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Digital page images are linked to the text file. e L 1 A ttixif rI Bquhlican Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF ALL rilE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription i per Year VOL XX I HARTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY MAY 1 1908 No41 DISCHARGED ON- EXAMININli T TRiAL Was Lester Phillips of Charge of Murdering Estil St Clair Was Arrested Last Friday and Lodged In Jail wIth out Bond On last Friday morning with out previous notice Constable H C Acton Dr C W De Weese and otherS rode Into Hartford with Lester C Phillips In charge Inquiry revealed that he was charged with the murder of Estll St Clair whose body was recently found In Rough River near Hartford The charge was preferred by J T Wed ding In the following affidavit County of Ohio State of Kentucky Afflant J T Wedding swears that he has reasonable grounds and can prove that Leslie Phillips has ooun mitted the offense of murdering Es till St Clair by hitting him In the forehead with some hard sub stance and crushing his head and throwing said Estill St Chairs bodY in Rough River and that said murder was committed on the first day of March 1908 lu Ohio county Ken tuckyJ T WEDDINGI bWltncss H C Acton Subscribed and sworn to before me by J T Wedding this April 23rd 1908 W S DEAN J P O C The following warrant for young Phillips arrest was issued by Esq W S Dean before whom the I1ffadavlt was made The Commonwealth of Kentucky To any Sheriff Constable Ua11erCor oner Marshal or Policeman In this State Greeting It appearing from the oath of J T Wedding that there are reason 210 grounds for bellowing that Leslie Phillips of Ohio county State of Kentucky has committed the offense of murdering Instill St Clair Committed In manner and form as follows towit Tim said Leslie Phillips did on tho 1st day of March 1908 In the county of Ohio and State of Ken tucky unlawfully and wilfully mur der Estill St Clair by hitting him in the forehead with some hard sub stance crushing St Clairs head and afterwards throwing the body of the said Estill St Clair In Rough RIver Done as aforesaid and against the peace and dignity of the Common wealth of Kentucky This Is there fore to command you to forthwith arrest the said Leslie Phillips and take him before County Judge W D Taylor of Ohio county forthwith and without ball to answer said charge and to be dealt with accord- Ing to law Given under my hand as Justice of Peace of Ohio County Kentucky this the 23rd dRY of April 1908 W S DEAN J P O C The case was sot for trial Wed nesday of this week and young Phillips was remanded to jail to await the trial HIs father Mr F F Phil- lIPs of Narrows was notified his son not being at home at the time of 1t1s arrest and he came to Hartford Saturday April 26th and arranged for the trIal Wednesday and employed Tlarnett and Smith to represent his son The case was called for trial fit 10 oclock a m Wednesday and after brief consults tiontho Commonwealth represented by County Attorney E M Woodward and Judge R R Wed ding announced readywhoreupon the trial It was the theory of the prosecution that St Clair was murder dJor the purpose of robrey hence the Inquiry naturally turned to the question as to Whether the deceased had any money at the time he was supposed 0 have been killed Denuy St CWr a brother of the deceased wile sworn n5 a wtlnCES and twtified that his brother on leaving home to make the trip down the riv er stated that he Intended to go from I Evansvlllo to some point In the west and that his family was not expecting him back He also said that his broth er had some money when ho left hgme Budst Clair another brother made practically the same statement but was unable to give any detinito idea as to whether his brother hod any money when ho left home Ira Funk who was on the logs With Young St Clair stated that he and St cwr were discharged at Rumsey and tiat they oame beak tti LiVermore w and from there went by way of railroad to Owensboro He said Ul3t ho never saw any money in St Clairs possession except 1160 which Mr Williams paid him when he wus dis charged Ho said that ho and young St Clair were together at Owens boro until 11 oclock Saturday night February 29 and that St Clair left him In company with a lIght haired man that would weigh about 160 pounds and that this was the last ho had ever seen of St Clair this description was In direct oonflradlcUou to the make up of young Phillips as ho Is small will not weigh more than 135 pounds and Is of dark complexion Tom Petty said that he lived at Dan Station and that ho got on the train at Fordsvll1e Sunday night Maroh let to return to his home He said that young Phillips and St Clair on the train and that they were toI gother a considerable part of the time until they reached Narrows St Clair told him that he was going to get off the train at Olaton and Unit he was going to rldo on the outside of the coach from Narraws home In order to escape the payment of fare Young Phillips told him that he was going to get off lit Narrows John Dratcher Identified a hat as being that of young St Clams winch I was found on he railroad bridgo acrots Rough crock Monday morning March 2nd or 9th ho was unable to state which Estil Funk left the logs nt Livermore and knew nothing about the amount of money St Clair had Mom Hudson told of finding the bodyJoe Dewley a gentleman to whose house young Phillips went after leay lug the train ot Narrowstesttfled that Phillips reached his house within 30 minutes after the train passed Nar rows After the body of young St Clair was found Phillips told him that he came up on the train with him from Owensboro on Sunday night of March 1st and that when he got off the train at Narrows young St Clair also stepped off and climbed back on what Is known as Une blind bag gage stating that ho had not enough rhbMY to pay his way to Olaton and that he Intended to beat his way Lon Phillips an uncle of the accused and William Park each told practically the same story as Rowley res- garding toting Phlllips statement about getting off the train at Narrows and St Clairs getting back on Their statements were straight forward and corresponded In every particular Carson Park knew nothing material to the case Dr M T McDowell examined the body of young St Clair and found a fracture In the left temple and a small hole in the skull His examination would not enable hIm to state how the Injury vets inflicted Tom Darrett knew nothing Impor tantCooper Harrison told the some story exactly QS did Lon Phillips and William Park H C Acton told pf arresting young Phillips but know nothing of Im portance Billy Ronfrow bad known young Phillips for seven or eIght years but know no matcralt facts about the caseAfter produoting this volume of evi dence the Commonwealth rested Its case having no further evidence to of fer and on motion of attorneys for defendant the court discharged him wIthout any evoidence from his side of the case This leaves young Phllllps as free as before his arrest After he was discharged his many friends who had come to hear the tHai pressed forward and congratulated him upon his acquittal Sentiment was In young Phillips favor from the start and his attor neys were offered kindly asSistance from his many friends in and about Narrows The discharging of young Phillips leaves the St Clair casein the same oondlt1on as it has heretofore been except It practically establishes to the satisfaction most of the pooplo that he fell from the train while It was crossing the Narrows bridge and was thereby klllcd his + body falling In the river below Louisville Jocky Club For above occasion tickets will bo sold to Louisville and return on May 4th atone and ono third fare plus 25 cents lImit May 31st for return On May 4th one fare plus 26 cents limit May 6tlith for return On May 7912202327 and 30 ono and one third faro plus 25 cents limit two days from ditto o sale On May 15th one and one third fare plus 25 cents lImit May lSth J E WILLr 1S Agent A HOT MESSAGE FROM ROOSEVELT Stirs Up Trusts And Their Heads In Beanvllle Labor is Engaged In Production Only and Should Not be Requir ed to Furnish Statistics Washnglon April 28PresidentR- oosevelts special message with ret erenco to legislation needed to control the trust of time country was read this morning It created much comment because It Is a warm document The president speaks In hi usual plain and unequivocal way andho has stir red up some of the trust aggregations of the country especially those do Boston by his charges against them The following Is a brief portion of the message In my message to the congress of March 25 1908 I outlined certain measures which I believe the majority of our countrymen desire to have en acted Into law at this time These measures do not represent by any means all that I would like to see done If I thought It possible but they do represent what I believe can now be done If an earnest effort toward this end Is made Since I wrote this message an employers liability law has been enact ed which it Is true comes shot of what ought to have been done but which does represent a real advance A strong effort has been made to have labor organizations completely exempted from any of the operations of this law whether or not their acts are in restraint of trade Such exception would In all probability make the bill unconstitutional and the legisla ture has no more right to pass a bill without regard to whether It Is con stitutlonnl than the courts have lightly to declare unconstttutlonal n law which the legiSlature has solemnly enacted Tho responsibility Is as great on the one side us on the oUlel and an abuse of power by the legislature In one direction Is equally to be condemned with an abuse of power by the courts In the other direction It Is not possible wholly to except labor organizations from tho wroklng of this law and they who Insist upon totally excepting them are merely providing that theIr statue shall be kept wholly unchanged and that they shall continue to be exposed to time ac tion which they now dread Obvious ly an organization not formed for profit should not bo required to fur nish statistics in any way as com plete as those furnished by organizations for pronto Moreover so far as labor Is engaged In production only its claims to be exempted from the antitrust law are sound This would substantially cover the right of laborers to combine to strike peaceably and to enter Into trade agreements with the employers But when labor undertakes In a wrongful manner to prevent the distribution and sale of the products of labor as by certain forms of the boycott It has left the field of production and its action may plainly be In restraint of Interstate trade and must necessarily be subject to Inquiry exactly as In the case of any other combination for tho same purpose so as to determine whether such action Is contrary to sound public policy The heartiest encourage ment should be given to the sage workers to form labor union and to enter Into agreements with their em players and their right to strike so long as they act peaceably must bo preserved But we should sanction neither a boycott nora bkmcklist Which would be illegal at common law The measures I advocatonre1n the Interest both of decent corporations and of lawabiding labor unions They are moreover preeminently in the Interest of the public for in my judg ment time American people have definitely made up their minds that the days of the reign of the great lawde fying and lawevadlng corporations are over and that from this time on the mighty organizations of capital busIinencouraged so long as they act hon genjemlcareful supervision andregniatdon of a kind so effective as to Insurethir acting In the Interest of the people as a whole Allegations are often made to the effect that there Is no real need for t these laws looking to the more effect- Ive control of tho great corporations upon the ground that they will do their work well without such control I call your atto don to time accompanying copy of a report just submitted by MrNathan Matthews ehainnnn of the tinanco commission to the mayor and city council of Boston relating to cer tain evil practices of various corporations which has been bidders for furnishing to the city Iron and steel This report shows that there have been extensive combinations formed among the various corporations which have business with the city of Boston in cluding for instance a carefully plan ned combination embracing practically all the firms and corporations engaged in structural steel work In New Eng land This combination involved substantially all the local concerns and many of tho largest corporations In the United States engaged In manufac turing or furnishing structural steel for use In any part of New England It affected the States the clUes and towns the railroads and streets rail ways and generally all persons hating occasion to use Iron or steel for any purpose In that section of the county As regards the olty of Dos ton the combination resulted In parceling out the work by collusIve bids phlll1lY dishonest and supported by falsf affirmations In Its conclusion commIssion recommends as follows cfmment on the moral meaning of and transactions would seem superfluous but as they were defended at tIle public hearing of the commission and asserted to be common and entirely proper Inscltlents of business life and as these practices htvo been freely resorted to by some of the largest Industrial corporations commission deems It proper to record its own opinion The commission dislikes to be Ueve that these practices are as alleged established by the general custom of time business community and this defense Itself If unchallenged amounts to a grave accusation against thO honesty of present business methods To answer an Invitation for public or private work by sending In what purports to be sanguine bldsbut what In reality are collusive figures purposely made higher than the bid which Is known will be submitted bone of the supposed competitors Is an act of plain dishonesty To support these misrepresentations by false affirmations In waiting that the bids are submitted In good faith and without fraudcolluslon or connection with any ohter bldderds a positive and deliberate fraud the sue cossful bidder In the competition Is guilty of obtaining money by false pretenses and the others have made themselves parties to a conspIracy clearly unlawful at the common law Whereas In the case of the Boston Agreement a number of the most Important manumcturers and dealers In structural steel In this country In cluding the American Bridge company ono of the constituent members of the United States Steel corporations have combined together for the purpose of raising prices by means of collusive bids and false reproseutatlons their conduct Is not only repugnnnt to common honesty but Is plainly ob noxious to the Federal statute known as the Sherman or antitrust law The commission believes that an example should be made of these men and that the members of the Boston Agreement or at least all those who In October and November 1905 en tered Intbe fraudulent competitions for the Cove street draw span and the Brooklyn street bridge should be brought before a Federal grand jury for violation of the act of Congress of July 2 1S90 The three years limitation for participation In these transactions has not yet elapsed and the evidence obtained by the commission Is so complete that there should bo no difficulty In the governments securing a conviction in this case Old Hicicory Church The deep Interest the people of this community have In the work of the Lord Is manliest in the rapidly grow ling Sunday School A singing school Is also In progress conducted by Prof Taylor He Is I1n excellent instructor and the class Is advancing nicely The new organ just purchased paid for and put In the church Speaks an lather WOrd of commendation for the people of this community regularlappointment nest hearers I Rob Roy Ky April 28- I 1905 f + it s r LARGELY ATTEND CONVENTIONI i Held By Republicans at Court house Last Saturday U Inlorse Administration of Presi dent Roosevelt Gov