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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 tk tartfarI tepublican r n Fine Job Work DEVOtED TO TilE INTERESTS OP ALL TilE PEOPLE OF 01110 COUNTY Subscription 1 per Year sr0L Xg HAFTFpRD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY JUNE 19 1908 No48 CALEB POWERS AND JAMES HOWARD FREED AFTER 8 YEARS CONFINEMENT Gov Willson Says Both are i Absolutely Innocent Noted Prisoners Released Satur j day Morning and Were Shower ed With Congratulations i i With firm steady strokes of his pen Gov Willson at 315 oclock last Satur day morning gave freedom to the two 6 most noted prisoners in the world Cale Powers and James B Howard accused of complicity In the murder of Wll- f Ham Goebel more than eight years ago The appending of his signature tot the Imrdons concluded the mostardnj- f ous task ever undertaken by n Chief i Executive of the Commonwealth and f ended the final chapter of one of the i most bitter and relentless political I liereecutlons Inthe history of any country The official announcement of the par don of the two prisoners was hint made until 830 oclock when Private Secro tary Todd called the newspaper corre spondent at the Capital into the ex cutivo office and conveyed to them the Governors message FLASHED OVER THE WORLD llaIn a few seconds the telegraph wires j were flashing the glad news all over the country willie messengers were on- t their fully to the Scott County Jail at I Georgetown where Powers slept calmly with no Intimation of the glad tidings in store for him and to the State Penitentiary where Howard had taken up his early morning labors In the shoe shop- Assistant Secretary of Stato Jackson Morris1 Tvhs dIs1patcfietttoGeJfrge town Jail with the Powers pardon tucked away In an Inside pocket while Secretary of State Ben L Bruner took the Howard pardon and made a bee line to the penitentiary Accompanied by Deputy Warden Hawkins Dr Bruner went directly t the stock department of the shoeshop and handed the precious paper to the i twice convicted man THANK GOD HE CRIED f Thank God cried Howard as he I unfolded the document and saw the big official seal of State In the lower left I hand corner Tears filled his eyes and he was too f moved for further utterance His M low prisoners crowded around him an almost wrenched his arm from the socket Boys good bye and goo luckhe said as ho was led away lm the direction of his cell He was assisted In packing up a few 1 personal belongings and with a far well handshake with the deputy and some of the prisoners he passed out of the penitentiary gate In prison garb I must thank Gov Willson he ex claimed and hurried In company with fc Secretary of State Bruner across the Ii street to the executive mansion where Gov Wlllson and Mrs Willson and Mr William Ekln Mrs WillsOns sister were leaving tho front porch advanc ing to meet him TEARSTAINED FACE t With tearstained face tho prisoner J clasped the hand of tho Chief Executive and murmered his thanks while the Governor wrung his hand heartily iand wished him success and prosperi ty for tho future t Mr Wlllson und Mrs Elkln greeted t him cordially and pressed his baud wishing him success in the new vista of life that opened before him Wit additional expressions of his thanks Howard then accompanied by hi friends proceeded to a local clothing i store where he was fitted out with a t neat serge suit and straw hat STARTS FOR LOUISVILLE This accomplished he and the party made for the railroad station to catch the Chespeake and Ohio train for Louisville which was almost due from the East At the station hundreds of Rrankfort v t people had collected for the news of f the pardons had spread rapidly andhfe was given a demonstration that he will long remember Republican and Democrats of the Capital city womenandchl1dreaI- priaaed forward toVclasp his hand Tall i he responded Thank you you ate kjidiv Iiie manner was very1 reserved but v Wit eyes abowa with pleasure and the t k pre of H delight wlthln him Was apparent GOVERNORS LONG TASK Since April 14 or nearly two months Gov Willson had devoted all of his spare time to the consideration of the Powers arid Howard pardon applications It waS no easy task to read the tre mendous volume of testimony which tho records contained In these two fa mous cases Night after night the Governor sat up until the wee sma hours going over the testimony ants often doing without his meals In order conbsldlralon Friday morning he repaired to tho executive mansion and left word that he could see no vbMrors and that he was not to be disturbed except by Im port nt affairs of State BROTHERS CHIEF WORK The brothers of William Goebel devotedly attached to his memory made it the chief end of their lives to pun Ish the criminal and in that have die sympathy of every good man and wo man V I Selfish politicians Iii turn put the feeling agajrist the crime to base for personal ends and tho whole Statoi WlthlnCIghbsight until at passion was spent and time people worn out with the struggle registered their decree that these cases should no longer be the football of politics but conslderedltke oilier cases not pOlitiI calf butori the merits without lasI 161JJeopleto inj iirojiiiBUju tujieiiuci them just like other caseson the law and the facts without fear qr favor and I prpmiscd tliSt iffy irilssltth was one of leach and good will and an end to strife and hate HAS NO REGRET I have done all that strength has been given me to do to consider the casess regardless of my personal lmpreso sions und wholly In the light of truth and right and while no one could be glad to have such a responsibility placed upon him t neither seek to avoid criticism nor win praise In mak Ing my declsslon I carry no burden of regret that th duty has fallen to my lot but I am reverently thankful that It has come to pass that I should be the Instrument givendme to see my duty and know the right indanright and Just declssion has also revealed the truth to all that good may cone feeln ing and an end to these troubles READ ALL TESTIMONY I have with patient work and care read studied and consld red tho thou sands of pages of the testimony of the great number of witnesses in these trials It has been what may have thesvital Importance of the cases and of the questions Involved In them made this Imperative and I hope this will be a sufficient answer to any criticism of the delay for while I have spent many weeks In this work I could not hope to act wisely or Justly In deciding offhand or without the fullest consider ation and now I have given to the cases this work and thought acting In the light of duty and conscience as I am able to see It The Constitution makes It the duty parh don to file the application a declm sslon dj Ij j jjJ RESTORES ALL RIGHTS After duo notice to the representa tives of the Commonwealth and of the accused and after full argument be hire me in public by both sides and after a most patient laborious and careful examination of all of the evi dence In the trials I grant Caleb Pow era a full and unconditional pardon for the offense with which he stands charged and a restoration to all his rights of citlenszhlp and order that he be forthwith released from thejail In which he Is incarcerated and r in disc abovenconstitutional precision I now state as IDTreuoaf dr granting that he la be yond all reasonable doubt innocent of Coatfnuedoa fourth Page 1 fo i CONVENTION CHEERS ROOSEVELT Mention of Presidents Name Causes wild Enthusiasm All Contests Decided for Taft and Nothing Remains but to Name Him t Convention Hall Chicago Juno 17 When Permanent Chairman Lodge soon after beginning his speech mentioned the name of Roosevelt the con vention went wild At this time the scene continues unabated having now lasted twentyeight minutes The whole hall has broken Into monotonous repetition of the phrase Fgur YearsI More continuing It like a amid great excitement The playing of time band In an attempt to still the crowd only Increased its noise Time demonstration has lasted now a halfhour and is still furious while the band plays Therell Ho a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight 215 p m Chairman Lodge has given up mill assemblance of trying to stop the noise and has taken bU chair While nearly all the delegates are on their feet tile Ohio delegation Is noticeably seated and silent 222 p nmCecil Lyons of Texas from the platform is encouraging his delegation to continuo time dcinonstra lion i I Senator Lodge is making effort to quiet flit assemblage and Is rapping for order but time noise only breaks out more vociferously Mayor Brookwalter of Indianapolis has authorized the statement that there will be no minority from the Committee onCredentials Mayor Brookwalter who led the mi nority forces against the majority report on credentials said as to the rea son for adandonlng the fight t e did not desire to bo merely captious only three members of the committee were willing to sign a mi nority report and fight It out Know- Ing that we can get at the same ques tions involved when the convention later considers the Burke resolution to reduce the representation of these States in the South where Federal officeholders control results and throttle opposition we decided to let the mat ter go for the present The committee on Rules this morn Ing defeated by a vote of twentyfour to seventeen the resolution Introdu ced yesterday by Representative Burke of Plttsburg providing for a reduction In the ratio of representation at National Conventions Lute hours of committee work last night resulted in a tardy appearance of time leaders of the convention at the Coliseum this morning and at 1130 oclock one hour after tho opening of the doors there were less than a score of delegates scattered about In the State division The alternates were more In evidence however and their sections just In the rear of the regular delegates filled up quite rapidly There was not the same rush of visitors as on yesterday word having gained circulation that the days session was likely to be brief Half an bourbefore the time set for convening there were only a few hundred spec tators In the gallery The capably stronglunged and eager brass band pn lofty balcony porch hastened to Its work this morning and the void of absent delegates and vis- Itors was filled with the stains of lively musicA of many of the State dele gations preceded the assembling 6f the convention today and tho street lead- Ing from the downtown hotel districtx to the Coliseum were througed with thousands of people who cheered the marching hosts The final details of the platform are being arranged by the Platform Com mittee tonight and thisaccomplished time convention will be equipped tomor row to make Its declaration of policy and proceed to the selection of candi dates The platform Is expected to go be fore the convention early In the day and Its adoption tolll be followed by the speeches placing in nomination the candidates for President TheDom upheld by t arrtF- rrintttort KyqJttae1TTheconatt l r v tutionallty of the dog tax law en acted by the General Assembly of 190G I was upheld this morning by the Court of Appeals Judge Barker writing the opinion Chief Justice ORear Judges Nunn and Carroll dissent The case at bar Is that of W mOle Sheriff against Womack on appeal from the Carter Circuit Court After disposing of the objection to ofIholdshuntgulatlon and not a revenue statute IllipropriateIestablished by an overwhelming weight of Judicial authority and UIKIUCH tlonably It Is entirely within the power of tho Legislature to prohibit the ownership of dogs at all Continuing the court says Wo do not think It can be doubted that If It is compe tent for the Legislature to prohibit prohibitliheummay tion which in its wisdom Is best adap ted to promote the sheep Industry In dissenting Judge ORear Judges Carroll and Nunn concurring say that time State cannot tax one class of property for time benefit of another class and that this goes beyond the pohce power of time St ate TAYLOR NEVER TO RETURN TO KENTUCKY Applauds Pardoning of Powers And Howard Finley Also Much Pleased Indianapolis Ind June liiComI- llae restittt Ion can never be made to Caleb Powers and James Howard altW S Taylor yesterday after honing the news of their pardon by Gov Augustus E Willsou For eight terrible years they have been pursued by a malignant partisan persecution utterly lost to reason and blind to Justice The Governor pardon ed them not because they have suffered enough for a crime but because from the proof they are absolutely Innocent of wrongdoing Their release Is a most righteous act Asked If ho woul now volumairly return to Kentucky Mr Taylor said 1 dont think I hsall ever return to Kentucky I have many business in terests here now und my law practice is growing steadily I could go back there only at a great personal seen flee and 1 do not tlunk I shall do so Charles Finley former Secretary of State of Kentucky also expressed the deepest satisfaction Nothing in my whole life has ever given me profounder satisfaction said he My belief In their Innocence has never wavered The Chief Executive of Kentucky after n conscientious painstaking study of mime record in their cases is convinced of it and has done what ho can to repair a great wrong done them But while the Governor has given them their liberty It was not In his power to restore to them the years of their lives of which they huvo been robbed That is a wrong that cannot be redressed I rejoice beyond words that their liberty has been given back to them and an opportunity yet to make something out of their broken lives Married in Texas Married at tho home of time brides parents Judge mid Mrs W0 Barnett In Valley Mills Texas on last Wednesday evening Mr Leon Noel of De nison to Miss Willie Barnett Rev Bryant officiating Mr Noel In a rising young business man of Doulson and at present holding a lucrative position with the DL K and T rail road at that place while Miss Barnett Is oho of Bosque Countys firstclass school teachers and comes from one of the oldest and most respected ram llles In Central Texas being a grad daughted of Mr A M Barnett who left Hartford more than half a cen tury ago and settled on Hog Creek In Bocque county She has a dost of relatives In Ohio County who Join her Texas friends In wishing her a long and happy life IL will be just about the biggest day Ohio County ever sawthtf Masonic and K Of IP Barbecue at Hartford June 209 r t LARGEST CROP OF TOBACCO Predicted for This Year By J W Dunn Who Makes Plea for Reorganiza tion of the Green River A S of E All dues of the A S of E will be due by July 1 and all members who have not paid their dues by that time will be suspended and they will not be entitled to attend the county un ion as delegates Let all pay up and let the July meeting of the county union be a banner one Let all at tend their 1 ocala It Is necessary There will probably be the largest crop of tobacco this year that has ever been planted In mho county Cor talnly It will be tho largest since the A S of Ehas been In control h ee anti with only about 40 per cent of it pledged to the 1001 you stand a good chance of getting back to 4 tobacco Let us get back to our locals and pay out tines With four counties still standing by Equity and three divided the Green River district should get busy I would suggest that the old Green River district mee on the regular day tho first Thursday In July and reorganize and see if we can not get the A SolE forces together Now this means no fight but only peace and harmony Let us get the Equity people and all others together and agree on tho price for t he crop this year This will further help the progress of uniting and of bringing all the tobacco under control This is the only way to do It I am not fighting the new organization but am fighting for the tenuntrenter and the small farmer Many of these are today in debted to theA S of E for their homes and will never desert that orga nization Tho large grower does not need any sympathy He is able to take care of himself It is a fact that the fight was won by tho poor farmer and the A S of E and as one of them I am in sympathy with them I have waited to see what could be done and I see failure unless more Is Aani than has yet been accompllshd by new organization Again I say let there be no fighting If tho Indepen dents can get together on their plan and the A S of E on theirs and con trol all the tobacco with one agreed price this will be uniting all on both sides and upholding the A S of E The WhitesvllJe local will meet on June 20 when wo expect to collect more dues but we are entitled to a fair delegation now We will elect delegates to both tile county and the district unions Let the rest of the county do the same In conclusion I will say that I have been silent for some time hoping that good judgment and sober consid eration would settle matters favorably but I now see that Equity must come forward and save us or we are lost With 111 will for none and with har mony for all let us meet on the f Irst Thursday In July I ask this for time sake of peace and harmonyJ DUNN Whitesvtlle Ky June 1C Saturday June 20 big Mason ic and K of P Barbecue at Hart ford Fair Grounds Revolution May Follow Pana ma Election Panama June 15Vlth the hot blooded LatinAmericans of the canal countrary ready to fight at tho drop of a hat with the street corners and time cafes daily tho scenes of heated ar guments and more spectacular clashes Panama Is In a state of seething polttl cal torment The situation Is daily becoming more and more critical and the fate of the republic hangs In the bal ance As usual the old old story of political ambition the bane of the LatinAmerican country Is behind It allWith the Presidential campaign at a fever heat and the poasibilly of revolu tion coming close upon the heels of the election which takes place the last week In June and the first week In July the conservative business ele ment of the republic Is asking Inter vention at the hands of Uncle Sam Both the Conservative and Liberal parties had virtually agreed upon Seao t 11 Obaldla former Mlnlser to Washing ton as tho Presidential candidate fully 80 per cent of both parties favoring his election When Obaldla declined to promise to continue in office certain friends of Atnador who are alleged to be on tho pay roll without warrant of law A inail or broke his pledges of sup port and sided wUhArlas It Is freely predicted that If Arias is elected revolution will follow Im immediately To force American inter vention throats are being made to dynamite the canal work and blow up the Hotel Rlvlll and various other