Johnson T F 225 Keown CaIP services as coroner 1080 Ky Light and Power Co light and Water 8000 Keith Htr m plowing on road 450 Same 1 300 Knott Aril L a 900 King M J U 300 King Rufus 300 Samej II 525 inchelo6 R H 525 Leo Thomas col services to Co 375 Leach S W Asst of Banks 1350 Lawrence Ab col pig on road 150 Samea L50 Leisure W L 600 ankford Wm 450 Same II 450 Lanham Raymond a 150 Lanham Frank a 150 Lyons Alla L50 Loyd Evaa 1050 Lyons W Mor Logan 600 Lake Franka a 375 Miles J H per diem September term 300 illller W P per diem September term A 300 Morton John P Co Reg books 1907 1920 IlllerW P expenses as coroner 105 Same holding Inquest 600 150011l11esMcDowellBernard 150 Miller FredR U1fiO IcDowellBernardplgjon road 300 Samet hauling lumber r 100 Morris Elijah plowing on road 225 r T f f I r it H r Martin Birch 0130Q Magan J Cal 600 Same i a 300 Same 1 460 Moseley Terrel a 300 Monroe H E 3o0 Moore E P U 300 Miller J L1 l25 Miles Byron i v 460 Miller Late 150 Martin Charlie X 450 Marlow Renzo750M-ay s C W a 675 Miles Poley 1200 Marshall W H 450 Miles John 1b0 Muffett Dud a 600 May C Wt 676 Miles Claud j 460 Mitchell Herbert 300 Massey Eda a 600 Massey J L j a 150 Medcalf J Ha 150 Magan Laura K 450 MclKnley B P 225 Mills A W a U 50 Miles J H a 900 Maddox R W 225 Moore J L a 460 Neighbors John a 450 Newton W E 675 Neal G A a 1125 Neal S W lumber 1200 Northern H M plowing on road 760 Owen T D ground for app- roachCs4075 Owen W A plowing on road 1050 Odell J W a 75 Pirtle IraIa 160 Phipps John R two scrapers one day i so Pirtle I N plowing on road 160 Patton J W a 375 Patton F G a 376 Phipps John R a 160 Parks Joo Henry col 225 Pirtle Henry M a 375 Same a 300 Pirtle J A a 225 Peters B W 160 Paxton Jno P plowing and hauling on road600Par- ks L T plowing on road 52i Powers Sylvester 600 Patton I C M 600 Pollard Aaron a 450 Phillips Charlie a 225 Patton R L a 450 Pirtle W W 4 300 Pirtle H R 75 Patton G H a 300 Patton J T a 450 Patton Clarence 750 Paean Late a 600 Porter J L a 300 Phillips Charlie 600 Render S H per delem September term 300 Renfrew Mark Interest on note 6000 Render S H holding inquest 601 Same expense as coroner 430 Same per diem 1500 Rowan Sam plowing on road lGi Samea a 15 Rogers C 150 Rowan SP 150 Ramsey S P 225 Raines R H 375 Railey C E f 300 Rogers C J 225 Richards W C 900 Ralph J D GOO Ralph H W 450 Rhoads S C 301 00IowanRowan R A 30 Russell N M 30 Rowe Chester 451 Stanley Dr A F operation on Bur ton and Coghlll 500 State Printer deed book 400 Sullenger F B plowing on toad 67f Shaver C B 300 Shaver Jake 300 Shaver J T 150 Stevens Marvin B 150 Shaver J T 150 Stevens L M 375 Schroader eGo 450 Shultz J M 225 Same 225 Shields Richard 450 Shields Warren 1GO Stewart J A GOC Stewart J W plowing on road 300 Stevens Wi N 600 Stevens W H 750 Shultz J L 150 Stevens W H 750 Smith J H 525 Smith C M 375 Slack A 600 Shreve P T r 750 Stevens B 300 Shaver Sam 300 Smith Jno A 375 Smith Dave 150 Stevens W R 52S Shaver Felix 1050 Shull W D 750 Snedden D J 150 Tinsley W S per diem September term 300 Tinsley W S services for Co 52423 Taylor SD examining L Render 250 Taylor W B two Inquests 1200 Tinsley W S per diem 1500 Thomas J W plowing on road 900 Taylor C N 150 Taylor ThoB 525 Toms A T i w 600 Same 1 1 150 Toms J J 600 Taylor I V 375 Same 300 Tichenor M F 300 Same 190 M 41 300rinsley OR fichenor n 1i l 450 Pinsleyi J E 300 Taylor Wattii C 225 T 00ayorTaylor H Ar A y o I 450 I t i r 501IWMdse toty 6U Wllliams Jas H 1 nder I 6 00 Williams Jas H per diem 600 I 750WHsonWilliams OW W0 i Wallace Jno Wilson C R VjWatsonWilson C R v 3 k White O S r Watson W II t 3 a4 Wilson A 3od Same 300 1501WilsonWilson Dan T 300 Wright Joe T 150 Westerfield Herbert 300 White Wm 11- 375 I 5nI White C C 4 750 Wilson R B 300 Whitley S T 450 Withers W W II 375 WllllamsonM J 75 White P L 525 Withers W P 750 Whlltlngtilll J H 300 Westerfield J W 300 Ward Hez 450 Ward D E 300 Ward Claude 225 Ward L M II 900 Wigginton E 150 Wsesterfield C F 300 Westerfield J R 750 Westerfield C T II 150 I Williams Henderson 300 Wilcox W E 150 York E W 525 Samea 225 2251YewellState of eKntucky Copunty of Ohio Set I W S Tinsley Clerk of Ohio County Court certify that the fore going Is a true and correct copy of the claims allowed by the Fiscal Court at the October term 1907 Given under my hand this the 26th day of November 1907 W S TINSLEY C O C C By M MARKS D C Cures Blood Skin Disoases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Freo If your blood is Impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching rising and bumpy skin bone palnsca larrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood Is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample tree by writing flood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially ad vised for chronic deepseated cascsas It cures after all else falls 35tf Japs Were Disappointed The popular Impression that exists In this country that the Japs are a fa superior race both physically and me tally to the Chinese was somewhat reversed on Thursday among