Willson And Election of Bradley IThe Republicans of Ohio county met convention at the court house I in Hartford Saturday April 25 It08 for the purpose of selecting delegates to the congressional district Conven tion at Ellzabethtown Tuesday May fith and to the State Convention at Loulsvllle May 6th The meeting was called to order by chairman of the county executive committee M S Rl1gland and the call read by county secretary Jas 1L- DoWeeseI after which nomination for permanent chairman was declared In- i order Hon Jas A Duff was placed In nomination In a well worded speech bi Judge D n Ithoads Hai nomination was seconded by Mr John H Thomas There being no further nomination the vote resulted In the unanimous choice of Dr Duff who accepted the position In a splendid little speech of acceptance The election of a sec retary was then declared In order Hon E M Woodward placed C E Smith In nomination which nomlna Uon was seconded by Sheriff R D Martin There being no further nomi nation the vote resulted In his unani mous choice On motion the chairman appointed R B Martin C M Barnott J H Thomas M S Ragland anti D D- Rhoads as committee on resolutions During the absence of the com mittee the conventIon was entertained by splendid speeches by several gent tlemen Time committee reports as followsIWO your conllnltle on resolutions beg to submit time following rellOr- tIII1t We approve of the cull for his contention amid for the couvention to be held for time fourth congressional district In Ellzabethtown May 5 and for the statQ convention to be held at Louisville May 6 1905 Second Dc It resolved that we in- dorse time administration of PrtJsdcli Roosevelt and the great principles of the Republican Party which have been enacted Into law and administered during his wlmlnlstratlon The Repub lican Party In the nation has stood for the rights of the people In the past and wlll stand for those rights In the future and In time future as In the past It will stand for the protec tion of American labor and American Industries and any rearrangement or change it may make In the tariff will be made with this principle In mind Third Wo congratulate the people of time State of Kentucky on the tri unmphaut election of the Republican- S re ticket ot the last November elec tion Wo Indorse the administration of Governor Wlllson and pledge him and his ussociates our support in giv Ing to the peuple a justirnpartinl and businesslike administration of the States affairs Fourth We congratulate the peo pie of Kentucky and the nation upon the election to the U S Senate of that grand old chieftain of Republi canism In the South Wm O Brad Icy His election Insures that once again In the highest deliberative body In the world Kentucky wlll have a champion an orator and statesman who will reflect upon the State and her people tile highest honor and credit Firth We denounce the late Demo cratic legislature for Its failure to enact the County Unit Bill Its failure to permit the enactment of just amid fair redistricting measures for the State and for Its failure to revise the present odious and unfair revenue law and for Its failure to repeal time dog tax law and for Its extravagant and unprecedented approprlationswlth no provision to pay In the face of a bankrupt treasury brought about by the former Democratic administration Sixth Having faith and confidence In the ability of our fellow countyman lion M L Heavrin who has shown himself at all times capable and worthy In every position of trust which ho ha held we instruct our delegates here Inafter named to tile congressional district convention to vote for and to use aU horrablo means to secure his reelection as a member of the State Central Conllnlete from the fourth lctI the follow Ing delegates and alternate delegates for both time congressional district and state conventions and Instruct then I to vote as a unit upon nil questions which may arise either In the state or conventionI S L Stevens M A Johnson R D Martin J T Allen Rev G W Drain W S Tinsley M S Ragland C E I Smith W S Gaines J A Duff U G Ragland R R Wedding E G Darrass E P Taylor C M Barnett Cary Burch T H Denton U S Chamberlain T n Black James M DeWeeSe John Ir Thomas R n Riley Dr Clarence DeWeese S A Brateher T Wade Stratton David Jloreland C C Baird Baker Rhoades E L Dupuy ALTERNATE DErEGATES AS Bennett Simon Jones IHWIlI- iams W S Dean Lucien Kimmel W P Miller O n Tlnl3ley W R Edge Dudley Morris Herbert Render Henry Leach S J Wedding Sherman Park H E Drown W C Ashley Henry Woodburn W B Taylor J C I Hill Dr L D F Whittaker E C Baird D B Bartlett C T Whittiug hill Wm Fleener C C Dennis J- M Shultz Dr Wm Foreman Lon Ralph James Carter Morris Tailor I H Condit Chnrlle Park R B MARTIN J II TUmIAS D B RHOADS M S RAGLAN C M BARNETT On motion time resolutions were unanimously adopted after which the convention adjourned J A DUFF Chmn C E SMITH Seey Hartford Ky April 25 1908 c LONG ITINERARY FOR FLEET ANNOUNCED Sllndron Goes to Philippines China and Japan Honolulu To Auckland Washington April 27A total of approximately 4500 mile will lmavo been cmivered by the Atlantic battleship Cleet wlien It arrives at Hampton Roads on February 22 next accor ding to an itinerary made lnmblic today for time voyage of the fleet from San Francisco to time Plmilippimes thence to ChIna and Japan and back to lanUa In 1621S miles The longest lap or this distance Is that from Honolulu to Auckland 3S50 miles said by naval officials to be tho greatest steaming distance ever made by a battleship fleet In the American nay without stoppIng for coal This will require slightly over sixteen days Ono of the colliers and two of the supply ships will stop at Samoa for coal and the battleship Illinois which under ordinary circumstances cannot carry enough fuel to steam four thou sand miles will store some coal In bags on deck and also take fuel In her fire room Regular coal supplies will be taken abroad at the various stopping places when needed According to this Itinerary the fleet will leave San Francisco July 7 arrive at Honolulu July 16 remain seven days arrive at Auckland Au gust 9 remain six days arrive at Sydney August 20 remain seven days arrive at Melbourne August 29 remain seven days arrive at Albany Aus tralia for coal September 11 re main six days arrive at Philippines October I remain nine days arrive at Yokahama October Ii remain seven days At Yokohama the fleet will be divided the first squadron going to Manila and scheduled to reach there October 31 The second squadron wilt go to Amoy reaJhlng there October 29 and after a stay of six days will go to Manila rachlng there Novem ber 7 a rHas Not Yet Taken up Powers Howard Record A Frankfort dispatch says The Governor has a hard task ahead of him as he has not yet taken up the record In the Powers and Howard eases mad ho expects to rend the full record before passing all time matter of pardons for the two men who are accused of complicity III time murder of William Goepel It probably will bo several weeks before the Governor acts on the applications for pardons Much interest In these cases Is being shown here In Frankfort and there are frequent discussions of the pro bable action of the Governor I I i 4 1 DISBURSEMENTS OF OHIO COUNTY FUNDS On Order of County Court During Yers 1907 Arch SJataworth 150 Oscnr Fleenor 1050 Harry Baldwin 1050 Henry Pleads 600 John King 250 W H Collins 750 Dudley Llndsey 380 Black and Dlrkhead 9018 II C Roach 250- C H Campbell 600 Rowan Holbrook 4417 John Morton 1000 H1 Taylor C425 Jesse Casebier 600 W H Martin 600 E M Woodward 1750 R B Martin Dan King claim 200 Black and Blrkhead G85 John Morton 1000 R B Martin 1000 John Sutton 600 Leo Brown 600 Same 400 Ed Barrass 3625 John Morton 1000- J L Jlnkina 650 Oscar Medklff G75 Perry Keown 975 Dud P Daniel 200 John Morton 1000- J H Williams 461 J J Brackln 20000- J K Curtis 350 Morris Burnett 200 S T Barnett 222 J J Brackln 10000 John Morton 1000 Black and Blrkhead 450 Oscar Mldklff 12830 Frank Black 15778 First National Dank 1000 Cumberland Telephone Co 60-R L Tweddoll 1000 Same 4000 John Morton 1000 A Curtis 300 C P Keown 20000 Tom Simmons 27360 Eck Rooker 400 Tom Simmons 77976 R L Tweddell 2000 Jas DeWeese 2575- J J Brackln 5075 11 laird 450 M C Murry 100 daunt of Hartford C B Sullenger claim 4000 Unrtford Mill Co 4960 Owty We11e 645 John Morton 1000 W E Coomen 450 musk and Bhkhoad 3315 Jan Wf Ultra 1155 Tom Simmons 46S00 P Keown 800 W O Ashley 550 Frank flick4000 Ton Simmons 500 W T Woodward 1000 Furry Keown 350 Will Dui c150Bl-w k and Blrkhead J 190 meE Coomes 75 A W Mills1000 Albert Chlnn 1350 Dan King 1500 W T Woodward 3G75 John Morton 1000 John P Morton Co 1250 Jas II Williams 1071 Val Baltz Paint Co 3180 A Mills 500 G J Bean 750 F L Felix 2145 Dan King 150 Bean Bros 3673 Same 4096 Beavor Dam Plaining Mill 252 J G Keowu 250 John Morton 1000 Dan King 4000 H A Baird 2275 Beaver Dam Deposit Bank 314071 S J Hawkins 300 J M Miller 300 Hartford Publishing Co 5000 Frank Black 400 C M Taylor 1400 Harftord Publishing Co 2176 Same 4900 John Morton 1000 Frank Black 4737 Black and Blrkhead 240 Bank of Hartford 1000 Hartford Mill Co 800 S T Barnett 750 Cumberland Telephone Co 40 R L Tweddell 275 John King 100 H A Baird 350 John Morton 1000 John Morton July 1907 claim 1000 John King June 500 E M Woodward Jan 21 1908 150 Jas H Williams School flecks 414 Jas H Williams School Books 17 Black and Blrkbead Express 40 Telephone Message to Hopkinsville 60 Jas M DeWeese for repairing office 2800 Total 698289 Sixtytwo Days Without Food Fora period of sixtytwo days Mrs Charles Osborne of 1512 Boylston avenue has not tasted food in any form She declares that she feels but little effects of her long fast and is confident that she will h n be able to continue to abstain from all nourishment for at least seventyfive days if necessary says the Seattle Times Mrs Osborno admits she Is not fast ing because she enjoys it or to break any records in the noncating line but she says she believes such a course is going to cure her of an allmcnTthnt for years has baffled prysldana through out the country Recent stories of a man in St Paul dying after a fast of thlrtyono days and of a man in Los Angeles eating after ho had not tasted food for forty three days because he became fright ened have no terrors for Mrs Osborne and after reading the accounts of the latter she laughed Im in this fast to kill or cure sh said and Im not going to quit till my doctor says so I could do Justice to a big uicy steak Vith French fried potatoes right now but I can stick it out a little longer as tho pangs of hunger are not bothering me to any great extent Mrs Osborne weighed 173 pounds when she began her fast and now she weighs 148 Mrs Oborno is apatlent of Dr Lin da Burfleld Hazzard- I have been under Dr Hazzards care for three months said Mrs Os borne For three weeks I was placed on a special diet and gradually my food allowance was cut down Sixty one days ago I quit eating entirely and water all I want to drink is the only substance that hes passed my lips sinceIt was quite an effort to go without food at first I missed coffee at breakfast I have always been a hearty meat rater and for a few days I did not think I could stand It but I con quered myself and by the end of the first four weeks I felt better than I had since I was a girl- I am beginning to feel the effects of the long fast now however in that I get tired more easily than I did at first but I continue to perform my owi household duties and after preparing my husbands breakfast this morning I swept the floor Dr Hazzard tells me that I am about normal weight now and as soon as he gets me a few pounds below he will begin a dieting course to build me up with good sound flesh- I dont know Just how long I shall keep Mrs Osborne on the present treatment said Dr Hazzard I will break her fast Just the minute I think the process of domination of Impnritle has been accomplished It may be tomorrow and it may be a week or two longer A great deal depends on the patien the temperament and will power It Is no easy matter to go so long without food although I maintain and point to scores of patients to prove my words that there Is no danger In fast Ing Real Estate 400 Acres on I C R R between Horton and Rosine 200 acres in wood land consisting of a large quantity of merchantable timber 200 acres in cul tlvatlongoed dwollinggood barnwell watered fine orchard will grow fine corn wheat tobacco hay etc Price right trems reasonable Will sell at whole or divide to suit purchaser Cost of a Kings Carriage King Edward rode in a carriage worth 30000 when he went to tho opening of Parliament on the last occasionThe is one of the most costly and splendid in the world It was built in 1761 At a cost of 3600 on the oc casion of tile marriage of George III and has ever since carried the English Kings and Queens on all high state occasions Sir William Chambers de signed the vehicle which weighs four tonsDespite its 147 years service its great wheels and body are said to be as sound as when built and it looks as If it would go on forever Steel springs were unknown when the coach was built and its ponderous yet dalntyl uxurles body is suspended on leather brances not unlike those of the old Concord stage coaches of America Its balance is so perfect that a touch of the finger is enough to set the body swinging on the big creaking straps which brace the carved and gilded tritons supporting the drivers seat and hammer cloth The length of the vehicle is twentyfour feet and it is twenty feet high The elaborate carvings cost more than the carriage proper the coach builders bill alnhvg been less than 9000 while that of the carver was more than 10000 Something of the character of the ornamentation may be guessed from the fact that the art ist Cipriani received 1500 for paint ing the panels and that the late mak ers charge was about 4000 the crimson satin interior of the carriage being most elbaorately upholstered The preparation of the royal equip age for state occasions is a real sight Six pairs of milk white horses from the royal stud aro always used and all wear false tails The coachman in powder and curls mounts his seat with the aid of a ladder but does not really drive postllilns on the horses besideIz- f v A FAIRdIV J PROPOSITION To Bankers Brokers and Business Men You whose conservative training and whose business methods prompt you to look askance at any enterprise banking mercantile industrial or what not that promises to pay an investor or stockholder more than 6 7 18 or 10 per cent we have a word 4o say to you We know that you know that there are hundreds of enterprises In the United States and throughout the world that pay enormous dividends uprs on tho par value of the stock You know that there are monopolies which by reason of controlling a particular product make enormous profits You know that there are very few natural ponopolles in the world You know Briefly Proofs Towit I The statement made In the report of the United States Geological Survey that there ore but two quarries of Hhtograpnlc stone In the world ono in Bavaria the other In Brandenburg Ky Tune same United States Government report stating as well that for quality and dependability of supply the Bavarian quarries are not at this time dependable Again you know if you rend the advertisement referred to that the greatest expert In the State of Kentucky after examining our quarrystat ed over his signature that it was practically Inexhaustible As a fur ther proof of the puddle Insaid advertisement there was printed ov er tho signature of the expert engravers and transferors who have spent their lives in working upon lithographic stone positive statements to the effect that the stone from our quarry had produced work equal to any stone that was ever Imported from Bavaria You know that with the 9 foot ledge of llhographlc stone sell ing in the markets of the world at from 11 cents to 50 cents a pound is easily worth nut the 1000000 representing tho amount of our capital stock but into the hundreds of millions of dollars You will know If you will do us the kindness to read a copy of a letter tram Robert Mayer Company Importers of lithographic stonethat