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IT i I m t actfDr Y Rqnblicttu Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL TILE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year I VOL XX HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MARCH 201908 No 35 WILD SCENES AT THE CLOSE House Overrides Rules Com I mittee and Takes Reins Passes Poolroom Bill and Ap propriates Money to Com plete Capitol Frankfort Ky March 17Amld tur bulent scenes of wild confusion the House after midnight in the closing hours of the session of 1908 took the bit in itsteeth rode over the Rules Committee The House at 2 oclock all precedent passed two bills which had not been reported by the Rules Committee The Houuse at 2 oclock passed the last bill the clocks in the Senate and the House having been stopped long since The closing session of the House was as turbulSht as any which was held during the entire Senatorial dead lock which will make the Legislative session of 1908 memorable Tho Rules Committee which was put in charge during the last ten days and whclh was gvlen upremo authority was unseated completely and the House took charge The chairman of the Enrolling Committee when directed to make his report on enrolled bills thereby ending the session as far as the passage i of bills was concerned refused to make a report on enrollment of bills 1nnd reported instead tho bill appro prating money for thecolored normal r schoolHe was ruled out of order by W F Klairwho was in the chair Mr Klalr held that the Rules Committee was in charge and could report as It saw fit and the committee must do Its bidding Ho said the chairman of the committee had no more right to make any other report than that called for than the clerk of the House the right to refuse to put a motion An appeal was taken from this decision and the chair was overruled The House then took up and passed the bill appro priating money for the colored Nor mal School and by a suspension of the ruules took up and passed the bill making it unlawful to conduct a pool room or bet on horse races except at licensed track when racing is actually In progress at such a track The lat ter was an ammendment which was of bored by Represenattlve Schobertn By making concessions on both sdlcs and by amending the bill so as to pro vide that Frank M Andrews is to be restrained as architect for the build as long as there Is need for an architect the fight against the appropria tion bill for the new Capitol was end ed and the bill passed by the House The amendment was concurred In by the Senate and the bill will bec- omein law as the amendment ma- keS t the bill acceeptable to the Governor who will sign it as it now stands thus insuring the early completion of the Capitol and Its furnishing The amentment chang es tie objectionable clause so that R Instead of the present arcltect being in charge of the work he is Iretainedretained only so long as the present Capitol Commission shall deem an architect to be neccessary IAtter the fight of yetserday when the Republican members of the House broke a quorum to beat the bipartisan board of control blllthe difference be tween the two parties were adjusted and the bill was passed this morn Ing without an amendmentalthough several of the Republclans who had refused to go into the agreement to pass the bill did all that they could to beat it It was agreed between the Democrats and Republicans that I If the bipartisan board bill was passed the bill allowing the Attorney Qen oral three assistants would be passed This agreement was carried out this morning and both bills passed without amendment Representative Sawyer A Smith made a warm speech against r the bill in explaining his vote and declared that it was partisan biparti san bill The dog lawwill be left on the stat Tr ante book as It now stands the Senate I today having voted against bringing up the House substitute An effort was made to call the bill from the Rules Committee but the opponents present dog law could get but twenty votes whon they needed twen tysix Tills means that the present law stands and there will be a howl from some pat of the State and rejoicing inr other partsfor the+ divis ion over the dog law is aar wide as rN- r j S 1 over any question now before flu people Editor Barnett Attending Labor Meeting Editor C M Barnett left Monday for Washington D C where on Wed nesday he met with labor leaders from all parts of tho country brought to gether by President Samuel Gompers of the American Federation of labor A Washington dispatch in announc ing tho meeting says It was disclosed tonight that a mass convention of the labor leaders has been called for Wednesday by Pre sident Gompers The American Federation of Labor will be asked to decide these two questions What attitude shall organize labor taek towards the presidential candi dacy of Taft What steps shall be taken to secure an amendment to the antitrust law exempting labor organizations from its operations THOMAS VS THE HERALD Former Editor of The Repub lican Touches up Herald Editor in Fine Style Editors Republican Please allow me to answer the following pertinent inquiry the Hartford Herald makes of me in an editorial this week The Herald says And now Mr John Hen ry Thomas of Narrows Ky will you shut up and be good after your edi torial chastisement at the hands of The Hartford Republican Dare you again to break out into print and as sert your freedom of thought and speech in Presidential preference Af ter tills unanswerable argument can you still be for Taft It seems that you and one Roosevelt and some others are classed among undesira ble party men Of course this isnt our scrap but what can you say nowWhat can I say now eh1 I can say that differing with The Republican in the matter of a Presidential candidate I went to that paper with a defense of my candidate and was given as the Herald knows the best position in the paper and the trip pie head supplied by the Fairbanks editors was all that courtsey or de cency could demand In my statement for the Taft forces I exercised as much freedom in stating their claims as if I had myself been editor of the paper THe editor of The Republican saw fit as flTey had a perfect right to do to defend their own position In an editorial comment that was both dignified and courteous Would the Herald have had my article tucked away ln some obscure position as a matter unworthy of comment I con fess that I felt some pride In the fact that the editors of The Repub lican saw in my defense of Taft rea sons so cogent and convincing that they felt impelled to an attempt to break their force by a dignified reply- I regret to draw a parallel hurtful to the Herald whose editors have long been my personal friends but taunted with the inquiry of what can say now I must ask the Herald to contrast the very generous treatment accorded me by The Republican In thl matter with its own conduct toward distinguished members of its own party under similar circumstances about five years ago At that time two well known Democrats were contest ing for a nomination for a district office The Herald was supporting one of these candidates whom election meant an appolptlve office for one of its editors Certain prominent Ohio county Democrats were supporting the other candidate and whop they went to too Herald with matter in tho in terest of their candidate did the Herald give them first page first column Rather not It gave them advertising rate of 10 cents a line and no reduction for space taken What can I say now I can say that along about 1903 Rowan Holbrook and Gabe Likens would have been pleased to have received a little of the courtsey from tho Herald that The Republican showed cop In my defense of Taft last weekGo to neighbor De good Go pray to the Lord of the Harvest to send your party men Worth scrapping about For twentyseven years your party has had but two men on the Presidential rlzon One of these you have discredited with a remarkable violence and the other one is play Ing dog in the manger to the perpetu al delight of the Republclans J H THOMAS r A ANSWERS BECK HAM WITH PROOF Senator Campbell Produces Uncounted Ballots Replies With Tbls Evidence Charging That He Violated His Trust Franfokrt Ky March 17Securi- ng the floor of the Senate tonight on a question of personal privilege Senator J Wheeler Campbell sprang a sensation by holding up to tho view of his associates an armful of books containing stubs of ballots cast in Fulton county at the 1906 primary which nominated Beckham and Hager He then read affidavits which show ed that the Democratic chairman of the county had failed to prepay ex- pressage on them to Frankfort and that they had been returned to him without ever having been considered by the canvassing board in making its returns of the primary The stubs showed that by an over whelming majority the ballots had been cast for McCreary and Hays Ad dltlonel affidavits were read by the Senator which showed that the bal lots had been counted for Ucckham and Hager and so certified by the Can vasslng Board The Senator produced and read af fidavits of twentysix voters who de clared that they had voted for Hays In the westward precinct of Fulton while the official returns shoved that only eight votes were cast for time for mer Attorney General The Senator stated that he knew many of the men personally Other af fidavits were produced In which sev entythree Democrats swore that they were unable to cast their votes for Hays in West Hickman on account of their being no ballots In this precinct the Senator declared there were 700 registered Democratic voters and the number of ballots is sued did not exceed 210 There he said the ballots were not issued on account of a strong antl Beckham sentiment and for the reason that the machine could not procure election officers who would make false returnsThese reasons he gave for repudiat ing the Democratic nominee A few nights ago said Senator Campbell the Democratic cxGovcrnor and party leader saw fit to express his views of those Democrats who failed to support him for Senator and to Insinuate that considerations other than personal hostility to him were respon sible for their failure to support him orIcharges as absolutely false and defy any man to prove where one dirty dol lar has ever crossed by palm since I have been a member of this General Assembly or that I ever traveled on a pass Issued by a railroad company in time StatetI call upon exGovernor Beckham to file a bill of particulars to furnish proof that his Insinuations are true Senator Campbell then made an urg ent appeal to the Democrats of Ken tucky to get together and stick to the Democratic principles calling for sanity fair play and an honest deal for all who participate In the affairs of the the party In the State Another Man Takes His Own Life Central City March 17lIr Green Hunt a prominent and wealthy farm er of Dunmor near here committed suicide Monday by hanging himself Ina stable at ills home His family relations were very pleasant His wife and two children two married daughters have not the slightest idea why ho took his own life Ho had made no threatsand it was not till two hours after life was extinct did his wife find him suspended by a Tope from a rafter in the stable Tem porary insanity caused by continued bad health no doubt prompted the rash deed This Is the second suicide recently in the little town ot Dun morand the citizens are considerably worried over it scarcely knowing what next to expect Indors sHeavrfriI r Dear Mr Editor Permit me to make a few comments on the coming Presidential nomination I desire to take Issue with you on thelnferenc9 is a recent Editorial In jrsur payer All of the Republican PrwTdentlnl lIJ ants are great and dlattSguUhed men 1Jf Kati b 1Jrl l anyone of who can be elected If nomInated The enduring principles of the Republican party are greater and vastly moer Important than any man None of us have a right to inject our iersonal feelings Into the race The Republicans of Ohio county certainly stand as one man for the nominee wh eVer he may be believing even know ing that the best interest of the Re public will be subserved by the reten tion of the party in power They should stand also as one man for tho reelection of Hon M L Heavrin as committeeman from the 4th district His past party service and special fit ness recommend him to the voters of commItteernan licans of Ohio county unanlmouusly call on every county In the district to Indorse him We have one choice only for committeeman M L Heavrin but our choice for the Presidency will be the choice of the great party of which we are proud to be a part A Republican Shreve Ky 316 OS a COMES OUT STRONfi LY FOR HARMONY President Cullin of the Green River District ASof EGives Gocd Advice April 2 being the regular time for the quarterly meting of the Green river district let ma suggest that all locals of the A S of E whether In good standing or otherwise which have heretofore been In good stand ing get together and send one dele gate to the district meeting This meeting Is a very important one and every local In the district should be represented We urge particularly that each county send in its report on acreage reduction that we may determine how the district as a whole stands on that question Now is the time for action Let us have the biggest and best meeting In the dis tricts history The difference between the home warehouse people and the Louisville warehouuse people being practically eliminated and a general sentiment that the two factions should get together I take the responsibility of urging that they too send delegates We want to do business or at least to get In shape to do business at this meeting and seeing the futility of dis cord and dlssentlon let us all strive to harmonize our energies in this ef fort to control the tobacco situation In this district and to keep ever in mind the text A house divided against Itself cannot stand J S CULLIN President REPUBLICAN CONVEN TION CALLED FOR APR 5 Will Meet in Mass Convention That Day to Name Delegates to District Convention A meeting of the Fourth District Republican Committee was held in Ellzabethtown last Saturday and ten of the thirteen counties were represented Those counties not repre sented were Taylor Washington and Green The meeting was called to order by Chairman M L Her rln this county and Mr Mar via W Barnes of Elizabeth town acted as secretary It was de cided to bold a convention in Ellzabpthtown on May 5 for four very Important purposes First to nominate a candidate for congress from the Fourth district sec ond to name two delegates and two alternates to the Rational Convention in Chicago on June 16 thlrdto name a Presidential elector from this district The most important thing that will come up In the convention on that date is to elec a member of the State Central Committee to succeed M L Heavrin Mr Heavrin who is the recogni zed leader of the Taft forces in this district is a can didate for reeloctionandopposed to him is Dr Den L Bruner Secre tary et State who Is behind the Fair barikflcrowd A mass oaventtoh felled for April 25r t eelotiIdeld catest thqState cparentioa l ELECTRIC LINE FROM OWENSBORO To Calhoon Will Probably Be Under Construction Soon Will Make Entrance Into Owens boro From South Depot in Down Town Section Construction work on the Ow ensboro and Calhoon electric rail road will probably begin In June Tho rglht of way has been secured with the possible exception of a few tracts and the members of the company believe that there Is noth ing to delay construction work beyond a few weeks The work has been held back the past several months because of the unsettled fi nancial condition- It Is estimated that the cost of the road will be in the neighborhood of 20000 a mile This includes every item of expense of constructon and equipment and represents the transi The road will enter Owcnsboro from the South entering the corporation limits by way of Sweeney street The right of way will extend along Sween ey street to McFarland then west on McFarland to Clay a distance of half a block Then on Clay to Third thenI down third to Davless or Allen and out one or the other of these streets to the river The council several months ago agreed to donate rglht of way through streets as might be ne cessary and the ordinance granting such right of way is now being prepared by the city attorney and a special Committee appointed by Mayor OBryan at the meeting of time council held Monday night The location of the terminal has not been determined It will probab ly however be located at some point between the corner of Third and Daviess and Allen and the river front Connections will be made for Ohio river traffic at Owensboro and for Green river traffic at CalI hoon and possibly other points The enterprise has been worked out by Owensboro people for the most part A foreign corporation undertook a few years ago to con struct a line between Owensboro and Calhoon but failed in secuuring right of way and abandoned the pro ject The rights of way secured were transferred to the Owensboro com pany Ownesboro Messenger Some Church History Continued from last week On account of the neglect of several of our fellow Pastors to keep a record of their work we loose a long link or a succession of links in the history of the church at this place A fact that we very much regret we shall have to Jump over a long period of time In which no doubt a great manIinteresting events bappenedIWe quit last week after writingI about the organization of SunJday school at the brick chute by Brother McNeely In 1828 The rea ders no doubt noticed the names of the respective officers also the names of the offices Instead of Superinten dant it was President and Vice Pres ident and then in addition to this they had as you will notice a board of managers But we have to leave them there and jump from this event in the year of our Lord 1828 to the administra tion of Rev JT Pander In 1876 losing a period of 48 years Brother Ponder saysI took charge of No Creek circuit In March 1876 andIam now closing up my second year as pastor this March the 1st 1878 During the two years I have received 75 members into the church have or ganized two new churches or societies