a crowd of students in the university gymnasi um who witnessed a friendly boxin bout between two students each re presenting one of those Oriental na tions The slanteyed youths give tine exhibition of quickness and scion tific hitting and the Chinaman had fa the best of tho bout Ho jumped all around the Jap poking him here an there and soon drove the Nipponese smile from the face of tho sno of thoI Island Empire When the scrap starI ted the Jap wan smiling and confident and the Chinese lad appeared listless and without expression When the bout ended the Chinaman was just th same but the Japs face wore a scowl ot disappointment Philadelphia R Icord rro NOTICE = Orders Ohio County Court Regular term October 7th 1907 Hon W B Taylor J 0 C C Presiding S M Burgess et al- For 0 JudgmentJtraded Common School It appearing that an order was duly made at the last term of this Court lllng the petition of S M Burgess t- and eleven other citizen resldentstax payers and legal votfers within Rock port Justices District and within the boundary of the Common School District No 82 of Ohio county asking t- tor an election for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal white voters in said District which Is the proposed graded common school district 1- upon1the proposition whether or not they will vote an annual tax of 50 cents each 100 worth of property assessed for taxation in said District belonging to said whlto voters or corporations and a poll tax of 150 per capita on each white male InhabitantE over twentyone years of ago residing therein and It appearing that said boundary embraces the town of Rock port a city of the sixth class and that the County Judge and petitioners agreed upon said boundary for said proposed graded Common School Dls I I t 11 p v r argain for our Subscribers Th- eWomans 11ew Magazine- and H ift o REPUBLICAN B 30JrITHE NEW IDE- AmagazinesY p s MAGAZINE Is Ute best 01 aUIs an absolute ant for women and the homewith household he It huedninefCrnontainsThe latest Fas And an Immense va etl TIle Best FlCHOH on making furnishing radical informationn inging the home Dozens ofIllustrations fF1- Stonne and color Instructive Articles of G tors of wide fame Remarkably be 1200 PAS rens Department These two publications funds familyTHEr r SCAN tract which is as follows thenwithtsaid rond to Henry Woodburnsexclud ing him thence toward McIIenry on togN E Corner of or Daugherty farm thence in a general toainclude the Howard or Daugherty farm the Hendrio farm between Rockpori and Echols crossing tho 1 C Rail thedthenceedown Green River to mouth of Lewis Creek thence up Lewis Creek to the beginning excluding A M Herrel and M F Herrel It appearing further that said pro writingeby all the trustees of District No 82 andewas also approveed in writing by the County Superintendent of Schools for Ohio countywhich writings were filed herein with the petition and it appear ing that the location and site of said school house in said District is descrlb ed with the exactness in said petition- as follows Beginning at a gum tree In line of Mrs Cnmpfleld running S to Her Brothers corner thence with their line East to a branch thence E to a stone on branch thence N to Mrs Campfields line thence with her line a gum tree the beginning corner mor And It also apearing that no point on the boundary of the said proposed graded common school district is more than two and onehalf miles from site of the said proposed schoolhouse which is to be located on the lot herein described It is therefore ordered and adjudged thot an election held within said proposed graded common school district on Saturday the 7th day of December 1907 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters upon tho said proposition that R ti Martin Sheriff of Ohio county be and he is directed to op n a poll in said proposed graded common school district for the purposo of taking the sense of the legal white voters therein upon the proposition- of whether or not time annual tax of torImon school district belonging to said I white VU taxI lloralions and a one years capita on each the pUlpOt OVer twenty common EcV15 therein for purpose of c ring a graded pairing suit aand for the is directed tasing or re sonic weekly n herefor He I ty for at least 3 order In of said election VIlo coun the same by prim the date bills posted at fiv llvertiso in said proposehand school district for places time The clerk of mnon- rocted to furnish thV1 of certified copy of this dl sheriff shall have snita inserted and notices ed within 10 days nfterV copy of this order Ho point a judge and clerk X Lion and said officers of el open a poll on said date propound to each voter who the question Are you for 1hislUayISaid officers shall at tho samtA open a poll for the election o trustees for said graded con school district I and the six persons celving the highest number of voteV shall be declared elected trusted thereofIt further ordered that a special registration bo held for the town of Rockport on Saturday time 30th day ot November 1907 for