such testimony can not and Is not to be discredited You know and we most respectfully submit this proposition that no corporation could afford to make these statements that have been made by us In tho advertisement referred to and In our printed literature un less they were true because we are making them to our fellow citizens of this Commonwealth our next door neighbors and not about a property a thousand miles away and out of reach but a property within a few hours ride of nearly every citizen In Kentucky and the proofs we are offer Public Generally I If any of you failed to read the big advertisement appearing in theIlast weeks Issue of this paper hunt up your old paper or get one from We earnestly ask you to give yourself the benefit of the doubt obtain a copy of the big advertisement and read it or if you read it you evidently did not rood it carefully or If you read It carefully you evident ly failed to credit the apparently astounding statements made In It Let us have a hearttoheart talk with you This proposition is open to you also We accept subscriptions for as small an amount of stock as 10 shares Just to give you the opportunity Wo say to you that if you can make It for 500 shares which until April 15th you can obtain for 250 you will have secured a sufficient number of shares the Income from which will keep your family in comfort the rest of your lives and tho lives of your children and your childrens children We know that It Is a serious thing to ask a wageearner to Invest his savings in a corporation but we state without hesitation that ho may do so with perfect safety There is no risk in this proposition unless we foil to get the necessary money to buy the plant and if we fall to do this the Louisville Trust Company Louisville Ky will refund the amount of your subscription with 3 per cent interest added If we succeed in do Ing it you will share fairly and equally with banker broker capitalist Based upon the minimum estimate of dividends 1000 will buy 20 shares which will upon minimum estimated earn ings pay 1600 annuajly and the stock ono year after plant is in oper ation should be worth 16000 2500 will buy 50 shares and should earn 4000 annually stock should be worth one year after plant Is in operation 40000 5000 will buy 100 shares and should earn 8000 annually stock should be worth one year niter plant Is in operation 80000 t 10000 will buy 200 shares and should earn 16000 annually stock should bo worth one year after plant Is in operation 160000 50000 will buy 1000 shares and should tarn 80000 annually stock should he worth in one year after reduction begins 800000 100000 will buy 2000 shares and should earn 160000 annually stock should bo worth one year after reduction begins 1600000 There are besides the Government printing office 692 Lithographic printing houses in tho United States We can supply a certain ten of the 692 only and pay 15 per cent dividends on a million capital that any corporation anywhere fortunate enough to possess a physical property containing a product used all over the world and sold for a price representing forty or fifty times the cos of production should enrich its stockholders You know if you read the big advertisement In last weeks edition that in it a claim was made by this Company that it possessed a 9 foot ledge of lithographic stone underlying a 260 acre hill You know if you read said advertisement that no corporation possessing any kind of property never offered to a public greater indisputable proof as to its existence its character and its value than was fur nished in said advertisement I Ing we could not afford to publish if they were not true for the simple reason that the sources of said proofs are equally within easy reach of one who care to make an investigation To you as an individual and to your patrons and friends we say that you know that it would be perfect folly for us to make the following prop osition unless we are In position to back It up in every way Here Is the propositionIf claims and our statements be true we are offering a stock to the general public that will pay larger dividends than any security ev er sold in the State of Kentucky or any otherState that we know anything about Therefore we will agree to pay all expenses and 1000 per day for time consumed of any citizen of this Commonwealth or any other State who will visit Louisville examine our proofs of facts see the stone in the various lithographic houses of this city examine the work produced from It consult the engravers and transferers and experts who are re sponsible for the work examine the quarry at Brandenburg and after w such Investigation say over his signature that there is no foundation not simply for the general claim made but for specifically any claim that Is madeWe need the necessary capital to equip our wonderful property with the large plant necessary to produce an output for the worlds demand Every Individual who furnishes any proportion of this capital will earn a larger dividend on his Investment than any dividend paying security ever marketed In the State of Kentucky- As a proof There are 692 lithographic houses alono iii the United States We can furnish a certain fourteen ot this 692 and pay 20 per cent 4net on the entire capitalization What could we do by furnishing the 692 and other nations as well To the IneighborTo the WageEarner 1 and ourselves in the tremendous earnings of this company- If you are still wondering If such good fortune be possible and there is yet doubt in your mind you must have an acquaintance or friend in Louisville this city If so write to them and ask them to show you the courtesy to come to this office and find out for you if the claims that we have made are true or If you can come yourself the proposition made to bankers and brokers is to you also Bear in mind we are offering the first 100000 shares at 50 cents Im mediately upon the sale of the first 100000 shares we wUl give the order for the plant Immediately thereafter for the additional required the positively t In conclusion there Is no problem to solve We have proven the ex- Istence of a tremendously large quarry of lithographic stone stono that is worth more than the finest marble or onyx simply because it can be pro cured from but two quarries in the world one in Solnhofen Bavaria the other our quarry at Brandenburg Ky Write now making use of the coupon below Write today using coupon below W R Waters Pres German Lithographic Stone Co Kenyon Building Louisville Ky Dear SlrPlease send me the prospectus of your Company and full particulars together with a subsection blank and samples of Lithograph ingy Name A + 1 sStreet and No I s City r 2StateGerman Lithographic Stone Co7- 4T5 r men yon Bni 1 urcgrOULS v aalsrX r il I tt1- tI r d u- r yfo w f J J i 11 IOI H GOING AFtER PAPER TRUST An Extraordinary AggCega tlOI1 of LaW Breakers Asked From President Depart ment of Justice and Congress Washington April 25ACtual In- vootlgullon of the wood pulp and print ptper question Involving in prospttit mill lmmlnotlon Into the af fairs of the pUller Lust to determine whether or ndt It t I1S alleged by the American Newspaper PLllJIrs Association a combination in restraint of trade and maintaining II monopoly of the print paper supply in the United States was begun to day by the select committee appointed by Speaker Cannon Representatives of the committee of fifty ap pointed by4he American Newspaper publishers Association arrived in Washington today in response to a telegram sent yesterday by Chair man Minn to President Herman Ridder of the assoelatlonand Gener al Manager MelY1lle E Stone of the Associated Press inviting testimony The delegation from the associa tion appeared before the Investigating body at 2 oclock in the after noon and the presentation of the publishers case was at once begun by John Norris business manager of the New York Times Norris said he alyd his associates had come before the committee In answer to the sum mons of yesterday We appear said he as repre sentatives of substantially all the daily newspapers in the United states We consume at least eighty per cent of the newspaper print paper used In the United States We appear as representatives of the seventh largest Industry In the country an industry that has been menaced by an extraordinary aggegatlon of law breakers Norris declared his association had appealed to the house to the presi dent to the department of justice and to Congress for Immediate relief and for months had been asking for an opportunity to tell their story to Congress No USe to Die I have found out that there Is no use to die of lung trouble as long as you can got Dr Kings New Discevery says Mrs J P White of Rushboro Pa I would not be alive today on ly for that wonderful medicine It loosens up a cough quicker than any thing else and cureS lung disease even after the case is pronounced hopeless This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrippe asthma bronchitis and hoa seness Is sold under guaran tee at all druggists 50c and L00 Trial bottle free m Brooker Washingtons Early Home The first negro home that I re member was a log cabin about four teen by sixteen feet square It had a small narrow door which hung on rusty wornout hinges The windows were mere openings in the wall protected by a rickety shutter which sometimes was closed In wInter but which usually hung dejectedly on un certain hinges against the walls of the houseSuch a thing as a glass window was unknown to this house There was no fleer or rather there wits a floor but it was nohtlng more that the naked earth There was only one room which served as kitchen parlor and bedroom for a family of five which consisted of my mother my elder brother my sister myself and the cat In this cabin we all ate and slept my mother being the cook on the place My own bed was a heap of rags on the floor in the corner of the room next to the fireplace It was not until after the emancipation that I enjoyel for the first time In my Ufo the luxury of sleeping in a bed It was at times I suppose somewhat crowded in those narrow quarters though I do not now remember having suffered on that ac count especially as the cabin was al ways pretty thoroughly ventilated par ticularly in winter through the wide openings between the logs in the walls I mention these facts hero because the little slaves cabin in which I liv ed as a child and which is associated with all my earliest memories is typical of the places in which the great mass of the negro people lived a little more than forty years ago and there are thousands of negro men and wo men living today in combortable and wellkept homes who wilt recognize what I have written as a good description of the homes in which they were born and reared Probably there is no single object that eo accurately represents and typifies the mental and moral condition lOt the larger proportion of the members of my rate fifty years ago ae this same little slave cabin For the same rea son It may be said that the best evidence of the progress which the mace J Ntltsifig Jlofi11iS and- Oyerburdened Women In all stations of life whoso visor stud t titality may have lcm umertnined alill- i broken down by overwork uxaethtg social duties the too frequrnt hearing uf I children or other causes will find In lit Pierces Favorite Prescrlptlon the most potent invigeratinq restorative IItrength- jtlver ever doVlsed for their special benefit Nursing others wih find It ntneclal lIrcngtIsystem for babys coming In reairgthe ordeal comparatively pthtless jj- n to nr eon n o t r ale svRt tn e hate C you ealc women who sulTer from frequent headaches backache distress low down In the abdomen or from or irregular monthly periods gnawing or distressed In stomach dluT or spotafloatingpelvic prolapsus ante version or totrovcrllon or other mont of womanly fOIr weakness of parts will whether they experience I symptomsnslng faithfully and fairly persistently I Lr Pierces Favorite Prescription 111111 world ramcd tlrltclfic for woman weaknesses and peculiar ailments Is a npflvoalcohol in Its enta printed In plainEtiglirhonit41otie Plrcethisinvitesthe fullestInvestlge tlon of his formula knowing that It will agentsknown practiceweaknesses and ailments It you want to know more about the composltlo and professional endorse mentof the Favorite Prescrlptlontsend postal card request BulTalo N for hisTee booklet treating or same You cant afford to accept as a substi tute for this ojlmolln composition compontlO1 has made since emancipation is the character and quality of the homes which they are building for themselves todaytFrom Booker T Washing tons Negro Homes In the Century Shake off the grip of your old enemy Nasal Catarrh by using Elys Cream Balm Then will all the swelling and Soreness be driven out of the tender inflamed membranes The fits of sneez Ing will cease and the discharge all offensive to others as to yourself will be stopped when the sauses that pro duce it are removed Clean Illness comfort and renewed health by the use of Cream Balm Sold by all druggists for 50 cents or mailed by Ely Dros 56 Warren Street New Yor- kSmithNeill The handsomest wedding of the sea son In Central City was that of Miss Helen pryden Smith the beautiful daughter of Mr and Mrs George Smith and John Draumfleld Neill of Russellvllle which was celebrated Wednesday afternoon at 430 oclock at the Presbyterian church As the strains of the wedding march filled the church the attendants Messrs Dan Mahoney and Will Whittaker of Russellville passed up the middle atslo and were Immediately followed by the groom and his best man Mr Harvey Stroud a brother of the bride LIt tie Misses Ruth Stroud and Virginia Rowe nieces of the bride strewd roses In the path of the bride as she en tered the church on the armt of her father The bridal party was met by the Rev Walter E Furr and the en tire party stood In a perfect bower of cut flowers and palms and bloom ink plants while the Impressive cere mony was said Immediately after the ceremony the bride and groom left for Florida where they will spend their honeymoon Mr Neill is It prominent business man of Russellville Mr and Mrs Nelli will be at home after June I in Russellville The outoftown guests were Mr and Mrs Harvey Stroud and Misses Irene and Ruth Stroud of Staunton m Mr and Mrs Otto Downs of Livermore Mr and Mrs Dillas Drown of Livermore Mrs Dan Duncan of levier Miss Fanny Ham mond of Rockflel and Messrs Dan Mahoney of Lewisburg and Mr Will Whittaker of RussellvllleCentral City Republican The bride has many relatives is this country who will be pleased to learn of her happy marriage Good for Everybody Mr Norman R Coulter a prominent architect in the Dolbort Building San Francisco says I fully endorse all that has been said of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine It is good for everybody It corrects stomach liv er and kidney disorders in a prompt and efficient manner and builds up the system Electric Biters is the best spring medicine ever sold over a druggists counter n a blood purifier it is unequaled hoc at all druggists m THE BOARD OF CONTROL Of the New Tobacco Orgamlza- tlon Had Its First Meeting In Owensboro Saturday The board of controll of the Green River Tobacco Growers Association held its first meeting at the Columbus hotel on Saturday afternoon and re mained in session for two hours and n half There was a general discussion of the matters of the organization and especially of the qUHlon of acreage limitation It was i greed that the board would recommr nd strongly to all that they regard the 10000 hill to the hand limltnti u The mattrr Jt electing a secretary was defrrnc iO May 7 out of connsid- eratfrn to McLean county at the sug gertou of John Cullin who said his uunty would take action on the or ganization in county union next Tues day at Calhoun and he thought it would be well to delay that long Those In attendance were G A Wel ler J P Crabtree J A Jameson and Hiram Marksberry of Daviess S F Whiteley and J A Dellmaln of Ohio Henry Shafer and D A Drown of Hancock Dave Moorman of Bracken ridge John Cullin of McLean Presi dent Derry and VicePresident Ewing were also present President Derry stated