one at Washington school house and one at Island Station McLean coun ty have had quite a number of good revivals When I came to No Creek the church was not divided into classes but each society was In one class At Wesley Chapel I made 4 classes they appointed 3 as we had one be fore At this place I appointed the first woman class leader ever known on this charge Mrs Sarllda C Stevens phapelIappointed J D Chapman class leader and the second year I appointed Jas Shaver leader of a new class at the eaine place Also J H James was ap pointed to take charge of the Infant class qf members Very little system r is carried out in anything the people have been used to working without rule traveling with guides and in tho main are opposed to any definite plan of doing things Though some little improvement is being madcand has been made in the past few years Quite a number of the membership dont seem to care anything for the ministers welfare scores of them never pay one cent to the support of the gospelThis Is the closing of Benjamin A Stubbins fouurth year as PresId- Ing ElderJ T Pender I write Bro Ponders name at the close of his record as near like his own signature as possible All that re mains on record of the history of the church at No creek up to Brother Panders time Is the names of the members of the church at No Creek In the year 1814 They appear on the old book as follows Thomas Stevens class leader Nan cy Stevens Henry Stevens was Stew ard for 56 year Hannah StevensSar ah Barnett John Bennett Jefferies Bennett Ellen Bennett John Bennett Casander Bennett Samuel BennettLu crecy Bennett Reuben BennettThom as Baird Mantia Baird Benjamin Ben ton Athcla Benton Francis Chapman Robert Bennett Thomas Baird Joseph Bennett Titus Bennett Obed Bennett Tally Bennett Elizabeth BennettRe bcca Bennett Miranda Benton Joseph Barnett William Ford Anna FordJas Ford Sabra Ford Anna Hoover Char lotte Belt Zechariah Fields Hlgger son Belt Cephas Simons Sarah Fields The record says that Henry Stevens has been class leader for 56 years and that Hlggerson Belt joined the church In 1815 The endG DAME a WHY FAIRBANKS SHOULD BE ELECTED Senator Hemenway Who Suc ceeded Himself in the U S Senate Explains United States Senator James A Hemenway of Indiana when asked the other day why Fairbanks should be nominated for President gave out the following as his reason First that his views on all public questions are sound Second that he is able and honest Third that ho will enforce the laws In the Court and not In the headlines of the news paper Let mo add that the VicePresident Is a great international lawyer Ho has met the best lawyers at the American bar and has proved In many contests that ho is competent to bat tle with any man who Is matched against him There is a belief in some quarters that Mr Fairbanks lacks in warmth and personal attractiveness It is not so The VicePresident doesnt smoko or drink or run around with the boys but lme Is as corldal sincere and kind hearted as was McKinley whom he re sembles in many ways The people know of his integrity and strength trust and respect him They seen him too a farmers son who has come to high honor without the help of influential friends or accidental cir cumstancesOperators r Mad At Mitchell Indianapolis March 17Mine oper ators have started a movement hero to discredit President John Mltchell policy in the coal mine affairs The only thing that will prevent an enormous strike now will be tho at whetherI ing president or go to the operators and humbly seek pence measures Tho crisis will come in thenntlonal con vention tomorrow The answer of the operators who refuse to meet the miners at all means that no contract will be made before April 1 The policy of the Ohio operators Is to defer settlement blaming Mitchell with the strike and when the settle ment is made give T L Lewis the new president tho credit The operators are angry at Mitchell who has repeatedly whipped them into line- Papers Now Consolidated Roscoe Downs formerly editor and proprietor of the Kentucky Citizen published at Livermore has consoli dated his paper with the Owensboro Star and will move his plant to Owensboro at once Mr Downs will be associated with A D McDonald In the publication of the Starowens boro Messenger J I r1- a r S junE TO BURY lug ASHES OF BODY or Wants His Ashes Buried Unrt der tie McKinley Tree set Where he Loved to Sit T1e sill ttie We bogus BoP chtW hxv l fDt4 at T E 1iI e sand K cart 2a 4me u1 V1151 HrmI gxg icItae ItTed at ef wUte sur buat e rears or uatri we tfcowa Toed oaf the BtJton sad ties I9e W1 ihue sad went Lo EnIET1I1e1 sand lawn V9 Sera IniacteMu thr ll lwi la Htwfirfflt the I cCuiameclrJ than IE KJM ts etas as a- ftuz 4ry He made awa mane there Mt whin ibt fawn Tethd for 101 eal ce Uoa fce had ao father as the yl6oe sad told fit ai iioVHags at sa ucriflofc Ht was acted fa tie or derma bwab tot ett and for aie peaee tul dtefKMttkia Vat titw tie Mal op ladcad oa 0D- foOcuiU2 natarre s+ + crd toetvaagr Le wVteed zf his irfeod by ecata1 Is a tI with a sated 4cw 4Jl Caat Ihoo BofI by aaat w ho w a JiI mart sat He rtotrt vanMktut YOUJIII6 rt was tvdly hat Bemis rs aaftctt ht g the wad yet Jn tits ItrMt aM JVJMd Be JHrf a dasb1 iart1sd IIIot pas wlseg Flu norm WIlE mt r e4h Urns for sttft of UtI 10 tie be pot titan tic faro tad bart sad It- Jwrei x uci i frtturM1t ia tins i k 6rrtgithtrl u dW v Su T1IZlI slsw Ftrary i ad ta ate wfll v ndrriel that bt5 bogy k ertiaattl 3n teat bier ashes Lt torartod MWT CoW aieKin y ut la Uaioa Part i thsti ir nit truiUw of that park Ove p3xotfiatbl that Bach may be dos U yes safer the Sfirefcdiag brasein of tirf g art trw that BorgMiulUt flovcd 10 ntt sod araoke ia his decliaiag dart 3F form 4 MMb ka aitachiaoat as off tkt taw cad Ita firiroBOi ai that lie Jaefaari h1JI tnaamtat with tZpHd dtratorse to crt9ate his loLy and kc tic aahte in Use pot where blS iorrad tr futr and View tae woJ4t la rtarl susses at UMT GoUia State Tin W61 atJZ caking variras be QtMB d rash to reItUves la this- euerty crrl ia Crxaaay ItVet the xta6dusal1 eie to William Borg Wtit of Braxrfllc who to bte rm el T Thto rediitM Jatledts the- Frew L khSwu Shoe enatyauys bafld an via JtnrJs and hats street Tale I pt44CtY is rahjirf at a figure above i HllJ WSHiaui liorgfccballze Iii DQDI to Kne without boad Xav 4 Kuxaaur Stake Venom Costly Ec2 c wAfrn lit one of the fcimsg rst jut wftU ii roust wetly anlclte of coouusrce There is a growing Jfe nuinr Air J la rnr1leJD sod other brruJvs of Selene A large part of the serpglyrums from Ao tralia ad a Sydrw quotation placed the market price rvfoAlf at ta to tC grain or alxiut RtJ a pound troy nomsI rare now losing clawrtfled Tiger snake t wsauai fxatts first as It is sixteen tUsrfsi as deadly all that of the black j daaV and four times ajfjowerful allI that frcro the brown snake or death taOfVir In average yield a bite of the diiiJi Adder wpjillea three times as1 onurih an the tiger snake and event dynes as much aj the brown srnate Sr far the snakes have been j moBtly captured by hand to avoid loss of Uie poUonThey are made to bite Ahrrwjji a rubber band ejecting upon A lIlt plate the venom from the i two j lHon fangs In the upper jawI Indianapolis News The Passing of an Epoch i Perhaps the most Interesting build Qug ia Ohio county or even in this ipart d the State IK the old water mill at Hartford It btands on the bank of Hough river at a point where there Is an abrupt turnand the surging waters an they rush round the bend make this aw admirable location More than thrwjfjuartern of a century have pass od tine this famous mill was built and until only a few short years ago it playing well 1U part In the affairs of this and the adjoining counties But now falling into ruin It little re fvernble the grand old structure It onus Was Its timbers are worn eaten und moss covered and fast crumbling iln decay It will be but a tow years Tear when HaVord shall have lost thIs hIstorIc building For many years after Its building thU mill did all the grinding for this jjartUf the country For miles around peoplsonade trips to mill Often they were jtevcral days in making the trip rSomttlirxai they came on horseback but mare often In wagons drawn by hornesfor by greatclumsy oxen Those who oamc from other counties and from 7p eat distances in this county would often bo overtaken by darkness wheat thaY would draw their wagons under the trees and there in the open the night would be spent Such arc rtbe atorles our grandfathers tell But our intent is not merely tho re wlewheg of too history of the mill Its die we aaay say and fall have a deeper interest They mark tie dos of as oldeepoch in Keatockr Jifej and the begiazter anew The seventyf1Te 7eass ago was n5tJr differeat Iron that of today Then or- people had to meet Nature with mute weapons than now The old sail itself took life and power from Nature in ber dement for the water to turning the turbine vi el aad thus UTe life to the rrnirhiTxgr Thus Nature wu mt and oon nered And now whey we look upon the weatier beaten reins of the mill and rem her how it wa topioed cy one fitted wjsi newer sad betty machinery ware e deeply toTOcbfed by the pathos ofj come tw1Iway to tit new Its bst aa cs ample of tie survival of tie flues k in mind the gJorioas 1d2umore poS EATMEB WENDELL S TL SLEYI I LABORERS TALK AGAINST TAFT Delegate to letraska Convention Declares War Secretary Will Be Defeated Tory Doafcive a local labor union i leader wbo WM a delegate to the Sec sad dtaUfct ooaveartoa of Nebraska a brief bet lam n tteh agalas j tie MMazaiattoa of Secretary Taft He dtxiared he represented O91abe I q la W district tad they had fif ta delegates oa tie ooarentlon floor j Ht oak It is a matter of common notoriety i that Secretary Taft is an enemy to organize lbor and I want to place the won labor of Omaha on record I opposed to him If this conven ton indorses Taft we will not support j tie ticket and I want to register a protest here against the action the j fate convention IE about to take the Indorsement of Secretary Taft I for President of the Ualted States No other delegate attempted to pres tie matter and Donahues talk was I received in silence The Central Labor Union of Omaha recently adopted a resotatloa pladag the union and its i I nftmbrB oa record as opposed to I raft- It BulnossIdoes tho IMr E E Chamberlain of Clinton i t Mfcia says of Bnckleas Arnica Salve It does the boiiaess I have used it for piles and it cured them Used It for chapped hands and it cured them I Applied it to an old sore and it healI fed it without leaving a scar j Sc at all druggists m Harness Blacking The great English harness blacking- s made as follows Three ounces of turpentine and 2 ounces of white wax are dissolved together over a slow fire Then add 1 ounce of Ivory black and dram of indigo well pulverized and mixed together When the wax and the turpentine are dissolved add ill Ivory black and Indigo and stir cold Apply very thin Wash afterward and you will have a beautiful polish This blacking keeps the leather soft It is excellent for buggy tops and bar ness Old harness when hard will be benefited by washing It in warm orate and when nearly dry greasing It with neatsfoot oi- lOverWork Veakena Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes yourbloodthe waste impurities the blood they sldc order they fall their work Pains ache andrheu mattsm come from uric the blood neglected Sney trouble unsteadyIthey had heart trouble because the heart overworking pumping thick kidney fOl blood through veins and arteries used considered that only urinary troubles were traced kidneys but now modern science proves that nearly constitutional diseases have their begin nlng kidney trouble you sick you make mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild knd the extraordinary effect Kilmers i SwampRoot the great kidney remedy soon realized stands the highest i wonderful cures most distressing cases and sold Its merits by all druggists In fifty cent and Onedollar sizes You may have a samolo bottle mall ter out or in U are er out of to do ex cess of acid In due Is in ned It to be to be to the all In H are can no of Dr It for ef the b on by to 3 nom ur ftmPJi free also pamphlet telllngyou how to find i out If you have kidney or trouble Mention this piper when writing Dr Klimet U Co Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers BinghamtonI AMERICA IS ilGHESTI ort AMONG NATIONS figures on Germany and England are Giren by Ex pert StatisticiansTt Tie Baron Speck Ton Sternberyre centlj delivered an Address before tie I the Chamber of Commerce at Tampa Yh on Germany l Economic Strength toe llawskh Je tstmated the wealth of the people of that empire at twoOttoUl9 Wf and the national income at t 7009 OWOOO With a population of 20tt 000 as he rialmf this would be a per capita wealth of S1tr for every maD woman and child in Germany subject has reoeatly been din 1Th15 with great interest in England Mallet commissioner of interest revenue in an address before the Royal Statistical Society estimated tl the wealth of the United Kingdom of jat somewhere between K7 W OWOW and neOW ii90Ci Taking the mean ed between these two estimates the per capita wealth ia England Scotland ers Wales and Ireland would be JS75 which v is considerably less than that of Ger many There is a lively discussion in the newspapers over Mr Mallets cal colationE wine claiming a great deal more and others a great deal less j The estimates vary all the way from 109OtoOM to rajOWff lOftl The majority of the guessers bow ever adhere rather doerfy to his figs res There is no accurate way of computing the wealth of a nation except by taking the tax assessment the bawl by deposits and other official records and these only permit of an approximation to In England the income tax famishes a basis of calculation and In Germany the returns are even more exact The bureau of statistics In Washing ton estimates the total wealth of the people of the United Suites as 1107 1ot1117 and the per capita at II 31011 which is tie per capita snore than that of England and 3S per capita more than that of Germany This U however more or less guesswork for reason I have stated j His Informal Wai The following anecdote after remain lag In storage many years has been recently dusied and brought to light A yaung Man and afterward distln gulshed attorney from an upcounty dls triet of New York State was arguing hi Supreme Couurt He had been in many legal scrimmages in JusMce courts at home but had never stood irethe awesome presence of five sedate and learn td judges of the Supreme court in gen jeral term assembled His embarrassment was great He repeated himself and was quulte evidlet that he must soon be routed by his own contusIon un less something should occur to break the spell Finally and Just as has was I nourishIng the deepest in chaotic jumble of language and ideas the presiding i Judge Interupted with the following remark Htr Smltbers I believe it will be a great relief to yourself and to the courtI 1If you will address us in the samefree and informal way that you doubtless j use in addressing your local justice of the peace Well then replied SmIthers I wishc that while I anus allevatlng your honors dense ignorance of the law yo would keep your dd mouth shut The court laughed heartllyand waved for him to proceed He grew elo quent and won hIs case In the midst of hearty applause Bohemian Caleb Powers Has Been Eight Years In Jail Caleb Powers Tuesday March 10 completed eight years in jail He InI 1900 March 10 Arrested and placed In jail at Lexington March 11 Carried In a twohorse conveyance across the country to Versailles and thence to Louisville where be was placed In the Jefferson county jail March 27 Handcuffed and taken to Frankfort where he was placed In jal1AprllExamlnnlg trial before Judge Dan Hoore at Frankfort Held without ball Granted a change of venue to Scott county and taken to Georgetown jail July First trlaJbegunIIAugust 19 Givenit life sentence and transferred to Louisville for safekeep ing November 12Henry E Youtsey no serving a life sentence for complicity tsanll Jim Howard alleged assassin o Goebel now serving life term In Frankfort penitentiary transferred to Lou- Isville jail where Howard and Powers met for the first time 1901 February 6Powers transferred from Louisville Jail to Frankfort jail ce March 28Court of Appeals revs od finding of Scott Circuit Court Now J trial orderedif October 8Transferred from Frankr I jaIl to GtDaldowa i October S Second trial begun I ntenoemldltanHemaliis in Tiamkfort Jail s yea until September when be was transferred to Georgetown ap1n1 December court d A dedtlon ia second trial 3J OX Remained in jail at Georgetown anti j August 3 when tie third trial legan August 21 Penalty of death fixed bJi jury t was set zs date of ex onjOctober 13 Transferred LsnisvOl fail liKM Year passel Injail at Ixmisrille December C Court of Appeals reversed tie caw for the third time 1KG tovnhlt1tL jP01lersKentucky on the ground that hirt constitutional rights are being violat la the Kentucky courts Judge Coc ran assumes juricdiciioa and powI U removed to the Newport faii to ia Jurisdiction starch 12 Supreme Court sends the use tack to the State coasts L4L Powers In jail at Georgetown await ag his fourth trial t February 2C Judge Robbins of Graves county who presided at Powers last trial is appointed by Gov- seekbrm as Special Judge for the xr triaL July 25 Trial called at Georgetown Judge RobbIns I August 1 Judge Robbins declined preside in the case October 2 Judge J S Morris of Oldnam county appointed Special Judge by Gov Beckham November 11 Fourth trial began I under Judge Morris November 25 Jury completed and- finally accepted November 25Taklag ef testimony began December 25 Testimony concluded sod Jury InstructediDecember 30 Arguments began jJannacase given to Jury January tJIU disagreed and was discharged Ten for acquittal f March 10In jail at Georgetown Stranee Color Effects I The new mercury vapor lamp used la ate ears by scientific experimenters I some extraordinary effects1produce light is turned upon colored i objects The light of this lamp plays such pranks that the color sense ap pears to have gone crazy One red object will appear blue