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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ai t f f t t fljtfr4 pnbljctt1t s=Fine Job Work DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OP ALL TIIC PEOPLE OP 01110 COUNTY Subscription I per Year VOL XX I HARTFORD OHIO COUNT Iry FRIDAY MAY 29 1908 No45 I JOHN SHARP WILI LIAM MISS I Gets The Longest Filibuster On Record His Precarious Leadership of the Democratic Minority Put To The test JOhnl Washington May 28lion I Sharp Williams of Mississippi leader of the Democratic minority in the1 House of Representatives has them proud distinction of being the champion of all filibusters No other obI srrjictloniet in the history of the American Congress ever gave the dom inant party so much trouble and discomfiture It Is estimated thatI since Mr Williams started his plan twentY1eightconsumed in filibustering j Mr Williams has forced the House to take close on to 200 roll calls which I would not have been taken under ordinary circumstances and which irt sompllshod no purpose other than to consume time Each rollcall rcqulns about forty minutes and the aver ago legislative day Is five hours You can easily figure It out for yourself how many days have been spam in I ifcllirg the roll These figures aro interesting butt much more interesting is the tact t tho Democratic membership stood by I Williams through nil the weary days of the filibuster though Democrats were Just as anxious as Republicans get away from Washington Few II J1 ple believedW1l1 lIms would be able to do it Democrats do nut take readily to rigid discipline but In tho inftunca they stood to their guns without u break in the ranks The thing grows still more remarkuble when It is re called that on several occasions in the past the minority has been on the I verge of revolt against Williams leai dership and that tho leader is hardlI on speaking terms with somo colleaguesThe I against Williams manifested itself early In the session in the fist fight between Williams and Judge David A DeArmoud of Jlisviul Had it not been for the tact that senIntotirely probable a movement would have been organized to attempt his over throw This now past history is not recalled to the disparagement of Mr Williams but because it makes all tho more remarkable his feat in hold ing the minority firm for the long filibusters against the personal Incli nations of many Democrats and to tho harm of no Inconsiderable num ICcrtalnly were not brought out in his more I tranquil days at tho head of tho Houo minority The session by the way has been rather prolific in revolts none of which has como to any serious Issue Time Democrats had theirs at tho begin ROIIUblIIcans promilsyncs next December They declare tlvat party consideration restrained them from making too big a rumpus on the eve of the election butlnslst there has got to be a showdown after leglSla1tlveleaders did not truly represent the dominant sentiment among House Re I publicans but that the leaders had I the machinery In their hands and to have upset it at this time would have been to Invite party disaster They contend there should have been corm promise that they should not have been required to make all tho sacrl flees for the sake of party harmony 3find there is a steely glitter in their eyes when they declare there will be L reckoning after the election I A piece of legislation which sllp cd through Congress without attractlngj more than passing may mean a great deal for American commerce In the postoffice appropriation bill the amount which the government may pay for the transppr 4Kdon of foreign mails was Increased by more than a billion dollars and t there was provision that part of this 1 r f rc vr A moneybe used for subsidizing lines plying to South American ports As a matter of fact It Is a caso of whipping the ship subsidy devil around tho stump because the amount for South American malls Is a subsi dy pure and simple oven if it is tuck od away in the postoffice appropria tion bill as compensation for carrying the malls The amendment which prevailed was offered by Senator Gal linger of New Hampshire one of tile most ardent champions of subsidy in either House of Congress This small beginning was the re sult of compromise between the advocates and the opponents of ship sub sidies It was agreed this experiment In a small way should be made If it proves all that has been claimed for subsidized shipping there will bo other appropriations If It falls the subsidy advocates might as well go bay the moon Day Verdict is Reversed by Court of Appeals Frankfort Mn 22Time case TreuurIerI in an opinion written by Judge Las slug N I Day was found guilty of obtaining money under false pretenses In n judgment of the Perry Circuit Court and sentenced to the penitentiary for sIgnIIngand securing money on the note from tho Hazard bankIJUDGE BIRRHEAD SIDE j STEPS SAUNDERS CASE I Plaintiff F reed lo Amend His I Petition Stating Who he Bet With The case of B F Saunders the carat willie campaign orator of Hartford who begun suit last November to recover money bet on the election and which I was later appealed to Circuit Court has come into ihe lime light again Tills time it attracts attention by rea son of the fact that Judgo Dlrkhead re fuses to preside in a trial of tho case and tho further fact that Saunders has been compelled by the courts ruling I to amend his petitlph stating whom the money was wagered with It will be remembered that E E Blrkhead was the stake holder and It is against him that Saunders seeks to recover 50 wagered The amended petition discloses the tact that at torney S A Anderson of Hartford agent for Ed Taylor placed the money 25 against Saunders 50 It will now bo necessary to appoint a special Judge to try the case un less the parties in Interest can ilgree upon someone to try it The petition as amended In part Is as follows After setting out how an election was held at which S W Hager and Augustus E Willson were contending candidates for the office of Governor tit petition concludes as follows He states that on heday of November 1907 and proceeding said election day this plaintiff and S A Anderson agent for Ed Taylor made a bet or wager on the result of said gubernatorial election Plaintiff says that lie bet put up and placed in tho hands of the defendant Birkhead as stakeholder tho sum of 50 and that against this sum tho said Anderson agent for Taylor bet put up and pla ced In tho hands of the aforesaid defendant as stakeholder the sum of 25 Ho says that it was agreed at the tlmo of making the said bet be tween this plaintiff and tho said An derson agent for Taylor and the said defendant as stakeholder wets so in structed that if tho said S W linger should be elected governor the amount of tho said sums of money towit 7500 so placed In the hands of the said defendant should be turn ed over or paid to this plaintiff and that if Augustus E Willson should bo elected governor the eair 7500 should be pain or turned over to the Anderson Agent for Taylor said further plaintiff says that on time day of November 1907 and at numerous times thereafter while the aforesaid sum of 50 remnihed In USi structed him pot to turn over tho said 50 to the said Anderson agent for Ta lor and then and thero requested and demanded of said defendant to return same to this plaintiff which the de raIl1cdu V J LIBEL SUITS ARE ADJUSTED Woodward and DeWeese Con sent to Dismissal of Cases Upon Messengers Publishing Complete Retraction and PayingCost Time libel suits filed in the Ohio Circuit Court by Supt James M De Wcese and County Attorney E M Woodward sometime In the early part of 1906 against the Owensboro Meswen pub1lisiedWoodward and DoWcese growing out of the suicide of Miss Prudfe Ford havo been adjusted by the parties and i will go off the docket at the present term of court r The Woodward case was tried more than a year ago and the jury uwtirdJ ed him 2500 damages A motion was alucwconsideration Judge Hlrkhcnd awarded the defendant a new trial I At the present term of Court the Messenger Company made a motion to change the case to sortie other county for trial but the adjustment camo bofjro Judge Hirkliead ruled on he motion The basis of adjustment is the pub I I caJon by time Messenger of a complete and full retraction of the libelous article complained of and the payment of all the cost Time retrac tion which time Messenger agrees to and has published it as follows l In the matter of a reference in this newspaper In its issue of March I IIWoodwardford concerning which a suit has been pending in the Ohio Circuit Court in f ivor of each of these gentlemen agniiut time Messenger this paper after a hear I lug of the whole matter was had upon ii trial of the case in court Is con vinced that a mistake was made In the apparent connection of Messrs Wood ward und DeWeese with the unfor SUIIcldoarticle or In any publication in thus pal per which teemed to reflect in any i way upon the conduct of Messrs j Woodward and DoWccso in that matter was not authorized by the facts and In truth they were wholly blameless find treated tile uufortunae girl with perfect kindness- In the lorry and great amount of work incident to getting out a dally newspaper such mistakes sometimes creep into Us columns When this occurs it is always smatter or regret and tills paper is glad to make proper and timely correction NO PROSPECT OF AN EARLY DECISION Govenor Willson Still Struggling With Powers and Howard Cases Frankfort Ky May 23No decision in the Powers and Howard cases will be mado by the Governor for sev oral days or perhaps longer It had been thought by some persons that tho Governor would announce his decision today but tho reason for this was I that the Governor had said before he went to Washington that ho would decide tho cases not later than May 23 Tho Governor concluded however Just before ho caught tho train for Louisville time afternoon ho started for Washngton that it would not do to announce any maximum period for his decision and ho decided not to place iiiy limit on the time which ho would allow himself His change of plans was not generally known and the or iginal aUrteuiout gave rise to the rev port that the decision would be made on May 23 or sooner The Governor today gave out an official announcement in which ho said that no more applications for pardons or remissions mould bo considered until after the Powers and Howard caseshavo boon settled The official announcement is as follows Gov Willsou wishes notice given that no applications for pardon remission or executive clemency in any I I4- f LXi Ji forin except in the most extreme cris es will bo considered until after the decision of the Powers and Howard cases This notice is given because day after day people reach Frankfoii coming from a distance with mat ters which only take a few inlnutcV l but ouch day is used up in these mat tore which must take their turn and watt until tho pending cases are decided This menus that the decision may be delayed for more than a week as it Is taken to mean that there Is to be delay If a dlclslon was to be giv fOlIplications for pradons In other cases The Governor Is still digging away at tho rewords In the two cases KelleyBarnes Invitations Cards are out aniiouncirg1 the coming mafrlagflof Miss Bessie Delilah Barnes hallI py at Church South Heaver Dam lit 2 oclock p III Wednesday June 10 jtMiss Barnes is the daughter of i Mrvand Mrs George H Barnes and is one of the most iHipnlnr young la dies of Heaver Dam She Is culair ed and refined and quUe IWIIIlflllt nuil oI one of the flm the county Mr Kellcy Is Mr and Mrs J C Kelley ofGroan vine Ky lie Is a native of Ohio county living spoilt his boyhood at McHcnry whoro his parents former ly lived Mr Kelley is an expert electrician and holds a responsible posi arondsiIng OFFER OF 10000 I FOR COMPROMISE Probably Will Be Accepted In Hollowell Night RiderI Casesy Paducah Ky May 22 mise In the Hollowell night rlderdantI age suits has been agreed on and Attorney John G Stiller chief counsel for the plaintiffs Is In Erinsville to lay to confer with his cllants It Is reported he will recommend a set tlement The twentynine defend 100001amidin tho United States Court received n verdict for 3000 his wife and son have suits pending rot 75000 but the compromise coves all The reason At tornty Miller will recommend a sotile ment at time figures named Is be cause there Is doubt If more than 10 000 could be made out of the dot nd antsDeputy Marshal Elwood Neal who has beet in Caldwell county serving attachments and writ of callas re ported to Attorney Miller that he fiuiiil but nine defendants who owned prop erty and It was heavily mortgaged They are G G Brown W S Lar IacIJBrown J W Hollowell and ITrely Lucy Their property Is mortgaged for 18831 As soon as the Deputy Attorneyto defer further aetlon until Monday AUof tthe defendants aro ready to come to Paducah and go to Jail for ten days after which they can take the I Insolvent debtors oath Later Tho compromise was made on abovo basis Miss Rowe Honored Miss Edwina Rowe who it a student at tho University of Illinois at Champaign Ill was highly honored at thin annual Slimy day exorcises She was first chosen to assist the president of tin graduating class in leading the opening exorcises of the chosen May celebration She was then chosen May queen by the students of the school Three hundred young women participated In tho crowning ofthequcenTIll of Illinois Is a co educational school with tin enroll ment of 3000 students unit tho exercises of tho school every May are very prominent Miss Rowe is expected to return home about June 12 She will ac cept a position to teach in the fall either in New York City or Atlantic City Owensboro Messenger U C V Reunion Birmingham Ala For above occasion tickets will bo sold to Birmingham Ala for 690 round trip from Beaver pant on Juno returnIJ E Agent 1 FIRES BLANK CAR TRIDGES AT TAFT Bryan Fails Into His Own PitFall Taft Had Outdistanced Him In Efforts For Good Law A few days ago candidate Bryan thought he would place Secretary Taft In an embarrassing position by ap pealing to him to join in an appeal to Congress to pass the bill requir ing publicity of campaign contributions before election It transpires that Mr Tuft had done this very thing almost a month before Bryan had thought about It Now no doubt Mr Bryan wishes some one 111shOllho hut coming to him I Following IK Limo telegram from 111 an to Tuft and his letter in reply I beg to suggest Unit as leading can I didates In our rwpccftlve parties yr join in asking Congress to puss a hillIrequiring publication of campaign iributlons prior to election If y ul candidIteaW J BRYAN Tine Hon 1Vm1 Bryan Llncol Nub Your ttlegrmi received 0 i April M lust I sort the following l v tom to Senator Burrows time clmlrmuu lUl111Elections believe that it would greatly tond to the absence of corruption in politics If the expenditures for nomination anti election of all candidates and all contributions received and expenditure made by political committees could be made public both In respect so State and national politics For that reason I am strongly III favor of tits passage of the bill which Is now pond ing In time Senate and Houso bringing about this result ro far as nation il politics Is concerned I make this letter personal because I am anxious IIshallbut so far as my personal Influence Is concerned I am anxious to give ii for the passage nf tiio hill Very sincerely yours W II TAFT Since writing the above in an swer to inquiry I have said publicly that I hoped such a bill would puss W H TAFT MONUMENT TO LATE SENATOR MA HANNA Dedicated in Presence of Many ThousandsAddress By General Griggs Cleveland Ohio May 23A monu ment In memory of the late Senator Marcus A Hanna was dedicated here this afternoon in the presence of tlmamlyi distinguished guests and thousands of spectators The oration was delivered by John W Griggs former United States At torney General Vice President Fairbanks was to have presided but he was unable to attend His plaice was filled by exGovernor Myron T Herrlck Secretary Taft and President Hadley of Yale College and Gov ifarrls and staff were among the guests The monument was dedicated on its temporary site in Wade Park Latter it will be moved down town and plac ed In the hall being built in connec lion The statute is bronze designed by St Gaudens The figureI is eight feet high Tho pedestial de signed by Henry Bacon of New York adds twelve feet to tho height It 11n1volleddaughters of the lato Senator 1111lX1rtroll of illustrious names of hors who have won fame for themI selves and never dying honor for Suite HIgh upon that roll aro written the names of Presidents of the republic of great soldiers of financiersland of Marcus Alonzo Hanna in whoso honor this monument is raised and dedicated this day For his countrymen of this generation who know his work and his worth no monu ment Is needed to remind them of his preeminent services to the nation Before he died they knew and honored and appreciated and they have not forgotten and will not forget But In the days that aro beyond when other feet shall tread these paths and other eyes shall read his name upon this monument It will serve to recall a great leader and an Ideal citizen If some Inquirer In after days shall ask Why Is there a monument to Senator Hanna It shall bo answered Because he filled all the Ideals of an American from youth to the duty ho died ris liK step by step to the highest plane of usefulness In the iVce of his country because nv a buslnemm inun ho vns successful in business by honorable methods alone because as a prosper ous man he was not proud because as a friend ho was loyal nail true hearted because as a leader of men ho was wise yet unslefish because as an employer of labor he had a genuine and heartfelt sympathy with his employes and more brondlywlth all who toll because he was a man among musk because in many and varied capacities merchant manu facturer capitalist iwlitical loader and Senator In Congrss ho was an Ideal American citizen HARMS CASE FOR TRIAL JUNE I John Abners Trial For the Murder of Jim Crockrill Same Day Jackson Ky May 23 Circuit Court convenes here Monday and the num bur of sensational cases to bo tried is an indication that the term will bo the most notable in tho hlsory of Breathlit county The vase which will attract most attention Is the prosecution against Beech Hargis the slayer of his father Judge James Hargis who himself was on trial at Lexington for murder ono year ago The youthful murdered hurts been in the county jail over xlnco ho killed his father Everything that money and skill can accomplish will bodonu n- an effort to secure the prisoners freedom His devoted mother visits his cell nightly and has been In dally oiibiiltatlon with his attorneys for several weeks She announces that she will spend every cent of hor for tune in the defense of imam boy The trial of young Hargis will begin June 1- Next in prominence Is the case against John Abner charged with the assassination of Town Marshal James Cockrill who was shot from a second story window of the court house while standing on Main street In Au gust 1902 He was tried last March by Special Judge W II Holt but the Jury failed to agreo upon a verdict The case will bo called on June S The prosecution against former State Treasurer W R Day on the charge of forging the name of his uncle Floyd Day to a 5000 notes also set for trial during the com- Ing term The ease was tried at last term of court and resulted in a liming Jury Tho defendant Is now in Jail at Hazard where he was convicted last March on a similar charge Tho Court of Appeals granted a new trial in this case Day Is a first cousin of Beech Hargis PowersAllenWedding The marriage of Miss Eva Allen and Mr A D Powers took place at the homo of the brides mother Mrs Florence Allen Wednesday evening