the registration ot persons entitled to vote at said elec tlon whoso names have not been re corded in the registration book for the year In which said election Is held and the sheriff is directed to publish tills at the same time ho publishes the notice of said election and in the same manner and this proceeding is con tinued A copy attestW TINSLEY C O C C By ROSCOE RENDER D C Pursuant to the foregoing order and judgment I will cause to be opened a poll at tame Urno and placo and In the manner and for the purposes therein directed R B MARTIN S 0 C November 18 1907 ti 1 it T 1 S jEijp 11 IN uatito still ltat cbj a f ble trust tion their stock after tions with I j tion To ment J i merce j recent thatI l every the need safe ties J cheap Is which while as is hours while ble the ry them most ot of ment well the pure pure decade law and the riers sorted ready great public eflt the The riers ly ers much from federal action that law to then without largely closest tlonal I need thakjyjo an tlons proved demand lug off of lowed vtho rltoileij Inn ppovlefon 9tucb a I bo a5 method of leter- me federal board Or CQm- gov m S9whetber the applicant for a nass I bothederllllawpro thCrestrlctions of visIon also tepubllclttIn all attcrs affecting com Ietc protection to the InvpstJ ngpUblic- t1nl1the Mhareholdcrs In the matter ol issuing corporate Securities If an in corporation law is not deemed advlsa a license act for blgfnterstatoco r poratlons might bo enacted or a com trlTheed be analogous to thlt now exercised over national bunks At least anti act should be supplemented by specific prohibitions of the method- which experience has shownhae bee tuQ1ppolIsticJThe real owners ofa corporation should be compelled to do business in own name The right to in other corp rntfons should he be denied to Interstate corpora unlessVm approval by the prope- government officials and a prerequlsit- to such approval should be the Ilstin- I the government of all owners an stockholders both by the corporation owning such stock and by the In which such stock is ownedI Lessons of Recent Crisis confer upon the national govern In connection with the amend lawIconcerns engaged i In interstate com would benefit them UII1t has benefited the national banks In the business crisis It Is noteworthy the institutions which failed were Institutions which were not under the supervision and control of the national government Those which were under national control stood the test National control of the kind above advocated would be to the benefit of well managed railway From standpoint of the public there Is for additional tracks additional neII and speedy transportation faclll are even more necessary than transportation Therefore there need for the Investment of money will provide for all these things at the same time securing as tar possible better wages and shorts for their employees Therefore there must be Just and reasouahregulation of rates we first to protest against any arbltra and unthinking movement to cut down without the fullest and careful consideration of alt Interests concerned and of the actual needs the situation Only a special body men acting for the national govern under authority conferred upon It the congress Is competent to ipass judgment on such a matteriThose who fear from any reasoU the extension of federal activity will doh to study the history not only of national banking net but of the food law nnd notably the meat inspection law recently enacted The food law was opposed so violently that Its rassage was delayed for a yet it has worked unmixed and n immediate good The meat Inspection was even more violently assailed the same men who now denounce tntlftude of the national governo Qtheand business concerns then as that we were discrediting and nTwoIt has become evident that the benefit the law confers upon thelis accompanied by an equal cd to the reputable packing establishments is The latter are better off under of law than they were without It benefit to Interstate common car and business concerns from the legislation I advocate would be equalc marked Pure Food Law Incidentally in the passage of the food law the action of the varl housshowed In striking fashion how good for the whole people results of the bearty cooperatlon of the and state officials In securing thaof these state commissioners we owe the enactment of this for they aroused the people first demand the enactment and enforcement of state laws on the subject and est the enactment of the federal law which the state iriws were Ineffective There must be theI cooperation between the na and state governments In ud ministering these laws Currency Legislation Needed again urge on the congress the of Immediate attention to this elasticityin as recognize the even greater currencyProylston otporggpFylssuoeffective guarantee and upon condl carefully prescribed by the gov I rnmenySqcb emergency issue must on a4equateseeu lt1e ap by the government and must be as tyouldrermltfor It was urgent while recur Its retirement as the demand fell It Is