another black one blue thing blue another brown The color Is a particular hue of crim son gloriously enhanced For any pur pose where color Is not of Importance the light Is pronounced beautiful and its production Is very economical C8ORIABiritii lifuStrt r TM Illila 1111 l i br American Bamboo It is entirely probable that Amen bamboo will be entering Into com petition with that from the far East at no remote period The cultivation of bamboo on an extensive scale is projected by Japanese residents of Victoria D C Experimental growths have proved very successful and dur ing the coming winter many roots will be Imported from Japan The cultivators hope to develop a big trade In bamboo furniture and also to introduce the use of bamboo as water pipes a purpose for which they have long been In use In the Orient Dam boo cultivation In Japan returns from 120 to 190 per are A Higher Horlth Level I have reached a Niger health le vel since I began using Dr Kings New Life Pills writes Jacob Spring er of West Franklin Maine They keep my stomach liver and bowels working Just right If these pills dIs- appoInt you on trial money will be refunded at all druggists 25c m Odd Thins That Happen Evangelist J O Shelbourne now working at Milwaukee has a plan to find work free of charge for needy men on condition that they bind themselves to attend some church regular ly for one year Abram Mosteller Jr of West Vin N J has been arrested by order 001cent Margaret Mullen for drawing- w caricatures of her and pasting them o the outside of a barn- f The Rev A H Long of Mount Joy Pa who has just died in 1873 chose the text for hIs funeral sermon and Rev C H Forney to preach It Each year he renewed his request to Forney Mr Long married 114 coupleS and oft Ociated at 114 funerals Minna Welsbein tenyearold Rus therrother day can speak seven langua pi Henry Edwards a welltodo negro 444i4414414i i1443f4f1W t iTHE4 KENTUCKY I Z i Light and Power Co 4 44 4+ f 4 t4 INCORPORATED WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE BT COST J 4t if1i OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD i BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN t REACH MLHEAVRIN 44 + I t r Manager i i- 4 t IIIIIt4ItlIJJJ 44fItfJllfff G fi 1 Ohio CountyhFIi Itncorporata- dJHartfordnft Ky Hardfare111Iachiaery and all Kinds E- fi Iiof Farming Implements Ii i youh=41 m fj recommend all our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers bt 4i Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Blue It fi and Mouse with all repairs for same bit l fi A full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Roofing Myers Deep O- t Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds i bitjell Mogul Blount and Owenboro Also Deering and Milwaukee fn 1 Harvesting Machinery 2- f We sell the best Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn fi Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers Jj 41 and Swings The largest supply house In Ohio county Give us a S fi calL Prices always equitable i ili business man of Lima 0 discovering that the woman he married was white I has applied for a divorce When Judge Rule of St Louis In hearing the application of Frank A Kilber for divorce from his wife whom I he charged with flirting asked Kilber what was meant by googoo eyes he granted the divorce after Kilber had j evidence shown him the eyes and produced other After two houurs debate a resolution I prohibiting eating of popcorn during sessions was defeated in the Oklahoma- I Legislature yesterday Hundreds of dollars of Clearing house panic scrip cannot be redeemed at Cincinnati In denominations as high as 120 it has been stowed away by curio collection Eating at BedtimeIEating at bedtime was formerly con sidered very injurious but at the present time it Is favored by some of our best physicians especially for Invalids who are troubled with sleeplessness Food of a simple kind will Induce sleep The sinking sensation felt by those who can not sleepis often simply a call for food while wakefulness Is often a symptom ofhunger Gratify this desire and you will soon fall asleep The feeble will be stronger at dawn if they partake of light food before going to bed Some twelve or fourteen hours lie between supper and breakfast and by that time the fuel of the body has become expended When prolonged weakefulness attacks yrs and our thou gets go hither and we have no more control over them than over tho wind theiWiEest thing to do is to cat a cracker or two or a cold biscuit or some bread and milk give tho stomach something to do and this will draw the surplus blood from thc brain and you will fall asleep Country Gentleman Peril of the Cellar I Undergrouund cellars ought to boj done away with They are relics of a dark age More sickness originates In them physicians claim than any where else in sanitary condition while there The place for a cellar Is above the ground and outside the dwelling Leave the basement for the furnace I the coal bin and a general storeroom An aboveground cellar is more con yenlent In every wy Your vegetables can be stored with less than half the labor when you do not have toga up and down stairs with them You can keep an aboveground cellar clean with butlittle trouble while the un dergrouad one being difficult to got t1 I a will be neglected nine times out often and allowed to become a source of infection to the family above It If the owners of homes in the country will give some earnest thought to this matter and decide to build an aboveground cellar the coming spring Ventilation and temperature are muc more controllable In such a building than in the oldfashioned underground cellar which obliges the housewife to use up so much strength In climbing stairs Locate it convenient to the kite en with which it can be connected in winter by an Inclosed passageway If a considerable number of potatoes are stored in bins a little lime sprink led among them will help to prevent decay and early sprouting Watch that cellar Remember the doctor who immediately asked when called to treat a case of typhoid fever if there was decaying cabbage in the cellar There was Keep the cellar sweet and clean and see that it It fre quently alredSuburban Life 3 Cure For Nose Bleed When the nose is bleeding never bold It over a basin or hold the head down in any way Thlsonly causes further rush of blood to the broken tissues in the nose The head should be htld up and back the flow being caught In handerchiet or clothes Ono of the most effective and simple means of checking nose bleeding is to press on tho uppcrllp Near the under surface of the lips runs the artery that supplies the interior nasal passage where tho ruptures occur If this Is pressed tho flow of the blood Is mechanically checked thus allowing the blood around tho broken tissue to con geal and seal up tho opening It mere ly pressing with tho finger docs not succeed place a wad of paper under the lip and fold tho lip over It hold- Ing It down tight Again If this docs not succeed and a drug storo Is near get some adrenall saturate a piece of cotton with It and apply to tin Interior of tho noso from where the blood flows Philadelphia Record Real Estate 400 Acres on I 0 Jt It between ttOOdIl11dcopaatJDIo esincultivat4oriwatered tins O floe corn wheatstobagso psyeta Price rllbt IHIOIIl Will eetl vwhole or dlvldt to wit purohaerJ t r J- F I c 14 INSANITY NOT C z REAL CAUSE Thaltt While She Has Her Right Sense Will She Ttl I the True Reason Tur Hi r Suit For Divorce Evelyn Net lt Thaw lias made her first formal LtnUuicrt rulathu to her suit for t c Mini uliutiut ot per nard age Hir y Taw Dctjic iln u am Elites lily husband to have our uarrlan anuult ed on the ground that ho Va3 11e when the ceremony was pcnonna1 1 am trank to admit tint Is nor tho ti reason What Is prompting mo In this will remain a secret as long as I live and never In my right sense will 1 ut r ter a word I am determined to carry the secret to my grave with me Further than that I found my cause during the first trial I will remain mum Ir this matter forever Is this suit based upon Thaws Jeal ousy was asked No exclaimed Evelyn Sho de clined to say however yhat was the specific cause of the quarrel and suit Her attorney OReilly said that he would never tell when asked but vol unteered the Information that the quar rel occured In the early part of the Thaw trial- Despite many denials made there IsI good reason for believing a financial settlement had been agreed upon for many months Assuming that young Mrs Thaw has been unfriendly toward her husband except In her public at titude for more than a year It Is hardly reasonable that she would have testified to all the degrading events of her life without the assurance that she would be well cared for by Thaws family It is said by her friends that r she has an affection for her husband that has more of sympathy than of love but that she was determined through both trials never to live with him again no matter if he should be freedEven now her counsel says she has no hard feelings against Thaw but would do all in her power to help him Mr OReilly says that she will go on the stand and testify in an effort to get him out of MattcawatA Her fear of i Thaw is one reason for her determina tion never to live with him again The quarrel was over some trifling personal matter accqrdlng to Mr OReilly From another source it was learned that Thaw became jealous early in the first trial and that the quarrel was over his jealousy Despite the quarrel she passed through both trials without the slightest manifestation of any ill will and so long as Thaw was in the Tombs she was a model of a loving and de voted wife She rarely failed in her dally visits Lawyer Peabody would not talk of Thaws attitude toward the suit He said that Thaw had made very little comment when told that his wife would sue him fpr an annulment of their marriage This statement disagreed with another version to the effect that Thaw stormed with rage over the news and then broke fourth Into violent pro testation of his love for his wife The following Is the petition filed by Mrs Thaw for annulment Evelyn Florence Nesbit Thaw plain tiff vs Harry Kendall Thaw and Mary Copley Thaw defendants The plaintiff in the above action J ttcomplains of the defendant and alleges firstThat on the 4th day of April In the year 1905 in the city or Plltsburg Pa Evelyn Florence Nesbit Thaw then Evelyn Florence Nesbit and Harry Kendall Thaw the defendant inter married and That at the time of the said mar riage of the plaintiff to the defendant the said defendant was a lunatic and of unsound mind and Incapable of making a valid contract and Incapable of contracting marriages and That the cause for the annulment of this marriage is that the lunacy of the said Harry Kendall Thaw existed at the time of said marriage and That Mary Copley Thaw named in this complaint it the mother of the said Harry Kendall Thaw and That both parties to this action are at this time residents of this State andThat there has been no issue of the marriage of the said Evelyn Florence Nesbit Thaw and the said Harry Ken If dall Thaw therefore The plaintiff prays and asks that the said marriage be annulled on the grounds above set fourth Evelyn Florence Nesbit Thaw Daniel A OReilly Counsel Memprls Tenn According to soclet gossip here Evelyn Nesbit Thaw may come to Memphis to live as the wife or J Dr A F Twogood a dentist of this romantic attachment for Dr 1Twogood Is said to be behind her de termination to secure a divorce and a IIwedding is hinted at to follow closely IRon the etl of her decree of dl t 1 t isIta few years of married life often make l- itho appearance anJ disposition of many women The freshness tho charm the I brilliance vanish like tho bloorn from a ThiIi are two andiI the shock to tho system through the change which comes with marriage and wltlII ncssci too Men como with mar j rialto and motherhood not urdcrstarullni I that this secret drain Is robbing the cheek j of Its freshness and the form of Its fairnessAs as tho prmcral health suffers ttII whrTthc se organs are tablkined Ir- oi heal the co nl t witness to the actin + cd come NmIJa mllllon women have mind health and happlws In theuoe of Dr lIrrrns FI- orlteI + remotion Itmakes weak wom rn strong andaickwomen well Ingredl ents on label contains no alcohol o- rtartul habit formlns drugs Made v oily of those native American mod lyleadingI oral schools of practice for tl 3 cuo ol- womans peculiar ailments brokendown ofbabyquitesocnn do no harm In any condition or the InvigoratingtonIcadapted to womans delicate system by a physician of large experience In the trent mont of peculiar ailments letterfreeInstituteBuffalo vqre Dr Twogood today refuted to confirm the report that he is to wed Evelyn If she secures a divorce Ho admitted attending the Thaw trial and that he knew the Thaws YOU CAN MAKE THIS AT HOME Many Persons Here Can Be Made Happy Again Tells How Any One Can Pre pare This Simple Home Made Mixture There Is so much rheumatism here in our neighborhood now that the fol lowing advice by an eminent authority who writes for readers of a large Eastern dally paper will be highly appreciated by those who suf ferGet from any good pharmacy one half ounce Fluid Extract Dandelion one ounce Compound Karagon three ounces of Compound Syrup Sarsapa rilla Shake these well in a bottle and take in teaspoonful doses after each meal and at bedtlmealso drink plenty of good wateer It Is claimed that there are few victims of this dread and torturous disease who will fall to find ready relief in this simple homemade mixture and in most cases a permanent cure is the result This simple recelpo is said to strengthen and cleanse the ellmlna tivo tissues of the Kidneys so that they can filter and strain from the blood atii system the polsonousaclds and waste matter which cause not only Rheumatism but numebous oth er diseases Every man or woman hero who feels that their kidneys are not healthy and active or who suf fers from any urinary trouble what ovcrBhould not hesitate to make up this mixture as It is certain to do much good and may save you from much misery and suffering after whileOur home druggists say they will either supply the ingrcdlncts or mix the prescription ready to take if our readers ask them EUROPE GRADUALLY GROWS COLDERI Temperature of the Continent Gradually and Constantly Becoming Lower Some months ago thero appeared In these colums some tables worked up by Camille Flammarlon to show change e of a meteorological character which seem to have taken place In Europe Writing again ho rtates that fro actual figures obtalne 1 within the pas six years he has beue certain the temperature of Europe has beer falling France lus Letn suffering for a long time fiun ri excess of cold weather tc tIe roineterlcal reading at PriIn lavirs been one degree be low il u normal height ohtr readings show even less favor able results The fall is more notice able during the spring than during Slmilair Uritlan Belgium Spain Italy Austria and Germany In the days of Phillip Augusta in the thirteenth centuury the wines of Etampes anti Beauvais were the favorite beverages at court Henry IV a pronounced bon vlant fre quently expressed his fondness for the product of the Suresnes grap At tho present day there is not vineyard of importance north of Paris and as for the petit vln now made at onIlyIn the middle of the century Macon was celebrated for its muscatel wines Whereas the muscated grape ot this moment can scarcely be made to thrive there Ancient chronicles men tion the cultivation of the vine In Northern Brittany where now even apples are not plentiful Again it is to be remarked that ares which once flour ished in the North of France are at present found in the extreme south and a considerable number have dlsap pcared altogether I Languedoc no longer grows the le mon there Is not an orange left In Rosllllon The Lombardy poplar so I familiar and picturesque in old France i line engravings is now nowhere to be found on French soil These are facts I which putting statistics out of the ques tion serve to illustrate the changes wrought by temperature in the great fruitproducing country of France Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier FreeI If your blood is Impure thin dis eased hot or full of humors If you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofula eczema itching rising and bumpy skin bone palnsca tarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express fl per large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta I Ga D B D is especially advised i for chronic deepseated casesas it cures after all else fails 35tf The Exposition Habit The United States acquired the ex position habit about 35 years ago when an appropriation of 16384261 was made for a display in Vienna The next affair was the Centennial in Philadelphia in 1876 which cost tho Federal Treasury nearly 800 000 Since that time appropriations have been made for 28 others 14 of them domestic and 14 foreign The total approprlationlncluudlng Vienna and Philadelphia and all other shows down to and including the James town fair has been 2718777372 De ducting the 622704643 which has been repaid there is left a national expenditure of nearly 21000000 for the entertainment and education of American citizens and foreigners bImeans of fairs and expositions The J5 foreign displays have cost us 2j I Grippe or Influenza whichever you like to call it is one of the most weakening diseases known Scotts Emulsion which is Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in easily die gested form is the greatest strengthbuilder known to medical science t- It is so easily digested that it sinks into the system making new blood and new fat and strengthening nerves and muscles Use Scotts Emulsion after Influenza Invaluable for Coughs and Colds ALL DRUGGISTS 6Oc AND 51OO 309075 and the lemalder Is charged to the domestic account Having acquired the habit it le difficult to break it and exposition funds are now virtually Included In our fixed charges Jamestown ap pears to have cost us about 2500000 yet undismayed by that experience I Cohgress Is now disposed to give Eeattle for her Alaska YukonPacitl Exposition next year the sum of 1 175000 