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A1r e b 1rr i1r vt n s 1 i t 1 I f 1 11 I I F 1 1 t tI J It J 4- V Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTYSubscription 1 per Year i VjOL XX1BAITFOED OHIO COIJNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 6 1908 No 33 rL BRAD1aEYY EtEtTEDSENATOR Wins Long Fight With The Aid of Four Democrats i Opposition Canfht Napping Wall t Into Trap sad Help Make a Quorum Former GOT William O Bradley was elected United States Senator at Prank tort lost Friday amid scenes of wild excitement His election camo as- a complete surprise to most of the Democratic members and was made possible by four of the Democrats who had refused to vote for Beckbam Char arranged to allow enough Democrats to ery effort was made by the Democrats to stem the tide and extricate them selves from the trap Into which they had been led but to no avail The die had been cast The Republicans arranged to allow enough Democrats t vote to make a quorum before they exposed their hand and it was all over AS soon as the followers of Beckham had expended their lung force The election would have taken place on the previous day had the Democrats knot broken the quorum On the final ballot the supporters of Beckham scat tered over a wide range being unable oto agree on a candidate The election ballot resulting as fol- lowse AV 6 Bradley 64 j C W Beckham 15 Ollie M James 15 James B McCreary 1 JrO C Mayo 5 Srafth 2 a tTohn RAllen y 2 2tJlUnes B Garnett George R Hunt 1 J C S Blackburn i 1 J Campbell Cnntrill 1 WT Ellis 1 J W Cammack i 1 Jerre A Sullivan 1 A 0 Stanley 1 31 1L Elllston 1 J W Newman 1 C U McElroy 1 Total 127 Necessary to choice 64t I Scattering 63 When after an hour of Intense cx tcltemertt and turmoil Speaker dooch nnnounsijQ the result and declared Unulhjy Delected the enthusiasm of the i Republicans and antlBeckham Democrats I knew no bounds Dignified men howled themselves hoarse and strong ones cried like children Tho newly Elected Senator was surrounded by his I admIrers and supporters and over whelmed with congratulations Af I tcr quiet had been restored he was es- cortedW t to the Speakers stand by a committee and made the following ringing speech In his characteristic style Mr Speaker and Gentlemen of the AssemblyI want In the first place to return my thanks to you for the or deal through which you have passed and the fair way In which you have e out of It I want In the next y say to my Republican friends Jr that as long as Ute ex forgetlistshell knflMW K they have stood thlrbylight to the other rcCU boys that ytfa did sit B W It bC Moat I want to thank you aftf thr93e Democrats who voted for me flint Doming and I dealt never forget wntt they have done v Toyou gentlemen who have voted iaist me let me say Ihavo the ktil warmfoeliug yw are all Ken Jt Dsand what you thought ijht To the distinguished gentleman Vlrhii been my opponent I have no flnifeli Word to say I drt not here fto Mice at his defeat but I mm here- Fdbjolcebver my own lactftra ftitfrit to say to you gentlemen Ihit I fowl the gravity of thin situ j r tlO fIi t utrlto do my dety but p I want tolpromise you Democrats and Republicans alike that when I go the UnlMsd Statta Senrje I will y c101hatIthln1t1i right tfJKft A for Kentucky P fiwal1t ta say anotl thing I M4 a rIUe tvirIffetikvitiiU I uwrnoahnltodi Ji + bpt iiT 1f t is t IJtdtNh IY 0 and my vote to take the tax off of tobacco and allow the man who pro duces the tobacco to manufacture It and In that way at lyiat try to do something for the peace of the Com momwialthof Kentucky I have never gentlemen denied my Republicanism and I dont believe that those who know mo best havo ever charged that I have been In any sense a partisan When I was Governor of this State Itried to give every Democrat within Us bor ders a fair hearing I never was ac tuated In doing a faVor because a man was a Republican nor refused a thing because he was a Democrat Remem ber above all things that I am a fair square man who wants to do my duty and will do It regardless of con sequences whenever that duty comes up iTothe Democrats of Kentucky I want to say that when I go to the Senate I am the Senator from Ken tucky and I ain your servant and when you desire anything I want you to make free to call on meand I will do all In my power to accommodate youI shall of course be a Republican on Republican questions It Is Impos sible for me to be anything else I commenced following the banner of that party in 1869 when we had less than 40000 votes in Kentucky We were down in the valley of despair There was not even a friendly star shining upon us and from that day to this I have worked as a Republic an because I believed it was right and when I used to say that Ien tucky was going Republican people laughed at me long ago but she has gone Republican four times I have been a Republican because I believe It was right because I believe In those great interests which the Republican partyfni1sfor and I shall stand for those interests and I shall do my whole d as an honest man to the State of Kentucky Gentlemen I love Kentucky better than any other spot on earth I have heard you gentlemen during this contest talk about love for Kentucky 1 yield to no man when it comes to the love of my nativeState but with all her faults I love her better than any other spot on earth I want to be first If I know how to be What I consider the first duty of every man today Is what he should do1 In the next place my friends I want It known that on partisan matters I or political questions I shall be a Republican but I want you all to re member that I am a Kentucklanand Inland against the world No man shall ever despoil the fair name of keritUCky while 1 lilt there for Ken Lucky will have a defender rind ono who will defend her with his life blood if necessary I dont want to detain you I simply want to say that words arc powerless toexpress my gratification on this occasion I never was eo grate ful I cant express It but take It for granted that no man could be more grateful than I am today Let me say to those of the General Assem bly let there be no strife let us go along and do what Is best for the Interest of the State Take up Im portant makers In the Leglslaturoand do what you can to help Kentucky remembering every man In here that he Is no less a Kentuckian than I am and that we all stand for the honor welfare and wellbeing and prosperi ty of our State Goy Bradley was overwhelmed wltn applause and congratulations at the I conclusion of his address the Democrats Joining with the Republicans in offering their felicitations Tears stood In his eyes andhe was so deeply affected that he could not respond to their many kind express lone Speaker Oooch tharf AJ 06jnled ft com committee To escort thedcfeted pout tea to the platform Attend toardh of ev al minutes the committee f4 turned sA reported that It had been unabJb to l66te GoV Beckham and that he bad probably left the build ing On motto of Senator Curetbnj a joint assembly eras then adjourn sine die iled Dr Malllltleaq Dead Dr L H Hammond one of Ohio countys best citizen died vejpr suddenly at his residence near Horton this county about one oclock p m yesterday He had beets In feeble health but it was not thought to be of a serious nature He WRs lUlng1n runt of the fire andwipeout any raising ropp4lyerrdeet fa warning drcpped overhead at LI lleitt til2 tletnalne were i iateed In LcJtJM e t J1o 1 fY I SENATORELECT WILLIAM OCONNELL BRADLEY HOPE FOR ELEC i TION LAW r 1 r Bar Association Thinks Sed ate Will Pass One Abolition of Certificate System and Fixing Penalties Are Some Changes Its dpU6 of the lateness cf teat present session of the State Legisla ture the hope is being expreoaed by Kentucky Bat Association which IS advocating A new election laWth i the bill whto is now In the Senate will be passed by the L88i It has been1 favorably repoirledl to the Senate and wilicome upfhis wok for Its ffriatlding wJiest Its passage Is expected It nrlll three be considered in the House and If rid de termlnod opposition to it develops it isbItevedby its trldlr4s that the law- wjlli ell tho4kenA- li9 tbtltreat obtrtaeledf Mill fprtveto11- R1A1R1cpAleptL 4 r11 t tl at member ofthepemadlaaetlrtrd that 1 1biuth xltgt t feto01i1t1itiopit j L ft I partisan efforts on the part of the lawyers of the State to get an elec tion law which will do away with the abuses which have marked the present law- Probably the chief change he said hI tboftbpllton of the system of reg IslraUon CrUflcut63 which have be tbmS negotiable instrument in tho htJfJdl tit unscrupulous citizens Wild sell thtiD1 rs buy thenl both without idcIngltablo to any pen alty for so doing The new law preVftrlieff a penalty for tl e giver and taker 4t iil bribe in connection with voting and1 restores tho old identification system foV voters In placeof the certificate system Fifteen of twenty changes In tho taw aremadealtogethttf both the local lawyers Who started the plan for a change after the 1905 election here the committee of the Legislature in 1906 which had it In charge the State Bar Associations committee having made changes which it is believed mad lhe bill the best possible at tainable ClremenIfrompoUtics aiakingithe date of registration soy oral motatha earlier W order to give more time for the purgation of the Hsts provisions Tor the leasing ol yiopertxfor siitrationotelection yurpe yyxdnsvordef jUiat there 3a Ba no changes oftUer vbUng1 tlhlt htf Ux18 yd t tirpeealtr tt w f rtrt Kc for each of the election offenses many of which have heretofore gone with out liability of punishment are among the most Important amendments tithe law j IA Bright Ohio County Boy Victor Mathews son of editor Heber Mathews of The Herald Is ma king a great record as a linotype operator Ha is employed at present on The NeWS ftt WllkesBare Penn La t week he Set7Of1 lines In one day Previous to this he had set 6371 ems of solid brevier lid average per hour His latest average is 65181 ems per hour This is a great record trone of his age and we doubt If it can be beaten We always delight to note tlie success of an Ohio county boy and we predicted some time ago that young Mattews would give a good acC ftt of himself Notice to Republicans Perst that to the direction of the Re publican State central Committee the time for holding precinct masscom ventions to elect members of the county committee is changed irony March 7th to May 2nd 1908 It is therefore ordered that the Republicans of Ohio county Assemble at their several Voting placet atlVcloclc on Saturday May 2 1908 for the purpose of select lug members of the1 county executive ttnitteev M S RAG AND China By J M DBVBEaSi iSec 1 FOR FAIRBANKSFOR 4 Is Newly Elected Senator States His Position Federal Office Holders Must Not Boss Presidential Nomi nation- S Senatorelect W 0 Bradley has come out for Fairbanks for the Re publican Presidential nomination and It there was ever any doubt about how Kentucky would stand it has been dispelled He gives strong reasons for his belief that the Indiana statesman is the strongest candidate before the people He also shows up the weaknesses of the Taft candidacy Following is the full text of his statementDuring the contest for United States Senator I felt as the nominee of the Republican party that I had no right to endanger success by com plicating that race with my prefer ence for the nominee for President Despite absolute silence In this matter the active friends of Mr Taft aside from those in the General Assembly and a few others gave no aid or comfort slme of them doing what they were able to do to defeat me Now that the contest has been happily ended I feel that the public has tho right to know my position The recent financial troubles which un happily have not been wholly relieved will of course whether Justly or not be charged upon the Repubdllcan party Just as the Homestead riots were charged Upon It In 1892 Not withstanding Mr Harrison had given one of the most superb adminis trations the country had ever expe rienced and that neither he nor his party was responsible for these riots the Republican party went down to defeat We might as well appreciate the fact now tfiat wo shall have no walkover in the coming Presidential contest It therefore behooves the party to exercise great caution In the selection of a presidential candidate Judge Taft Is a man of winning per= sonality and signal ability and would if elected make a great President But while this is true It seems evident that his election Is by no means certain With the labor unions and the negroes against him It Is exceedingly doubtful whether he could car ry the States of Ohio Illinois Indiana New Jersey New York and possibly others There can he no hope of carrying Kentucky West Virginia and Maryland So far as tho Central anti extreme Southern States are concern ed It Is well known that not a single electoral vote can be had for Mr Taft or any other Republican Be sides It Js plain that the lastmen toned States are conrolled alone by Federal officeholders Tile Federal officeholders In Ken tucky have never failed when controll ing the patty in the State to accomplish a Democratic success In 1S87 when there were HU Repub lican Federal pfflcehpldera In tho Slate the Republicans reduced a Democratic majority of more than iCl coriIthere WNra tin I ficeholders Iii Kentucky the Repub licans carried the State by a plurali ty of nearly 9000 In 1893 wlidii there were no Republican Federal offlcnhni crs In tho State Kentucky gave its electoral votes with ono exception for William McKinley Now mark the dif ferenceWhen Bailey was nominated for Clerk of the Court of Appeals in 1897 through the machination of the Fed eral officeholders in the State the publicans were defeated by 18000 and a Democrat Legislature elected which passed the infamous Goebel election law In 1900 notwithstanding the magnificent record of McKinley and Roosevelt and the splendid personality of Mr Yerkes under the active leadership of Republican Federal of flceholdejs Kentucky was again