Im portant buildings Bankruptcy Judgment Stands Ii the matter of Barnard Kittinger et aI against Philip Brady pend lug In the District Court of tho United Statesjudge Evans has delivered an opinion overruling the mo don to vacate the order of adjudica tion in bankruptcy This matter has been pending since Dcember1907 Brady was adjudged a bankrupt In April but certain secured creditors and Brady himself sought to have tho matter opened up again on the ground that the Court had no jurisdiction because Brady lives In Tennessee Considerable proof was taken on this issue from which tho Court hold that although Brady resided in Tennessee his principal place of business for six mouths past prior to filing IttUUon was In Ohio county Ky An appeal will likely be taken It Is thought the reourcts and liabilities willtaeh be about 201100 COFFIN CONTAINING BONES OF INDIAN Found in Road in Griffith Neigh borhood of Daviess County Burled possibly before Columbus discovered America a coffin probably of flint containing the bones of a matured being was unearthed on Sunday afternoon in the Griffith neIghbor- hood and the discovery has caused much excitement in that section says the Owensboro Messenger thoseiover to now has them In charge The substance I of which the coffin is mado has the appearance of slate but is thought to be a flint substance which was much used In olden times for such purpose A few days ago a road crew scraped a part of the coffin and attention was called to tho fact but no at tempt was made at tho time to Inves tigate it On Sunday afternoon John Skillman saw the slate looking ob securedIhad discovered a rich coal vein and oCIa bones of a human being The coffin was burled In the ground about one foot and was built In such shape to allow the corpse to be burled In a sit ting position The coffin was found on time public road on the edge of Mrs Mary Gaws farm one mile north of Griffith Blind Tom Dies a Pauper In Hobpken New York June 15B1lnd Tom the famous negro musician marvel of three generations of playgoers died yesterday In Hoboken N J where he had been living for years In retirement and subsisting on charity Thomas Wiggins is the name given in his burial certificate but tho name was one which time famous pianist adopted He was born a slave near Columbus Ga about 1850 In early childhood Tom who was born entirely blind and more than half Idiotic showed himself remarkably Imitative fre quently stealing to the house of his mester to reproduce on the piano pieces he had heard played by others In 1S61 he became so proficient on the instrument that he was taken to New York and exhibited as a phenomenon and later was widely heard In the United States and In Europe Photographer The well known Photographer Mr E W Jackson will be on the ground with his finely equipped Photo tent at the great Hartford Fraternal Bart bacue June 20 r x s 1 IJEMOCRACYBURJES Old Liners at the bat in Every Particular Indorse Bryan in tame Resolution Couched in stereotypedI DictionI After burying Gubdisut and Its twin brother Deckbamlsm ro deep that even Gabriels trumpet on the resur rection morn will be unable to awaken them after reorganizing the party along more Democratic and conservative lines by eliminating all vestiges of ring rules and after extending a pressing Invitation to all Democrats of whatsoever faction or clique or all persons who had ever once been Democrats to come back home to the family reunion anti partake of the fat ted calf prepared by Olile James 1V- B Haldeman John Whallen James B- McCreary and the other masters of ceremonies and rver whIch W J Dry an will ask the bleasing the State Democratic Coutentlon better known as the Harmony Convention adjourn lll sine die at 1 oclock Friday morn IngIt was In many respects one of the most remarkable Democratic Conven tions that ever assembled In Kentucky Remarkable for Its nerve In breaking away Iron the former flirty bosses for the II1lli1elu which Its discor dant elements finally harmonized anl1 climbed Into the baud wagon alto gether to the tune oI Hall Hall the Gangs All Here and lastly for Its penitential tears over I is past sins of omission and con1ll11t Ion The master hand of Ollio James the 800pound Congressman front the First district was visible everywhere In the carrying out of the program and even In the shifting of the stage scenery He was ably assisted by Cal W D Haldeman of ate CourlerJoulllal and John IVhalien of Buckingham Hall fame who with Senator latness B McCreary constituted theHlg Four Harmony Club Little Boy Blue Iteckham who found out early In the game that he would have to go way back arid sit down was finally utter his pouting spell was over allowed to come on the stage and whistle an accompaniment to the general harmony refrain for which he was rewarded with a plea sant little side trip to Denver It was a small favor but It was gratefully received by hint and hIs friends The closing flours of ho convention Thursday nigiru were devoted mainly to tiro preseuratlomi of reports but earlier In the evening there was plenty of oratory on tUII most of It of the same harmony brand which Col lint rIeman Senator McCreary and others had handed out as satnples at the af ternoon session LieutenantGovernor om Thorne made the canto icind of an old funny speech which he hIS trade in Demo cratic Conventions for thirty years with a few exrra frills arid ruffles on it Gov Thorno made every laugh and between hIs jukes nnw and llln drove Ironic on eUec lve thrust at the party abuses In the past lint the aipourance of General P Watt Itardin The olll Democratic war horae Who was thJ pietys choice for CJIernol lu ISDD but Wilt wins robbed or the nominatlon r which Ireswasen titled by the Call1Uti or rather infa- iau Muale Hllll Conseutiou whore G o- IIltUaml first showed I s mailed hand was the bIUQar surprise of tllll convert ties It was Irecutarty nppropmaS that Ganerai Uanhn should be Ire mat the funeral + xtJojlili of Cnheliatu and Deekhambull which head wreclccd his political aspIretons 11ue L N mOIl that brought liar hare a such- a tune Who dan ell Little by ILle the secrets of the doilbeartions ot tha Clmmlliee on Or lranlUon sae creeping ottt und these- account for he mervousne of Col W- II IIlthtftUlm auto tllll evident distress of Congressman WlthoJcl who Ins High occupied a place on the stage Cl- Haldeman was undo a dulogate to Denver by a voe ofTto6 So inenso was the feeling Ilrlllnll hm after all votes had been taken one utember or the cotmpittee absolutely refused to sign Uta repor bcaure R crlllnthell Col Hal demons name Tray 11oadson also was elected nllUonul commltOlIIall by- a tote of j to G- Tho indecision of the machlno man ngers over tho question of whether Frank Fehr or floury Prewitt should ho named nlso made this race In doubt until the report of tiro Or gantatziou Committee had been adopted Many of the Louisville leaders Insisted on throw ing dowp the gauntlet openly to the t forces and electing Jehr stit lChalrmalllJut fear of a re volt andfbolt from the convention de terrcdthcpis ono enthusiast said the s1Oopsbac won anyhow so let I I r r It go THE PLATFORM We thor presentatlves of tho Dent octacy of Kentucky lu convention as sembled ut Lexington 1une 31 1908 reaffirm our allegiance and devotion- to the principles of the Democratic party as represented lJr Jefferson and advocated by a long line of U1ustrlous leaders and as sot forth in the national Democratic platform In 1904 We in- dorse and poInt with sactisfacUon to the wise honest and economical con duct of the State governmeriLby the Demdcratle administration of Gov J W Deckbam and his associates In officeWe disapprove and condemn the weak vacillating hypocritical and arbitrary conduct of our State affairs by the present Republican administration We Instruct the delegation elected by this convention to cast the vote of Kentucky as a unit upon aU questions and matters coming before the nation Democratic convention to beheld at Denver Col July 7 190S and they are hereby further Instructed to vote for William Jennings Bryan as the nominee for President by said convention and continue to vote for him until he shan be nominated J N KEHOE Chairman r Death Was on His Heels Jesse P Morris of Skippers Va had a close can In the spring of 190G He says An attack of ppeumonia left me so weak and with such n fearful cough that my friends declared cpnsumption had me and death was on my heels Then I wits persuaded to try Dr Kings New Discovery It helped me Immediately and after tak Ing two and a half bottles I was a well man again I found out that New Discovery Is tine best remedy for coughs and lung disease In aU the world Sold under gunranteo at all Druggists 60c and 100 Trial bottle free m HOPE THAT GORE MAY RECOVER SIGHT Sufficiently to Enable Senator to Get About Without Any Attendant Washington June 16 Widespread Interest Is being felt In the efforts being made to restore In one eye at least the sight of Senator Gore ofOlc lahoma The senator himself line bee considerably encouraged and the specialists of whom Dr William Holland Wilmer Is chief have a hope that he may ultimately be able to see sufficiently to go abroad without an attendant through they are nut yet sanguIne enough to believe that the senator will ever be able to readfor ho has been blind twentyseven years Mr Gore In spite of his affliction ha attended to his legislative duties and during the past session on account of Iris blindness and his fine oratorical IIWell he greatly Interested visitor to time serrate chamber In the midst of his trEatment Senator Gore hears that he Is to have opuosi Lion for reelection M I Turner who was voted for at lie primaries lntt year holing reported as ready w try con elusions again If this report Is verified Mr Gore will suspend treatunen and go back borne to look afwr hiS fotiees Ile drew the short erni which expIres March 4 next CAS XI CftJABean the1hoKind You Hare Always Bought Signature I Another Mysterious Rain A correspondent writing w Th TUlles from Slick Rock says An other example of lrim falling in Jilt particular spot and that when tire sky was perfectly clear has lJeen witnessed In the Slick Rock country A few days ago Mrs J II Clusm was seer prised to notice quio a shower of ratn- CaUlul In front of her lckchen door and not a sign of a cloud visible though the rain was sufficient to hUt wet a man In his shirt alcoves her husband carrie In at tronn lis- Clnism called ins attention to the faCt Unwilling to believe ninny thing sup ornattunl was causing this pbemonna they set about to discover the natur al cause of It They observed that rain was falling just beneath n very rank grape vinearid upon examining tire grape vine found It infested with a vast number of little sttlllerI bug about the size but hardly the shape of lightning bugs from which title rain was continually falling Since then quite a number of their neigh ors luvo witnessed It and all are wllllng to testify to tine above facts Il Is thought his little bug draws the sap from the grape vine and thus Is what forms the rain Now they would like to know If the GlasgOW Junction rain which so puzzled the people of that place a fow months ago could have been ex lamed In this natural wayolasg- ow Times rt PRESIDENT NAMES COMMISSION Who will Represent the U S At Parris Where the International Road Congress Is to be Held in October President Roosevelt has directed that this Nation be strongly and officially represented at the InternatJolI al Road Congresss to be held at Parts the week beginning October 11 and credentials have been Issued naming Logan Waller Page Director of the Office of Public Roads of the U S Department of Agriculture Chalrnrur of the Commission The other merit hers named are Colonel Charles S Uromwel1 of the United States Crops of Engineers now serving as Superintendent Of Bulldlllgs and Ground of the District of Columbia and Clifford Richardson of Now York an emi nent chemist and one of the Worlds acknowledge authorities on bhu- mlous road building materials Tiiis coming Congress which will lJe attended lJy distinguished delegate from every country In the world is regarded by highway engineers arid experts as probably the most hnpor hint ever summoned for the discussion of an economIc question Ls need Is the direct outgrowth of tine advent of the automobile for whip thousands are Ignorant of the mat the soft tires of the modern motorcar i are the greatest menace the hard surface thoroughfares of tire have ever been called upon to face To understand low a pneumatic tire made of rubber could possibly iujuro a toad surfaced with particles of crushed rock one must have at least a fated understanding of the theories 1i which first Tresauget of and then MiacAdam of Ayr built thatI cass of highway They figured road composed of crushed stone not ot11y endure the constant traffic of Irontired vehicles but would Im prove because the metallJound wheels would he constunU1 crushingII the stones and forming That dust they argued not merely sift Itself Into aU cracks and interstices but would fill aU surface in 10111nshredding shelllike surface Thew reasoned well built wisely and for over n century and a quarter the socalled macadam road did every thing that the famous French and Scotch highway engineers claimed It capable of It came to lJo the Idral road for suburban sections and thou sands of miles were built France to date has spent GGOOOOOOO on hers Incomparable system of rocksurface Nation routes and the United States line followed to a degree rossessinig at the present time approximately 32 000 miles of title class of highway Prior to the advent of the auto lUolJlle the roads unproved but the modern speed vehicle had not been traversing tire suburban highways long before a pronounced rctogrersinn of the most general traveled stretches was very noticeable Complaints same from farttors and dwellers along suburban toads that a great dins nuisance hind also sprung tip and that emerald laws wore taking on lll hue of London fog and the box hedge dove grey rather their green Il1llt far inters noted their products hecoming HIr and prices fell off luveetigntinfl proved at once that the new conditions lend been created engleusers in every civilized laud n studying the new condition and Ing for a remedy 1 tits counur Director Pugs conducted a series of trterestiug experinionts In which va none classes of automobiles were sent at varyiug rates of sfled over selected stretches of road while UXlhI phn- tograllhers pictured their IIIogrCjS and Ilrorluced proof tint tire l retctivc- t force of the rear tires llld tlni damage While he was watching Ibat and was exflerlnttemiting W11h vI10us de laying liquids Franco svgs doling time same on nn even larger scale That country which expends vast suns annually on maintaining tlno wulllIlgh perfect system of highways I has been bUllltlng since the days of the first Napoleon made a most complete set of measurements arid learned that the automobiles had caused the roads of the Republic to retrograde fully forty percent It was decided- to summon the thought skill and intelligence pf the world to coutbat a condition which means great finatt- clpl Igsnses and the official iuvltatlons to the Congress were sent out tM french Governmeht formally requesting the VS Govorwnellt to participate In the Congress That President Roosevelt Ia person ally SO deeply Interested In the com- Ing gathering ns to send tine Director of Itoadennd his distinguished associates to France may be some be rogar ed as evidence of National ken Ing to thojvast Importance good roads are to the nation t Invitations havQ been transmitted through the Office of Public Roads to State Highway Commissioners City Engineers and Park Commissioners to I attend the Congress and already a numbers of delegates have been selected e Monarchical Manners In the White Huuse The social arbiter has ruled in the White House with an Iron hand I during the past few years In the present regime It became pored abroad that the canaUe W1IIs11 IlJe no longerwelconie at the House There we no place so many of those plain decent but ob I scure woman who used to go to those delightful afternoon receptions and teas Iof Mrs Cleveland But the WhIte House has never been so brilliant with receptions musicales and dances and there has never been seen so much of that small element In our democracy that isgcalled saoclety The social ex elusiveness of the White House has of course considerably htfected social life In all official circles In Washington especially In cite Cttbino The President of the United States is lJy the long traditional etiquette of his office prohibited from dhnngTut except it the houses of his Cabinet Ministers Mr Roosevelt scrutinizes with all time care 1of King Edward the list or persons whom he Will allow to dine In Iris corn zany when ho Is a guest The old Invitation to the White House has In effect become a royal summons to the White House not only to politiCians but even to railroad presudeuts and everybody else There has been a mighty chango since the day when Mrs Lincoln prepared a fear 1and the President Invited a number of friends to dine with Gen Grant The hero ot Appomattox slipped out tf Washington and the President I SenatorI House on the Invitation of President McKinley on account or a previous en gagenient But anyone who falls to- go to the White House now 011 a sum mons must show a doctors certificate Two or three winters ago there was a banquet at tine White House at ono of the ladles Invited whleI appear A sum tons was sent to I ted Washington society bells She was entertaining her fiance at dinner and refused to leave her own table but her mother prevailed upon her to go- On nnother occasion u womana guest ert honor at a dinner that vas being gIven at onto of the embassieswas summoned from the table to take the place of an absentee at the White House Ben hostess a proud Countess protested that her dinner party should not be broken up but here the diplomatic wisdom of an Ambassador prevailed In his owncountry ho lcnew what meant to have a royal muster lit The atmosphere of the White House once llmnocratlc and free line become tainted with the manners of monarchy Servility mid oarrogance go hand iu hand nulitary display socl l censor slum and exclusion of plain people ares used to Impress tho imagination of the unthInking as at the court8 of Eu rope Davld F Sinclair in Harpers 1Veebly r vaG rt opt X4Bear the 4Tire Kind Yoe Hats AMafs Boegh- lBignetttre Ayr- C p tcf Ltr jStrenuous Musician The pianoplaying record of thJ world was recently broken lJy a young Australlaim athlete C W Heal who starting off