Ecuador has Invited us to make a display at Quito next year Argentina will probably usk us to take part in her centennial In 1910 I and Japan Is to have an important exposition In 1912 We believe a few others domestic and foreign are belling planned The foreign exhibit not usually expensive and from- t an advertising standpoint are doubt I less profitable They are moreover a courtesy which we cannot well de cline The Paris affair of 1900 cost us a trifle less than 1500000 and the show In that city in 1S89 cost us 250000 The range of other foreign expenditures is from 5000 in three Instances to 1874fiO In Paris In 187S The domestic account shows such Items as Buffalo 1000000 New Or- t leans 1050000 Chicago 480000 and St Louis C4 14000 New York Sun 0 Rank Foolishness When attacked b1a cough or a cold or when your throat is sore It Is rank foolishness to take any other DiscoveryDire Ga I have used New Dls cot cry 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 are subject to croup but New Discovery quickly cures every attack Known the world over as the King of throat and lung remedies Sold under guar sotto at all druggists fOc and 100 Trial bottle free m BONE FROM DOG IS JOINING THAT OF BOY I Dr Gilbert Believes Now That the Youngster Will Have Full Use of Arm Dr Will Gilbert said yesterday that Verne Wolfe of Oaktown Ind in whose arm he recently placed the bone from the leg of a puppy to replace one taken from the boys arm is get ting along nicely and the doctor is now more confident than ever that the boy will recover the use of the members says the Evansvllle Courier Ho was afflicted with tuberculosis of the bone in his right arm between tho shoulder and the elbow Dr Gilbert made every effort to save the bone by scraping It but it finally be came apparent that unless a substi tute for the diseased bone in the boys I arm was found the member would have to be amputated Dr Gilbert selected a St Bernard puppy for the purpose lIe removed the bone front Its front leg and then took out a sec tion of diseased bone from the boys arm eight inches long Inserting the dogs bone In its place Since the operation was performed doctors have been very pessimistic over the outcome many having de clared that It was impossible for the dogs bone to knit to the boys Dr Gilbert says it is knitting antis If noth happens he expects to be able to ling within the next few weeks tho boy Is entirely recovered and the full use of his arm The op eration was performed about two week ago A Case for Misery I I have found a cure for the misery malaria poison produces says R M i James of Louellen S C Its callj cd Ellctric Bitters and come In EO cent bottles It breaks up a case ofj chills or a bilious attack in almost no time and it puts yellow jaundice I clean out of commission This great tonic medicine and blood purifier gives quick relief in all stomach liver and kidney complaints and the misery of lame back Sold under guarantee at all druggists m Natural Monuments- This term has recently come into use to describe remarkable features of the earths surface and of vegetation which possess sufficient interest and picturesque attractiveness to warrant efforts for their protection In prus- sia a special stato department has been organized under the control of the minister of education for encourag ing and directing such protection Among the objects mentioned as spe daily worthY of preservation are uni que speciments of trees and particular types of woodland and of marshes and heaths often containing peculiar specie of animals and plants J O1OHlAleas the gutveor II lba Kind You Hate Always Beo hi I i Tho Kind You Have Always Bought anti which Las bonin use for ocr 30 years has borne tho Hijmaturo aC IInndAll Counterfeit Imitations and Justasgo arc but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health ofT Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORCtustorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil i Aii gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant lift contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotics substance Its ago Is its guarantee It destroys Wormss and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Vii iK Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural slceyv Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe eiNTMID COMPANY TT MURRAY STKCIT NtW VOHH CITY rt OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald18fTHE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 32 Th THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 12s THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Coomoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and fwiceaVeekOwem1boroJnquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and TwicoaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magasaine 35 THE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Mngazine Le15 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN Capital Stock 25000 Surplus Prof 11250l1 This is your Dank Come 2ci DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin UoweBurcJr Felix Jim Polk Stevens I I Hoover AAA4 AAA4AA AAAAA AAAAooo oo O o o 000 4 tEqDfigt4 bDq4 Harrows steel and wood frame Harrows riding and W fi walking Cultivators Wagons of the best makes and jj j buggies for young folks and old folks T In Addition= We have the best equipped shop in Ohio county =Ci fitted with the latest improved machinery and ap 41 pliances and besides all kinds of general Blacksmith g = ing can do many jobs in firstclass shape that other 43 shops cannot do at all Everything at very moder o2 ate prices oS Ci = WILLIAMS MILLERCi BEAVER DAM KENTUCKY bit W Wi W W fi W LNv T It t I j i i jt Hartford Republican ttJrUCtea Pszoss8 Cur4b rR 40 Rough m7r = t2z FRIDAY MARCH 20 I The firrt robin Is now seen bobbing 1 up here and yonder I Cannon and Fort as a Republican I ticket would be heard from I I John F Stevens attack on the Pana ma Canal sounds like the croak of a disappointed man aWyoming lady named Carr pre sented her husband with triplets last week No use to worry any more about Carr ehortage I The California Judge who declared that people traveling on foot need not dodge Automobiles must have friend In the undertaking business The Hartford Herald and the Louj Isvllle Post are supporting Taft for I President and Beckham for anything i he can get Pass the dope please Governor Hughes reported to have F Welsh Irish Scotch English and Dutch blood in his veins But bsti of all he has good American I his head i Had the members of the Legislature j bethought themselves sooner and disregarded the Rules Committee i some valuable legislation might have been passed It Is reported that an unknown Mil llonalre from Montana is running for the Democratic nomination for Vice President Some men dont care hoIthey spend their money A few days ago a NewYork woman fell eleven stories In an elevator and I Injured has wrist Had she stumbled over her husbands shoe she would probably I have broken her neck i It Is needless to say that Ohio county people are all for Hon M L Heavrin for reelection as members 01 t the State entral Committee from this district At the very least Gov Heckham realized that his name was Dennis says the Knoxville Jouurnal Still it is taking Mr Bryan much longer to i arrive at the very same conclusion in his own case I Some one has discovered that there Is one lawyer In New York to every 250 people and an exchange wonders how they all contrive to live From i what we read of New York we are of I the opinion that 250 persons in that city can keep a lawyer very busy i The Hartford Herald gets cantankerous because we In response to its hound pup love story chided It gen tly about the prerequislts of such love It now swears It was only Jok ing Well so were we There is now j no question but what the Herald ed itors can love like a puppy without his attributes In their campaign last tall Republlj cans promised if given power a few Democrat doings would be undone They were not given complete power Hut they have come forward with a- Part of the goods anyway ABli partisan board for the charitable In situations has been provided for and registration In fifth and sixth class towns has been eliminated many otlie good measures have passed of which we will give a complete synopsis soonThe Hartford Heralds spiel about our Chastisement of our friend and former editor of the Re xpublican John Henry Tljomas Is amusing to say the least of It Its feeble effort to imply that Mr Thomas was Chastesed or classed as being among undesirable party men is as ridiculous unsupported and i untrue as Ills uncalled for Mr Thom as is one of our very best Republicans a I devoted friend of ours and one of the j most fluent and polished writers our readers ever have the pleasure of reading after Our columns are al ways + open to him for the discussion of any tropic he chooses and we dare- sayi he will make use of them At least he will not be deterred by The Heralds palaver The Hartford Herald takes advantage of the absence of one of the editors of this paper and proceeds to jump on us in great style Under 4 the headline of Hartfords Political r Dictator It devotes nearly a column in a labored but futile effort reflfan has attempted dictatorship Such a thing has been and is as foreign from our aim as an honest belief of such Heraldedand simple Another thing that should shock Republicans is The Heralds fete ed concern about who we Republicans Aatomi ate for President The Idea ol to conscientiously caring whether Taft jr Fairbanks Is nominated Is prep jus As the absent editor pens our residential proclivities we will defer urther response until hIs return next seek However we will add that dmply an expressed opinion of the idltor could not by anyone be taken as dictation FRANK ADMISSION- In a special dispatch in last Sun days CourierJeuraal from Cadiz the following reference IS made to a frank statement from Senator Conn Linn who was one of Mr Beckham8 strong supporters V In this mornings Issue of The Re cord Senator Conn Linn In a lengthy letter addressed to Editor Hen ry R Lawrence explains why he toed for the charge of the rules In the Senate recently by which action the Joom of the county unit bill was virtually sae n this ktcr tt de ins emphatically that be Is lOA the county unit bill but this change f the rules was ncetsary In order to prevent the Ripubllcans with the as sistance of the bolting San ators from patsiog several measures that would have been greatly to the detriment of his constituents and the Pemorotlc party We hardly expected such bold ac knowledgements from the Democrat They should get together on some state ment to the public la some sections of the State attempt IB being made to saddle the defeat of the County Unit Dill on the Republicans as unjust as it may seem Two Tariff Planks The Ohio Republclan convention of March 4 was unanimous for Taft and accordingly adopted the following dee laration A revision of the Tariff by a special session of the next Congress insuring the maintenance of the true principle of Protection by imposing such customs duties as will equal the dif ference between the cost of production at home and abroad together with a reasonable profit to the end that without ecxesslve duties AmerI- can manufacturers farmers produc ers and wage earners may have ade quate Protection The Nebraska Democratic conventioi of March 5 was unanimous for Bran and accordingly adopted the fol lowing Tariff declaration We wel come the belated promise of Tariff reform now offered by a part of the Republican party as a tardy recogni tion of the righteousness of the Democratic position on this question but the people cannot safely Intrust the execution of this important work to a party which Is so obligated to the highest Protected Interests that It postpones relief Until after the elec tion As to the urgent need of Tariff dIs- turbance Taft and Bryan are in perfect accord The election of either Insures an ardent crusade for Tariff reform nut the logic of the situation seems to be with Bryan If the Dingley Tariff is so bad as to require a special session of Congress for its reformation why delay the satisfying of our urgent need until after election If a wholesale ripping up of Tariff schedules would hurt business and it undoubtedly would before election will It not also hurt business after election American Economist Tobacco Tax Repeal Passed House Washington March 14A bill of great Impoiance to the tobacco inter ests of the country was passed unanl mously by the House today Among other things It provides for the rc i naval of the tax of six cents on leaf j tobacco when bought by storekeepers or dealers and to consumers permits storekeepers to buy and sell It as another commodity without paying the tax and abrogates certain rules of the Internal Revenue Bureau which prevent the grocer from selling or delivering his tobacco to consumers by his agents Important Equity Meetings The following public Equity meetin have been arranged at whlchS tate organizer Sharp will attend and address the people Monday March 23at Dundee at night Tuesday March 24 at Concordat night Wednesday March 25 Ralphs Chapel at night Thursday March 26 a Clear Run 10 oclock p m Thursday March 26 Beda at night Friday March 27 Waltons Creek at night Satur day March 28 Prentis 130 p m Sat urday March 28 Goshen at night Monday March 30 Rob Roy at night Tuesday March 31 Ril Jets school hous at night Wednesday April 1 Narrows- at night We especially urge all A S of E people to get busydnd assist In ad vertising the above jnectlngs as we want to discuss natters of vital Importance to all who love peace hap Illness and prosperity everybody in vited M F SHARP State Organizer of A S of E Notice I request those indebted to me by stariulng account to bring about an- allyv settlement ReapII WHAT THE LEGISLA TURE HAS DONE List of Bills of Importance That Have Passed Both Branches of the General Assembly r The following list of bills which hay passed both houses Is not complete as I there are a number of bills of minor Importance which are of a purely local nature The list embraces about all of the most important measures whlcfinave passed both branches The l500000 Normal School bill The Crecellus tobacco bill The new school took bill Sullivan Valkins educational bill Voluntter llrtmen pension bill Louisville school teachers pension billJForty thousand dollars for the StateI FairTwentyfive thousand dollars for the State Board of Health bill Child labor bU- lBar admission bill Juvenile Court bill I Steamboats under Railroad Commls lion bill I i Etcclve for Liuliville Criminal Cot folli j KIM Courthouse bill i Shlkfi monument blllj i Repeal barber law bill j New dentist bill j New printing bill Six thousand dollars repair school of Reform bill- Thirtysix school tax for Louisville bill i Meyers pharmacy bill Confederate pension bill onfederate pension bill Hipartisan board for control of nay lumsBill giving assistants to Attorney General Hub of the Universe In a special feature column of the Louisville Herald our townsman Mr J M Rogers contributes the following Hartford Is about as old as LouIs ville but not quite so large but bet ter In every way to live in We have all of your virtues and none of your vice Our Jail Is nearly always eml ty Moral we have no saloons Ohio Is the pioneer prohibition county In the State Our people are cultured coun teous and social In their Inter course Our officers are all capable and acv icomodatlng Our police are alert but I have nothing to do but draw tlfeir breath and salary I j Hartford is about as nigh the center of the universe as any place yet dls j 12001Democratic seems largely in favor o fTaft at this j j time notwithstanding the Republican came out In war paint for Fairbanks I This is no surprise as the editor has j j not yet recovered from very strenuIous work of ten or twelve the revenue and customs service HeI will be all right when he rests Success toi The Herald- J M ROGEHSI j Notice Is hereby given that by mu i fotlce In writing of C M and C E Smith who now lawn all tile stock of the Hartford PubJ Company a corporation duly organized under the laws of Ken corporationjwound up as speedily as possible The business which said corporation has heretofore couducted will hereafter be conducted under the firm name of Barnett Smith C M BARNETT Pres E SMITH Sec ilt4IC iHARTFORD R R NO2Iromance that has occurred In our neighborhood esterdayiman Steward were quituly married gfat the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs D N Cooper six miles east lot Hartford The ceremony was per- formedj by Rev J R Louis of Hart ford in the presence of this following friends and relatives Mr and Mrs James Henry Likens and little grandson John Berry Likens Mr Mary Felix and children Mr Alvle Gray and children Mrs Nannie Vance and little daughter Mrs Bell Hall Mrs Netter Martin Mr James Cooper and wife Mrs Crocla Klssln I Misses3aryPeach Peach Dessle Wright Lottie Peach Lula Peach Rena Minton Lula Mlnton Ethel Black Etha Schroder Annie Gray Sarrah Phllback Messrs Willie Felix Dave Willie Likens John Phil back Henry Minton Andrew Philback Dency Mlnton Mack Martin The young people have the best wishes of their many friends One Present SMALLHOUS tt March 1GRev Love Beaver Dam tilled his regular appointment at Equality church yesterday He called Supdlrat Equally on that day Mrs J C Bennett isqulte uiat this writ log I Sunday School will begin at the Snallfcous Baptist church the first Sunday in April Mr Owen Hunter went toHartford Sunday and Dundee Monday on a busi ness trip daughtersj tIle guests of Mr and Mrs M P Maddox Sunday Mr Harry Bennett went to Hartford Saturday and Beaver Dam Sunday Messrs J C Drake and Jake Bar nard went to Livermore recently Mr Lewis Fulkerson went to Cen tral Cry Friday and retuurned Sun dayHisses Alice Fulkerson Oma Maddox and Messrs Owen Hunter and Wayne Orcrhuls attended the Eastern Star lodge at C ralvo Saturday p m Mr Roscoe Howell Island Ky was i the guest of relatives at Smallhous Saturday and Sunday Mr Brown Rockport Ky was the guest of relatives near here from Fri day until Sunday of last week Mr Opple Khtinger returned last Wednesday from a trip to Louisville Miss