carri ed by the Democrats In 1903 the Federal Republican officeholders booted and spurred ran over Will solland Pratt nominating Mr Belknap for Governor who notwithstanding his high character waS beaten the enormous majority of 2S00tfando11yl a fciyiffaJr member I Continued onEighth PqeIP L YY 1 f A T EMENDOUS i c t f- L Now for a matchless sale a storecrowding sale a sensationalsale the greatest reduction sale to be held in Hartford this year A dean dear Wined windup of a most prosperous season x EVERYTHING MUST GO Having sold our building to the Masons and leased the first floor of the main building we are compelled to greatly re duce our immense stock Well hitch a bigger load to your dollar than it ever pulled before Read carefully these s items Theres a big saving in them for YOU 0 s I Sale Ends Saturday March 14 +READ THESE PRICES CAREFULLY+ CLOTHING Mens ana oaths Suits assortIImenl Allf3EO Sailsnow 198 500 u 348 i 1000 u 698 1250u u 898 u I5COu u 1149 500Ovemets 348 1 850 u 598 u 1000u u 648 u 1250u u 848 u 1500u 1148 BOYS KNEE PANTS AND SUITS Buy the boy anew suit at these prices All 100 Suits nw 69c 41 300u u 219 400u 298 500u u 3 48 35cBoyKneePahts 19 u 50u u 38 u 100u U 78 CAPS A lot of fiftycent and twentyfive cent Caps to fce sold at nineteen cents I TRUNKS AND BAGS Ten per cent discount on Trunks Bags and Suit cases MENS AND BOYS SHIRTS All styles collars detached and collars attached and Coat ShirtsOne of Mens White Shirts regular 50c at 19c One lot of Mons Fancy Shirts regular 25c at 15c One lot of Mpns Fancy Shirts regular 1 at 69c JPRINTS American light blue prints6cSimpsons black and white prints 6c S 6impsonc 6t1meriCanc DOMESTICS Yardwide Brown Domestic 6c Hope Bleached Domestic 10c Messenger Bleached Domestic lOc Lonsdale Cambric 12c 94 Pepperell Sheeting brown 2c 104 Pepperell Sheeting brown 27c 94 Pepperell Sheeting bleached 26c 104 Pepperell Sheeting bleached 28c I BLANKETS A great sacrifice in Fine Wool Blankets All wool 104 regular 4 quaUtynow298A- ll wool 11 4 regular 5 quality now 369 CARPETS UGS AND MATTING Twenty jer cent discount on everything in this depart ment Some rare bargains here I ODD VESTS One lot of Odd Vests regular price 100 to 250 now going at 29c SHOES Mens Shoes Boys Shoes Ladies Shoe 1 Misses Shoes We have Shoes for every bodythe largest and best line of Shoes in town Ladies Kid Shoes regular 175 now 139 Ladies Kid Shoes regular 250 now 189 Ladies Kid Patent Leather regular 350 quality now249Me-ns Heavy Shoes regular 150 quality now 119 Mens Heavy Shoes regular 175 quality now 139 Mens Fine Shoes regular 175 qual ity now 119 A lot of Childrens Shoes both heavy and fine Shoes at greatly reduced prices Ask to see them LACE CURTAINS Now isthe time to buy your Spring Curtains All 85c Curtains now 59c All 125 Curtains now 98c All 150 Curtains now 119 All 225 Curtains now 169 COLLARS AND BELTS A lot of Ladies nice Collars and Belts worth 25c and50c now priced nt 9c EMBROIDERIES AND LACES Ten pur cent discount on all Embroideries and Laces during this Bale RIBBONS A lot of Ribbons from lOc to SOcthe yard to be soldat 9c the vutil Dont fail to visit this departmentr M This is strictly a oneprice store Everything is marked in plain figures All I reductions exactly as advertised No juggling of prices No twisting of figures Everything open fair and above board I These prices are Striotly for Cash AA i AF bAI UI INCORPORATED J p Hartford ii r kenhicktr n S iIi 0R 1 i i H T v L TOBACCO DEAL ifDEUARED OFF t No Sale of Pooled Biirley Crop To American c t The Burley Society Leaders CHarge Bad Faith on part of Company Negotiations between the Burley To bacco Society and the American To bacco Company looking to the sale of the pooled crops of 1906 and 190 daylasts finitely declared off Tho represenja tlves of the Burley Soslety say that the trust was not dealing with them in good faith and the breach between the two warring factions Is wider c than ever now It was hoped that the Immense amount of tobacco which Is In the lice ley pool might be sold to the trust and s tho tobacco war in Kentucky ended and there was much uTsmppoiutment o expressed here when members of the district board of the sod ety reached Frankfort with the news 4 that the deal was off It was declared by the members of fho board that tin deal wens never closed to a bitccossfnl issue for tic reason that tho trust I was never In good faith and they de clare that they will never seek meeting with the trust Sevtral days ago the trust opened negotiations for tho sale of the pooled tobacco Intimating that they would buy tho entire pooled crop of both 190 and 1907 A meeting of the district board and of tho executive committee of the society was called for Winches ter to meet with tho representative of the trust Two buyers for the Amer lean Tobacco Company went ti Win lt chester and began negotiating with the executive committee but the meeting was kept secret as it was believed that should the deal fall through it would hurt the society to have It announced that a deal was going to be made and then have nothing come of it For four or five days the buyers were in conference with the representatives of the Burley Society and Burley grow ers were confident that something would be done Now If is definitely settled that there will bo no deal and r no sale of the tobacco The district board adjourned with tho members feeling that they had been tricked and they expressed thrmselvesIcey on th subject J H Thomasof Bourbon county one of the members of the board said They played us for suckers and tried to string us They strung us all right In fact they were never on the level It was a big bluff game they were working and I think It was done to prevent the McChord bill from passing They were never in good faith considering the purchase and we never did anything all fie time that we were In Winchester with the trust buyers There were two and finally another came along but it all came to naught and now theTiegotlatlons have been definitely broken off I am dis gusted with the way we were treated and feel that we were strung OtHer membrs of the board expreses themselves this same way and all of them said that they were badly treate They all thought the trust waS bluffing aid tolrLt put tem In a hole Now it looks like ho trust meats to fight l to a finish Keeping 21 Straight Lint What man hues learned by dine of thought and experiments mooJf the lower amnesia appear to know through instinct An Induce is furnttted by the spiral swlnrmlug of cert lr or ganisms such as tho sphericalshaped volvox and soveral elongated nfusor lans As they reyolve about the axis of progression as does a projectile fired a rifled gun the consequence is that they are able to travel in a straight line as they could nut do otherwise the revolution compensat- Ing with absolute precIsion for any tendency to deviate from a straight course Without such a device many of these minute creatures would elm ply desirlbe circles making no forward progress Top of the Continent It must have been a pleasant and Columbusllko feeling that filled and thrilled the soul of encli first traveler on each of tljo great rivers of America k It must have been so because that is f how the normal boy feels When he finds a new path through the woods or across lots and the manexplorer Is but a largeprint edition of the boy explorer so writes Aubrey Fullprton forDecemberThose were great and glorious first trips up Iho St Lawrence from east tp west down the Mississippi nqrth t rto south up the Columbia west to east down tho Mackenzie south to north They are hlsory now and if you wants to know what they felt like there are only two ways of finding put ahdjthey only in part to read the pest m 1 I 011 1 f f r rrJj Y A WomaaisBaok- Has many aches and pains caused by weaknesses and falling or other displace meat of the pelvic organs Other symp frequenst r gnawIng bearing down In lower abdominal or pelvic region disagreeable drains from pelvic I I weaknessIfsymptoms are present there Is no remedy tb t wive quicker relief or a moro pcr ma ent than Dr Pierces Favorite P lt has a record of over forty years of c s t nos tent I I t + t r V o flown Icaiscte cr t IS plado of eg ycericextracts o nat vs ufedlcl nal roots found in our forests and con tains not a drop bf alcohol or harmful habitforming drugs Its Ingredients all printed on tho bottle nrapper and at 7tested under oath as correct Ingredient entering into Fa vorite Prescription has tho written en dorscment of the most eminent medical pratticsmorenonprofessional testimonials though tho latter arc not lacking having been con patientIngiven to any other medicine extant for tho euro of womans Ills You cannot afford to accept any medicine of unknown Composition as a substitute for this well proven remedy or KNOWN COMPOSITION oven though tho dealer may- mako a little moro profit thereby Your Interest In regaining health Is paramount to any selfish Interest of his and It Is an insult to your Intelligence for him to try to palm off upon you a substitute You know what you want and It Is his bust ness to supply the artlclo called for Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets aro the upbymuch imitated but nevcrcqualed Little sugarcoated granules asy to take M candyr journals of the men who mado them or better to follow yourself In the path of true of them by going this summer or next down tho Mackenzie With such an introduction the author tells an interesting story well Il lustrated with photographs of the re sources of the tremendous new Northwest just now In process of opening up for settlement TELLS HOW JO MIX IT Directions to Prepare Home Mixture Tells You How to Overcome Rheu matism With Simple Recipe Which is Easily MIzed A wellknown authority on Rheu inatnsm gives the readers of a large Now York dally paper the following valuable yet simple and harmless prescription which any one can easily prepare at home Fluid Extract Dandelion onehalt ounce Compound Kargon one ounce Compound Syrup Sarsaparllla three ouncesMix by shaking well in n bottle and take teaspoonful after each meal and at bedtime Ho states that tho ingredients can be obtained from any good prescription pharmacy dismall cost and be ing of vegetable extraction are harm less to tike This pleasant mixture If taken reg ularly for a few days Is said tot ever come almost any case of Rheumatism Tho pain and swelling If any dimin ishes with each dose lintl11permanent results are obtained and without in juring the stomach While there are ninny eocnlled Rheumatism remedies patent medicines etc somo of which do gvle relief few really vivo permanent I results and the above will no doubt bo greatly appreciated by many sufferers hero at this time Inquiry at the dru g neighborhood elicits the informationl that these drugs aro harmless and pan be bought separately or tho druggists here will mix the proscription for our I readers if asked to TOBACCO TRUST SIIOULD- BEINVESTIGATE D i Says Governor Willson in His Special Message to the Legislature GovernoV Willson In his special mes sage to the legislature lust werfk dealt the Tobacco trust a terrific blow Ha said The Governor has always favored earnest Impartial wise and zealqus in of what arc as the oftccnight riding and any trust or corporal abuses but his opinion was against time necessity of employing lawyers se lected by legislature committees f this purpose because he believed the many members of the General Assembly themselves personally knew as muc I about such troubles causes and hi as any witness In tho State and had I ample knowledge to ask for themselves any questions necessary and had layers as able as any lawyers to put in forcible effective useful and proper shape tho results of such investiga tion I hope that the General Assembly will not adjourn without adop ting a strong and comprehensive net authorizing the Attorney General and his associates to Investigate thorough ly and report to the Governor or that General A ssembly on tho causes conditions and character of the re cent disturbances timid disorders In the tobacco distrcit and any trust o combinations which In his opinion ar injurious to our people and that tho act will authorize tho payment of tho actual and necessary expenses of such witInesst8for reporting the testimony and for making out the report and conclusion of the Attorney General out of tho amount of tho appropriation of 25 000 asked for in this message sec payments to be made on itemized ac counts certified correct by the Attorney Generay and approved by the GOY ernor and 1 hope that the measure will j be so drawn that tho Attorney Gen oral will be enabled to require the j attendance of witnesses and tho production ofbooks papers and evidence in order that he may mako a search- Ing and efficient investigation of the methods and conduct complained of in tho trust and that will be compre hensive enough to cover all trusts and any future disorders or troubles con thitIt f sufficient force for this work the reor ganization of tho Attorney Generals office with authority to employ assis tants and incur the necessary ex I pesnes heretofore recommended In the interest of true economy and etHel ency In the operation of his office a will be necessary I recommend that he be expressly required to report whether the statutes now In force are sufficient to remedy the abuses and punish any offenses of the trusts and that if ho concludes that they are not he should be required to fram and report for the consideration of any future session of the General Assembly such measure as in hisIopinion after examining tho best cedents and records of public measure against trust abuses in other Suites I will best protect the people of this Commonwealth against unfair or un just business practices and operations LpvelI level I since I began using Dr Kings New Life Pill writes Jacob Spring er of West Franklin Maine They keep my stomach liver and bowels working Just right If these pills ells bOilrefundEd IIItgraph for the study of earthquakes that led to the discovery of tho surprising sensitiveness of tho crust of tit I Rapid changes of temperature are hard on the toughest constitution The conductor passing from the heated inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature of the platformthe canvasser spending an hour or ao in a heated buildlg and then walking against a biting wind know the difficulty of avoiding cold Scoffs Emulsion strengthens the body so thait can better withstand the danger of cold from changes of temperature It will help you to avoid taking cold ALL DRUGGISTS SOet AND lOO j 1Ialteration In the pressure of thu at mosphere during the passage of storms l I causing a perceptible tilting of largo I areas of ground A curious case pt dlrecrlonhasi I Omorl In Jauan A storm passing over thesea east of Toklo caused the bordering land to tilt downward ono withstanding the tact that tho atinos pheric pressure Is lessened within a storm area This Is explained by then fact that the sea rises with release i of atmospheric pressure and the ac- cumulationi of water moro than suf ieflced to counterbalance the decrease In weight of the air I CALEB POWERS LAST jTRIALCflSTHIMi5000 Several Thousand Dollars More Than Previous Hearings y Hav6 Cost A friend of Caleb Powers In discus sing the trial of the noted prisoner said that the cost would approximate about 40000 Of this amount ho said about fifteen thousand dollars was paid by Powers for his defense which was se yeral thousand dollars more than any of tho former trials cost tits prisoner The additional cost of this trial was endue to the fact that getting time jury alone cost over 10000 Asked If the friend of Powers in the Eleventh Congressional district his old home from which he was el ected Secretary of Stat worn active In his political Interest the gentleman sieve quoted said If Powers is not pardoned by Gov ernor Willson before July the time set for next trial he will certain trialIjoists and his arbitrary ruling indthe last trial will undoubtedly be sworn oft time bench and an Impartial Judge will be appointed by Governor Wlllsou which will Insure Powers a fair trial CODl1pletelyeni I phaslze this vindication by nominating him for Congress And he will bo eli ected by an overwhelming majority j Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with local applications as they can pot reach the seat of the disease Cat diencase and in order to cure itvmust I must lake Internal remedies Halls andsmuocous surfaces Halls Catarrh is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians In thls regularsprescription It Is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting on the raucous surfaces The perfect combination of two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results teslimoefreej EY CO Props To ledo 0 Sold by Druggists price 7Ec Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m9 Value of the Newspaper Occasionally a trait Is found i every coiffmunity who thinks he can trot afford to be a subscriber to u local paper Does he take out nit pencil and figure In a cool meihoaicil way the cost of a weekly paper tone dollar a year Docs he calculatingly prove that this expense Is bu lesifonecent a day Dues ho In falrw himself make comparison of this newspaper expanse with his tobacco or other indulgMico which in might forego with profit Nut mute That daddy dollar which pays for tlwI local newspaper has been dangling foro his eyes and growing bigger every glance until It assumes the proI portion of a Ferris wheel in his in agination I No citizen can afford to b3 wlthoui j a local paper It is safe to say that 5 a year represents tho actual Mules of a local newspaper to tho avotngi subscriber There are ideas advatueu and suggestions given the value o which to the reader is little thought of As a business proposition the lo cal newspaper is worth many tin tho remarkably low subscription price asked saying nothing of the question of sentiment A Case for Misery I have found a curt for tho misery I malaria poison produces says II M James of Loucllen S C Its cr1Ied Ellctric Bitters and come In 50 cent bottles It breaks up a case of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time and it puts yellow jaundice clean out pf commission Thlsgreatj tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick relief In all slomaca liver miseryII 1 beenInand has been made under his pcr EOBalKUpcrvitnon since its Infancy Anowno one to deceive You in thIs All JOonrtrrffetfar Imitations and Jutagood are but ExperTlazsLa that trlfie iffUi and endanger the health of Infants sell CREMren Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Ccurtorfc in a harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pnre goric mNt awl Seething Syrups It Is Pleasant Itcontains either Opkun Morphine nor other Narcotio KHfbstaace Its age fe its frcarautec It destroys Worms YludQDUcafid 5Kt xeua It acsauOatcs the Food regulates tho sleepThoCENUJDE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Tuft Kind Yon Have Always Bought la Use For Over 30 Years = nT rfIQ w Y111tl Y new em CITY iwmrttMu tsa1j 11 I OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REeosLcca1 and Louisville HeroW 135 THE RB CTaMcia and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE RE OBMCTAZS JUM Eourier Journale 150 THE R 2uLK ir an J Sc Louis Globe Pemocrat 175 THE REWjaA ciSJ xis Home anti Farm 125 THE REraBLoaur arul LippencottT8 and Ctarnoplitun 325 THE REiCHSfirjZJB sjNlTwkwHJrWeek OvieiiBboroInquirer 175 THE REP SHXJ 3 wwfc DaHy Owenslx ro Inquirer 375 THE REPUscnots td Twt1aWeek Xboro Messenger 175 THE REPUicaujB nod National Magazine J 150 THE Rei+ uiJiDaLH ad TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 TUB Rrjwsaxztxi asd New Idea Womans Magazine 135 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN spital Stock 25000 Surplus ProfiiS I250o This la your Dank Come In DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin KoweBurcb Felix Jim Polk Stevens F Hoover 4 1f stet A r1ee1 4 a tj ltd 14h= 4 a JeSAlleb Bgtfj Will Mifktf no Mistake ng tho Reliable Jt and Well KI u Firm of bit fl i Jl WILLIAMS MILLER B 4q b tq For anything they need on the farm They bit W handle Ibwa ofitll kitida andmakes Disc j d3 Harrow tfland wood fnimo Harrows riding and I1 walking Ciitavatora Wagons of the best makes and bit J4bttggie far yoiiitfe fiNks an i old folks ttic bit 4 Itt Additionij We have the bect equipped shop in Ohio county j s C1 fitted with tins latent improved machinery and ap 21 pliances stud besides all kitvis of general Blacksmith = ing ciiu da Hsoiiy jobs in fiistclasa shape that other I shops cauwtiltf at all Everything at very moder i inrt p I v f12 1 TrhLLAM fc MILLERIqBEAVER DAM KENTUCKY bw 1r 1 1y M w lF u t i 4 Hartford Eequi Iican Iradb1tbs Uorttord iibIiblng Conpinj tacoirou dip O M BtKNtr V X SMITH E4II IO T7CL7CPSL027Y8 CLIAbz1ancS3WOUCh FRIDAY MARCH 6 Examine the label on your paper If t Is not correct notify us Senator Bradley sounds well Fairbanks Is the safe and sane candidate He would be just to all Presidential slate makers will do well to keep an eye on Uncle Joe Cannon If we can get China and Japan to fighting each other the yellow per il will be in good shape The Democrats inHartford who shed tears over Beckhams timely end could be counted on the fingers of one hand Members of Congress seems to think If they can get the motto In God We Trust restored to the coins it will end the panic There are now In Kentucky at least two band wagons and the would be Federal office holder had better look twice before he jumps Now If that legislature will only give us those redistricting laws repeal the registration certificate law and dog tax all will be forgiven Senator Bradley correctly states the conditions when he says there would be no chance for the Republi cans to carry Kentucky with Taft as Q the nominee Hid a one stoppedto Inquire why in all this reported burning of tobacco the American Tobacco Co has never lost a dollars worth of property If members of the A S of E are doing the burning why let the A T Co escape There Istobearrr fight between Beckham and his enemies for control of the party machinery In the State The exGov will pose as a martyr and by thus hopes to continue his hold on his party looking to something good In the future It ua though the county unit law will be killed In the Senate and by the Democrats They have six majority In that body One day this week an effort was made to call the bill from the committee but it was defeat ed the vote being 18 to 16 Of the 18 who voted to prevent consideration only 4 were Republicans Our Representative Dr J A Duff is making a good record at Frank fort and is popular among his fellow members He is always right on all questions and was one of Bradleyd strong aides in his long fight for United States Senator He s rarely paired but sticks to his business as the representative of all Interests of Ohio county If Taft is the Republican nominee for President the Republicans will have the fight of their lives to carry Ohio county for him It is just as well to be plain about this matter Whether the loss of Ohio county would have any effect on the contest or not we all know what effect it would have on the county election next year The Hartford Herald Is trying to array good farmers against Gov Will son and ExGov Beckham because they sent soldiers to protect Innocent people from night riders Bless your souls boys all good farmers want night riding stopped and evidences are fast multiplying that this whole business was started to break up the American Society of Equity No prop erty has yet been destroyed for the Tobacco Trust The election of ExGovernor lastley to the United States Senate Friday completes the Republican State victory of last fall and only justIIyhonestly districted for members of the Senateand House no one will dis pute that both branches of the Ken tucky legislature as a result of that election would today be in tho hands of the Republicans by safe majorities On the other hand If the Senator could have been elected by popular vote Bradley would have won over Bbkham by 25000 The Hartford Herald Is trying to slr the night riders on the editors of this paper because we defend Gov Wtllson for sending troops to some points in our State to suppress them From itho outset we have denounced night riders as enemies of the A S of E and Ve have yet to learn where any member of the socIety has Hail anything todotheseottt f J f t gess1 The Heralds Implied In vltatlon to them to go after us cans ea nooks of sleep One of our edi ton wks Recently arrested In a dIs- tant city on a false charge because he happened to be at the head of thisisoclety and as he believes time will provethrough an effort of the to odium upon and break up the society Later when the State administration tender ed him a position he was set upon by every trust paper In the State because of his connection with this society These things will not deter us from standing for justice to all and against those things which we believe will tend to weaken the heroic fight which the noble farmers are making against such a powerful and unscrupulous enemy God still reigns and right shall yet prevail The electionof GovBradley Unit ed States Senator last week brings prominently before the eyes of Kentucky Republicans Hon M H Thatch er from our neighbor county of But ler Mr Thatcher was chairman of the Legislative campaign last fall and was untiring In his efforts to carry the legislature for the Republicans He worked so Incessantly that he would often refuse to take time to j eat or sleep and he brought to his i work ability of an unusual high order Since the contest has been on at Frankfort he has been there day and night working like a beaver to bring j success to the caucus nominee We Senator elect i williIttions in the future It is thought by many that he will succeed Du Relle as district Attorney for the Western dis trict He served for several years as Assistant to District Attorney Hill and it Is safe to say he proved to be the most competent man who ever held the plate Notwithstanding Mr Thatchers ability anr high charac ter the President for the moment for got his civil service proclivities re moved him and appointed a man whose only qualification was the fact that he had license to practice law Mr Thatcher has also been very favorably mentioned for National com mitteeman In our estimation no hon or too good can come to him In view of thp great services he has render ed AS WELL KNOW THE TRUTH Evidences are multiplying every day which show beyond a doubt It seems to us that Mr Taft cannot be elected President on the Republican ticket those who are determined to force the this out but we feel that we ove It to our partIn Ohio county and the fourth Congressional district If those who are determined to point the candidacy of the Secretary of war up on the party succeed and defeat comes we are not going to suffer the small est part of the responsibility placed at our ddor If he Is nominated Mr Taft will lose Kentucky by 40000 majority His attitude toward the negro soldiers and toward organized labor will not only embarrass us In the present race but will render doubtful many Kentucky Republican counties in the election of county of ficers next year In order that our readers may know the position which organized labor Is taking toward the Taft candidacy we reproduce labor resolutions adop ted by the Washington Central Labor Union unanamously and which ex plains the method to be followed in arousing labor sentiment against the secretary of war Whereas An election is to take place for delegates to both the Ite publican and Democratic conventions Whereas Labor Is opposed to Wil liam H Taft Secretary of War for the presidency be it Resolved That the president of the Central Labor Union appoint a commit tee of three to secure the written promise of candidates as delegates to the Republican and Democratic con ventions that they will not vote for any candidate for the Presidency who Is opposed to organized labor many Joining Army Messrs Albert Long Jesse Haycraft William