on a Thursday aa8 p into tire simultaneous lighting of thou sands of electric lights at Princes Court Melbourne played cQlltluuous- kl until Saturday of the snore week at I1030 p m He thus played without a stop for the phenomenal time of fit tynn onehalf hours Asked what train- Ing he underwent for such a feat lie replied Nothing extra whatever I As you know my business Is physical I culture and I study natural jnealtlt nnd live up to Nature In every point posslble I always manage to secure fresh air good plain food heals thy athletics etc and I am fit at any moment as every young fellow shoUld bePhyelcal Culture TOBACC TROU8 LES NEAR END Number of Soldiers In the Field GreatlY Reduced I AdjutantGeneral Thinks The Worst Is Overfew Raids In Last Few Weeks Tobacco trouble In Kentucky lire al most at tin end and the situation i a greatly improved according to reports which has been received by the ad Jutant generals department says tbe Frankfort News The troops which have been ou duty for keveral week are being relieved and only those soldiers absolutely nt ded to protect life are now being kept on duty Th force In the field will be greatlly reduced tins week and may lJe further reduced as the situation Im1Jrovps This does not meant that tire soldiers are going to lJe called In however They are going to be kept on duty wherev er they are needed but Adit Gen Joh son has said That the need of soldier- how Is to prOlcct tire lives of tire mou wino have had tine courage to Mell of the outrage which had been 1lerJletratld upon them Organization of the men whip aN raising tobacco and their fornnation Into a compact body with leaders aird prearranged signals has had much to do with the present condition The wren wino are growling tobacco have formed themselves Into a compact or ganization with every man fully prepared to protect himself or his propr erty This organization tae made It dangerous for night riders to bo about and In any district of the State where night riders operate they take their lives Into their bUilds when they start out on a raid The growers by that is meant the men with do not belong to the Burley Tobacco Society Ind who are planting tobacco this year are fully able to take care of them solves and to protect their crops Of course one thing Unat has tend ed to help the situation In the Burley district is the fact that nmetrrly every tobacco patch which Is to lJo plane has already been planted and It Is a- very different proposition destroying a plant bed front destroying a field o growing tobacco To destroy n geld If growing tobacco Is a task one that requires a great deal of Unman for Itlen- tlon would have to paid to each plan and In a ten or twentyacre field this would mean a job of several days Once time tobacco plants are set out In the field It will be almost out of the question for time field to be cleared of tobacco without its being Imown and without somebodys interrupting the proceedings It Is believed that there will be uo attempt tad estroy tobacco which has been illauted and In all cases where the tobacco plants hive actually been set out lu the field the plants will be penuitted to grow with out molestation Time soldiers and the association ot mon who do not belong to the norop movement have had the desired effect of stopping the night riders taldss and there has been no outbreak In the last few weeks that iras been serious Tire Adjutant Genterul and the Governor are breathing much moro freely now and tlnuk that things ro so shapplng themselves that there will be no more trouble They hope that tire tobacco war Is at ant end std that Kentucky Is co hate reaco and quiet for scone time to como Itisbelieved that the barn lJurnlng will stop and that there t will put be reprisals forprevlousbdrn burning orattacka by the night rid era + Gen Roger Williams who has been in command of the soldiers In Bracken country and the district around that r center of disturbances has been relieved of duty and nn officer lower in rank has boon given command the situation improving so much that It was not thought necessary to have Gen Williams on duty Gen Williams held a conference with Gen Johnson Sunday and rIlscusslll the situation In the Bracken county district with the Adjutant General It was agreed that timings have improved up there Masonic and Knights of Pythais Barbecue Hartford Masonic Lodge and Rough River Lodge No 110 Knights of Pyth Its have chartered the Hartford Fair- e Grounds for Saturday June 201908 at which time the two lodges will join In giving the biggest barbecuo ever given In Ohio county The proceeds of same wlll bo applied to the comple f 9 tlon of the ne w han In Hartford The ManthesK of P Lodge has ponds arrangements to have ono of Its big sispeakers present The Ohio County- A S of E Order has been especially invited and It Is expected to have Its State President lion J Campbell Can trell present The lodges have employed the best bress band to bo found to furnish music and arrangements wlll no doubt be perfected for some good racing and fine show horses A commltteo has already been appoint ed to furnish edibles for this occasion AU the secret societies In Ohio and adjoining counties wlll be Invit ed Kentuckys Fearless News paper The greatest Presidential campaign of this generation wlll soon bo In full e swing Are you In touch with the trend of events In both parties Are you acquainted with the qualifications of the various candldated No newspaper In Kentucky Is better fit ted to publish complete reports during the Presidential campaign Than the Louisville Herald Its reputation- f for fairness Is supreme Yau must have a dally newspaper Our clubbing arrangement Is very attractive The Hartford Republican and the ti Louisville Herald both one year for 300 short time onl- yDisregards Depression The Illinois Central Railroad com pany has placed nn order with the Tennessee Iron and Coal company for 62000 tons of steel rails to cost 14- 5G000 rho rails will be used on the new line to be operated between Chicago Birmingham and Atlanta The order slgllltllzes the return of prosperity in the South It meanS the Immediate employment of 2000 skilled workmen who have been Idle and the placing In circulation of thou i sands of dollars The Central ordEr Is time largest that has been placed since thofltmauclal depression became evident In the fall Only one order placed by the Pennsylvania railroad comes any way nearIthe Illllnois Centrals Thai company announces that It Intends to dlsre garll whatever Is left of the panicand resume business op the old scale For biI Spavin Curb or SplintIarisLiiimerit J J is unsurpassed j veryulcklyneeds Iorethrushfistula PRICE 25 Sog Z 3100IiloansTreatise PoultrySentAddress Dr Earl s Sloan Boston Mos USA In rrEnf GR ca r cu sir tt oFr rsl ALL Of THE COMMPROzgL 8MIONES INCLUDINfTELE9RIPh7Aie TAusm REALWFUL TA06DES FPEEWRITEI J c t r t w v v 1 H c FARMER BOYSI NOT CRIMNALS r Fariming Based on Rugge- pelf Respecting Honesty Sosiety Not an Epemy of Country Boy But a Friend And Helper CrIminals are not bred upon tho farm They are the product of tho cities and towns If statistics 1110 worth anything These seem to b days when the farmer Is coming Ino his own as regards his relative stun ding In the social fabric and thc largest praise of the farm Is the fact that has lately been brought before the country to the effect that crime does not flourIsh on the soil Recent figures show that of tillo the convicts confined within the prlsor- oC Now York State only one per cent were born on the farms Of the total population of the state probably forty per cent were born In the country poqulatlont of crIminals The vIrtue of the agricultural communities Is not an accident There Is a reason for ttsoveral of them In fact Without a single figure It would be easy to demonstrate that the standard of honesty and Integrity an virtue are higher In farming comnuinl ties than in cities It does not re quire a profound student to get ut the basic principles of this condition of affairs either In the cities or In the country Probably the greatest Incentive to do right comes from being known In the community from having un Identity as It were It Is an old salng that In rural communities everybody knows everybody elsos business That s the secret of It Everybody knows everybody elsos business and a man whose business Is known Is going to struggle mightily to have a respectable business It Is harder for hint to commit a crime and Jscape punishment or detectIon und that is Itself a curb upon crimInal tendencIes The easie It Is for people to sIn and escape detection the greater the Inducement to sin But there Is still a better reason why the farmer and the children uf the farmer amen ut Inclined to be cri minals There are no sharp practices In the art of makIng h livIng upon the farm When a manundertakest secure hIs sustenance from the soil smartness and cunnIng do not avail anything There Is no chance to prac tice duplicity There Is but one way to secure food and raIment from the farm that Is by hard work There Is no chance for the laggard to cover up his laziness ItS Is the case wltl1I other artisans Nature cannot be laidI out of a harvest Bluffing and brag ging und deception never produced II bushel or corn Weedil do not fear any trIck except a hoe In honest hand- The very art of futming Is based upon honesty rugged selfrespecting honesty There can be no paddIng of accounts no 1001 workmanship palmed oft on the filed and orchms no de lusion whn It ecomes tocansinng things to grow And those thingsall of them are the handmalds of the crImes that are fostered In the cities It Is II notorious fact that the stan dard of vIrtue Is hIghest itt time morn sparselY settled communities and that the standard of virtue Is lowest U1 those communities where the popula tion Is most congested That Is not only true In thIs county but all over the world In IUlllalnElIgland Franc I In Russlaeerywhere It may be due primarily to the fact that want cause selfishness and selfishness Is a crime and begets other crImes but It Is true nevertheless There Is less want and misery 1m the country than else wllereless of selfishness more of kind nessa higher regard generally for the rights of others There Is more of operatiouin the country and co oporattou makes people kin Crimes are not as a rule commItted against the members of a crlmlnllls family rather against strangers A farming community Is more nearly ono great family t These are all condltlous tending to mdko agricultural people necessarily more honest than the people of the cities But there are still other reasons why the boy born upon a farm f- lesa t likely to End hIs days In prison than is the boy born In the city Those reasons are more due of Nature than to others The boy Is In harmony with his surroundings The bounding blood of youth has room for its desire The city boy Is circumscribed In his overy action He cannot throw a stone without t iIl Hn8fhe risk of some ens dlspleasure Ile may not pluck a ffow- orr twig or leaf WlthQuC opposItion t Any healthful sport he may mant to 1dilge In is resented 1Hls i0 t inI laughter call upon ttlm J JcY1N Nk vrfY + M p uR of the ngrthobrs Ht Is compelled a be cunning from the time lie Is old enough to toddle out upon the lawn It he Is IOnnnate enough to havfal- awn If he Is uotho Is IIn outlaw as soon IB ho ges upon anothers lawn The sports or the boy In the coun wholesomedthe surroundings of the coun try boy more sanitary It Is not necessary for him to be bad in order for hIm to follow the dIctates of his boyish heart Ho grows to manhood with a higher regard for the property rights of other than does the city boy To him society Is not an enemy but II friend He Is not so skeptical he understands more of the advantages of helpIng others when they need hole ho vIews the world In a more satisfied way then dues the follow of the done sely populated sections Then the love of nature the np1re elation of the beautiful the knowledge of the humbler thingsthey all pay a dIvIdend In good citizenship The country buy has adsorbed them to u greater extent than has been possible with hIs city cousinthe has learned the perfume of the flowers from smelling them Ifs has been II part of nature and ho his not had to depend up on the picture books The bIrds and the bees and the Insectss the horses the cows and sheep have been his blends trod companIons He bursts forth at maturity a man fullrounded lawabiding sentimental loving hopeful honest That Is why In the great state of New York only one percent of the crIminals are farmrea sons and daughters dCLEW TO GUILTY IN- WOMANS EYE Photograph of Retina Shows Outline of an Alleged Murder Belles In the theory that the last object seen by a murdered person may be fixed as a photographic negative In u murdered persons eye led Corol- Streeller of Alton Ill to have a pholtgraph taken of one eye of a wo man found In the Mississippi river The coroner states that the developed photograph shows the outline of u man with hooked nose bearded cheeks and glabrous scalp The photograph will be used Uc an attempt to apprehend the murderer The body of the woman had evIdent ly been In the water for several weeks but there was no sIgn of water on the lungs and the neck was found to be beliefothat the woman had been murdered The photograph In a way sustaIns the theory Hows This We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh tMt cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh CureF CHENEY CO Toledo O- We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and allsbusiness transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his firm Warding KInnan Marvin Whole sale Druggists Toledo 0 Halls OatarAh Cure Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Testimonials sent free PrIce 75 cents per bottle Sold by all Druggists Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m Clear Track for Dr James State Senator A J Oliver of AI fen county has withdrawn front the race for the Republican nomination- for Congress front the ThIrd district which practically leaves the field clear for Dr A D Jamesthe presentmem- ber of Congress Senator Oliver was In LouIsville Sunday and authorized his withdrawal l He said After having seen a numbor of my friends throughout the Third district and ninny of them believing that Dr A D James should belndorsed for u second tern and after havIng had R conference with a number of lilY Republican frIends In the district and believing the party to bo greater than any man and In view of the tact that peace and harmony must prevail ii the nominee Is elected I have concluded to withdraw from the race and shall support Dr James for the nomination Uuhleuburg Argus t HOWARDI If He Is Granted Rardon By- GOYWillson He Plans to Make Ills Home In City of Louisville with Rev George L Herr If the petition of hIs friends Is acted favorably on by 0ev Willson Jatne Howard will leave a cell at the state penitentiary for the pulpit says the LouIsville Post While It Is probable Prhat he will not be regularly ordain ed ho will enter the ministry as an evangelist and will likely take up IncarIceratlun to This fact has just leaked out al though It has been Howards purpose to take up this work almost from the da he was arrested charged with beIng Implicated In the murder of Wil liam Goebel The fact that it has been Howards purpose to take up theological pur suits has been known to even few of those who have assocIated with him day after day although his as siduous study of the Bible even In the darkest days has attracted attention of them More than five years ago Howard confided his Intention to a prison evangelist whom he met In the Jefferson county Jail Together since then the two have studIed the evangelist ever ready to lend aid and according to hIs own declaration gaIn Ing greatly by the association Color Is given to the statement that Howard Is to take up evangelist work by reason of the fact that as soon as he Is released If such Is the case he will come to Louisville and make his home with the RevGeorge L Herr on Fourth avenue White Dr Herr who Is widely known by the splendId work he dId In jall here and his other works of charity and literary efforts will not admIt that he has coached Howard for the ministry and Inculcated hIm with the Idea of takIng up the work he stated today thatlt was true that Howard had been study Ing the Bible for ninny years and would come to this city and make his homo with him The announcement of the work Howard will take up If given his liberty Is of Intense human Interest HIs enemies credit or rather dis credit him with having been at ono time one of Kentuckys most celebra ted feudists und the leader of the Howard clans against the Bakerin the long and bloody struggle that was waged a decade ago This feud did not terminate until Howards father and brother had boon shot to death amid three of the Bakers had gone to their death Howard denies that ho killed any or the DakPt except In It man to man duel and those who knew him as the intrepid but honest mountain eer would defend the statement with their lives In speaking of Howard today the Rev Herr said Howard Is II Christian If one ever lived In the six years that I have known hIm he has never been other than the Ideal prisoner the loving father and II man who worshIped hIs God He has stud led the Bible as few have often times by a stream of light filtering through the grated windows or a coil but ho has persevered and his reward I believe Is to come shortly It Iii true that ho will make hIs home with 1110 If he Is pardoned The foregoing was put In type b fore the Issunl of pardon to Houarl and Is given for what It Is worth rA Twenty Year Sentence I have just completed a twenty j year health sentence imposed by llueklells ArnIca Salve which cured mo of bleeding piles just twenty years ago writes O S Woolover of LeRaysille N Y Bucklers Arnica Salvo heals the worst sores bolls burns wounds and cuts In the short est time 25c at all druggIsts n1 h Electric Shoe Shiner At the corner of 39th street and Broadway New York there Is a slice shinIng machine run by elec tricity It Is on the order of the slot weighing machine On either side of the platform Is a brass rail for the patron to himself white the shoo Is steadyI I OOO OOO oooooooooooo tA 4ew Orleans woman was thin Because she did not extract sufficient nourishment from her food IShe tookScott Emulsion g Result P She gained a pounda day in weight 10- A1L DRUGCISTSm SOc AND 0100 0 0000000 Y a Ished The foot Is thrust through an opauing In the phufornn JIIII I Is rash ou n metal form Whllo stand ug with one for In the open big the nlcklo