Sallie Hatcher reluurned home today from a visit to her sister Mrs Dutch Brown near EchoU Mr Roy Brown Echols who was the guest of relatives near here returned to his home Sunday Mr Willie Curtis was the guest of sunIdayand Ruby of South Carrollton Ky were the guests of Mrs Sallle Drake and Mrs Opple KittInger several days r cntJyIMiss Flaudle Davis is the guests of Miss Oma IaddoxIMr S E Hunter and Miss Curtis were the guests of Mr Jut j Ross Centertown Saturday night and Sunday j Mrs BillIe Withrow is on the sick listMrs Llzzzie Withrow who has beeni quite sick for some time is some ter r i Official Cail At a meeting of the Republican Committee of the Fourth Congressional District of Kentucky held in the city of ElIzabethtown March 14 100S pursuant to the official call of the Republican National Committee and the Republican State Central Committee of Kentucky and In obedience to the rules governing the Republican organizations of Kentucky the Republican Committee of the Fourth Congressional District of Kentucky now directs that a delegated convention of the representatives of the Repub lican party of the Fourth Congress ional District of Kentucky be held in the city of ElIzabethtown Kentucky In said district at one oclock P M standard time on Tuesday the fifth day of May 1908 for the pur pose of electing one member of the State Central Committee from said District and two district delegates and two alternate delegates to the National Convention of the Repub Illyrnoisfor the purpose of nominating one elector and a candidate for Congress for said District to be voted for at the election to be held November 3rd 1908 The delegates to said convention shall be selected by county mass conventions to be held at the county seat in each county In saId district at one oclock P M standard time on Saturday April 25 1908 One delegate shall be elected for each one hundred votes or fraction thereof amounting to fifty or over cast for the Republican electors In such county at the Presidential election in 1904 The form of voting at said county mass conventions for said delegates shall be viva voce The number of delegates to said district convention apportioned to each of the various fOIIlowsBreckenridge 24 Bullltt 6 Grayson 22 Green 12 Hardin 17 Hart 18 LaRue 9 Marlon 12 Meade 8 Nelson 13 Ohio 31 Taylor 11 Washington 14 Total number of delegates 197 Necessary to choice 99 M L HEAVRIN Chmn M W BARNES Sec T BEAVER DAM March 18Rev A B Gardner fill ed his regular appointment here Sun day morning and night Miss Mary Hardwick who has been attending the MardI Gras at New Or leans and visiting friends at Russell ville has returned home Mrs Ben G Threlkel of Bowling Gredn Is visiting Mrs C P Austin for a few days Miss Pansy Stevens who has been daYSjhIlSMr F L Sanderfur the revenue man Is at home for a few days Mr and Mrs G W Brunton of Wil tams Mines spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs O P Brunton Messrs K V Williams arid J W Coopernre in Louisvillepurchasing the spring gouda for the Beaver Dam Dry Goods Co Miss Margaret Baker IB In Louis villa purchasing the millinery stock for V M Stewart i Co whir the i ROYALi iBakinu Powder The oily Baking Powder made witk Royal Grape ream of Tartar made from grapes andIeveryhomeevery Safeguards y wr food against aid aid pkosphate of lime will be the coming season Mr S B Van Meter of Central City spent Sunday with his family here Misses Nell and Jessie Chauvan spent Sunday in Central City Mr Clarence Ashby of McHenry spent Sunday In town Mr T H Loyd of Actnaville Is spending a few days In town Mr J P Chapman has sold his stock of groceries to Mr S T Mason who will continue to do business I at the same place Mr Mann has al- so purchased the Mr J R Williams traded his house IrjEford and Beaver Dam pike They will exchange at once a CLEAR RUN proipraerIi Mrs Edgar Leach is sick I Mr David Kirk and Miss Hattie Bartlett both of Barnetts Creek eloped j to Tenn Friday 1 Miss Mallnda Smith of Taffy visited friends here few days last week j Mr J H Thavls and family of the Washington neighborhood visited the j family of Mr McKellne Murray Saturday night and SundayIMr James Hicks who has been very III mor some time from an ulcer i growing on his eyes Is no better t Dr Taylor of Hartford preformed an operation on his eyes last Friday butt he is still very IIIIMr T C Park and family Miss Dora and Hattie Stewart Mrs Jim Barjj tlett and children visited the family of i JMr C M NewcomSunday The surprise birthday dinner ct Mr A E Stewarts last Thursday was quite a success Those present repor ted a pleasant time Mr Bud Crowe of Owensboro has moved into the house with his fath erInlaw Mr Hardin Hoagland of this placeI ther Alrnle were the guests of Miss Ima I and Alton Paris Sunday- Mrs Bill Hoover of Barnetts Creek mumpsILeisure of Washington visiting friends here IMI James Evenly and family of I the Washington neighborhood were the guests of Mr Harvle Smith Taffy Sunday Mr David Meadows has perchased him a fine horse from Mr Edgar Leach BUFORD March 18Mr J V Taylor and Mrs Mary Kelly visited Mr John Mld iff of kAdaburg Saturday and Sun day Mr Johnson Wlggington is able to be out again He has been very sick with la grippe and lung trouble Mr Hugh RIchIson visited Mr Joe Thomasson at HefKn Saturday night and Sunday Mr Hackett Henry of Maxwell at tended Sunday school here Sunday Mr A E Ellis of Hartford was in our town Saturday Messrs Luther King and Clifton Hoover of Clear Run were here Tues dayMrs Mattie Turner Is visiting her brother Mr George Hudson and wife this week at Dada vMrs uto Eosterday nnd daughter Effie of Beda was In our town Tues dayMr Clayton Morgan of Greenville Is visiting his Bister Mies Mollie Nor gad Aunt Mary Bell basrbeumatise ttewnflMi Monier Tuner And 1 yw G W Yewell went to Owensboro Monday returning Tuesday Mr J S ChInnof Beda visited his sister Mrs Mary Newton one day last weekMiss Hayle Cundiff and Mr Owen Magan were qultely married in Hartfor by the Rev O M Shultzat his residence the llth of this month It was quite a surprise to the community Mrs Cundlff was in Owensboro at the time 4 Our Sunday school is improving we had a good attendance Sunday Only One Favors Night Riding Mayfield Ky March 16At a mass meeting today of 500 farmers belongs Ing to the Graves County Dark To bacco Association all with the exception of one grower voted in favor of public condemnation of night riding The dissenting man rose at the next call and said that he was in favor of 1 night riding under existing conditions Resolutions were drawn at the meeting In which the present lawlessness was condemned In forceful words Meeting will be called for next Sat urday night at every schoolhouse in the county when expressions of opinion on the night riding will be announced y HERBERT March liRev Breer pastor of the Presbyterian church at HaynesvIHe preached at Panther creek church Sunday night and spent the night with Mr Dud Haynes Mr Arthur Ford has accomplished quite a feat in the way of water sup plies having piped water from a spring two or three hundred yards dis tance into his residence thence into hIs horse 101IMr Sam Haynes Fordsvllle was In l this place several days last week f Mrs ObenchaIn is slowly improving Miss Mabel Miller went to Whites yule yesterday enroute to Fordsvlllo to visit Mr ann Mrs J P Gllmore Mrs Amanda Stewart and daughter J i Beulah visited relatives at Pellville yesterdayMr Mrs R M Miller visited Mrs Millers parents Mr and Mrs Charles W Phillips Sunday Miss Mary Chambers visited In Ow ensboro Saturday and Sunday Robert and Christopher StewartHer bert and Ernest Burdett ami Myrtle Burdett attended a leap year party at PelLvllle Saturday night Mr Jessie Swopes new residence Is nearing completion attttatatttt Does Your Heart Beat tDoesror bad blood YQukriow good blood is good healthy I bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to bloodAyersShrsaparilla yearsOnesluggish liter Thu iiuUiicn eaiuclpttlon rmou bloodZcepfnsbowatotwnwllhArettINIb au tr byroAo w1tru I I orLi 1 M r nrthuhtnr r j tf I t rr I THAT RIM owlDRESSES THEN GET YOU AFFORD lsrusYOJ 13U TER BRow I know that nutty wish to build their dresses suit themselves For those who do we have heaps splendid seasonable material Do not believe we make the following prices on Ness goods that the qualityis Hot good Endless variety in all the new Spring I Woolens in Fancies Plain Mohairs Vuilesj Panamas from 2cc to 1 a yard New Spring Silks for Suits and Waists from 49c to 1 per yard- Beautiful plain white and fancy 2c 50c Lovely lino of Persian Lawns India from 5c to 35c per yard Extra quality yardwide Black Silk flSc Pretty Persian and Fancy Trimming for all the Suitings Beautiful Val Laces Bund Trimmings Etc for Wash It will pay you to investigate our Piece Goods department The and style will interest you GO 1 i SCHROADER It SPECIAL CASH PRICE LIST FOR THIS WEEK 1 1 bushel of fancy eating po tatoes 100 9 pounds pure lard 100 18 lbs best granulated sugar 100 1 pound best ground pepper 20c 5 gallons standard coal oil 70c 6 pounds Arbuckle Coffee 100 1 peck fine eating apples 50c 1 gallon guaranteed pure New Orleans molasses 75c 0 cakes fine laundry soap 25c 6 boxes Capitol matches 25c I Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 20 Ha Illinois Central rial I roariTuie Table North Bon nil hull Is UlMIIK- jNoUtiiiitflliSlHNo182 dim CU a in I- nNo171dueltaOpm No Itlldne211pw- Nole2dueNBpai No lilt diicS2A i in iAttend our big SALE CARSON CO We will continue to buy eggs- CARSON CO Bring your country produce to TL t Royal Hartford Ky Royal the groceryman will appreciate i your trade For Sale Four work mules apply t tSv Crumes Roslno Ky The freshestGroceries are found at I T L Royals Hartford Ky 6tl have Just received 40 boiUJ of IweMatting for sale CARSON CO a The Hartford Mill Co has a lot bi- 1verjine brick to sell also pure lead and oil of f Whypar morel Buy at Barnard Vcb8 get better goods for less money l n MrMJ Elgin Is still quite 111 at the popto of his father Rev Virgil- Elgin city- Mt IIYO lIw U flnei lots of bargain at our store during our big said j i CARSON CO surprtsedMrsit EbukeTueadnyeveningwith a ktkTI cir 4 katav j I1L L r S REsoLYD ecoivowyi o c E 1F Y OVWISHTO MAK E YOUR COOP MATtRI ALS GIN TO tllFURNISIt VOur SI We toI Linens to Linens Woolen rubrics prices COS hog 6t4 6t4 our 7 packages Jumbo bluing 25c 1 doz cans best sugar corn 90c 3 Ibs fine prunes 25c 1 barrel best patent flour 575 I barrel straight patent flour 540 3 glasses pure honey 25c 6 cans oil sardines 25c 3 cans best salmon 25c We are headquarters for all kinds pricesI ISave your grocery orders for T L Royal GU Telephone your rush orders for Groceries to No Ill and I will do the rest James Lyons Remember the data of our sale commencing Saturday February 29 CAROSN CO Sheriff R D Martin returned last Saturday from a few days visit to Louisville Bring your Eggs and Butter to James Lyons and receive highest mar ket prices Mrs John Wesley Taylor left last Saturday to join her husband at Leltchfleld Messrs J Thomas Allen Roslne and R Davis Beda were among our callers Monday I Dr T D Renfrew and family re turned last Saturday from a few days Visit to relatives at Dundee Mrand Mrs DE Thomas 16ft Monday for Dawson Springs where Mr Thomas goes for his health All orders for Grocers given to Mr A E Pate will have our prompt and careful attention James Lyons Messrs L H Render Beaver Dam I Kinder Taffy and W L Shaver East Beaver Dam were among our callers Tuesday Misses Jessie and Bessie Raley returned Tuesday from a few days visit to tnelr parents Mr and Mrs C E Raley Roslne OPportunlty monerIour CAN cdi + t For Rush Park unrivaled garden seedI ee U S Carson C F Vissmnn Bacon and Lard constantly on hand at U S Carsons Miss Lillie Miller Cromwell Is the guest of her sister Mrs Ira Bean All orders for groceries will be promptly filled and delivered on appll cation to U S Carson Be sure to see our battings and Jarpets during our sale CARSON CO Will be glad to have you call whether you buy or notJames Lyons We are going to seal a lot of good Merchandise at matchfisu prices CRSON CO Messrs A M er West Hartford and C B I1 vjil West Hartford were amonr ovr v ilcra yesterday V O H Barakat l tMonday for ouville and other Eastern mark sets to buy spring goods Mr W H Barnes of the law firm of Barnes and Anderson Is In Knoxville Tenn on legal business Mr J H B Carson of the firm of Carson Co is In the Eastern mar kets buying goods for his store Post master M L Heavrin Is build ing an extension to his building in which the post office Is located Messrs C A Lindley and John Bell Pt Pleasant and State Organizer of the A S of E M F Sharp Narrows were among our callers Wednesday Call on Moore Crabtree for North ern Early Rose Burbank and Early Ohio Seed Potatoes Onion Sets and Garden Seeds 342 Dont you think It would bo good judgment for you to buy your Car pets Mattings Embroideries and Laces from Carson Col Misses Florence Jones and Pearl Thomas were the guests of Miss Jones parents Rev and Mrs F G Jones at Drakesboro returning Monday Miss Ruth Hammond Horton who I has been out of college for the past few weeks on accourt of the death of her father will enter school again next Monday Messrs J B Morris J D Halloway and Ron Morris Roslno and F A Shaver of the No Creek neighborhood were among our callers last Saturday Mr FM Westerfleld and family left Monday for Little Rock Ark wher they will make their future home They have many friends here who re gret to lose them In announcing the death of Mr Warner Martin last week we inadvertently stated that his remains were Interred at Liberty when we should have said Od Bethel Sheriff R B Martin took Fego Mor rlswho was convited of disturbing pub lie worship at the recent term of cir cuit court to the Eddyvllle peniten tiary Monday returning Tuesday R R RIley has been appointed agent for a highclass Life Insurance Company If you want life Insurance at a reasonable cots see him at the First National Bank Hartford Ky Judge R R Wedding Informs us that Mr Walter F Kennedy a soldier I In the Spanish American war has been granted a pension He was ill of typhoid fever during his service and has never completely recovered Messrs R D Walker R E Lee Sim merman E G Barrass and C E Smith attended the Elks lodge at Owensboro of which they are mem bers last evening A class of fifteen were initiated into the order and a banquet to the members was served We will not bother you with solic- Itors calling on you for orders but if you will telephone or call and give us your orders for groceries we will guarantee you satisfaction save you money and deliver the goods prompt ly Schroader Co All persons who yet have tobacco on hand who Intend to deliver at the Hartford Tobacco Warehouse are earnestly requested to bring same as early as possible Money on February dark tobacco is now ready call and re ceive same On Monday of this week we re ceived through the mall an article ta ken from the CourierJournal signed B F ClIpt Nothing accompanied It to Indicate who sent It If the party who furnished it will write us a note so stating we will consider the advisa bility of publishing It We never pub lish anything unless the name of the contributor Is unknown to us While at work on the railroad near Smaljhous Wednesday Mr C D Sul lenger happened to a very painful ac cident by having his hand struck with a sledge hammer Just how the ace dent occurred has not been reported But It resulted In slcbinjuryip Mr Sul longer s fingers that one the ring finger had to be amputated bra Pen leton and Riley performed the operation II C Miss LillIe Ward left the first of theweek for Artesla New Mexico who she will be the guest of her sister thesutuAmos Miller a very highly respected citizen living about two miles West of Hartford dropped dead yesterday at 1 oclock p m He had made a trip to Williams Mines and to Hartford during the day and had just returned from the latter place and entered his home His death Is supposed to have been superinduced by paralysis of the heart His Interment will to have been superinduced by paraly sis of the heart His interment will take place tomorrow at the family burial plot near his home Mrs RIley Felixdidtthe home of her ton Mr James Felix of Hart ford at 720 oclock Tuesday night af ter several weeks Illness of a com conplication of troRbles After funer al services conducted by Rev R D Bennett her remains were Interred at the Black cemetery Wednesday at 2 sovenItyIn the county She was a sister of Mr D C Black and of the late J W Black who died a few years ago while Jailer of the county She is survived by ninny relatives and friends u Fori Cash Only Saturday March 21 you can find these bargains at Cleve Ilers GrocerrI dOZjG21bs Roasted Coffee 25 iplba Best Granulated Sugar 100 G Cans liic Salmon 60 1 Cgal 011 can and Oil 115 2 packages of garden seed 05 1 dozen lemons IS Eggs and good Butter taken same as cash No Action Taken in Acreage Limit According to previous appointment representatives of the tobacco growers met at the court house last Saturday to receive reports on the acreage pledge proposition There was not a very large crowd In attendance but 1111CII Interest was manifest But i few locals were ready to report hav lug not had time to make a thorough Canvass After general discussion of the various phases of the proposition is was decided to let the matter rest just where It stands until the regular meeting of the County Union and every one In whose hands pledges have becii 1 laced were requested to hold them without further canvassing until that time In view of the fact that Davless county has refused to limit the acreage this year there Is a sentiment In fa vor ofan unlimited acreage in Ohio county This would make but lltlte difference here as but few Ohio coun ty farmers care to raise more than 10000 hills I Notice to Republicans Persuant to the direction of the Re publican State central Committee the time for holding precinct masscomI ventions to elect members of the coun ty committee Is changed from March 7th to May 2nd 1908 It Is therefore ordered that the Republicans of Ohio county Assemble at their several voting places at 1 oclock on Saturday May 2 1908 for the purpose of