that he had heard favorably from the Indiana counties and they had given assurance that they would act with the Green River organiza tion at least In the matter of hand ling and the sale of tobacco Itbe best of feeling prevailed throughout the meeting and the members of the board report the outlook as being very favorable for the new organiza tionMr Marksberry did not deem it wIse to remain at the meeting as the home warehouse company from the direc tory of which lie had recently tender ed his resignation was In session and had not yet accepted his resignation Mr V P Statler of McLean county was also with the board during itts sessionowensboro Inquirer Uucle Sam Wants Chairs Within the next month every factory In the city will be running to Its full capacity says a Grand Ledge Mich let ter The Government contract secured by the Crawford Chair Company for 18000 mahogany chairs has bed much to do with the new lease of life In the manufacturing circles of the town The chairs will be partially completed at Grand Ledge the finishing to be done elsewhere It is estimated It will tAke five months time to com plete the job The sideboards and tables will be made by the Grand Rapids factories and distributed to the various army posts throughout the country Slave of the Mlta Undismayed by the fact that had overtaken his first colony in America Columbus proceeded to plant a second colony on Hispaniola Hoytl but some distance away from the de solate site of the first He named this new city Isabella In honor or Spains queen He began work on It about the middle of December 1493 It was built facing a small bay on the northern shore of the island about twentythe miles west of the pre sent town of Puerto Plata It was laid out with streets and had several buildings of stone It may really be called the first Spanish city in America Some remains of it are still to be seen- Columbus had brought many things that he hoped would add to the com fort and activity of the colonists seeds tools horses and cattle Among others was seed for the cultivation of the sugar cane but the indolent na ture of the Spaniard cared not for work of this kind It was well enough to have the wields of cane yet not by the sweat of their brows should they be tended But the climate was so favorable to the development of the cane that it would never do not to cultivate it as they might miss a source of great revenue tnereby Con sequently the natives were forced in to their service Often it was at the point of the lash Neither sickness nor the attention their own crops need ed made any difference If they re belled they laid down their lives as a forfeit They became the slaves of Spanish masters The cultivation of the cane soon proved so profitable that other cole ooooooooooovooooooooooot Scoffs Emulsion strengthens enfeebled nursing mothers by increasing their flesh and nerve force p It provides baby with the necessary fat g and mineri food for healthy growth ALL DRUGGISTS 50o AND 100 OOO OOOo 4a Ci Vf ti iY fists arriving desired also to engage I in It This of course called tor more slaves So continuous waif the demand for them that soon the supply on happenedthem from the other islands There j was one class however too valuable I to be made slaves of the plan ations These were the gold seekers For un- dauntedI by the awful fate of their pre deccessors at La Navldad these sec ond colonists were led on in the same mad quest for gold From those who did not work in demanja gold from each person On first I thought this will seem not so large a tribute but when we learn how great and how many were the difficulties under which these poor people labor basIi the required amount and thus fell un- derI the lash or by the sword of their I tormentorsWhere natives had made a sue cess of the eullivationo f cotton the Spaniards saw it was to their inr terest not to take them away from their fields for cotton was then a- very valuable commodity on land Tribute was also required fromIIthese Indians In their case It an arrQa twentyellht pounds personIgold was paid each person recEJIed a i receipt in the shapeof a bit of metal with an opening In the center and a mark along the edge These they had to string about their necks If lost they lead the tribute to pay again If they could not pay it they were cruelly beaten or put in chains and thrown Into poison While Im prisoned some died of pain and fright others of starvation Those who ran away were hunted with doge and cruelly lacerated But the Spanish masters were too shrewd to put to death the slaves who worked their cane planta tions Now and then ono met such a fate through a sudden outburst of passion but as a general thing their lives were spared because of their value They were given heavy tasks to perform It they railed they were beaten and tome times mutilated with the sword a favorite Spanish weapon of punlshmen They were treated as the dogs and horses were treated until their spirits I were broken until their necks were bent to receive the yoke of slavery As a means of Inducing other set leIs to join the colon large tracts theseIslaves were allotted When the sup I ply on the Islands gave out raids were made upon the neighboring Islands NavldndIlmdI Carlbs Shameful to record these raids were made principally againstI the gentle people of the Bahamas against those who had so kindly and hospitably received Columbus and his men on their landing In America Some were taken from this very Island Guaanalmnt as the native ofI lit But these poor creatures all the treachery practiced to thEm and the pains and labor to which InItotheir homES and died Some lived to tm the soil a short while but others unable to bear the cruel torture of slaveryy ran away at the outset The dogs tore many to pieces othI ers were trampled to death under the feet of the horses A few lived to reach the northern shores of HIspan- iola Here they sank upon their knees stretched out their hands imploringly toward their homes and died of heart broKen with grief Others committed suicide some hanged themselves some took poison some were drowned while others threw themselves from high elms How terrible to read of these things And to some they may seem too ter tible to be true But they are all even more in the records of the old chronicles What is truly astonish Ing Is that some of then are Spains own historians Because of this plan adopted by Spain of distributing to her early col onists tracts of land to whichslaves were allotted they were called repartlmlentoe from a Spanish word meaning partition division Later these servants were called slaves of tb- mtta because of their forced labor In mines on plantations and elsewhere the word mlta havIng reference to the payment of a tribute It was as such that the poor Indians of Peru Vho labored In the silver mines were known and later the wretched peons in Mexico and Cuba This system of slavery was continued until follow ing a series of long and heroic strug gles the shacklES were struck front bound hands in 1873 and the mlta wasno longer an Institution of SpalnThe Childrens VIsitor IThe KInd You Kayo Mways Bought and which has been use for ocr 30 years has borne the signature or and has been madeunder his personal supervisIon since Its Infancy Allow no one to deceive you In this All OoanterreltM imitations and Justasgood are hut Expcrimeuts that trifle with nod endanger the health of Infants and Chlldrcnpericnco against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oll earc- goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pieasaut Itcontains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Dlarrhwa and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach nod Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The CWldren PanaceaThe Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signaturo of TIio Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years me otwyu ooYawv n LY11MT ST11ctT N cw 70111 Cfit- e 111 I i c OUR CLUBBING RATES= THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 1bO THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPU8LICU and Twicea Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAn and TwiceaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 TIlE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 TUB RElUIILICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 TILE REPUBLICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICANapital Surplus Profits1250p This is your Dank Como in DIRECTORS Gabe Likens Alvin RoweDurch Felix JIm Polk Stevens F Hoover t4 Ohio County Supply Col fiIirnoorporctcdl 9 4rtfozd Ky bi Hardware Machinery and all Kinds E i of Farming Implements bb fiWe carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you buy a Buggy you do not want to make a mistake In material and = 4 workmanship We handle only the best makes and can therefore tfi b1Agentfl and Moline with all repairs for same 5It fi A full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Roofing Myers Deep 9fi Well Pumps Cultivators Disc Harrows and Drills Also all kinds U 4of Field Seeds 9We handle the following well known brands of Wagons MUch M cq ell Mogul Blount and Owensboro Also Deering and Milwaukee 4ti Harvesting Machinery fi We sell the best Gasoline Engine on the market and Corn 94 Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same lAwn Mowers 94and Swings The largest supply house In Ohio county Give us a 4tcall Prices always equitable 9 fi w 1 r s- 1 1S14t Harttord Republican PRDPRIETORSc c= 40- RoUCh rzEPxoxrasFRIDAY It Is too early for prospective Democratic Cabinet members Congress does not want to bite off more battleships Ulan It can chew The State RepuaveaRion at Louisville next week promises tobe a warm affair After getting married and unmarrle several times some rich people get tired ot the sport This years hat styles makes us thankful that the women will wear halos In helen Instead ot hats There st gt be some opposition even In Washington to Senator Aldrich managing the Untied States Still no one Indicted or suspected ot night riding has been found to helonp to the American Society ot Equity Ohio County Republicans alnYs hold an orderly Convention and we ha11t any law and order league here either Governor Hughes is still after the gamblers In New York Looks like he wouldnt have time to run for President After next week the Republican slaw will be over for a while In Rel1tuck and then the Democrats will hold the boarJs U WeUmnn will potPone his next trip to the North pole until after the November election some defeated can date may accompany him In the County Mass Convention held here last Saturday the Fair banks people were clearly In the ma jorlty but no instructions were gli en In deference to the wishes or Mr- M L lieavrin who Is the OhIo county choice for member of the State Central Committee Louisville has again set a shining example to the rural deetrlcts In the Republican primary last Saturday Dr the way thIs primary was conduc ted by the crowd which was placed In power by the CItizens Club to whicr the Editor ot the EvenIng Post called our attentIon a few days ago First DemocratWhofathe Hart ford Herald supporting for President DemocrntDont know FIrst thelHeraldIt never comes out In favor anyone until the CourierJournal and the Owensboro Messenger unreservedlyl an nounce for them The Messenger has already announced for Bryan and the CourIerJournal Is hedging the way you may therefore expect the Herald to announce for him soon In an edItorial Monday the Owens boro Inquirer takes us to t1k for standing up for the perpetuation of the A S ot a without attempting to answer the argument which we set forth to show that the tobacco organ Ization which Is proposed by the Da vltSs County people will Ineventnbly destroy the SocIety ot Equity by dividing the forces We are unable to see It any other way although we are sorry to find the esteemed editor of the Inquirer disposed to crltlclse us for thIs position The InquIrer has always been a good friend of the So cIety The Hartford Herald has so little Influence In ItS own party that It would be delighted to have thIs pa per discredIted by the Republicans ot Ohio county It would have Its readers believe that the Convention here last Saturday turned us down We presume It thinks its renders will overlook Its own recording ot the fact that one ot the editors ot thIs paper was secretary and that the other one served on the committee on reso lutions in that Convention Hovever Inconsistency nor falsehood stand in the Heralds way when It attempts to carry Its point The Hartford Herald otherwise known as fair toter proceeds to make itself oontemptable some more In the following 0 but say wasnt that a wet dishrag swiped In the face ot the Hartford Republican by the county conventIon ot Its party held hero Saturday After screeching It self hoarse and almost busUn Its little suspenders for Mr Fairbanks the convention tailed to heed Its tearful warnIngs and did not Instruct for Seemed like litItIolUd1lngthat the convention was overwhelm i Ingly tor Fairbanks But out of deference to our townsman and frIend and the Herald proprietors kinsman Hon M L Heavrln who Is a aandi date for reelectIon as State Central Committeeman and a Taft support er the commIttee on resolutions decided not to recommend the Indorse meat of any candid aM for President If fair tot r really desIres to give us a square deal tree from misre- resentation p It can obtain the true Une up ot the oonvenUon from most any ono prorent It mIght ask its kins man and our esteemed trlend Mr William HRn111tQIi ot McHenry Supt James M DoWeese or former editor of The Republican J H ThomnsNar1 rows the tatter two named gentlemen beIng staunch Taft men Either of these gentlemen can Inform the Herald crowd whether Ohio county Republicans took any notice of what The Hartford Republican saidi havIIngcause ot anyone for Its party nominee will continue to chaw the wet dishrag about what Republicans do or do not do LOUISVILLE DISGRACE TO KENTUCKY It the city newspapers are to be re lied upon and of course they are 1 Louisville held one ot her many disgraceful primarIes last Saturday This time It was a Republican primary but that makes no difference It has been proven that In patty contests In Louisville Democrats will steal from Democrats and Republicans will steal from Republicans Democrats will assault Democrats and Republ cans will assault Republicans and the police wil- rsslault them all The papers record that even an aged Republican cripple an honorable citIzen last Saturday was sct upon by a socalled officer hIs wtch kicked from under hIm and the poor man otherwIse abused whilE trying to exercise the rIghts ot the citizen The writer happens to know yam HJflan and he Is an inoffensive honest old line Republlcan The newspapers also record that bal lot boxes were stuffed voters driven from the polls and other unspeakable outrages commItted at the home ot the KENTUCKY LAW AND ORDER LEAGUE WO ciii3hd that the PresIdent or the State Lilw and Order League call a meetIng at once to look Into those vaci- latlons ot the law and to offer rewords for the convilon ot the guilty We- aiso suggest ttiadn view ot past fall urea upon the part ot Loulav1l1e coUrts In many Instances to bring offenders to justice that some method be devised to transfer the cases to country districts for trIal where some sort ot semblance ot law anal order prevails and where the judges are elected by an honest ballot and unpurchasable electors Neavrin Wins Committeemin ship According to reports Mr M L Hoar ran candidate to succeed hImself as Ropublccan State Central Committee man from the Fourth distrIct has been elected over Den L Druner by a vote of 115 to 82 The counties and their vote In the Fourth distrIct follow Counties Heavrln Bruner Dreckenrldge 24 Dullitt G Grayson 22 Green 12 Hardin 17 Hart 18 LaRue 9 Meade 4 4 Marion 12 Nelson 13 Ohio 31 Taylor 11 Washington 14 Totals 115 82 SMALUIOUS April 29Rev G H Lawrence of DEnver Damfllled his regular appoint ment Saturday evening and Sunday mornIng at Smallhous church Mr S W Dllbro Matnnzas attend ed church at Smalthous and dIned with his brotherInlaw Mr Alonzo France Sunday Mr and Mrs Derry