May 20 at 8 aclock in the presence of a select few of their relatives und friends the Rev Baughn officiating Miss Mary Boll Jonos acted as maid of honor and Mr Willie Hlnton as best man- Tho bride was tastefully attired In white and carried a shower IiuCt of white roses The brldesmald also wore rosesIimpressive accom plished timid lovable young lady and has a host of friends Mr Powers is a prosperous young farmerThe young couple have the best wishes of their ninny friends Mr and Mrs Powers will make their future home at Sunnydale I 1 gO SPECIMENS OFMOSQUITO- Governments Expert Finds This Many Kinds in Panama Fever Feeders Scarce and more Easily Disposed of Than Others A Wasl1nfo11 special Says In order to daiertnine the spe- Ctal and habits or the mos qultoes or Panama and thereby to assist In thb sanitary war against them as disease carries August Busck of the Department or Agriculture was recently sent on a collecting and investigating trip to the Canal Zone The material brought back by hIm has been studIed and Identified and a full report showing ninety separate species known on the Isthmus Is just publisbed by the SmithsonIan Institution In its serIes or Miscellaneous Collections Inasmuch as each species or mosquito besides being physically different In some respect trout every other has habits ot Its own the necessity or knowing accurateyl and completely just what sort or mosquitoes have to he coped with Is uIlllarent Some kinds breed exclusively In artl tidal receptacles of water such as tin cans and open vessels others only In hollow places In trees some In high nines that overgrow the trees some limit their breeding to notches ot barn Loo stalks and a number or varieties are satisfied only with crab holes In the ground One ot the species carrIes yellow fever some spread malaria and other are Instrumental lu carrying other diseases On the other hand a large hal1n1Jessbeings At all Thus asIde from the pure contribu Ions to knowledge resuling from the trip this Q lloratton has rendered pos rsible more economic and efficient methods for exterminating the disease carrIers Mr Ducsk spent three months on the llilands during the breeding tIme cweing the end of the dry season nut ne early 1rt or the rainy season and secured larvae of eightythree spe clew of which thirty species were new and aaenee With seven additional spe ciee already known thIs constitutes the largest number recorded from anyone locality on earth Most of the material gathered has been dposltedd Ju the Xatlonll Museum at Washington Mosquitoes do not fly very tar from the place where they are born They keep close to their food supply Those that affect the Inhabitants of a town or camp normally do not come from a distance greater than 200 yards It Is this tact that renders the sanitary work or the Canal CommIssion possible The land about ovary settlement Is cleared by the removal ot all brush undergrowth and gross onlyf shade and fruit trees are loft and these are Ithinned out to admit sunlight and free ventilation When practicable swamps and low ands are filled In with some ot the immense supply ot material taken from the great Culebra cut then the whole area Is drained so that the sur face water will run ort DItches and low IlowluJ streams tare kept clear or mtwapultoes by drippings or oil or Copper sulphate Stamps and pools are oiled at least once a week Water barrels buckets +tnd pails must bo screened or oiled tad nil tin cans must be burled Even the old castoff machines brushcovered relics or French occu ltations are drained or theIr puddles of water If many Insects infest a camp or town It Is fumigated Dy carrying out these methods or general extermination exceptionally thorough results have already been obtained Ono Important teat has already been nccomplishni The yellow fever mos slulto the only kInd In AmerIca rpreariin thIs infection scientifIcally celled s eJol1lla le very scarce It JII pasible w live for weeks on the spednonuwtlc anImal never round away from anan It breeds only In artificial re cepuarles such as barrels water cooler IbotltS tin cans etc In and around human habitations KnowIng this It Is well withIn the power of the authorIties to eliminate bsollltely this dangerous Insect and render a yellow fever epidemic Impos tlble on account ot the total absence tpf the only agent whICh spreads it The malarlacarrlng varieties In cludei under the general name or Anopheles are also subject to strenuous attacks Usually the species ot this group deposit larvae the adges ot the Iownoving streams and tagnat pools abut specimens wore also secured from tho bottom or an old boat from an abandoned dump car from holes In i I trees and In sImilar outofthewayI I spots It has not yet been determIned whether aU or these are instrumental In carrying malarIa and therefore they ntay furnish a fertile field for lnves- Ugatlo1I i Certain genera technically called I tegarhlnus Psorophora and Jutlzla wove found which Instead of spread Ing any disease hostile to man wage I war on theIr weaker cousIns and at- times even on theIr brothers and sls I tern I They are cannIbals or theIr sort Rather than extremlnate mosquitoes or these habIts It might be well to cultivate them and to enlist them as j allies or the sanitary authorIties were It not for the fact that some or them are exceptionally annoyIng bIters or mankInd Mr Buscks search was not limited strictly to the Canal Zone He made several trIps to adjoining IJtaces inI order to cover the territory as thoroughly as possible The result or ox- aminatlon or the material brought back constitute the first contributions to knowledge or the mosquitoes ot Panama In any sense complete IThe Lucky Quartor Is the one you pay out for a box of Dr Kings New Life pms They bring preciousIi biliousness constipation If they disappoint you the price w- 1l11Igists mII NIGHT RIDERS IN JEFFERSON COUNTY Harrowing Story From thei County of Kentuckys Metropolis IThe Farmers Home Journal cannot tJJeldallabout the awful depredations and carnage or night riders In the districts Our metropolitan ruralI pomrles are sadly remIss In their genre when spending hundreds ot del barlllIpings In distant counties and still suffer outrageous outrage to be per petrated at their very doors without calling on the Governor for troops to protect helpless farmers under the I very League shadow or the Law and Order The Farmers Home Journal Is Must In receipt or a pathetic letter from Mr Robert Griffith one or our valued subscribers at Avoca a few miles cast- or the city limits or Louisville tn wfiich he details a story or midnight depredations that should be brought to the attention or Coy Wilison and Dr Powell Mr GI1rt1hs letter shows that tobacco growers are not the on ly victims or the midnight marauder Ho details how he has spent years or study and work In an effort to origi- mvfte and perfect a greed or seed corn which was to prove the El Dorado for which all corn growers had been searching for ages So successful had his experiments been that thlll years planting was exjccted to yield him tame and fortune Everything which scIence skill and industry could do was centered In this years effort The plot or ground for the seed bed was prepared wIth COnsum mate care every grain or corn was examined and carefully tested The eventful day for planting came on FrI- day or last week The soil was In perfect condition the sun smiled In happy prophecy or a gloilous and bountiful result Fiftytwo rows were planted each row was 405 feet long and the grains were placed 12 Inches aparti n each row the 52 rows aggre gating 21OGO feet The work com ploto Mr Griffith retired to dream or a breed or seed corn that would challenge the admiration or the world At 5 clock next mornIng he was out to look over hIs cherished and car tully nursed seed plat Imaglnt hIs consternation to find that every grain In the 52 rows had been taken up and consumed by a single sow be- longingI to one ot hIs neIghbors Not- a grain was lett The sow had gone about her work systematically She did not go from row to row but took endI warn his nIghtiits approprIate resolutions from the LeagueI noIsays Mrs J P White otRushboro Pa 1 would tot be alive today on ItIloosensthing else and cures lung disease even after the case Is pronounced hopeless This most reliable remedy for coughs and colds lagrlppe asthma bronchlUs and hoarseness Is sold under guaran tee at all druggists 50c and 100 TrIal bottle free m GALL fOR 2001000 ON STOCKHOLDERS In Defunct Owensboro Sav ings Bank Trust Co Statutory Liability of the Storki bottlerS Will be Enforced In I Few Days The Owensboro Messenger says The suit filed In the United Court by John Conway and 811tesI orState creditors or the ensboro Savings Bank and Trust com pany has received the nttenUln or Judge Walter Evans and the mutton enjoInIng all creditors from prosecuting any action agaInst the stock holders for theIr statutory liability except by uniting In thIs suit heard The court decreed that the action pro ceed In the name of Conway and oth ers in behalf ot Parties similarly cir cumstanced and appointed T A Ped ley receiver requIring an additional bond of 50000 or him The appoIntment or Mr Dedley as Federal receIver for the bank gives him the desIred authority to enforce the statutory liability of he stock holders as such receIver and does not Interfere with Ills appointment aS receIver by the State court It means that outotState credItors nave wail ed themselves ot the opportunity to bring suit In the Federal Court to invest ReceIver Pedley with this au- thorIty and any other or the Federal Court will not at all abrIdge the rights or creditors resIding In the State but will consider the Inter ests ot all together It is well known that the stock holders or the defunct institution will be called upon for 200000 In a tow days the United States mar shal will begIn serving notice upon the stockholders or the Institution calling upon them to turn over to Receiver Pedley theIr pro rata or the assessment made against them It any or the stockholders resist the payment or the double liability I which it Is probable they will do their recourse will be In the Federal Court It Is understood that several or the stockholders claim that upon representutiono t the solvency of the bank they were Induced to purchase stock Tne appointment or Receiver PetI hey requires ot hIm the tIling In Federal Court or a statement ot the assets and liabilities ot the bank as well liS a determinatIon or the liabilities or the stockholders and an assessment for the benefit ot the creditors or amounts equal to the par value of the stock held by them The stockholders or the Owensboro Savings Bank and Trust Company will be called upon to pay to Receiver Pedley the following amounts James H Parrish 43400 E Rice 25000 Mrs M IJFelix 15000- J Otis Parrlsll liiOOO George W S Parrish 13400 W E Parrish 10 000 I N ParrIsh 10000 W S Wilson 10000 A L Piurlsh 1900 Mrs P A Millers estate 2 500 W H Owen 2000 Preston Blake 2000 L F Little 1100 W D Nowlin 2000 J N Alsop 9000 Harold Van Trump 1000 Mrs VirgInIa Cnlhoon 500 Mrs Vir gie L Wllllnms 500 R L Courtney 1000 James oJ Keeley 1000 S R Ewing 1000 Mrs Enuna Hale 1000 R A Miller 10000 Allan ReId 5000 Robert ReId 2000 Mrs M L Roberts 1000 H N Robertson 1000 J D Smith 1000 U S Todd 1000 J S JolleJdfl 1 000 W E Whitely 1000 J J Tay lrr ICOO C C Culhoon 1000 John Hubbard 1000 H T Welsh 800 Mrs H T Welsh 100 Clarence Welsh 100 Emmett Welsh 100 Wilfred Welsh 100 C W Wens 500 E E Owsley 500 W F AeI ton 400 T A Pedley 400 D H Quigg 400 J W Qulgg 400 B F Jenkins 300 Mrs G 3I BoUertf 200 Mrs Elizabeth ParrIsh 100 Mrs JessIe M Parrish 100 M L parrish 100 Mrs A LParrlsh 100 Miss Sue Parrish 100 Mrs M M Lump kIn 100 W E Parrish Jr 100 Mrs Ella Parrish 100 II K Cole 200 Parrish Bros 7S00 William Oalhoun 1000 H S Parrish GOO Fear of Snakes Greater Among Men Than Women The physician who allowed hImself to be bItten by a rattlesnake to demonstrate that the poison or that spo cles or the ophidian race is a sure cure for Insanity didnt survive too complete the proof On Sunday a few pathologists sue ceeded In coaxing from a South Amer lean vIper enough of Ills poison to furnIsh GO years supply or antitoxin One snake In the same spunre mile with me Is entirely too many It is a matter of tact that men have greater fear of serpents than have women DurIng a visIt to friends In the country I was crossIng a stretch t s ttaa ot meadow In the company of my hostess daughter a sprightly girl of 17 when a black snake crossel1 the path 10 feet In front or us I caught nay companion by the sIeve but she wrenched herself loose gathered her skIrts about her knees gave a running jump and landed spualJly upon the back of the reptile His snakd ship thrashed the grass and the gIrls ankles with equal futility As soon as sheithe absence or club or stones I was compelled to stand and wItness a scene that to me was terrifying but to the girl furnished supreme enjoyment Years after when I road Itaggards description of Jesss fight with the kangaroo I undertsood the kInd or entertaInment that my young con panlon had provided for me Jt Isto be hoped that the patholo gists have Osterlzed this sure death snake If It ever gets out ot Its box at the Zeal I sisal ask contributions upon whIch to put the ocean between us One nake likesthat mIght secrete Itself In a tenement house and kill halt Its population before anybody identified the character or the suppns oil epIdemic of death Hows ThISg We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J CHENEY CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe hIm perfectly honorable In all busIness transactions and fI nanclally able to carry out any obligations made by hIs firm Walding Kinnan MarvIn Whole sale DruggIsts Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken In ternally acting dIrectly upon the blood and mucous surfaces or the system Testlonlals sent free Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by all druggists Take Halls Family Pills for con stipation Thorough Ventlltlon There are still a few people In the world that sleep In rooms with clps ed doors and wIndows and suffer discomfort even In hot weather rather than brave the SSOl posed malign In rulence or the nIght air Once one gets accustomed to sleeping or living In well ventilated rooms It It ex tremely hard to return to the foul air and bad smells that even the leanest rooms have it kept ctosde Now Is the time to begin the free admIssion or fresh aIr flushing every room several times a day and leaving the win dows down a low Inches at the top and raised the same at the bottom no matter what the weather A timId per son livIng In a city where burglaries are common or beIng alone In the house will shrink from the unguarded openIngs and leave them little strength to cope with the duties or the day Detter bars like prisons have than cJoed windows and foul aIr Foul aIr full of the emanations from the body Is as dangerous to ones health as foul rotting roods would be taken Into the stomach If only our ailing ones would try the effect or fresh all good foods and proper exercises together with the determination to re gard sickness as sin and retraIn from breakIng the laws or hygIene there would be greater happiness moral spiritual and mental health as well as material prosperity Breathing Fire and Vengeance The National Manufacturers Asso- ciatIon whIch tailed to convince Speaker Cannon or the necessIty or passIng Senator Beveridges Tariff commIssIon bill left WashIngton breathIng fire and yengeanceand already dark threats are being made that the association will It necessary prevent the Speakers return to Congress to punish him for his obstinacy Republicans or thIs State would share in general regret over Mr Cannons enforced retirement but they will be more actively concerned over the statement that the association also contemplates dlsclplln Ing Serene E Payne for aIding and abetting the Speaker In hIs contuma cious policy Mr Payne has been the mainstay ot Central New York Re publicanism for some little time and has been credited with having such a hold on Uts sent In Congress that even an earthquake could not dislodge hIm The National Manufacturers Association may be hble to pry him lose but It will have quite a sizable con tract on Its handsRochester Chron Icle Attention Old Soldiers There will be a pilgrImage or old soldiers to the ShUo battle field May 2G The traIn will leave Beaver Dam at 1130 A M and those desiring tQ go can get on traIn at all stations on I C R R Tickets should be purchased to Gllbertsv1lJe as trip from there will bo by boat on Ten noosee river It Is the Intention to remaIn to decoration day services May 30 Let us all go and view once agaIn the historic gropnds of that mighty struggle whIch took place more than 40 years ago GEORGE CARSON Co D 26 Ky Inn w i Ohio County Supply Col1of- i Jr2Qorporatcc1 litJtIi lit tIi Hrtford ICytIi I i Hardware Machinery and an Kinds = of Farming Implements tIi lit 1We carry a complete line of Buggies and Surreys When you b buy a Buggy you do not want to make a mIstake In material and fi workmanshIp We handle only the best makes and can therefore = recommend all our vehIcles Can make prices to suIt all customers y 4fi Agent for the famous Oliver Chilled Plows Blount True Blue y- 4i and Moline with all repaIrs for same IJI 4fi A full line of fence wire Steel and Felt Rooting Myers Deep bit 4fi Well Cultivators DIsc Harrows and Drills AlSo all kinds I tIiof FIeld SeedsIf We handle the following wen known brands of Wagons Mitch = ell Mogul Blount and Owenaboro Also Deering and Milwaukee fi Harvesting Machinery tIi We sell the best Gasoline EngIne on the market and Corna fi Crushers and Meal Mills to connect with same Lawn Mowers lit 4i and Swings The largest supply house in OhIo county GIve us a tIi call PrIces always equitable lit = M A VAST FORTUNE MAY BE HIDDEN IN TREE Belief Prevails in Evansville That Man Bid a Fortune Near Henderson j Stories or a huge sum or money saId to have been possessed by the late Dr W D Lawler who died last Saturday In apparent destitution has led CHar les Devlnger a carpenter 1207 Gum street a close friend or the dead man to make a search for the mIssIng mon ey says the Evansville JournalNews Devlnger will leave in a day or two for the old haunts or Lawler near Ow ensboro Ky and JHenderson He declares that Lawler often dIsplayed large sums or money to hIm and that the dead doctor also frequently spoke ot valued treasures he had hidden under an elm tree at a spot on the banks or the Ohlb river near Hendorson known as the old washout Devln ger declared hIs Intention Wednesday to dig about the elm tree believing some hIdden money to be burled there ThIs mornIng Bevlnger called on Coroner Laval and informed hIm that he believed Lawler had left money In his old rooms at 31G Sycamore street Together with Deputy Coroner Lahr Bevlnger went to the rooms where a search was made or the premises but no money was forthcoming Pillows and bed clothes were carefully look ed Into boxes cupboards and other places were Inspected but there was nothIng like money to be found De- vlnger declared that Lawler kept a large amount of paper money tightly packed under a steel press Lawler Devlnger says told hIm he kept the money In thIs odd place to protect It LaWIlersseveral of hIs Intimate friends a strange story concernIng an attempt made to poison him by persons who were desirous or securing hIs wealth According to Lawler the attempt toI take hIs life was made several ago while he was living with his yearsII fly In Henderson Ky IncIdent he had some trouble with betwe011them gaged In the busIness of selling herbsI and roots He did quite an busIness lived frugally and extenslveI or money he might have fore seems plauslbleHenderson Journal Typhoid FeerPrecautions 1 Typhoid Is caused by a germ which Is found In the mouth stools and urine ot patients suffering wIth the disease Therefore In every case of typhoId the spit VomIt and dIs- charge should be sterilized Place one teaspoonful of tormolln in the vessel with those discharges leave them standing covered 15 minutes and then bury in back part oath garden Never put a pIece or newspaper on the floor for the patIent to spit on Flies get In to It and carry it on their feet to the table anddeposlt It on the rood and so spread the disease lihelroomthan flies for spreading tYPhOid They are filthy lighting on any piece of soiled linen soiling themselves and then lighting on food and water containing It Use screens and fly poison and drive them out 3 One and only one person aiatime should nurse the typhoid patl- ent and while she leon dity she should dd nothing aloe She Bho not touch the cooking or baiting After she bathes or otherwise attends I 4 7ur 7f i u to the patient she should carefully wash her hands In soap and water Im mediately after touching the patient 4 The bed linen should bo re newed as won ilK It is least bit soiled It should be soaked In a tub of water contaIning 2 table spoonfuls rlnIlshlinen touching the patient should be soaked and dried In sun the same way It Is really a sin to neglect these simple precautions for It they are care tully followed typhoid fever will not spread but will surely disappear from the community The neglect ot these precautions spreads the disease and causes thou sands or deaths yearly t Hurts Americans Helps Foreigners While time wage reductions and reduced workIng forces and working hours are of almost daily occurrence In the great industrial centers the larger Inflow or competitive goods from Europe goes merrily on The official outglvlng as to trade with Germany for eight months endIng with February 1908 tells how the greater latitude for undervaluation Is helping the Germans and hurting American labor Increase Imports In highly competitive lines bearIng ad valorum duties continue In spite or hard times For these eIght months Germany has sold us an In Crease ot cotton knit goods amount- Ing to nearly 1200000 or pottery nearly 400000 of paper and Its manufactures GOOOO of toys over 7000 000 and of wool dress goods nearly 500000 The total Increase In those lines Is nearly 43000000 Yet our grosS Imports for the eight months have decreased more than 91000000 No wonder that from the textile and other suffering Industries the cry goes up Abrogate the German agree mental P Vegetab1esIsuItable for a luncheon or supper dish tollfiYS Fannie MerrIll Farmerltf Womans Home Companion for June Remove the jelly to a serving dish and surround with the slices or the meat over garnishttherefore do see to It that the closet can boast ot sharp knives for wIthout them tile work cannot bo perfectly done Soak one tablespoonful ot- i granulated gelatin In one fourth or a or coM waterand dissolve In cupful of boning water thenlone one fourth of a cupful each of and vinegar two tablespoon uls of lemon juIce and one teaspoonful ofsalt Strain cool and when beginning to stiffen add on a cupful of celery cut cupruloftlneyone halt canned plmentoes cut In smal pIeces Turn Into a mold and chill thoroughly Raid on Moonshiners Deputy Marshalls J W Ament and T J Parrott came hero Tuesday and on Tuesday night made n raid on an r alleged MoonshIne Distillery In Cite theIDluhlenburg returnedI IkeThompsonshining 1 lastweekevidenceTuesdayprPolImtnarr iI n i 11 r ri pr Szrv ir r HRILLINfi HiS 1CPlmi J The Mother of GenRE Lee BuriedAlive ifOther fllarvelous Cases of Revi vlsccnce of Those Thought To Be Dead 1fJ In a rocciu relluns tu the inquiry of ti buWriber the Harrodsburg Her t aId says r Yes the Souih Cinie near never having her great Let It Is staled en the very best authority the Mi i Lee the mother of Gen R E Loi was buried alive about a year buoie+ the birth of her justly famous son If furnishing to the world one of the most astonishing cases of revlvlscence on record It is said that his mother was by k no means an entirely healthy woman t and tho physician at Stratford Va the home of Henry Leo Light Horse r Harry was kept in almostconstant lattendance Mrs Leo suffered from catalepsy and during a prolonged A itranco she was pronounced dead The body was prepared for Interment and the morning of tho third day after her supposed death tho remains were laid to rest in the family vault In the pret ty little Virginia village AVhllo the sexton was cleaning up and arranging some fresh flowers to bo placed on the casket he heard a faint voice us though of somo one calling for as sistance Of course the old man was somewhat alarmed but as ho had seen many years of service in the city of the dead he did not leave the vault Ho listened close- ly and the voice was distinctly heard again Becoming satisfied that the voice came from within the casket he at onco set to work and opened it discovering that Mrs Leo was alive He then summoned asslst I t ance and within a short time she was safe in bed at her home Mrs Lees recovery was slow but she did regain good health and u litlto more than a year after she was burled alive her youngest son Robert E was born and thus came Into tho world one of her bravest men and greatest gen erals But there have been a number of cases of revivlence and Gen Lee was not the only celebrity who WHS actually burn after the burial of his mother Sir lUdiard Eiigecum frown iivothtr alter it brief illness was beLoved to have expi red and she too wits laid away to the family viiuh About a week after her supposed death the sexton from motive sufficiently obvious and entirely too often exercised en tered the vault and tried to take a valuable ring from Lady Edgecombes finger During the sextons effort to secure the ring by pressing and squeez ing the finger the body moved al most to one side This sudden awakening of the dead caused the sexton to flee in terror leaving his lantern in the vault lady Edgecombe succeed ed in extricating hrself from the cas ket and taking the lantern which the frightened sexton had left in his fright she walked to her home Under care ful treatment she regahled here hrolth and flvo years after this Sir Richard was born Another notable case of ro viviscence was that of Ebenezer Er sklrc one of the founders of the United Free Church of Schotland who was born after the burial of his mother i Mrs Erskine while in a trance was pronounced dead and was buried in a a p grave there being no vault The gravedigger had noticed a very costly IcJdiamond ring on the finger of Sirs Ersklno and he determined that ho would that night open the grave and secure the ring Steathlly ho removed the earth from the nowlymado grave and opened the coffin The hMys gravediggerqrcould not get tho ring off tho finger so he was in tho act of cutting off the finger when the supposed corpse gave a loud shriek Perhaps no man ever vacated a graveyard quicker than did the gravedigger and Mrs Erskine arose from her coffin hurried to her home and lived to become the mother of ono of the greatest pulpit orators Schotland ever produced Henry F Huper at one time a large planter and cattle owner of Beaumont Texas was born after tle supposed death of his mother Mrs Huper like Mrs t Lee suffered from catalepsy and while in d long trance her physicians pro nounced her dead She was placed in a coffin but just before the funer r al services she opened her dyes and t naked tin a faint voice for a drink of water The griefstricken family and A sorrowing friends were greatly alarmed t and frightened over this sudden e coming to life but the water was passed to her lips and in a few moments I she had returned to entire n consciousness and after a short ill ness regained her health Her son Harry was born six months after r this Still another care nearer home Is that of John Adams of Del Rio Eastv i A tt tfI t a1 r D TOIErJ111STalfES Are snd often to be Lusted six feet nndtw crvuiul Put many times women call on their famti pliyelcliiiig suCcring us they imagine one from dyspepsa andt u r from heart Ulsoaso another from liver or lId nay dJeaso another from nervous pros tration another with pain hero and there and III this way emit nllkp to hems ivesandtheir easygoing or over busy CoLuir separate ulscaii for which I assuming them to bo such proscribes his pills and potions In reality they are all caused some uterine thoIerlngIj wrong treatment but pro ably worst A fSIv1I t r r n t leiStS e t ere ttla4wgsympI prolonged misery It has been well said i that a disease known Is half cured Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription Is a I scientific medicine carefully by an experienced and physician and to woraan a dcllcato system Its male of native American medicinal Jt8IAll a tonic Fr- vcrite I rescriptionimparts strength to the whole system distinctly femlnino In particularLor over I debili tated teachers milliners dressmakers I seamstressesNshopr Iou okcltrsnursing mothers feeble women gcn erally Dr Plerces Favorite Prescription U greatest earthly boob being un equaled as an appetizing cordial and re storative tonic As a and strengthening nerv ino Favorite Prescription Is unequaled and Is Im In duing nervous excitability irritability nervous exhaustion nervous prostrationIj neuralgia hysteria spasms i dance and other attendantI symptoms commonly upon functional and organic disease of tho uterus It Induces refreshing and despondencyDrtho stomach liver and bowels Ono to tjircoudqcv Kusy to take as andy Tennessee Adams Is a mining en gineer and one morning he was found in lied apparently dead A physician in bed apparently dead A physician said it was a case of heart failure The remains wren made ready for Interment and relatives and friends in Phllidolphla were no lied A check was received of underItakerthe hard cash This caused a fur ther delay and while waiting the com ing of tho money by express the of the corpse which lay on eyesI cooling board opened as from a freshing sleep there was a yawn and there was likewise a sudden dlsappear anco of tho undertaker and others from the mom Mr Adams recovered and is still alive Other cases could be cited Physicians and undertakers are agreed upon it that there arc but few Infallible signs of death and possibly none absolutely true save that of decomposition It is not a dUn cult matter to tell the difference be tween a dead person and ono seized with a catalepsy There Is a tremen dous difference in the rigidity The temperature will also show you and you will be able to feel that the pulse Is beating Should these tests fall open a small blood vessel and you will know whether a person is living or dead Tho greatest danger of prcuiatmc burials lies in coun ties where there ure extremes in lemperituro and intehment should not be made under from four tulsix days by which time decomposition will have set in if death Is really there Best Health In the World Rev F Starblrd of East Raymond Maine says I have used Bucklens Arnica Salve for several years on my old army wound and other obstinate sores and find it tho best healer in the world I uso it too with great sue cess in my veterinary business PricS 25c at all druggists m Sneeze Cause for Divorce Sirs John Buckles of Denver is after a divorce because her husband sneezes It makes her nervous and the baby nervous and even the neigh bors get fidgety and talk when John wakes up in tho middle of tho night with a rousing old Horashshoo Thais the way Mrs Buckles described it to the attorney sho applied to John uses snuff and when he awak ened he would tako a plch and then Ho in bed hump his back and ho rashoo fifty times or more It would shake the bed and knock all the cov ers off and the baby would set up a yell and Sirs Buckles just got distrac ted The attorney told her that per haps John couldnt help it but the lady Insisted sho wouldnt live with tho horashoo man Sho went off de elating she would think up some more j bad habits of Johns if sneezing wasnt fit cause for action I UNION LABOR DONE AGAINST CHILD LABOR While Universities Have Done A Little and the Churches Next to Nothing To those who have plenty to oat and wear and comfortable houses and no anxiety for the future this world may naturally wear an aspect slightly unlike the one presented to the strug gling many Speakirg of Indutfrliil progress Mr Raymond Robins remarked that both our necessary nnd and yet both arc on utterly Inhu man He spoke rf tile man who had worked twenty JCKB us u typesetter and who Is too old to learn a new trade when the linotype forces him out of the wood carver of yesterday who is out of a Job today because of the patent process of compressing sawdust putty and clay of the men who had worked twelve years In a shop and had bought a home near his work and is slowlx paying off the mortgage when this shop is closed down without warning by the indus trial consolidation of him who has lost his hand In an unprotected ylick er sifter fifteen years of faithful labor All those possibilities have been foreseen and charged up and paid for by the consumers But what of these workers What of their jobs and their hands and legs by which they and their families live Sir Robins says that up to this hour the labor unions have done somching the- universities a little and the church next to nothing The labor unions have won some sort of fair wages hours and working conditions wher ever they have been strong They have made a good fight ag dust child labor night work for women and un protected machinciy Yet at host they reach only a small part of the working world In regard to violence Sir Robins speaks some very Impressive words which towe upon what often exists betwien the press and tho larger forces of business Our conscience hits a way of go ling to sleep on the jt b and then work ling overtime In the last four years the railroads of this oounvry have kill WeIllredustrial daughter but If u union man slugs a scab who is seeking to take bread from his childrens niouUis we make a great ourery We dont seem to mind that the labor liters are vio laved awl how flic workers are delib erately poltoned and crippled and Will cd In smelter and mine and factory yet when In the blind hopebss strug souseIonaprotect human life anti enforce the low lest tho foundation of the s ItO crum ble I remember that during the greuc stockyards Mrike the packers imported animals tad prostitutes front the purllus of Cincinnati and St Louis and field private prize fights In the yards to keep the mamuscd after the days work These vicious and diseased persons worked over the meat that you and your families were in eat yet the conscience of the country spoko not a single word of protest How is it possible the people can be maijo to carry bo much at ono time and so little at another I wairt io tell you why and I wunt you to re member this much ut least of what I say tonight It is because of the industrial censorship of the press The great employers are the great ad vertisers nnd they can make or break a newspaper This skillful in dustrial censorship creates false mor al reentment or enthusiasm at will and thus the press of the country is used to ploy upon and mlnlid the moral forces of the notion Nor Is this industrial censorship confined to the press It is over the pulpit and the best clubs and the most select socie I tyColHers Weekly I The Sort of Husband Wanted Western girls appear particular as to the kind of a husband they would chooso if they were to make uso of their leap year privilege Recently a number of them expressed tlunsolves in writing and strange to say the man to whom each and every one proposes lis not yet born Hero is the ideal J oo ooooooooooooooooo gBecauseyour powers of resistance weakened 0Take Scotts Emulsion 0 and strengthens your entire system 0Itcontains Cod Liver Oil andHypophosphites so tOt o prepared that it is easy to take and easy to digest 0tOt e ALL DRUCCISTSi EOc AND 9100 0OOOOO OOOOOO 09 rt- t tr484aa set by Miss Myrtle Bascom of Omaha I NobHe vider must be u good meal ticket pro I He must be able to swear when the I occasion demands it I Ho must not stay out too many nights In the week But ha would not be forced to tell whore he had beenIHe must have a taco notobjectHe must have just enough money to know where the next meal is coming from and not enough so that ho can j live without working He must be an American and a gentleman Foreign noblemen and Amerl j cans of the Thaw class need not ap plyWhen she was asked why she made provision for the use of the D as she called It Miss Baconi stated she thought swearing wins almost justifi able at some times She declares she would not lay down the law to any man to whom she would propose and sfie would not allow him to assume to read the riot I can always tell a nice man when I see him going along the street If a tophimthen he Is very kind she explains I UNION LABOR WINS I LEGAL FIGHT i Judge Declines to Prevent Dis charge of Men Not Affil ated With Organization I Chicago dispatch says Judge Walk or In the Cook County Court today f declined to Issuo nn injunction sought by eight nonunion em ployes of the Chicago Railway Company to prevent their dis chargeIt as alleged by the eight men filing the petition that their dis missal is sought by tho union and Inasmuch as the company has a contract under which none but union labor can he employed they ask that the restraining order bo issued and the company prevented from discharg lug them The proceeding originated in a factional fight in tho union of street car men of which tho tioners sire oxmembers Judge pottI cr In declining to Issue the tion ruled however that the defend nuts which lire the street car compa ny and the officers of the union shnll file an answer to the petition offered by the eight nonunion men Judge Walker In his decision de clared hat injunction if granted would have the effect of preventing the un iou men from Striking if they wish to do so He said Decide as we must the llghlf the complaints to dispose of their labor as they see fit we must at the same time grant the saute right to the defendant it Is absurd to deny them the right to strike and to tell why they are going to sIlkeITo Issue this injunction would be- lo compel men to work agalnts their- will I Whenever men cease their coni ncctlon with labor unions tied the the unions then demand vhat they be discharged saying that they will not work with them nonunion men could get an injunction and compel the un 1111underIt seems absurd to argue In one breath that laboring men may organize to protect themselves and In the next that they nay not continue to I be organized for the purpose of protection I Good for Everybody I Mr Norman R Coulter a promin ent architect in the Delbert Building l San Francisco says I fully endorseI all that has been said of Electric lilt tens isa tonic medicine It Is good for everybody It corrects stomach IIvI er and kidney disorders in a prompt and efficient manner and builds up tho system Electric Hitters is the best spring medicine ever sold over a druggists counter an n blood purifier it is unequaled 60c at all drug gists m 10000 Steer Almost every one lies heard of Mis souris 10000 steer Tho valuation docs not represent the real worth of the animal lint tho amount of money that was expended In Its behalf The steer in question when a calf was claimed by each of two neighbors who went to law to substantiate their respective claims The case was in the different courts for seven years the tjtal of tho liclguion amounting a little more ban 10000 The steer still living mill Is ton years old isI ing owned by Elijah E Rice of ton county that Sate He has done credit to the nolorlety he has enjoyed by growing to tho remarkible height of CS inches equal to tho holght of a horse 17 hands high Efforts are being made to secure the animal for exhibition purposes nt fulrund carni val the coming sumntorEx t 9 