select Ing members of the county executive committee M S RAGLAND Cumn By J M DEWEESE Sec FOR SALE The Fordsville College Hall at Fordsville Ky a large twostory frame building with one and onehalf acre of land with a guaranteed title will be sold cheap if sold at once For further particu lars write to Aug Stampe Box 283 Washington Mo Epworth League Program Sunday March 22 SongPrayer Scripture Mark 1 2128J Ney Foster leader Business of the Church Judge GlennSong What the church offers to the child Mrs C M Barnett Power of PrayerR11 Tlnsley Reading of Psalm 40 Miss Katie Thomas Discussion of Luke 2 4252Miss- Annie Patton Songi Dismissed Fnrs Wanted Furs Dealersand trappers will make mon ey by shipping their Furs to us Sell direct to imtnufacturers Over forty years In business No commission charged Highest Market Prices and prompt returns Isaac Rosenbaum Sons 321325 East Market St Louis vllle Ky r r 0 Ie A Stock That i- I Blossoms With Beauty I 7 clothingStockblossoms with beauty iit Schwabs 15 and 20 Specials iwe are exclusive distrib = g QdesignsS dressed 5 lOur Dress Goods always of the newest weaves and made by the many styles we show on our fashion sheets are 0 costumes of beauty Give us i look We will he pleased to aIyou make a selection u Shoes and Oxfords The latest styles in abundance c i Give our Shoe Department a vis I yourfeet y Specials This Week I- AnI assortment of real Linens Lace and Insertion all the yard We have many othergs i things that it will pay you to see So we bid you come Respy I BARNARD CO Hartford K- yDISt111gu1Shed I I Arrivals We refer to the ar rival of our smart Spring Suits They t are on handjust- j landedand we want I you to see them The more particular yourImore you will enjoy look ing at these master pieces of the Tailors Art Every detail in cut making and trimming shows plainly the excel lence of our Spring Suits Our prices will at once convince you that we are a fair house to do bus iness with We be gin the good work at 10 for a splendid Wool Suit and give you plenty of chan ces for suit satisfac tion before we end up at 20 Every one a bargain every one an exceptional value They must be seen and examined to be fully appreciated Come and see I CARSON COIncorporated Hartford Ky Jfn 1c J rti II I I j = A MESSAGE FROM- FARAWAY MARS Tclsa Has Hopes Though Wallace Says There is No One to Answer Dr Russell Wallace having read Prof Powells book set to work immediately to reply to Itand In a little volume entitled Is Mars Habitable he has made out what appears to be a very good case for the theory that It Is Impossible life as we understand on Mars But may not life as we do not understand It exist Why should not the people who Inhabit worlds other than this earth of ours be totally different from us and yet human beings Even In form the In habitants of Mars may be unlike the Inhabitants of earth and yet be capa ble clever Intellectual and In every respect equal to us mentally and phys icallyNot content with letting It go at that Tesla announces that he has devised a means of sending a wireless telegraphic message to Mars If he Is successful we shall presum ably settle once and for all the ques tion as to whether this muchdiscuss ed planet Is really Inhabited Dut It would be most Interesting to know what It Is which MTesla purposes to send and In what language It might for a com make an amusing subject petition to write replies to the ques tion How would you address the Martians for the first time Dut supposing the wireless message to ar rive and a presumably reply paid to be received what surprises are In stor for us It will surely be an exciting moment when 01 Tesla flies his 800 000000 horsepower message from earth to olars1t he ever does OAS TO JILJ ABeaii the- Siguturr c the Kind You Hm Always Bought A New Seedless Pear Albert I Mason a Washington or chardist claims to have produced a seedless and coreless pear The core less apple is no longer a wonder and the seedless orange has been thorough established Sir Mason has a tree six years old that bore 300 pounds of the fruit last sason The pears are of the size of the Bartlett of deep yellow and delicate flavor The flesh Is fi nely grained solid and altogether we here have a novelty that cannot fall to commend itself to fruit growers an fruit consumers Progress Made in the Study of Kentucky Forests Kentucky is making good progress in movement for the preservation of the forests of the state In 190G the legislature enacted the law providing for the State Doard of Agriculture Fores try and Immigration During the following winter the Board asked and re celved the cooperation of the United States Forest Service In a study of the forest conditions of the state The work was begun last summer and the Inves tigations of a considerable area of land In the eastern part of the state com pleted At the third annual meeting of the Kentucky Farmers Institute at Frankfort in February the subject of forestry was discussed with an inter est which promises for Kentucky a high place among the other progressive states which are looking to the careful use and conservation of forest resour cesThe manner In which the forestry problem has been approached Indicate that the people of Kentucky realize that the ultimate solution of the im pending timber scarcity must for the farmer depend largely on how he handles his Individual timber resource and that there is no better way than for him to consider the woodlot as a bank account using the interest which is constantly accruing but leav ing the capital undiminished Much education work however will be need ed to secure this desirable end A bill has been Introduced in the legislature providing for the appointmcn of a State Forester The wisdom of this Is evident since only by the appointment of a state forester can the work begun In cooperation with the Forest Service be maintained and car ried to a successful conclusion Until such time however as the state of Kentucky is ready to assume the manage ment of its own forest problems the National Service is willing and anxtou to cooperate in every way possible for the furtherance of forestry among private owners in Kentucky In the co operative Investigations of forest re sources now In progress the govern ment has agreed to apportion a sum equal to the 2000 appropriated by the state making a toal of 4040 avail able for work During tho past summer the study has exhausted 2 300 of this amount leaving 1700 with which to continue Investigations this season Kentucky has always been rich In forest resources but like many other states she has reached the place where A the timber is produced on a continu ally decreasing scale and It Is necessary to protect and use carefully the forests which remain In 1899 Ien tucky cut 734000000 board feet of hardwood lumber In 190C the cut had fallen to 615000000 board feet a decreas of over IGf per cent In the past eight years In the same perjod the cut of yellow poplar has fallen off over 3t per cent This reduction Is In spite It the fact that during the same time prices of hardwood have advariccd OH average of 20 cent and the demand has increased accordingly These flgu res mean that Kentucky which is one of the chief hardwood producing states in the union and is still the first state In the production of yellow poplar has a rapldy diminishing suppy of timber Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with local applications as they can not reach the seat of the disease Cat arrh is a blood or conatltutlontl dis ease and in order to cure it must must take Internal remedies Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken enternally and acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces Halls Catarrh is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this country for years and Is a regular prescription It Is composed of the best tonics known combined with the best blood purifiers acting directly on the mucous surfaces The perfect combination of two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curlngCatarrh Send for testimo nials free F J CHENEY S CO Props To ledo 0- Sold by Druggists price 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation m Condensed Knowledge- A rubber tree 4 feet in diameter yields twenty gallons of sap making 40 pounds of dry India rubber Ninetythree per cent of the theore tical heat of coal is wasted and only 50 per cent of the heat of oil Germanys twentyone universities have an enrollment of 27000 students under the care of 2000 professors England spends 40000000 per year for eggs and poultry for onehalf of which she is dependent on foreigners The Infant death rate of the fashion able end os London is 11 per cent while that of the East End is 3S per centNo bird can fly backward without turning the dragon fly however can do this and can outstrip the swallow inspeedA of clothes which will float the wearer In case of accident at sea has been patented by a Norwegian InventorThe hole In the world has been bored In Silesia It has reached a depth of about 7000 feet and passes through eightythree beds of coal A German technical journel has gon to the trouble of estimating that the water of the whole ocean contains in solution over 2000000 tons of pure silverThe sanctuary of the tomb of the Prophet Mahomet at Medina Turkey is to be lighted with electricity The contract has just been given to an English construction company Tile development of the watercress growing industry in Dorset England is enormous One farm alone employs forty persons In picking packing and preparing the cress for the market The City of Berlin has appropriated 12500 toward the fund for combating turberculosis to be named in honor of I Dr Robert Koch About 40000 lira been subscribed from private sources The artificial cultivation of snails is an extensive and flourishing industry In France no less than 2500000 pound of this succulent delicacy as Frenci men consider Itbeing consumed an nuallyTh tiny stromy petrel is a bird of Immemc wing power it belongs to every Eea and although so seemingly frail it easily breasts furious storms Petrels have been observed 2000 miles from the nearest land Foremost among the mineral etc which Russians regard as the Eoum of Siberias future wealth are goldiron coking coal mangenese copper platinum salt rock salt and in all probability naphtha The world contains at least four mountains composed of almost solid iron ore One is in India and a fourth in Africa just below the Sadan and there have been reports of such a mountain existing in Siberia Yejlow Jacket Stingers Bryan would sober down If elected says Railway Magnate Ingalls But thats poor consolation for the country which wants a sober man to start withThe fellow who contends that the Industrial and financial tight is a reason why the Democratic party should be elected this fall needs bor ing for the simples How would you enjoy a kiss of sev en minutes duration asks a contem porary Gee Buck That would be most as bad as a Democratic adminis trationThe Denver convention hall Is said to be sufficient to seat 12500 peoplel exclaims a Democratic paper In othe words the hall Is big enough to hold 1 about all the Bryan voters In the country Bryan says that he considers the election of former Governor Bradley of Kentucky as United States Senator a great misfortune and It Is to the Bryan party But the partys loss will be Kentuckys gain If Uncle Joe Cannon should be the Republican nominee CoU Bryan will have the chance of getting a good deal closer to an actual engagement than when he formed his free silver regiment and started to the war in Cuba He will be up against the real thing and no mistake Government ownership I Wont It b glorious though And every rail road official to be elected by the people Just think of ltl There will be the engineers and conductors and even the porters on the trains to be nominated and elected when we get Bryanlsm Why In the Sum Hill dont you hollereWould Bryan drop out if a Parker plurality should lilt him asks the St Louis Globe Democrat Not much he wouldnt Bryan is one of those fellows who can wear a complacent look at his own funeral EIght hun dred thouusand votes nothing to make Billy look blue Not on your tin type Timber For Sale Eightyfive acres In Clear Run neighborhood on what is known as the Perry Kirk farm Will receive sealed bids untill March Gth 190S noon Bids will be opened in Herald office Hartford yK I reserve the right to reject any and all bids S L KING 913 Hartford Ky The Louisville TimesIs the invest afternoon paper published anywhere It prints the news right up to the minute Four or more editions every flay The regular price of The Times Is 5 a year but you can get th- eHartford Republican AND TH- ELouisville Times Both One Year FOR 500SIX MONTHS 250 If you will send your order to this pa perNOT to the Times Who Will Be President This is a Presidential year and ever man must read to keep posted on politics The CourierJournalHENRY Is a Democratic Newspaper but IL prints the news as it develops One dollar a year is the price of the Weekly Courier Journal BUT YOU 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Indigestion causes the stomach teI tzpand swell and puff up against heart This crowds and Interferes with its action and In the course II time the heart beComes diseased i Kodol For Dyspepsia digests what you eat takes the strata of of the heart and contributes nourishment strength and health to every organ of the body For Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Inflammation membranes lining the Stomach and Diges tive Tract Nervous Dyspepsiaand Catarrh of the StomachJ- UIreat1n6 tnrfood would distress m brnnldB wlkIuncLIT I DyspepsiaCurei a KAUBL Nevada a Digests What You Eat aMTf laalantla I I uteea ktltk I llf f rtl U I InMr7rCIJeWI SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS JAMES C BENNETT 10 fox 125 llnrtford Ic- yLICENSED AUCTIONEERWill erty in Ohio county Terms reasona ble Your patronage soli- citedSuffering Will Not Help Your Disease but Will Weaken Your Nerves Folks who think It Is better to bear pain than soothe Itare wrong Oldfashioned doctors used to say It was better because they had nothing with which to ease pain but dangerous heartparalyzing drugs But now that a sate remedy has been found Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills It Is wrong to suffer for nothing can be gained but weakened nerves A sate rule to remember is When la pain take an AntiPain Pill This will soothe your quivering nerves Dr Miles AntiPain pms relieve pain by restoring the natural secretions It which they differ from opium and lira liar narcotic drugs which relieve pals by checking the action of the glands They are sure and harmless Aid are the latest medical treatment for the cure of Headache Neuralgia Backache Rheumatism Dizziness Toothache Stomachache Menstrual Monthly Pains Also nerve Irritations like Sea Sickness Car Sickness Sleeplessness Indigestion etc Pleasant to take quick In results AntiPaInPillshave received the best results I hear proptltlesJa backIfin bulk FREE IIackacreRemedyforSpecialist win diagnose your casehteUyou what le wrong and how 90LADORATOlUE8 oblalnecllQaUoountrl edrerWhemthwyugWTatourerpene 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practice and to collection Office In old Republican building on Center street JNO B WI SON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD ICY Special attention given to collections making abstracts lc also Notary Public for Ohio county Office north side public square R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal pensionsJac runtyOffice M L HKAVHIN KIINKST WOOD WA1U HEAVRIN WOODWARD G Otf O CI egee w HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention giv en criminal practice and collections Of fice next door to Bank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in all uSi Courts of OhU and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Also Notary Public Office over First National Bank WH BARNES 8 ANDERSOn BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY theyhavetice of Law In all courts State and Fed eral with offices south side of Main street opposite Court House Hartford Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W II BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE MIS SUSIE MAYA graduate of Owensboro City Hos pital has located in I HARTFORDAnd will answer calls at all times Residence East Union street Hom9aphone No 137 ROCURCD AND DEFENDED Scndmodd ereporhYrreCOUNTRIESIywlrrr Sitar many and efttntkifaint Wei and Infringement Practice ExdulrelrIor tOme UU IU Math Btmt try vu4 IUtM fiUnt Offlct WASHINGTON D C e AReliableRemedy ilys Cream Balm Ie qulcklblorbed- Clvel Relief at Once n cleanses soothes protectsthe tromCalarrh theHead atnuL jl FEVERYLUlU anUllm ell 50 cts fDr centsElyBrothers 1 ELECTRIC DITTEIIS II Uk CATARRH ilIedlclaNNe Ia ht1131tNi J J y v i ln 1 i Mrr i w i 11 00 YOU KNOW t Some Thingsfarmers Should Know r But Do They i SOME THINGS IF FARMERS DO KNOW THEY KNOW WHAT TO DO ABOUT THEM PROF S B DOUDNA CAMDUIDQBO DO YOU KNOW That farmers are hardup because they sell too low DO YOU KNOW That they dont get over seven or eight cents per hour for labor above investment while other laborers average two or three times as much DO YOU KNOW That a farmer ought to have as much for an hours labor as any other man gets for aim liar services and that nobody could fairly object if he did DO YOU KNOW That for the loaf of bread that feeds the world the farm er gets approximately one cent and the miller and baker four and that he contributes more value to the finish ed product than both of them and that most other products are divided in similar proportion DO YOU KNOW That It Is almost an industrial crime to thus take the fruits of his service and that all wlU repent of it in sackcloth and ash es socner or later DO YOU KNOW That agriculture is the Divinely ordained occupation of man and that it carries most bless ings if given a fair chance DO YOU KNOW That low prices and discrimination is causing the boys and girls and hired help to leave the farm for the city and that while a few climb up there the majority go down to vice and ruin iu there by bringing unquenchable evil to the rice canstopthistime