Is dropptd In the slOt hod time shining begins One SN or brushes conies up and cleans the dust and mud front the shoe rho j soles and heels as well as the upper areadoingand cleans the front of the lOe COlliIIlftedand a new set Is ready for business otlblackingtubes so that when the now brushes are In place the real shining begIns It takes less than II minute to shine ono shoe The other foot Is then inserted In the opening the electrIc button is given a second push and the pro gram Is repeated Although the patron pushes the button twice ho has to drop In but ouenicklu as the mechanism Is provIded with a dou ble release Machinery Is now doIng practically everything that man can do The next thing in order Is II ma chlnethat will make the man ALMOST TOTAL WILL BE THE ECLIPSE Of the Sun on Sunday June 28 Can be seen All Over Kentucky Residents or Kentucky will be affor ded IIn opportunity on Sunday morning I June 28 to witness almost Ii teal eclllle of the sun and should the weather be clear on that date midday will seem like the dusk of the evening The eclipse will begin at Washington D C at 927 oclock In the morning and will end at 1241 oclock making the hours It will be vlsablo In Ken tucky and thIs section of the country from 1027 oclock until 141 oclock Kentucky time being one hour later than Washington time The path of the eclipse will be MexIco City Tampa Fla and the Beremuda Islands on this continent and will cros the Atlllntlc Ocean and termlnant somewhere In Western Africa The eclipse will be total In Southern Florida and about 75 per cent total In the other sections where It wlllbc at mill visable on this continent Kentucky experienced a partial ecllllse of the sun last January but lit that time only a very small part of the sun was obscured and thou only for a few minutes and liS a result It was hardly noticeable except by astronomers hut the eclipse scheduled beII i only vlsable through smoked glasse- sScarcity I of Cattle l A toll known cattlp bnI er of the state says of situation There Is to Icarcl- Iy of cattle In Kentucky as well us In the great cattle prduclng states of the west and this Is printarily responsible for the hIgh prico of beef said J W Bates of Richmond Last year when the financial panIc CIIIIIC ani Continued Mr Bates Mummy of the largo cattle raisers of the west hurried their cattle to market and sold them regardless of price In order W turn i crisisiCainepretty well drained of Its cattle stock Corn was fed abundantly t4 ge these I catthe ready for murhot ipud now there I Is n scarcity or corn Ih ntaiiy of th i western states Right now 1 auu told I ls1kaspieljet per bartlI niiud you btit- por buhsel which is unprecedented except when the weS11I drOuh several years ago pat up this prico At figure corn Is too high to teed to caM llc and the grass fed cattlo artt n l ready for market While cent IS of course not that hIgh here atilt at 350 and t n barrel farmers regard It as too valuable to feed to CII11fI and consequently very tow me ready for market bUt are waitIng to he fat tened on grass Tlle1e are fewer cat tie fattened In Kentucky tint In for mer years PrIces are away up yon derfat export cattle being quoted ate and 050 per hundred I have engaged a numb r for early delivery In Madison and adjollling counties al these prIces Grass Is more IIblllldant than I ever saw It Is this section and thIs will have a tendency to improve the situation If not for this fact cattle and beef would be higher than they are I do not look for any decrease In the price of beef until after the grass fed cattle reach the market and the conditIons In the west together with the financIal strin keepinguph CASXORA- Zt The Kjni You Hato Always Bouth- ttare t v AVegetablePreparatioaforAsshnilatingthcFoodandlle ting theStomachs nMBowels or Promotes DigestionCMerful ness andRestContains neither 9piumMorptune norrineral Nor NARc OTIC J7giraRm9ADsmr tai lWJI SJIt Wh1JJntrt CorConsUpanon Worms Convulsions Feverishness luld Loss OF SLaEP facsimile Signature or NEW YORK CASToRIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Alway Ight Bears t Signature of fIn- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASIORIA DNaeoNNY MCt Trrr em OUR CLUBBING RATES THE RE UBLICAN and Louisville Herald135THE REPUBLICAN and Louisville Daily Herald 325 THE REPUBLICAN and CourierJournal 150 THE REPUBLICAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Home and Farm 125 THE REPUBLICAN and Lippencotts and Cosmoplitan 325 THE REPUBLICAN and TwiceaVeekOwensboroInquirer 175 THE REPUBLICAN and Daily Owensboro Inquirer 375 THE REPUBLICAN and Twicea Week Oboro Messenger 175 THE REPUBLICAN and National Magazine 150 THE REPUBLICAN and TaylorTrotwood Magazine 150 THE RTLlUnrICAN and New Idea Womans Magazine 135 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN 1 i 29YEARSMJ 0 f Honest Business Reputation = is Back of Every i MONUMENT SOLD BY US b- 16E0 MISCIIEL SONS it Ii PROPRIETORBr I Owensboro Monumental Works it 4 412Ili EMahISt Yards 2262HCI SR b ti OWENSBORO KENTUCKY 494Q Get Our Prices and We Guarantee to Save You fy 4Money on All Good Honest Wortbtiw I ONE OF TIlE FOUR HUNDRED Styles of WotSlons is waiting your choice at our place We can suit the most particular man Come over to our place ust as soon as possible and wo will certainly make it interesting fill you without oven asking for your order We havo the nerve to think that you will ask us to measure you up even without saying a word to you about it becausoWl11 samples and prices talk for themselves We also clean ladies and gentlemons clothes in a satisfactory way CLUB RATE 100 PER MONTH Dont Forget the Place THE PANTIORUMWILLIAM ROBERTSON Prop c I i r i 1 Hartford Republican PROPRIETORSC rSLp OrEa Cnmbrlarret M40Ro-uch 31vrM 31 FRIDAY JUNE 19 What has become of that stereotyped Free Silver or bust doctrine of Democracy There seems to be a dearth of free and unlimited coinage of Sliver 16 to 1 Howdays The pardon of Caleb Powers has rob bed the Owensboro Messenger of Its Venomous Campaign editorial material Haldeman and Woodson bolters so termed by other Democrats remained In the councils of organization by a close call The Hartford Herald as we have heretofore stated has in View of the fact that he will be the Republican candidate for president withdrawn Its support from Secretary Tuft and Is assailing him unmercifully James H Howard who was pardoned by Gov Willson last Saturday nomine was tendered and has accepted a post tion a chief deputy In the office of County Clerk of Jefferson County Providence seems now to smile on the newly freed victim of adversity The Hartford Herald affects to be quite academatlc in Its reference to an alleged contradiction between Col Bradley and this paper No use arguing with the twiddledeedetes we never said Taft could not be elected neither did Gov Bradley Thats our candid response without varnish The Hartford Herald pauses to re mark The platform adopted by the Kentucky Democracy in Convention assembled Is u model of brevity and conciseness of expression It seems to be too concise to find fault with the administration of national affairs under direction of president Roosevel which this apostle of Democracy has been vociferously assailing With Watterson and Bryan hobnob bing together and accepting each lIal1daman anlllserenllTalk about the lion and the lamb lying down together That lion and lamb business Is a natural and prob able event compared to the other Frankfort News Democrat lint where are poor Cripsle and Dick Knott Says the PKtsburg GnzetteTimes Henry Watterson is on the warpath From his wigwam down In Louisville he has emitted a succession of whoops as a prelude to his journey to the West where he goes for a powwow with Big Chief Bryan It is no unusual thing for parse Henry to be on the warpath That is his normal occupation whether the enemy be the sinners of society of the renegades of rum This parti cular sortie however Is Invested with somewhat startling Interest for the reason that It combines with war cries the penitent wails of u converted back conIerslonone those old pilgrimage of penitence that the medieval monks made to the shrines of their loved but offended saints Seen in another light it looks very much like an agile scrambling on the part of Marse Henry to get abroad callillrecedlngdisappointing to Marse Henry not to be under the debris in November Its remarkable how folks abroad know us but they do- BEAVER DAM Rev W B Wright filled his regu Jar appointment here Sunday Morning and night Mr Jno W Stevens of El Paso HjStaaevensMr and Mrs W L Trlmbel of Crow ley La are the guests of friends and relatives in town for a few days I Mr E W Taylor and family have moved to Greenville where Mr Taylor will engage in the livery business Mr H S Waddle and family of Cen tral City spent Sunday In town Mr I S Mosan traveling representa tive of the New England Life Ins Co will snore with his family to Olllve Hill Ky where he has been elected Cashier of the Olllve Hill National Bank He will begin his duties July 1stMiss Willie Smith of Hartford spent a few days with Mrs R T Taylor last weekMiss Dena May Woodward has re turned from Chicago where she has been taking a course In the Chicago University The Ladles Aid Society oft ttl the BAptfst church gave an Ice cream slipper in the grove of the church Saturday night Mrs Pentlcost of Corydon Ky is visiting her son Mr Howard Penticost who is manager of the Cumberland Telephone Coat this place Mrst F Q Austin and Miss Marie are visiting in Hartford this week vMr Evans Hunt of Rochester spent a few hours in town Sunday enroute to Cincinnati where he has a position with the government Misses Bessie Williams Ara and Era Gardner made a flying trip to Pinchlco on Wednesday ea HERBERT v June 1GDr John B Huff Is visiting his brother Dr Albert Huff in Kansas Dr Huff has been practicing medicine Jn this immediate vlclulty over fifty years ami this is his first vacationMr Mllligan Is at home prey parting for wheat threshing I Mrs Tina Floyd Mr J W Ford and Mrs Elms McCarty are sick Miss Mary Chambers has a new pianoMr Guy Medcalf will teach the Sourwood school Miss Sallie Ford Is visiting her sister Mrs Edna Duncan In Owensboro Mr and Mr Leonard Taylor and children and Miss Bexter Miller were the guests of Mr and Mrs Pate Taylor Saturday night and Sunday Mr and MrsHitggerdy nhd son Evansvllle visited Mr Ellas McCartys family the post week Mr and Mrs John Bruner spent Sunday at Walter Skinners Mr Willis Corby and family were the guests of John Hlntons family Colliers Station from Saturday until Sunday evening Mrs Jesse Swope has measle Mr Rosenblot of Hawesville was in this community from Saturday until tondarIfrom Bowling Green Saturday evening Mrs and Mrs J H Chambers were In Owensboro Thursday and Friday FOR THE BUSY READER The battleships Maine and Alabama have been dispatched as a special ser Sftn1Ilanclscoyahoo of the Atlantic battleship fleet More levees are breaking in Louisi ann flooding thousands of acres of farming lands The Mississippi River I is nearly three feet above the danger line at St Louis the luvco being IHIV RilrII The friends of former Senator E W- Carmack dominated the State Democratic Convention of Tennessee M R j Patterson who Is opposing Senator henhiBryan men for President and Johnson for Vice President It also indicated that the Carmack wing will advocate State wide prohibition Program Of the Sunday School Institute of the Ohio County Association or Bap list Beaver Dam Wednesday July 8 1908 i 945 Devotional service 1000 The problem of The Sunda School In Country Churches or Whyi They Cannot be Made Permant AI ney Casebicr Birch Shields 1050Tho Teacher Preparing the Lesson W J Mahoney 1120Now the Pastor Can Help the Sunday School E W Ford C M Tichenor 1200 Noon 130 Devotional service 130The Master Teacher W J Mahoney 21oThe True Aim of Sunday School Work N F Jones G H Lawrence 4oReports of Superintendents 330The Relation Between the Sunday School and the Church W J Mahoney 400 Qualifications of Teachers A B Gardner D F Gibbs 0 M ShultzWe cannot place all on the program but we want all Sunday Schools workers to bring a good thought to give UK al os to bring a receptive mind to carry away what may be given them We suggest that each one provide a notebook and pencil and make a note of I the most suggestive and helpful things said It Is urgently requested that all those interested in Sunday School work in each church and Sunday School In the As sociation attend Preparations will be made to entertain a large gathering and we suggest that each Superintendent take the matter In hand and see that a large delega tion from each School attends Our aim is to help put n live Sunday School in each Church in the Association Will you help to do It- Respectfully 1 A B GARDNER 0 31 SHULTZ Committee a EQUITYSOGIETY TO VISIT LOUISVILLE From 25000 to 50000 Members Are Expected at Meeting there J During the State Fair The army of the Equity Society will invade Louisville on Friday of saysI000 to 50000 strong and before assembling at the fair grounds will form a mammoth parade marching through the streets of Louisville This parade promises to be the greatest and the most mem orable lit the history of Louisville Practically every tobacco grower from the burley to the dark belt region will attend their members being limited on Jy to capacity pf the trains bearing themThe decision to attend the State Fair In a mammoth tobacco body was speechesjState Fair Sam P Jones President of the Commercial Rank and Trust Com I leaders pany and several prominent tobacco After considering the question for some time the tobacco people decided unanimously to send out notices con vening a mammoth gathering of their friends In Louisville on Friday of fair weekIIt was to an es cort of honor for Miss Alice Lloyd and ask her to participate in the procession through the streets in recognition of her defense of her Equity growers aIfew months ago WYSOX June 18tr George Cain and wife of Heaver Dam spout Saturday and Sunday at Mr 11 E Hills Miss Kate Simpson who has been going to school at Bowling Green tins returned home Mrs Emma Green went to Rochester shopping Saturday Mr Otha Dexter of Heaver Dam i canto out lust Thursday and set ups Mr U Y Davenports new binder The Sunday school at Cool Springs is progressing nicely Farmers too behind with their work In this community on account of the heavy rains Mr Willie Fulton spent Sunday at Mr U Y Davenports Mrs Carrie Bennett of Wysox went toRochetttr Monday i 1IIIIntIMrs Robe Piyton of this plueo Miss Blanch Brown Is visiting Mr R Y Davenports at present Mrs Delia Robertson of Eelioln Is visiting her mother at present MI Tom Maddox and wife of Mc Henry spent Sunday at Mr Hud Mad doxsMr J A Baggerly Is able to be out againMr R Y Davenport is on the sick listFarmers are all busy this pretty weatherMr Campfield went to Rochester Wednesday and purchased a new bug gy Mrs Lara Klnedy is Improving nicely Mr Clayburn Wilson spent Saturday night with his sister Mrs Vena Dennf Mrs Laura Taylor and daughter Nor was In Wysox Wednesday Miss Pearl Davenport spent Monday with Miss Blanch and Nola Brown A S of E Notice The Buford Magisterial District Meeting of A S of E will be held at Nocretk church Thursday June 21 1908 All locals In said district are expected to send delegates The public is Invited to attend There will be dinner on the ground for all JOHN R FOSTER Chmn CALEB POWERS AND JIM HOWARD FREE Continued from First Page the crime charged against him In the indictment and that any further prose cutlon against him for the crime so charged would be a great wrong and against the peace and wellbeing of the CommonwealthDESIRED BY EVERYONE- I may say In addition that in my Judgement after the fullest inquiry the release of the accused from liability to further prosecution of the charge pre ferred against him Is desired by the vast majority of the people of Ken tucky without distinction as to party The Court of Appeals has reversed three trials and convictions of Caleb Powers for errors against him On tho fourth trial ten of the twelve jurors members of both parties voted for his acquittal and signed a petition for his pardon Although theGovernor is authorized to pardon in advance of or without reference to the trial of a case such power should never be excited except under the most extraordinary cir r s I cumstances The facts in the history of the prosecution of Powers asknown all need root be here detailed 11to FOR PUBIC WELFARE It Is sufflcinet to say that the Governor deems this an extraordinary case and that the exercise now of the power of pardon and tile discharge of I the accussed from futher prosecution is required by tho highest consider nothIhtg joy the further prosecution of H man who cannot possibly under any ovl dence heretofore adduced or likely to- be adduced bo found guilty by an im partial nonpartisan jury and yet has been refused admission to ball so that his application cannot be refused without continuing Indefinitely the 1m prisoument already continued eight years of a man never legally convict ed and almost acquitted on the only j trial which has not been reversed REASONS FOR PARDON stenographeria everything I in readiness to dictate his rear sons for the extension of executive j clemency Gov Willsons reasons are as follows j Application has been made to the Governor for the pardon of Caleb Pow ers who stands charged by Indictment found Jn the Franklin Circuit Court and afterward transferred on change of venue to the Scott Circuit Court with the crime of being accessory be fore the filet io the willful murder of William Goebel i The application is supported by per titions recommending the pardon of the perIsons a large proportion are Democrats It Is not likely that at any time during my terns of office I shall be called upon to decide matters of graver Importance than those presented by the applications for pardon of Caleb Powers and James B Howard CAREFUL CONSIDERATION I have given to their consideration the most careful conscientious and thorough Investigation and thought in my power I realize that whatever my decisslon may be it will be harshly criticised For more than eight years this group of cases have held the attention of the whole Sure and In Iced of the whole country as no cases In this State every did before Tiie murder of Senator Goebel de stroyed a remarkable life brought the deepest grief to his family and thousands of friends who loved him overthrew a whole Sato election destroy ed tho peace and good feeling of the Sato for eight years set neighbor against neighbor made politics almost war stained the