Bishop near South Carrollton were the guests ot Mrs CuldlIa Addtngton Saturday night and Sunday and attended church at this place MIss Ethel Hunter Is the guest ot friends In and near Centertown this weekMrs Jut Ross and children MIsses Dera and Belle and Master Layton were the guests ot her brother Mr Virgo CurtIs and family Saturday nIght and Sunday Mr So1rn C Igleheart Is quite sick at his home near here Mr Bob Billings and wle and Mr Pros Elmer and wife have gone to Tennessee Mr Herbert Ball wife and baby ot Ceralvo Mr Mlt KImbley and nifeand Finis IglelJoort and wife were the guests of their parents Mr and Mrs William Dan Saturday Mr Pres Wood and daughter MIss ofMissMiss Amy will spend the week with her aunt MIss Maggie Hunter j SiOEIr HOLDERS WILL REASSESSED sy To PaYiDepositors of Defunct Owensboro Bank Davtess County Bank and TruSt Company May Come out All RlgbtiJ IL- T A Pedloy receiver for the Ow ensboro SavIngs Dank and Trust cons pany whIch suspended pttyment son eroldays ago and whIch Was tasiPrl day placed In receivers hands by order ot court took formal charge o that institution Monday The receiver has not time yet tamlllarlze himself with the affairs ot the bank and can make no state meat until he line done so Collections will be made as rapidly as pos sible but dividends to depositors courtJonly be paId under orders ot the Depositors cannot hope to realize anything for some weeks probably months Complicated with the affairs ot this bank ire those ot a number of allied corporations and the receIver has no I small job before him There Is much speculation In the city ot what per cent ot their money the depositors will eventually I get but until the assets of the bank are thoroughly examined and carefully appraised no sate guess as to this- can be made It Is taken as n foregone conclusion however that the capital stock ot 5203000 and surplus ot 50000 will be entirely wIped owl dou1bleling law will be assessed to the full amount of their holding In order to I save the depositors and nobody Is I nIthingtruth and It Is now ot no avail to I hold back any of the facts There wits no apparent change 1111 the situation Monday for the Dariess I comPUY1Underwould ho resumed a number of depositors from the country came In hoping to be tibia to withdraw their money but they were dlsaildoihtedi President Anders l announced tt all who applied that he stlll hall no I funds but hoped tai be able to reslJmc payments In a few days He Is earnestly working to brIng about a better condItion it Is the common belief among bankers and financiers that the assets ot this bank are good principally but consisting In large part of farm mortgages they are slow and cash payment upon them cannot be speedily realized A number or Instances of people who had In the past few weeks became frightened at reports of trouble In the Owen boro SaYing bank and withdrawn theIr money and deposited It In the Dan less County Dank and Trust company- are related It Is understood that one ot the Depositors In the Datiess County Danl drew hIs money out to help sate the Saving bank LATER The Davless county Dank and Trust company at 730 oclock Tuesday night filed a deed of general aSSIgn ment In the Daviess county court naming Henry ClIne as assignee Mr Cline has made arrangements to execute bond and will take charge ot the bank at once a a Loses Part of Brain and Lives London Ky April 7Wlth two bullet wounds In his head a part of his braIn lost and a number ot pieces of bone removed from hIs skull Elsy Langford wounded In the battle nt Mt Vernon Rockcastle county on Sat urday still lives and the doctors say he has a chance to recover Langtord was shot four times twice In the head and twice In the shoul ders by former DeputY Sheriff David Clark For some time he was thought to be dead but fInally showed slgne- ot life Dr H V Pennlngtoncif London a surgeon happened to be11i lIt Vernon at the time With the assIstance ot Drll Paugh Lvell and Southard he performed unusual and delIcate operation ot taking the bullet from the brain One ball had entered the forehead ranged down and split In twp One pIece came out and the other lodged against the back skull Soon after the operation the patent rallied became conscious and may recover Langtord Is about 39 years old and Is marrIed 0ORDApril 28Mr Tom Westerfield and wife of Adaburg vIsIted Ollie and Ira Taylors family Saturday and Sun day Mr Bottle RIchison and Fbnnte BlaIr vIsited theIr aunt Mrs DetUe Chino of Heflln Sunday She is very felt There is nohnuch hopes of her recovery Mr Dickens and wife of Maan visited Mr J V Taylor and family n- nruxr 6 You Will Be Well t Dressed J rr For any place any company any occasion if dressedsin IHar Schaffner Marx ljClothes We make aspeciaIty- lof nobby stylish upto= date Suits j for young men I andboysAll of us wear our sum= mer suits much more than we do our winter gojmore we wear weIwear go more we must have a new Spring Outfit Our new Spring Suits are making good with everybody who takes the time to look to buy and to Wear Let us show you how youll look in one of our new Spring models This store is the home of good clothesa iE P Barnes k BrosBEAVER DAM KENTUCKY Saturday nIght and Suday- Messrs John Trogden Fred Lyons and Bennie Blair went fishing In Darnetts Creek near Heflin Friday Saturday night and Sunday The storks are getting very numerous In thIs neIghborhood They vIs Ited the home of Mr Sam Rhoads Thursday the 23rd brInging them n tine girl and Mr Herbert Mitchels the 26th wIth a tine boy The parents are all smiles Miss Carulla Kirk returned home Friday from Clear Run where she had been vIsIting relatives the two weeks pastMr Charley Tichenor and family ot- RutSellvllle are visiting Mrs Tlch enors parents Mr J D Holbrook and other relatives They will remain tW weeksMr Pendleton Holbrook made a fly Ing trip to Owensboro Monday Messrs John BlaIr and 1L F King went to Hartford Tuesday on business Our Sunday Sohool Is getting better every Sunday Battle of Slate Riffle EdItor of the Hartford Republican There are lots of men and women up to the years ot maturity that nev er knew that there was n battle fought In OhIo county during the war of the rebellion On the memorable day ot July 12 1863 Captain WlUson commanding the union forces and Captain Yates The writer knew Captain Wilson In person I have seen him ln battle before the battle of Slate Riffle Hill was fought He was brave ns a lion and when in a battle he had no quitting sense When ho heard what Mrs Sutton said he dismounted and told Cn11t lJIWe to send 20 men with him and hold the rest of hIs mon in readiness He then dismounted and advanced up the bill It will be remembered that he did not waIt to lee how many men that Its had He said come on boys and UP In to the woods ho went with his men all stringing on behind and soino of them never did overtal n him The first man that Wilson saw waS a well dressed man holding a fine large black horse Wilson raised hIs 16 shooter and drew a bead on his white shirt bosom and was pressing the trig ger when he made a little moyemegt to one side and alayge tree covered his body from his Isht Wilson- dlscovered another man sItting on a 9 I r 1 1 i f rock with gun In hand apparently as commanding the Confederates forces me hTe rebels come up the Owens boro road when they arrIved In the neighborhood ot Slate Riffle Hill thes arrested a weUknown citizen by the name ot Conn Sutton and took him prisonerFrom Suttons farm they marched In the direction of Hines Mill which Is now Dundee When they arrived at the farm ot widow C Midkllf there they stopped and turned square to the left and went up on Slate Riffle Hill dismounted there to rest a while we would suppose CaptaIn Wilson and Captain Little who had been giving chase to the reb bles came up and when they arrived at the widow C Midkiffs they were informed that the rebelS turned and went up the bill and Conn Suttons wife followed on to see what had become ot her husband She informed CaptaIn Wilson that the rebels had carried her husband off prisoner and told Wilson not to hurt her husband though The was on guard Wilson leveled his gun upon him and fired The rebel teover forward dead Flue was the first shot of that bat tle That released Conn Sutton as this man was his guard So Conn Sutton mounted his big black horse and went down the hill like a thunderbolt Wilson moved on up the hill That shot alarmed the rebels Captain Yates the rebel commander advanced In the directIon of where the shot Was fired He saw CaptaIn Wll son advancing Yates stepped behind a tree and Walled until Wilson came up wsth1nthree feet and then stePPed out and threw a revolver down In WJ1son face and d you are my prisoner Mere the two commanders stoOd taco to taco Wtlsoa with hIs heavy rittflin hand Yates with a hoavy rerlverinhand COntinued Next Week I Ladies Social Clnb Entertained t Mfaij F Vickers and Mlle Matte Samderfur were loBte6 t8most do lightfulmeetlrig of the Ladles Social Club Wednesday afternoon at the homo of tiles Sandertur Cut flowers were arranged most artistically through beingI IIY winning ten games A most elegant luncheon was served In twb courses The ladies present to enjoy this meet- Ing were Mesdames n P Taylor Henry Fields Laura Wnrrlner Clar ence Koown John T Reynolds George LewIs A E Pate Heber Matthews E D Pendleton E E Blrkhead C E SmIth Hooker Wdlliams Z Wayne Griffin C lilt Barnett R E Leo Simmerman J S Glenn W H Bar nes S J Wedding A S Yewell George Feagan R D Walker J Der ry W S Tinsley Rowan Holbrook J R Phipps Misses Llzzie Miller DebbIe Taylor ElsIe Matthews TIny Yelser Bessie Glllispie LettIe Marks Stella Woerner Margaret Marks Hat tie Barnett Laura Mbnton- MAGAN r April 29Rev Fuqua tilled hIs reg ular appoIntment at Pleasant Hill SunVday The Sunday School at thIs place i Is progressing nicety MIss Sadie St Clair of Dundee spent Sunday here with her sister Mrs Charley Mlles The stork called at Mr William RogerS the 2th and left In Mr and Mrs Rogers care twIn baby boys Does Y ur- HeartBeat dayDoesor bad blood You know for healthbadt you know precisely what to AyersSarsaparilla endorsed It for 60 years IonllhIherbloodKeepfadb rJeyreoLowerMuso lllaDiItoIUU of ILlljerstJA IR VIOOR CURl PCGTORAL I w uTe eo eortl We ubUaJ1 u fbnaDlN fs1 our msdlelnu J tpcIILT1s J T iii t = 1 BUSTR HIS BED RESVED 3LiEPMTIYoU IlNDB1j rTTHgNiOEST fort lfssmAN THEReusllWfMVE IIDWctRE A1WAYS WAKf ih g5otm Watching the with eyesall of the time for years has us able to get the right stuff this community Goods have not been sold to us we have bought them We own them cheap we sell reasonable We are one firm that makes profit on our goods Dont you want to deal with store that makes reasonable profit and is wide awake all the time We think the list below will your eyes PRICES FOR SATURDAY MY Best YardWide 53c YardWide Hope Bleach 9c Amosdeag Apron Check Ginghams 73c Ladies 15cent Vest 9c Fastblack Hose 15cent values 9c Lace Stripe Hose 20cent valnes lie Black Taffeta Silk98cFi- vecent Scotch Lawns 4c Do your shopping with store that is wide awake to your interests and that offers unpara alleled GO SCHROADER COS SPECIAL BARGAIN PRICE LIST FOR WEEK Bbl best Patent Flour 570 Bbl Straight Patent Flour 540 Pounds best Lard 100 Cans Peaches 25c Peck fine eating Apples 40c Pounds Evaporated Apples 25c Pound best Black Pepper ISc lOc packages Cream of Wheat 25c Regular 15c package Oatmeal 9c Gallons good Coal Oil 70c 10 Pounds Keg Soda 25c Pounds extra good Roasted Coffee Packages Jumbo Bluing 11 Dozen Sweet Oranges Hartford Republiua FRIDAY MAY it Illinois Central RailroadTime iJ1 Table i4t North Uuiiuil it No18rdo4OOamNo122du12SO HolOJdn 43pni k I 0i a a 1 a I t 1 1 9 2 1 3 1 3 5 1 7 7 2 1 r 1 V Moillh Biillliil Nol Uu USlHui No tin due 248 ni NolM dnf 8iJp tn f iBring your Eggs to Carson Co Hats that are in style at Barnoard COB For Rush Park j unrivaled garden see see U 8 Carson For the best 50c and 100 1 ldrtso- a11 on Oarson Ie Co Telephone your orders for groceries direct to T Io Royals Chickens ButtertBrlng your Eggs and Hams to Barnes Lyons i ThMresnesV groceries will be found at T Le9R Main Street 0F VlBmanBacon and Lard con fltantly oti hand nt U S Carsons t3I r The Masbhs and K Ps hope to ccupytbeir new hall next week Is the timeeen your xiousVGet your wire from Jim Lyons e rof The continuedwet weather is greet M retarding farm work ail over Ohio fCounty 1fybji lore looking for the at the correct price buy at Car- sonI Cos v t i have the goods for yoife spring JJBult and outfit In general rit Iv i OARNARDi COjv4 v V vss4n + KIr oF f 1 I I c f tJcmFITYOU OUT RAIMENT CfflttR CflN ul I W gus1 market both made for them opeii Hoosier Domestic Sleeveless 125value bargains THIS P correci Regular 25c 011 Cans 15e Regular BOo Fruit Kettles 35c Regular 25c set table Tumblers IOe 2 Boxes Carpet Tacks lic Remember we handle only the bes groceries and everything is fresh Our prices are always as low as we can possibly make them and any time yoi will give us an order we will guarantee you satisfaction WE PAY CASH FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE and appreciate your trade SCHROADER CO- Hartford Ky Bring your Eggs Chickens and Butter to James Lyons Capt and Mrs GW Feagan have returned from Baltimore after a shorn visit I am headquarters for Ice Cream Freezers Best on the Market Price reasonable JAMES LYONS The new bowling alleys of the Ma sonic and K of P club are provlni very popular v For the most complete line of La dies White Dress Goods and Silks visit Carson sit Co Mr Wm Muzey has returned froth a trip to Dawson Springs greatly improved In health Rev Jones filled his regular appoint meat at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening It you are looking for comfort add quality comblnedi buy the W I Douglas Shoes at parson Gos tar D Bi Thomas left Monday for Dawson Sprints where he will spend- a week orHendaye for his health Go to Barnard Coos have a seat- ODthe seW and let them titan up todate pair of Oxfords to your feet Miss May Rogers has accepted a po salon as assistant postmaster at Beaver DainrlunderFfpgstmasteE P- Taylor l i- l Every shade we miae to your order Is hung perfectly uPQ a guaranteed spring roller See us tOt estimates BARNARD CO The new City Council Is going t naker some good streets for Hartford anIDiprovimentwhich has long Teen needed j V I f IMrs John Reynolds Greenville Kj is the guest of Dr and Mrs A S JreIJ bur David Moreland has moved ht family back to his farm on Nocrce for the summer Remember you can got any size Shade and any color you mny wnnt at Barnard Cos j All orders for groceries will be promptly filled and delivered on appl cation to U S Carson I Dr E W Ford accompanied by h18 son Master Edward returned from Ohdcago last Saturday WANTED10 or 12 teams to work at grading Hartford and Owensbor road 1 mile from Hartford 40t2 MAY is BARNETT We are better prepared to fit you In Clothing than over We have all size in Novelties Blue Serges and Blacks CARSON CO So far the cold weather has failed to serlouty injure the fruit crop and the pnxspecta arc good for a boun- tIful supply Dont forget the Trio Amusement Co tonight at Opera House Moving Pictures Illustrated Songs Horn Scenes Admission 25c and 15c I Reward 5000 for the arrest of the thief who stole flowers and bulbs from I grave In our lot at Oakwood cemetery W M FOREMAN We have a complete line of Ladies Woolen Dress Goods in all shades Ranges In price from 25e to 125 CARSON CO Housecleaning is the order ofth day Let us furnish you your floor coverings window shades and lace curtains BARNARD CO The ladles all call for the Smith Sterling Oxfords Why Because they get both comfofrt and style tor the same price CARSON CO I Tho grading on Union street has been let to Black and Birkhead at 18 cents per yard There will be about lCOO yards of dirt to move All the latest books Inthe rotating library at Cleve Ilers Memberhl fee of 150 makes you owner of you choice volume which after being yea can be exchanged for any other volum on payment of lOc Childrens day will be observed at the Methodist church on the 3rd Sunday in May at the Sunday school hour A special musical program will be arranged for the