and that to do this you must make the farm more profitable and attractiveDO KNOW That the best way to do this is to get more for what you sell through systematic price making and marketing which can only be ac complished by concerted action and organization producers prices and make the supply conform thereto and that you could do this same thing with more ease than any of them it you would try DO YOU KNOW That the saying that farmers cant stick together is a fabrication and a scraecrow circu lated mostly by speculators to keep you from trying to unionize DO YOU KNOW That great news papers and commercial magnates and syndicates will discourage all your ef forts to cooperate because they know R will spoil their game and keep them from piling up fortunes on the differences between what you get and what you ought to have DO YOU KNOW That you are sinning away your day of grace selling your birthright for a mess of pottage by thus allowing them to dominate andI keep you downIDO YOU KNOW That the socall ed law of supply and demand no longer regulates your prices but that itI has been strangled to death by specu lators at the other end of the line and that It there was such a law It would do you little good so long as you follow the false practice of putting a whole years supply upon a one months demand Instead of feeding ItIout as the world needs it DO YOU KNOW That with about half the voters of the state youI havent a single legislator committed primarily to your interest and that therefore ninetyfive per cent of the farmers never know that a legislative cyclone io brewing till is hits them DO YOU KNOW That one dollar each per year would make an organ ization and put a lobby at the gates of legislation that would keep tab on 1tho indicator and get quick action andI thereby do you more real good In aI short time than a whole generation of kicking and cussing and growling at long range after the thing has passIed over you I DO YOU KNOW That farmers organizations have mostly failed to accomplish full results because they hay bitched to the wrong end of the loadI namely they have tried to pull peoples prices down instead of lifting theirs up while successful organizations have adopted the opposite courseDO YOU KNOW That societies in many parts are now starting on the right course and are winning out and that the Amerltan Society of Equity of Indianapolis Indiana is on the right track and is leading all of them in the movement for national organization and that the principles It Is voicing will soon make a new life for the farmers atAmerica If ho will give it a little push right now DO YOU KNOW That Some able men have started this movement along and are willing to sacrifice time and i money for its proper promotion to the k glorious end that all people may finally rejoice in greater prosperity and Jfldre general equity and that they are not going to let It die unless the farmers starve It out by failure to ex tend a helping hand I The American Society ofEquityI f INDIANAPOLIS IND I T h After Twentynine Years For twentynine years I have been att intervals a great sufferer from rheumatism writs James Hydeof Beebe Ark During that lime I us ted gallons of various kinds of llnl ments and oils but got very little rrgUef The attacks were so bad that I was often confined to my bed help lesa Ipr Veek1vand months at a time Not long ago while suffering from s severe tackoa sample bottle of J 1 iI Mti t 1 i r Sloans Liniment was lint to me fo trial My surprise was great when found that It gave me instant relief r largobottlese one fiftycent bottle nnd feel so well that I want everybody afflicted as I was to know what Soans Liniment has done for me and I shall always have a feeling of gratitude for the man who sent me the sample bottle An OldFashion Republican Above the chorus of Idolatorstoad les and parasites that acclaim and fulfill the commands of the Universal Boss rises a brave and refreshing note the voice so rare in these days of Byzantine subservience and flattery of an oldfashioned Republican William OConnell Bradley just elected a Senator in Congress from Kentucky was a Republican Presidential elector and candidate for Congress while Thao dore Roosevelts now world bestriding legs were yet In knickerbockers Mr burIdenHe has fought for his party and been honored by it for more than a gen eration He has seen how in the border and debatable States as well InrluIencedisgust of those of Its voters who have a political Ideal higher than the hog trough He was himself the first choice of the Kentucky Republicans for President in 1596 He has not been accustomed nor we believe can the majority of Kentucky Republicans bo accustomed to have the candidate for President imposed upon them from Washington by means of the Federal placemen To these and their patrons Mr Bradley makes hits mingled warn ing and profihecy The Republican Federal officeholders of the State Kentucky with few exceptions are banded organized and earnestly laboring to carry the State for Mr Taft Should they succeed they will lead the party to another defeat I sincerely hope that the Republicans of Kentucky will rebuke these self constituted masters and see to it that the boys In the tranches and the peo ple 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 I Is entitled to elect his candidate for President without dictation or fear I from any source high or Jow Mr Bradleys own candidate Is Mr Fairbanks but he believes that Hugh or Cannon Is likewise able to carry Kentucky Mr Taft cant Yet the vote of Kentucky at the Republican national convention is already claimed and counted for Tart by his managers Will Kentuckyrespond to this appeal for fair play to all candidates and for a genuine and independent choice by the Republican voters Or will the the Kentucky Republicans consent to bo cheated out of their rights by Federal servants made their masters New York Sun A Protectionists Protest Mayor Reyburn of Philadelphia has refused to allow his name to bo considered in making up the delegation- of Pennsylvania for the Republican convention at Chicago He has represented his State for several terms in the Congress and stands as one of the wayhe states the case In his con I indorse the methods that have been adopted at the White House for making the next President This Is the way he states the casein his condition of the methods of the Adminis tration I assume that the Chicago convention will adopt resolutions In dorsing the Administration of the President In Its entirety I could not lend my approval to any such Indorsement without stultifying myself 1 do not approve of the attitude of the Presi I i dent on the tariff He has endeavored- to undermine the Tariff wherever he could I believe that the Tariff should be safeguarded rather than under mined We need not only a Protective Tariff but confidence In those mto are In charge of affairs In assuml this attitude I do not consider for a moment that I surrender my Republicanism In the slightest degreeWor cester Telegram Where Would he Get the Fifty Cents Donf you know a Democratic antiProtective Tariff orator was arguing to an IrishAmerican whom he was endeavoring to convince that you are paying too much for everything you buy You have paid Protec tive Tariff prices for your coat and your shdes and everything you have How much did you pay for that capSix shillings With FreeTrade you could get as good a one for halt a dollar That may bet replied Pat but I remember when we had FreeTrade I was out of work Sure where would I get the fifty cents This story isnt an argument against Tariff revision Itts an argument against the kind ot Tariff revision which would diminish the demand for American labor Rutland Vt Herald rI I EquityI GERBERfRoman Km sublime tho comprehensiveness and directness re qulsltd to glue It authority as a univer sal religion in few but convinc ling wOrllsIt laid down the principles of and of Ulvlno It donned the nature and defined the sane termsItand denounced without fearthn favorite washumbloall Its forms refrained from all Intcrfcrcncs with established gOvern- ments and presented many now mid con soling truths with great force n would speaktoPlace at once In the work of the future greatmuilitdesmany whose minds recoiled from the vices crimes and skepticisms of the joyItthe ambitions the Injustice and the love of luxury that werff prevalent In thatage and that were most distinctly uo man It was persecuted with tho great est vigor for hundreds of years but 1t1wonsocietyThe Itsbenignended a disgust at the atrocious crimes so prevalent In that and established a new standard of judgment In tho com munlty Christianity created a purer moral Rome even while larbnrltyclaimed among nations who knew no whoseitholIllollsofand prldo of place and power It Is not tosallthecustoms and thoughtscontrast prevu lent In these times The most sensual lllrltllnlIty ness and forbearenco It recognized as equals the great and tho solid the Ignorant and the wise the bond and the freeFor all those causes Christianity was slow In penetrating and mould ing the work of Institutions but It spread so extensively that n clear sighted emperor found It politic to pro teas It In order to gain time support of so largo anti vigorous an clement against his rivals In power It hind maintained Us growth by Its real MI pcrlorlty and has always remained the most powerful and productive agency among the Influences that aided the progress of mankind It was actively ng gresslve and had made of the barbar lans who overthrew Rome converts to the faith before tho Invasion and thus broke the force and diminished the ills empirelurlstll1nltyshowed a youthful b witch It caused the fall of the old civilization and abounded In valuable services to the civilization yet to be Hut tho high patronage and active of Constan tine In the affairs of tho church had the effort to corrupt Itd simplicity of man ners such as the adhesion of the Greek philosophers who Imparted Into Its doc trine thtilr crude theories and adulter ated Its teachings As a consequence much that was foreign to its essential character long continued associated with ChristlanltyIts original form and and in the employment of its primitive powers will crown the work of cultivation analogyrite I1ppllcatlonItthe betterment of the economic con dltlons of mankind ever conceived by mortal mindIt Is the application of the essence of tho to mudane affairs It has the comprehensiveness bringabouttile varied industries of a free govern ment By a few plain a romatlo truths It teaches the prlnclpalcs of human right Divinelawequitytherefore doctrines willing to stand In tile J ar of tile vlrysimplebe readily understood by all who would profitthereby othersbutand force The Plan being so plain andpractical It would seem that every fair therebyserveof his fellowman But as In tho case blindeddogmas thedelusivewhile others led by selfish avarlcecare nothing for the Interests of mankind at large or their class as Illustrated by tho attitude of mifny of the so named farm journals and seo no merit brinKssheckleshut the opposition and unjust crltl cUms by those who would decry the A S of E brings man able broadgauge and liberalminded recruits to Its standard Wide It Is hindered and hands card In BOmo localities Its plan is and permeating every fiber strUcture potent Influence In about the reign of civic rlghteousnessof which CUIrtllment tlonshas ofItspurposesofthe mercenary standard by which other controlled Ithll8noxious weeds of antagonism do not grpwnelther can tho burs of bitterness and strife mature therein A field lying growsVileliapptnessIdle the uderlying principles ors as old as the dealings of Deity with man princIplestotraversed by any human institution itstands before the world demanding that all business transactions should accord nildealingsbased on equity Its plan Is adequate Christianitycreated ofpeaceinstitutions monsuredtime a nation are standing on the crumbling banks of that trencher greedwhosewatersnatons and made serfs of more men and women than other of tile trcch theblastedonco socially equal and happy homes ItteachesI good fellowship between all Industries and equal and exact Justice to all at a time when Insatiate greed would create warring factions would masses of the various Industries forceswhosesential to bring about the reforms on thlperpetuItyIt Is scarcely possible to imagine a PrtnC1plllsofths antipodesTheeqUltyentitlellhll11Is to Ilve88 mush and that privllegs I I broadgaugedItberalminded of huml1nlty8 Plano From the vet orlanlzatlons ated by Selfish ideas which will iiatur I1nllwillmethods foreign to a Christian spirit and to outside leyitness that gained must lose so wit I this Society It lifts all up who are be andIwhoput forth At the whothroughmore than their share as compensation tae eqUal well dlreted effort At the tenllenctooftreedeven of tho well Informed should he deluslvethinkers should stand aloft from all organizations on tho ono hand they hav organizatiospring JuSticenndgrandysoluflnsplrIng directcompletesocarried to completion Chrlstll1nlttheconsciencethe ofthehow much It may be decried mlsrcpre willstl1ndnlshed gold that has been tried fire Impertectpll1nlgrowth by its real superiority and will Influencetor oraleIndustrlallyIn Loving Memory- of Cecil B Dover son of Henry and Minnie Dever who died February 28 1908 aged 14 years 3 months and 16 days Weep not dear parents brother and sisters for Cecil has a resting place In Heaven far better than here He was yuong gentletrueklnd and affectionate Weep not dear friends for his form lies silent In the grave by the side of his dear slstorwhopre WIled him to heaven We would sa- to the bereaved ones not to mourn for him as for one who has no hope but look unto him who doeth all things well and ever be prepared to meet Cecil In his Heavenly Home Ho left quite a number of friends and relatives to mourn his departure Yet their loss Is his gain Brother Gold From the Ocean As several companies are organized for the purpsoo of extracting gold from sea water tho method by which they expect to profit where there is but 3 cents worth of gold to a ton of fuld is of Interest The chemical operations Involved are quite simple In De Wide method which appears to be the best a dulte acid solution of stannous chorld tin sat is mixed with the sea water pumped up the gold present being thus converted into the wellknown pu pe of Cassius Addition of mik of time then causes the formation of a preclplate of mag nesium hydro Ide at the expense of the magnesium chloride In the sea wat er which settles quickly carrying dow all the purple of Cassius with It The rest is run off and fresh quantities of water are stirred with the precipitate until the later has become deep brown In color Indicating saturation Treatment of the deposit withxa very dilute solution of alkali cyanide dissol ves every trace of the gold and leaves It pure white again ready for further use From the cyanide solution the gold cam be extracted by any one of several common methods Wilde pro fers precipitation with copper chloride The resulting mixture of copper and gold cyanides Is heated In the air and washed with acid the gold remains In the metallic from There Is practically no loss Egg Loving Folks It is estimated that the people of the United State consumes dally 44 000000 eggs The outline for a year reaches the enormous total of 16000 000 enough to load a train that would stretch from Washington to Chicago a distance of 900 miles These aggs If made Into a necklace and hung on tho neck of the man in the moon would hang clear down to the earth and double back to the starting point If made into one gigantic melet It would be large enough to envelop the whole earth so that the man at either pole couldbo eating off of It at the same time With the money spent on eggs we could build two Panama canals a year and a congressional llberary every seven years We paid more for eggs last year than the teachers the corn raisers or corngrowers earn For doing all this the hen charges us about 300000000 a year for her keep Evidently the American hen Is a factor of enormous Inportance In the econo mics of Uncle Sams domain Test of the War Balloon In connection with the siege opera tions at Chatham the use of the searchlights showed that a baljoon could be brought unseen to within 300 to 500 yards of the enemys works provided the searchlights were kept on the enemy It howeverseem ed doubtful whethr a balloon would serve any useful purpose so close to a position aa an ascent could only be made If thi ground close to the defense works Wall lu the hand of the attack and In that case the attacking force o 4t4 eiu lnau POSTMASTER HEAVRIN GIVES US THE k LAW ON ARREARAGE SUBSCRIPTION We have received the following letter from Postmaster M L Heavrin of Hartford defining the policy which he will under the new postal regulations adopt on April 1 l HARTFORD KY February 0 1908 KyGentlemen from the notifynyou on 1 1908 no paper addressed acceptedepost transmission through the mail at secondclass postage rates If any such papers are offered they must bear postage stamps one cent each or they cannot be sent out Very respectfully M L HEAVRIN Post Master In order to comply with the foregoing law we have mailed to each subscriber in arrears a statement of their account and requesting them to settle YOULL SEE STARS If you will come around our place looking for the latest seasons Tailoring We are hard hitters when it comes to the real lailoring You will see STAR fabrics at our place too We have gone over thousands of products of both do mestic and foreign weaves and have picked out 100 styles which are all STARS If you dont believe it come around and let us show you how hard we can hit and we will make you see STARS four hundred very beautiful ones CLEANING AND PRESSING A DONE ON SHORT NOTICE AT THE PANTIORUM E R TWEDDELL Prop Hartford Ky would probably be In possession of all the information whclh a balloon could obtain On the other handwith out searchlights a balloon at nightat ranges beyond 1000 yards would be useful to the attack in locating camps and ships In harbor Lines of fire could be laid out and observation of fire mad- eEffects of Compressed AirI Investigating the effect