T Brown D Reamus C Flelden of Hartford Joined the U S army at the Army Recruiting Station at Owensboro Ky They enlisted for the artillery branch of serviceand all passed an excellent physical exam- Ination They were sent Immediately to Jefferson Barracks at St Louis Mo for their preliminary training in joining enlistedThe Owensboro recruiting station is doing a record breaking business at present 34 men were accepted during the month of February last After carefully considering the various Statements which have appeared concerning the Increase of enlistments are stimulated by fate prospects of Congress granting the much needed Increase of pay Many experienced soldiers are only reenlisting also up payWlllsion in the labor market dud the win ter season have very little to do with enlistments REGULAR SESSION OHIO CIRCUIT COUR Now Being Held With Ligh Docket Both Criminal and Civil The regular March term of the Ohio Circuit ourt convened at the courthouse Monday with Judge T F Dirk head presiding and Commonwealths Attorney Ben D Bingo and Attorney r M L Heayrln representing County Attorney Ernest Woodward who JS absent In Texas looking after the In terest of the Commonwealth The passenger train of the Owensboro branch of the I C R R was delayed and Judge Birkhead and Common wealth Attorney Ringo were late several hours reaching Hartford about 12 oclock Monday For this reason court did not convene until 1 oclock The following gentlemen whose ages religion and politics appear have been empaneled as grand jurors for the present term John rBown ago 47 Methodist Democrat J M Carter ape 4 ft Baptist Republican Ar thur Miller age 39 Baptist Democrat- C C ChInn age 53 Baptist Democrat T H Benton age 39 Baptist Repub lican R F Taylor age 50 Baptist Democrat Luther Brown age 54 Baptist Democrat Estll Taylor age 47 Baptist Republican Joe Shultz age 41 Christian Democrat James C Bennett age i 7 Baptist Democrat M P MaJdox age 3D Baptist Republican Dave Luck age 59 Method ist Prohibition The following named gentlemen have ben empaneled as petit jurors for the present term Joe Foster J C Haynes G W Wedding J B Smith James Ambrose Sciota Hock er James Ralph C T Whlttlnghlll Flntey Carter DJ Wilcox WF Coff man J J Wilson John T Rowe J E Brown LD Jackson JTom boy fro Henry Owen Thomas Bennett Elvis Render H E Shhultz All cases on first days docket were continued except Comth vs Zeke Graves and Clyde Zakery statement by Commonwealths Attorney and stricken off Comth vs Orley Hall and Leslie HinEs filed away with leave to reI- nstate Comth vs Will Duke verdict of Jury guilty and fined 75 for selling liquor without license Work clause attached If not paid or replevIed 4315 Comth vs I C R RCoAgreed judgment Comthvs Ebb Allen misdemeanor law and facts to the court and fined ar0 and costs Comth vs flora Burden law and facts to the court and fined 125 and costsSecond days docket was disposed of as follows Comth vs E W Hancock and S W Phillips 5 cases continuedComth vs W L Russell misde meanoragreed Judgment 30 and costs 4567 Comth vs Joe mlt demeanor agreed Judgment f50 and costs The other two cases passed Comth vs Iege Morris charged with shooting with intent to kill ver dict of the Jury guilty aud penalty penltenUarrComth plea of guilty on two charges of mis demeanor and fined 20 and cost In each case e G D Black vs D C Davidson default judgment for 198 John J Schulton vs J A St Clair default Judgment orf 18575 Annie J Gibbs Administratrix of dcDowelldefaultKentucky Overall Co vs J A St Clair default Judgment for 133 J F VIckers vs S H Seibert motion for release on Seiberts bond Motion sustained and Vickers Is released Among the Lodges Rough River Lodge No 110 K of P held an interesting meeting Tues Commanderbeing gular meeting The building Com mittee submitted rules for point gov ernment of Fraternity Hall which pro rank work was deferred until next re vlded for a board of control consis fromeachmously adopted The following mem selectedbyW S Tlnsley two year term J R Plrtle three year term John W Tay loy v Hartford lodge no 675 F AMheld a rousing meeting last Monday night The old hall was crowded with vatlouspoints tJeMasterslIubmUtedbyof Fraternity Hall were adopted andtfit Muster appointed the m bit s one year term R Holbrook two year term R B Martin three lr r 1n Ia 4 ta year term J C 1crIt Is thought that the new hall can be gotten ready for occupancy by the lodges by June 1st I s A S of E Reselitiens Resolutions passed by the Buford Magisterial District Union A Sot Eat Its last session Resolved 1st That we highly endorse curtailing the acreage of 190a tobacco crop- lesolved 2nd That we urge our committee to contract our 190S tobacc emI or make arrangements to pool same by July 3st said contract to prohibit contractor from buying the dumpers tobacco- Hesolvcdl4tb That a copy of these reolutlpnsa be furnished each of the county papers of Ohio and Davies counties for publication none and signed by order of Bu ford Magisterial District Union A S of OS at Its last regular session Feb 2908 J L Hoover Secy IFORNTHE BUSY READER The question of a Government petro Ileum monopoly is still under considers r by the German Ministry of Fi nance but the c6mmlsslon which has I been Investigating the matter has not yet decided to recommend 1L I Secretary Straus has Issued an order t to Immigration officials to secure the cooperation of the police in an effort j to rid the United States of alien an I underitheS W B Smith the former Louisville banker who was convicted at Mur physboro Ill of defrauding a bank has been denied a new trial and has announced a willingness to begin serving his sentence James S Nallwho waS clnvicted with Smith has appealed his case i A second disastrous flood has reach ed Plttsburg and the rivers are rising at the rate of a foot an hour Parts of the city are already under water belnIS The board of control of the Montgomery Burley Tobacco Society organ ization has raised 1000 which has been offered as a reward for the ar rest and conviction of the person or persons writing the threatening let ters recently recleved by members of that organizationS An Investigation by the Immigra tion Committee of labor conditions In the turpentine camps plantations and other Industries In the South especi ally the existence of peonage Is pro vided for In a resolution adopted by the House at Washington yesterday under suspension of the rules Caleb Powers Is planning to make the race for congress In the Eleventh district whether he Is released from jail at Georgetown before the nomina tions are made or not The friends of Congressman D C Edwards are plan ning to have an early primary or convention called in the hope of keeping Powers out of the race ieA lull company of militia from Whltesburg reached Hopklnsvllle and reported to Maj Albrecht Telr ar rival was a surprise to the citlzensas no announcement of their coming had been made It Is not knwon whether the company will remain at Hopkins vllle or will be scattered throughout- the surrounding territory 5U Between 160 and 170 children lost thels lives Wednesday as the result of a fire which destroyed the public school building In North Colllnwood a suburd of Cleveland Wednesday night 165 corpses were in the Improvised morgue six children were unaccount ed for and all the hospitals and houses in tho vicinity contained children some fatally and many less seriously Injur ed The fire originated from a defective furnace The children on the lowS er floor of the building escaped but those oh the upper floors became ManYIofothers were I suffocatingI larclf3Mr E M Klmmel who as been with his parents Mr and Mrs DW Kimmel for several weeks on account of sickness returned Monday to Eschlte Oklahoma where he has a position In a bank A few cases of measles are reported In and around here Mr Jess Everley Jr has1 nibved to Central City Mrs Daisy Smith returned from Eyansvllle last week Mrs Bud Hi1T4iho hits been very sick Is no er writing Mr Pies Garrett forinerV of this place and an did and highly respect ed citizen died Rt his homer eat Nel son recently 1I a Mrs RE Eudaly returned from Evansville Tuesday where she hash t 1 h 0 x 1 1 J it tv f C Jt Pocket 1 f We are talking to ybu men who patronize custom tailors and pay 35004 for a suit We can serve you as well andmQtllkeJy bet ter with SCHWABSS20 SUITS THE BETTER GRAD E SPECIAL These garments are most carefully tail ored and the styles we showthemin are exclusive new and correct Were sat isfied we can save you 15 Why not satisfy yourselves BARNARD CO Hartford Ky been haying her little child treated for disease of the nose OLATONt March 4Mrs Rena Owens went to Owensboro Thursday returning Satur dayMrs T W Daniel returned to her home here Thursday after a few days visit with her son Mr J A Daniel and family Hartford Mr Wyatt Daniel is alble to be out again after his recent Illness of pneumonia and was In Olaton Tuesday totheliam Ford on Mr C D Beans farm near here It will be remembered that Mrs Stearsmans husband was killed while working on thej new M H and E railroad about a year ago MrsStears man was left with three small chil dren Mlss Georgia Likens Narrows was the guest of Mrs John Allen Sunday Misses Maude and Vernle DeWeese Barretts Ferry were the guest of Jno Stone and family Friday and Satur dayMrs T F Johnston died at her home near here Saturday morning of pneumonia and wan burled at the Mid klff burying grounds the fallowing day George L Johnston of Elizabeth town a brotherinlaw attended the funeralMr Sam Payton Caneyvllle is vis iting his mother Mrs Jane Payton Bennie DeWee eBarretts Ferry was in OiatonSunday Mr Logan Wilson of Arkansas is the guest of hfs grandfather Mr Tom Murphy and family Mr Nume Payton went to Frieda land Monday Mr Lon Whitley went to Horse Monday tendance Mr Nlnk Shrader Shreve was In town Monday 4 Mrs L S HooverFrledalandbrought a load of wheat to McDaniels new mill Saturday Mrs Charlie Wllloughby and little son James ertot the guest of Mrs ReynoJdswereI family Monday Mr Sam Davidson Barrette Ferry was here Su day Mr San E Young Fallen Rock was In Olaton Monday RevF H Morris Is sick at this writing Messrs Logan Wilson and Nick Murphy spent Sunday with Mr Columbus Cummings and family Mrs Nellie Hall spent Saturday with Earnest Wilson and family 1 1 q e NO 5792 Report ofthe condition of THE FIRST NATIONAl Mil Of Hartford at Hartford in the State of Kentucky at the close of Business Feb 14 1908 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 8100295Overdrafts secured and noneU2500000Banking 168700DebtsDue from National Banks 40664iDueBankers Due ArkserveCh gitemsNotes of other National AFra1046LAWFUL VIZSpecie672000 782000notesn UScent of circulation 125000 Total 14395827 LIABILITIES 2500000Surplusprofits less ex 205815National 2500000Due onIndividualtocheck 3262023 Time certificates ofdeposit 4562321 other above stated 048 Total 14395821 State of Kentuccy I County Ohio 58 abovenamed thebestJ C RILEY Cashier beforemeoK Cox Public s Mycommmission as Notary Public 1 1910CorrectG B LIKENS j ALVIN RoWE Directors r J P STEVENS Ll AI fl r7A 1 A I p L tA y n V r 1 Li EruATYci B6DVAND AlXkEir UOWE ANDTOYpURt YE GOOD fRONT fGtT BUsTER e SHOWERS Of SHIRTS ALL KINDS OF SPRING FURNiSHING GooDS ARE NOW ON SHoW IN OUR WINDoWS AND CASES THE PROPER CAPERS IN COLLARS TIES CORREeT 1N SHAPE AND CoLoR UNDERWEAR PALATABLE To THE SKIN AND HOSE SO TASTY THAT YOU WILL TURN YOUR TRot ERS UP IT WILL TAKE ALL OF THESE THINGS TO HELP YoU PUT ON THAT GOOD FRONT AND A GOOD FRONT WILL HELP YOU HOW DO THESE THINGS STRIKE YOU MENS EXTRA QUALITY CoAT SHIRTS J50 VALUES FOR 1 EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN HIGH SHIRTS FOR 50C ALL 50C IN MEN S UNDERWEAR NOW 38C BOYS FLAT FLEECED UNDERSHIRTS 25CVALUES NOW 19C BEST LINEN COLLARS SPRING STYLES 15C OR JTWOTOR NEW SPRING NECKWEAR SPEC IAL VALUES FOR 25C AND 50C IT PAYS To BUY YOUR FURNISHING GOODS FROM Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 6 i Ilunols Contral Railroad Time Table North Bound Hanlli Bound Noit2 due 1132 ala No 121 duU318 m Holljan lJSOpra No 101 due 243 pm 0I02da SMS pm qolll duvtZSp m Attend oifr big SALE CARSON CO We will continue to buy eggs p CARSON CO JlAYatee vs Williams Kohlerand Barrier on trial Fresh Oysters Celery Cat Fish at City Restaurantw W ytgjfcjyfing your country iroJucc to T L Hoyal Hartford Ky 6t4 r i Highest price li ut for iura of all Ik1n U 3 CARSON tAR ial tile grocerman will appreciate your trade 6t4 City Restaurant Loeps everything that Is good to eat For SaleFour vrork mules apply t 0 W Crumbs Rub ui Ky City Restauraut surely pleases Its customers for they always cove back We have just received 40 bolts of new Matting for our solo CARSON CO te Stows and Osyter Soup as served at City Restaurant cant be beat Be sura to see our Mattings and Carpets during our sale CARSON co Messrs Z Wayne Griffin and Hooker WUHatas returned Wednesday trot a few days duck hunt near Prentis The Hartford Mill Co has a lot of 4very fine brick to sel also pure lead and oil SF- N Why pay mol Bur at Barnard Gos gett better goods for less moa Tl i I Yeti wl fiud1bargains at our store our I CARSON CO We ore going to tta lot of good 1 Merchandise at matchless prices CARSON COs MrJ C Her Is the guest of his sister Mrs Thomas MullenfrrlnCe l ton Inds j ji TJ f tt tj 01 tf Jt ISH j 1 fflTTO UVE IN t 4L OF JA ONE 1 AND CLASS VALUES 25C Save your grocery orders for T L RoyalS 6t4 rThe freshest Groceries are found at T L Royals Hartford Ky 6t4 Born to lhewlfeof Mr E C Clemons City Tuesday a fine babyI girl Telephone your rush orders for Groceries to No Ill and d will do the rest James Lyons Remember the data of our sale commencing Saturday February 29 CAROSN CO Bring your Eggs and Butter to James Lyons and receive highest mar ket prices L T Barnard vs Owensboro Wagon Co verdict of Jury in favor of the Defendant blyl my Dout those Steak Meals at City Restaurant satisfy and please the inner man Call on Gross Williams at City Restaurant for all kinds of Sewing Machine Supplies Try one of those nice fish catfish