vorth investigating to determine whether officers and dlrecfors national banks should ever be J aK to loan to themselves Trust the companies should be subject tn the LegislationI Ilstrict of Columbia and the ter trY Js I Y twe must also remember that even thewlsest legislation once sub Ject can only accomplish a certain amount No legislation can by an- or p possibility guarantee the business cow tnunlty against the results of specula five folly any more than It can guaran tee an Individual against the results of his extravagance When an Individual mortgages his house to buy an auto mobile he Invites disaster and when wealthy men or men who pose as such or are unscrupulously or foolishly lager to become such Indulge in reckless t speculation especially If It is accow panied y dishonesty they Jeopardize not only their own future but the fu ture of all their Innocent fellow citl zens for they expose the whole bust ness community to panic and distress SCant Revise Tariff Now committedtcause Innpres ent tariff law could not with wisdom suchreas ours sro scru + excessivedproper revenue ed and that our foreign trade Is en couraged There must always be as n minimum a tariff which will not ouly allow for the collection of an ample revenue but which will at least make good the difference In cost of produc flow hero and abroad that is the dlf ference In the labor cost hero and abroad for the well being of the wage worker must ever be u cardinal point of American policy The question should be approached purely from n business standpoint both the time and the manner of the change being such as to arouse the minimum of agitation and disturbance in the business world and to give the least play for selfish unit factional motives The sole con sldcration should be to see that the sum total of changes represents the public good This means that the sub ject cannot with wisdom hti dealt with- In the year preceding a presidential election because ns a iratter of fact experience has conclusively shown that at such a time it is Impossible to get men to treat it from the standpoint of the public good In my judgment the wise time to deal with the matter Is Immediately utter such election Income Tax and Inheritance Tax When our tax laws are revised the of an Income tax and an In- eritance tux should receive the care fun attention of our legislators In my Judgment both othese taxes should be part of our system of fed eral taxation I speak diffidently about the Income tax because one scheme for an Income tax was declared unconsti tutional by the supreme court while In addition it is n difficult tax to admin islet In Its practical working unit great care would have to be exercised to SOP that it was not evaded by the very men whom it was most desirable to have taxed Nevertheless n graduated I Income tax of the proper type would lc n desirable feature of federal taxa tlou and it is to be hoped that one may be devised which the supreme court will declare constitutional The Inheritance tax however is tar better method of taxation The government has the absolute right to decide ns to the terms upon which a man stall receive n bequest from anI ther and this point In the devolution property Is especially appropriate till Imposition of a tax Laws 1m poshag snob taxes have repeatedly been placed upon he national statute boos ns repeatedly declared coustitii by the courts suit these laws the progressive principle int Is after a certain amount Is reach the bequest or gift In life or death Increasingly burdened nnd the rate taxation Is Increased In proportion- to the remoteness of blood of tits rows receiving the bequest These principles recognized already in the leading nations of the world Germanys Inheritance Tax i The German law is especially interesting to us because it wakes the In- eritance tax an imperial measure while allotlng to the Individual states the empire n portion of the pro coeds and permitting them to Impose taxes In addition to those imposed by e Imperial government Small Inner ltances are exempt but the tax Is so sharply progressive that when the In lieritance Is still not very large pro tided it in not un agricultural or a for loud it Is taxed at the rate of Vfi per cent If It goes to distant reuthcKIThere Is no reason why In States the national government should not impose Inheritance taxes In lIeldlE flea to those imposed by the states c unit when we last bad an Inheritance Lqtx about one alf of the states levied such taxes concurrently with the nu tonal government making a combine jhaxlmuin rate In some cases as high 25 percent To Tax Nonresidents Higher v The tax should If possible be tnndc b- t6 bear more heavily upon those resii lug without the country than within It torsrno way a tn upop thrift or ministry iia n like tus would bo on a small fortune No I1jf vantage comes either to the ouufrta whole or to the lndhlWuals Inkier itlng the money bv1 perniltting tli transmission In their entirety of th cnorjnous fortunes which would l f af fected by such n tax nnd as hii noel dent to Its