The Kind You Have Always Bought and which luis been in use for oer 30 years has borne tlio signature oC IIsonalAll Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are hut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health or Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Criteria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant Ik contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotfo substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THCCCNTMmeeMMNV TT MURRAY 6THCCT NCW VOHK CRY IP r OUR CLUBBING RATES THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Herald135TH- EREPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE 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you will ask us to measure you up even without saying a word to you about it because our samples and prices talk for themselves Wo also clean la dies and gentlemens clothes in a satisfactory way CLUB RATE 100 PER MONTH A Dont Forget the Place THE PANTIORUMWILLIAM ROBERTSON Prop w r Y n Hertford Republican c M BARNETT I PROPRIETORS c E SMITHTxzsrrsozs Cunbrln640RoUlirh 21v = FRIDAY 3hX 29 It Is a wise lnvonlor bunt knows his own flying machine Mr Morgnu SlpS our fin metal pau- Ic Is over He ought o know The motto Iota been restured to tho gold coin but whero are the coins Goveruor Joll1l1on It said to be base ball onhUlasl but Bryan Is onto his curves That dlspach from Ihyan to Taft will most hkely be the last ono dur- Ing the campaign Congrotrefused tOl ymuch attention to the last messagu but tho country took notice Novembercectton report Ttttt firs Bryan a poor second Watson and Debs also Are Merry ranIby the yard or Chances are that nnuy of then arc IIlIf paid for at all The friends Judge GrnystlY he Is In the hands of dcsdny hut destly- will not control the delegates to the Democratic Natlotutl Convention Congress should hae passed the Campaign puhlidy bill without tack lug uu any outside amendment The country demands h and will have It sooner or lacer Some of our Circuit lodges should remember that as groat lnJustice maybe counnltyd h too much hurry in Court proceedlllgs as in too much delay All exchange remarks that II man should lJe honest III polities us well as btidness Sonic one wHl soon ad unco the theory that II mall should not ho n hypocrite b1 his religion Nona of our dulltlarersitnte gOlleI to the uoullle to explain that Ilollowell eases recently tried at duouh in the 1de rill Court did not grow OUt of the tobacco trouble This i feud rlued from II family dlrficnticy which spread ford eventually embroils I IIIll entire neighborhood resulting bl- Itu klux and happened lung before the socaned ulglit ridel svgs heard ofI There Are some men lu public lifE who eau remember buck to the day preHI1delltBled about the country takIng toad mall on a grant varhSy of subjects expended a large amount of mOlle IIIlJllkhardly received respect of a passing glance No one now dreams of the overthrow of Protection In this country In fact the tendency Is the other way for In spite of all the agitation against the extension of governmental favoritism the area over which the Protectle doctrine npplies Is steadily growing l As rho ProtlCtle principles make for cxIIlenseof time when England will be forced III selfdefense to adopt a like frolic of retaliation and selfJlgglandlzemcllt That time is apparently hut a few years Treading on Dangerous Ground Some Republican nowspapers an somo members of the Republican part seem so carried away with their de sires for the nomination of certain cu dilates for resident that they np pear almost willing to hedge on tho Tariff question and without knowing or caring what It really means aro favoring Tariff revision whuteve that is- 11hen the Republican party desert s or modifies its Tariff views or eve ofoquhocatfs the subject just Fa sure It will Le defeated and It ought to be Another thing Just as sure IIR the Chicago convention deserts old Jarty principles and builds a platform to fit the candidate just so sure will thl party be defeated and it ought to be The convention shoulll say to sach and every candidate If you cannot stand squarely and fairly and honetly upon II phuform embodying all the old timetried honorable and success ul principles that have made the Ilarty and the country so great stain aside Jf you are not a straight out and out Protectionist untainted with the germs of Tariff for revenue on Iy or Tariff reform or Tariff re vision or whatever else the unpatriotic and unAmerican disease may be caned stand aside The platform Is the main thing the candidate should be II secondary consideration The candidate le select ed to carry out the partys principle fulllaccordStand pat for the parts old prin- elplesNonvvAk 0 Reflector Good Work by Congress Congeat Is doing better than 11 usually does In the session Imme dlately btd0ro a Presllemial cam Ilraign lUIII better than thIs session WitS expected to do It Is ding bet er work both negatively and II1t- tlely And to a constleniblo de- greeI Its work Is responsible for the strength In the stock urket In the t past two or three weeks and for the Ilncrmnsing activity In Uuslnees Mun day the Republican House reJeced the IInUlujunctlon blllWllch destroys all chances for Its passage supposets hat there h1 nn p0sslblllq of Its nactment it the silent session next wimer The hiophurli amendment to loo Sherman law svus given up by its friends a week ago so far as regards nay prospect for Its enactment in the present session It will not bo touched by Congress In the suasion begillnlllgI- II December Tlnrs two measures which carried possibilities of serious rouble for the Rupublirnl Im In the Presidential canqaign lire now goodI Convention t Tuesday lit 0111 be able to say a goal coal for the work which has been done in the session width Is lu its dosing days now Tl1o platform makers will be able to give a good deal Qt space to the work of the President and Congress III the four yatls which have passed since the lllt Natloufil- onventionC met The first session of tho first Congress of President nOoN vells present ndnninlstratlon dill inure roonnPy Important cOllsiluele work singlesesslollIIIIICO the civil war days This u1 ludcs the moat luspnsion the rail fllOlllhenleaeurea of large con elluclllO to the cllUlltrr The +llltCorm tankers III Chicago will huvo a poasnnt task In- culllllg the roll of the great deeds of 1resliiosit and Congress since tJleI Innul1lnllon In UiOil ford they ire relied on to use to the level of their opportunity The crempalgn con ulhulon publicity hill sshlcJl has jUst passed the House ma he accepted br- tho Senate early enough to be sent to the President during this session ISO as to go iota operation lu the all preaching campaign The Prosldnrlt hats urged the pawcuge of R melllUIO along tile IIl1ell of the HOUSe bill and III mot of the Republltafus In the Senste favor It thieve Is a chllllce for uuhJouriinientsThe Crumpacker pr0pos11lon to lire vent fraud in the Statcs iii Xtthllld- lelectloIlKhkh has passed the House would miicct all urgent need because It would l1eprivo scsesul Southern States of represenatl0n it the Huuse and In the electoral college which they unjustly hold There Is very little likelihood however that it could go through the Senae In the short tune that remains of the pre eutses- sion States which abolish tune nCfO as a voter should not be allowed w base representation Oil hint in Con great and In the olesoral college Whether this measure reaches tit Pnsitellt In this session or not tin session ss ddente much worJt w11le11 the Republicans eau con Ion oppeltl In 1908 for n tom to control the government affairs for tour years longerGlobe Democrat Unveiling The Cumberland Presbyterian Church The miniature of the C P glaredh p n1 by Rev It H Iorfleld formerly of Tennessee He will give us a relJrodu- tloll of the scenes of 1810 Immedlut e ly following the urn aling Mrs L M 1Voo51cy will deliver tut oddness Mrs J T Slatwt of Hanson Ky will be present to give us tom choice selections of old time songs Communion services Sunday June 7th at 11 u Ill Tho sermon I1tLlver ed by Rev R H lorl1eld Preaching Sunday evening lit 73- p in Ly Mrs L I 1Voosley We extend IL curdled wukonie to all Game and welcome CERALVOIMay 27 The health of this cum nuuhlty Is generally good This Sunday school lit this place Is progressing nicely with Mrs Aunt Wood superintendent Mfrs Emma D Fulkerson Is vl5ltin g relatives lit stand Mr W II Iorrls returned from Evansville last Sunday LIG o Musses Hazel sand Gladys Ev erly rind Myrtle Garrett life vhriUng at Point Pleasant this week Miss Dhsitte Nelsley returned from Hartford Friday where she has bee n attending college Mrs Itotsle Casebler Is visiting the family of Rev John t Casebler of Rockport I Farming le very backward on ac count of the reoeyt heavy rains i 1 RESUME WORK ON i M R E HiH New Construction Company j Organized Here j Line Will be Completed From Mitchell to Hartford IAtOnce slWork will begin early next week on viewloflcompany has been given the con act li finishing the grade between Huh1ord and Sumydale the rest of Mite grade being practically completed no eelnialllf Is uHlde uJI ot Vllsoll I McDowell WlIlllllus and KoiilorThtf nervy wUIk Is hemeclI Hartford and Snunydalo and still require several menthe of constant work ssth askant- avcl It Is thought that rolls will be hill deny to Dundee at an early day In order to pertuu the OOustruc Butt of the bridge across itouglirly- cr tit thou point Practically no work has beau dune on the line for several weoks und the people hove been greut- ly disappointed over the outlookWw- hiaga will assume a more cheerful asptcL It III sure trains will be- runnhig into lIultfolll by November imid the rest of the lire will thou he fluished us seal liS possible 11oki- txs aim beell rcwuuted all the Green River bridge piers It Is probable that thin service will scup a Hartford IInrlng next wlntel c- auw trains which run Into Fordsvllle being opera ed tvvcut tulles further this town being the wlmlnus temporaril- yThurdtis loulsvillo 1luiea inns hl llfwlng which will also bo lIt luterrs In this conncctinhi- orkV- 1nd fin the Madisonville Hartford a Eastern railroad which hats been uspeudcd several weeks will ho t e- sutned next woeknudlnbm etytire nuts being engaged ut Louisville 1ltlsrtoad- d le1l1g built from Mludisonyllle trough Hartford to lordslIle1n Ohll- t itttly whero IL will crmoc w Itit tit llemlerum Ituutu Whcn completed I will give papiu In ltt werrn pant of- ho SIW It direct line p Toulssf1h- aaorteuing tho distance froll1 rl1l11sol1 tile Providence Livermore Calhoun uul cosy pubrta IIr from Wlbcy to fot antes Work nit the road was began more titan a year ago bUt it was tnlt Clnullcl1depre1 Prolramme I Of Decoration Services to be held II SUgHt Grove ehnlcl1 biy ao 1903 by n T 1Vhlttingh111 Port No 11 G A n 1 ldbl1Ie fly 900 A MMeeting at ciutrchrimg lug by choir 931 A MPraycr by Chaplin sing- Ing lUOO A Mh11cicomc Address Rev W n Edge response by Chal1- lIn 1100 A MIDccoit0tlan Graves at gmeard Declamation by Rev H C Truman 1200 MhRehn to clulrchluuc4l 100 P MSinging by choir 110 1 MAddresses by several Singing 200 P IRccllalion by young people 300 P MLReports of Committees 330 P MDismissal with song by choir Benediction by Chaplin W R Jones Commander H C Truman Adjutant CHURCHnMay 2GRe Miller filled his reg Inine IIIIIJolntment n Hickory church Sunday Miss Mabel Portetwho has been at tending school at heaver Dam re turned hone Saturday accompanied by her grandmother Mrs Joe Porter Alrs H J Raney and daughter Miss Ollie accompanied by her nephew John Bennett Willi the guetst of rel IItlcs at this place Saturday uglht and Sunday 3liss Lee Stevens and Mr Sam Rat 0fort were the guets of Cllffle Davis Saturday night and Sunday Mir and Mrs Luther Leach and Miss Sophia Raley dined ilt Mr A II Loochs Sunday Mrs J N Raley Mrs It J Raney IIIsFes Tllda and Fannie Plummer Ol lie Ranney and Leo StevensMessrs Jay 1Vesterfleld Sum Rafferty Henry Porter and John Iienuett were tieguests of Mr and Mrs J H Davis Inst Sunday Messrs Joe Stewart and Guy Rarf- CI ty of Manda were the guests of- Mr J Henry Raley Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Joe Saunders and Mi s Oliver Beaver Dam attended church hero Sunday Atlas Mary Williams and her grandmother lo1rll Agnes Turnley who have been visiting friends l1t Hopkuisville returned mote last week Mr Floyd MtUer Taylor MInes Is the guest of his hrotherAir Dee lnu- cr t 4 Never Without Pe= rufla in My House t So Writes Mr O G Oonver Hot Springs Arkansas There Are a Multitude of People in the United States Who Have Been Restored to Health By the Use ofPeruna Tiforo IIro a multitude of people in the United States who have been restored to health by the use ot Peruna There is no use trying to deny this fact As a rule doctors dhllke to admit It There Is now and then a courageous doctor who does admit It how eve In such cases Peruna Is proscribed by the doctor himself Even though the doctor suffers pecuniary loss by such a transaction his patient Is benefited which ought to bo the doctors chief concern Wo do not claim that doctors generally prescribe Poruna nut wo do claim whenever Poruna Is In tolligentiy prescribed It rarely disappoints either the doctor or patient Nasal Catarrh and IndIgestionSMr James P Bracken 610 Tenth has occupied the otllcoof Water Inspector ot New York City plumhlnltbusinessot Reigns Colln Council Knights of Columbus N Y lIe writes as follows For nearly a dozen years catarrh has bothered mo In ono form or another I was troubled with nasal catarrh thllthad my stomach which troubled mo most in the affectedI appetite was poor ant I did not seem to rellsb my gestion bothered mo at times also I was advised to take Peruna and I took It liS prescrIbed for a month when my cure wail almost complote Today thero Is not a trace of catarrh In lilY system and I can e y without hesitation that Perna cured me T Kidney DIsease Mr Samuel A Paxton 1118 Troost Ave Kansas City Mo member 100 F and National Annuity Association writes lam a well man today thanks to your splendid medicine Perunll I wad troublcd with catarrh and kidney disease of long standing ll I first Peruna I soon found I was better systell1jleavlnK1 G DARROW SEERS GOEBEL CASE RECORD For Defense of Man Who Offered To Pay 1000 for Kidnapping W S Taylor Fnutkfort Ky May 2JOrcnce Darrow the celebrated aitotucy who tIlYIGov Stfunenberg of Iowa was In Frankfort today to obtain record 1VIBlatiiGocbedWarren of Gerard Kansas edtlor oC- tho Appeal to Reason a weekly lobor journal Smartly after the murder of Goebel when Taylor fled to IntUnnn the Appeal to Ralson sent out It num ber of letters and on the envolol1es was printed the following One thousand dollars reward for anyone who will kidnap W S Taylor a fugitive front justIce and deliver him over to the authorities its Kentucky Warren was indicted In Piro Federal Court for sending libelous matter through the mail and lute case Is still pendiug Mr Darrow rue it Fnmk thatIfrom justice at the time Mr Wllrret made his offer of 1000 reward for tbo kidnapping of Taylor He expects to Provo that Taylor actually was Rccused- at the murder find will set this up us- II defense to the Indictment Mr Dar row WlsAccOml1anled here by h1sw10 and will spend tomorrow driving about the Bluegrass country and seeing Ken tucky For Sale Two batteries two boilers each 40hp flue boilers In good condition at 20000 per battery Also three bat tenes fire tube boilers hi good con dition TAYLOR COAL COMPANY 46t2 Taylor tUnes Ky BEAVER DAM May 27Rev Virgil Elgin tilled his regular Ulillointmeht here Sunday nighti of Ruasellvihhe MaryHardwickturned home Saturday Mr Pan Kelley of areettvhlespen t Q Colds and Stomach Trouble Mr O G Convers Pres Cold Storage Ice and Coal Co Hot Springs Ark writes I had been troubled with a very serious case ot catarrh for a number of years Having tried many prescriptions by good physicians I found myself no bettor 1I0rt time advice ot a friend who had used Peruna with good results 1 purchased a bottle The results were so good that I continued using Have perhaps in the last three years used ItIdozen bottles which have kept n1e from the Ing troubles of catarrh I am never without a I battle of leruna in my house Ono always gets relief from colds and IndigeS- tion ifjou have Peruna Internal Catarrh Mr Michael Bouncy tB Fifth St Watervliet N Y writs III t I had known of Peruna years ago I should have keen saved much sufforing Under carelessness and exposure filmy younger years my system got Into a Itifyof the blaidernnd duly prescribed for o but nothing did ins any good Iyfriends advised me to try Poruna for which I am very thankful as It has cured me In two months and 1 am In perfect health Catarrh of the lead and Stomach Mr Prank Richter of 819 East 2nd St Winona Minn writes I take pleasure In recommending Pertnl for catarrh of the IItomaeh Peruna cured imio and I kntw It will cure any ono else who suffers from thlll diseasoMy catarrh wail principally located In my head and stomach I tried many remedicsf with out succoss I rend of Peruuain the papers and five bottles cured w- em I Sunday In j Curds townII riuge ut Miss Bessie Dgllliin Barnes to Mm Dan Kelley Miss Barnes Is IIji er Darts prettiest and most popular young ladles while Mr Kelley Is In expert electrician IIn 0110 of the mos popular young men of Greenville Mrs Harry Monroe enteroailed the Ladles Social Club at her beautiful now homo on Main street Saturday aftcruon Miss Lllilan Monroe of Rskpor spent Friday and Saturday In town The S ar Bloomer gin1 s turd the local base ban team played before a largo crowd Thursday afternoon The local team beat the bloomer girls by a score of 6 and 7 The Alumni Association of West Kentucky Seminary held their first frldaytens were Miss Marie AusttnPres Miss May Dir V Pres and W C teKenney Sec and Tress The room WIIII br111iantly lighted and tlilieful- ly doorated In crimson rambler anti honeysuckle Covers were rllll for 32 timid when the cluck chimed ten all were In their places The welcome was given by Miss Mario Austin toast mIFt1cs and at her commandDrln- kbr down the assembly followed suit and partook of the refreshing puneh which constituted the flat course Tao other courses followed wltli the following foists between History of Alumni Mrs Z W Grltfln West Kentucky Seminary Miss Gibson Pro phecy Mr H E Drown 1908 Mr ML- 1f hughender Our Break Into the Alumni Austin Rhoads Closing address Mr J P McKenney nit 1230 the farewells woo given and the whole affair voted quite a success This Is only the beginnIng ot a serIes of meetings of the graduates from W It- S the following members and guests were present Me and Mrs H E Drown Airs 7 W Griffin and M1sy ijuncsMlsscsRhoads Annie Mao Dlr Lillian Mon roe Mario Austin Messrs O C Rock er and WC McKenney Mrs C W Cannon The guerta were Mr AL 11- Faughonder Alfas Dora E Olbnon MobIL Edna Cremin and Miss Allle- Fleldcn comPosing the faculty Misses Grace DuggYliI1ams Lillian Bir Blanche Van Meter Messra Austin Rhodes Ilnd nk Gray composing the J AustJniPMcKen r Wood u M D Maddox Z W ID Mrs E P Barnes Miss Grit Mary HardwlcJt Miss Ala Likens of Hartford Is spending a few days with hOI slsfer Mrs J F Alford Programme The following Ist1C progratnno oC the fifth Sunday meeting of the Obioicounty Association to bo held the church lit Central Grove s Begin 111IIntroductory SermonN F Jones J N Jarnugn alternate Sritrure Grounds for world wid- aMission0 M Shuttz R D Carter What the scriptures teach about forglyingA D Gardner G H Uw renee Tlno duty of the church and the pastpr U1 each otherH P Drown W It Oldham Sunday School talkE W Fiord S W Tichonor F D Vaughn Inl1xntnneo of church fellowshlllH D Burch G W Gordon Ordination of deacors by order of the church Pesbpery Sermon Sunday 11 a m Queues at beginning of each