no bones meals at City Restaurant Try are simply fine Attorney R D Walker was called to Hopklnsvlllo Monday by the Illness of his sister Mrs Casey The City Restaurant is getting un to Itself a great name on acount of the splendid meals served Try one All orders for Grocers given to Mr A E Pate will have our prompt and careful attention James Lyons Dont you think it would be good Judgment for you to buy your Car pets battings Embroideries and Laces from Carson Col Messrs S T Brown Centertown E IFord Frledaland P K Newton Narrows Pole Mlles Mordsvllle were among our caller yesterday Rev NF Jbnes Pastor First Baptist church Central Ctty Ky will preach at this Baptlptchurch in Hart ford next Sunday Everybody invited Bring us your Cnlckeris7Eggs Butter and alt kinds of good country produce and get the hgthest market price for 11 33U Schrtfader htiCo- You will rover haye a better opt portunlty to buy a good Suit of Clothes for a 6malisum of money than during our big sale I CARSON CO t Will b0 glad tohave you call- lwhetberyoul buy pr not i James Lyons Judge SV B Taylor is able to be out after an illness 6f ten days of the grip If you want those hurry orders for Groceries filled carefully and promptly better call Home Phone 133 and Schrpader Co will deliver the goods Miss Ruth Hammond of near Horton who is attending college here was called home Tuesday on account of the sudden death of her father Dr L H Hammond 4R R Riley beenagent for a highclass Life Insurance Company If you wart life Insurance at a reasonable cots tee him at the First National Bank Hartford Ky Esq D J Witco Rockport Esq W P Miller Hrso Branch Messrs J H Stewart Seject E W YorkEast Harfcrd and John T Rowe Small lot were among our callers Tues nay Messrs William Schroader Olaton Wm Morris Ceralvo Dr J S Smith McHenry W T Bishop Ceralvo O M Bishop Centertown Herbert Ward Centertown were among our callers Wednesday Since our last Issue two additions have been made to The Republican official family Our foreman has tak en unto himself a wife and the wife of our devil has presented her hus band with a new baby Mrs G B Williams who has been the guest of relatives at StLouis Mo for several weeks returned home Wednesday She was accompanied by her Infant son Master John J Wil llama met them at Owensboro Mr E A Smith of Ceralvo who has been a successful teacher in the county for the past several years left the latter part of last week for Cher ry Valley Ark to assume the du ties of Cashier of a bank there Esquire B S Chamberlin No Creek presided over County Court last Mon day for Judge Taylor who was con fined to his home through illness Judge Cmamberlln made a good im pression in official robes He may be called to fill the Job for a term some time By Inadvertence we failed to an nounce that money for that part of the 1907 crop of tobacco pooled at Hartford is ready for distribution This is the tobacco that was deliver ed at the Hartford TobaccoWarehouse under the Louisville Tobacco Ware house plan of pooling Mrs William Igleheart a highly respected lady of the Matanziis neigh borhood died at her home at 3 oclock last Saturday afternoon after a brier illness of paralysis Funeral services were conducted by Rev L W Tlch enor at West Point church Sunday at 11 oclock a m after which her re mains were interred at Centertown cemetery Mrs Dee Rogers wire of Joo B Rogers died at her residence Beav er Dam last Monday morning at 6 oclock After funeral services by Rev Virgil Elgin at 10 oclock yes terday morning her remains were interred In the new cemetery in North Beaver Dam Mrs Rogers who had been a member of the M Er Church South for several years leaves a hus band two children and numerous i friends and relatives to mourn her death i Fordsvllle was visited by a destruc tive fire yesterday morning which destroyed three buildings The fire originated in James Ventresses gro cery supposdely from a defective flue One other grocery store was destroy ed and a stable belonging to Sam Roberts The other building belonged to Ed Wallace and Steve Lanham The probable loss is estimated at 4000 The telephone lines were working so badly we were unable to get complete details Messrs Charles Black of the east Beaver Dam neighborhood L D Jackson Kirtle E T Bishop of the Central Grove neighborhood John H Davis Taffy J T Henry Ralph Thurman Taylor Prentls Estll Taylor Prentls S W Leach Rob Roy T H Benton Centertown W S Carter Cen tertown Otis Taylor Prentis J M Pollard Olaton W C Myers Olaton Sam Shaver Beda Birch Martin Bar ton J W Duvall Select R D Carter West Hartford A A Sheffield West Hartord D E Ward W Nj Stevens and Sam Ellis North Hartford L S Smith West Hartford Grand Pollard Shreve Sam Morton Smallhous and C T Whittlnghill Trlsiier were among our calersMQnday v HERBERT March 3fey William Bruner fill ed his first appointment for the com as asto of Panther Cree- kchurclturdayand Suhday- Mrsv Virgil Miller and little Clara Belle Corley have pneumonia Miss Hallle who has been homer sickMiss t went to Whltosj ylle Ky yesterday to attend school through the spring term v Miss Sallle E Ford is going to I school springr taught by Mr Holdbrook of Owensbord closes FridaySMr Will CroW9 who has sciatic rheumatism went to Owonsboro to be treated last week Miss Dee DIddle who has beeh via GeorgeBarnetthas Mr Theo Helm has moved his fam ily fo Pellvllle Mr Jim Chambers children hav whopping cough- R M Miller went to Pellvlllo to dayLittle Vlrgte May Burdett Is sick Mr Oscar Haynes is improving- Mr Willis Corleyls in Whltesville today DukeStewart Mr Ramey E Duke and Miss Verda Stewart were married at the residence of Rev A B Gardner Beaver Dam last Monday evening at 8 oclock by Rev Gardner They immediately came to Hartford to make their future home The bride Is a daughter of Mr and Mrs B W Stewart Select and is a young lady of many attrac tions Mr Duke has for years been connected with The Republican and Is at present foreman of the plant He stands high In this community and has a host of friends who with us Join In wishing the young people good luck FLINT SPRINGS March 3Mr G C Butler Weir Kansas visited relatives near this place last week Miss Lizzie Bradley has returned to her home from Weir Kansas where she has been for sometime for her healthMr Henry White went to Cromwell Monday Mr James Crow has returned to his home from Oklahoma where he hasbeen for two years Mr Willie Daugherty and wife of this place were the guest of relatives at Banock Butler county last week Mr 0 S White of Balzetownwas at this place last week The trustees of this district have notified the patrons to meet at the school house next Saturday for the purpose of deciding on building a house CLEAR RUN March 3 Rev Fuqua filled his regular appointment here Saturday and Sunday Mr i Lee Whittaker and Miss Ina Chapman both of Barnctts Creek neighborhood were quietly married at the home of the brides parents Sun day afternoon In the presence of a few relatives and friends Rev Fuqua officiatingMessrs James and Thomas Hanley of Spencer county Indiana are visit ing relatives here this week Miss Cassle Hoover of this place Is visiting relatives near Beaver Dam this week There is a good deal of sickness in and around here Mr L S Trogden has moved from here on Mr James Kirks farm near TaffyEverybody through here Is busy put ting up their mall boxes Miss Iva dray and Edna Hoover visit ed Miss Or phia King Sunday Mr J H Travis and family of the Washington neighborhood visited Mrs Travis parents Mr and Mrs C M Newcom Saturday and Sunday Miss Mattle Hicks and sister Dora visited Mrs McKelvIe Murray Monday nightMr James Handle went to Hart ford yesterday on business Dr Sam Crowe passed through here Sunday r In Memoriam On Friday morning February 281908 Cecil son of Mr and Mrs H C Dever who reside in the Sulphur Springs neighborhood died after a lingering illness of consumption Cecil was four teen years and five months old He was a lovable son and brother His parents have the sympathy of the entire community n Joe Westerfield Dead Mr Joe Westerfield died of cancer of the stomach at 725 oclock Friday morning at his home at Pleasant Ridge His death was not unexpected as he had been in poor health for some time Mr Westerfield was for tytwo years old and was never mar ried He was well known in the sec tion where he lived The funeral services were conducted by the Rev B F Jenkins at 11 oclock Sunday morning at Bells Run1- Adinlaistratrix Sale I will otter fpr sale at the home of C R deceased near Hart ford Thursday March 12 at 1p m a lot of household and kitchen furniture Also 29 head of hogstwo horses ono mule and a lot of farming imple ments Mrs Elizabeth Campbell Administratrix i I I 1 r MYSTERIOUS DIST8IB = UTION OF ROOSTERS Magan Neighborhood Somewhat Worried Over Strange Ap pearance of Fowls The good people of Magan communi ty are much worried over a coinci dence which is perhaps without a parallel in that or any other communi weekeMr Henry Wright came into the village and told the story of the appearance that morning among his chickens of a strange dominie rooster Mr Henry Gllllni remarked the coincidence of the appearance of a similar foul in his henery that same morning and these experiences were repeated until the number of roosters that had singularly appeared at as many farm houses in the same night amounted to five Strangely enough no one reported the loss of a dominie rooster Whether some breeder of dominion had by stealth at night distributed samples of his stock or a band of dominie hoboes had decided to go Into winterquar ters Is not known Maybe It was a brood of orphan dominies fromsomo urban quarters seeking rural homes or perhaps they may be representa tives of some detective agency of chicken thieves A local metorologlst suggests that the comely dominies may have been carried up In vortex of a storm cloud and whirled through the aerial media for many miles and at last generously distributed among the Magan farmers From whence their origin may never be known but the fact remains that five fat and frolicsome dominie roos ters made their first appearance In the henyards of as many Magan farm ers on Thursday night of last week Some of the superstitiously Inclined are much worked up over the mat ter suggesting that the advent of old dominie In such unceremonious fash ion is a token of dire things to come while others are inclined to give thanks that the available meat supply Is In creased to the amount of some fifty pounds by the advent of the speckled dominies f Timber For Sale Eightyfive acres in Clear Run neighborhood on what Is known as the Perry Kirk farm Will receive sealed bids untill March 6th 190S noon Bids will be opened in Herald office Hartford yK I reserve the right to reject any and all bids S L KING 9t2 Hartford Ky Notice in Bankruptcy In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of KentuckyIn matter of William S Hill a Bankrupt On this 25th day of February A Di 1908 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 7th day of February A D 1908 It is ordered by the court that hearing he had upon the same on the 14th day of March A D 1908 before said court at Loulsvilleln said district at 10 oclock In the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published one time in Hartford Republican newspaper prin ted in said district and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause if any they hav why the prayer of said petitioner should not be grantedI Witness the honorable Walter Evans Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at Owensboro In said district on the 25th day of February A D 1908 A G RONALD Clerk Some Church History The Methodist Episcopal Church at No Creek Ohio county Ky was or ganized on the latter part of the 18th or in the beginning of the 19th cen tury The original members were from the States of Maryland and Pensylva nla The first Camp meeting held In this country was held near Goshen on land then owned by William Philips who was class leader William McKender was Presiding Elder The first circuit rider was Joshua Barnes Jessie Walker was hereabout 1801 and organized many chur ches In 1805 preaching was held at a school house that stood not far from the burying ground near the crossing of No Creek and near what was called Bennetts Mill a mill built by Asa Bennett on land owned by John Bennett Class meeting was held weekly at Jeff ess Bennetts and quarterly meet- Ings were held at the house of John Bennetts which stood in the field now owned by Joseph Condit Barnett and at this writing tho above named field is owned by David Moreland the site of this house was a short dis tance Northeast Obed Bennetts barn I at this time the members as far as can be ascertainedwere I Thomas Stevens who was class lea der and Nancy his wife Henry Stevens Stewart and his wife Han nah Hlggerfon Belt and wife Benjamin Denton and wife Richard Stevens and wife John Bennett Jr and wife Amos HIpsley and wife John Bennett Sr and wife Ruben Bennett Jeffress Bennett Sarah Bennett Mollle Bar net Sally Barnett Lucresl Barnett The first circuit extended from Salt rivir down to the Cumberland- A log house was built about this time at Bethel seven miles cast of I r rtford where the frame meeting house now stands Here a church was organized and among the first members were John Stevens Class leader andjGraves and wife and several by the name af Leach I All of whom came from Maryland togetherIIn 1845 went to the church South I There was also In 1800 a church organized at Gosben two or three mile South of Hartford IAmong the members were the Bar lockers and Coxes William Phipps was also leader This church also in 1845 went to tho Isouthern church The preachers in the early part of this century 19I century were James Axley Jesse Wal ker Goodman Peter Cartwright Franklin Travis Thomas A Morris Thomas Taylor moved hero veryI early he was a local preacher for years he wielded great influence for I good and to the building up of churches but he become radical in his views land opposed tho traveling preachersI and church government and authority