occasion To Insure promptness parties desir Ing their paper changed from one pos office to another must give the office to which It is now going as well as the one to which It is to be changed Messrs Tilden Taylor and John LlndleyMatanzas John Blair Bufon M B Barnard West Hartford Jas T Davis Sunnydale and Esq S ft Render Centertown were among our callers Tuesday- I call a meeting of the Fordsvill magisterial district at Fordsvilleo Saturday Mny 2 1908 at one p m Want all locals of the said distric representedJ T OVERTON Chm n Mrs Frank Peyton formerly a res- Ident of this place but for the past several years has been living in Denver Colo is the guest of her mother Mrs A C Ellis and other relative rear town The Trio Amusement Co7 which gave me of Its uptodate entertainment ast night at the Opera House will be here tonight with a change of program Everything is first etas I and with home scenes makes a de ideal hid with all the people The revival services which have extended over a period of three weeks at the Christian church closed last iFonday night There were sever Additions to the church The sermon by Rev Hudspeth were enjoyed barge audiences at each service Mr R L Tweddell and family left on the We Three Monday rooming tor Calhoon Ky where they will reside In the future Mr Tweddell Ii I a firstclass blacksmith and he antI Lis family have many friends here who regret to lose them from our midstMrs Mary Pitman of Balzetown wife of Josh Pitman was brought before Judge W B Taylor Tuesday i jury was empaneled and she was adjudged to be of unsound mind and wa irdered to the asylum at Hopklnsvllle ho was placed In custody of Jailer Uener to await the coming of an at cadent of the Asylum to convey her to that Institution Mr James Ben Brown a highlY respected citizen of the Equality negih irhood died Monday after a lI- ng illness of brights disease After funeral services conducted by Rev Love his remains were interred ii I the Equality cemetery Tuesday Mr Crown had been a consistent and ac tivo member of Equality Methodist ihurch for nearly fifty years He It survived by a wife several children and a hot of Relatives and friends At ASacriflce Six DurocJersey yearling boars choice Individuals at twenty dollars 11 cachme of Jhem will weigh close to three hundred pounds f PARNARDMcHe N 11 C ocr w AGREEMENT HAS BEEN REACHEfi Western Kentucky Coal Operator and Miners Committee come to Terms Through the efforts of T L Lewi National President of the United Mtn Workers of America who succeeds John Mitchell to the presidency less than four weeks ago a settlement of the difference between the coal miners and coal operators of Westen Kentucky has finally been reached A scale of wages to cover a period of two years and rules and regulation governing the mines and the miner were agreed upon by the subseal committees representing both sides It is only necessary now that the action of the committees be accepted by the miners themselves and it wUl be submitted to them for ratification There seems little doubt that it wil be accepted and the men are expec ted to return to work next Monday after twenty days idleness The agreement provides that the present scale of wages shall preval for the next two years except that the punch machine helpers who now receive 188 a day shull have their wages Increased to 2 It was also agreed that the shot flrers whose employment is provided for by the Wright law passed by the last Legis lature shall be paid by the mlners Loulsvllle Times Among The Lodges Hartford No 675F A M expect to meet in the new hall next Monda night for the first time There will be considerable degree work and a large attendance is expected Rough River No 110 K of P held an important meeting last Tuesday evening It was decided to have UW decoration services the 4th Sunday In May and a committee was appointee to invite Rev Wright to deliver the sermon The following committee were appointed on flowers Knight James Sanderfur T R Barnard and B L Taylor On music Knights R D Walker Z Wayne Griffin J R Pirtle and E E Birkhead The Red Mon held a call meeting Wednesday night for the conferring of the degree work No other busi ness was attended to but the Chief were quite busy Great Sachem Pag sentJ Kimmel of Peocuwa Tribe of Louisville to assist in the wort All were highly pleased with the InI strucilons ho gave There was work inI the adoption Warriors and degree after the degrees had been put on a lunch of corn and venison was served The council was well at tended A number wero present Iron Beaver Dam and from the new trib there A tribe was instituted at Beave Dam last Friday night by Past sachet Chintz Royalty with 20 members The degree work was put on by the Rock port tribe Beginning at 2 oclock p mMon Jay the local lodge of the Independent Order gf Odd Fellows conducted 1m pressiveAunlvereary ceremonies at ME sonic Hall concluding at 4 oclock One of the enjoyable features was a beautiful solo rendered by Miss Ire s tie Rlley The members with their In Invited guests then repaired to the New Commercial Hotel and enjoyed a excellent lunch While in the dining room Mr VanNorte the photographer secured consent to make a flash light picture of the scene Most all mem bers of Acme Lodge were present and enjoyed the presence of the following visitors Mr and Mrs W T Woodward Mesdames Y L Moseley L A Ralph L N Gray 0 M Shultz Jno Wes Taylor G B Likens A B RI ley Misses Hettle Riley and Ethe Black Messrs E L Bulllngton T H Black Fred Anderson C E Morri son and members Weaver Brown ol Rockport lodge A C Yelser of Beaver Dam lodge and Ira Plrtlo of Cen tertown lodge At night the first and second de grees were conferred at which the following visitors were present W H Bean of Centertown lodge and S F Riley of Beaver Dam lodge Acme Lodge was instituted February 24 908 and is making splendid progress Public Sale will offer for sale at public auc 1I at my residence In William Saturday May 2 one Mare and Buggy one good Milch Cow and entire lot of Household and Kitchen Furnl ure Also a lot of other things too numerous to mention I will alsore elve seal bids from now until May 2 on Shares of Capital Stock In the VlllIams Mines Amusement Co and Lot in East Hartford Addition lone to take place soon Will separately or together I n- erveI the right to reject any and all bids Information on request Terms 5 and under cash over 5C months time with note and approved security CHAS R CARSON S 7t st e jj fi I NOTICE4DR 9 GRADUATE VETERINARIAN i- fi i- rj HAS LOCATED AT Sv4i And If your stock Is hurt or slckcall or phone at once Dont wnlt e 49 ift 1Stock Needs Attention the Same as Men HAVE YOUR WORK DONE BY A MAN THAT UNDERSV 0 fi HIS BUSINESS AND SAVE STOCK AND EXPENSE rfi o = Office Dodsons Barn Center StHartford t corcrTrTi FrawirwYa rYrUV 4d 9 I DONT GRUMBLE Spring assured grass ahtime things need time looking around for nicer goods than we carry No use We are pleased to show you our just now y for we have better for less than ever before Readytowear Aluslins j Hose Embroideries and many little esflto sentials constitute our long just at present I I SPECIALOur Clothing stock is becom ing more lar as it is better known Nothing likethoroughac quaintance to PI learn the real advent The greener suggest some will buy your newer o goods goods suit r6 popu day value of a Suits and 1 ess Trousers best by every test n- BARNARDCOi o Ky o 0 LYONS PRICES Three lOc cans Corn20cTh- ree lOc boxes Oats25cTh- reo lOc lOc glasses Apple Butter25c Three 16c bottles Tam Three roc Glasses Honey 25c Three lOc cans Baked Beans Three lOc boxes Sardines 25c 3 boxes Flake Hominy 3 bottles Extract 25c 8 doz Sour Pickle S doz Sweet Pickles 31bs Prunes Three 10e Cakes Toilet Soap 20c Three lOc boxes Louse Killer 20c 2 cans Quaker Oats 25c 3 boxes Evaporated Apples 2 boxes Vitos 25c 2 boxes Wheat Berries law 2 sets Teaspoons IDc 1 set Teaspoons lc- One 25c pkg Poultry Food 20c One Soc pkg Poultry Food 7 bars White Ribbon Soap 7 bars Jumbo Soap 7 bare Swifts Pride Soap 25c 7 baro Swifts Pride Wash Tea 9 bare Toilet Soap 7 boxes Sardines 25c 2 2qt coffee pot 5c 1 3qt coffee pot 7c 1 Be tin wash pan 3c 1 lOc tin wash pan iCc is now sun will shine brighter the a get and ev cry now for will of the new you Jto Do not waste 0 betterb values and o money the o thing Schwabs Dutch a stand Hartford CASH glasses jelly25cTh- ree 25c 25c Mustard 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 35c 250 25c 25c 25c Oil Un tin 2 5c dippers Cc 1 lOc dipper Cc 1 10c enamel pudding pan Tc 1 lOc enamel wash pan Tc 1 15c enamel wash pan lOc lOc and 15c vegetable dishes Sc lOc and 15c vegetable bowls Sc lOc and 15c baking bowls Sc lOc and 15c cream pitchers Sc 25c pitchers ICc C5c set cups and saucers i COc- CCc set Plates 50c 65c set glasses 50c 45c sot glasses 25c 100 bowl and pitcher SOc 150 bowl and pitcher 11- 0tln framing chisel 15c lin augers IHc lln augers 25- olln augers 2uc 21n augers 25 One lot heavy hinges 3c per pair Door locks mortise locks and butt hinges at greatly reduced prices lOc box axle grease 74 25c buckets grease 20c lOIb buckets grease COc 151b buckets grease soo 251b bucket grease 110 1 300 box stock food 200 Many other things too numorous to mention at your own price Come first and get choice L JAMES LYONS Hartford Ky I 4 Ita3 A1a aYS + sFF7 d tr INDIVIDUALS DELINQUENT IN PAYMENT OF TAXES Returned by the Sheriff of Ohio County for the Year 1905 The following Is II correct list o the delinquents allowed at the jur term Ohio County F4sca1 court Jan 1906 for years 1905 EAST HARTFORD Allen J T1Poll 100 Ashley D T1poll 100- Dozarth Joe 1 poll 100 Chinn Lee 1 poll 100 Davis Albert 1 poll 100 Ensor G T1pall 100- Fielden E C 1 poll 100- Frlzzel1 S M1poll 100 Fields T C1poll 100 Griffin Emmett 1 poll 100 Griffin James 1 poll 100 Howard Monroe1 poll 100 Howard Sylvester 1 poll 100 Howard Rubin1 poll 100 Howard W L1pall 100 LUes W 01poll 100 Morman Claude1 poll 100 Morris Jesse75 1 poll 175 Moseley R F1poll 100 Wash Arthur i Iwll 100 Wimsatt Tom A1poll 100 Pool Ceo 1 poll 100 Renfrow Robt 1 poll 100 Rock Shelby guardian 120 120 Russell Barrett1 poll 100 Reddish Tom1 poll 100 Stevens Clint1 pail 100 Simmons Elmore 1 poll 100 Taylor E M1poll 100 Travis Ira 1 poll 100 Travis J H1poll 100 Webster L W1poll 100 Wright Chas 1 poll 100 COLORED LIST Duke Ed 1 Poll 100 Ford Gordon1 poll 100 Gordon G W 1 poll 100 Jackson Henry 1 poll 100 Morton Jas E1poll 100 McHenry Thruston1 poll 100 Taylor Lent 1 poll 100 Taylor Dud 1 poll 100 Taylor Amos1 poll 100 WEST HARTFORD Bennett E R1Poll 100 Burton Cicero1 poll 100 Durnett Rev J A1 pull 100 Carpenter RichardI poll 100 Carpenter Owen1 poll 100 Caseller J T1poll 100 Davis Gentry1 poll 100 Ellis Ceo E1poll 100 Hudson Alfred1 poll 100 Hudson Jas 1 poll 100 King John 1 1011 100 Marks Robert1 poll 100 May Frank 1 poll 100 Miller L C1Iwli 100 Lartin J V1poll 100 Miller Rev W T1poll 100 Skaggs Balam1 pull 100 Tucker J351 poll 135 Yeiser N A1poll 100 COLORED LIST Collins Henry Snake 1 Poll 100 Dupee Iienry1 pall 100 Coons LEm 1 poll 100 Griffin Kern 1 poll 100 Hines Steve 1 poll 100 Hines Leslie 1 poll 100 Lawrence Abe 1 poll 100 Lawrence Robt 1 poll 100 Morten Jas 1 pull 100 Park Joe H1poll 100 Park Wade 1 poll 100 Sullenger Geo 1 poll 100 DEDA Bryant J W111011 100 Cantrlll Rev J W1poll 100 Fuqua R C1poll 100 Greenlee E L1poll 100 Hampton Homer1 poll 100 Hoover Mosby 1 poll 100 Martin Gilbert 1 poll 100 Sharp Albert1 poll 100 Stewart W H1poll 100 Stewart J W 1 poll 100 Sapp henry 1 poll 100 Shown Alonzo 1 poll ioo Wesbrook Jno C1pull 100 Whlttnker R L1 poll 100 Ward Joe B1poll 100 Ward Edmond 1 poll 100 COLORED LIST Gibson Chas 1 pull 100 SULPHUR SPRINGS Allen G W1poll 100 Acton R B100 1 poll 200 Crawfort J C50 1 poll 150 Crawford R H1poll 100 Grant L B500 1 poll 600 Hall Lonnie 1 poll 100 Kelly W E1poll 10a Lee R T1poll 100 Likens Wm 1 poll 100 Loudon Jacob 1 poll 100 Likens J R1poll 100 Lewellen Jerry 1 poll 100 lllartin W L90 1 poll 190 Miller James 50 1 poll 150 Peach G M1poll 100 Smith E A1poll 100 Sptnks W S1poll 100 Stevens T J1poll 100 Smallwood Sam 40 1 poll 140 Twedell Harllu1 pull 100 Wilkie O B1poll 100 Wedding T V1poll 100 COLORED LIST Himes Horace1 poll 100 MAGAN Babblt J S1poll 100 Dray Richard1 poll 100 Clark G 311poll 100 I Evans D R1poll 100 Greer Allen 1 poll 10O Hamilton Alonzo 55 1 poll 155 Hinton s B550 1 poll 655 Hamilton J W1poll 100 Hnnsplker Netter 1 poll 100 M Cord L T1poll 100 Midcalf Henry 1 poll 100 Midkiff W B1poll 100 UdkUf Wm 1 poll 10- Midkltf 0 Ira A1poll 100 Rogers Wm 1 poll 100 100f100yStone Ed 1 poll 100 Westerfield J C1 poll 100 Wright G A1poll 100 CROMWELL Combs J N1Poll 100 Davis D1poll 100 Dunn Clarence 1 poll 100 Douglas J H1poll 100 Havens H W B1poll 100 Hodge C P1poll 100 Jenkins P M 1 poll 100 Lindsey G R1poll 100 Oglesby J K1poll 100 Pirtle J A 1 poll 100 Reynolds Wm 1 poll 100 Plummer D C1poll 100 Rogers J M 40001 poll 140 Rains Robert 1 poll 100 Sulser Miss Ne1Be30 1 poll 30 Stevens Wm 1 poll 100 Taylor II C1poll 100 Taylor M F1poll 100 Taylor R Cpoll 100 Torrence J N 1 poll 100 Wilson C A1poll100 White C1poll 100 Torrence D H1poll 10a Taylor S F1poll 100 Shultz Loreuza1 pull 100 Beasley W T1poll 100 Barnes W H 1 poll 100 Carson John 1 poll 100 Porter Corey 1 poll 100 COOL SPRINGS Daggerly W1Poll 100 tlallard Quinton 1 poll 100 Daines Joe 1 poll 100 Cmpfltld Zeb1poll 100 Dooltng Jack 1 poll 100 Green J J 1 poll 100 Herrel H M 1 poll 100 Hines Luther 1 poll 100 James J V 1poll 100 Lee Den T1poll 100 Lewis Jas 1 poll 100- Mefford H L 1 poll 100 Simpson Wm 1 poll 100 Simmons Richard 1 poll 100 Smith Bowling1 pull 100 Taylor E1poll 100 Taylor Elbert1 poll 100 COLORED LIST Drowning IVm11011 100 NORTH ROCKPORT Arnold C E1Poll 100 Anderson Virgil1 Iwll 100 Drown Claude 1 poll 100 Ball Mitchell1 poll 100- Byers Jamaes1 poll 100 Bailey Mattie1 pull 100 Bennett EmmersonI pull 100 Decker Alonzo1 poll 100 Decker W T1poll 100 Deeter Clyde 1 poll 100 Gray Thomas 1 poll 100 Granvllle Win 1 poll 100 her Robert P 1 poll 100 James Jpoll 100 Klnoade Pleasant1 poll 100 Maddox Albert 1 poll 100 tiller Merdith 1 poll 100 Nelson Jas A1poll 100 Ross Claude 10 1 poll 110 Raymond J W 1 poll 100 Spicer Hlce 11011 100 Turley Ed 1 poll 100 Vernon John 1 poll 100 Wells T B1poll 100 HECk Jno J1 1 poll 100 Decker Alonzo1 poll 100 Robertson Albert1 poll 100 COLORED LIST Austin Goo 1 poll 100 Baker James 1 poll 100 Collins James 1 poll 100 Davis Henry 1 poll 100 SOUTH ROCKPORT Bennett Wm J1Poll 100 Drown A A1poll 100 Drown Henry1 poll 100 Dratcher Owen 1 poll 100 Balls Orvill 1 poll 100 Cook Harry 1poll 100 Cltve Eddlt 1 poll 100 Curdwell Tom 1 poll 100 Carmomun C E1 poll 100 Decker W IV1poll 100 Decker Evan 1 poll 100 Dawson Jerry 1 poll 100 Downing James 1 poll 100 Downing John 1 poll 100 Engler Earl 1 poll 100 Eler Joe 1 poll 100 Ford Allle 600 1 poll 600 Goodwin Homer1 poll 100 Hines C C1poll 100 Hooper R W1poll 100 Hazelip Van 1 poll 100 Jarnagtn Clarence 1 poll 10 Keog Albert 1 poll 100 Lewis H B1poll 100 Mtnton Garnett P1poll 100 Miller Fount 1 poll 100 Miller Tom 1 poll 100 Mason Dud 1 poll 100 McCormltt Frank 1 poll 100 Russell Wm 01poll 100 Rickett Jno A1poll 100 Stoudfleld W E1poll 100 Smith Wan40 1 poll L40 Shaver Harley1 poll 100 Sherwell Sam D 1 poll 100 Ttchenor Dan 1 poll 100 Ttchenor Herbert 1 poll 100 Ttchenor Wm 1 poll 100 Torrence N B1poll 100 Turpin Ed 1 poll 100 I Ru49 4 I7 Wakeland James 1 poll 100 Williams 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T1poll 100 IAwtry Den F1poll 100 AWtry Jno F1poll 100 Deasley A J1poll 100 Baize E C1poll 100 Baize Jno G1poll 100 Burden J 131poll 100 Darnard Arthur1 poll 100 Clark Jno D1poll 100 Craig Lon 1 poll 100 Craig A L1poll 100 Curmtckle F F1poll 100 Campbell D C1poll 100 Dehart John 1 poll 100 Dennis Solomon1 poll 100 Dobbs Jno 1 poll 100 Hall V W1poll 100 Hall Jos C1poll 100 Hines J B1poll 100- Hohelmer G W1poll 100 Hart J H1poll 100 HammQns A P1poll 100 James Lee 1 poll 100 Kuykendall G W1 poll 100 KUYkendall Dave1 poll 100 1001Minton1 poll Peach Harrison1 poll 100 Peach Willis E1poll 100 Peach Fountain1 poll 100 Bailey Jas W1poll 100 Raymor R P1poll 100 Raymor Tilford1 poll 100 Stewart Robt H1poll 16b Stewart Richard H1poll 100 