ser vice 0 H LAWRENCE 1 J N JrRNlGkN A D GARDNER Committee When the Hair Falls Then its time to act No time to study to read to experI yourhairSo make up your mind this very minute that If your hair pseAyersthe scalp healthy The hair stays In It cannot do anything else Its naturesway The bestkiad ola teettmoniQ Sold for over slaty yearalr xAdr 70cotowuIMYo i1qersJi SRSAPJR1LU PilLS n cttEUY tacToRAL k ott i JIt m a RESOLVED JYoU NEED BARE MANY5TRA MAN FIRST JUDGED NOT WHAT HIS HEAD BUT ISI BUSTED DOES NoT YoUR HEAD fEEL HoT IN THE oLD HAT YoU WEARING WHY NoT PUT oN A CLEAN cooL SWELL STRAW HAT THE HEAD IS THE CENTER of ALL fEELING AND UNLEss YoUR HEAD fEELS GooD YoU CANNoT fEEL GOoD WE CAN MAKE THE HEADS of MEN BoYs AND CHILDREN fEEL COMFORTABLE foR THE FOLLOW ING PRICES MATS500Il SENATE sHAPE foR YOUNG I MEN 100 To 300 YpUNG MENS TELEsCoPE STRAW HAT S100I PRICE51WEBEN AND LITTLE MEN WHICH WILL Go WELL I WITH A STRAW HAT GO i j jfartford Republican FRIDAY Mi1 Y 29 Illnolh Contral RallroadTime Table North Rnuna- No132dnrtatn III- I No 12at1erap Iii NoIO dna9 p iii 011 Ii BlIIuI 0121111131 n m- Sur let der 24s n n- No RU f 2 a In Drink FruTola at City Restaurant Boat exctesnt down Rough river next Sunday tee nbuu it lyl What good Fish you gt at City Restaurant No bones T L Royal Is prepared to take care of your grocery orders 43t4 The freshest groceries will be found at TL Royals Main street 43ti I City Restaurant Is the place for Ice Cream Sherbet Cold Drinks Etc City Restaurant Is still feeding the people and getting better every day Get first pick at tho bargalns in Ladies and Childrens Low Shoes OARSON tr0 Mrs Manda Love Central City was the guest ot Dr and Mrs E D Pen l1eton Tuesday i For SaleTwo mulch cows and calves I and good young horseE C Qrmand3eaver Dam Ky 42t2 Mfr E Known Central City was the guest of his bro her M J Keown city the first of the week Mrs J R Pirtle and children left t Wednesday for a protracted visit to relative at Snawnetown Illinois We have all the new things In Ladles Collars andn Belts Dont fail to see them OARSON CO Mrs John D Wilson and little wn John Allen will leave early next week to visit relatives In Hawesvlle Dont tall to see those odds and ends In Ladles and Childrens Slippers flow do sale atCiusofl Cos It is predicted that Hartford Fair- Grounds will see the biggest assem 4f peopleln Its history on June 20 1 40Hdof Sheep 4 cevc8 and 10 bogs will be slaughtered for theFra ternal Barbecue at HarttQrd Fairgrounds on June 20 Hon Toni Pettit and Prof Mcllcn- ry RhoICoswUlrpresenttlie MasOns s inthe galary Or ateFnalivr1becuetar frl JIt r Y Y a Z I NOT GO A IS BY IS IN BY WHAT ON T= ARE dn F I Genuine CocaCola Ice COld at City Res aurant I City Restaurans Steak Meals cant ho beat Try em I Telephone your orders for Groceries direct to T L Royals 431i Bring your Eggs Chickens Butter and haunts to TL Royal 43tlI Of course It you want a nice Meal or Lunch you go to the City Restnu I rant J Campbell Cilntrlll will speak fit I the Fraternal JlIlIbecue hero on June 20th i The warm wcat1cIls suggestive ot ono ot those stylish twopiece Suits iat Carson CostMrs J F Vickers will leave for Owensboro tomorrow to visit relatives for several days I Mr n D Nelson IMudnna Ballard Co visited triends and relatives In and near Huryford IL few days this week I I We have Russet Silk match the tan nnd brown spring tootI wear See howpretty they arc- CARSON CO Messrs Markt Renrrow Dundee John II Davis Taffy and Marion Awtry Select were moung our call ers Tuesday- Mr W T Woodward will leave the first ot the week fur Dallas Texas Iwhcre he will spend several months lathe carpentery contracting UKlnC9s j Hon C A Wendell ChIcago National OrgnlzerA S ot E has been I Invited to be here on June 20 Ho Is one of the most nfted orators In the United Stales Underwear that outwears all otler kinds Is the sort we are selling We i have Itror shorteund longs slims and stouts at 6c per ICARSON Mrs C M Crowo and children leave the first ot the week for Auburn I Ky whbre they wlll be the guests ot Mrs Crowos parents Rev and MrS Chandler June 2018 to lie the biggest day Hartford has over seen Every kind ot legltlmatb eigtertalnment from the I red toy balloon to the painted nibal from the South sea Islands willi be found on the groundtA large rock crusher has been re calved by olbrook and Moore and is being installedat their gyarry about JtoWUnion street I pr I r Y rdy ct47 IMr J yetiterday O Wilson Roslnc culled to IMrs Rowan olbrok who tits bee murII zi quite iii for the past tow days Is tut llrovingMUts Pautlm Smith Cerutvo wa cite guest of her brptller C E Smith end kite city tilQ first or tile wcelt Mrs R EDuko Istho guest oC her mother Mrs n W aowl1rtwito- YIqulte III or puctunohla at her home at Select Mr J E Wllliatits the efficient smUon agent fbr thc l C n R Co heaver Danl wap ll Htirtforl yes J terday IHalng flulsiied JIJ eriit us teacher LIlcnj YalIt Texas Misses folly Coleman ot Plradlse- Ky and Powell Jones of Roehostor DanSunday I Mesdames Lydia Conner Ilebe Matthews attended the Southern Kou tucky Convention or the Christian Church at Prhtcewn Ky the rtrH- ot the week IHaving compliicd his turtn of ent- ploymeit In the railway ninth service- onI route from Horro HTaudl tu Ow ensboro Mr Chester Known las re HartfoldIresigned tier position with Darnell Anderson and will leave tomorrow for tier ham In Drakesboro Miss Jones Is very popular with Hartford people and they refire t that the is to hstre- Vc have careruhty gore wlOugh our Immense Shoo stock and collecetl all odds and broken lots of Ladies and Chlldrens Shos CQftIilllg of Viol Kids Patent Leathers mid Whitt Can rasa and d riled them luo 111 los C CO 1lSI DoVeee will hold the Juo examilltlun fur whIte teachers 11 Furdnville Juno 19h and 20th Mr JoWcclSe and hit board ot examluers will be at coil tdursble- i expanse uod trouble ill holdlug the- examination lit Ford villo but they do It for the accemidatiun of cite tefclters llvllll In tltst secdeu uf the county witieh is lulu commendable rhe K fIlUuili servico at P church lase Sunday was a decided success The sermon by Eid Vrigitt Will replete writ good tituught add the music fulItishtd by Misses Mary Keuwn hattie Jlarnoitr gills Thomas and Messrs Ernest Field R D WItkel J H Pinto E E JIlrkhcad IIlId Wllyno Oritlill way eu Joyed by oil The graves ut Knights wile sleep is Olkwool were handsome lip decorattd iii the IIfternoII Little Miss Hazel Hoecker of St Louis who Is visiting her aunt Mrs O B Wllliums happened to quite a serious accident while running from the storm Weduesduty afternoon At the crossing ot Center and Liberty streets she fell srtilcilll her bead on the sharp edge of II stepping titoneCUi ting u gash about two incites lung JUSt over the right eye and friieul lag the skull slightly Ora lendle ton and Riley dressed thu wound and raised the fractured butte Into III ace At last accounts the little sufferer was getting along well with every pros poet ot speedy recovery The Ladies Social Club was entertained In a most delightful WhY lust Wednesday by Mrs C E Smith lit her charming home on Fredrlca street Ten games ot progressive rlInchwere played Miss Dora Gibson IInl Mrs E E llIrkhead winning honors Alter the games a most delightful lunch was serves Those who were present to en Joy title meeting wereMesdames A S- Pate T R lIarnard S A IlraCctier R E Leo Slmmcrman E D Pendleto J F VIckers C M Barnett Hook er Williams F L Felix W H Bar nes E E Dlrkhcud A S Yewell S J Wedding Z Wayne Griffin S A Anderson R Df Walker J S Berry W S Tinsley MLsses Dort Gibson Lily Drather Nora Dennott Debbie Taylor Vera Hawkins Edna Cremin Sophia Woerncr Maggiq Marks Iattle- Darnelt Louie Iarkg Mattie Sander fur Margarlte 4untherer Republican National Convention Chicago ill June 17 1908 For above occasion round trip ticket will be sold to Chicago at one tare plus 400 Dates of sale Juno 1216 lncosslve Limited unUlI Juno 30 for return J E 1LLIAMSAgont Notice tt Teachers J will hold the next examination for white leaehcfSat Fordevilloon junO 18h and 20 9 8 T9e July and August examingtiona will be held at Hartford JCM DF7WEESE 3 p J 3 0Mb Co1 i I PARDONS ARE ASKED- I I BY HUNDREDS Governor Besought From all itOyer Country to Pardon Powers lnd Howard Frankfurt May Y0Streatus of le tOir front all over that country II p4iiring in ten Guv Villsrnl daily urging him o grant fill and tree par j doitstu Caltll Power stud J Uleollhw ard iuul every possible perauce I Guverutorofftoirls county and Sue of mUI WIIOIJ1Iare Ttttau to 0Vlllson and asked the he pat d tut i ile Vfllluutlw moi1t of tine loie s which have bent coaling have been from the South this has its effect on Gvv WI1I soon alt wuh ltt is sail by his sece taty McKetizae Todd uo 11111 knusv how he will decide clue case and lu uili try not to he Influenced by rite pleas which lutvo been poured ttpuu him The Governor will dxjdc thin cases according to the facts ashown by the recordtt Is stated by htinnnd- he will nut lot outside Influences eon trot him but It Is an lutpes3lblllty for i hint not to be influenced in a measure by the contuutt pleas which are being made for tine parlous All this has its effecof lIece8sl and the opinion that lie will pudon bOh men 81111110 taus lucre Vhdrt the decision will bo announced Is rllrlIlelll which ito ono can- j solve for tutu Goverlior hllllHelf does cwt know 1111 uo mike any urn diction but It lit knows that he Is i nearly through with the records and hat he tins only II row more days of wOIlt before ho will have read all tlta- eiidBnee In boh cases wd be tamlllar with all the raes as brought out a the trlals Mrs Wl1Ilon Is taking an active increst in the eases and wans- Hovarrd pardoned especially It was satetl here several days ago that the Governor hud pruutlsed firs Viiirnn- to Inrdon Howard but tills was Ii- nlod ofliehdly tutu It is said that Hell Mrs Willson duCt not ktow how cases will be decided Vhile hu is writing for tlJo1niiIJ of the Governor Iloward Is doing his regular work In Ute llealteuitiar3ltuid has made a model prisoner TIe vat den says ho has no fault to fllld with Howarils conduct Howard himsr Is hopliful and hits made his plans for Ithe future In casalie Is pardoned lie wi no say to nuytne what thesis plaits are but ho says he has IIJ- ChlllSt to answer Ir he Is folIfthe Hncuco or the alegr l unuder of Goobel CoHjIUri K s G lti directed to assemble- at the new afltoty It iO p III uu Friday flay 29 190S This Is just ono wEek before the inspection uf the coui- pany by Cnllt W N Huger U S Aruty and the meetluig will be absolutely necessary Several prizes will InsJlootloniwill be made known Friday night This ntvetiug Is cotnpulsory C D ShIOWN 181 Serg- H command of Capt DoVeese HERBERT Mlay 6Rev lcXlw of Columbus Arkansas will preach Ilt PlllLher Creek church next Sunday mornlug at eleven oclock Mrs Stout Miller Warc of Pitilpot visited friends here several days this week A good many of his old nolghbora of this place attended the burial pf lIt Harden Floyd at WhleslIle Saturday afternoon Mrs Fannie Trettle of Phlllnrt t- gvlltng her sister Mrs Wm Ford lllss laitie Barnett was the guest or her slater Mrs Sm Hawkins Sunday Mr and Mrs n M Miller vrere the guests or Mr and Mrs John R Hanes and family Walnut Grove Sunday Miss Baxter Muller has returned home from Fordsville Mrs Olio Durdett and daughter Miss Myrtle attended church at Pell yule Saturday aftrenoon- Mr Jim Burdett and niece attended the marriage of Mr Arthur Crow amid Miss Audry White at WalnUT Grove Thursday Mr Willi Carley visited the fam- llycr John lilnton Colliers Station Sunday Correspondence Wanted We want aeorrespondel1t at each ot the following places Rockport Wy sox Mclfenry Taylor Mines Cromwell ArnoldHorse Branqh Dundee Rosine and Fordsville We furnish stamps find envelopes for mailing purposes and send Tohe Republican without cost Wrltb risIfyou want to not for ustJ1 I 1 k1l jct 6 t f Spring Y i y tFootweare i tliNew Spring Styles in the cele brated QUEEN QUALITY Shoes for women 3 350 and 4 The o daintiest Oxfords you ever saw Queen Quality male at 2503 to350 and 4 it BARNES SPECIALS 125 150 2y Aiiyou your moneys worth in Shoe tsatisfaction and because we can fgive you Shoes or Oxfords for Idress occasions for the home for all sorts of Shoes andaOxfords for all sorts of purposes 4We offer to the people who buy Shoes here the very best the world Z produces for the price we charge Supply your shoe necessities fromItit- his store and get the best from every stand point 4m jG tEPBARNES BROS d BEAVER DAM KY G ft 4 4M4 i Llr qcu fOR THE BUSY READER t The Capitol Commission held a nteothig at whuMi Frank Mi Androws presented plans for a powerhouse and spcciflcudiotls for furnishing the building Judge Parker dlsndsscd all of time Itepubllatn contest cases art hexing ton with the exccptiout of four Till contests In the rases decided wore ill made on technical grounds Time Hollewdll night rider suits were compronlsednnagnemcnC being made by the Caldwell county defendants to pay liiOOO All suit still pending are to be dismissed Several persons are known to have lost their lives in the floods In Oklahoma Several others narrowly CfoCll- ped drowning and hundreds are left homeless Four persons Word drowned lit Dallas Tex and a large IlOralln of that city Is several feet under water I Among the Lodes The council or the Red Men Wed nesday night was a busy one and wen attended The question of mov- Ing the wigwam was brought up and It was voted to hold the meetings In the new K ot 1 hall Nine palefaces were elected to membership two received the Adoption degree and two applicatlons for membership were presented A call meeting will bo held next Wedncsday In the new quarters i for the purpose ot putting on degree work All who are to receive work should be present and all Red Mn are requested to be present Some ad1- ditional paraphernalia has been received and time Tribe Is now about complete In this line I Hough River No 110 K ot P hold iiullTuosllaymembers were present and nIl express ns with commltttley James H Williams and John W Taylor was appointed to convey to Eld W D Wright the thanks ot tho lodge for his ser rices memorlad day The lodge elected the following offi- eers for the ensuing term clan cellor Commander T n lJunnrd Vice Chancellor E n Pendleton Prelate John W Taylor MaEer of Work rOutside new eft htrs who are all guiul ruw- tsd true wil bt ins ulltd- ustay la f nigh In July A rc Chattel of the Eastern Stslr war organlzed litre last Mundal ailFli This crganieeaon is umdu up of t- wives daughter IJIlltlCt1I and adste- of Masots ro one ellS belu g e1Jfbi- iO membership The work was at del supervision of Mrs PatlfeClIw- gftt or leltchlieII who is s PI1 t Wts thy Matron The IInllvcl Dam Chip ter did the work In a splendid sal nor A nice luub in iwo caur essaa served by the liiJlfonl ladies TieT following officers wore selected War thy Marnn 3rs 1 W Ford sistant Wont Mit4lon Mrs T R- Barnard lnduoutt Mfrs A S 1euti ell Secreary M1sa Nettie ltlloy Treasurer Mrs Rowan HodlrrooY Chaplain Mrs C M 1 Barnett r ganlst Miss Ieurl rhomas har hat- Mlss Nora nalleLt ardor Mrs tE Smith Sentinel Miss Ille Smith Adah Miss Annie Patton Rutlt i4ks Debbie Taylor Esther Mrs J F Pies ers Martha Mrs Z Wayne Grttltn Electa Mrs C M Crowe One leue man was elected to untce only because the laws of the order requite It Mr T R Burtiatrtl was seierled Worthy Patron iut it Is not espeetet that he will have mach voice III the affairs of the lodge In fuel It is suspected he was chosen because of his modest reiring disposition This order wlll meet Oi the nw hall at1 DI- p m each second IIIlIt fourth Mondal Among the vlsitors present rote Beaver Dam Chapter were Mr nnf Mrs C L Woodward Mrs C 3- 1TaylorMr Phoecian McKemey hiss Alta Mao Likens Mrs Arthur Miller Mrs J D Taylor MAs Benloo- Dodfon Miss Ili stile illlams Mix Arbuckle Mrs Villiatns Miss Math Smith In loving Remembrance Mrs Mary Cmjon IltJr1In who dB parted this life November 7 1901 She left a husband mind one little daughter and a host ot relatives timid frieuds to mourn her loss She was a klllll mother and affectionate wife To know her was to love tier Itl3 hard for us to give her up while sUIt wo know she Is bettor off than any she hnsleft behind We can only look to God who doeth ill things well to prepare a place for us when we may all meet some day A precious one from its has gone t A voice we loved Is still A place Is vacant In our home Which never can be tilled A SISTEn 4- i I NOW TO GROW I SWEET CORN An Important Little Crop That May Prove to be Prontabite Sugar corn or sweet corn Is a crop that finds a ready sale and as a rule at good profit Primarily it is grown buo sometimes Isas a garden vegetable Is a silage crop or green feeding a a silage crop or a green feeding There 4s usually a wrinkled appearance to the dry seed when used for canning the kernels must be well filled and plump but still soft and milky It requires about 10 quarts of seed for an acre and Is usually planted about the time when the cherry tree is In bloom It Is estimated that from seventy to eighty bushels of corn can be produced on nn acre of wellkept land The best soil is one that is both rich and warn but any good ordinary soil will do if deeply worked before planting The plants should be thinned out to 3 Inches apart allowing three stalks to stand to the hill Planting should be rePpeated every two weeks For corn that does not grow more than 4 feet high the hills should be 3 by 3 feet apart For the taller varieties 4 by 4 feet apart Just before the corn comes into blossom Is the time to remove suckers but corn growers gen erally do not bother with it as suck ers do not reduce the number of ears With the exception of more exten sive culture the cultivation of sweet corn Is the same as that of field corn The largest crops are grown on a rich warm loamy soil that has been well prepared by thorough cultivation and heavy fertilizing with ellrotted barnyard manure This will also give an earlier crop Important from the fact that it will reach the market when the prices arc best Some risk Is taken in putting the seed In early and In this case plenty of seed should be used as much of it is likely to rot should the weather be backward Some quickacting nitro genous fertilizer should be used for an earlier crop so immediately available plant food can be secured Tills fertilizer should be used In addition to the barnyard manure as stated The average yield of sweet curt was in creased 21 per cent in a test at the New Jersey station by the use of nitrate of soda2li per cent when sul phate of ammonia was used and 35 pur cent when dried blood was used Other features of the test proved that it was advisable to use nn abundance of all forms of fertilizers for sweet corn Corn may be planted In either hills or drills When planted in lulls it may be cultivated both ways Place about six kernel in each hill If planted In drills have the rows 312 feet apart and the stalks about a foot distant In the row Since corn needs a considerable amount of water in Its growth and Is likely to suffer fromI drought shallow cultivation practiced to preserve the moisture of the soil To have deliciously sweet sugar corn it should be picked in just the right conditionthat Is when the sKin of the grain breaks at the slightest punc ture and plantings should be made Ire quontly enough to always have a supply at this stage For market the corn Is gathered by breaking off the green ears with the husks on and Is usually sold by the dozen For canning purposes the crop Is grown by contract nnd sold for S to 12 per ton after all the Imperfect ears are removed and allowance made for extra husks For home use green corn tam be preserved by cutting the kernels from the cob and drying In the sun Kentuckys Fearless Newspaper The greatest Presidential campaign of this