of compressed air on health two British engineers have shown that a pressure of 92 pound per square Inchmore than six atmos pheresmay be endured without un pleasant result The pressure must be taken off at a uniform rate however at least twenty minutes being allow ed for each 15 pounds of reduction and capillary circulation in the body must be kept by muscular exercise during compression Slight temporary neural gic pain In the armswas the only 1111 effect of the great pessureIAge Lines on To tell the age of a tree by counting I perIsonsa similar index of age Is found on the scales of some fish An exhibit In proof of this was recently made be fore the Marine Biological Association The lines on the scales are more wide ly separated In that part formed dur ing the warm season of the year and the alternation of wide and narrow bands gives a series resembling the annual rings of a tree p a Profitable Corncobs I Lin Clardy shipped a car load of I corncobs to the Phoenix American pipe works at Washington Mo From the cobs were shelled 1400 bushels of corn The corn is worth today 980 while the pipe concern pays Mr Clardy 350 for the cobs on board the car at De Lussus Thus he received over 35 per cent more for his crop than if he had let the cob go to waste as most if not all farmers do This Is something for farmers to think about There Is I no reason why you cannot soil your corncobs and realize from 25 to 30 cent a bushel more for your crop Farming ton News Virtues of Coal oil Try the virtues of coal oil A few drops on cloth moistened first with water polishes windows and mirrors removes dust from paint and furniture Equal parts of linseed oil boiled and coal oil polishes oiled furniture and floor also cleanses painted floors A tablespoonful In a boiler of clothes Is equal to the best washing compound Twothirds milk and one third oil well shaken It the best re I medy for rose bugs Kerosene remove lice from poultry and cures scaly legs Wash perches with It now and then Sometimes it is quite effectual In fame ly In sore throat rubbing on ontslde with the hand That however Is only for sore throath from cold as sore throat with fever and pain needs a physician every time Best medical authority advises coal oil for hair tonic rubbing In scalp thoroughly with ends lor fingers applying at least once a month The odor quickly passes away Nothing better for cleaning zinc an- dUnS B Bowerman in exchange Seed Per Acre- It will require 3 bushels of oats to seed an acre barley 2 bushels tlme thy 6 quarts tobacco 2 ounces blue grass 2bushels clover white and alslke 6 to 8 pounds clover red S Ito 10 quarts clover Lucerno or al falfa 15 to 25 pounds red top 1 to 2 bushels millet Ih to 1 bushel orch ard grass 2 bushels buckwheat bu ahel broom corn 1h bushel corn broadcast 4 bushels corn in hills 4 to 8 quarts corn in drills 2 to 3 bu shels popcorn 2 quarts sweet corn 6 quarts peas garden 2 to 3 bushels potatoes 10 to 12 bushels rutabagas and turnips 1 to 2 pounds mixed lawn grass 3 to 4 bushels rye I1h to 2 bushels Safety Against Drowning- A Norwegian Inventor has patent ed a suit of clothes which Is said to protect Its wearer against drowning The garments are lined with a non absorbent material made of specially prepared vegetable fiber which with out being too heavy will effectively hold up the weight of a man in the water Twelve ounces of the new ma terial will it Is claimed save a person from sinking The invention has been tested with favorable results at Chris tlanla Successful trials were also made with rugs made of the same ma terial capable of supporting two persoi in the water r Smaller than Atoms It has usually been assumed that the atoms of which all matter consists are indivisible but Prof Thomson of the Royal Society of Great Brltian has found what ho takes to be the strongest possible evidences of the divisibility of atoms Experiments with cathode rays indicate he says that the stream of electrified particles pro jected from the negative plate consists of corpuscles torn from the atoms composing the electrode and not of the whole atoms themsleves These corpuscles are very small portions of the atoms from which they come tytrw Nr 4 y Y r i yR ry fr1 1- RJ 4 MSI t i t l ORGANIZED SUNDAY SCHOOL WORK YANDtWOAT1T1 DO1N1i N j The following letteE is selfex planatory has been sent v- hloii t every district officer in the county T1eru may be a suggestion for you in it Hartford Ky March 18 1905 Dear District Officer What have you done and what are you doing to wake up the sleeping and to revive the dead Sunday Schools of your dis trict April will soon be tpous and every school in the county should be in full operation with that quarter This year bids fair to offer more opportunities for advanced work than ever before in addi tion to our regular District and County Conventions the Christian church will hold a convention or institute in Hartford April 11 and 12 Everybody welcome Then On April 27 Mr W J Vaughn one of the State workers will hold an institute at Hartford for everybody Then during the summer the Baptists of the county will have their convention time and place to be announced later Then our regular State Convention in Newport Oct 1315 and the International Convention in Louisville June 1823 which gives those who care to equip themselves for work a fine chance to attend one or more of these occasions But then if we dont put into practice what we already know to be our duty why strive to learn more I trust every offi cer and Department Superintendent will realize the responsibility of their posi tion and push forward this great work Every school should run the whole year and should have a Home Department a Cradle Roll and probably above all of these a training class for teachers and officers Fraternally Yours EDWARD W FORD Pres Ohio Co S SAssln Read James 417 I NEW CATHOLICWEDDING RULES CM Marriages Prohibited Pas tor of Bride Must Perform Ceremony New York March 17In accordance with the decree of Pope plus X or last August Archbishop Farley sent a eltter today to the rectors of all the Catholic churches In this city explaining the new marriage law that will go Into effect at Easter It will be read at all masses tomorrow- In the main the decree prohibits civil marriage for Catholics and de dares unions in the church after April 19 invalid it either the bride or bridegroom is not a Catholuic The following changes are made In the marriage legislation of the church Flnrt No marriage will be valid unless It Is perfomcd by a priest duly authorized and before at least two witnesses SecondA marriage performed be tween two Catholics or between a Catholic and a baptist nonCatholic by a civil magistrate alderman notary public or Protestant minister will be null and void Hitherto such marriages were valid Third No marriage will be licit un less it is performed by the pastor of the bride or by a priest delegated by him or the bishop of the diocese RENDER March 17C M Baggerly of Louis yule and L T Wright of Horton were here last Wednesday Dave Allen of Beaver Dam was here last Thursday Miss Nellie Harris was in Beaver Dam last Thursday Miss Isabel Fair was in Hartford last Thursday Roy and Archie Peters of Beaver Dam were here Friday B L Loney was In Central ICty on business Friday Mrs W D McKinney and daughter Miss Caroline of Central City were the guests of Mr and Mrs Simon Jones Friday and Saturday Mack Dowell Fair was in Powderly SaturdayWill of Centertown and Jno F Hocker of Ilevler were here Satur daySimon Stevens was In Central City on business Saturday Roy Andrews was in Central City SundayMack Fair spent the day in Hartford Sunday Chas Reneer visited his parents in Centertown Sunday Fount Miller of Hillside was hero SundayJ Reneer moved his family from here to Centertown yestreday Dr McCarley of Simmons Station and D Stewart Miller of Owensborp I Lfh- j Ij were here yesterday R J Engleby was in Central City yesterday and today at Simmons Sta tionD W Jones of Attawa Iowa was here today Mrs Me D Fair is visiting in Hart ford this week Thos Gray has moved his family from here to Caneyvllle Programe For Open Session of Adelphlan Liter ary Society March 27 190S Music Orchestra Welcome AddressPresident Recitation Miss Nora Wedding luslcMiss Mary Keown Miss Pearl ThomasQuestions and AnswersEnos Mose ley Andrew Glenn- Extemporaneous debate 10 minutes to the side subject to be stated by the Chairman Affirmative Vernon Crow der Negative Roy R Heavrin Music Orchestra Recitation Otto C Martin Paper Fred Anderson A J Bratch er Harry Crumes Gilbert Bell Delver Moseley Vocal SoloMiss Kettle Riley Recitation Mrs L N Gray Autography Onls Greer Otto C Martin Andrew Glenn Albert BaughnCommittee Call For Convention- In compliance with the directions of the Fourth Congressional District Committee and State Central Committe the Republicans of Ohio county are called to meet in mass convention at Court House in Hartford at 1 Ithe p m on Saturday 25 day of 1908 for the purpose of selec Ing delegates to the 4th Congressional District Convention to be held at Eliza bethtown on May 5 1908 and also to select delegates to the State Conven tion to be held in Louisville on May f 1908M S RAGLAND Chmn- J M DEWESSE Sec Slayer of Priest Tries to Escape Prison Denver Colo March 14 Giuseppe Alia the condemned assasln of Fath er Francis Leo Helnrichs made a wild attempt to escape from the coun ty Jail today lie assaulted a trusty with a razor blade that he had secured in some unknown manner serlouusly cutting him in the nook and might have added a second murder to his Denver record if Deputy Warden Car trustysIhim Alia struggled like a wild ani mal to escape and hid to bo beat3n almost to unconsciousness before he would give up He was exhausted by his exertions afternoon i V r i BUTCHER BITES4NIS- NOSE ALMOST OFF X ri TT Adolph Kratzelof Frankfort is A Victim of Peculiar Accident Frankfort Ky March 1C Adblph Kratzel a butcher this afternoon his own nose almost off He has tals teeth and is subject to fits This afternoon he was standing in front of a local restaurant when he had a fit He shook his false tooth tmttjf his mouth and they fell to the pavement Just as he fell Kratzel fell forward on his face and his close landed be tween the Jaws of his false teeth which were open on the pavement His welht closed the teeth together and his nose was bitten almost off A policeman and another man who ellupwill have a very sore face for several days but the nose may be saved un less blood poison from the bite sets In OLATON March 17Mr and Mrs J4 F Al len Mr and Mrs Martin Nabors and daughter Miss Haymee and Mr Edd Boswell and little son master Hermon dined with Mr and Mrs H A Owen In the country Sunday Misses Abbie and Nora Patterson were the guests of their friends Misses Ada and Jessie McDanlel Saturday and SundayMr Arthur Mitchell and wife and little daughter Gladys were the guests of Earnest Wilson and family SundayMrs Laura Felix and daughter Miss Rollen Fordsville were the guests of Mrs John Hoover Sunday Mrs John Dugan went to Narrows Mdnday shopping Mrs John Stone and little daughter Miss Mabel Mrs Jane Payton and Mrs Jennetty White were the guest of Mr and Mrs Henry Stevens one day this week N Mr Harvle Flatt went to Beaver Dam Saturday returning Sunday Mr Jack Young Yeaman Grayson county moved here recently MrsDratcher Select who has been the guests of Mr Harve Snider and family the past two weeks return ed to her home Saturday Mr John Dugan moved to Olaton Saturday Mrs Jane Payton spent Sunday with W B McDanlel and family Misses Maude DeWeese ttpd M ndle Shrader Barrette Ferry spent Monday afternoon with Mrs John Stone Mr Cheater B Lyons wont to Fords Ville MondayAnUnedIfyg SRect cle Tho scramble of Federal office holders lhrodghoutKentucky to get into some one of the several presidential band wagons is a most unedlfying spec tacle Tho clamor of charge and coun tercharge from the leaders in tho op posing campaign bated upon this im doeThe Federal office holder has no pine of part in the machinery of nomination end elections otlcr than to hold his opinions and eercslebls franchise When he goes beyond theses limitations he lays himself open to serve rebuke and becomes a menace to the public weal that every goOd citizen and loyal newspaper should discourage The Herald Holds po brief for any particular candidate for the nomination It prefers for the present to keep clear of entanglements and to hold itself free to criticise where it feels criticism is needed Neither of the two Camp KenjtuckYThere are Federal office holders who have been too busy for Taft and are others who have been to thereI Fairbanks They are harming the men to whom their support Is given The people of Kentucky are weary of Cus tom House and postoffico politics who ever may be the beneficiary thereoCI The attitude of President Roosevelt upon this question is well known and hiss been freely expressed on many oc casions The trouble is that in the heat of a campaign of the magnitude of that which is being fought men are apt to lose sight of the proprieties and the attention of those in authority being distracted for the moment can get away with a course of conduct that un der other circumstances they would not dare to pursue The office holders and the campaign leaders who encourage them in theirs in discretion must reckon with the people however who while unable to punish them can visit their disgust upon the candidates for whom their activity is expended We warn these gentlemen that they are making a mistake This State will not take dictation from office holders on a matter of such moment as the nomination for the presidency Th day when such methods were effective has gone by In Kentucky Louts villa Herald ICA TY3ZABun the SlpaMpf the Kbd You HITS Always 80m Y FORTHE BUSY READER Three men wore killed and several powder inlll near Llntgnlnd f I President Rposevelt summoned to the White House United States Attorney Baker who acts astprosecutli attorney in the District of Columbia and I urged him to press for a Jail sentence I Robert N Harper recently found gull I ty of violating the puro food and drug I act The proceeding by the Government against the Armour Packing Company Swift Co Morris Co and tho I Cudahy Packing Company all operat ing in Kansas City Kan under which the companies were each fined I 15000 by the United States Circuit Court for the Western district of Mis- souriI on the charge of receiving re bates contrary to tho provisions of the Elkins act was decided by the Supreme Court of the United States Monday adversely to those companies Evelyn Thaw who is now seeking a divorce from her lunatic husband is planning to go back to the stage and it is reported that several managers are bidding among themselves to see who will grab the lucky plumb Thus is the degeneracy of the American theatre going public displayed to the ferlng fabuulus prices to the heroine of the ThawWhite tra gedy not because she possesses any special qualifications as an actress but for the simple reason that a morbid curiosity will impel and Amer lean people to buy tickets to see this damsel of the great white way step to the footlights and flaunt her artist model beauty before a gullible public would that the courts of this land had some power and thus protect the mor als off the American people May Evelyn Thaw meet with Just such a frost as that which awarded the ef forts of Nan Patterson a few years ago when she vainly attempted to step from the criminal courts to the theatrical stag- eImportant L Sunday Sctibol Institute The Kentucy Sundkay School Association Is planning to hold a one day Institute In every accessible county seat in the State in March April and May The date selected for us is Monday April 27 Mr VWJ Valgham will be here to lead in ithe work and much good is anticipated A marvel Us work was done in the State last year and n still greater work Is be- Ing planned for this year thbfrontour county to be right in ranks in this forward begin now to make your plansbe with us The place o meptingand x Iprogram will be announced I la ter Workers from all parts of the county are cordially invited E W FdRbx County President More Burley Tobacco Sold Frankfort Ky March 1GJohnW Scott Superintendent of the Frank r lip county Society of Equity ware house tonight received a letter from- S A Brooks secretary of the Burley Tobacco Society instructing him to prepare for shipment 2GO hogsheads of the pooled tobacco here to various independent concerns The R I Rey nolds Company the United States Tobacco Company and several St Louisl and Louisville firms get the order I There remains 1060 hogsheads in the Equity warehouse hero The tobacco sold Is the low grade but averages 12 cents a pouund Notice to road Overseers- To bo is conceded that roadworklng should be done early in the spring This being true I earn restly request that every overseer in the couunty within the next CO days have their road worked in proper or der It is likely that some roads hay no overseer In which case some one on tho road is requested to furnish to county clerk the name of a suitable person for the place Dont fall to put your road in order G A RALPH Road and Bridge Comfor Ohio Co IDONT STOP MY PAPER stop my paper printer Dont strike my name off yet t You know the cash comes slowly And dollars hard to get But tug a little harder Is what I mean to do And scrape the dimes together Enough for me and you- I cant afford to drop it And I find Is doesnt pay To do without a paper However others may I hate to ask my neighbors To give me their loan + They dpnt Just say but mean It Why dont you get your own 7 Notice The Buford Magisterial District meeting will be held at the Clear Run church Thursday March 26 190S All locals in said Magisterial District are expected to be represented as important business will be transacted John P Foster Chmn w C As timber suitable for good fencing material is fast passing away and the d tfarmer from sheer necessity must begin to use some sort oi economical J stylest4 g mending the AMERICAN FENCE as the fence for the farm We carry con j stantly in stock heights 39 inches and 47 inches Buy the AMERICAN 4 fTft B i SOLD BYE r i E1P1 BARNES BROS I- Y t JDJbATTTPTJ DAXETI J f ftI r s- a y r = v flt