Stewart J A J1poll 100 Shroader Elfsha1 poll 100 Continued on Seventh Page 29 YEARSb1 Of Honest Business Reputation iis Back of Every = b- itUONt71MtENTE bSOLD BY us lot l- AOE0 rdlSGHEL SONS9u =PROPRIETORB =I Owensboro Monumental Works E 41412U4 E Molu St Yards 214216218 Cloy St lit lit t OWENSBORO KENTUCKY lit b 4 Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You lit Money on All Good Honest Work = J ONE OF THE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of Woolens is waiting your choice at our place We eau suit the most particular man Come over to our place just as soon as possible and we will certainly make it inter esting for you without even asking for your order We have the nerve to think that you will ask us to measure you even without saying a word to you about it because our samples and prices talk for themselves We also clean la dies and gentlemens clothes in a satisfactory way f CLUB RATE 100 PER MONTH e Dont Forget the Place THE PANTIORU M WILLIAM ROBERTSON Prop n SURE CURE For All of- I STOMACH LIVER a KIDNEYS Chns up I The Cause of Many I j Sudden Deaths There Is a disease reValllng In tM I country most dangerous deceptlve deaths are caused b- yIIheart dlseae pneumonia hear failure or apoplex7 are often the resut- of kidney disease It kidney trouble Is at lowed to advance blood will organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles most always result tort aderangement of the kidneys and a cure II r6btalned quickest by a proper treatment 0- 1t the kidneys If you are feeling badly yor can make no mistake by taking Dr the great kidney liver and I to hold urine and scald lag pain In passing It and overcomes thai unpleasant necessity of being compelled to- go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for its won derful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot Is pleasant to take and sold byall dr ggb In flftycent and onedollat mayhavethis wonderful new discovery and a book that tells all about It th- ekidneypolsonot vital Kllme- rtSwampRot remedyIt bothHome of SwampRoot sent free by mall Address Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle I JAMES C BENNETT r a Box 125lIarUord K- yLICENSED AUCTIONEER Iwm sell any and all kInds of prop arty In Ohio county Terms reasona ble Your patronage solicited SeldomWear Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve painnot only once but as many tunes as it is necessary to take them Many persons who suffer from chronic ailments find in them a source of great relief from the suffering which they would otherwise be coP1 palled to endure Their soothing influence upon the nerves strengthen rather than weaken them For this reason they sd1- idom lose their effective- nessI sufferedforrheumatism and neuralgIa palpitation ot the heart shortness ot breath sleeplessness and pain around the heart The Dr Niles AntiPain Pills have been a blessing to me I dont what I should do wIthout them and they are the only remedy I have ever used that either did not wear out In less time than I have been us Ing themh or else the Injurious results were that I would be obliged to cease their use ROBINSONa7Dr Mlles AntlPaln Pills are sold by your druggist who will guarantee that Ittails25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co ElkhartInd KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE TtlE LUNGS KingsNew II FOR s CPBra but PBIC1III AND ALL THROAT AND LUN TROUBLES BYOBKOJl1n DlnlRSIv N i Pl wC1O1fUARRTT OEuj BARNETT SM1THh ATTOItNEYSAT LAW HARTFORD KY rill practice their profession In all theyc- ourts of OhIo and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals Special at tentlon given to all business entrusted to their care Collections and the Prac tice of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office in Republican build lag FRANK L FELIX rr Attorney atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In and adjoining counties and In the Ohioi of Appeals Criminal practice and loetlons a Specialty Office In the Hrt aid building L CHAS M CROWE 4 LAWYER HARTFORD KY U Will practice his profession fn all courts of Ohio and adjoining and In the Court of Appeals Special LbeItentlon given to criminal practice to collections Office In old building on Center street JNO B WILSON A1TORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY SpecIal attention given to collections making abstracts c also Notary Public for Ohio county Office north side public square R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practicq In the State and Federal pensionsJtcAlso Notary Pubilu for Ohio crunty Office over Williams Drug Store M LIIEAVRIN EIINRS1 WOODW All HEAVRIN WOODWARD Ofeyg atLaw HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession In aU the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention given criminal practice and collections Of flee next door to Dank of Hartford YANCY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAw HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In all th Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Also No tary Public Office over First National Bank W R UAmmS S A ANDERSOC BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersIgned announce that they have formed a partnership or the practice 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- glvenlpeclal attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE MIS SUSIE MAYA graduate of Owensboro City Hos-pital has located i- nHARTFORD timesResidencephone No137 JOHN BLAIR 0 Buford lb LICENSED AUCTIONEER Will sell any and all kinds of properly In Ohio county Terms reasonn pIe Your patronage solicited I rROCUoR Dtw o0DND s== F Fraei noe how to o pIenl trove mar I e0plrtghueto IN ALL COUNTRIEI Mrsws j Y Patent and Infringement Practice ExclulrIrWrite or rome a fie IsI taste ODsWASllINOTON I AReliableRemedy Elys Cream Balm le quickly absorbed Ols Relief at Once sootheslheal the diseased mom fromCatarrh a Cold In tho Head quickly Re stores Senses of CATARRH i HAYFEVERI clsatDruiIstst pr r y 1y w L 1 i ir r 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Shrewsberry Sr George 1 poll 100 Igleheart B T 1 poll 100 EAST FORDSVILE Awbry G F 1 poll 100 Awbry F C 1 poll 100 Bruner C J 1 poll 100 Cheek George1 poll 100 Crowe J C 1 poll 100 Clark J P 1 poll 100 Cook G M 1 poll 100 Clark George M 1 poll 100 Craig Clarence poll 100 Dalton F G 1 poll 100 Doan Tom 1 poll 100 Doogalns F A 1 poll 100 Doogans C H1poll 100 Dewitt Huston1 poll 100 Dodd William 1 poll 100 Fleener W M1poll 100 Frange Jas 1 poll 100 Guess JJ 1 poll 100 Gaither W W1poll 100 Harl Willis 1 poll 100 Harl Willis Co430 1 poll 430 Heddln J E H1 poll 100 Heddin Joseph 1 poll 100 Heddln E Jr170 1 poll 270 Hardin Red 1 poll 100 Jones Tom 1 poll 100 Key Jno M 1 poll 100 Likens J T440 1 poll 540 Litsey Fred 1 poll 100 Long M W 1 poll 100 Murphy Calvin95 1 poll 100 Murphy G S1poll 100 Murphy J F1poll 100 Mathews a W Sr1 poll 100 Mathews E M1poll 100 Oiler A R1poll 100 Purcell C A1poll 100 Perry R H 1 poll 100 Pool Tom 1 poll 100 Pool J J40 1 poll 140 Pool Wm 1 poll 100 Roberts Wm 1 poll 100 Rusher Grant 1 poll 100 Robey Jno W55 1 1011 155 Spinier B D 1 poll 100 Spurler Owen 1 poll 100 Spurler Rolla 1 poll 100 Smith J H1 poll 100 Smith Jas 1 poll 100 Smith R L1poll 100 Smith Jno A1poll 100 Smith Virgil 1 poll 100 Spencer Jno 1 poll 100 Stewart J D1 poll 100 Tindle G W L1 poll 100 Turpin Jas 1 poll 100 Warner Geo It poll 100 Whiner C W1 poll 100 Wllburn 175 1 poll 275 Wise Malcom 1 poll 100 Woosley E T1poll 100 Continued Next Week +The Lucky Quarter- Is the one you pay out for a box of Dr Kings New Life Pills They bring you the health thats more precious than jewels Try them for headache biliousness constipation and malaria If they disappoint you the price will be cheerfully refunded at all drug gists m A Subtle Difference- Mrs Blank wife of a prominent min- Ister near Boston had in her employ a recently engaged colored cook as black as the proverbial ace of spades One day Mrs Blank said to her Matilda I wish that you would have oatmeal quito often for breakfast My husband is very fond of 1t He is Scotch and you know that the Scotch eat a groat deal of oatmeal Oh hes Scotch is he said Ma tilda Well now do you know I v as thinkin all along dat he wasnt ides like usWomans Home Com + panIon for May The Experienceof a Poultry Dealer Only in recent yarn has poultry keeping taken a place among recognized Industries Many of the successful poultry men of today were not experts when they began but had to learn by experienceIn to Sloans Liniment for poultry diseases writes E R Spauld Ing of Jaffrey N H a disease called roup is ono of the greatest drawbacks in raising poultry It is somowhat similar to distemper in a horse After trying and experimenting with about everything recommended I found that t T Uwposted on comparative values it demands THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER t The fact that The Smith Premier Typet writer is used in every civilized country on the globe is not so important as the further fact that the demand increases year after year The reputation of The Smith Premier is worldwide Worldwide use has made it so The Smith Premier Typewriter Co Inuorpore tesd t 821 Pine St ST LOUIS MO COASTER BRAKES sa Imands IN EACH to exhibitsSamplemaking money fast Wi or idlparlialarr and wlofcrat once l Weshiptoallow TEN DAYS FREE TRIAL during which time ride the bicycle andput It to any test you wish K you are then not satisfied or do not wish to make I than any other factory We are satisfied with IIDO profit above factory cost at and equipment of at AaliMe usual rltailJ 50 The retail frice of then tires it sJ lrair hi to WI will 11IIyou pairlor fI8Qcash wilh orderf4JS NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tacks or Glass will not let the air out thousand pairs sold last year Over two hundred thousand pairs now in use DESOHIPTIOHl Made In all sizes It Ldlvet and a never tmullllIguaranteebehindyour factoryyrscwsndnjuAylowfrwea atdoublebutusuallytreestogieHEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPROOF SELFHEALING TIRES ridineverydutableandlinedlnsidewith porotuandwhichcloses upsmall punctures without allow Ing the air to escape We have from satis hduponceresistingqualitiesbeinggiveaby tread The these Cr for advertising PUrpose4 we arc makln special facto price to you A and s 1 vv I the tire other We a 5 the price 8465 per pair If you send FULL CASH and enclose this advertisement We also send one brass hand pump Tires to be at OUIl expense If for any reason they are not satisfactory on examination We ore perfectly reliable and money sent to us Is as as a bank you order a pair of these tires you find that they will ride easier run faster wear and look finer than any lire you have ever used or seen at any We know you so well that when you want a you give us your We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable offer IF YOU NEED TIRESdont thick tread liASV nickel better at for a the special introductory quoted above or for Tire which and all makes kinds of tires at about the I DO NOT WAITbut write us a DO a pair of tires vou the new we are It only costs a to learn it a I Fl + td 11d b3 Fri Yea WFd D + 9 i + to + ++ + 1 + 1 + + 4 + Sloans was the I and for and I it for cankoi in the for Sloans free on and S 615 Boston In Rev F of says 1 Arnica for on my old wound and it the in the I use it suc cess in my 25c at all m PAIR TOWI perfectly Sin when our and promptly alllUodl regular introduce alamlll regular TO 80el It ItItowill any makeSOFT ELASTIC and 11approvalwill that will will tire buy any kind any price until you send tires on approval and price write our big and Catalogue and half usual postal today NOT OI BUYING le11 anyone until know and wonderful offers postal everything Write NOW L MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL 1fqFgi3 FFhF3 FFFFI FI1q F1i + i THE KENTUOKYI I Light and INCORPORATED Power Co 1 WILL WIRE YOUR HOUSE RT COST IELECTRIC LIGHTS ARE CLEANI + HEALTHY AND SAFE NO HOME OR BUSINESS HOUSE SHOULD BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN INi REACHiIM L UFAYRIN Manager kt MH iHiH Liniment speediest surest remedy roup can especially recommend windpipe Send Dr book Poultry Ad dress Dr Earl Sloan Albany Mass asp- Best Health the World Starblrd East Raymond Maine have used Ducklens Salve several years army other obstinate sores and find best world too great veterinary business Price druggists receive catalogue SAMPLE INTRODUCE ONLY district beautiful Notice rubber outlast 1CIDING WITH OltDBlt returned price pleased bicycle PunctureProof palrofll Sundry describes THINK making J i i i Horses Cattle Hogs Street healer with IEXPERIENCE TRADE O MARKSI qltltrfa sitetcn and description may our opinion ree an Intention Is probably patentable Communion tloolltrlct on Patents patentsPatentsifl Hxrtal notice without charge In the Scientific Htitericati A handsome Illustrated weekly Lamest drcnlatlon of any sclentlllo Journal Terms 13 a MSodbyannewedealersUNN 511 a nt ID2IlEl c P mTa Oho County Circuit CourtToF BIrkhead Judge Ben D Ringo Attorney Oscar Midklff Jailer Ed G Barrass Clerk Frank it Felix Master CommlsslonerY 1 Mose ley Trustee Jury Fund It B Martin Sheriff Hartford DeputlesS A Bratcher L P Crowder W C AShley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March and August and continues three weeks and third Monday In May and November two weeks County CourtW B Taylor Judge W S Tinsley Clerk E M Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly CourtBegins ou the third Monday In January April July and Oc toberCourt of claims convenes first Tues day In January and on the first Tuesday in October Other Officers N Moxley Surveyor Shrove S W Leach Assessor Rt RnyJamca DdWeeseSchool Superintend CoronerrJingoJUSTICES COURTS- J H Williams Beaver Dam March K June 23 September 21 December 24 W P Miller Horse Branchaiarch 26 June 23 September 25 December 2t W S Dean Dundee March 27 June 26 September 1C December 27 W R Edge Fordsvllle March 2SJun 2 September 27 December So- B S Chamberlain BedaMarch 23 June 25 September 28 December 29 Herbert Render Centertown March 30 June 23 September 23 December 30 John H Mlles Rockport March 31 June 30 September 30 December n HARTFORD POLICE COURT GlennCltyAttorneyconvenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church Soth Services second Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m and Ith Snday 7 p m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist ChurchServices held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday everylhrsday SundayInRev Bozarth Pastor Christian Church Services every fount flevWSchool Trustees HartfordC M Crowe J S Glenn W S TlnsleyC M Barnett W S Tinsley City CouncllJ H Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk S K Cox Treas urer R E L Slmmerman C M Bar nett E E Ulrkhead Wayne Griffin Hooker Williams and Ernest Ellis SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A Ma sons meets first Monday night In each month C M Crowe W M D E Thomas Secretary everythirdR Riley High Priest Uoscoo Render Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knlghtt of Pythlas meets every Tuesday night R D Walker C C R C Porter K of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M meets every Thursday night C P Keown Commander D E Thomas uec ord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 I O T M Meets first Friday evening and third MrsEkeeper Preston Morton Post No4 G A R holds regular meetings Saturday bolt the first Sunday In each month F r AnderattiAdJtOhio Tribe No 1SS Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednes day nights In each month Isaac Foster ley Sachem J rfey Foster Chief ot RecordsAcme Lodge No 339 I O O F meets every second and fourth Mon day night at 730 G B Likens N G O M Shultz Secretary CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of The Safest and Quick est Way to eMolley IS BY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE For Rates Apply to Local Mgr Cumberland Tel Tel Go isconroniTED T D RENFROW DENTISTAll workin his line executed by the most Improved methods Crown and bridge work a specialty All work guaranteed Office up