function of revenue rahtys euch a tax would help to preew v measurable equality of oppprttml III people df the Jeuerntloll Frnn IRt- o manhood We hnvg not the slightest syuiUnv with that socialistic rhtsh roy lj to put lazlnea9 tUrlftlesiuief l r ii Inefficiency on upaf with Indnufn rr I 1 thrift and efficiency which would strive to break up not merely property but what Is tar more I the home the chief prop upon Which our +yhole civilization stands Such a theory If ever adopted would mean the ruin of the entire country but proposals for legislation such an this herein advocated are directly op posed to this class of socialistic th ories Enforcement of the Law A few years ago there wasloud that thlrlnw coulll pot be i tyoked against wealthy offenders Is no Ruch complaint now The tours of the drn ment of Justice during Uh last fiW y111111 has been such as to make it evident that no man stands above the law that no corporation Is so wealthy that It cannot be held to ac count Everything that can t be done under the existing lad and with the existing state of public opinion which so profoundly influences both thecourta nnd Juries has been done but the law themselves need strengthening They should be made more definite so that no honest man can be led unwittingly to break them and so that the rea wrongdoer can bo readily punished Moreover there must be the public opinion back of the laws or the laws themselves will be of no avail The two great evils in the execution of our criminal lawn tOday are sentimentality and technicality For the latter the remedy must come from the hands of the legislatures the courts and the law yers The other must depend for its cure upon the gradual growth of a sound public opinion which shall Insist that regard for the law and tine de mands of reason shall control all other influences and emotions In the jury box Both cf these evils must be re moved or public discontent with tho criminal law will continue Injunctions a Instances of abuse in the granting of Injunctions In labor disputes con tinue to occur and the resentment In the minds of those who feel that their rights are being Invaded and their lib erty of action and of speech unwar mutably restrained continues likewise tp grow Much of the attack on the use of the process of Injunction Is wholly without warrant but I am con strained to express the belief that for some of It there Is warrant This ques tion is becoming one of prime Impor tance and unless the courts will deal with it in effective manner It Is cer tam ultimately to demand some form of legislative action It would be most unfortunate for our social welfare if we should permit many honest and law abiding citizens to feel that they bad just cause for regarding our courts with hostility I earnestly commend to the attention of the congress this matter so that some way may be de vised which will limit the abuse of in junctions and protect those rights which from time to time It unwarrant ably Invades Moreover discontent Is often expressed with the use of the process of Injunction by the courts not only in Ittbor disputes but where state laws are concerned I refrain from discussion of this qucstiqn as tam Informed that it will soon receive the consideration of the supreme court The process of Injunction is an es sential adjunct of the courts doing Its work well pnd as preventive measures are always better than remedial the wise use of this process is from every standpoint commendable But where Is recklessly or unnecessarily used the abuse should be censured above all by the very men who are properly anxious to prevent any effort to shear the courts of this necessary power The courts decision must be final The protest Is only against the conduct of Individual judges In needlessly uutlci patlng such final decision or In the- tyrannical use of what Is nominally n temporary Injunction to accomplish what is in fact a permanent decision- The president urges the passage of a model employers liability act for the territoriestojured wngeworkers better lie em phatically Indorses the eight hour day The president urges the states to fight the child and womaq labor evil He says The national government has as un ultimate resort for control of child labor the use of the interstate commerce clause to prevent the products of child labor from entering into Interstate tom merce But before using this it ought certainly to enact model laws on the subject for the territories under Its own Immediate control Presidential Campaign Expenses Under our form of government vot ng Is not merely a right but a duty nnd moreover fundamental suit nec essary duty if a man is to be a good It is well to provide that car porations shall not contribute to lreHII dential or national campaigns and fur thermore to provide for the publica tion of both contributions and cxpyndl tures There is however always dun ger in laws of this kind which from enforcemente obeyed only by the honest and tins obeyed by the unscrupulous so as to act only as a penalty upon honest ment Moreover no