and was according to the best au trortty we are able to get excluded from the church- G W DAME Pastor No Creek Church P SI copy this from an old church record that I find at the par sonage and I am tint responsible for the mstakes llf there be any I write this for publlcaatlon by request of several of the old residents be longing to both churches Continued next week In Memory Of H J Ranncy who departed this life December 20 1907 He was born November 18 1S05 was fortytwo years of age at the time of his death Hla was a terrible fate He and a friend of his Edd Dortch were hunting on that day and on returning home at tempted to cross the Sep Taylor lake in a small canoe the boat was cap sized and its occupants deposited there in Dortch came to the surfaceselz ed the boat and called for assistance which was willingly granted by hit brother Clyde who arrived on the scene In time to save his life but Ranney was drowned He was a duti ful son an affectionate husband and kind father He leaves a wife and one daughter with many frlneds and relatives to mourn his departure His remains were interred in the old Brick House burying ground Saturday after noon Grieve not loved ones let us hype that our lost Is his gain Why do we mourn twas God who called The loved one from our hearts His voice lu heard In every home He speaks and friends must part But ohl how sad to say farewell To tt ose on earth most dear The pain it gives no tongue can tell Nor can the falling tear Also they are gone and left us here Lifes weary path we trod But they have found a urlghter home They have gone to dwell with God We should not mourn to them is give Eternal Joy and rest They vie around the throne In heaven They dwell among the blest Fond memory brings them back again Their welcome voice we greet but ohi sad fate tis but a dream We only wake to weep Oh let us then our God adore So when the summons come He will meet our friends that have gone before And live with them at home Pale Thin- Nervous Then your blood must be in a very bad condition You certainly know what to take then take kAyers Sarsa parilla If you doubt then consult your doctor We know what he will say about this grand old family medicine ThU le the ant question your doctor would arks Are regular He know that dally action of the bowelt li abioluttljr of to recovery Keep your liver acttve and your bowers regular b wing lautire i dose of Ayer Hill x1AlIOIt1lJersHAIR VIGOR CURB PECTORAL Iwe bare ao soeretu 1 W1IUbhb the formulae or all our mI410In A DAYS WORK FOR NOTHING How Leap Year Cheats Num bers of Hard- Workers Does It ever occur to people that leap year may and generally does toucl their pockets appreciably Those wageearners who are paid every Friday or Saturday suffer noth ing because they are paid for the ex tra day they have to live during the year But those In receipt of month ly or quarterly checks for salary are different for they lose the payment for the extra days work Employers are naturally forgetful of such little matters and employers are not so longsighted as they might be if we may judge from the fact that when engagements are entered Into and contracts made for a term of years no account Is taken of that ex ra day in leap year A simple calculation shows that a person earning 1000 a year paid monthly quarterly or annually finds I himself out of pocket to the extentI of 42 15s as the result of leap year 4c and of course tho larger the Income the greater the loss t Tho chancellor of the exchequer dealing with millions of the nations money Is not slow to appreciate the importance of leap year Taking last years budget figures as a bests the extra day would mean an increase of some 4397000 In gross revenue and at of 4282000 In expenditures Interesting too It Is to figure out what leap year mean In regard to our foreign trade Taking again the figures of our last financial year It will bo found that one days extra imports amount to the huge sum of In 41544000 and one days extra exports to to 41202000 Thus from the mere fact of its being leap year our total for elgn trade ought to be 42750000 greater this year than la3tLondonI Mall Do the right thing If you have Na sal Catarrh Get Elys Cream Balm at once Dont touch the catarrh powders and snuffs for they contain co caine Elys Cream Balm releases the secretions that Inflame the nasal pas sages and the throat whereas medicine made with mercury merely dry up the secretions and leave you no bet a ter than you were In a word Elys Cream Balm is a real remedy not a delusion All druggists 50 cents or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York Saved a 17000 Mare Whn a Veterinary failed to Cure Her While serving as on officer on the steamship Montezuma which carried horses and mules to South Africa writes Mr G H H Rowe of Sparta 111 I Saw Sloans Sure Colic Cure used on tho horses and never saw a case of colic prove too much forlt We had 1250 horses on board for over a month so that we had a good opportunity to test the remedy thor oughly The veterinary used Sloans Lini ment also for sore shoulders and sprain and the horses were landed In a particularly fine condition I know of another case here In Sparta 111 where Sloans Sure Colic Cure saved a l70jniare after the vet erinary had failed to cure her It does too Buplnoss Mr E E Chamberlain of Clinton Main says of Hucklens Arnica Salve It does too business I hnve used It for plies and It cured them Used It for chapped hands rind it eared them Applied It to nn old sure and it healt cd It without leaving a sour behind ic at all druggiKla m Facts About Colds WlBsin Kuer Alle moved by the sud den drop in temperature which has madn the whole of Germany uncom fortable discusses the why and wherefore of colds in n lengthy article of which the following will give some dens Many people may le surprised to I hear that Iron in this world there i are places where It Is impossible catch cold There arc facts how ever which bear tills out Explorers ln the Arctic regions never catch cold Their clothes uro often satu 1 ratd with perspiration through their sfistInVllr the ico and ate a muss of ico when they retire for the night and yet despite the fact they often have to sleep out in the open In their sleeping bag null that this Is their only means of thawing them selves out their health dues not suf fer in the least Indeed it has been declared that most explorers are physically the better off for their so journ in the Northern feglons Then there Is the classical of tho St Hilda Scold On Instancl lonely Island lying sonic beyond the Western Hebrides hero are about a hundred inhabitants whoI manage by cultivating u little of ground njid by catching sea fowl to Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon tne mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor by dollar tell and oon when the are out of order or diseased hasbecomethat it Is not uncommon for a child to be afflicted weak kidneys If child ates too If the urine scalds the flesh or If when child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage it Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these organs unpleasant trouble Is due to a diseased condition of kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot is soon realized It Is sold druggists In fifty cent and one sizes You have a sample bottle by mall free also pamphlet cheerfulness disappear kid neys born with the urin often the difficulty important This the Rome of Swamp1Ioot I ing all about it including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received rom sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember he name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton- N Y on every boltla that for eight months out of the twenty they are practically InaujeEsi ble Oddly whenever a steamer louche this Island all the Inhabitants In cluding tho very infants arc seized with a cold The German periodical puts down th readiness of the man In the temper ate zone to take cold to too coddling habit which tears exposure resulting a delicate constitution more ready suffer at the slightest fhange of temperature It sums up by saying Exposure Is not the direct cause of It only acts on a lowered vital The only safeguard is continued exposure A Tribute to Solomon Thar never was a boy born Into the world that dont have to have the hickory put to him more than once an the oftener the better said Mr Billy Sanders You may think my talk Is harsh but teh more I love boy the more I wanter see him come under some stronger an heavy hand bekazo I know its his only salvation You may look back on all the youngsters youve knowd an youll find that wo non got any 11101I wisdom than Solomon cf as much He tore the bottom uot of the basket In a mighty tow words Spar the rod an spite the child Ef hed tai never said nothln else them seven words would V made him the wisest man the world ever seed No news paper paragraphcr has over blat It ylt Ef brevitys the solo of whltle athei your Uncle Solomon mas got It down mighty fine ef he alnt you may call me Mablo an print in the pa per that Ive done gone un eloped WI- n college fiddler named Clnrenc1 Ray mundJocb Chandler Harris in Un cle Remuss Magazine for March The Source of Life In Poleozolc times then writes Prof Lowell in the Century it was the earth Itself not the sun to which plant and animal primarily stood beholden for existence Tills gives us a most instructive glimpse Into one planetologlc process To the plaints own internal heat Is due the chief fostering of the beginning of life pu oii Its surface Thus a planet In Capable of at least beginning to develop organisms without niece than a modI- cum of help from thu control sun We talk of the run as h tource of life and EO it is to day jn the scrce of being its susyilnov tut tin rod source was the earth itself which also raised It through Its babyhood Monster Negress Tipping the beam at 725 pounds Em ma Dilliird the negress who died at her homo in tho rear of 918 West Sc ond street late Friday night was probably tho largest woman of 11 oIday and time At least ihirlocal uu have no record of the blr fat of nay giant that could half way compete In too matter of avoirdupois with herIt required the united strength of eight moo to Mitt the heavy body from the bed where ft lay I to the dead wagon of R C Has ton the negro undertaker who con ducted the unique funeral From the house It was hauled to too woodyard of the Adams Coal and Wood Compa ny and there weighted on tho big wood scales The beam rested til tilt 725 DotcbIwho viewed tho remains and finally come to the colt toIhrlIher dead In bed The undertaker was notified but concluded that the body Iwas of such abnormal size that it would be to remove it yes terday morning Accoilpanied by his assistant Undertaker Husipn went to the house again yesterday but was compelled to call In six other men to aid him The nngress at tho lime of her death was 36 years of age Her phy sique Is said to have been jjf more than ordinary robustness during her entire lifetime She did a great deal of servents work however up until the time of her death For many years she earned her livelihood by washing but was compelled to sit In stead of stand at the washtub Several years ago she received an offer to place herself on exhibition with n ransicnt show but declined because of the exertion necessary to such a task It is declared however that no fat lady now on tho road could rise above the dwarf stags when com pared with Ft Worths big negress The coffin in which the body was burled was almost spuaro Tho grave was about three times the width of the ordinery grave Intermentss was made in the negro paupers lot in the city cemetery But very little Is mown of the dead negress history 3t Worth Tex Record Real Estate 400 Acres on I C It R between Horton and Roslne 200 acres In woodland consisting of a large quantity of merchantable timber 200 acres In cul llvationgood dwellinggood barnwell watered fine orchard will grow fine corn wheat tobacco hay etc Puce right trems reasonable Will sell as whole or divide to suit purchase- rFifteenMinute Soup Put a quart can of tomatoes a slice of oninn n level teaspoonful of salt a Lay leaf a blado of mace and a pint of water or stock In u saucepan bring to boiling point and add two level teaspoonfuls of butter rubbed with four tablespoonfuls of flour stir constantly until boiling press through- a sieve reheat and serve with croutons Who Wilt Be- President This is a Presidential year and every man must read to keep posted on politics The CourierJournalHENRY Is a Democratic Newspaper but 1 t prints the news as It develops One dollar a year Is the price of the Weekly- Courier Journal BUT YOU CAN GET THAT PAPE AND THE Hartford Republican- Both One Year For 150If you will give or send your order to this paperNOT to The Coq ricrvJounml Daily ourierJoiirnal 600 A SaEAR Sunday CouriBrJo mal 200 A YEARWe can give you a combination cut rate on these if you will write this paper of TRADEMARKS DctIGNSCOJlYReeHTS C Bending a abd may qnlcklr uaertnlmourOplnWn tree wbetber tuJ ll I mmonlc ratentllIpecIAtaotkewithout tile i Scientific Htitetlcam Ahandsometylllmtratedweekly temet elf en idcntlOo Tenni ta a ear i fuor month t1 Soul b all f 1deItr IUNN COBlllroadwq lir 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fourth Wednes day nights In each month Isaac Foster ley Sachem J rfey Foster Chief of Records ICASTORIA RFor lofiauts and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bolus the- SlgMture of The Safets and Quickest Way to Transfer oney IS Dye LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE For Rates Apply to Local Mgr Cumberland Tel i Tel COt iXCUItrOIUTKD T D RENFROW DENTISTAll work In his line executed by the moat improved methods Crown and bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next door toWoernera shoe store Hart fordsURE CURE Fee All KMMM V- ISToMACH i Ljyw I KIDNEYS r t r a PWRB W art caused bllndlgestlon If gat- little too much or you crt subject U attack of Indigestion no doubt beatlheartburncauses the expiinewelband put