good name of Kentucky and shocked tho civilized world NO SECRET APPEALS I have not heard nor considered but have refused to consider any pri vate 01 secret request or appeal in either of these cases and have with out exception required that all of the proceeidngs should be heard publicly in the presence of representatives of both sides so that all should know everything to which any weight was given for or against the application and that all the world should have a chance to judge whether the reasons for the decision were just and right eous The conditions which existed when the murder WHS committed baffle de scription and already after only eight years seem Incredible The bitter struggle in the Democratic party had resulted in the election of the Repub llican State officers end the Issual of certificates of election to them by two of three members of the State Elec tion Board all three being Democrats FOMxnvnu BY CONTESTS Ihlb wits fohowed by a contesst up on the two grounds of military intimidation in Louisville and tissue ballots with no real merit in either charge There were threats and rumor that the Republican State officers were to be turned out of office by fraud and violence and they appealed to the peo ple to protect them and on the other side similar reports of intended vio lence were taken as true Tho excitement increased as the contest went on and there was reason for th e constant fear that passion and menace of the contest might any day suddenly break out in a clash which would cause loss of life and dis grace Kentucky TRY TO DISPEL EXCITEMENT Reasonable men on both sides tried to quiet the excitement and to disprove the rumors and to maintain and uphold law and order The State officers believed that there was grave danger that the peoples election would be wrongfully set aside and that their lives were not safe and in some cases added fuel to the flame by their excited talk which later on returned to plague themBut through all the stprm the great body of the people and most of the kepttheirConstitution and the law and the whole doItiisionll1tJytheGoebel and there ensued such a storm I QUEEN OF ACTRESSES PRAISES PERUNA A NY remedy that benefits digestion 11strengthens the nerves The nerve centers require nutrition If the digestion Is impaired the nerve centers become anemic and indigestion is the result S IIIstimulant Peruna frees the stomach of catarrhal congestions and normal digestion is the resultIn other words Peruna goes to the bottom of the whole difficulty when the disagreeable symptoms disappear Mrs JC Jamison 01 Marchant street Watsonville Cal writes I was troubled with my stomach for six years I tried many kinds of medi cine also was treated by three doctors They said that I had nervous dyspepsia I was put on a liquid diet for three months of passion and excitement that while ninny good men of both parties stood firm tine voice of reason was frowned in the tumult PEACE TAKES ILIGHTIPeace and good will and the support of the Government of I the State were for the time almost destroyed The Commonwealth was rent enIIgeancelaw ond no one could tell what a day might bring forth The officers of the law close parr sonal and political friends of the mur dered Senator spurred by duty and af fection alike used every effort to avenge the murder and every clew and rumor were eagerly seized upon and followed up with all of the energy that horror of the crime and personal devotion could Inspire and all sorts and kinds of men good and bad honest and dishonest and harpies attracted by theI reward joined In the manhunt MAY SET A LESSON i If tho lesson of tins case cdn be rightly taken to heart by the people otI Kentucky it may yet be worth all thoI woe and misery which it has cost II If the blessed spirit of friendly good will between neighbors of fair and just toleration and respect for each others opinions and honorable and IIloyalhave made a great gain not only In1 the respect of the world but in the hrfpplness and welfare of every man I woman and child In Kentucky Assassination public officers has sprung from the seeds of abuse and Intolerance which have Incited minds i of a lower order to murder and robbed the people of the lives of Lincoln Gar field and McKinley I am glad that In our country we have no case of any man of any consequence or any impor tant officer elected by the people gull ty of this crime j YOUTSEY THE GUILTY ONE I In the trial of Youtsey the State contended earnestly for a verdict that he had fired the fatal shot and my reading of the testimony leaves no doubt that this charge was conclu slvely provedIIn trial after trial Youtsey has tee tified and repeatedly confessed that he did everything but fire the shot that killed William Goebel that he him sell conceived and suggested the plant just as it was executed to men whom he hoped to induce to do the deed i that he took the rifle to the room I bought the cartridges for U phase the 9thjustshade arranged the books to rest the rifle on planned the escape throughI the basement and explained several different peopld and immedi ately after the shot was fired rant down the stars to the basement room 1 0000 It IA111j Glad To Write My- Endorsement Of The Great Remedy Peruna I IDo So- Most r 9 Heartily Julia Marlowe o I Improved under the treatment but as soon all I stopped taking the medicine I got bad again nI took the medicine for two years then I got sick again and gave up all hopes of getting cured- I saw a testimonial of a man whose case was similar to mine being cured by Peruna so I thought I would give it a trialI procured a bottle at once and com menced taking it I have taken several bottles and am entirely cured I have gained In strength and I feel like a different person I be lieve Peruna Is all that Is claimed for It Nervines such as coal tar prepara + lions arc doing a great deal of harm Sleep medicines and headache powders are all alike heart depressants and should not be used The nerves would ho all right if the digestion were good 1eruna corrects the digestion and through it and around the building and tip the east Steps through the hall and into the reception room when ho arrived with a pistol in hand acting wildly in just about the time that it would take to make the trip after the shot was fired and the evidence leaves no doubt that he fired tho shot std at the end of his trial ho accepted anti decided not to appeal from tho sentenc of imprisonment for Ufa1 PREJUDICED BY POLITICS There is very little hope of ever having a jury trial of this case in Kentucky without political questions uppermost in tho minds of the court the counsel and the Jury In this case Jurors were asked on the venolre which party they belonged to so that there can be hope of decision unless the Commonwealth or the de fondant can select the whole JJury and there would thus be required trial aftei trial at enormous expense to the Commonwealth alredy amounting to 14 500 paid out of the reward fund and a vastly greater sum paid out of the gen oral fund in the Treasury and the unequal struggle of the defendant with no means except those given him against the whole power of the Com monwealth and I feel it a plain duty to end this futile struggle the anxiety distress and waste of time money and care and take away from both parties the bone of contentionfdo all that I can to restore peace to the State For these reasons I pardon Caleb Powers and order his immediate re lease from the Scott county jail at Georgetown this June 13 1908 AUGUSTUS E WILLSON Governor of Kentu- ckyrwatsioaitr The Song of the Hair VerselAyers hair Verse 2 Ayers Hair Vigor makes the hair grow Verse 3 Ayers Hair Vigor cures dandruff Verse 4 Ayers Hair Vigor makes the scalp healthy and keeps it so It is a regular hairfood this is the real secret of Its wonderful j success II testimonialSold YM LcnnUAJIO Yq elSAISAPwW k 4 r 1 1 0r 1t rt- F AND THE GooDS FOR THIS SEASON WERE RESIGNED AND MADE LONG AGo So IT 15 ALWAYS THERE ARE MORE KINDS or CHOICE THINGS THAN CHOICE SECOND CHOICE THIRD CHobE AND So ON YOU WISH THE FIRST CHOICE DO YoU NoT IF YOU COME NOW AND BUY YOU WILL GET THE FIRST CHOICE To THESE CHOICE ARTICLES WE WoULD SPECIALLY CALL YOUR ATTENTION FIRST CHOICE IN MILLINERY FIRST CHOICE IN WHITE GOODS FANCY WASH GOODS VAL LACES INSERTIONS FIRST CHOICE IN FANCY HOSIERY NEW BELTS LADIES NECK WEAE FIRST CHoICE INNEW BRoWN AND TAN OXFORDS TRADE WITH A STORE WHERE FIRST CLASS GOODS ARE FOUND EALE Hartford FRIDAY JUNE 10 III not s Contra RallroadTlme- Table Norlli Homiil Hoiilli Uumiil No182dna0aa No I1durtlallaiii NolKluflfcMp m 1 Nnlifl ilnrSMSp in No102ilnn2MtfpMi olndu1D Drink FruTola at City Restaurant Mr J F Vickers Is visiting In Ow ensbororGenuine CocaCola Ice cold at City Restaurant City Restaurants Steak Meals cant be beat Try em Myl What good Fish you get at City Restaurant No bones Mr Nat Lindley Point Pleasant was a pleasant caller Tuesday Mr A R Carson Louisville In the guest of relative In Hartford City Restaurant is the place for Ice Cream Sherbet Cold Drinks Etc Mrs Robert DuganOwemboro is the guest of her sister MrsT S Marks Dont fall to attend the special sale June 20 to 27 CARSON CO City Restaurant ie still feeding the people and getting better every day Of course If you want a nice Meal or Lunch you go to the City Restau rant Remember pound prints 100 per bushel during our saleCARSON CO WANTED l500 on loan with good real estate security Apply to this office Attorney R E Lee Simmerman was In Louisville on legal business the firs of the week J Mrs Armsby Gray and daughter Miss Caroline Louisville are visiting Mr and Mrs H P Taylor It Is predicted that Hartford Fair Grounds will nee the biggest assem blage of people in Its history on June 20 Hold oh to yoty clothes money un til you get an Idea of ouf prices during the speciallsale June 20 to 27 CARSON CO 40 Head Sheep 4 beeves and 10 hogs will be slaughtered for the Fraternal Barbecue at Hartford Fair grounds on June 20 June 20 jTtobe the biggest day Hartford has ever seen Every kind of Jimateenterl11lnment jTonAhe reYtby baloon to the painted caTTnl bnl from the South sea Islands will tfound on the ground o I If I I Ir j T RESOLVED J THATrltfEfLfES NOWALLJHE ALCCNOICErATOURSTORE SO- MEBUSTERl ARE P ONEFIRJT MIDSUMMER FIRSTCLASS Go Republican Typewriter Carbon can be had at this offs i Big Masonic and K P Barbc cuedont forget it Dr L D F Whisker Muxwell was the guest of Jurtgu W H Taylor Miin day Try a can of French Drip Coffee Every can guaranteed Sold by James Lyons We have Suits to suit you at prices to suit you See them June 20 CARSON 8 CO Mrs Shelby Taylor and children Crowley La are the guests of rela tives at Beaver Dam The regular June examination for white teachers will be held today and tomorrow at Fordsvllle Send your orders for Groceries to James Lyons Always fresh and clean Goods delivered promptly r Miss Vera Hawkins returned last Saturday from a few days visit to friends at Pleasant Ridge When we say cut prices It means something People know it and we have a rush CARSON CO We will try to have enough clerks to wait on you during our sale begin ning June 20th CARSON CO I We are headquarters for groceries quick sales and small profit is our motto47tf SCHROADER CO After a fewweeks visit to her sister Mrs J H Williams city Mrs S R Howlt returned Monday to her home In Atlanta Ga Mrs Oscar Bishop and children Cor bin Ky are Clio guests of relatives and friends In Hartford and other points in the county E R Tweddell and family and Jail C Bennett and family returned Mon day from a few days visit to Mr R L Tweddell at Calhoun i Mrs Bessie Williams Trimble and husband Crawley La and Miss Dora Gibson heaver Dam are the guests of Judge and Mrs J S Glenn city Hon M L Heavrin Dr A D Park and Mr E L Dupuy are among he Ohio county people in attendance at the national Republican convention at Chicago The day will soon be here dont fonget itthe big Masonic and K of P BarbecueSaturdayf June 20 President q M7 Barnett left Monday tcr Indianapolis Ind where till atten ded the regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the National Als of E Wednesday c f r Dr W M Warden Centertown wast among our callers Wednesday L Mrs J C Berry is the guest of her sister Mrs A PTaylor Qwenalioro Anyone falling to receive his paper will do us a favor by reporting to usIMiss Lucy King Calhoun is the guest of her sister Mrs E J Hudson city Mrs R B Wedding Charleston S C is the guest of her motherinlaw Mrs Julia Wedding citytIt Is wonderful how much money can be saved on a grocery bill by trad Ing with Schroader 8 Co 47tf Time of leaving In thflve rural routes from Hertford has been clang ed from eight to seven oclock Mrs Julia Wedding returned Mon day after a few weeks visit to relatives at Whifesville and other points Geo D Young Louisville Ky Grand Chancellor K of P Lodge Kentucky will speak at Fair Grounds Saturday June 20th Mr and Mrs D 0 Brown returned Tuesday front a few days visit to Mr Browns parents Mr and Mrsi W A Brown Matanazs lOur special clubbing raze of 300 for The Republican and Louisville Dally Herald expired Monday Hereaf ter the price will be 325 Mr and Mrs Alex Harriott who have been the guests of relatives at Valley Mills Texas for the puwt few weeks will start for home the 25 lust Rev CeeilrStevens who recently completed his course at Georgetown Col lege receiving theA M degree is the guest of his mother airs Laura Ste vensMiss Edna Hudson has accepted a position as stenographer for Messrs Barnes and Anderson to fill the va cancy occasioned by the resignation of Miss Florence Jones For SaleDwelling story and half eight rooms new located South side Clay street Hartford Ky Price and terms reasonable For particulars call on HARXETT SMITH There will be no charges for admission at the Masonic and K of P Barbecue to be given at Hartford next Saturday It has been reported that admission will be charged a the gee at Prater nal Barbecue tomorrow This Is un true no fee for admission will be charg ed Everybody is cordially invited to attendMr H Barnurd returned Saturday from a weeks stay IC LiverI- more and Smnllhous whore ht hud been conducing spiciH snle He rej ports tulle a success hi each i tore especially ui Sniullhous e0I1S1UIIlltlC11on to keep the public square In a presantble conadltlon He assumes tin t it is ills duty to keep things looking good and does no shrink therefrom Miss Flrtudle Davis who hut been teaching at South Carroll ton has closed her school and returned to her uncles Mr James Hudson Hartfort where she will make her home umil the fall term of school opens Mr Robert Aubrey tend Mrs Ada Cox were united in marriage at the of fice of Judge W B Taylor in Hartford Tuesday afternoon Judge Tailor offici atlng These young people have many friends who will learn of their murrlag with much pleasureiDr L B Bean has purchased an au tomobile for the purpose of Ing his moving picture show over the county M Bean will have it In charge and will use the power of the machine to generate electric current while giving an exhibitionIHrere is an opportunity to secure oue of the well known 16x20 Dolls Portraits free of any one you wish abso lutely free when your cash purchases reach the amount of 15 These beautiful portraits when hand finished are of the same size and quality as are being sold by dealers for from 3 to 5 each This offer expires July I 10th 1908 ask for coupon Schroaderi Co Hartford Ky 47tf The Buford Magisterial District Sun day School Association will hold their annual convention at Beda Ky with Bulah church next Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock June 21st Every school In the district will be expected to be well represented The old officers will make their repors for least years work and now ones elected or old ones reelected as the case may be A large attendance Is expected The examining trial of John Gary Monday on the charge of shooting and wounding with Intent to kill particulars of which appeared In these col ums last week resulted In his being held under 100 bond to await the action of tile next grand jury Messrs Barnes and Anderson appeared for the defendant find In the nb9onCeofCouit = ty Attorn Woodward C ii Smith representedthe Commonwealth i tY- t 4 C J Lh Mrs U S Carson is the St of whomJI1quiteRev Virgil Elgin will flit his regut litr appointment at the Methodist church next Sunday morning and even Jug The Epworth league fuiMethodist church will give an ice cream supper j next Thursday evening June 23 att court house yard Womans Foreign Missionary Society will meet with Mrs John E Bean next Tuesday at 3 I in All numbers are urged to he present I On Tuesday afternoon Juno 1C front 4 to G oclock Muster Glenn Tfnsleyi entertained with a birthday party the occasion being his eighth anniversary Forty of his little friends were present to enjoy the occasion Various games were played and delightfe j games were played and delightful re freshments were served The little j host received many nice presents One of the most enjoyable entertain t ments of the ladles social club last for the season was given el1ne1l1 day afternoon by Mrs S J Wedding j and Miss Mary Wedding at the lovely home of Mrs Wedding Fourteen games of progressive flinch were played after which delightful refreshments wera served Members and visitors present were Mesdames R D Walker A B Riley C 12 Smith W S Tinsley Sl SiG1ellllP Taylor Anisby Gray Hooker Wllj Hams Z W Griffin C M Barnett E B Pendleton George Lewis K n1 WeddingA S Ye well and E EI Blrkhead Misses Mattle Sanderfurl Lida Morton Laura Morton Margai ret Marks Lettie Marks son Katie Thomas Pearl Thomas Marie Austin Stella Woerner and Lizzie Miller Old SoldiersRein The following Is In reply to the clipping found in The Mtihlenbjrg Argus concerning the Old Soldiers Re union to be held at Cromwell Ohio county Ky V S A on July 4th 1DOS Ve notice since the Gnen River 1 Association voted the reunion to be held a Cromwell July 4th 190S tlia some of the whiskey clement and not the old soldiers have boltrd or triad to bolt the asoclatioii and Indue tome of the old soldiers to Join tim Bre tlm county reunion to ba hll1l at CVntral try Ky July 4th loos While Central City has two railroad We mute access to both end of j Grtk II River by flue bUilt excurions two down three up ho river bauls It ill a very short distance from BIVJ or Dam by conveyances Cromwell is amnly able to afford entertainment and accommodation fo all who may iiiid Since CentralCity hats wlthdiiwn we can assure a nice sober crowd us we hud 11111 1JOT E P JAMBS Pre + W A WALLACE V PISIJ V COLEMAN Secy Z R TAYLOR Com BAIZETOWN- June liCrolls are looking well In