generation will soon be In full swing Are you in touch with the trend of events in both Are you acquainted with the ImrtlesI tions of the various newspaper in Kentucky is better fitted to publish complete reports during the Presidential campaign Louisville Herald Its rell tatlonIfor fairness is supreme must have a dally newspaper clubbing arrangement Is very attrac UveIThe Hartford Republican and the Louisville Herald both one year for 300 short time only Modren Conversation- A writer in a popular magazine de plores the poverty of the presentday conversation also its insincerity particularly on tho part of young men whose talk consists mostly of flattery and frivolous love making Is not tho young woman greatly to blame for this An observer of social doings declares that It is Impossible to Interest the average girl tln any i talk that Is not flavored with compliment and courtship that ot t n no matter In whet direction tho barqu of conversation Is steered she menages adroitly to tow It into the port of sentiment Perhaps this Is because it Is the only ground on which the average young man and young woman can meet They have no other Ideas and sympathies In common The young man devoted to business but he manages to road the newspapers and keeps up with the intelligence of the day Girls read the society page the fashion magazine and the lightest no vel If ho should bring into his talk any comment ou public movements abroad or at home or on Jhe polltl ttl questions of the day or even mi nor local matters of moment she would yawn behind her fan or hrfr pretty pout would tell him that she was mentally voting him a dry stick What wonder that ho Interprets the pout and proceeds to change it to a imilo by tolling her how chic she looked in her Easter bat or that he chose hls violet tie because It was Just the shade of her eyes DUt the good conversationalist does not talk learnedly or stiltedly Small talk may be made entertaining and oven though suggesting That enters more largely into convrsatelon than Into any other form of social life Mary E Bryan In Uncle Remuss t Notice to All Local Union Secretaries IndIanapollslndMny 101908 In view of the fact that there are yet a number of the members of local unions and members at large who have not yet paid their 130S dues to The American Society of Equity and as there has been in the past some confusion In reference to where to send the 1908 dues I would suggest that you read carefully and follow these suggestions All Local Union Secretaries In or ganized Suites will remit to their State secretary the amount of dues for the members of their local unions loss the amount to remain In the lo cal union treasury and the amount to be forwarded to the county union secretary If you have a county union or ganizationLocal UnlonSecretarllS In tutor giinlztd States will forward tilE amour t of the annual dues of thler members to tho National Union SecretaryTreas urer of The American Society of Equi ty Indianapolis lad less time amount to be ronlned In the local unioi treasury and time amount to be forwarded the county union secretary It you have no county union organization In your county the portion which would go to the county union must bo forwarded to the State union Secretary in organized States and the National Union Secretary In unorganized Suites wIth the balance of dues Members at large In organized Suites will forward theontire amount of their 1008 dues 10 the State Sec retory In their State Members at large in unorganized States will forward the entire amount ScretaIIY of Equity Indianapolis Ind Very respectfully 0 DPAULY SecretaryTreasurer National Union American Society of Equity In Memory of Bettie i Whereas Gdd In his Infinite wisdom has called from our home the spirit of sister Hettle Davis May 8 190S who was 29 years 4 months of age She was married to Floyd Davis Decem ber 25 1901 both being residents of Ohio county They afterwards moved to Jon boro Ark where they made their home Her remains were brought to Haynesvlllo Saturday 9th and Interred in the Haynesvllle ceme tery in the presence of a largo circle of sorrowing friends Being one of Ohio counties most prominent teach lchoolalnlItbeShe leaves a father mohter one brother one sister a loving husband and many relatvies and friends to mourn her loss She was a members of the C P Church also of Hendrlcks Lodge No 11103 K ect L of H Jonesboro Ark which lodge has adopted the following resolutions of respect Resolved That in the death of our sister the lodge has lost a true and honored member the church a good- Christian the community n good cltl ozn and neighbor the husband a kind true affectionate wife Dear sister the Idol of our hearts Wo love you still and weep for you and lift our tearful eyes to Him who called you from your home to live beyond tho skies ANNIE DAVIS CA S11 OaJ4Bars the- Sldacture c The KInd Yea HaYa Always BolgM i Radium in Rocks Speaking at the Royal Institution London lion R J Strutt said that In consequence of experiments he had comrf to the conclusion that there was radium in rock of tho earths surface The quantity of radium in beII I u 1 yr THE WEATHER PROPHETS tOLD Origin of Moderd Weather Lore Can be Tracen Back for Centuries Meteorology as a science Is in its in fancy but as a branch of knowledge it is perhaps as old as mankind The Itiglnnlng of meteorology are to be found at the origin of cultivation It would bj error to imagine that the Ich weather lore round In the Bible as pocially in the book of Job and in the poems of Homer and Hesold originat ed tHem In Palestine or Greece On the contrary the familiarity of the people with the sayings and rules concerning tilt weather revealed by these writings show clearly that they must be considered as a primeval stock if the culture of that time There is reason to believe says the Chicago Tri bune that the origin of much modern weather lore can be traced to Its ImloGermanlc source The Greeks as far back as the fif h century B C were the first to make regular meteorological observa tions some results of which still are preserved Their great capacity for urc science Induced them to propound neeorologlcsil theories At this time they used wind vanes mend In the first century B C they built the Tower of Wind at Athens Time first quantitative observations that is the measurement of rainwere made in the first century A D These were made In Palestine and their results arc preserved in the Mishnali Meteorology made but littler progress1 among the Romans The barbarous state of Europe after the fall of time Western Empire was not adopted to the furtherance of science which was barely kept alive within the Christian Church The fathers of tho Church writing commentaries on the week of the seven days often took occasion to Insert long elaborations on the atmos phere and Its phenomena The revival of experimental science in the thirteenth century led to the development of regular meteorological observations In the fourteenth century It was only during the later part of the nineteenth century that meteo rology beiaiise partially an exact sci ence Even yet In popular estimation prophets of the goosebone variety are considered almost as reliable as tho government observers Firstclass Blacksmthlj I nm now In my new shop at sunny dale and prepare to do your horse shoeing and all kinds of repair Work- I solicit your patronage All work guaranteed JANE 2lA Sun Motor- A sun motor was one of the ob jects shown at the recent exhibition In Madrid It is useful for pumping water working threshing machines creating electricity etc and of course after the machine has been bought there is no further expense On a cloudy day however It would be im possible for much work to be done hoffensiveDrop by dlscharj caused by Nasal Citiirrh fulls from the back of the nose into the throat set ting up an Inflamatlou that Is likely mean Chronic Bronchitis The most satisfactory remedy for Catarrh is Ely Cream Utilin and the relief that follows even the first application cannot be told In words Dont suffer a day loh ger from the discomfort of Nasal Ca tarrh Cream Balm Is sold by all druggists for 50 cents or mailed by Ely Bros 56 Warren Street New York Exploding Mines by Wireless It Is reported that a student of the Ele iioTechnlcnl Insvltuto of S Petersburg named Freudlnbcrg has in vented nn apparatus for exploding mines by wireless telegraphy Nflmer ous experiments already made are said to have proved remarkably successful The apparatus is also claimed to be tQrpeIto Impreess upon a party of friends a realization of the precious value of time told a story to illustrate his point A stronger he related was in the mountains when ho came ullwith a man who was leisurely driving a heard ofplgs TIle stranger asked tho map where he was taking the pigs gUt to pasture cm said the mountaineer What for Inquired the I the man replied But isnt it pretty slow work to fatten them on thoI grass Up whore I come from wo pn them up and feed them on corn It saves a lot of time The moun taineer shifted his plug to the other SURE CURE For All Disease o- fSTOMACH LIV 6 KIDNEYS M 0f 1 side of lils Jaw Yans 1 floso soy ho drawled but h1 whats time to a hawgi r Candle Fish In farts of Alaska Is found a kind of fish that makes a capital candle when it fa dried TJiotuH of the fish la stuck Into a crock of a wooden cable to hold if upright and Its noso Is lighted according othe Fishing Gazette it gives a good study light of three candlepower and coueld enable heat and will burn for about three hours Come Everybody Come To For sl11o Ky Juno 19 1908 and hoar tho Hon J Campbell Can trell Mate President of the American Society of Equity of Kentucky that distinguished gentlemen and orator and drink deep of the well of tho principles of the American Society again and have new blood iiftused into the yams of our Equity people Come brothers and bring your wives and let us unite our force onto more that has been such a factor for good in the past Speaking will begin at 2 p m A comfortable place will be provided by the committee Dont miss this as this will be tho treat of the season Come and let us have one good day together and hear the truth of Equity J C OVERTON J N SHREVE GARLAND BLACKCommittee f y A BRIGHT MOST- WHOLESOME OUTLOOK Balance of Trade In Our Favor The Largest in History Although there will be a very large defict at time end of the fiscal year amounting to between fifty and sixty millions of dollars yet oven the most rabid Democrat does nofclalm that It Is time result of Republican legis lation The falling off of imports and the decrease in the consumption of domestic products account for the decline In the duties and in the internal revenue while there hag been a normal increase in expenses which wo should expect with our constantly growing nation To offset the deficit howeverthere will bo a favorable balance of trade for the fiscal year largely in excess of any previous year It is possible it may amount to as much as 75000 OOOand of course ultimately the coun try must feel time advunKigo of tills Indirectly if indeed It is not visible by time further Imports of gold The fact of the matter Is that the finan clal condition of the country was nee better Our treasury has a splendid working surplus In spite of tho temporary deficit there is capital enough to meet nil needs and money is being loaned throughout the entire country at a fair rate The fact that the 40000000 bond issue of tho Pennsylvania Railway company was subscribed to ten times over shows that there is still the ut most confidence in American securities both at home and abroad and when this amount is put in circulation it will help not only along the lines of the Pennsylvania railroad itself but throughout the entire country The re turn of prosperity will not come suddenly it will come very graduallybut in spite of its being n Presidential year there is every prospect of a con stant gain in business matters which will undoubtedly bring us back by another year to the high water mark of a year ago The- Louisv lle TinS SI- s the divest afternoon paper published anywhere It prints the news right up to the mlnut Four or more editions every day The regular price of The Times Is 5 a year but you can get th- eHartford Republican ANDT- HELouisville Times Both One Year FOR X500SIC MONTHS 250 S u u o l- Y r stfS r JII pof T 1 OverWork Weakens I Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood I All the blood In body passes through your kidneys once evcrythree minutes Its stores the waste or Impurities the blood If they sick or out of order they fall their work Pains aches and rheu matlsm come from ex cess of uric acid the neglectedIthey ha neart trouble because the heart Is overworking In pumping thick kldney poisoned blood through veins and arteries I urinarytroublesbut now modern science proves that nearly beginII If you sick you can make no mistake t by first doctoring yoar kidneys The mild KhmersII soon realized It stands the highest for Its Wonderful cures of the most distressing cases I and Is sold on merits fiftyI aI yourbtood In In nome ot lwamp Root free also pamphlet telling you how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Kilmer EC Binghamton N Y Dont make any mistake buf remember the name SwampRoot Kilmers BinghamtonNI andTRADEMARKS promptl7 obtained In all eountrlei or no tee W obtain PATE THAT PAY Meeruthmthoroaahayatour- apes and nelp you to outer Send model photo or ikttch for FREE report on patentability M year practice BUR yortreOoldeEookonlroaublelsenuwrtulo BO3BOB Seventh StreetWASHINGTON D C If You Are Sick It is because some of the organs of the body are not doing then work well There is a lack of that nervous energy that gives them motion Con sequently you are weak wornout nervous irrit able cannot sleep have headache indigestion etc i because there is not suffi cient nerve force to keep the organs active and al low them to perform their natural functions Dr Miles Nervine restores health because it restores energyIdid not know what matter with I tried many remedies and Iheardtakenhalthad nervous prostration if I had not contlnlled IttotorstOTTO189Byourdrugglltfirst bottle will benefit It It falls he moneyMilesElkhartlnd KILLTHECOUCH- I AND CURE THE LUNCS i KingsNew II FOR cOUCHS OLDS AND ALL THROAT AND tUNO TROUBLES BATIBFAOTOIdI I AReliableRemedy j ElysCream Balm I ligulcklyabtorbid Gives Relief st Once It cleanses soothes protectsthe brane resulting from Catarrh and drives away a Cold in tho Head quickly Re the Senses of ter out are to do are Dr Co Dr was the me Trial PRIC1I EMBALM li RHy a aP I ruswstsEly Brothers CO Warren Street New York rLEGTRICIlITTIRSI J rJ- tYISJFF I e1l7 ALt1 OSLnsNT J4Rbn1TB f BARNETT SMITH i ATTORNEYS AT LAy HARTFORD KY lit practice their profession In all the i courts of Ohio and adjoining counA ties arid Court of Appeals Special attention given to all business entrusted to their care Collection and the Prae tlce of Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build ing FRANK L FELIX Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice hIs profession In Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Criminal practice and Collections a Specialty Office In the Her aid building C CHAS M CROWE LAWYER HARTFORD KYIWill practice his profession In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals Special at tention given to criminal practice ands to collections Office In old Republican building on Center street JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Special attention given to collections making abstracts Ac also Notary Pub lic for Ohio county Office north side public square R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice In the State and Federal Court Prosecute claims for pensions Mc Collections promptly attended to rrmlnty4fflce 1C L HKAVU1V KliNEST WOOIIUAlt HEAVRINWOODWARDI oeltievs O HARTFORD KY Will practice their profession in all the courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Special attention giv en criminal practice and collections Office next door to flank of Hartford YAN CY L MOSLEM ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY + Will practice his profession In all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals Also No tary Public Office over First National Bank w HIIAHNKS SA AXDERSOt BARNES ANDERSON Attorneys and Counselors at Law HARTFORD KY The undersigned announce that they r have formed a partnership or the prac lice of Law in all courts State and Fed eral with offices south side of Main t street opposite Court House Hartford I Ky Abstracting Titles and litigation affecting Titles to Real Estate will be given special attention Notary In office W H BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE t MISSUSIE MAY i A graduate of Owensboro City Hos pital has located in HARTFORDAnd will answer calls at all times 1 Residence East Union street Home phone No 13- 7JAMES c BENNETT r P O IIoxlS Hartfoid K- yLICENSED AUCTIONEERWill erty In Ohio county Terms reasona ble Your patronage solicited I JOHN BLAIR Buford Ky LICENSED AUCTIONEER Will sell any and all kinds of property In Ohio county Terms reasonable Your patronage solicited madddrmwlwtmartr4coprrlabtetaINJirrel wills Itu4lagrosavn tiesrwdry aislelc the Patent and Infrlnrsment PracUct write or corn lit aa IU BaU Itrwt pf w tUlMExCIUdnlrJ f WASHINaTON D jJ 1 i 1 IrftYANWILI GET tOMINATION h Says New York Herald In Lengthy Review Already Has Enough Instructed- Or Certainly in Sight to Give HlnUhe Victory Washington May 21The New York Heralds weekly summary of the De mocratic Presidential situation tontalm a reiteralotn of its former forecast that Colonel W J Bryan will be nominat ed at Denver and states he now seems assured of 800 delegates or 128 morn than the number necessary to a choice The Herald today says The Herald containing its nonfaction al summary of the progress of the con test for the control of the Democratic National Convention which meets in Denver In July notes that the efforts of the Bryan opposition are increasing In strength if not in accomplishments and is compelled by Its reports to con tinue Mr Bryan far in the lead In delegates actually chosen and In probabilities During last week 56 dele gates were elected to the Denver conven tion 22 were instructed for Bryan and four were chosen at conventions which indorsed Mr Bryan Eight were uninstructed and 22 were instructed for Governor John A Johnson of Min nesota Thus far the number of delegates instructed for Mr Bryan is 303 delegates uninstructed who are expect ed to vote for Mr Bryan108 uninstructed delegates against Mr Bryan num ber 49 instructed for Johnson 22 in1 structcd for Gray C There are yet to be elected 520 delegates Of these j unIblascd390 will probably support Mr Bryan at Denver while 94 will probably be j ah against Bryan and 36 are doubtful or uncommitted The changes which have been made from the Heralds previous tables gives Mr Bryan twentytwo instructed deleI gates in Massachusetts and two elected with a Bryan indorsement making twentyfour In the State for Bryan while eight are classed antlBryanj These eight are so classified simply j because district conventions which elect ed them did not Instruct for any cani dldate Geo Fred Wllllamswho dons r inate the Democratic party In MasJ sachusctts asserts that the 32 delegates will vote for Bryan I A slight change has also been made in the classification Pennsylvania Fif I tyone delegates who have been elected and instructed for Bryan are put in I Ills column Thirteen who are not Instructed for Bryan are classified as probably antiBryan while the four I I utiHarrisburg lul Col Guffey the Democratic boss his associates who have always IIand the Republican game In the when they could are now enga ged in seeking to induce the fiftyone instructed Bryan delegates to break their Instructions The State will be the