against the intretarntime the hurt become diseased I KodolF- or Dyspepsia+m j digests what you eat takes the strata off of the heart and contributes Nourishment thlbodyIireTlact Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh of the Stomach- All r tatlnr my food would dlitrtu me br sukiM bcomverywaksrosilylUtirtBcf After using a few boWes I am curc MRS LORWO NICHOLS PaM Yea N T I hid itaiMch trouble and was In a bed state as I DyspspslscutD KAUBLI Mev 0I Ditfests What You Eat 1UTM ll4lMtl I MW lUBMk bla I tr at I U- raMsretLOR 10a0alu 0 SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS JAMES C BENNETT 10 Box ills Hartford K- 7LICENSED AUCTIONEERWill erty in Ohio county Terms reasonable Your patronage solicited I SpasmsSt Many persons who suffered untold agonies from epilepsy fits spasms and St Vitus Dance are today well The strength ening influence of Dr Miles l Nervine upon the shattered nerves having perfecthealth T endured agony that words can not express from St Vltus dance a very severe spell rheumatism I doctored with a physician but the morel took of his med Iclne the worn 1 rot My mothers devotion saved me After Iha had become phyaIcallyby the advice ofa neighbor she procur Fromthechange for the better was notlcable botueaIEDWARD D REAM North Manchester Indiana spasmsforcontinued 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BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they practlce eral with offices south side of Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titter and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE lIS SUSIE MAYA graduate of Owensboro City Hospital has located i- nHARTFOFTAnd will answer calls at all times Residence East Union street Home phone No 137 modetSrawlaFree Ulrica how to obtain pttcnta trade marks copjr1cbtacte IN ALL COUNTRIES Biulntis direct villk WotMxgton tavtt tine money andcjttn tkt ladusivelyWrlteo013 math Btna epp yrJM itatM fttttt Oflce WASHINGTON D C A IRe I Elys Cream Balm- Is quickly absorbed Cites Relief at Once It cleanses soothes heals and proUsTO meInbranCatarrh and drives luraya Cold in tho ReIBtorestho I 1gists DITTERSTh VrMedlciariulie Uq Q11Mlitaa4 r u- j of + + + + Jo+ o+ HJoH+++r + ++ ++ 9 r- CN THE KENTUCKY 1 Y L11Light and Power Co I I INCORPORATED t WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE AT COSY U Iski ELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLiifAN iI- i AND SAFE NO HOME 1HEAVfHYt HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN REACH V w M L HEAVRIN Manager I a+ F+ + + + + i 1 ++fa + t + ++++ r ++ +J L +++ +++++4+ ++++++4 i i Ohio County Supply Co 1 cr IrloorporrottcsdI 943 4 Heiirtfoirci ICy40 i Hardware Machinery and all Kinds Ibtu iof Farming Implements bb bb4YIbuya Buggy you do not want to make a mistake In material and J 40 workmanship We handle only the best makes and can therefore bit bittfiI fi and Moline with all repairs for same by 4Q A full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Roofing Myers Deep hit Well Pumps Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds i tfiot Field Seeds f- Jj We handle the following well known brands of Wagons Mitch jj 4ell Mogul Blount and Owensboro Also Deering and Milwaukee It b14RCi Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers bit 4Vand Swings The largest supply house in Ohio county Give us a J Ci call Prices always itCi equitableI Incorporated MANUFACTURES TIlE FAMOUS EGYPTIAN CEMENT VAULTS And puts them in the grave The only absolutely perfect vault made It is watertight airtight ver miR and wormproof The greatest invention of the age If you desire to lay away the dead in the most wt satisfactory manner you will certainly demand one of thesevaults Manufactured right here in Hart fordBLACK BIRKHEAD Mgrs Aft nlAn 1 The- Louisville TimesIs the llvest afternoon paper publish ed anywhere It prints the news rightup to the mlnuje Four or more editions every day The regular price of The Times is 5 a year but you can get th- e4lartford Republican J f1 AND TH- ELouisville Times Both One Year J FOBSO-SIX MONTHS 2BO If yOu wlH send your orderxto thlspa i F v periNOT to the Times j r I I J t owII ti l Refused to Scratch His Wifes Back She always wanted me to scratch her back after bathing She threaten ed to got a divorce if I did not do it was the atswer of S S Ross of Den ver twenlyyearsold brldegrdom to his wifes suit for divorce Judge Hudson decided tho child wifes parents were too Interested in the young couples affairs are said when he granted the husband the de cree This boy loves this girl and this girl loves this boy If hor parents would keep away they could live in happlnecu with their baby These children coujd not kiss each other or decide what kind of breakfast food they would eat without somebody butting in If tilts court had the pow er It would take them both into the anteroom and paddle them well Then it would quarantine the parents cArTORx 6lu4rof- l II till KIM Yea lhtl AI eye Bid I u u H Eu TURN R A KENTUCKIAN HANGED Pays Penalty With His Life For The Murder Of His Wife KYjwasafter noon at the county Jail In Chattanooga Tenn for tho murder of his young wife Lillian Turner The deed for which he paid the extreme penal ty occured on the side of Lookout Mountain In April 1907 The hanging was witnessed by a small crowd of of ficials newspaper men and physicians His body was taken Thursday night to Shoulder Blade his former home for burial by an uncle C E Jones Turner preserved a remarkable com posurefrom the time he was notified that the Governor refused to interfere until the trap was sprung Ho walked to the scaffold with a firm tread and In an equally firm tone told Sheriff Shlpp who sprung the trap that ho had nothing to say A few minutes before ho was led to the stated that he Intended to scaffoldlle Kentuckian Ho wrote a to his brother at The crime for which he paid the penalty was OlD of the most brutal in tho criminal meals of Tennessee While on his way back to Kentucky after a bridal tour Iw stopped in the city for a few days Whilei walking along the side of the mountain with Jets wire on the morning of April 2 he cut her throat leaving her body to bo found by strangers Ho was cap tured in the mountains of Leo county by a paroled prisoner from tIll meaty Jail who had served a term In the Frankfort peniten nary with Turner In his petition for clemency recent ly sent to tho Governor Turner re had been reared In a Godless country cited among other things that he that his mother and father had died when he was very young that he had been thrown among tho most lawless people of the Kentucky mountains that ho had never hud an opportunity to attend church or Sunday school arid that ho had little advantages of education Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free IIf your blood Is impure thin dis eased hot qr full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching rising and bumpy skin bone palnsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B S6on all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood Is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B Is especially ad vised for chronic deepseated casesas It cures after all else tails 35tf Importance of Cbracole The Importance of the charcolo In dustry in the United states is described in Popular Mechanics Origin ally valued only as a heat producer charcolo is now used as an ingredient In the manufacture of gunpowder a decolorlzer of solutions a medicine for dyspeptics and a purifier of water As an antlsptlc and cleanser Its power is universally recognized Inn hospital a piece of charcolo will soon absorb and decompose obnoxious gases and sweeten the atmosphere All these are but a part of Its uses Comparative Food Values An English Journal The Lancet in discussing the comparatlvefood va lue of roast beef and turkey says that It may be said that weight for weight the flesh of the turkey Is more nourishing than that of beef but the latter is generally speaking cheaper than the former The moisture in beef however exceeds the mount present In the flesh of tho turkey and the latter contains a bet ter percentage of proteld or fleshfor mlng substance In either case the percentage of moisture Is seldom less than 70 per cent In clean beef hejunount of fat Is much same as in a not too we1lI fed turkey but lt nustbe pointed out that the flesh of poultry differs from that of beef and mutton In not hav ing its muscular fibers permentedby- fat and moreover tho fibers lu the flesh of the fowl are short and rare ly yield to the disintegrating action of the digestive processes A large amount of fat IneTther case is iit to interfere with the digestibility of the meat The fat of beef ot more dl gostlblo than the fat of the turkey The fat df a bird in fact Is harder and owing to Its tendency to become rancid is unsuitable Cor the dyspeptic patient The Lancet believes that the most important difference from a dietetic point of view between beet and key is that jvhereaa beet iontalns a high percentage of extractive matters turkey contains hardly any at all The I extractive matters in beef count largely rr peculiar cud marked t a nbsonculfnpoulhY saii and partrigo tho flavor of theso meals is delicate But lilt re is no doubt that the extractives of beef as well as mutton are valuable for not onl are they flavoring agents but they also act as perhaps the most powerful stimulant to gastric digestion For the Bath Bran for tho bath is recommended The bran used is the ordinary wheat bran fed to stock and can be had at any feed store Too much should not be purchased at onco in order that It may be fresh and sweet To use make a cheese cloth bag to hold one or two quarts and fill with thebrnnono quart size is suffi cient for most peopleand lay this in the bath which should bo quite warm water until It s thoroughly soaked squeeze In the water until It gives to it a bubbly appearance The bag may be used as a wash rag scrubbing as you would with soap Bran water has a remarkable cleansing effect even in tho laundry If one can have a thorough massage after the bath it will aid greatly In bringing out the strength and steady Ing tho nerves but if not a good rubdown with a Turkish towel should follow the bath For toilet purposes make little bage holding two or three spoonfuls of either oatmeal or bran and use In place of soap after filling and letting lie in the water a few minutes Meat Delicacy For a veal roast with raisins take three pounds roast a nice brown In butter add hot water and salt and cook Within one hoilr of serving add one and onehalf cups vinegar sweetened with sugar threequarters cup washed raslns about ten flowers of clover When done remove meat thicken gravy with a little cornstarch dissolved In water and servo The Nations Children A paragraph whether true or not Is going the rounds of the newspapers to this effect In one of our largest titles 105000 out of GOOOOO school children are physically defective Of these 48000 are suffering trout mal nutrition 9300 from defective eye sight 1870000 from defective glands and 230000 from defective breathing Doubtless Investigation would show that siiullnr conditions exist in the majority of the large citien of the country When we look about us and see tho little ailing children un der our own eyes few of them absolutely normal in physical or mental health to say nothing of morals should we wonder that largo families arebecoming tho exception and that tho race Is in danger of dying out Ths condition of today is not without a cmtFu and it gives a poor promise fo r the future gneeratlons The stream can not rise higher than its fountain and each generation has to bear the weaknesses handed down to It through the physical condition of the men and women who are re sponsible for Its being Before under taking to cleanse the Augean stables of the nation would it not bo well to our own Individual nurseries Our Mission The true mission of this paper In this wonderful age of progress is to be magnanimous with charity to all and malice towards none It speaks truth boldly for the truths sake and cherishes Justice as tho apple of its eys It seeks by the prosperity of right principles and right thoughts to be useful as well as popular to build up truth and tear down errorIn short to Improve and ennoble as well as to please and entertain mankind Our Faces Before going to bed the face should be washed in warm distilled or bran water if the complexion Is strong enough to stand water in any form- a slice of lemon aiding in softening the skin after which a good skin food must be well worked in and the face finally rubbed gently with a clean piece of chamois leather so as to re move the superfluous grease He Has Our Tag Just at tho present rUIng Mr Ev eritt has out tag He had Messrs Nelson Centner and the editor arrested on the evening of tho llth about 2 or 3 oclock p m As It was tho day before Lincolns birthday a holiday it kept us busy to keep from being In Jail over tho 12th Wo are now at liberty and will be from tidm time on Ho has no more show to win than ho has of wearing a crown in heaven Ho is merely using the courts of Illinois to fight n newspaper war The article he bases his case on Is one copied from tho Herald of Fort Branch Indiana In regard to some Egyptian corn Instead of ar resting the editor of that paper who lives In hip own state he comes here to Chicago and swears out a war rant for our arrest merely to try to keep us from issuing our paper while he Is flooding the country with literature Intended to break up our organization Rls not at all likely that the State A of Illinois will nll wit 4 t rWMl4 HNfItJIN Yours if You I i WantThem I We are pleased to announce to you thatour spring and sumtmer line of Woolen Samples have arrived While It Is a little early to buy for spring yet It is not too early to inspect our line make a selection and have a pattern reserved for you Never before in the history of made to measure clothing has value been so great for your moneys will be this coming sea sonAnother thing Handmedown Suits like the pies that