this neighborhood Phegleylhadnice pieces Rev M J Embry Preached here Sunday to a fair size audience Mr W C Dugherty Returned from Louisville Wednesday where he had been to take his wife to the Hos pital to be treated Mr J M Baize visited Ids son W H Baize of Butler County Sunday Mr Charley Hudson of Broadway visited relatives here Saturday and SundayMost every one was well pleased with the decision Gov Wilson Rendered in the Powers and Howaid cases Trustee Sale j United States Court Weswm DisI trict Owensboro Division In the Matter of W H Griffin Bankrupt j As trustee of the estate of William ill Griffin in Bankruptcy I will on Tuesday JUlie 23 1908 about ono oclock p m expose for sale to the highest bidder on the promises u stuck of Drugs Toilet Ankles Druggists Sun dries Paints Oils Blank Books School Supplies and other things Including Show Cases Prescription Casei and other articles usually found III a Firstclass Drug Store Said property will be sold In bulk 01 a credit of three months time the purchaser being required to vxucu a bund with good security payable to the trustee bearing Interest from date of sale for amount of his bid wuu op tion of raying cash at the election Said sale will be made subject to the approval of the United States District Court and will be conducted In the store house building in which said property is located on the corner of Main and Center Streets In the town of Hartford Kentucky At the same time and placa I will likewise also sell to the highest bidder all notes and accounts due by various persons to the said bankrupt Wifnessimy hand this June 12 190S C M CROWE Trustee r vr tv amntlo tmtas mmmamn ea r I Summer Millinery J Our variefy of airy Hats for the goodold summer time cannot bet I IiIt j Everything Needed f I millinerYlclis I real pleasure to look through I stock because it is so large that oUIf 1choice is easy Hat i IDesired can be satisfactorily met in Ii productions of our own 1the Our trimmer is right workIyou and she will certainly her very best effortsthe of months of hard study of the pre I styles of the season 1vailing Goodst i dress fabrics in quite a fJ 1variety of patterns and prices as well best prices in plain white Ay 1 choosIing I I EPBarnesBro I I Beaver Dean J rinesas0 Jt BRADLEY LEADING FIGURE AT CONVENTION Although Fighting Taft He is Ac corded Courtesies not Extended To Other Leaders Chicago June 11fhat a prophet is not without honor save in his own country Is shown once more by the prominence that has been given Sen atorelect William OConnell Bradley since his arrival In Chicago to prose cute the Kentucky contests before the National Republican Committee Tough he was turned down by his owl State asa delegate to tho convention and Is here merely as the attorney for the Fairbanks delegates MrBradley has been accorded many courtesies not extended to somo of the leading Taft delegates and has been in constant demand as an afterdinner speaker Though the Taft machine won the fight in the First and Fifth Kentucky districts before the National Commit tee Mr Bradley had tin satisfaction of knowing that after his statement had been made the vote to seat the Fairbanks delegates was five times as largo as for the contesting delegsues from any other district In the country except in several Foraker districts which were heard much later When Gov Bradley entered the com mitteeroom on the morning of his arrival he was accorded a warm recep tion and the members of the con mittee applauded and cheered him for several minutes Gov Bradleys fight- Ing qualities so well known In Ken tucky have earned him the respect of the leading Republicans who are here for the convention After losing theFlrst and Ffh district cases Gov Bradley did no pre sent those from the Sixth and Eleventh district These as well as the other two he will take before the Commit tee on Credentials as soon as it is organized and Kentucky is reached He will appear before the Credentials Committee and make an argument on behalf of the Fairbanks delegates and if he loses there will probably appear on the floor of the convention How he is to obtain recognition his friends do not discuss but they say that Gov Bradley has a way of carrying his fight to the bitter end It Is said however that if Gov Bradley appears to address the convention Wll Ham Marshall Bullltt will be on his I I Y 1ft t C IITH 1s fclr iu female tc K Ky v ill liiivt the ctiuer at L r in Lt tuiiYihiou tor atew mi t S K leas Tuesday nigh Cut Bradley mada an addcrt before tae Columbus IJoiIt G A R probably he richtttt and inoet important post of Ju Grand Army in the coup ry- Saturday nigh ho hAd an engage ClubIMr and Mrs A D Martin of Prank fort and Gov Brndloys daughter Mrs John G South were invited guests at the banquet tonight Tomorrowr night Guy Bradley will occupy a box at the Whitenty Opornhouse and has lIeItheseIinvitattonsCoy Willeon who only reached Chi cago yesterday Is likewise much in de mand and tomorrow will deliver ant address to the students of Lewis Institute Mr Bradley was one of the three spealers at the bauquut given tonight by the Sons of the American Revolution which was hold in the banquet room of the Auditorium Annex Hotel Mr Bradley responded to the toast Bunker Hili and made a patriotic address which rouecd his hearers to the highest pitch of enthusiasm The speech was not long but every word told and whet he finished men and women joined in applause which lasted for several minutes The Kentuckians present as invited guests were much gratified at the brilliant reception ac corded the Senatorelect Frank Waldo Snu h presided as toastmaster and the other sptsikorb were J Adam Bede the wK y Minmisoia Congressman who responded to the toast Flag on the Land and P P Campbell Congressman from Kansas whose subject was Flag on tuna Sea Come and see the sights a1 Hartford June ZObig MasonicI and K of P Barbecue You cant afford to miss it Tobacco Growers Called to Meet The tobacco growers of Ceutertownc magisterial district me called to meet at Centertown Saturday June 27 at 1 oclock pm for the purpose of elec ting u member of the Ohio county fl lance committee Everybody should attend WATT TAYLOR Malnnzas Ky j r araK S r- Ia I I I VALUABLE INTERESTING SEED EXPERIMENTS Cultivation of Small Grains and Use of Heavy and LIght Seed The Nebraska Exyerintent Sutton has just Issued bulletin 104 gtvlug the result of seven years experiments wit the cultivation ofsmall grains eight years experiments with the use of heavy and light seed wheat and three years experiments with the use of heavy and light seed oats Where drlll ed oats has been cultivated fore sev en years In comparison with une4Uva ed drllled oats there has bay un average Increase in yields of 48 bush cia per acre The cultivation hasI consisted usually of one to three rowlngs given about four to six weeks after sowing Where oats Is to be cul tlvated it Is found much better to drill It than to sow broadcast For example during four years drilled oats both cultivated and uncultivated was compared with broadcast oats Dur- Ing the four years the drilled oats gave an average Increase of 53 bush els per acre as the result of cultivation white the broadcast oats actually decreased In yield 19 bushels per acre This Is probably due to the fact that In broadcast oats a large number of plants are either destroyed or Injured by cultivation The cultiva tion of winter wheat by the use of a harrow or weeder has notglveu Increas ed yields The greatest benefits of cultivation especially with oats have always been derived during dry years while In seasons of more than normal rainfall even with the odds there has sometimes been an actual decrease In yield from cultivation Where the wheat was broadcast and cultivated an actual loss amounting to Iln average of three bushels per acre has resulted In the four years experiment Where the wheat was drllled the loss amounted to only one half bu shel per acre Quite astonishing results have been secured from rolling the winter wheat In the spring an average Increase for fourth years of 51 bushels being secure The rolling wars given soot after frost went out In the spring and the benefit derived from rolling Is believed to be due to the fact tha the roller settles the earth firmly about the young wheat toots causing them to stool and root much better For eight years experiments have been conducted comparing the ure of heavy seed wheat separated by I fun nlng mill with light seed wheat and or dlnary unseparated seed The heavy seed the lightest Wurth Two varieties the crop each year and the light seed the lightest fourth Two varletle Turkish red and big tram wheat have been used In the oxterlmelH There has been no average difference to yield or quality of the crop resulting from the use of heavy or light seed Similar results have been secured for three years with Kherson oats The data Indicate that where seed wheat or oats has been reasonably cleaned In the threshing machhse no Increas t- ed yield Is to lJu expected from the further use of the fanning mill In sepa rating the light and heavy grain although there Is an advantage In remov- Ing all foreign seed and also rill straw and chaff which would prevent the seed from feeding evenly through the d drill This seems to lJe due to the fact tllllt there Is uo hereditary IIICfer once between the heavy and light grains as both types come not only fruit these lime heAd and therefore it- would ho expect d hint the tWO kinds tire likely to produce the same quality up grataE G Jlontgornerys Raising Alligators for Pets Suit Cases and So Forth Jt Is cletmed hat the alllgaor farm In Hot Springs Ark Is larg r rhsm that In St Augustine Fla and tiled these two are the only farms of elII kind TJIO farm In Hot Springs Is on a small mo main stream that feeds n series of 1i cle lakes o ponds These nrb rands use of to form the breeding wlntelllJuarterhetween five hundred and eight hun dred nlllgaors ranging An size from ltttle less than six Incheslong lip to DIg Joe nearly fifteen feed long The little Pillows have all beep lunched on the farm but the big ones were caught in the swamps nail l ayous of the South The ulllgator III a cannibal arid for that reason jt is ltecoesary to separate the ponds by means of heavy wire net ting and to pnce reptiles of very nearly the sumo size In each IntJosure Dig Joe the monarch of the establish meat weighing nearly six hundred pounds 1s kept by himself Otherwise It Is alleged ho would soon be the only alligator there The eggs are placed In Incubators I quite similar to those for hatching chickens After being hatched the lIttto ones are placed in II separate In The Badgo of Honesty Is onevery wrapper of Doctor Pierce Golden Medical Discovery because a full list of the Ingredients composing It I printed them In plain Eng Forty of experience Its lIuperlor north as a blood purifier and Invlgorat Ing tonic for the cure of stomach disorders and all liver Ills It builds up the run down system as no other tonic can In which alcohol bused Tho activo medic- Inal principles of native roots such as Golden Seal and Queens root Stone and Mandrake root Bloodroot and Dlack Cherry bark are extracted and preserved by the use of chemically pure triple refined glycerine Send to Dr R V Plereo at Buffalo N Y for frce booklet which extracts from well recognlzed mcd teal authorltl such as Drs llarthoow King Scud e Coe Ellingwood and a host of othl showing that these roots can be nded upon for their curative action I all weak states of the stomach accom led y Indigestion or dyspepsia ILS well I ii blllous or liver complaints and In wasting diseases where thero Is los flesh and gradual running down of t strength and system hn Gold n Medicals n e makes rlc e blood and 80 art Invtgoratespd t trs e stem- sand thtjihJhem the whole lte Thus all skin affections blotches pimples and eruptions as well as scrofulous swel lings and old open running sores or ulcers are cured and healed In treating old running sores or ulcers It Is Well to In sure their healing to apply to them Dr Plercos AllHealing Salve If your drug gist dont happen to have this Salve In stock send fiftyfour cents In postage- stampsto Dr R V Pierce Invalids Ilotel and Surgical InetltutelUllfTnlo N Y and a large box Salvo postYou secret nostrum as substitute for this non alcohollC medicine OF KNOWN COMPOSITION not even thou th the urgent dealer may profitDrand Invigorate stomach liver and bOwels Sugarcoated tiny granules easy to take as candyhclosure to prevent their older brothers and sisters from eating them They grow very slowly so that nit alligator two feet long is about two years uf age and one twelve feet long may be flC teen years or more Some mach n length of sixteen or eighteen feet It allowed to follow their hllJerna ting habits In captivity the nlllgstatrs would bury themselves In the mud loud lie dormant for nearly half of the year and business would have to be suspended during that time on the lligator farm Some nay had to b devised for avoiding In part lit leastt this hibernating Instinct The wInter quarters are In II long low building dl- Ilded Into many compartments Each compartment contains n pool of aster through which run steam pipes so that the water can be kept at n constant temperature Ont small pond will con tale 200 or 300 nlllgators Hundreds of baby alligators lire sold every year to patrons of the health resort lit Hot Springs for gels for home aquariums and for curious mem- entoes to be sent to distant friends For this purpose little crmtllrel not more thutr six Inches long are preferred Reptiles of larger size from two feet 1s length up to the largest that CUll be obtained are sofa for use us ndvertlslug novelties and for exhibition In amusement parks museums shows and men Igerles Largo uunrber uf all sizes are tiled stuffed and mouued tit 8trlltlnS or fantastic attitudes and usctl for or nawental and decorative purposes The skins are tanned and manufactured Into suit cases satchels handbags belts pocketbooks and in fact almost any hlng that can be made or The durability beauty stns cllstllnelsIof the tanned hides cause esteemed among the most desirable uf leather mnterlals Even the teeth are not wnssted being manufactured InI to small ornaments and odcles of jew- ry and sold its curlnsliiesS Nlch- ulae Kentucky Fair DatesI The following are the dates fixed I for holdlllg the Kentucky Fairs for 1905 as far as reported Stanford July 223 days Georgetown July 2S5 days Wlnchestu August 44 days Danville Augusta 53 day Lexington August 105 days Unloutown August 115 days Burkesvllle August 114 ditys- Broadhead August 123 days Springfield August 124 days Lawrencelmrg August IS4 days Carroll Gallutlu Owen TrCounty Fair Sanders August 1 4 Gays Yanceburg August 194 liars Barbourville August 19 days Erlauger August 194 days Ewing August 203 days London August 25I days Ellzabethtown August 253 days Shelbyville August 2r4 days Burlington August 2G4 days Germantown August 265 days Morgantown August 2i3 days Somerset September 14 days Parts September 15 days Hardln burg September 13 days Fern Creek September 24 days Monticello September S4 days HodgenvUle September 83 days Hartford September f4 days Glasgow September 94 days Falmouth September 304 days Flrstclass Blacksmttiing I am now In my new shop at Sunny dale and prepare to do your horse shoeing and all kinds or repair Work solicit your patronage All work guaranteed J R F JONSSunnydale Ky a J- a tiltMJ t THE PROGRESS 0E- PROHIBITION Over Eight Million People Abolished The Saloon Last Year Elgn million six hundred thousand people abolished the saloon last year Including four entire States Th seven Prohlbhlon States line a popu latlon of over 10000000 while 27000 000 more live In other Prohibition ter- tury mitking about 45 per cent of tht total population of the United State free from the blighting Influence o the saloon Of the thirtyfour Legislatures In session last year twenty passed laws unfavorable to hr liquor traffic while not It Legislature line been In session the IlIesent year that has not had on or more temperance bills before It 1 recent years no legislation favorable to the liquor trllfflc has been enacted Such was the language In which the progress of the temperance movement In the United States was reported to the General Assembly It was shown that the visitors of the opponent of the traffic were not confined to rural districts but such cities as Kan say City Kan Atlantic Ga Blrmhsg- ham Ala and Worchester glass oath with n populatlou of over 100000 Ten other cities of over OOOO twen- 1tWO over 20000 and seventysl between 6000 and 20000 ave banished the saloon The temperance committee reporte- hatt while there was a time when mor Suites than at present had prohtbltory larva more than twice us many l eupl today live under lrOhibitIOfl as any previous time In the history of IhlI Jutted Smles The committee referred to the legal statues of the traffic tiling a decision of the Supreme Court of the United steles to the effect tied no man has any Inherent right to 8ellJ Intoxfcuting liquors at retell and the committee said that some lower courts hnd declared all liquor traffic uncun stltutlonal Church members were warned not only to retrain from the traffic but from every thug which helps to encourage lt The aim of the temperance work was given liS twofold First to keep gentle away from stung drink and second to keep strong drink away flom the people Continuing the cunt mlttee reported The Stingiest Man Gallatin claims to have the stingiest man In Tennessee Unot in the world and u premium Is offered for hrs close flstedness He got married to n home girl to save expenses They walked around the square for n bridal tour He bought her II nickels worth of stick candy for a wedding present and then suggested that they save the can dy for the children M W- Beckhams Last Staggerc The humiliating defeat of former Governor Deckham at Lexington Is ia lessor to all men who play with great 1110ements itS mere tools to further their own ambitious Ifeckhant has received from his patrty as represented by delegates from every section of the State an expression of the opinion they hold as to his sincerity and honesty iu his peso as n reformer The rank and file have It last awakened to the tact that lJeckhal11 leading the armies of tem penance is a joke and have turned in- dlsgttst to welcome the frankly wIcked leadership of the new combine thatIIs now In control Front a Republican stmtdpoln weI I greet the turn events have token withI some satisfaction even while we IecogI- 1lze I that the newly untied Democracy I presentsn problem for snlu lon that la no easy one But