such law would hamper an unscrupulous man gf unllmltcd I means from buying his own way Into office There Is n very radical mess which wjouid l bellove work a substantial improvement In our syfi torn of conducting a campaign nl though I urn well aware that It will take some tme rOt peqpieso to famll larlze themselves wltlt sitch a proppsa as to be willing to consider Jte tulnI- tion The need for collecting tar campaign funilsnrould vanIsh fccprovided nn appropriation for r proper and legitimate espntrvt r of 11 of the great national parties nh app JrcrIIlNi hU tcq IfI d I I 5- I t M ixf Jv ponditure i ot inonoy Then the ttpa i ould be made that no party thertreasury should accept more a fired timount frbmany individual imb + t scriber or donor and the necessary publicity for lC lpt and expenditure could without difficulty be provided vjj eThe president The recommends Army leglsla J 1 tlon to Increase the nIIDberot officers J In the army especially In the medical + a The rate of pay of officers donrateeethe army III shops to be effective In time of need The president recotn mends severe examination oC officers for promotion up to the rank of major From that point promoUonshould be tpurely by selection IIO speaks ot the rrecent physical test of army officers with emphatic approbation and recom mends a bill equalizing the pity officers and men of the army navtf marine corps and revenue cutter serv i rIceI The Navy Concerning the navy the president says In my judgment wo should thIJ year provide for four battleships BJ It is Idle to build battleships unless m addition to and means for thorough training we p vide the auxiliaries for them we provide docks the coaling statid the colliers and supply ships that t need We are extremely deficient coaling stations and docks on the 1 clfic and this deficiency should longer be permitted to exist Pie of torpedo boats and destroyers shot be built Both on the Atlantic and I clflc coasts fortifications of the type should be provided for allrgreatest harbors 1 Until our battle fleet Is much tar than at present it should never be sp into detachments so far apart tbatthc could not in event of emergency bi speedily united Our coast line Is pnlv the Pacific just as much as on the Atlantic I The battle fleet should now and then be moved to the Pacific just as at other times It should be kept in the Atlantic When the Isthmian canal Is built the transit of the battle fleet from one ocean to the other wlilybe comparatively easy Until it Is built I earnestly hope that the battle fleet will be thus shifted between the two oceans every year or two The battle is fleet is about starting by the strait of aMagellan to visit the Pacific coast Sixteen battleships are going under the command of Rear Admiral Evans while eight armored cruisers and two other battleships will meet him In San Fran cisco whither certain torpedo destroy ers are also going No fleet of such size tins ever made such a voyage and r It will be of very great educational use to all engaged In It The only way by which to teach officers and men how to handle the fleet so as to meet every possible strain and emergency In time of war is to have them practice similar conditions in time of uudtrIThe president recommends creased pay for both officers and ed men and advises promotion by selection above the grade of lieutenant commander j Foreign Affairs In foreign affairs the president says this countrys steady policy is to be have toward other nations as n strong and self respecting man should behave toward the other men with wuom be Is brought Into contact In other words our alm is disinterestedly to help other nations where such help can be wisely given without the appearance of med dUng with what does not concern us to be careful to act as n good neighbor and at the same time In good natured fashion to make It evident that we Io not Intend to be Imposed upon The president refers at length to The 0It1JTlieI commend to the favorable consid oration of the congress a postal sayings panic system as recommended by ttorsthe time being from national banks trust companies and savings bruits in dividuals have hoarded their cash and the workingmen their earnings fall II of which money has been withhold and kept in hiding or in the safe ell prosperIty savings banks such money would be restored to the channels of trade to the mutual benefit of capital and labor cougresslhegenerals recommendation for an ex tension of the parcel post especially- on the rural routes It would beamost desirable thing to put the fourth class postmasters In the classified serv iceOther recommendations are Deepening of the inland waterways ersytitem Jlfv ways The repeal of the tariff on forest products especially the duty onwaod landlaws pulp I against land grabbers and more favor ablo to bona tide settlers Retention of the governments title v to IatidsExtension t serves lit N PortoRhio Alaska f inshoeI to dasth America Reniesfonof the Boxer indemnity yftgpr entry for Cfolriew ttudentifi Jt P to America i VJ t II fJOif yl if L w a