mother used to make have passed Into history to be a man the clothes help big nowadays That We set the fashion can be plainly seen If you will take a look at our fashion plates We will gladly show you our line any time you may call whether it Is our good fortune to take your or der or not IYOURSRESPECTFULLY I Pearls Pantiorum PEARL D TWEDDELL WtI aA frMnttltlfMJ self to be taxed in order to further the splto of any Individual We feel that wo were entirely justified in saying everything we did in order to offset what he was doing to crush us Tho Equity Farm Journal has had no feeling at Mr Everitt as a man We have merely tried to protect the interests of the society Wo have not published onetenth part of the things which our people have almost deman ded that we print because we had no desire to Injure any man much less one who has done a good work and we admit Mr Everltt did sonic good work In organizing tho society and had ho been willing to submit to the will of the majority ho might still be looked upon as sort of a savor be cause none of the things brought up agjilnst him would have been brultad about But when any man tries to use an nrganlzatln for his own per conal advancement he must expect to bo turned down and should take his medicine like a man Instead of rebelling and trying to tear down that which he has helped to build Mr Everllt will be much wiser if not happier after this suit is decided It takes a hard jolt to teach sonic people any sense and sonic are never able to learn even by experience Equity Farm Journal Couldnt Christen Him At a recent christening In a mining village in Northeast Warwickshire England when a male child reached the font to be baptized the clergyman asked What Is the name of tho child Beelzebub sir answered the mother What asked the aston ished clergyman thinking he had not caught the correct word Beelbe bdb sir repeated the woman My friends said the astonished parson I cannot baptize a child in that name for it was given to the king of devils The chriteiilng party retired to the vestry There the parents Informed tho clergyman that they had followed an old custom in their fatally and stuck a pin in the Bible The first named It passed through was tho one chosen Condensed Knowledge A cork carried to a depth of 200 feet below the surface of the sea will not rise again owing to tho great pressure of water The Government of Spain has Just started In to forter its agriculture in dustry by sending touring lecturers over the county The colonies of Great Britain have nearly 100 timse more area than the mothe Country Franco eighteen times and Germany five times It has been estimated that 1000 pounds of tobacco are thrown away every day in the shape of unconsum ed ends of cigars and cigarettes The heaviest rainstorms recorded in the United States are 115 inches at Champa Cal In one hour 88 Inches in ono hour at Palmetto Nev and G9 inches In fiftyfive minutes at Tridel phla Va It is possible to read by the light omitted by a halfdozen Jamaclan fire flies Tho period of incubation is short est among tho humming birds which is ten days Animal life exists at all depths of the ocean but vegetation will not thrive at great pressures The oyster will not flourish in Vat er which contains less than thirty seven parts of salts to every thou sandPapers written with the ordinary InkSln use today will be legible twen tyseven years hence say chemists As far as human beings aro concern edthehalrof the female grows much faster than that of the male One merchaiyt of Toklo has export I x I vi ed 200000 frog skins In a single year for tho manufacture of purses New Zealand has 9000000000 acres of land set aside as an endowment for schools and oldage pension funds The houses of worship In London will accommodate nearly a million and a half people at one time During the nineteenth century fifty two Islands rose treat the sea owing to volcanic action and sixteen disap peared A woman with a pedometer discovered that she covered seven miles a day In doing her ordinary household workEgypt has a great number of small landowners over 1000000 persons be Ing the proprietors of the land they occupyThe claim is made that tho railroad station at Juvisy on the outskirts of France will soon bo thu largest in the world During time last ten years time plague has killed more people In India than were sacrificed in all the ware snlco the time of Napoleon A German biologist has calculated that the human brain contains 300000 000 nerve cells 5000000 of which die and are succeeded by raw ones everyday At this rate w eget an entirely new brain every sixty days Rank Foolishness When attacked by a cough or a cold or when your throat Is sore It is rank foolishness to take army other medicine than Dr Kings New Dis covery says C O Eldridge of Empire Ga I have used New Dis covery seven years and 1 know it Is the best remedy on earth for coughs and colds croup and all throat and lung trouble My children lire subject to croup but New Discovery quickly cures every attack Known the world over as tho King of throat and lung comedies Sold under guar antee at all druggists rOc and 100 Trial bottle free n- An Honest Millionair While so ninny of our very rich non are the target for the press and the public for tho way in which they have acquired swollen fortunes it is pleasing to note that a man can ac quire many millions and still retain the confidence and respect of their fellow men Such was tho case of Morris K Jesup of New York who died last week Mr Jesup was a ban ker In that city for nearly sixty promotemanyincluding the Canadian Pacific Rnh4 road It was his business to lorf j condprtfinancial very largo transactions by which ho amassed many million of dollars tyA no one can say that any of them wer dishonest His life was as sjnn1o and his habits as unostcntatlamc4 any ordinary citizen No nnqnmty fita4lsbyhis share of tho worlds gqpuSAjfS never leased a suite of tp lilt a consplclous hotel fqr SWflgtyftwefy Ho never lost or won JMOOO jnoyio race or in a game of poker e nftfo er bought a railway on 111fio ikoeK srajnlthisconnection with stock jobbing operations Ho was better known as presi dent of the chamber of Commerce and a president of the American Museum of Natural History and for his activity In religion charity education art and the advancement ot science than of his operations on Wall street When men spoke of Mr Jesup they usually spendingforrather than the money he was making bZ bIB financial operations T7 jll- t I C r MuajjwaHdj wy- u 5 4+ rk f I H l Y 1r Y f q a i F a f i r o tMn I 00 r J- I t i J Ilo I 1 M r V 1OJ Jtrl 1 it tf I 11 oI J f n r+ J to Ji k Confidence when that food bof highest wholesomenessthat It has nothing in it that can injure or distress makes the repast doubly comfortable and satisfactory This supreme confidence you have when the is raised with 0-BaIdnIvder4LAbso1UI brP ro The only baking powder made with Royal Grape Cream of Tartar There can be no comforting confi dence when eating alum baking powder food Chemists say that more or less of the alum powder in unchanged alum oralum remains in the food ORGANIZER SHARPE DOING GOOD WORK A Word to Ohio County Members LWho are Urged to be of Good Cbeer j To the readers of the Republican II visited Warren County for a few days last week held lour meetings two j with Local UUnlon and two at points where there was no organization Succeeded in organizing at both places near Polksvllle with 14 members and at Barren River School House wllhf 32 All this section is ripe for tfar atlon the benefits of organization are apparent upon every hand the power of the farmers to control the prices of his products is being admitted anti rocognlzed every where how Important then that we extend and solldif the organization for it is evident that with complete and persistent cooperation the goal cf our ambition can soon be reached and the Farmer become absolute mas ter of his own business Members of the A S of E be encouraged to press on the tide is In our favor the is coming our way Brethren of Ohio that has been tbo banner countydont standLrglIrJ1tO THE PUBLIC SHAHPI fiVe purchased the busi Pearls Pantiorum and od to announce to you continue to operate it same plan Club T month ladies clothing cleaned a satisfactory representinggood workman ices the i I and be tally ilElL t J J r hatoey She fell while at play and broke he loft arm Just above the waist Dr Pendleton of Hartford was call er at once and succeeded in set ting the broken limb with very little pain to the patien- tt is said that Mr James Gills of near Ileflln who has been sick for the past several weeks Is slowly Im provingThe election of a Sunday school Superintendent has been deferred until the third Sunday Mr Ambrose Miller Is very sick at Mr Corve Wards at this writing FursWantedFursD- ealers and trappers will make mon ey by shipping their Furs to us Sell direct to manufacturers Over forty years in business No commission charged Highest Market Prices and prompt returns Isaac Hoseubaum Sons 321323 East Market St Louis yule Ky n + Cant Do Without It The Hartford Publishing Co- Hartford Ky GentlemenAs per your favor of the 6th Inst I am enclosing herewith check 285 to cover ray subscription past due and one year In advance as we cannot afford to do without The Republican Yours truly A D BUSKILL Houston Texas Town Taxes Due The tax recently levied by the City Council of Hartford is now due and t am ready to collect same Please do not neglect the matter but get ready to pay on first request 294 S II SEIHERTMarsbal SALEM IVb 25 Mr C W Grumes has lost- a valuable horse on the 19th inst Ho was offered 300 a few days before his death Miss lava Grumes is attending How hog Green College Mrs Lena D Leach and Mrs Mary D Wilson and Mrs Edna Jamison have time grip Mr Wyman Graft of Beaver Dams visiting his brother Mr Frank Craft Mr G 13 Ilarnkat was In this com nutty Saturday and Sunday Mr Jim Ford has double pneumonia r DoWeeso attending physician Mrs Alice Stearsman has moved to IieanfirC Christian and wife are 5tli sick at this writing I I BUFORD herr10 Monday after visit her brother S J Hussey the past ee weeks Irs G W Jewell visited her daii ter Mrs Itosco King at Bells Runt week t Mr Myrtle Kirk bought about eight rea of RG Hudson part of the farr t wn as the WlllBurry Tichenor a V E Ellis 6f Hartford visit 0 i town Saturday night a JUV Mrs t D Magmn and dill aflMl ting her parents near Cron are tfa well of Seattle Wasl ti vv Iapcountywvisit Noel 4 Csrler lIlrs W Ma anarents Mrver tJ brmday night an4daY inaro MIle blQagnn returned llaa Men visiting re oho1mb rda- e OA the vea 1114 trie 1aln 1bOTP 1f1i t n 0 i5 I i 0 t rrY tSTa- JI faJi1 s n past two weeks S v MIss Comllla Klrkrioh the sick listMr Herman Lyons has mumps Mr J V Taylors famlle has la grip Mr Johnson Wlgglngton is on the sick list Mrs Molle Murry had pneumonlla fe ver she is thought to be Improving Miss Early Mae Magan will enter Hartford College Monday nU FOR FAIRBANKSFOR Continued froth First Page wore elected to the General Assem bly In 1907 the Federal officehold ens lost control and the old line Re publicans nominated a ticket that won by nearly 20000 majority Now the Republican Federal office holders of the State with few excep tions are banded organized and ear nestly laboring to carry the State for Mr Taft Should they succeed they will lead the party to another defeat I sincerely hope that the Republic ans of Kentucky will rebuke these selfconstituted masters and see to It that the boys in the trenches and the people who constitute the brain and sinew of the party go to the various county conventions assert their independence and forever break the yoke of official control Each and every Republican is entitled to elect his candidate for President without dictation or fear from any sources high or low I dont believe there Is any doubt of the States of Cannon Fairbanks or Hughes If nominated ofristthe most available candidate First Ho is the unanimous choice of the Republicans of his State SecondHe Is a man of exalted Integrity spotless record great abil ity and will not antagonize any ele ment of the Republican party ThirdHe is our neighbor and friend In the late campaign he came to this State and did effective service for the success of the Republican tick etFourththe people of Indiana did more to assist us Jn that campaign than those of any State In the UnionI FifthMr Fairbanks Is the Inti mate friend of Mr Roosevelt and anI attempt to make the contrary appear Is unfair and unjust to both the distinguished parties It Is perhaps un nessary to add that whoever thel nominee of the Republican partyrtnay bewlll receive my hearty and unqualified support j IC 4 s1- r fr tSMITHSSELFLUBRICATING o Coal Mine i 1 Car Wheel 1J iHAS PASSED THE EXPERIMENTAL STAGE p r The various tests have proven it equal if not superior to anyon the market As an oil saver it cannot be ece11edon costs one cent per month There is no loose cap to give trouble Has six illandt inch and 16inch diameter Is well chilled on its face Has Ginch journal bearing oh axle 2inch bore Axle is round made of steel 4 4inga = a 4Dupmolding LIST OF USERS Taylor Coal Co Williams Coal Co Central at Coal cC Iron Co Central Mine Render Mine Echols Mine Broad way Coal Co Morgan Coal Co Keystone Coal Co Nortonville KyIt McHenry Manufacturing Machine Co 2Inoorporntr- dIMcIIErIF aPCY 4- a 4- a 1a- aaacaaaa ft Pay Your Subscription to The Republican Before April 1 As timber suitable for good fencing motel is fast pauing liW tan 4 + the farmer from sheer necessity mutbegin to use some sort ofe OO cal wire fencing we have fully investigated the mei4Cof the differ- styles and makes After our investigations we have no hesitancy in rec 4 r ommending the AMERICAN FENCE as the feftce for the farm We car + ry constantly in stock frights 30 niches and 47 inches Buy the AMER s ICAN FENCE and get c6onyou deservet ii r =tL I Oro 1 CIX6D EIto E P Barnes s Bros BEAER DAl8NTYGKttt it l t ttt fiffJ w t I VA J e N t I tJ 1 t 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