stairs next door to Woerners shoe store Hart ford trb rW x n fia f cMyr r e H iii lvell- A rff GLAND SAYS I NO ALUM IN fOOD and strictly prohibits the sale of alum baking powder So does France So does Germany The salt of alum foods has been made illegal in Washington and the District of Columbia and alum baking powders are everywhere recognized as injuriousTo protect yourself against alum when ordering baking powder Sadpaing I ROYAL I and be very sure you get Royal Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar It adds to the digestibility and whole someness of the food ai m MIST Of DARKNESS EN SHRUUIIIS TRUE EQUITY Daviess County Determined to Role the Roost or Ruin the A S of E To my Equity brethren ff Ohio coun ty anti adjoining counties I want to offer a few thoughts In my feeble way at prtrsont of very vital Importance Boy we know that our demands are JUlt and our plan to effect It cannot bv neat it the God of the Universe Mould come fl11wn to this old sincurs- ed llIrthof ours and suggest one Un lrn he should say to his peoplo as he did In the days of Moses when he rntn fI quell and manna from Heaven fur br1r Inllslstmce In the wilderness Ih Yfj rlfl11 months ago It seemed f4k thp IIqy of dollvertmco had come hu how Is It today L IJarlmess Is fast spread m Can YII serf the cause yes yes s plain to he seen Just look back t aU other grand and noble peformes hd see thr course of their abloutlan tad Com en14on- Tht ltllttt4r and tricksters for the nke of greed have always been and ire now the cause of all of this rouble tha lxlHts now and that always dId exl t- Kow ixlys can we stand Idly by and not protest against such device to destroy our grand and noble union In orrr to make serfs and slaves out of thE present and future generations i say leu wo stand Idly by and not protest ngalnst this and be true JHl loyal to our country nol nol a boy ti U know where these troubles have cane tram and for what purpose they have come We are sorry to say that Utttre are but few clear minded Iwpulty men In Daylcss county sad our eympnthy reaches out for themW ere now speaking from u prac Ucol attdpndnt we have been with those people and knwo what they will do and whet u man lees is what de termtnee his delny with mo and not whut Iw toys- Now boys I have been with these folks In the last three meetings and they have made me think ono hun dred times of old Jeremiah of old They arc all old political sheenles and a cot of llOnot Equity men have liS little showing In Da- vlbs county as a saint would have In hell Now boys they are determined to rule or ruin and to ruin the A S ot E Is as plain to me ns a billy goats tall and we are sorry Indeed that some or our consecrated true Equity men have gone tnw the camp with the enemy Wo want to say to our County Prsident that we want him to calla County meeting soon and make it a broad call toall WI wnut to meet our boys once more and plead with them to stay In the middle of the road and stand for Equity and nothing but Equity first last and all the time Boys we want you to get your local square up In the harness We want to pay up our dues and go on to suc cess We are In a better shape to succeed now than ever before We can run our own business In Ohio County and do betters business without that troublesomo click anyhow Wo have boosted Owonsboro and Its surroundIngs enough let us boost our own county for a while What do you say bj6 They say they have got the to1r IPOWDER brains and the money That Is all rlpht let us have principle and honor and give our people justice for It will prevail Yours for Equity J L MILLER April 26 1908 Masonic and Knights of Pythias Barbecue Hartford Masonic Lodge and Rough River Lodge No no Knights ot Pytli Its have chartered the Hartford Fall Grounds for Saturday Juno 201908 at which time the two lodges will join In giving the biggest barbecue ever given In Ohio county The pr8ceeds- of same will bo applied to the completion of the no w hall In Hartford The Masons will have one of the best Ma sonic speakers In the State and the K of p Lodge has made arrange ments to have one of its big State speakers present The Ohio Bounty A S of E Order has been especIally Invited and It Is expected to havo its State President Hon J Campbell Can trell present The lodges have employed the best bress band to be found to furnish music and arrangements will no doubt bo perfected for some good racing and fine show horses A committee has already been appointed to furnish edIbles for this occasion All the secret socIeties In Ohio and adjoining counties will bo Invited rJudicious PraIse No heart Is Insensible to words of praise or the kindly smile of approbation and nono are utter ly above being effected by cen sure or blame Children are particularly senslue In this respect Nothing can discourage child more than a spirit of Incessant faultfinding and perhaps nothing can exert a more baneful In fluouco upon parent and child If your little one through the day has been pleasant and obedient and you say to him my son you have been good today and I am very happy and with moro that usually affectionate embrace you say good night my dear child a throb of suppressed feeling fills his heart und he resolves on al ways earning such approval If your grown sons or daughters have uccom- IIUshed some dtificult piece of work rendering your essential assistance or have climbed seine step In the dally drill of study or have acquired some new accompltshmentor better than all have gained victory over some bad habit acknowledge It see it praise them for It Let them see by your added tenderness the deep joy und comfort it gives you Titus you will create Incentive to right conductnnd lay a broad foundalton for character which shall be redolent with succulent fruit and fragrant blossomsAshlond Commercial CLEAR RUN April 28Tlle entertainment at Mr Hardin Hoaglands last night waS quite n success Those present reported a good time Little AUbrey and Ersel Newcomb visited little Everett Murrdy one night last week Mrs O R Ttnsley and children of Wushlngton negihborbood are visit Ing relatives hero this week Mr and Mrs Archie McCann vIsit ed Mrs McCanns parents Mr and Mrs C C Hoover Sunday Mr J R Henry Taffy Is the guest ot Mr McKelvio Murray today Mr Luther Hoover and family of Taylor Mines visited relatives hero low days last week la Er 1JI 1 I April 28Col RENDER S nrient Lelteh field and Granvlllo Stewart of Sun nydale were hero last Wednesday G B Roll was In Beaver Dam last Wednesday Mr and Mrs J V Morrison and son Arthur wont to Whiteuvillo last ThursdayW Peach was In Iloslu last Thursday Albert Thenls of Taylor Mines and Dr George F Chapman of Center town were here last Thursday Dm Rhoads of Beaver Dttm and G W Sallee of KIngsland Ark were here FridaytMrs E E Durton went to PrenUs FridayJohn T Main and L T Millard were In Loulsllle Friday and1Satur dayMiss Isabel Fair spent the Itay In Hartford Saturday J Dick Baker of Taylor Mines was here Saturday Mr and Mrs McDowell Fair spent the day in Hartford Sunday Cleve Johnson of Galveston Tex was here Sunday the guest of Miss Nellye Harris Ed Hughes of Central City was hove Sunday Manroo Dalze was In Horse Branch SundayThomas Harlan Luzern and Clar ence aker Taylor Mines and J R Likens of Rosine were hero yester day Miss Frances Fillmore went to Mer cors Station yesterday John Miles of Vine Grove and Dr J O McKenneyof Taylor 1ltnes were here today Mrs John S Spence and Miss Eddie Roll were In Beaver Dam today Mrs William Douglas Is visiting In Dundee at this writing Simon Stephens leaves hero May 2nd for New York City from which point he will sail on the 7th for South Wales Great Britain his native home where he will visit relatives and friends for a few months lIe will sail on Steamer Celtic of White Star Line We all wish him n pleas ant voyage across the mighty deep Mr and Mrs Mack returned to their home In Mercers Station to day after visiting relatives here for the past two wekes SImon Jones Is laid up at this wrIt Ing with a badly sprained knee by a fall which he received II few days agoThe boys are having a good time riding freIght trains now while all the mines are on strike BEAy RDAMt April 9Rov Virgil Elgin filled his regular appointment hero Sunday mornIng and Night The rmordth League Social at the Methodist church was a success and highly enjoyed by all present Miss Ltzzle Stevens of Rockport spent Sunday with her parents hero Mr and Mrs Clarence Ashby of McHenry spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J W Pate Mrs D G Young entertained the Ladles Social Club at her home on Sat urday afternoon The Rail Road office force ot this place has been reduced from six men too two men on account of the slack In business and the shutting down of the Coal mines the block system has beeen discontinued Born to Mr and Mrs D L Miller 01 the 24th a boy Mr and Mrs J K Adams have moved to White Plains whrro Mr Adams has a position with the R R CoMiss Isabel Dean of Owensboro Is spending a few days wIth her parents here Casco TrIbe No 264 Improved Order of Red Men was organized last Fri day night Tthero were about 160 members present from various ndlgh boring Trlllcs tile Rockport Tribe dId the most of the work In a very nice manner Tho following officers were elected J D Williams Sachem Dr S D Taylor Prophet T J bforgan Sr Sagamore Morton Williams Jr Sagamore Joe Sweatt Chief of Records M D Maddox Keeper of Wam pum H Pentecost Collector of Wampum There were about 20 members In all Tho Odd Fellows Lodge on last Thursday night took In about fifteen new members There were many vis itors present from various lodges OLATON April 30The snow last night was Quite a surprIse and the farmers ore blue about the fruit crop Mrs Dr C W Felix and daughter Milss Garnett Mrs Ernest Wilson ant little daughter Clare and Mr Alva Faught and wife dined with Mra Jane Payton Wednesday Mls J F Allen Mrs Leta Pnught and Mrs Martin Nabors and daughter Miss Mayniee spent Wednesday artenoon with Mrs N J Faught Mr S H Payton Caneyvtl1e spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Jane Payton In Loving Rememberance Of George Roberts our dear Grandpa who departed this life February 71908- He was 90 yoarsthree maths andfour days old y- Ho will bo sadly missed by his neighbors and friends but we could I t I It I noteYish our loved one back egain In weIcity of gold Weep not dear children but think of the hope God has given though parted on earth we may meet in heaven Precious ono has Ie t us here on earth but alas we will meet In heaven Lonely are the hours and sad are the hours since our dear one lute gone But ohl ho has gone to brglhter home than ours Weep that his toils are over Weep not that his race Is run God grant that we may rest as calmly when our work Is done when wo leave thIs aibrld of sorrow when we leave this world of care wo shall find our miming loved one In our fathers care God In his wisdom htiJ recalled the bloom his hove had klveu and though his body slum bers hero his soul Is safe In Heaven His Granddaughter A V B ResoJutions of Respect Whereas God In his Infinite wis dom has called the spirit of brother J C Ellis Therefore be it Resolved That In the death ot broth or Ellis llefln L U A S of E has lost a true and honored member the community a good citizen and neigh bor his family a kind husband and Indulgent father and his church zealous worker And while we shall rules him we real Ize that our logs Is hIs gain and we bow In submission to the will ot our Heavenly father who dooth all things well It Is further resolved That n copy of these resolutions be furnished each of our county papers for publication one copy presented to his family and that we set apart a page of our record In memory of our brother N M RUSSELL A V ROWAN T F TANNERCommittee Rows ThIs We offer Ono Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Thlodo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for tile last 16 years anti believe hlan perfectly honorable In all business transactions and fi nancially able to carry out any obli gations made by his firm Wadding Kinnan MarvIn Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken internally noting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testionials sent free Price 76 cents per bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con sUpation TV IIERBERT April 28Rev Norris btshbrook of Masonvllle preached at Panther Creek church Saturday night Misses Clam Brown Lulio Jenkins Etta Burdett and Mr Vince Newman Pellvllle atteI1J1cd church here Satur day night Mr Oscar Nuckols and family of Mr Wave Bartlett and family fathtor Mr Orlan Flowers and family of- Patesviilewero the guests of Mr Jno Bruners funlly SaturdaY and Sun day MiSS Myrtle Burdett and brother Earnest attended church at Pellvllle Sunday Mrs Mug Skinner Mr Walter Skin ner and family took dInner with Mrs Amanda Stewart Sunday Ma and Mrs Robert M Miller went to C W Phillips yosterday Mrs Dorlna Williams and daugh ter MiSS Mattle of Ownesboro spent the past week at Mr rHaynes Owing to excessive rains farmers are unable to do much plowing very little corn planted Miss Hallie M1l1er ant brother Mr Oscar of Nuckols spent yesterday In Whltesville visitedaMr George Barnetts family Sunday Mr Karl Floyd wife and son vis ited relatives In Owensboro Saturday and Sunday Mrs Lewis Morrison was the rocip lent of a surprise birthday dinner SundayMiss Etta Burdett Pellville visited her uncles Messrs Jas and Obo Bur Idett OASTODA Saturday- S a lout th- eguture of nThe Kind You Have Always Bought TOO LATE FOR LAST WEEK CENTERTOWN April 22Dan Southhrd and wife of Island are hero visiting relatives Harry Ball and John lsham Da vldsons Station spent II few days with us this week Mr MdllUln one of our railroad contractors Is doing some grade work In LivermoreEll and wife of Carml Ill recently visited their parents J M Shnckletts family ot this place W A Tichenor has rented and moved to a farm In McLean County Dr M M Dexter of Louisville Is here visiting his father J S Dex ter J A S1 Clair Is having a beautiful residence erected J D BIshop has completed and mov J ed into his new homo on FIrst Street J A ReneOr and fhmlly of RenderA have nioved to their homo hero Our little town than a 2 banner Sun day School nttondnnle laSt Sunday over 200 some of the most enthusiasV tic workers here that exist 4- We are Very much disuttisffed wIth our late school law It will be detrimental to our school work if we un dorstand properly the full force of the now law Resolutions of Cernho Loral Union No 1643 Resolved That wo request that the County President roll n mass meeting to convene at Hartford on the 20 day of May 1908 for the purpose ofoon- sillering the new organization and In structing our finance committee to makes wles for the 190R crop of tobacco by samples at the different ware houses In the county LEE IIILL Sec In Lovlnp Remembrance Of our dear Papa and Mamma James and Sarah Lee who died In the month of February 190- 1ttIDear parents the Idol of our hearts We lovo you still and weep for you And lift our tearful eyes to Him Who called you from your home To live beyoud the skIes Thou host left us parents dearest You have gone from your dear ones Your children and your friends For whom you willingly tolled And loved as your own life You have left behind many broken hearts That have no speech but tears We bow our heads and sadly weep Wo 1OUSloop on my precious dear ones Deep In your silent grave Our tears cannot bring you backITo our poor aching hearts But will meet you never more to part Oft around YOUt grave we lingerjWith cherished sweet flowers like you oftenIOh how hard for us to leave you Without one smile of your dear face Lord give us strength our loss to bear The Lord gave and the Lore hath taken awayfOur door Papa and MammaIOh God grant eternal And ever let thy eternal light ShIne on their lone and silent grave i FLORENOE c I V V V Attention I p I Farmers1 I We Have Just Put Into Effect a V I New Schedule Effecting4 = Line Connections I bIy Iour new Iithere is no reason why every farmer in this I 1IiillIiIi ill 3VIROUGH RIVER TEL CO aI1 rCOFQPOI ATEDj 3 OBANNON Local Manager Ia 4 1 lII I I it t i I f I I t IN f 11 c l