there isialways It estate comfort In w hero your enemy Is In knowing thatI lie Is not posing as a saint while planIninag to knife you like n sinnerIHaldlman and Whallc11 are wo wellI tsulJlIshed III Iniquity of the 1011t tical sort w bo taken for any hlngI oleo thou Drmocratlc despfrallolsofI the most dangerous kind They cannot hoodwink the temperance people IntoI thinking that they are prohlbloionlstsI or anttrtleoasts I1S Beckham dillI1Unoy have guile and cunning bu thelrI mohod of dEceit Is pot by hypocrisy bUL by strategy You can meet them un their own ground and fight themI at their own game wltlrout any maud IIn pietism or pretense at pley ItIIs n case of mate Itnd checkmae and let the best man win Louisville HerIald TroublesWhenIs so tfmllling o go and talk to over withI friend or relative Tempting yes wise no For as a rule we are so keen In the I SURE CURE For All Discus o- fSTOMACH LIVER a KIDNEYs IllJltat10n orthe i10ment for flymlArhy that thl teiujJtiition to plain wI II a bIg brush is nlniostdrresistlble And latdtL1Vo11inter probably wo find that there were extenuating circumstances the culprit wait 1I0tSO black is we had fncled and In our penitence we would give n great de- to ho lbletoreearrhe unjust then that we said For rest assured we will always be reminded ut them by the person In whom we confided It we talk over our friends multi eand fallings with other people wo for Colt the right to fine pilaff with them direct And tube on such n tooling wlth the people near to ypu that you wltttstofThere are times when you must speak Williclearwrong If we titnquite truly bo sold about ourselves glflsBbptIf we wAited to be perfect before Ing fault with other people wilt are a perfect either I When we have learned to glue IInd- t take crltlsm with entire good hu mor with malice toward nbno nn charity toward allwe shflll be sever al steps on the way toward being comfortable people to live For bottledup wilhIexceedingly difficult and charity with our neighbors They kuodwebe much better it they could speak out tootIs that in- sometmomellt of Irritation they speak very plainly And we retaliate In youre another sort of way trotting out a grievance of our own to show that certulnl the have no reason to pled fault or Plenty of Trouble caused by stagnation of the liver and bowle6 to get rid of It and headache and biliousness and the poison that brIngs Jaundice take Dr Kings New Life Pills the reliable purifiers that do the work wIthout grinding or griping 25c at all druggists m u The- Louisville TUnesIs the livest afternoon paper publish IJrighteditions every day The regular price The Times Is 5 a Year but you get theJHartford Republican AND TH- ELouisville It Times CBothFOR 500SIX MONTHS 280 IiQ cka aadCiiSforHad DblnIadtgetlca Malaria I t as TRADEMARKSPromptJr oblalA04 la tee wobtaln PATENTS Wnttletaemtaotaeaatrafon-repeeyandi elproutoaoeer send model photo or eketea for FREe report alm ttenublah 10 7eadpracu a SUR yorrraoeldlgsS93S0 sevsnlh atreeWASIaIP1Qrn D rI 5 0004 Reward Iw be paid to any person can find one atom of opium chloral morphine cocaine ether chloroform cuofor chloral hydrate or any of anyIThis applies to goods in original packages unop tamperedwith lous persons are making false statements about these remedies tarAblethe doctors could do me no good i raw Dr Mlles AntlPaln Pills adver used In the Sunday magazine ao I thought I would try a temple I dId wonderfullyIly see to work sol sent to the drugstore and got II box In II couple of hours I was aU rIght It was the first medIcine to do me any good A A ILLIG Pldlalelphla PaG- 362 Tacoma Street Dr Mlles AntlPaln Pills are sold by your will guarantee that the first package will benefit If It falls he will return your 25 doter 25 cents Never soldIo bulk Miles Medical Co Etkhart lad KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew I FOR COUCH pals 1 a AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTIOUBLES GUARANTEED SATISPAOTO OR MONEY BJ1P11NDED MlnuteCeuDhCur FIr CtIIilfy C141s anti d1ujM IRemedy Elys Cream Balm Is quickly absorbed Gives Relief at Once cleanses soothes protectsthe hone resulting atarrh and fromI a Cold ReIstorcsPaste and Smell Full izLO ctstDrugR- ists or hymail In form 7G cents Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York Ohio County Supply Co1ar C1 I Qc rpcrt ccl 9Htrtford Icy b Hardware Machinery and all Kinds 9 b1 of Fanning Implements Ci r bf lWe carry a complete line or Buggies and Surreys When you tsf buy Ii Buggy you do not want to make II mistake In material and bit 4lworkmanship We handle only the best makes and can therefore blM i our vehicles Can make prices to suit all customers y bi4l4tA full line or fence wire Steel and Felt Rooting Myers Deep b bitc44We handle the following well known brands ot Wagons Mitch Dlount and Owensboro Also Deering and Milwaukee = 4tl Harvesting Machinery 4 We sell the best Gasoline Engine ont the market and Corn y bitfi44 call Prices always equitable y rlECJRICBITTERS ass etc bean tonic CtrrMiv Unlcla fer these die Uc G1Iuaat I I 1 e pF3 U icaI fCU1I4RNTTBARNETT SMITH ATTORNEYS AT LAw HARTFORD KY tiii practice their profession In courts or Ohio and adjoining countie-sand Court or Appeals Special attention given to all business gntrusted to their care Collectlone and the Practice or Criminal and Real Estate Law Specialties Office In Republican build Ing FRANK L FELiX Attorney atLawiHARTFORD KY Will practice his profession In Ohio and adjoIning counties And In the Court rrlectlonaCHAS MCROWE LIAWYERHARTFORD Will practice his proreslllon In all the courts or Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court or Appeals Special attention given to criminal practice and to collections Office in old Republican building on Center street JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAZY HARTFORD KY collectionsmakinglic for Ohio county Office north side pUblic square 1 R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY FederalCourt toAlsorfflce oyer Williams Drug Store It LIIEAYIIIN EIINEltrWOQDtyA- lliNEAYRiN WOODWARD G Q te a atsaw r HARTFORD KY Will praellce their profession In andCourten criminal practice and collections Of tIce next door to Dank of Hartford YAN CY L TOSLEY ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD yWillCourts or Ohio and adjoining counties and In the Court or peals Also No NationalDank W nlIARNES s A ANDERson ANDERSONI HARTFORD KY theyhavetice of Law In aU courts State and Federal with offices south side or Main HartfordKtbegivenW u BARNES S A ANDERSON GRADUATE NURSE lUIS SUSiE MAYA graduate of Owensboro City Hos pital has located in HARTFORDA-nd will answer calls at all timest 1phoneJAMES C BENNETT I O liox 125 hetford K- yLICENSED AUCTIONEERWill sell any and all kinds or prop reasonable JOHN BLAIR Buford Ky LICENSED AUCTIONEER propertyble Your patronage solicited a I mOdeIhcepydatd eta IN ALL COUNTRIES g Jr Iiywnaoeedolmedwemu t PntGn Ercluslrely etaWAHINGT A f- S to 1 I 7r i t S s 1Y t S sr I t CONDITION OF KENTUCKY 5 4A6RICULTURAL INDUSTRY fI Reported DyM C Rankin Commls- t stoner ofAgriculturee Labor And Statistics flue early part ot the month was nc companied by a heavy rainfall and was not very promising for farmers but the latter halt has been unusually good for plowing and sowing and farmers and gardeners have taken adUnlago- oCI It Not much corn had been planted until the last ten daft but with the proper preparation Iot the ground on which so much depends for all crops a tine crop will result Blue grass pastures are without ex ception more promising than for many years and where stock has nyt been permitted to graze in large numbers the prospector a large yield ot seed Was never better Farmers are get ling their strippers ready for harvest I lag of the seed which Will commence about June Gth This crop has been harvested too green In many cases and t has produced n poor quality of seed WheM rye and barley show luxuri ant growth and promise a splendid yield We note the appearance of the Army worn In Woodford County which has not been seen before since 1881 and has destroyed the barley and meadows and other vegetation on several farms Several farmers In different sections ot the state who have held their wheat crops are now sulllng them at 100 per bushel There has been a tine yield ot wool and many farm res have poclcd their wool and have sold at n good price The fruit crops In many parts or the state has been damaged greatly by the frosts and the snow or April 29th Cherries peaches and plums have been killed In many places while apples and pears will not bear anything like what was expected The only varle ty that will approach anything like a full crop Is that strawberries Clover and meadows are showing a heavy growth and will produce a large crop of hay and are affording splendid pasturage Not quite a full crop of dark tobac co will be grown this yearundaboutC- O per cent of the Intended crop has already been planted The report from twentysix coun ties In the Durley Tobacco DIstrIct gives one per cent of crop planted t and four per cent or the plant beds sown The counties making this re port are as follows Anderson Bath Boone Bourbon Doyle Bracken Carer roll Clark Fayette Fleming Frank lin Gallatin Grant Harrison Henry Kenton Madison Mercer Montgomery- Nicholas Oldham Owen Pendleton Robertson Scott and Trimble showing that the No Crop sentiment pre valls all over the Burley Tobacco District Gardens and truck patches where planted early are looking well and are furnishing the market with sons of the early varieties Tomatoes and potatoes show a very hicreased acre age but on account of season have been late In planting It Is the opinion of ninny gardeners that potato bugs are worse than over this year They have not confined their operations to potato vines but have e begun on tomato plaints A few years back they never seemed to bother to matoes but they seen to attack oth er vegetation and garden truck than potatoes Hemp Is coming up flue after the rainy weather which has been folloty 1 ed by sunshine of the last two weeks A very Increased acreage of hemp has been planted There Is a scarcity of cattle In Kentucky as well as In the great cat tle producing states of the wet and Is responsible for the high price of beer Corn Is very high and grass fed cattle are not ready far market A do crease In the price will not likely be seen until the grass fed cattle reach the market We advise the holding of cattle until they are well matured and not sell for less than a profitable trice He Got What He Needed Nine years ago It looked as If my time had come says Mr C Farth- Ing of lIUl Creek lnd Tel I was so run down that life hung on h vary slender thread It was then my drug gists recommended Elleetric BItters I bought a bottle an I got what I neelWdstrength I had one foot in tho grave but Electric BItters put isback on the turf agau and Ivebeep welt ever since Sold under guaran tee at all druggists 6 m rFalse Pretense Those who have been using Tariff revision as a false pretense to cover their real desire for FreeTrade do not want the TarlCf made fall and up rt datcTheywantltdesfroyed and JUie bettor the Tanff of 909 btherwiser and sodnderi the revision tbeinre ermalen and b n ficlat 4 itr i schedules Ire to American capltal and American labor the madder they will be It t1OIIIS II mockery for those who want to destroy the Protective Tariff lO talk a solemn sanctlmoni- OUIf WI1 about tho best time for revision when they know perfectly well that all the white they are pre tending to holll prune and spray the tree they are aching for a ehancoto tear itout by the rootsiIdhu1alohIs SlUr Skyscraper Wonders The process of putting long pants on the Giant Cltttle evolution of the sSkyscraperls a costly one Great steel frame stritctures from eighteen to fifty stories are replacing the smal her buildings The lies now numbers over a hundred office buildings more than ten stories high of which olgh teen are over twenty stories In height The roofs or miythe of those buildings are loom than 200 feet above the street fifteen reach tha elevation ot 300 foot while the remainder carry the elevation all the way up o 700 feetThe Giant City New York Juno Natlonnt Magazine At Prayers and a Seat The scramble for setts In the house of common Is regulated hr certain rules nimuber present at prayers has n right to the place lie thou OICU pies until till rllllno or the house Each ululnl StllllllH absolutely judo pendent and by Itself and therefore the litre to n sett secured by attend slice lit prayer lapses at the termlna ties of the silting On the table In a little LaY Is a supply of small white cards with the words At prayers In large old English letters Obtaining one of these cards lIII wrIting his name on It under the words At pray ers the member slips It Into a 10- ceptacle in the bench at the back of the seat and thus secures the place for the night against all cowers IIe may Imnwcllatolr leave the house and remain away as long as ho pleases The place uwy lie occuiliell by another ntenber In the meantime but when ever the master of the seat the gentleman yvhose autograph Is written on the card In the little brass slit re turtis to the chamber the temporary occupant ot the seat must give place to him He Tamed the Princess William the Conqueror when he was only the Duke of ornlallllr had fallen In love with the Princess Mathllde ot Flanders She was proud and haughty and had refused the noble lovers who wore anxious to win her hand The wily Norman studied her character carefully anti when he had mapped out lla plan of campaign rode Into the town one tiny when she at the bead of- a party was going from church lIe sprang from his horse by her side boxed her elilti thirdly pitlied her oil her steed rolled her vigorously In the mud told her that he loved her and rode away The astonished princess was infuriated and swore all kinds of vengeance After her rage cooled down however she said to her father that upon reflection she hind come to the conclusion that tune only farm who could treat rathlltle of Flanders In that wanner should be her husband They were JlJllrrled sly the union turned out to be one of the happiest marriages in the history of royalty The Prophetic Gilt That there are persous today who possess the somewhat uncanny gift of being able to predict future events Is probably true The wife of the late Sir ItIcharll Burton the famous trav eler and linguist not to mention other instances of her weird gift annonne ed the very first time she saw Burton at the tune n perfect stranger whom she hall wet quite casually that heI would lie her husbandatt the pres ent moment too there Is solll to be a man who has manifested sugIn an ox traordinary faculty of predlctTUg things that are about to take place that u number of medical men have purchas ell the reversion of hits brain III order that they may onmlno that organ aCt- or death to see if It shows any special development to account for his won derful glnGranll Magazine A Cane In DefenlC- lIt you want to keep oft holdup men said nil old detective to the ob server carry a cane A llllulI man Is more afraid ot a cane than he Is of n revolver rites deathly afraid that the man carrying It will Jab It In his face or oyes or get the end of Illn his mouth On this account theyre just as much nfrald of u small light stltj as they are of a heavy one are so many IlllIerent ways or using a cane that II man doesut know just which way to guard against It Mad any man can use It Nine men out often who carry revolvers couldnt hit the aide of a burn wt1l then and the holdups know It but It doesnt take any skill or practlcu to learn to slaws bang away With II walking stick Columbus Dispatch 1 The Statue of Liberty I wonder If local mariners appre elate the optical illusion which the statue of Liberty presents to II man nrrhlng lulhls port for the first time Laid the skij per of an East Indian tromp who tt few days before hall entered New York harbor upon his first voyage here I saw the statue be toro 1 got to the Nnrrows and It seQm- cd iui If It were just about where quarantine Is Later the thing seem ed about abeam of tho bill von KJlI- 1t kept getting farther and farther away until I finally wondered whetli- or I Should over bring It abeam I suppose Its great height abeounts for thtANew York Post I f HAD TWO MORE PLATES thCtIleaves behind It the fame or certain heroes In the line or physical prowetp or mental endeavor Ono of these her roes was George newer a tine manly athletic youth the pride or the boxing and fencing masters and the terror or all bullieseIn Dewpys class was a youth of on excellent bout for applied mathematics but so tender of physique that be often suffered from till rough horseplay ot his elders Dewey took the boyunder his protection and tile two became fast frIends They swung their hammocks In the same watch on their graduating cruse and when the ship touched of Liverpool obtained permission to run up to London on a days leave By rigid economy the two hud scraped together a little moro than I apiece and they landed In the English capital ur rayed In spick and span hew uniforms clIand their return tickets when their boyish appetites announced the hour or noonWith the cautious economyor his on cestors the Scotsman suggested a chop house but nothing but the best would suit Dewey and he accordIngly steer eel his chum Into the finest botch he could and The two seated themselves at one ot the tables and scanned the menu with a magnificent all The first item that caught theIr eyes was strawberries and cream and this with Its reminiscence ot home they proceeded to order Now the time was winter and strawberries from the hothotJijPare ex pensive In London so was wonder that the other guests who hall learned the order looked Inquiringly at these specimens of the jeunesse doree of the American nary An Oxford lad who sat next them seemed particularly Impressed and turned his large eyes upon them with awe The strawber rtes were good and all went well until the obsequious walter returned with a bill fort The Scotsman nearly collapsed but Dewey noticed the eyes ot the Oxonian upon him and turning su perbly to the walter ordered two more plates Tine middies left with empty pockets but haughtily gonscious that they had saved the honor of tin American navy AN ANCIENT HIGHWAY Englands Great North Road Is Two ThousandYears Old Before We reached Hatfleld n few miles out of London we hind already been impressed with the tnagultlcencr of this Great North road which is said to hays been built by a Mr Cm Sill whose headquarters were In Rome lit the time It Is the direct mutt from