scene of a very hot contest but i even if Guffey could prevent instruc tions ho will be compelled to send t State Treasurer Berry the Bryan lea der In the State as a delegate at l largeOwing to the bitter fight In the Virginia primaries against instructions the outcome of the State conven k I tlon to be held at Roanoko June 11 Is considered doubtful and In the table Virginias twentyfour delegates are shifted to the doubtful column But two State conventions were held dur ing the week Minnesota put Gov L Johnson formally In the field with k twentytwo instructed delegates be bind him and Woymlng elected six delegates and Instructed them for Dry an I The South Carolina State convention to be held this week will probably send a Bryan delegation The last sign of Bryan opposition In the State seems to have disappeared on Satur day when Just before sailing for Eu4 ropp Senator Tillman said Why man Bryan Is going to be the next President I am out for Bryan He Is sure to get the nomination and I am sailing for Italy with that as surancesure as shooting You cant make It any other way It Is his and he is to come into his own This Is tho eve the Alabama primaries Senator Johnson Issued a state meat a few days ago declaring h11 favor of Governor Jphnson of Min + nesota The same day Governor Cora f er of Alabama said My personal preference and I am surel am with my State in this Is for Bryan Seeking further light on the Alabama+ situation the Herald telegraphed to v ita correspondent at Montgomery for ari Impartial estimate of the pro I ixiblo result of the Alabama primaries tobe held Monday This Is his reply 4P tiffcrteraor Johnson will receive a- fairly good vQ eln the large cities of- F i ih the State but the rural districts arc almost solid for Bryan indications are that Johnson will receive between 15 000 to 2QOOO and Brydn between 60 000 and 80000- Governor Johnson is making great headway in Michigan which in every Herald table has been classed as pro bably against Bryan The great bat betweenlJryan and Johnson in that State was fought In Wayne county in which Detroit Is situated D J Cam pau tho Bryan leader in the State emerged from this contest with a mere handful of delegates and the 149 dele gates front the county to the State convention will go in the interest of Johnson Campau will send a cop courtlyIinthe Democrats also split but both factions Indorsed Bryan The contest is close but Bryan has a fighting chance e toIMr R W Warfield who has been a citizen of this place for the past two years left this week for Hart ford where he will continue to work for the M H E railroad company He is a splendid civil engineer and whoIhas during the past two years engineer ed the grade on this division of the now railroad and has shown tho keenest desire towards bring a first class- man I I both in his profession and as a citizen and Hartford may claim him cltizens1ladlsonI Valuable Wescons To have the ability in a period of stringency at home to decrease our 1m ports and to enlarge our exports ia to Abe armed with two valuable and for mldable economic weapons The Tariff is a wall to Protect our own Industries against dumping operations from abroad But it docs not keep us out of foreign markets for our foreign sales are Increasing every year The trade records of the last five months make ridiculous the assertion comifits of free entry Into the worlds mar kets Wo have that entry and are now using it to the marked benefit of our own trade and industry Dover N HI Democrat The Vice Presidency What strange hoodoo has over shadowed tho office of Vice President of this republic Why should this lostsaltaspiring statemen Hero is a Job with a salary of 12 000 attached to it carrying few duties that arc onerous and much distinction Yet one after another of the men who have been in the public gaze as can didates for tho Presidency and Vhen all of nomination has secImdIt Is not modesty for they huve not hesitated to cast longing eyes at high er altitudes of fame Nor can it be fear that the nerve strain would prove too racking for them Can It be that they dread the task of presiding over the Senate Perish the thought No body of men is more easily handled no assembly is less liable to disturb the peace or happi ness of its Chairman In the Senate everything moves with an Invariable precision Ask Aldrich if this is not so The majority votes Its will The timid minority submIts It is in the House that the fllll busters romp and prowl and that Uncle Joe Is called upon to exercise strategy and authority to save the nation from John Sharp Williams andhls Appache band We are at a loss to understand this attitude Not only are the favorite sons united in determination to boy cott the Vice Presidriecy but as yet there are no Indlcatons of any volun itcers from the ranks of the less con spicuousTradition has it that the Vice Pres dcncy Is a political shelf This mayac count in some degree for its unpopularity and yet history has shown tra dition to be untrustworthy For loose volt by the hand of fate It proved not a shelf but a stepping stone and there Is no good reason why by the hand of purpose and design It should not bo a stepping stone agalnprovlded a man big enough for the higher hon or Is chosen to fill ItLouisville Her ald Electricity and Memory- At a recent meeting of the Royal Society of Canada Sir James Grant tM D presented a paper on the neur ons andells of the brains in their relation to the faculty of memory and afterJitaling that as with the other tlssuefl oftho body so with the cells of the brain evidence of lessening poWe and activity appears with the passage of years he added the very interest lag statement that the lino of present investigation demonstrates that the electrical current through the brain rotates ItS molecules to such a degree as to produce a most notable phyolo logkal response In the direction of improved xnepiory I- J V i of tf VASSAR GIRL WINS SWEATER Former Champion TransfersI Garment to Blushing Record Breaker By making a new record in the running hlghjump Dorothy Clark of Boston one of the prettiest girls in the sophomore class mado herself the heroine of field day at Vassar College Saturday afternoon She cleared the bar at four feet two and seveneight Inches says a Phoughkeepse letter No masculine reporter was permitted to profane the sacred athletic circle with his presence but the Press Com mittee which gave out the news as serted that Miss Clarks jumping had been the prettiest feature of the pro gram and that she was as graceful and light as a deer The record brokne by Miss Clark was four feet two and onehalf inches made bYHelen C Babson of Glouces ter Miss in 1905 Miss Babson now a member of the Vassar faculty was on a side lino today among a thousand cheering students The instant Miss Clarks achievement was an I nounced the former champion ran across the field pulling I off her sweater as she ran and placed that robe of honor on the new victor It was a gray sweater with a large pink V in front such I as only holders of athetic records are permitted to wear at Vassar For three years Miss Babson had worn it without dispute from any quarter Tne transfer of the great garI ment was the signal for great cheering Miss Babson was not permitted to leave I I the field until a hundred wildly enI i tmsiasto Classmates of Miss Clark had hugged and kissed her L In Memory Death has again entered our midst and claimed as its victim a dear boy Mr Rufo Ross who died Tuesday April 14 1908 Ot has been my privilege to know him from childhood and to be his classmate from youth up In our sorrow and bereavement we wonder why one so young and amiable with the most of life still before him and with so much to live for should be taken away But we do not know we cannot answer the question As we saw him 1n the vigor of noble manhood we recall no one whose death I soem more lamentable for he wash reaching a state of usefulness and was giving expressions to such noble nevIorpleaIsurepast I In the death of Rufo Smallhous community has lost a shining star I yes a noble true and loyal boy How strange it seems that wo must live in a world where solemn shadows tire I continually falling upon our lives shadows that teach us the insecurity of all temporal blessings and warn us that here is no abiding stay Clouds may darken the sky but they are never so dense that the golden ray of sunshine may not penetrate and in lifes battles and struggles let us be drawn close together by the cherish ed memories of him who has gone on before us Oh dear mother and brothers I know that it seems that your hopes are crushed that an aching void has been left in your hearts that can never be filled Yet lath not this great sorrow a bright side Surely this dear loved one will make one of the brightest and purest angels and could we think of robbing God of him now In this young age His crown would be so incomplete without this jewel So do try to let hope and faith min gle with your sorrow i May God temper your affliction and give to you strength to endure this great trouble His friend and classmate Ohio County Ministers The following list of ministers re siding in Ohio county has been complied by Dr E W Ford of Hart ford Ky If there are any others or any correction that should be made in the list report the same to him T J Acton Sulphur Springs A V Armstrong Olaton G J Bean Hart ford F D Baughn Sunny dale R P Beck McHenry J A Bennett Beda R D Bennett Hartford J R Bennett Ford vllle R J Brandon Fordsvllle H P Brown McHenry H D Durch Frieda land G O Drown Smallhous H L Brown Smallhous J H Brown Small hour C Carby Fordsvllle M J Cox Doanfield J T Casebler Rockport E W Cook Beda Rocco Curtis Rock port R D Carter Hartford J A Cheek JTordsvllle JVP Carden Nar- roWs H T Crowe FordaylUe B L Davis Hartford B F D 0 W Dame OJatonElgin Hartford W R y Edge I F I a r- v jqtttf Wat I IG IwHEN a country becomes civilized it def Imands typewriters When it becomes I posted on comparative values it demands THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER- The fact that The Smith Premier Typewriter j 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 Got I nuo fFO i n tucl1 821 Pine St ST LOUIS MO s I keep the bucycie ship It back to w at our expense and HU will not Dr tnlltmI utWe highest grade It Is to make one small profit factory mo I TOW WILL RE you the you We highest bicycles it money douoa our mites Orden filled the received SECOND HAND BIGYCLKS do not regularly handle second hand have on hand taken In trade by our retail stores These we clear atprices ranging from 8a 88 or 810 Desert uve harnin COASTERBRAKES 8 WAJtTED ARIDER AGENT itsnukingshiptoheWcydeandput NOT FACTORY PRICES atanlefactoryrigsASTORISNEI low1riulweanmake costII10YCLEaloll wheels Imported roller chahiilanap pare and eqwpment of all llda at AatAs suaal rku 5 o HEDGETHORN PUNCTUREPRooF SELFHElLING TIRES regularrelatlbrutofThese tire it 1350 eryair la introduce tvt will lillrouatamflefatrtorflMHcastiwilnc SIsII HO MORETftONBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tack or Glass will not let tho out thousand pairs sold last year Over two hundred thousand pairs in use- OtTSOffPTOJvMadeinallslzesItlsllvely and quality of rubber which never becomes above cast You this sell the We but hits JAl 1rs The tut air now oroui and which closes up small punctures without allOW log the altto escape We have from satis fiedcustomers that their tireshaveonlybeen pumped up once or twice in whole season no more than an ordinary tire the resletingqualttleabeingglven- by several layers of thin apsclally prepared fabric the tread Therrgularprice of these tires is 1350 per for advertlIDR we are making as lactory rice to received run H n Catalogue describes all DO WAITbut 4 Jr tiifDLASTIO representcd1We WCIknowathespecialnUYlNG bicycle are everything MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILLi + UUU 1THE KENTUCKY I Light aildolder Co iI IINCORPORATED RT OUSTS IIBE WITHOUT WHEN iREACH IE G BARRASS Manager I +Megan F M Farris Olaton W Farris E Fuqua Hartford R F D A Gard Beaver W Goodman Sulphur Springs Gordon checoe M Gray Magan Horn Beaver N Jarnagln Beaver N F Jones Hartford G H Beaver R Lewis Hart W Love Beaver W H Morton Jones N Miller Roxey T JlcCutchlon Rockport E V Phipps Centertown James Reneer tefto 1 Marlon Renfrow Olaton Henry Sapp Adaburg 0 Shultz HarUord Taylor Westerfield t TOWI districtand exhibit I furnish the bicycles possible II when receive our beautiful catalogue studY our at rwadnaUy i or si bicycles usually a out promptly to easyrid a spedal sitting a pairbu t U A SAMPLE PAIR TO INTRODUCE ONLY IIN and ride and year day tree Notice the thick rubbertread I and puncture and also rim strip Hito prevent rim cutting Thlsj tire will outlast any other and All orders ame letter Is 1 bank If you order a pair of these tires you will sad that they will ride easier faster I dont buy any price you a proval and trial which and makes and 01 at about half the I write a postal today DO NOT TIIINK OF a pair of tires anyone until you know the new and wonderful offers making It costs a postal Write It NOW I J L 1 I I ++++ + t++++++ + U H j r+ THEM IN I I 1 + + I 4 + + ++ P Select B ner Dam G W Pin J M Dam J Dam Law rence Dam J ford J Dam W con w 1 J M C C a EACH to at save on superb number mailed A 11 D on kind at any until send for pair of atI usual us we only to learn i R J J J G T Tlnsley Render L W Tlch enor Slatanzas J P Taylor Plnche co H C Truman Fonlsvlllej A J Williams Hartford Guynmn AVester fload Narrows Otto Whittington Fordsvllle W S Wheeler Rockport T C Wilson Hartford Ministers who live elsewhere and have work In Ohio county J S J Drear Askins W H Bruner Ekron J W Brlstowe Whitesvllls Geo B Bush Morgantown 0 N Corley Webster R H Hartford Livermore T G Jones Drakesboro B F Jenkins Owensboro W R Old ham Rockvale W R Rice Cham bers W B Wright Central City Y M lIlEl vL Dm1T Ohio County Circuit Court T F Blrkliead Judge Ben D Rlngo Attorney Oscar Mldklff Jailer Ed a Darrass Clerk Frank LFelix Master Commls loncrY it Mosa lei Trustee Jury Fund It B Martin AIllratcherand 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 Court Begins on the third Monday In January April July and Oc tober TUesdaynay In October SurveyorIAssessor R RoyJames DoWeeseScliool Superintends ant Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo JUSTICES COURTS- J II Williams Beaver DamMarch 24 June 23 September 24 December 24 W P Miller Horse Branch March 26 June 25 September 23 December 26 W S Lean Dundee March 27 June 26 September 26 December 27 W R Edge Fordavllle March SSJunn 2 September 27 December 2S- II S Chamberlain Beda March 29 June 25 September 28 December 29 Herbert Render Centcrtown March 30 June 29 September 29 December 30 John H Mile Rockport March 31 Juno 9J September 30 December 31 HARTFORD POLICE COURT- R R Wedding Judge J S GJennClty Attorney S H Sclbert Marshal court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES- M E Church tjoth Services second Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 p m and 4th Snday 7 p m prayer meeting every Wednesday evening Rev Virgil Elgin Pastor Baptist Church Services held Saturday night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thrsday evening C P Church Services first Sunday In each month at 11 a m und 7 p m Rev Bozarth Pastor Chrlstlon Church erlces every fourtl Sunday at 11 a m and 7 p m Rev W B Wright Pastor School 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 Simmerman C M Bar nett E E Ulrkhead Wayne Griffin HooKer Williams and Kmest Ellis SECRET SOCIETIES Hartford Lodge No 675 F A Ma sons meets first Monday night In each month C M Crowe W M D Eo Thomas Secretary Keystone Chapter No 110 meets every third Satrdny night In each month R R Riley High Priest Itoscoo Render SecretaryRough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pythias meets every Tuesday night R D Walker C CJ R C Porter K of R and S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M pKeownord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third orldalulernoon of each month Mrs Lady Commander Mrs E B Pendleton Lady Record keeper Preston Morton Post No4 G A n holds regular meetings Saturday befty the first Sunday In each month F f Porter Commander R A Anderses Adjt Ohio Tribe No 188 Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednes day nights In each month Isaac Foster ley Sachem J rJey Foster Chief of RecordsAcme Lodge No 339 I O O F meets every second and fourth Monday night at 730 G D Likens N G 0 M Shultz Secretary CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of The Safest and Quickest Way to Transfer Money IS HY LONG DISTANCE TELEPHONE For Rates Apr ly to Local Mgr Cumberland Tel X Tel Go INCORPORATED J VEARSII TRADE MARKS DCSIONB COPYRIGHTS Ac Anon sending aketch and description may- qutcklY ascertaincur opinion ana mmuniea- llmtutrlclconddentaiIIAIIOBO on Patents sent tree or eou ngpatent Patents takenthrough Munn Co receive tjxcial argeln- teSckntific Jimerkan A handsomely Illustrated weekly Tersest elleu anon of any cUntino oemal H a M iB fl t tWlTHDRAWS HER SUIT I TO ANNUL MARRIAGE EeTyn Thaw was Unwilling from tIle fiast Pressure but Sued UnderI New York May 2GEnu Nesbit- J3taw through her counsel rodari- lhdrew the suit which she instituted n = tine ago for the nnuu meat of bet mArrIage to lIarrr K Thaw The ton for wit1uhuwel was 3enclo- ne by Interco Doyo who had been tygmotn4ed by thu court to take tes UC10ny In the prtneedlmig and thee ease was declared discontinued without coot to either party to the suit- Iflrpmediately following the tllsmls8a- 1at the action Dlllle OReilly per80nall COJIlscl for Mrs Thaw Issued r 1151Tbawtime proceedings front the first It was I fraly because of prersure on the part of her husbands relatives that she Jud any part In such a proceeding saId ttr ORollly and that she withdrew the lesion because she believes her hus lundS present iOsltlOn demands her yotntyThore has been much mlsrelresent- u10D as to Mrs Evelyn Nesbit Thaws 3eIIon for aniulmennt and then subse- eently discontinuing the same said the statement 1is Thaw reluctant lr mnlie such tut application In res yuoee to pressure brought by rela toes of her hushand she withdraws um the action at this time because i5e believes her husbands present sl- eeJon demands Clom her a loyalty to hll luterests and that It would math serve ail good purpose to prove at a time when he s nttemping 0 I1t his liberty that he was 11iIM- wllen he married her Especially stilts tree In the light or the unnflrutI- IIICe eonclusinne of the last proeee- dIII hotmrme aitulIstoat recoacilaItio1rffe and Mrs Evelyn TJmw w ined- vs He added that Mrs Evelyn Thaw hon ht she hud a right to sonic Itm ieial recnmpeumto for the sacrifice ettc had made In haws behalf Mr- AReLIiy geld that some step of that MM might he tUWII buL he would not ktf8le stint form the niOrenmcmit would tak- eBrilliant Commencement West Ky Seminary The II hftJjh commcncen J iXer M o wes Kmnclty S ml1u y- lkavr Dam were held May 1S22- HeDda evenlug Miss Crtmlnj in- sIi t PIt rtlliued preseUtiug a very OnVrtstinq torn dy anti two cotne- d4ttai jn which they displayed mark f4aleut In huiollle art Tuesday ntwmhig the Six h and ilevuth ratite pupil of MiIsa Irl teemali4 telttule being the class shin and Mile in W 1C S n8 exemplified In th- c9eee eons the Seminary ell tuft twr eidergreen and whtteUHd In the dscuratinne- it5tlneeday evening the phalmo mid oetolto rteltal by the class ot Mls- gRr find the plauo recital b Mary si+ StnIIl a pmip11 of Miss Bir- 4rtMhfd one of time must interest itgt pfmrame uf the WeJlk Ma- rywart Ismuy Masson and Marie Io- rot were pitizoWhinclt theyy having adaeed uo Ieirou MId having dtm die ee und amount of iuactlce- On Tlhuneilay evening the Iner nedien and lrimay l1eIUItmeutl uu- art lie Ilhte tun of 211srts 1ielde- ntab tflbiOlI gave the Coming of 1 rilIC IUld A Peep into fairyland IF c 1tinh apiseartwl rtthhls trogs- Aarniee blackbuda sunbeams apple bI some lilies ittirics and their- gwemi tna pelmiee and princ0ss- i1t pages and aLeudahts a Poet alit a attk girl II tpeCtacular program eLeuuding In gorgEOus coloring spirit ea sylphlike nroauusa veritable fieiryk aL- stadey WY nlllg the graduating CIL5 CJIIP ptcdor MrJUI Llllhlll Brr tnvhEt Van Mcler anti Grace Will iaate end Meisrs1rttnk Gray and Au- sti Rhoads lalvertd their orstious- 1g reeeVcJ thou diplomas which Qr prtxenttd by Mr Faughlldtr- f Puke Iii a highly complimentary JC t1c work that they had done tfld a glowing terms of what the fur 0 itelll ut stina for them should f Y maintain their high standard of teelIenoe in work The arowtshug event ot the week of splendid euterhlnments was the Alumni null their guests Miss Marie Llbrnrr or the Seminary A menu n1 six 0utptee WM enjoyed by the JlunmL Ind theIr guow Miss Marie AosUnHthe president u1 the Asso eiation as toastmistress gait d new Jtatrels for herself and reflected credit I oft her Alma MaterII Toasts were z VRyue Griffin cawlot 97 UtIJj I r DoraGltiwn AIr II E Drown class ti Mr M M Faughender MrAus- tin Rhoads class OS and Mr J p McKinney chairman or the Board or Eduction which position he has held for morethan sixteen years This has been one or the most pros izrous yv trs of W K S and with the advantagra supplied by the hand some new building her prospects were- never brighter than at present In loving Memory Of littlo Frances Marie Denton who departed this life Alny7 190i age 11 mouths 21 days She was tho Ihfant daughter or Mr and Mrs M E Den ton SILO was sick only a tow days beforothe Angel of death came and claimed her as Its own Weep nut dear parents for little Marie for we know she has a resting place fur better than here where she wlll await your coming It Is hard to break the temider cord that bound her to our heart It Is so hard to speak the word we must forever part lint stlll we know Marie has gone to realms of love so rail where uU Is one eternal day There will be no suffering there GEORGIE BUFORD May 2711rs Roscoe King of Dell Run visited her parents Mr 0 W Jewell and wife last week Mr I V Taylor visited his parents at Reynolds Sta lon Sunday- Mrs S J llussey Is sick this week Mrs Madre Wells ot Utica Is with her daughter Mrs Oscar Turner who Is quite sick with Uronchll and oherI trouble Mrluhn Blair visited hIs son W N BlaIr of Heaver Dam from Thursdayy- tal Saturday of last week MlssJosteMagan and DrWhllaker went to Hartford Monday sick11IIlord to the Wfe of Mr Mirt Kirk the 19th a flue girl Dr Shultz officiat- Ing mother and bubo doing well HANDSOME BUILDING FOR UNITEED WORKMEN Structure Will Cost 250000 And Will Be Erected at Louisville Shortly It Is the avowed Intention or the Ntntucky Grand Lodge of United Workmen to erect a big office buildhr- on 0210 or loui1lvllles lromlnent thor oughfurrti Tlio building will cost nt haft 250000 that all10llltt having been appropriated at lie last meeting of the brotherhood It is said A cominitteo Is endeavoring to close a den for a prominent site aucordingta promoters of louls1Ue who say that the organization was highly in favor ot the project jlStwel1k when the members met it annual conference Time ground floor tvill be occupied by stores while a portion of the second and third floors wlll contain the rooms and assembly hulls of the orgoanll1- aOIl accordlllg to the plans which have ben uggested by promineut members of the United Workmen The building will IIky be ten stories hIgh seven or eight floors of which will bo do voted to office rooms While It has heeu Impossible to secure iuty definite statement from local officers of the organ I zatl011 it has been related on good authorities that time projectt Is about to become a rea1lza- tjOll It Is understood that several sites buve been under consideration but that the officers hue finally decided upon one side only a tow doors front a central intersection umlsvllle Herald 6 If CLEAR NUN May 2GParl11 Work Is progresslll nicely In this neighborhood The surprise blrhda dinner at Mr It A StoWlts was highly enjoyed by all The IIlnllor was given In honor of his 4S birthday tII I NOWCOIII of the wash- Ington neighborhood Is very ill Aunt Rebecca Leach Is very 1Ilof grippe Ms Arelmio McCann Is on the sick lIt Mr T C Park mind family visited ho family of Mr Mclellne Murray Sunday Mrs AUIa Leisure and grandson Aullly Is visiting her sun Mr J W Leisure at this writing visitedIot Ilnnmets Crock visited Mrs Patton e Slllol Mrs J E I unk Saturday night nor Taffy Mr J W LeISure und MtfJler went to Hartford Saturday lII IuthoT King and tamUy went to HIIlfold Saturday on business Mss Louolla Hoover has returned llama after three weeks visit to re ale and friends near Horton Mllliles Myrtle and Gertie Park were tho guests or Misses Cassie and Lou Hoover Sunday Mr Joe Parks and tamlly Balavisit- ed the family ot Mr LesUo Hoover Sunday 1 C ryA i AIRSHIP BURSTS UP 1N THE SKY Sixteen Men Injured in Disaster At Okland in Presence of Thousands of People I gJat1Iorrellstructed burst on its trial lr p wlen 300 feet Ill the nil above i crowd of 10000 spCMators ut BerkleyYat 1110 oclock today Time slxteeninel1 who made the acensslon with tho4blg craft were dashed to the ground every one of them more or lesmlijured Broken legs and arms and intorual inn ijurles were suffered by mo t of and It Is believed that twoiwill die The accident was a most one A great crowd hUd gidlercd about a vacant lot where the big gas bag had been inflicted Nlth 500 000 cubic feet ot illuminating g gas to watch the trial of the airship There wero sixteen persons five ot them en glncors In charge of time five gasoline engines sveral newspaper photograph era the Inventor of the airship C A Morrell and au AustraHan aeronaut who against the orders ot Morrell climbed unto the rigging just as the great ship lifted from the crowd made the ascent All of these prsums were injured and their escape front death is almost miraculous RIsing slowly under the power front five gasoline engines the great airship lifted to R bight of probably 300 feet Suddenly there was a ripping roaring sound and the forward end of the air shl1 tilted downward und It began to sole slowly to the ground Tito occupants of the airship hung desperately to the rigging while the crowd of 10000 persons were panic stricken before what appeared o be Impending disaster to the sixteen men As time airship sottled toward time ground several of the men leaped and were seriously Injured In the tall Others brayed with time craft until It reached the ground and they tpo were injurtd by the heavy engines and the strL ure of the airship- CENTERT J May Jioli Porter Is slowly re covering front his recent sickness Mrs U Whalin Is holWJagall after a short visit to friends In Beaver Dar r Mr Weaver Iitrnes Hartford was hero this week visiting his daughter Mrs Olio Porter Mrs Mattie Rowe and diughterIra- W E Ashby visited relatives In Beaver Dam this week The new homes ot O lw How J01m St Clair and Everly Aslhby are near ing completion Mr Singleton Jones Sonora Ky Is here visiting his brohtI S W Junes Mr John Myers hag pmnchased small tract ot laud trotn Jste D Wan1 Mrs Foster McKenmiey rind granddaughter Thema lire visitinglreln- th es near Cromwell Mrs L B Wade spent last weekvls- Itlng friends In Butler county L D Jackson recently boushtthreu town lots here Our railroad Is getting aiwig very nicely Sunday school mot lateresting one In Kentucky SMALLHOUS amidtguestloft John Boon wife and little somiEch- ohs were time ot Mr and MrsgUl1tK Fred Boone and Sunday Mt Alva Calloway went to Island Tuesday Mr Tie Davis wife amid Iltie daughter ot Central OIlY were the guests ot Mr George Lewis amid warmly Sat unlay and Sunday Mrs T L WJthrow and children Central City are time guests of liar pat emits h and Mrs Bob ukersonthls s week Mrs Caz Muron and Mrs Godsey went to South Caroon edhiesday- Mr Bud Bullock and family of nea South Carrollton Wero the guests of Mrs Jeuule Ball and finally Sunday Rev Gn Lawrence and wifeBeaver Dam Iy wele the guests qr friend s hero from Friday until Monday lie fill ed his regular appointment Sat rdN and Sunday There were two addl- I dons to the church Sunday Mrs Paunle Bullock visited friend I at South Carrollton lllst Saturday and Sunday Mss AIUha Addlnb10n entelta ned Saturday evening Those present werea Misses Flamdle Davis South CarrOll ton Oma Maddox Ethel Hunter and Messrs Ben Ross Lewis Fulkersoii and McMurry Ice cream and cake were eervedm all present report nn onjoyabe time anl141IIIJof Mr and Mrs M P Maddox Sattir day night and Sunday Mesdames Jennie Ball and Nannie- Klmbey went to Rockport recently tb see IrsOwen Williams who IsqultoI oSlck DIr TQntOodaey went to HarUqrd Sarnrdiy Mr Owen Hunter went to Hartford Sunday Mra Iobert IHuut r and dauglter Miss Ethel Hunter wept to Rockport Tuesday Mr S E Hunter weirtto Hartford Moadwy with Mr J C Drake Mr and Mrs C T S Overton went to see their sister Mrs Chester Over ton near Hop werccently Who Is quite sickI Mr and Mrs Bob Biihhlitgs have gone to Tennessee ntrJohn Bennett went to Southt Carrollton Sunlltyevening Mrs Bob Mathews and son went to Coutortown Smlurday Mrs Alvin AshbY Rockport Ky was the guests or her nether Mrs Mary A TichenOr Sunday Mrs Alva Calloway who line been on the sick list for two weeks is bet ter at this rltingr COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE May 27Tho Sunday school Is pro gressing nicely wIth the Rev G W GOrdon Superintendent and Miss Or pha Stevens secretary Ill Joe Shultz and family visited Mr Carl Austin and family last Sun day Mr WII Rogers who has been ou the sick list for some time Is Im proving Mr Byron Taylor and family and Mr J L Allen bud famlly spent the day at Mt J P Colemans last SundayIMr Glendane Stevens rpent the day with MrJoe Cienmau last Sunday On account ot time wet weather farmers lire very much belated with their work c TORNADO LIfTS CREEK OUT OF CHANNEL Strange and Almost Incredible Action of Wind Startles Martin County IPille Knot Ky May 25Detulls that come of an odd storm freak In Martin coumity tonight almost stretch the crellituly ot the pcoplelu title sec tionA telephone message was sent to ML Sterling and then brought hero late tonight by a messenger relatlllg that Rolling Fork Creek In that county as lined from Its bed by II tornado totmigitt and clllrlEi for halt a mile before the wind let go Time ribbon of water held In the all In Its original form by time rentarlgtblo wind was then tossed It Is declared onto a hut and flowed down to a valley forming II complete lake which Is tonightavolume that its roaring Is heard for miles and stock have been drowned and several people ao1ost caught it the rush ot time tranSJliUlted tinhers Wind and rain accompanied by thun del amid lightning have been extreme In this par of the State tonight and many believe that Rolllug Fork which was mina lint I halt miles long std somewhat shallow was lItolllIy picked up by the wind amid deposited In the lIall crevasse halt a mlle away TIle creek rusts on top of a ridge and It Is argued thiidIe wind could easily sweep under it amid carry it down ward to tlmo next ledge sbmo distance south e SELECT Mny 2iPulmers are very busy planting amid plovimmg corn at this writing They are unusually late this spring Mrs U W Stewart Is very 11- 1ivlth pueumonla but nut thought to be dangerous Quito it number or people were In our mto village Saturday on nccotlnt of Squire Muller llOlllng a call court Rev Theo Wll1s preached here Sunday to II large and attentive crowd ou time subject The central figure 111 Chrlstlaulty ilrt Willis dldcrcd handledrthe subject- Mr Guy Ranmioy made a tylng trip to Centeriowim Sunday Mr Estlll Arbuckloand family 01 Plnchlco visited his bather Mr W C Arbuckle ot tills pnel Sunday Mr amid Mrs Avery Stewart and little daughter Lemma visited his tiuh or and mother at this yiiaco Sunday Mr J S Arbucke Is visiting his brother G E Arbuckle at BeIer imam Mr John Keowu made a flying trip tti Owensboro Monday on business Mr Willis Cub rtson Is In Hart ford on legal business this week Mr Guy Itanneytfurnishes music for the whole has a new graho hone Mrs J W OIJannon ot Hartford Is at tlmo bedsl olot her mother who la 1110f Sunday Our bO is progressing nicely under the managoment of 111- W C Arbuckle Y 5r J INSANEMUST Slayer of Stanford White Again Fatted in Attempt forJ Liberty Poughkeepsie N Y May 2vHarry- K Tltww tits slayer of Stanford White till not bo rgleased from time lunatic asylum Tins is the declsioit reached by JustsCIJ fUI1chaUfer of the Su 1 re 111 I court In an ophdon filed early this morning In the matter of Thaws application for releaso on u writ ofl habeas corpus Both volnts brought up by Thaws attorneys are decIded against him Time Justice declares that Thaw is now fu sane amid should not bo allowed at large and ho further declares that the commitment to the unatlc asylum by Justice Downing nIter the last trial of tIle case was entirely legal Harry Thaw has accepted apparent Iv with resignation the decree ot Su promo Court Justice Morsahatmeer that he is still insane timid Unit time Inlerest of the public will be boat served by de nying him liberty Pending the signing of tho papers of- rcommltmomit which probably will not be done before a week from next Sale urday Thaw will occupy Sheriff Chnn ers suite In the county building here In the meantime an effort will be made by Thaws attorneys to Induce District Attorney Jerome to con ellt to the commitment of time prisoner to one of the Sate hospitals other than IatI teawnn It Is said that In the event of Mr Jerome giving bls consent to sUGh a change no appeal will be taken from JustIce Morschausers decision Even- if an appeal were taken It could not b argued before fall Alter James G Graham his attorney had SIIOWII him a copy of Judge Mo- rsehauscrs opinion Thaw gave the re porters min interview and talked volubly about lily case He talked unreservedly on everything except bis wire and wlreu her suit for annulment of their marriage was mentioned he stoo up amid Indicated that time Interview was at an endIExtra Session of Bible School The Bible School or ithe Hartford Baptist church will have nil extra session on the evening of May 31 with spEClul program First Dr E Duff Dmnett all Adult Bible Class Organization and How I WOIIed It The Doctor Is a busy practitioner and a Profineor In the Louisville MEdi cal College He has made a great success as teacher ht the Walnut Sreet church amid Is a man who does thIngs Ilaar him lhe second putt of the program will he devoted to teacher trallling This school has a class ot three graduates who will have their diplomas pith holy presented to them that night They are as follows Miss Margaret Marks paper history or our Class Mrs T R UarlluIl teacher Value of Teacher Training Course Mrs IraI L Bean Ievelopment or the Sun- dmy School Elder IV D Gardner who was pas tOl when tlm class was organized will speak ou Work and Rewards ot the Teacher Elder O IIShultz will probably speak on some phase of- the work Prorentatiun ot diplomas ly Pastor N F Jones Special music Everybody welcome Dr Ddrne1t will speak at the Baptist Sunday School heaver Dam it the morning t OLATON May 271I1S MnIy E Hoover wife of Garrison Hoover deceased died lit her home near hero Saturday night and was burled at time Smnit burying groupds Monday afternoon Timore were over two hundred friends and relatives present ut time burial She was tlfttbfe years of age amid loved by aU who know tier Rev R W Oldham of Rockyae gave II beautiful amid impressive talk at the grave She had been a consistent mom bar of the Baptist Church amid was a devoted christian Truly hers Vl s- Ufedevoted a to the causp or Clnietand her death only thO death of a true chrlstlall Mr and Mrs n 9 Allen Itosimie- Mr and Mrs Jr F Allen OIIton Mr J T Allen and Mrs Charlie Stow IIrd Rosine wero atthe bedside of- Mr Joe Parke near here Sunday Rev Ii W Oldham lllled ltis re church Saturday and Sunday Mr Bruno Frey Narrows was In Ohtton Saturday Messrs Willlitnm and N c C Murphy and Columbus CUll1hlllSs iweit to Ito sine Saturday r There will be an Icocreanr supper here June 12th Mr Cortlss Weedntan Horse Branch was In out town Monday DrJ S Dean returned tram Hartford Monday where lie had been the lplelIt of tits parents Dr and Mrs L D Dean guestolday until Monday Matter Jesse Felix Hartford 1s- A 4 k visiting ielativeslrero thin week 1I1ss do o FallemtRo k iwas In tawny1 pptng lUClddy i Mrs Ili mrdttn Yilber were file guo4ts ofiielaey tItlSlllO hum tTuesday tI1HIISundn J Mrs Laurmm 1ehI c1and laughter M1 s blue orstvll1e are the guests of- 3trs Joiui AlhitjMr lane Partotm is able to be out 1 aguinmtfter her recent Illness I NO CREEK Dtay 25 Our spring school closed last Frllla Time farmers are vl3he much behind I with their crops In this community owing to time wet weather Tito school uutertaulmihent was large y IItlelfded lit mho thatch Saturday night A nice pragmm wnsrellderuI to time delight ot aU preseiitMiee Mabel Easterdy was time teacher amid Is very much loved by time people Inthls- ccmmunly boh young amid old we hope the trustces will be able to se cure lmcr us teacher for our winter school Mr Clarence Slmomi mind wire visitF ed Rev Dames tamlly Saturday even- Ing and at night Quite a number of the Beda people attended the entertainment at this place Saturday eight among the number were MessrsClurenco mind Herbert Shown who brought their graphoIhone upon whlch most of time music was made for time clIertalnl1lent we wish to express our thank to them for their services Mr W C Wnllnce and family visit ed Mr and fri James Tanner Sunday Mies Annie Moreland ot thlll place Is visiting lu Leximgrou for a tow days Mr and Mrs Virgil Stnderfur rited Mr fund Mms JW Sanllefur Sun day Rev t W Dame filled his regular appolnmmt at Shlnklo Chapel Sunday Our Sunday seltoul Is progressing nicely Miss Bertha King of IlelBn visited Misses Fllld and Marlessa Foster- last week g Childrens day will be obterved at Shlnke Chapel on the tl1ull1 Sun day In June I i Notice The ladies of Hartford are reques ted to scud flowers to toy home Saturday morulng for the purpose of der curating the graves of old soldiers burled lit Oakwood and Morton Conner teries LOUIS GUNTHER Com 1 F Circuit Court Notes Bert McDowell vs I C R R Co verdict of jury 10 for plaintiff Comlh vs McHenry Coal Co Ills missedJames Rr Co verdict Of jUly for defendant F M BaIzevs I C R R Co same verdict Eva Taylor Co vs I C R R Co same verdict Casnnder Allen vs I C R R Co same verdict Gee W Wilsonvs I C R R Co continuedA Cassedy vs Southern Railway Co set forward to Thursday 10th day Henry Pirtle c vs I C R R Co vrlliot ot jury 50S5 and 1285 for J A HoCker Thomas Hines vs h C R R Co agreed judgment for 200 for palnItiff MV H Coghl1 vs Henry Dean et al continued for plaimitiff- ConPth vs Mary Morton of color sot far trial on Thursday 10th day Hartford Tobacco WarolmouscCo vs IHartford of jury 400 for piahmtiff N H Keown vs E W Taylor ver diet otj1ry 2500 for plaintiff Louisa CIa tre c vs 1f H F R R Co e on Louisa triaIR Co verdict ot The Prery Covs Stratton StrattonJ T Cox vs I C R R COagreed jUdgment ot i5 IvltloCubertlon VlTiIOs Dalze judgment for 50 Grover Render vs Broadway bat CojUt s verdict for plaintiff 1 500 Emma CFulkerson vs C G Kim bleycontinued A J Castedy vs Southern Railway Conow on trIal Court wlll probably adjourn today 1he grand jury adjourned Saturday after returnIng mmimio indictments classi tied as follows Using In8ultlng language 1 Injuring property ot and other 2 adultery 1 selling liquor seducitionpretense 1 Church Dedication Dundee Baptist Church will beIdedicated the fifth Sunday 1n May sermon by Rev O M Shultz preach Everybodyinvited 1 ed basket rVIF I JAUGI Pastor i t