London to Edinburgh and 11115 been traveled for so ninny cennirles that the earliest histories ot EnJlllnd contain accounts of the movement or troops upon It It Is a great thoroughfare for vehicles ot all sorts motor Ists and cyclists and In these modern days there are well worn footpaths along either side for pedestrians WI passed scores of motors and I was told while In England that the popu larity of motoring had noticeably dl mlnlshCtI the number of first class travelers by rail We found the road for Its entire length or 400 tulles In perfect condition In many portions the macadam Is said to be nine feet thick Lang sections or the road are ollld and on no part of It was there any appreciable amount or dust There are few sharp curves and the grades lire so slight that It has become R great thoroughfare for speeders with the result that there are many pollee traps for which one has to watch Wl found that we could stop In almost any little village and Get information as to Just where the traps were locntellas for Instance they told us at Dlgls wade which Is a better looking place than Its naule to look out for traps Just the other side of nuckden and again In approaching WestonFraukP- resbrey In Outing Magazine Sure Enough Hogs Moss the darly cook of a party of surveyors In eastern Texas was greatly annoyed by the razorback hogs that roamed around the camp One evening while ho was at the spring a parlcul- arly ravenous band or these pity woods rooters raided the coot tent and ate up everything that was edible and some things that werent For sev oral moments after his return from the spring Mose could find no words to express his feelings Wllal he finally exclaimed lie good Lawd euhtalnly- know11 Ills business vhenIne nattrd haw hawgsl Der sho Is bawgor- Everybodys Magazin- eCorrespondents rStill Wanted We want a correspondent at each of the following places Rockport- McHenry Taylor Mines Cromwell ArnoldHorso Branch Dundee Rosine and Fordsvllle We furnish stamps and envelopes for mailing purposes and send The Republican without cost Write us If you want to act for UL Do you use an atomizer In treating Nasal Catarrh4 If so you will appreciate Elys Liquid Cream Balm the quickest and sureSt remedy for this disepse In all curative properties It IslndenUcal with the solid Cream Balm which le so famous and so sue cessful overcoming Catarrp Hay Fe ver and cold In the head There 19 relief In the tfrst dashgff splay upon thowasted sensitive alrpassages All druggists 5cylncludllg spraying 1rK w tvr I ++aO ++ +++ ++ ++ +++ +H III +++ I + ++ 1 THE KENTUCKY i LIght aild INCORPORATED Power CO II WILL WIRR YOUR J1OUSR AT COST iI t I IOR+ BE WITHOUT THEM WHEN IN tt REACHF i E G BARRASS Manager i t WHEN n country becomes civilized it dee typewriters When it becomes Iposted on comparative values it demands THE SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITER fThe fact that The Smith Premier Type twriter 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 fine Smith Premier Tgpewritei Col i nonrlxirr tcl f S1 Pine St ST LOUIS MO I Ipmplei makeFACTORYto si middlemen profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturer CUlr- antce behind Do NOT a bicycle ora pair 01 Ures from anyone at prur until you receive our ROY and learn our unheard of factory ss and rtlrkaNllalecial4Bns to rider agents I when receive our beautiful Clulogue and wondtsftdlylowrunthan any other factory We are satisfied with Iroo profit above nanorp cost DIV IIEALEIttl u can sell our bicycles under your own name puts at dOuble our pvices Orden filled the day received SECOND lLNV BICYCLES do not regularly handle second hand bicycles but usually have a number on hand taken In trade by our retail stores These we clear out at prices 810 Descriptive lists BRAKESIlnll wheelsImroj ted roller cbalns and Idall pans repairs and COASTER of alllUDds at half lhr wsual rrfai pricers I I MSELFHEALING77te rZlIla retail prize 0111 Url it- JBJo perpair but fo introduce we will seilyouasampleparlor1801cashwiT order V55 fiG MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES NAILS Tacks or Glass will not let the air out Sixty thousand sold last year Over twO hundred thousand pairs now use Made In alt sizes It Iallvely and easyridtngverydurableandllnedinsidewtt- hseclatn n treadlfiegdeurtomereinponceorhvlce In awholeeeason tanto prevent rIm cutting Thls otherbyadvertllnlpurposv tread Veare maklnn fac ItlULYOtothe rider of only per pair All orderalhlppct1 SlIme day letter Is received We ship G 0 D on approval You ita not a cent until you have examined and round them strictly as represented We allow n cads discount of 5 cent thereby making the price 8465 per pair If you send NULL CII VITII oltnctL and enclose lhia advertsement We will also send one nickel plated brass hand pump Tires to be reWrned at OUR expense If for any reason they are not utlsfaclory on eumln1l1on We are pen reliable and money sent to us as safe as a- bsnk U you order a pair or these tires you will find that they will ride easier run faster wear letter last longer look finer then any the you have ever used or seen nt any price We know that you will be so well pleased that when you want a bicycle will give us your order We want you to send us a trial order at once hence this remarkable tire offer dont buy any kind nt any price until you send for a pair of IF YOU alrrDnrS lledgethom luucturelroof tires on approval and trial at the special Introductory price quoted aboveior for our big Tire and Sundry CAtalogue which describes and quotes aU makes at about half the usual rice- sAO but write usn today VUNOrTIIINIiUnUnNGaWcycle NOT WAIT or a pair of tires from until know the new and wonderful offers we are making It only costs a postal to learn everything Write it NOWs11I I JaL MEAD CYCLE COMPANY CHICAGO ILL tubes or mailed by Ijy BIOS 50 War ran St Now York Demand for Hood Horses Farmers must take to breeding good horses Susln are not only need I edon the farm but It Is easy to raise a good horse which will sell at along priko as It Is to raise a scrub for I wlliclt there is no market The demand Cor horses was never better thn ai present and It Is likely to increase rather than decrease The citiesThesetfl auting centefs and wIth ncrcl1fe In dlstrlbitlon comes lncreaseiln the d3 e 1- tt t nand for heavy dray horses so ox en- slvely used In such dlstributlon ThiS means therefore that the breeding of such horses Is an enttrely safe yoln- turo on the part or those who take I ul- 01lln1olligent lilies Those who engage In it need not be liatssed by fear tlm they are putting their money lno n plant that will soon become useless because of depreciation In tho price of horses The great mistake In rearing horses for dray use lies In the tact that they are too lacking id weight Any number ot horses can be bred which weigh between 1300 and 1 400 pounds and yet Is it the later olass that is wanted Farmers Advocate r WiIl C DlElTIt Ohio County Circuit CourtT F Lirkhead JUdge Lien D IUnga Attorney Oscar Mldldff Jailer Ed G Darrass Clerk Frank LFelix Master CommlsslonerY L Moser Icy Trustee Jury Fund It D Martine Sheriff Hartford DeputlesS Al- Jratcher L P Crowder W CAshley J W Martin Grant Pollard Court convenes first Monday In March and AUGUst and continues three weeks and third Monday In May antI November two weeks County CourtW D Taylor JUdger W S TInsley Clerk E lIL Woodward Attorney Hartford Court convenes first Monday In each month Quarterly CourtDeslns oft the third Monday In January April July and Oc tober TuesdayJay In October Other OftlcersN Moxley Surveyor Nhreve S W Leach Assessor Ri- RoyJamea DeWeeaeSchool Superlntenit ant Hartford Jerome Allen Coronet Jingo JUSTICES COURTS J H Williams Beaver DamMarch U June 23 September 21 December 2t- W P Miller ilgrse DranchlIlarch 26 June 25 September 25 December 26 V S Jean DundelIartl 27 June 26 September 26 December 27- W R Edge FordsvllleMarch 2SJuQe 2 September 27 December 23- B S Chamberlain DedaMarch 2- 9June23 September 28 December 29 Herbert Render CenterlownMarch 31 June 2J September 2J December 3- 1Iohn II Mlles RockportMurch 31 June 3J September 30 December tHARTFORD POLICE COURT R R Wedding Judge J S Otem6City Attorney S II Selbert Marshal Court convenes second Monday In each month RELIGIOUS SERVICES M E Church SothServlccu second Sunday In earth 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 ChurchServices held Satur day night before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every rhrsday evening C P ChurchServices first Sunday In each month at 11 a m und 7 p m Rev Dozarth Pastor Chrlstlon ChurchServices every rourU Sunday at H n m and 7 p m Rev W D Wright Pastor School Trustees IartfordC JlL Crowe J S Glenn W S TlnsleyC M- Darnett City CouncllJ II Williams Mayor C M Crowe Clerk S K Cox Treasurer n E L Simmerman C M Dar nett E E Ulrkhlatl Wayno Griffin Uoolter Williams antI trnest Ellis SECRET OCIJTIES Hartford Lodge No j5 F A Ma sons meets first Monday night In each tThomasKeystone Chapter No 110 meets every thIrd Satrday night In each month nR Riley HIgh Priest Itoscoe Render Secretary Rough River Lodge No 110 Knight of Pythlss meets every Tuesday night n D Walker C C R C Porter K- oC R and S Hartford Tent No 99 K O T M Pbeownord Keeper Sunshine Hive No 42 L O T M Meets first Friday evening and third FrIday afternoon of each month Mrs E E UlrkhlllJ Lady Commander Mrs E B Pendleton Lady Record keep erPreston Morton Post No f O A n holds regular meetings Saturday bob the first Sunday ln each month F1 Porter Commander R A Andersen Mit Ohio TrIbe No 189 Imp Order Red Men meets second and fourth Wednesday nights In each month Isaac Foster Icy Sachem J Ney 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 O M Shultz Secretary CASTORIAFor Infante and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears tho7klaignattua o- fTheSafestand Quick est Way to i Transfer lVloney I I IS IIY I lONG DISTANCE THfPHONE For Rates Apply to Local Mgr B tlmbelIand Tel TellCoi IoroatouATxn throes lending a sketch and description may- quickly ascertain our opinion an Is probably e mmunha- tionstrlctlyconedenl a1 HANDBOOK ou Patents sent tree Ohtell for securing patents Patents taken through Munna Co receive notice without charge In the Scienlific Rmerican A blindomel IIInstrated weekly raraest etreolaUolI or any scientlea Journal Terms Near ai So a by all aswsdealera tNoSSieedmlNew York lraub WSce crill P IL Wublnaton D Co i d P w- Yt tf I- w IIr I AMMOTH RU8 UT SALE1i y r 1I Beginning June 20 Ending June 27 it t ALL EYES THIS WAY t We are going to RUB OUT THE PROFIT by putting prices on all our Summer Clothing Hats Shoes Dress Goods Etc that will make the dollars in your pocket fairly jump We have had a splendid business during the spring season aiid now all lightweight things must get a move on themselves I t 1 I 4 i i to Don i i 1C 1 i r I + foot or their feet They are to do most in their grower for but just wont wear And more the gown does not o thoU as stage attireWhen the was D the j sional coach who has of the production camo with a sug not wear the much gowns I Some of the girls but after ia It was I that that be just the they been sing much about the rand didnt know that there were A isllts up the side of the skirts 4c may be seen r ct the Idea a I t Dress Welli And money When saVe mean self money your spring andsummer Suit yourself the trouble j ing elsewhere for a- more moneysavIng proposition a bet assortment styles patterns a better fit Regular PFICe1RubOut 850 500 1000 675 1250 850 1400 1050 1500 1150 1600 1250 1700 1300 1800 1350 at per in at 8c 4c 5c 5c on at not save AT Chorus Refuses Sug Pittuhurg ParJune PUtsburg rather wining anything charity tights wants appeal tights ulitmantum given Frank Nelson profes charge forward sheath blushed hurried consulalion decided would thing hadnt dlrectolro through which glimpses pretty ankles I save we say we save on save of ter of or Price of directoire Hal sample dresses sent from New York They arrived Wednesday and night were handed jut for Inspection When the girls discovered the slits and the dainty satin trouserettes that They came out hey would not wear the horrid thing Xelson In despair to New York for long shirts and the chore will appear in them June liThe farmers are ell nearly done harvesting their wheat Mrs If II Davis and daughter Miss Irene of Centertown spent a few days here last week visiting relatives A very large crowd attended chil drens day at the Baptist church here last Sunday evening Owen Brown and wife of Hartford visited W A Brown and family from Friday till Tuesday Rev W A Grant and wife of South Carrollton attended childrens day here last Sunday evening Mrs L W Tichenor was the guest of Mrs Scott Everlyat Island last Notice My patrons to Insure placing of Ice in must have the Ice compartment ready when the wagon calls HOOKER WILLIAMS Mgr Hartford Ice Co r v I The Man and His Hat How often they disagree But this is the they willagree Regular Price RubOut Price 100 80cI 150 125 200 250 300 225 Colored Wash Goods Antrim Lawns regular price 6c Rubout price 4c Superior and Aristo Ba tiste regular price lOc Rubout price Fine Dimities and Organdies reg ular price 15c Rubout price 11c Lu cerne Tissue and Organdies regular price 25c Rubout price 20c a i Esby of Car Ky employed in the millinery department of F Ren frow d Cos store for the past three months left for home Mr and Mrs Richard Camp of Hen Dr and Mrs DrII Godsey of Shrove visited the family of Mr II M Kuy kendoll Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Dr W L Lawlace and little grandson Malcolm Jarboe are visiting relatives at Horse Branch Misses Lillian Young and Flora Gist of Owensboro arc visiting Miss Lula C W DeWeese of Horse Branch was here Don Taylors moving picture show was here Wednesday and Thursday night Our people enjoyed it immen sely A large number of relatives und friends with well tilled lunch baskets gathered at the home ofMrs Julia Kir by Thursday to celebrate the nine tieth of the birth ot the venerable old lady Mrs Kirby has been a woman of remarkable vitality having survived an attack of double at the age of eighty two and a violent case of flux about a yeas ago Sho cut several teeth a few months ago Miss Ada Johnson of who has been vIsiting In the county for some time returned home Monday Miu Johnsons father Mr George Ly Jr I 1 Johnson who formerly lived at Sul phur SprIngs in Ohio county has sold his property at Ellzabethtown and will move to Kansas in a short time Mr R Kr Bean of Owensboro visited his parents Mr and Mrs Noble noon at Sulphur Springs the first of the week Misses Anna and Mary Crane of Horse Branch were the guests of the Misses Renfrow Wednesday- Mr Jack Walker was over at Rosine Saturday night and Sunday and Mss Rosa Shreve of Louisville was visiting relatives at Rosine at the same tim- eCard 4 of We wish to thank our many friends and relatives who were so kind and attentive during the recent sickness and death of our husband and father Joseph SPark When such affliction shall befall them may they re ceive a double measure of the they bestowed upon us We return our greatful thanks SARAH A PARK AND CHILDREN v I want to thank the taxpayers of Ohio county for the courtesy they have shown me since I have been their Sheriff Iam noW ready to receive their 1908 tax and will have to col lect under toe same law that I have been under so the sooner boa tetva tax receipt the better It will be forall Yours 47U RoB MARTIN S 0 C tc n have gone through mense shoe stock odds and ends broken lots placing them five lots follows Lot up to 115 Lot No up to 125 Lot No3 to 150 Lot 4 125 wortn up to Lot upto If you only knew the quality of quan and quantity of quality there is in these Shoes you would say the price is little for them + hundred bundles Pound Prints bundle during this sale Also Remnants Percale 5lb bundles tTwobundle hundred yards and Insertion worth Rubout price All Calicoes Hoosier will make special prices Mattings and many other things during this sale No goods charged these prices Call early before these bargains are picked over IIf you have already with Spring and Summer Clothing and other wearing apparel you can money by attending this sale Dont forget the time place INCORPORATEDI Ky THE SOCIETY GIRLS BALK DIRECTOIRES iPittsburgs BillionDollar Costume bitIlIon gestionwhY talkedof Unfortunately readI sevlk 121 your look and and Wednesday 1111mostll telegraphed MATANZAS Tuesday refrigerators time 135 175 Bc TuesdaI daughterI LoyalDr Tuesday anniversary pneumonia Ellzabethtown Thanks consideration Thanks collecting1 tn Thing Shoes June 17The Ice cream suppe- given by M essrs Crawford and Payton Friday night was success there was about two hundred present Sharp few days last week Misses Pauline and Miller Kosmosdale are visiting their grand parents Mr and Mrs William Lyons Mr Vernon Crowder Horse Branch was In town Thursday He will teach the fall school at this place Mr Jesse Byers and daughter Miss May of were the guests of Mrs Jane Payton Mrs J F Allen attended the Kelley Barnes wedding at Beaver Dam Wed nesday Jesse Daniel Is the guest of his patents Mr and Mrs Joe T Dan iel at Owensboro this week Wayne Johnson Owensboro and Al vin Johnson Columbus Indiana attend ed the funeral of their mother Mrs IT F Johnson which was preached Cedar Grove Sunday I Will MoMurtry traveling salesman for Runyan Bros Louisville was in Ola ton Thursday I day D B Payton went to Rosine Satur Messrs Ira Acton and Charlie Ml Vernon and AE White Ingtilcoly Mrs Jewe Byers anI Mrs Martin Nafcora Olaton were th our im andcollected all and in as i No165cworth S5cworth No 200 No5150wotth 300 tity too SPBCIKL BHRC7UNS Five Embroidery ManagerC INARROWS jitw Big 100worthup suppliedyourself OLATON a wasIa Elizabeth l Friedaland Tuesday t IMaster I I Satprday1heSullda Friedaland yyyt4 We the We I guestss of their mothprMrs Jane Pay 1 ondayrMiss Minnie Duncan Yeaman atten ded the Ice cream supper Friday night areIvetting along nicely with their work Notice of Unveiling Monument On Sunday June 28th 1908 the Woodmen i of the World will unveil the monument erected to the memory of Q fir Smith at Union Grove ceme tary near Taffy Ohio Co The Owens ceremonyStateville will deliver the oration Come everybody ami bring a well filled bas ket with something good to eat yoursIJ L HOOVER Evelyn and Harry Become Reconciled New York June GEvelyn Thaw and her husband have become recon cited and will not be separated accord Danrefattitulle whohavebeenope Lain her position as the wife of Harry Thaw Mr 9elliy said Evelyn Thaw I will remain in New York so as to be huseiIt r r 4a